Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1895)
THi; DAILY -ASTQEMJ, ASJO' SATURDAY ttOTC, NVEI 2, 185.
ARE you on il lookout for
' saving some money on.
yonr underclothing purchases
just now? Here is the place
to come for what you want
and be pretty sure not to pay
so much as you i icnd.jd. Our
plan is to Hell not to carry
YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. :
Local weather for twenty-four hour
nHino- at s n. m. yesterday, furnished
by the United State Department of Ag
riculture, weatner Bureau.
.M'utlmum tenvp-jraiture, 53 degrees.
Minimum itcnei'.iture, 49 drrtes.
I'reeitJtatlon, .05 trvdh..
Total precipitation from September 1st
18W, to daite, 3.43 Initfies.
Deficiency of precipitalton from Sep
tember Ut, 18H5, to date, 7.28 lmlrus.
Fresh candlei every tour at tbe Bon
bonniere. E. 0. Cough Syrup wfil cure your cough,
For car.e at Estes-Craln Drug more.
Meany li the leading tailor, and pays
the highest cash price for fur sums.
The coolest and best glass of beer In
town can be bought at the Gambrlnus
saloon, 12th and Commercial streets.
Those new perfumes, Just received at
the Estes-Craln Drug Store aire ihe finest
In the city.
Purest of wines, liquors and clgrirs
etegant free lunch all the dally paper,
at the Gambrlnus, 12th and Commercial.
Parties wishing to buy candles at
wholesale will save money by calling on
or writing to the Astoria Candy Factory.
M Duane street.
Trade With Fourd ft ritokea Co., deal
ers la Groceries, Hardware, Crockery,
provisions, flour, fruits and vegetables
They will surely please you.
Hunger Is a very disagreeable sensa
tion. There 4S a place In this town where
you can satisfy Its demands with the
cleanest and best 25 cent meal you ever
ate. That place Is Joe Terp's.
Just arrived at Copc'.and A Thorsen's,
a nice line of high grade footwear for
ladles, all widths from A to RE. No
trouble to show goods, and satisfaction
guaranteed to every purchaser. Call and
What brings people back to the Asto
ria Wood Yard after they have sounded
the possibilities everywhere else? May
be It's one thing, and May be It's another.
But the fact remains-back they come.
And of course the Astoria Wood Tard Is
proud of It.
NoUhlng so distressing as a hacking
cough. Nothing so foolish as to suffer
from It. Nothing so dangerous If al
lowed to continue. One Minute Cough
Cure gives Immediate re'.lef. C'has. Rog
ers. SHILOH'S CURB, the great Cough
and Croup Cure, is In great demand
Pocket slie contains twenty-five doses
only 25 cents. Children love It Sold
by J. W. Conn. '
WORTHY OF NOTICE.
There Is nothing but bold, clear-cut
trutih In the abatement that to secure per
fect fit, quality and style In your shoes
at ths lowest reasonable prtces-you must
go to the firm of John Hahn ft Co., 7
THE LBADINQ DENTIST.
Why Is Dr. Howard the leading dentist?
Because he make a success of crown and
and bridge work and exftraots and nils
teeth without pain.
Tine Acme Cigar Store Is now cpwi for
bwienes at 5C9 Cotnenuvtal Kiwi, where
Mr. Cha. Otaen, manager, will be pleaded
to wait on his oM Mends. A clear Ha
vana cigar for 10 cents.
FINE BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
We have choice property In Van Du
sen's, A'.derbrook, Adair's, Shlve'.y's, Mo
Clure's, Taylor's, New Astoria, Warren
ton, and Astoria Addition to Warrenton
for sale. Also money to loan In sums of
$200 to 13,000 on good real eatato security.
R. L. BOYlE ft CO.
FOR THOSE WHO EAT
For the remarkably small sum of lb
cents one can procure an excellent chick
en' dinner every Sunday at the popular
"Denver Kitchen," east side of 9th street
between Astor and Bond. Mr. Richard
son, the proprietor, also assures the pub
lic that tihey can obtain at his place a
well-cooked, well served breakfast, din
ner or supper any day In the week for
the above mentioned price. Give htm a
call and be convinced that he speaks the
A twister In twisting
May twist him twist,
For In twisting a twist
Three twists make a twlatl
Rut If one of the twists
Untwists from the twist, s
The twist untwisting
Untwists the twist.
That Is, when It's twisted with any
other twine than MARSHALL'S.
Jjth Annual Statement
Of any life assurance com
pany is the result of GOOD
MANAGEMENT in the PAST,
proof of FINANCIAL
TRENGTII in the PRESENT
and indicative of GOOD
WITS AND DIVIDENDS
N TIIE FUTURE.
TIIE EQUITABLE'S mrp u-
s by many millions of dol-
ars'the largos' insuronce
urplus in the world.
Ladles' Flos Black I
sure Gloves, with pateat ,
finger tips, only . .
f 25c. A PAIR-f
I filbert Datte
Have you seep our 5oc
Glove-buying" trnte. -
Winter overcoats are out. v ,
"Wthait's "tine .other .lhaH far?" "Bob"
"The glasses are onaiy." Harry Ham.
L. B. Vtl, an Olney famiter, i.'s In the
Judge MeBrlde Is quartered at the Oc
In evidence uirttire'.lan anJ rrtickln
"Business goes by nus and tart."
Roman Ohecoe, land Imported Maccaronl
ait Foard ft Stokes Co.'s.
Tha "Prime ess," an old styCe rlnj, tioe
been revived In ipoputarlty. ,
A. L. Parker, of Jofhn Days, was) In
town from his randl yaslteaxJay.
Mike 'Hunt, PortOand's emlrlng- c'gar
selltir, was In Astoria yesterday.
Joooptv R. "Wltoalen, a Pont'.and conaner-
olal man, was m town yesterday.
R. S. McLaren, of Porlthand, to vls'.tlng
In this city. He ts Bit tttw Parker.
Fine hia'.lliut is now In We mairikeft,
mucin to tihe delight of the housewife.
Merchialntis yesterday repofltwd co:leetloms
be titer Whtan alt any iDlme Iniseveral cnoaftM
Yetlttirday beilng AH fiaJmts' Day, tbe
dburdli people irurned out 4n large num.
In attendance upon the circuit court
yttftorday was Mr. P. C. Warren, of war
Alex CaombetlTa IrfeflunaA and 'the Is-
comoitive-you cam tiaAi djrtt, but ysu
A 'mi'Jitary company Jias been (formed
by tihe young tflrls of tine ht0h school of
A now redtaiuramt is being fitted up In
tihe- etore room reocntfy occupied by
BihiuJl Fltnt.'im'mons nflilp Corbett and
Jackson beat Fltxahronon It would then
be "Gentleman JaKik.'
Mr. J. T. 'NWeaj, 'tihe well known Cevtlh-
aTmet fMhenman, paid a visit to his As-
toHa friendis yeeraay.i
Auffuet Dandekon and' family Tetum4
ywUT(lay from a several days' visit to
the Portf.'ainkl empoelttilon.
ITlA CAl'Ov'n.mitt nwJfflM ihaa hun n-
moved from ItM flnpntian 41 n thn AvV in
tttio store of iPostitnaatar Cooper.
Far-alKlhtod ipeople are beginning to
lIKtnk of Oh'riamais, and. are planning
atttoable presents for the loved ones.
A number of buwlmva houses) were In
darkness yesterday lalfltemoon because the
electric lljhlts wene mat turned on untK
At tlie Adtor House yesteCJay were
rnsMered F, R. AMen and wife arod
Mr.i nillmore and daughter, of Brook-
Mr. U Marx, of the Corbltt ft Maoleav
.., rurtumi, ma "m Mod.b" man, was
in town yesterday, vfstthur h'j numerous
'.Mil nee WeelL Cnanberrv Saue. unit An.
pie Butter at Foard & Stokes Co.'s.
It IS rumoroi Ithaf TTAtvrw Wa) -A
u irxHoia corner And .vi 1 mm n flnA wa
In a Phot time.
If your fthoea are leaking, brlntn 'em to
he Red Front Urtop, Ccmomrjlal street.
Fred saju be can suit you in prices, no
matter hew icranky you are.
"Rovrr," tihe well known setter, can
drink the entire contents of a itnaJl glasa
ami Hhtn pick tip he glaias in his nwutb
and Tfiturn It to 'tbe owner.
1 , t m
The mo complete utoik of Fancy Oro.
ceries at Foard ft Stokes Co.
Captain Whltcomu, of tihe Cascades,
PMU the day In 'Astoria yecteMay vis
iting IhM dM frlendw. Tire Cascades will
uu Timu 110m servnoe next
The weak on Duane street was finished
ycsttnlay and the proper proofs tiled with
Julie Oxbuin. TWs Is now dietitlned to
be one of the .best btsJnea streets In
It Is rumord..th.vt the Elks of Amort
tfiiase of the flruMt mounted Elk ever
n on r.ne coast, which will be used to
beaiwiry the todge rooms.
..us?VnTlomr C' S' Wrl states that
within three weeks water ougCut to be in
he new rtawvoir. It may taks a (tittle
longer time to compCWe tbe tunnel, but
work cam go on rain or shine.
c stock of t3rpes. Bananas, Caps
Cod tVanbrres. Aw iVars. Qulncis.
Tonsiltoes, Sweats, Btc.. Wtc. at Foard
The wJieel photograph rbae la the tatest
fad. A olrvxrlar viffnette portrait forms
Wie center dwlan of h wheeh and the
ppokes, of mihicu ,1nep, ure nine or ten.
are formed by full length photographs at
Now is she lime to huve your shoes
r-iiff...a!el. Fred. O. 'Waiters, of the Red
Front t'Hoe sfiiop. Commerclas street, op.
posits CoojWa stora. does it cheapsr
and bMltr than svrr has been beard ot
In Afftorla before,
iMIss Jte Jewvtt. who haa beeen utxfer
he InstruoUon of Mr okwa for the sast
"h'r years, desires to organise a Unshed
class of piano pupils. Her method ot
. teaming K e the vrne as lu ttn
1 ryed by Mrs. Olson.
! A Raiton dentist hns mecoverrd rhai
RAfAil!h srlrlsare troubled iwlth crumbling
tnctih In ttAs country, wbtls ft ts unknowa
In their native tend, wber tbe bread is
taked oivly at IntervaVs In the year and
e ar.j on poles to dry ami fcardeo.
Mr. Mas Mavee, mtumtyi- vf the tisat
ili'PMMiiait of wis fcrurueitCTak Drug
Co., visitek bis many friends In Astoria
yesterday. (Mr. Maywr saya tlnat Astoria
1s one of the best towns In his' entire
circuit ml that tie consMors" its future
W. Mtourice Kelly left for Portland lsr
n?jCit to be absfcnt a wevk.
Aiwust NbJO hvuf bom in Novum ber
but twtJ not gave uway bis
Mr. E. Houghton, of Seaside, lent Ihts
smiling countenance to a. oull day yester
day and carried home wrrti him some As
toria wet weather experience.
Nift Tuesday Mr. Alex Megfler wl'.l start
for ithe iBast in company with 'Mr. and
Mrs. J. a. 'Megfer. He wttll vUlt bis old
home In New York for the first time In
Mr. F. M. Kagy, Unto fopuUur and sraOt
known representative of tbe Crane sod
Jack Co., of (Portlaind, spent the day In
Astoria yeaterViay. As usuU he bad a
large stock of new stories which, tie re
lated 1n bis Inimitable style.
iAmorv itte Inventtons on exhibition Mrtt
Atlanta, t a rfiriiw sewing machine, the
pnokkK t df M';a (Mary P. Carpenter Hoop
er's Inventive gentus. It was tbe first
machine on wMdh s. tiat couM be made
from beginning to lend, .wQuhout taking
h from the tnaidhtne.
Mr, S. C. Pier, represenlting the Mar-Rhatt-WtCOj
'Hardware Co., of DuUith,
Minn., 'was one or Asltorla's visitors yes
terday. He reports business In his lne
better tftran lit bas been In five years.
Astoria land The Da20e. tie says are the
best business points in the. State foday. '
There was a rumor around town. yester
day that a flouring: (nil punt was Ho be
removed from the South Bead country to
Astoria - In the near future. . Ink tbem
come. It was oCso stalted tbait a Similar
plant Will be removed from Bioux Valla,
SouWhi Dakota, and that sites bave been
offered in ATderbrook.
It wuii suaited yesterday tlhst Mr. Harm
tine saii'.v and door factory mam of Cen
tiralta, was offered a fine location in Al
derbrodk by the ABtorta band andi In
vestment Company and the "Van Dusena
and that bs "had tuken a ten day' option
on tbe proposition. It Is tttiougHt be iwftt
accept the offer artd open a plant here.
Bevtrof. merdhlarjbs were hau-d yejttrday
to express a wIlling-noM to contribute
from S60 Ito $100 per year, payable in
fnloni'Jhfy UnelLa'llinonfcs, for the erection of
a 'faiidge ecross the Lewis and Clarice,
One promltnent busincAS man remarked
h alt It mlghit be well for tihe Ohiirnber of
Commerce to not only take notice of
toils fact, but also to look Into the flouring
Mr. C. F. Overbaugh', the erebwftlle pop.
uiar general agent of the O. R. and N.
left jattt ntoht for bis new field of labor
and will hereafter make bis (headquarters
In Portland from which point he WW
travei n ohe 'WCUUime'ttte and Columbia
vaOleys for (the O. JL and N. Sir. Over
baugih leaves a host of bis friends iwho
wl'T. imiss him, but all of whom- are glad
of bis promotion.
The luUtes sewing society of tbe 'Nor
wegian E. L. Churdh, wC.J give a necktie
sociable Saturday nlgdvt, November 2nd,
at "Mlnenva" H'a!l (O'Brien's Bul.dlng),
Upper Astoria- A gooa program has beeen
prei)ared wtitb upeeah6, songs, etc. Re
freshments will be served. Tue reputation
of the ladles connected wMi uhas enter'
prise is a erumceint gxurantee for tbe
ulVhnuite success of 'tbe sociable as It is
for a'll tlhelr undertaking-..
' In dhe clrctiH court yesHerAny the treat
er part of Khe day was occupied. In ar
guing the case of D. K. Warren vs. J. H
DeForce, whlc4 had not been concluded
ud to adjournment hour. The cafe ot
T.- K. Johnson Ms. Oeorgo Kaboohs et th
was on jtuttion of plailritirf settled, sod
dismtoed. In' the matter 'of the ass-lyn
memt of I. W. Ck the oetrtoln of I. L.
(Wood ;was allowed aivd an order trade
What the onskrne pjy iBhe tfaim.
Com'.winciJniB' (tod'ity and until f urthier no
tice, tihe steamer Lunliine iwlll take tbe run
of Ohe R. R. Thompson sn tihe Astoria-
Parjlankl rotate, Oeavlng Astoria at 8:tt
a. m. daily except tsunaoy, ana rorvana
dally except Saturday it I m m. The L.ur-
Cine wall ' continue to take freight and
pavengcrs from FJfOner Bros.' as welt
an 'Orom the O. R. and H. dock. Tickets
of Dhe a R. and N. or Vancouver Trkia-
portatkm Co. Issue will be honored, on
Tbe regular 'week'.y enWrtalnmerrt ot
Vhe Clceroneain BoHsty of kxMAstorla H lbj
Scbtoor took p! ace', yesterday aft. moon
The 'program w.is as follows: Recitations,
Bdlth Andrews, Mabel Copetatd, WiMlwrn
Crotby, and -Frace Foss; eay, Clara
Simmon Walter fllAnort amd Ray Twcmib-
ly;1" Current .Topics, Jennie. Douglass; de
balte, "Resorvrd, That fire has been more
dtt'ttHXtlve tihiam water,", was decided In
favor of tihe affirmative. The t.egatlve
was taken by Ph.1 Trulllnger and Anrrte
NcAn, and tha afflrmutlve by Ralph
Wprsle y and Reba Hobson.
"Th Tornado," Lincoln J. Carter's crtal'
Istlc play, whllrih' received Its Inltla pre
sentaiton at HiaVl'tn's about a rortnlgthit
ago, iwDl return to tbe srume theatre for
tt. coming' week. The realistic features
of tihe piece a shown by Its previous
Ltkixttta't'loA proved to be tbe most e.ab-
onalts qW any of Hoe attempts In that line
tfcot have been seen In OhUcugo. The tcr-
rjaij scene, m wihioh buildings are cwept
away and aVitrOing imasses fly hllhr and
tMtiher on the stage, ls a more ambitious
elTot t-rong the tine wf reallcn t'hsn tbe
storm iicene in Who Davenport prodltitlon
of..8ardou's Cleopatra. The pl'Ay which
tihe Mirrbor has fitted to bis realistic ef
fects, contains human Interests and not'
ural results and combines with the me-
hana feaiture to make an interesting
prcduclion. "TWe TprSulo" Is already
booked in some of 'tbe targe cities of
kbigland, although It ha lea than a
monitlt of extstenoa-iiphs Trltwns, 6un-
auy jqne is, uoa.
NOTICE OF -SAIB. s .
- By virtus of a decree of the circuit
court of the state of Oregon, for Clatsop
county, made and entered on the list
day of February, 1886, In a suit wherein
the N-Ichoral Brother Co. was plaintiff
and BUsabetn - Funge. Alfred - Funge,
Elisabeth Fungs as guardian of Alfred
Funge and Elisabeth, Funge as adminis
trator of the estate of John Funge, de
ceased, were defendants; whereby it was
ordered that the undersigned referees
make sale of the hereinafter described
real estate: Now, therefore, we will
on the tth day of November, 189u, at the
hour .of 10 o'clock a. m., in front of the
court house door. In Astoria, of said coun
ty and state, offer for sale at public auc
tion to the highest and best bidder, ah
of lot fourteen (14), In biock sixty-five (65),
In the town, now city, of Astoria, as
laid out, platted and recorded by John
Movlure, and extended by Cyrus Olney,
In Clatsop county, Oregon, but said lot
will not be sold for less than (U.W0.
The terms of sale wilt be one-haW cash
and the balance on ens year's time, with
Interest at I per cent per annum.
J. H. D. ORAT.
H. J. WHERITT,
N. B.-Ths above described property is
known as the TUrhe hotel property and
consists of a three story house and ap
purtenances. CV.R. F. P. UNION NOTICE.
'RxsjruCar monthly tneetins of the Colum
bia River rtAsrnwn's Protective Union
win be held as ttwSr raiding room Tue.
dr, Noveinber L IS, at T:M p. a.- Bus-
trams of bnportsnes to b transacted. .
swusjera si good sKartomg are requestea
to be present and have their book or
BOFUS JICNSRV, 8ec.
Buckwheat cftkes '! teares are turn.
Inspection Made by Major Tost
20 FEET IN THE SHALLOW PLACES
kfendeli May Remain Here-Caaeadei
Will be Laid Up in Portland for
' the Winter.
Major Post came down the river with
Whe Oasc&ks yeStwrday, after a three
ttaya' tour of Inspection along the va
lious 'bars and other shallow spots be
tween Portland and Whls city. After
KiadMng here be took a trip down to
Uha rty, though be did not go out to
'tihe end of the .work. The object of the
major's trip has been to satisfy himself
of the result of the dredging operations
Carrie! on during the past season and to
obtain reliable- data for his office records.
Hs -was visited by an Astorlan repre
sentaltlve lest night and expressed him'
self as being totehly saitHsfled with tbe
outcome of bOs !mspecUon. He said:
"I have' found on aH the bars a good
twertty feet of water and I consider that
atC tMe dredglnB; work during the present
year Has been well and faithfully per
formed.- I do not tltrmk, however, thialt
the one dredge that -tihe government now
posseases lfe able to handle all the neces.
sary work. It 1s run on the hydraulic
system, and DhougCi It fills the bill sat
Isfactomy, thiers are certain places on
the liver where another system of dredg
ing wtould be more eultaltrte. I have had
theideia of a second dredge In my mind
for some time, and as soon as sufficient
money is appropriated we will have one.
It wilt be able to do Ws work a good
deal faster than tlie present dredge. The
cascades wnl take me up to Portland
tomorrow morning and will then be laid
up vn that city for the winter. It has not
yet been decided' whrut disposition win be
made of the Mendell for the winter tea
son, though I undereftand that H Is the
desire of a great many Astoria people
to have her kept here.
The Cascades has done most excellent
work. She has carried down to the jetty
during the-present year 216,000 tons' ot
rock. Tbe Jetty work is now flniaUy com
pleted, tailless - there happens to be a
slight sinks fre of 'the present season s
ballastine. This, however, I do not trunk
probable, as we have been guided by past
experience and laid an extra amount of
rock. Outside of the watchmen, no (a
borers wil be kept at the jetty. It is
not Wrought necessary to place any lights
on the structure, as Vhe expenditure would
be an urmecesBary waste of money. The
ocean light how on Cape Disappointment
U to be placed on the North Head. The
department thinks that locality a good
deal more suitable than the Cape. We
.will place a shore light on Cape Dlsap
pomtmoent with alternate white and red
flashes, so thait the two beacons cannot
potu.V.y be confused. I cannot say any
thing definite on the subject of approprla'
itlons for river improvements."
"Is your trip a purely official one. Ma
jor?" was asked.
"Cttftalnly. A'.l ot my trips are official,"
he repMedb "The data that I have col
lee ted be moot vaQuubCe for office
record; I have been very desirous of con
ducting the 4nvetlgaiton before, but the
Casoadds baa been so busy with her barge
work Itbait I have hdt been abie to attend
to It; I think that without doubt the
river 4j ia "ful-' twenty feet deep at the
shallowest p.acc, iwltlh a considerably
greater dtipta at ia.l other localities."
August Danlt'.son Eiiq. reUurneJ from
Pccltland yeetc. Jay dud Says that he met
an Astoria gnntltanuin who wore one ot
Herman Wise's $11.60 sniltis; In order to
see wthieitlhier they could beat that price
for KMe eulme kind of a suit they went
Into several of PortCand's largest houses
but found that 16 to $18 w&a the best they
couOl do there; IPerman Wish's Offer ot
(11,50 for your choice of any suit In the
store bas) proved la great boon to the
buying public; core holds good for
about 10 days longer, Hhtalt to untK 'Her
man Wise moves out of tuts present quar
ters. A free ttckvt to the ball goes wlln
Monday evening, November 4lh', the Pol
ynirth'WS Club iWB gtve a literary and
muatoal entertalrunent In the old school
bouse at Upper 'Asttorta. The program will
be an exceptionally Ana one. Remember
the date. Ofonday evening, November 4.
IMS (PRIVATE SECRETARY.
The A. F. C. boys wf.l produce that fun-
nualklng drama, "The IVIvaCe Secertary."
at Flaher'a Opera House Friday and Bat-
utoay ntghts.. TMvIs Is the play made fa
mous by 80I. Smith Ruatal and is full ot
Roserved seats M cents; gaakry,
Bflckson's now saloon Is Hive finest fitted
arid best - appoint! ejtalls:imnt of ihe
kind in rhe state outside of Portland. No
dtetindtton Is trmde Ixwwem strangem and
rugu.ar. customers, but all .alike receive
oolite land unst-dlaas attenrtnn nA am
sctrved wluh the finest rjiquors and fancy'
mixed oeverugits. Good muele and other
attractllons every evening.
SALE OF WORK.
liters iw93 4e a snle of fancy work and
JajpaiKMe articles, china, hronse, iarquer
wans, foys, ere.; at- me 0M scthool rjbuse,
Akialr's Atorta, ontibe evening of Friday,
the IBtlh, land afternoon of Saturday, the
14th of Ntovwtfxr, under She auspices of
one uwra of Hoiy innoente' dharjeL Ar
ticles very anritahls for Xmat gifts to
genuenwn, ladles and icihUdren. at very
mbdsrata airlcea Light rsfreshmenU wlK
PROVEN A BOON.
Gentlemen: I have always recom
mended Kra'ise's Headauns Capsules
wherever I havs had a ohanca. They
have proven a veritable boon In my
family against any and all kinds of
headacha Tours truly.
J. K. WALTER,
For sals by Cha. Rogers. Astoria.
HIchMt Honor World'i Falr
Oold MtuUl, AU4wlatr Fair. .
aW AVi 1 us s mi 1 '1
Most Tu&ct SIJe.
40 Year ths. CUadard.
M CAKE WALK.
IF YOY BUY
Worth of Oooda
You Will Get a .
GRAND MARCH AT 9 O'CLOCK P. M.
The most graceful Gentleman Walker will
be awarded a fine Rubber Mackintosh. - -
THE LADY who is his partner during the walk TAKES the CAKE.
A TTEND Ur Remova SALE and you may our Grand In
Ihbbbb augural Ball). . , . .. . .
3IG BARGAINS and
A ROYAL TIME
IF YOU TRADE WITH ....
THE RELIABLE CLOTHIER AND HOTTER.
P. For particulars inquire at our store. - '
WANTED A ptano to rent. Apply at
Nutond Thomson a omce.
Wanter to rent A cenrtraOiy located
house of saven or eight roomn. Address
M., itvb otflce.
WANTED Agents to represent the
old National Life Insurance Co.. of
Montpeller, Vt For further informa
tion, address Q. M. Btolp, General Coast
Manager, iz-o Crocker Building, Ban
Francisco, CaL . .
WANTED Man or lady to collect, do
some omce work, and manage agents.
You will deal through your leading mer
chants. Something new and very popu
lar. We pay all expenses. Position per
manent. Send four references and ten
cents for full particulars. John Finney
Mgr., P. O. BOX 484, St. LOUlS, MO.
FOR BENT Furnished room on ground
floor In private family. 414 Bxtthange St,
JAPANESE GOODS-Just out-lust re
ceived Just what you want, at Wing
Les s, MS Commercial street.
MONEY Apply to Astoria Abstract
Title and Trust Co.
176.000 PER WEEK uslnc and selllna
Dynamos for plating watches, jewelry.
and table ware. Plates gold, sliver,
nicKei, etc., same as new goods. Dif
ferent sizes for ajrents. families and
shops. Easy operated; no experience;
big profits. W. p. Harrison St Co.,
Clerk No, 14, Columbus, hlo.
Monday f Tuesday
November 4th and 5th.
TU Asfil Tniit Tlx
(rrat ligtilj Seel. ' Six
Tui Firliir a Isiitw
SuL Tbt Csllisioa if
fwi (knt liisn it fill
ifttL Rm lirktj Ofrt
Stt Swie, titk llTM Sll
liig Itutiiii ligk, lii
Mctiif Imi if t lexi
cal Mlrre. Ckkirs lu
Wr at $irkt, im
111 lir Sceaic s-
Ts seM, as wen as fa sacccsa,
. : Ksey mp ymr ptajr-MH prom."
x. -UHVOUi J. CARTER.
Prices, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Stats now on salt at th J4w
York flovtlty Stoia.
rii fin'wr r o ,ii" n.TC'l'T'nv'in Tfc
-CflrE WflliK; AT 10 P.
LOOK OUT FORs"P A TNT
RHE THEY PUfiE ?
Only the best grades sold by
: FOARD & STOKES.
BERRY'5 HARD OIL
SO ARE OUR PRICES.
473 Commercial street, is tbe place
where the businessman and tbe laboring
man go for what is called "BEST ON
THE COAST." or a nice cool drink of
tbe celebrated Gambrinns beer. Sand
wiches of every kind made to order, and
an elegant free lunch served every day.
Hot Boston Baked Beans served every
01 her afternoon. You are welcome.
Grosbauer St Bracb.
ROSS HIGGINS & CO.
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Astoria sad Upper Astoria
Flss Test end Coffees, Tsble Dellcsc'es. Domestic
sal Tropical Fruits, Vegstables, Sugar
Cured Hans, Bacon, Etc.
Choice Fresh and Salt Meats.
Reservoir Llnine. Street Pavine. Side
walks, Flooring and Roofing.
AsphaltlcCsmentEnamsl and 8o.
lutlon for costing and prcierving.
IRON anl STEEL TANKS. BULKHEADS,
GIRDERS. PIPES, etc.
Plans and Specifications Pre pared
THOB. K. MU1R,
General Contractor tad Dealer In Asphalts.
4) McKay Block, TeUphons Portland. '
Local Reprtsentstlves and Agents : Messrs. Tee
ft Bell. Flavsl Building. Astoria. Or.
Kopp's Beer Hall.
Cbolcs Wines. Lkjoors sad Cigars.
Oaly basses' ever rhe bar, Ths largest glass
- of N. P. Beer. HaU-and-halt. sc.
Chas. Wirkkala, Proprietor,'
Cor. Cooroaly and Lafayttte St.
Bs F. ALLEN,
Wall Paper. Artists' Materials. Paints,
Oils, Glass, etc. Japanese Matd' gs.
Rugs and Bamboo Goods,
36s Commercial Street.
THE JtSTORW SflVlSGS BANK
Acts as trustee for corporations and In
dividual Transact a general banking business.
Interest paid on time deposits.
J. Q. A. BOWLBT..
. - . t ' DIRECTORS. ,
J. Q. A. Bowlby, C H. Pass. BenJ
Toufia;, A. 8. Reed. D. P. Thompson
W. B. Dement. Gust Hoeraes.
S7S Coramfrrlal Street. .'V;
Maaafactursrs of srery dascrlpdoa of
'jounsss, atattresnca etc
HBPAXJUNO IN AIL ITS BRANCH E8
You can taks your
choice of any .- ,'
IN OUR STORE.
FINISH HARD TO BEAT.
SEASON OR 189S-i8yO.
Tmiee a Week
. AND .
leaving San Francisco
Tuesdays and Saturdays
Fnim Tutt-day, Xor.'5, 1895.
The no crvmpCete, modem. elrgarAlv
equipped said Perfectly nnungvd Wet I- "'
buCed TraoacorMtrientat Train In America.
Nrw Eolpirsrnt, espertar Osl?rwd for
this service. ' :i, . . ..
Direct connections in New Orleans
tor all Eastern point. Qukk time.