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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily astorian. — 25 May 1879

CO TfiflrHlf Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Sunday Morning, May 25, 1879. No. 22. Spinner's Strike FACTS AND SCRAPS. WHOLESALE TRADE. xAnSCELLANEOUS. f 1 tefeg fi It appears l'kcly that all the Fall John Augustus Rogers, a Ivcn river cotton mills will be closed by a tncky temperance lecturer, lias s'.rike witHn a week or two. Wasjcs! committed suicide si." er s:x weeks wens reduced fifteen percent, a year! of uninterrupted intoxication. nm ,n,n nn-N-ir-t iwra rimiiiiivi.i j " u "J .www ...-. ill vain a restoration of tht old stiff ciently to jusHy an iucreuse. The manufacturers seply that such a course wou'd destroy the small profits now made. The spinner's union has reso'ved 'o order a snrike in five of the mills, but which those mills are and exact 'y when the strike w-11 begin are the secrets of the executive com mittee. The strikers count on finan cial help rrom employes of the other milk, but the manufacturers say that a general s.oppage will follow the first) de lions ration. Heavy...

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. — 25 May 1879

(z) ,"" i. jiii j.w '.J... lean glxs gjTUu stxraiiru ASTORIA. OREGON: T. C. IRELAND .Ea i tor. SUNDAY May 25, 1S7JI. Important Suggestion. Our valued coiTesimndent"Pioneor" this morning dro;s an important sug gestion relative to the harbor of re fuge business. It would cost less to build the railroad to this point from Portland, than to build it to Cape Foul weather. The dist-in.ee is less to Astoria than to Foulweather; the route no more diflicult. A railroad to As toria from Portland would become a paying institution from the start; a line to Foulweather would be com pelled to build up a trade. Ai Astoria there is a i.atural harbor, adap ted for a large commerce; at Foui weather the habor would be but an artificial one; a costly experiment; and never could be, nor never would be. adapted to the wants and requirements of a lare commerce. Interesting to Insurers. Marine adjusters are somewhat sur prised at two recent sales, which, if they are to be taken as the general value of ship...

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. — 25 May 1879

p; ez23sessscrz: octet i i n I r 1 fiiiiUltlin wl!.1 ' M1, !.-.. -A- lm V 'wwf'.',)i.iy J-"-r irm wjur ;; i'T- glue gcioixj astarr&H, ASTORIA ...OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNTKG, Momlny hxcootod.. i. c. ;irs:z.AX : ? rrsis.z.szEEic. Axturvut lUtihihui. tins. Street. eri:is of Subscription : Jscrvixl by Oarnar. por trcok .-!5 Uont.e Sont by wail, four months .- s2 W Sunt by mail, cue year U 00 Srac of 1ouj:i toubscriborj:. RW Advcriifemcnts ini-ortcd by thu year at the rate of Si ")i ir square per month. Transient adverti-int:, by the day or ivcok, fifty conks pox square for each insertion. THE OITI77 The 1)aii,y astokia.n inii he ?ent hy vcilot" cents ititmUt. ireeof jhwUwc lioaa GrAtoiHtcimtcmiiMcalKCMCcfroin the city can have Tjiic Astokiax follow them. Daii.v or Wbkulv ivWioiw to any pn4-Jkcc wtth- &ttt tumUional "jrientc. jllrcc man he cnanycts a of it,?: o.s acsired. Jjuivc m'tiera at 'Vie- cuwtttmtj room. Mr. Allen jjives important notice to day, concerning the Industry. ?....

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. — 25 May 1879

'rjii,' 4 jpvjgl I V " C1J 'GEAND CLOSING OUT "SALE ! g$& ailaj stoimx, t ASTORIA. OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. lit SCO XT AT THE High Water. Low Water. iBiiiiiiiiiiiaiaisisiiaiiiiiiiiiiaiiti3iiiBiiBiiiiaiiiiiitBS33inani Date. a. m. P. si. .y.. i. M. WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO 'J HE PUBLIC THAT AVE A HE ALOU'J TO CLOSE OUT OUR LARGE ASD WELL ASSORT- 0 40 'J Hi s 22 7 :m; 1 18 2 fill 8 iW 8 01 1 53 .. :; 321 a :u s an 2 35 4 121 ll 01) .. !) 3!) 3 24 4 otfl 10 47 10 31 4 18 5 441 10 29 11 30 5 10 t 32 0 11 G 25 7 2JI 0 31 0 oS 7 as 8 18 J 1 ai 1 50 8 48 0 HI 2 48 2 55 ED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, FANCY GOODS, 24. 2fi. '27. JS. J9. :'J). SI.. TTATS, CAPS, dbc, AT JSTJ&l!? OOS2? 3P3ELXOIES, UNTIL ALL ARE GONE, AS WE INTEND TO CLOSE UP BUSINESS IN ASTORIA. SCHLUSSEL & KANT. Cor. Clienainus and Main streets, Astoria, Oriioi . PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES ASD DEPARTURES. SAII.KD. Rival, bk 290 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. — 27 May 1879

Ctf W JHZfa.l.' 'Hi.'i1l.',tl...W!i.L.H ... !1'.llll.'J'F!!l'.tH.WH.)ll. Wl MggEHi '" .1 I L J'M .HI I .i.W.- )WWW& Astoria, Oregon, Tuesday Moiming, May 27, 1879! Vol. ix. No. 23. j:..'.,1 su'.r. s ;-jittrtuAVj BMaWJlM WBC3WI, ,J1 ,SS if . I P, M J 1H .l fcs E 3 c sj es JrJW' H t TELEGRAPHIC. . -j ... . THE EW YORK .STRIKE. -T..r v.-.,,.- .- -) L Th i tW lOKiv, Ait -i-. i in A ., P i , ., ,.x;n .strike of loiiMcnnicn bull s,i nvc ui , troubles shipowners and shippers. MURDER CONFESSED. Boston, Mnv 24,. John N. Buz v.e confeswl to thv murder of a cliikl for which lie was arrested on suspicion. SEVERE .JUSTICE. VTiiju i xr.Yox. Del., May 24. One white and five colored prison ers wrc publicly whipped to-day t Newcastle. SOUTHERN 3MCIFIC RAILROAD JJOMJS. Th object of the visit of T). O. Mills and IJoyd Tevis to New York is ascertained to be to place m the nmrkei howls jssihhI by the ;xuUicrn Pacific railroad to the amount of 43,000 JHX), to aid the completion of that rtwd. GUARD CH...

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 May 1879

-a1 P HiIa stxrx&a3k ASTORIA. OREGON: D. C. IREXiAXD Editor. TUESDAY May '27, 1S7). CITIZENS MASS MEETING. A mass meeting of the citizens of Astoria will be held in this city on SATURDAY EVENING 2STEXT, Hay aist, is;:, To take into consideration matters connected with the proposed railroad. Every citizen of Astoria, and the country surrounding, are earnestly re quested to be present at this meeting. Timely notice of the hall, or place where the meeting will be held, will be given through the columns of This Astoria. DeatH of Wm. laoyd Garrison. A telegram was received here last night announcing the death of Win. Lloyd Garrison at Boston, Mass., in the 74th year of his age. It occurred at eleven o'clock Saturday night, and the telegram announcing it was re ceived at ten minutes past eleven. Mr. Garrison was known as "The Great Liberator."' He devoted all his time and talents, up to the time of the rebellion, in aiding the anti-slavery movement. He w:is a man of groat purity of ch...

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 May 1879

0) yrulyj Xstorri; ASTORIA ...OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday hxcciaod.. I. C. IEI,AM : : I!'i:!,IS5IS:. At&ntrian fjuUtiiha, tlaxs street. Terms of Subscription : Served by Carrier, per wouk 25 Contf Sunt. Uy mail. ior months - f!C UO Srat by mail, cue yo:ir OW Froe of liasc to .-ubacribeis. ar AdrcniamKuiK msertcd by tie, yonr thonttCofi.-M.f.roNHre.ernioiiUi. Trimsiont adveriMnss. by tliedny or iroek. J fifty corns iors.iunro for ortchiiiHJrtiwn. THE CITY. Tim DAIIiY AST'IIJIA.V Will he sent hy mtUoitCcnt. a month, trceot jsmtaac. Haul ers who rtmtt muUitcaltxcucc from the ciiu rati have Tine Asteria: follow Uum. Daily or Wkkkly luWiotts ttmnu jvtst-tijkir with' out thitiilional expanse. Atinres&s may lc cnanyiy: as ofUrK as uesir&L Loarc omen's at Vic caiuittnu room. The hark Mat tie Maolaey arrived yesterday from Honolulu in twenty four days. The steamship Oregon took $30, 000 worth of salmon in cases from As toria an Sunday. ''Ireland's paper." at Astoria, is i...

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 May 1879

00 . - W II "III..L.AW '. .I-Mt n ii iii aaacgacsmi m.H '' -1 ' ' ... ,,f ,,( ,,..,,!,.,. , i . lmj ..lw. '.: j'. i..L. .-iL'vi,ry cS - ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. AT THE ISL JL L JZa JL.&, JJi Lgi fesgi l!a From tables of United States Coast Survey. Hijih Water. J Low Wator. snEHBBeianaBE3HrsBEaE-33BccaEii5ia3B332Ei5aiS3iaa:3B35a3iuaaij TT7E WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO 'JIIE PUBLIC THAT AVE AKE APOU'l 10 CLOSE OUT CUR LARGE AND YELL ASSOR'J VV KD STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, FANCY GOODS, UNTIL -VLL ARE GONE, AS WE INTEND TO CLOSE UP BUSINESS IN ASTORIA. S0HLUS8EL & KANT. Date. A. Jt. r. h. . x . M. 22 0 4 1 11 S 22 7 VA 2 1 18 2 5l S 5 6 01 21 1 Tih .. 5 2 1 1 h 5U 25 .. 2 :;" 4 12 1 oj i :w 2r, 55 24 A iii! 10 17 10 SI 27 1 IS f, 44 1U 211 11 .W 2s 5 hi ,; 32 0 15 C 25 - 7 25( 0 31 0 5 0 .. 7 :u S IS 1 .V. I 5S 2il .. 8 4S ! 14' 2 46 2 55 Cor. Chonamns ami Main streets, Astoria. Or"roi . PORT OF ASTORIA. mmiUj.Mmuiia. gu l ii.Wj n-ugjg jaJfT...

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. — 28 May 1879

0 (S $ r (74 jL Vol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Wednesday 'Morning, May 28, 1879. 2sTo. 24 y..-.FJIJJtJ-g.UJilM lIMCT TELEGRAPHIC, EASTERN STATES. Timber o:b IeaEHc Ivancl.s. "Washington, .May 20. A con-, ference was held at the interior , iepartment to-uay oetween cecrc- tarv Schurz and Gen. "Willianison, -. .11. - i commissioner of the general land phtte of iron placed beneath a man orlice, on one hand, and senators ; noie ;n tie streets leading to the and representatives from Cahfor- sewors. Under the iilate' are im nia, Oregon, Nevada, Colorado lll0nse a-as burners, which render . and delegates from the territories on the other, for the purpose of from tjie proximate thoroughfares comparing views, and devising, if an,j thrown upon the plate.' It is practicable, some form of lerishi- J tjuickl- reduced to water, smd flows lion that would prevent further jnto tj,e sewer. The consumption depredations for speculative pur- j 0f ..ls is moderate, and, as the poses upon public timber lands m...

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. — 28 May 1879

"r m jlxc D&ila ssxxim ASTORIA. OREGON I. C. IREIjAXJ Editor. "WEDNESDAY May 2,S, 187!). CITIZENS MASS MEETING. A mass meeting of the citizens of Astoria will be held in this city, at the Court-house, on SATURDAY EVENING NEXT, May 3Isf , 1879, To take into consideration matters connected with the proposed railroad. Every citizen of Astoria, and the country surrounding, are earnestly re quested to be present at this meeting. Wooden Yessels for Shipping Salmon It is the opinion of some of orr heaviest salmon packers that their goods should not be shipped in wooden vessels. They claim that they have lost heavily by shipping in wooden ves sels. The salmon that are perfectly sound, so far as workmanship could make them, are rusted through, from the effects of steam from the bilge wa ter. These rusted tins are always charged to the Astoria fisheries, upon examination in Liverpool. It has been suggested by one' deeply interested in the business, that as some of the agents are forcing w...

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. — 28 May 1879

0) gtu gaa'tij 'cM&ixxi'au, r.z ASTOJtIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, .Monday r.ceitcd.. f. . ZlLKl.ASl : : 11 I'.l.lSlll.i:. AsstoruLii Huihiiint. .s Street. Terms of Subscription . berved by Carrier, per wouk .-h Cent.- Sent, by mail, four months s i;i) Sent hy mail, cne year. '' 00 rroe of J'otase to subscriber.. T , J 1 .. 1 .... .1 ... ? I w navcruFcmcnL". uiscncu uy uw year ul .1 . .... - . . .u i ioe ram ui ci -w j'ur v ,,,;,rc ,,cr iuuhiu. Tninsiojitadvciti-ins, by the day or week, fifty cents imrsjttarotor each insertion. THE CITY. The JXulv aT'ii:ia wiU ht, rent hu mailatTZcuUx a month. rccot itintauc. liena cm who cnntciniihitctUmiuce from the ciin can have Tiik Astokiak lollmo than. Dai la or Wekkly luiitionx to anj jmst-ojkce ivtth' out tuiaUlonal "xpcutic. AtUiroc nuw he cnaiMi on often as i.c-iroi. Leave oracrx oi the cauiitimi room. The California bis success. Dollar Store is a The Annie Gee Francisco on the 25th. sailed for San "All nature hones for spring, why ...

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. — 28 May 1879

,PIV&&J?'T''7 jfc -ji -. .,j- - y-rsr-&&&, yg.yygwJfyvT HitM""' ft) GRAND CLOSING OUTALETl -g ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE POR ASTORIA. at the yr ii m( From tables of United States Coast Survey. High Water. Low Water. iBiiiiiiii58aBiiaiiiiiBiEiiC5iBBSSCSB3UBannisa8aiiBcsiiSBaaaiJtHBij Date. A. M. r. xi. .M. TATE WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THAT AVE ARE ABOUT QO CLOSE OUT OUR LARGE AKD WELL ASSORT 22. S!! 24., 23. 2;. 27. 28. 2ft. r0. 31.. 0 40. 1 18. 1 5$ 2 35. ... 2 111 8 22 7 ...2 511 8 5 8 ... 3 321 9 31 8 ... 4 121 10 03 - 9 ... 4 50 10 17 10 ED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, FANCY GOODS, ec-lTs, o2lps,. cfco., -.'dp srf? oos? prices, TJ2STIL ALL ARE GONE, AS WE INTEND TO CLOSE UP BUSINESS IN ASTORIA. SCHLTJSSEL & KANT. Cor. Chenamus and Main streets, Astoria, Orpcon. 3 24 4 18 .. 5 44! 10 29.. f 19 t :2 C 25 .. 7 2J 0 31.. 7 33 8 18! 1 .. 8 48 9 141 2 48.. .11 . 0 . 0 . 1 3 A PORT OF ASTORIA. CLEARANCES AXD DEPARTURES. SAILED. ...

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 May 1879

njummim.mim TBB b w. i-i" i u. i t. .ga "" '"-1 ''" ' '"- Yol. IX. Astoria, Oregon, Thursday Morning, May 29, 1879. So. 25. M..TJM -. . .. ... i . .xm.u.--.. ' l IV, .11., 1. J J ft J . . . m,. ExscacsscaKasB3czxEaMHi 'mr',!r,&'",'r', trf&n'9QfrJ o TELEGRAPHIC. EASTERN STATES. Four IVr Ccisi i" STew Yorlt. New York, -May 2?. The mar ket for United States 4 per cents continues to attract much atten tion. This morning the opening' then fell to advanced to price v.-as iu-s Jt 103 and afterward 10'3, and later was UYol menntiine the syndicate i i i u X II LIIV. , i lias aJ- i vanced the price at which bonds e:m be bought from it to 10'3 and accrued interest, equivalent to about 10(&104., in the market. n other words, they have for a moment stepped out of the mar ket ajid left it to settle for what ever price it will. Owl rases in Ketifuclcj. ViviiRTox. Kv., Mav 27. The Underwood war has again broken J . ... -.i. 4 lw iiiiimii 'lrrr.iitc fivntilr in i wul uii c,iu uji.x j ,. ...

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 May 1879

00 g& gil33 jstcrmnru ASTORIA. OREGON I. C. IRELAND Editor. T I1URSDAY May 29, JS7J). CITIZENS 3IASS 3IEETIXG. A mass meeting of the citizens of Astoria will be held in this city, at the Court-house, on SATURDAY EVENING NEXT, 3Xay lJt I8JN To take into consideration matters connected with the proposed railroad. Every citizen of Astoria, and the cuuiiuy uiiuuuuiii, .uu eniiiuawy ic- i ,.i: ..,. . n. ,. quested to he present at this meeting. Prefers Astoria. The Walla Walla Union informs us that while in that city Mr. Villard assured the editor, that he and his as sociates were going to build a railroad to the Columbia river from the Utah Northern road. And at the same time expressed himself as being de sirous of now making some arrange ments whereby the products of the Walla Walla country could be shipped for less than the present rates, and that he would prefer to load his steam ships at Astoria. Between Portland and Astoria there is no longer any conflict of opinion upon thnt 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. — 29 May 1879

.&' ''iPV" 3) " jii i iiwijij.h"ii,'i i i n-.rr.'t: glis nxig JVstarxmx, ASTORIA .OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monduv r..'-ciitod.. c. mi:xt;s : : ii'isE.z.s:zsi:. Astoria a iPiiihihiJit. t '.ass Street. f. terms of Subscription ; berved by Carrier, per wottk 25 Cent? Sent by mail, four ii)onlh? .:3 0 Sont by mail, cue year J) 00 free of !'oi:ise to.ub.scribori:. fty Advertisement- laertod by thuyoar at the rate ot Si 5w iir s mare per month. Transient :idverti-ins. by the day or wreck, 'fifty cent: jer mare for each insertion. THE CITY. TlIK DAIL.V ASTOK1A.V Will 1C HOIlt Ul mail at 7." cutis a month, jrccoj jmntaac. Jlcaa ars wiio couicmttUUcttiKcnce ) ruin the ciiu can haw Tiik Astokiax jolloiv litem. Daily or Wicxkly lUtiUuns to any pwf-ojkcc loilh out oitaitHmal ''jriHiimc. Atitresc man he cftanuw its of Let: as t.eiretu Leave, oraarn at Vw- cutmtiwi ron m. Steamer day. The Shu brick is O. iL. again. - -Ancon wiil be due to-morrow. State of California sails to-thry. Hertfor...

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 May 1879

JC m T&& gpailaj &sl$xxm. CLOSING OUT ? ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. From tables of United States Coast Survey. AT THE Ilish Water. EiEiEEiEB3i2B9iBia2EiBiiiEiiiciesBianaiaicxsBc:ssai3si:isaHS3:aaB3ii Low Wntor. Date. a. m. p. !. .x. r. x. TTE WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THAT AVE ARS APOUT 10 CLOSE OUT OUR LARGE AND AYELL AFSOKT VV ED STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, FANCY GOODS, jM?&9 CAPS, d3C, 'OP T23? OOS? PH.ICES, UNTIL ALL ARE GONE, AS WE INTEND TO CLOSE UP BUSINESS IN ASTORIA. SCHLUS8EL & KANT. Cor. Chenamns and Main streets, Astoria, Or!ron. Si!! 24.. 2".., 3fi.. 27. 28. 25. an.. - 0 -IB 2 111 S. 22 7 38 - 1 18 2 fill 8 f)S 8 01 .- 1 n-J .. :; 821 y JH S .-. 2 :$3 4 12! 10 Oil 51 X) - 3 24 4 mi 10 47 10 JH - 4 18 f, 44! 10 SO 11 30 - 5 10 it 32 0 11 ..- G 25 .. 7 2J! 0 31 0 5S ..- 7 33 8 18 1 3fi 1 rn ..- 8 48 Ml 2 4S 2 S PORT OF ASTORIA. GBAND SALE TNT! Ct'.5V CLEARANCES AM) DEPARTURES. SAIMCI). Oregon, ss. 22-tO ton...

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 May 1879

' "l 'ji"iJ ."' jTf s' CO Yol. ix. Astoria, Oregon, Friday Morning, May 30, 1879. No. 26. lie PMlg !JrJvJJl'Jll'Jllr TELEGRAPHIC. I EASTERN STATES. Poisoned Waters. Island Pond, Vt., May 28. Mr. Cline's children have died from drinking poisoned water in a brook at Newark, Vt. A number of others are not expected to live. Fishing Boat Disaster. Gloucester, Mass., May 2S. Another fishing schooner, the Wil liam Thompson, has been lost, with a crew of fourteen men. They leave seven widows and twelve or phans. Jlovcinciits of a U. S. War Ship. Washington, May 28. Rear Admiral Rodjjers informs the navy department from Callao April oOth, that the ship Lackawanna sailed that day for Samoa and the Gilbert group of islands. After visiting the same she will probably go to San Francisco via the Sand wich islands. Paeifie Mail Co. New York, May 28. The Pa cific Mail election was held to-day, resulting in the election of the old board of directors, except Babcock and Potts, whose places were taken...

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 May 1879

.C" 0) ?ft$ Sailjj slxrriatx. ASTOBIA. OREGON: C. IRELAND Ertxtor. FRIDAY May 30, 1870. CITIZENS MASS MEETING. A mass meeting of the citizens of Astoria will be held in this city, at the Court-house, on SATURDAY EVENING NEXT, May 3I1, 18T9, To take into consideration matters connected with the proposed railroad. Every citizen of Astoria, and the country surrounding, are earnestly re quested to be present at this meeting. Shoiild be "Considered." The very modest request of the Jacksonville Sentinel, couched in the annexed clipping, certainly should be "considered.'' By all means the Board of Engineers for the Pacific coast should "consider" the feasibility of assuring that "railway and cheap transportation" for Jacksonville which the selection of Crescent city as the point for the harbor of refuge would assure, even though the $18,000,000 annually exported from the country through Astoria be ignored. Grass may be short in Jacksonville, and our worthy neighbor of the Sentinel should 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. — 30 May 1879

C3) glxs gai'iTj 5t0Xdmx. ASTORIA OREGON ISSUED EVERY MORNING, Monday Excepted.. O. C. IRELAND : : Il KI.ISIIKIC. Astorian Birihiiiu. iJon, street. Terms of Subscription : berved by Carrier, per weeK .25 Cent Sent by mail, tour months 00 Sent by mail, cms year 9 00 froo of l'uia:re u ubcribors. S3T Advertisement inserted by tboyear at the rate of Si M iers iitare per month. Transient advertifin?, by the day or week, fifty conts per suuaro for each insertion. THE CFTI The Daily astokia-s Kill he ciit by mailatloccnt a month, jreeof postaac. Reav er who cnntcmplatcahsencefrotn the city can have The Astokian follow Uicm Dailv or Wekkly tulition to anu post-njhee with out additional 'jcpcuac. jidnrcsex man be enanyed a often ok acsired. Leave order at tive countina room. Steamer day. Ancon due from San Francisco. Dull times arc just the times for lazy men. Steamer California sails for Sitka to-morrow. It is pluck, not luck, that puts a man ahead in the world. The funeral of A. L. Stinso...

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 May 1879

(V GRAND CLOSING OUT SALE ! ! ASTORIA OREGON TIDE TABLE FOR ASTORIA. HI H O U AT THE From tables of United States Co;ist Survey. High Water. Low Water. Date. a. m. v. M. . v.. v. w 29 C 2T .. 7 2J1 .... 0 .'il .... 0 ."iR .30 7 33 8 18J 1 3I .... I 5a 31 8 48 D 141 2 48 2 TCi 1 9 59 10 071 4 01 li 53 2 -12 ir 10 .IS I o 14 4 4'.l 3 .. 0 22 -11 4:U G 23 S 40 4 - 1 221 7 22 - 0 4 5 0 32 2 151 8 14 7 .Si C 1 20 - 3 Oil 9 Of - 8 23 7 2 01 :t 4 i 9 45 9 l(j PORT OF ASTORIA. CLKARASCKS A.D DKPARTPRKS - w E WOULD REPE(TFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC THAT "WE ARE AEOUQ QO CLOSE OUT OUR LARGE AND "WELL ASSORT- KI) STiCK OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, FANCY GOODS, HIATS, OKIE'S cfco., jT ZNTDST1 OOST IE:R.IOjE;3, UNTIL ALL AltE GnNE, AS WE INTEND TO CLOSE UP BUSINESS IN ASTORIA. SCHLUSSEL &'KANT. Cor. Chenamiis ami Msiin streets, Astoria. Oriri . SA1LKH. State of California, ss. TJOO tons, Debney. S F Maj-29. Oregon, ss. 2250 tons. Connor. S F May 25 Rival, bk 2Kt tons. Adams. S. ...

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