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ASTORIA, OREGON: FRIDAY ...OCTOBEIUG.ISSj The result of the Ohio election will be a great victory for John Sherman if the legislature should be Republican. Mr. Beecher says Mr. Cleve land is a very wise man. Both gentlemen got out of a pretty bad scrape, one in '7-1, the other in '8i. The New York papers say that Gov. Hill was in with Tweed and partook of the spoils when Big Six robbed that city. The worst of it is they are proving it. A Coi.umiius Ohio, dispatch says: "The largest prohibition gains are in Democratic precincts, thus showing that the Democratic leaders who tried to make a cats paw of the prohibitionists have been seriously burned. The Re publicans, with their better organ ization, got out their vote in the cities, while in the country, where the feeling seemed most in their favor, the vote was not so fully drawn out. A cold rain fell all U.IV, Willi liu iuuic tua.i uau " hour's cessation at any time. This did not seem to have helped the Democrats. The Germans in all the cities went stropgly for the Kcpublicans. uoiorea men to a considerable extent polled with the Democrats. Cleveland's friends are much depressed by the Republican victory. They do not disguise the conviction that it will have a bad effect on the Demo cratic canvass in New York. It will be remembered that Hoadley declined to be a candidate for re nomination, and that he visited Washington and was persuaded to take the field by direct solicitation of the president." The latest received from the Ohio election says the Republican state executive committee esti mates the plurality of Foraker, Republican, for governor at 20,000, in case the present ratio of gain should continue. The Democratic committee expresses a belief that the plurality will not exceed 13, 000, if it reaches that figure. Governor Hoadly is inclined to the belief that Foraker's plurality will not be more than 10,000 or 12,000 when the oflicial returns are received. Both committees are still claiming a majority on joint ballot in the legislature. The Democratic committee claims that they have carried the legisla tive ticket in Hamilton county, and have reliable information that they will have a majority on joint ballot, with fifty-six members in the house sure, and twenty-one in the senate. The Republican com mittee's latest estimate is that they "will have five majority on joint ballot outside oi Hamilton county, and in case they should carry that, with half the other doubtful coun ties and districts, the house would stand seventy-one Republicans to thirty-nine Democrats ami the sen ate twenty-four Republicans to thirteen Democrats. The census Mutihtu's rpy.tnlmg the. age of votoi.--, cl-.-arlv demon strates the truiibforinatini! winch comes over the body politic in a quarter of a century. In 1S80 and the proportions hold equally true in 1SS5 ft was found that there were in the country S,270, 509 native white males who had reached the age of twenty-one years. Of this total 5,059,S04 or nearly three quarters, were be tween the ages of twenty-one and forty-five "inclusive, and only 2, 310,705 were about forty-five. In other words of every one hundred men of the voting age this fall, only twent3-eight were old enough zo cast their ballots in 18G0. That is "to say the overwhelming major it' of our present voters are men who were onlv bovs when the war broke out. Nearly one-fifth of the whole number, l,o4G,703, were not born until after the firing on Fort Sumter. So great are the ravages of death among the elders that this aggregate of men who are twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty-three and twenty-four years old exceeds the number (1, 503,070) of those who have sur vived their fifty-second year. Each year increases largely the ratio of voters to whom the slavery contest and the war are but mat ters of ancient history, known to them only by reading, or, at best, vague recollections of early child hood. IIEI. In Port Worth. Texas, on the 14th insr., K. T. Twombly, a native of Maine, in the 73 year of his age. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE SL-uictioxi. Sale ! Xow is yonr chance to purchate a home. On Saturday Oct. 17th, lSSr,, at '2 i m.. I am instructed and will sell on the premises. lot No. 6 in block No. 20, beinc a lot 7."i by l.'iO feet, in Adair's Astoria, toccther with a Kud storv and a half dwelling thereon, known as the residence of A. T. Brakke. Tills proper ty is in a beautiful location in the residence oriion oi upper AMona.uiiu iur ;i utiiiiui rcsidence location there is none better. Title perfect. Terms caMi. , .. B. S. WORSLEY, Auctioneer. Powder. 'Si It. kegs. $14.00 7.00 7.00 Duck Shooting.. Sen Shooting ltille,FstoFf Shot. Wads. a - , Poua Bj .S2.00 1,U)0. Pink Edge, No. 10 S 1.50 Black Edge, No. 10 . .8 A. G. SPEXARTH, Astoria. Ojenii of tie Mm Season! AT R05S' OPERA HOUSE, Continue every Tuesday, Thursday and bat- urday evenings from 7 to 10 r. m.. and Saturday afternoon from 1 to 4 p.m. Admission; on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Saturday afternoon. Ladles free, sweaters 2-1 cents; (Jcnts admission 25c, skaters 25 cents. Admission on Saturday evening, with Gushing Post Comet Rand ; Ladies 25 cents, stealers 25 cents; Cents 25 cents, skaters 25 cents. B. B. Franklin, & Mertater anil CUniet late SQUEMOQUA STREET, JJKXT TO THE ASTOHIAX UUII.DIXG. tsyAll work done In a skillful manner on short notice at reasonablo rates. H. P. GREGORY & CO. Xo, 5 Xorlh Front St.. Portland, Or. Importers and Dealers in "Wood-working Machinery, PIjAXKIIS. aiOIiDKRS. .llOUTlSKKS. TEXOXEK8, Saml-naneriiiir Machines. latlics, IJorlncr Machines, Band SaiVH. Ncroll hitwH. Rubber and Leather Belting, AXD 31II.L. FI5TIHXGS GEXEKALIiY Assignee's Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE undersigned has been selected by the creditors as assignee of F. B. Elberson, an insolvent, in place of the assignee appointed by such insolvent, and all persons having claims agaiust the said insolvent's estate are hereby notified to present the same properly verified to the undersigned at the office of D. L. Beck & Sons, at Astoria, Or egou, within three months from this date. F. H. POINDEX.TER, Assignee. October 9th, 188.".. Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL whom it may concern that the under signed will make application to the Advisory Board of Pardons at their regular meeting October, 1885, which begins on the 27tli day of October, for a pardon from the Oregon State reuitentiary from a sentence of five years in said penitentiary received In As toria about the day of August, 1683. Said sentence was passed on a conviction of lar ceny of a silver watch. THOMAS PATTISON. This 3rd day of October, 1885. Stockholders7 Meeting. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE annual meeting of the Stockholders of the "West Coast Packing Co. will be held at the company's office on Friday. October 23d. 1883, at U a. m.. to elect officers for the en suing year and for the tiansaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. B order of the President. S. E. MORTON. Secretary. For Sale. QA ACRES OF GOOD TABLE LAND, 0J located at Settler's Point, Clatsop county, belonging to the Widow Burnside. Apply at thU oftlca. jr. c. ross, COUNTY CORONER. TT3CLc3.o:irtctkc 1ng. First Class Hearso and Material ON UJiSD. Shop and Oflice on Main St., above Tioncer Restaurant. Furnished Rooms. MES. E. C. HOLDEN HAS A FEW KICE ly furnished rooms to rent at lire dol lars per month and upward, and by the week or night. Enquire corner Slaiu and Jeffer son streets. &&' -' "-lS . -6- ft- K fe'-iM - j&SSS Mi iniM f ASSIGNEE'S SALE. Wednesday. Oct. 21st, at 2 P. M. At Worslcy" s Auction Rooms I will sell to the highest bidder, the stock or groceries Of the Estate of F. B. Elbcrson, Consisting of Coffees, Teas, Canned Goods, Candlei, Paper liars Ac. Terms Cah. B. S. WORSLEY. F. II. FOI XDEXTEK. Auctioneer. Assignee. City Treasurer's Notice. ALL OUTSTANDING WARRANTS DUE by the city of Astoria will be paid by the Treasurer at liisonlce on and after to dav. Interest ceases from this date. J. G. HUSTLER. City Treasurer. Astoria. October 15th 1SS" JUST WHAT YOU WANT ! BUSINESS MEN And others who want to keep an exact cojij or correspondence, bills, etc , can be accommodated at The Astorian Job Office. WE HUNT IX Copying Xnic Which will give n clear and exact impression in any ordinary copying pros. Bills of Lading. Manifests, Letter and Note Heads. Memoranda, And all kinds or work that usually requires copying, printed in Al style and at as Lot Rates as Ordinary fori. "Call and see samples of our work atr THE ASTORIAN JOB OFFICE. Abstracts of Title. milE UNDERSIGNED HAS COMPILED X a set of Abstract Hooks from the records of Clatsop County and Is now prepared to furnish complete and correct Abstracts of Title to any Real Estate in. the County, at reasonable rates. C. It. THOMSON. Attomev at Law. Astoria. Oregon. Office, Koom 5. over City Book Store. Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE annual meetlng.or the stockholders of th "Washington Packing Company will be held on Wednesday. .November 4th. 1885, at one o'clock r. w. at the office of the cannery at or near the city of Astoria, Oregon, for the purposo of electing five directors and to transact such other business as may lawful ly come before the meeting. SAMUEL ARNDT. Pres. J. V. GE Aim ART, Secy. Astori3. October 1st, 1SS5. Administratrix' Sale of Steamboat THE INTEREST OF THE ESTATE OF I. Stevens, deceased, in the steamboat Tom. Morris Ls for sale. For particulars Inquire or Mrs. Stevens or J. tj. a. uowiny. f A WTPV17VS Administratrix. Fishing Boat Race, Saturday, Oc tober 24th. Not less than six boats nor more than twelve to contest. . ,, Tlio boats competing will start m line abreast of Wilson & Fisher's dock at the word "go" and gunshot. The same course will be run as advertised for Whitehall boat nice in last week's astokux. The first boat to pass the stake after going over the course will win the prize regardless of time. The first prize will consist of a new coin silver Waltham watch and chain given by JEFF OF THE TELEPHONE SALOON, and waranted by Gnstav Hansen: value$35. Also a prize purse of $23. The entrance money will go to second boat, less expenses of advertising. The judges will be annointed bv the cantains of the boats competing. The entrance fee will be S2 for each boat. All entrances to bo made with Justus Edwards at the Telephone Sa loon, on or before Thursday, October 22nd. at 8 p. m. Watch and chain now on exhibi nt thfi Tftlenlionc Saloon. jjue nonce win oe given oi iimc oi starting Nicely Furnished Rooms. WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD: AT Mrs. S. T. McKean's, Cass street, three doors soutn or astoriax oaicc. Tide Land for Sale. I Ail NOW OFFERING MY TIDE LAND situated on Young's River Bay at the mouth of Lewis and Clarke River, at the rate of $25 per acre. Purchasers can take ten to twenty acres each, if they wish, and by Joining dikes can dike the whole at a very small expense. This land is on the wa ter's edge, thus making it very desirable tor tuose wno wlsu io commne a usuing station with farming. The land Is only 2 1-2 miles from tuc center or Astoria and is an excellent place for hay or milk ranch, or vegetable gardens. AUG. C.KINNEY. The Portland Business College, Portland, Oregon, offers superior private and class In struction to the young and middle aged of ootn sexes wno aesire to ootam a practical education In the shortest time consistent wiih thorough work, and the least expense. Day and evening sessions throughout the year. Students admitted any time. Cata ogue on application. A. P. Abmstroxo, Principal, To Rent. AFI FINE BUSINESS OFFICE. CENTBAL- located. Apply at this OfUce. MldJS7&t Wilson & Fishes Ship Chandlers, HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWAEE Paints, Oils, and Varnish. LOGGERS' SUPPLIES. PKO VISIONS milxTfeed AGENTS FOll Salem Flouring Mills, Portland Boiler Mills, Capital Flour and FAIRBANKS7 SCALES. ASTORIA. UKEGOX. NEW Having Consolidated 3I"y ltasiucss with f lie Astoria Furniture Co., I now oiler the I arrest ami Most Complete A.'sortuieut r Fine and Plain Furniture. Bedding. Carpets. Oil Cloth. Window Shades, Pictures, Moulding, etc., At Portland Prices, and Invite a Call o i Everybody in "Want of Goods in My Line, Guaranteeing Satisfaction in Every Respect. VISITING CARDS. A Large Stock of FINE VISITING CARDS, r Every firade TO BE SOLD FOR CASH. AT THE ASTORIAN OFFICE. liQMTERS FOE SCHOOL BOOKS, And School Supplies at Adler's Book Store! Books Sold Positively LOWER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE. AGENCY FOR EXCHANGE AND INTRODUCTION OF NEW BOOKS To Bo Used, at Prices Established by the STATE SCHOOL BOARD. jSLT j.IXj353DEL-S IBOOEL STORE. A. V. Allen,North Pacific Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Gtamries, PfmislottSs MILL FEED. Glass and Plated Ware, TROPICA I. AND DOMESTIC FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Together with Wines, LiquorsJobacmCigars Holden's Auction Rooms f Established January 1st, 1877. E. C. HOLBEN, JJeal Estate and General Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, Chenanms Street, - Astoria, Oregon. Auction sale of Sundries every Saturday, at 10 :30 a. r., at my Auction Rooms. Will conduct Auction Sales of Real Estate, Cattle, and Farming Stock wherever de sired. Cash Returni Promptly made after Sale. Consignments respectfully solicited. Notary Public for the State of Oregon. Comrals-sioner of Deeds for Washington Territory. Agent for Daily and Weekly Orcgontan. THE OREGON SHORT LINE. 1 1 TO 500 MILES THE SHORTEST : 12 TO 48 HOURS THE QUICKEST. TO CHICAGO, BOSTON, NEW YORK, And All Points East. Kales $8.30 io $10.23 tlic Cheapest io Council Bluffs, Omaha, Kansas City, AND OTHER TOINTS. PuUbb&h Palace and Kmifrraat Sleeping Cars hauled on Express Trains Exclnslvely without Change. If you arc colnc east write for Bates. Mars, Time Tallies. Guides and Full Information. FREE OF CHARGE. E.A.XOYES, W. L. GAltBETSOX. Agent. Astoria. Asst. Agt., Astoria. B. CAMPBELL, General Agent, No. 1, Washington street, Portland, Oregon. 1 ' ASTORIA IRON WORKS. BkntokStkeet, Nrai: I'arkkk House, ASTORIA. - OREGON. GENERAL MACHINISTS AND BOILER MAKERS. LAID and fflAEJJE EKBTJES Boiler Work. Steamboat Work and Cannery Work a spe cialty. Of all excriitioiiH made to Ortlrr nt Short Xotlrt. A. I). Wash. President. .1. (J. HusTl.Kit.Secretary. I. W. CASK,TrvaMirer. JOHN Fox.S:ijerintendent. It. Lemon & Co., Stevedores and Riggers, PORTLAND and ASTORIA. 1'Oirrr.AXii Okki k No. If. North Front St. QUART. J. E. MARTUr. Candies; Fruits. Foreign and Domestic. I Every Variety of Fruit in Season. Siiuemoipia Street. Nest Door to the Gem Saloon. BREWERY. JOHN KOPP, - - - Proprietor. Patronize Home Industry! We supply as GOOD A QUALITY OF BEER As Any in the Market, AT AS KKASOSAKLE A THICK. HlB Hlffft PaHll6 BBWrJ BUff 13 Puro and Unadulterated. It gives general Satisfaction and is Funi Mien in Quantities to Suit. Leave Orders Witli War. Bock, Gennania Saloon, or Cnnis. Evkxsox. next to Foard & Stokes, Daily Delivery In Any Part of the City. Carnaliaii & Co. SUCCESSORS TO 1. W. CASE, liMl'OKTEKS AND WHOLESALE AND US TAIL DEALERS IN (SiNHtlL ''orner Clienamus and Cass streets. ASTORIA - - - OllEGON I BBnOHStKEET. NKAi: I'AUKKR HOUSE. J 1 II U O 1 lUD IS i I O CI U IU 1 iF liO I 1 X QfftnniPifto Plhnfin inr f-Qoh! Tea, Tea, Tea CASH CASH F. L. P. FRANK I. PARKER. EL B. PARKER, DKAt-KR Hay, Oats, and Straw, Lime, Brick, Cement, Sani ani Plaster Wood DeliTfreil to Order. I'Ki: :.pply to the Captain, orto THE NEWM0DEL A FUIili STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. 0CEC3Xr J&.. MONTGOMERY, DEALER iy Tin. .Sheet Iron, anil Copper Ware. A general assortment of Household Goods. AOENT FOB, MAGEE STOVES AND RANGES, TOE BEST IN TIIEMABKET. Plumbing goods or all kinds on hand. Job work done in a workmanlike manner. Plumbing, Gas Fitting and Cannery Work attended to promptly On Eeasonablo Terms. CtacnRmns Street. Xext to C JL. Parker'8 Store. Astoria. Oregon. HOTELS AND KESTAUKANTS. PARKER HOUSE. WIU. AfJMBft, Prop'r. First Class in Every Respect. Free Condi to the House. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, Corner Third nntl B Streets, PORTLAND, - - - OREGON. Our facilities are such that we defy cnmpetltion. This Is the largest and most respectably kept Hotel in the Northwest. Board and Lodging $ 1 .00 per day MKALS.S3 cents. LODGING. Sand SO cents Free Buss to and from the House. uarXo Chinese Einplo3'etI."5n E. Fiewiston, (Late of Minnesota HouseJProp. O. GLABK. AGENT. c. r. knowles. t D. KROWX. St. Charles Hotel, (European Plan.) BROWN &KNOWLES - - Proprietors Fikst Crass ix Evkrv BnsrEcrr, Good Restaurant Connected with the House Fire-proof Brick Building. ISO Rooms. In tba Canter of the City. Cor. Front and Morrison Sts., Portland. Or ST, DAVID'S, 71.1 Howard St. Near Third, San JFrnnciHco. A first-class Lodging Hotel, containing ISO rooms ; water and gas in each room ; no bet ter beds in the world ; no guest allowed to use the linen once used by another ; a large reading room ; hot and cold water ; baths free. Price of rooms Per night, 50c and 75c ; per week, from 2 upward. Open all night. B. HUGHES. Proprietor. At Market street Ferry, take Omnibus line of street cars to corner of Third and Howard. In The Field Again! J. G. ROSS Having Purchased the Interest or the Mcintosh. Bros., IN THE PIONEER RESTAURANT, Would most respectfully inform his numer ous friends in the city of Astoria and sur- tounaing conntry tnat ne is now ready to ao business again at his old stand. Come and see me. A Well Supplied Table, an 4 Clean Comfortable Beds. -None but White Cooks Employed." Restaurant For Sale. A PPLY AT ASTORIAN OFFICE. IN Drarln?, Teamlniraml Kxpress Riulncsn. STEAMER CLARA PARKER Eben P. Parher,Master. -- ? For TOWING, FREIGHT orCHAK- II. B. PAKK.EH. KANKE CAN BE HAD IN AS TORIA ONLY OF E, B. HAWES, AGENT AL.I. AND EXAMINE IT. YOU WILL BE PLEASED. E. K. HAWES 13 also agent for the Bnci patent Cooling Stove And other flrst-clasa Stoves. Furnace 'Work. Stoam Fit tings, etc, a specialty. Hardware ai Slip Clailerj VAN DUSEH & CO.. DEALERS IN Hardware and Ship Chandlery Pnre Oil, Bright Varnish, Binacle Oil, Cotton Canvas. Hemp Sail Twine, Cotton Sail Twine, Lard Oil, Wrought Iron Spikes, Galvanized Cut Nails, Agricultural Implements Sewing Machines, Paints and Oils, Groceries, etc. Sol WJew elry, Scarf lis, Ctiiii, Mm, Pianos and Organs or the Best malce at the Lowest Prices. The finest stock of Jewelry In Astoria. A11 goods warranted as represented. GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER Astoria and Seaside BAKERIES, ED. JACKSON, - Proprietor. The best Bread, Cakes and Pastry in the City Ice Creams and Ornamental "Work to order Manufacturer of Fine Candles. EXCURSION TICKETS! FBOM A3TOBIA TO PORTLAND AND RETURN For $2.50, ON THE "TELEPHONE," TEOS. HAIRS, (Late Cutter with M. D. Kant.) A Good Fit Guaranteed. CHAEGES MODERATE. Shop opposite fiozorth & Joltn$. FasMonaole Tailor H- vW &. '