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MAHCH 15. 1690
City an CeuHty Oficlal Paper.
The Canadian senate lias decided
that Canada Las no rise for a mint and
that American gold coinage will an
swer all present purposes.
Tee most prominent "telegram" in
the Columbian's dispatches last
Thursday was one dated "February -aithT
The editor forgot to change
the date to March 12th and the paper
was a s3ent testimony against its com
pilers. A labor agitator who recently went
to Mexico says that cotton mill opera
tives there are little better off than
slaves. He says they work twelve and
fifteen hours a day for $2.80 a week,
and must work at night on Sundays
or holidays if their overseers should
order them to do so.
The McKinley tariff bill proposes
to increase the tariff on tin plate
from 1.1 cents to 2 cents per pound,
thus almost doubling the duty on
every lxx of tin plate brought to As
toria from England to be made up
into can in which to put Columbia
river sahnou. The argument 'of the
promoters of the proposed raise is
that tho United States is the greatest
market for tin ware of all kinds in the
world; that tho tin plate works in
England have increased from 3G7 to
41) in the last five years: that we have
large tin mines nuworked in this coun
try, and if the duty is made suffi
ciently protective the industry of
manufacturing tin plate will ulti
mately be transferred from Englan d
to tliis country, and tho tin plate will
be furnished much cheaper than it is
at the present, or has been at any
peried: that a -start must be made
metinie, and that such a start will
never be made till the duty is raked,
affording sufficient protection to en
courage home protection of this much
Passengers to Arrive.
The San Francisco steamer is due
to-day with the following passengers:
S. Stock, A. GemesE. C. Minch
ner, W. B. Gilbert, M. Brandenstein,
John Jones. A. Conklim J. C. Ware.
E. H. Keyser and wife, E. B. Hindali.
.a- Auams, ix. n. awanstrom, J. .
Sheppard, C. W. Noble E. B. Snyder,
W. Powell and wife, J. S. Campbell J.
Dobbins, tt M. Cole, H. A. Wallace,
W. H. Exley,W. K Bodlev, A.B
Caldwell, D. jL. Itemmington" M. Bu
bene, John Whit e, Mrs. Snyder, W.
u, oones, j. ii. Liaws. W. Bentley,
Mrs. E. K. Ash, Miss Weihe, Mrs. W.
H. B. Cole, K. J. McQuarrie and wife,
Geo. Ash, G. Holland, G. G. McDon
ald, Mrs. C. D. McDuffie, daughter
and child, H. W. CardwelL W.A.
Wilcox, E. W. Engs, Mrs. A. Bichard
somMrs. Sears and boy, If. Katlen, B.
M. Francis, J. G, Hatch, W. H.Moran,
C. H. Meussdorfer, L. H. Shrivner, J.
M. Brown, A. Kuhn, L. Michaek, J.
Fichols, Geo. W. Hall and wife, W.
Sweeny and wife, J. T. Bowe, B. L.
Wait, L L. Dix, W. H. Wedding
ton, D. PurcelL, T. Oramas,
W. H. Williams and wife, Charles
Muuford, Nettie Christie, Grace Hen
dv, Mrs. M F. Buger, W. L. Hagans,
W. K. McNally, J. P.Kennedy, W. W.
Baily and wife, G. W.Beal, J. W. Har
ris, G. A. Bean, W. Kelly, A. J. Shane,
A. L. Halley, A, Britton, Jas. Miller,
J. Cron, A. D. C. Beach, E. T. Shan
non, J. M. Henry and wife, Mrs. Put
nam, Miss Manning, J. B. Nicholas,
Miss Douglass, H. B. Jackson and
wife, B. M Therdue and wife, Jas.
Christie, Louis Brondt, W. W. Chflder,
M. W. Graves, Miss la. N. Gray, A.
M Steele, A. Lea, J. D. Sleman, Mrs.
Brooks, Mrs. C. Broderick, T. A. Jack
son, A.L.Byan, W.B.Oliver, H. B.
Astell,W. C. Marshall, Mrs. J. Fred
Smith, John Stephen and wife, Miss
L. Gray, J. Smith, E. L. Alexander, J.
G. Burger, C. F. Lee, Miss Lawrin,
Mrs. A. A. Wooden, Mrs. A. Lisle,
Daip's compauv, W. J. Enright, J. W.
Ulffsohn, D. Mitchell and wife, B. M
Morton, A. A. Snap, H. McKinnon,
Miss Willard, Miss Lee, Mrs. A.
Lewison, J. K. Tobin, J. T. Ames, wife
and children, B. D. Southern and wife,
E. L. Knowdler, J. Noonan, O. L.
Woerner, J. V. McHugh, W. T.
Wooden and S. W. Hume and wife.
Change of Business.
IJIAVE THIS DAY BOUGHT OUT THE
business of Marion and Bcnnuan. All
bills due up to date will be collected by tho
undersigned. JACOB STKAUSS,
Abtorla, Or., March 14, '30.
The Astoiuan is part and parcel of
the business, political and social life of
this city and section, and it has never
had to resort to any catch-penny
schemes for attracting popular notice.
It has never pretended to be anything
but what it really is, a paper for the
people. Always the same in certain
features, it is ever on the watch to
make such changes and improvements
as may seem desirable, and the
thorough confidence which its readers
have in its business energy and push,
as well as its reliability and
the knowledge of its ad
vertisers of the completeness
with which it covers its natural terri- J
tory of circulation and even extends
to many distant localities, has given its
circulation an exceptional character
for nermanence, imparting at the same
Lby contrast, a touch of grotesque-
spasmodic efforts of other
of prosperity by
other tricks which are
mg well known to the wary ad
vertiser. The circulation of The
AsToiuAX is greater to-day than ever
before and the greatest by far of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
river, and, as a thoroughly represen
tative newspaper, reflecting tho busi
ness life, the vital interests of its com
munity, and fully satisfying the wants
of its readers in every line of endeavor,
it may honestly claim that there is no
other newspaper which so fully covers
its own peculiar territory, while at the
wane time commanding an extensive
circulation abroad as well as at home.
THE QUESTION' SETTLED.
This is a faithful picture-
of the establish
ment of Thomas Frlco
& Son, at 521 Sacra
mento St, S. F. As tho
leading chemists of
the west, thejr ivcro
u&cd to Fettle the question as to what sarsa
parillas were In fact purely vegetable. We
present their report. " We Tune made careful
zicmic&l catalyses of teveral veil known brondt
ifwrcpariUa, and have found them all with
Ike single exception cf Joy's to contain iodide of
pete mans. As a result ve are enabled to pro
Mince Joy's to be the only purely vegetable
terscpzrUla jmw on Vie viarlct, vhich has come
umJct sr observation." Modern mcdlcluo
bas proven that all ordinary faco eruptions
are cawed by in dictation and sluggith circu
lation, wMch call for vegetable alteratives,
laftcad of mineral blood purifiers like iodide
U potaasicm. Joy'a Vegetable Sarsaparilla
li tte first to discard tho old notions and pro
c4tlia modem theory. Its cures are
ike talk of the hoar.
Fr Fhc Pkotegraphs,
Go to Mioses Carrutlicrs' photograph
gallery: Third street, opositc Mor
gan fc Sherman's.
And Free Lunch at the Telephone Sa
loon, S cents.
A BOOK WITH THE NAME OF T. It.
Cornelius on the cover, and containing
a draft on a Han Francisco bank, was lost
yesterday. The finder will be rewarded by
leaving it at the office of A. "Van Dusen &Co.
TABLE: CANNED: FRUITS
IJy the ASTOKIA GROCERY AND
CANNED FRUIT CO., opposite Hell-
born's furniture store, for one week
March loth, 193.
Thec goods are flit-class. every can war
ranted and will be sold at the nominal sum
of 13 cents per can. These figures are below
cost, but we propose to reduce stock.
H. M. THATCHER.
The SW 1-4 of Block No. 22,
KNOWN AS THE OLD MILL PROPERTY.
Tlie Finest Inside Prop
erty on the Market
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
NOTARY PUBLIC FOR STATE OF OREGON.
City Lots and Acre Property, Ranches, Timber Lands, and Water
Frontage for Sale.
Investments made for Outside Parties.
Established, 18S3. Correspondence Solicited.
Next W. U. Telegraph Ofliee. Third St. Astoria, Oregon.
P. O. BOX 863.
Three Forts of a Mile South of!
U I. P. 1 1
Thii splendid Easiness 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 by 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
For Particulars Inquire of
Waeren & Weight
BUY YOUR LOTS IN
Sunny Mead Addition!
TO ASTORIA. This fine property has been put on the market by Mrs. Owens Adair, 31.
V., and is situated near the Astoria and South Coast ltallroad.
PRICES, S50 AND SOO.
FOK SALE V,Y
McGOWAN BROS. & TUTTLE, Third St., East of Olney.
No Time Like the Present.
LOTS JOIXLNG THE CITY LIMITS IN
BERRY'S ASTOIUAaniHANTHORN'S ASTORIA
fheaiMT to-day than at any future time. This property Is advancing .Terms easy.
Extension : to : Railway : Addition
Will lie advanced to Slis) and $123 on th- 15th inst- These are the best buys
i!ii the market.
D. H. "WELCH & CO ,
Real Estate, Insurance, General Brokers
NOTARY PUBLIC FOK OKEGOJS.
We have Property in the original townsite from $225 up
wards. Good Business and Residence Property
always on our list.
Investments made for non-residents. Correspondence so:icned.
Call and see u.
Office on Water St., Near Union Pacific Wharf and Depot.
CALL Ol: WKITK
Tlie Astoria Real Estate ant Trust Co.,
(INCORPORATED.) CAPITAL, $50,000.
President. L. P. W. QUIMBY. V.ce-Presidenf. G. W. WILLIAMS.
Secretary. W. H. EDWARDS.
Room 10,N. K. Cor. First and Alder, Portland, Or.
ROBB & PARKER, Agents,
W. L. UgLENHART,
Real Estate Broker,
Consistinc of three lots each 50x150, mak
ing a snlcnflid corner .site 150 feet square for
a fine residence, and in the best part of the
city, with magnificent views of river and
bar. Good housos all around and service
water within ten feet. Trice $5,000.
J. H. Manseli, Real Estate Broker.
E. F. NOONAN fc CO.,
J. P. HYNES,
' DEALERS IN-
"Water Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TKLKPHONE XO. 7. - P. O. BOX 893
Here's Mr Cbance !
M'Y A -
HEATING STOVE AT COST
Noe " & : Scully's.
A Cliaiici' lo Get a Fine Stove Chr-ap.
Wo Mean Uuslnes.
C9R finn Buys One-Half Business Block,
RfWl Buys a Nice Business Lot on
,JUU gecond Street.
RATI Buys a Nice Business on the cor
tmu ner Olney and Fourth Streets.
5 R(in wm "uy a Block In Adair's As
W)JW tona. one block from liorso car
line, and cleared.
s a Nice Residence and a
Corner Lot In McClure's Astoria.
Buys Choice Lots in Hustler & Ai
Cfin Buys a House and Lot in Mc-
Astoria, only two blocks
900 Will buy a Fine Residence Lot in
jt'u McClure's Astoria. Fine view.
Ofln Will buv Three Fine Lots in Al
jfc'u dcrbrook. Ixts are 50x100 each.
nnn Buvs Jjot 4 Block CO. McClure's
jWM Astoiia.only two blocks from the
CQAH Lot 1, Block 103, McClure's Astoria,
vow two blocks from schoolhouse.
Lots in the Principal Ontside Additions to Astoria.
Also some Fine Acreage suitable for Platting.
OFFICE ON THIRD ST..
0pp. Odd Fellow's Building
SILVERMAN & THORNBURG,
A SPECIALTY MADE OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
We nay the highest cash price for country produce, and guarantee square dentin;:
will receive orders for potatoes, butter and eg-s at lowest market rates
Orders from any quarter will receive prompt attention.
Six Yoke of No. I Cattle
Vouiur and In good condition. Two yoke of
splendid leaders. Terms cash, or approved
MAYGER : & : SLAUGHTER,
NEW ASTORIA is located on the harbor between
Tanzy Point and Fort Stevens, at a place where there is
water, well in shore, deep enough for the largest ships of
tke ocean. Ancborance room for hundreds of vessels,
- afctltered from every dangerous breeze that bIow.
SEAL A NO.
Tho terminus of the Uwaco and Shoalwater Hav Itailroad. TJiE GREAT
EST SUMMER RESORT ON THE NORTH WEbT COAST. Lies at the. head
of Uie Bay, at deep water, and only twelve miles from tlie bar. The coining
County Seat and Commercial Metropolis of Pacific county. Now laid out. I .nt.s
on tlie market from $50, and upwards.
For particulars and full information, call on or address
B. A. SEABORC,
Fitzgerald & Carney,
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
P. O. BOX 733.
Will be Placed on the
Market March 20th,
LOTS 50x100. $200 EACH.
For a Few Days Only.
Your Money Worili
IS WHAT YOU GET AT
Foard & Stokes
Groceries and Provision?.
Everything in a First-class Storo
Extremely Low- Figures.
Hoods Delivered all over Town.
The Highest Price raid for Junk.
FOARD & STOKES
HELO V. VAltKK!:.
CAKI. A. II X?ON
Parker & Hanson
C. L. PARKER,
New Goods Arriving Every Steame
Tlie Old Stand - Astoria Oregon.
Stockton & Welch,
Real Estate Brokers,
AND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
City, Suburban and Acreage Property For Sale.
MAIN ST., AST0KIA, OH.. 1. 0. Box 511.
No curbstone brokers employed here
Warren A Wright,
Mansell's TJuiklini;, Water Street.
I lidilU rdulUlY
Hustler & Aiken
Has been subdivided and will be put on tlie market TUESDAY.
FEBKUAItY 2otli. U00. by
VAN DUSEN GO.
THIS DESIRABLE BLOCK is entirely clear. Is situated en the proposed Cable ltoad
route between Genevieve and Main streets, and within one street
of Taylor's p.roposed Motor route.
Fresh Candies of All Kinds Manufactured Daily.
Also Handle None but the Finest and Imported Key West
I'lease Call and Give me a Tri.il. TJIIItl) ST1CEET. Next Xt. U. Tclegrapli Ofllce
N. J. BERGMAN.
City Wmte Mtmwm
--A FINE STOCK
Children's : Carriages
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
OfftdlR m Boed
Lots in Case's Astoria Are Now on Sole
AT THE OFFICE OF THE
Astoria Real Estate Co.
PRICES FROM SI 50 TO $250 EACH.
TERMS One-Half Cash ; the Balance in Six ami Twelve Months.
E. J. Ford & Co.
The Oregon Land Co,
fm -A.. OOOK, TTftxxctsoi.
HAS AN ASTORIA OFFICE
S. W. COR. THIRD AND OLNEY STREETS,
Buy and Sell Property on Commission.
We Deal in Real Estate and are Successful i:
These SEINES are made true taper anil from an actual scale, and will hang true
anil draw -when hung in to lines, and from tho
Gold Medal 1-2 Patent Twine.
RIGHT AND LEFT HAND LAID PATENT ROPE,
0 thread and larger, soft and f reo 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
EsUblhhed 1842. Boston, JIass. Capital, $350,000.
N. B. "We have tho largest Netting and Tvrino plant. New and costly machinery
has lately been added for knitting heavy Trap3 for tho Colombia river, and Seines
for the Alaska Salmon Fisheries, and the most skillful help employed.
Highest awards at Boston, 1869, Philadelphia. 1S7C London Fisheries Exposition. 18S3.
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 goiDg to happen at NEW ASTORIA,