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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTOXim. OREGON.
SATURDAY DECEMBER i3, , e8J. V
will iWIUh the pieent method
of examiuing uihlor oath Chine- apply
ing to vhWr, or rvrnlcr the United
O'DcII's Statements so Charicter-
ized By Fassett
HIGGiNS' RECORD IS CLEAN
Congressman Fuett Says the Talk of
- Oaeu Retarding Impeachment Pro
ceedings Against Biggin Is Redico-
loos Eorjiniu tion of Republicans.
Situations Wanted Advertisements Inserted
Twice Without Charge.
SI Tl'ATlOX WANTED UY MAX AND
wife to do any kind of work. Apply
to C. Y, Lowrie, room 4, Logan Building.
i Elmlra, N. Y, Dec Corgresman
J. Sloatt Faaett, who is home to spend
Christmas with his family, when shows
Chsimuta Odell'i Interview yesterday is
: which tie latter blamed Faaett for the
: present condition of things in the K
puUicaa party, and the statement of
6enafcr Halby threatening impeach
, neat proceedings against Governor Big
- Tm talk of impeachment of the
GoTeraor is rank nonsense. It it much
for a Governor ia ofBoo who is likely
to be held responsible for party action
to do everything in bis power to up
lift the party ia the interests of the
whole people and the entire party than
' for Governor out of office for his own
selfish interests to maintain the pre
ent condition of thing. Governor Hig
gina belongs to a different school from
former Governor Odell. Odell accuses
Governor Biggins of duplicity. Gover
'nor Biggins and President Roosevelt
' can well afford, in view of their ivcord
and the influence, of their record upon
. the history of the parly, to accept the
challenge of a comparison of records
thus invited. . ". "
"The ex-Governor accuses rue of lead
ing the party to defeat in 1891, but we
wre led to defeat in 1890, and also in
,1892. With reference to thej ex
Governor's assault upon myself,' while I
thank him for his tsrdy acknowledge
ment that I am collarles, I want to
ay that this situation is one away
above petty personal likes or dislike.
The situation cannot be changed by
personal epithets. It is a question of
the jntgrity of the party life end of
the uplifting and maintaining of the
party ideals along the old-fashioned
lines, where the first interest were the
interests of the people end paitv intr
ests wer ubsvient to those interests
and the party leaders were ub-crvk-nt
to the whole party."
After paving Mr. Wadaworth a tri
' but for his intellectual strength and
determination of character, Mr. Fassett
concludes as follows:
ttfn. f . . . . .
me jTv-ment is not interested in
this content for the sake of anv on"
nian. lie is anxioiw fur a reoriianiza
tion of the party along higher ideals
and honest purposes. His interet is
purely unsflfi'h snd solely for the good
of the people and the party.
'I am profoundly grateful to ex
Governor Odcll for attributing to me
the present difficulty which eems to lie
surrounding the consummation of hi
elfish plan. I think lie does me too
much honor. I shall lie very glad if on
that point, and that alone, the Repub
lican party agrees with him. His re
probation I consider a decoration."
GIRL WANTED FOR HOUSEWORK
in family of three Portland suburbs
! nr car line. Wages $15.00 per month.
Address "D" Astoria.
RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS FOR Posi
tions in Orevoa: 10 men wanted t
prepare for comia examination! ba.
TCttT head acha. vour tkrr an J h. I . "'afa " rt" bW oct
I mi I , ! VH jto Vt
m-r jvr syataa aecoaet M rca I UURN 1LCBAPHT AND R. A
aowa toat Toa are ia. aiava daaaa mt I a n m a.
- , x atwuw mi fduv a awaia sal-
PakorCoapttea.vdcr u.JTL uadar S
aa4 eadorsed by all Railroada. Writ
for, eatalogue. hfOKSE SCHOOL Of
nXEGXAPHYt daclnaati, 0, Buffalo,
S. I, Atlaata, Ga, La Crosse, Wla, Tei
arkaaa, Tex, Saa Francisco, Cai
WANTED EMPLOYMENT AS STAr
tionary or donkey engineer. Address
X, care "Astorian."
toothec and beali the bffamed air oaa
afaa, aDayi toa feverish conditiona,
topi tie congh and pTtreats terioat
ratoin iroa a cold.
b the only prominent congh aedidaa
oa tna market that does not coataia
opaiea or Barmmi drug, of any kind WAXTED-YOUXG MAX, GOOD EDTJ.
and on this account is safest for childraa. Mtlrt VA..ii m. t ., j
Iti.anexcelledforCronoaa(IWii . U V "y kind
h,- r. a ...7: ' " "esa u m. ., care Adrian.
1 -wsaaa euv wiu UlVaUy VUI iaW
nrrlnif rvrvrtrrH ah a-ii M
aTdTaa; -:::ZZ ZZrZZ WAXTED-LADY WITH GOOD REF.
tang unless properly treated. erencs to trtv1 for $230,000
JtomamKM v. . . I capitaL Salarv tlOT2 ner Var an.l
Honey and Tr-and refuse tabstl P60 8'ry Pid weekly and expens
tntea that cost you the MM aa tha M advanced. Address, with stamp. J.
genuine. Do not take chances with A- Alexander. Astoria, Ore.
tome unknown preparation.
GUM WAH CO.
7l Aster St Astoria, Ore.
AU kinds of msalj. Voodlet and Chop
T0KI POINT OYSTIX HOUSX,
Eastern and Shoalwater Bay Oysters
Steaks, Chop, Etc.
Opea day and aight.
11th St, next to Scully's cigar store
Cor 15c; nice cake, coffee, pie. or
ipughnuta, 6c, at U. 8. Restaur-
ant. 434 Bond SL
BEST 15 CENT MEAL,
You can always find the best
15-cent meal in the city at the
Rising Suu Restaurant
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS,
Sotiv is haieliy (ivn tlxt the an.
nual meeting of tha MtnlhoMers of
the Antoria Kkt-trio Cunipay will be
held at the otllce of ths ivnipanv, Page
Block, Axtorla, Oregon m Monday the
eighth day of January, !MQ, at 8
o'clock, P. M., for the ntirp of
ekvting board of directors, to serve
during the enuing year, snd f.w the
transaction of suvh other bun
may lawfully coma before the meeting.
C. N. IIHKJINS,
Astoria, Oregon. rwnilier 10. Iu.
jay tuttle; m. d.
PHT8IC1AN AND 8UKQE0N
aatlaf Asaiataal Sanroa
D.a. atarlae UuanlUl ttarvleai
Oaaoa aoura: II to tl a.m. 1 to : p.a.
I7T Commarolal Street. Jnd Floor.
The Troy Laundry
DR. J. P. GORAY,
NOSS AND THROAT
toe Oretoaiaa Buildloc.
PORTLAND ... OREGON
DR. SB0DA C. BICES
me only white labor laundry In tha Office MansL Rid. Ptian. nu-v
ny. uoei tne best work at reasonsblel 171 Commercial St, Astoria, Ore,
prices ana is In every way worthy of
Formerly locator! SU
A Mer Street t for the
, OVED Into the
flarn briok boildntg
ner of Firat and Mfk uu.
tranceNo.lCJ Front St
Successful Rose Treatceat
Ixvtor on acroaal ef bl wo4rAU
sue all diwMM vim pow.rful oriinM mot,
DM-ba. Km rial mA .11.1.1 - T w
aowa la mMicmi sol.- la Uito
ana uiroaih th Bf Umm harmbw trmV
Catarrh, Asthasa, Uaj TreisWa, ItKssw
warrsasas w liver. KMney, Ftmais
w -as ana a uwrantc D ssasas.
u,!..gr Vf- enekxiaa I a-si sumae rar
tn-llln, bouk aud clrr.r. aTJ-W
Flneet Hetol In the Northwest
niii-.., Dee. 22. A dispatch to the
' Tribune from PhiUdelphin, 'ars:
Under tlie leaderiip of Constatitiiie
von Steriilcr?. a well known pianist, nil
tlie lst mu-ii ian and Mnjjcv of the
city met last nijrht. snd, after a minted
diouhian pased revolutions dexlarinp
tliut "A dinner initation lierrafter be
considered a prof-sional engnp--nient."
The reolution passed ,iv:
'Resolved, That tlio ijniei. of Uiix
resolution plclge them,elve hence
forth to consider invitation to Mcial
function as provisional ensnpenicnU
whenever their services are und-r what
ever pretext, requested, and shall charge
accordingly; and we earnestly urge all
Mhe younger muhieians In thio city t
coimider the experience, of the older
musicians and realute that the promiue
of a future remunerative engagements
held out by these social imitations are
seldom or never fulfilled, and we urge
all who have the Interests of the pro
i fetiftion at heart to enroll themselves In
..RM.M.. TL...I. .J A-MU-A rUK LICillT,
, aeau.iiiHa iwiiiuia, insiJe work mxig to lwrn Twent7
C. Unger. 211 Uanle St. ChajnnUm. years of ace. Address Cha.s. Larsen. Da
m v . i ' - .
PI .Mltui 'T . Vl M i.l . Cut..
ntuw, a mm uvuuicu nn m j wui, iv suiiikivu.
Backing coagh (or a rear and I thaurfer
I badeonsofflpdoa. I tried a great auny
remodktaad I was ssder tha cars of
physicians for tereraJ months. I nA
ao bottlo of Foley's Honey and Tarj
s cored me, and I have aot been trots.
MAXDOLIN LESSONS CIVEX-iffiS
U D. Stewart, 127 Seventh street
Three sitea-Mc, 50c, $1.00.
Tha 50 cent size contains two and
no-half timet as much as the small size
tad the $1.00 bottle almxt six timea
SOLO AID BECOCKCEO IT
CHARLES ROGERS. Druggist,
FOS SElfT FUSIflSBED BOOMS.
I FURNISHED ROOMS-A LARGE
furnished or unfurnished room on
Commercial street, with gss and bath,
reasonable. Inquire at "Astorian."
10th and OUANE St.- Phon. 1891. DR. T. L. BALL,
POTTED FLANTS AND FLOWERS I Commercial 8t Aetoria Orrfio,
for sale Experienede gardeninc and
ob work of til kinds done oa short
wtice Address orders to X. C. Care
Pythian Building, AstoHa. Oregon.
Dr. W. C. LOCiAN
WOOD! WOOD! WCOD!
Cord wood, mJU wood, bos wood, ay 678 Commercial St..abanahan BnlMlog
u-au wt www a i igwni prices, aveuy,
the transfer sua. Thont sioi Mala,
Bars oa Twelfth, opposite opera
O SPICES, 0
Abtoiuriftalry, finest1 Flavor,
f PORTLAND, OREGON.
BOARD AND ilOfMS FOR fiPVFWAT.!'
partiea can be secured at the noldeaj E. MARXIN130N
fina mrrcnani latioring, Koom 5, ovr
Coopers store, K. of P. Building. A-
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED
... I tori.
rooms with stove: also houseksning
rooms very reasonable. 578 Commercial
street. Shanahan building.
DR. C. W. BARR,
Telephone Ro.1 W,l Abiris, Oti-ein
SEASIDE DIRECTORY. f
WIWES AND LlyUOKS.
Sao Fundsco'i Icadlnf coa
vtnknco and family hotel
centrally located. Con
Tenient to all car line, and
placet of amusement and la
terest. Cafe and Grill at
tached. Rates (LOO per day
odop. Street cars direct to
hotel from and to all depots.
Saa Friflto, Cai. -
FOR RENT-FOUR UNFURNISHED iDflRTVCnVl a lllfnrnnivn
.... , vihjwh oa aaibiconnnil
wv... . a i.f hit. n .Hail SIIU
wife pivferred. Cheap rent to right
parties, 1CC1 Thirty-fourth street.
FOR RENT THREE FURNISHED
rooms for light houe keening. No
hidren. Enquire 472 Commercial street.
An up to dite r"vrt f-r f;. rt!nin.
Choice Wiuea, Lienor aud Ciua. liiie
us a call and we'll do the re.t.
0. E. HUNTER. Prop, Seaside, Ore,
Goodman Bldg. 588 Commercial 8t
UP.NITURE, Carpets, Beddino.
Stoves, Matting, Window Shades,
wMM,v 60 VEARS'
a. t r
CHINESE NO AUTHORITY.
. Saa Francisco, IVc. 22. That a Chi
nese inspector halt no authority to ad
muiiter an oath was the decision of
Judge Ilea cock yesterday and luvsuse
, of that decision Fong Shew, a Chinese
merchant under arrest for peijnry, wss
discharged and the case dismistcJ. The
OPEN ALL NIGHT
399 Bond St., cor. Ninth
FOR SALE SEVERAL CHEAP BED
room suits, lot of curtains, shades.
one range, and other housefunuVhing
articles. Apply at once 621 Exchange
. a .
LOST AND FOUND.
C. J. TKENX'IIARD
Real Estate. Ineuranaa. CammUaiai
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER.
Office 133 Ninth Street, Next to Justictl
AtiTon Mnillna aWairh A "
Snlrklf ..ri(i,ii our otiiiiion tt mkmhm u
lfw4l nofir.i, wilbiiul cburwo, lo lb
liifMill.,n I pnhlitf ntian'unta I'lHoBnnilr.
. HSSDB0W M CMMts
I'Mrnta ibrounh Mutio a (oTrtnlM
IJST-IN 8TAR THEATRE, Dis
charge papers from Company "L.1
Twenty-Third infantry, U. S. A., Finder
plea leave at this office and receive
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SECOND HAND DONKEY ENGINES
for aale, suitable for logjnniT and
hoisting purposes. For description and
price apply to F. D. KuHtner, Astoria,'
TOR SALE CHEAP HORSE, BUO-
gy and harness. Inquire Astorian of-
EMBROIDERY LESSONS GIVEN
LfRONS IN . nARDANGER EM-
broidery is given by Mrs. Julius
Ericknn. C3 West Rond at eet. Astoria.
for 25 ent per Sour.
is the simplest and strong
est of all writing marlines.
It does better work, does
it quicker, lasts longer,
and costs less in the long
run than any other type
writing machine. It is
The Worldfs Best
Let as kim! tou our Unit hook t.K.
sD about k. Typewriter supplK. M.
chiiMS rented. Stcnofrapbert furaitbei.
Tho Smith Prat
I bni1tnfnlf llliiatnf m Mk!f. I fM nr.
triatl'.H of anf ntvnlinn arl. Tnm, li
Mp" New Tori
flfwwh omc. farm, WMbixlun, U.C.
Ia on Sale io
J. If. GRIFFIN'S BOOKSTORE
CTZINGEB'S NEWS DEPOT,
OCCIDENT- HOTEL OFFICE,
. SCULLY'S CIGAR STORE,
JOS. JACOBS, CIGAR STORE.
' . and - N
THE ASTORIAN OFFICE,
Tenth and Commercial fits.
15 is "ike,
TOO Dirnenie '
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Mlne or book Ut hu auJ. -" '
Think, Laurfh or Cry
J40 prijs h (Wtn for ths lt .rWo
peutlrmls that tou mil t. h.'j.T
to ttvs NatUauU Maaaia. Aodr.Z
joe qiapple; Editor