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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 9 April 1879

-- 4 03 Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, April 9, 1879. Xo. 83. Vol. viii. (jg fM TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. TLuic Eastern Elections. Boardiiuin, republican was re elected mayor by 150 majority over the democratic and green Lack candidates, in Calais, Maine. The Council Bluffs, Iowa, election resulted in a draw. The republicans elected marshal and j treasurer,an(l the democrats mayor, recorder, and assessor, and three or four aldermen. The democrats of Sandusky, Ohio, elected Sioane mayor by 000 majority. The school beard, the marshal and commissioners, and probably the sol'citor, are re publicans. The democrats are jubilant over the election. The entire republican ticket was elected in Keokuk, with the exception of one greenback alder man. Two other greenbackeis were elected in wards where the republicans made no nominations. The vote was unusually large. In Hartford, Connecticut, the republicans elect the city auditor and marshal by an average plu rality of over 300, and the demo crats ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 9 April 1879

w -- 1 -d 1 . i in'., glx.c S&S& ,stamxi. ASTOItlA.'OREGON : r. c. ireijAXi....... ....Ertilor. WEDNESDAY Ar j:ii. J). 1S7J) ; UOriGKATlOX. j rpnjircss.-Oregon i A Mighty E'.xoiIiin in outbidding California. Knur and Sin- for I he Wehloot staii'. The Orison Male Itonrd oi Immigration i:i San Fraucfsco. M'onniwroNDKNric okthk astorian. Sax Fraxcisco, April 2. -A dance i at the records of emigration for the i past few months is enough to convince ! even the most unreflecting that there is something radically wrmu with Hi ' ' O " ..v Lvery west-bound train and steam boat was literally loaded down with emigrants. The entire farming com munity seemed to be on the move, or preparing ior mgnt troni the hardships ana misery, ana aesntution now .so. prevalent in the worn-out tax-ridden, and insalubrious Atlantic states. Upon my arrival in San Franciaco, curosit.y prompted me to ascertain j what elforts were beim; put forth by the Pacific slope to secure its due share or tins immense ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 9 April 1879

. -jr r Wfa , -iMk ftp jf..1-r - 3) give guiivj St03CrrXlX. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNtHG, AlHnixy Excepted). l. C. IRKI.AXI) : : rt'BE.IsraEIt. AnLuruLiv JhriMhutf, (7w .:. Terms of Subscription : fconpcd by Carrier, pr week 3i Crt S'JreJ by mail, iwrr month? 08 Seat by mx.il, e yar - i OW Free of Pommee to Subscribers. usr Advertt-etuenis inserted ty the year ju fibu rule ot SI " tnr -ianj ter uHMitk. Transient adverti-sitne. by th day r week, fifty ceor iter snuare fr eneh iiwrUon. T. -IE CITY. Tijk Daily astokiax it it 'Its ffri lt mallei "75 ecttl mrtnlk. free if jxttfage- Ww 3u whn amlrmftl'i'raiHtrnrr frw the effjf r Jmihc Tiik A.vtokia? Mlnw Mtrm. Daily r MfKKKt.Y ediimn In anw fvi-(ificc with -ft irfffwM!f.f rixTwir. tfrtrewe may te: c't0i( ' Mf?f: wirorf. Jjctire anicr at jm i i:f a xxq uxcemext. -The i'Imjk ever offered Is Ham InwerV Jviuhrohlcry. Fns'i o.4rrs in every style and AisH hours at tin- PioiKMM resarjmt. Twelve yards (lihiese ('rassCiolli. :w iwltes wkl'....

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 9 April 1879

pufflpTOTWfit flhwwy g 'iwg1'1-"'' Ixje itil2j sStacfcro. STEAMSHIP LINES. AlISCELLANEOTJS. ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE WRITE HOUSE. i PACIFIC COAST S.S.C0. Mw We As? Seai i. ' -ttfwgprfV&r' 0) W ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE TOE ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. Hish Wafer. Low Wator. Date. A.M. p. x. M. : M. X i 27 10 5". 3 35 J 32 4 10 ::" -11 -I'll -1 J" fi 26 Ti 11 .W 1 5 ."0 - (5 VI 5 0 14 r'Jt 0 4') fi 48 7 (f 4(5 .. 1 2? 74' .. "5 21 K 1 21 2 lit S .' S 01 n l 57 .. :j ioi fl is s 42 10 2 . 4 07! 10 01 fl 2i Jl .' 24-. fi 071 10 .u 10 20 12 4 1 0 11 11 21 POUT OF ASTORIA. VLKARAXCKS A XI) DEPARTURES. SAILKI). a Waif-brU:, 273 tons, J. E. Danny, Master, S. F. April 8 Great Republic s. 3SO0 tons. Carroll S F. April 7 Oreson. s. 2iV) tons. Connor. S F April 6 .Emily StupliPii. sch. 70 tons. Hondorson, fiJiin cruise. April 5 ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Idaho, str. 1077 tons. Alexander, S F2a.m.. April fi Shubrick. U.S. Lipht-houe str-.Kortz. SF April A Rival. bkiW tons. Adams. ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 10 April 1879

CD &33$MBd (i (jgjgjt $ m ry4 jL Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, April 10, 1879. No. 84. Vol. vm. WHOLESALE TRADE. TELEGRAPHIC HEWS. JNHSCELLANEOUS. K:istcrn Sinies. The Cheyennes are on the war path again, in the direction of western Kansas. A bill has been introduced in the Pennsylvania legislature ap- nronriatiiiff 250.000 for relief of the widows and orphans of those killed in the Pittsburg riots of 1877. Senator G rover has re-introduced Mitchell's bill of last session confirming the authority granted by the Oregon legislature to the Portland bridge company to con struct and maintain a bridge across the Wallamet river between Port land and E'ist Portland. Forcijrn Hews. A terrible sporadic fever is raging at Cassa Blanca, Morocco, among both natives and Europeans. Business is at a stand-still. Thirty thousand Durham miners are on a strike. Iron masters have, in many instances, provided extra stocks of fuel. It is believed that the Cleveland dis trict can run a fortnight ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 10 April 1879

tt) glxe ailaj Jstoaiaix. ASTORIA. OKEGON: D. C. XREIAXD Ertltor. THURSDAY April 10. 1ST!) Obituary. Chester H. Hull, one of the brightest, ivlt.t.mif . mnsf. rrirrinil ..v-j . -, ....,., w. ,.... gentlemen who ever held a pen, died suddenly in. San Francis co on the 31st. Hull had a gen erous heart, was open - handed iis the day, and had a horror of anything unprincipled or mean. As a concoctor of gigantic and plausible stories he had become well known throughout the United States, and he never appeared happier or more pleased than, when thousands of readers were biting at some of his hoaxes. There were dark days in his life, however, and Hull's jokes have often set the state to laughing while he himself was in daily misery. Poor fellow ! He was one who had not an enemy in the world, save only himself. The Sacramento Bee says : " As a general newspaper writer, Mr. Hull showed a fine sense of hu mor, keen wit and superior bril liancy. He was a good and useful journalist, as well as ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 10 April 1879

i fintfy ' & ptc gttaixj stxrcxmx, ASTOIUA GIlEOX ISSUED EVERT MORNING, Monday Excepted!. D. C. IKELilXD : : Pl'ZSXjESZrER. A dorian lhtihlhiq, (loos Sired. Terms Tf Subscription : fcorvcfl by Onmcr, per n-oefc .25 Cont5 Bjnt by mail. limr months..... .5 M Sunt ly mail, .e year D Otf Froe f I'ouise i.bcribcri. tt"Ai'yrUcicents inserted by thu year at tnc rate uf SI "' pcriiiHrc ;tr month. Transient .nlrertiim-, bv the day or vreek. fiFtjr cem jor yasarcfrr each insertion. THE 'CITY. Tun Daily astmkian will hr. scni ; iniii " at c Mi a mmtfJ. free of jxHtfayc. licna : who mitt mjtiolcahcncr from the cllu can have The Astokia? follow Utm. Daily or Wrkkly CAiUioM Untwi jwnt-ttficc with i (w'tUlional th-jw. AtUtrcm-e may Ik znaHued ax often a desired. Is-ave ordor at 0- ctiutUva room. Steamer day. Peach trees are iu blossom. The.teainhii Idaho os to sea. 1 fC'iiemUcr 31 r&. Arrijjoiii's sale to ri uy. Green garden suss is abundant in the market now. Srhmeer's confectionery is un...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 10 April 1879

PU '& QlXilQ &&8X$&TU STEAMSHIP LINES. ASTORIA OitEGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. Hish Water. Date. A- M. P.M. Low Wator. . M. p. x. H ,.. ii -.7 10 hr.t v, TA 4 :i 4 10 :S -11 401 4 1") f 2fi f 11 :X 1 o 50 - G 12 fi .. 0 14. 0 841 6 41 fi 4S t 0 40 - 1 2.")! .... 7 44 .. 7 21 31 1 20 2 irM 8 3 8 01 9 1 57 :? 101 11 10 8 42 10 2 :W 4 07! 10 OB !) 2 11 .. 3 24 & 07! 10 57 10 20 12 4 li 0 13 11 51 11 24 PAG1FIC COAST S.S.C0. MISCELLANEOUS. TQGKI Portland to San Francisco. REDUCED RATES. Carrying1 tlio V. S. Mails and Wells, JPaCo fc t'o'.s Express. PORT OE ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AM) DEPARTURES. SAILED. fi-a Waif, brie, 273 tons, J. E. Benny, Master. S. F. April 8 Groat Ituublic . 3S00 tons. Carroll S F. April 7 Oregon. s. 2ir0 tons. Connor. S F April fi mily Stephens, soli. 70 tons. Hoador&on, fishing cruibe. April h T -- h ste: mSsua THE PACIFIC COAST unshin Coiunnny will natch their last and fa- orite STEAMSHIP IDAHO, 10"...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 11 April 1879

0) tartan Vol. viii. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, April 11, 1879. ffo. 85. .Wfg TELEGRAPHIC NEVS. Affairs in Alaska. H. M. S. Ssproy arrived afc Vic toria on the 9th from Ataska. She -was relieved on the 3d instant by the steamship Alaska, the Osprey Hailing the same evening for this station. All is quiet. A special correspondent of the Colonist on board of the Osprey epitomizes events as follows : With the exception of one night, the Indians have been quiet. The night I allude to was that of the 29th ult., when a boat from the Oliver Wolcott came alongside at about 9:30 o'clock, with a letter from Colonel Ball, the collector, to our captain, asking for some rock ets for signal purposes, and re questing that arms and men might land in case of a certain signal bain? shown from the custom house. ize captain accordingly had the rockets sent, and held our selves in readiness for landing, which, during the early part of the night, rather expected and all of us hoped for, I think. We ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 11 April 1879

w J glte Sails QslzxluK. ASTOKIA. OREGON: t. C. IRELAND Editor. "FRIDAY April 11.1871) The Earth's Independence or the Sun. Professor Pierce, of Harvard col lege, in a lecture in Boston last week, set forth some facts of inter est in regard to the earth's inde j)endence of the sun's heat, "which may be consoling to persons mIio "accept the theory that the center of our solar system may lose its warmth. Could the organisms up on the earth withstand any great decrease of the sun's heat ? To reply to this question he said we must remember that the earth's surface depends for its tempera ture not merely upon the heat which it receives, but also upon that which it is constantly radiat ing. With a, small reduction of the actual temperature vegetable organisms become less active, less carbonic acid is removed from the atmosphere, and it is wondered Jiow a small addition to the car bonic acid of the atmosphere in creases its power of obstructing the passage of low forms of heat, and so dimi...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 11 April 1879

?'jru .vyiwgvr - n?im$t&Tf5$t C3J -1 glue )'a33 stocamx, ASTORIA ...OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING. '.Monday Excepted). D. C. ZEEI.AXR : : frXSZE.SE!i:K. .vforw Jluihlittfiy Gtt Street. Terms 0 Subscription : fcervod by Oarrior, jr wcofc ...25 Coat? Sont by mail, fonr inonttis ?J 0 Sont hy imsH, ute year ft fro of !t3 t .ulcribcrs. rt3 Auvcrticmen& inserted by tfc yaar at Iho rate of $1 "' tr square par month. Transient nuvcrtiMiMj, Uythe day r vrook, fifty cent ier square for each inrtio. THE CITY. Till! TXTLV AsTOKIAN lefJZ 7J mr.1 hji i&wilii'zt at a month, frc f jtwt&oc. Jierm r vihi) ttrinitaV ' W'' from the cUn rati hare Tick AsroniAir fUw them. Dati.v r Wkkki.y AiU.tn toanvjtotl-vpk'cit'fth- wti (wnitfomiJ ''rjyewic. Adtirce nwy Ik cfntMrt tin ofUti ax tt&iretl. Jjoave tinier at th? smntiw ranm. Mr. a. tfie JSMer. Y. Hume "is home again, by lias ThcBoaidof Deleiaties mcelinj been posfiMtned. We shall take trout from Lewis awl Clarke inVspiiaweek. The B'mita a...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 11 April 1879

co gtxje gailjj JMforsfcm. STEAMSHIP LINES. MISCELLANEOUS. ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE WHITE HOUSE. PACIFIC COAST S.S.C0. mw sw ASTOBIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of lulled States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Date. A. M. P.M. .y p. 11. 10.. 13.. 24.. 15.. 16.. 17.. IK.. 19.. ..- 2 30 -1 07J 10 0i... .... 3 24 5 071 iO ."7.. . 4 1! fi 131 11 53.. .... 5 2fi 7 17! .... o :rr s isi o .r.. . 7 41 0 15 ... l -.. . 8 45 ic o;i , 3 on.. . 9 !(5 10 51' A 0 5.. 10 4". 1L 2l 5 UL. . 9 36 . 10 20 . II 24 0 55 ...... 1 .kS 2 55 . 3 47 4 :fi O 16 -ll 38 11 51 (J i 5 52 PORT OP ASTORIA. CLRARAbCES J.D DEPARTURES. saimcd. 8e& Waif. brig, 273 toss J. E. Denny, Master. S. F. April 8 Great Rejmblic as. 3S00 tons. Carroll S F. April 7 Oregon, ss. 22MI tons. Connor. S F April 6 Emily Stephen's, sch. 70 tons. Henderson, fishing cruise, April 5 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. Idaho. 8tr, 1077 tons. Alexander. S F2a.m..AprilG Bhubrick. U.S. Light-house stn.Kortr. bF April 5 Rival. bk'iO'i tons. Adm...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 April 1879

CI J fWli i inii Llill e JMk, JLJJ Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, April 12, 1879. No. 86. Vol. vin. WHOLESALE TRADE. MISCELLANEOUS. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Ifcisterii Stales. Boston, April 10. The house has rejected a bill to secure te: women the right to vote on muni-' rjpal anairs in cities ana towns. A bill to give women the right to vote for members of school com mittees was passed. New Orleans, April 10th. Twenty days quarantine will be es tablished on May 1st against all vessels touching at the West In dies, the Gulf of Mexico south of Texas, or South American ports as far as Buenos Ay res. Washington, April 10th. Chief Moses and other Oregon In dians are now here. They visited the commissioner of Indian affairs this morning and had an informal interview. Moses declared him self a friend of the whites. New York, April 10th. A Washington special says that the state department has received ad vices from Samoa that an Ameri can citizen has been tendered the position of head of the ...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 April 1879

fz Site Hailij stacfam. ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C, IREJjAXD Ertltor. SATURDAY April 12. 187U Iiife in Arkansaw. Three young white men "went on a spree in Pulaski, county, Ark., and for days disturbed people by their antics. At length they brought their folly to a climax by taking an aged and inoffensive ne rro into the woods and comellinr him to hold apples on his head for them to shoot off. A badly-aimed bullet soon want into his arm, and he begged them to stop the mur derous sport; but they only biughed at his fright, and before long he was wounded in his leg, bringing him to the ground. Then he angrily cursed them, and they retaliated by emptying their re Tolvers into his body. The leader in this outrage was a friendless loafer, and there was no delay or difficulty in sending him to state prison. The other two, however, had money and influence with which to defeat justice. One was sentenced to a year's imprison ment, but has obtained an order for a new trial, is at large on bail, and...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 April 1879

(3) glxs gvxiltj st0jcimx. ASTORIA OltEGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, (Monday Excepted). E. C. EREEjAXD : : PUBLISHER. Axturian JjuUdiiu Cass Street. Terms of Subscription : berved by Carrier, per week ..25 Cent? Sent by mail, tour months . ...stt 00 Sent hy uiail, cno year .- 1) 00 Free of Poswico to Sub?sribors. CS Advertisements inserted by the year at the rate of Si 50 nor square per month. Transient adverti'sin?, by the day or week, fifty cents per sauare for cuch insertion. THE CITY. Tun T)ati;v ast'Uuax iWU he atrJ. by miiiloi7rrcni. a month, frccof jioxtarjc. Rean ts iphnmnttmplalcaUiriicc from the cltu can have TitK ASTOKiAr follow them. Dailv or Wkkkia' editions to any wl-ofice wilh itl additional rpcn-sc. Addrcsc may he vwnutd ax ofUv ns nwfrai. Tmivc orders at Mm counting room. All is quiet in the Police Court. - m Do not be alarmed; there va1 be a 5re alarm to-day- -Capt Thatcher has returned to the r on nis own nooK. rity The "Rejuildic arrived at San Fnvn visco fifty-one h...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 12 April 1879

00 A '& g&xXyj gusicrcftm. ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE EOR ASTORIA. From tables of United Stated Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Dnto. a. M. r. m. . m. r. M. 10 2 :K1 1 07 j 10 0.1 0 2'". ll 3 24 S 07! 10 o7 10 20 12 .- 4 11?. fi Wl ll .?J ll 24 j: 5 2fi 7 17! , 0 55 31 0 37 .. K 181 0 ?5 1 SS In 7 41 ! lot 1 4 2 .V, in 8 45 10 0 !.... , 8 00 3 47 17 9 4ti. .......10 51' 4 05 4 .T 15 -10 4i 11 22 5 i4 5 18 jn U 38 11 oil ,.. Q 51 5 i PORT OF ASTORIA. VLKARASCKS ASD DEPARTURES. f taho. ntr, 1077 tons. Alexander. S F April 10. ReR Waif, brig, Tt'i tons, J. E. Denny, Master, S. F. April 8 Great Republic ss. 3SQ0 tons. Carroll S F. April 7 tJrppon. ss. 2250 tons. Condor, S F April 6 Cmilv Stephen's, sch. 70 tons. Henderson, flhinj; cruise. April 5 ARRIVALS FROM SEA. G20 W. Elder Ko9 tons Boles. 8. Y April 11 Shubrick. U.S. Lipht-house str..Knrtz. SF April 5 Rival. Tk2W tons. Adnmt, S. F. March 31 Orient, brig 312 tons. Williams, S. F. March 30 Honora, sch. 75 tons. Thronien.T...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 13 April 1879

7- WW' fjf CO Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, April 13, 1879. No. 87. "Vol. viil l ij'vJvl'M'll' I Advice to Boys. "Whatever you are, be brave hoys; TSie liar's a coward and slave boys; Though clever at ruses, And sharp at excuses, lie's a sneaking and pitiful knave.boys. nriiiiiwpr win are. be frank- bews: 'Tis better than money and rank, beys: Still cleae to the right; 15e lovers of light; He open, above-board and frank, boys. "Whatever you are. be kind, boys; IJe gentle in niannner and mind, boys. The man gentle in mien, Words and temper, 1 ween. Xs the gentleman truly refined, boys. lint, whatever vou are he Imc boys Be visible tinougli a. id throtjih, boys; Jave to others the shamming, 2 he '-greening" and "cramming;" Tr fun and in earnest be true, boys. Ful power in such matters. Yery many things in this world will be easily got over by judiciously "letting them dry." Books and stationery of svery variety, the best, at Adler's. - -To make rom for a large invoice of baby carri...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 13 April 1879

w HXULJL.JUJJLJ.JI-jW Hlll W'WI jyaKW'"?'"1 i i f rfinrTJiTTJ' ,. glxe D&ilxj stariau. ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C. IREL.AXI Eikitor. SUNDAY April 13. 1879 Novel Railroading The Northern Pacific railroad compan until within a few days nncf. ha.vPt ViJi.fi ji. t.rjmlr Inul nn frlif ; . r. . ice across the -Missouri river at Bismark, over which heavy trains passed. There was some risk in this sort of enterprise, as will be seen by the following from a St. Louis journal : The trains had been runninir through water and Uoating ice two or three feet deep. Hie cab of the last locomotive to cross was nooaea, anu the engine tipped to one side, but by Btrange good luck the crossing was safely made. A train of twenty cars dashing through a river was an unpre- j night with him. The stranger was a cedented sight Chief Engineer llos-1 real nice fcll and hc seemed to ser, who has charge of the road, was ',,., . , . - T , , determined to get all the iron for the , think a St deal of Joel on short fi...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 13 April 1879

PJ 7glxz gmirj sftaxtou. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Excepted i. D. C. IKCLAM) : : PUBLISHER. Astorian BuihUiiq Cass street. Terms of Subscription : berved by Carrier, por week .25 Cents Sent by mail, four months......... ?' 00 Sent by mail, cno year . 5) 00 f reo of Postage to Subscribers. 2"P Advertisements inserted by the year at Iho rate of SI )U per square per month. Transient advertising, by the day or week, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. Thk Daily astoktan will he sent by rnttilatlo cents a month, free of postage, licaa- j trs who contemplate absence from the city can hai'e The Astokian follow them, Daily or Weekly editions to any post-office with id atiditional "xpensc. Addresses-may he maimed ax often as desired. Leave ardors at the counting room. -Easter Sunday. What's the use of Sunday unless il rams ? as usual. Exactly the day for an eggsagger rited enjoyment of eggs. Capt P. E. Ferchen has our thanks ior late Portland papers. The Cy...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 13 April 1879

t - &jMFsFi S-' CM1 T&z gails QsXzxxmx. ASTOKIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. Date. A.M. p. v. K. M. P. !. 10.. 11.. 2.. W.. 14.. in.. 1C. 17.. 18.. 39.. ... 2 39 4 07 10 03 9 2fi ... 3 24 f 071 10 57 10 20 ... 4 19 0 13! 11 53 11 24 ... 5 2fi 7 171 0 3S ... 6 37 8 181 0 35 1 58 ... 7 41 i) 131 1 -HI .. 2 35 ... 8 45 10 071 CO 3 47 9 46 .10 oil 4 0 5 4 35 -10 45 11 22 5 04 5 IS ..11 .'IS .11 311 0 53 . 5 52 POET OF ASTOH1A. CLEARANCES AA'D DEPARTURES. CLEARED. TJorrientee. Br. "bk. 553 tone, Jones. Liverpool. April 12. 8cawfcll. Br bk, 4S9 tons. Evans. Liverpool, Apr 12 SAILKD. Alpha, sell. 23 tons. Starr, Tillamook, April 12 Orient, brie 312 tons. Williams. S. F. April 11 Ha Waif, brig, 273 tons, J. E. Denny, Master, S. F. April 11 Idaho, str. 1077 tons. Alexander. S F April 10. Great Republic hs. 3SO0 tons. Carroll S F. April 7 tree:on. ss. 2250 tons. Connor. S F April Kmily Stephen1, sell. 70 tons. Henders...

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