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TIIK HUUMSU AHWRUN, KKIlil, NoVEllDt.'i t rim.
Remarkable Values .....j.i
Tlio Nluflii to wear nnd llcaor in varied Array.
Odds and ends to 1o sure, but all wjv dud. 'ftltf active an to
Special Sale Tills
THE MORNING ASTORIAN
Alt contract! for nJvertiaing In
th Aatoi Uu mm iiiuJj un tt uar.
nt of clrculntloH four tUnm
Urgor than tlmt of miy ruper
publUheJ or circulated In Clut
1K)HTLAN!. Nov. I.-Orc.. Wanh
limtun and Idaho, iK'ittJiluiMtl rain to
lay. AROUND TOWN.
paiulgrr' unlimlinK tale l now on.
IVrry DdukIum. of 8tlla, I In tb
Mn. J. M. Allen wa up from Bit
Wllllnm A. Thitiitun, of Urookfleld.
t at th OccldoM.
Jr. I'.rairlvr wa over from Fort
William Ilallla. of I'orlland, wai In
lbs vliy yraU-nlay.
Hrnntor Mriflnr wa down from
Mm. E J. Kurd, of NVw Amorla. waa
In the city ycatrrday.
Milnma C. Winii waa tn town from
UU bananaa today M ernta a dm n
at Hose, llimlna Co.
C. W. Tower, of Portland, la re
latrrtd at tn Occident.
Wanird. Two good lady Ironera;
Columbia Btciun Laundry.
liar report; Wind, aouthraat; fog
gy toil rain; bar. rough.
Jurtae Charlfg II. Carry waa down
from Portland ycairrday.
Airl Anderaon. of Chinook, la reg-litcn-d
at tha Aatnr Houm.
Bat IS-cent maal. Rlalnt riun Rat
tauraut, JJ Commercial street.
Tha aupplloa and equipment of tho
ftmwnd dlvlalim of tha Orrrm Naval
Itoarrvra waa ahlppd to Portland yea
tcrday. BEST 15-CKNT MEAL; RIMNO
THIRTY DAYS ONLY, NOY. I TO NOV. 30
25 PERCENT OFF
On all Men's, Boys' and Children's Suite, Overcoats
20 PER CENt OFF
On Gents' Furnishing 1 Goods, Hats, Shoes, Trunks
Men's Suits, former price $15 00 now $11 25
Men's Suits, former crlce 12 00 now 9 00
Men's Suits, former price 10 50 now
Men's Suits, former price ' 8 00 now
Men's Overcoats, formerly 11 00 now
Men's Overcoats, formerly 10 00 now
Men's Overcoats, formerly 18 00 now 13 50
Boys' Suits, former price 12 oo now 9 oo
Boys' Suits former price 7 oo now 2 25
Children's Suits, with extra pants $4 now 3 oo
A BONA FIDE REDUCTION
In every article in the house with tho exception of Earl &
Wilson Collurs and Cuffs, Rubber and Oil
Clothing and Denim Goods.
Seventh crJ Center cLl Streets.
m - XuW.
Charlca Callwidnr wu over from
Knatpl"n on buMlneia yeat'trday.
JcfTa raataurant tha largest and
beat A trial will convlnoa you.
H. C. I'rofbatrt. of Din rlvrr. waa
In th rliy lcrdy on bualnt.
It Pair of alorl-rlmiHl rya-gluiw,
lit turn to Oftn claar aiora and tlvc
R. Carnell and C. PtU ra, of Fkamo
awa. er rrgiairrd at lh Parker
Miu-Uliitiwh wrathrr, and IftintlKrr 1
liing thiin at !3 ixr cnt off rular
Hon. IitnJ. Young reWrnad on thn
noon train et-r(1ay from a trip to
K. 1C. Wtllla.tia, a commlaalnn nx-r-ohant
of One-on City, waa In th ell y
T. B. Tnwnnfml. of th While Clovnr
nvamrry. waa in tha city on bualmaa
TW IirlllHh ahlp DiUalrnle li ft down
ymlrrilny muriilna" In lw of lh iti-mn-r
Mln Mary Amundaon, of Oray'a rlv--t.
la In th" city, tha Jtucat of Minn
All klnda of allvrr and rld plattnc
dona on abort not lea. by A. Ilirvaia,
Kl Commercial atraat.
rrl.Uva will Im aiwtul dnv for lndla
I th OtcloVnt liurtwr Hhop Huiha.
ICvorylhlna" n-at ana cin .
V..m TlirM nioilll furnllis1 for
houi-kfiltK. on rrmmd floor, M Kx
chan( atrtwt, cor. Minn.
AnAmw 8. ljinnlna a natlva of Nor
way, waa admlttml to cltlaenahtp tn
ilu county court ywitcrday,
Tl,. m.n A,r wuuii knd trout
,1 VnainlBv i ho former until not
July and the latter until April.
Th. liriiuH ahln Morrrn. from Ara-
nulfa f'r thia port, waa aixikn K tobT
W. in lat. 17.S1 N, Ion. 1B.I W.
n.... Whl.b llirntr Psrffct Wh la-
key Harper. Kvary botlla auarantead
Haxner. FOia CT roara oioc v.
IUm ara reclvlnR
aaauranca .ry day from tha different
prw-lnrta in Uta county tnai n u.
will va a lanta majority for MoKln
. niitlva of Auatrla:
CmMantlna Oeorar. of Oiw'. and J'e
. ,i ...... n .i e,r Greece. wra
vranted full clllaenahlp paper in tha
circuit court yeaieraar nirnwwi.
Dr. Hhana, who ha a baan practicing
mifllrlna In Aatorla for fw tnnntha,
haa cl'wd hla olllca and hoa removed
During thrahnoa tit Dr. Jay Tutlla
from tha city Dr. J. A. Fulton will act
aa aurgxon for tha U. R. marina hoapl
Cream Purt ya. imanra'a flnaat
whiKkv. Th- or.lv nura good; guar
anteed rlb and mellow. JOHN L,
CAItLBON. Sola Agant.
Itoalyn coal luata brute, la cluaner
anil tnakea Un (roublo with atovea and
chimney llu than any other. George
W. Hanborn, agent. Tch-phona 1311,
Tha funeral of tha lata Captain
Jumea Tiukleberry t'xik plai-e at Ore
gon City Vt(lnewlay. DrtmtMd waa a
wall-known niuater of river atmnmra.
Henry W. F. Cook. nutlva of Kng
land. deilnred hla Intention of becom
ing a cltlien In tha elnrk'a oftlc yea
tcrday and waa grantd Oral papera.
Aatorla vlaltora to Portland can ob
tain coplea of tha Dally Aitorlan at
tha ncwa atanda of 11. R itich. Fifth
and Morrlaon atrcaU and Hotel Port
land. Friday avenlng th nx-mbera of tho
Cuiu.-n-gmUonaJ church will give a r-
entlun to Mr. and Mra. Dell, at lh
homa of Mra. Htevena. Franklin av-.
nue. All frienda ara cordially Invited.
Hon. H. F. Mulkey and Hon. M. W.
' iiMw.-ll will addrcaa tha vou-ra at
Warrenton on the iMuea of thn cam
paign. Hoth are ardent ltpubllcane
and a large crowd will be preacnt at
Hevernl returned iironiiwtora from
f'M Nome bring newa of IIm app tint
meiit of John Mdltnn, a Portland-r,
a t'nllitl Htate dlnlrlct attorney for
that dimrlct. under Judge Noy-n, at a
aUry of l-WKi a year.
l'irtland nmnufa-tuivra aro ront-m-otatlng
the ciiiNlrui'tlm and enMbllHh-mi-nt
of a largw rli mill at Victoria
and are in iHmmunlcallon with the
rmimll of that city with a view to
Ki lling a location there.
Captain and Mra. F. A. Perry, of the
barkentlne Aragi at Knappton were In
Ihe city yealcrilay. to atlend the fun
eral of the aallor tnatamlne Peten
kln. whlh tMik plune from Pohl'a
uiiilert.iklng parlora ycatrrday morning.
The (Jreat Northern haa completed
lla (ilana for a inagiilrlrmt new d-Mit
of brick and marblv U be erected at
MHikarw. Accimllng to the enthualaa
ili: d.-acrlptloiia In th Bpukane (apera.
thore will be none finer weet of Chi
The work of replanklng Franklin
avenue from the OlaUop mllla to the
car barna waa begun by Contractor
Nornut. yeaterday. The Improve
ment will be continued d-aplto the wet
the meeting, which will be held on
It la reported that during the rmat
week notice have been potted by gov
ernment oltlclala at the Miller aanda
and aeveral othet aelnlng grounda tn
the river, directing that all piling driv
en on the aanda muat be removed
within thirty daya.
Tha barkentlne Arago, which ha
been loading lumber at KnappUm.
cleared at tha cuatom houae yeatertlay
for Fremantle. Weatern Auatralla. with
UJ.4M feet of lumber, valued at
for thatiri. Captain F. A. Perry la
maater of tha Arago.
The Oermun ahlp Altalr and the Brit-
lh ahlp County of Kdlnburg, both with
cargoes of grain for Europe, are on
their way down the river ajid .are re
ported to have met with aome accident
above ltrookfleld that win delay their
coming for a day or ao.
On Monday evening th closing meet
ing of the prenent campaign will be ad
dreaaed by Him. Thom&g H. Tongue,
who la ably fitted to dlacuna the aitua
tlon. The ltepubllcan headquarters will
be heated and a rousing time will b
fl A Tinell u'lll a(ti)rtaa tha
votera of Aatorla at tha headquartera
of the ltepubllcan club tomorrow night
lf u-lll Im. arrnmrkHTlleft bv C A liell.
a private in the Second Oregon, who
will tnrow aome ugrti on me rmnp
plne qucatlon. A large and enthusiastic
meeting la expected.
Paul F. Mohr haa returned to The
Dalle from Spokane where he had
been looking after the lntereta of the
portage road. He says nothing can be
dona until after the election to ad
just the affalra of the C. N. & C. Co..
but he hopea soon after the election
mattera will be settled.
A marriage license waa Issued from
tha county clerk's office yesterday to
John William Buomela and Miss Math
ilda Harju. both of Clatsop county.
Per. A. Johnson and Christine L.
Llndbcrg. both of Clateop county, were
granted a marriage lloenaa by tha
county dork yeaterday.
Superintendent Coolldge, of tha Aa
torla Street Hallway Company, will
place a new car In service very soon
and la making plana for many new
Improvementa for the convenience of
patrons of tho road which will be car
ried through If the proper support of
the road la forthcoming.
rlv,la Phlllntift who. itluannearpd
from this place Friday, turned up all
ok. He was seen In Goble on Mon
day evening and atatea that he lc-ft here
l n a ii'B - frnm hla tvlf U'htk fliltrvw
od him here trotn Portland. He also
said that he ma not inwna returning
to Astoria, put wouia proDaoiy go to
We call attention to the ad. In an
other column of 8. Danalger, whose
store hna become overstocked on ac
count of the failure to get exp?cted
Additional space. He is making big
discounts on the various lines of men's
and boys' clothing and all Intending
purchasers should take a look at his
A farewell dance waa given In honor
of Miss Margery Halstead at Flsher'a
hall last evening. Mlra liaistead leaves
today for Portland, from which placo
she goej to California for th winter.
Aside from the areneral regret expross-
ed at Mlsa Halstead's depurture the af
fair waa a moat delightful one. une
music waa excellent, and despite the
inclement weather the occasion was al
together very pleasant.
TiAirltltratlrtn ' hlAnka haVA han fur
nished thus far to nearly one hundred
tha mimViro. will HmihtliM be
increased to 250 before next Tuesday,
wnen tne trouble occur, ine ioii
vote of the county will be about 2450,
It la thiiicrVit t mnra than fiOO !fM
than' 'that -of ls." The falling off la
due to tna registration law. iiemo
orts concede McKtniey 250 plurality,
while the Republican claim 600.
August Mlllor left last evening for
Kaunas City, where ha got-a to tuit
a situation as travollng representative
of the HUmmm Computing Hcale Com
pany, of Detroit, lie haa the state of
Missouri aa territory, ii will b ac
companied aa far aa Portland by hi
wife, who will visit her parent In that
city for a couple of weeks before Join
ing her hiiaband In his headquarters
at Karwae City. Mr, Miller's position
aa night operator In the Western Cn
lon oillce in this city haa been taken
by J. W, Uentley. of Walla Walla.
The aleamer floor Cider arriv
ed in from San Francisco yesterday af
ternoon. Hh had a very fair passage
with no hvy galea, although there
waa considerable awell running from
the recent storm. Th bar was a bit
rough, but she came In without diffi
culty. The KI'Ut waa due In early
yesterday morning but failed to keep
up with her schedule. Hhe carried quite
a cotmmeraiiie amount or ireigm ana
some of her cargo ahlfted In the heavy
awell and gave her quite a list to "lar
board. Her passenger list waa rather
On Wednesday afternoon the porter
at the louvre had a narrow escape
from death. He had stepped Into the
Ice-roorn to get some loe when one of
Ihe employes of the house, seeing the
door open, pushed it shut, not knowing
that the porter waa Inside. The walls
are very thick and deadened the noise
he made to attract the attention out
side. After he had been In there for
nearly three hours the door waa open
ed and the porter found to be chilled
through and If he had been left there
much longer the effect might have been
The city of Portland la having a
monkey and parrot time, all becauxe
of the questionable acts of Assessor
Oreenhaf who. In order to beat the
other ctuntle of thla atate, reduced
the assessed valuation of Multnomah
county for the year 1199 neaii!2.00O,O0O,
which at 63 mills state tax amounts
to IT5.61, that the other countleo have
had to pay. Thla disreputable work
could not have been consumaled but
for the strenuous efforts and trades
made by the Multnomah delegation to
repeal the act creating the slate board
of equalisation at the special session
of the legislature In M.
A number fit the settlers beyond the
Olney school house are at last waking
up to the Importance of having the
rood run by their housi. not liking
the idea of being left off of th main
road a mile or ao. The grade along
the middle fork of the t.'lask'anln that
was viewed out by a number of the
Nuhalem rancher lost year is thought
to be the one moat suitable for the
present road aa It saves about 1200 feet
of elevation, but It la understood that
a number of the people living each side
of that line are using their Influence to
bring the road their w-ay, If possible.
A circular letter haa been Issued by
State Superintendent of Schools Acker
man to the different county superin
tendents In the atate In which he states
that the latter otliclals. in the admin
istration of their officea, have probably
noted some serious defects in the Ore
gon school law, and have in mind reme
dies for the same. He requests the
county superintendents to aend to him
at their earliest convenience a state
ment of the defect they have observed
and the remedies which they would
recommend. Superintendent Ackerman
further states that thla Information
will be helpful to hla department. In
that it will enable him to secure the
Judgment of those who are in close
touch with oil the school forces of the
LARGEST ARMOR PLATE.
What la probably the largest single
armor plate la to be used In the con
struction of the battle Wisconsin. The
plate will become the port plate of a
turret on the vessel, and la being cut
at an angle Instead of being the are of
a circle, the Idea being to better deflect
a shot. What the armor plate la to a
battleship, Hoatetter'fl Stomach Bitters
Is to the stomach. It resists the at
tacks of constipation. Indigestion, dys
pepsia, biliousness, and prevents ma
laria, fever and ague. It will restore
a weak stomach to normal condition.
Any one troubled with the above ail
ments will do well to try the Bitters
at once. For fifty years It haa stood
alone while Its many imitators bars
A special cable to the Portland Flour
ing Mills Company this morning, an
nounced that the German steamship
Eva, from Portland to Hong Kong and
Vladlvostock. had been lost at sea. No
particulars were given.
The Eva waa loaded by the Portland
Flouring Mills Company, and had on
board 52,000 barrels of flour. She clear
ed from thla port October 1st. and sail
ed from Aatorla a week later. It la the
general opinion among shipping men
that she haa gone ashore on the Japa
nese coast, and that ahe will prove,
a total loss. Her cargo was valued
at I146.SOO. Whether her crew was
saved la not known yet The Infor
mation probably reached London by
way of Hong Kong,
The Eva waa comparatively a new
vessel, having been built In 1S99 at
Glasgow, by W. Hamilton. She was
formerly the Waddon. and registered
3229 tons gross and 2088 tons net. Her
home port was Hamburg, and she was
owned by M. Jebson & Co. The di
mensions of the Eva were as follows:
length, S30.8 feet; Beam, 45.5 fet;
depth of hold. 16.2 feet. She was an
Immense carrier for her tonnage, and
was rated as one of the best vessels
that was plying on the Pacific.
Z, Given . 11 11
Coda, Daklng Powder
(iood Tlnm and Place to nay
Come Juit to See
Great Affiericafl lmportliig Tea Co.
"571 Commercial Street. Astoria, Or.
The Adjourned Session Convened Ti
The adjourned session of circuit court
convened yeaterday afternoon at 1:80
with Judge Mcbrtde on the bench. The
sesnlon wa taken up with equity cose
and the admission of several cltlien.
Formal order were handed down In the
several cases that came before the court
L. F, Ammundson va. George Hlllt
al order for confirmation of sale.
W. L. Enyart et al v. Columbia
Hlver Packer Association Settled and
Fquitable Saving A Loan Associa
tion vs. Jame T. Bullock, default and
Clara C. Munson va. J. M. Gillette et
E. E. Leasy vs. Paul Hansel set
tled and dismissed.
Columbia River Packer Association
va. W, L. Enyart and Frank Cook
decree for the defendants by stipula
tion. Susan II. Henderson vs. Clara C. '
Munson ex et al demurrer overruled '
by consent of both parties and plaintiff
allowed to file amended complaint and
defendant ai:2"d ten day lr. which to
At 4 o'clock p. tn. court was ad
journed till 9:20 o'clock this morning.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Notice Is hereby given of the follow
ing charge In the aida to navigation
'In this district, which anct the List
of Lights and Fog-Signals, Pacific
Swan Island Bar Lower Ught, Wil
lamette river, page 20. No. 129, (List of
Beacons and Buoys, Pacific Coast. 1900.
page CO.) This three-pile beacon, from
which a fixed white light is shown on
the lower end of Sand Island Bar. Wll-
jlamette river, Oregon, that waa carried
away on tne zist of ucioDer, l'jou, and
the light extinguished, has been re
placed and tic' light re-established.
The following affects the List of Bea
cons and Buoys, Pacific Coast, 1900,
Willamette River, Channel to Port
land; Postoffici Bar Buoy, No. 4, a red,
first-class spar. I reported dragged
from its position on Postofdce Bar, (up
per), and will be replaced a early as
By order of the Light-House Board.
A POLITICAL TARN.
A good, political yarn Is being told
by a man about town as ooming from
a friend. The truth of the story can
not be vouched for. but Is too gocd to
be lost. 4
A Democratic brother was praying in
a church prayer meeting and, at the
conclusion he said. In all seriousness.
"We pray Thee that the Democrats
may hang together."
' The opportunity was too good to be
lest and a Republican elder shouted,
The Democrat gasped, but regained
himself and continued, "but not in the
sense that our Republican brother
means but in the spirit of accord and
"Any cord will do, Lord, any cord
will do," was the answer.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
P. C. Warren to Mra. Emma Miller,
of Walla Walla lot 12, block 26, First
Extension to East Warrenton; 1200.
J. R. Gilatrap, trustee, to Mrs. Emma
Miller lot 15. block 16, Bay View An
nex to Astoria; 1150.
Howard H. Case to John T. Dubois
160 acres In section 35, T 5 N. R
James E. Van Buren et al to Ralph
F. Jaskson, 160 acres In sections 17 and
20, T 5 N. R W; 2100.
Votera who have not registered or
who have moved to this county from
other sections of the state, may be reg
iatered at the office of W. L. Robb, on
Eleventh ' street ' between Commercial
and Bond streets, prior to November 5
at 5 o'clock p. m.
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
8:00am.Portland Union Depotlll:10 a.m.
6:55 p.m.iror Astoria and lnter-l :io p.m.
mediate points. j
7.46 a.m.For Portland A ro-U:Ma.m.
6 :10 p.m.ftermadlate points 10:30 p.m.
llttf a. m.
6:15 a. m.
2:80 p. in.
7:45 a m
4:00 p. in
7 ;00 p. m
All trains make close connections at
Goble with all Northern Pacific train
to and from the East or Sound points,
J. C. MAYO.
Gen'l Fr't and Pass. Agent
H.F.Prael Transfer Co
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All Good. Shipped to Our Care
Will Receive Special Attention.
No. IM Duane St.
W. J. COOK. KIT
Res. Tel. UU.
DR. F. VAUGHAN.
Room 1, Knlghf Building.
Over Cooper's Store.
WHAT DO YOU THINK?
Do you think at all ?
It p-iva tn fhlntV
BenjaminFranklin used his thinker
and invented the printing press.
Edison makes use of his thinker
and makes fortunes.
Everybody can make money
If they'll only think.
THINK OF OUR
Think how much money you
can save on Clothing, Hats and
Furnishings and you too will
make money; at least you will
savo money and that is the
AND PEOPLE WHO ARE HOT FARMERS
Wenre Sole Agents for "RUSHFORD WAGONS." W
guarantee that they have no oqual for easy runningtrcngth
and durability, and our prices are right
Fisher Bros., Agts.,
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR, FEED, PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
Farmers and Loggers.
A V ALrfLrfGN, Tenth and Commercial btreets
A Delicious and Palatable
Drink Absolutely Pure
The North Padflo Brewery, of which f Bottled beer tor family use or kef
Mr John Kopp is proprietor, makes beer I beer supplied at any time, delivery ii
(or domesMo and export trade. I the city free.
North Pacific Brewery
Oregon Short Line
THE DIRECT ROUTE TO
Montana. Utah, Colorado
and all Eastern Points.
Gives choice of two favorite routea, ria
the Union Pacific Fust Mail Line, or
the Rio Grande Scenlo Lines.
LOOK AT THE TIME
1 Days to Salt Lake
2 J Days to Denver
3 J Days to Chicago
4 J Days to New York.
Free reclining chaira, upholatered
tourist sleeping cars, and Pullman pai
ace aleepera, operated on aU trains.
For further Information apply to
a O. TERRY. w. jb. uuiun,
Tray. Pass. Art. Gen. Ajpat
124 Third St., Portland. Or.
G. W. LOUNSBERRT.
sent O. R. A N.
Actors may be Bucerstitlous. but they
don't believe in the ghost until they
see It walk.
UXORIOUS 1 RAVEL
The "Northwestern Limited" trains,
electric lighted throughout, both Inside
and out. and steam heated, are with
out exception, the finest trains In the
world. They embody the latest, newest,
and best Ideas for comfort, convenience
and luxury ever offered the traveling
public, and altogether are the most
complete and splendid production of th
car builders' art
These Splendid Trains
The Great Northern
' The Northern Pacific and
The Canadian Pacific
AT ST. PAUL FOR
CHICAGO and the EAST.
No extra charge for these superior
accommodations and all classes ot tick
ets are available for pa ,n tn '
famous "Northwestern Limited." All
trains on this line are protected by the
Interlocking Block Sytem.
W. H. MEAD, H. L. BIHLER,
General Agent. Traveling AgX