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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1895)
; JjSE DAHtY 43T0r: AJSTpftU,. TfflTflDftr MpffllNft NOTIEPEB 7,
r i .
- saving sonic -'pfoney- 6n
your 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 intended. Our
plan is to .sell, ''jiot! to carry
Local weather for twenty-four hours
ending at 5 p. m. yesterday,, furnished
by the United States Department Of Ag
riculture, weather bureau.
Maximum tfimiralLure", 49 degrees.
Minimum temperature, 3 degrees.
Total precipitation from 6eptember 1st
1895, to date, 3.65 UncJies.
Deficiency of 'precipitation- from Sep
tember lt 1895, 'to dulte, 8.66 Inches.
, , l ll M I',
E. O. Cough Syrup i-tW'cfirfr your cough.
For aT.e at tfstes-Cftkln 1rt Store.
! i ' 1 fa
Meany Is (he leading tailor, and pays
the highest catf) 'price ( ?ur skins.
The coolest and best glass of beer In
town can be bought at the Oambrlnus
saloon, 12th and Commercial streets.
Those new perfumes, Just received at
the Estes-Craln Drug Store are the finest
In the city. .
. Purest of wines, liquor and cigars
e'.egant free lunch all the daily papers,
at the Oambrlnus, 12th and Commercial.
Trade with Foard ft Stokes Co., deal
ers in Groceries, Hardware, Crockery,
provisions, flour, fruits and vegetables
They will surely please yon.
Hunger Is a very disagreeable sensa
tion. Thre jS a place In this town where
you can satisfy its demands with the
ilea nest and best 25 cen t meal you ever
te. That place Is Jpe Terp'e.
, Jurt arrived at Copoland ft Thorsen's,
a nice line of high grade footwear for
ladles, aH widths from A to RE. No
trouble to show goods, and satisfaction
guaranteed to every purchaser. Call and
What brines people back to the1 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 Yard Is
proud of .lt. . .
Nothing 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. Chas. Rog
BHILOH'S CURE, the fcrreat Cough
and Croup Cure, is In great demand
Pocket Btze contains twenty-five doses
only 25 cents. Children love It Sold
by J. W. Conn.
FINE BAROAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
We -have choice property In Van Du
sen's, AMerbrook,: Adair's, Shlvely's, Mc
Clure's, Taylor's, New Astoria, Warren
ton, and Astoria Addition to Warrenton
for sale. Also money to loan In sums of
1200 to $3,000 on good real estate security.
R. L. BOYLE ft CO.
THE LEADING DENTIST.
Why Is Dr. Howard the leading dentist T
Because tie mnJces a euccess of crown and
and bridge work and extracts end fills
teefh without pa(n.
FOR THOSE WHO EAT
For the remarkably smair 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, tlhe proprietor, also assures the pub
lic that they can obtain at his place a
well-cooked, weK served breakfast, din
ner or supper any day In the week for
the above mentioned price. Give him a
call and be convinced that he speaks the
A twister In twisting
. May twist him a twist,
For lp twisting a twist
Three twists make a twist;
But If one of the twists
Untwists from the twist,
The twist untwisting
Untwists the twist.
That Is, when it's twisted with any
other twine than MARSHALL'S.
About a life assurance company is
Just the information you would re
quire about any other business or in
stitution in which you think of in
vesting: 1 What is Its financial
strength? 2 Docs it pay promptly?
3 What profits has it paid in the
past? 4 What are its prospects
for future profits? THE EQUITA
BLE can answer all these questions
in a manner most satisfactory to its
FINANCIAL STRENGTH I
THE EQUITABLE hit t surplus of nar,y
THIRTY-SliVEN AND A HALF MILLIONS
of dollari, thus belni not only tit Instil, but
tin ttrwigatt financial Institution of Its kind In
PROMPT PAYMENTS I
THE TQUlTABLE paid 1,858 death claims In
fS4. Ol this number i,tu wra paid on same
aay asprooiioi seam wtcaracelvtd. St VI N I Y
PfcK CtNl. of all daa'h clatmi .ware iu paid I
, ca tin vary day proofs of draih ware rek(.
PAST PROFITS i
l All TwMty-ytar TonOie policies of THE
t EQUITABLE have cash urradr values (raater
1 ,. . than tha sun 4 rh premluaii swld. Endowment
. ,.' . policies show ratura of ail premiums, with In-
- serest at lb rate of (roB five t six par tent ;per
annuo. . , , j.
- FUTURE PROFITS I . .
Th surplus of a life assuracy f hmnn ln-ttioH
nd from whirr, all dlvldwd MLb I be paid.
TiiC lQI.I1 aull na$ rv ir.inr croons or dot
rars the largest surplus of auy lire assurance
company In th world.
Send o I. SAMUEL. Special
Apenl, fortlnd, Oregon, lot
rates and pastreaults of a polky
at vour i'e.
Ladles' Pine Black Cash
men Gloves, with patent
finger tips, only . . .
25c. A PAIR-f
- -. ?) t -
Have you seer? our 56c"2
- Cashmere Hose? 'lM
around town.;;: ,
IN FIVE CHAPTERS. ' '"
1. The prettiest girl the ever jw.
1 A scared young 'man Interviewing jiai
3. A ceremony -with great eclat.
4. "I'm going straight home to ma!"
5. Maiden name restored toy taw, .1
We&t, iwthat Is tttve latent?
J. Edwards, of Ilwaco,
Is at the Par.
Thne will be fun at the gymnasium to-
Try our fine bloater mackerel.
Jos. BhJky, of Sunshine, is a guest' of
ih Parker. " i l:
M. Ohamee, of Tillamook,
tt tlhe Parker.
W. Maurice Kelly returned fro.n Port'
Will Taltarit'e setter likes :tbe,-,nolgh.
bops' roast ibeef.
The J. O. V. A. M. last nigWt. toe In
ten rvemn members. .'jtttr;. aj,
Sole agents of Ithe Coulter Map'.e Syrup,
Foard & Broken Co.. 1 .at , y,.
Wm. Lucy, oif Nettm'.einv, registered' at
tlhe 'Pairkor yesterday.
The Pacific Commission 5o, receives to.
day X cases good eggs.
O. Strickland, of Fort Stevena, s a
guetst of tlhe Occident. '" " "'
W. E. Ostoarne, of San Franolsico, wja
at tCiie Occident yesterday. '
Looall polttilclians were much given to
cornor meetings yesterday.
M. M'cFarlane, of Wtstport, wus among
AiSboria's visitors yesterday.
Mrs. Fnaink L. Purvlne, of tena. Ore.,
to vksltlng 'irlends In itlhis city. "
Boiled older for cooking is to be found
only at Pacific Comlmlsalan Co."''"'
Pate Da Foleis Gras, Anchovnles in oil,
Bloater Paste. Foard & Stokes Cel.
Ohoirlrs H. 'Flifter, of Portland,
among Astoria's visitors yfiterd.iy.
Oscar WlckOund, of Fort 'Stevens, ro"e
Uhe go ait In Alstor Lotlge last nlgfit.
W. G. Wall, of Iliwaco, waa in the city
yetpterday, a guest of Mie Occident.
Gun Bi'a'niit and Henry Lund berg, of
Knapton, iweiro In tftv city yesterday.
OhiK Peiterson, of Olney, was In town
yrnttirday and toiped at (he Parker.
fllicirllt Loolowood, of Pacific county,
Washington, iwaisa visitor In the city ye
StrwcW c-ontracttors are congratulating
each otiher on fhe conitlnuitnce "of fine
'M. Ofsin anU wife und Jcilvh 'Groht, ot
tlhe NoHilii f3!iore, were vM'Iot In Astoria
yefltiirdlsy. p iri,;i, ;lt-.
Clh.ts. McDonald, the hardware man ot
PortC'CMvl, cafiltj on ihls AsLar!A.'r'n(i
Notice the chttnge The W. ,C. Ty.yi(wlll
rrMit toUary m fhelr of.d room in lleicue
hall t 'bwo oWock.
John SWn, David Carlson, and Mrs.
B. GiM.usilwr, of Young's River, were In
Mve city yestwday. :' ' l'---iV R
Anit'tiH .McGregor yeateitday filed en the
nortiinw.-wt quartier of flection &'towni!iip
5 ncr.i'i, range 9 iwert.
WANTKD-Chlm'neye uiU rtuB of tall
klnila to clean. Address orders to Joseph
Way, Aumorlan ofllce.
CkUr! CUetrl Pure Apple Ckltr Juat
received. For sale iby keg or gallon at
IWiltlo TVinmlsslon Co.
In a mall 'family ureal! Is now served
on a wooden Varvid p'.'ate, wlt a knife
wUlt a carveil ."lanjie to mutcA,-,. j
W. A. Scoggln, of Porttland,, one of jth,e
wjitcr 'tt Jrtis laondumen, was In the pity
yfitl t.y looking over Uva woi.
.Mr. F. G. Taylor and Mlf Ml(cie
Kn.tin) were yesterday aftrtynoon unied
In marriage by the Rv. Mi". LidJell. (u.
In coler to give butter servlceje West
ern I'nion will dMver meseage, up" 10
9:30 p. m. Insteadi of 8 p. m. as 'hKitofof e.
The picture of the first engine: on Hfte
Odb e 'road 1n (tie Railroad Exchange;' or
Ourl.on an'J La men, la attracting mtiV
attention. I ?i'f
In tlo county court ymtcrday Vhe fol
lowing marriaga IJcen: were 1.4u?d: F;
U. TayJor and Minnie Knapp; Jo. Erick-H
son and lantha Law.
It it rumored that many nii.vNInelling
hou- vti are under course of contract for
. k .m. j
TK,V" 10 neJi Hie ueman? m ira
In ip.HiVi population.
T Pacific Cummssilon.Co tia)'rr pa
per shell wjilniMa, mine meA'.'UIes inr
90 and M petrhd'TMllvanM bhe lfKt .
ortment of fruits) In the eltv."'' ' '
A &tw -nlrtg yalklng fcwt Is oftoe'roam
green velvet. In a Tam D atanter !V.ip.
wf. a.. -rLrr..' tttif'ihii.
. . ."'.. , L " . "
velvet ertsmtKed ntlreetly In ront Jtv
nhlnnitone orrmrrsem. ' .'
YeMieotkiy yfleantoon she t-yeer-old son
at George RaMon dad his tVic badly cut
by faStng on prxit glass) while playing
heir b;ooErtb"fflee-',Wihn tteked np-h
SlooTf ;' vs rptrearol'ni aJlo;ter;lh1,'fe
I Pk. Ji Philton dresd jrsundt
" Married On the afternoen of Novonoberi
t&;'at yhe Baptist paraonage, In Ibis city,
Rev. I J. Tnfmbull officiating, Mr. Jo
seph Erlclot jn, of Eon Francisco, to 'MImi
Iift'tha Lyr, of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
: Tonigfht, lira. Woodford' class In short
bund and penmanship at the Tlffhe Hotel.
A large number of pupils ere taking ad
vantage of the exceptionally low prices
to fcnire Instruction in these branches.
Much rnrtortat Is being manifested In tlhe
Republican primaries .to to he.d today,
Hi the wul .wards, and It is ttwught
thWt the largest attendance In years will
be'toad by citizens Interested fn rho ctty
gtoyernimerit. , .
Mls Jessie Jowctt, who has beeen under
'Fife instruction of Mrs. OWn for the past
tflrree yeans, .dei'm to organize a Umtted
c;.ass of piano pup.:. 'Her method of
,f,eadhlng wK be 'the uime as tfcai em
ployed by Mrs. Olson.
I ,. yistT(Ei.y morning Mr. Chis. HUH re
(turnei from Gray's river .where (he spent
a week tn fWhlng airid hunting. If the
storing of 18-lncti mountain trout wftleh
fte extiaitoJ was any Indication he must
louve had grand sport. One of the party
aueceeded in baggmg x magninc.nt elk.
The A'storla PlhliUnainnDnlc Sodfty wlil
hold its flrt regular meeting on tomorrow
evening at tlhe First Presbyterian rfvurch
at 8 o'clock, where we will be glad to
welcome all lovers of music. . Miss Bruce,
of Portland, just returned (from Lelpelc,
Germany, will be the accompanist and
M.u. P. J. Colton will direct lire eoclety,
Thie Laldlea' Guild of Grace dhurcfh,' who
are o well known as pleasing and grace
ful entertainers, rwlll give a social next
Weitoesdiay evening, at tlhe residence of
Mrs. Bergmain, at. which music ond re
frodliimeinta will be t'he order of tlhe even
ing. It goes iwitttvout saying that a lcrge
gaOhicTlng wl'jl be tlbere to eojoy 'tihe good
Unilngs mlhXih tn'IU tie provided.
Everj'.Wlng for Vtte tdirefWlng table is
now made of Chin in ts pretty forms
an'd tCiadcsi The drcdscr is, as our grand'
moJl.teru would exclaim, ' a.'gftt to be
hoa," antl a, most attractive sight, with
Its tcp etrown willh toru'.hes and combs,
glove butltonetro, "button hook, manicure
set, tirays and pufff box, all compoi?e!i In
part or entirety of the gayly flowered
Mr. Lewis Martln's little boy, while go
ing to 801111001 yesterday morning, wan at-
fadced iby a large bdack dog and wus only
savved from harm by the prompt appear'
ance of his father. It aesnra t:.at,, there
are sevwal ugly dog's in the neighbor-
ihood. m Commercial atTcet, and Mr.
MartJln dec'.-arcs that If any further trou
ble Is experienced by hln children he will
rure'.y kill the dog. " ' ' w'
L'ntll further notice tihe Btajimer Lur-
:tno wl.l tiake the run of the R. U. Thomp
son on the Antorla-Porttand route, leav
ing Astoria from the O. R. and N. dock
at 6:t5-a. m. daily, except Sunday, and
I'orthtin'd fi om Af)h atreet dock at 8 p. an.
dally, except Saturday. The-Lur-llne twIB
ake freight 'and pasaengetrs both from
hlet own wharf and .the O. R. and N. in
this city' and Portland. Tickets . issued
by the O. R. ond Nv Co. or Vancouver
Transportation Co. are. good on boats of
either tomfraiiy.' ' ' " '
' I-- .
' THH BICYCLE HOD, :"1 '
What Shall Tiaike the Piace of ithe rCon
vertlonol Sign of RecofrnlthomH.
(Boston Herald.) '' '
A fresh cause of complaint ag&lnst the
wheelman has Just toeen ibroutfhit to the
front 1y wtlcklcuu of oufAurd sign of
good ro.inrwus. These Individual: con
tend it 'Is not atone the bicycle face .'hat
should be iMtevl a5 an Indication of de
generacy, tut tire paioifuj fact at riders
no lorgtT fay pirper diiference to pass
ing C ('ends by lifting or toudhing Uie hat
without danger 'to tihtmaelvtu) or others.
A cunt nod is about the only recognJ.tion
evi'.-i i;ihe Grtat Mogul 'Is likely to .re
ceive ft':. a gentleman speeding on ihls
wheel, al tfw efTect .is most dC'.matrou.
Tie genial "How d'y do" Is mfct-ed, w'th
U'.m conventional lalslng of tihe hat, arid
t'l.'j frler.M or acquttlntance who rusihts
by wJIs h''i bicycle face and merely a
weoplng gCance your way leaves a m6st
'Wfciiit CAM happened $6 Jones? ' Is the
baby HIT Doesn't he like ua any more?"
An'i Jont, wo Is making heroic efforts
to balance Ohe wttetC' nl keep from be
ing run down by nn electric c.i.r, holds
on tiw bar .wltc both f.iands .and
cteeOe atway, leavla.j an lmr,w:auion of
eurl!e ar.'l Impoll'teners -behind Wm.
BJi'Ko peop'.e must lewt to clde he bl
ovcle iw:th one.;hand or there must be
one arnunffcmwnt by rr.ikA tCie tat can
be &0j to one's friends; T'.icoe -might
be a iW.ng t!rait. cou:4 'ba pul'.d by" a
movement of he toot, or ptrfiaps the
unskin'fui rrder couM weUr a bfacard
aaylng, "I m not' bl'.rd; pldaae consi der
I have ibowtvl," rwth'kih .would i:ootia '.he
otfhw'S feelings. Unit, at all events, this
caurStery. dMmurtiied by etiquette, must
be prtpjisrwJ. The outdoor world 'would
Kijm a very eofoer a-p(dt K nobody
wus to greet 4 with bright glances) and
cRwxtrtful tip of tlhe JietaJgear. A boor'eh
drraeainor arousea a conreflpondhig reaerrt
trcnt Khat turgaea ba!dly lar botih parties),
but .hen tflne cause it aeedleus it Is more
p!ty to permit it to extend and -gradu-T.ly
fasten among th euetomna of the day.
If cycling fh9 come to stay Its manners
will "become perriwnerit aleo. The bl
cyole Asoe we shall Nave always wUh ,
tout must a h graclousneaa of social
or bueCness Intercourse be baintsfhed on
.THE DISCOVERT 8AVED HIS LIFE.
Mr. O. Csdllouette, drutrftlart, Beavera
w He. 111., aays: "To Dr. King1 New
p 00 very I owe -my Ufv. Was) taken with
."La Ortpp "d triad all tti pnyotcdana
Cor mile atBoist, rxK or no avail ana wu
tven up and toM I could not Lvev Hav
tng Dr. "K)nV '? Discovery c,tn my
tor. I sent -for tvKtl and began Its
um M tnxn ths Tire duor, began 10 get
barrier,- w alt" wstnar three botjtlea was
itp , and atwut again. . It is worth tta
weight in J. wont keep ator or
aoua4 -ls'ttMuUf.- CMt frer.rt at
! T Wosw
Rojwsf. drug ator. I t
, WifVy-li yxxj HilnarJHetS is. mair,fC of. Frinilln avenue to 'north
ihut roukl conacteiiitiou&ly say 10 his
iA: "You are K only woman 1 ever
loved?" HiUr-Only one that I van
think of. Wtfey Who? You, desrestT
Hit)by CC no; Adam. Town Toplcsx
Fnll Attendance at Last Night's
STREET IMPROVEMENT ORDERED
Large Amount of Routine Business
Transacted-Number of Ordin
At the meeting of the common council
lart evening all tpembers were present but
Mayor Kinney. Following is a nummary
cf tlio business transacted:
Victor (Bergtrrfan filed necessary papers
adkmg for a' liquor license at MO Com
merclal street. Gtranteal.
A petition signei by many leading cltl-
ueras and tux payers was read, ecking
that Mrs. Otto Peterson bo re-imbursed
In itihe sum of (400, the amount she ex
pended In In grading the street ud
Jaoerrt Ito Ihw Vol. Referred to ccrmnHtee
on streets and public way
Citairle S!mijn lllel a petition for the
erya'ctment of an ordinance r.'sulallng and
licensing bill-posting, plac.ng the license
st 810 per quarter. Refrred to the com
mittee on health- and police.
A petition signed by property owners
for tlhe Improvement of I6TO1 street from
tihe south eJJe of Commetrclail street to
tne cortfii Ue of Irving avenue, was pre
sented and read. Referred to street com
mlotee. Petition of Wm. Bock for a saloon li
cense at 418 Bond street 'Aft 9 read and
The property owners of Uniontown filed
a petition tor tihe 'improvement of Alia
medai avenue. Referreed to committee on
streets and pufbDlc ways.
Kendrlcks St Co., of 290 Aator s.ret,
ot'ked for a saloon license. Granted.
Mrs. M'cCann petitioned the council for
Bhe return to (her of 19.80 city tax for 1891.
Aeiferrt'd to committee on ways and
A ipetltvon ilkr 'S'.ic Improvument of Ex
Chang street fronv lOtih to 13th was
The propos.tlon to pave one block of
the city's Btreeta wltfh asphalt was re
tunned to .tlhe 'atirwt cormnltitee and more
time g'iven tihem to die UKelr report.
Tlhe reports of tlhe oj(V iurveror w;r
read 'arnd adopted.
The report of Calpaln Hallock of the
electric llgililts during the imontih of Oc
tober, was read and tlhe auditor li.et rU'Cled
to make" the proper dydufctions.
TCja report cf tlhe wafer co.mn!s3lon was
read and "'alJopted.
The proposition from R. L. Boyle to
furnish tffty .map wlao adopted.
Report fr&ni Ohleif Green etating that
for tlhe aiiccesstul protection Of t'he city
the courirll rtiould pasj n ord'tonnee re
qulnlng (he rctmodeilng of the fire atmrm
The repor't of the committee on public
property who lnveitlgated tihe city cem
etery, waa adapted.
Tfci cipecian police roll for protection
on vvaDe'r iworks waa referred to the' water
comirrriMvon 'with a request that' they pay
the bill. ' C-
Tlre regular .pay rolls for tSie manth
were retad and allowed.
' The property owiiersot Uniontown ask
eJ bhlait Oolumlbla ave.tttie be Improved
from Bond street to weit side of Akumcda
avenue. Refeirred to street committee.
Ccimmuhioatlon read Aom the water
comirrisjlon tuggestlng that 'tihe matter ot
a speclail Devy for a tax tfor tlhe mainte
nance of tlhe 100 new tredt Jiydrantlj be
taken up. Referred to committee on fire
Lcttftr from W. W. Packer, chairman of
lhe water commlwlon, waa mead suggeit
ing t'he grade Cf Jerome avenue between
8tih and 16tihi etrofta .be etltabl'ltihed betfore
tlliie atw water maan la lUld Km tha street
so as to avoid expense of re-lay Ing pipe
In later years. Refenred to street com
miHtee. Comuniinktation from David Alrth .was
rt'ad iln wlhlcW ihe prepcaed to dedicate
suflfclent tamd for 'tihe 'WlJiening of the al
leiiway thtiouigla .BloA 103 In "Adair's As
toria,' If tine city .would donate sufficient
mc.n.y to improve tlhe atreet iw.hen so wld
eiht'J In ttw saime mamner tas Boml street.
Referred lt committee on streets and .pub-
TCi'a foKawug ordinances were read tihe
ttvli'l time and passed:
Oivllnance reguiolting Uh changing and
r ..modeling of he ftre aramm eyotem the
c; it cf iome not .to exceed (500.
Ordinance tde-&narlng pal -Ing pJaces and
naming judge j and clerks for the coming
Orlin'nce conflrmiing tihe assfmont for
tfte Improvement of iRorrd street, toetweetn
OJ a.nd t&tth. eitreeta.
OrJlnance amending Ordinance No. 1947,
Inciuldtng certtuin lots and land In the
compromise settlement of Auces ifor 1893-94.
Ordinance lagiprioprlartng $200 for the ben-
eflt cf Prank Patton for wxpemses ot
lltho?iucfhlng city bonda
Ordinance connnmirjg tfhe rpecinl xtreet
amessment on Roll (No. T, for the lm?
prow.Tnt of l;lh ti'.reet,
OrXnance confirming tlhe tortitructlon'
of tlhe Ittfh street sewer.
Ordinance arp.pnliating $3,615.57 to L.
LeibeJk for work done on Irving Avenue.
Ordinance taroroprlaUng $509. S3 to L. Le-
beck fbr work done In constructing crofa
Ings on Irving avenue.
Oillrsance Hpruprkatlng $116.90 to,. Ja
AlexainUer for rwork done on crossing of
Irvine avenue and ISttv street.
RcUoluMon directing tlhe auditor to give
nottice Vlecaixlng tite council's Intention, to
esta,b:::i grade on 40ta street. Adopted.
Rojlutlon cHrectltig t'he publication of
no: Ice of tAe iatention of jtJia couhctji tU
tablet hh'gra). ot Ecctionga etreet
trotn claim lino in &(cCrure'a and Shtve-'
ly's Ubonutlon land claim to .west: :d of
&eh atreet. (Adopted.
iRetsovutlon decCbrlng the VJetermlnatfonJ
df thre co'Urtall to knprov th ttreet north.,
ward f!rott Astor street. 'Adopted. -'" .: !
RVrSdtutlon ecafirig ihe determination
Kre of Irrlng avenue. Adopted,
Til ollarwrng bills against the city
were read and tallowed:
A. Nurnherr, t8: H. W. Shwman. SI;
S. Il: Wlllett, $T.6j,ArtflfcTraiTfer,.Cp.,
$1.50; at. C. Crosby., $2.64; 'Jon Andrsi,
m'f: 3. Arrlganl; ll-MfcWllJlaiTi F. I?ln-
' ' " ' '!4" ifn.4
. tTHB RESULT.'
Pod'jrrfister "Wise Writes to: flhe. Depart
In conversation with Postmaster 'W'tee
yesterday tfhat gentleonan stalled that tie
tied token up tflve matter of Improved mall
service for Astoria and furnished the
Astorlan repreaontaltlve with the follow
ing letter to rhe tdepartaient on-'the .Ob
ject: . o(f ,t ,.
Astoria, Oregon, November Btfti, 1895.''
Ttoe Hononalble C. Nellnon, Second Assist-
and Poaibmaster General, Waeihlngton,
D. C.:- - w'.-
Sir: I have tlhe honor to enclose a copy
of the Dally Astorlan containing an arti
cle In reference to the changing" of the
schedule ibetween Astoria and .Pprtr.and,
vis., Route No. 73,100. ' ,
Knowing tlhiat It ia the poVley of the ad
nUnlstmation to make all the 'improve
ments (halt the public service requires and
being eatlslled that the recommendations
.suggested In the ariDicle 'would result In a
benefit to the paitrons of the office.
mctt respectfully eubmit thalt the depart
ment would confer a great favor upon
our people If the necessary Improvement
could poEslbly be mode; ' "
Th.9 Astoria 'maiH tooat now leaives Port
tand daily except Suwlay at 7 o'clock a,
m.i the Calif omnia mall arrives in Portland
at about 8 a. m., wihicb neceail totes the
retention of our urjaill In 'the poetoffice at
Portland for 12 hours and result In an
other daiy'a delay in answering corres
pondence and as the greater pout ion of
the business done by our merchants is
Willi the business men of San Francisco,
Cal., the Inconven'reirtcej consequent upon
tills delay tecome very plain.
Should 'the O. R. and N. Co. coneent to
hold thielr eUeamwis until after the arrival
of the OaW'fcrnla train, cay until 8:30 or
8:35, o'clock a. m., the gentlemen of the
R. 'M. service couM make, up . dUrect
pouches for Astoria, and Dls. wthidh could
then be twainiaPerred from,,-tlhe Iran direct
tao the boat In the course of not to ex-
ceed 15 'minutes. .
' The contractors may plead that the op
position steamers leave at on earlier hour,
but In answer to that I would i.uy that
the passenger leaving Astoria pn their
niglht boats (oind tlhreefourthis of the
peop'.e Uo tinnrvel on the night boats) wou'.d
appreciate tlhls deray, because they could
then enjoy a good night's cest ,lns:oad of
being dratiurbed at an unseemly .hour as
mw, in order to enable the steamer to
return at 7 o'clock; I .beliere too, that
the .peapCe coming down the trlver would
mucin raithcr leave, iPottland at 8:30 tf-an
bts coiapeMeid to arise - isetfooe funrlse
there are .many reaisoni hy 'this should
be done, 'besrdes thev.maJbter of public
necessity and convenience, ani I am sure
that the laceiptance Of tihese suggestions
on thw iJtvt of iffiWlH). !R. Jajid N. Co.
would create aTnofS tfwoatole feeling
among Ui people cf .Astoria and vicinity
toward itihiki company, iresuitlhff in In'
created patrtanagie ito tniem. Astoria Is a
city of nearly 10,000 .population and ot
considerable commieirC'Sal Importance.
Our cltiBeins tare 'appreciative and should
you see your .way rfear to comply wlUi
their wtslhieui, 1 am sura that itDre-y would
ever ramcimber your klrtineas.
Your Ob5dler.it Servant,
' H'JCB'MAN WISE.
'i'. I ipcd.'mater.
It was staled by ' a' by stander that it
would 'bi a good thing 'for the CbJumber
of Commerce to fetke 'the matter 1n 'hand
and alid offlclaMy the efTSHa or the citizens
to gJt the Improved aervlce.'
tainte3d meat in' lonpon mar
A favorite .winter didh' ihas been eer
lonisly dttvjredlted by aai alarming state
menit .made ty the city' medical officer of
health. Dr. 'Sounders informed the com
missioners of sewens that he viewed avIJi
concern t'he gimilt importation of Osteoid
and Australian ra'bblts into the metropo
lis. A few viaya ago he visited Jlhe Lead-t'.-.l..iall
Cold Stc-:'aK Market, and eixed
200,000 of t.iem, no fewer than 26,150 of
wMah .were 'bad, In addi'ton to a very con
siderable nttnitoer whidli were diseased.
He fcud Investigated .Hue ;n-Ji.ter, and
fcAtn'i that ia large quantity of. these rab
bits left the docks; In an unwholesome
utai.e, being packed in a. meet uneiitltfac
tccy manner In wooden boxes. He thad
received iettcirs of remoretrance from i.lhe
Lea4:iJ 'Mj; ar.U Bllling'sate Market com
:nltl:eu, w'..o i.vere powerless to prevent
J.ie s'it'.uge of tV5:.e diseased artim'als. It
waa .po'nted out t.'.'.ut neltther tihe London
. ..i&.r.'otr tt.' Cc.Timrce nor the oustonr
coul'd do anytWlng In tlie mlattcir, but t'hat
t'.ie port of London sanitary authorities
were iledtroying 'hundireda of tons of dis.
eased meat every 'week wthlcti found ite
y to London from AustiUlia, New Zea
land and orhor places. It was eventually
clecMed to lapppoacih- the pert cf London
sanluury committee on the surjee:. Lon
Stafj IjlukI 'Agent Davenport, toys the
SjateumUa, Ihuu reilwntd flrorn Vila tr
thinaugih ttie upper Santla.-n region; wlhere
Ihe iwori unable iu And any land that couid
be Ihuld for tlhe suite outside of tlhe limits
of Ijlie Caacale x serve, so he will be
iforeeU to wait urftCI a sjtrip on either
sifc of tlhe railtvalji Is toromh open,
uti'Ida doubtleai twill cVcur soon 'after
congreaa meetd. Mr. Duivenprl the
!nlicio.ow are tlhut t'he Oregon Central
4 Eaatimn railroad extension., will pro
ceed next teeing as early as possible.
New tiej vacvd tim'i: are "beihg gojten
out In great number- anl At Is an air
of itfhsrCfit. prosrtets and hopefulmm among
hu people all along the line.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
0vld Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years the Standard.
LOOK OUT FOR
HfiE THEY PUflE?
Only the best grades sold by
. FOARD & STOKES.
BERRY'S HARD OIL FINISH HARD TO BEAT,
v SO ARE OUR PRICES.
A SONG OF AUTUMN.
The dry leaves on the pavement lie,
Until the wind comes nvtaistHng ty ;
Then they are 'Whirled along the street.
And some are blown beneath our feet.
The .wind Ls w tow Ing ihard today,
Upon itlie tree-tops ''tis at play;
It turns the wlmlmlll round and round,
An'd eaJkee) the apples to tihe ground.
The ripe 'fruits now are gatfhereM in;
The corn lis stored safe In each, bin;
Tine birds have left their nests in the
The ipliamta .will tao on sleep 'neath the
PROFESSIONAL GOSSIPS IN CHINA.
There la one tlMng that most women
can tto they can .talk, and generally
they do not find it difficult to servj up a
nicely seasoned dilh of scandal or gossip
to any one whom they think' it may
In England their services In this way
are uiiremuneraJted, and often unapprecl'
alted: fout this is not the cose In the
Ceteatlan Empire, where the thrifty ChJ.
trese has foumd a means of turning i
natural talent Into a source of profit.
There eMerly ladie3 are employed as
gosJslps arid are well palid. I't Is cus
tomary for them to go oiround to t!h
bedt houses heating a drum to announce
their arrival, and to offer their services
to the lady of iflhe house as entertainers.
If ttoelr offer .be accepted they sit down
ami rjcount fcho latest news, scandals
and all .that ithey think may Interest
theiir patronesscls. Should any of their
stock in trade prove particularly delecta
ble to their audience they twill very prob
ably receive a Ihandsome present In addi
tion to the&r trcgular fee, which Is at the
rate of a shilling an hour. Home Notes.
Whenever a receipt calls for baJklng
powder, use the hest, the iRoyal.
ASTORPAN IMENU FOR TODAY.
Peans and Grapes.
Beralofaat Food. Crevm.
Calf's liver and Bacon.
Corn Muffins. Apple Sauce.
aingertoread. Apple Sauce.
Olives. Dill Tickles.
Balked Ham. Stuffed Tomatoes.
Wafers. Cheese. Coffee.
BUYERS AND SELLERS.
The following transfers of real estate
were filed for record In the county record
er's office yesterday:
W, B. A'i'a'ir and wife to Aley
Iverson. Lots 11 and 12, Block S8,
John Adair's addition 350
S. D. Adair and wife to D. Stuta.t
Jr.. BJock 10. in Meirriweilher
Mary Knowlees and J. O. Han
Mhorn to Ausrult Erickson, Lot 4,
Block 11, McClure's 15000
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Bidis will be received by the undersigned
at Ohair office. 529 Exchange street, until
Monday. November 11th, 1S95. for the
erection of a "eitory tontf a half" residence
on Lot . Block . McClure's Astoria.
Plums and epediflcatlons and1 all neces-
tury Intfonmatlon obtained at the omce
of LlddJcoat & Crlbb, .Astoria, Oregon.
Tihre.s comfortahly furnished rfms,
wlt'lr nrst-class table board, at Mrs: Hoi
rlen'B. comer 9th and Duuie streets.
boartl withijiut room If dealreA ,
The resrular quarterly examination ot
app'.'IctaMts for certificates to tcaah in
CCtatsc-p county will be hell in McClure's
(Co'K't Street) school houee, Astoria, -oe.
ginning at 1 o'clock p. n.i Wednesday,
November 13, 1895, and continue the rest
of the week. AX applicants will he pres
ent promptly and continue through the
Examination of applicants for state di
plomas will be heM Saturday, November
IS, 'beginning at 9 a. m.
H. S. LTM4.N,
Sdhool Superlntendeint, Clatsop Co.
WORTHY OF NOTICa
There Is nothing but bold, clear-cut
truth in the statement that to secure per
fect fit, quality and style in your shoes
at the lowest i-easonabie prices you must
go tf the firm of John Hahh ft Co., 479
Notice is heraby given that on Thurs
day, November ?th, 1895, in the Ci:y of
Astoria, Clatsop Cuinty, Oregwn, a prl
mairy eSecflon will be hcCd In t'he three
wards of auHd cHy, for the purpose of
electing twelve de.?jrites for the F'lvt
Ward, nine deterjjtcs for the Second
WUrd, and eight delegates for the Third
Ward of tald city, to attend the Repub-
ICcon city convention to be held at the
city hall bulMing In said city, on Satur
day, November 9th, 1895, at th? hour of
I o'clock p. m. of said day, which paid
convention 1b hereby call si to meet at the
time and place above mentioned, for the
purpose of nominating the fo'."'hwlng can
didates, to be voted for at the city eOrx-
aMn to be hold on Wednesday. December
Uth, 1895, to wit: Mayor, Auditor and
POlfce Judge, "Treasurer, City Attorney,
CTty Surveyor, Superintendent of Streets,
Harbor Master, one Police CoroTlna'ontr,
arr.1 one Coun-.-Cmaa from each ward. '
The following JudNw are hereby ap
pointed, and the following poK'ng places
OeRgiiiyted for raid prlnowy ilcotlon, ta
i FWst Ward.;froJjng pJnce N.il ;EraJne
Mlt. X - w .a ft..-, sft W TV '.-
and'P.JiMeahy A ' '-
Second Ward. Pollinr Dace Welch'
ney. snd B. i."Wlrl . -T ..
f VlMrd Ward, Poll Ing 'pace. McGr )?or's
Office Judges, O. F". Morton. Enoch Pe
eron, and O. E. GorKtard.
Pools twill t6 open from 1 o'do-4i p. m.
til I o'ctodc p. m. of i'd Thursday, No
vember IA. 189S.
By onJer of ttho Republtosn fy Com
mittee. ' JAY TCTTLE,
NOTICE OF SALE.
By virtue of a decree of the circuit
court of the state of Oregon, for Clatsop
county," made and entered on the 21st
day of February, 1806, in a suit wherein
the Nlcholal Brother Co. was plaintiff
and Elizabeth Funge, Alfred Funge,
Elizabeth Funge as guardian of Alfred
Funge and Elizabeth 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 9th day of November, 1895, 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, all
of lot fourteen (14), in block sixty-five (66),
In the town, now city, of Astoria, as
laid out, platted and recorded by John
MeClure, and extended by Cyrus Olney,
In Clatsop county, Oregon, but said lot
will not be sold for less than $11,000.
The terms of sale will be one-half cash
and the balance on one year's time, with
Interest at 8 per cent per annum.
J. H. D. GRAY,
N. B. The above described property is
known as the Tighe hotel property and
consists of a. three story house and ap
purtenances. The different countries of the world
now use 13,400 different kinds of postage
Waniter to rent A centrtaXy located
house of seven or eight rooms. Address
M., tihta office.
WANTED Agents to represent ths
old National Life Insurance Co., ot
Montpeller. Vt. For further Informa
tion, address O. M. Etolp, General Coast
Manager, 82-84 Crocker Building, San
WANTED Man or lady to collect, do
some office 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. Louis, Mo.
FOR RENT Furnished room on ground
floor in private family. 414 Exchange St.
JAPANESE GOODS-Just out Just re
ceivedJust what you want, at Wing
Lee's, 54S Commercial street.
MONEY Apply to
Title and Trust Co.
$75,000 PER WEEK using and selling
Dynamos for plating watches, Jewelry,
and table ware. .Plates gold, silver,
nickel, etc., same as new goods. Dif
ferent sizes for agents, families and
shops. Easy operated; no experience;
big profits. W. P. Harrison & Co.,
Clerk No. 14. Columbus, Ohio.
B. F. ALLEN,
Wall Paper, Artists' Materials, Paints,
Oils, Glass, etc. Japanese Mattl gs,
Rugs and Bamboo Goods,
365 Commercial Street.
Reservoir Lining, Street Paving, Side
walks, Flooring and Roofing.
AaphaltlcCementBnamel and So
lution for en tug and interring.
IRON and STEEL TANKS, BULKHEADS,
GIRDERS, PIPES. etc.
Plans and Specifications Prepared-
THOS. K. MUIR,
-General Contractor and Dealer In Asphalts.
43 McKay Block, telephone 841, Portland.
Local Representatives and Agents :
& Bell, Fiavel Building. Astoria, Or.
473 Commercial street, is tbe place
where the btiHinewman and (be Inboriutr
man go (or what is called "BKST 'N
THE COAST." or a nice cool drink of
tbe celebrated OambriiiUH lienr. Saud
wi. bes of every kind made to order, mid
n eleeant free Innrh served every diiy.
Ilot BoMon Uakeil Rans served every
Hber 'afternoon. Yon an welcome.
Grosbauer & Brach.
ROSS HIGGINS & CO.
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Astoria and Upper Astoria
Fine Te and CoftVt, Table Dellcac es Dr.mrstlc
and Tropical hults. Ve sMahles. ueai
Cured Hams. Bacon, Etc.
Choice - Fresh - and - Salt - Meats.
THE ASTORIA SAVINGS BflHK
Acts as trustee for corporations and In
Transact a general banking business.
Interest paid on time deposits.
9' A" BOWLUT President
FBANK lATTON..,, ::.t. ,
THRfcCTOKh.' . .y.,- . '-
.VQ. A. Bowlby. C. aVpVgeV lWiti C
. ; 1 1 - r t '
.178 ComrnemisJ Street,
Manufacturer, of every d-scrtntlon of
ounges. MaUrerw. niWOn 01
REPAIRINQ IN ALL ITS BRANCHES