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THE DAILY AST0R1AN. TIU'KSDAY MORXIXO, PKCKMUEU S4,
WESTOJt BY THE SEH new to-day !
Warrenton Is the Best...
Situated in Clatsop County
MOW being sold in tracts of all sizes. Bond lor dew)
1 given with every purchase. . . . Each buyer has a
chance tor the CAPITAL PKIZE. For particulars call on
E.Z.FERGUSON, Qr STUART BROS.,
Trustee Hnlen Agents
... ASTORIA, OREGON ...
Ladies' Misses' and Child's
, - Slippers
Ladies Walking Cfinae
Durable School OllUCd
Rubber Boots, Etc.
The Largest and Best Selection of
LADIES GENTS and CHILDREN'S
Mais on application.
THE CENTER OF DEVELOPMENT
ON THE WEST SIDE
Everybody knows that Warrenton values will soon be
doubled. It Is distinctly the best property
on the market.
Fine large level lots, surrounded by many Improvements,
at very low prices.
Is it not a fine investment?
appears In large letters, "Queen." Nun.
genuine without It. Ik-ware of Imita
tions. We are sole agent for the
!ln the City ai
r"'GREAT XMAS SALE
John Hahn & Co.
479 Commercial St
See the Display at
Fancy Goods Counter
of Choice Novelties in
White Metal aid
560 Commercial St., Astoria, Or. L,
C. H COOPER
French Dress Goods am
Novelty Pattern Suits
SKIN A L SERVICE REPORT.
Maximum temperature, 47 degree.
Minimum temperature, 39 derive.
Total precipitation from September
1st, 1891 to date, 42.81 Inch
JCxocm f precipitation from Septem
ber I. JS96, to date, U.SS In che.
: TODAY'S WEATHER.
Portland, December O. For Western
Oregon, light rain. Soutfc to southwest
rise line or.
COLD AND SILVER
MBREUA9. riRSES. STERLISC
AND riATED WARE.
Suitable for Christmas Presents, at
Very Low Price.
Every Article Tirckased Eaorc4 Free.
(Christmas day. If he bring a rain.
it to said there will be trouble.
R. H. Miller, the well known architect
I of Portland, with a gang or eight or
I ten men. ts now stopping up the leaks
in the roof of the Flavel hotel.
tO BKADKBS.-Th f Dnjly AstoHaa1
tall twlea a sansk reading mattar M
Bay ataer paper paUIafca 1 A aorta. IS
fTlth a aaily tatorraphi. report.
T ADTKKTISKRS Tk "Dally It,
frUa ku more thaatwle. a. many read,
n as any n paper pnblUkcd la Asta
ia ?t I. fhmtoffi mors thaa twlee as
M K i4??tPi asedlass.
Stat, mt Orgoa. )
Cooaty of CUUop.1
We, tfc. aadenigM. local aaaaagsrs
Mspaetlvsly of the Wastara Caloa an
Vestal Telegraph eempeal'S, hereby er
Mry that the "Daily Astaiiaa" U the oaly
paper peblUhed la Astoria which sew re
eel t. orataay tin. during oar control
T said cOmi has received, a tlrgrapblc
preu report, B. D. JOHNSOX,
Muiacor W. U. T. Co.
J. K. CLARK,
Maaager Postal Tel. Co.
The wish for a white Christmas looks
as though It were going to be granted.
Buy your Christmas candles of C. B.
Smith and get the worth of your money.
xue postman and expressman are
now the most popular members of so
This week, dress goods remnants, all
lengths, your own price. Low Price
Go to the Bonbonnlere on Xmaa
morning for your salted almonds. Call
Santa Claus Is the long-haired Christ
mas live) of the Thanksgiving football
THREE SIZES OF QUEEN HEAT-
ers now in stock Md. for sale only by
If you want any of those fine tree
ornaments at C. B. Smith's you bad
better ge( them fhjs week.
The steamer Queen yesterday had
such a large amount of freight that she
was compelled to leave a portion of It
on the dork ror in next trip.
A large consignment of handsome
picture frame in all varieties of mold
ings, on sale cheap this week at 8 nod
grass' studio, 72 Commercial street.
The Elks' concert Tuesday night will
be the event of the season. The Stan
fords are noted over the entire country
for their fine musical performance.
Pla Trays at Dasher's
The charter revision committee met
at the Chamber of Commerce rooms
last night and adjourned to meet again
at the same place next Tuesday night. (
Earth1 children slumber when the
f ; wild winds rise , ,
The tempest passes o'er, and heaven
looks through their eyes.
George Edward Woodberry.
The Elks on the 29th.
Buy your Groceries at 10th and Duane
Lowneys chocolates, at
Candle by the ton this week at C. B.
Jewel Boxes st Dasher's.
James MeGowan was over from Chi
Mr. P. Kinney was down from.Sven
Go to 165 Tenth street for the finest
You can get the best potatoes at 10th
and Duane street.
Everybody was out yesterday buying
Mr. H. B. Parker was able to take a
carriage ride yesterday.
Don't fall to see "The Gambler"
night at the Columbia.
The postofflce yesterday
busy getting off packages.
The finest candles and lowest prices
this week at C. B. Smith's.
Kid Glovea at Dunbar'..
Mies Francis Holden arrived home
yesterday for the holidays.
The A. F. C.'s propose to have a good
game of football on Christmas.
Everyone Is going to attend the foot
ball game at Fort Canby tomorrow.
Dr. T. L. Ball, dentist. Teeth ex
tracted without pain. Price reasonable.
No. Ui Commercial street
It is understood that the O. R. and
X. Co. will extend its dock out to the
harbor line some time next year.
Parses at DtiobSr'.'
Contractor S'ormlle was down at Clat
sop yesterday and started the work for
the improvement of Clatsop Cemetery.
The sale of seats for Vncle Tom's
Cabin will commence this morning at
the box office of Fisher's Opera House.
Mr. M. B. Bozorth and family 1ft
on the Telephone last night fur a
Christmas visit with his bretner at Sa
lem. We offer all our cast Iron stove at
10 per cent below cost The latest air
tight stoves also on hand at 431 Bond
A short musical program will be ren
dered at the M. E. Church tonight, be
ginning at 7 o'clock sharp. Admittance
Call and see the Queen air-tight heat
er at Howell t Ward's before buying:
they can save you money both on the
price of the stove and wood consumed.
Charles Sharp, John Erickson, Maple;
H. B. Borthwick. Goble; Samuel Oliver
and wife. Portland; G. A. Slavln. Hllls-
dale, were at the Parker house yester
Bishop Cranston, resident bishop of
the M. E. Church on the Pacific North
west will spend Sabbath, January 2d,
j In Astoria, preaching both morning and
Before purchasing, don't fall to se
those celebrated air-tight stoves at
Fourd & Stokes.' They have them In a
doxen different styles, and every pos
The steamer Telephone yesterday
handled a large drove of cattle at Oak
Point Two of the animals were stub
born and had to be left over for today's
Whatever else you do between now j
and Christmas, be sure, and see our
beautiful novelties In perfume before
buying any gifts for your friends i
Mind you, w. do not say buy of us. j
We merely say. see w hat we have be- j
fore you buy. and then do as you choose ;
about the place you purchase. Of I
course we have an idea about what j
the result will be after having exam- I
lned our varied stock, but that need j
not In any way Influence your choice.
We are showing our good with theiefteotS, GOc VttlueU for 2.X JWo 1UH Itfc.
understanding that we wish no one to
purchase unles we make It their best
Interest to do so. We have In stock
an elegant Hne of novelty perfume In
cut glass bottles, all new styles, never
put on the market before, and filled
with the choicest perfume made by
Adolph Spieler and Solon Palmer, the
best manufacturer of perfume in
America; also a full line of Imported ex
tracts by Lubln, Roger and Oallet. Ed.
Ptnaud of Pari and the Crown Ter-1
. . . ...
known to house of Astoria, the -City of Paris" of Oreffon. Our god are rmy for
the world, and some of their entirely ! :..., v 1 . I .!.... r....,l . i i
1 " . , 1
to some other city for vour tlussc-s. Wo have tlu
K have inauguratt'O a Christmas Sale which will continue until Xnuw cvo o
Fine dress goods, consisting of tine lilack ami Colored (loods. Ilandsoino ft
yards French Novelty Crejxins of the latest creation to date $7..r0 values, for
$-i.5 a suit fH inch French ami English Serges, in Mack and Colors, H5o
values hr 50e yard. M-inch and -10-inch Heavy All-Wool Cloth, variegated
Black French Novelties
Every yard aud dross pattern in dtock will lw reduced for the holiday trade Ladies,
now is your time to purchase. (Jentlemen desiring to make their wives or Udj friends a
handsome Xmas present can bo suited and accommodated. We ar the great dress.
Christmas tree decorations, the finest
assortment In the city. Candles, ten
cents a box, all sizes, at Griffin &
Remember, that the Spring Valley
Creamery butter, at Foard & Stokes,'
is the only fancy creamery butter in
We want your tea-trade
for the rest of your life.
Do you see now how we
can afford to say: "Get
every ' sort of ' Schilling's
Best , of .your grocer, and
get your money back on
what you . don't like"?
,A ScWIImjr Conpuy ' '
Su Fraacncs SM
Don't give your husband a pair of
lace curtains unless you wish him to
reciprocate by giving you a new shav
Handksrehlefi st Dunbar's.
The funny little glass knobs seen on
the furniture In our grandmother's
mansion are the very essence of fashion
Angelica, port, sherry, and claret
wines. Best ever imported and brought
to Astoria. Prices very reasonable. At
The display of fine frultfl, nuts and
delicacies for the holidays In the va
rious wtores of the city, is an excep
tionally fine one.
Books, all kinds, sizes and styles, In
neat and tasty bindings, the finest as
sortment ever shown In the city, at
Griffln & Reed's.
The order of I tod Men yesterday ar
ranged a splendid turkey dinner for
Christmas day for the family of their
late deceased brother.
When making your selection for
Christmas do not forget Griffln &
Reed 'a Souvenir of Astoria. Fifty pho
tographs for fifty cents.
Observer Grover, It is understood, will
make an effort to have fair weather on
Coffee 6c, Woodcock's, mi Corn'l St.
new orders In our stock are Metsuklta.
Orchlda, Pau de Sprague, U Iris
Ulano, Bouquet de Amours, Vera Vlo-
letta. Violet de Farm. Parqulnta Lilly,
Aurora Lily and QUEEN OF VIOLETS.
We also carry the largest line of toilet
soap of any house west of the Rocky
Mountains (that Is not a wholesale
house.) We hav. forty gross ranging
In price from 40 cents per dozen to It
a cake, 12 gross of tooth brushes at
from S cents to 50 cents each. Our 50c
brushes generally sell for 75c. 24 dozen
hair brushes at from 15c to $7 earn:
bath brushes from 50c to 12 each; also
an endless variety of lather brushes
and ah o. brushes, and hundreds of(
Other articles too numerous to mention, J
and all at the lowest cash prices. We
take pleasure In showing goods, wlx th- j
er you buy or not, knowing, after ex
amining our stock and prices, you will
call when In need of anything In our
Odd fellows' building, Astoria.
Every cape and Jacket at ae.ual cost
Cor.)e and soo
New Kid Gloves
Corsets, Hosiery and Underwear
Ladies' and Gents' Handkerchiefs
Umbrellas, Mackintoshes, Ties
Hauteur Bets at Dunbar's.
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; Griffln
A large lot of handsome railroad lan
terns, bridge lights, etc., have just been
received at Foard Sc Stokes,' It Is ar
gued from thlt that trains will be soon
running from Portland.
Don't forget that the Low Price Store
has the only perfect fitting wrappers.
the handsomest line of Jackets and
capes, and la selling tbem at wholesale
prices. 4S1 Bond street.
There will be no admission fee to the
football game tomorrow, and the round
trip Is only 50 cents. Game will be
called at 10, thus allowing visitors to re-1
turn to the city by 2 o'clock.
Services will be held Christmas day
at the Swedish Lutheran Church at
o'clock in the morning In Swedish.
"Glory to God In the highest, peace on
earth, good will toward men."
Mr. F. M. Linville and children, of
Tillamook, arrived yesterday on the
Elmore. They will visit during the hol
idays, and will go to Uieir grandmoth
er's at North Yamhill, in a few days.
Silk Mittens at Dunbar's.
That 52 to 0 has bothered the local
tMim considerably and the boys will
endeavor to redeem themselves at the
fort tomorrow. The steamer Queen
leaves the Telephone dock at 8 o'clock.
A gentleman who returned from Elk
Creek yenterday states that the rock
oysters, clams and munsels are now In
prime condition. Those who enjoy good
UvlnR can get all they want of It on
The funeral of the late Fred Titan,
the Young' f, river old settler and pion
eer, took place yesterday at Greenwood
under the direction of Undertaker I'ohl.
A large number of friends of the fam
ily were in attendance.
You will never b. able to buy a good i
watch or clock or anything In the line
of Jewelry or silverware for as little
money as you can now at the I'aloce
Jewelry Store, as the entire stock must
be sold by January 1st.
It was through the kindness of Mr.
A. D. Charlton, assistant general pas
senger agent of the Northern Pacific
railroad, that the Stanford Gli-e Club
was secured for the Elks' benefit con
cert next Tuesday night.
The county court has called for bids
for the erection of a bridge In one of
two places acrowi Young's bay. It Is
understood that the contract will be let
as soon as the bids can be passed upon
and It la determined which route to select.
Mr. A. MurmelBter, Mr. Purphy and
Mr. Wootten, North Shore; J. W. Read,
John Days; John Chlwholm, Walluski;
Mrs. T. Cralne, Brookfleld; A. E. John
son, Fred Johnsrm, Chinook; George O.
Richardson, Walluski; were In the city
GIGANTIC REDUCTIONS and
...FOR THE HOLIDAYS
mcallen & McDonnell
161-163 eor. Third
and florrison Sis., Portland
470472 Commercial St
Aproni at Dunbar's.
A team belonging to M. J. Kinney
ran away from the cannery yesterday
morning, scattering salmon boxes all
along Commercial street. They were
stopped at the Eagle Drug Store after
doing considerable damage to the front
of the building.
The Christmas exerclHes of the Con
gregational Sunday seh-xd will begin
at 6:30 this evening. All members of
the Sunday school, their parents, rela
tives and friends are Invited to be
present and have a pleanant hour to
gether and with Santa Claus Jr.
The steamer Queen will leave out at
8 o'clock jhrlHtmas morning for Fort
Canby and will carry the football en-
(Continued on Third Page.)
- TO :t;KK A COLD IN INK IMV,
Take laxative Brorno Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If it
falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas.
Excellent Program Produced at the Sis
ters' Convent Last Evening.
The convent of the Sister of the Holy
Names was beautifully decorated and
crowded with a throng of admiring
friend and patrons, last evening, the
occasion being the exercises attending
the closing of the school for the Christ
mas holidays. The muMc by the con
vent orchestra was worthy of special
mention and the Sister have reason to
feel proud of the proficiency of their
pupils. The dialogues, recitations and
drills were well rendered and showed
careful training. Following was the
Christmas Serenade, Convent Orches
tra. Little Prelude, three violins.
Midnight Fire Alarm, vocal selection.
HluottuR do l'Opera, Ins. duet.
Christmas Hells, motion song.
The Truth Finding Fairy, Dialogue
in two acts. Act I, Romance (La-
gayne), piano and violin. Act II, Gou
nod, B'aust, orchestra.
Angels Rending Near the Earth, song
ROYAL Baking Powder
has been awarded highest
honors at every world's fair
SHIP AGNES OSWALD.
WAKNINO TO MERCHANTS AND
OTHERS The captain of the ahove
namix ship will not be responsible for
any debt or debts contracted by any
memlwr of his crew except uKn his
Astoria, December 16, 1896.
D. NTCOL, MASTER.
Will be paid for the recovery of the
body of Evan Davlos, master of the
British ship Dalcamle, supposed to
have been drowned off Hustler's wharf
on the morning of the 15th Inxt.
P. L. CHERRY,
Agent of "Dalcarnle."
Unique and Quite Appropriate
Bamboo rtrzitirt Is
Tasteful and Artistic Dcslnns
Novelties (o order at reasonable price
Rising San Bamboo Store
008 Commercial Street
Fine Munis. lmn of All Klmls. Tw.
Good Order and Everybody's Rights
NORTH PACIFIC SI
Will be dispatched from Portland, Or.
egon on or about November , 1816, on
the routo from that point to the Co,
qullle River, touching at all lnterme.
dlate point as Inducements offer, and
win remain permanently on that rout
making regular trips,
For rates or othor Information apply
at offices of the company, Worcester
mock, Portland, Oregon, or 121 -123 Da
vis street, Ban Francisco.
NEIL OILMORB, Agent,
Main Street Dock, Astoria.
We place on sale the finest line of , LADIES' and CENTS' HANDKERCHIEFS In silk
tuponct Linen lit , !, 1 S, 2 And 125 eta. each. Our aprons arc Immense, In the tluinticHt Htvlca
New rrlvalH lu KiU tilovcH, - . . ' '
new Htvles, new price
150 Sweaters received yen