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ASTORIA. OREGON: .SATURDAY -OCTOBER 17, 1SS5 EASTERN PRESS COMMENT. The New irork Worfil, Demo cratic, of the loth, says of the Ohio electien: Where are we to look for the cause of this defeat? The mere prestige of success and the course of the administration in re taining seven-eighths of the Re publican officeholders should have given the Democrats thousands of new votes. How is it that the Democratic party of Ohio was not as strong with the Democratic ad ministration at "Washington as without it?1 ThcWorhl thinks the result is to be greatly regret ted, because it is an expression of hostility to the Democratic ad ministration and will be paraded by the Republicans as an indica tion that a reaction has alreatty set in against the Democracy and in favor of the return of the Republi cans to power. lIt is still more to be regretted because it means the return to the senate of Sher man, and threatens a revival of the hateful and dangerous sectional agitation. The Sun, Democratic, in its leader says: "The Republicans have chosen their governor and have a handsome majority in the legislature. Their power over the affairs of Ohio will be complete until the next election, but ought not to have any discouraging ef fect upon the Democracy in New York. They have an excellent state ticket, one far superior to the Republican ticket. The Timet, musrwumn, insists that the result in Ohio, as " also that in New York next month, will strengthen Cleveland in his work of honest reform, and in. dependent Republicans and inde' pendent Democrats are alike engaged in overthrowing the spoils politicians. The Herald, independent, says: "The Ohio election returns are full of surprises- The total vote exceeds 700,000 the largest vote ever cast on a rainy day in an off year. Foraker's plurality reaches 20,000. The Republicans claimed only from 12,000 to 15,000 and hardly expected that. The nro nbition vote is the largest ev ment in the courts, must neces sarily be put off, and the criminal or seeker for justice, are placed at unfair cost. It is so now that many almost consider it a farce to go to court expecting justice. He who has plenty of money can afford to. await justice, but the poor man cannot. Looking at it for the county's sake it is an unjust divi sion, and this county is forced to await justice and unreasonable ex pense, hoping to get a case tried, for criminal or a civil offence, and there is but little chance for him during the exceeding crowding of one court, andit mustlay over and costs be increased. Such justice we call thin, and made for a purpose hard for us to understand." It is understood that the death sentence passed on Louis Kiel, leader of the half-breed rebellion in Canada, will be commuted to lifelong servitude. NEW -TO-DAY. ASTOR HOUSE. BEST Dollar a Day Hotel in the North West Mrs. Sophia Daggett, Proprietor Special Attention Paid to the Comfort of Guests. Comer Olney and Jefferson Streets. ASTORIA, OREGON RATES, ONE DOLLAR A DAY. Wilson L Fisher Ship Chandlers, HEAVY AND SHELF HAEDWAEE It is announced says the Orc fjonhin that the O. R. & N. com nanv will extend its line as soon as possible from Starbuck, three miles south of Snake river, cast to Pomeroy, a distance of thirty-one miles. The purpose of this exten sion is to tap Garfield county, a great gram country, already well populated. There is a large amount of wheat in the district ready for transport and it is in tended to put the branch through in time to move it this season. The road has been long hoped for by the people of Garfield county, and its coming will be hailed with the Greatest satisfaction. To their own enterprise is due, largely, the accomrjlishment of their hopes. Thpv mispd .in enormous crop of grain this season, by this means showing the railroad managers the capabilities of the country, and as a special inducement offered a freight bonus, equivalent to a cash subsidy of 150,000. People who help themselves in this way de serve success. Judge Foraker, governor elect of Ohio, on being asked what he regarded as the leading motives that led to the result in Ohio, said: "First, the Republicans regarded it important that a decisive ex pression should be given at the first election after the beginning of a Democratic national adminis tration; second, a determination to giye an expression in favor of a free ballot and a fair count in all Notice. TK JACK GRANT WANTS TO FIGHT. J. and means light. I staud ready to fight him for money or nothing when ever he Is ready. Come up or shut up. WAU1) Astoria, Octebcr loth, Si. Notice of Assignment. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL whom it may concern, that the under signed has been appointed assignee of the es tate of Messrs. Prael Bros., insolvents, and all pa sons having claims against tnesaid estate, are requested to present the .same to the ncctmioA iironerlv verified at his office in the hank of i."V. Case, in Uie city of Astoria, Clatsop county, state of Oregon, within three months from this date, aud all persons In debted to the said estate are requested to make Immediate payment of the same. JOHN BRYCE. Assignee. Astoria, Oregon. October Kith, 1SS.1. Paints, Oils, and Varnish. LOGGERS' SUPPLIES. PROVISIONS MILLFEED AGENTS FOIl Salem Flouring Mills, Jfortiand. Poller mills, Capital Flour and FAIRBANKS' SCALES. ASTOKI A. OREGON. ASTORIA IRON WORKS. Bentox Stjieet, XnAit 1akkt.u Hocsk, ASTORIA. - OREGON. GENERAL MACHINISTS AND BOILER MAKERS. LiLHD aii miSfE EHBIHES Boiler Work, Steamboat Work and Cannery Work a spe cialty. oral! Ieserijtions muU to OrlM nt Short Kotire. A. D. Wass, rreddeut. .1. G. IIusTr.KK,Secretary. I. W. Casf, Treasurer. .lonx Fox.Superinrendent. H. Lemon & Go,, Stevedores and Riggers, PORTLAND and ASTORIA. POKTr..Ni Ofuch- No. 1(5 North Front St. rocenes uneap lor Tea, Tea, Tea E. L. P. p Cash ! GASH i CASH FRi&JffK I. PARKER XL B, PARKER, DK.VI.EK IX Hay, Oats, and. Straw, Lime.. Brisk. Cement, Sand ana Plaster ASSIGNEE'S SALE. Wednesday. Oct. 21st, at 2 P. M. At Worsley's Auction Rooms I will .sell to the highest bidder, the stock of groceries Or the Estate ofF. B. T.Utorsou. Consist in? of Coffees, Teas, Canned Goods, Candls, Paper Itaci Ac. Termi Cash. It. S. WORSLEY. F. II. POINDEXTER. Auctioneer. Assignee. IN NEW Having' Consolidated 3Iy ISusiiicss with tin Astoria Furniture Co., Cloth. I now offer the Larjeit and Mttt Complete A-s.rtinpsit or Fine and Plain Furniture. Bedding. Carpets, 01 Window Shades, Pictures, Houlding, etc., At Portland Prices, ana Invite a Call o f Everybody in "Want of Goods in My Line, Guaranteeing Satisfaction in Every Respect. City Treasurer's Notice. A LL OUTSTANDING WARRANTS DUE i. hv the cltv of Astoria will be paid by the Treasurer at his office on and after to day. Interest ceases from this date. J. li,Iiuoim.n, City Treasurer. Astoria, October 15th 1SS3. VISITING CARDS. A Large Stock of FINE VISITING OAKDS ' Domestic. or Every Grade I Eveiy Vanety of Fruit in Season. TORESOLOFORCASII. I Squemocpia Street. AT THE ASTORIAN OFFICE J. E. MAMOT. Candies; Fruits. Foreign and ' Hext Door to the Gem Saloon. Wood Delivered to Order x. - """" a'J1"' -' - H- - fEK .ijip1.. to l:i-Captain, or to THE NEW JfEHHpBL Drawing, Teamlnc and Express Business. STEAMER CLARA PARKER Eben P. Pctrher,Master. Tor TOWING, FREIGHT-or CHAR H. 1$. PAKIfcKK. MODEL JUST WHAT YOU WANT ! our elections; third, distrust Con or nolled bv the ! -erninff the free trade tendencies party in the state. It was expect- of the Democratic party, and the ed that the vote this year would be drawn chiefly from the Re publicans. It has been drawn largely from the Democrats, a re sult which Gov. Hoadly considers one of the most striking features of the election. The increased prohibition vote of Tuesday is not to be taken as a corresponding ad vance of the cause. A great many, notably Democrats, were unwill ing to vote for their own party ticket, and cast their ballots for Leonard, knowing there was no danger of his election." JUSTICE SPREAD O.V THIS. Under the above heading the Wasco Sun very properly calls at tention to a continued miscarriage of justice, which we bust will be 'attended to at the coining special legislative session. Our Dalles contemporary says: "Wasco, Gilliam and Crook coun ties, east of the mountains, and Clackamas, Washington, Columbia and Clatsop, west of the mountains, making seven counties, are placed in one district, with one court and one judge, while Multnomah coun ty has two judges and courts. In presenting this matter to our read ers we do not pretend to know what was the cause of such a dis tribution of justice, but it will be seen that, no matter how energetic a judge may be, and we accredit our present Judge Taylor with great earnestness and industry, yet to attempt to hold court in seven counties, and be on a con tinual travel to reach the seven courts at a proper time, is simply an absurdity; but to do justice with the affairs of a county is an irnpossibility. Many cases which for months have caused anxiety and trouble, looking for a settle- necessity of maintaining the Re publican ascendancy in the United States senate; fourth, disgust with the Democratic state administra tion in Ohio, notably the election of the last senator, and the extrava gance of the last legislature." In offering to the public a pro test against the judicial division of Oregon, we thought best, says the Wasco Sun, to show how it was divided in population in this dis trict as near as pessible: Clacka mas has 9,2G0 population; Clat sop, 7,252; Columbia, 2,042; Crook, 7,082; Wasco, 11,120 3G,72G population with one judge and one district. Multnomah county, with 25,203 population, has two judicial districts and two judges. The judges in Multno mah county have 12,G01 popula tion each, and in this district 3G, 726, scattered over 500 miles of travel. BUSINESS MEN And others who want to keep an exact copy of correspondence, inns, etc., can in accommodated nt The Astorian Job Office. AVE PRINT IN Copying Ink: Which will give a clear and evact Impression in any ordinary copying press,. Bills of Lading. Manifests. Letter and Note Heads.. Memoranda. And all kinds of uork that usually requires copvlng, printed m At Myie and at as Low Rates as Ordinary fort arCall aud see samples of our work aLes THE ASTORIAN JOB OFFICE. HEADPARTEHS FOR SCHOOL BOOB, And School Supplies at Adler's Book Store? Books Sold Positively L0WER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE. AGENCY FOR EXCHANGE AND INTRODUCTION OF NEW BOOKS To Be Used, at Prices Established by the STATE SCHOOL BOARD. AT .XXjE2H."S IBOOjEL store. RANGE CAN BE HAD IN AS TORIA ONLY OF E. B. HAWE8, AGEWT TALL AND EXAJMINE IT. YOU WILL BE PLEASED. K. R. II AWES Is also agent Tor the Buct latent (Mini Stove And other first-class Stores. Furnace "Work. Steam Tit tinCs. etc.. a specialty. A FTJIiIi STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. JOHN .---. MOKTTG-OMEB.Y, DEALKtt I Tin. Sheet Iron, antl Copper Ware. A general assortment of Household Goods. AOEKT FOR MKEE STOVES AKI RANGES, THE BEST IS TIIEMABKET. Plumbing goods of all kinds on hand. Job work done In a workmanlike manner. Plumbing. Cas Fitting and Cannery Work attended to promptly On Reasonable Term. Cliennmus Street. Next to C. . Parser's Store. Astoria. Oregon. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. A. V. Allen, Nortn Pacific BREWERY. ! f JOIIN-KOPP. Propriotor, Patronize Home Industry! We .supply as QUALITY OF BEER Wholesale and Retail Dealer lu Groceries, Provisions, MXLLFEED. Glass and Plated Ware, TROPICAL AND DOMESTIC . fruits and vebetables. I He Iflrfh PaciflG BffliBiy Beer Toother with Wines, Liquors,Tobacco,Cigars GOOD j As Any in the Market, AT AS KKASOXAISIii: A PKICK, PARKER HOUSE. W3I. AJ.I.EX. Prop'p. first Class in Every Kespt. Free Coaeli to tlxc House. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, Corner Third antl U Streets, PORTLAND, - - - OEEGON. Our facilities are such that we defy eompetition. This Is the largest ami most respectably kept Hotel In the Northwest. The Reverend Mr. Leonard, the Prohibition candidate for governor o Ohio at last Tuesday's election, telegraphed exultantly the night before election that Hoadley, the Democratic candidate would be elected. Of course that was what he was working for, and his tele "ram "gave him away." But the game didn't work as well in Ohio in October '85, as it did in .New York in November, '84. St. John got 30,000 for what he did in New York. Wonder what St. Leonard got for what he did in Ohio! Holden's Auction Rooms T Established January 1st, 1877. E. C. HOLBEN. Real Estate and General Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, Chenamus Street. - Astoria, Oregon. Abstracts of Title. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS COMPILED a set of Abstract Books 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 R. THOMSON, Attorney at Law. Astoria. Oiegoti. Office, Room 5. over City Book Store. Gen. Howard has ordered the troops which have been on police duty at Rock Springs and Evans ton, "Wyoming, back to their post. A small guard was left in each camp. Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE annual meeting of the stockholders of the Washlncton Packinc Company will be held on Wednesday. ovember 4th. 1885, at one o'clock p. M. at the office of the cannery atorneartne city ot Astoria, uregon, tor the purpose of electing five directors and to transact such other business as may lawful ly come ueioro tne meeting. SAMUEL ARNDT. Pres. J. W. GEARHART, Secy. Astoria, October 1st, 16S5. Auction sale of Sundries c cry haturday, at 10 o a. ir., at my Auction Rooms. Will conduct Auction Sales of Real Estate. CatUe, and Farming Stock wherever de sired. , . Cash Returns Promptly made after Sales. Consignments respectfully solicited, Nntiirv Tnlille for the State of Orccon. Commissioner of Deeds for Washington 1 Territory. , , , , I Agent lor iauy aim m eejuy orciummu Is Pure and. Unadulterated. It gives general Satisfaction and is Furn ished in Quantities to Suit. Leave Orders "With Wax. Bock, Oermauta Saloon, or Ciikis. Evkxsox, net to Foard & Stokes. Daily Delivery in Any Part of the City. Carnahan & Co. SUCCESSORS TO I. W. CASE, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND KB TAIL DRALEKS IN Board and Lodqlng $ 1 .00 per day MEALS.23 cents. l,ODGIM;.23and30cents Free Buss to and from the House. Hardware ani SMp (Mien VAN DUSEN & CO.. DKALKR3 IK Hardware and Ship Chandlery Pure 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, laiuts and Oils, Groceries, etc. ea-Xo Chinese Employed.ra E. Lewiston, (Late of Minnesota nouse)Prop. O. CLARK, AGENT. C. W. IvKOWI.ES. U D. IIROWK. St, Charles Hotel, (European Plan.) BROWN & KNOWLES - - Proprietors Fikst Crvss ik Every Respect, Good Restaurant Connected with tliellonse Fire-proof Brick Building. ISO Rooms. In the Center of tne City. Cor. Front and Morrison Sts., Portland. Or LTBimililil oruer Chenamus and Cass streets. ASTORIA - - - OREGON Tide Land for Sale. I AM NOW OFFERING MY TIDE LAND situated on Young's River Bay at the mouth of Lewis and Clarke River, at the rateof$23 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, thtw making It very desirable for tbose who wish to combine a fishing station with farming. The land Is only 2 1-2 miles from the center of Astoria and Is an excellent place for hay or milk ranch, or vegetaDie gardens. AUG. C.KINNEY. THE OREGON SHORT LINE. 11 TO 500 MILES THE SHORTEST: 12 TO 48 HOURS THE QUICKEST. TO CHICAGO, BOSTON, NEW YORK, And All Points East. Rates S8.:t0 to 310.25 flic Cheapest to Council Bluffs, Omaha, Kansas City, AND OTHER POINTS. Puilranu Palace anil Emicrant Sleepins: CnrH hauled Trains Exclusively -without Change. on Kxpress If you are going east write for Rates, Maps, Time Tables. Guides and Full Information. FREE OF CHARGE. E. A. NO YES. W. Ti. GARRETSOX. Agent. Astoria. As3t. Agt., Astoria. B. CAMIMSEKX, General Agent, No, l, Washington street, roitland, Otoson. 713 Howard St. Near Third, San Francisco. A first-class Lodging Hotel, containing 1GO rooms ; water and gas in each room ; no bet ter beds in the world ; no guest allowed to usn tlin linen onco used br another : a large reading room; hot and cold water; baths per week, from $2 upward. Open all night. R .HUGHES. Proprietor. At Market street Ferry, take Omnibus line of street cars to corner of Third and Howard. Sol GoM Jewelry, H Pins. Mis, Wattles, Pianos and Organs of .the Best make at the lowest Trices. The finest stock of Jewelry In Astoria. T'All 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 Flno Candles. In The Field Again! J. G. ROSS IIaing Purchased the Interest of the Mcintosh. Bros., IN THE PIONEER RESTAURANT, Would most respectfully inform his numer ous friends In the city of Astoria and sur lounding conntry that he is now ready to do business again at his old stand. Come and see me. A Well Supplied Table, and Clean Comfortable Beds. S3?None but White Cooks Employed.- Restaurant For Sale. A PPLY AT ASTORIAN OFFICE. EXCURSION TICKETS! FROM ASTORIA TO PORTLAND AND RETURN For $2.50, ON THE "TELEPHONE," THOS. MAIRS, (Late Cntter with M. D. Kant.) FasbionaWe Tailor, A Good Fit Guaranteed. CHAKGES MODERATE. Shop opposite Bozoxtk & Johns,