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fllK MOItMAG AHT01UAN
OCTOBER 1, 18i)9
Special for this week
Muck mid Colored Herges fi.OO quulityf. .:, 50c
" Oolf TlaiiMO in. Woqulil....".;...; 4Gc
Kngluh FUniwUtte 10c qdnlitj?."'....! 8Jc
All other good in jirojiorti
AlcALLEN & HcDONNELL,
47U Coinincrcial 81
Tk DAI LIT AITOIIIAN will bs round
na aale la I'orllaait al Ilia ll-kaaa
aiuaarjr haHM tif Jt a. HeaaJay to.. SSI
Waattlafloa Nireal. Order tot s4er
tlalaf lall with Mils Utm will reeeWs
I'OllTLAND. Oct. ll.-Wajhlnrton,
Oregon and Idaho, rain today.
C. H. Wholr o( Nebalera U In tb
Walter B. Preston of Portland I In
K. Ragley of Kalema vial tad Astoria
M. 8. Marks of Portland wu In th
Jno. R Flora of Portland wu In
J. F. Dartholdua of Toungs rlvar wu
In th city yesterday.
"Wnted girt to do houaawork. Call
at 141 Exchange treat
J. Q. A. Powlby took tha train last
vanlni for Portland.
Mr. Harrison Allan loft up fur Port
land on laat vanlng' train.
Tha steamer But of California ar
rlvad In yesterday morning.
W. W. Bala of Tounf'a river waa do
ing business In Aaiorta yoaU-rday.
Rev. Edlund and family war passen
gers on tba up train laat craning.
Chill oon cam and frljolle at Lm
Herring's National Cafa vry day.
The steamer Lincoln la on the beach
at tha Astoria Iron Worka undergoing
repairs. , .
Tha lateat In tha oon faction Una art
thoaa delicate loa Otn Chocolate
at Tba "pa.
Foc rent -Eight room lmnn with iiumU
ra convenience. Address "P." Aator
The bark Powya Cull, Brltlah, waa
towed to at yaatarday, bound for Port
Natal, South Africa.
Portland i Astoria
Td provide the citizens of Asloria and vicinity with the same advantages as
" the people I 'of Portland', we will, during the continuance of tha prevailing
rates, furnish "round trip tickets from . .' ' '
Astoria to Portland and Return
v-'--: Absolutely Free
By giving one rounijl trip ticket and an Admission
to the Exposition with each Suit or Overcoat, pur
chased of us, no matter what price the garment, 1
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 seloction of
FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND
For Mens, 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 the expositiolrwith each purchaso of a Suit or Overcpnt
Mover Clothing Co-
Th Popular Price Clothiers
BEN SELLING, Manager. 3rd and Oak Streets, Portlard
Mm. M, A. Stewart, mother of Mm,
W. W. I'ayne, dM auddnnly Sunday,
October li, at Cleveland, Ohio.
l'rvildant A. D. Hammond of tha A.
A C railway, hiu returned to Portland
from a buslne trip Into Montana.
Tha Ilrttlsh ahlp Kata Thomaa put
Into port yaatarday. Tlia vessel la from
Panama and mado tha trip to 47 daya.
Tou oan find over 10,000 tltlaa of dot
Ik at Hyland Bros. old bookstore.Pert
land. Prop In and gat something to
The Jessie spread bar anil yesterday
afternoon and paaaed gracefully down
tha rlvar oil bar way to tha halibut
Dr. Henderson itataa that however
steady hla Job might have twn for the
paat tow days, It la nevarthle some
what lacking In vark".y.
Buy Roilyn ooal; tha bast coal for
beating and cooking purpoaaa on tha
market. Osorga W. Banborn, Agent,
Vlillor from Portland and aleewhera
will And tha plrasantast rooms In As
toria at tha Day City houaa, 171 Tenth
street, Mra. E. B. Andrew, proprietress.
Roslyn coal lasts longer, Is cleanar
and makes lea trouble with stoves and
chimney fluea than any other. Drooie
W. Banborn, Agent, Telephone 1S1L
As tha blryollals of Portland will tk.
to the sldewalka after November 1, It la
a natural sequence that after that date
tha pedestrians will take to tha streets.
When In Astoria, transient guests
oan secure unsurpassed accommoda
tion! at tba Aator Houaa, Perfcot cook
ing and ntoe, cJeaa rooms. Rates, $J
Today, St. Luke's Day, there will bt
a celebration of the Holy Communion
at Grace church at 1:30 a. m. The Bac-
rament of Holy Baptism will also be
administered. - - 1
Roalyn coal Is tha best and moat eco
nomical coal for household usa In As
toria. Try H onoa and you will bar
no other. Oeorg W. Banborn, Agent,
L W. Harper1. Nelson county, Kr.
whiskey. A gentleman's whiskey; a
whiskey for th sideboard; a whlakey
! for tha alck room. Bold by Foard eV
i iltokes Company, Astoria, Oregon.
The steamer Gaelic arrived at Ban
Francisco Monday from tl Orient with
1,000 bals of silk, valued at 12,000,000,
and $J37,0eO In specie. This Is an llius
trillion of what trade with the Orlotit
Two trains of aand cars go daily up
the track for th Improvement of the
A. k C. road In th John Day district.
The work Is being carried on with car
and tavot and when flnlshud the track
at that point will be In a perfect con
dition. Astorian registered ait Portland h
(els yesterday wwt; C. W. Fulton, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Ifenrlckson, II. B. Par
ki'T, Dr. Alfred Kinney, Ous. Kinney,
Jas. Flnlayaon; W. O, Howell, Mr. and
Mrs. Danxlger, J. A. Devlin and O.
Wlngate and wife.
On the opening of the annual conven
tion, Oregon W. C. T. U., In Portland
yesterday, th president, Mra Narrtsaa
W, Kinney of Aatorla made an addreea
showing tha condition, financial and
otherwise, of th slat association, and
making suggestion for th coming
Meiers. W. Y Cole. Tony Bnilth Mid
J. Ellsworth went down to the sea to
shoot. On HHtU. Jortely. teal duck.
wary of breath, took ptty on the trio
and aalled In front of Mr. Ellsworth's
gun. It had th honor of representing
th entire reeutta of the three hunts
Mrs. C. Hanson and children are get
ting along nicely, and thry wleh hearti
ly to thank the many kind frlcnda and
the generous city officers who SJislated
them while In trouble. Mr. Hanson
states that the printed report that Pro
fmeor Palne'a cloth were destroyed
waa a mistake.
The dancing party given laat evening
by the Knights of tha Maccabees at
Hanthom'a hall waa not largely at
tended, owing to the very Inclement
weather, but the floor waa perfect, the
dancers were In gay aplrlta. and an
njoyabl time waa had by all who
braved th storm to attend.
Captain Foster, first officer of the
huge bark Royal Forth, baa been se
lected to command the Garnet Hill.
Captain Harrison, whff came out from
England to tak charge of the latter
veel. Is still sick In the hospital her,
and the Garnet Hill will be ready to
tall bafor he la able to resume his du-
A literary and social entertainment
wa given lai evening at the Mothmllst
church, under th auspice or me up
worth. League. Songs ad t citation
v.vre rendered In an attractive manner,
so that all nreaent were highly enter
talncd. A feature of the program was
a debate carried on In a serio-comic
manner, and which created much mer
riment. Tha new tus was launched yesterday
at tha Aatorla Iron Work. Those who
had the good fortune to be present wit
nesaed a pretty scene. The launching
was a most pronounced suooess, every
thing operating without a hitch. The
success of the wW affair Is' due to
It. M. Leathers, the builder. Miss
Grace Fox gracefully perfornv.-d the
honors of christening the vessel.
Miss Sign Palrnberg, recently arriv
ing from the Beat, desires to announce
to the, ladle of Astoria that she has
opened dressmaking parlors on Ninth
street, near Commercial, next door to
IX-lllngttr's printing office. Miss Palm
berg has had thorough experience in
cutting and fitting lalies' garments of
all kinds, particularly tailor-made suits
r,d cloaks of th lateat and most fash
The three leading newspapers of
tan Francisco, the Call, the Chronicle
and the Examiner, are at present send
ing largt editions of their dally Issues
to Portland for fre distribution. On Reports of committees on the matters
year ago the Examiner had 1200 dally. ot tbe orienUl trade and the securing
circulation In the big Oregon motropo- a w.foot entranoe Into Columbia bay
lis. whereas, at the present time, it has weP6 rea, discussed and adopted.
Utile mora than one-quarter of thls( unfinished business left over from
number. White the Ban Francisco pa- u,. ngutor mooing was attended to.
per are moat excellent publication The moit Important matusr sonsld
they will f rov of little avail against .ri -d th. u th.
the OregonJan. which, for general ex-,
t"n" wn l wun eso'ng
Journal of tbe country.
Track Walker Ilobbed Last Nght
Fire at Maygera.
An A. A C. R. railroad track walker
wa held up laat night a short dlstano
above Clifton ad robbed of a gold'
watch worth 1125, beside., a sum of I
Bheriff Llnvllle was notified and went
to the scene Immediately with a poweJ
No word had been received from him'
up to the time of going to press.
The Maygers depot building caught
fire last night Just as the train pulled' lnr r
In. The mills and lumber yards were' d!avor c'q cal,ed ltatlon-U
threatened but quick work soon Un-' Preftdln- nd venr responsible citi
gul.hed the flames. Mn who P0886 wythlng of public
The down train ran over soma animal'
last nlgbt and threw It Into the river.
VALUE OF A GOOD NEWSPAPER.
Whet an Influential Oregon Journal' organization errs In not taking the pub.
, , , ., . . , I He Into Its confidence and In not mak
Thlnks of the ' New" Astorian, 1 , .... ,.
Eust Oregonlan. i(
Tha Aarnrfan ! kAmln a
first-class newspaper under it present'
manajrement. Astoria's bu.in m.nl
ard property owners should lend It
every encouragement, as its Influence Is
bound to Increase as It becomes more
and more of a newsoaDer. devoid tJ
ih ini,.r..t. nf .,. a.v.iinn nt h atat I
The Aatorlan'a rat unnrA
glvea lu reader, outside of Astoria an'
excellent opinion of the town and Its
futui-. ar.d strengthens public opinion
l In Iho rmtitv nf Tho Ml V hw lh aa
One able newspaper. 4eeTvedly sup-'
ported, Is worth mfc-ro to a town than
a dozen weak, puerile, rtarving sheets,'
reeking with hunger, indolenoe and In
activity. The East OregonUin Is grat
ifcd to see the Astorian take on new
llfe and become something more thaa"
"the hired organ"
of a "Jerk-water
IMPORTANT WORK TO IX).
Many Subjects are Pressing for Con
sideration at the Hands of the
Chdmber of bommeree.
Questions for consideration., by .the, e" thelrwffeeUw support to the "As
Atoria chamber of commerce arise al- t"rla proposition,
most dally. Among the maWers now! Therefore It follows that It Is public
demanding that bodyV attention ar,ty. .not secrecy, that Is needed. Se
ttle Improvement of the Columbia river.'."8 ftctlqn " oertaJn t0 arOUSe dan'
the deepening of the. bur, enlarging the erous distrust.
scope of the mimary reservation atl The publlc.holds the key to the situ
Fort Stevens, securing Oriental trade The people of Oregon have ar-
for the Columbia river, securing part of lltrary power. What Is needed Is the
the government transport business. I arousing of the people to the real sit
n.4klng Astoria a common point, im-' uatlo"- The transportation people can
provement of the countyyoads, Improv-' be made to be Just. Ceaxlr.g will not
Ing the entrance to Tlllamook harbor ""eot them. Again might be quoted,
and attracting emigration to Clatsop, the homely lines.
county. ... s- , , vv. i !
Another matter In .which t -can aid
and which -he Portland, chamber is
taking up Is the readjustment of lm-'
port duties at Manluv.Tb old Spanish
tarif is in force and not only practic
ally prohibits trude;in most, of the pro
duots , what this coast tan supply In
abundance, but operates to keep down
the revenues. TWe salmon Industry is
All Astorian who visit In Portland
nil Aenhv to sDend a pleasant evening
out should go to th Fredericksburg.
7th and Alder streets. Here is the
program for the ween commencing
1 March "The Enquirer Club."
2 Waltz "Flower of St. Peters
burg." As Popular as Ever
3 WATERMAN BISTERS.
4 March "Soldier's Life," Keller
B5-"Ma Rag Time Baby." F. S. Stone.
6- GON7.0LAS & WALDO-Acro-batlo
7 Schrrttlsehe "Sambo's! Wedding
gOverture "Nlajfora." Moses.
9 GEORGE T. MOREY. The Ban
.. Mr-i al.nllvaiia" T StrnilflS.
11 VVIHIR . . . ,
12 STANLEY & SCANLON Archie
ic ivATPnv AM SISTERS.
ift.-WAT.DO & ELLIOTT In their
18 GEORGE T. MOREY The Ban
20 MAMIE SCANLON.
22 WATERMAN SISTERS.
24 MIPS ROSE ELLIOTT.
26 GEORGE T.' MOREY The Ban
A COMMON POINT
J THE COMMON END
THE POWER OF TIfE PUBLIC
Comments Upom ibe Honest Efforts
" uf the Chamber of Commc rce
an J Some iiuc stioos.
The Astoria chamber of commerce
held a special meeting yesterday morn
ing an transacted business of Import-
.ngi wag ,ctlon toward making Astoria
. common point. The Astorian day after
day and year after year, has dwelt
upon the neoenoity of securing such
consideration for this port, necessity,
Astoria alone, but for the whofe
This psper, In recent Issue, haf In
sisted that the time l close at band
mu? b1for1 to abandon the unnat-
wai r ""f"
expense of tbe producers of th? '.VII-
l'" th. olomW ba,rtn'
l ba,8 lnt 001 th danJeT
hrwlten thl8 ,n the con,m'
i plated movements of great railway
,p,m " rswy 10 ,cna nul ua
It Is for tbls reason that while the
efforts of the chamber of commerce
are heartily applauded, (there is a natu
ral belief among many citizens that the
ing a ihmu, airona; ngnu me raiiroau
men who are opposed to the desired re
adjustment are paat masto in the art
of ln ,B Z dolf-
n0'' b tnls Ume everything that
th? chamber did yesterday, so that all
the chamber does In trying to avoid
pjbllclty Is to deprive Itself of the co-
operation of the pubUc
It l true that occasion might some
tlmc demand a certain quiet move
nit..huf thla should be the work of
cerla,m "ol m "mi'vra.
Th Asloria Proposition Is not a thing
10 De 11
18 reasonable. feasible, H Is equita-
ble and It Is iwoessary. It Is not a sel
fish proposition. It does not ask toll
from the real of the state, as some up-
i country papers really believe On the
contrary, It undertake to relieve the
farmer of an unjust burden. It tell
them, that It I cheaper for them to roll
their w heat down hill to the ocean than
K Is to hoist It over mountains. The
pople of the "Willamette river and the
Columbia river valleys can be made to
s-e where their r.ttr:pts He, and wHl
"Tender nanaeo pi'ica a neine,
And it sting you for your; pains;
Grasp H like a man of metal
And it soft as silk remains."
FOR RENT OB BALE.
Avery desirable dairy farm, finest
beaver dam land with abundant living
I water, and5 cows, bulldlnsrs, orchards
and separators. Address Robert Craw
ford, Nehalem. Tillamook county. Ore.
. RADICAL LITERATURE. -
We know of only on book store In
Portland where so complete a line of
novels can be obtained, on all the radi
cal subjects of the day under discussion
as can be seen at Jones' Book Store,
291 Alder street.
HORRORS OF PHILIPPINE WAR.
Tales come to us of the sufferings en
dured by our brave soldiers in the Phil
ippines. The papers ring with them,
sympathy la freely given. And yet
there are neoDle in our midst of whom
we hear nothing, who are Just ag brave.
They are suffering silently and fighting
hravelv with the greatest enemy of
mankind-Dyspepsia and all Its terrible
Ills. There Is relief for them If they will
take Hostetter's Stomach Bitters falth
fullv. It will cure dyspepsia, constipa
tion, biliousness, malaria, fever and
aorua and liver ana W.':?7 '"-'bles. It
tones up the whole system. Get It from
any druggist and see that a private
Tj.M-omif. StamD covers t!.c r-"f tbe
TIia man who works and is apt to
strain, scratch or otherwise Injure him
oif ahmild never be without the cele
brated Century Liniment, 10c and 2Bc
bottles, at J. A. Clemenson's Qrug store,
The BEE HIVE.
Natty Swell Jackets
Plush and Golf Capes,
Fur Collarettes and Scarfs
In all tba latest novelties in this line.
Look at our Goods and Prices
Ladies' brown melton Jicketa......$2.75
Black bouole cloth jacket 4.00
Black boucle cloth jacket trimmed
in appliqaed kersey cloth..;.... 6JJ5
Elpgtntall wool kersey jacket.... 8 .60
Io Cbildrens cloaks we are carrying
tbe largest aesortiuent ever bsfore dis
played in onr store.
467 COMMERCIAL ST., ASTORIA.
Heretofore Antonanw have sent away for their
I now have In atock an op-to dte line bt 1900 lo seled from: J'CaIT and ex
amine them, .Tbe most Beautiful Variety ever displayed in the Pacific
N"ortbwet. . - ,
J. 8. DF.LLISOER,
2V Yamhill street, Portland, Or.
Th woman who ha a weak constitu
tion, and who needs something to brace
ber up. ahould get the Natural Body
Brace, tbe brace that braces the whole
length of the body and that.eosU only
fj. If you art not sure you need tt, you
can try It for. M days, at the end of
which time. If not satisfactory, you can
return It. Write for a, book with In
formation. . J, A. CLEMENSON, 2T
Yamhill street, Portland, Ore.
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE BUTTS.
Ladles who go to Portland and desire
something especially fine In th way of
tailor-made suits will do well to remem
ber that they can be well fitted at I. IX
Boyer'a 11 Fourth street. In the T. It
C. A. building.
Not only doe be keep a strictly first.
clasa cutter for men's wear, but also
one exclusively for ladle' work, and
all can rest assured of getting not only
good work, but the best of materials,
as Mr, Jtoyer la an expert on woolen
cloths. 1 :
An Attraction for the Ladies.
Attn exposition in Portland there is
an object of especial interest to the la
dies in tbe way of an ideal waist and
skirt supporter. By those qualified to
judge, it meets every requirement ot
such an article. It is non-rusting, will
support the heaviest skirts, is completely
hidden is very strong, is quick of action,
does away with old hooks and eyes.
There is a fine chance for a live agent for
Astoria by addressing B. C. Wever, ITS
Fourth street, Portland. "' .
' Improved . ranch, consisting of 120
acres, on Young's river. Apply to John
L. Hayseth, Wise, Or.
Hea-dquarte-s f Gutter Logging,
Slioes and Lezneru UutnUL THE RED I
FRONT, tt Morrison street, Portland.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE. .
Notice la hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between A.
J. Megler and C. S. Wright, under th
firm name of Megler ft Wright,- has
this day been dissolved by mutual con-
ent, Mr. Wright istlrtng. All tn in
debtedness of the firm has been assum
ed by ' Mr. Megler and all bills due the
firm must be paid to him.
Dated October 6th. 1899.
A. J. MEGLER.
.. . CB. WRIGHT.-
Strangers visiting in the city will find
the Louvre au attractive resort wherein
to spend tbe evening. Tbe Amine Sisters
Ladies' Orchestra is still mi the bills and
presents nightly a musical program of
exceptional merit, Handsome pool and
billiard rooms are a feature in connection
with the home. Palatable lunettes will
be served at all hours.
THE . . a
Premier The - Leading
of the World.
15th and Couch SU, Portland.
Member of National Association of
Formerly Ta:oma College f Dcnta
Dental Infirmary open dally from 8 a. I
m. to 5 p. m. Free oral surgical clinic ;
Saturday, 1:30 p. m. to 3 p. m. A. R. (
Baker. D. D. S., Demonstrator In
Students desiring Information, ad-,
dress North Pacific Dental College,
Fifteenth and Couch streets, Portland,
Cor. Ninth and Commercial St.
MISS McREA Corner 10th and Com
merciatSfe. " t: ,ze '
...... T.Ue -.'.-
1. 1. MTTElIlt,
friTitt leoBi fcr Ufm.
ton St, near Mb
OPEN DAY " Esuwi.hed
AND NIGHT... . Mi
liS Tktri S'rett, rtrtbii, Irtrit.
SThe Bert Cup of Coflte ,
. or Cocoa in the city.
1 ' Cream sad Milk
(rum nur own ranch .
Home made Pies and cakes. ,
WAT305 Bftbs.. Propr'fc''
Conducted on the check syitem, there
fore patron pay tor what they order
and no more.
We flilar tie lirrfst, CktiHtt, Best
nd mltit itnkt li th Itrtawest.
109 and 111 rourth8t.
Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. PORTLAND
I. D. Coyer
m rtirt. si., mni,u.
Y.M.d, A, Build'g.
Posing a Specialty.
N. W. Corner
Seventh and Washington
A TAGG, Proprietor.
Special attention given to family orders.
PURE ICE CREAM
la Large or Small
Special attention given to family orders.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
483 Commercial St., Astoria, Oregon.
P0VEY & B1RCHALL
Fine work at Popular Prices.
327 Washington Street
Next Imperial Hotel
Lafl'i' Tulw. Ctsti'Tiiln.