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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER C, 1894
Of ready-made triggers will answer If
you can stand In a barrel all day.
They're hardly safe to. wear about the
Some kinds of ready-made clothing
look very well behind plate glass win
dows, when all pressed up, embellshed
with bright sateens and millinery bou
quets. It never looks as well else
where. The prices on such goods will posi
tively surprise you.
It may even sometimes occur that
you'll wonder how they are sold so
cheap. You'll wonder leas if you ever
try mem. experience Is a powerful
nesday next at 7:30 p. m. Children's
class at 1 p. m. Saturday, at 17 Bond
THE STANTON PARTY.
The Bandorllle left out yesterday
afternoon, after taking: on coal at the
Hollyrood dock. She goes to Southern
Eastern Capitalists and Astorlans En
tertained at a Banquet.
The Prlntz-Craln Drug Co. now have
'one of the most complete stocks of
goods In their line to be found any
where on the Pacific Coast.
The expected party of Eastern cap-! . ; ; ,
italists arrived in the city on the Tel-1 "ot ?, X"0 . .
IWlflOftj' DUIU HI 1I1G Vlll-C WILU , Ullier
whiskies sola In this town. That's the
ephone yesterday afternoon acconv
panled my Messrs. Stanton and Camp
bell, and were at' once escorted' to the
Mr. Thompson, who got his leg so
badly crushed by a rock at the Jetty, Occident Hotel, where they spent the
Is slowly Improving, and is as well as hours until 8 o'clock In making the ac-
could be expected.
qualntance of the leading business men
and property owners of the city. The
party Included Gen. John H. Bryant,
The Prlntz-Craln Drug Co. are soon
to move their stock into the KInnev
teacher. Better profit by the other fel- building, formerly occupied by the As- and J' C Stanton' New York; H; J
ftorla National bank.
lows' whenever you can,
We're the apostles of good "honor
bright" clothing, preaching it all the
lime, ana practicing what we preach.
523 Commercial Street
Parties sending communications for
publication in the Astorlan win please
wnerevcr it is convenient to do so,
have them typewritten It will save
a great deal of annoyance If this rule
m strictly compiled with.
Portland, Nov. 6 For Western Ore
gon and Western Washington, rain,
warmer; gales on the coast.
,For Eastern Washington and Eastern
Oregon, fair weather, followed by rain,
Local weather for the twenty-four
hours ending at 6 p. m. yesterday, fur
nished by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture, weather bureau.
Maximum temperature, 52 degrees.
Minimum temperature, 41 degrees.
Precipitation. .07 inph.
Toto.l precipitation from September
mi, iaat, 10 uaie, is.bz incnes.
Excess of precaution from HepUm-
uer mi, ioai, 10 aate, 5.U7 inches.
Cake tins, pudding pans, pie plates,
waffle irons, caka cutters, and a com
plete line of crockery and table ware dining hall of the hotel, accompanies
Kimball; of Atlanta, Ga.; Judge II. G.
Struve, of Seattle; J. F. Campbell, of
Detroit, and J. J. Shafer, of Chicago.
At 8 o'clock the party filed Into the
whole story, and every word counts
for its full meaning.
for Thanksgiving at Foard & Stokes
Street Superintendent Chadwick will
find a hole In the street In front of
Engine House No, 2, and one In the
street opposite the' Gas Company's of
by a number of citizens, and were soon
engaged as the guests of Mr. Stanton
In disposing of tempting viands pre
pared for the occasion. When siieech
making was In order. Mayor Kinney
who presided, Introduced General
Stanton, prefacing the lntrjductlon
with a few felicitous remarks. General
Boys who get so awful tired nicking Bryant quickly responded, stating that
up chips at .home think nothing of "e Bnu "1B '"emw imu om iur
walking about the beach turning over tne Purpose or looking over tne neia
rocks for hours to find a crawfish or nere ana 10 'ea lr tne Duuamg or
(w0 , ran ron a wouia oe a pronianie invest'
ment. He had no doubt money could
The tug Fearless arrived In yester- be Beeured, but reminded the Asto
day with the British ship Primrose Hill rlans that their hearty co-i-peration
from San Francisco to load wheat, would be required.
She started out Immediately to bring! Mr. Kimball was next called upon,
1 p the Fiery Cross. I and related some personal experience
In Atlanta to show what could be done
Do you want a heating stove? Noe
if all Interests harmonized in this city.
Doesn't have to whistle all the time
In order to make its presence known.
By the same or a similar token it Isn't
necessary for us to keep telllnar you
of tho pureness of our celebrated Hope
Whiskey. There is hardly a day passes
but what we are told by men who
walk blocks and pass other places to
get to ours, that it Is the best liquor on
THIS WEEK ONLY.
Ladles' Ulnrltz Gloves, 85c; 'former
price, $1.00. Ladles' Kid Gloves, large
buttons, 11.50; former price, $2.00.
Black Eskay Kid Gloves, $1.20; former
price $1.50. Colored Eskay Kid Gloves,
$1.20; former price, $1.60. Every pair
of Eskay Gloves warranted.
jC On,. lit. . Y. i I 1 I
the newest styles, the choicest designs. ha hrllyht ani,
It.. J 1 - mi I " ' " " " ",CIS
- u : eve.yuay vu.ues. jney in- ehould not be a city of 100,000 inhabi
vue inspection. ,. at th. nllth , tha rnU,-Ma
Considerable drift wood along the JMge struve stated he was not
beaches Is being cut up Just now, and "'ranger in Astoria, having been here
manv a horn will .t in n wintpv-. manv years ago and partaken of the
supply with nothing out, more than "svll"Y many or me 01a citizens,
the labor of cutting it He llttd elvy believed that Astoria
was aesiinea to Decome an important
There has been a good deal of. buz- city, and was fairly convinced that
zing going on since the Scow Bay Wood the time was not far distant when she
Yard got to handling coal and giving would get her proper Ehare of the buu-
20,000 pounds for a ton. Their office Is
opposite Fisher Brothers' store.
Parties wishing a fine box of bon bon
candles, should go to C. B. Smith's,
where they can always find the largest
assortment of fine candles In the city.
lness of the Northwest.
Speeches were then made by B. Van
Dusen, S. Elmore, G. Wlngate, Judg&
Lighter, C. W. Fulton, Ben. Younir.
and C. R. Thompson.
Mr. Stanton was- the last speaker
called upon, and he did not detain the
Fresh candles manufactured dally. 3Lm.Rnv Inn . ,,. ... .
Commercial street. . . ,. ,. .
" " 1UI LUC LUl LUDC Ul
talking business, hut hoped to do so in
the near future.
The entertainment was brought to a
The Y.'s will hold a special meeting
this afternoon at 4:00 o'clock, in Rescue
Vinlf nfr ... V. I V. ttra Af T Vint.,... will
address the members, and others who I . ' ,c''
are interested and anticipate becoming
members of the Y. Union.
A CHICKERING GRAND.
The Only Restaurant
Tonight the Common Council meets.
The 'State left out yesterday morning.
The county court was In session yesterday.
Many nets aro now being tied up and
stored away for the winter.
The Dixon brought down the Port
land papers Sunday afternoon.
Officer Slnnott prevented the Lurllne
warehouse from being burglarized.
D.in't miss getting all the election
news tonight at the Astorlun corner.
The British ship Pengwern arrived
down Sunday In tow of the Harvest
Yesterday morning's early hours
were about the coldeBt of the season,
thus far. "
Leave your orders for turkeys at
Foard & Stokes Co.'s, to be sure to
get a nice one.
The posrotflce has received a fresh
supply of stamped envelopes, all sizes,
plain and printed.
All the Ingredients you need for fruit
rake, plum pudding and mince pie, at
Foard & 8 tokos Co.
J, II. Mansoll left Sunday evening on For the M. E. Concert This Evening.
the T.iirllnn for Portland, where he will
I TI -II..-. . .1 ri T. 1, . .
tuke the train for San Francisco, "'" A,,en "iana, nave
where he will remain for several 8hlpP.ed a lare Chlckering grand pi-
months. He. was accompanied by Mr. fno ror.U8e at tne concert t,lls evcn"
Wilson, a civil niHnr hn ho. Wn 11 a ml"e l"e Bmna usea on
I u. nnnr.t,. m it 1 1 i i. .
visiting him for the past two weeks. w,c ul l" B'ven ay
ansa may uook on ner return irorr
If Old Probabilities thinks he can get Europe last Friday evening. The Ore
the best of Noe & Sculloy, with rain, gonlan on the tame as follows:
coia wmas, aua winter weatner gener- Line a living monster the treat
ally, he will wake up to find his mis- VhlokerlnB stood on the rostrum at the
i.. . a i t. u iirion nan last evening mute. Uctlnnt.
. , . , , t. Ii I wlt glistening Ivories, as the accom-
in-epureu iur uia i:uiniiiK uy pulling in pushed and beautiful daughter of Prof.
the finest line of heating stoves ever I E. Cook, undaunted, took her position
brought to Astoria. ln lront 01 lne mlgnty Instrument
I x'ur a. niuiiient miss uook Dausea.
Loulu Martin, the boat builder, Is wlln an earnest expression and with a
working on a scow for John Plckernel. th. at piano" seemed to know Its
it win ne 7a reet in lengtn, zs teet master. Alive to the occasion it obeyed
beam, and 7 feet deen. with a car.acltv her every wish; It bounded into life
of 75 corda of wood. The little steamer a"dle'de1 to every touch of the fulr
- . , , ... ...., ll" ,,,v' "vv Kvmie, Biiuauea, ana
,.n. viu iiiuiivura a --""i" I inen wtrqTiK. powerfuh oroducinir a
or montna ago, nas oeen taiien out oritone ana senaing rorth a rippling, bill.
tne water ana placed in the house. I um t memay, wnicn sent a
mini oi ecsiacy tnrougn tne entire
Thn ulpnmc.r 1A T,. Tlwvnr will not audience.
- I IHI.A I lt 1- I 1 , ,, ... . . .
. . ... . . i- x lie v.iiii'Kermir. w in mia f'nni
iook mucn uae ner lormer sen wnen . ,. . . .
.. , , . .. . . on fresh laurels last evening, and
the shin carpenters are through her. Lund, the xvn.w n Aiin r . ...
It will take until about the end of the I more enthuslnstlo than ever over tiio
week to complete the new bow, and fact tna' they represent the best piano
.... , . . . . uii cat in.
auw uuiiiic iicwiy piiiiiiu, biiu win lie
slipped back Into the stream. It is
thought that with the change ln the
lines of the steamer's bow that she will
be able to make much better time.
' The ladles of the W. C. T. U. have
made all the necessary preparations to
receive contributions on Thanksgiving
Day, of clothing, groceries, and any
other articles of value to the poor of
this city. It would be a generous ac
tlon on the part of the ministers of
the f nspel to announce from their pul
pits ihat thoy would receive donations
on tint day for thin charitable organi
zation, for by doing so they would be
dolnr a good deed for the poor and
need whom we always have with us.
The Astorlan suggested this plan sev.
eral weeks ago, and It was finally
approved by the public.
The election bulletins from all over
the country will be displayed tonight
from the top of the Astorlan building
with a magic lantern. The election
news will be Interspersed with pict
ures of all the most prominent candi
dates, and the public will be enter
tained throughout the whole night with
out a break. Should the weather be
rainy, the lantern effect will be so
displayed as to allow people to read
all the bulletins under the Bhelter of
the verandas from Allen's grocery
down to Danzlger's store. Otherwise
the news will be flashed across toward
the Odd Fellow's building. The dis
play will begin at 8 o'clock sharp and
will continue till 1:30 or 2 a. m.
Highest Honors VVorlJ'a Fair.
BOARDING AND ROOMS.
FOR RENT Five-room, nicely fur
nished house. Enquire Real Estate Exchange.
Tonight the Common Council will
probably take up the ordinance Intro
duced at the last meeting by CommL-u
sioner O'Hara, for the benefit of an
religious body who wished to hold
open air meetings on the public streets
of this city. Several days ago in com
menting on this bill, it was suggested
hat it was probably Intended to cover
the request of the Salvation Army;
which proved to be the case. It Is an
ordinance that should receive the fa
vorable action of the council, as Us
objects are good. There should be no
obstacles placed in the rath of the
little band of Salvationists, for they
reach a class of people who shun the
dhurcfc 'and keep themselves where
only the members of the Salvation Ar
my have successfully carried the word
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
mm Ammonia, Alum or any otiiet aauncrant
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
holding Clatsop county warrants in
dorsed prior to May 1st, 1890, to present
the same to the county treasurer for
payment as interest will cease after
Dated this 6th day of November, A.
B. L. WARD,
County Treasurer of ClatBop Co.
The Astoria Wood Yard has received
a lot of dry oak wood which 1b Just the
tning ror those wuning a cheerful
wood fire ln their open grates this
winter. Leave orders at Carnahan's
ONLY THE PUREST Wines and
liquors are sold at Alex Campbell'
WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zln-
fandel wine instead of coffee or. tea.
Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget
peach and apricot brandy. Also French
Cognac and wine at Alex Gilbert's.
Desirable residence, business and
acreage property for sale on easy and
advantageous terms Title t the Mary
II. Lcinenweber property warranted.
Call at the office of Astoria Abstract
Title an3 Truct Co., in regard to the
same. E. Z. FERGUSON.
W. W. PARKER,
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
Office. 112 Benton street Astoria, Or.
FURNISHED ROOMS With board,
or good table board by the- day or
week, with home comforts, at reason
able rates. Mrs. E. C. Holden, corner
9th and Duane streets. 1
FOR RENT Three or six nice roomi
suitable for offices or house keeping,
over Chas. McDonald, the tailor. C. B.
HOTEL. Remember McGuIre's H--tel
at Seaside is open the year around.
CALL ON P. BAKER, 478 Third St.,
and have your clothes dyed and
WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on
Handley A Haas, 150 First street and
get the Dally Astorlan. Visitors need
hot miss their morning puper while
PILOT COMMISSIONERS The reg
ular meetings of this board will be held
on the first Monday of each month at
10 a. m., at the office of Robb & Par
ker. W. L. Robb. Sec.
NOTICE The regular meetings of,
the Astoria Building and Loan Associa
tion are held at 8 p. m. on the first
Wednesday of each month. Olfice on
Genevieve street, south of Chenamus.
W. L. ROBB. Secretary.
OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. 13, 1. O.
0. F. Regular meetings of Ocean En
campment No. 13, ln the Odd Fellows'
Building, at 7 p. m., on the second ana
fourth Mondays of -each month. So
journing brethren cordially lnited.
By order u f.
WANTED Agents to represent the
old National Life Insurance Co., of
Montpelier. Vt. For further informa
tion, address G. M. Stolp, General Coast
Manager, 82-84 Crocker Building, San
CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small
means can buy real estate in Hill's first
The regular quarterly examination
of applicants for county or state teach
ers' certificates will be held at Court
street school house, beginning at 1
clock p. m., Wednesday, November
14, 1894. Applicants for county certi
ficates will be present promptly at
date mentioned and continue until
close. Applicants for state certificates
will be present Saturday, November
18, at 9 o'clock a. in. and remain
through the day.
II. S. LYMAN, Supt.
The steamer Harrison after beln
barbound at Nehalem for two weeks.
arrived in yesterday.
N. 13. Foster, a prominent rancher of
Jewell, was in the city yesterday at
tending county court.
Tomorrow a man's hat or his cigar
will be a very good Index of his po
litical opinion of New York.
Several tons of Chinese soup strings
arrived a day or two ago, from tho
Orient, via Vancouver, B. C.
A small boy nearly killed In the rush
for those mammoth 5 cent slate sponges
at the I'rlnt-Cratn Drug Store.
Astor Lodge, K. of P., will have a
social entertainment for Its members
on the evening of the 14th Inst.
The Esknsonl left out yeBlerdny with
4J.9CS sacks of wheat for Quenstown,
Her cargo was valued at $37,000.
The steamship Elder, with a large
cargo of flour, consigned to China porta,
left out yesterday for Vancouver, B, C.
You can buy the best eating nnd
cooking apples In the city for the Inast
money at the rrooery store of Howell
& Want. Try them.
6. E. Utxlngcr in Un agent In Astoria
for the celebrated Gunibrtmis V'ltt'et
Beer, of Portland. Dr p htm a postal
card onl ho will call for your Older.
Those wtBhlnf to Join Mrs. Flnek'a
adult singing cluss will meet on Wed
Tomorrow evening the celebrated ac
tor R. E. French and 'his comedy com
pany will commence a season of three
nights, the opening piece being the ex
citing comedy drama entitled "The
rhoenlx." On Thursday evening the
grett play entitled ' The Golden Giant1
will lie produced, nnd on Friday night,
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," will be
produced. Popular prices will prevail
25, 60, and 75 cents. Seats now on, sale
at the New York Novelty Store.
Mr. I. N. Foster was ln town yester
day, and states that Alex. Crawford
who on October 30th conducted a re
ligious meeting at Jewell, and left a
10 o'clock that evening for home, has
not been heard from since. He was
due. at Sunnyslde on the following
week, but not showing up a search was
Instituted. His skiff was found float
Ing right side up and nearly filled
with water. He was 47 yeara of age,
a rancher near Jewell,-and a member
of Portland's Salvation Army.
Preparations for next year's opera
tlons are already In progress among
many of the sealing fleet. A lesson
tauiiht by last season's sealing was that
an ei rly start In absolutely necessary
In order that a schooner should get
the full advantage of the limited sea
son. Not only does this apply to the
vessels that cruise on this coast but It
applies with almost total force to the
Japanese const fleet. One of the prin
cipal reasons given by the unsuccessful
sealers for their poor catches this yea
was that of being late In getting te
work, and thereby missing probably
the best part of the season, when ths
seal herds were as yet undisturbed.
AUCTION SALS OF DRY GOODS.
Dress Goods, etc.; special sale for la
dles, Wednesday and Friday afternoons,
at ! p. m. Consignees' sale, coo Com
LIST OF LETTERS.
Remaining unclaimed at the United
States postoffiee at Astoria, Oregon
November 6th, 1894:
Altman, M. Christiansen, L'
Berg, J. Dumphy, John.
Tersons calling for these letters will
please state the date on which they
were advertised. They will be charged
for at the rate of 1 cent each, as per
tectlon 557, P. L. and R.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I have this day sold to John Svenson
all my Interest In the store known as
the "Old Corner" tobaccos, cigars,
cutlery, notions, etc. All bills for or
vgalnst me will be presented to me at
the old stand. I wish to thank my
former patrons and ask for a contin
uance of the same with Mr. Svenson,
THE FIRST USED.
In the advertisement of soloists at the
concert at the Methodist church Tues
day evening, tUe names of Miss Edith
Conn( pianist, and Mr. Frederickson,
violoncellist, were inadvertantly omitt
ed. Miss Conn, besides gtvlhg a solo
and duett. Is te accompany the singer.
The superb Chlckering grand piano.
sent by the Wiley B. Allen Company.
of Portland, especially for this concert.
is the first grand piano ever used in a
concert In Astoria.
LOTS FOR $2.-Call at the. Astoria
Real Estate Exchange and get a lot
In Hill's First Addition for $2.
$75.00 A WEEK paid to ladies and
gents to sell the rapid dish washer.
Washes and dries them ln two min
utes without wetting the hands. No
experience necessary: sells at sight;
permanent position; AddreBs W P. Har
rison & Co., Clerk No. 14. Columbus,
FOR SALE I offer for sale the fol
lowing at a bargain, either for cash or
on time; will sell all or part: I box
stove, good condition; 1 coal stove, 1
carpet sweeper, 4 window shades, lamps
and chandelier, 5 pairs Indian clubs, 1
set (4) swinging :.. , ) pair parallel
rings, one leather lo.ered Jumping
horse (extension legs) 1 dumbell, (75
pounds) 1 horizontal bar, (first class),
with stays and posts. 1 set patent par-
JAPANESE GOODS. -Just out-Just f"el bal'3' 1 orSan- and numerous other
received Just what you want, at Wing ' yy. j CRAWFORD, Agent.
Lee's, 629 Third Btreet. Corner 9th and Commercial streets.'
Oregon's Great Seaport.
B,, A. SMITH
. Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian, Building
over j. a. cooper s store.
W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S..
Mansell Block, 673 Third Btreet
LaFORCE, D. D. S.
HAS DENTAL PARLORS.
Flavel building, opposite Occident
W. M. LAFORCE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Rooms 5, 6 and 7, Flavel s Brick
SILAS a SMITH,
ATTORNEY i.T LAW.
Office tn Flavel'a biiuk building.
kka.sk J. Taylor. Jn.i. T. Liiiiitkr
TAYLOR & LIGHTER.
ATTOKNEiS AT LAW,
J. Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Office on Second Buret Astoria, Or.
DR. EILIV JANSON.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Olsen's drug store. Hours. K
to 12 a. m.: t to 6 and 7 to 8 D. m. Sun
days, 10 to 11.
LIBERTY P. MULLINIX. M. D..
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office. 6S4tt Third st, Astoria, Ore.
Special attention given to all chronlo
Mr. H. F. L. Logan and Mr. J. P.
Eberman. of Seaside, are in the city.
Captain Brown, of Brown ft McCabe.
returned to Portland last night.
S. S. Gordon, cashier of the First
National Bank, la over on Shoalwaterl
w.y snooting qucks. lie will return I DOCTOR ALFRED KIVXET
jiuo umo ma inner pari or mis week.
DR. a B. ESTE3,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Special attention to disease of wom
en and surgery.
Office over Danzig'' nr. Aatnrin
Telephone No. r2.
JAY TUTTLE, M. D,
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON. AND
Office, Rooms . I and (. Pythian
Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to
6. Residence. 639. Cedar atreot
Dr. fnce's Cream Biking- Powder
World's Fair ttlg'Mst Award.
OFFICE AT J1I3 RESIDENCE.
May b found ln his office until It
o'clock mornings, from U boob until
p. m and from C until T :W evening.
The prediction of shrewd old John
' Jacob Astor Is about to be fulfilled. The
city of Astoria, Oregon, la about to
become the greatest seaport and me
tropolis of Northwestern America.
Its location and resources have at
tracted the attention of capital, and It
is today the best field for the invest
ment of money, brains and muscle on
the AmeiUan continent.
Thto "Largest civilized city in the
world without a railroad," is to exper
'" ience the. Impetus of a connection ln
different ' directions with two of the
greatest continental railway systems.
Astoria's harbor advantages (the
best on the whole Pacific Coast) are
now understood and appreciated; Its
fishing Interests (already paying to the
; hands employed in the salmon canneries
alone over $250,000 of wages each
month) are to be augmented by the
Investment of outside capital and the
erection of large and latest Improved
. plants. The Immense forests of Ore
' gon pine surrounding the city are to
' be converted into lumber for the Aus
tralian, Chinese, Japanese, and South
, American markets.
The great coal fields within a few
miles of the city are to be immediately
opened, and the product thereof shlpp
" ed in every direction.
'A dairying region unsurpassed ln the
whole world Is -to be opened up and
afforded an outlet to market.
A harbor, better than that of San
Francisco, and the only one with this
exception on tin more than two thous
and miles of Pacific coast Is to be
supplied with Increased dockage and
coaling facilities, and Immense grain
elevators will be built to store and load
the wheat of the Columbia basin direct
ly on the merchant fleets of the wrld.
Astoria offei-s openings for many new
Industries, nimely, grist mills, . saw
mills, paper mills, stave, box, barrel
a.id tub factories, show case 'forks,
sash and door factories.
There will be room for many live,
energetic and wide-awake men and
women with or without money. All
inquiries promptly answered. Papers
and data supplied on application.
STOWS IJ1FORPTI0J1 BUREAU.
, Astoria, Oregon.