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1 UK - MORNING AHTOK1AN
Special for this week
Jtlnck mid Colored Bergen f 1.00 quality .,.
(Jolf I'liiid 40 in. 05c qulity
Knglinh l'lniinoletlo 10c
470 Commercial St,
Tea IUILV AUTOHMN will h found
Ml In I'urlUud al the wall-hnua t
loarjr huHMofJ. r. Itanllr ! UI
Waahlugtua Ntraat. Onlar for !
4lal( 111 Willi this Briu will !
TODAY'! WBATH ER.
PORTLAND, Oot. U.-WWn Or
gon, Hunday, fir wthr; Monday,
probably rain. Eatrn Wahlngton
and Eastern Oregon, flr wathr.
Chill oon earn and frijoll at I
liming National Car vry day.
For mil Klglit room house with mml
ro cudvviiImiok. Addre "P." Ator
IUvi you een th display of .Knapp
Bros.' Health Food a at th Portland
U Lrbeck will tomorrow oommenoe
th building of a nw wharf near Kin.
Th latart In Ui oonfcellon Una 4w
the dallcal lo Cream Cboeolat
At Th ftp.
Vs Nut Butter If you would be eco
nomical and healthy. It U pur emul
Died nuts. Qroonra.
Keep your ye on Knapp Bra.'
Ural t h Food Co.' ad. In another col
umn, Not their product.
Wanted nallabl man. Good poat
tlon of tnut Com recommended. A.
T. Morrlil Oenl. Delivery. City.
Wm. McOregor la bulldlnf in exten
sive store-room for avaaoned lumber at
hi box factory In Upper Artorla.
John Wick, a native of Finland, ww
yaaterday admitted to all th rlgM
and privilege of an Amerton clllaen.
You ran find over 10,000 title of nov
el at llyland Droa." old bookalore.Port
land. Drop In and get something to
Buy Rnslyn ooal; th brt coal for
heating and cooking purpoaa on th
market. George W, Sanborn, Agent,
A cordial Invitation la extended to;
the people of Aitorla to attend th er-
Portland and Astoria
To provide thd Ci'tizoiis of .Astoria, und vicinity with the eame advantages as '
the pooplo of PortlandVwe will,- during the contiminnce of the prevailing
rates, furnioh round trip tickets from ; ,: . '
Astoria to Portland and Return ,
By giving one round trip ticket and an Admission .
to the Exposition with each Suit or Overcoat, pur
chased of us, no matter what price the garment,
This will enable those desiring to visit the Exposition to do so without cost ,
and at the same time to take advantage of our enormous selection of
FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND
For Mons, Boys and Children. All our goods are marked iu plain figures.
CUT OUT THIS MAD." and it will be honored for a round trip ticket and
an admission to tho exposition with each purchaso of a Suit or Overcoat.
Moyer Clothing Co.
Tlio Popular Price Clothiers.
BEN SELLING, Mauager. 3rd and Oak Streets, Portlurd
All other goodx in jirojiortioi)
vtcit tif th Lattor-Day Balnl each
Hunday at I p, tn lu Flahor' hall.
ltoalyn coal laat longer, li cleaner
and make lea trouble with atove and
rtilmiiuy flue than any other. Oorge
W. Sanborn, A gout, Tvtopbotui 1111.
When In Astoria, tranalent fueata
can secure uiisurpaaaed aocommoda
tloni at th Aator Houa. Petfeot cook.
In and nlo. clean room, Rata, )
Harry llartlntt, one of th brightest
newsboy In Portland, ha txn glvon
charge of th etrwnt aale and delivery
route of the Aatortan In that cfty."
Captain L Larem ha registered at
th custom houe aa muter of th flah
Ing sehoonrr Jraal. Th Jel will
probably go out to tha halibut bank
IlMlyn ooal la th best and moat eco
nomical coal for houauhold ua In A
torla. Try K ono and you will have
no other. Oeorge W. Ban born, Agent.
gervloe today at th Norwegian
Kvangrltoal Lutheran church aa fol
low: English Sunday school, :M a.
m.; Norwegian ervlw, 10; 45 a. m.;
English ervlces, 7:10 p. m.
I. V. Harper Nelon county, Ky,
whiskey. A gentleman' whtakey; a
whlckey for th aldeboard; a whlakey
for th lck room. Bold by Foard
Bloke Company, Aatoria, Oregon.
In the Bradatroot table of bonk cl"r
lug of principal clllo for th werk
ending OctoU-r 11, aa publlehed In y
terday'a Oregonl&n, appear Aatortu
with 1713.000 aa her clearing. Someone
evidently had twitched drink.
The public achool teaohera of Clalaop
county and all othcra Interearted ar re-
queated to note that the county (earli
er Institute? will b held In Aatoria.
commencing Tueeday, NovembiT I, and
continuing until and Including Thurs
day, November 10.
At the Congregational church r-
vlce today the following subject will
have consideration: "SlngWwa of
Purioe" at U a. m.; "Th Eternal Fel
lowship of Our Deda" at 7:10 p. m.
A cordial Invitation Is extended to all
who may detr to attend.
II s ' . ...
t'pper Aatoria youthg played down
town youngster a ram of football
ynturdny aflornoon. Tl Uppora are
still uiipcr, th soon aUutdlng 17 to 0
SKftlnat th down-townlte. The latu-r
claim that tholr opponnnta wer twloe
Ms large and heavy a they.
Th Knglleh and American govern
mental demand for transport and the
phenomenal Inorta In all lion of gen
eral bunliwaa have created a a arcWy of
tonnage, and chart jts are advuiiclng.
Willi furmot holding tlHr grain for
Ix ttar price and alilp-cwner making
extravagant demand for tonnage,
ther I little movement In wheat.
The steamer Btate of California is
now In command of Captain John W.
Oage, a veteran of the Columbia-Han
Francisco route. Nearly 40 year ago
Cumaln Cage waa master on sailers
plying between th Columbia fiver ami
ihe (Joldrn (laU. He I a splendid sail -
. .a . n,,n,.ir eaiHidn. He was
transferred from th Umatilla, run
ning between Han Francisco and Puget
Mis Sign Palmberg, recently arriv
ing from th Kaat, desire to announoe
to the ladles of Astoria that she ha
opened dressmaking parlors on Ninth
stree, near Commercial, next door to
Delllnger' printing ofDc. Mis Palm
berg ha had thorough xperlence In
cutting and fitting ladles' garment of
all kinds, particularly tailor-made suit
and cloaks of th latest and most fajih
lonable design ,
The ti-g that ha been in course of
. ... .
corurtruction at tne Aiona iron yvwa
will be launched wxt TueJay arur-
noon. Th. vel would ha.ve been the
property of II. B. Borthw cut
wll christen the boat a. sl.e paase. Into
w.. " i
old Columbia President John Fox will,
carry out the purpose of Mr B-rthwkk ,
in namtni the tug, and she will be
known as th Jessie Borthwlck
The steamer Aberdew. which crossed
out last faurday for Ban Francisco, from Oregon to be pintl Mlw Mary Brayne waa In the city
encountered a severe storm off Point, thepe w, electei al lne ate con-! yesterday doing shopping, r -R-ves,
One heavy . broke aooard. ! ventl()n . .. I " '
deck lashing were broken and part of ! ' - Mrs. M. Rosier of Young's river
th deckload washed away. A portion ( The directors of the Astoria public ,pen? 'sy Astoria,
of the lumber caught In the rigging and schools might communicate with the Pre.fenr Lee, county superintendent
pulled the maJnmaat out of the veael. j director, 0f the Newbery public schools. 1 of schoola, was In town yesterday.
Captain Peterson got his vessel bvforo iiulh hoards are financially embar-l J. F. Sale of Young's river waa doing
the gale and kept her there until re- j ras,d, but In opposite ways. The Ato- buslnen In the city yesterday,
pairs were made. The steamer then n -attrU t Is woefully short of funds, j Tbe ,WQ M 8oott8 of PoPtlan(1 are
went on to Ban Francisco. ,hie .NelH'rg h more money than,the g(JeM8 of Mre Solt Yoiiig-
m " j she knows what to do with. The state riwT.
The case of the boys charged wlihlaw prvlde that any achool money j oorRC oray of the Aatorian returned
having broken Into Nick Clinton's tooljnot used up during any school year from a DUgneM trlp t0 Portland laat
house and destroying property wnalmull turn,j back. Into the county nlght
tried before County juage uray yes-
terday afternoon. Attorney Allen ap-
. n. . k . hnu. ThMn wn, tin
pcavrcu i"i wiv wv. - j
SVlllviivQ iiiii vj mv. v. .... ,
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youtnrui jerenaam in any "ny
tha disappearance of the artUbs, ex -
oeit that it was shown that ome of,
them occasionally played about the
premlsea Their declared Innocence
wa confirmed and Judge Gray dis
missed the case.
ton. ims oa.r, tuwirw -
unk near Oobl In the epring. and
Captain Turner of th dan Francisco
Wrecking Company ' took th Job of
brlnalnic hi r to th aurfac. Th cargo
ha boon removed for some time, but
It 1 evident that sand ha found Its
way Into th hull In uoh a p. It Ion
It cunno'. be r"ached to ba pumped out.
liargi-s and tucklo will be uxkI, how
evor, and It la thought th workwlll
soon be sucoeaafully accunipllHhed.
Judgo Mcliridw ha rendered a de
cision at Hi. Helen turning all the
property of th late II. B. ll(rthwlck
over to the adiulnlatraXor, Dun J. Moore
of 1'ortland. Upon qualifying, the ad
ministrator moved to have the writ of
fcxecuilim Issued Immediately after Mr.
l'orihwlcli's death recalled. Judge Mc
Uildu ordered the writ (uaaiied. Hher
Iff Llnvllle, whun seen by an Astorian
rvnorter yesterday, stated that he had
.oner yesieruay, siaiea tnai ne naa
' " V1 " "r d'vl'-K the
1 attachim til on th tug, yard and other
Astoria property, but he I expecting It
Th American Beaman' Friends' So
ciety at Portland ha been consolidated
with th Portland lnatltuuj of the Lon
don Mlaslon to Seamen Bocluty, and the
work will be continued under the name
of the latter organization. The ob
iiirt and nature of the effort of both
have been the same, and th combining'
of the two societies reduce expenses.'
Jam. Laldlaw, UrlUsh consul; T. B. ' y
Vtllcox, W. J. Burns, Captain Hoben,
captain j. a. urown ana h. n. namu-
inn compoae in. ,iss t.wmIUVW
!. 1 ...I . .A. I
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, VMUloM neld , P(ynltni next wet.ki
Tne BapU4t ,na lhe w. c. T. u. gath.'
"1'7: " , 7-1'
be present are Rev. L. J. Trumbull and
and R. L. Knapp.
of w c T wl
!Gu-hart, Mrs. Wm, Roes, Mrs, Mary
Fox and Mr. Ocrdlng. The national
convention of the W. C. T. U. will bei
h ld . a.atti. th week following. The
funa Naturally, the Newberg Doard
dislike to handle money and then let
. . i. . . u . , n . mnA u I.
ii i ultra, w intr wui.i. ,w
jn h quaouijr av wa 4ri,:fc...,.v.
. . . . .,
a local Solomon suggest mail Asiona
aRlJ Newberg might "even up,
W KST SIDE NOTES.
H. O. Wood and wife of Warrenton, ,
an- spending thl. Vet In Portland. Sheriff Grant Trullh.ger Is
j still confined to his room, and. his coo
Mrs. James Whit haa returned from dltlon ,now, no improvement. .
visit to- her old home In
R. C. Herbert has returned to his
home In McMlnnvllle. He waa In the
hospital corps at Fort Steven.
B. C. Kindred and C. C. Jensen re-
turned laat woek from a trip through
Target practice at Fort Stevens was
finished last Wednesday, and the de
tachment have returned to Forts Can-f
by and Columbia.
Rev. E. B. Mitchell spent several days
In Portland last weeki ' H haa been up
to Vanoauvr for .examination for
' J. Warre'li,' repivaehtlng th f a-
clfio Coast 8yrup Company, lit
Hammond on Tbursdar-'' '' i
Robert flray la enlarging his place of
hustneas and wlir add H-new gtoclt of
, , . . .
... 4. vunia. wn. wn a
paper In Kew Aatoria In the near fu-
' J. B. Callahan. Is putting Up a hew
building and wUl open up at his old
Mr.- F. W. MUdd and daughter re-J
turnod from a ahort visit to PorUand.
a L. Jeffrey 'and wife" visited this,
slde last Thursday, with sn Idea of,
starting a restauranti - I
A pleasant party waa glveft U Ford's1
hall. Friday evening., by tW oung 1
Mrs. D. E. Pease and Mis Eva Par
ker are visiting In Roeeburg.
Tbe plank road between Flavel and
Warrenton Is finished. ' Thl Is a very
Mrs. S. D. Smith and grandma Hill
have returned from The Dalles much
Improved In health.
Mtra'Cenna Oearhart haa been visit
ing her aunt, Mrs. Bird, at Seaside,
for the last two weeks.
Miss Piokle Bird Is visiting In Port
land and Oregon City.
iMr. O. B. Wirt and children are
visiting In Woodlawn.
Ray Mclntlre and Guy Halferty left,
for Holmes Business College In Portland
last Monday, A farewell T'"'" ""
i given the young men at Mr. Halferty's
on Saturday evening.
F. S. Dow was visiting at Sklpanon
and Hammond during the week.
H. II. Ingalls and wife are rusticating
on Clatsop beach. Mrs. Ingalls Is Im
proving rapidly and la able to go out
drivrnn every day.
"THK REHOtnCEfl OF OREOON."
A 'Fine Compendium Recently Issued
by th Btat Board of Agriculture.
: The chember of commerce "pfoently
rexuHVtd from Balem i large numler of
copies of "The Resource of Oregon,"
collated and prepared by the state
board of agriculture. Prenldcnt Van
Duzen personally distributed the pam
phM yesterday, placing them whore
they will be most accessible to any one
It Is a valuable compilation. The 20J
page are full of valuable Information
and statistics. A citizen of Oregon, un
til he reads the fact and figure there
in presented, can hardly realize the Im
portance and vastnes the various In
dustries of the state have attained. Of
course there have been great change
even since the last revision of the state
Industrial census, but the change ha
been an advance In every direction.
Besides a general description of the
state's Industries, there Is a special
write-up of each county and Hs re
sources, making It In all a fin compen
dium with which to advertlae the state
and attract desirable Immigration.'
PERSONAL MENTION, , r
Mis TpUle Bart h . la .In Portland.
W. H. fliolth waa over from Clatsop
-Ml Nellie Busey spent yesterday at
shlulk. .f hj( . ...
r ' '
terdiy In AtorU,
WaK ingftl)g of j, &nd CJark waj
tn ,wn ye.tePaliy.
Mr Lyman KInn Mt for Pwtlttnd
on yesterday morning- train.
a T. Bartlebaugh of The Dalle Is at
H. F. Hamilton of Independence Is In
C. F. Lester of Warrenton visited A-
Dr. T. J. Ball and Mr. Ball were pas
sengers on Friday night's train for
Pnrlt n n1
X. F. Bartoldus" 'and1 daughter.
Mrs. John Fry, were In from Young's
' Mr. T. M. TomhofT, formerly of As
j torla. but now a resident of Portland,
la In rtiA rltv
Mr,.wlIlftln,, formerly M(tho.
dlst pastor at Warrenton but since
then stationed In the East. Is visiting
his former charge on the Went Side,
Mli, jennl? Klose of Oakland. Cal.,
arrived " the nc" train yesterday
" w' few tne hom
of Mr. T). T. W ir-i
I" Wr C ft Ssmiiv nf Walla Walla
representing the Walter C. Smith In
terests In that city, haj been In Astoria
and vicinity for a few days. Two
Walla Walla cltlsens and capitalists.
Messrs. T. 8. Steel and A. K. Durnat,
joined him yesterday and spent the day
Jn th city taking pointer. They re-
turned home last evening, but Mr.
Sweeney will go down to Seaside for a
short tjme. . ..
RADICAL LITERATURE. "
We know of only one book store In
Portland where so complete a line of
nowU on a
, ubJecU ay M dl8CUMlon
as can be sen at Jones' Book Store,
291 Alder street.
I KOftRORfl Of, FtttL8WNA WAR.
Tales com to fas of the sufferings en
dured by our brave Sdidlers iri the Phll-
"PPlnea The papers ring With them,
ympathy Is freely given. And yet
ar ln our midst of whom
e her ethlur, who are Just aa brave.
They are suffering silently and fighting
mankind - Dyspepsia and al. iu terrible
Ilia. There la relief for them If they will
take flostetter Stomach Bitter faith
fully, ft will cure dyspepsia, constipa
tion, blil'ousnesd, malaria, fever and
agu? and liver and kidney troubles. It
tones up the whole system. Get It from
any druggist and' see that a private
Revenue Stamp cover the neck of the
FINE OPENING Y '
The North Pacific Dental, College,
whose advertisement appears' In anoth
er column, opened Ha doors Ootober 5,
with 75 students on Its roster. The col
lege Is well equipped with every facil
ity to graduate students ln all the late
knowledge of dentistry". A. R. Baker,
D.D. S., Is demonstrator ln charge, and
I .oil qualified to Instruct all students
who atto.id this college.
Tbe man who works and Is apt to
sprain, snatch or otherwise Injure him
self should never be without the cele
brated Century Liniment, 10c and 25c
bottles, at J. A. Clemenson's drug store,
The BEE HIVE
Closing Out Men's Shoes at Cot
; , . 13.50 BiioM for i)
2.50 hboe for J. 75
l,60.Hboffoi 1.10 .. .
Ladle' Wcln Hbirt Waist,. , . . . .11.50
Ouling Waist..... v. 70 eenl
Ladles' Jacket from $2.75 to IJ.fW
Collarette. ..... from 11 60 to $9.00
Exam nc cur illi .try Oep't '
Golf Hats, all colors and latest style
Our Knitero Trimmer in the Hat De
partment ia proving a great locoes.
In Children' Cloak we are, earryiog the largest assortment ever before dis
played in our store.
. 467 COMMERCIAL ST., A8TOEIA. . ..
Heretofore Awtonana have sent away for their
I dow have in stock an op-to date line ot 1900 to select from.' Call and ex- ' v'
amine them, Th moat J&autifal Variety . aver displayed in Uie Pacittei --i-
. Sortuwwt. . . (,
J. S. DF.IJ-INGER,
til TamhJH street, Pur'.land, Or. --
Tho woman wbo ba a weak eoMtttu
Uon, and who need aomethlng to brao
ber op, should get tb Natural Body
Brace, the brae that brace the whole
length of tb body and that costs only
$.' If you are not ur you need H, yon
can try it for M days, at the end of
wblch time, U not satisfactory, you can
retura it Write for a book with In
formation.. J. A. CLBMBNSON, IV
Tamhlll atreet, Portland, Or.
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE BUTTS,
Ladles who go to Portland and dealr
something espedally fit in tbe way of
tailor-made suit will do well to remem
ber that they can be well fitted at I. D.
Boyer' IT Tourth street, In tire T. M.
C. A- building. "
Not only doe be keep a strictly first
claM cutter for men's wear, but also
one exclusively for ladle' work, and
aU can rest assured of getting not only
good work, but the beat of materials,
as Mr. Royer Is an expert on woolen
An Attraction for the Ladies.
Attbe exposition in Portland there is
an object of especial interest to the la
dies in the way of an ideal waist and
skirt supporter. By those qualified to
judge, it meets erery requirement of
such an article. It ia non-rusting, will
support the heaviest skirts, is completely
hidden, is very strong, is quick of action,
doe away, with old hooka and eyes.
There ia a fine chance for a live agent for
Astoria by addressing B. C. Wever. 175
Fourth street, Portland.
Improved ranch, conalsting of 120
acre, on Young river. Apply to John
L. Hnyseth, Wlae, Or.
LOGGERS ATTENTION I
Headquarter for C-jrtera' Logging
Shoes and Lcgger' Outfits. TEE RED
FRONT, Z69 Morrison street, Portland.
Notice la hereby given that tbe part
nerahlp heretofore existing between A.
J. Megler nl C. S. Wright, tinder the
Arm. nam of Meglej Wright, ha
this day been dissolved by mutual con
ent. Mr, Wright letlring.' AU the' In
aeUedrvess of the firm haa been assum
ed by Mr. Megler and all bill due the
firm must be paid to him.
Dated October 5th, 189.
A. J. MEGLER, .
ll!' '.;. cv S. WRIGHT,
- THB LOt-VRB.
Strangers TiBiUni id th city iil dad
the Louvre au attractive FeOoft Wht'teitl
to spend the evening. Tbe Amme Sisters
Ladiei Orcbestra is still on th bills and
preeeiild higblly a musl.al prosram of
exoeptional merit, fiaudsome pool and
billiard roomi are a feature lu connection
with the bouste. Palatable luhYhet will
be served at all hour.
Premier The Leading
of the World.
15th and Couch Sts, Portland.
Member of National Association of
Formerly Ta:oma College of Dent a
Dental Infirmary open dally from 9 a.
m. to 5 p. m. Free oral surgical cllnlo
Saturday, 1:30 p. m. to 3 p. m. A. R.
Baker, D. D. S., Demonstrator ln
Students desiring Information, ad
dress North Pacific Dental College,
Flftoenth and Coucn streets, Portland,
Cor. Ninth and Commercial fit.
MISS McREACorner 10th and" 'Corn.
mercialSta, ,nr ..i .. t -.v :
1 1. MTTEtiir,
fritite Isont far UUn.
tue , oear )th
18 Tkir trett, Nrtlai4, Irtrn.
Tbe Bt Cnp of CuSee
or Cocoa in the city.
Cream and Milk ' '
(rum nur own ranch
Home mad Pies and cakes .
WATSON BROS., Propr,'
ronducted oo the check system, thare- .
fore patroni pay lor wbat Uiey order
and no more.
tia tie Unrest, Ckciwit,
nitkest Stniri ii tie Iwu
109 and 111 Fourth 81.
Open I a.m. Co (p.m. PORTLAND
reus o r. i a mrtuju. wnny
I. D. Boyef,
II? Featl St., niTlUMM. ;
r-oalhg A gpeftlal'ty. . .-' . .
N. W. Corber
Sevnth aud Washington
ATAGG, Proprietor. -
Special attention given to family orders. .
'LRE ICE CREAM ???.-.-
la Large or Small CUNTRIRS
Special attention given to family orderi.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
483 Commercial St., Astoria, Oregon.
P0VEY & B1RC1IALL
Fin ork at Popnlnr Prices.
32T Washington Street
Next Imperial Hotel