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TliK 10SOT318' ASIORIANi'TJiUBSt-A; PECEMBEtt W. 19W.
What wotimu wouM not wolcomo one? Turticulurly if it U
of our !iigl)-grnli, gucirnnlootl bluck ilk, tlio final reach of
iiuniun skill ami oxjierienco in Hack ilk making. Ahuolutcly
all pure ilk and pun:nt l)'i', and nmplwt value for the money
Prices from 50 cents
All conlnicli f advertising In
Dig Aht.M Inn lire niuJo on a Runr.
Mntco of circulation four time
larger than thut of uny r"rr
publlshcJ or circulated In Out.
nop count )'.
ponTI.ANI. rvo. jfl f rrKin. Wash
ington and imrthnrn Idaho, run, gale
along th coast.
W. E. Tallant went to Portland ya
K, A. Turkrr ou up from Seaside
Jiimm Vinson of Hvrnwn wa In the
Mr, Milkl. of Knappa. In th
Loul L. Mart of Boattl M In tho
J. A. Monhral of NahcutU I a Uft
of the Occident, 1
Jon. fnugnten of Anaconda It In As
toria on a visit '
T)r rrirt: wind, aoutheaat. heavy
gale; rain; tar rough.
Wm. Summer of Joseph, Or.. I a
tucat at tha Occident.
HonN-Yrtrday afternoon to the
wlf of Jhn II. Whlinker, night editor
of The Astorinn, a mm. Mother and
child doing wotU
I1EST UCENT MEAL: RIRINQ
Danziger's Unloading Sale
Space will not permit us to enumer
ate each article. These are a few
offerings taken at
Comprises all tlio latest styles,
shapes ami patterns tho east
ern market alfonls.ranging in
price from 25C tO $1
In this lino wo think wo ex
cel anything ever displayed
in tho city. We havo tho
Linens with initials as well as
tho Silk. Plain Handker
chiefs and Fancy Borders in
largo ynriety; ranging in
prico from . 25C tO $1
Our stock of Clothing, Underwear, Hats,
Caps and Shoes is still complete m all
lines. Bear in mind we are giving
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
On Men's, Boys' and Children's
Clothing and Mackintoshes.
20 PERCENT DISCOUNT ON ALL OTHER LINES
Except E. &W. Collars and Cuffs,
Rubber and Oil Clothing and
This Sale Will Only Continue for Fifteen Days Rlore
to $2.00 per yard.
Cllrl Wanted-For general housework;
mail family. Apply tin omca.
St. Paul drr--mMon pirlon at C.n
iral Hotel. Mia Wllke.
M. K. DanWa of Portland u register
ed at the '.'nrkvr House.
MIm llarrli-t Tnllant la visiting In
Portland for a few daya.
Captain Dolt of Nham waa in the
city yeatrrdny on busim-a.
J. R. Hurka of Calhlamet waa In the
city yratirtlay on business.
C. B. Montgomery of Cottage Drove
U rgltrrel at tl"' K-cid-nt,
B. rarthfMlHifw of Calgway. Albrrta,
la rrglatnriNt at tho Occident.
Peat 16-eent meal. Rising dun Res
taurant, 812 Commercial etreei.
Mr. and Mra. C. 1. Wllllama of Port
land were In the city yesterday.
Mr, and Mra. Nelson Troynr have re
turned from a vlalt to California.
Jeff mataurant tht lanrtat and
beat. A trial will convinoa you.
Fish Commissioner Reed relurm-d yes
terday frm a trip to Portland.
Sheriff rJnvlll returned yesterday
from an official trip up tha river.
Oscar Mendenhall of Champoeg, Or.
la registered at the Aator houM.
The Occident barber ahop haa three
flint-cla barber under lu new man
The ptcamcr Columbia i-f out jn-l-
tcrdav at ten o clock for Ban Franclaco,
Her piiM'ngvr llt waa llRht but ahe
carried a fairly heavy rreiitni.
Our lino is complete and up-to-date;
havo to bo secnto be
appreciated, ranging injprico
from $5 tO $10
For Men and Boys in plain
and faney webs, ranging in
price from 25CtO $2-50
WHAT IS MORS acceptable a a
Chxiitmaa Gift than a tiandaome
umbrella; we have them from tha
flncut to the eheappit for Men, Boy a,
Women and Children.
V. Tt, Campbell; of IlllUboro, formerly
of thla city la In Aalorla on a brief
J. M. Pattmon haa been appointed
by Problem McKlnley aa poalmnater
at The liallei.
Two aullora were ahlpoed on board
the Marmn IJichtbody by Kwnny &
J. W. Ifobba, United Hlalea InlernaJ
revenue ollli er waa In the city on olllclul
Kntcrtalnrnenla will be hold by both
the Adrur and Manure achoola for the
bnniflt or the public library.
For Itcnt.-Hulte of furnlnhcd room
aultublo for IlKht houne keeping; ln
gulr at room 17. FUvl brick.
The liaiaarl Holiday goodi. bam
boo furniture, ladlea' undnrwvar and
noiloiw; CM Commercial atreel.
The atinnmlilp Monmoulhahlre will
tuke on imwI at Klavel today and ex
tcta to leave out the laat of the w;ek.
The bond of Mlaa Mnry 3. Wood, ad
ministratrix of the eaiate of the late W.
J I. Wood, wu nied yeaicrday afternoon.
Cream Pun Iye. imertca'a flr.eat
hlWv, Th onlv nure Rood a; filar
anteed rich and mellow. JuIlN V.
VAIU.SON. Sole AKnt.
In the preble court yeatcrduy th?
fliml a'Count of the admlnbtratnr of
the etot of A. H. Hale. 1 '-refuted. Wa
m-i fur hearing on January 17.
Itoelyn coal loata longer, la cleaner
and make trouble with atov. a and
liliiitu-y ilu.-i than any other. Oeorge
W. Fanborn, agent. Telephone 1311.
The waya and meune committee of
ine common council win open nnia on
Friday at t p. m. for contract Of doing
the city printing during the year of
Member of the W. C. T. V. are rc
numted to be preacnt at the laat meet
ing before fhrlatmaa tolay at 2:S0. cfir.
itond and Eleventh etrccta. Stranger
MUa Aluea Fox waa aummoned to
Portland limt nlifht by telpgram
tnilnc that her mother, who waa taken
to the nariltarlum at Portland on Tues
day, waa very low.
J u litre A. A. Cleveland who has be n
III at the hmnd hotel In Portland for
aevrral wevk ha Rone to Honolulu
where he bellrveii the climate will r.
atore lain to health.
The Ilrltlnh ahip Morton Llghtbody
elrar'd yeeterdny at the cutm houwf
for Kumix" with 122.9M bunhela of
wheat, valued at $68,500. She arrived
down yeatcrday morning.
Aa P. J. Goodman and Co.. are ifilnir
out of builncH. their entire Mock of
boota and ahoe are fia eaJe at prlcea
It will pay the public to come and aec;
at No. JM Commercial atreet.
It la understood that tho government
will rmiHtriirf luvutiirv a I Port Ktev-
ena by day labor aa the bid recently
ttUvrrllneJ for wer all above the eU-
mate ana appropriation for tne worn.
It'a griitleman'a whlakey. a pure
dclldoue bi-verage and a grand appetl
er. Inin't forijet the name, "I. W.
ilarixv" whlnkey. The kind your
grandfailier uwd." Sold by F. ard and
Htoke Co., Astoria. Ore.
Inman, Poiilaen & Company 'report
the lumler bunlnco nulet. The orders
coming In are few and dealer Mill
wunt them filled at lower prlcea. The
prollt on lumber haa been aklnned off
and now they want1 the !lenh and blood,
Tho I.rltlnn ahlp rtathdown. 2.0M tons,
Captain Dyke, poeted aa overdue.' The
Itathilowu la loveiity-rive daya out
from Yokohama and la quoted at 80 per
rout, the p under charter to Isalfour,
Guthrie & Co. to load wheat at Port
Mannsr Ohler of the Aatorla foot
ball team hue aecured a game with the
South Portland eleven for Chrlotmaa
itay. The South rortlam tem la a
r iron ft one and an tntercetlng game
may be expected. The game will take
place on the home grounds.
A aneclal meeting of the council to
award a contract for doing the city
printing during th t coming year and to
vote on the ordinance to grant a atreet
railway franchlr to Cha. II. Page.
Martin Foard nnd F. it. Stokes will be
held the last of this week, either Fo
day or Saturday night.
The tea which la to be given bv the
Ldaies uullil of Urnce church has been
postponed from Wednesday until FrI
nay, uecemoer zi. it win be held at
Mrs, Lyman Kinney a, comer of Scv
ehlh and Commercial street. Fancy
article and home-made candles will be
(or sale. AH are cordially Invited.
Captain Gregory, of the llsrhthoue
tenaer Aianxanlta. has received Instruc
tlonn to replace the Umatilla reef iluht
ahlp on her station a soon aa prac
ticable. The lightship, which broke
adrut aome daya ago, i now at Neah
Bay. Captain Gregory has all the nec
esuary appliances already on board and
and will leave out aa soon aa the weath
er moderate autflciently to allow of thi
work being- done.
The tug Rescue returned to San Fran
cisco on Sunday without having found
tn lumber barge waahougal. for which
she went In search lost Friday. Th
Washougal. which was abandoned off
Stewarts' point last Wednesday by the
tug earnson, is believed to be some dis
tance off shore, and north of the nolnt
where she was abandoned by the Sam
son. She Is believed to be In no danger
although It Is quite certain that the
WashouK&l was In the gale Friday.
Gateway Tent tto. 33. Knights of the
Maccabees, elected the following officers
Tuesday evening: 8lr knight comman
der, C, A. Hansen; lieutenant comman
der, C. Steelrlght; record keeper, C. B.
Foster; finance keeper, M. B. Iioxarth:
chaplain, R. Wallace; physician, H. L.
Henderson; sergeant, j, Wirt; master
of arms, II. Peterson; first master Of
funds, W, C. Olsen, second master of
funds, W. Ball; sentinel. J, Sundaulst:
picket, C. Hough; trustee, T. Corbett.
Roy Engbretsen, the three years and
six months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Engbretsen of Uppertown, who
waa severely burned by falling Into a
tub of hot water on Tuesday, died
early yesterday morning from the ef
fects of the shock to the system. It was
not thought on Tuesday that the acci
dent would result fatally as the little
fellow waa renting quietly and at Ave
o'clock yesterday morning; when the
father, who Is employed on the tug
Wallula, went to hla work the boy
waa apparently resting eoally. The
shock to the system was, however,
too Kr-a.t and he died a short time afterward.
At tha coming session of tha legls'a
ture, tha Oregon Flh and Game Asso
ciation will roeommt'nd for mw a
revision of th fish and game laws of
the state, which Include a number of
important changca. U will be advised
that ther bo a olose season for certain
specie of pheasant being brought Into
the state; that thera be a limit of 125
trout for a daya' caUh, and that the
taking of aalmon trout In tld water
with hook and line be allowed at any
tlin of the year.
The torm of last night broke the arc
circuit of the Weat Hhore Mill Co..
thereby burning a coll In the armature
of tho arc machine, Thla will necessi
tate a discontinuance of the Upper
town lights for a week. The company
Immediately wired Kan Franilsco for
new coils but rcwvHved answer that
they would have to be ordered from
Hchenertady. N. T. The company then
wired an order to 8chenectaiy and have
received an answer that the goods have
been shipped by express. All the other
lights will be on aa usual thla evening.
Martin Foard. O. I. Petersen. Harry
IlamMet, A. Kchemekau and Aunrust
Hlldebrand. were the five citizens se
lected by the Astoria Progressive Com
mercial Association to be auggested to
Judge Mcllrlde to be appointed a
member of the Astoria Park Commis
sion to act In conjunction with the
mayor and city aurveyor. The men
whose names were suKtc-st'd have tak
en active Interest In the Idea of a park
since it Inception end are all well
qualified to act on the commission.
Thr I no di-ubt but that they will be
The Thyra which returned to this port
from Manila on Tuesday lost but one
horse during her trip to the islands,
which Is regarded ss a creditable show- j
Ing, as It w-a her maiden eflort in
transporting animals. The animals I
w. re under the care of U. 8. Veterinary J
Hurgeon Nunn. The Thyra Will b"-irin
loading for the return trip at once. The
cargo viii consist or fc norse ana a
quantity of hay and oats. Th animali
are now at Vancouver Barracks await
ing transportation, ond It will be nfoout
eight days before the steamer will be
In readiness t" -n" The Lennox I ex
pected to arrive before long, and will
also make a return trip to the far
The gale that ratted u day yester
day ln-reuicd In fury hutt night and by
mldnlcht It was almost Impossible to
stand against the force of the storm. A
riipa:i-h frori Fort Stevens announced
that the wind there waa blowing- at the
rate of ninety miles an hour. A p -rt'on
of the electric light wire In this city
woe blown down last night breaking
the circuit on the street lights and ad
ding to the welrdnesa and confusion of
the storm by leaving the streeta of the
rlty In total darkness. There are a
number of vessels already due In here
and several known to have arrived
somewhere off the mouth of the river
and fear are entertained for their
Fritx Ltt'ier finally succeeded in kil
ling him . If at the county Jail In Port
land Tuesday hy hanging, probably be
tween II and 12 o'clock. His dead body
was found ventcrday morning harglng
suspended from a steam pipe which
run throtiirh the cell In which he had
been placed. It waa evident that he
had ben dead for some time. This la
the third lime that Bauer attempted
to end hla life, the previous time being
only a few days ago. when he slashed
himself about the throat with a raxor.
and would have 4ie6 had it not been
that a physician was near at hand. He
later tried to hang himself hut failed,
but the third time waa successful.
"What Did Thompklna Do?' Is the
problem of the hour Just now In Astoria.
It has superceded all other questions so
cial or political In the minds of the peo
ple, but It bius fair to remain a ecrt
until the arrival here on December 26th
of Harry Coreon Clarke and hla com
pany when It will be Illustrated and
demcnslrated to the satisfaction of all
Interested and to the delight of all who
enloy a hearty laugh. It presents Mr.
Clarke at hi best: as a fun-maker par
excellence, one who Is rapidly nearing
the highest eminence his profession af
fords. His new play has created a ren
satlon wherever It haa been prea?nted
and every audience that haa witnessed
It has screamed with Joy at Its comical
ities. Advance sale of seat open next
Tuesday ir ornlng at Grlffln & Reed's j
The many friends of Mrs. Sherman
Case, formerly of this county, will re
gret to learn of her death at Genesee,
Idaho. December IS. An attack of la
grippe about two year ago later de
veloped Into consumption which caused
her death. Besides her husband, who
Is now teaching at Genesee, she leaves
two children, Leonard, ten year of
age, and Bertha, eight. Mrs. Case waa
born In Trinidad, Colorado. In 18.3 end
removed to Knappa, this county. In 1877.
where she waa married. Last spring
they moved from Seaside, where Mr.
Case taught several years, to Idaho,
hoping that a change of climate would
benefit her but the disease waa too far
advanced and she steadily declined.
She was a bright winning woman, and
a devoted Christian wife and mother.
Mr. Case' sister la with them and will
rare for the children.
about that present? Suppose
you go down this line.
lamps - Ornament
Fish Sets . '
Everything that's Beau
tlful for Christmas
Just Like Finding Money.
G71 Commercial stmt. Astoria.
Lumber Schooner Frfm Knappton Ooe
Aahort at Haystac k Rock, Near
Word haa been received that the
three masted schooner Pioneer that left
out from K nun-ton last week lalen
with lumber for Han Francisco, went
ashor at 4 o'clock p. m., Hunday, on
Nestucc beach opposite Ocean Park,
The 1'lonoer left Knappton, Wash.,
Hunday, December I. with a full load
of dressed lumber, bound for Han Fran
cisco. Ail went well until Thursday,
when ahe encountered the beginning
of tho late atorm, and the extremely
heavy swella twisted off her rudder.
A jury nidUL-r was rigged, which an
etvrred ail purposes fr a time, but the
storm Increased In violence, so that
the captain estimates the violence
of the wind to have been ninety mile
an hour. The Jury rudder was rendered
useless and the vse( wan at the mercy
of the element. Bhe gradually drifted
toward the coast, sighting Yaquina bay
light Kunday morning. Hhe was then un
der here poles. Hhe signalled distress by
running up her ilag upside down, and
thought the signal was observed. Drift
ing up the coat the vessel entered the
breakers near Haystack Rock, . Just
abive Nestucca bay, about 4 p. m.
The captain and crew had little hope
at this time, as the vsset wa going
in 'riadi(i(ie. Luckily the action ?f the
breaker turned her head directly to
ward the shore, and he was lifted In
Ljr tecJi lueeetdlng wave. Tbrc mn
were observed on the beach, and two
left, ruunljig Inland, which the crew
understood to mean that tny were go
ing for assistance, which wa shortly
confirmed by the arrival .)f a number
of people Just a the darkness cIo"d
The shipwrecked crew were greatly
chreu through the long hours of the
Ight by an Immense bonfire which wa
kept jroing on the bach. Constant ff
forts were made by the people of Woi.ds
to get a line to the vessel, and this was
accomplished after hard work all night
about 6 a. m., whn the crew were all
taken aafcly ashore. Captain Michael
ton leaving hla veasel last.
TO POSTPONE OLD AGE.
The latest theory Is to apply eiec-
t(H.tl' ,l . Via K r.t l , l.t.. TU
J ...tt iflirc ..a uiain, A tic
harilinlni, ef Ik. a.lioa , V. - Am..
..n ... .1 iri in ll- lllvi
symptom Is followed by a crumbling
away of the brain cells. This process
produce the mental characteristic o(
old aj?e. Not alone does thla treatment
restore the fe-ellng rf youth but pro
duce the appearance of it. While
hundreds of experlmerta have been pre
sented, there Is but one way of pro
longing youth, and that 1 by the
preservation of health. For this pur
pose, and for the cure of constipation,
indigestion, dyspepsia, liver and kid
ney disorders. Hostettcr" Stomach Blt
tr were placed before the public over
fifty years agt). Money cannot buy a
better remedy. Try It. and you will be
Christmas exercise will be held at
the MeClure school on Friday after
noon. December 21st at 1:30 o'clock. The
exercises will be In the assembly hall
The entertainment la for scholars but
vlsltora are cordially welcome. Follow
ing la the programme arranged for the
Minnie and Maud Van Dusen
Recitation. "A Telephone Message"
Christmas song Boy of Grade Four
Kecitation' "A Christmas Worry"..
Emily Truesdale and Alta Rlckard
Lois Parker. Mangna Carlson and
'' Alice Wright
Recitation. "The Christmaa DolU'V.
Scholars of Grades One and Two.
Song. "The Wonderful Tree"
Schoiiirs of Grt dr Four
Recitation. "A Merry Christmas"..
Scholars of Grade One
Recitation, "All Over Our Land"..
Recitation, "A Christina Story"...
Son;, "Star of the East"
....Maud Ross and Alma Ekstrom
Recitation. "Careless Santa Claus"
Recitation. "Miltlades Gets the Best
of Santa Claus" Hattle Partlow
Song, -Filled With Gladness"
Girts of Grade Four
Song. "Oh, Ring. Glad Bells"
Dialogue. "An Awful Mystery"....
Edward Hlg-glns, Walter Mayo,
Lena Smith, Mabel Doeneki.
Mary E. Stanley to O. E. Rumilln,
lots 14 to 20 and 1. 2 and 3, block 6;
lots 15 and 17. block 3: lots 8, , 10. 11.
1J. 14 and 15. block 4; lot 7, block i.
Grimes annex; 13,000.
E. M. Orlmes and wife to Maud P.
Wright, all lands and tide lands lying
west of lot 9. block 2; lots and 10. block
3; lots 9 and 10, block 6; lot 7, Railroad
addition to Ocean Grove; $4W.
Columbia Harbor Land Company to
Jennie L. Rlgdon. lot 6, block 47, War
renton park; (250.
United States to Jennie Adams, east
half of southwest quarter of section 33,
T 7 N, R ( W; patent
CALL FOR WARRANTS.
Notice Is here by given to all parties
noidmg Clatsop county warrants en
dorsed prior to July 13, 1S98. to present
the same to the county treasurer at hi
office.- 164 Tenth street, for payment.
Jnteiat ceases after this date.
Dated Astoria. Oregon, this loth day
of December, 1900.
H. C. THOMPSON,
Notice is hereby elven that there are
fundit in the city treasury to pay all
warrants drawn on the road and cross
Ins fund and endorsed prior to October
Rth, l'JOO, also warrants numbered 13,
616, 13,022. 13,036. 13.023 and 13.623 on
same fund endorsed October 5th, 1900.
Interest will cease after this date.
F. J. CARNEY.
Astoria. Oresron, Dec. 11. 1990.
Just published by the Southern Pa
cific Co. is a phamphlet upon the re
sources of Western Oregon, which in
cludes an excellent map of the state,
and contains information on climate,
lands, education, etc., existing Indus
tries and their capabilities.
Attention is also directed to such
new fields for energy or capital as
promise fair return.
This publication fills a need Ions; ex
perienced by Oregonlans, In replying to
Inquiries of eastern friends.
Copies may be had of local agent
Southern Pacific Co., or from
C. H. M.VRKHAM.
G. P. A.. Portland, Or.
& if d?
Exquisite; Nectwer jat
Plain 'and Embroidered
Suspenders and Sox at
Fancy Vests at
Under and Over Shirts at
Overcoats and Mackin
Boys' and Children's Suits
Reliable Prices at
Genteel Treatment at
Heinze's Mince Meat. Qoeen Olives
and all kinds of Holiday Delicacies
Fancy and Staple Groceries
FLOUR, FEE5. PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS.-
Supplies of all kinds at lowest rates, for fishermen,
Farmers and Loggers.
A V ALLEN, Tentb and Commercial Streets
A Delicious and Palatable
Drink Absolutely Pure
Tha North Pacific Brewery, of which I Bottled beer for ramily use or keg
Mr, John Kopp Is proprietor, makes
beer for domestic and export trade. J In the city tree.
Horth Pacific Brewery
Notice is hereby given that there are
funds in the city treasury to pay all
warrants drawn on the general fund
and endorsed prior to March 1st, 1900.
Interest will cease after this date.
F. J. CARNEY.
Astoria. Oregon, Dec. 13. 1900.
SARAH DIXON SUNK.
Collides With Jetty at Mount Coffin
Early Yesterday Morning.
The lighthouse tender Mananlta,
which arrived down the river yester
day afternoon from an extended trip to
the aids to navigation on the Columbia
and Willamette reported the steamer
Sarah Dixon as lying with her nose on
the Jetty at Mount Coffin and the great
er part of her submerged.
The steamer was sunk early yesterday
morning on the dike or jetty opposite
Mount Coffin. The steamer now lies
partly upon the dike, but projects into
15 feet of water. Barge will be started
Immediately for the scene of the acci
dent, and it la expected that the boat
will be raised before the end of the
week. The damage Is estimated at
about $1000. No lives were lost.
The Sarah Dixon Is the property of
the Shaver Transportation Company.
The beat left Portland at lft o'clock
Tuesdav night for Stella, Wash., for
Wise's Goodclothes Stor$
Wise's Goodclothes Store
Wise's Goodclothes Store
Wise's Goodclothes Store
Wise's Goodclothes Store
Wise's Goodclothes Store
WlSe'S GOOddOtheS Store
Wise's Goodclothes Store
Wise's Goodclothes Store
I beer supplied at any time. Delivery
boom sticks. About 5 o'clock yesterday
morning, while going down the Colum
bia, the boat collided with the dike op
posite Mount Cotlln.
While endeavoring to feel her way
along the channel she crashed Into tha
dike and In less than five minutes had
settled in the water. A large hole was
knocked in the bow, through which tha
water surged, filling the hull.
SHIP POLTALLOCH. f
Tenders are Invited from responsible
parties to float this vessel ashore at
North Spit, Wlllapa harbor on tha "No
euro no pay" principle, and place her
at a safe anchorage. Bids must be
delivered to Captain A. Young at
South Bend, not later than noon, Dec.
21st. Lowest or any tender not nec
South Bend. December IB, 1900.
Dangers are no more light If they
once seem light, and more damsei-ai
have deceived men than forced them;
nay, it were better to meet some dan
gers half-way, though they come noth
ing near, than to keep too long a
watch upon their approaches; for If a
man watch too long, it is odds he will
True dispatch is a rich thins.
Pt?y a little, t my mm n4