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ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1884.
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Oakland Home, " 300,000
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PRESS COM3IENTS ON RLAINE'S AU
New York, Nov. 19-Tbe Times de
clares Blaine's address ''the most hit
ler, mischievous, sectional speech, that
has been heard in the north for many
a day. The anguish of defeat seems
to have extinguished all the gener
ous sentiment which he professed to
have when he penned his letter of ac
ceptance, or rather shows that the
sentiment was paraded in the hope
of winning southern votes, and hav
ing failed in that he shows his real
The World thinks it "was written
before the idea occured to hira that
he might, as a candidate for president,
obtain a few votes in tho southern
states. He said nothing that Repub
lican stumpers and demagogues of
tho bloodyshirt school have not been
saping for years. Ho may disturb
and disquiet the poor negroes of the
south, but tho country will see in it
only the cowardly rancor of a de
feated candidate. It will devolve
upon tho Democratic administration
of Cleveland to give tho lie to Blaine
and all his fellow slanderers."
Tho Tribune's Augusta special
says: "The speech was received with
great enthusiasm. Many said it
sharply and ably outlined the future
policy of the party, and that Blaine
had struck the keynote under which
the party will march to victory four
The Tribune's leader is in lino with
Blaine's address, without referring to
it, advising the next senate that "Tho
recent "so-called elections in Ala
bama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana
and North Carolina have resulted in
choosing legislatures by which six
Democratic senators will be elected.
The people have a right to know
whether these men have clear titles
to make laws for us all, as have six
Democrats from northern states. It
is the duty of the senate to know, be
fore it admits these men to seats,
whether they represent entirely tho
expressed will of tho people, or, as
many honestly and firmly believe,
onlyan organized conspiracy to defy
the United States laws, and to defeat
The Post after its usual invectives
against Blaine, says: "His remarks
are worthy of notice, mainly because
they appeal to what is, perhaps, a
most formidable prejudice among Re
publicans, with which friends of good
government have of late years had to
contend, and that by which Republi
can corruptionists have most profit
ed. Two years hence even as brazen
aud unscrupulous a demagogue as
Blaine will not venture to repeat tho
speech made at Augusta yesterday.
It will by that time be seen that the
system of slave labor, which was the
only thing that separated southern
from northern society, having long
disappeared, the interests and aims
of the two sections are rapidly to be
come -identical. The only thing
which now really differentiates them
js tho lower condition in point of in
telligence of the bulk of the southern
This evening's Commercial greatly
regrets the spirit and statements of
Blaine's speech yesterday. "Wo do
not intend at this time to discuss the
details and figures presented, our
purpose being to point out, with em
phasis and regret, that Blaine's spirit
is not the spirit of Grant at Appoma
tox. Patriotic southern Democrats
have assured us, with tho utmost
solemnity, that however hard it might
be to cope with some of tho existing
evils in the south, tinder previous
circumstances, that thejT would and
should melt like mist before a rising
sun, after Democratic success in the
Philadelphia, Nov. 19. The Press
comments as follews: "Blaine s tren
chant, incisive speech is not the ut
terance of a man bowed down and
broken with disaster, but the robust
deliverance of a gallant chief, who
rises from defeat with that elasticity
and power which has marked his
whole extraordinary career. No oth
er man has begun to put the case so
plainly or so strongly. His portrait
ure of the triumph of the south and
of the monstrous injustice which un
derlies it is startling in its vividness
Hendricks on Spoils.
Pittsburg, Nov. 19. Yice-Presi
dent eleot, Hendricks, in an interview
here to-day, stated that lie could not
give any opinion as to tho probabili
ties ol a sweep in the federal offices.
but Senator Voorhees, who is with
him, scouted the idea of his eoinc on
a political mission to Mr. Cleveland
in regard to the share of offices.
which should be the apportionment
of the Indiana democracy. They are
Dotn en route tor .Brooklyn.
Pleasant Words from Pleis&nt GrOTe.
The place is in Pennsylvania. Mr.
Timothy Leek, who lives there was
for two years grievously vexed with
dyspepsia. He writes to say that
since he has taken Brown s Iron Bit
ters his troubles are over. Ho is
greatly relieved, and recommends this
tonic to all wlio are troubled with
dyspepsia or indigestion. It also cures
Jiver and kidney complaints.
The contract for the Esquimalt,
B. u., dry dock has been let to an Un
tario firm. Tho expenditure will be
The Rcpnbliran National Committee Said
to Be Heavily in Debt.
New York, Nov. 19. Tho Sun
says: There were rumors yesterday
that the Republican national com
mittee was heavily in debt, and has
not a penny in tho treasury to meet
its obligations. It is said this money
is due to many persons, and includes
arrearages for rent, printing, music,
uniforms, torches, banners and other
paraphernalia of the campaign, and
also includes money advanced by in
dividuals for missionary work in the
interior of the state. It is even said
that the famous dinner at Delmon
ico's, like the famous Dorsey dinner
in 1SS0, remains unpaid for.
D wight Lawrence said: "There is
no doubt that the national committee
is swamped iu debt, but I havo no
means cf knowing that tho sum is as
large as 190,000, as reported. "We
havo been beaten by two things tho
Delmonico dinner and Bnrchard's
foolish remark of 'Rum, Romanism
and Rebellion.' "
Ex-Collector Thos. Murphy looked
glum when tho reporter met him.
"We have," said he, "been beaten out
of our boots, and old -Burchard did
it. Blaine told me that when Burch
ard made use of this expression there
was a buzz of conversation in his ear,
and he understood Burchard to refer
to 'Rum, Mormonism and rebellion.'
Ho said that if he had heard the
parson aright, he would at once have
disclaimed any reflection 6n the re
ligious body, so we can see by what
trifles even tho presidency can be
chairman jokes makes a denial
Pittsburg, Nov. 19. Chairman
Jones of the national Republican
committee, arrived homo to-niight,
and in an interview emphatically de
nied the reports of the committee's
indebtedness. He says that before
leaving New York last night he drew
a check for every dollar owed by the
committee. The Delmonico dinner
was paid for by private individuals
An Exciting Scene.
New York, Nov. 19. A special
from Provincetown, Massachusetts,
says: For three days Ca"pe God has
been the sceno o f much excitement.
Everybody big enough thandle,a
valuable. A school of fish first ap
peared Sunday, and yesterday were
driven into Wellfleet harbor. Tho
sight in the harbor at daybreak was
wonderful. Further than the eye
could reach the bay was full of fish.
The great creatures, caught in an im
mense trap, were in a frenzy of ex
citement, rushing in all directions
and lashing the water to spray. Then
tho great slaughter began in earnest.
Everyone who could get afloat, and
even those on shore took part. Many
men used harpoons and lances, oth
ers used scythes, knives, picks, dag
gers and axes. Every now and then
a frantic fish, wounded and desper
ate, flung itself on shore, only to bo
despatched by women and children
on land. Nothing else was dono on
Cape Cod that day, and the work con
tinued until afternoon, when it is
supposed every fish was captured.
Every town, from Dennis to Prov
incetown, was represented in tho
slaughter. The number killed is es
timated at 1,500. Tho proceeds are
to be divided into 5,000 shares, and
the value will probably amount, to
S25.000. Tho fish are to be sold at
public auction to-morrow.
Cleveland's Policy Outlined.
New York, Nov. 19. A special
from Albany says: Tho Argus' lead
er, headed "The Kind of President
He will Make," is regarded in politi
cal circles as foreshadowing the lead
ing qualities or Cleveland s adminis
tration, as ho has impressed them
upon Dan Manning. It says: ''Wise
forecasters onn win mnTiPV hv bettirjcr
that just what Grover Cleveland has
oeen as governor, tliat is tne Kino oi
a man he will bo as president. He
has not been run by political cormor
ants very much, and as president ho
will doubtless encounter more cor
morants, but that will only require
him to llf mnrn PJovolnnrl nniT tllS
Clevelandism in him will be equal to
any emergency. The sooner politi
cians of the minor and traditional
type understand that the wiser they
will be. Politicians with any claim
to be considered statesmen are aware
of that fact already. A positive, in
dustrious, frugal, "reforming admin
istration is certain. One prudent and
purely American in its policy can bo
relied on, and one which will consult
capacity, honesty and loyalty to the
constitution in its selection of agents,
can be conGdently expected. We
predict, in his administration, the
preservation to the Democracy of'all
the magnificent reinforcements it has
commanded, and farther accession to
its ranks of all patriotic men who
reluctantly voted for Blaine."
Scott's Emulsion of Pare Cod Elver
In General Debility and Emaciation.
Ls a most valuable food and medicine
where the appetite is poor, and the ordi
nary food does not seem to nourish the
body. This is easily digt-sted and as
similated and gives strangth and" vigor
to the snftefcled body.
Mr. Yanderbilt is not too proud to
wear yarn socks knit by his wife, nor
is she too prolid to knit them.
weapon has been killing plack iisn.
The fish is of the whale fajnilyf rom
ten to twenty feet long, and-it3oifts
THE GREAT QERMAH
Ralfores mi cues
Scrtsos, Cuts, BnisM,
And Q ot):r toll! tctet
Sold by all DroDtliU aal
Dulan. Direction! la 11
Hi Ciorlei A.Vel? Co.
(SmoiiiDO to X. TmUz k C)
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
J. II, GLOME, Prop.,
ASTORIA, . - - OREGON.
AI. CROSBY, - - Clerk-
First Glass in all Bespects.
FREE COACD1 TO THE HOUSE.
Fipres New Lie !
OF THE CHOP HOTTSE
Can prove by his books that he Is doing the
biggest business ol any
In the city, and he will guarantee to give
the best meal for cash.
Oysters, Ice Cream,
The New Model. Everything First
Casj Street, rear of Odd-Fellows Building.
Every attention paid my customers, and
the best set before them in first class style.
MRS. EVA WALLMAN, - Proprietor.
First Class lu Every Respect.
Fitted tip wifli every Conven
ience Tor the CoipCort of
Transient and Permanent Guests.
Corner Squemoqua and West 6th Streets.
G. A. STINSON & CO.,
At Capt. Rogers old stand, comer ot C&sa
and Court Streets.
Ship and Cannery work. Horseshoeing.
Wagons made and repaired. Good work
Columbia Transportation Company.
THE POPULAR STEAMER
Which has been refitted for the eomrort of passengers will leave
Wilson & Fisher's Dock every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A.M. arriving at Portland at 1 P.M.
Returning leaves Portland every
Tuesday and Thursday at 6 A. M. arriving at Astoria at 1 P. M.
j-An additional trip will be made o
at 9 O'ciock ajmav jaoraaja.
far San4 pom.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS.
Bia-rox Sthekt, Nkar Parker Hotjbjs,
ASTOSIA. -OREGON. '
BoilerWork, Steamboat Work
and Cannery Work a spe
cialty. Of all Descriptions made to Order
at Hhrt Xotlce.
A. D. Wass, President.
J. G. Hustler, Secretary,
L W. Cask, Treasurer.
3. AKNDT & EEKCHEN,
ASTORIA. - OREGON.
The Pioneer Machine Shop
All kinds of
Promptly attended to
A specialty made of repairing
FOOT OF LAFAYETTE STREET.
Magnus C. Crosby
HAM ABE, IRON, STEEL,
Iron Pipe and Fittings,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
SHEET LEAD STRIP LEAD
THt" and Copper.
BARRELS AND HALF-BARRELS
All Kinds of Cooperage Done.
ss-Leare orders with JOHN ROGERS,
Superintendent, at Central Market.
CUNARO STEAMSHIP LINE.
XP?. BEG. I.EAVE TO ANNOUNCE A
f great reduction in rates over the above
well known line. Parties desiring to co to
Europe, or wishing to send for friends In
the old country will And It to their advan
tage to purchase tickets over'tlie Cunard
line. Tickets Issued by us good from any
part of Europe to Astoria.
BOZORTH & JOHNS,
Toys, fancy Ms, Stationery,
Fresh Fruit Received Daily
A Full Stock of Smokers Ar.Icles.
NEW GOODS CONSTANTLY ARElVTNe.
CHAS. A. MAY,
Chenamus street, south side, one door
ffaaday ef EaeK Week, leaving Portland
jmmmmma m a
rente connect at KrIhip
T. 1. 99m, RMMttt
Oregon Railway & Navigation
EXntaff the month of October. 1ML
Steamed will anil from Portland to
trancisco. and from San Francisco to Fort-
land, as follows. leaving- Alaaworth Dock,
Portland, at Midnight, and Spear Street
Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 A. at. :
From Portland. I From San Franckce.
Orwm Fri 3 SUts of Ga!....W4 1
ttUt of Cal....Wed 8 1 Colombia Moa (
uoiumbia Moa 13,'Oregoa 8M 11
Oregon Sat ls
Stat ot Cal j. ..Thar U
'olambia Tbm H
Oregca baa Si
Sutoof Cal....rri M
Columbia Wad S
it4te of Cal. ...Thar 13
Columbia luea 23
Oregon Sua i
btat of Cal.... Fri 1
ThrOBsrh Tickets sold to all Drinclnal
cities in the United States. Canada aad
Passenger Trains leave Portland for East
ern points, at 11 :44 A. M. dally.
Pullman Palaca Can raaaia b4twa Port
land, and St. Paul,
KITES DIYISiex (Middle ClwMa).
Boats leave Portland for Dalle at t :
Leave Port-i i P
land for JJIonl Tn. We.Thn. Frl. I Sat.
A.toria andl I
lower Co-1 I
Iumbia....l6AM 6 AH
Salem .... . Ai
Taopmaand Seattle, dally at IM Fl
Victoria Steamers do not run Handafa.
Leajea Aitoria for Portland at S a. m. daflr ex
. r o O.H. PBBSCOTT.
A. L. STOKES, Manager.
Gea'l Freight aad Pais. Aft.
K. A. flOYES. Agent Astoeta.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
Oregon & California R. R.
S Hours between Portland and Saa Fram-
cbco. Only 21 hPurV staging.,
Far to Saa Francisco $82 ; to SacraataU IM
Leave Portland at T : A. M. dally (except
Sunday) : Arrive at &an Franoisce
6 :40 P.M., third day.
Close connections made at ishliwil
with the Stages of the Owgon and Califor
nia stage Company.
Betvrcea roitfLAAB aad JUftSlYAXlV
Portland 7 TO a. viAthlanrf i-i a tr
Ashlaud tl:20 r. at Portland. Jijr.K,
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
I.EAVR. a n-am
Portland 4 :00 p. sc'Lobanou 3 d P. M
Lebauon.4 :15 a. aclFortland... 10 M A. X
PllHrnrtn Pil(it Mliunlni, n4.lB.nu VasA
TuTlrf rnnrfflt a unrl ThllMflaVia 1?...:,
leaves Aahlaud Tuesdays and Fridays,
Thi Orpirnn anrt I'nllfoi-nl-j T?ai1na4 "
makes connection with all Itoyular Trains
on Kastside Division, from ih foot of F ML
Between l?urtlud and CarvsOJla
Portland 9 $0 a. atiCorvalli- 4 -Jm r. it
CorYallLi 8 :30 a. M.Portland 2 -Jfc) p. K.
Portland 5 -.00 p MlMcHInnville. trx
McMInnvllle5:45 a Ml Portland S -Mx M
.Local tteKets lor sale, and baeazs cheeked
at Comuanv's un town nfflnp. mmnr Stark?
and Second sti ets. Tickets to all the prin
cipal points in lauiornia. can oniy oe pro
cured and baggage checked, at the Com
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or,
Freight will not be received for shiDDaeat
after 5 o'clock p. h. on either the Eaststde
or Westside Divisions.
K. KOKHLhR, B. P. XOGERS,
Manager. u. r p. As
llwaco Steam Navigation Go.'t
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Com by,
Connecting by stages and boata tor
Oysterville, Montesano and Olympit
Until farther notice the Hwaee
Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer
Will leave Astoria on
Monday a, and Saturdays at 7 A, M.
(Mondays, Thursdays and Saturday belli
uysicrviue ana uontesano mail aart
And on Thursdays atdA.M.
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaet
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, und Fridays
The steamer will leave Astoria at li.it,
as formerly, not being confined strictly t
A SECOND TRIP will be made, leaving As
toria three hours after arriving from Ilwaee.
Fare to Fort Canby and llwaco....... I 01
HTTIckcts can be bought at the oftee for
Er"Uraco freight, by the ton. in lots U
one ton or over, J2 per ton,
BrFor Tickets, Towage or Charter a
ply at the offlce of the company, Grars
wharf, foot of Benton street
B. B. FRANKLIN,
Mertaler aid CaMoetlato,
JTEXT TO THE ABTOBIAX STXLSXVd.
eVAll work dome la aiklUplm