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Fit! DAY J NOVEMBER 0. 1ES3
Tuesday's election results in
the defeat of Butler and Butler
ism in Massachusetts, and the
election of a Republican by 10,087
majority; in the triumph of the
Democracy in Virginia, and the
deserved defeat of "boss" Mahone;
in a reversal of the Democratic
majority in New York of 193,000
to a figure just large enough to
swear by. In New York, as in
Massachusetts, the legislatnre is
Republican, insuring a United
States senator. In Minnesota the
Republican state ticket has 16,000
majority; in New Jersey the
Democrats have 5000 majority; in
Pennsylvania the Republicans are
ahead, and in Maryland the Demo
cratic majority is as usual. Con
necticut goes Republican; Missis
sippi is solidly Democratic. Every
one is satisfied, and even Butler
telegraphs his delight at getting
such a large vote.
Soile wise man once said
"Eternal vigilance is the price of
liberty." The remark continues
to be quoted because it cannot be
improved. A due regard for
municipal safety also suggests a
certain amount of vigilance. There
is a quiet movement at present to
form a little combination that may
result to Astoria's great injury, in
placing in the mayor's chair a man
who would be only a cat's paw for
an unprincipled vagabond. Dur
ing the past two Tcars Astoria has
been fortunate in the matter of
municipal officers. The placing
in power of a man with no inter
ests in the city and whose instinct
and education alike lead him to
affiliate with those who would
suck the blood of the city, would
be of lasting injury to this com
munity. It would be one of the
cases where the tail would wag
the dog, and the dog would steal
what he was set to guard. Should
the issue come between midnight
murder and public weal, the result
must be a victory for the right,
and for the material interests that
center in our prosperous city.
Ax official account of the opera
tions of the French army in Ton.
quin has just been issued by the
home government and gives a very
favorable view of the situation in
the east. The position of the
French, it is said, lias materially
improved. They now hold all the
strategic points in the Red river
delta, and only await reinforce
ments to complete the pacification
of the country. There can be
very little doubt that the actual
condition of affairs in the cast is
much graver than the official re
port would lead one to believe.
Very little light is thrown on the
matter by the dispatches which
are received from the scene of
trouble from time to time, but the
opinion gains ground that the de
ly in which the negotiations be
tween the French and the Chinese
governments bas resulted has gone
far to weaken the French position.
Referiuxg to the life-saving
stations on this coast the New
York Maritime Register says:
"Here are two thousand miles of
sea coast, a 'large part of it dan
gerous, with but a handful of sta
tions scattered at great intervals
along it. Six new stations are pro
posed for this coast, but they have
not yet been established. That
this should be done without further
delay is manifest. Commerce and
navigation along these shores are
increasing rapidly, and it will not
be long before six additional sta
tions will be insufficient to insure
adequate service on the coast.
More stations and efficient service
at each station are certainly needed
on the Pacific coast facts which
the superintendent of the service
and the. secretary of the treasury
should remember in making out
their plans for this season's work."
TnE present, session of the
"Washington Territory legislature
is not a very brilliant one. The
legislators seem at a loss how to
spend their time.
The Rev. Thos. Green of Chica
go says the devil is running all
the newspapers. This is rough on
the religious publications.
The New York Republican
state committee are credited with
having spent $1,000,000 in the
campaign just closed.
Old and Jietr Immigration.
The matter of immigration is
an important one in our national
life. The overflow of Europe, we
represent many creeds and nation
alities. In the early times those
who emigrated crossed the Atlan
tic in search of civil and religious
liberty; each pioneer had a pur
pose, each pioneer a high resolve;
the Puritans to New England, the
English Catholics to Maryland, the
French Huguenots to South Caro
lina. These handfuls of earnest
men and women made their im
press and exercised most potent
influence. Their ideas were fer
vent, their hopes were full of lofty
aspirations. In them lived the
spirit of the zealot, the martyr, the
reformer, and the enthusiast.
But increasing wealth and the
changes that effect succeeding
generations are notably influencing
the new immigration. The human
itarian; the seeker after truth; the
zealous lover of liberty, that now
come to this country are Jost in
the throng of those who arc im
pelled by motives of thrift and
gain, and who come solely to bet
ter their condition. This is but
natural; its effect attracts atten
tion. A Sacramento paper of re
cent date says that the only native
American merchant in that city
was closed out by the sheriff last
week. This is illustrative. Social
ly, politically, religiously, mechan
ically, industrially, commercially,
and intellectually, the United
States is in the hands of men who
have accepted it as a heritage, and
who will transmit it to a succeed
ing generation that will doubtless
view their existing order of things
with as much surprise as many of
the present day.
Ax ex-Confederate surgeon re
lates in the Cleveland Leader that
once during the war, while a terri
ble thunder storm was raging,
"Stonewall" Jackson ordered Gen.
Mahone to take his men and
charge the Union forces. Then,
tired out, Jackson Jay down under
a tree and fell asleep. Soon he
was aroused by one of Mahone's
aids, who said: "General, I am
sent by General Mahone for ord
ers. He says the rain has wet the
ammunition of his troops, and
wants to know whether he shall
return." Replied Jackson: "Ask
General Mahone it the same rain
which God sends to wet his ammu
nition will not wet that of the
enemy. Tell him to charge them
with cold steel."
The New York Sim cries
"fraud," and says those wicked
Republicans bought votes. The
delicate question arises whose
votes were bought. It isn't possi
ble that they were Democratic
Vaxderbilt has been giving his
ideas about "Wall street "bears."
He says "it is cheap to be a 'bear,'
and they haven't money enough to
be anything else."
With what earnestness and
unction the blue bloods of Boston
will eat their Thanksgiving din
ners, now that Butler is over
In Astoria Nov. 7. Jas. W. Welch, to
Mrs. Ida.M. Bell, by Rev. S. Wood.
iiumuoiuc, umornia papers picase
ASTORIA LIQUOR STORE,
AUG. DANIELSON, - - Proprietor.
Rebuilt and .Refitted TlireHshont.
The Best of
WIXES.IiiqUOKS, A5D CIGARS
For a Good Cigar, call for one or
Comer West 9th and Water Streets, Astoria.
he regular annual meeting of the direct
ors of the Pvthlan Land and Rulldln?r
Association will "be held in Pythian Castle,
on WednesdaT December 5th 1853. immedi
ately after the adjournment oIAjtor Lodge
No. C, K. of P., for tne election of officers for
ine ensuing year, ana me transaction oisuca
other business as may come before the
E. A. 70 YES Secretary.
Astoria, Nov. 9, 18S3. dtd
TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
i." J. Ilerzog is no longer in my employ
and therefore unauthorized to receipt or
collect for me. Win. LOKB.
FIVE HUNDRED CORDS DRY HEM
lock Wood, which I will deliver at the
liouses of customers for S4 a cord.
Draying or all kinds done at reasonable
rates. R. B. MARION.
Delinquent City Taxes.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I,
the undersigned, Cliief of Police, have
been furnished with a warrant from the
City Council requiring me to collect the tax
es assessed for the year 18S3, and now delin
quent upon the list and make return of the
same within sixty days. All parties so in
debted will therefore please take notice and
govern themselves accordingly.
Chief of Police.
Astoria, Oregon, October 20tn,
Special Auction Sale
Valuable Real Estate and Water
Frontage. Steam Engine and
Machinery, Lumber, Etc.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10,
At 10:30 A. 21.
Instructed by the Astoria Box and Lnm
ter Manufacturing Co.. I will sell at public
auction, on the premises. Lots 5 and c and
the exist S3 feet of IjoI 7, Adair's Astoria, be
ing 200 feet unbroken frontage o. said Block,
together with all the water franchise be
longing to same. Also, the 11x20 Horizontal
sieam tJigme, lioners, nauers, urniKey.
Pumps, and machinery of the sawmill and
box tactory, as damaged by fire.
Also, 14.IK.0 leer good box iumocranu ioi oi
Terms Cash. E. C. HOLDEX,
For further particulars see posters.
Wreciap Auction Sale.
Pilot Schooner 'J. C. Cousins."
Friday, Nov.9T 10:30 A. M.
For account of whom it may concern.
I will sell at Public Auction, for cash, to
the highest bidders, at the
Store of Mcsarw, Foard & Stokes,
SnilM, lllcizlus. Block. Tackle, and
Furniture, recovered from the wreck of
l'llotKcnaoner "J. t:ouHinHT
See jesters. E. C. HOLDEN,
Finest fitted up Billiardand Sample Rooms
in me uity.
Everything first-class throughout.
At the entrance to the O. R. & N, Dock,
Xi. X. Jolison,
Has re-opened his
CIGAR AND TOBACCO STORE,
On the Roadway, near his old location. He
will keep the stock of the choicest Cigars,
and Tobaccos, and a full line of smokers' ar
ticles, including the finest meerschaum
piles. He will be pleased to see his old
menus at ins newsianu.
Wilson & Fisher,
Iron, Steel, Coal, Anchors, Chains,
TAR, PITCH, OAKUM,
NAILS AND SPIKES,
Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oils
FLOUR AJfI 3XIUT. FEED.
Agents for Salem Flouring Mills,
and Capital Flour.
All sizes, at Portland Prices, in Stock.
Comer Chenanius and Hamilton Streets
FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT-
The splendid Al British Iron
"Will be shortly on the berth for SALMON
in lots to suit snippers. ForireigJit and In
sumncc apply to
Messrs. BALFOUR, G OTHRIF. Jfc Co..
Or to 1. L. CHERRY, Astoria.
The programme for the fourteenth year of
this magazino. and the third under the new
name, is if anything more interesting and
popular than ever. With every season Tue
Century shows a decided galu in circula
tion. The new volume begins with Novem
ber, and. when possible, subscriptions should
begin with that issue. The following arc
some of the features of the coming year:
A 'ew Xorel by George Y. Cable, author of
"Old Creole Days," etc. entitled "Dr. Se
vier,-a. sioryoi iew uncans me. me tune
oeing the eve or the late Civil War.
"Life In the Thirteen Colonic," by Ed
ward Egglestox. separate illustrated na
person subjects connected with Uie early
history of this country.
Three Stories by Henry James of varying
icngiiis, 10 appear inruugu uia year.
7bf 'ew Astronomy, untcchnical articles
by Prof. S. P. Langley. describing the
most interesting of recent discoveries in the
sun and stars.
A NoTelette by II. II. Somen, author of
"Guunar," etc A vivid and sparkling story.
The 'ew Era in American Architecture, a
series of papers descriptive of the best
woras oi American architect in ruullc
Buildings, i ity and Country Housis. etc
To be profusely Illustrated.
A KoTellelte by Robert Crant, author of
"Confessions of a Frivolous Girl," etc, en
titled "An Average Man," a story of New
The Bread-nlnnerc, one of the most re
markable novels of the day, to be complet
ed in January.
"Christianity and Wealth," with other es
says, by Uie author of "The Christian Lea
gue of Connecticut," etc., on tho application
of Christian morals to the present phases of
Coasting Aboat the Gulf of St. Lawrence,
a scries of entertaining articles profusely il
lustrated. Scenes from the Xorellsts, Hawthorne,
George Eliot, and Caulk, with authentic
On the Track of Ulysses, the record of a
yacht cruise in the Mediterranean, identify
ing the route of Ulysses on his return from
the Trojan war.
"Garfield In England," extracts from his
private journal kept during a trip in Kuropo
"The Silverado Squatters," by Robert
Loins Stevenson, author of "New Ara
There will be papers on outdoor England
by John Burroughs and others, a beauti
ful illustrated series on Dante, a number of
papers by the eminent French novelist, al
rnoNSE Daudet, articles on art and arch sc
l"Sl'f by Charles Dudley "Warner and
otuers, illustrated papers on sport and ad
venture, short stones by the leading writers,
essays on timely subjects, etc, etc
Subscription price, Si.oo a year; single
numbers sold everywhere, at So cents each.
All dealers receive subscriptions, or remit
tance may be made direct to the publish
ers by postal or express order, registered let
ter, bauk check or draft.
To enable subscriccrs to begin with the
first volume uuder The Century name, we
make the following special offers :
iVeic subsbri berg beginning icith Novem
ber, 1833. moy obtain the magazine one year
from date, and the twentufour previous num
bers, unbound, for $8.00. Regular price for
Uie three years, $12.00.
Or, if preferred, a subscription and the
twenty-four numbers bound in four ele
gant volumes will be furnished for 810.
Regular price, sic.
THE CENTURY CO..
New York, N. Y.
!8 New York
Has opened to the public a full line of
Toys, Velocipedes, Roller Skates, Jewelry,
Silver and Plated Ware,
Baby Carriages, Bird Cages. Japanese Goods. Accordeons. Violins,
Sheet Music. Stationery. Cutlery. Notions, and other
Novelties too numerous to mention.
"Onlv one price for all"' is our watchword, and we are willing to "stand or fall" by
Our Record. "Honestv Is the best iKlicy."and our past actions are a guarantee for our
Owing to our large increase of business we hnvo had tu open in niorst commodious
ijuarters. We invite the public to give us a call and thus satisfy themselvns thnt nothing
Ls misrepresented. a we take great pleasure In showing owr goou.
We make aspmalty r
Baby Carriages, Accordeons.
And all kinds of Reading Matter.
A complete line of IIOLIOAY OOODH unsurpassed anyu here will bo opened
suoniy. uur prices ueiy competition, can
New York Novelty Store
Main Street, a -
The Favorite Astoria Suburb. Eligible Site for Homes. Little or no
Grading for Lots or Expenses on Street Improvements.
Plenty of Wood and Good Water.
If vou want to make monev while you are asleep, seize this opportunilj to INVEST
IN AL'DKRBROOIC lMtOHvKfY.anir double your money next spring.
This Is no fiction for It Ls well known that Alderbrook lots sold at auction last year
have since been soul tor three times the amount tncy Drought then. Aim in view oi tne
extensive milling operations- contemplated to be erected at an early day in Alderbrook
similar results are sure io iouow a judicious investment oi a iew nunureti now.
Instructed by Messrs. Bozorth & Johns, on
Wednesday, November 14th, at i:30 P. M.
At my Auction Rooms.
I will sell at Public Auction, to the hlglipst bidders, :a eligible lots in the town of Alderbrook.
TERMS: One half cash, balance In easy
Maps showing location of Lots to be sold can
Fine Goods - Reduced Prices
Ladies desirous of procuring Goods
une quale & in Style and Finish, will
take pleasure in examining our
SILKS, SATINS and DRESS GOODS.
GENTS' FURNISHING DEPARTMENT,
Everything is Complete
and of the "best.
FURNITURE Ss BEDDING
AND DEAIEll IN
Carpets, Oil Cloth,
Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Picture Frames and Moulding
WINDOW CORNICES AND CDKTAIN POLES
Complete In every branch.
T 0 CANNERYMEN !
I WILL HAKE BOXES XEXT SEASQX
In any amount required, and guarantee
to have them satisfactory In every respect.
Sly price for shooks will be 13 cents ; for
nailed boxes 17 cents. Anyone wishing to
make a contract for cases can confer with
J. O. TKULLINGER.
oct4-3m Proprietor West Shore Milk.
THE LATEST STYLES
B. B. FRANKLIN'S,
XEXTDOORTO ASTOKIAN OFFICE.
A very large Stock from which to select.
"Window curtains made to order.
SSTMy patent Trimmer to cut Wall Paper
will be lound convenient to my patrons.
ami ne convmceu.
I. S. L. Store,
- Astoria, Oregon.
payments to suit purchasers. Title pcrfet.
be seen at my oMcc or atBozorth & Johns'.
XL C. HOLDEN. Auctioneer.
Wall Paper, Mirrors,
. Hardware aM SMj CMerj
! A. VAN DUSEH & CO.,
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil. Bright Varnish,
Binnacle Oil, Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine,
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails.
FalRts and Oils, Groceries, etc,
TER apply to !h Captain, or to E.P. Parker,
E. F. STETTEXTS & Co.
OIT-Y BOOK STORE.
HAVE JlTST ICEC53XYED A MAHDIOTH STOCK OF BOOKS.
The young and old, rich and poor can all be accommodated.
Agents for the Kranich & Bach and Mandsfeldt & Notni Pianos and
Western Cottage Organs.
Orders for all kinds of Musie or Instruments will be promptly filled.
H. F. STEVENS & CO.,
City Book Store.
r ial&U W
THE NEW MODEL
A FULL STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND.
Two doors e:ist of Occident Ilotel. ASTORIA, OREGON.
(SUCCESSOR TO JACKINS & MONTGOMERY.)
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING, AND CANNERY WORK
Attended to Promptly on Reasonable Terms.
CJIF.AAJIUS STKEET. Xext to C I. Parker's Store.
MARTIN OLSEN &, CO.
FUKjSTITUBjE 25 BEDDING.
Corner 3Xaln and Wqnemoqna Streets. AHtoria, Oregon.
WINDOW SHADES AND TRIMMINGS; WALL PAPER' ETC
A Complete Stock.
PRICES AS CHEAP AS QUALITY WILL AFFORD.
ATX KKTDS OF FUKUITUItE KEPAIKXvD AIV'D VJUiSISHED.
West-Eighth Street Assessment. r
NOTICE is hereby given that the assessment made by Ordinance jSo. SGOof
the City of Astoria, Clatsop County Oregon, and which Ordinance passed the
Common Council of said city on the 10th day of October, 1883, and was approved
on the 11th day of October, 188,'t, for the proposed improvement of West-Eighth
street, in the City of Astoria, as laid out and recorded by John M. Shively, from the
south side of Water street to the south side of Cedar street in the manner pro
vided by Ordinance No. 507 of the City of Astoria, and which Ordinance passed,
the Common Council of said city on the 23d day of October, 1883, and was
approved on the 24th day of October, 1883. on eacli of the following described
lots trontmg on said portion of said street, is now payable at the omce or tne uity
Treasurer in U.S. gold coin, and unless paid within five days from the expir
ation of this notice, viz: Thursday. November 15. 1883, the Common Council will
issue warrants for the collection thereof.
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Sisters of Charity 125 (5 iU 4(5 Sll 50 173 80 5185 SO
W W & G W Parker 125 G 134 562 50 199 70 262 2G
Jas W Welch 1
Mrs S F Wood
John W Welch 125 1 135 G2 50 C2 50-
D H Welch
Mrs 21 1 Herren j
By order of the Common Council.
Astoria, October 20, 1883.
Eugene D. Biock, Master.
or TOWING, FREIGHT or CHAR
II. It. PABSEB.
ei & Bozorth
Have a Full Line of
RANGE CAN BE HAD IN AS
TORIA ONLY OF
CALL AND EXAMINE IT, YOU
WILL BE PLEASED.
E. R. HAWES Is also agent for the
Ml patent CooMdi Stove
And other flrst-class stovea.
Furnnco Work, Steam Fit
tings, etc., a specialty-
Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware
A General Assortment of
Magee Stoves and Ranges
The Best in the market.
Piumolng goods of all kinds on hand. Job
work done In a workmanlike manner.
The assessment is as follows :
T. S. JEWETT,
Auditor and Oterkr