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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 26 April 1879

PJ rmmrssmiKV ; t ajau'i iwr t- Vol. viii. Astoria, OrogOD, Saturday Morning, April 26,- 1879. No. 98. 1. - I. ! Ui its fi JL ei g m 151 Ri III -,, . If ? "T 1 TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. A large purt of the vilbige of Cos oob, Cmn., where Edwin Booth re bides, ias burned Tuesday night. The interior department entirely discredits the story of Salnskin, the Indian prisoner, relative to the alleged trechery of Moses last summer. The department has ample evidence from civil and military officers of the incor ctness of the statement. Doubtful. Mark Cray, who attempted fo shoot Edwin Booth in Chicago, was before the court on the 23d. on a charge of attempt to kill. After identification and a briff recital of the facts by Mr.. Booiih, Gray plead d guilty. The magistrate remarked, "It is lucky the -charge is not murder." Gray replied, "I wish it was." Bail was fixed at .$20,000. liU'SSEc Coast Ii.p:etIics. Chung Ah Chue has been arretted an a charge of having stolen 2,200 in gold notes from Dr. Gran...

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. — 26 April 1879

c) Jfc. JSM1UW.TJ3.. M'ri.-tll'J.IlJ.'::.L'qf.A jyftnqf gfts S&iftJ Qstoxtovu ASTORIA. OREGON I. C. IRELAXD Ertitor. SATURDAY ...AFKIL. 2C18T9 Odd Fellowship. The Order to Appear in Regalia in Astoria To-day- Literary and Musical Exercises. The sixtieth anniversary of Odd Fellowship in America will be celebra ted to-day wherever the flag of the Three-Links float in this union, by some sort of ceremonial, in many instances grand and imposing. Beaver Lodge No. 35, which now numbers a membership of nearly one hundred, will suitably observe the day The fraternity will meet at the hall at ten o'clock a. m. sharp, and after the services laid down by th National Lodge will form in proces sion, preceded by the Astoria Brass 23anct, .and after marching through the principal streets will halt at Metro politan hall, where an oration will be delivered by Rev. J. T. Wolfe, and where a choir of ladies and gentlemen will entirta;n the public in a credit able manner. All sojourners of the Order...

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. — 26 April 1879

.-. V rrffWmgw C3J glxc jDrms stx3fri"4ix, ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, .Monduy axcoiitcd.. I. C. IKKKA.D : : IlIia.IS5rEIt. A&tormn IjiiUdiuq, ?. street. Terms of Subscription ; borved by Carrier, nor week ..IM Cent- Sent by mail, mur months ? ')( Sontby mail, me year. 'J On free of !'otnyo to ."ubcribors. ' Advertisomonts inserted by tbuycar at the rate of SI pit iu:ire per month. Transient adverti-ime, by the day or weok, fifty costs per ;-unro for each insertion. THE CITY. The Daily astokian will he evt hy mail at" cent a month, tree of jvistatjc. Iieaa vrx who contemplate alienee fnnn the citu can imve Tun AsYokian' follow them. I)ail or Wbkkly aiitionti to anu v,t-o$ce with out aa'dUional vcc. Adareo man he enantfea a often as ocsircd. Leave oracrs at the countina room. The the mil. Hera arrived at Honolulu on Religious services will be held the Baptist Hinrch this evening. m The Ancon arrived at San Fran cisco on the 2.d, fifty-six hours from Astoria. "Mr. Wesley ...

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. — 26 April 1879

CO STEAMSHIP LINES. MISCELLANEOUS. ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Cast Survey. Iiich Water. Low Water. Date. A. M. p. M. . M. v. v. 24 1 !3 2 :&... 25 .. 2 1S ;; -!'.. . 2C 2 51 4 Hl... 27 3 :tf .. ."i I'OI..., . ! It. 8 2 . !l Si .. Jl )."i .10 31 J 4 .11 It 10 4? 28. 4 30 I. 17 11 fill 11 44 5 29 7 071 0 41 29... 30 C 34.. 7 Siis: 0 41 I 35 1 7 4$ 8 471 1 47 2 ill 3 8 51 !) 40 3 1Q 11 10 151 2 S3 3 21 4 OS 4 U5 PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES A. XI) DEPARTURES. SMLKD. Oregon, ss. 22R0 tons. Connor. S F April 23 Ancun. str. 16)0 tons. Debney. S. K April 21 Rival. bk'i'Ki tons.. Aduras. S V. April 17. tJcawfe!!. Br bk. 4S9 tonb. Evans. Liverpool. Apr 17 Oorriontes. Br. lk. 5!j8 tons, Jones. Liverpool April 14. Aloha, sen. 23 tons. Starr. Tillamook. April 12 Orient, brip 312 tons. Williams. S. F. April 11 Bea Waif, oris, 273 tons. J. II. Danny, Maxtor. S. F. April 11 ARRIVALS FROM SKA. Melancthon. bkt. 2.0S tons Mjnson S F April 21 Trustee, ner sc...

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. — 27 April 1879

p. CO t-JtM-nLV-mmmm .. .i.-t .., 'itJ'j".HWi . w .; ;j' n . .-- li- mm ,WIHJL,'wriHt- 1 L'.'V ,.V.-.IWL. Aft . .T V"" r. TffTm -a xfefA JIMIwV 4'M' r? n Vol. vin. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, April 27, 1879. 2To. 99. iU.UTEJ2?3S 'r.r -Jti: 3XBE fid 1 51 ""' tw"l Im jrTl k? 31 11 bjp - -!ZlrJWA J-lfr Odd Fellowship. Following is the oration delivered i by Rev, .7. T. Wolfe, at Metropolitan j Stall in this city yesterday; llreikcr Odd FdUm, ViV and G'tUlemeH: j eidebrate the (nth uuiiivt t 1 V' I ft T.-i IJ1HI M lJI, IIIII IIIIIm -w sarv of the iji-' traduction (,f Odd Fellowship on this i...,.,.m.!m....M;,mnrknc..i.Wnri Odd Fellowship if we cannot Ik- of one ! "ginning, with hut few members has head and oxc mind, we can at least i gowned itslf with unfading laurels by vootiy examine its claims to public con- j p'"1 works gathered strength and niiil iidettec'ind Hor tiplied, nntil now. no adequate csii m ale The moiives c maocU'd with the occa-l "J" !): ,1Mal( ?f .'.ls ""'""fT on...

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. — 27 April 1879

-- W 7IE39B3EZS .JltHIKg fyy. H'lW)lfl aaaiuK i j"i i ,.'iri .HLjL.-aeg: - j ;- ffte gmla stovjuro. j ASTORIA. OREGON: I. C. IKCLA.VI) EuiUir. SUNDAY A phil 27. 1.S79 Steamship Matters. We are not at liberty to pub lish private dispatches, nor would we abuse coniiJjncj noosed in us ! j to that extent, concerning ih" n-' gotiations and ajrre Clients of tho-c ' concerned in the San Francisco, . Astoria and Portlaiv.l fines, but! this much we are privileged to say I that it is very doubtful if there will be ainr more opposition. And on this point we may say that we shall not feel any deep regrets: for various reasons, chief of which is that ruinously low rates are not of benefit to the State, nor to the owners of the vessels. Mr. Cornwall has no doubt purchased the steamship Knickerbocker, and this new steamship State of C ili fornia will be here soon; but all will share alike, should Mr. Corn wall put the Knickerbocker on, and freights and fares will very likely be as follews: First C...

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. — 27 April 1879

3J ijr:.w?r: .-i i, htm. :rti,txm ASTOUIA OHEdOX ISSUED SV3&1 MOENIu, .tonl:i. r.xceetod-. D. (. ISES.A. : : CS IM.ISIIKU. -4..sr;a ijvUtiiuu. . trnst. Terms ot Subscription . served by Onrnar, p wook .:!" Confe Sent, by mail, tour month? . 5 W Sont hv mail, uie year J' "reo of !oiaso to subscribers. CfST.-dverticioni inserted by "the year at the rate of $1 "Vi per uiarc per month, f Transient iidvertHni:. by the day or week. ! fifty cent? per stniurcfor each insertion. THE CITY. Tur. Daily astmiman will hi; t mailotl'tOMts a month, trrroi itostaac. lean er. wlia raiti ni))lit a I turner fmm the cilji can hare Tiik Astokian mhiv ihvm. Daily vr Wkkkly ctUtinnx to auu imxt-njlicc with out aiuliiinual 'ximiuic. Aiorcssv man tic ehamjed at often ax . rvi. heart u'iertt at Vie outitisM room. The Oregon arrived at .San Francisco forty-one iimir.- from Columbia river. The Idaho will .cai on lie r return trip on Tiit's.lay. .lw ioi4ht seventy five tons of eartfo for Astoria. The Annie (...

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. — 27 April 1879

i s ; PO .mmimm- . m .j ." n .---. T--J-. "'- " " I'f.'.nvii.m'twyn . . i !,. !X3jaLgLKJ'..tJ be gnilij teaxmau STEAMSHIP LINES. MISCELLANEOUS. ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE WHITE HOUSE a .t! ASTORI V OREGON TIDE TABLE FOlt ASTORIA. From tables of United States Cost Survey. High Water. Low ttiur. Onto. 24 1 tt 2 .S SI 1 J 8 27 er - 2 IS 3 I II -Vi til 20 2 ."il 4 1' 10 -.l U I 27 :i 3X ") M II 1 1 10 42 26 -i 30 5 IT II 8"J II 41 1'9 h 2) .. 7 ft71 0 4" 50 (; .-.I 7 r,n 0 n 1 ar t 7 4 S 471 1 47 2 511 2 s r j) w 2 re: :s 21 3 10 11 1 IS! 4 OS 4 2T PORT OF ASTORIA. CLKA IIA A Ch'.S .1 .A ; DKl'A nrrtKs. SIMC!. Oregon. s. 22-Mi tons. Connor. S F April 2 Anoon. str IfilO tons. Deimuy. S. V April St Kival. hk'JW tons. AcIhih. S. j'. April 17. Scawfel'. Hr lik. 4SH toil. Ilvans. Liverpool. Ajr I" r(JorrM"ms. Br. Tk. -r-S3 ton. JHt?. Lirerwl April 14. Alnlia. m:1i. 2 tons. Starr. TlHawook. April 13 Orient brij: 312 tons. Williams. S. V. Airil 11 'Sea Vif bris, 278 tons .1. K. Dshhy. MasHer. S. F. A...

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. — 29 April 1879

0) IHttfltt Uvmn Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Morning, April 29, 1879. Vol. vin. No. 100. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Chas Bunt tf Petaluma, suicided seriously -and deliberately in "Victoria on Saturday. An infatuated lover, Billy the Bootblack, tilled the employer of his dulcina in Sa.ii Francisco on Saturday. A 5,000 tire in S.ileni was the work G an incendiary, Saturday night. Destroyed Cahns stables, etc. -John JRanken has been arrested. 12:is(crii States. A couple of congressmen arc about o spill some blood. Lowe and Logan. ILowe declares that Logan must retract light, or be publicly chastised. Heavy rains throughout Texas have caused streams to overflow. Railroads are washed out and traffic-entirely sus pended. At Houston the water rose eighteen feet in three hours and car ried away all railroad bridges and warehouses along the banks of Buf falo bayou. Foreign Scw.s. The British squadron on the Pactnc station has been ordered to cruise tiff the coast of Peru. The president of Bolivia has an...

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. — 29 April 1879

CO !&C SilD IfKSiBV&nVU AST( RIA. OREGON: . C. IRELA!F1 a Emtor. 1'UESDAY Arm i, -JH. is7!l John Sheridan Policed. If John Sheridan had been the possessor of i fiddle, a corn-cob pipe, or a sack of quartz specimens, he was, perhaps, among those who pre ferred saving his own collaterals to that of aiding helpless women or children, at the rescue of passen gers from the ill-fated steamship Great Republic on the 19 th. It is a waste of words to reply to his playful dis course in yesterday's Oregonian, one sentence of which reads as follews: "AS regards all other dispatches si ting forth the liberality of the citizens of Astoria in th rowing open hotels, resi dences, etc.. it is a wicked lie, made to suit the whims of its citizens, the ma jority of whom live upon fishing, ship wrecks and plunder, as as an occupa tion." For the benefit of the Oregonian Ave may say that Mr. "John Sheridan, steerage passenger," is a base ingrate, and his words a malicious slander of "a majority" of...

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. — 29 April 1879

3 yglxt gaiitj zkslvxiuu. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Excepted i. D. C. IltEI.AXn : : ITBLISIIEK. Astonan BuVdhuj, Caxs street. Terms of Subscription : berved by Carrier, per week .25 Cent? Sent by mail, four months ..s-i 00 Sent by mail, cne year. - .'-.. t 0U freo of I'usiaso to .Mibscribors. 2T Advertisement inserted by the year atlIUWf ",,,rt "rin m uic luuii-v, unci- the rate of SI 50 per pqnare per month. Transient adverti.inc, by the day or week, Cfty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. Tun Datly astouia.v will he sent bu mail atlZ cent. a month, frccaf postage. Rean rs who contemplate ahxence from the citu can have Thk Astokian follow them. Dailv or Wekkly editions to any post-office with out otiditional expense. Addressee may he cnanyed a. often as aesircd. Leave order at the cnxintino room. Steamer day. Idaho sails for Frisco. Salmon are increasing. Seining good at Stevens. The Coos Argus is a lively, newsy paper, just started at Empire City. Mes...

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. — 29 April 1879

00 STEAMSHIP LINES. MISCELLANEOUS. w su& ASTORfA OKEGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. Prom tables of United States Coast Survey. PAC1F1CC0ASTS,S.C0. Portland to San Francisco. Date. High Water. p. M. A.M. Low Water. . v.. v. 24 1 43 .. 2 iSI ! li 27 25 2 18 8 4 51 0 ."S ! Hi 2(1 '1 o4 4 :' 0 SI i 4 27 ,.w 3 $ 5 -T,! I'. 10 41 28 4 3fl....t.... (i 7 ....11 3)....J1 44 29 .. fl 2 .. 7 l . "v 0 4 30 .va- tt 31 7 IW ! 0 4 . I M 1 7 43 8 471 1 47...... 2 '-". 2 8 54 ! 40 2 .V.......... 3 2t 3 -.10 11 10 l."i 4 OS....... 4 2T PORT OF ASTOttlV CLICA RA .XCKS A A J) UKVA RWRKS. stt.tin. "Brecon. sb. 2250 tons. Coriftor. S F April 23 Ancon. str. IfilOtons. ftelmcy. S. F April 21 Rival, bk'ito tons. Adams. S. K. April 17. SC&wfeU. Br bk. 4S5J tons. Evans. Liverpool. Apr 17 Oorrientes. Rr. bk S3 tons. Jones. Liverpool April 14. AlDtaa. sch. 28 tons. Starr. Tillamook. April 12 Orient, brie 312 tons. William. S. F. April 11 Uea Waif brig, 273 tons. J. E. Denny. Master. S. F. April 11 All RIVAL...

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. — 30 April 1879

DJ 1 &&m (I riyJiJiM'llr Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, April 30, 18 79. Vol. viii. No. 102. TELEGRAPHIC REWS. K-.is.tcni Slates. 55m, Howlish Wampoo, Mose3 and other Indians, are coining home, per chance to fiht. They are in charge of JIujor Gornoyer, Mr. Cornoyer stated the chiefs were well satisfied with the result of their visit to Washington. Moses had got a tract of lauid or reservation set aside for him and liis people, and for all those Tribes who wish to join him. The res ervation is located on the Columbia river. Twelve tribes will locate on this reservation. The Walla Wallas, (Jmatillas and Cay uses will select their lands in severalty, each member of the tribes being entitled to 1G0 acres. iSome of the chiefs who visited Wash ington wished to visit Chief Joseph of the Nez Perees, now in the Indian territory, but this wish was not grant ed them, the trip being regarded too long, expensive and impolitic. There is no longer any doubt that the president intends ...

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. — 30 April 1879

I J gfte Sails stxrann- ASTORIA. OREGON: P. C. IRELAND Editor. WEDNESDAY Apish. 30. l7 ; The Snpcrilons &iiiislcrs. The government is at a heavy ex pense to support its foreign ministers, tiie services of whom do not appear in airy manner to be commensurate with the outlay. It so happens, however, with very little to do, that these min isters complain of b.-ing poorly paid. This gives rise to the question in some minds, "Of what use are the minis ters, anyhow?" To be sure, the gov ernment must have representative agents abroad, to- look after tin inter ests of its absent citizens, but the con suls are entirely competent to attend to this business, and, indeed; m most cases, it is the consuls who are ap pealed to when airy occasion for American official interference arises. Ministers are simply diplomatic me diums, to handle the correspondence of the secretary of state, and deliver or transmit the same to its projKjr des tination, to receive visits of courtesy, to give and attend...

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. — 30 April 1879

? "pt t -"-rjer -IS P) !niig stoviim, A STOUT A ..OKEOOX ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday hxceptod.. D. C. IIiEL,AXI& : : IrBZ.I.SSffK. Astoria u BitUtihu;, Cos street. Tarms of Subscription : Served by Cnrnar. per week .35 Cente Sunt, by uiail. four months ft W Sunt hy mail, cno your - U 00 Ertt of !'(pikc to subscribers. aw Advertisements inserted by thuyeur at) the rate of ?I "' inr square pur month. Transient advertising, by the day or woek, Gfty coats ier square for each insertion. THE 7 Tiits Daua atoi:ia" tn'JJ 7c jw roni . " nuudh. free of jtostngr. .Vj erw itffco ria1rMitltiicn!frcc front iltc cUh cg iiavc Tine Atokia' fnlbw hem. Daiiv or Wkkki.Y etiititnii to anu jiot-ojkcc wilk tnt aiuiilional xpcnc. Artarcxe.s may lie cnGMijtti x nflsn n.s centred. Jcapc order al Oie ctumlimt rinun. Tlie Astoria. Tint Friday. North r.end sails to-day for Oregon sails for Astoria on Collector Kelly, of Portland, return ed home by the Elder yesterday. The Eider left two hundred eighty tons...

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. — 30 April 1879

CI Sa GRAND CLOSING OFT SALE ! ! ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. AT THE w BITE H O U iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii"i"i"n""""MM""""ii High Water. Low Water. Date. a. m. p. m. XfE WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THAT AVE ARE ABOUT TO CLOSE OUT OUR LARGE AND WELL ASSORT- . v.. v. XI. 1 2 ."S !l Hi S 2: i-.u cauuiv ur 's - z is y 1.1 s. u if. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, FANCY GOODS, HATS, OAIES cfco-, .T 3XT"E3T COST :F:E.XO:E2S, UNTIL ALL ARE GONE, AS WE INTEND TO CLOSE UP BUSINESS IN ASTORIA. -M 2 54 4. JH 10 31 N 27 3 ttS 5 -2ti 11 14 10 -12 2 4 30 G 17 li 59 11 -14 -J9 5 '2ft 7 071 0 4"i 30 31 7 .TO! 0 41 .... t Xi i 7 13 8 471 1 47 2 SH 2 -8 54 ; 40 2 53 3 24 3 -10 11 10 15 4 OS 4 25 SCHLUSSEL & KANT. Cor. Chenanius and Main streets, Astoria. Oron. PORT OP ASTORIA. J 'Ct,iCAJiA.a-:s a.d ijeparitres. SAILED. Shubrick, US. Light-house str..Kortz. SF April 29 Idaho, str. Kr77 tons. Alexander. S F April . Ancon. ai...

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. — 1 May 1879

t Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, May 1, 1879. Vol. ix. No. 1. BANKING AND INSURANCE. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. FACTS AND SCRAPS. WHOLESALE TRADE. MISCELLANEOUS. CO QHte (SMMWBj (I ivP Jr JU Jv Jt Jii i l Eajlcrn Stales. The president put in a veto of the army appropriation bill because of the "riders" with which it was loaded down, particulary the features relating to honest elections. The message of the president shows that he will ad here throughout to the views that the election laws should stand since they are conducive to fair elections and an impediment, only to dishonest voting. The president's denunciation of the method of legislation, attempted by this act, is also vigorous and conclu sive. The veto will be sustained; then the row will be "who's responsible for the loss of the appropriation bill" as Lefore the special session. A Washington dispatch says: Re publicans are delighted with the mes sage, and generally regard that in point of ability and ell'ective presentation of th...

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. — 1 May 1879

M -S&e iXsjsft0rim5i ASTORIA. OREGON : l.C. IRELAND Em tor. Thursday ..May 1,1879 IfailioadTalfc. Therer-isuat at this momon-bn'grent dsalr" of railroad " talk pprtaining to Oregon-and WashingtpnMterritory in terests. . Ifr&ll looks hopeful for 'the development of-ilie interior, with but littlevforwA&toriac to expect, however. Wfe.ppesume we must go on hoping, as- Astorians have hoped t for., the past thirty years. It is reported in pRvstot-cipcles that Mi. Jay Gould hns -pwrchased a con-, controlling interest im the Oregon Steamshipompany, and the Oregon. Central, and thfe Oregan. and Califor nia railroads. That he-is pushing iite Utah-Northern from.Oijden oiii to. tho Columbia i river as fast, as possible; that narrow gauge iron es afloafat with ?.4iich to begin work at soma poinbionj the Columbia, and build eastward to intersect the Utah" Northern, in the vicinity of the boundary between Oregon, and Idahe: that the Trillion dollars" raised in New York, is for the Port...

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. — 1 May 1879

C3 $xz ail3j &&8ximx. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Excepted). . V. IRELVM) : : PUBLISHER. AiafHan,.J3tiUldwjmCa.vf Street. Terms of Subscription : barred by. Carrier, per week .......23 Cents ScntbjKtnail. four montlift. ; 0tt4 Sent hp. mail, cno year ..... ,.3'OV Free of Postnco tiSubscribors. Advertisements ni?crtod by the ye&jat the rata of SI 50 per squurc per month. Transient advertisinpby the day orwak, fifty cenfa'Por square for each insertion,, THE 1TY. Tl?E Datly astoiua trill he sevt u mail at 75 cenfx a month., free of postage. Reaa crt who contemplate ahsmcc from Utc citu can have Tiup Astokian follow Uicm; Dac lv r. WkkKsIA' edition tojinj pnxt-oflicc.wWi-ut atirtilJonal expense. Adarcxscx may be enanyed ax often a desired. Leave ordum-at the counting room. May day. Collection day -This is the potato rain. Who 's to be Queen of the May? The gentle dews (ksccmlediyehter ctay under a falling barometer. We bave the fragment? of a family Dtble at ...

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. — 1 May 1879

13 5$ ai QsiBxinvu GBAND CLOSING OUT SALE ! ! r ASTORIA OREGON g? IMM " ' TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. Fr6m tables of United States Coast Survey. 1X1 HOTJ AT THE High Water. Low Water. Date, a. m. p. 1. WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THAT AYE ARE ABOUT TO CLOSE OUT OUR LARGE AND WELL ASSORT K. M. P. M. 2 1 2 581 9 Hi g 27 25 - 2 18 3 4J fl 55 9 05 2C -. 2 54 4 34! 10 31 i) 4' 27 - 3 38 .. 5 2G 11 14 10 42 2S 4 30 G 17, 11 59 11 44 2. 5 29 .. 7 071 0 47, :W G 3) 7 5GJ 0 41 1 35 1 7 43 8 47! .... 1 47 2 2!) 2 8 54 J) 4GI 2 53 3 24 8 -10 11 10 45 4 OS 4 25 ED STOCK OF DRY GOODS CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, FANCY GOODS, HATS, 0-A.3PJS,, ctoc, AT IKTIEST OOST" PH.ICES, UNTIL ALL ARE GONE, AS WE INTEND -TO CLOSE UP BUSINESS IN ASTORIA. SCHLTJSSEL & KANT. Cor. Chenamnsand Main streets, Astoria, Orcon. PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AMD DEPARTURES. SAILKD. California, str. 67-1 tons. Thorn. Sitka Auril 50 Shubrick. US. Lisht-house str-.Kortz. SF April 29 Idaho, str. 1077 tons. Alexa...

Publication Title: Daily Astorian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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