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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1895)
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i.hc t - j ) Sit iiitl you have
, . I a hi dh .' :i"H i.i l ne style.
. ...iii in.' !i r-f rills. Yet
,." . j J,.... (if IM-MI Is .-i 'llt III ti.lli tl Will)
t . !;;. ,nI h is Ibo pemitno stamp
..j 't'i-i' tifi'.mw. No matter whether
T,',H 'am a man .f fashion or a dreswr
f.,f . ...nfori McIJi'tiald's mi It 8 will sat-
523 Commercial Street.
4 4 -"yUT ME ON THE LIST
I (QU of your rcRular patrons," saU
i, 'J) new cus'oiner on Wednesday. "It
Is the first time I have been here,"
he ,iJjfd, "but I know fiuoJ whiskey when I drink It
,.)d lh.it is the best I have tasted for months."
The experience of one who has tried and tested
HOPE whMtey will be the experience of every new
patrun. It Is this brand of whiskey that has gained
for Tile OFFICE hundreds of steady patrons and
made Its bar the most popular for tenilemen In the
For any kind of coal, hard or soft,
or coke, the beat place to get It la of
the Astoria Transfer Company 423
Commerolal street, Telephone No. 12.
What we WISH
Is a plain talk with Astoria psople.
Does municipal patriotism pay? What
Bay vou. reader7 How many of us think
of this when we come to sending
money'.' Yet, the fact is, we should al
ways think of it.
Suppose that we all traded away
from home. How long would it be
1. f,i'B Astoria would ka deserted be
fore its vacant buildings would Bland as
In ft dead oily? , ,
u h,,i,t ir in h the nnrt of wisdom.
the part of duty, for every resident of
Astoria to uuy in ABionu, aim m
AHtoria made goods), whenever ho can
1... .,....i u ...ii na m oiii be abroad
Hinniipm of Astoria, think of this
when buying cigars and call for the
Ls. Belle Astoria clgur.
ar,, ta If Tialf the mothers In As
i.mro Vioiifht n nalr or two of
thoKS LITTLE GIANT s-hool nhoes for
their children. The other half will as
..r. na ihnv honr of the wearing qual
lilcs of thosfi that are being worn about
r.ttv. You can have your choice
cf leather, kid, grain or calf.
JOHN HA UN & CO.
Be surprised to see what a little money
will buy In the way of Jewolry and
siivor Warn at Kkstrom s jeweiry
Store. You'll also bo surprised to see
what flne work the engraver can uo.
378 Commercial Street.
Manufacturers of every description of
Lounges, Mattresses, etc.
REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
- Thai's what the Washington
- JK.ul Market's Btiusuga tati,'S like.
- H'a itiuiln of the same Ingredients,
- loohomo killed and dreeMcd beef
and pork. Our flavoring Is numt
- delicious. During this coJd weuth.
- er there's no other dish bo guuil.
WASHINGTON Ml AT MARKET,
CHKISTIiNSUN & CO., I'rop'rs,
T1I10 great number of customers thai.
wo have for
proved that the publta mill apikreclatos
an lioiK-at male uy an jioimji limine, we
i.Kei'lirtO tlkut "The Resort' handle
Una famous tiiuml of wliilMlsy tuul we
ba.k up our advertisements with tat
livnuina article Is it any wonder we
have Kuril kooU trade f
URO.fUAUISR 4 URACU'3 "RESORT.
Portland, Or., Jim. IS. For Western
Washington wid Western Oregon, light
rain or buow.
For KaHtoin Washington and Eastern
Oregon, lair weather, cooler.
Local weather for the twenty-four
hmiiB ending at D p. m. yeslerdiiy, fur
nlhlud by the United Ktntes Lieiwrt'
n"it of Agriculture, weather bureau.
Maximum temiK'iature, 41 dereeM.
Minimum temiuM-ature, Uo degrtvs.
I'lvcliiltntloii, .St Inch.
Total pivcipiiatioti from September
int, iS.il. to ilato, i.N. l:ic!H'.i.
.l-A4-i-f. of iirtcl'.ilt.itin frm Pi p'em-
Iht lit, l.i, to dale, 11.0 Inches.
a i!.' U licreby g'iven to all parties
i ' ,.,r flat1" county warrants In
il .i-. d prior to .Inly i is:ai, to pncnt
:!in! to 1 o i-iity irnurer ir
t I-', " l"t.MvM will H'ua tht-mtn
; :. i t:.;.i )i i!..v of Janunry- A. I.
t . ,. It. 1 WARD
Tr-:,t.-un r f flal-p tXninty.
VI, i:l !- :! 1. 1.
fi pvr i-i'i'i luJUoiitili
J I 1 Crt all fcoojs at
Jy TllfJ WISH CLOTHING STORE.
Mnany Is the leasing tailor and pay
the liithKt "ash price for fur skins.
Ladles, If you want a, fine dress low
er than any place will sell for, go to
the Low Price Store.
Look at the underwear and hosiery
and save, big money at Cohen's Low
S. E. TJtzlnger is the agent in Astoria
for the celebrated Ganibrlnus Hottiea
Beer, of Portland. Dr.p hiin a postal
card and he will call for your oider.
A gwd, never fading photograph is
always a source of pleasure. Yow can
oWialn this kind from Crow's Gallery,
as they turn out that class of work
and no other kind.
per cent Reduction
on all goodh at
TUB WISE CLOTHING STORE.
A family gathering of flne llqulrs at
The Ofllce every day. But Hope Whl.
ky stands to the fore. Its quality Is the
lever that is turning hundreds of lovers
of the pure article to The Office bar.
Foard & Stokes Co. have secured th
agency of the famous STEWART a
TWINES, the only GENUINE FLAX
TWINE manufactured in IRELAND,
Their new stock goods are much su
perior to any other kind.
When tiooaman & Co. say that "our
Shoes earn you Interest," they mean
that they -wwar bo much longer th'an
the same price shoes sold elsewhere
thajt it Is like Inverting money and re
celving interest rn lit.
per cent Reduction
on all goods at
THE WISE CLOTHING STORE.
Ask any 0110 familiar with the wood
market who It Is that Is capturing the
trade of the city. There'll tie but one
answer. There Is one yard that stands
easily at the head and that U the
Scow Bay Wood Yard. Office opposite
FUher Bros.'s store,
The Frhitz-Craln Drug Co. are mak
ing a specialty of line perfumes, soap
and toilet articles. They have Just re.
celved a line of imported perfumes, in.
uludlng the specialties of the leading
foreign mtunuflacturors. Call and exim
Ine thorn. It will oust pou nuLhlng to
look at them.
per cent Reduction
on all goods at
THE WISE CLOTHING STOKE.
Theibest goods, and by far the cheap
est In the city, clothing underwear,
socks, EUHicnder8, hats, caps, neck
wear, blankets, comforters, umbrellas,
oil clothing, rubber boots, at the Con.
slgneo's Sale, COO Commercial street.
Ona would think to see the crowds
oomMiviiUlly going to and leaving Foard
& Stokes' store, that they, too, were
having a wle like the dry goods men.
They do ilravo a sule every day u
groceries, wid if all good housekeepers
will deal with them they will find that
their exiieiiBes will be cut down con
siderably In '1)5.
. ROUND TOWN.
A three-master square rigger was re
ported out.tlde yesterday.
The steamship Oregon left out yes
terday for San Francisco.
The British Lark Craig Elvan wil'
leave up the river today to load grain.
The steamship Queen arrived In San
Francisco yesterday, and the same day
cleared for this port.
Unlonlown la enjoying the sound of
saw and hammer thcBe days, more than
any part of the city.
Services will be held at St. Thomas'-hy-the-Sea,
Sklpanon, next Wodm'fiday
evening at 7:M o'olcck, the Rev. Win.
R Short officiating.
This afternoon the Oregon Faclfl'
sale will either be confirmed or rejected
by Judiiro Fullerton. The Astorlnn will
bulletin tho result.
Several water workB contractors are
preparing to move supplies and Imple
ments to Antnrla, preparatory to tie
At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon the
n! earner Jeanln moved down to the Ar
tnrla p;;g. Oo.'s dock and coinmencet'
loading lumber for Ala-ska.
Yesterday the flas of the local Indgfr
nf tho A. 0. U. W. were displayed at
halfmast, In commemoration of tho
death of the founder of the order, J.
It Is reported that the toll road be
tween the Necaoalcum bottom n'id ElV
Crek Is so Worked with fallen treer
as to Im? nearly Impalpable. The recent
heavy winds uprooted a number of
trees In that vicinity.
Services at the Baptist church
Preaching by thj pastor. Subject, nt
11 a. m., "Calvary." At 7:30 p. m. "The
Law Satisfied," Sunday school at 12:15
and young people's meeting at 6:30 p. ni.
Sunday evening service will ben union
with and at the Congregational church.
For the purpose of levying a tax to
pay the current expenses of the schools,
and to pay Interim on the bonded In
dtibtedneiw, the annual meeting of
School Mmrlet No. 1 will be held at
the Shlvely house on Mon.lay. January
"-, at 7:30 p. m.
President Chapman's lecture on Mac
brh. delivered Inst evening was listen
ed to t,y ri audience so large In num
bers that the. seating capacity of the
church would not accommodate all
wh came. The lecture was excellpnt
throughout and was highly appreciated
hut for want of space an outline of it
ran not h given.
t" -rvlce at the Ooiurrceational church
S.tVJect of the morning . discourse,
"C T..1!vl"tv of O-n-ilne Prayer." In the
. v. !r. t:r J?,"4! 7r.i7 tt?1
with up. Rod their raxtor, Rev. Trum-
luii bfteiiH fceriilori:. tad iiW
day school meets at 12:1$ and bi ChrU'
tlarl Endeavor at 6130 p. m.
, Swedish Lutheran churoh, Uppertown
Sunday at 10:30 a. m. there will be
confirmation In English and admission
of new members. After this there will
be a flhort discourse in Swedish and
communion Sunday school this Sunday
at 3 p. m. Evening service in Swedish
at 7:45. J. A. Edlumd, pastor. Resi
dence, 361 31st street, next house east
of the street car barn, 'Uppertown.
Yesterday a man named Jacob John
son caught a dog belonging to Powell
Aho, of Unlontown, and taking it to
the dock in that neighborhood, tied a
nail keg filled with rocks to its neck,
and tossed It overboard. It is unne
cessary to say that the dog disap
peared with the heavily weighted keg.
Its owner, however, put In an appear
ance soon after with Constable Oberg,
who arrested Johnson and brought him
before Judge Abercromble. The case
was set for hearing on Tuesday at 7
Sabbalh servlceB at M. E. church
At 11 a. m., sermon by Rev. Dr. Nelson,
recently from Salt Lake City; at C:30
p. m. - there will fee an assembly of
young people, to which all young peo
ple ar? cordially invited; at 7:30 p m.,
Prof. Chapman, of the State University,
will deliver his popular lecture entitled
"Thi Science of Living." Dr. Bushoug
will deliver a short address by request
subjectj "The Teacher In Moral Touch
with Wte Pupil." A very cordial Invi
tation Is extended to the citizens of
Astoria to attend these services.
Prof. R. N. Wright left for Portland
Hon. C. W. Fulton, Dr. J. A. Fulton,
and Hon. John Fox icturned yesterday
Mr. George Bevls, of Portland, Is in
the city, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alex.
Dr. J. S. Bishop, of Portland, has se
cured rooms for offices In the Klnne
Block, on Commercial street.
Mr. and Mrs. Tallant and son Nat,
left last evening for California via the
Southern Pacific. Mr. Tallnnt will re
turn the latter part of this month, and
Mrs. Tallant and son will spend the
winter with friends In Los Angeles.
The first day's session of the Teach
ers' Institute opened at 9:30 a. m. yes
terday with the following teachers
present: Prof. Wright, Misses Badol
let, Busey, Grant, Sayre, Nlckerson,
McKcan. Dealy. White and Sovey, of
Court Street school; Mr. 'Jackson, Mrs.
Krager, Misses Nellie Nlckerson, Josle
Dealy, Laws, and Dickenson, of Cedar
Street School; Prof. Clark, Misses PoW'
ell, Campbell, Fossett, and McCue, of
Uppertown Buhool; Prof. Williams, Miss
Ground, and Miss Amy Powell, of
Aldei'brook; Miss Foster, of John
Day's; Prof, Brower, of Young's river;
Mr. Campbell, of Sklpanon; Mrs. Camp
bell, of Warrcnton: Mr. Case, of Sea
side, and Mr. Trescott, of. Clatsop.
Supt. Lymnn made a few Introduce
tory remarks, concerning the teacher's
work, and gave a general statement of
the ends to be aimed at in this lnstl
A narrative of school work was then
given by tho representatives of the
various schools. The speakers were as
follows: Messrs. Wright, Jackson,
Clark, Williams, Brower, Campbell
Cane and Prescott; Mrs. Foster and
President Chapman spoke of school
wor'f In general.
"Tho New Education," was the sub
ject of a dlsouBslon by Profs. Wright,
Olu, and Brower, and I're. ldent Chap
The afternoon session was opened
ivlth an essay by Mrs. Busey, upon the
subject, "The Dynamics of History."
Discussion: "What Is Thoug'ht, and
How 'May It Be Developed?" T. J.
Jackson and C, C. Brower,
Esoay, "How the Will of the Pupil
may bo Developed," Miss Flora Weed.
Unsay, "What Is there In School Work
to Develop the Morality of the Pupils,"
The institute was well attended, and
all seemed to enjoy and profit by the
papers and discussions.
The session today will be opened at
3 o'clock a. m as announced on the
The New Mill Will Have a Capacity of
50,000 Feet per Day-
Tho Nehalem Lumber Co., successors
to tho Nehalem Mill Co., will soon be
one ol the big lumber concern of the
coast, and this coming season will un
doubtedly note great changes In the
monthly output of lumber from that
The new company will soon Ship to
their Nehalem mill new machinery
which will Increase the output to fully
60,000 feet per day. A complete box
factory will be a feature of the Im
proved plant. The mill to situated on
a pretty little Island, so that logs can
be brought duwn on one side and the
lumber loaded onto schooners from the
other side. For logs, the mill draws
from one of the greatest timber belts
on the eooKt, being principally spruce.
The supply is Inexhaustible, and at
the vrvsent time the mill has con
tracted for logs 90 miles up the river.
Mr. C. H. Callender. of Knappton, Is
manager of the new mill, and being a
practical lumber man, the future of the
new enterprise to practically assured.
The company owns about half the town
of Nolmlem. and in addition to the mill,
will conduct a large general store at
that place. The principal market will
be an Francisco, and the general of
fices of tho company will be In this city.
Fo that St-e-e-dnwn Is s-nett wWh
tvo when you buy W-e-e-d's Soh
..... T",.i-Jcrs. litrsr tmiHi Inn-
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Ttla anld on a (ruirntee by all driir-
trlsts. It cures Incipiont Consumptioa
Jad is th best Cough r d Croun Cur, ,
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GRAND ... .
..... . BAIvIv,
Given by the
SONS OF HERMAN,
FisheVs pall, Feb. 22, 1895.
For" the best sustained char
acters, there will be three
prizes for Gentlemen and
three for Ladies. Prizes can
be seen at Foard fc Stokes Co.
Tickets Gentlemen Mask
ers, $1.00. Lady Maskers free.
Spectators, 50 cents.
Astoria, Jan. 17th, 1895.
To the Taxpayers and Citizens of Clat
sop County, Oregon:
I find that owing to the short time 1
had to make out my report, filed Jan
uary 7th, 1895, after receiving the re
port of the county cleric, that I charged
the item for advertising delinquent
tax?s 1893, twice, viz.: in tne oruera
drawn to pay debts contracted for
June. 1894. $3,789.17. To correct this er
ror, deduct $2,317.72 charged In the
above amount from the total debit July
1st, 1894, in my former report, viz
xi.in.2Rl R9. which will leave our debt
prior to July 1st, 1894, and estimated
interest thereon, J107.917.07.
J. H. D. GRAY, .
SCANDINAVIAN M. E. CHURCH.
During the re-bulldlng of this ohurch,
the Sunday school will be held on
Sunday' mornings at 10 o'clock at th
old Uppertown school house, and all
scholars and teadhers are earnestly re
quested to attend.
Rev. M. Nelson, the presiding elder,
will preach In Knlemeyer's Hall Sunday
evening at 7:30. Subject, "Where are
you?" ,AU Scandinavians cordially In
vited to attend. Services will be held
at the same place Monday, Tuesday,
and Friday evenings, of next week, con.
ducted by Rev. Mr. Nelson. Come, see
per cent Reduction
on all goods at
THE WISE CLOTHING STORE.
YOU DON'T HAVE TO SWEAR OFF,
aays the St. Louis Journal of Agrleul
tura In an editorial about No-To-Bac
tho famous tobacco Wablt cure. "We no
of many cases cured, by No-To-Bac,
one, a prominent St. Louis architect
smoked and chewed for twenty years
two boxes cured him so that even the
mell of tobacco makes him sick." No-
To-Bac sold and guaranteed by Chas
Roirws, DrugglBt. No cure no pay.
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per cent Reduction
on all goods at
THE WISE CLOTHING STORE.
KARL'S CLOVEH ROOT, tho great
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clearness to the tommit::m'i nnd cuic3
Constipation. 25 r.ta.. r.u cts, Jl.00.
Cents a roll
for good cooking butter
At FOARD & STOKES Co.'s.
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pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price. 25 cents per box. For sale oy
Chas. Rogers, Odd Fellows' building.
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San Diego
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You can Buy goods at less than
We have been rushed
during the past 10 days
which makes us feel
the public appreciate
our efforts in placing
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