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IKK moiim.no' .WiltlAS
It Will I'.iy You
To look up th bargain I un offer
ing In my orockwy atook. Erwry
iIiIiik li Included at fraaU dlaoount
(ruin regular prloea. Itivarythlng In
plain and dooorated wan; th (am
iiiii Luatlo Lraml, JCnwllah makn. It
XMll pay you u look It over.
IU Commercial Hireat.
TlicvYo I'oimiIiii Now
Have you in my aaaortment ot
ebony brualiraT Yhny were pur
thaaact d I root from New York, and
are vary popular. Am oonatanlly,
receiving new goooa. come ana eo
Q. W. SMITH.
The Leading Jeweler.
Ill Commercial ttlreet.
Who Doj Your lotiuidry.'
We claim, and we will prove to
every one. that wa have the brat
and moat up-to-date laundry on the
Coaal. A trial order will oonvluce
the moat particular. If you want
nt, prompt work, try the
CITY KTICAM LAUNDItT,
til Franklin Avenue.
It. 8C1I IMITEHMAN, I'rop.
Our Special HiunaliiH
We have aom broken line of tin
ware which we will otuae out at bar
gam prim, we ore a no miuni
apeclal prloea on aom broken line
of canned frulta and rellahe. pick-
i.. ... ... l,. nrlrtM. I
ROHHL IIIUQINB k CO.
A tllaaa lit SpimlKh i
win m .tarted. to moot evenlnga at
the homea of the member. Plan
Two leeaona a week, 10 oenta a !
aim, eight monlha' oourae.
Conault by mall or call at the
achnol after 110 p. m.
W. W. PAYNE.
Principal of High School.
Fxtra Fine I'nibrellaN
And at baiter than Portland price.
If a fct. They ara the celebrated
Follmer-Cl.igg make; handcome,
durtble silk umbrellaa. Don't make
th mistake of buying elaewhere.
H0 Commercial Street
littler I huii Fver
Th Pond Street Flah Market I
belter than ever prepared to upply
fredt and Halt fish of all kind.
Oood delivered to any part of the
cliv and satisfaction guaranteed.
FOND STUK1CT FISH MAIIKICT.
417 Itond PtreeC
I desire to further call the atten
tion of the ladlea to my handsome
stock of trimmed millinery. It com
prises the latest creations of the
millinery art. and I am orfaring re- c1(mmm1 al Central church, Portland, re
duced rates for th neat 10 days.
Dr. T. N. Hall
673 Commerolaa Btreet,
Over Schluasel's Clothing Store.
A Portland Buyer
Mrs. DALTON, who lum
year' of twiu'rirncc us it
. Buyer .
Will l) ltiMtttl tn jito )ornoim
nttontion to all cii-Homcr.
3G3 Second St., Portland.
Great Electrical Production
Battle f Manila
Admiral Dewey's World-Famed Victory as
ft The Hiim.ing BpiH'tncle iu motion. The liiu guns boom
V ami the ships sink before the eyes of the Hiidienoe.
2 BATTLE OF SANTIAGO REPRODUCED
t. a MnnkilAk. .;.. Kt. tlm uiM ..f nlitf trirtltv
A IIIHrVt'lUUn ivi'iunuwiiiuu kj
& Tho Huttlc Ship ureuon m action.
The (irent Spimlsh-Ameiicnii Fight tit bun Jiniii. 1 he host of
'4 bluo-jiiokft undor tho Stars and Htripes ia seen itorming the hill, life
si size, with the thundor of cannon and musketry plainly heard.
$ The fcpw'tiimilar Hull FiKht, conducted by the Spauinh govornmont in
bebnlf ot its soldiers to fight tbo United .States. This wonderful scone
r doctrine all beholders.
p Kitty other moving picture that display the grnndeurof the gny I'.tiro-
""lotwetintwo and three hour of tire most thrilling electrical effects
k ever wilueMMcd.
I AT FISHER'S OPERA HOUSE
WEDNESDAY er.d THURSDAY NOV. 1 and 2.
Door open nt 7 :!J0. ForforniRnoe
AJmiBBion 25 ami 50 cents.
TIi IMII.V .KlOHIAN alll be found
l li Hit ill I'lirllnml l ll. wolldiliiwn
Unit. I) tollHM l.f J. f, llMlllllVX .'., HI I
Hililiiiin Kitrl. Ilnl. rt for ail.r
ll.llia If I Willi llila Hun tt.ll fomlve
Nov. 1 Fair watlir
a HOUND town.
Crawflili, rooked In win, at the Na
"l Vurinvtm For Balo-Tlia Aalur
j Holme. Inquire at Uia prml.
prnk K. If. Cereal; Eat Nut butter'
i and Ho lih Fooda and be happy.
! In the polite court yratrday John aelnctlona there are many other at
i Uko wai fliwd 110 for drunk nrM. iractlona to delight the vlillora. The
' j iifw management li making the. Fredcr-
Mlaa Ml lwla mturnrd on hurt j ickaburg a well-merited ucca.
nlght'a tialn from a ahoit vlalt to Tort
II. B-jw-re. with the Unw.ln t arter!
Iti'iimiliber ttto MaJrK)
company, la In
The Nei anli um Hi)ru Lumber Coin.1
puny, of Hiiuilil", haa complefd a new
It. F. Allen k Bon are
ix,-a wan taper aa low aa 10 oenu
r mprt-d Kngllah. 7H oenta.
l- nigh,'. , wu- delayed In
ritiiilnir dnWll fur a eoutilo of hour by
rW..,.n of H... m.inm hneklnir down, i
r'-r drygoode atore,
young lady j
Addrrw "W," care the Aatorlan. I
Mr. " Ivte" Meyor, of Portland, came j
down from Portland yoaterday to take
the piIUNi of presainun In tho Aato-j
Italalen, the "blka king," came,
down last night to arrange for a match
rtio with Albert Hliaw of Salem, who
la In tho city. j
Pure whisky Harper Perfect whlaky
1 Hirper every bottle guaranteed liar
I per. Hold by Ford & Stokea Company,
j Wanted Immediately, a ef-r'Uant
; woman of good addrem, who lias had
some experience In caring for the lck.
Addr"aa "M," Aatorlan offloe.
! Take ateomer Hailey Oatiert of
j White Collir line for Portland and way
points. Fare, ii oenta; room, 76 oenta;
upper or lower berth, 60 oenta; section
berth, III cent.
Dr. Peart and wife and the delegates
of the Kpworth League who have been
Attending the League convention just
! "Just like Join." Till I what
Portland gntleman void of the delto
j lou chooolate made at the Spa Candy
! Factory. You will sny the same when
you try them. There are none better.
A number of passengers on yeatcr
I day' delayed train became o Interest
ed In discussion of the excellent viand
I set before them at th Clotskanlo hotel
i thul thi y missed ttw relief train and
':! obllg.Ml to w.iit Jut II evening. In
tinier to come home.
Ycstenlivy' noon train from Portland
was dolayed several hour by reason of
a lnk which took place on the track
near Clatkanle. A transfer of passen
ger was made to a train sent up from
Astoria and which returned at the
depot at S p. m. A force of men waa at
ono ot to work on tho Injured track
so that the delayed train waa able to
get through by o'clock last evening.
I In the circuit oourt yesterday the
case of X. S. Brown executor of the e
tate of Hiram Brown deceased vi
Mary Case wa argued. The motion of
nitv i vhvhivii
commences at 8 :;!0.
Ihe plulntlir In lh ea of Hamilton v.
City of Atilorln to mitkoUw nwer inor-
explicit wu argued and taken undor
dvlnemi-irt. An order of dure wa
made In the cuae of A. V. Allien v. O.
Iliwfkr'e Unto'ur rwived yi-tr
day a ahlpmont of Ijwncy' fumoua
contortion direct from the manufac
torv. It la the lime ihlpmi-iit of
Lowiify' candy that eter niurlwd A-
loila, and la the frvahoat. Thrughout
th United Hta,t Iwwy'i rhocolalca
am riM'Kiil-d u the Ix-at, and, aa la
well known, th IJwiooiinltre only kip
the beat of rVTythlnir.
All Aatorlan who vlalt Portland and
dcilre epcndlng a pleaaant evening In
company with polite people and In the
enjoyment of an unexcelled mimical
program, huiii go to trtv rreaencxe
burg. Ileildee vocal and Inatrumental
Mlaa Blgne Talmberg, recently arrlv-
from tn Kn1, ,M,I, 40 announce'
to tho ladle of Aatoria that ahe hn
I opened droeameklng parlori on Ninth
utroet. near Commercial, next door to
fX-lllngwr'a printing oin. e. Mine Pulm-
Ix rg haa had thorough exp rt- nce In I
cutting and fitting larHea' garment of;
all kind, partliularly tailor-made aulta'
j n,,,j doitk of the lateat and moat faali-;
The Aatoria Cua Light Company haa
JUal received from the Caledonian Coal
Company. Auatralla. another cargo of
llvlr o-lebrated Wallaend Coal. Thl,not a magnificent beginning, but uch
bit uinlnoiiR coal haa the reputation of
being the flnet fuel coal In the world,
and our coke made from the ame con -
tain 90 per cent carbon, making It an,
excellent fuel. Bee that your drayman
deliver you none other. Prlc, IS p-r
A very appreciative audience greeted
the first nlghf entertainment of the!
' Dottle of Manila" and oth -r seen.-
presented t Flslcr' opera house loot
night. The battle oeti" at Santiago,
! both on wa and land, were presented
- In a manner so reullaJc that the audl-
j ence cheered anj applaud 'd a If the
i real thing were befjre them. The bat-
tleshlp Oregon In chaae of tho Spanish
j ships and the de.uh of a soldier might
be mentioned a being particularly fine,.
! The battle of Manila harbor equal -1 the
! Cuban tattle In realism and murtllng
i tffm-la. Views aside from battle scenes
' w?re given, and Included a cake walk
by ftviiulne colored people, Imatlng on
the Hudson, a Sp.mish bull-fight and
on Innumerable hont of other. To
night. In addl'lnrt to lout night's enter
! nlainient, ther. will be Introduced a
, numlh-r of iu-w pl.ures. Tlu- enter
lalninent I really one of the hcot eir
liroiight to Astoria.
. . "Oft vs
The atoamer W. H. Harrison left out
The ship Benecla arrived In yester
day from Ban Diego with a partial car
go of cement, which she discharged at
The steamer Columbia arrived in
from Ban Francisco yesterday morning.
After unloading freight at thi port, she
proceeded up the river.
The Northern Pacific Steamship Com
pany's fast Oriental Utter Monmouth
ahlro Is due from the Orient Friday or
Saturday. She left Yokuhama October
The British ship darnet Hill started
out yesterday, but owing to the rough
ness of tho bar waa obliged to return.
She will leave out today if the weather
Details have been received regarding
the British ship Scottish Hills. Captain
Ulackmore, which waa reported arrived
at Calcutta, on Ocitober 9, from Port
Iilakeley, April 28, damaged and with
deckload Jcttlaoped. She encountere a
gulo on May 2, In which her stanchions
were started,' and In latitude 4 north,
longitude 170 vest, she waa struck by a
tornado, and; her aolla were blown off,
and in a hurricane that followed she
was thrown on her beam-ends, her
wheel was carried off, she sprung a
leak, thetmaln winch was torn up, tak
ing with it a portion of the main deck,
and various other damages were sus
tained. The British bark Ancyra, which went
to Plight sound seeking last spring,
when freights were at a low ebb, and
was obliged to take a lumber charter,
is coming north again. She was char
tered a few days ago to load wheat at
Portland nt 40 shillings, and it will be
along in time for December loading.
There is very little chartering being
done at the present time, exporters not
caring to experiment with 40-shllUng
ships, very far In the future, and there
being very few that are near by ob
tainable even at that figure. The big
ship May Flint, which in early Ufa was
the steamship Persian Monarch, has
been chartered for Sound loading. She
Is over 3,000 tons register, but is a much
poorer carrier than the Royal Forth,
now loading In this port '
; v?llDpiMr NMaOlllL
BEGINNING OF THE
The First ('oiitrilia ions fur il;t' Kil
ward ('. Youn Ufoui).
LCTTEKS W COM RXPAIIOX
A (irutifvlng Assurance TJvnf Asto
ria's Trilititc to an A-.tnrU Solilii-r
Will he Worthy of the City.
When ICdward C. Young dnpp'-d hl
li'iok and ehoulderod hie rifle at the
caII if hU country he rnado a aar-riflro
that all can appreciate. Whi-n lie died,
ftlva). fn)m hme awuy frim the mto
li'K mlnlMtratlona of loved oiu. the ac
rillce of the young aohlh-r waa made
complete. All that he had, even his life,
he gave to hla country,
Aatoria, hi home, propm to give to
the college from which he went forth
to war a library which rhull commem
orate the B-rvlcea of Edward Young and
be of gnat help to othor young people
ei-eklng to fit th.-mwlvo at the Ore-
gon Agricultural collegv for a uif-ful
The fund wu openod UMlay. It 1
w,i nt expected. There have bn no
p-raonal aollcltatlona, aa It Is desired
: that the offering bo the free-will con
irlbutlon of the city. Many have lg
' niflcd their Intention to subscribe lib-1
erally who name do not appear. The!
(beginning Is far from being a dlsap-1
! polnlment, for It la a beginning. In
such can aa thla It Is usual to wait
fur the starting before we subscribe.
The Aatorlan 1 In receipt of many
letter aprovlng the movement. There
l rm In these column fur but a few.
H're l.i one fmm a deservedly popular
A'torlun. a faithful servant of the siate
and a member of the bnard of regents
of the college:
"Editor Aatorlan: Tour proposed
memorial to Edward C. Young In th'
f'irm of a library for the uae of the
Plate Agricultural college I a project
which should receive prompt and hearty
tutprort. Ilia option In promptly re
Biiindliig to the call for volunteers,
thereby giving hi life to his country.
Hhould N perpeuated. The plan pro
p.iihMl I commend as a tribute to a
young man who wis a credit to Oat
op county, and also that the memorial
will nut only be a useful one to the col
lege an Institution of which we can
J all feel proud fr the good work it I
doing but will aljo be in recognition
j of the students who honored the state
j in promptly answering1 the call for vol
unteer!". F. I. DUN BAR.
Mr. Dunbar enclosed a check for a
handsome amount to be added to the
Mr. P. S. Pague of Pcriland, well
known aa the Oregon forecast official
and section direct w of the weather bu
rnu, Is an enthuslnstlc friend of the
college and one of Its most active re
gvivts. Mr. rajrue wrltt:
Ki'Hor Atorlnn: An Edward C,
' . ' .. . f . iiM:"Ii'..iiy at the Oregon
Atfilcultural college would be the most
fitting tribute to one of our honored
di'ad and It would constanitly tend to
irstlll patriotism In the minds of the
I living, thus showing that the people
i are not unmindful of tne saennces
which are made to uphold the dignity
of our ling, and to preserve our right
against an enemy wheresoever located.
There is no Institution In the state of
preater value to the people than the
Agricultural college, or aa lit can well
i be termed, Industrial college. The stud
ents In the college represent families of
the state, farmers principally, upon
: whom depends, to a great extent, the
development of the state's wealth. The
m.ire thorough the Instruction, the
I jTi iater the means placed ojt the disposal
of the students for the acquisition of
; know ledge, the mo. perfect will be the
! graduates for the affairs of life and bet-
t t citizens they will become.
! A moment of marble is a mute recog-
! idtlon of valor or renown and a silent
reminder ir tne aeparteo; a uorary is
, monumpnt fully a memorlat.
to a shaft of granite, and possessing the
greater value of being useful to the llv
li'.K. I view with great favor this movement
on your part, and beg to unsure you
that I shall be pleased to assist and to
co-operate In any manner in the furth
erance of it.
Astorlans are pushing and energetic;
they possess as much publlo enterprise
as can be found In any city; they are
prosperous and happy, and I have no
doubt but that they will view with
favor your proposition, and that the
amount which you desire to raise will
ba subscribed without delay. May the
utmost success attend your efforts. Very
truly yours, B. S. PAGUE.
Professor . B. Horner, at the head of
the English department in the college,
was one of Edward Young's Instructors
and he Is glad because of Astoria's pro
posed tribute to the memory of the
warm-hearted, manly boy. He says;
"Accept my congratulations upon the
success of the Edwin C. Young library.
Without question, this Is one of the
most Important as well as appropriate
movements of the kind suggested In Or
egon, for while the library wit blless
and enlighten the young men and wo
men for whom Edwin Young's precious
life was sacrificed, that they might en
joy the peaceful pursuit of knowledge
and happiness, those numberless vol-
nine will te a permanent frknVnto
Unking popular patrlotlam with eclen
tide and clanelcal Inatructlon In one of
the growing educational Institution In
our great country,
"Ood bleaa you and your noble co
worker In thla laudable undertaking.
"J. B. HOUNKIt."
CONTRIUUTOnU TO THE Fl'ND.
F. I. Dt'NBAn $25 00
I'ltOP. 3. H. ACKKRMAN 00
Hit. ALFKKU KINNEY 5 IX)
If. H. HOMiATB 2 5ft
k. crtAWFOitn t oo
i:. IIKNHKN 1 00
It. H. PMITII M
J. T. LIGUTKft i W
A HINT TO ASTORIA ROYS.
The carrying of a coricealed weapon
I a ticket of aJmlnnlon to the penlten
tlary, or to the hangman' noow. Boy
ahouM be o Inatrueted and young men
hould take the hint. The daJly hand
ling of a dangerous woKpon baa a ten
dency to cre.Oe an undervaluation cf
the right and Uvea of other. The man
who consider hi life ahould be pro
tected by carrying a concealed weapon
la keeping bad compiny an! destroying
reapect for the law by depending upon
a cowardly advantage over hi aHaoclate
or opponent or enemy. The pistol and
dirk have gotten few person out of
trouble, but they have wrecked thou
aund of live and homea. The moat
peaceful, law-abiding man la always
AN IMPORTANT DIFFERENCE.
: To make It apparent to thousand,
who think lhem.-lves 111, that they are
I n-.it altllcted with any dlneaae. but that
I the system elmply need cleansing, It
i to bring comfort home to their heart,
, as a costive conditio! I easily cured b
using Pyrup of Figs. Manufoctered by
j the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and
I sold by all druggist.
I. D. Boyer,
KHoorlkSI., fOKTLUH, DEL
Y. M. C. A. Huild'c.
A fin-t-clHus place at moderate prices
Koonis for bdies and private parties
Open nil NlgHt...
10S Pourth St., near Washington
PHONE BLACK iKjis-
l)ininij-ioui:i anil KioUiurant
J. V. Wonnor, FVop.
I'rivate Dining-rooms lor Ladies '
Meals 15c lp Ope ill Night.
170 THIrlD STREET,
Bet. Morrisoi and Yamhill
K. K. PlTTELK.il,
rr.vate Roonii fcr Ladies.
5) OPEN DAY EstKbllslied
w AND NIGHT... J)
g 12S Third Street, Portland, Oregoa.
$ The Host Cup of Cufleo
J;, or Cocoa In the city. ,
fS Cream anil Milk 0
fn.iumir own ranch
V Home made Pica and cakes.
) Wo f fciria-i'c;
WATHOS Blius., rropra,
() ,n...l..n...l A.. .1... nt....tl' u.-ufAn. llinNL.
tore ikimii pay for what tlicy order
and no more. '
t Claim the LarsMt, Cheapest, Best
and (uifkest Servir in the Snrthwest. g
ItWandlll Fourth St.
Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. PORTLAND
Jackets! Jackets! Jackets!
FOR 'I HIS WF.F.K ONLY Wli GIVF. SPIXIAL
FRICr.S ON IMMU.KAbl. JACKETS
Pine Tailor-made Jacket reduced from $ VIM JM .f 10.00
in.00 to - 8.nn
S 00 to - 6.00
An Unusual Opportunity to Get an
Elegant Jacket at a Bargain.
Have You Seen Our Fall Line of Winter Mack Drc.su
(oh!h i'oplin.H, Venetians Whipcord,
' CaimTa Hair and Ocpons.
THE -BEE -HIVE
With every Suit, even if the Suit costj no more than
(We have gool Suits for this price)
fit Lottery. Every One Treated Alike.
Boy also get a Hat with a Suit, anil
Hints nvwaros iroui
You buy the Suit, we give the Hut. The better the Suit the better
the bat. No toys being given away, but something owful. Having low
rent we can do this.
WELCH'S CLOTHING STORE
Bealer i .lea's and Boys' Clothing and I BriiiV.iimj Cvids. aid He' Boys'.
Ladies' aad Childre' Shoes.
L STRICTLY A aERIUX CLOTHING
and Scenery Artist
r-v . We Rent
! , -.- Li . jt
Fj-JJtC.,:. NEW ART CATALOG!
To-L- & M- ALEXANDER S CO.,
" Excit-ne i
Vhere the finest Candies in the State
ire Prepared and Always in Stock
Cf Every Description Made to Order. Largs Line of Stock
Books for 1900. Attractive Prices.
loose leat ledijers and Transfer Case. TUC ID 1)11 U UfinCnW Pfl
Order Blanks Holders and Binders. nt 111 Wlll'ilUUoUfl bU.
Commercial Printing in all branches,
XV-Larteat iiauuiiiiuui iu the Weat. First and Salmon St., Portland.
DO YOU BATHE?
we have good
71 9 norriso Mrert a
STORE . Bctaee. Tirst ad Soeond p
127 First Street, Portland
tuou ah-" iuij'iwiv uiviiio auuvu ui.aj wit uaiiiUl
Phone Main 571
i.a.. - u.,i ijc.ieis. 145 Stark SL Tortland
543 COMMERCIAL ST..
...ASTORIA. OREGON g
Becaiiso utour bouso we bave neither a bathtub,
n .r bot water 1 uudy. . . .
Tben go to the Ruwian Baths at 217 Atttor 8t.
25 cents is the price. Private apartments for Jj
ladies. Only the better elm's of patronage i fj
catered to. Try one aud you will come regularly.