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KtfSi She guils IMtorian. ASTORIA, OEEGON: TUESDAY OCTOfcKK 20. 1885 TRUE IF IMPORTANT. In three weeks' time the legis lature will convene in special ses sion at Salem to finish some business left uncompleted last February. Prominent among this unfinished business is the election of a colleague to Senator Dolph. Duty to the state demands that the commonwealth have full repre sentation in the national legisla ture. Possible defeat of Sherman in Ohio makes it imperative on the political majority in the state leg islature to see that part suprema cy in the TJ. S. senate is preserved. It is to be hoped that the nine months intervening between the angry adjournment last winter and the coming reassembling will re sult in party harmony and prompt and sensible disposition of the question of senator. At present two things stand prominent. One is that no mem ber of the legislature is constitu tionally eligible to the position of United States senator. The other is that any attempt to continue last winter's fight will result as that did. Last winter Hon. Sol. Ilirsch, state senator from Multnomah, had two-thirds of his party vote weeks beiore the day of adjournment which entitled him to an electi on. It is an unwritten law in Re pub lican conventions that once w, man receives a two-thirds' vote he is entitled to every Republican vote in the body. Mr. HirSch should have been elected to hc position to which he aspirefj. He had a right to demand it the moment he had thirty-nine vo tes in the joint convention. Article IV, s ec. 30, of the state Apart from the question of right or wrong as a matter of policy it would be a political mistake. A repetition of last February's mis take or any portion of it would tend to alienate a good many Re publicans who vote that ticket from principle and from a belief in the ideas it represents, but who do their own thinking and do not care to be officered by political schemers or narrow minded men. There are Bourbons -who never learn anything nor never forget anything, in the Republican party as well as in the Democratic party. If their counsels prevail at Salem next month they must rely for their party majority on the forget fulness or ignorance of the means that would render possible their present success. NEW TO-DAY. Notice of Application. TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THATTHE 1a undersigned, will apply to thu common council of the city of Astoria, at its next reg ular meeting for a license to sell wine, malt and spirituous liquors in less quantities than one quart, for a period of one year in the building situated on lot 7, block 7. McGlure'.s Astoria. A. MERCOVICIL Astoria. October 19th. 1SS5. Administrator's Notice miLE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN X appointed admtni-trator of the estate of John Amundsen, deceased, notice is here by given that all persons having claims against the said estate shall present the same with proper oucher. Tithin M months from this date, at the office of F. I). Winton in the city of Astoria, Clatsop eoun ty.Oregon. OI.UK V. PF.DEltSON. Administrator. October 17lh. 1SS5. iliw Wilson & Fisher Ship Chandlers, HEAVY AND SHELF -HARDWARE ASTORIA IRON WORKS. Benton Street, Neai: 1'akkfk Hocsn, ASTORIA. - OREGON. roGenes constitution s-Ays: "No senator or representat'r fe shall, during the time for wVtch he may have been elected, 1 je eligible to any office, the olec tion to which is vested in the legislative assembly." Ordinarily this should prove an effective and sufficient bar to the nomination or selection of a candi date from either branch of the legislature, but as the Republican members had committed them selves to the extent of allowing Mr. Hirsch a two-thirds vote noth neth ing: less than his election was then due to him as a matter of party usage and party right. In the coming session the situa tion is different. No member of the senate cc assembly should have a single Republican vote for U. S. senator, nor should any in ducements or promise be held out in that direction. This for two feasons;first, it is unconstitutional, embarrassing and provocative of the occurrences that made so ridic ulous the closing hours of the last session; second, there is plenty of senatorial timber outside of the legislature. "With due deference to tlu dis tinguished ninety who so sagely represented admiring constituen cies last winter it may be s:tid that they do not comprise all the great men for" which our t;ite is so justly famed. Apatt ::ii beside those who will draw per icm for twenty days from the ninth of next month are men of sagacity, experience, reputation and ability who would well represent Oregon in the national legislature. The Asstokiax has no candi date. It only desires to see a man elected who will fittingly represent a commonwealth whose wants are many and whose voice lacks the potency of that possessed by sister states. It wants to see a-senator sent to "Washington who does not need to go with the bar sinister across his credentials as any would who should be elected by direct violation of the oath he took on taking his seat at Salem. Nothing is politically right that is morally wrong. The Republi can party of Oregon would com mit a moral wrong in electing to the U. S. senate a man whose elegibility for the position is in hibited bv the state constitution. Talking of the work required at the hands of the legislature next month, The Dalles Times-Mountain us aptly says:. '-There is an other matter of g reat importance, and that is the pvesent area of our judicial district. For some time past it has been impossible for the judge of this -district to hear all cases on the c: tlendar at the stated terms of court, in this city. The adjourrvment hist Thursday left several important cases not adju dicated, because Judge Taylor W;is forced to close the session in t,ime to reach Prinevillc to hold the court for Crook county. This circuit should comprise the coun ties east of the Cascades Wasco, Crook, Gilliam and perhaps Mor row, and Clatsop, Columbia, Clack amas and Washington should be in another district. There is an urgent necessity for this action, audi ihore is not a member of the bar in this section but favors a di vision of the district. It is impos sible, under the present arrange ment, for lawyers to pay proper attention to the interests of their clients, or for the judge to adjudi cate all the cases on the docket. Fishing Boat Race. Saturday. Oc tober 24th. N'ot less than six boats to content. The boats competing will Mart in hue imvastof Wilson & Filier dock at the word "go" and gunshot. The course will be f nm:Lsaderttsedin last week's astokiax. I The -first boat to pass the stake after going I over llic course will win me prize reganue-s of time. The first pric will consist of a new coin .sih or Waltham watch and chain given bj .1 EFF OF THE TELEPHONE SALOON, and waranted by Cnstav Hansen: valne "sT". Also a prize purse of $25. The entrance money will go to second, boat, less upenses or advertising. Tht- Judges will be appointed bv the captain of the boats competing. ThV entrance fee v. ill be .: for each boat. All entrances to be made with Justus Edwards at the Telephone Sa loon, on or before Thursday, October 22nd. at s i. i. Watch and chain now on exhibi tion at the Telephone Saloon. Due notice will be given of time of starting Paints, Oils, and Varnish. LOGGERS SUPPLIES. PKGVISIONS AND MILL FEED AGENTS FOi: Salem Ploiiring- Mills, Portland Roller Mills. Capital Flour and FAIRBANKS' SCALES. ASTORIA.. OKKGOX. GENERAL MACHINISTS AND BOILER MAKERS. LAflMHAKMfilHffi Boiler Work. Steamboat Work and Cannery Work a specialty. C3J2LSt3?X3?aCS-JS , Ot'alt "script ious mute to r!tr at Short Xotice. A. U. Was, Prohfent. .1. O. IIu-vri.Bit.Secretary. J. W.C'ASK.TrtMMiier. JOHN Fox.Siit'orintendent. R. Lemon & Co., Stevedores and Riggers, PORTLAND and ASTORIA. Poi:ti.axh Okkii'K No. 1ft North Front St. a a b Ptioon fur f!sQh! I CASH Tea, Tea, Tea, J?. Jj. -L . CASH FRMK I. PARKER. H. B, PARKER, DKALKK IX Citation. TN THE COUNT V COUKT OK Tl 1 E STATE.' JL of Oregon, for the count v of Clatson, In the matter of the otate of 11. K. llruhiv deceased. To the next of kin of II. It. Uruhti, de ceased, and to whom it may concern, gteet- nir in tlii! name of the state or Oregon, yon are hereby cited and required to appear in the County Court of the Mate of Oregon, for the county of Clatsop, at the court room thereof, at Astoria in the count y of Clatsop on Wednesday the eighteenth day of No vember, 18S.1. at one o'clock in the afternoon of that day. then and there to show cause u hy (if any) an order of sale should not be made tosell tliefollOttingrcalestate.to-v.it -commencing at a stake at ordinary low tide on the east bank of Necanicum creek in the center of Crimes' bridge on the ranch ot onis. J. T. Mulkey in Clatsop county. Oregon, and tnence runuingeasiicn ami one nan uu;j rods to the center of the present county road thence north along the center of said count v road two hundred (!oo) feet to a stake" in the center of said county road thence west ten and one half (10.) rods to a stake on the bank of said Nceanicuin creek thence south along the east bank of said I Necanicum crecic to tue place 01 Beginning, in Sec. 21, T c N. It 10 V, ami containing 34,500 square feet. Witness ; C. A. McGUIUK. Judge of the County Court of the t state ot Oregon, tor tue count v of ( u a. Clatsop it h the seal ot said court affixed, this seventeenth dav of October. A. D. 18". Attest : C. J. TilENCILVKD, Clerk. IE NEW QUAETSE Having Consolidated 3Iy Unsim-ss with the Astoria Furniture Co. Hay, Oats, ait Straw, Lie, Met, Cement, Sana anil Plaster AVnoil DeliTcreil to Onler. I now oiler the largest and 3lot CompMe A'sortmeiit of Fine and Plain Furniture. Bedding. Carpets. Oil Cloth. Window Shades, Pictures, Moulding, etc., JLt Portland Prices, and Invite a Call oi Everybody in "Want of Goods in My Tiine, Guaranteeing Satisfaction in Every Respect. Ilraylnir. Teamln-f ami Impress lluslnw. STEAMER IKK ajinlv to -he CVptain. or to CLARA PARKER Eben P. Parker.Mastcr. For TOWING. FREIGHT orCIIAK II. IS. PAKttKK. OH AS. HE1LBQEN. A London dispatch says: "Probably the world has never be fore witnessed such a strangely perplexing situation as that which this week was seen in the Balkan peninsula, with hundreds of men being dragged into the field, with forced levies, with half a dozen different states on the very thresh old of hostilities, and with nobody able to guess how the various com batants will range themselves once the die is cast. Austria and Rus sia are preparing for war. The suppression of news has become one of the fine arts in both coun tries, but enough leaks out to ren der this certain, that Austria is now mobilizing G0,000 men, who are being quietly Ot ready in Bosnia." ASTOR HOUSE. J. S. MARTIN. ,7andies; Fruits. Foreign and VISITING CARDS. A I.ai-j-0 Stwk of FIXE YTSlTlXd CARDS. Domestic. OfEvcrv (Jnuie Every Variety of Fruit in Season. T 15E SOLI) FOR CASH. AT THE A3TORIAH OFFICE THE NEW MODEL Si-ucmoi-iin Street. I Hext Door to the Gem Saloon. HEST Dollar a Day Hotel in the North West: Mrs. Sophia Daggett, Proprietor. Special Attention Paid to the Comfort ot Suests. Comer Olney and Jefferso'a streets, ASTORIA, oi:K(;r)N- RATES, ONE DOLLAR A DAY. HEADQUARTEBS FOI SCHOOL BOOKS, And School Supplies at AdJers B-ook Store! Books Sold Positively LOWER THAN AMY OTHER HOUSE. AGOT FOR EXCHANGE AND INTRODUCTION OF NEW BOOKS To V,v Usi-tl, at Prices Established by tlie STATE SCHOOL BOARD. v-nT adIjSEL's :bc?--& aa-jL-u-t... KAXOE can be had in as- TOIU.V ONLY OF E. B. HAWE8, AGENT 'AI.1. AND EXAMINE IT. WILL BE PLEASED. YOlf K. It. HAWKS Is also ajent for the Bid patent (Mill Stove And other flrst-clas3 Stoves. Purnaoe "Work. Steam Fit tings, otc. a speoialty A FUI-I STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. "Ml C -EST "J-" Lsr -UL JJ jci. ju 9 -DEALER I- 35T .A.. ASSIGNEES SALE. Wednesday, "Oct. 21st. at 2 P. M. The Democratic newspapers are divided as to advice regarding Democratic policy in the coming legislative session. The most of them oppose the session and indi . rectly advise the Democratic mer li bers to stay away. The Rop jb lican newspapers endorse.' the action of the governor in catl'mo a special session. There is. consid erable interest manifested as to -who the senatorial can.dida tes will be. "Williams and .Mitc'nell are mentioned as frequently as any. If Clatsop county had the say, Jno. H. Mitchell "would get an al most unanimous -vote. A. V. JO . i .n.t r.r iimicnlmlil (Innita- Till, Short Iron, ami Copper Uare. a general .i-"" .-. ... AfKT KOK 1IAGEE STOVES AN KAKGE8, THE BEST IA THE MARKET . Plumbing goods of all kinds on hand. Job workdone In a workmanlike er- Plumbing, Gas Fitting ana wnnerj r-.- ... .-...r-J On Reasonable lenn;. Kext to C Ii- garner h iore. amiucib, x,xm.. ClicnamitM Street, HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. PARKER HOUSE At AVors ley's Auction Rooms 1 U' .sell to the highest bidder, the stock of groceries ortlif . Kiatc ofF. R. Elbersoit. Consisting of Oof ees, Teas, Canned Goods, Candles, Paper llacs Ac. Terms Cash. u .S.WOltSLEY. F.H.I'OINDEXTEK. Auctioneer. Assignee. 1885. INTEREST SVIll be allowed On Time Deposits. Drafts on all the leading Citiey. Wm. T. Coleman & Co, .. H. F.L3IOKE, Manager Banking Departinenfr Astoria. Orep n. A "SVAsmxcrroK dispatch sas "the president never changes his mind." If so he- wont have much left of the original material in an other year. As a matter of neces sity presidents and other public men shoold- change t"heir minds oc casionally. It is considered certain that war -will result between England and Burmah. England has fought nothing but savages for the last twenty years, and the Burmese are but little better than savages. - The railroad between Tacoma and Seattle will be opened to traffic next Sunday. Wanted. A FIRST CLASS SECOND MATE FOK the American ship T. F. OaUat z annlv immediately to OrtoJ.P.EETTS. JAS. TURK. ""Wholesale and Retail Dealer in PmvIsIqrs, MILL FEED. Glass and Plated Ware, TROPICAL AND DOMKSTK' FRUSTS Am VEGETABLES. Together with Wines, UquQ?s,7obaccG,Cigars Holden s Auction Rooms Established January 1st, 1877. E. C. IIOLDEN, Heal Estate anil General Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, Chenauuw Street. - Astoria, Oregon. North Pacific BREWERY, JOHN KOPP, - - - Proprietor. ! Patronize Home Industry! We Mi-ily as MOD A QUALITY OF BEER As Any in the Market, AT AS ICK.VSOXAltlil: A IMSIt'i:. W'Til. AI.I.Ka. Iroir. First Class in Every Respect Free Coarli to the House. Tide Land for Sale T AM NOW OFFERING MY TIDE U VNI) A situated on Young's River Bay as the mouth of Lewis and Clarke Rlier. as the rate of $!5 per acre. Purchasers can take ten to twenty acres each, if they wishv and by joining dikes can dike the whole at a verv small exoense. Tills land Li itntlia wa- (ter's edge, thus making it very dosa able Jor those who wish to combine iv fl-i ling station with farming The land ionly! '1-2 miles from the center of Astori.v and i an excellent place for hay or milk ranoS . or (vegetable ganlens. auu. U. lYi.vixr. . . le M Paciic Brewery Beer Is Pure and Unadulterated. It gives general Satisfaction and is Funi isheu in Quantities to Suit. Lexuc Orders "With Wm. Rock, Germauia Saloon, or Tunis. Evi.N.ox, nest to Foard & Stoke?. Daily Delivery in Any Part of the City. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, Corner Third ami K Streets, PORTLAND, - - - OREGON. Our facilities are such that we defy competition. This Is the largest and most respectably kept Hotel In the Northwest. Board and Lodging 5 1 .00 per day MKALS.23 cents. LODGIN't'.2and:-0centa Free Buss to and from the House. Hardware and Slip Chanrllery VAH DUSEN & GO., DEAT.KES IN 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 Herring Machines, I'uints and Oils, Groceries, etc. es-Xo Chinese Eiirploycd.-su K. Lcniston, (late of Miunesota House)Prop O. CLAP.K. AGENT. C. W. KXOWLKS. I, D. UROWA". Notice. 1 KTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT. THE J .1 annual meeting of the stockholder s of t he Washington racking Gommny wil I he h eld on Wednesday. "November -'th-lSS , at o ne o'clock r. si. at the ofllco of the cam lery a . or near the city of Astoria, Oregon, for tl le purpose of electing five dlrortors an d to u -ansact such other business as iiuiyLtw ful I ' come heforo the meeting. SAMUEL JiSXDT. Vn s. J. "W. G EAKHAltT, Secv. Astoria, October 1st, ISSi. Auction sale of Sundries c cr" Saturday, at 10 -30 a. si., at. mv Auction Itoonis. Will conduct Auction &ilcs of Ileal fctate. Cattle, and Farming Stock wherever le- bired. . , .. r. , Cash Itetnrns 1'romptlJ maue auer aan.--.. Consignments respectfully solicited, Yftinr.- iiii,iir fnr ilin State of Oreson. CommLSbioner of Deeds for Washington ,.oTOKta Territory. . .,,,,, rt s I Auent lor uauy aim cpm u"u"'- i Carnaliaii & Co. SUCCESSORS TO I. W. CASE, fiEKEEAL IMF011TKKS AND WHOLESALE AND ItKTAlL DEALERS IN jrner Chenamus aud Cass streets. - OREGON St. Charles Hotel, (European Plan.) BItOWN & IvNOWLES - - Proprietors First Class ix Evkkv Respkct, Good Restaurant Connected with the House Fire-proof Brick Building. ISO Rooms, la the Center of the City. Cor. Front and Morrison Sts., Tortland. Or Nicely Furnished R o-oms. TVHTlTn OR WITIIOOT BOARD; AT T Mrs. S. T. aicKean's, Cass street, ti iree d oors south of Asroni,vx oIIIcjc. Furnished Roo ms. 7 l f RS. E. C. HOLDEN HAS A . FEW NIC E- J. TJL ly furnished rooms to rei it at Titc dt 't is rs per montli and upward, an A by the wet k o. might. Enquire corner Malir aiid Jeltej -y m streets. 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. Rates SS.:iO to $10.25 tlio Cheapest to Council Bluffs, Omaha, Kansas City 715 Howard St. IWcar Third. San Francisco. A first-class Lodeinc Hotel, containing 130 rooms ; water and gas in each room ; no oet ter heds in the world ; no guest allowed to use the linen once used hy another ; a large reading room; hot and cold water; haths free. Price of rooms 1'er night. 5oc and 7oC ; per v. cek, from 52 upward. Open all night. R. HUGHES, Proprietor. At Market street Ferry, take Omnibus line of street cars to corner of Third and Howard. Sol MM elry, Surf Pins, Wis, f atte, Pianos and Organs of the Best make at the Lowest Prices. The finest stock of Jewelry in Astoria. 0r-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. AND OTHER POINTS. Pullman Palace and Kmicrrnnt Sleeping Cai-H linuletl on KxpreMS Trains Exeluslvely without Change. If von are going east write ior nates, luaps, jiiih iauu-s. uiiiuet ami r wiiiii."i. FKEE OF CHAltOE. K.A.XOYES. W. Ii. GAKKKTSOX. Asst. Agt., Astoria. Agent. Astoria. B. CAIPBELIi. General Agent, So, l, Washiugton street, Portland, Oregon. In The Field Again! J. G. ROSS Havim; Purchased the Interest of the Mcintosh, Bros., IN THE PIONEER RESTAURANT, "Would most respectfully inform liisnumer- ous friends in the city of Astoria and sur lounding conntry that he is now ready to do business again at his old stand. Gome and see me A Well Supplied Table, and Clean Comfortable Beds. Sr-None but "White Cooks Em.pIoyed.-5 EXCURSION TICKETS! FR03I ASTORIA TO PORTLAND AND RETURN Tor $2.50, ON THE "TELEPHONE," THOS. MAIRS, (Late Cutter with M. D. Kant.) Restaurant For Sale. A PPLY AT ASTORTAN OFFICE. FasHmUB Tailor A Good Fit Guaranteed. CHARGES MODERATE. Shop opposite Bozorth & Johns.