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FEBRUARY 13 1600
City and County Official Paper.
PORTLAND'S LEADING ARGU
MEXT AGAINST ASTORIA.
The principal reason given by Port
last! men Thy Astoria "will not rise to
prosnnence as a reaport, is that the
great wheat dealing houses are now in
Portland, and that these houses -will
buy or receive consignments or wheat
aad wool only for loading on ships at
Portland. Thus, for years, until a re
cent date, the motto of about a dozen
"wealthy firms of Portland has been
We are Pertland: Portland is the
sorthwest." A study of this argument
will quickly show its weakness. It is
said that there is no money at
ria. Tins is a mistake
and trill rapidlv become
untrue. The real estate pales of the last
six months of 1SS9 placed about one
and a quarter millions of dollars in the
hands of Astoria men. by sales to out
siders. The year 1SO0 will bring in
about four millions more, and so for
succeeding years. This money is the
basis on which still more can be
brought in by loans secured. This
has been the record of every young
city of the west where outsiders have
lcgun to buy. There is money enough
in Astoria now to start several whole
sale and shipping houses of the larg
est description. Porllaud has been
hurt by using tliis same argument
against Tncoma and Seattle, but she
is still blind, by wishes and self inter
est, to the certain growth of cities out
side of herself.
Again we find, up both the Will
amette valley and the Columbia val
ley, the greatest eagerness, on the part
or producers, to break away from
Portland and ship elsewhere. The
very money wliich makes these Port
land men feel sure of holding control,
has been forced from these producers
by euormons commissions and rates of
interest: and there is no love lost
among the producers towards those
who have gathered in these profits.
The fact that these Portland men are
wealthy, that they have grown wealthy
from the country sonth and cast of
Portland, is the strongest reason avuv
that country will go to Astoria direct,
as soon as the railroads are completed
J COAST LINE RAILROAD TO CAL
IFORNIA. The day is near when the present
absurdly located "through line'' to
California will be a back country road,
and the main highway between two
great states will not bo by a series of
desperate climbiugs over summit af
ter summit or mountain ranges, but
by a naturally low grade line: and As
toria will be on that main highway,
the leading point on its northern end.
Southern Pacific company, is reported
to have said that the Oregon and Cal
One of the promiucnt officials of the
ifomin line was one of the worst pav
ing through freight lines in existence.
Astndy of the feature of construction
or this line would lead any railroad
man to predict this. The Sacramento
Hoods and washouts, the tremendous
grade and climb at Sissons, the worse
grade and climb at the Siskiyous, the
successive humpiugs over summits
between the Bogue Biver valley
and the Umpqua valley and
between the TJmpqua valley and
the Willamette valley, and especially
the side hill, sliding and slide ridden
locations and curves required to reach
all these sunmiils: the rains on these
side hill slepes: and the heavy snows,
not stationary when once cleared, but
slipping and covering and delaying
the most jwwerful rotary plows, are
all difficulties that could be lessened
or done away with on a coast road.
A coast line would not necessarily be
close along the leaeh, but rather on
an upland bench location, with long
stretches of cheap construction; curv
iug somewhat up the principal streams
crossed to lesn the length of bridges.
There would be no snow to blockade
the road in the winter, just when
tonrWs -and travelers are numerous
and willing to spend monev. to avoid
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whiter severities. The question would
be chiefly one of close and able engin
eering study to combine the bo,t
into one cheap whole. The
bridges, crossing the streams at
slack tide water, would not be subject
to washouts. The road would gather
local freight from the bottom of the
valleys, coming down hill to it; wagon
roads could be more numerous and
cbcap in the broader lower valleys; the
local business be greater because of
the greater amount of good land in
ifee widened valleys. A system of
laterals up the valley would be a
soarce of increase and strength. The
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coast as likely to tap its business and
leseea its haul. When this coast line
ssbttilt, and Astoria connected with
Sub Francisco, Oregon and Washing-
toft -will no longer le penned off in a
corset, or Astoria feel herself off the
. line of travel and activity.
The Astorian again calls attention
to the fact that the railroad should be
completed, fully equipped and in op
cra&on to the seaside by the 1st of
Mxi June. This is a necessity and
aotbiag less will be satisfactory to
tbeeewbo have put their money in
Ute enterprise. This will bring money
iate the place and be of immediate
hcBo&t. Other railroad matters of
greater value and wider horizon will
ipy our attention, but the homely
of the present should not be
ifMted. It is imperative that that
i road be completed in time for
travel of 1890.
-ad cake ten cents, at the
3IARIXE NEWS A3ID NOTES.
Two of the regular passenger boats
were at the wharf yesterday. The
Thompson came down in the morning
bringing passengers, and the lietd
towed the Zampa down. The latter
is now loading with lumber at the
West Shore mills.
The steamer Michigan for the
Sound from Portland came down Yes
terday. She has on board 30000
brick which are to be unloaded at
Fairhaven for a new block there. The
officers reported that there is so little
freight at Portland on account of tho
railway blockades that her general
cargo is small and her hold not well
filled. This condition with the brick
on deck makes a rough sea rather bad
for the steamer. If the wind is favor
able she will go out to-da.
The steamer General Milts, which
was chartered for $1000 per month by
Capt. 11. F. Beechcrand taken around
to the Sound from the Columbia river
last December, was taken away from
the charterer last Saturday evening
by the owners. Capt. 13eecher placed
the steamer on the Port Townsend
"Whatcom route, to take the place of
the steamer Point Arena, and had
failed to pay for the use of the vessel,
which was the cause of the change.
The Point Aram was taken from
Capt. Peechcr for the same reason by
the San Francisco owners. Tho de
ficiency amounted to 3300. The Gen
eral Miles will be retained in the
Sound trade, and her owners have de
cided to fulfil the mail contract with
tho government. Tho Point Arena
will run in opposition between Seattle
and Whatcom via Port Townsend and
the lower Souud islands.
Pnwazcis to Portland.
The following is tho list of passen
gers by the Jt. Jl. Thompson last
night: J. Turk, J. F. Parker, Judge
Wait, F. Branson, T. W. Cook, Miss
Ella Hucker, 1L P. Thielsen, Miss
Jennie Aram, G. S. Maun, J. D. Cuth
bert, 1L Henderson. Prof. Pratt, E.
Boulan, 11. S. Tremper, J. A. Anient,
Wm. Humble, F. B. Bobbins, Mr.
Thompson, Miss Smith, F. D. Winton,
Mr. Fitzgerald, B. A. Wheaton, 1L
Warwick, G. F. Holman, Ed. Mc
Guire, Mrs. Whitcomb, Mr. Turner,
Mrs. McCormack, W. Beidt, F. E. Ab
cmclby, J. F. Brumfield.
Tv 31ore Additions.
Two plats of real estate additions
were filed at the county clerk's office
yesterday. One is the Ocean Park
addition, and is in section 3, T. 7 N.,
B. 0 W. It comprises one hundred
acres and is intersected by the Wal
luski creelc The other is" the Pacific
Park addition in section 31, T. 8N., K.
8 W. These are filed by the Oregon
A TIGOKOUS KICK. X
A arerchanl'aWIfo tho Bono of Contend
tioii A Ionunciat.n.
A well known jacrchant who has been
greatly benefitted by Joy's Vegetable Sarsa
parilla, desired to glvo it to his wife, who
was very delicate, but out of caution first
consulted his physician, Dr. IV. 2L Griswold
of 50 Market street. The doctor, who is one
of ourlcadin; practitioners objected, saying
he had never seen a sarsaparilla that did not
contain otash, which thinned tho blood;
that his patient did not have any vitality to
lose, and that what delicate peoplo need is
not decreased vitality, but more blood. Ho
however consented when assured that Joy's
Vegetable Sarsaparilla was opposed to the
blood thinning idea of other sarsaparillas,
and that on the contrary by specific vegeta
ble alteratives it promoted digestion, and re
paired nutrition, hence created new blood
and was the very thins for Iccblc people.
The abovo explains tho many cases In which
Bgcd, delicate and run down people, havo
ofcnnI"upby Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla
titer the potash sarsaparillas failed. Its ef
fects arc creating a sensation. 5. F. Examiner
IZcrr. u Caoml Cliance.
Lots in city limits from 200 to S-'JOO,
for eight davs, at the real estate office of
Stockton & Welch.
And Free Lunch at the Telephone Sa
loon, . cents.
Ufn. i Row ou Dccli.
We are now ready for business, and
have boiuc first-class bargains in real
estate, both inside ami outride property.
We have a fine bargain in a two-story
house, with an eight-year lease, situated
on Third street near the Central hotel.
We have at a bargain a fine residence
and two lots just five blocks from our
office Xo. i).
We al-o have lots in all parts of the
city and acreage in all parts of the Mate.
We have timber claims and farms in
We do not 'pioposc to misrepiesent.
any pr porsy tJ.at we have for Mile, but
to estnbii-li :i safe and reliable business.
Call and ee us at the corner of Main
and Third Mieet-. Ileal Estate Co.Xo.lt.
I)li:ak & Il.vi:ni:sTV.
QTuiiftrm Itanlc It. of P.
Sin IvN'hjhts, Attentien: Yon will
meet at our armory on Sunday, Feb
ruary liiib, 18: at :: o'clock i i. harp,
in obedience Jo orders from regimental
!tt'iriiin:trlfix To;. 1 mid liv orlir
. sir Knisht Captain.
Alte-1: A. A. Ci.i:yi:L.vxn,
Sir KniL'iit, I(pnrur.
Penalties must be strictly enforced
for disobedience to legimcntal orders.
The late! style of Gents Boots and
Shoes at P. .1. Goodman's.
Ludlow's Ladies S.1.0Q Fine Shoes;
also flexible hand-turned French Kids,
at P.. I. Goodman's.
Do You LiIic a Good Cisar?
Call at Charley Olseifs, east of C. 11.
Cooper's. He will suit you. A fine
stock of cigars to select lrom.
! All the patent medicines advertiser
in this paper, together with the choicest
I perfumery, and toilet articles etc can
be bought at the lowest prices at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident
ADVICE TO MOTHERS
, Ii:g Wixsi.ows Soothing Srnur
j sliuultl always be used for children
lceihiiiff. It tootlios the child, softens
the cuius, allavs ail pain, cares wind
cliolic, and is the best remedy for (liar
' rlioea.Twenty-five cents a bottle.
Best Beds in town. Rooms per night
50 and 2j cts., per week S1.50. New and
clean. Private entrance.
For Fine Pliotograpks,
Go to Hisses Carrutlicrs' photograph
gallery: Third street, opposite Mor
gan & Sherman's.
Teachers' Public Examination, 1st
11HE TEACHERS' FOBLIO EXAMINA
. tion for Clatsop county, Oregon, will be
held. at the Cedar street school house; to
commence at 12 o'clock m., on the 26th day
of February. A. D. 1690. No one will be ad
mitted into the class after the examination
questions are opened, Strangersmust bring
recommendations as to their moral charac
ter, endorsed by two persons known to th?
superintendent. C W. SH1VELY,
Superintendent Public Instruction.
Astoria, Or., February 14, 1890.
FKANK W. BEACH. OF PORTLAND,
tells us tkatlie has a fine body of tide
land for sale cheap, if sold soon, His address
is 20, Multnomah block, Portland, Oregon.
The Oregon Land Go.
T. A. OOOK, Manager,
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
Sunny Mead Addition!
This Fine Property lias been put on the market by MRS.
OWENS ADAIR, M. I)., and is situated near
the Astoria & Coast Railroad.
For Sale by
McGrowan Bros. & Tuttle,
PRICES, S50 AND S60.
THIRD STREET, - - - EAST OF OLNEY.
W. L Uhlenhart & Co.,
Reai Estate and Money Brokers,
OFFICE ON THIRD ST., - Opp. Odd Fellow's Building
P. O. BOX 84 1 .
$75,000 Worth of Real Estate For Sale
I have opened my oflice with a splendid .selection of IUisincss, Kesidencc, Seaside,
Farming and Timber Land.
SOME VERY CHOICE ACREAGE PROPERTY, '
On John Day's Itlver, suitable for plattiiu:. COUUESPOXDENCE SOLICITED.
Abercrombie & Stevens,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
We Offer To-Day Choice Acreage I
Two Hundred and Twenty Acres Choitv Land on I.evi and Clarke's River, CO Acres
.Mashed and burnt. 15 Acres cleared with good House and Ham.
One Hundred and Ten Acres partly cleared on Forris Creek above Swlnson's Lauding,
Two lilocks in WAUUENTOX.
Two Blocks in MATIER'S.
HOUSES AND LOTS AT SEASIDE.
Two Ixts in HUSTLER'S &AIKEXS.
Three Ixts on West Ninth Street. ASTORIA.
Office in the Telephone Building, Opp. Thompson & Ross.
A SPECIALTY MADE
We Pay the Highest Cash Price for Country .Produce, and
Guarantee Square Dealing.
Orders From Any Quarter Will Receive Prompt Attention.
Wholesale Wine House.
Fine Wines, Choice Brands.
I havo completed arrangements for supplying any brand of Wine in any quantify
at lowest cash figures.
The Trade Supplied,
ALL ORDERS DELIVERED FREE IN ASTORIA.
Your patronage in City or Country solicited.
A. W. UTZINGER, Cosmopolitan Saloon.
OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
J. H. MANSELL,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
NOTARY PUBLIC FOR STATE OF OREGON.
City Lots and Acre Property, Ranches, Timber Lands, and Water
Frontage for Sate.
Investments made for Outside Parties.
Established, 1883. Correspondence Solicited,
Next W. TJ. Telegraph Oflice. Third St. Astoria, Oregon.
P. O. BOX 863.
Real Estate andTrust Co.
President, L. P. W. QUIMBY.
The above Company Placed the
TO ASTORIA, on the market December lSth, 1SS0. A clean
sweep of all the lots in above addition was made
by January lSth, 1S0O.
AN EXTENSION TO THE RAILWAY ADDITION
Has been placed on the market. Get in now while the
price is low.
General Office, Rooms 1G and
FRAM SPITTLE, Apt
Warren & Wright,
Real Estate Dealers,
Mnnscll's Building, Water Street.
ASTORIA, - - OREGON.
City Property, Seaside Property, Tide Lands,
Timber Lands, Farms. Etc., Bonght and Sold.
Astoria's most delightful suburb. .Lots S20 to ST5 cash or installments.
Loans negotiated and a general commission business transacted. Invest
ments for non-residents a specialty.
Flynn. the Tailor
Finest Woolen Goods for Suitings.
ALL THE LATEST STYLES.
He buys for Cash, at Eastern Prices. He Guarantees the Best Workmanship
on ail garments. Call and see for yourselves.
Barth's Block, Astoria
City Book Store
Griffin & Reed
Lots in Case's Astoria Aro Now on Sale
AT THE OFFICE OF THE
Astoria Real Estate Co,
PRICES FROM $150 TO $250 EACH.
TEBBf8:-0ne-Half Cash; tho Balance
Vice-President, C. W. WILLIAMS.
17, N. E. Cor. First and Alder
in Six and Twelve Monthg.
D.H.WELCI1. . JAS.W. "WELCH.
D. H. WELCH & CO ,
Real Estate, lance, General Biters
We have lots from $20 up. Inside prurer:yal:is l&ed for sale. Correspondence
solicited. Investments made fo'r no:i-reidents.
The prices wc give on property are guaranteed, and no fur her consultation n'cessary
w ith owners Lots within th-j city HniiLs can I e bought fnm
$250 to $300 for the next eijiht day..
Office on AVater St., Near Union Pacinc Wharf and Depot.
P. O. BOX 4G0.
Your Money s Worth
IS WHAT YOU GET AT
Foard & Stokes
Groceries and Provision?.
Everything in a First-class Store
Extremely Low Figures.
Goods Delivered all over Town.
The Highest Price Paid for Junk.
FOARD & STOKES
Stockton & Welch,
Real Estate Brokers,
AND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
City, Suburban and Acreage Property For Sale.
MAIN ST., ASTOKIA, OK., V. 0. Box 51 1. So curbstone brokers employed here
J. O. ROSS
First Glass Undertaking
New Styles, Caskets and funeral material
Next to ASTOKiA2f office.
LIDDICOAT & CRIBB.
Carpenters ami Builders.
Holt & MeCurtrie's old stand, have over 200
plates and drawings of all kinds and styles
of dwelling-houses, ranging from 000 to
SI ,200. Call and see them.
The terminus of the Ilwaco and Shoalwater Bay Kailroad. THE GREAT
EST SUMMER ItESORT ON THE NORTHWEST COAST. Lies at the head
of. the Bay, at deep water, and only twelve miles from the bar. Tho coming
County Seat and Commercial Metropolis of Pacific county. Now laid out. Lots
on the market from $30, and upwards.
For particulars and full information, rail on or address
B. A. SEABORG,
THE REAVEY PATENT CANTQOQ.
2JLSXG20RST & COXT JLXTT,
Successors to KIKK SHELDON.
HEADQUARTERS FOR LOGGERS' SUPPLIES.
ATKINS' CELEBRATED SAWS. LANDER'S LOGGING JACKS.
151 Front Street, PORTLAND, OR.
The New Model Range
CAN BE IIAD IN ASTORIA, ONLY OF
E. R. HA WES,
Agent. Call and Examine It ; You Will be Pleased. E. K. Ilawes Is also Agent for the
Buck Patent Cooking Stove,
AND OTHER FIRST CLASS STOVES.
Furnace Work, Steam Fittings, Etc., a Specialty. A Full Stock on Hand.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER LN
Groceries, Provisions and Mill Feed.
Crockery, Glass f Plated Ware.
The Largest and finest assortment of
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
Received fresh every Steamer.
These SEINES are mado truo taper and from an actual scale, and will hang true
and draw when hong in to lines, and from tho
Gold Medal 1-2 Patent Twine.
RIGHT AND LEFT HAND LAID PATENT ROPE,
9 thread and larger, soft and freo 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, Xass. Capital, f 350,000.
N. B. We have the largest Netting and Twine plant. New and cosily machinery
has lately been added for knitting heavy Traps for the Colombia river, and Seines
for the Alaska Salmon Fisheries, and the most skillful help employed.
Highest awards at Boston, 1869, Philadelphia. 1876. London Fisheries Exposition, 1883,
CAKI. A. HANSON
Parker & Hanson
C L. PARKER,
New Goods Arriving Every Steam-
The Old Stand - Astoria Oregon.
John G. Dement.
Successor to W. E. Dement & Co.
Carries Complete Stocks of
Drugs and Druggists' Sundries.
rrrscrlptlon. Carefully 4'ompeHHdeiI.
Mexican Salve and
Norwegian Pile Core
Farm for Rent
With forty-five head of cattle for half the
increase. Call or write to
Vesper, Clatsop County, Or.