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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1896)
THK DAILY AST0R1AN, WMXKSDAY MORNING, DECKMBKR Sil, 18.
WESTON BY THE SER
NEW TO-DAY !
The Brightest Store In Astoria.
Wise's Customers See What' They Are Buying
Sitnated in Clatsop County
Hear Astoria .. ..
Ladies' Misses' and Child's
MOW being sold in tracts of all sizes. Bond for dee
1 i given with every purchase. . . . Each buyer has a
chance for the CAPITAL PRIZE. For particulars call on
E. Z. FERGUSON,
OREGON ... .
Ladies Walking CfinAe
Durable School OllUCd
Rotber Boots, Etc
appears In large letter. "Queen." None
genuine without IL Beware of Imlla
tlons. We are sole agents for the
John Hahn & Co
479 Commercial St
See the Display at
Fancy Goods Counter
of Choice Novelties la
White Metal and
-s JUfcert Duntar
jSlQNAt. SERVICE REPORT.
Maximum temperature, decree.
Minimum temperature, M degrees
Total precipitation from September
lot. m, to date, 42.82 inches.
Excess pf precipitation from Septem
Ist, 18S, to date, 12 Jl Inches.
Portland, December 21 For Wash
ington, fffld Oregon, fair weather.
560 Commercial St., Astoria, Or.
.a mc ust or..
GOLD AND SILVER
MBREUsS. ri RSCS. STERLING
ISO rUTCD V1RC.
Suitable for Christmas Presents, a
,Very Low Prices.
Every article rirckised Eigrsved Free.
The Largest and Best Selection of
LADIES' CENTS' and CHILDREN'S
In the City at
HANDKERCHIEFS An Introduction
C. H. COOPER
I To our stot of MATS and to
I of doing husinoas will nmvii
jyou will make n mistake if y.
money trading else where.
ee you that
n wattle your
Portland; R. Yarent and W. Lamlvy
of the steamer Alarm, registered at the
Parker House yesterday.
TO KKADKKS. Tt. "Dally Astoriaa"
eeatetat twlea a Meek mdlag matter ea
amy ether paper smbuskea la Astseta. It
to tke mIj paper thtt pro" It readers
vita a sally tel graphic report.
TO ADVERTISERS. -Th. "Dally As
arlaa" Was mare thaa twice a saaay read
er, m aay ether paper peblUaed la Asto
ria. It le therefore aioie thaa twice ea
Talaable aa aa adnrttslag BMdlnas.
tate ef Orr". I
Ceaaty of Clatsop, "
We, the aadetslraea, local aaaaagers
reepeetlrety of the WHttn Caloa mad
Teetal Telegraph eompaalra, hereby cer
tify that the "Dally Astortaa" U the only
paper pablishfd le Astoria which aew re
ceives, er at aay time daring oar coatrol
of amid oflcee ha, received, a telegraphic
preee report. B. D. JOHNSON,
Maaager W . fj. T. Co.
Maaagar Foetal Tel. Co.
Eastern oyster at Pacific Commission
Mr. W. T. Beveridge yesterday Issued
hla Chriatmaa cards In very tangible
This week, dress foods remnants, all
lengths, your pwu price. Low Price
In the police court yesterday P. H.
McDermott was fined 12 for being
Bilk Mittens at Dasher's.
The ladies out shopping yesterday
wore bunches of mistletoe as a corsage
The old-fashioned yule log will burn
on many a hearthstone during the com
THREE SIZES OP QUEEN HEAT
ers now In stock and for sale only by
I have told you of the Spaniard who
always put on his spectacles when
about to eat cherries, that they might
look bigger and more tempting. In like
manner I make the most of my enjoy
ments, and though I do not cast my
cares away, I pack them In as little
compass aa I can, and carry them as
conveniently aa I can for myself, and
never let them annoy others. Southey.
The tin born Is here.
ook out for the Stanfords and the
Buy your Groceries at 10th and Duane
Just received Lowney's chocolates, at
Candles by the ton this week at C. B.
Go to 15 Tenth street for the finest
You can get the beet potatoes at lOto
and Duane street.
35c roll good butter, Just received.
Pacific Commission Co.
The Elks' social bri the Mth will be
the event of the season.
The child who does not believe in
Bant a ClaiiB is to be pitied.
Aprons at Dasher's.
The new woman and the up-to-date
dolls are not made of wax.
The finest candles and lowest prices
this week at C. B. Smith's.
Holly and mistletoe are now largely
entering Into house decorations.
Buy your Christmas! candies of C. B.
Smith and get the worth of your money.
The finest cranberries, bananas, and
Schillings Best tea is in
packages, sealed air-tight to
keep, full .weight, and right
It is cheap besides.
If you don't like it, your
grocer returns your , money
in full-j we pay him to do it
A Schilling A Company .
The various entertainments at the
schools and churches will make the
week a bright one.
The Christmas Ship in the Salvation
Army will be on the night of the 25th
Everybody Is invited.
There will be a swell party at Knapp-
ton this evening, at which many Asto-
riafis will oe present.
At the raffle last night at Spexarth's
Dr. Jay Tuttle was Uie winner of the
magnificent music box.
Reserve your seats at the Fisher
Opera House box office for the Elks'
entertainment on the 29th.
Do not be disappointed if yo do not
get what you want. Save up your mon
ey and but it for yourself.
If you want any of those fine tree
ornaments at C. B. Smith's you bad
better get them this week.
Dr. T. L Ball, dentist. Teeth ex
tracted without pain. Price reasonable.
No. 562 Commercial street
It Is reported that Mr. and Mrs. Op
penheimer will make their home In
Portland after the holidays.
Manicure Sets at Dnnlars
Superintendent Morrison and Mana
ger Johnson, of the Western Union,
went to the opera last night
Generally speaking the week so far
has been quiet, but the merchants re
port large sales of staple goods.
County Clerk Dunbar yesterday Is
sued a marriage license to George S.
Hussey and Wlllema D. Mitchell.
We offer all our cast Iron stoves at
10 per cent below cost. The latest air
tight stoves also on hand at 431 Bond
Christmas tree decorations, the finest
assortment In the city. Candles, ten
cents a box, all sizes, at Griffin &
Christmas buyers are using common
sense this year and are purchasing ar
ticles of use and necessity instead of
I'ln Trays at Dunbar's.
A.igellca, port, sherry, and claret
wines. Best ever imported and brought
to Astoria. Prices very reasonable. At
Books, all kinds, sizes and styles, In
neat and tasty bindings, the finest as
sortment ever shown In the city, at
Griffln & Reed's.
When making your selection for
Christmas do not , forget Griffin &
Ueed's Souvenir of Astoria. Fifty pho
tographs for fifty cents. ,
W. J. Wilson and wife, James Broncll,
Coffee 6c, Woodcock's, 674 Com'l St.
Hsadk.irhl.fi nt Dunbar's.
A large consignment of handsome
picture frames In all varieties of mold
ings, on sale cheap this week at Snod
grass' studio, 72 Commercial street
Call and see the Queen air-tight heat
er at Howell A Ward's before buying
they can save you money both on the
price of the stove and wood consumed.
Before purchasing, floo't fall to see
those celebrated air-tight stoves at
Foard A Stokes.' They have them In a
dosen different styles, and every pos
If you have not decided on what to
send your Eastern friends, a handsome
calendar, booklet or Christmas card
will fill the bill. We have them; Oriffln
A special Importation of kid glove
oranges direct from the Daiklsen Asso
ciation. Japan, arrived this morning for
the Pacific Commission Co., and are
now on sale,
The effects of the strike of last spring
are being felt this winter, but It is
said that the hard times will be In a
measure, overcome by the Increased
Parses at Dunbar's.
A large lot of handsome railroad lan
terns, bridge lights, etc.. have just bvn
received at Foard & Stokes," It Is ar
gued from thlt that trains will be soon
running from Portland.
Whatever else you do between now
and Christmas, be sure and see our
ucMuiuui nuvrmec in periuuitw ueiurv j
buying any gifts for your friends.
Mind you, we do not say buy of us.
We merely say, see what we have be
fore you buy, and then do as you choose
about the place you purchase. Of
course we have an ldia about what
the result will be after having exam
ined our varied stock, but that need
not In any way Influence your choice.
We are showing our goods with the
understanding that we wish no one to
purchase unless we make It their best
Interest to do so. We have In stock
an elegant line of novelty perfumes In
cut glass bottles, all new styles, never
put on the market before, and filled
with the choicest perfumes made by
Adolph Spieler and Solon Palmer, the
best manufacturers of perfumes In
America; also a full line of imported ex
tracts by Lubln, Roger and Oallet. Ed.
Plnaud of Paris and the Crown Per
fumery Company of London, who are
known to be the leading perfumers of
the world, and some of their entirely
new orders In our stock are Metsuklta,
Orchlda, Peau de Sprague, L. Iris
BlaUC, Bouquet dea Amours, Vera Vlo
letta, Violet de Parm. Parqulnta Lilly.
Aurora Lily and QUEEN OF VIOLETS.
We also carry the largest line of toilet
soaps of any house west of the Itucky
Mountains (that is not a wholesale
house.) We have forty gross ranging
In price from 40 cents per dosen to $1
a cake, 12 gross of tooth brushes at
from cents to 50 cents each. Our Wo
brushes generally sell for 75c. 24 doien
hair brushes at from 13c to $7 each:
bath brushes from 50c to 12 each; also
an endless variety of lather brushes
and shoe brushes, and hundreds of
Don't forget that the Low Price Store !otm'r "''" numerous to mention,
has the only perfect fitting wrappers. !anJ at ,ne lowt'1" cah Prlc"- We
the handsomest line of Jackets and I take pleasure In showing gotnls. wlu th
capes. and Is selling them at wholesale r you or not- nnR. after ex
prices. 491 Bond street amlning our stock and prices, you will
There are overcoats that
attract. Thai'a our kind.
They arc) out and lined in
a miperior fashion, it
makes one feel comfort
ahle and happy. Our
overcoats get clone to the
sensible girl; that's
Half the Trick
Tim line of l our-in-Mauds, Tecks. Hand
nnl Shifltl Mows ami Strings which wo
how this Xnnis is not surpassed anywhere
in Amei ica. Why lmv old styles wlx-n you
can iii-k from our new line? We also have
Susim ii.IOts Handkerchiefs. Underwear and
I'nilirellas for Xmas presents.
No ad. can do jus
tice to the great
and line assort
men' of suits in
our store. An inspection will cause you to
acknowledge our cl.iiin ol Hiiperioi ity.
twTlie Reliable Clothier and Hatter
GREAT XMAS SALE
French Dress Goods
Novelty Pattern Suits
when In need of anything In our
Odd Fellows' building. Astoria.
The talk yesterday amongst represen
tative business men relative to a com
mercial dry dock shows that thinking
men realise on which side their bread
will be buttered In the future.
At the session of the county court
yesterday, the Smith case came up for .
consideration, and was taken under j Yesterday Manager Johnson, of the
advisement. Orders were issued to the Western Union, received a small box
county clerk to advertise for bids for j which seemed to contain solid ld. but
tlon. Mr. Ingalls Is one of the success
ful ranchers of the Lewis and Clarke.
the Young's river bridge.
Early yesterday morning the cigar Johnson
store of Will Madison was entered by
burglars, and about forty dollars taken
from the cash register and ntckle In the
slot machines. Entrance was effected
through a back window.
The Mendell yesterday brought to the
city one of the employee who had been
Injured In a fall from an embankment.
The man was taken to the hospital,
but It was found upon examination
that no bones were broken.
J.wel Boies at Dunbar'.
A party of ladles yesterday were the
guests of Mrs. Captain Charles Rich
ardson, on board the Cblmbllie, and
made the trip to the lightship and re
turn. It is said that several were not
anxious for their dinner after reaching
Architect Emil Schecht returned from
North Beach yesterday, where he has
been making extensive improvements
to his summer cottage. He says that
the big ship Potrimpos, standing up on
the sands at Pacific Park, Is a grand
which was marked "Glass; handle with
care. I pon opening the package Mr.
found a pair of telegraph line
Intended for Fore-
Before Justice Abercromble yester
day, Wm. Kelley was tried at the
complaint of John Madison, on the
charge of having stolen a log. After
lengthy argument by -counsel, Smith
Brothers appearing for the defence. Mr.
Kelly was acquitted of the charge.
At the Lurllne dock yesterday D. J.
Ingalls received a large connlgnment of
sheep and Angora goats from Inde
pendence. The animals were very hand
some ones and attracted much atten-
ROYAL baiting Powder.
Highest of all in leavening1
Strength l!.S. Oovmmrnt Report
Kid Gloves at Dunbar's.
It Is expected that some definite news
will be received today from the Potrim
pos, although up to a late hour last
night It was not known Just what ar
rangements had been completed for
pulling her off the sands. Another ef
fort will also be made on the Olenmo
rag If the cable was successfully
The funeral yesterday afternoon of
the little daughter of Peter Munson was
attended by many friends of the fam
ily. A profusion of (lowers decorated
the casket and the simple services as
conducted by the Rev. Mr. Marcotte
were most affecting. The remains were
burled In Greenwood Cemetery under
the direction of Undertaker Wm. Pohl,
the funeral cortege being transported to
E have inaugurated a Christmas Sale which will continue until Xmas eve on
Fine dress goods, consisting of line Mack and Colored !oods. Handsome 8
yards French Novelty Crepons of th latest creation to date $7.r0 values, for
$4.50 a suit y.) inch Frcmh and English Serges, in Ulack and Color, 8.V
values f r 50c yard. :W-inch and 10-inch Heavy All-Wool Cloth, variegated
effects, G0c values for 25c, o0c and :55c.
Black French Novelties
Every yard and dress pattern in stock will ho reduced for the holiday trade. Ladies,
now is your time to purchase. Gentlemen desiring to make their wives or lady friends a
handsome Xmas present can he suited and accommodated. We are the great drc55
goods house of Astoria, the "City of Paris" of Oregon. Our goods aro ready for
your inspection. You don't have to select from small and diminutive samples, and send
to some other city for your dresses. We have the stock, gilt-edged goods. Come and see
Eve.'y cape and Jacket at actual cost.
(Continued on Third Page.)
TO Ct'BI A COLD IN O.VF DA V,
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas.
Unique and Quite Appropriate
Bamboo Furniture in
TaHtclnl and Artistic Designs
Novelties to order at reasonable prices
Rising San Bamboo Store
, 60S Commercial Street
New Kid Gloves
Corsets, Hosiery and Underwear
Ladies' and Gents' Handkerchiefs
Umbrellas, Mackintoshes, Ties
...FOR THE HOLIDAYS
mcallen & McDonnell
161-163 eor. Third
and Morrison Sts., Portland
470472 Commercial St.
We place on sale the finest line of LADIES' and GENTS' HANDKERCHIEFS in silk
Japonct Linen at 5, 10, 15, 20 and 2 cts. euch. Our aprons arc lmiiicii.se, In the daintiest MvIch
At on a at A it A iu nrn ,h
New arrivals In Kid (ilovcs,
new Mtylex, new prices.
150 Sweaters received yes