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THE DAILY ASTOIUAN, SIXDAY MORNING, JANUARY . 181)7.
Ladles Walking QhnAe
Durable School OllUCo
Rubber Boots, Etc.
John Hahn & Co
479 Commercial St
Aid routines for
Cor. Oti lit Coaaerciat Sts.
SIONAL SERVICE REPORT.
Maximum temperature, 43 degrees.
Minimum temperature, S9 degrees
Precipitation, .OS inch.
Total precipitation from September
1st, ISM, to date, 44.S6 Inches.
Excess of precipitation from Septem
ber 1st, 1SJ4. to date, 11.59 Inches.
Portland, January t, For Oregon and
Washington, fair weather.
TO READERS Th Dally Astori"
atalna twlo aa mack reading aattr aa
aay thr ppr pabllahed la Aatorla. It
la Iks oaly paper tfeat praaaata Ita readara
with a daily talagraphle rapsrC
TO ADVKRTISKRS.-Th "Daily As
toria." Baa ator thaa twle aa many rad
are aa aay otker papar published la Aato
rla. It la tharafara mora thaa twlea aa
alasols as aa adTrtiatng modlam.
Stmt of Onna,
Coaaty of Clataop.
Wa, the SBderalfaodi local
MapoatiTsly of tba Woatara Faloa aad
Toatal Telegraph) eompaales, karsby ear
Uy tkat tko "Dally Aatariaa" la th oaly
paper pabllaksd la Aatorla wale law ra-
aalTaa, or at aay Una dartag ear soatrol
af said alnosa kas reeatoed, a telegraph
row report. . D. JOHNSON,
Hiaigr W. C. T. Co.
If aaagor roatal Tel. Co.
Gie me ae spark of Nature's fire!
That's the learning I desire;
Then though I drudge through dub and
At plough or cart
My Muse, though hamety In attire.
May touch the heart
The realization of God's presence Is
the one sovereign remedy against
See Cooper's ad. . '
Signs See Swope.
Want anything painted? See Swope.
Lenten clubs are already organizing.
Want anything decorated? See Swope.
Many people are still practicing writ
Just received Lowney's chocolates, at
Spring Importations will soon be In
Born To the wife of Henry Wede
kind, a girl.
Some New Tear's resolves were brok
Decorated fern Jars at the Palace
Thomas Boyle was down from
Cowlitx river yesterday.
Ekstrora has the only complete stock
of Jewelry In the city.
Captain Richardson, of the Colum
bine, Is on the sick list.
Workmen yesterday began the sluic
ing of dirt onto Mr. Allen's lot.
appears In large letters, "Queen." Nona
genuine without It. Beware of lmlta
tlons. We are sole agents for the
Miss Kate Grant
at the Exchange
Mr. E. A. Noyea la in the city with
his son. Master Allen Noyes, visiting
at Dr. Tuttle's.
Last night the entire force of the
Foard & Stokes Company were engaged
In taking stock.
THREE SIZES OF QVEEN HEAT-
ers now In stock and for sale only by
World's Almanac for 1S97 Just recelV'
ed. Mailed to any address on receipt
of I5c. Oriffln ft Reed.
Our New Tear's resolve: If you will
forgive us this time we will never do
It again. "Big Four."
Dr. T. L. Ball, dentist. Teeth ex
traded without pain. Price reasonable.
No. its Commercial street
Tomorrow morning the John Day
school will commence its session with
Prof. John McCue in charge.
Misses Nancy and Nettle Tuttle went
to Portland on Wednesday last to
spend New Tear's with friends.
Monday evening the city night school
will commence under Professor Clarke
in the Exchange street school.
The last advices from Mr. Hammond
state that he is dally In hopes of being
able to leave New York for Astoria.
Born January 1st, 1S9T. at Alder-
brook, to the wife of W. H. Walker, a
a nine-pound New Tear's present
We offer all our cast Iron stoves at
10 per cent below cost The latest air
tight stores also on hand at 431 Bond
The greatest sale of fine goods com
mences this week at Cooper s. This Is
the only reliable sale of the fear where
genuine reductions are made.
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.
At 1 o'clock Monday afternoon the
members of the city council will meet
when the three retiring members will
introduce their successors to that body.
Before purchasing, don't fall to see
those celebrated air-tight stoves at
Foard & Stokes. They have them In a
dozen different styles, and every p
Communion at 11 o'clock. Evening
Prayer with addrei to Junior Auxiliary
at 4 o'clock. Evening Prayer at Holy
Innocents' Chapel. I'pportown, at 7:80
Owing to manufacturers' restriction!
the following goods are exempt from
special sale prices advertised at C. H.
Cooper's: Koyal V. C. C. coraota; Cen
temeri kid glove; O. N. T. cotton and
heldlngs, spool silk; E. and W. collars
and cuffs; rubber goods and oil cloth-lug.
Iff la th Sale Price of tad lea1 Wool
Boao at Dunbar's
Is Your Sight
'Our Corner" will be re-openwl next
Saturday, the 9th of January, by Carl
son Brother, who have purchased the
entire stock and fixtures. Competent
attendants will be employed and the
hlKh standard of good will be main
tained. In the evening an elegant free
lunch will be served.
The only Reliable
The new year started in well. Ob-
Servlces at the Baptist Church Sub
ject -of the morning sermon. "Spiritual
Location." Of that In the evening.
Two Governments." Sunday school
and a Y. P. I?, aa usual. The Haptis
Invite all who may desire to Join with
them In observing the week of prayer
from evening to evening.
David Keefe. J. W. Reed. John Lew is.
L. Parker. John Day; Wm. Anderson.
Isaao Milne. Deep River; Mrs. J. W.
Leahy. Olney; Herman Bunke, Young'
River; j. A. Johnson and wife, New-
Astoria: J. H. Coffey. Hare; Mrs. Win
ston, North Shore; Joseph Spencer.
Clifton, were In from the country yes-1
Louis Hume. Chicago: C. S. Sharp.
Oregon City; W. Ways, Victoria; Capt
E. Loll, Nehalem; M. R. Arnold, San
Francisco; J. F. Bender and wife, W. K.
Bender and wife. Knappa: Miss Mary
Walland. Seattle: John Trilby. Young's
River; Paul Johnson, Portland, and J.
C. Adams, Weston, registered at Par
ker House yesterday.
The first issue of the first volume of
the Gold Creek News was received yes
terday. Gold Creek Is In Nevada, and
Is the headquarters of the mining dis
trict where Messrs. Corey Brothers are
building the large ditch. One hundred
and seventy-live men and a large num
ber of teams are now at work, and a
second contract for the extension of
the ditch has Just been taken by Mr.
so for a pair of Ladies' English Walk
lag Oloroa at Daabar'a Clearance Sal.
Early yesterday morning the light
house tender Mansanlta, Captain Greg
ory, made a voyage to tne ngntsnip,
having on board as guests a party of
about fifty ladies aad gentlemen, or
ganized by the Rev. J. J. Walter, to
entertain Bishop Cranston and Dr. Hue.
of Portland. The return was not made
until late In the evening, and all voted
the trip a most enjoyable one. even If
most of them were unable to eat a very
Fine Dry Good:
Held DuriiiK the Year
In now on and will
Positively No Goods
Don't Miss This
but Come Early and
Select the Choicest Goods
Before the Lines
IF YOU HAVE NOTICED ONE oil Mi KK OK TUN KOI..
I.OWINO SYMITOMM IN YOt'll KYF.M, IT la N ATIMIE'H
WAUN1NO THAT Y 'I'll 81' 1 UT IS Ni T I 'Ell FRCP:
If yuur eyes tire cnslly mid mc only relieved ty IhoMiik up
fimi your rending r sew Inn, or rliwlng tliein.
If letters appear to hei-ome blurred or run together.
If your eyes water or Itch hi the corner.
If you require additional Hutu.
If you have dltlleully In threading n needle or doing line iwn k
If black spot appear I" llo it befme your eye.
If you have a gritty feellim In your eyes.
If your litis glue together during sleep,
If you have headache, Inltnmed or granulated lids.
If you cannot oe well or distinctly ut a distune,
If you can see clearly at a illntajice hut ni at close raniie
Try each eye "mritcty.
"NlT"lH NOT WANT ItOYI Ol
loadr io write, hut tni'il of nhlllly,
IS'H) to tMH) per month, wvy r vm.
utls.loii. HUl and genvral managum,
ItAi'lNK Kill 10 KNlllNK CO., lUolne,
for' mnt, '
FOU KENT- Furnished room with
fire, centrally located, 4H Kxchnnga
" FOU ItENT-Two newly tunilshnd,
room; suitable for light hotisekneplng.
Apply t Mr. INtrtnr's furniture slur.
FOU UKNT-Four room with board
or heard without rooms, at Mr. Hot.
den's, Dili and Duane llnal.
Four room to rent. Ml Exchange;
ttroet. Adolph Johnson.
If the lines In those figure blur or dnssle, or d not appear of eiual ilie
and swine color throughout at a distance of three f,it, It Indicate the existence
of Astigmatism, a very distressing defect, resulting In frenuent hoada. hs,
blurred vision, etc. It should be corrected without delay, otherwise It Iwcoine
dlltlcult of correction.
If you have even ONE of these many svnitoms. Yol'll 8IOIIT IS DEFEi'T
1VK. The wearing of cheap glaMM-s unsx lentlllcally ground and Improperly d-
Justwl are danger to le car,-filly avol.l.tl K.-onomls.-, but not t tl tH-nse
of sight. lYooure always the moat skillful tiiviiio.-tii ml ir n,
gUssea Tho science of fitting glass to tl.-f.vtlve eve Is no luvuiate when
applle.1 by one who understands Its requirement, that It Is Juntly eii'lileil to
a place In the foremost rank of the professions.
New Tear's Day Captain Raymond,
M. D.. Lieutenant Miller, Lieut. Fergu
son, Mrs. Raymond, Miss Klnzle,
daughter of Major Klnzle, commandant
server Grover let up a little on the at Fort Canby. who came over with
weather, collections were good, and the Fort Canby football team, w ere
there was a general better feeling dined by Dr. M. M. w alKer at tne i c-
throughout the city. jcident Dr. Walker Is always on deck
when strangers are to be entertained,
Don't forget that the Low Price Store !" the llttle compliment reflected high-
has the only perfect fitting wrappers.
the handsomest line of Jackets and
capes, and Is selling them at wholesale
prices. 491 Bond street
The famous Freldlander Brothers are
now at the Louvre, appearing nightly.
They are two of the best specialists
on the coast. Go and hear them. If
you don't, you will miss a rare treat.
ly upon the city and its hospitality.
Mrs. Angellne Watson, one of Port
land's progressive teachers, who has
been spending a week of her vacation
Ultlng with her sister. Miss Mary Scul
ly, returned to Portland on last night's
New Tear's night at Chadwell, on the
Lewis and Clarke, there was a very
enjoyable masquerade ball given at the
residence of Mr. W. J. Ingalls. About
thirty young people from the city were
Two or three rooms furnished
housekeeping. 165 Tenth street.
Have you any jewelry that needs re
pairing? Take It to Ekstrom's.
Mr. H. B. Parker was able to be out
In his carriage yesterday afternoon.
Norrls Staples, the Well known logger,
was in from the Nehalem yesterday.
The Fort Canby football team were
guests of the Occident New Tear's Day.
This week, dress goods remnants, all
lengths, your own price. Low Price
Miss Francis Holden and Miss Maud
Stockton have returned to school, ac
companied as far as Portland by Miss
Miss Katherlne Shively will succeed
Your grocer will sell you
Schillings Best tea, and re
turn your money in full if
you don't like it
He is our agent to this
extent; and we want no
A Schilling ft Coaapaar
Tou will never be able to buy a good
atch or clock or anything in the line
of Jewelry or silverware for as little
money as you can now at the Palace
Jewelry Store, as the entire stock must
be sold by January 1st.
Mr. J. W. Bennett, the leading lawyer
of Coos Bay, and managing proprietor
of the Bennett & Flanagan Bank, of
Marshfleld, was In the city Wednesday,
visiting with his old time friends, the
family of Dr. Jay Tuttle.
Foreman Morrison, of the Western
Union, yesterday f.nished the cable con
nections at the draw bridge, and Mon
day evening will have the line Into
Warrenton. From there the line will
be at once extended to Flavel.
M. E. Church Love Feturt at 10 a. m.
At 11 a. m. Bishop Earl Cranston will
preach. Sunday school at 12:15; Ep-
worth League meeting at 8:30. In the
evening addresses will be made by
Bishop Cranston and Dr. Gue.
In the Justice court yesterday Geo.
Harris and Mrs. Lena Kelly answered
to the complaint of adultery preferred
by Michael Kelly. Harris was bound
over In the sum of 1200, and Mrs. Kelly
was released on her own recognizance.
J.. F. Bender, who has Just ret'tmed
from the mines in British Columbia,
and who the other day sold out his
mining claims at Sllverton, Washing
ton, Is visiting friends at Knappa. He
says there Is lots of snow in the Cas
cade Mountains, and that Christmas
there was very different from what It
was in Astoria.
Services at Grace Church today as
follows: Morning Prayer and Holy
The Vulontown fire boys have made
a move for a tower in which to hang
their big alarm bell. The matter was
brought before the city council last
night, and permission asked to accept
S. Elmore's offer of a location on one
of his buildings near the engine house.
It U understood that the councilmen
will visit Uniontow-n today, at the In
vitation of President Shistad. of Hose
Company No. 4, to Investigate the situa
tion. The Unluntown company w ill no
douot secure permission to hang the
bell, for which they paid J135, since It
will only cost about $75 to put it in
Mr W. G. Gosslin, who has Just re
Last night the Marine Engineers
Beneficial Association No. 70, installed
the following officers: Past president.
R. A. Hendricks; worthy president, F.
S. Munson; vice-president, Fred E. Fer-1
chen; secretary, F. A. Sprague; treas- j
urer, C. F. Smith; chaplain, A. E. Hoss; j
conductor, W. J. Mahan; door-keeper, j
Geo. M. Ross. This association, though j
the smallest In the lithe District, Is in
good financial condition and otflng to
the bill for the benefit of marine en
gineers which became a law on New
Tear's Day there has been a revival of
Interest therein. What the association
lacks In numbers it makes up in enthu
siasm. 2Se per yard la tha Sale Price nt t Inch
China Sllka In all ahadea at Dunbar's.
turned from a business and pleasure
trip on the Sound, reports that affairs
in that portion of the country have
not materially changed. People are
looking for a vast improvement In bus
iness this year. There has been a large
stampede from the Sound cities to the
Rossland and Trail Creek mining re
gions, where fortunes are being made
every day. Mr. G. W. Dickinson, late
superintendent of the western division
of tho Northern Pacific Railroad, Is one
of the lucky owners of the War Eagle,
which is now turning out plenty of gold
every day. Mr. Gosslin says he found
Astoria well advertised wherever he
went, and that when times take a turn
Mr. M. WILZINSKI, Scientific Optical Specialist
I'l-oni San KraneUeo
Will make examinations and positively lit any case of optical defect that la
amenable to scientific correol Ion.
He Makes No Charge for Examination.
This Is an opportunity for those w hoare troubled with th. Ir ry.-o and cannot
afford, of do not core to pay large fee for examination.
He makes a specialty of correcting ASTIOMATISM. Ml'SOl'LAll INSt'F
FieiENClES. ASTHENOPIA. SQI INT and all rm.ru .u refraction, of ,.y.,
The perfection of glasses I too lmx.rm to be undrielltnated. Poorly
nuide and Ill-fUted gla do more harm than gisxl. Many can attribute their
poor sight to defective or Improperly fltt.il glasmx.
Don't Neglect Your Sight Any Longer 1
MR. WILZINSKI will be at the ESTES-CONH DRUG STORE
for I FEW DAYS ONLY
Where he will be pleaaed to have you call and consult him.
Free of Chnrgc
Cedar Shingles jROSS HIGGIN5: k CO
Tl.1. IUnT'ToF FANCY AND JAP.
AN.::'K (iood for Chrliimaa and lh
holiday, at Wing !,', M Cnnuiler
C. P. KJAERBYE. M.A.M.D
I rmsiUiN m Miti.r.os
(Graduated from Copenhagen Vulvar-
Specially, Female Disease.
No, 60 Commercial street, Hhanahao,
Hours. 10-13 a. m ; 2-4 aud 7 1 p. m.
R. I Boyle & Co.
LOANS AND INVESTMENTS
A.HTOUIA IKON WUMKH
Cua' oi Si sotof la kK. AiMt
General Machinist! and Boiler Maketr
last u4 Marina (( "N oofk. Siho
lual aa Cananr Wo a SroUlty
Casat AH tV.ipSoi )! M Ot
John ros....PreMat lid Miiprtntndaat
A. I Fox Vie ITfaldaot
O. II Pral Hocratarr
First National Dank Traurr
A. V. ALLKN,
Groceries, Flour, Fd, Provision!, Frulu
VegeUblM, Crockery, Gl nj
PUteJWar. Logger.' Supplies.
Cor. Tatitk aad Csaunarolai ttraata.
LEADING HOUSE OF ASTORIA
Unique and Quite Appropriate
Bamboo f nrnitnrt is
Tasteful and Artitic Dennis
Novelties to order at reasonable prices
SEASIDE LUMBER YARD.
OFFICE S55 COMMERCIAL ST
I'se Webfoot Cora Cure. Xo
enre no pay. For sale at Es-tes-Conn
Grocers, : and : Butchers
j Actor ni' tppvr Aittirn
I Ta afj CnftWi. TM DMvac't. Ikiii
n4 1 rvalt a I fruit. Vf auMva. Su(f
; Ltuvt Haat, Btuun. fcu .
( nnicf Frrsh and Salt Meats.
ONTERTA I N M ENT MALL
rin Mu.lr. Dam nt All Klail. Too
, CVCRTTHIMi riBST-tlASS
Good Order and Everybody's Rights
Warrenton Is the Best...
Rising Sun BambooTstore
60S Commcrciiil Street
Meany Is the leading tailor, and pays
the highest cash price for fur skins.
Mans 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?
$3 off Every
$10 . . .
Taken off of every dollar's worth
of goods bought in our store during
the next 30 days
"OUR STOCK OF...
(Continued on Third Page.)
The V. S. Oov i Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
superior to alt others.
Men's and Boys' Suits
Trunks, Shirts, Etc.
IS VERY WELL
gm CLEARANCE 0ALElt SHAJMs.