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JliK MOHMHO ASWUIAH Tl'KSDAi. fiUVKMBl.lt 14, llf'J'J
It Will I'tty You
To look up the bvfalna I am offrr
ln in my orocikwy Muck. Evtry
thins; la Inoludad at iraatf diaoount
(runt regular prlcwa. KvaryUiIng In
plain and dourat4 war; the turn
out Xiiiatio t.rand, ttngiuh mak. It
will pay you to look H over.
CIIAH. LA It HON,
IS Commtrctal Htrt
They're Popular Now
lUvs you $n my aaaorUntnt of
tbony bruahMT They wrt pur-
chaMrt direct from Naw Yoik. and
art vary popular. Am constantly
rrrolvlnf naw foods. Coma and aao
0. W. BMITII.
Tha Laadlnf Jawtltr,
lit Commercial Blraat.
Who Diuk Your l.aunJr)
Wa claim, and wa wlU prova to
vary ont, that wa hava tha brat
and muMt up-to-daU laundry oa the
Coast. A trial ordor will oonvlnce
th moat particular. If you want
rural, prompt work, try tha
CITY BTKAM LAUNDRY,
(21 rranklln Avenue,
R. BCIIIMI'KEflMAN, Prop.
Our Hpcwlul llnritiilim
Wt hava turn brokan Unoa of tin
wara which wa will oloaa out at bar
tain prima, Wa ara alao making
special prlose on aoma bronan iinae
of csnnad frulta and relishes, pick-
is. labia dellcaolae and aau
Tbaa ara A No. I oods, and can
ba had at low prtoaa.
1088. II COINS at CO.
Tha IMII.V ASTOIlMN will l found
nu all In rurlUiiil al tha all-anu '
Unitary biiuaa of J. If i llamllay 4 C'u.. 4UI
Washington Riraat. Orilar for aiitar
llalng Iml with tills Miiu will racalva
r)l(TI.ANI. Nov, H.-Woitliliiirlon,
dniron mid Mulio ou-iuilMiml ruin.
Fxlru line I'liihrellax
And at bsttar than Portland price.
H a a fart. Thay ara tha ealnbratad
To mar-Cloara maka: nanaaome,
dunbla allk umbrellas. Don't maka
th mlataka of buying alwwhara.
Me Commercial Street
teller TIiiiii l.vcr
Tha Pond Street Flah Mark at I
better than avar praparad to aupply
fraeh and salt flah of all kinoa
Ooodi delivered to any part of tha
city and aattafaotlon guaranteed.
POND UTREKT FISH MARKET.
1T Bond Street.
I eVstre to further call tha atten
tion of tha lad Irs to my handsome
rock of trimmed ml Unary. It com
orlaaa tha lalaat ereelone of the
mltllnery art. and I am offering re
duced rs,tts for tha nw w aaya.
Dr. T. N. Hull
B7J Commercial Street,
Over BohlusseVi Clothing Store.
POVEY & BIRCHALL
Fiua work at Popular I'rlrrs.
327 Washington Htroef,
Next Imperial Hotel
Frank Wood, of Jewell, la In tho city.
Crawflah, cooked In wlna, at tha Na
Drink K. II. Cereal; Eat Nut butter
and Health Fooda and ba happy.
Mr Hold. Whldby, of irtUnd. spout
Humluy with III l In Astoria.
bossed Wall Taper ss low aa 10 oenta
per roll; Imported English, 7Vi oenU.
Mr. Charlca llart.Mua, of Young
rlvi-r moi doing hualuttw l the t-lty
Fno. with each pcake of II. 0.
Muah, 1 package of II. 0. Pancake
Flour, at A. V. Allen's.
Yratrilay Karlt Hamjarvl and K.
Klvciieui resent U I Itumlun ami
brramo full-lMirwl fnllwl Hlutcs cltl
gens. A. It Cyrua haa moved bla Real Ea
lata and Inaurauoa odloa to 431 Com-
airect, oppoalta tha Aatortan
Monk Kxatlug'a i1if, la no more. II
'ialn C'oplwid, f flolK la r;l-t-rl
at the I'arkr tunum. '
The thumb r of corr.fncroe tnrt lut
night anil trtmlatl rutln bualtxa.
Wllllnni Oorman, th Hlolln, lumb-r-
imin. la In the city rlf1atTvd ut he
If. H. Lvfiiun will lve today for
Hrattli- and Hkam) where h will
tnike a 10 daya vlalt.
The two oUl tlm faLlall rlvl, Aa
tori an1 IIwowj, may play a gnme
rx-xt Aunday, that bHng the only duy
whn th llw4co Ixrya can U-ave work.
It will dubl lea b a emujihlng good
Mr. It. I- Webber hua miulo arrange
inenta to give Inatruinvntal mualc !
an In Aatorla Buturduy afurnom
and evi-nlnge. Any wlahlng to migage
hla rvliif -un arrange for houra at
Orimn At Itaed'a.
T. K. Jonxe atul family, of Mulhall,
Illlnol. accompttiiled by II. V. Jm,
arrived In tin- city hurt evwtlng and
r'Kltrd at thf Iu.rkT hou. Th-y
will go to I'ugi-t wound wrwre In the fu
tnr thy will ival'K
Th rt-arvnd m-ut aal for "A
Ionance of t'o Hullow" oH-na at
(irltlin & li.-.Nl'a thla morning at
o'flix-k. The coniny cotne direct
from the Murqunin Grand1 where th-y
pi-.(.-il bint evening to a crowded
Hr c.rdwixMl at 13.25 por conl long
and IJ.M per conl aawvi and (b-llvered
will b the price at tho Aatmia Wood
Yard aftr Monday. Novwnbrr 13. Ouk.
Ah, Kprute llmba Mm maple, Hem-
wai U-lii-adml on Hurulay by a piuwlng, i,M.ki hIIwok1 and Blub lurk ulno, at
I rnlit and alnco that tliix hua cnuiil to
MiH llcnrli'tta Meyrr, of I'ortlund,
hni bnn vlnltlng In Aatorla aiul vlcln-i
Hy for tho pant 'vx-k aiul will return
The Degree of Honor held lla regular i
r;'-llng limt night at llumhorn'a hull
at which eevivi ca.tdldx.tea were Initi
ated to m-mberahlp. After all the bunl
neim waa tranaaotel refreahmenta were
Secretary of atate, Frank I. Dunbar,
ui In tha cllv veaterduv. He riime
I,, ll..n,l lha flllinral ,.t I li.. IaI Ilr ! blp.
A. U Fulton.
I aerved and the mnbtn pal the
moat of the evening In happy fellow-
At the meeting of the Huriday achool
board of thu M. K. church loat evening
Mr. Hamuel Kimono waa elected aujier
Intondent ar1 Mlaa Carrie Urarth or
gunlkt. It haa bmi decided that In the
futute the hour fir Hunday aj'hool aerv
Ice be changed frotn the noon hour Ut
10 a. m Immediately Ix fore the chun h
The ex-volunfeni of the 2nd Oregon
Regiment organized I'-Ttlond Utat
night. Heveral hundred meinlwra were
present. Th 0J';t of the organlza
tlon ia not u aecure Denalon or "work
polltlri,"but to h-lp eath other, look
after the wick, aid th monument fund
and arrange for nullably receiving
the bodlea trf the boya who died In the
Whll tho local footliall team la of
courae rather aorry tha thiry were da-
feat'-d In their bite game with th
Portland high chl, the player arc
not at all dlaoourug-wl aa to the future
nroaoecta. It I" the Intention of the
team to g't In and huatle and even
tual make the fur fly. Thla defeat,
like many recorJfd In blatory, might
In the end orjve more vaJuuble than
The holler of the Hfc-nthou t-ndcr
Columbine waa yesterday discovered to
be In a leaking condition and meant waa
at once blown off preparatory for the
repair that will lake ploc. Thla will
neceealtate a delay of the trip the reaaul
waa alK'Ut to take u the Cooa bay
courtry. The delay will be brief how
ever, a the Injury n alight. Supertn
erHlnt Freeman will accompuny the
Veaaet on her aouthern cmlae.
Thre waa a ahootina accident on
Hhonlwat-r bay Baturduy which will
Miibahly reault In Eurl llowarton, of
Ilwnco, lowing the alght of hi right
eye. The Injured boy and hla friend,
Jewle IJulloik. w m hunting whan the
gun In young Bullocks hands was dis
charged, a shot piercing Howarton's
eye. He was brought over from Ilwaco
Sunduy and will be taken to Portland
where everything possible wlU be done
for his relief.
Yesterday's Oreg mlan has a cut of
1iin. TIarnaa V.rtmt wV.UW' Vial Vnil ( Oman, g YOUIlg IMV Ot
Harper every botUa guaranteed Har-j Portland, and an accompanying sketch
' of her Uterarv work, fine nas Decn con-
per. 8otd by Ford A Blokaa Company,!
Roslyn coal la La longer, la cleaner
and make less troublt with stove and
chimney flues than any other. Oeorga
W. Sanborn, Agont Telephone 1J1L
trlbutlng to Frank Munaey's publica
tion the Quaker, and w ill aoon aaaume
the duties of aaaoclute editor ot tha'.
Urttcra addressed a follows remain
uncalled for at the Astoria poatofflee:
Mrs. F. Heel, Mis May ColUns, J.
nomlcaJ coal for household use in As- Folks. Mrs. Hlrch Field. Mrs. Larsen,
Huah Murray. Mrs. Anna
Jack Noody. H. C. Swart i.
Wet. Rev. O. W. White,
Roslyn coal I tha beat and moat eoc-
torlx Try k once and you will have' Carl Maskon. F. E. McCauley,
no other. Oeorga W, Sanborn, Agent, Morton.
Telephone 1 311.
Take steamer Bailey Qatiert of
White Collir line for Portland and way
points. Fare, 15 cents; room, 71 oenta;
upper or lower berth, SO oenta; section
berth, IS cents.
All Astorlana who visit Portland and
desire spending a pleasant evening In
company with polite people and In the
enjoyment of an unexoelled musical
program, should go to the Fredericks-
Work Is programing rapidly on the burg. Besides vocal and Instrumental
w wharf at the foot of Sixth street. 1 selections there ,?L?eT
The old pile have all ben sawed off . manaKemont Ui making the Frcder
leavlng only the part under water on jcksburg a well -merited sucoesa.
which to erect the new timbers. BROWN & GRANT, Props, i
Misled by the name, and by the fact
that It la a Southern play, an Impres-
i slon prevails that "A Romance of Coon
Hollow," which appears at Fisher's
opera house tomorrow evening. Is a
negro shew. This Is a great mistake,
as the entire cost la composed of well-
known white artlntu of standing, and
the colored buck dancers and Jubllve
singers are simply Introduced In their
plantation scene to Illustrate negro
life In the South, but have no relation
to the story of the drama. The latter
Is a pretty Southern love story, natural
and pastoral in Its treatment, and what
the New York Herald styled "A South
ern Old HomesteaJ." Splendid scenic
environments, novel electrical effects,
laughable Incidents, and specialties ap
propriate to the comedy, embellish as
sincere a heart story aa Is to be aeen
on the utage today. Seat sale opens
this morning at Grlffln & Reed's.
ws suffering from two wound In the
head which were blwllng profusly and
were evidently caused by some sharp
Petle wa Intoxicated at the time and
his story was somewhat disjointed, but
aa n'-ar a could lw ascertained he
claimed that he was attacked by a
highwayman In the neighborhood of
O'Brien' hotel and robbed of his mon
ey. It l known that two hours prev-
loiis he had money In his poeneaabm.
The wounded man was taken to a
physician for treatment and the police
are looking up the case.
Astoria will win the Thanv"gtving
foitball game. Such is the opinion of
the Afltorian'a crank. But our tys
will not have a chance -to go to sleep
on the field for the Indians will give
them a stubWn contest.
The result of the game at Portland
Saturday In which Multomah de
feated the State University of Eugene
was not unexpected, but rt will rather
dim the presMge of the dudes when
they meet the Beryely players at San
Willamette University, Balem, did a
surprise turn In defeating the Pacific
University, Forest Grove. It woe gen
erally supposed that the Congregation
allms had much the better team, but
the Methodists shut them out. The
y ik A VV A e m A A A A i r" A
:j Fisher's Opera House
' t ,rlir. Iruff ad al'anr. '
I V'tilstidiv lid Thursday, Xov. 15-16 V
V'tdsfidiv aid Thirsday, Nov. 15-16
A Romance of
Ho Idyl ot the
The TorpcJo Sensation,
The Big steamboat Kace
The CotU)U Pri Usely
TVTOW linvo an t'ual tiiortunity with tho citizens of Portland to !ft
x mnke their selections of Clothing from our Immense nnd well
All the latest Novelties from the best manufacturers in Ameri
ca can be found on our shelves.
We are making Special Efforta on
Overcoats and Suits
Same as aro sold elsewhere at $20 and over.
When visitluu Portland yon are Invited to call and inspect our stock.
Y-u will not be urged to buy.
Monoy olieorfu .y refunded if goods are not satisfactory.
. MOYER CLOTHING CO.,
Tho Popular Price Clothiers.
BEN SELLING, Manager. 3rd and Oak Streets, Portlard
The Prosialve As9ooiatlon met In
regulat session last evening with Vlce
Preeident F. L. Parker In the chair.
After the tvadliig of the Journal of the
previous meeting a communication was
rad from the TrJscott Packing Com
pany. As fish are shipped in larger
(inaiititlt's fr.wii Astoria than from
Porttajid, tha Push club some time ago
I reiiu'sted the company to paint "from
! Astoria" an well as "from Portland"
j on their cars. The communication
read last night stated that the cars
I were now all In active rperalion and It
wot'ld be Imp-wslble at the present time
to take them out of service and repaint
them which It would be necessary to do
In order to Incorporate the words with
those already existing on them. The
letter stated however, that the company
wattld follow out the wishes of the as
sociation as soon as practicable. The
congressional delegation will be com
municated with In regard to the pro
posed drydoek and t W. Fulton, W. W.
GosRlln and John Fox were appointed
as a committee to further the project.
W. L. Robb gave an Interesting account
of the trip to the hatchery. R. M.
Warden spoke in favor of the S-roads
The Funeral of Dr. A. L. Fulton Yesterday.
Flags flew at half mast In Astoria
yesterday a mute tribute to the mem
ory of a private citizen whose life com
manded universal reepect and whose
denth caused general and poignant
The funeral services of the late Am
brose I Fulton were held at the family
residence and were attended by a large
number of pivmlnetit Astorlans, be
sides the members of Qulnlln Lodge
No. 180, B, P. 0. E., who were In full
Rev. H. Marootlte, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church conduated the ser
vices which were simple and earnest.
A special train bore the funeral pro
cession to Ocean View cemetery, and
aftor a brief service at the grave, the
body wag laid tit Its last resting place.
The following gentlemen aoted as pall
bearers: F. I. Dunbar, H. G. Van
Dusen, E. A. Taylor, F. L. Parker,
George H. George. Vf. T. Chutter, P.
A. Stokes, H. F. Prael, E. C. Hughes,
W. L. Robb, O. W. Sanborn, Martin
long end woo In the Bute Agricultural
elllege vs. Albany college game, the
former winning by a score of J5 to 0.
The O. A. C. plays Willamette Uni
versity rext Saturday and the winner
plays the Stale University Thanks
giving day. As the farmers defeated
the Methodists handily In a practice
game, th'-y will probably win Saturday
and contest with the dudes for the
Corvallls and Eugene are rivals
"from way bark" and th farmers are
certain to play with alt the atrvngth,
skill and ard ar they can muster. Eu
gwne wears an air -t assured superior
ity and If the O. A. C. carrlea away the
pennant the dude will hardly recover
froro the blo-.v.
AN IMPORTANT DIFTEKENCE.
To make it apparent to thousands,
who think themselves 111 tha they are
not ainirted with any disease, but that
the system simply needs cleansing, la
to bring comfort home to their hearts,
as a costive condition la easily cured by
using Syrup of Figs. ManoXactered by
the California Fig Syrup Co. only, and
sold by all druggists.
The recent peace conference bringa
the power of tha Csar of Russia forci
bly to mind. Hla subjects look to htm
for food, shelter, raiment, even life K
self. In no country Is a monarch'g
power mors absolute. But far-reaching
aa Its Influence It It cannot be com
pared to that which the human stomach
has over the morals and health of tha
average mortal. Hoetetter'a Btomaoh
Bitters cures constipation, dyspepsia,
biliousness, nervousness) and all dis
eases arising from an Inactive Urer or
weak kidneys. Try it If you hava
stomach trouble of any sort, and see
for yourself. It will bring ya back to
health and happiness. It will mak you
strong by making your stomach strocf.
A private Revenue Stamp should cover
the neck of the bottle.
uvtAATiAuvriuuuiAiiuxAAiAAj iiuriuoriAAuvuvru njniwinjiB
With every Suit, even if the Suit costs no more than
(We have good Suits for this price)
Lottery Every One Treated Alike.
Boyi also get a Hat with Suit, and we have good
Units upwards from
You bny the Suit, we give the Hat The better the Suit the better
the bat. o toy being given away, but something useful. Having low
rent we can do tbia.
WELCH'S CLOTHING STORE
Dealer ia Mea's aid Boys' Clothiag aid ririiibiig Goods, and Bet's Boys',
Ladies' ssd Cbildres'i Shots.
225 Jlornsot Street jj
LSTRICTLT AX a.lCKlCAX CLOTHING STOKE Betatta Tint sad Soeoid 5
TtllKSDU NIGHT Complete
A Delightful Comedy Drama
Sinners, Boeh and Winn
Dam-era, Comedians, etc.
PRICES Reserved Seats, 75c;
Gallery, 50o; Seat sale opens
Tuesday morning at Griffin &
t f v ? f v w A
T w mm "
and Scenery Artist
ALSO DEALER IN
Latest Designs '2. Wall Papers
J27 First Street. Portland
WATSON" BROS., Pnipr'.
We Rent New Typewrltersiv
Many New Improvements Added SEE OUR LATEST
Smith Premier Typewriter
N NEW ART CATALOG CiS FREE
L. &M. LEXAXDER 4 CO., Phorte Main 574
. ". iv Pm-irt.- Cow-i Dealers. 245 Stark St. Portland
Cnudiietrd on th rhepk system, there-
fore pairoiis py lor what llijr order
uid no more.
Wt Claim the larirfst, Chfawsl, BmI
and Quickest Strv.r ii tae lurthwfst.
lOvtudlll Fourth St.
Open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. PORTLAND
,E. R. riTTtLa.lt,
Where the rinest Candies is the State
are Prepared and Alaays is Stock
543 COMMERCIAL ST..
Private howt kt Ladies.
tun St , uenr 5th
STABBED AND ROBBED.
A Trapman From Chinook Assaulted
ana Held Up Last Night.
Last night about midnight Joe Petle.
a trapman of Chinook, entered the
Sunnyslde saloon and announced that
he had been assaulted and robbed. He
I. D. Beyer,
t77 Fourth St., PORTLiSn
v r n a Ttnii.i',
. A.M. v. M
Of Every Description Made to Order. Largs Line of Stock
Books for 1900, Attractive Prices.
loose Leaf Ledgers and Transfer Cases.
Order blanks Holders and Binders,
Commercial Printing it all branches.
mmr Establishment In tha TVeat.
THE IRWIN-HODSON CO.
First and Salmon Sts., Portland.
S AND NIGHT...
Third Street, Fortland, Ingn
DO YOU BATHE?
The Best Cup of Coflee
or uocoa m tne city. ft
Cream and Milk )
from our own ranch
g Home made Pica and cakes. 0
Because at onr bouse we have neither bathtub,
nor hot water Luiiiiy. ...
Then go to the Russian Baths at 217 Astor 8t
25 cents is the price. Private apartments (or
ladies. Only the better class ot patronage Is
catered to. Try one and you will come regularly.