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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 14 May 1879

y ?- 1 -v' -; - ws'ssrep U!JM!pw 'ijr'yj OJ anon. Yol. ix- Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday Morning, May 14, 1879. No. 12. TELEGRAPHIC HEWS. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. BANKING AjStD INSURANCE. WHOLESALE TRADE. MISCELLANEOUS. jSjS I O 11 wS IM D m Mr VmJ v 1 1 I Eastern S4te- The President h.is J?dcw?d "the 'bill entitled ""uri act to prohibit -military interference ax 'elections. The president's veto message r.vas ief erred to the judiciary com- j mittee, anS a resolution adopted j 'that the house would vote on the question of reconsideration on the 13th. News is roseived that on Satur clav night Charles Reid of Svdnev, .Nebraska, who was in jail there for Slaving- murdered Henry Loomis the preceding day, was taken out by about 400 citizens ;md hanged to a telegraph pole in .the main street of the town. The cause of the rapid and con siderable rise in wheat at Chicago on the 12th is continued hot weather throughout the northwest, com bined, it is alleged, with a move ment on the part of a sp...

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. — 14 May 1879

CJ jimMMw mm wwwii.wfcj. -i-g..ij---".i.rj. 'arflJ'.ii'!l-rir.!Mi ijcgaaw gft aila stekm ASTORIA. OREGON : iJ. C. IREL.AXI Ertttor. WEDNESDAY Mat 14, 1870. Editorial Correspondence. Mrtkopoita Hotel. Roseuukg, May Uth 1879. Tuesday was one of those drizzly fret days "which has a tendency to keep everybody in-doors, and as a consequence our visit m Portland was cut short off. and on Wednesday morn ing we took tlie train for Albany, which place we reached about noon. Here we found there had been a few harloyon days, sunshine and warmth, and genial growth through the valley, Knd then protracted rains again. After registering at the St. Charles we Bought Mayor Thomas Monteith, and visited points of interest about the city, dven Geo. Simpson whom we chanced to meet, interested "s muchly. The sun was shining beautifully when we spoke to George, but before our hand shaking was over it was raining again, and as to a reply to our saluta tion of "beautiful day," the rains de scended, and he s...

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. — 14 May 1879

0 g&s Oadig storimx, ASTORIA OREGOX ISSUED EVERY MORNING. Monday Excopted., D. C. XREI.AXn : : Pl'RMSIfER. A&torwit Ihuuliiifi, Cass street. Terms of Subscription : Served by Carrier, per week il Cents Sent by mail, tour months ? 00 Sont by maiUmc ye.ir 'J OU Free of l'onnsro to ubcribors. " irAdvcruoracnts inserted by the year at tic rate of SI . per iiuirc per month. Transient ndvorti-in::. by the day or week, fifty coats per shu-jso for each insertion. THE CITY. The Daily .wtoimas will he ml by mail at 'Scent a month. 7 rcc of postage. Head ers who contemplate absence from the citu can haw. Tiirc Astoj::at lolhnv them, Daii.v wr Webki.y tulUmnx lo any pot-oJticc with-o-it aiimt tonal 'Xjiutsc. Adarcsse may lie enanyca a often a acsirci. Leave oraer at the cmintina ffttm. Steamer day. Ward's theatre to-night. Steamer Ancon bails for San Fran cisco to-day. The bark Rival arrived at Knappton .Monday last. Re.sette company will be tendered a benefit at Metropolitan hall on Sa...

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. — 14 May 1879

CO GBAKD CLOSING OUT SALE ! ! ASTORIA OBEGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA '.From tables of United States Coast flamy. HI HOU AT THE High Water. Low Water. Date. a. M. v. m. . v. p. m. r i : :t or, n 07 S 31 9 2 18 - 4 Oil 10 hi 0 Ill '10 3 05 1 f7J 11 44 .10 15 11 4 04 5 .ri2 11 34 11 14 12 5 04 (i 421 0 24 13 -. C 08 7 30 0 14 5 14 14 - 7 14 - 8 151 1 1!) 2 02 15 -. 8 20 D'O'lj 2 2 .. 2 Jil JO 9 18 9 4V : 21 3 37 17 -10 16 JlO 271 4 28 - 4 21 WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THAT AVE ARE ABOUT TO CLOSE OUT OUR LARGE AXD WELL ASSORT ED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, FANCY GOODS, HATS, OKIE'S, cfcc, AT ISnET COST PRICES, UNTIL ALL ARE 'GONE, AS WE INTEND TO CLOSE UP BUSINESS IN ASTORIA. SCHLTJSSEL & KANT. Cor. Chenamns and Main streets, Astoria, Oncon. PORT OF ASTORIA. t CLEARANCES AXD DEPARTURES. SAILED. 'Oregon. ?s. 22W tons. Connor. S F "May 9 V alley Forge, eh 12SG tons. Wnotlberry. Bombay. May 8. Trustee, new schooner. McAllcp, S. F. May . Gteo W. Elder...

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. — 15 May 1879

0 0Vfan Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon. Thursday Morning, May 15, 1879.. To. 13. fi v7I 4t Jk TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Jfci.itcru HtiiU'S. Through Minnesota to northern Jowa and nortIur; Wisconsin, a nioii vhich aniiiuHlv sends 30, 000,000 to 40.000','JOO bushels of wheat to market, the weather for ten days p;ist has been cold and moist vi almost daily rains, and peculiarly favorable to the wheat cron. The New York Times, of May 13th says: Jt is authoritatively an nounced that ihe intention of the Gould party 1o consolidate all ex isting morta-es of the Kansas .Pacific railway company into one consolidated mortgage covering' all its property of whatever kind, lands included. Jay Gould and 1 iusseil Sage are named as trustees, -and the amount of bonds author ized to be issued is 30,000,000. Twenty-four millions are to be se cured by 073 miles oi -railroad and about 5.000.M0 acres of land, the remaining $G,000,0G0 to be re served for future contingencies, and to be issued on first mortgage securit...

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. — 15 May 1879

m 'jV'tttt glxe 'axlv, stsrimi. ASTORIA. OREGON: IV. C. IRELAND Emtor. THURSD AY May 15, 1870. hotter Lato Than Never. It is not an uncommon thing to hear young men complain that their early schooling was dificieut in quantity, poor in quality, or if neither of these was wasted through boyish indiffer ence and iolly. They would get on oetter in life if they knew more, they are free to admit, but they do not see- that they are daily wasting, opportuni ties which, if improved, would in a few years give them a fairly good edu cation. They think themselves too old to learn, and spend more time regret ting their laok of knowledge than would suffice to give them the knowl edge they need. It is said that the father of- Professor Sumner, of Yale College, could neither write nor lead "When he came to this country, a young English mechanic. Within twenty years thereafter he was known as one of the best read men in Hartford, one of the most cultivated communities in the country. Instead of was...

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. — 15 May 1879

'bsS -C "f tSF" '.- 4 mt jggf-AKJ vm "S" PJ glue gnaiij k&XBximx, ASTOHIA .OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday axcopted.. I. C. IKi:i,AD : : STBI.SSJJKSt. A&iuruttt Huihihii tlass ireeL Torms of Subscription : borved by Carrie?, per Tvcek 25-Conte Beat by mail, tour months - ? W SC by mail, tne yvar IK Oil Free of I'oFiaso to subscribers. 825": A dvcrticments inserted by the year at the rate of SI ."in ixr 5iure per month. Tranient advertising by the day or week, fifty cents iter square for each insertion. THE CITY. The Daily astmkia.v tviU he sent In rnailat 7. route a mouth, frccof potauc Iicaa- tJS who contemplate alienee from the citu have Thk Astokiak follow than. Da or Wekkuy editions to any posl-oficc vUJi out aaiiitlonal fjcpemc. Atiavc&c man he cnanyvd ix of lax a. aasirctL Leave orncr at ike ctnxiilinu ronm. Elder in from Frisco-. Ancon sailed for S:m Francisco. Beaver Lort.uc meeting this evening. Mr. S. G. lieed left Liverpool for Oregon on .Saturday last. .....

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. — 15 May 1879

r5 ftirifrf n"r g- t0 GKAND CLOSING OUT SALE ! ! at the "Hf HITE BOQ9B. iinaiuiiniiiiniiiiiBiiiiiaiiiiicJiBCBiiinssBiciBmiiiiimisBasi v WE -WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THAT AVE ARE ABOUT QO CLOSE OUT OUR LARGE AND WELL ASSORT ED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, FANCY GOODS, DEC-TS, Oj5L3PS, 30., tl? 3ST3Sa? COST PRICES, UNTIL ALL ARE GONE, AS WE INTEND TO CLOSE UP BUSINESS IX ASTORIA. XSTORIA .. OREGON TIDE TABLE EOU ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Sittvey. High Water. Low Water. 'tfate. a. m. p. 11. K. M. P. M. ... 1 a3 : (X; u 07 8 :ti , 2 is .. 4 oil 10 fw 1) ih ., 9. 10. II.. 12. 13.. 14. 15.. 1G. 17. oOG. 1 n7 .11 41 10 IS 4 01. 5 01. C OS. 7 14 5 &2I. i 421. 7 .TO!. .11 31 11 14 0 24 . 0 14 1 14 . 1 19 2 02 8 151. 8 2D I) (KM.. 2 21. 51 20! 2 F1 9 18 fl 411. 3 37 .10 lfi: 10 271 4 28 4 21 SCHLUSSEL & KANT. Cor. Chenamus and Main streets, Astoria, Orison, port; OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AXD DEPARTURES. . STLED. Ancon. Btr. 1610 tons....

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. — 16 May 1879

0 tektt Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, May 16, 1879. No. 14 Site A Polygamist Found Guilty. 3IIf.ES COSVICTEI AT I.AST. Thousands or .Mormons Kscort From the rcultcutlnry. Well A KUJIiMATEXtt- IISP.AY. Salt Lake City Virtually In KcbcllfoH. Special to the Oregonian. Salt Lake, May G. At 9:30 this morning Justice Emerson charged the jury in the Miles po lygamy case. They retired to their room, and after an absence of ten minutes returned with a ver dict of guilty. He will receive sentence on Friday, but in the mean time amotion has been made for a new trial, and the prisoner has been placed under $5,000 bonds .pending the motion. The verdict was received with applause, and United States Attorney Van Zele was warmly congratulated for the sible manner in which lie conducted die case Miss 0veus was present, .and received the announcement of "guilty" with great pleasure. :re ssarking to :a reporter that .she looped the sentence would be hard Jabor for life. The prospects for ....

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. — 16 May 1879

m ftc Itoila $&xlm AST0K1A. OREGON : I. C. IREIiAN Ectltor. FIUDAY May 1, 1870. Home Again. - Our last correspondence to the readers of Tim Astorian was written iti Salem, from which city we took ; our departure oiuSunday morning, by steamer !&ormnza for Portland, making our first passage through the locks at "Wallamet falls on that day. Again making our headquarters at the Clav endon, Monday and Tuesday were devoted to business and social visits in the metropolis. On Wednesday we reached home, with a clearer vison as to the importance of events transpir ing in the interior, and presuming that oar readers .will want to know what is going on we will endeavor to give our ideas gleaned from various sources. Many moves are now being made upon the grand chess board of life in Oregon. Washington and Idaho, some of which are not explainable, but it is nevertheless true that within the next sixty days contracts will be let, and work begun upon several new lines, and extensions of ra...

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. — 16 May 1879

" ixtt-&mri$ 5 "3f VTr"jK J PJ gto gniitj 5tt0xdu, ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Lxcentod.. C. IRELAND : : PUBLISH ER. Axtoruiu limhiiwj Caxs street. . i crms of Subscription : berved by Carnor, per week 25 Cent. Sent by mail, four months ...... ..?" Oe Sent hy mail, tne year -.. 9 th free of l'o?taec toub.-cribore. tar Advertisements mscrtod by the year at tbo rate of SI .() ifr square per month. Transient advcrtiinc, by the day or tveok, fifty cents per square for each insertion. THE CITY. The Daily astoiua.v will be vent, by mailotloccnt. a month, free of postage. Read ers who contemplate absence from the cilu can have Tub Astokian follow Uicm. Daily tr Wekki.y lUliiioiWi to any pot-ojhcc with out aiuiitional 'jcpvitsc. Adnrcxscx man be tnanyed as often ax tu&ircd. Leave orders at the countiuy room. The Rev. Mr. Hill of Salem, will preach in Presbyterian hall, Sabbath liioriiius and evening. Win. riiltMiliart is ajjain the sole proprietor of the Occident Hot...

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. — 16 May 1879

m tst& GRAND CLOSING OUT SALE ! I , ASTORIA 'OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. ' Proa table of United States Co;ist Survey. AT THE 'I$P glfl H TOT iiiijmiiiiiiniiiBninmiiiisniTnniBuiaiiniaBiBiinsii High Wator. Low Wactcr. 9ate. XfcTE WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THAT WE ARE ABOUT TO CLOSE OUT OUR LARGE AND WELL ASSORT A.M. P.M. K. M. P.M. 45, 8 20 D 01)!.. .. 1C 9 18 fl 451 17 10 16 ..10 271 IX 11 11 .11 0(5 ..... 19:. 0 00 11 41! 20 0 4iS 2L 0-r4 1 301..... 22. 0 40 2 1U...., '23 - 1 18, 2 51... 2 1 53 .. 3 321.... 2 2i 2 51 . . 3 20 $ TT7 .... 4 28 4-21 .... 5 2 5 01 ED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, FANCY GOODS, G 11. G hi. mo. 812. 8 oS. 9 31. o 42 G"2l fiSo 7 3R 8 Oi 85s , OAFSv cfco., J3.T STDEST- OOST FRICES, UNTIL ALL ARE GONE, AS WE INTEND TO CLOSE UP BUSINESS IN ASTORIA. SCHLTJSSEL & KANT: Cor. Chenamus and Main streets, Astoria. Orison. PORT OF ASTORIA. CLKARAXCKS AXD DKPARTWJtHS. SAILED. Xweun. str. lBlOtons. Debney. S. F May 14 VxWey Fo...

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. — 17 May 1879

CO , ,'! i-f.i.w --: L'HiM.JVu.jLJvlli,.,'i.,"i''li . 'rr.iM .n' wn . iiilmjmt arn M-jjnn i a. i uinw-im . mm ii ilvxr ll H'Jfr Astoria, Oregon, Saturday Morning, May 17, 1879. Vol. ix. No. 15. '2ijEAt&tfJeJfi iL'i"iji.'iiiL-;.'-i.rjT.ii-,B-.'rr: jHL Js3 frf y m -i '3M ts- ; a 1 .ra Tj&SP JL hi I fi TELEGRAPHIC KEWS. Dispatches -from Gon. Howard j announce that th civil authorities; t':u to luinislt hostile whites m 30uuitdlla couiilv. Six of the Alaska's crew at fteiuplcxi to divert a few days ago j &v swimming ashore at Sitka, lmv- Jnr donned -liie-preservors. They -wcre tracked by jndnm runners vjwl captured. After the Alaska left Sitka ot 'ihe 2(lth idu one Chiiicat am! I iJueo fruMiia of KnUrun tore up the larjre -steps of the government wharf, toweul them to their lodiw snirl sn'.it them ud lor lire wood, renaired. Thev had lallv hoen 'The collector, hearinp; of the oul- nitra :xt (or the Indians on the Alaska s return. l nthnu t InenU.- lied. lie forced the ChiHca...

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. — 17 May 1879

M sSacSKteH gftc JPatts stxnaan- ASTORIA. OREG()N : 1. C. IRELAND EUltor. Confidofica Kosiorets A Simple Truth. PeoDle who are so particularly eclf- righteous about election times; and who SATURDAY May 17, 1871). The PietlWa of JEnney. 3loney never was so plenty in the easi before, at least for twenty years. Four-per-cents go oft' like hot cakes, and English Consols are quoted at 99i, vhich is lh above what they have been any time since 1858. A review of these bonds by the London Economist ftr a period of 8S years shows thsa the highest quotation was m 1S52, when t'fiey reached 101 G-10, and the lowest was in 1803, when they fell to GO 2-10. Jre present quotation does not neces sarily prove a prosperous condition of British finances. The very reverse is probably true. We all know that there is a great want of confidence in financial and business circles in Eng auJ. Capital has been "withdrawn from many pursuits, and rather than have it lie idle any longer, waiting for something to t...

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. — 17 May 1879

p) glis jpni"irj staxlrox. ASTOUIA ... OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday r.xcoited.. C. IltEE.AXI) : : l6'BI,ISIf Eli. Astoria u lluwlhui. iVjuc Street. D. forms of Subscriptien: horved by Oarner. jer wooJc .25 Cent? Sent, fay until, four month? :? OH Sunt by mail, me year .. JJ W free or" t'uetaxe to .ubcribors. otsj- y(iTtrti:oii:enL inserted by the year at ,. . . the rate of SI ! per jtiure per month. Transient adverti-in. by the day or week, fifty cents per yiiinrc for each inortion. THE CITY. The Dail.y at'kia w47 he sent hu ma ilat.75 cents a month, frccof pottage, fiona rs who contemplate alienee from the cilu com nave Tub Astokiax follw them. Daily or Wrick ly tuUlums to anjf jtost-ojfice with out aa'ditional '.cpense. Adaresnes may lie cnangeti as often as nesircd. Leave omens at the countinv non. Mr. Fairfowl is in Astoria preparing for business whenever ships offer. A good crop of grass is growing on the dump cars at the Farmers wharf. Six vessels from Hongkong, olsewhe...

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. — 17 May 1879

00 tWMhfaHM rrr: f 'fi'TIH IIUI i 11 J' -r.-y-r ,,.M. W ! -LM. J... J -TT-ir-p ?f&& gnilij jtoxmm GRAND CLOSING 01 ! ! ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. AT THE vcM kyr; rat m k w ?&x&, rt2i 3, &ii "OkeJ C&fejai?1 From tnlles of United States Coast Survey. ES3BiinEEK5aiiizcBBiaBiieaDBaBaBsiBEZtiiBiEiBEazBaiicassiaa:iEBaias Rich Wator. Low Vtor. I)Ht6. 757E "WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO 'HIE PUBLIC THAT AVE ARE A LOUT 10 CLOSE OUT OUR LARGE AND AVELL ASSORT VV KI) STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, FANCY GOODS; HATS, OlS3 tfcc, AT ISTIJEiT COST 23EiLXCS3SS9 UNTIL ALL APvE GONE, AS WE INTEND TO CLOSE UP BUSINESS IN ASTORIA. P. M. . X. r. m. "i s :!) i 0! 2 ! .. 1' 51 Jfi S 18 4V 3 21 3 :.7 17 II) 1(5 10 2;i 4 28.., 4 21 is 11 it li on f 2: oi i 0 00 Jil 411 (5 11 'i 42 10 - 0 4il fi S7 21 21 .. o r4 1 :wi 7 (5 T,n ... 0 4i 2 111 8 22 7 Za 2 .. 1 18 2 All. 8 n UXI. 8 01 14 .. 1 .53 .. :; 821. 8 St) SCHLUSSEL & KANT. Cor. Chenamus and Main s...

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. — 18 May 1879

- '-'j'-5S--"-TfT -- CO H,J li'HI'BHC tttx&m Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, May 18, 1879. STo. 16. LAJJUJ-f ff.1-! 1 pTnl 1 MOSES UP IN ARMS AGAIN. lie Clturos thai lie lias Been RIk! hy Tlicxn Interior Fellers." Wants Colville or nothing Prospects For Another Rumpus. Somcljotly Must fenl Astonished. (Special to the Oregonian.) Walla Walla, May 1C A council wasln-kl hist nin-htat Wal luhi on the steamer Northwest with Moses and other Indians by General Iloward and Gov. Ferr3'. Moses says that the resevation that they are going - Imt nttl on s not the one he asked for and was given him, yet his own map show ed w" ere he marked out the pla- e hinirelf, that he desired and was given him. McB?sui, the interpre ter, says he agreed in every par ticular to accept the reservation laid of! for him between the Oka nogan river on the east and the Cas cade mountains on the west. Moses says he wants the Colville reser vation; for that is what he went to Washington for. Secretary S...

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. — 18 May 1879

fT j'-.y- P3 SnmM nwfryf-: - -6 svjsaJiaaaags-uttauwrgicicwa wi.'ir Krgw:r-vv.i.j.'. T'TriJrH'r;r l i.. i. .,'.. :i aw .". ;ja.. '.Wi fj - J.i, i. TJxz J3iTiIrj jstxra;nv AST)UIA.O!lEfN: I. C. IElEltA" !.... , fti:t SUNDAY ...May is. ISTii. Rnilroad to xhn Colu.bia Orr. Xcic York Herald. It is said that some of the diameters in j the tale are fae-similes of pcrsonatics well ! known in Washington society, and m- Gcneral Dodse informs me of ; awuniroiiRii the wnc . e l. no .. - . r , . . T- -o t q ,,( volume is very neatly -iiuned. m the fact that the Union Jrncinc uniform stle with "Theo. and "Bes- 01 MB IBB' 1-mEN SVFPi Local Enterprise Needed. Mr. Martin Stickles, chairman of the Pacific county Commissioners Court, returned to his home at Brook field yesterday, from tin May sitting of the court at Oyster ville. From him we learn with regiet tlmt there is hut little hope that the proposed horse Tail way v.'ill be bnilt to connect Shoal water baf with the Columbia river. That is an e...

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. — 18 May 1879

m "W vTtsc n fee gai'irj stadara. ASTORIA OREOX ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday hxcejitcd . AjiUirviv llu'ihihJt. thxs street. Terms of Subscription : berved by Carrier, per tvecrfc 2.j Ouitf Bvjnt by mail, four months ?J 0 Benthy mail, cne voar . -... Jl Oa Froe of rojai:c to .ub:cribors. B37" Advertr'Ofucnts inserted by tho year at fl A Tf frf nt . rVl tint c -tun m tif tminfW Transient advertising, by the day or wt rock. fifty cci;. per squnrc for ouch insertion. THE CITY. T7IE DAILY AT'KIAN Will he fCttt lilt rnailnt 7ckhI. a month, tree of jHMtagc. Homi er mlin nnttcm ntotr aiisfttcc from the ciiif ran ftaiv; T:ik Astokiax follow Umn. Da ha r Wrkicia' lUiUioHs hnmu pnsi-ojfice with out atviUUiHol 'jrpcMitc. Adiircsic may he enanyed as often as .cLrcL Leave oracru at the cnmltutt room. The schooner Alpha has loaded and cleared lor drays harbor. To-let a sail of unfurnished rooms JittheTurpin ilousc.apply immediately. A new pavilion is to lie eree'ea on' .. ,i , i the fair grounds 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. — 18 May 1879

Mp CM) GEAND 0L0SINGOUT SALE ! ! ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Co:ist Survey. W H 1 V E AT THE iiimiiiiiiiiintiiiUBiniiiiisciiaiiiBiBiiaaiiinitaiaEamiiiBiiBi High Water. Low V titer. Date. a. M. P. m. v. :. i. m. 1". - 8 20 1) Oil 2 2 - 2 51 10 .) 18 9 4I :i 21 3 :.7 17 10 10 -10 271 4 28 - 4 21 1 11 11 11 00 f 2! 5 01 19 - 0 00 -11 411 G 11 5 42 20 0 4$! G 57 0 2l 21 - o r4 i no l 7 tf o ro 22 - 0 40 2 1H 8 22 7 3r, Si - 1 18 2 Jill 8 oS S Ol 24 - 1 53 - 3 321 9 81 S fQ PORT OF ASTORIA. w E WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO HIE PUBLIC THAT "WE ARE ABOUT TO CLOSE OUT OUR LARGE AND WELL ASSORT ED STCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, FANCY GOODS, TT AHP;gS7 CAPS, cfco., -A.C KTS3a3? OOSE? 3PLIC3E2S, UNTIL ALL ARE GONE, AS WE INTEND TO CLOSE UP BUSINESS IN ASTORIA. SCHLTJSSEL & KANT. ' Cor. Chenamns and Main streets, Astoria, Orsron. CLKARAXCKS AXD DKI'ARTITRKS. CLF.AKKO. Alpha, sch. 23 tons, Starr. G-ay Harbor. May 17 SAILKO. . Ilonora. ...

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