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IMC MORNIM ABTORJAN h'oUA. OCJVIJli'I 11, IM
Special for this week
Muck and Colored Herges" $1X)0 q udl ity .TT".V7 60c
Golf l'luid 40 in. G5c qulity 45c
Knglinh KlatinuUtto 10c quality Hjc
All other goods in roiortion
McAI.LEN & TlcDONNELL,
470 Commurcial St.
Th DAILY ARTOHIAN will b foana
un Mia la t'orllan el Iha ll-kniwa ia
lluMrjr kotHofJ. r, llakrilay Co., UK I
H'Mklitglua NlrMI. Orr fur alar
Ualng uii mliii xhlt rm will rmlti
FOHTLAND. Oct 17.-Orgon, WMh
iiiilon and Idaho lrtnj Wtathar,
frosta tonlfhL Wdnday promt
to U fair.
Mm. Barth earn down from Portland
U Vrlg of Portland tptnt Barclay
II. W. lloUvn of Chinook tu In town
Wanted girl to do houavwork. Call
at III BKchang atrwL
J. Xt. An. an t wlf of Haker City
art In tht city. .
Albert Johnson of H-atde wu In th
Mr. W. Madlaon returned yvaOrday
John W. Phillip of Ilwaoo a In th
Mr. J. W. Dalchvr returned last night
of Knnppa wa In
A. E, Kim i')i wife of Ilwaoo Bun
dayrd In Anlorlu.
E. U Warnaloft of Olney waa In th
Oo. II. Bio -r of .Irant'i Pant wan
In th city yesterday.
C. W. Full on waa a paeangr on th
up train liit evening,
Mr. Charll Rwop who has bn
Portland returned laat night
C. tt. Cooper waa a paaaengor on th
train from Heaild-) yeaUrday.
Mr. Will Trolling returned
night from a visit to Portland.
t. W. Ooli-n of Oakland. Cal., waa
rrgltrd a. th l'irkr yatrdy,
Chill oon earn and frIJollM at Le
furring! National Caf wry day.
MUa Hull hai returned from a Tort
8. Dunslger and family wr passen
ger on th down train laat night.
Mra. Auguat Kinney was amung lli
paaavngara on th down train laat night.
Mr. Jaa. Plnlayaon and wlfa wore pa
aengvri on tho train for Portland laat
Roalyn coal laat longer, I clanr
and mk lea troubl with tlovM and
chimney flu than any other. Qvorg
W. Banborn, Agtit, Telephone lilt
Prealdlrig Elder Dr. Quo la In the
olty, and presided, at th quarterly
meeting of th M"Hhollt church liuit
Mr i. II. 'A' Kinney and Mlaa Mabel
Kl.iney of Oiont'a Pas, Or., wr
among th gu..' at th Purkc-r hous
. m. I lay.
A picture of Mr. J. C. Trulllnger and
a nki'tch of bl II f appear In tho "urn.
gun Natlv Bon" fur Beplember. Mr.
J I, B. Lyman la similarly noticed.
Wbn In Astoria, tranalnt gueata
oan secur unaurpaaaod accommoda.
tlona at th Aator Hou. Prfot cook
ing and nlc, elan room. Rate, tl
noalyn coal la th bat and moat oo-
nomloal eoal for houaehold ua In A
torla. Try tt one and you will have
no other. Oeorg W. Banborn, Agent,
J. P. Rower of Beoaldoand rrvd. rlrk Ttlrphon UU.
Btolt of Ilwaoo apant Sunday In Port
Mr. Loomia of th I. R. A N. Com
pany, cam down from Port land laat
Th lalcat In th oonfootlon Una art
thoa dalloat lo Crtam Chocolate
at Th Pip.
Watoh th Aatoiian bullrtln. The
yacht race report in pVwtod In front
of th ofllc.
Father L. Breen and P. Henry, vli-
Itlng Catholic prleata, left th cKy on
laat night' train.
I'm Nat Butter If you would b oo-
Domlral and healthy. It I pur mul-
lfld nut. Orooera.
John E. Johnaon of Olney waa In th
city yfrtrrtly and left up for Portland
on the evening train. ,
Wanted nellabl man. Oood poal-
tlon of tnuC Com recommended. A.
T. Monia, Oenl. Dellrery, City.
Fur ri'iit Dii'lit rKni hutnte with mml-
ito cunvenii'iici. AJarcs 1'. Aalor
Tou oan rind over 10.0M title of nov
ela at Ilyland Bro.' old bookitore.Port.
land. Drop In and get omethlng to
0org Oray, of the Aatortan' exll
toiial atafT, went to Portland last even
ing on bualne connected with the
Buy Roalyn eoal; th beat coal for
beating and cooking purpo on th
market Oeorg W. Banborn, Agent,
Vlaltor from Portland and eleewhere
wilt find th pleaaanteat room In A
torla at th Bay City hou, 179 Tenth
treet, Mr. E. B. Andrew, proprietre.
I. W. Harpfi Nlofi county, KTh
whlakey. A gentleman'! wblakey; a
whtakey for th sideboard; a whlakey
for the alck room. Bold by Foard A
I Btoke Company, Aatorla, Oregon.
iM rwvi mMirt vMliirdav John
,11 V ' 1 ' w - '
Do forfeited $10 for an Indoocnt urt.
Another priauoer of the l)o family
waa fined IS for being drunk, but a he
had been In confinement for two day,
the fir wa remitted.
Among the Aalorlana registered at
th Portland botela Sunday were John
Gamer, JUwcoe Caaavl, Mr. O. A. N'l
ton, Mlaa Holmea. Mlea Gumle H'rfmt',
H. C. Thomaon. Mr. C. J. Curtla, Mlaa
CurtI. Mlaa liuaey, Mra. M. J. Kinney,
Tho. E. Parker and J. O. Hanthorn.
Letter addreeaed aa below remain
uncalled for (October If. 1S99) at the
Aatorla poatolTlce. Partlo calling for
aame will plcaae atnle the date they
were adwrtlaed. Allen, Mlra Klla II.
(2; runn. W. E.; Franvla, Charle 8.;
llodaon. F. B.; Zoof. P. A.
Dan J. Mo)! of PortlimJ, adminis
trator of the e:UJ of the lat II. U.
Borthwlck, waa In tne city yeaieiday.
He carried on order from Judge Mo
Urlde to the aherlfT. -Ilrectlng thu latter
to relea the property of the iumbr
company frm the attachment and de
llv It to Mr. Moare.
H. B. Hobaon. keepor of Tou-ir' bay
bridge, ha made a ivport to the county
court ahowlng that between and includ
ing September and M (21 dny) 62
paiwengcr and freight ateamera and 23
Khoonera, boating wood, lumber, hay
and produce, panned llirough the draw
which waa opened and cloned 75 tlnu.
Mr. J. W. Belcher, of thl city hu ac
cepted a poeitlon aa twnor In the choir
of the Flrtt Congregational church of
Portland. Thl choir. conrtMlng of a
quartet, haa long been conaiuerea one
of the moat artiatlc In the atate and
Mr. Belcher 'a election a a member to
It U a high compliment lo hi ability an
a singer, While the local lover of
mualo will regret hi abeenoe, he Will
rccHve the congratulation of all In thl
hi luUt sucoe. .
LESSON FROM THE EAGLE
Rev. Henry Marcoite Finds A Texl
In the Inspired Sung of Hie
Oreal Jewish Law Giver.
Portland aoi Astoria
. . FREE. .
To provide the citizf ns of Astoria and vicinity with the , same advantages as
the pooplo of Portland, we will, during tho continuance of the prevailing
rates, furnish 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 enablo those desiring to visit the Exposition to do so without cost
and at tho same time to take advantage of our enormous seloction of
FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND
For Mom, Boys and Children. All our goods are marked in plain figures.
CUT OUT THIS "AD." and it will be honored for a round trip ticket and
an admission to tho exposition with each purchase of a Suit or Overcoat.
Moyer Slothing Co.
Rev. Henry Marcotle. at th Flrat
Preebytirtan church, Sunday night,
took for hi text the eleventh verae
of the thirTy-aecohd "chapter of Deu
teronomy, "A an agl tlmtb up her
nt, fluttereth over her young, apread
eth abroad her wing, taketh them.
buareth them on her wing." .
Moae,. nearlng the end of hia life,
look back and U'lla the people of Cod'a
worderful favor. The backward look Is
good. W get a perspective that I hid
den when cloae to the event them
vlve. For a full appreclatiou and com
prehenaion, we. muat have a certain
Moae waa a wonderful man. Called
to lead th choaen people out of bond
age, through the wUderneaa and to th
promised land, he waa law-giver, gen
eral and pilot to the whole people. He
waa all a great leader ahould be. But
It waa not given to him to enter the
land flowing with milk and hooey.'. He
had alnned. Ood told him UuU be
would be called home and he now lock
back upon hia life and recount the
evidence of God a power and love. In
the mldat of the beautiful poem are the
word of the ext, "Aa an eagle aUrrvlh
up her neet, rluUCTtta over her young,
itpiviideih abroad her wings, taketh
thi'in, beureth them on hrr wings.'
The eagle la a bird that haa ever
been a favorite with all writer. There
I aomethlng about tt that appeal to
the Imagination. It la ao airohg, seem
to be so able, to ruw above circum
stances. There la Inspiration In watch
ing It Might over cliffs and peak un
til It boldly soitrs seemingly rltht Into
the faco of the sun.'
This eagle builds ' her nest on some
lonely, InaccesHlble crag. Here the
young are sheltered from tempests and
trouble. Their parents bring them
food, .ind they dwell' In the nest In com
fort, peace and safety. But after a cer
tain period there cornea a change. The
young b-sln tofee). a novel strength.
There la a stirring up of the nest. The
young bird Is taken from the neet and
mude to fly. If It la timid and refuses
to venture, the old bird take U and
let It loose where It: will have to fly
or fall. But If the trial ha been made
too soon, If the strength of the eaglet
has been over-estimated, the parent
bird la always hovtving over, ready to
rescue the little on and bear It to a
place of safety. -
It would be cruel to rob the eagle of
lta strength. It might be said that It Is
harh and cruel to thus thrust the
young out .f Its plrairint n.c lut ch
The young man will encounter trial.
Perhaps buslnee revefw-s. Perhops
friend will fail him. Blckne may at
tack hint when hi affairs most rved
hi best attention. These are the
stirrings of the nest, calling us to
higher f ights..
The final stirring of the nest la doath,
ths long flight hum. Davis In his
work-' on ftshlng ocr)b a beautiful
and wonderful sight he witnessed one
day. Two eagles, were teaching their
young hew to fly. The patent flew
In small circles the eaglet following.
The circles grew larger and larger, the
birds mounted higher and hlgner until
tbey wera lost to alghl. The picture
does not perfectly represent our. final
flight, The eagles will cum to the
earth again, but we mount higher an
higher until we see him a he Is. Then
will the faithful hear "Well done thou
good and faithful servant, enter thou
Into the joy of thy Lord"
A second thought I the watchful
eye that save from barm. All the time
that th mother bird, with seaming
cruelty, .1 forcing ber fledgling to learn
to fly, ah watches with.Jealou care
fulness every movement, ana ir toe
atrMiBth of the littl one fails, the
mother, bird awlftly rescue and bear
Itttt place of afoty. Bo ur lather
watches over bis children. "Fear y
not therefore: Yft are of more value
than many eparrows."
When la thia world the man honest
ly strives amidst th atorms and con
flict to follow where the Master leads,
he ha 'the dear assrauce "Fear not,
for I am with thee, even unto th end.'
When he: goe down Into the dark val-
ly he hears "In my Fi-ther" houae
are many mansion."
The nest la good, but better for Is the
boundless region of the air. -Let the
young men say, "I will launch out.
will arise. In what circuit first, I ask
not In some time, His gvjod time.
will soar from earth; in His good
The BEE HIVE
Closing Out Men's Shoes at Cost
, : 13.50 Shoe, for 2.(
1M Hhoet for 1.75
' ''- 1JS0 Hhoesfor 1.10
LadW Woolen Hhirt Walrt ..fl.W)v
Outing Waiuli 70 ent
Ladies' Jacket from i.7S to 12.00
Collarettes., from $1.60 lo 0.00
Exam ne our Millinery Dep't
Golf Hals, all color and latest style
Our. Kaatero Trimmer in the Hat lie
partment is proving a great inccees.
In Children' Closka e are carrying the largest assortment ever before dia
played in onr itore.
C7 COMMERCIAL 8T., ASTORIA. '. ; r'' ; ,
Heretofore Awtonans have sent away for their
Th Third battalion, Oregon National
Guard, haa aa yet no major. There
are thre candidates, and two ballots
how the votes to be about equally dl
vlded. no one receiving a majori'.y. One
of those voted for la Lieutenant J. E.
Thornton, who distinguished himself
as a leader of ncouta while with the
Second Oregm In the Philippines. He
Is a brother of Professor Thornton of
Mis Slgne Palmberg, recently arriv
ing from the East, desires to announce
to the ladles of Astoria that she has
opened dressmaking parlors on Ninth
street, near Commercial, next door to
DelllngwB printing office. Miss Pain
berg haa had thorough experience In
cutting and fitting ladles' garments of
all kinds, .particularly tailor-made cult
and cloaka of the latest and moat fash
The Ttlla:nvk Headlight Is authority
for the statement that the channel lead
Ir.g Into Tillamook bay is filling up and
that evan the little steamers plying .be
tween Tlllimook and AstorU will not
be able to make many mor. trips,. The
chamber of yomineroe of Aatorla and
also the Portland organisation will no
doubt give 'his matter attention . and
assist the Tillamook people in securing
an appropriation that will Insure a
The "Mission" that haa been held for
the pnst wek at the Cathollo church
tviift r,iio1tiil..tt vfirril.iv mornlnsr.
how cruel to hide from the eaglet the' Bmlces were conduoted every morning
anient oi its own sirengtn-lo rob and evenlng and were well atbend
' ,t8 Wrthrifht, strength and the' a. Kather expre88ed himself
. : ... as highly gratified at the work acoom-
buoh Is the picture Moeea uses to n!lghed ttnd the Bpirituallty shown dur
Illustrate the watchful care of Ood over ,n, the progre88 of the mettlnga. A
his people-the great , kindness that -Mission." he explained. Is to the Cath
semis trial tq test and develop our ollca wnat a revlval ls to Protertants.
powers anu capamnues. Fatner jllm&a wa ,n
it is not easy roruav child to leave work by Withers L. Breen and P. Hen
"" ",m u io w cnan8 ry of California, both of the Dominican
irom toe lamny circle io tne company order;
of traflgers. Does It seem' harsh, doe . '
It seem hunlheartedt But what mla-J ' RADICAL LITERATURE.
taken kindness. wh,t 8hrtslgh.tedneii, ' " ' '
.. cruny io . me cnua grow up We know of jy m rtorf ,n
n .v- powem uueve.opea wiuiout port,and where , oomplete a line Of
nmnna tne atrvnstn.mat Mftwi'.fnim . . ...... .t ..
novels can oe oDtaineo, on an ine raai
I bow have In stock an op-to-dat line of 1900 to wlpt fronj. Call and -,.
amine them. The most ISesatilal. Variety ever' displayed in the I'soiflAn
Cor. Ninth and Commercial St.
J. S. DELLINCER,
til TamhIIl street, Portland, Or. .
Th woman who ha a weak oonatrtu
tlon, and who needs aomethlng to brace
her, up, should get th Natural 3ody
Brace,, th brao that braces the whole
length of the body and that cost only
14 If yon ar not ure you need tt, yoa
can try It toe.. W day, at th end of
which time, If not satisfactory, you can
retura It "Write for a book with In
formation. J. A. CLEMENSON, 227
Tamblll tfreet, Portland, Ore.
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE 8UITS.
Ladle who go to Portland and deslr
something especially fin In the way of
tailor-made suit will do well to remem
ber that they can b weU fitted at L D.
Boyer' 1"7 Fourth street. In the T. M.
C. A. building.
Not only doe he keep a strictly first-
class cutter for men' wear, but also
one exclusively for ladle' work, and
all can rest assured of getting not only
good work, but the beat of materials,
Mr. Boyer 1 an expert on woolen
Ao 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,, iUmeets every requirement -of
such an article. It is non-rusting, will
support the heaviest skirts, is completely
hidden, is very strong, is quick of action,
doe away with old book and eyes.
There is a fine chance for a live agent for
Astoria by addressing B. C. Werer, 176
Fourth atreet, Portland.
MI88 McREA Corner IQth and Com.
mercial 8la.".. .'... ,, ......
L I. PffTELtiC,
friTite Isobi fcr Uitu
too St , Dear ith
1!S TUni Stmt, rrtlai4, Iregti.
The Best Cnp of Coffee
or Coco in the city.
Cream and Milk
(rum nut own ranch
Rome made Plea and eaks.
Improved ranch, consisting of 120
acres, on Young's river. Apply to John
Hayseth, Wise, Or.
finding the strength that ostaes ' from
eon tact with trials and rougher ur
roundlngs. , v . .t
. The case Is harder, When a young man
leaves home to mk, lila, pwn Way fn
tho world. It means much to sever HORRORS
the home tie and be henceforth depen-'
dent upon himself.
A plctur which attracted great at
ca) subjects of the day under discussion
aa can be seen at Jones' Book Store,
291 Alder atreet.
OF PHILIPPINE' WAR.
The Popular Price Clothiers.
BEN SELLING, Manager.
3rd and Oak Streets, Portland
. Tales come to u of the sufferings n-
rilirvut Wv miF Krft.vA anlfllArH In thA Phfl.
tentlon at the World' Fair bore the ,.,.. ..h
., D.i,in- u t. .... . 1PP,nft8- The Pa-P ring with them,
sympathy ls freely given. And yet
there are people In our midst of whom
we hear nothing, who are just as brave.
tine "Breaking Home tkb." it was a
powerful painting. Some newspaper
writers criticised It, but tt had the
power to attract crowds, to bring tears Tnfy are eufferln(f 8ently and nKhtln(r
bravely with the greatest enemy of
mankind Dyspepsia and all its terrible
111. There la relief for them If they will
take Hoetetter" Stomach Bitters faith
fully. Tt will cure dyspepsia, conatipa-
ague and liver and kidney trouble. It
of the young and old. Thl was the
picture. An old mother, in- a cot
tage room, saying ', good-by to her
boy, who la going out Into
the world to make his way. The
father Is Just going out of the door,
nearmg one ot .ua wrn a ar.p. iou n t0Mg up the who,e sy8tenli ,t
see only his back, but there Is that In arugKBt and see that a private
his bearing which tells you that his' Kevenue stamp the neck of
Headquarter for Cutters' Loggtrg
Shoes and Logrfferu Outfits. THE liSO
FRONT, 269 Morrison street, Portland,
Notice 1 hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between A.
J. Megler and C. S. Wright, under the
Arm name, of Megler A Wright, baa
this day been dissolved by mutual con-
ent, Mr. Wright tetlring. All th in
debtedness of the firm haa been assum
ed by Mr, Megler and all bills du the
firm must be paid to him. '
Dated October 8th, 1899.
A. J. MEGLER,
C. S. WRIGHT.
WATSON BROS., Propr",
Conducted on the check syttem. there
fore pttrooa pay lor what Ifyey order
and no more.
We Claii tit Lanrtit, Cinwit, Beit
lad tMest Strrifi ii the lrtkt mL
lOVandJU Fourth 8t.
Open (a.m. to 8 p.m. PORTLAND
Stranger visiting In the city will find
the Lonvr au attractive resort wherein
to spend tbe evening. The Amma Sisters
Ladies' Orchestra is still on the bills and
present nightly musical program of
exceptional merit, Handsome pool and
billiard room are a feature iu connection
with the house. Palatable lunches will
be serv ed at all hours.
of the World.
la D. Boyer,
lUreirtkSt., MTL1I9, 6KK. '
Y. M."C.A. Build'g. '.
i .. . ,. . -
V sSt1 vvvvv
Posing a Specialty.
N. W. Corner
Seventh and Washington
heart Is full to breaking. The mother's
face Is not beautiful; but It is trans
figured with love and angelic resigna
tion. There Is a look of manly courage
In thd countenance of the boy that In
spires you with belief in his success.
I The North Pacific .Pental College,
ivhrtoA n.rlvArttapmpiil':flt&A.rfl In A north-
There U sadness in the mother's eye.' m-mWfeScV. October I.
Tha lixki; fin a r rtwrviH ainul Knf hn ' 7 '
t-lth 75 studenu on its roster.
Life Is no Joke.
to be a man. This day and this lift.'
demands giants. ' The young man must
dony himself In many ways, he must
spend a lUtle less, make a few friends,
but these without capitulation, above
all to be a friend with himself to re-
spect himself. j
The sholterod life may be sweet, but it
can hardly be called strong. The
His future, his manhood de-' ,ege u w p. wlta every faoU.
1 lty to graduate students In all the late
It is no small thing knowledg of dentIstry. A. r. Baker,
D.D. S., Is demonstrator In charge, and
Is well qualified to instruct all students
who atfta.id this college.
The man who works and ls apt to
sprain, scratch or otherwise Injure him
self should never be without the cele-
mlghly oaks do not grow In hot houses.1 brated Century Liniment, 10c and 25c
Difficulties develop a man's strength. ' bottles, at J. A. Clemenson's drug store,
loth and Couch Sts Portland.
Member of National Association of
Formerly Ta:oma College of
A TAGG, Proprietor.
Special attention given to family orders.
PURE ICE CREAM T.Vrn.nc
Iu Large or mall CUNTH1RS
Special attention given to family orders.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
483 Commercial St., Astoria, Oregon.
Dental Infirmary open dally from 9 a.
m. to 5 p. m. Free oral surgical clinto
Saturday, 1:30 p, m. to 3 p. m. A. R. j
uanor. u. u. a., uemonatrator in
Students desiring Information, ad
dress North Paclflo Dental College,
Fifteenth and Couch streets, Portland,
Fine work at Popular Prices.
327 Washington Street.
Neit Imperial Hotel
PORTLAND. OR S.