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THE MORNING A5T0RIAN. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1002
4 PERSONAL MENTION
Charles Gray ia In the city. -II.
W. Carlyle la here from Tacoma.
Hen W. Reed l in the city from
Halmer. - - .
M. T. FlmTtay arrived down on taat
night's twin. 1 ;
Chas. T. Wilder a ettlsen of Rainier
Is In the city.
Mix 8. E. Baum of Uaiitter spent
yesterday In the city, v
Al Dawson and wife rera In the city
yesterday from Sklpauon, .,
Vllot funtmlssioiwr Payne was In the
city vsierday from Chinook, ; ,
Dr. V .B. Bradcit Is registered at the
Parker House from Portland,
. Hits August Number of the Wal
luskl spent yesterday in the city.
Mrs. J. T. Kos returned yesterday
from a short visit to the metropolis.
0, V. Fulton returned to the city
last nisht from ft brief visit to Portland
J. AV. Canker nd wife were in the
city yesterday from their home in War
Clark Loughery was a passenger ou
last night's train Into the city from
Contractor C. L. Houston returned to
the city last night from a brief trip
to TortlanJ, , - ' "
Mrs. I. Lawler and Miss Kathleen
Lawler arrived in the city from Port
land hurt night. -
II. H. Ingalls formerly of thla city.
Lut now a traveling man out of Port
land, arrived in the city last night.
Swand Mork and August Wilson ar
rived from Alaska yesterday on board
the steamer Homer and registered at
the Parker House. '
Geoge A. Lewis iirrivsd in the city
last night to attend the Elks' mem
orial exercises today. He will re
turn to Portland tonight. r
J. W. Bekher arrived In the city last
night to take part in the Elks mem
orial exercises to be held today. He
is registered at the Occident.
have warm SESSION
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oaue an emphatic re joiner. He clos
ed with the assertion that Frederick
Humbert bad been a boulangist deputy
Deputy Coulant. socialist, exclaimed
that Minister ValUs statement was a
tie. M. Syveton, a nationalist mem
ber, addressed the ministers with angry
Two angry elements surged back
and forward, exchanging blows with
clenched fists fo several minutes. The
president of the chamber called on M.
Syveton and M. Coutant to apologize
for their conduct. They refused and
both were expelled and escorted out by
the military. ;
M. Syveton said Valle was the ag
gressor an dthat he had sent'hls sec
onds to the minister. The seconds of
M. Syveton and Valle will make a
final arrangement for a meeting of
their principals Modnay.
TO SHUVE FIFTEEN TEARS
Paul Vnderwood Sentenced for the Mur
dor of Baby.
SEATTLE, Pec. 6. This afternoon
Judge Griffin denied the motion for a
new trial in the case of Paul Under
wood, who was convicted of the mur
der of hit infant child and sentenced
the prisoner to 15 years In the peniten
tiary. The attorneys for the defense gave
notice of an appeal to s the . supreme
Farmers In Swsden Suffer Because
of Cold Summer.
STOCKHOLM, Bee. .Crops of the
northern district In Sweden and In part
of PuletarlU have failed entirely, ow
ing to the cold wet summer and collec
tions are being male in all cities and
towns for the relief of the sufferers.
.. EYE WORTH 10,000.
NEW YORK, Pec 6.-Ten thousand
dollars is the value of an eye, accord
ing to a verdict for damages awarded
by a Jury In the Brooklyn -supreme
court in favor of Frederick H. Dittman.
The plaintiff was employed by an elec-
PEKRWS PILE SPECIFIC GIVES
Pi, Pkbhin, Melons, MoiiL
1 tnv beta trying through the
Irunflsis hr to obtain another
toiti f r ur pile pK-iflc. as I have
len a iu'lTWer from thein off nu
ou for Home irs. I w the au
In the P.-I. o( cUl, Wmli., torn
tlms in Mv (h.i. At tint time I
li miles north of tie tie, no I
went m (iti and found it- i
haveutrt Hupand hv been try
ing to set mure. It lulpci ins
vi-rjr linn h, mure o tliD hip thing 1
Imva avtir uuxl. and I ll-ivs "'
;1 very to use aimtlicr IMtle.
:f Vuunroioifiilly 11. tt, ChaKDI.hb.
trlcal company and was Injured by a
broken bolt on the machinery-.
lU'SSlAN OFFICER NOT EJCCl'SED
PAitlS, Dec. .Tho Join mil Frun
cals says that Jean De Rydaewskl will
h prosecuted on the chmge of homi
cide through imprudence for causing
the dtalh of Mrs, Rllea Gore.
LAHOEST GVN IN THE Wtlltl.l)
The new sixteen Inch gun recently
built for the V. S. government Is the
largest in the woild. His the most
powerful weapon devised by man, and
has ti.ktn years to construct. The
best and most reliable medicine ever
compounded Is the famous Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, Introduced over fifty
years ago and containing only such In
gredients as will bi helpful to the en
tire system. : It therefore commends
Itself to all persons suffering from sick
headache, nervousness, insomuuia, indl
gestion, dyspepsia, chills or malaria,
fever and ague. Be sure to give tt a
trial. It has never Ken known to fail
and can therefore be relied on in your
case. . The genuine Is tor sale by all
druggists and has our private stamp
over the neck of the bottle.
All members of Astoria lodge No. JSO
It. 1". O, E. are requested to assemble
at their hall at 2 o'clock today iSun
day) to prepare for the memorial ser
J. E. GRATKE. Exalted Ruler.
T F. J. CARNEY. Secretary.
The Elks' memorial services will be
held at Elks' hall in the Odd Fellows'
building at S o'clock today, (Sunday).
The public Is invited to attend, but ow
Ing to the limited seating capacity of
the hall children cannot be accommo
Notice is hereby given that the part
nership firm of Griffin & Reed .doing
business under said firm name at the
city of Astoria, Oregon, is this day dis
solved by mutual "agreement, Mr. A.
S. Reed retiring and Mr. J. N. Grif
fin continuing the business. All ac
counts due the Arm up to date must be
paid to said J. N. Griffin, who assumes
all the debts of the firm.
Dated at Astorli, Oregon, this 29th
day of November, 1903.
JNO. N. GRIFFIN.
A. S. REED.
DO Y0U SPEND YOUR HOLI
DAYS IN PORTLAND?
If so, be sure and visit the Strain
Tailoring Co., and The Hub, for your
New Year's suit, overcoat, hats, shoes
and furnishing goods.
We are the western agents for the
uncalled-for tailor-made garments of
the Royal Tailors, Lamm & Co., and
many more of Chicago's high art tail
ers and our' stock of uncalled-for gar
ments in worsteds, broadcloth, tricots;
cheviots, meltons, black clays, serges,
and unfinished worsteds far, exceeds
anything In the clothing line to be seen
Don't miss getting your choice of
2000 uncalled-for suits, worth from
$20 to $30 selling from $7.60 up.
500 pairs of uncalled-for trousers,
worth from $5 to $7.50, for $2.50.
1000 pairs of uncalled-for trousers
worth from $8 to $12.50 for $3.50.
800 uncalled-for vests worth from
$2.50 to $6, for 50o.
Our stock of hats, shoes, and furnish
ing goods Is complete and we guaran
tee the lowest price in the city.
Our tailoring department contains the
finest line of winter suitings on the Pa
Suits and overcoats to order from $15
Trousers to order from $5 up.
Remember that our motto is Satisfac
tion guaranteed or your money refund
ed. . .
THE STRAIN TAILORING
25 Washington street
N. K. corner Third and Burnside sts.,
A DOZEN DIFFERENT WATS
Whenihe ordinary citizen intends to
. .nt. or send for friends or rela
tlves to come west, the choice of routes
ta nuestlon that always bothers him.
w wants to know lt:he same route he
used once, some time ago, makes the
same time, same jonnectlons, U tne
nrire la the rame. If it costs the same
to go east .is It did to come west. Pos
sibly he has heard or read of famous
ints of interest in the west or mmuie
west that he overlooked on the trip
he made. Did not see them because he
hart not tim: did not know he could
for the same money;did not know he
could gt a stopover. There are hun
dreds of auestlons he would have ask
ed, many things he would have liked
to have seen and many accommodations
he could have enjoyed, only, he did
not have the time to look Into the sub
ject, and it was too much bother any
way. Here Is a suggestion that will save
you all that trouble, vexation and re
gret. The Illinois Central Railroad
company runs east and south from St
Paul, Omaha and Et. Louts, and north
from New Orleans. At these points
tt connects with all the western trunk
lines, and through them with all
their western connections. The Illinois
Central does not care which line you
use In the west, northwest, central
west or southwest, because It connects
with all of them, and Is absolutely Im
partial to all. All you have to do la to
drop us a note ;tell us your destination
and starting point Is there anything
In the whole glorious west that you
want to see on the way? Mention It.
We will arrange for it if it can be
done. Perhaps you want a stopover.
We will arrange that too. If It Is pos
sible for anyone to do It. Just make
a suggestion as to the western lint
ana we will elaborate It for you; tell
you the time you should start, when
you should arrive at your destination,
what accommodations you will enjoy,
what It will cost you, an Itinerary for
the trip, and will do everything we pos
sibly can to make vour journey pleas
ant and comfortable. That's what we
are here for. We have headquarters
In Portland; agents In Portland and
Seattle and traveling agents thut will
come and talk it owr with you at any
time and at any place m the north
west without !ts costing you a cent
more than a postage stamp. Chicago
business Is a specialty with us, but we
have our own rails In a dozen different
states east of St. Paul, Omaha and
New Orleans, and can ticket you to
these gateways over a doiten different
routes. Write us. Py the way. do
you want a nice wall map of the L ull
ed States, Cuba and Porto Rico. Send
me six cents to pay postage. D. It.
Trumbull, Commercial Agent, Illinois
Central R. R.", 142 Third street, Port
You will find the best 15c meal In the
city at the RUing Sun Restaurant.
WANTED 5 YOUNG MEN from As
toria to at ance prepare for Positions
in the Government Service. Apply to
Inter-State Corres. Inst, Ced.ir Ripids,
Rosyln coal lasts longer. Is cleaner
and makes less trouble with stoves
and chimney flues than any other coal
on the market George. W. Sanborn,
agent Telephone 1311.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of the
Columbia River Packers' association
will be held at the office of the com
pany, at Astoria, Ore., on December
8, 1902, at U o'clock a. m., for the pur
pose of electing directors, and for such
other business as may properly be con
sidered. By order of the president.
GEO. H. GEORGE. Secretary.
Everything made of leather would
last three times as long, be stronger,
keep shape, and be soft and clean ami
pleasant to touch, if oiled as it ought
to be, with Vacum Leather Oil For
sale by Fisher Bros.
For City Attorney
F. D. WISTON.
Councilman, First Ward
R. M. LEATHERS.
Couniilmen, Second Ward
JAMES W. WELCH
JAMES J. ROBINSON.
Councilman, Third Ward
C. A. LEINi-'N WEBER.
ALBERT M. SMITH
Citlien-Labor Union Ctodidale
for City Attoroty.
ClilifS-Ubor Loioi Caodidale
lor Csoacilnaa la Second Ward
Clthei-Labor L'iIob Candidate
for Couscllaisn la First Ward
New Goods, Winter Samples, Per
fect Work, Prices Reasonable
and Work Done With Dispatch.
482 Commercial St., - Astoria. Ore.
Cowing & Cowing
Oregon City. Oregon.
Office-Room 4, U. S. Land Office BMg.
Frnitive in all the courts of the
State. United States Land Office Busi
ness a Specialty.
Robt. A. ililler
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ex-Register U. S. Land Offle.
Land Titles and Land Offlct Business
Timber Lands bought and sold. Maps
mads. Correspondenct solicited.
Room 3, Welnhard Bldg.,
Oregon City, Oregos,
Time Curd f Trainn
Puget Sound Limited. 7:25 am 1:46 pm
Kansas Clty-SL Louis
Special 11:10 am 145 pm
North Coast Limited I JO p m 7:00 s m
Tacoma and Beattls Night
Express 11:4 pm 3:06 sm
Take Puget Sound Limited or North
Coast Limited for Gray's Harbor points
Take Puget Sound Limited for Olym
Take Puget Sound Limited or Kan
sas Clty-St. Louis Special for points
on South Bend branch.
Double dally train servlcs on Gray's
Four trains dally between Portland,
Tacoma, and Seattle.
A D. CHARLTON,
Assistant General Passeneger Art.,
2 Morrison st Portland. Or?
Don't Guess at It
But If, you sm goMiy Bast writs us
for our rates and let us tell yon about
the service and accommodations offer
ed by the ILLINOIS CENTRAL
RAILROAD. THROUGH TOURIST
Cars via the 1LLINOI9 CENTRAL
from PACIFIC COAST to Chicago sad
Cincinnati. Don't fall to writs us
about your trip as we are In a posi
tion to glvs you some valuable Infor
mation and assistance; t319 miles of
track over which are operated some
of the finest trains In the world.
For particulars regarding freight or
oassenger rates call on or address.
. C LINDSBT. B. H. TRUMBELL.
T. F. ft R A. Cora'l Aft.
14J Third St., Portland. Ore.
When people are contenplatl.ig
trip, whether on business or pleasure,
they naturally want the best servVe
obtainable as far as speed, comfort and
afety 1s concerned. Employes of the
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES are
paid to serve the public and our trains
are operated so as to make close con
nections with diverging- lines at all
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair
Cars on through trains.
Dining car service unexcelled, Meals
served a la carte.
In order to obtain the first-class ser
vice, ask the ticket agent to sell you
a ticket tyver
The Wisconsin Central Lines
and you will make direct cOiiiieqtlona
a St. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and
all points East.
For any further Information call on
any ticket agent ,or correspond with
JAS. C. POND, Gen. Pass. Ag't.
or JAS. A. CLOCK. Milwaukee, Wis.
A familiar name of the Chicago,
Milwaukee ft St. Paul Railway, known
all over the Union as the Great Railway
riinnlnDP (Via "tlriaAi
every day and night between fit. Paul
ana Chicago, ana umana ana umawo.
"The only perfect train in the world."
Understand: Connections are made
with all transcontinental lines, securing
to passengers the fceftt service known.
Luxurious coaches, el'nstrlc light, steam
heat, of a variety equaled by no other
See that your ticket reads via "Ths
Milwaukee" when going to any point
In the Uulted States or Canada. All
ticket 6 gents sell them.
For rates, pamphlets or other infor
J. W. CASEY, C. J. EDDY,
Trav. Pa8. Agt 'Son. Agt.
Portland. Ore. Portland. Or
NOTHING more acceptable than a beautiful picture. We
have them to suit every one. Handsomely framed
copies of Masterpieces in Etchings, Steel Engravings,
Allotypes, Oil Paintings and Water Colors. Never be
fore have we teen able to show such an assortment.
If you don't see what you wont ask for it.
We are sure we can please you. Our prices are
lower than ever before. Call and be convinced.
CHAS. HEILBORN 6c
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
Astoria National Bank
at Astoria, in the Mute of Oregon, at
the close of business, November 15,
Loutts and discounts Ctr.K SS
Overdrafts, secured and un-
Mcured 2.WS W
V. 8. bonds to secure circula
tion 12.5M 00
Premiums on U. 3. bonds .... 1.250 00
Storks, securities, etc 49,0J ii
Ranking house, furniture,
and fixtures 3.833 01
Other real estate owned i.ta 00
Cue from National banks
(not reserve agents) 4 27
Due from state banks und
bankers 1.191 !5
Due from approved reserve
agnte 157.S24 O
Internal-revenue stamps 373 02
Checks and other cash Items. 4,003 63
Notes of other National hanks 4i5 00
Fractional paper currency.
nickels and cents 1,223 19
Lawful Money Reserve In
Specie I3.122 35
Legal-tcmh-r notes.. 1.9S7 00 65.1 vt 35
Redemption fund with U. S.
Tn-aHurer 5 pert cut of cir
culation) 621. M
Capital ftov k raid in $ 50,000 00
Surplus fund 10.000 00
Undivided profits, It ks ex
penses and tnjres paid lO.i.'.l 2.
National Liink note out
standing 12.M0 00
Due to state bai.ks and
bankers . J 33
RiibKt to check.. I.'l 1,735 99
Of deposit 101,209 S
Time certificates of
deposit 159,919 47 475,865 3.'
Total $558,624 94
State of Oregon, county of Clutimp,
I, J. E. Hlgglns. cannier of the
above-named bnnk, do solemnly sweur
that the above statement Is true to the
b-?st of my knowledge and belief.
J. K. HIOfHNS,
Correct Attest: Cushler.
GEO. H. OKOROK,
WM. II. HAKKKK,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 2th day of November, 1902.
OKO. C. FULTON,
NOTICES FOR PUBLICATION.
United States Land Office, Oregon
01 ty, Oregon, Sept. 27, 1902.
Notice Is hereby given that In com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands In
the states of California, Oregon, Ne
vada, and Washing-ton leerttory,"
of Montavilla, County of Multnomah,
State of Oregon, has this day filed I
this office his sworn statement Ne.
5912 ,for the purchase of the SW14 of
section No. 27 In township No. 4 N
range No. 10 W and will offer proof te
show that the land sought Is wets
valuable for its timber or stone thas.
for agricultural purposes, and to es
tablish his claim to said land before
the register and receiver of this oftlre
at Oregon City, Oregon, on Wednesday,
the 10th day of December, 1902.
Ho names as witnesses: B. J. Sam
ford, James Bloss, Albert Lulkart, an
Oeorge Clark, all of Montavilla, Ore
gon. Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the nbove described lands srs
requested to file Ihelr claims In this
office on or before safd 10th day sf De
CHAS. B. MOOR::S.
Foley's Kidney Cure
makes kidneys and bixdder t'zte.
JUST THE THING FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS
tlanilxxt Furniture, Cliltiitvrnre, linskets. Silk linmlkerehitf.
and Fans, Tray, HML.ii.l Khell Work. A l.AHOK A
MiltTMKNT AT LOW i'KK'Ka.
i Yokohama Bazaar 626 commercial st. I
A CARLOAD OF FURNITURE jj
S Just received from the Kitnt. Th" grrut saving In fi eights and 2
wholesalers' profits mu'ln by buying hi rsrlood )it direct R
fiom th? fatcury '
BENEFIT OUR CUSTOMERS I
While our present shipment lasts ynu can buy at silets avr
before announced In Asturla.
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il FUllftf Rla.t..
Fancy and . Staple Groceries
FLOW. FEED, PROVISIONS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Suj'jilics of nil kinds nt low st riilt !, f(rficliernit'ii, .
Fanners am! loggers.
Ae Ve ALrfLEN Tenth and Commercial Streets
We are prepared to make them os
short notice and of the besi materials.
Let us give you estimates on any klnA
of castings or pattern work. Lower
prices for first-class work,
TELEPHONE NO. 2461.
At Prices You Can Afford to Pay
tUOAM Ronrl St.
Scow Bay Iron 0
t'r. llh i-r;d Fmnkllu ?.