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ASTORIA, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1 884.
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SLOW LEGISLATION AND THE l'UOIl
K'V f the
Washington, April , lSt
In two respects IV present j-.-u
promises to be a johtK;al phMios3
uon. The Idost lioqueiU-i of t!i
lobbies of congress jiecr saw let,nla
tion in eo backward ;nd dopluru'ile a
condition, and the prediction is aow
freely made tbat for a o-iKttjiiu:
congress tbis will outstrip all Its
predecessors. There are about GU3
bills favorably .icied ujwn by c at
mittees, now on tue house ilen.l .ta
seven or eight special ord&&, l he
tariff bill, and the agricultural, In
dian, sundry civil, nvor and hnrboi.
and legislative,. executive, ext.-cu.tive
and. judioial appropriation bills un
touched. Under the most favorable
circumstances it v. ill require until
July 1st to pass the lanff and appro
priation bills. Fulh 350 Mil whirs
have passed the senate are now. i u,.
on the speakers table in the houe.
awaiting reference to conimifct.
These bills are tux" iblvtheonlv ones
that will ever Iv en:...d In thfi
scramble of the last hours, thev will ' i ueucre in Jtceping cKe vo ue
be dragged out of their resting 'place jjniople. In fact, they baheve in keeo
and rushed through. So far J bis ses-; "? far away ironi thein as fx.ssible
sion the house has not on- taken u; ' probably because Uiey foar teniff
the regular calendar, upon -.rhicji 1 conUmiuate!.
there are over 200 b'lls. i'robablj ir
will never be touched during the
present congress. Special orders aud
the committee otho whole will oc
cupy the 'time" until July.
work BEro::n coxgi:es.
With the four mouths ended day
before yesterday, congress passed
fifteen bills and resolutions. If four
months is required to pas no small a
number, how long would it Like to
pass the 600 now on the files? Some
thing like leu years! Some of the old
members say it is a blessing that con
gress cannot pass the G'K) under ten
years, for 80 per cent of them art
jobs. But they do not slate how
many really necessary bills die every
year and how much money is spent
printing and reprinting the msasures
introduced. Some of thesi bills orig
inated ten, twenty, thirty years ago.
Congressmen have come and gone,
but through defeat and death the
bills have survived and biennially are
introduced, reierred, reported
left to perish on the files. All
trrPWPQnrAslniv. lm' L this ia cra.rallv
acknowledged to be the slowest fo'r
3earS, If not the SlOW.-'St thai ever IIIK
in Washington. At the very groatost.
6 per cent of the business before it
cannot be transacted. Some of the
members believe this fact will hurt
the Democratic party, which bsin in
eontrol of the house, is now bold re
sponsible for legislation. If it has
any political effect, however, others
think it will be benefici-1 to li:.tt
party. No legislation is goad legisla
tion. Except as the discussions indi
cate or disclose the inner senlinieuib
of the political parlies, nothing but
good can come politically from it.
THE PKESIDKNIUAI. CAMPAIGN.
Congressional inaction, however, is
an infant phenomenon beside the
presidential canvass. The wii't-.-
haired statesman occupying a se ;t in
either branch, never saw anything
like it. Old Luke Poland, who was
retired some years ago in consequence
of gag law proclivities, but who has
lived down his unpopularity, says he
never saw a politioal contest so unex
citing. The national conventions are
now about two months off, and yol
there is not a candidate for either
party in the field. One thing only is
settled Samuel J. Tildan will not
run. Of the Bepublicaus, Blaine is !
cfill BTifTiurfld on his hisinrv. Edmunds
sitB in the chair of the -cnale every
day, unconcerned at the fact tuat the
people say he cherishes an ambition,
and John Sherman is said to contem
nlate the comin? convention without
the slightest interest. Loau is rap-, cere in declining presidential honors,
idly discovering that it is well for him ' .Randall, therefore naturally succeeds
to hedge before the convention meets , to the protectionist robe; but he can
and he is reported to be doing so, never be nominated. Xo one is san
and President Arthur, who is gather-' guiue enough to even hazard an opin
ing in a delegation here and there in ' ion that he can. The western tariff
the south, says if his candidacy should reformers, mad as they are over the
arouse the oia lactionai reeling ot .
pbogeess of blaike's bdok.
,,'.. . . A1
Whoever the nominee of the Ke-
pubbcans may be be is certain to be
chosen by the people Blame will, on ,
the first ballot, so the best politicians
here say, have Maine, ew Hanip-
shire, part of isew lork, three-quar-!
ters of Pennsylvania, portions of i
Michigan, Wisconsin. Minnesota,
Iowa and Kansas, and all of Oahfor-1
nin n-rarrnn nriri Nfrnln. Tines vntn i
will not be sufficient to nominate him.
If John Sherman is a candidate Ohio i
will cast its vote for him, but Blaine,
if what Ohio men here say is true,
will be the unanimous second choice.
Vermont and Massachusetts will vote
for Edmunds, Connecticut for Haw
ley, Illinois for Logan and Indiana
for Harrison or Gresham. President
Arthur, if kept in the field after being
found without the delegation from
his own state, will receive scattering
votes from several delegations, but
will have none solid, except from the
It will bo seen from this statement
that Blaine is likely to lead in the
convention. The result of that will
be as always, the other candidates,
combining against the favorite , will
control the organization, adopt the
rule3 and decide the order of busi
ness, npon which a great deal often
depends. The key to the situation
therefore is in the second choice of
states which have "favorite sons.' If
Indiana and Ohio have Blaine for
second choice, -his nomination is
almost certain. If Blaine is" nomin
ated, Secretary Lincoln will be the
A CUBBENr CALOtJIiATIOIf.
Accounts from Pennsylvania show
that Blaine will have but five or sis
of the district, delegates from that
state. It is admitted that of the sev
enty from New Tork lie will have at
iiio, viv-ov" X . , 1
1880, he -will witbdraAV from the fijjbt. ' as they probably will be over tue lm
This is authoritively slated. Without ' pending tariff defeat, both of which
-ronf.irm. nil tlifisfl'mpn "rfifimo tn h tbev lav directly at Randall's door.
leas forty. The convention "will cou
sisi of 820 delogratos. nil of whom will
be elected by the people of con
gressional delegates except loui for
t6c'u state at large and two for the
territories. Those who are fijjminjr
tin tho near and remote effects of the
J31ahic boom make a calculation some
liting: like this:
Penas.'.vnuia . . .
Ohio (2d eboica)
This Is o2 votes less tl an will iioin
inate, but by the time Blaiae reach, s
the total indicated it ib calc-i'ls-l ,
nothing will then prevent a slaiam.It
io him ' James is viry clo-e to Vu
people.'' said one of his conurewonal
friends to m- the other day, '"when
we yet into convention we rely a good
Jeal on that to pull ns through. He
isn't liko Edmunds. Logan tiud son;
of the others, who hold t!ieirheadso
hili tuy never see- anvWodj. but ho !
; be ievs ji following Abraham Lin-
i co.uV -idrioe to Lncle Dick O-'lesby.
'Uncie Dick,' said the Rreat president.
'kep eVoe to the people; they're al-
wnys riglit.7 JMhnmids, Liognn, Ar-
mur ana some 01 tnoe otuer leuowfi
KBBl'ING OrOSB TO THE 1'BOl'LR.
"I reeoHi it." continued ihc
man, in replying to a suggestion
probablv Edmunds' rcmotcno. '
from the people would not impair his
u-elulness in the white house, 'some
vears ago voting on a bill m the house '
which permitted onlv fifteen passen-
., Twin Chiii'i in Jnnil in 3iii Ti"r5ii
ner-i irom onin.i 10 lanu in oau x rnii-.
cisco, and afterward
year restriction bill.
voting for a ten it-.irx, PnuJ. i
I resillect ati4v. Siiujc of (he
that lime hearing or a vote taken '
somr- yars before in California upon
restricting Chinese immigration,
where out' of 3G0.0D0 people only
about 8K) voted for the Chinaman,
.nd I iccollect hearing a great deal j
about the unanimity of your people
tljere. AVe all acknowledged "that
Cumeao exclusion would not hurt us, ;
and I -voted for all your bills on the i
ground that California kuew whai
she wanted, nud as her desires, in
fringed on nobody else's, she ought
to have them gralifited. I believe
that sentiment actually passed fhoso
buid. 5ut, when conrronted with
lU'ViiU VOtC lO b'V, What Uul kjti-
mnuds, Liogun, John Shenmu and
su:u; oi u;wse uiuei (rir!iut:uimi in
didates say? 'Why,' says Hr. Ed
mu.ids, 'the Californians are mistak
en; they don't know what they want.
I know better what is good for them.
To be snre we have no Chinamen in
Vermont and do not want any, but 1
am a great statesman and I never let
the people have what thoy want if I
can help it' This is practically what
he said, and he, wit'i Logan, Sher
man. Hoar ai1 feouvi of the others
who ywrn i 'j': into trie white house,
vo'tj I ; iin.-t the bills. What did
-Tim Klams say? "Why, says James,
'these people want this thing; it ain't
going to hurt us, and let us pass the
.bill.' You see, he wanted to let the
poople have t hoir way. lie keeps ,
close to the people, because they're
always right, and with the Kew York
and Pannsylvtma-niHchines .ut of the
way, the people are goia?to nominate
him at Chicago.'
ItAXDIT.i AXD TffB FRIER TBAUBRS.
From all that can le learned in
Washing? on it is reasonably certain
that Samuel J. Randall has boon
made the legatee of Tildcn. llandall
has alrealy carried over half the
Pennsylvania delegates to the nation
al democratic convention, and
politician1; of his own par
in congress believe he
will have more than half
of the New York delegation. It ap
pears that Henry B. Payne and Til
don himself are out of the contest.
No one here doubts that both are sin-
ueieai oi me wuisuj um, uuu maimer
will so into the convention with clubs
cGa hi,w-. XJ Probably impos-'
sible to beal the factional wounds al-
ready made in congros3 over tbo ,
tarijn years will be required in the '
abseilCB of great ;md absorbiuff issues
to reconcjie the men who now quarrel '
orer tbat quesliou, because it is one
tbat affecls all their political pockets. .
jDemocrats in botli lioiises aro rapidlv !
log beart) aud iu the hoxlS0 espe. .
ciall y, membors of tbat party aro in-
, J, . . n. rtA - .i !
to give up the fight in
Mr. Albert J. Smith, 221 West 24th
street, Xew York City, states that for
eight years he was bedridden with
rheumatism. Finally he used St. ,Ta
cobs Oil, the wonderful pain-annihil:
ator, and was completely cured.
Drink Mi I k and Grow Eat
And don't forget that
Aiwa j s Keeps
Milk by the Glass, Pint, or Quart,
At hi Fruit Sta-d. on Clinamns street,
0iM.He Spexurtli's Him tore.
Oregon Paint and Varnish Works,
Paints, Varnisli and Lacper.
Any sltarte mixed and ground to order.
C. P. PEAXtSOS & Co.,
r.O. KoxUS. Portland. Or.
FIRST CLASS SHAV1KC
Hair Dressing Saloon.
TTUTTfiDUPINAXF.W AND AUTISTIC
jO manner. Uvory attention paid patrons.
I have fined up aid oiiej-d a fit-clas
Rrberhop at C:ul Adiers old Mand on
Chenamus street, and am ready lor business
242 3al LKX OULblu
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Soro TlimuU SwclUnir. Sprnlns BruUc,
liiim. Scnlrto. Frot llltc,
15D ALL OTHER BODILY PAINS IJ.D ADIIS.
SU by Draspl'tt n4 I)ralr ererrwhere. Fifty Ceau ft
lx.uk DlrKtloci In 11 l.nrBst
TnE niAnLC k. vooei.kk co.
(Susca re A. TCfeEL& S .0 1 Mllnux, 31., t. S. A,
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is a MiHtil'iiuntkM ami
1 1 .u'
:.j .11" j . !:ilr4i'iljHUirtisllHi
tum? i "n iil.iiioa, ami thus m-
mint's t i!ii-uh:.s
t r-. niiowii iij iiiurrciii
li Hmm" am-.niliiirto i-t-
i iv. : ! itfttt? :f:J!y lir'.U'Su's or 'Kisr- of
:hi i;rttt iiorir li:.intr. Iiupnril ol
! fitfoil. S.mU aiv Dji-iSintia, l;lUlnn(f,
,rj r..'.;;j.o.y.,Kr;i.i'tTru DU
'rh . II -toch .ihtekrchr. General Ueah-
"' "'' IM'lf.U.'-V-U. I.UMCN IVIMWC.
p.,r. ,....,.-; ;,, ,,.; v.f..t-;i jwm
tHfiimm. t rS'irrn.
Litiiv. Silillitnii', AC.
tiiiioii im'veiits ana
oHtv Hios' v attni'kum He caiwc. Impurity
ift!i-f it'.i rhi-mii'-a'i'l ii!iKirisnis agree
! M'lut i- "tSi' iixM jreiiv.tiit :tn! efl'H'ii'iit
ii'i:imll.lj ,.r tin' Miuio".' Sole! l) Ini
rfl ?I -r UoJlle. tM (Ntiiniiii:.tsIivt.
'hii .!., in !.H'Hiiik'iVTionti" m IiseaM'3
( tin Kbnw." rKniirti ariHiiiil cai'Ii Iwrile.
JlRW. 1.1X1! OK
L Ax. xSi J
1$ XL W
.Jwt Ki!iltMM U ltarof Store,
IN Tilt-: CITY
iiade from tlie inost Flour
F. B. ELBERSON'S
GKES AND C0KFECTI08EBY.
i-.ttMyiliing Ui5t cl:is? and giuiranteed.
(Y.ftVc anil Ice Cream Parlors.
Ci I EXAM US ST KEET.
OF Ar.t. KISDS.
Weddings and Parties Mipplh-d with strictly
o-Frencli aud American-o
Manufactured, Wholesale and Itetall.
OX THK ROADWAV.
Scarf Pins. Chains, Watches,
S X Z V 13 3ei Wfija3E,
Of every description.
The finest stock of Jewelry in Astoria.
fesfAll goods vvarrautedasrepresented
GUSTAV HANSEN, JEWELER.
in. Vt EO E3 R
JH 5 B- ft 18-
""-sj? ta & fia fc"-"-
Bread and Gakes
The Mammoth Clothing Emporium
HI- XX KANT
Opens This Day for Inspection.
3Pa?iois sft Zero.
M. D. KAFT, The Boss Merchant Tailor
Hardware and Ship Chandlery
A. VAN DUSEN & CO..
Hardvare and Ship Chandlery,
Pure Oil, Bright Varnish,
Binaclc Oil. Cotton Canvas,
Hemp Sail Twine,
Cotton Sail Twine,
Wrought Iron Spikes,
Galvanized Cut Nails,
Paints :iml lliln. flroferir.s. !
10,000 BOTLE SOLD
Grpat Northwestern Remedy.
j Oregon Blood Purifier,
K!DNV S, LiVER DISEASES. DYSPEPSIA.
PJJ!PLE3.B10TCHES AND SKIM DISEASES.
, Tiio'se who work inri aim V.i'p nee i a
J wlmlcsnm-, iellailfMfdiPlne like Pfumler'.i
ureson uioou I'uruirr. as a renu-1 ami
urevi'inaiireiif ilisoasc. ir cannot be beat.
Iti'hcks Itheumatlsa and Malaria, n-llevcs
Constipation, Dyspepsia and IUHousncs and
nuts freIi fiie jjy into tlisy"tem by making
eir Klcli mooil. Alt linnets n ana ueai
en keep It. ?1 (X) Unities C fur 5.00.
!Ed.D; Curtis & Co.
STYLE AND FINISH.
A COMPLETE STOCK.
C. H. BAIN & CO.
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Transoms
Turning. Bracket Work. '
A siwcialty, and all work guaranteed.
Oak, Ash, Bay, and Walnut lumber ; Ore
gon and Port Orrord Cedar.
All kinds of boat material on hand.
C. 11. BA1X A CO.
m HESE CELEBRATED,
..imcitii.imi in T.nne Countv.dreiron.
are unequa mi lor w cure vi.mi .
fectlons, Hhcumatism. and Dyspepsia, as
th- usands throughout the Northwest will
Evi fv care Is vlvpn invalids and those
who seek the benefits f the watere
narrt ges icav the St Charts Hotel. Eu
gene City, even- Wednesday and Saturday,
direct fur the Spring.
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KHnCORDS DRY HEMLOCK WniCH
DwUi will deliver ar four dollars per
Tonvo rHirvcu nt Foard ft Stokes.
March 3lst, 1S3L
Finest and Best
Of Men's and Boys' Wearing
North of San Francisco.
Look Out for Novelties
Coutiins the Choicest rattems in
Spring and Summer Goxls.
A Complete Fit and Workmanship
Guaranteed la all Garments.
Reel Crown Flour.
Guaranteed a Superior Article.
Country Produce, Etc.
;3r"Cons!gnmeut3 So'Iclted. and Advances
made on same.
S. ARNDT & KERUHEN.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
8 H O P M
At kiuds of
Promptly attended to.
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
ARNDT & FERCHEN,
Agents for Oregon. Washington Territory,
and Alaska for
E. AV. BI.1SS'
Special Cannery Machinery !
Engines. Soldering Machines,
Improved Acid Bath and Crimping
Power Presses, Foot Presses,
And all other machinery tued In canneries,
including the new
Working without small springs, constantly
We respectfully invite all cannerymen to
call and examine the ab ive machinery as It
Is greatly superior to any heretofore intro
duced on this coast. Orders solicited.
AKXIT & FKKCIIEV.
Foot of Lafayette Street,
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Bentox Street, Near Pakkek Houe,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
GENERAL MACHINISTS AND
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
Of all DescriptiouH made to Order
at Short Xotlre.
A. D. Wass, President.
J. G. HC3TLEU, Secretary,
I. W. Cask, Treasurer.
Seining Ground for Rent.
IN FRONT OF B. C. KINDRED'S CLADL
near Fort Stevens. , r
Enquire on the premises or ci c. A. isiay.
STONE & DAYfflSON
HOTELS AND RESTAUKANTS.
H, J. PARK KK. Prep..
ASTORIA, - - - OREGON.
A1.CK03BY, - - Day Clerk-
Phil. BOWERS, - - Night Clerk.
Jas. DUFFY has the Bar and Billiard room.
First Glass in all Respects.
FBEE COAOH TO THE HOUSE.
A Good Gup of Coffee
AND OYSTERS AT
Mrs. Powell's Coffee House,
On Mula Street next to Oregon Bakery.
NEW AND WELL EQUIPPED
L.Serru has rebuilt hi; stuMishutent and
is inepared to accommodate the traveling
A good meal furnished at any hour of the
day or night.
'i he Quest Liquors and Cigars at the bar.
Two doors west of Ike Foster's.
n2S-6ra LUIGf SERRA.
Fipres Never Lie !
Or THE CHOP HOUSE
Can prove by his books that he Is doing the
biggest business of any
In the city, and he will guarantee to give
the best meal for cash.
Mala street, Astoria, Oregon.
BERGMAN & KEKKT, PROPRIETORS.
RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN
tlon of the public to the fact that the
above Market will always be supplied with a
FULL VARIETY AND BEST QUALTTA
FRESH AND CURED MEATS I !
Which will be sold at lowest rates, whole
joeai d retail.
3 Special attention given to supplying
N. DAVICH & CO. - - Proprietors.
Leave Your Orders for
Fish, Game, Eggs, Butter,
We furnish Provisions, Fresh and in Good
Condition, Dres-ed Chickens, Vegetables,
and Market Produce of all kinds In season.
A Fine Mock of Family Wines, Liquors,
Cig.irs and Tobaccos.
WHERRY & COMPANY,
Fresh and Cured Meats,
FRUITS, BUTTER, and EGGS.
OPPOSITE OCCIDENT IIOTEL,
CHEXAMUM Htreet. Astoria, Op
WYATT & THOMPSON.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS,
Crockery and Glassware.
Alll Feed, lEZto,
A. M. JOHNSON.
C. J. JOHNSON.
Astoria Sail Loft.
SAILS, TENTS, AWNINGS,
And everythlneelse pertaining to our
LowestPrice and Best "Work
For your Money,
At the Old Stand.
Leave your orders and get your work
done at once.
JOHNSON & CO.
Astoria, ... Oregon.
T. G. RAWL1NGS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Tropical, Domestic, Green and Dried
KUTS. CANDIES, DRIED MEATS, ETC.
Flae Cigars mad Tobacco.
Next door to L J. Arvold'i.'Squemoqua St.
GEO. A. DORHI8,
GEO. 2f OLAXD -
XOLAXD tfc DOBKIS,
ATTOBNEYS AT LAW.
Office la Kinney's Block, opposite City
HaU, Astoria, Oregon.
Q B. T1I03IS01V,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room No. C, over White House,
C. W. FOXTOK.
O. C. TOI.TOX.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Rooms 5 and C. Odd Fellows Building.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Chenamus treet, - - ASTORIA, 0EEU0H
JOSEPH. A. GILL,
asromcc with J. 0 A. Bowlby,
rt jr. cuiiTis ,
ATT'i" AT LAW.
Notary Public, Commissioner of Deeds foi
California, New York and Washington Ter
ritory. Rooms 3 and 4, Odd Fellows Building, As
N.B -Claims at Washington. D. C, and -collections
A V. AliliEA,
Astoria A cent
FIltE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
1? C. IIOLDKX,
AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION ANI
ARCHITECT AND DRAUGHTSMAN.
Scholars received for Course of Draughting
eT"Ofllce over White House Store.
QJELO F. PARKER.
Clatsop Couuty,and City of Astoria
Office : Chenanins street, Y. M. C. A. hall
Room No. 8.
r BEHO. 31ARTiar, 31, !.,
Physician aud Surgeon.
ASTORIA, - - OREGON.
OFFICE-Room 12. Odd Fellows Building.
Residence Hume's building, up stairs.
FAY TUTTL.E, 31. J.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON
Office Rooms l, 2, and 3. Pythian Build.
Residence On Cedar Street, back or
St. Maiy's Hospital.
F. P. HICKS.
A. E. SHAW.
HICKS fc SHAW,
Rooms in Allen's Building, up stairs, cor
ner Cas and Squemuqua streets, Astoria
On Genevieve street, opposite Bozorth &
Bozorth & Johns,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
Buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate- and
represent the following Fire
Insurance Conpanles :
Scottish Union and Na-
Phoenix or Hartford
Home of New York,
Hamburg and Bremen,
Phenlx of Brooklyn,
Policies written by us In the Phoenix and
Home and Scot1 ish Union aud National at
BANKING AND INSURANCE!
I. W. CASE,
Broker, Banker, and Insur
ASTORIA, - OREGON
OFFICE HOURS :
From 9 o'clock A. M. until 3 o'clock P. 31.
B. S. Worsley,
J3y0fuce and Ware Rooms on Squemoqua
Street, next door to comer or Olney.
Advancements made on Consignments
No Charges for Storage of Goodi.
A Private Carriage
CAN BE PROCnRED AT ANY HOUR
by sending order to Occident Hotel or
B. F Steyens & Co.'s store.
Passemrers nd baggage taken to morning
boats. Ready at all times.
Promptness and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
F. D. BLAKE.
Tailoring, Cleaning RepairiiiE,
NEAT, CHEAP AND QUICK.
Hala St., opposite N. Loeb'a, Astoria, Or."