The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899, March 08, 1890, Image 2

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ASTORIA. OREGON:
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-MAllCII 8, 1800
Citjraad County Official Paper.
AX UXCROWXED KIXG.
Is no other country in the world
does any one man "wield the influence
which Sir. Pnrnell exerts in Ireland.
Bismarck and Gladstone arc the only
two personalities besides Parcell, who
dominate over large masses of men.
But neither Bismarck nor Gladstone
can nominate- and elect candidates for
scores of constituencies or carry the
votes of his party in his pocket Both
these things Parnell does. If a par
liamentary vacancy occurs in Ireland,
nothing is done until 3Ir. Parnell is
consulted. He decides who the can
didate shall be, and the person selected
by him is nominated and elected.
nius'XIr. Parnell's party is dependent
upon nim, and each man owes to him
something like personal allegiance.
As a result of this the Irish members
are delegates, whose votes are at !Mr.
Parnell's disposal- The most signal
illustration or this occurred in the di
visions of parliament on the royal
grants. Ijabonchere and the radicals,
representing the undoubted sentiment
of every radical in the country and of
not a few conservatives, opposed res
olutely any further grants to royalty.
One would have supposed that the
Irish, among whom there is so
much republican sentiment, and who
certainly owe no favors to royalty,
would have voted with the radical
party, more especially as it is the
radicals who havo espoused
the Irish cause and made sacrifices for
it But Mr. Parnell had decided to
support the royal grants; he ordered
his party to vole with him, and, much
to the disgust of the radicals, they fol
lowed him.
There is said to be a little irritation
among some of the Irish members at
this rule, but no one openly rebels or
Mr. Parnell might find means to eject
him from the party.
There are many people in England,
and some men of intelligence in
America, who seriously believe that
Mr. Parnell is a dangerous revolu
tionist in favor of a policy of violence.
There cannot be a more absurd delu
sion, as the evidence in the tedious
Parnell commission has abundantly
shown. All advanced people in Eng
land only wish that Mr. Parnell were
a revolutionist "What they complain
of is that he is not Many of them
think Mr. Parnell and his colleagues
have exploited and emasculated a rev
olutionary movement So far as Mr.
Parnell has any definite politics he is
unquestionably conservative and
merely national.
It is this fact which has partially
severed the Irish movement from con
tinental sympathy. All progressive
people in Europe sympathize with Ire
land as agaiust the British govern -xaent:
but they take comparatively
little interest in a struggle which wears
for them not only a merely local but
distinctly conservative character.
The truth probably if that Mr.
Parnell docs represent, bet
ter than any other man, the average
Irish sentiment Given a people
largely conservative, an existing econ
omic condition, and the Parnell lead
ership is the best kind of result Be
sdeshe has the pertinacity that in
the long run accomplishes its chosen
object
Washctgtox may seem to be more
pushing than Oregon but she has a
legislature the like of which never
gathered in the capitol of this com
monwealth. The spectacle of thirty
or forty representatives attending the
theatre, flirting with the ballet girls.
making unseemly comments, throwing
paper wads, singing variety songs and
in short acting like amateur hoodlums,
is almost nauseating. The fact that
aaanyof these overgrown boys were
prominent members of the assembly
xaakes theirconduct all the more as
tonishing. There has been consider
able discussion in that sago body as to
the location of the reform school. It
now seems that Olympia would be
the best situation.
Tacoma and Seattle are disgusted
because they are left out in the cold.
while Spokane will get the only ap
propriation for a public building.
Perhaps this serves them right It is
the old story, that while two are fight
ing the third carries off the prize.
Spokane is a thoroughly progressive
and public spirited town, and deserves
the honor that Congress confers upon
her.
The movement to have the stars
and stripes float over the public
schools is receiving universal endorse
ment The flag of the free shoidd be
over even- public school in the nation.
A public school with the American
flag above it is a pretty good exponent
of our institutions.
Quite a force of men is engaged in
active work on the Lewis and Clarke
on railroad work on the line of the
Astoria and South Coast road, and the
number will be increased as rapidly
as progress makes possible employing
them to Hie best advantage.
The attention of Astorians and the
rest of mankind is directed to the fact
that the Hunt railroad is coming to
Astoria. It is a case of manifest destiny.
Is thcie any city of its size in the
United States that can show a larger
aggregate of real estate transactions
for the first sixty-six days of 1890 than
Astoria can?
TcSvithuiioSioilxiu"; House.
IJest Ileus in town. Jtooins per night
50 ami it, els., per week SL50. New and
clean. Private entrance.
NEW TO-DAY.
GRAND:
wmm sale
TABLE:CANNED: FRUITS
By Hit ASTOMA CKOCEUY AND
CANXhl) FKITJ CO., opposite Heil
lnrns furniture1 store, lor one week
only, commencing to-day and ending
March nth. 1&).
The-e goods are Urst-class, c cry can war
ranted and vnllbe. bold at the nominal sum
of 13 cents per can. These figures are helow
cot , hut we propose to reduce .stock.
H. Kl. THATCHER.
A PUDDING.
I'ine chance for onieoiie to file on vacant
land, only oni-and and three-fourth miles
JKiy and one-quarter mile
Call on
from Youn
from lownsitc
L. F. HODGE,
In Hansen's Building.
FOB SALE.
The SW 1-4 of Block No. 22,
Shiveiy's Astoria.
Consisting of three lots each 50xlM). mak
ing a splendid comer site 150 feet square for
a line icsldcnce, and in the hest part of the
city, with magnificent icvs of river and
bar. Good houses all around and&ervice
water ithin ten feet. Trice -55.00!).
J. H. Mansell. Real Estate Broker.
Thk comparatively backward con
dition of China, is an obstacle to the
development of commerce on the Pa
ctfio coast New lines of steamers arc
projected to that country from cities
in the northwest This plan would
hardly appear feasible with the pres
ent condition of trade but on the other
baad there is nothing that will so tend
to create and promote business with
km, as facilities for handling quickly
aa& cheaply whatever there may be in
iftnd.
ire's Your GMnce !
- BUY A
HEATING STOVE AT COST
Uoe 2 & : Scully's.
A Chance to ct a Fine Stove Cheap.
We Mean Business.
Valuable Acreage for Sale
Ther3-A ere Tract of Hiram firay with im
provements tht-rcon, valued at SL'.OOO, at
$'2Q per acre. Apply to
E.C. I r.W IS, or W. P.. AIWIK.
Information Wanted.
OK .DINS oI.KsHN AND MAlTil.'AS
01iM',i.:wtn(s(f Denmark, who were
laxl hraid t ::tl'..tk r City, Oregon, about
sl var ar.. Aniouo who can srive anv
hifinuitiu about tit irprosenswhereabuuis
win ii'useaii;ies ;.i..i:s:tSKN, AMina,Ur.
TH
FOR. SALE!
The West One-Half of Eiock 71,
mcCiure's Astoria.
Only three b'ocs south of the Odd Fel
lows' buihiiiig. There is a line dwelling on
this choice property that will rent at top
ligurosim.' u.ir round.
l'or further particular; nnjHire of
ASTORIA RcAL ESTATE CO.
"ZPajnm for I&Loxrt
With foitv-fiv. head of cattl for half the
increase. Call or write to
O. P..JOIHNSOX,
Vesper. Clatsop County, Or.
ASTORIA
NEW ASTORIA is located on tho harbor between
Tarizy Point and Fort Stevens, at a place where there is
water, veil in shore, deep enough for the largest ships of
tlw ooetn. Anchoranco room for hundreds of vessels,
aWttred from every dangerous breeze that blows.
WIHIIIIIHMBHIIIIHII
CASE'S
lEEIBZIII&SEIIIZBlZSZSnET.
ASTO
KNOWN AS THE OLD MILL PROPERTY,
TIxe Finest StksidLe Ps?op
erty on tlae XlrXaItet
Tto Foils of a Is Soil of
n. ?. R 1 Dock.
Only
This splendid Business and Residence Property lies
on the south side of the hill, sloping downward from the
cemetery, and has a deep water frontage on Young's Bay.
It will be traversed ly a cable or motor line within six
months. Clear, level lots in this magnificent tract are
now for sale on easy terms, at prices which will rapidly
advance.
For Particulars Enquire of
Wareen & Wright
tmwawac
BUY YOUR LOTS IN
Sunny M
pin
Oils
pa a n c ' h n
TO ASTOHIA. This fine property has lii'i'n put on the mr.iket ly Mrs Owens Adair, M.
I)., ami is .situated near Jhe A-toru and South C:ut Kailruad.
PRICES, S50 AND S6G.
fob SALE UY
McGOWAN BROS. & TUTTLE, Third St., East of Oiney.
jjaaaaay tajaaMvgarsgcanaasg rrfreiyrsfT r.T?-'.jresvsr..'c j-sacaoea
W. L. UHLEITH ART.
Real Estate Broker,
C9R ftfifl Buys Onc-IIalf Business Block,
36J,UUU centrally located.
$7
$5
$5.
Cflfl Buys a Nice Buyr.es Lot on
)uuu rccoml btrcct.
mif) 15,,vs :i 'ce Business on the cor
juu ner Olncy and Fourth Streets.
enn Will buy a Block in Adair's As
,JUJ tona. one block from horse car
line, and cleared.
$3
KfUl Buys a Nice Residence and
,www U(
$225
Corner Lot in McClure's Astoria.
Buvs Choice Lots in Hustler & Ai
ken's Astoria.
$1
Enfl Bujs a House and Lot in Mc-
,uuu rim
Clare's Astoria, only two blocks
from s'hoolhouse.
61 OnCi Will buy a Fine Kcs-dencc Lot in
p I .t.UU McClure's Astoria. Fine view.
dj 1 OHf Will buy Three Fine Lots in Al
v ;wu dcrbrook. Lots are COMoo each.
C9 nnn Kys It I. Block n.3IcClurc's
vjuw" AMona.only
courthouse.
two blocks from the
tonn Iotl, Block 10S. McCInre's Astoria,
vrwuvs lKO DIOCKS IrOIll SCIlOOlnOUH'.
Lots in the Principal Outside Additions to Astoria.
Also some Fine Acreage suitable for PJattiir.
OFFICE ON THIRD ST. - 0pp. Odd Fellow's Building
vt.Yifjarxxr93U"'r "iH'w
SILVEEMAH & THOBNBUBG,
DCALIIBS IX
A SPECIALTY MADE OF C0UKTRY PRODUCE.
We pay the highest cash price for country prodirt. ami t::itnuitvc Miuare di-aliu.
will receive orders for potatoes, muter and fsasat lowest market rates
Orders from any quarter will rccehe prompt attention.
SKAMOKAWA,
WASHIirGTOIST
SEA
Tlic terminus of the llwnco nml Shoahvater Uav Kailioail. T1IK (IIIET
EST SUiLMEIt HESOltT OX THE NOKTIIWEVl' COAbT. Lies at the head
of the Bay, at deep, water, and only twelve miles from the liar. The enuring
County beat and Commercial Metropolis of Pacific county. Now laid out. J.nt.s
on the market from S50, and upwards.
For particulars and firii information, call on or address
B. A. 3EABORG,
LIDDICOAT & CRIBB.
CarpcRf crs andBiiiltlcr.s.
Holt & McCurtrie's old stand, have over 200
plates and drawings of all kinds and styles
of dwellinR-houses, ranging from $000 10
$1 ,COo Call and see them.
The Oregon Bakery
A. A. CLEVELAND, Trop'r.
C-ooi Bread, Cake aufi Pastry
Xone hut the Best Materials IVvtl.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Customers
ttread delivered in any part of the ctt.
THIS PROPERTY
Will be Placed on the
Market March 20th,
1890.
J.H. MANSELL,
- SE1L ESTATE BROKER,
KOTAKY PUBLIC FOR STATE OF OREGON.
City Lots and Acre Property, Ranches, Timber Lands, and Water
Frontage for Sale.
investments made for Outside Parties.
Estnbiishca, 18S3. Correspondence Solicited.
Next W. U. Telegraph Oflice. Third St. Astoria, Oregon.
P. O. BOX 863.
HE ASTORIA
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(INCORPORATED.) CAPITAL, $50,000.
President, L. P. W. QUiMBY. V.ce-Presidenf, C. W. WILLIAMS.
Secretary. W. H. EDWARDS.
Tho stbove Company Placed the
MMAI ADDITION !
TO ASTORTA, on the market December iSth, 1SS0. A clean
sweep of all the lots in above addition was made
by January ISth, 1S00.
AN EXTENSION TO THE RAILWAY ADDITION
lias been placed on the market. Get m now while the
price is low.
(xciiiTn I Oflice. Rooms 1G and 17, N. E.Cor. First and Alder
FBAM SPITTLE, Apnt - - Astoria, Orepn.
1 . . mf y
msport !
LOTS 50x100. $200 EACH.
For a Few Days Only.
Warren & Wright,
ASTORIA,
Mnuscli's IStiihliii!;, WaJor .Street.
OREGON.
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Fresh Candies of All Kinds Manufactured Daily.
Also Handle None but the Finest and Imported Key West
OIG-AHS.
l'lcasa Call and Hive mo a Trial. TIIIHD STKEET. Next W. U. Telegraph Onlce
N. J. BERGMAN.
II III I I Mill I Hillll IIIIIB
1
ItF BIs Jitoi
A FINE STOCK
Children's : Carriages
JXTST DECEIVED.
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
2 s' Ijji IBhK) SS2M
0
I ,
Lots in Case's Astoria Are If on Sale
AT TIIK OFFICE OF THE-
Astoria Beal Estate Co,
PRfORS FROM $150 TO $250 EACH.
TEK32S One-Half Cai.li ; the Ualance in Six and Twelve Months.
E. J. Ford & Go.
GENERAL AGENTS.
D. H. "WELCH & CO ,
Real Estate, Insurance, General Brokers
NOTAHY PUBLIC FOR OKEGOX.
We have Property in the original townsite iVout $225 "up
wards. Good Business and Residence Property
always on our list.
Investments made for non-residents. Correspondence so'ieiSed.
Call and see us.
Office on Water St., Near Union Pacific Wharf and Depot.
ASTOKLA. i KECON.
Yonr Money's Worth
IS WHAT YOU 'GET AT
Foard & Stokes
IN
Groceries and Provision?.
Everything in a First-class Store j
and at j
Extremely Low Figures.
Goods Delivered all over Town.
The Highest Price Paid for Junk.
FOARD & STOKES
GKLO F. PAKKKIt.
CAM. A. HAS.'OS
arker & Hanson
SUCCESSOUS TO
C. L. PARKER,
DEAIXRS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
New Goods Arriving Every Steamc
TIIIS WEEK.
Dress Soois!
The Old Stand - Astoria Oreson.
Stockton & Welch,
Real Estate Brokers.
AND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
City, Subnrban and Acreage Property For Sale.
MAIN' ST., AST0KIA, OK., 1. 0. Box 511. No curbstone brokers employed hero
BLOCK 20
Hustler & Aiken s Addition
Has been subdivided and will be put on the market TUESDAY,
FEBKUAttY 23th, 1590. by
VAN DUSEN & GO.
THIS DESIBABLE BLOCK is entirely clear. Is situated on the proposed Cable itoad
route between Genevieve and Main streets, and within one street
of Taylor's proposed Motor route.
The Oregon Land Co.
J- A., OOOK, IMftxiftsor,
HAS AN ASTORIA OFFICE
S. W. COR, THIRD AND 0LNEY STREETS,
Buy and Sell Property on Commission.
We Deal in Real Estate and are Successful in
Our Business.
HflBsf99!&i
wEEmBSKExSSSRiu
Mil
These- SEINES are made truo taper and from an actnal scale, and will bang true
and draw when hung in to lines, and from tho
Cold Medal 1-2 Patent Twine.
RIGHT AND LEFT HAND LAID PATENT ROPE,
9 thread and larger, soft and free from kinking.
SALMON TRAP NETS knit from the Gold Medal
1-2 Patent Twine, superior to the medium laid,
stronger, more durable and Holds Tar Longer.
Letters or Telegraph shall have our Prompt and Careful Attention
American Net & Twine Co
Established 1842. Boston, tfass. Capital, 8350,000.
N. B. "We have the largest Netting and Twine plant. New and costly machinery
has lately been added for knitting heavy Traps for tho Columbia river, and Seines
for the Alaska Salmon Fisheries, and the most skillful help emploj-ed.
Highest awards at Boston, 1869, Philadelphia. 1S7C London Fisheries Exposition, 1883.
ASTORIA
Its frontage naturally affords the finest opportunity
for building docks where ships may exchange freights
with the railroad cars with but one hauling. And that is ,
just -what is going to happen at NEW ASTORIA,
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