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riiWliJDAY MOHN1XG 1)ECMBR 20, it:
DAILY AblOiUA; Abi'u
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arJDIT suits made by Mc
i !j'r. IM) doubt you have
:'it clivtT'.'i'in In the style.
i.,,,.,,,, ,;.! .':: :"h nf Hie.n snils. Yet
,.. h, ., of them Is rltflit In touch with
f;i; Unien, a nil has the genuine Ktrtmp
at mm elf.ir.mce. No matter whether
you are a mail of fashion or a dresser
i.n' comfort McDonald's suits will sat
isfy your taste ami protect your puree.
?2j Commercial Street.
Ever see 11 man Who suld he had got
ten a poor drink of whh-ky at The Of
fice? Or did you ever nee a man who
did see ia man th.it w a man who
know a man who received a poor drink
ul TI19 Office? We ffuess that you will
have to admit that you never did, ae
the Hopo whisky ,xld there Bults every
one. THE OFFICE.
li.'.ve you tvn our Christmas Una of
un.li riveae? Shamdain, Eros.
The British, ships Republic and Mar
athon left out ye:-t: erday morning.
Some of the male in imbers of the Sal
vation Army have bran new regulation
The Briton ship Brftiinh Yoerrtan 1b
ex jetted down from Portland thl
For the latest styles and lowest prices
In Jackets and wraps, call at the Low
Phil fitokee1 prices on elioes are so
low that evcryibbdy who buyea Bends
Yesterday In the drawing of Hill's
Lot Club, Andrew Anderson received
Left. 17, Block 35.
Big values In Ladles' and Children's
all wool gray underwear this week at
the Low Price Store.
Tho LESS People
Everything in the line of silver novel
ties nit RoW. 8. Norrto.' Engraving
done free of charge.
A fine assortment of nuits, ctundies,
fruits, and other seasomaible goods, ait
Roes, lUg-gins & Co.'s.
thr-nn la thui they Only Cost terl centa
a cake, or twenty-five cents a box.
Editors will please take tiutlce, ays
an exchange, that tthere Is a very dan.
gerous counterfeit $2 ellver certificate
of the 1891 series abroad. As few edit
ors have seen a bill of that size since
1891. they may be easily victimized.
International exhibition of delloaoiee
alt Foard & Stokes Oo.'s. American tur
keys, mince mealt, English plum pud
ding, bloa'ters,-Scandinavian acock hah,
Holland herrings, Swiss cheese, Spanish
olives, German geese, eel, eardellan.
It will pay you to buy your Christmas
dandles of C. B. Smith, the confectioner,
us he has the finest lot of fresh aandiee
in the city. Prices from 10 certta and
15 cents per jound upwards. Special
prices for Christmas tree orders. 433
Join tlie throng that -will be served
wlrth egg-nog today at The Office. Jt
looks good, but tswtM barter.
Bring your sheet music to Delllnger
& Howe, the Binders, and have It
bound Into handsome books.
For fine holiday goods, go to 165 10th
street. Also stamping and embroidery.
Lesnons given In fancy work.
A beautiful new line of umbrellas,
handsome Wandles, Jut tho thing for
presents, ait the Low Price tore.
Robt. S. Norrls has Juat received from
New York a nice selection of the finest
Australian opals. Call and see them.
::: GLOVES :::
For Bala hy
Cor. Commercial and 9th Sts,
An Illinois Town
Ten yearn ago had only one cigar fac-
tory employing live hands. It also had
a young men's business association
whoso work was to boom the town.
One of the things the BHHoclatlon rec
ommended was for smokers to smoke
their town's cigars, talk their town's
cigai-B, and agree to smoke none other.
The result Is, that today that town has
The latest Btyles in Jewelry received
almost daily at Robt. S. Norrls', Nle
mi's old stand, 460 Commercial street,
A baby girl was born to the wife of
David Tweddle, of MlahaiwiaQca, on Sat
urday of last week. Mother and child
Members of the B. P. O. E., have you
seen the new and elegant Elk charms,
rings, pins, etc. that Robt. 8. Norrls
has Just received? 11
At 2 o'clock ithls afternoon t'here will
be literary exercises ait tihe Astoria Se
lent School, A cordlail Invlteution Is ex-
tended to Ui patrons iand friends, ' I
By the time the carpenters get
th-nouE'ih. with the old Htwne dock, t
will be an unfamiliar alghlt to Asttoriane,
The removal of the steamer Dixon to
that wharf will change the old deserted
building Into quite a bustling place,
and add greatly to It he business of that
There wbb a rumor aflotai yesterday
,tlw the Poatal Telegraph Company will
run a tine Into Adtorla upon the com
pletion of the Goble road, using that
rigMt-of-way for their wire. Whether
ahls is so or not, has ndt been verified
from headquarters, bult tt is well known
thalt It Waa long beem the desire of that
company to secure an office In Astoria.
To bt given ky the
Fisher's Hall, Dec. 31, 1894.
(New Year"! Ev.)
Tickets can be had of any
member- of the band or at the
principal cigar 'mid tationery
Good piusle has been Secured for the
BenJ Young, James Hare,
C. J. Trenchard, Alex. Campbell,
BenJ. Worsley, C. J. Curtis,
Y. M. I. ANNIVERSARY.
They Gave a DeligWlful Entertainment
In Kenney's Hall Last Night.
' Yesterday Ibetng the aiuilvenaary of I
the opganlzaltlan of the Young Men's
Instiitulte In this city, the occasion wtas
observed by a very pleasant entertain
ment at Kearney's Hiall. By 8 o'clock
ever? avtailllaJble sdait was occupied, and
relaiWves of the partldlpiainitH, as well
es friends of itlhe order and a good
iBhare of the general public. After a
Who says farming don't pay In Clat- tow inltroductory remarks of welcome
sop courJty7 Local poulltry dealer in prdent Kerney, the program was
Itirbt. S. Norrls is making exceptional
low prices on waiwhes for Oie holidays.
Don't full to rail and examine tils
stock and price before purchaaing.
6. E. UUlngcr Is tli-3 agent In Astoria
for the celebrutud Gumbrlnus Hottled
Uter. of Portland. Dr P him a postal
card and he will call for your oidcr.
Keokuk, Iowa, were quoting the follow
ing prlcea for live poultry: Chickens,
4 cents; turkeys, 4 1-2 cents; ducks, 4 1-2
cents; eee, 3 cenits per pound. These
prices seem ituther low compared to
those TJ3fld to ul" Clatsop county ranch
ers. TUrKeys in ranas aty wre rtruuiuiK
In the redigtibbrtiood of 18 cents a pound.
Alt the home of the bride's mother,
MiH3 Kate May Logam was Joined 1m
wedlock this morning alt 6 o'clock, to Mr.
Gw. W. Weldon, of this city. The hap
py couple will be passengers on today's
iftaimw for CaWfonvta., where they will
spend their honeymoon, returning to
Afftioni'a several weeks hence. The brid
Lb one of Astoria's moHt charming so-
ticily young latWea, aind has lived In
Afl'jorSii since onlldhood. The groom is
in estimable young genitlemam, well
known as assistant engllneer of the
lighthouse tender Mianaanlita. Only the
reliitlvea of the conltnatttilng parties
were preen(t, laimang them Mrs. J. W.
Caliiey, of Portland, sHrfter of the bride.
To prevent lamp chimneys from
orVuklng, put tihem Into a kutitle of
cold Walter, gr.idua:lly healt lit until it
bolls, ia,ad then let lit as gradually cool.
Samples of thoas new carbon prints
K.om) population, 1,500 of whom work in that are permanent and will not fade
cigar factories. V. P. Bi'hlebo mnnu-
fuoturea the LA BICLLld ASTORIA,
mid if the smokers of this city would
be loyal to their town and follow the
example set by theua people of Illinois,
it might prove as prolltaule on invest
ment as the encouragement of a rail
A Fine Line of
can now bo seen at Crow's gallery
Just the thing for a Christmas present
A man In Mellxourne has a trailned
kaneiamxK Ho mlnkea lit Jump long dls-
talnneB by unHWUng it with a red-hot!
poker, it lumg'est Jump is 34 feet 7
In cilies. ,
Blank books of every kind and de
scription, turned out on short notice
by Delllnger & Howe, the binders, at
Portland prices, We guarantee our
work to be the beat. i
If trade keeps pouring Into the doors
of Albert Dunliir'a tJie next week as
It baa In the pi. he will be itlte man
who will hold the first montgage on the
lildVU wave of proHKnlty,
Watches Sterling and
Diamonds Plated Ware
Silver Novelties, for
Solid Gold and Holiday
Plated Jewelry, Presents
Fred Siula, (he entei-pi'Mng harness
maker, cornea to th fitinlt this year with
a hnKlHome inns auiend-ir, advertising
his butdnem. They were placed In every
burflneiw house In the city. ''"'
Tomorrow Mr. Normlle, the Portland
contriintor, Is auppoaedi to sign the con
tract awarded him tor clearing the pipe
line rlghlt of wn.y, end file the necessa
ry (bonds required by tlhe waitier com
million. It Is understood that Mr. Nor-
irille Ir.ends aeourinf? aa tnuch of his
liielp Jn tihls city as posslMe, which
nwwa rtw.ift ithere will be Uttle excuse
for ny Hdle -men here (this winter.
By the tilme the right of Way Is clear
ed, work will proa.bly have commenced
on the railroad, and a renewid activity
will take place. With a moat success
ful flying eiaaon ended a few months
iSo, itlhe cffliitemplaited Walter works Im
provements and railroad building near
it Jiand, there is little to dilscduraige peo-
pie. for some tllme Ito come, alt least.
opened ty a pleasing organ voluntary
by Mrs. M. Callrna. Then followed in
agreeable order several solo, recita
tions, and quartettes, in which the par-
ttotpanits did greait credit to themselves.
At (he close of Ithe program the audi
ence dlsporssd Wtth the feeling th'.nt they
hlad passed a very pleasant evening.
It is the Indention of this order to give
several eritortaJnments and sociables
now and then during ithe winter, to
which all are cordially invited.
Those Who Badlsted in the program
were the Misses DeaJy, Grant, Feeley,
Burns, McCue, Shllyely, Sovey, McCann.
IUnn1ng, Kerney, and Messrs. Cailrns.
KelVey, and Qulnn. Also the Upper-
town Maindolln Club, Whltfh furnished
several good musical aeledMons for the
A rare treat ta In dtore for Astoria dur
ing the ihollduys, viz., a leoture on Ben
Hur, profusely illU9tira;ed by stereop-
ticon views, by Hon! Jno. W. Fairbanks,
under the auspices of the Literary As-
aouialBlon, Friday everting, December 28,
In the M. 'E. Church. DonU fail to be
GRACE CHURCH NOTICES.
The Sunday school room will be open
tlhia evening and ievery evening this
week for the tying of the Christmas
greens. All are requested to help. Even
ing prayer Wednesday, Friday and Sat
urday ait 7 o'clock." Choir rehearsal
Thursday and Friday evenings. Holy
Communion Frid'ay"(St. Thomas' Day)
at 10 a. m.
THE NOTORIOUS TURK GANG.
Uendlnu Jeweler, oo Commorrlal St.
MturU. Or. Honest Goud--Luw Prkci.
INnHland, Ih'ci. 19. For WaKhIng"toii
Oivttun and Id.itio, rain or snow; sllg'hJ
temiK'iature cliiiuiges; ga.Ies on the coast
Every body knows how good fir wood
Is, but It must be good, and that is the
kind that the AHtoria Wood Yard hu
to offer you. Ordors left at Curnahan &
Co.'s, or at the Wood Yard.
If you laro looking for iHaa-gains In
Jewelry and l lvrH-are, and want to
M'a a lnely selected s'tock, go lo Robt.
Norris, His slock is eivtiivly new and
lrice pofilt'lvcly tJie lowest.
The proinri'tor of a bakery at Jack
sonvllle wi.w considered an excellent
ook until he dumpej all his cove oys
ters and eraokem Into a "liuik ocitl" ajnl
Local veatner lor tne tweniy-iour , f, ., between two davs.
hours ending at 6 p. nu yesteruay, iur
tilshed by the United States Deport
ment of Agriculture, weather bureau.
MUvlmum tenipjWture, 46 degrees.
Jflnlmum tempeixuturo, 34 degrees,
Total preclltutloii fivm Septomber
1st, m, to daite, 31,31 luetics.
Kx!! of precipitation team Septem-
bvr lilt, 18? t, ito date. 3.52 inehea.
The Only Restaurant.
Under tihe auspices of the Vlavi Com-
Ituiy, Jennie Broughton, or San Fran
will give a free talk to Indies on tht
utije.it of htviMh 1st 2;30 Thtw-sduy after
noon, Divember 20, In room 18, Plavel
We are told that wo are selling th
best wood In town for the money, We
cotifeBS It -we've mode a dead set to
have thrt Scow Bay Wood Yard catch
the best trad in town, Ofuee opposite
c Swoi about decorating.
We are the ! a.l.-m. iShanaliiitn Brvm.
Foard & Slokes Co. have secured the
aireney of the famous STEWART'S
TWINES, tho only GENUINE FLAX
TWINE manufactured In IRELAND.
Their new stock goods are much u-
I perlor to any other kind.
See gwope ubout decorating and slgnj
Phannhnn liiiw,' for hollJuy goods,
hanithaii lSn..' for ,j-sl
ill. m Bivs.' f"T d.". goods piv-
'i'8 Cf'C.liil V. i1
: i s rz'r i:-;:'.tf
The fculli cf Aatoria are Invited to
vll wnd iee wfuit o.ui b'. d.i In the
line of j) ilii mt fancy cooking wkh
C.'";! ilene. Kxpeit cooks will exhibit
nu t exiila'.a rtn merits toddy In the
w h o of K via, HUrg-iiia t
Trouble broke out again yesterday on
.he w.'l'erfrimt, wys itheTaieomli Union
when the irark 'Soulthern Chief finished
liMittng whoa't Bind Oaptoin Plumb un
itoMtook to engage a crew. WTtihln llhe
pst-t tiwo weeks Ithe bbairdlnir-houBe
nocltera, Thomas Qplgley and Turk
Wright, ihave oome (to an agreement.
i.ind ncVtlher will furnish any sailors for
tens thim $20 a mortth. They demiind
t40 adviance money for etach sailor, and
?10 hen us for ingiigftng the crew. Cap-
tain Plumb, ift iipea.ra, waa willing to
nay $20 a monith nd advance $20 per
man. birt refused to advarooe more, and
would nrtt pay the $10 bonus.
The lnoiijll!ng-hnise master declined
to) furnish n. orew unles their demands
were acceded to. Captain Plumb want
ed tem imtui, ind proceeded to engage
ihem himself. He suoeeeded In getltlng
lx men iand tiiiok Hihem on board. This
K'onrrsd In the morning, and aoon afl:er
vion Philip! ng ComfnilMoner J. F. Stee-b
tuuvT t! to n!gn !lh? men. This done, the
men Karted ashore n.t 3 o'clock in the
'.()iei'7 n ti secure their effeWts prenar-
iitory Ito selling ifMs morning.
The hi.i.i'Vng hour musters, bnt on
'jrevpntlng Cpti1n Plumib from getting
i crew mliw thnuvrh them, gathered
the eatlor in their twaixllng houses
'Wher and rnrlt the rtx men on the
i'ho.if m-hen Wiey attemirtted Rx land,
ivSMud bait tie ensued, in which t he
.rk'a crew gvit very much the worst of
I'., and W. Noonan and M. Connery
were vei-y severely lieaiten before they
escnped wl h their companions to the
Urot and returned to the ahtp.
Caiiftiiln Plumb culled the Old Town
l ilhv. wrn diKpo.Tacid the pang from the
bowrdinj houses, and (the crew were per-
misted hi come ashore. Or a in Plumb,
to complfito his crew, engaged two men
from maeh of tlie bmu-dlng houses.
V.'ho said sj.ips? Nice aoapsT Cheap
nv-l'd? Yea, th.i.ie bouimi In the lw
window of the Prlm-Craln Drug Etor
.an iu"t be beaten, anl the Kxiuty of ; Or., sole agent.
FOUND THEM THE BEST.
THIS la to certify that I have used
Miiuso s HeitUaetie Cansulea nerhxli-
enllv for over a year, and have very
much pleasure lr atatinar thut thev
have always proved very benetteial and
r-nve relieved me In from ten to tlfteen
minutes I have bi-en a sufferer from
headache for nmnv years, nnd have
never fourd anything to do me aa
"linen good as KraiiMe'a Headache Cap
silea Yours Trulv,
f t Poplar Kt.. Wichita, Kan.
For sale hy Chas. Roaoia. Astoria,
'HAT. TO BUY FOR CHRISTMAS.
! r i.iiiii; -i leio,; V r ii-.: rsr:"rf ".! Hl!rr PN'H Knia F.wlia un I Stworis Owu-e Rt,l Hrrv
'.-, a--! '. - H i!t tN'Iltr aial Spa In Fancy China, Cups ami Mmeert Jra n '- l".--s r 5
l'.,l,l U'are-i'oeket Kii vea -KKW1 N i MV.''It.VK'4-A. Litr A-srtrtmeTit f.t"refnl
- ; ' :!''' 1 -" t asift neut of Iniiiortevl and lKjoieatic Fancy Crockery (JUswure snj S.lvor
,, ., ' i i n :" I ln appref!tel.
. i i D.i;i) fv WTOICKS COMPANY. (Incorporated.)
A school girl or younir ladv
panion during the winter months by a
muy uviiiir near tjourt street School.
win Dosu-u free. Address F. C, thta
Leave your orders for turkeys, geese,
or dhlcikens, with Ross, Hlgglns & Co.
The only house having a full and
eimplef.e stock, fcilvanuhnn Bros.
Shoes and blues rhyme, but If you
Duy our shoes, you will never have
me Diues. ine rail stock Is now ready,
and every bit of the extravagance has
ueen taken out of the prices. Good
man 6E 10. x
What Is the ubb to go and pay 12 1-2
centa for a cigar when you can get the
Robert Mantell at Chas. olsen's for in
iwnm, me next Havana c irar n Ih.
imuivei, Hum ana rree smoking.
Meany Is the leading tailor and pays
the hlirh-Kt mil, r,rin ... .i.i.
d -- - - - fiio " " 1 HI Btwiia.
"A TALENTED EDITOR."
r . i . w .
ueiuiemen.- i naa occasion to use
several boxes of Krause'a Headache
Capsules while traveling to Chicago to
attend the National Democratic Con
vention. They acted like a charm In
preventing neauaehes and dizziness.
Have had very little headache since
my return, which Is remarkable.
JOHN U. SHAFFER,
Ed. Renovo fPa.l Record.
For sale by Chas. Itonera. Astoria.
or., soie agent.
A THOUGHTFUL PERSON.
Consults hie best Interests bv havlne
a box of Krause'a Headache Capsules
at nana: laKen as directed will prevent
or atop any kind of a headache, no
matter what the cause In fact 1( vour
skull were cracked It would prevent
pain. The frequency of the attacka
will diminish, and by taking the cap
ulea at the approach of a headache,
you will never have another. Twenty
five centa per box.
For aale by Chaa. Rogers. Aatoria
Oregon. Sola Agent
Air kinds of
H. A. SMITH
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building,
over C. H. Cooper'a atore.
W. C. LOGAN, D. D. 8..
Mansell Elock, 573 Third street.
J. E. LaFORCE, D. D. S.
HAS DENTAL PARLORS.
In the -F'nvel
building, opposite Occident
W. M, LAFORCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 5, 6 and 7, Flavel i
SILAS B. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Flavel'a brick building.
FKANK J. I'AYl.Oll. J NO. T. LlOHrKK.
TAYLOR & LIGHTER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY,
OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE.
May be found in his olilce until It
o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until 2
p. m., and from S until 7:30 evenings.
J. Q. A. BOWLBT,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Office on Second St:?et, Astoria, Or.
DR. EILIV JANSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office over Olsen's drug store. Hours, 10
to 12 a. m.; 2 to G and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun
days, 10 to 11.
LIBERTY P. MULLINIX, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. .
Office, 6S4',-i Third Bt, Astoria, Ore.
Special attention given to all chronlo
DR. O. B. EHTE3,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Special attention to diseases of wom
en and surgery.
Office over DanzlgerV store, Antorla.
Telephone No. 52.
2? WISE CliOTHljG STORE.
X PRESS OFFICE NEXT DOOR.
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND
Office, Rooms & and 6, Pythian
Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to
5. Residence, 639, Cedar street
FOR SALE Household furniture. W.
I. Crawford, Agent.
JAPANESE GOODS. -Just out Just
received Just what you want, at Wing
Lee's, 529 Third street
WANTED An Intelligent woman to
mianae a blanch olilce; address O, 25,
WANTED A competent girl for cen.
eiul housework. Apply in morning at
residence of Geo. H. George, 3S4 31st st.
WANTED A servant for , ceneral
housework. Apply at the rooms over
Ekstrom's Jewelry Store. J. T. Lighter.
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
in every Department
for Ladies, Gents and
J5.00 to $15.00 PER DAY at home sell
ing Lightning Plater, and plating Jew
elry, watchea, tablewear, etc. Every
house has goods needing plating. No
experience; no capital; no talking; some
agents are making $25 a day. Perma
nent position. Address H. K. Delmo
& Co., Columbus, Ohio.
WANTED To rent An upright piano
:or four or live months. Must be in
ffo id order. Inquire at the Astorian
WANTED A young rnlan to look af
ter a lish and game market Must fur
niih references. Address, A. B, Asto
Before the Assort
ments are Broken-up.
CALL ON P. BAKER, 478 Third St,
and have your clothes dyed and
WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on
Handley & Haas, 150 First street, and
get the Dally Astorian. Visitors need
not miss their morning paper while
BOARDING AND ROOMS.
Three or four nicely furnished front
room! tor housekeeping, $15; two
rooms partly furnished for housekeep
ing, $6; 618 Bond street.
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
sun ana .uuane streets.
rfn niiisr two or tnree rooms,
furnished for light housekeeping, cheap.
Apply G. V. Porter's furniture store,
17 Bond street
Ifltht tt Honors World' Fair.
Patrons are ressectfully requested to call in the
morning to avoid the afternoon rush.
STORE OPEtf EVENINGS.
A pura Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
own Ammonia, Alum or any otiier adulterant
43 YEARS TH3 STANDARD.
C. H. COOPER,
Leading Dry Goods and Clothing House of Astoria.
PILOT COMMISSIONERS The reg
ular meetings of this board will be held
on the first Monday of each month at
10 a. m.t at the office of Robb & Par
W. L. Robb. Sec.
NOTICE T'ie regular meetings of
the Aetorta Building and Loan Associa
tion are held at 8 p. m. on the first
'Vednesday of each month. Office on
Genevieve atreet, south of Chenamua.
W. L. ROBB. Secretary.
WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zln
fandel wine Instead of coffee or tea,
fc1fty cents t-r gallon. Don't forget
peach and aprlcct brandy. Also French
trac and wine at Alex Gilberfa.
ONLY THE PUREST Wloes and
liquors are sold at Alex Campbell's
OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. IX L O."
O. F. Regular meetings of Ocean En
campment No. 13. la the Odd Fellows
Building, at 7 p. m.. on the second and
fourth Mondays of each month. So-
Journlng brethrea cordiaily iartted.
aj ww C. a.