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THE MORNING ASTORIA. SrVllRDAi, NOVKMUEB It. IB.
Headquarter for Pry (ioodn on the Lover Columbia ?
CULLISON & CO.
C7f- S) - v Wheat and Stock Brokers
IMRELLAS-RiCifs and Women's Styles.
Our made or,lir ai show tue tot r wilts of improve' nieth-
od -"f nrr1 te l-ni'iU"r. rrieoi: frsnm, nrl rods, double 1 k nl. f-
Wr ) w vwrv kn.-ii kind i hamllein wl. m, pearl, old iiry and ,
2 1 4-21 5 Chamber of (Commerce,
board of Trade
Good Union cerge $1.50 each.
Putin finished gloria, extra value.
Cotton gloria. $UX $1.80 and
$2 50 end).
BISHOP SCOTT ACADEMY
J. W. Bill. at. D rrlaolpal.
! Cfcrtatmaa rra oaa (. U. WH.
The barkentine Omcgo came
The German fhlp Nuiede waa towtd
up the river yesterday.
The ateam schooner Uurnswlck came
down from Portland yesterday.
The Lenox came down the river yes
terday and preceded down to F'avel.
The ship Benecia ha shifted to the
A. A C dock and is discharging
The steamer "Portland" from San
Francisco came In yesterday and pro
ceeded up the river.
The Fullwood. British ship, arrived
down from Portland and will lighter
100 tons of grain at this port before
Another cargo of breadstuff for the
fighting British or "their frlnds the
enemy" was shipped from Portland yes
terday, says the Oregonian. Kerr, Gif
ford & Co. clearing the British ship
Blythswood for Algoa bay. South
Africa, with 86,635 bushels of wheat,
valued at $50,000. This is the sixth
cargo from Portland to South Africa
Blnce the opening of the season July 1.
There are several other vessels well on
toward the finishing point, and siveral
are now in the stream ready to leave
down. The British ship Kate Thomas,
which made such a fast passage up
from Panama, has cleared for Queens
town or Falmouth for orders with 91
223 bushels of wheat, valued at JIS.OOO.
She was dispatched by Balfour Guihrle
Co., and the avrne firm hits Just
finished loading the Nlobe. The latvr
wtiwtpai. J. W. HULL. M. U. r. O. tfwrtt
It Portland. Or.
primary, rmanlorr 4 Acant D.pH
MtiW; iMif PrPrlUi. Ullliwr lloipll
autl trauUt. itar tt all aga natirti.
vessel has been helJ up for a few day, )nt0 (h. ,own whch wna vUlnj to
on account of tnjurle sustained by
j nearly deserted, except by the atred
Charles Gallarher cm ixwrd th ivmi'I
She was libeled by Gallagher, ami the nJ ,m Spaniard, who had hidden In
case was not, settled until yetnerday, , Buffalo Wallows and who came shout
when a compromlw was effected, the;ng delightedly toward the Americans.
Injured man recvlr $4 WO. j tnK,pi ln the during
The Royal Forth lack, but about NO the ,kM ln ,h mnto Generol
tons of completing her big cargo, and; . , ... . , . .
... , . , : f. . , Wheaton established his headquarter,
will leave down early next week. The .
two latest errlvals. the Crown of Eng-1 ln church, quartered his men In nous
land and the Adolf, were discharging ' es and sent the captured Filipinos b?
ballast yesterday. The Fulwood. out-jyonj th outposts with orders not to
ward bound, arrived at Astoria last
The inhabitants describe all the roads
as partlcally Impassible and say they
believe Agulnnldo has secreted a yacht
in the river Longape, near Sublg f"r
use In his tlight when he finds his cap
ture is Inevitable.
FEARS FOR THE MAVLE.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 10. The Ex
Three tons of dynamite were stored
ln the hold of the little Salvadorian
steamer Maule, which sailed from this
jort on September 30, for El Triunfo,
by way of San Diego, The vwl has t
not been heard from since. Shipping
men are of the opinion that the dyna- Annual Report of the Fourth Assistant
mite exploded and that the vewsel was Poetm later General
destroyed. t j
FRANCISCO. Nov. 10.-
WASHINGTON. Nov. 10,-The fourth
' assistant poutmaiUer general, John L.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 10-The
Forty-sixth United States volunteer ln-! Brlstow. ln his annual report today wi
fantry regiment will sail for the Phil-1 nounod that during the past fiscal
ippines tomorrow afternoon on the .r n 504 positmasters were appoints,
11,531 being fourth class and the re
There were 2,935 pofltofflces establlsh-
! ed anil 1,505 dlscon'.inu-jd. At the close
of the year the total number of post
offices ln the country was 75,000.
transports City of Sydney and Pathan.
The Forty-sixth will be closely follow
ed by the Forty-fifth, which will sail
Monday on the transports Senator and
WHN WHEATON LANDED
(Continued from first page.)
staff, led Coleman's and Elliott's com
panies of the Thirteenth and Shield's
company of the Twenty-third, who be
haved splendidly under their first fire,
NEW YORK, Nov. lO.-Dave Sulli
van and Joe Bernstein fought a 25
rourd draw tonight at the Broadway
mwinwr'is.iMHi ww "'"
A tlrM-claw ptuie tit mlf ruto miv
1whdi for Indit And private rtM
Open nil INIfflit...
108 Pourth,St oear. Washington
MISS MeRKA-Corner Tenth and
VV. B. Edwards
' . r.very vitiicty of Konuli uih!
lrccd Lumber, lhiorit,
NMnJowx, .MoiiUInK uitvl
ri UniniKOH SlabJUrk, Fir,
VV K)JU 1i.ii.Im. k.AMer.l't.leOiik
Olllee Scxenth Street ltek
(irnunsc, Health ('ruokerv.
Nut Kmst. Nutone.
Are a few o( the Health FikxIh sold by
IIKA1.TII FOOD Co. Portland. Or
Posinx a Specialty.
Dininji-room nml Kcstnurunt
J. t1. Wnmicr, lri.
r rlvatc Dioiag-ronniH lor Lidiei
NcjIs IV; I'p Opto tit Night.
170 THIKD STRHET.
-....Bet. Morri-ini tod Ijmhill I
N. V. Comer
Seventh ami Wasliinulon
4U Yamhill .fct-, Purtliind, Oregon.
At prices within tlie
reacb ot all. Call
and examine the new
IX! 1Kb Street. 1
Short liun J. Typewriting.
Semi for circulars.
b aeoeaaary to tuwtu. Stiidenti of Armstrong' Combined Tkaory and
Prsctka of Bookkorpltig" acquit tlili. Tbey Irin by wrltitii; up uuxlrl Mt
of bK)k preiared toClmttats the niemt of aceoiuil. Hoch lti In tlili woik
ta fully ex;Uluel by tli teacher. In diipuiliig of a complicated traiitaclioa
after tli il, tli.t student refers (0 an entry In this iinMcl rt fouuiutuK almllar con.
ilil; hi-, .nul atudira out the applicutinu liittiaelf the trm'lirr i eiii 1 1 v I 111 work
(1 done correctly, The ntudrut thus develop) Into a lelf relimit thinker luvratl
gate this new uietluxl of teat'lilng. II uiakct liookkerplii ey. Call, or writ.
Portland Business College
Fifth and Yamhill Sis. A. V. ArmMrunif, I VI 11.
Open all the year. Student may enter at any time, lluiinrss, Shorthand
and Rnulith drpartnteittv Private 01 vh$ injtnn tinn. Calalouue free.
W Plunrj Pudding, Roisins,
1 limn FiiArk mI
HUnr 1 1 till dllU Mince Meat, Currants,
Pi Coacnnnhlo finnrtc Pumokin Cranberries
VJVUJVIIUUIV uuuuj r
Citron Squash Etc.
; I Carry llic Ralston Health roods
Wheat Flakes, Crano,
Whole Wheat Crackers,
Breakfast Food. Select
Bran, Yeast Cocoa. KoMy
C. A. WHALE,
VlK)lenle and relnil dealer In
Kranich and Ilueb,
and many others.
Iti-IIMIH 1'nlun Avenue uud
:W:l Eiint Alder Street
MiulU and Co.
Miller, Ann Arbor
llenlley and others
Instruments Sold on Easy Terms,
M. C M AT I IIIH.I.. MamiKer. Head (illlee 142 State HL Salem.Ora.
Plays any Piano.
Can Play It.
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Wherever there is a I
Piano there should
be a Pianola.
We'll Show You The
Monday, Nov. 20, 99
Continue One Week.
Composer and Pianist
. . PIANOLA . .
"Any one hidden in ft room nenr by who will hoar tho Pianola for tho
first time will surely think that it is a great virtuoso that plays; but after a
while he will perceive his error, because your instrument never plays falso
notes." MAURICE MOSZKOWSKI.
Pianola, in Connection with Grand Piano, Price, $20.
M. B. WELLS, Sole Agent for Oregon.
Representing The Aeolian Co., (
The Largest Manufacturers of Musical Instruments in the World. 1
Portland Wareroom,33S f1orrloo 5t., Mrquam Bld'.
New York, 18 West 23rd Bt. Iudon, 225 Regent St
Parie, 32 Avenue d'L'Opa. '
Factories at Merlden, Cono., Worcciter, Mom., Detroit, Mieh.
a1 ii man I 1