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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1890)
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.MAKCH 19, 1890
Cttj- u Chb(j OMcIml Paper.
Pxxtxr has a new paper called
Whyl Nobody seems to know why
The rivers and harbors bill will be
ready in about three weeks. The ap
propriations will reach $20,000,000.
Ecbopeak princes seem to regard
the United States as a sort of patented
nacfcipe where they can drop a title
in the slot asd get a wealthy wife.
KJe, look,1 exclaimed the Chicago
girl at dinner, "here's something in the
wop.'" "Look at it closely," said her
brother, "and see if it isn't New York."
The level headed Tacoma A'ews
thinks that n man with a sack, who
ttakes people to start & newspaper
to farther his own personal schemes
k bound to lose. Every time.
Dom Pkdbo says he would like to
return to Brazil as n private citizen.
At this distance north of tho equator
it looks very much as though it would
be difficult for him to return in any
The Kansas Farmers' alliance op
poses any further immigration from
Europe. The alliance claims that
things are bad enough now, and if
laore people are induced to come there
the condition of affairs will bo even
Mr. Pakxeia, has decided to prose
cute the newspapers that copied the
libelous articles published by tho Lon
don Times. If he keeps this up long
enough ho ought to get enough in
damages to effectually screen him from
want in his old ago.
Yix.LiBD, it is scmi-officially an
nounced, has completed his arrange
ments for the liquidation of the Orc-
roa Transcontinental. An official
statement shows that Oregon Trans
continental stock has a book value of
about $15 per share.
which has added immensely to the com
fortof the English town workerbutren
ders it impossible for tho home farmer
to continue to pay the rentals of a few
years ago. The revenues of the aris
tocratic owners of country estates are
correspondingly reduced, and soma of
them who are loaded down with ob
ligations to pay annuities to younger
members of the family, are reallv
land-poor in consequence.
Sxrxiii more indicative of trouble in
the old world is apparent in the tele
graph dispatches on the first vase.
which came over the wires last night.
Disruption of cabinet by wholesale
resignation, and a growing socialistic
sentiment are enough to
keep Germany in hot water.
while England and the other
nations have gigantic strikes to look
out for, which may yet result serious
ly. Labor must bo fairly treated by
capital, or the trouble will not be all
on tho other side of the Atlantic. Our
own fair land is almost on the verge of
an impending crisis, which can be
averted only by a little more regard
for the rights of the laborers and pro
ducers of the country.
Is Consumption IncHrmblc?
Head the follewing: Mr. C. II. Morris,
Newark, Ark says: "Was down with
Abscess of Lungs, and friends and phy
sicians pronounced me an Incurable
Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, am
now on my third bottle, and able to
oversee the work on my farm. It is tho
finest medicine ever made."
Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio,
says: "Had it not been for Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption I
would have died of Lung Troubles. Was
given up by doctors. Am now In best
of health." Try it. Sample bottles free
at J. W. Conn's Drug Store.
Best Beds in town. Booms per night
SO and 23 cts., per week S1.50. Dew and
clean. Private entrance.
Meals CeekeO. te Order.
Private rooms for ladies and families:
at Central Kestaurant, next to Foard &
It is now given out cold that "Wm.
Windom, the secretary of tho treasury,
once actually rode & mule," and the
tact is being published all over the
eountry. As long as "Windom didn't
steal the mule we don't know as there
m anything remarkable in the story.
Is it not about time for some patri
otic imaginations to start a rumor to
the effect that the numerous English
syndicates, having secured all the
purchasable enterprises of America,
are being huddled together by several
wealthy Americans and formed into a
Jams Zohbab, England's minister
to Hayti, is in New York on his way
feoaae for a visit Chatting with a re
porter about Haytian affairs, he ex
pressed tho opinion that there would
soon be another fight in that country.
Perhaps thatis the reason he is get
Ekfxbor WrLiiiAM, of Germany,
appears to bo growing as fond of mak
ttf after dinner speeches as Chicago's
friend, Chaunoey M. Depew. It is
Botioeable, however, that what Will
am says, being backed by an army
one million strong, carries greater
weight than Mr. Depew's utterances.
Kb. Hxxnr Vxelabd has notified
the twin cities of St. Paul and Minne
apolis that it they will place 31,000,000
at hk disposal he will issue stock to
Sbem for the amount and make that
aeighborhood the greatest manufac
turing center in tho entire northwest
Bat as he makes this liberal offer con
ditional upon the twin cities dropping
their rivalry and working in harmony
with each other, it does not seem to
tend in much danger of acceptance.
Irs. Derby & Mrs. Meizie
Ha e Received a Fine
0 SPRING 0
W 1 1
To which they call the attention of tho La
mes 01 Astoria ana vicinity.
They have added DHESSM4.KING to their
ousmess ana nave engaged a nrst-ciasa
Dressmaker from PortlandT to take charge of
KNOWN AS THE OLD MILL PROPERTY.
Tfae Finest Inside Prop-
on the Market
J. H. MANSELL,
- REAL ESTATE BROKER,
NOTABY PUBLIC FOB STATE OF OBEGON.
City Lots and Acre Property, Ranches, Timber Lands, and Water
Frontage for Sale.
CorrcsjKMidcr.ee Solicited. r. O. Box 3GJ. Established 1S63.
INVESTMENTS MADE FOR OUTSIDE PARTIES.
Next YV. U. Telegraph Office. Third St Astoria, Oregon.
The Mikado Candy Factory
Manufactures Daily the Finest of Peanut Taffy, Molasses
Chewing Peppermints, Vanilla and Straw
Only Time Forts of a le South of)
U I P. 1 1
Also Handle None but the Finest and Imported Key West
l'lcase Call ami fihe nirt a Tri.il. THIRD KTKEET, Next W. U. Telegraph Offlce
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 wHl be traversed by a ciible 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
D. H. WELCH & CO ,
Heal Estate, Insurance, General Broters
NOTARY TUBLIC FOR OREGON.
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 solicited.
Call and see us. Ofllce on Water Street, near Union Pacidc Wharl and Depot.
Great Slaughter Sale
For Particulars Inquire of
Waeren & Weight
No Time Like the Present.
LOTS .I07XINC THE CITY LIMITS IX
BERRY'S ASTORIA anHANT HORN'S ASTORIA
("Iip.iimt to da than at any future time. This property Is advancing Terms easy. -.
LOTS IX '
Extension : to : Railway : Addition
TIIESK ARE THE J JEST 31 YS OX THE MARKET.
Stationery, Musical Goods and
Notions, for the Next
CALL Olt WRITE --
BUY YOUR LOTS IN
Change of Business.
IIIAVE THIS DAY BOUGHT OUT THE
business of Marlon and Bergman. All
bills due up to date will be collected by the
undersigned. JACOB STKAUSS.
Aitona, Or., March H, '90.
A ICxs&ouri man who lost his eye in
ft railway accident sued the company,
wd a jury lias just given a verdict in
kB favor, the award being $10,000.
Tbe company has appealed. The offi
cials do not think an eye is worth any
eh sum. It the value of a human
lite k only $5,000, which figure is now
pretty well established by precedent,
it ie no wonder they demur. If
this verdict is approved there will have
te be a thorough and radical readjust
BM&t of anatomical values.
The SW 1-4 of Block No. 22,
Consisting of three lots each 50x150. mak
ing a splendid corner site 150 feet square for
anneiesldencc, and In the best part of tae
city, "with magnificent views of river and
bar. Good liousos all around and service
water within ten feet. Price $5,000.
J. H. Mansell, Real Estate Broker.
Valuable Acreage for Sale
The 55-Acre Tract of niram Gray with Im
provements thereon, valued at 2,000, at
$250 per acre. Apply to
E. C. LEWIS, or W. B. ADAIR.
TParjxi. for Rent
With forty-lHe head of cattle for half the
increase. Call or write to
O. P. JOIIANSON.
Vesper, Clatsop County, Or.
Morgan & Sherman
And Dealers In
Sunny Mead Addition!
TO ASTORIA. This fine property has been put on the market by Mrs. Onrns Adair, M.
D., and Is situated near the Astoria and South Coast Railroad.
PRICES, S50 AND S60.
McGOWAN BROS. ft TUTTLE, Third St., East of Olney.
W. L. TJHLENHART,
Real Estate Broker,
, fUU) Buys One-Half Business Block,
fUUV centrally located.
Eftf! Buys a Nice Business Lot on
,AJU second Street,
CR Rflfl Buys a Nice Business on the cor
9SfJW ner olney and Fourth Streets.
C5 Hftft Will buy a Block In Adair's As
PJjuu tona. one block from horse car
line, and cleared.
CQ (lflfl Buys a Nice Residence and a
s9v,JW corner Lot lu McClure's Astoria.
C99R Buys Choice Lots in Hustler & A I
ttJ ice., Astoria.
Cl RTin Buvs a House and Lot in Mc-
I jJUv ciure'd Astoria, only two blocks
Cl 900 Will buy a Fine Residence Lot In
I jbUU McClure's Astoria. Fine view.
Oftfl Will buy Three Fine Lots In AI
jCMU derbroofc. Lots are 50x100 each.
C9 fW) Buys Lot 4, Block SO. McClure's
,uuu AstorIa,only two blocks from the
Lot 1. Block 10S, McClure's Astoria,
two blocks from schoolhouse.
Lots in the Principal Outside Additions to Astoria.
Also some Fine Acreage suitable for Platting.
OFFICE ON THIRD ST..
Opp. Odd Fellow's Building
Look at the Bargains.
Tie Astoria Seal Estate aid Trust Co.,
(INCORPORATED.) CAPITAL, $50,000.
Flavors Brick Building, Opp. Occident Hotel.
President L. P. W. QUIMBY. V.ce-Presidenf, C. W. WILLIAMS.
Secretary. W. H. EDWARDS.
Room 1G, N. E. Cor. First and Alder, Portland, Or.
ROBB & PARKER, Apts,
The Leading Tailors.
Fielder ; & : McDonald.
Call and See Our Nobby Stock of Spring Goods
It comprises the latest goods in the market, ami wc offer them at prices never
before heard of in Astoria, ami guarantee the best and most
comfortable fitting suits in the city.
Next to G. H. Cooper's
Cl 1 nnil wm buy 4 Ln:s on Strcot Car!
r vw uQe ana 50 reel Water Front
jige, near U. P. Wharf.
xoxa leue on a 500-acre farm in
expired the other day and
lease "was issued to the same
He has been paying 36,000.
Far the coming year his rent will be
oaly $2,500. The reduction is more
a half and is chiefly due to the
offerings of very cheap
from this and other countries,
Special Attention Clvento Filling
A FULL LINE CARRIED
And Supplies funiNtied Ht Satis
Purchases delivered In any part of the city.
Office and Warehouse
In Uume's New Kutldlug on Water Street
P. O. Rex U. Telephone No. 87.
. P. N00NAN fc 00.,
J. P. HYNES,
Water Street, Astoria, Oregon.
TELEPHONE NO. 7. - P. O. BOX SM
NEW ASTORIA is located on the harbor between
Tmtj Point and Fort Stevens, at a place where there i
wler, well in anore, aeep enougn ior ik wgcBi. -ut
the oeeaB. Anchorance room for hundreds of Teasels,
frost every dangerous breeze mat diows.
Will buy Reed Business Corner
on Street Car line, soxiso.
Good Business Comer on Street
Car line, conso.
Good Business Lot on Street Car
Will buy a Bock In Williams-port.
Business Lot, One-Half Block
from Street Car, 50x150.
Will buy 250 Acres of Land with
1 RfV) w,n b,,y aGml Residence I.ol.
. ,www ,oX1a
Cl Ifin WHl huvlGO Acres of Lnml, (nt
. , . ww gt
Quarter iMile from ColuuiM i Kh.
41 And Will Buy 00 I
I UUU wan ,ouse.
Acres of Tlli I.:m,
A)ft Will buy 60 Acres of Title ImmI ;
V uood location.
Will buy good Corner Iot in OInej's
to S2.V) w.ll buy I.o!s in Block No.
70, bhhely s Astoria.
Will buyiOAcreof good Tide I.ina,
For Particulars Call at the Office of
D. S. WELCH & CO,
Fitzgerald & Carney,
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. ...
P. O. BOX 733.
WiU be Placed on the
Market Mmrck 20th, 1890,
aid Will Be Sold t Uni
fim Prices at either Agcy.
My Book Stop
A FINE STOCK
Children's : Carriages
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
Hustler & Aiken's Addition
Has been subdivided and is now on the market.
VAN DUSEN A CO.
THIS DESIRABLE BLOCK is entirely clear. Is situated on the proposed Cable Road
route between Genevieve and Slain streets, and within one street
of Taj lot's proposed Motor route.
The Oregon Land Co.
HAS AN ASTORIA OFFICE
1 S.JW. COR. THIRD AND OLNEY STREETS,
Buy and Sell Property on Commission.
We Deal in Real Estate and are Successful in
Lois in Case's Astoria Are Now on Sale
AT TUB OFFICE OF THE
Astoria Real Estate Co.
PRICES FROM $150 TO $250 EACH.
TJEIMIS One-Half Cash; the JJalancu in Six ami Twelve Months.
E. J, Ford & Ge:
Keen t Cook.
These SEINES are made true taper and! from an actual scale, and will hang true
and draw when hung in to lines, and from the
Gold 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
EataMlsked 1842. Boatoo, Maw. Capital, $350,990.
N. B. Wo have the largest Netting and Twine plant. New and costly machinery
has lately been added for knitting heavy Traps for tho Colombia river, and Seines
for the Alaska Salmon Fisheries, and the moat skillful help employed.
Highest awards atBoston, 18(59, Philadelphia. 1876. London Fisheries Exposition, 18S3,
lts fronUge naturally affords the finest opportunity
for bnildinff, docks "where ships may exchange freights
with the-raUroad cars with but one hauling. -And that is
just what i gosag Mr happen at NEW ASTORIA,
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