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ASTOBIA. OREGON:
HON DAY
JUNE 2, 1830
City mm. CeMHtyOMcial Paper.
THE SIBERIAX RAILWAY.
Is a few years Siberia "trill be added
to the great granaries of the world.
We are accustomed to think of that
part of Russia's Asiatic possessions as
& country covered with eternal ice and
saow and swept by deadly blasts from
the Arctic ocean. Nothing could be
xaore erroneous. In character, soil,
climate and resources Siberia is
Tery much like our own im
perial northwest. The winter is severe
oa the open plains, but the summer is
warm and genial. That Siberia is not
the dreary desert it is popularly sup
posed to be is shown by the fact that
the projected trans-Siberian railway
"will ran north of the 55th parallel, or
at an average latitude of 700 miles
farther north than Minneapolis, and
about 250 miles beyond the northern
most point touched by the Canadian
Pacific Railroad.
The Great Siberian road will be the
largest single line of railway in the
world, or at least the largest line as
yet built or projected. The distance
from the Ural mountains to Yaldi
TOstok, its eastern terminus, is 4,500
Biles, or 1,500 miles more than the
distance between Quebec and Vancou
ver. At the present time the commer
cial importance of this new line of
traffic and travel can only be a mat
ter of conjecture, but that it will be
great and in many respects epoch
making does not admit of the slight
est doubt
Northern Asia is a remote country,
yet the construction of the trans
Siberian railway is a matter in which
tie northwest is decidedly concerned.
It will open up a vast area peculiarly
adapted to wheat-raising, a country
where a virgin soil and cheap labor
will combine to stimulate an immense
production. Yc are not here dealing
with remote future possibilities. The
Siberian railway will be open for
traffic within four years from
bow, and agricultural immigra
tion will then be attracted by
liberal offers of free laud. Already
Siberian wheat has been exhibited in
European markets in limited quanti
ties. When an outlet for the product
has been provided, the industry will
expand and the surplus available for
export will increase from year to year.
The Siberian railway will connect with
the railroad systems of Russia proper,
Finland, Sweden and Norway. It is
probable that one of the many
excellent harbors in the northern part
of the latter country will be
the western terminus of a
groat trans-European and trans-Asiatic
railway system and the chief empor
ium for the Siberian wheat destined
for the market? of western Europe.
Siberia will become one of the chief
grain exporters of h world, auJ onr
farmers will feel the depressing effect
! Siberian comietition it they con
tinue to depend upon foreign markets
for the sale of their surplus. Ry the
taae the agricultural resources of
Borthem Asia shall have been devel
oped the United States will have gone
oat of the wheat-exporting business.
Frrrr years ago a young country
man from Vermont went to Boston to
try his fortunes. He hit upon the
idea of establishing a parcel earning
business between Boston and New
York, he being responsible for the
safety of the parcels. His patronage
was not large. At first he carried all
the parcels he had between the two
cities in his carpet bag, and there was
aot more than money enough to pay
kk traveling expenses, hardly that
sometimes. The young countrymau's
same was Alvin Adams, and yesterday
the Adams Express company cele
brated its fiftieth anniversary. It has
a capital of 12,000,000, carries par
cels to every state and territory in the
Union, and keeps 2,000 wagons, 3,000
horses and 20,000 men busy the year
round.
The Astoriax yesterday was the
oaly paper in Oregon or Washington
that had the news of the acquisition
by England of the Congo Free States.
Even the Oregonian was scooped.
Tsr Astokiax had a column account
of it This is the biggest piece of
aews sent across the sea in years, and
the first publication of it in Astoria's
Iwrfing paper, shows what a live news
paper can do. It is a great triumph
for Salisbury, the British prime
minister, and a feather in his cap to
be able to do what he has, and is to
bis official tenure of office what the
treaty of San Stefano was to the
astute Beaconsfield.
0e of the best and most unique in
VOBtio&s is a machine for buttering
bread. It is used in connection with a
patent bread-cutter, and is intended
far we in prisons, work-houses and
other reformatory institutions.
Faascxs E. Wzlibd, in her walks
abomt Chicago, has discovered women
make shirts for 75 cents a dozen,
Will Have Railroad Connection Sooner Than Any Other Point
Because its owners are liberal and not afraid to give inducmnts to RAILROADS, MQTOR-ilJNES; or to any other Substantial Improvement. A Large
NBW ASTORIA is tftTHrvrite, and lots are stlling fast. Come, Examine the Property and Buy.
and furnish their own thread. She
also finds children working twelve
hours a day for SI a week.
Ml
The United States court at Grand
Rapids has decided that insurance
companies must pay the actual dam
ages sustained by property insured,
and the profits that would accrue on
such property as welL
- .
Ik Portland everything on the
Democratic ticket is being traded for
Pennoyer. The most of the tradincr
here will be on the legislative ticket
Theke should be a full vote to-day.
It is the duty, as well as the privilege
of every legally qualified voter to
assert his opinion at the polls.
The political complexion of the new
immigration to this country is consid
ered an unknown factor in the result
of to-day's contest
Pexnoyer's majority in this county
in 'S8 was 359. To-day's vote will tell
a different story.
It is estimated that 150,000 new
comers will arrive in Oregon this year.
. .
Brightens Prospects.
Between Albany and Astoria several
towns are speculating over their pros
pects on account of the Albany and
Astoria road. The Sheridan Courier
Bays:
"Now that the surveyors of the
Albany and Astoria railroad have set
to work surveying the lino of that road
from Astoria to Tillamook, and as the
line has already been surveyed from
Albany by Sheridan, our prospects of
securing a road to the sea again
brightens up. The graders, it is said,
will begin work at Astoria when the
survey is completed to Tillamook, and
as there is already 2,000,000 in guar
anteed subscriptions behind the
scheme, the road will likely be built
in a short time." And the Monmouth
paper comes to hand with the remark:
"Now let us see where Monmouth
stands regarding this lino. A survey
has been made from Albany and it
passes within a short distance just
far enough to be comfortable of the
central portion of our fair city. It
doesn't make any difference if the lino
is built from Astoria first Albany will
also run her end of the line and the
connection will probably be made at
Sheridan. The road is sure to be
built and Monmouth is sure to become
as good an inland town as there is in
the state.
Millions in It.
"There is millions in a gold sand
bank near Peterson's point at the
mouth of Gray's harbor," Samuel
Benn, of Aberdeen, declared last even
ing at The Tacoma. "It's an old story
though," he continued, "and quite a
fortune has been sunk by various
parties in attempting to develop or
work it You see the precious metal
contained in the sand is what is called
flour gold. So far no machine has been
invented which will separate the very
fine particles of gold from the sand.
Some thirty years ago attempts were
made to work the sand, but all efforts
resulted in failure. The gold is found
in black sand, and tons upon tons of it
is in sight Nobody is now paying
much attention to it, but I reckon a
machine will some day be invented
which will separate the gold from the
sand, t have been inspecting a ma
chine which Judge Ruasel invented.
He says it will do the work and I am
inclined to think it will"
Mr. Benn located on Grays Harbor
two score years ago. Speaking of the
probability of a railroad being built
to the harbor by Mr. Hunt he said he
was ready to inew his subsidy,
amounting to several thousand dol
lars, it Hunt or anybody else would
agree to construct a" road direct from
the Northern Pacific to Aberdeen.
Tacoma Leger.
To the Citizens of Clatsop County,
Oregon.
T
HE CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY As
sessor on the Democratic ticket. Thos
Dealey. participated in the followinc named
battles and skirmishes of the Army of the
roiomac during tne wilt ior tno suppression
of the rebellion, to-wit :
1st. Bull ltuu. July 21.1801 ;2d, West Point.
May 7, 1802 : 'M, Gaines' Hill, .June 27, lftJ2 ;
4th, Nelson's Farm, June 30, 1802 ; 5th, Mal
crn Hill, July 1.1W2; Gth.IJull ItunNo.2,
August 30. 18C2; 7th, South Mountain, Sep
tember H, 18C2 ; fcth, AntJctain, September
17, 18G2; Sttli, Fredericksburg No. 1, Decem
ber 13, 18C2; 10th, Fredericksburg No. 2,
May 3, 1803; llth. Salem Hoists, May 3,
ISC3 ; 12th, Cett jsbur. July 2. 3 and 4, 1SJ3 ;
13th, Funk's Town, July 7, 18C3 ; 14th, Cul
pepper Court House, September 13, 18:3;
15UI, Raccoon Fonl, September 14, 18G3;
lGih, Jack's fehop. September 22, 18(3; 17th,
Morton's Fonl, October 10, 1C3 ; 18th. Stev
emsburx. October 10. 1803; liltli, Brandy Sta
tion, October 11. 1803 ; 20th, Bealton Station,
October 23. 180J; 21st. Major's Farm, No
vember 8. 1803 ; 22J, the Wilderness, May
C, 18Gl;23d, Todd's Taern, May 8, 1854;
21th, lleaer Dam Station, May 10, 1801;
2-Mh. Glenn Allen. May 11, 1801; 20th, Cold
Harbor. May 12. 1801; 27ta. Mlllford No. 1,
Mav23. 1801; 28th, Hancs' Shop, May 27,
ISO! ; 2Jth,MaUdequin. May 31, 1HH ; 30th,
ltunin'a Farm, June 1,1801 ; 'list. Old Church,
Junel. 1801 ;32d, Jerusalem Plank ltoad,
June l. 1801 ; 3Jd. Yellow Tavern. June r.
1831; 31th, Bottom's Urldge. June 6, 1801;
35th, Trevillian Station, June 12, 1804 ; 30th,
Deep Bottom, July 30 and 31, 1804 ; 37th,
Strasburs No. 1. August 13th. 1804; 38th,
Sinithlleld, August 28, 1S64 ; 39th, Newtown,
August 29, 1801 ; 40th. Middleton, August 30.
1801 ; 4lst, Onpoqiumo Creek, September 10,
1801 ; 42d, Winchester. September 19. 1864 ;
Hd, Strasburg No. 2. September 20, 1884 ;
llth, Miirord No. 2. September 22d,16G4;
45th, Luray, September 24, 1801 ; 46th, Snake
Hill. September, 25, 1801.
(Olllclal.) JOHN A. DARLING,
Brevet Major U. S. A.
A Safe Investment.
rUHE ASTORIA BUILDING & LOAN AS-
JL sociation has now entered upon its
fourth year, under the most favorable cir
cumstances, and for a person of limited
means, especially those who are wage work
ers, it offers a splendid investment. The
seventh seiies of stock will be opened June
1st. J.1103C wishing to subscribe will please
call on V. L. ROBB, Secretary.
lOW IS THE TIME!
ROSS&WIRT
Are ready to raise and move houses.
"We are the boss at building streets, side
walks and bulkheads. Shingling houses a
specialty. Jack screws, blocking, rollers and
cribs for rent. Shop on Fourth St., bet. Cass
and Genevieve.
iwniiiiiiiiiiiimniwi
NOTICE.
4.
All voters are hereby notified
that our names were placed on the
Union Party ticket without our
knowledge and consent, and un
der no circumstances will we allow
our names to be used as candi
dates. Voters will please remem
ber this and not sacrifice their
party's strength by casting a vote
for either of us as Sheriff or Clerk
on the Union Party Tioket.
VICTOR MICHAELS0N.
A. A. HILLBACK.
OXE NIGHT OKLY.
Wednesday, Juue 4th, 1890.!
First and Only Appearance of the Renowned
and Celebrated Hind Reader,
CARL B. KING!
The Fsycheleglcal WH4er !
Tha Peer of the lata Washington Irving
Hisnop, assisted uy me jramous
Young Planint,
Alvali Glover Salmon !
INTERESTING.
MYSTERIOU8.
HAZARDOUS.
MARVELOUS.
WONDERFUL.
STARTLING.
MIRACULOUS.
Reserved Seats on said Tuesday moraine.
June sd, 9 a. ., at the New York Novelty
siore.
War. "W. WnERRr.
Richard ILiiutr,
Civil Engineer.
S. A. "WnKEBV.
Wherry & Harry,
Real Estate
AND SURVEYING. TOWNSITE TOBK
A SPECIALTY.
City and Suburban Property Bold on Com-
mlstloa. Investment Madd for
Ontsldo Partiw.
REFERENCES
I. W. Case, Banker. Judg C. n. Page.
Office em Third Street,
Near Court House. - ASTORIA. OR.
Lots In this Beautiful Addition for sala at
$60 each : $20 down, Balance fit per
month. Fla'ji aud copv of ab
stract furnished free.
-ALSO-
Astoria Suburbs I
Fire Acre Tracts east of Astoria and only
one and one-nan mile rxora uoiumoia
River at $300 each ; f 100 casfc,
balance &M per month.
J. H. MANSELL,
Real EcUU Brkrt - ASTOBIA, OB,
I
Inconsequence ef the demand for tkose
beautiful level lots, Mr. P. C. Warren Mas
oeen induced to plat ninety-six lots
Adjoining Wirrenton on the Eitt.
Which will be knawn aad sold as
East Warrenton I
THE RAILROAD runs tnroagn the plat,!
vtuicii 13 uuij ai jraruo iruin uie vtzutuiuuu
depot. For further Information call at
once on the
ASTORIA REAL ESTATE CO.
Wharf Contract
BIDS FOR THB BUILDING OF A
wharf at North Cove, Washington, will
be received at the company's office in Nortn
Cove until June 10th, said wharf to be 1,200
feet long, is feet wide and. ana a dock lSxls
feet. The trustees of said .wharf company
reserving ine nguc to reiecr. aii oiaa.
FRANK M. PETERSON, Pre.
WARREN F.SCHKLDKRAYS, See.
North Cove, May 22, 1890,
FOR SALE.
About 33 acres, lying betweea Schenck'a
Astoria and South Addition, in section 28.
This niece of land belur onlr ne-auarter
mile from the military road oa ono side and 1
uuu-uau imic uuju ituu iay river ua lue
other, is very suitable for platting and will
be offered for a few days at a,0. Terms,
ono-half cash, balance on time.
J. U. MANSELL.
Real Estate Broker.
Astoria Iron Work
Concomly St,, Foot of Jackson, Astoria. Or
General
Machinists and Bier Men.
Land and Marina Enjzinea
BOlfiEB WOBE,
Steamboat Work mni Canaery Wtrh
A IPaCXACTT.
Castinit ef til Dtscriptltns Male
U Order at Shirt Hitke.
JOHX FOX.....
A.L.FOX,
J. G. HUSTBB
Frsldrat. mat ft
Vice FrwMent
For Salt.
THE ENTIRE HOD OF THB GOOD.
win Jersey cows for sale after Jsaa 1st,
at Goodwin's farm, ikipaaoa, Clatsop Co.
909
Boss
On
House
Anon
an
EAST
mi
NTON
NEW
THE
Saturday
Surprise
SALES !
Inaugurated by HERMAN
WISE are a Great Success.
fn fact people are interested
to such an extent that they
watch "The Daily Astorian"
in order to be posted on
what line is to be sacrificed
next.
Any day in the week (ex-
cept Sunday) one can go
into HERMAN WISE'S
Great Clothing Store and
find Choice Goods, just suit-
able to their taste and purse,
but his SATURDAY SUR
PRISE SALES are the
great event.
Remember There it but One
HermanWise
In the Occident Hotel Building.
J. B. Wyatt,
DEALERS IN
Hardware and Skip Chandlery,
Pare Oil, Bright Varnish. Binacle Oil,
Cottn Canvas Hemp Sail Twine,
9ttn canvas iiemp sau Awin
Lard Oil. Wrought Iron Spikes,
uii. wrougnc iron sp
Galranlzed Cut Nails.
Agrlciltnral implements, Sewing
Machines, Paints, Oils,
orle, Hto.
FRE3P FRUITS!
CANDY, NUTS, ETC.,
Erer) thing in Season.
Ford Ferrell
FIRST-CLASS
I Barfeor Skap 1m tke Bear X
Next f Central Hotel , Astoria, Oregon .
ASTORIA TRANSFER CO.
AND
Livery Stables.
uoarejancea ol any kind, on short notice.
rransxemn
. etc a sueclaltr.
Teiepnone.No, 12.
H. W. SHERMAN A CO.
Tkielsen, Lester & Andersen,
CIVIL ENGINEERS,
ISurreyors and Architects.
Office, Room 9, Fi.avei.'s Bt.t'o
SECOND STREET
1 P. O. Box 813. ASTORIA, OR.
Net Racks For Rent.
The cBYeniently located and commodious
net racks known as the West Coast Packing
uo.i, cam ae rentea on very reasonable
terms. For farther particulars apply to
T. W. PABKEK.
Magnus G. Crosby
Dealer In
HABDf ARE, IRON, STEEL!
Ira Pipe and Fittings, Stores, Tin
ware, and
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Sfeoet Laad. Strip Lead , Sbeet Iron.
id. Strip Lead, Si
Tia and Copper.
J. H. MANSELL,
REAL ESTATE BROKER. -
NOTAEY PUBLIC FOR STATE OF OREGON.
City Lots and Acre Properly, Ranches, Timber Lands, and Water
. Frontage tor bale.
Correspondence Solicited. r. O. Box 3G3. Established 1SS3.
INVESTMENTS .MADE FOR OUTSIDE TART1ES.
Next V. U. Telegraph Office.
u
Mikado"
CANDY
To-Day-Fine lee Oream SodaTo-Day
Also Handle None but the Finest Key West and Imported
OIG -
Please Tall and Gi e me a Trial.
I L. 1LEIART.
Oflicc on Third
St., Opp. Odd Fellow Temple.
ASTORIA, OREGON.
Lots in WARRENTON and WEST WAP.RENTON For Sale,
On Installment nan. Discount for C.isl!.
A residence in Astoria since 1ST2 enables
mc to cive the best of information respect-
lng property In Astoria and this vicinity.
FRED
Saddles and Harness
A LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM.
GOODS AT SAU PRAITCISCO PRICES.
I make a specialty of good work and guarantee satL-fjctlon. At the Old Stand, Wes
Side Ohicy Street, Near W1N011 & Fisher":.
ASTORIA, OREGON.
C. It. SOREXSON.
Sorenson A Co.,
Real Estate Agents!
NOTARY
Correspondence Solicited.
r. o. Box 10:;.
D. H. WELCH & CO.,
Real Estate. Insurance, SeiraLBrotas
NOTARY PUKLIO
We
have Property in the original townsitc from $225 up
wards. Good Business and Residence Property
always on
In estments made for non-residents. Correspondence solicited.
Call and see us.
Office en Water Street, Near
Im m en so Stock.
OF-
FURNITURE
CHAS. HEILBOHN
Two car loads received : More on the way.
You are invited to see the finest display of
Furniture, Carpets, eta, in the cily. Prices reasonable.
THE OLD STAND, - ASTORIA,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN.
Groceries, Provisions and Mill Feed.
o
Crockery, Glass Plated Ware.
o
The Largest and finest assortment of
Frosh. Fruits and Vegetables.
Received fresh every Steamer.
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Of Best Quality, and at
LOWEST PRICES,
AT THE
SIGN OF THEJOLDEH SHOE.
I3sr :B:Ja.s:38.
ASTORIA !
Third St. Astoria, Oregon.
FACTORY
ARS.
THIRD STKEET. Xet W. U. "Telegraph Oillce
Real Estate Brier
P. O. Rex S41.
T T IT Fl T T?TW1T ATJT
TT .XJi J JLaJLJJLiJLXJ.iJLAaX
I AtJLM.
SBS
SAIZ
larsuvsss
C. S. GUXDERSON.
PUBLIC.
Office on Olncy Street,
Uetv.een i-econd and Third.
'?
FOR OREGON.
our list.
Union l'acific "Wharf and Depot
the -
Largest : Stock !
the
Lowest i Prices 1
OR.
j. in .i.i..ii.i.im
H. EKSTROM,
Practical : Watchmaker,
ASTORIA, OB.
A fine line or Gold and Silver Watches,
Solid Gold and Plated Jewelry, Clocks, etc.,
at reasonable prices. Repairing Promptly
Done. Opposite Crow's Gallery.
lpamgm3Btoa?l
EaaHaaMBiD
CLOSING OUT SALE !
- JLT
BEGINNING
IwMWin
We will offer for Sale onr entire Stock BELOW ITS OR
IGINAL COST. Surprise bargains every day.
Orders from the country will receive prompt
attention and the benefit of our reduction.
TERMS OF SALE
New York Novelty Store,
Havel's Brick Building,
T. B. LOTJG-HERY,
DRALKK IN
Cigars, : Tobaccos, : and : Cigarettes !
CONFECTIONERY, ETC.
TiOyK BUT TIIK BEST BRANDS IIANIJ.EI.
THIRD STKEET,
Opposite Halm's
CITY BOOK STORES.
Spring Season 1890.
Baby Carriage. Doll Carriages. Bird Cages,
uroquet aeis. Hammocks, uasc uaus
and Bats, Foot Balls.
Fishing Tackle, Air Gnns. "Wagons. Picnic
and Lunch Baskets, Boiler Skates, etc.
THIRD STREET,
GRIFFIN :
Wholesale Wine House.
Fine Wines, Choice Brands.
I have completed arrangements for supplying any brand of Wine in any quantity
at lowest cash figures.
The Trade Supplied,
Families Supplied.
ALL ORDERS DELIVERED FREE IN ASTORIA.
Your pntronago in City or Country solicited.
A. W. UTZINGER. Cosmopolitan Saloon.
SEALAND.
The terminus of the Ihvaco and Shoahvater Bay Railroad. THE GREAT
EST SUMMER RESORT ON THE NORTHWEST COAST. Lies at the head
of the Ray, at deep water, and only twelve miles from the bar. The coming
County Seat and Commercial Metropolis of Pacific county. Now laid out. Lots
on the market from S50, and upwards.
Kor particulars and full information, call on or address
B. A. SEABORC,
Stockton
AND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
City, Suburban and Acreage Property For Sale.
MAIN ST., ASTORIA, OK., P. 0. Box 511. No curbstone brokers employed here
The Leading -Tailors.
Fiedler : &
Call and See Our Nobby Stock of Spring Goods
Just Arrived.
It comprises the latest goods in the market, and we offer them at prices "never
before heard of in Astoria, and guarantee the best and most
comfortable fitting suits in the city.
Next to C. H. Cooper's
The New Model Range
CANBI
R
CAN BE HAD IN
Agent. Call and Examine It ; You "Will be Pleased. E.B. Dawes 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.
RHHMNIHIIIIIIIIHHN
on the Harbor.
Railroad Wharf is to be completed there by June 5th.
THE -
TO - MORROW,
STRICTLY CASH.
Opp. Occident Hotel.
ASTORIA, OREGON
Hoot and Shoe Store.
Spring Season 1890.
A Splendid Stock of Fine Stationery, Blank
Books School Books and Supplies
Just Received,
A Full Stock of Paper Nov els.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
ASTORIA, OR.
& : REED.
& Welch,
: McDonald.
Astoria, Oregon.
ASTORIA, ONLY OF
E. J. FORD & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS

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