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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, TlllKSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 7, 1897.
Suits to order,
frntn A Z.MJ BP
PailtS to order.
from $3.00 P
..FLYNN, the Tailor..
A Large Yariety of
Call and See Oar Nobby High
School Walking Boot
At the Oli Reliable Stand-
John Hahfl & Co.
Groceries, Feed, Fruits,
Cor.Tenth and Commercial street.
367 Commercial St
Qiinese and Japanese Curios, Fine
Decorated China Ware, Silk
Manufacturers of Ladies' and
Gent's Shirts Made to Order.
TODAY 8 WEATHER.
Fresh southerly winds; rales on coast
LOCK?. KEY I
AIM all Light
C. H. Orkwitz
Prices cut In two.
Ticket, for sal. at J. V. Marten', .tore,
Vppertown, for Library benefit recital
Fresh lc cream and lc cream soda at
the Parlor candy factory, 49t Commercial
Cuoumber. very cheap, at Ross, Hl
tins A Co.'..
Tkm cabbage for kraut at Rosa, Hlg
gtn Co. 'a
For roonlng and skylights to to th.
Astoria Roofing and Cornlo Co., Ninth
Lam curtains iaundrled by Mrs. Baa.
muasen. Laava orders at CltTaland's
Mr.. B. D. Johnson yesterday returned
from Th. Dalles, where ah. has been
visiting her parents.
Ashland peaches, Bart'ett pears, silver
prune., cboio. apples, etc, etc. at Ross,
Hlggtas Co. 'a.
Ashland peaches cheap and rood; also
a larr. supply of other fine fruits it
Roaa, Biggins Co.
P. J. Meany, the leading merchant
tailor. 1S7 Tenth St. The Mfheat prlc
paid for fur sklna.
Take your beat friend to th. Parlor
for Ice cream and lc. cream soda. FTl
rat. parlor for ladles.
Have you seen the announcement of
J. II. Laws concerning his Astoria man
ufactured air-tight stoves?
A heavy storm off the coast was bul.
letined yesterday, but as yet has not
made its appearance in the city.
Moonlight picnic In October, while
storm, rase on the coast, establish Tor
Astoria a record for weather unequal-!
We carry the best line of school
shoes in the city. Columbia Shoe
For pur. country milk and rich cream,
of guaranteed cleanliness, patronise the
Excelsior dairy. W. J. Ing&lls, proprietor.
Richard le Gailienne.
Go to the Parlor, successor, to C B.
Th. year grows again, the surging wake Smith, for pure, sweet cream and fresh
Of full-sailed summer furls its furrows J creamery butter and buttermilk .very
C. G. Paltnberg. the leading contractor
snd builder, is prepared to do all kinds
of jobbing and building work; 173 Duane
It has been decided not to reserve any
seat for the recital at the opera house
and first arrivals will ha-ve choice of
Furnished room to rent, with good table
board, at reasonable rates, at Mrs. E. C
Holden's, corner of Duane and 'Ninth
Mrs. T. Woo ton, North Shore; W. J
Ingalls and Miss Harder, of the Lewi
and Clark, were among the visitors from
the country yesterday.
John Fnye is buflilang a handsome
residence on Toung's river, near Green
wood, and expects to occupy It before
the winter season sets in.
Tickets and seats for sale now for re.
cital at opera house, at Griffin & Reed's,
neaeis w cents; gajlery 25 cents; nc
charge for reserved seats.
The big boilers for Trulllngers' new
power house were hauled from the O
R. and N. dock to the mill yesterday
and will be put In place at once.
A carload of "Hot Blast" and "Queen"
heaters to arrive; latest Improvements.
Do not buy befor. comparing quality
and price. Fisher Brother!, sale agents.
Try Schilling's Best tea and baking powder.
James Taylor returned yesterday from
Lemons at great reduction at Ross.
Higgins St Co. .
Groceries at th. lowest prices at th.
Pacific Grocery Co.
At the bowling alleys yesterday, L. B.
Burroughs scored M.
Bicycle and repair shop at IE Ninth
street Charges reasonable.
The O. R. & N. took three carloads of
salmon east last night
George Bartley went to riwaco yes.
terday nn a business trip.
Mr. B. A. Seaborg is expected to re
turn from Ilwaco today.
Our prices are the lowest m th. city.
Call and se us. Pacific Grocery Co.
Umbrellas covered and repaired by a
practical workman, at 185 Ninth street
Ask for sample of Chase Sanborn's
famous teas, at Ross, Hlgg.ns A Co.'s.
The county court commenced Its session
yesterday and will probably remain in
session all the week. The time of the
court yesterday was occupied with road
Last evening a large company of young
rwt'le vtalted ha shore, of Voting'
river, where they held a moon light pic
nic. Wtven you want a real Ufe-llk. and
artiatlc photo, don't fail to call on Snod
graaa. Th. work ha la turning out now
U ahead of anything evwr mad. In As
The report Tuesday night that Captain
Cordlner w. pilot on the German ship
Peru at tho time of th collision with
th schooner Orion was incorrect. Cap.
tnln Wood was the pilot.
Mr. B, Campbell, traffic manager. Cap
tain E. J. Ralhbone, supertntcndouT of
wwxer lines, and C. F. Overbaugh. trav
ellng freight agent, of the O. R. N.
Co.. are visitors In the city.
Th. ghost of the big eagle recently shot
at Tongue rolnt Is still haunting Hunk
Ingalls, of Foard A Stoke. Co.. who saw
ft. body floating down the Columbia on
a ten-mile current yesterday.
Th. trial trip of th. Mamunlu will bo
mad Saturday morning at S o'clock. In
vitations have been Issued and It is pro
posed to make It one of the swellest af
fair. In the history of Astoria.
Th. mayor yesterday returned with his
approal the ordinance Instructing Ihe
delivery to Normile and Good In f the
JSd street bonds and the ordlnnnc creat
ing the Second street sewer fund.
Henry Fleckensteln. Geo. Whltaker.
Portland; Tho Col.-bourne. Itosebu'rg:
Sam Oliver and wife. Pillar Rock. Thos.
Huston, Lafayette: Gus Adolph and son.
Toung's river, were at the Parker hou
Mr. H. B. Parker Is not waiting for
a city ordinance, but has commenced
th. Improvement of Astor street In front
of th. Parker house, and says he pro
pose, to be ready for the boom when
Seal, calfskin anJ crack-proof S
calf 'winter shoes for ladies. Co- ",
lumbia Shoe Co. ! j
Red Letter Sale .
The Ll(htct Store In Astoria
lscs Customers Sec U'hnt They're Hujliifl
Uecnuse not Jonly nro the prim low, but the ipinlity of our oo!n in
high. High quality; low prict; wcll-iiin.lo good; civil treatment
You want no more. Those who are wise will cull on us soon. TIkmo
who are foolish well, it mutters not where tlioy trade, hecauso they
would not know n bargain if they saw one.
Tbe Exhibition, of Astoria
and Clatsop County Pro
iluol will open about 10
THE GREAT NEHALEM.
in prizes to make twice as many people
ask their grocers for Schillings Best baking
powder and tea.
Schilling's Best baking powder and tea are
because they are money-back.
What is the missing word? not SAFE, although Sch lung's Deit baking
powder and tea are safe.
Get Schilling's Best baking powder or tea at your grocers'; take out the
ticket (brown Ticket in every package of baking powder; yellow ticket in the
tea); send a ticket with each word to address below before December 31st.
Until October 15th two words allowed for eveiy ticket; after that only one
word for every ticket.
If only one person finds the word, that person gels f2ouj.oo; if several find
it, $2000.00 will be equally divided among them.
Every one sending a brown or yellow ticket will receive a set of cardboard
creeping babies at the end of the contest. Those sending three or more in one
envelop will receive an 1S98 pocket calendar no advertising on it. These
creeping babies and pocket calendars will be diiierent fiotn the ones offered in
tho last contest
Better cut these rules out.
Address: MONEY-BACK, SAN FRANCISCO.
The Holy Innocents Guild of l'pper'5
Astoria will hold a tea at the houe of
Mrs. Oust Holme. 2SS 14th street, cn 1
Thursday evening, Oct. 7. A musical pro
gram has been arranged. All are In- !
Mrs. F. J. Taylor entertained her I
friends lax evening at her handsome resl- !
dene on Exchange street. A larg,- ;
number of ladies enjoyed her hospitality A Panullse That Could Produce t'lnijop's 1
and the house was beautifully decorated j Bread,
and brilliantly Illuminated.
j The Nehalem valley Is cncelni by ..II j
The tracklaylng machine for use on Astorians who have visited It to u 1
th. Astoria & Columbia River rnllnwd purudl.e. The land Is fertile, the cllmutv
will be received this morning. The ma- 1, warmer than on the 0.11. and cereal :
chine ha a capacity of two miles of and vegetables grow there which .utmoi
track per day. It will be put in opera- RIW clo.r to the Columbia or ttu ea. I
tion as soon as the track Is laid to the where the old winds have full 1
other side of Blind slough. A11 that , tPe mttttor wlth ,he N,.hll)l.m !
is its lock of goo I roads.
In the circuit court yesterday JudKment There are now three (lour mills In 'lit-
was rendered in the case of the city Nehalem. not one. however. b.-ln- In Clat- !
of Astoria vs. L. Lebeck. on the verllct sow countv. One will be hullt in 'l:.t.m !
ir favor of the defendant. In the cifse soon, through the eiw.nirle of Mr. rv.
of the state v. A . y. Howe. Indicted ter Wage, at Jewell. Flour is now s-lllng
for attempted rape, a Jury was obtained n th valley at & cents i.er Iwrrel h.l..w '
and the trial of the case commenced. Portland nrl.-es. The ttnnr : t . . , t i
quality, made from lo-al wheat, and the I
croi of wheat this year l grod. The
at i.oiunirm snoc ui renkients or that lit.tri'.-t. in order 10
Laird, Schober & Co.'s ladies' fine Patronize home Industry and ihej
shoes. money stay at home, lake '.heir itniln :i
to ? miles to the grist mi!K nnd the
new mill nt Jewell will l- : arval con.
Rumor on the street yesterday hryl It venlencv. The large amoMt 01 ri.
that deals have been completed for the bran and wheat f r rh'c!v n--d in
erection at one. of a fl-ur nv mill, and Clatsop county and on the lower Coium
elevator at Smith's Point, a saw mill bla could easily raised and m.-niufar-
and other factories; but investigation last turel In the Nehalem. and. In fi-t.
night proved the rumor to be premature, enough Is produced there now for nil
fhe mills are comlnir, but not this week, consumers In the ronntv hut e,.n., l,e
' utilised, as the exjw-nse if liauli.x It
Died, Cyrus Burley. a(red 74 years, at to market and to Aatorla over the )r
his residence, No. 15 Second street, Tues- i roads Is too great. The ,iU ro ids ;i1m
day, October 5. at 2:10 o'clock. The Im. prevent the growing and mark-time of
mediate cause of his death was Brlght's vegetables and fruit to any great 'er.:.
disease. The funeral service will be held thoiiKh the crop raised have yl-ld-d no
on Thursday, the 7th. at 2 o'clock. The profit a against California. gools in 'he
interment will take place at Greenwood . Astoria market. Th- magnlnceni we.r.li. r
Warrenton Is the Best...
Wi' oo application.
THE CENTER OF DEVELOPMENT
ON THE WEST SIDE
Everybody Knows that Warrenton values will soon fce
doubled. It Is distinctly the best property
on the market.
Fine large level lots, surrounded ty many Improvements. .
at very low prices.
Is It not a fine Investment?
this summer and fall has been of gieiir
' I advantage to the farmers, as the rorols
Irt.al,iy the larte- cucumber ever are , nrT tnan th(.y n:Ul.
been for years, H'n the rains will coin-
grown In Clatsop county was received by
Geonre Bartlev vestenlnv fmm th ri. I . .
. , ' ' ' ; ami trarno cease. 1 tin farmer can t w.i.t
ojiu t-idrn. 11 weigneu aoout four pounds
to market his goods In f')antlr,-s to
suit the demands of trade, but mil"'
rush them In while the roads permit, or
not sell his kwIh at all. If tho maize's
are glutted h- can't help It. It would
seem, however, that In the summer time.
I When the roads sr. f:.lrlv irosul h. miu,..
bad whiskey good. It must be goo, to have a rh!ln,. waln rI4rornla.
wnen mane anti must he stored In wood
and not In metal Cyrus NoMe Old
and measlred ten and a half Inches long
and sixteen Inches In circumference.
Still, Clatsop county can't raise her own
Xo amount of age or storing will make J
It is a matter of knowledge to every
Nehalem farmer that a good wagon road
In their pruduco at times when they
could get the most for tt and when II
was needed. What does (he farmer lake
homo with him? Mon-y? No. lie takes
out furniture, stoves, provisions, clothes,
etc. Is It tlnvt for th- ni-i d in's nnd
cltliens to wake up?
TO CL'RE A COLD IN ON K DAT
Take Luatlv. tlromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It falls
to cure; J60. For sale by Charles Rogsrs.
AN AI'I'KAL FOK CLOTHING.
Help the poor and needy by sending
clothing to the parlors of the W. C.
T. I'. In Rescue hall on airy Thursday
from 2 p. m. till 3 p. m.
Tn...K. 11-1.1.1 t ..
U.U.. ore,i in oK woou wou,,, nw!1W! ih VIlIllM , ,
barrels. This d,veop, ,,s flavors .n, , tlm,.s. Th u m;il.r wn.h H
tonic prop. Hies. These flavors make It believed the Astoria Pr,,.!,.. a,..
delicious in cocktails. It Is the only
American Whiskey of International rep.
A. King Wilson, L. H. Doble and wife.
Helen M. Doblc-, Iilaine R. Smith, Big
Werthelmer, D. Campbell, E. J. Rath.
obne, C. F. Overbaugh, Portland: John
Chiintensen, C:UIfornia: I. B. Hlebold,
Fort Canity; E. E. Rrehm, W. V. Swee
ney. Tacoma: Stanley Glle, Albion Glie,
Chinook; J. M. McDonald and wife. W.
E. Dunn, San Francisco, were gu'sts
of the Occident yesterday.
Tuesday evening the tug Relief went
out to find the derelict schooner Orion,
which was wrecked Monday, and ran
right on to her, sailing on a -'tralght
course from the Columbia. A line was
attached to the wreck and the tug sue.
ceeded In towing It into the river rh far
as the black buoy, when the h',wer
broke and the wrek floated on a swift
current upon the rocks at the end of the
Jetty, where she will probably remain
and become a total wreck.
NOTICE TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF
THE FISHERMEN'S PACKING CO.
Notlc. Is hereby given to the stock
holders of the Fishermen's Packing Co.
that a regular ai.nual meeting will be
held at their office at Astoria, Oregon,
he &th .lay of October, 1Mi7, at 9 o'clock
a. m., for the purpose of electing a board
of directors nnd transacting other busi
ness that may come before the meeting.
AUG. MOEERG, Secretary.
Astoria, Or., Sept. 29, 1897.
tlon might take up with profit to every
merchant and business man in the city.
It would not be a bad Idea to Improve
the Nehalem road now, a la Hammond
build the best road money will buy. There
Is probably not a resident In the Neh il-m
but who would bc willing to give some
of his acres to a good road fund. No
one would stand back nnd the rest of the
land would be gr-itly Increase, In value
and the whole county would be an fm.
mense gainer. The foremost merchants
of AHtorla would doubtless subscribe
money to the scheme, taking in return the
land donate) by the farmers. No one
would lose a penny and the county nnd
city would be given a new Impetus to
prosperity of Incalculable value.
A bicyclist who rode up from Tilla
mook county he hcr day says that
the rornls there are graveled In fine con
dition. That county has twenty times
thei roads) Clatsop h;is, and pays only o: e
hnlf the amount of road tag pa'd b-re,
and the roods are 3C0 per cnt b Iter
than Clatsop roads.
Yesterday a Nehalem farmer brought
In hnjf a ton of oats nnd a lot of cabbage
with a pair of horses. The fact Is r-.
markable and If the present extraordinary
weather continues they will be able to
market considerable stuff. Th- road mv.
better now than they have been In years.
The particular farmer referred to had
not raised the oats for market, and wan
as much surprised as any one at the
exceptional opportunity of getting ti
From these Instances it cam be readily
seen what might be done by the farmers
with a good system of roads on which
they could depend ait all seasons. They
could then watch the markets and bilng
Notice Is hereby given that all nunr
terly licenses are now due and payable
to the Chief of PolleC at his office, snd
If not paid within ten days from dote
of this notice, a penalty of K icr cent
additional will be chance.!.
II. E. NELSON.
Auditor and Police Judge.
Astoria, Or., October 3, 1KS7.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It falls
to cure; 25c. For sale by Charleg Rog-rs
THE SISTERS OF THE
Convent of the
Will reopen tb.lr Boarding and Day
School Mflptnmb.r 0.
For rales, etc., address lb. Superioress
D 12 11 U U IZ IS
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Mount Angel College
0UNT ANGEL Minos Count v OnEGOH
This Is Just th. place for your boya.
IMIghlful location, large building, and,
grounds, good meals, plenty of healthy
exercise, excllent teachers and cartful
training- this Is what they all say of
MT. ANGEL COLLEGE. Bend for Cat.
alogue and special terms.
School will open September I
P. F. PLACIDUS. Director.
Tuesday Evening:, October 12th
Fisher's Opera House
OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS
Itegular .Normal Course of thrno years.
Henior resr wholly profrsMnnal.
Triilnliiit ilepsrtiiieiit ol nine (trades with .'U0 children.
Instruction nnd trnlnuiK In (lyinnniitlrs (Swedish sys
tem), and Vocal Music for piilillc sell, sils.
The Nnriiml diploma li rcdiipitiud hy law ts S HTATR
L1KK CKK1IKICAIK to teach.
I.lsht riiieiia. Tuition, books, liimnl and lodging (ap
proximately), litfiuo per year.
Student. tHHHrdlni tlirmaelvpa, lllfl 00 per year.
Academic grade accepted fruin hlh i'lioo.
Catalogues cheerfully amit on application,
P. L. OAMI'IIKM., President, or
W. A. WANV, Secretary Faculty.
Mis. Waltir Keed.Contrallo
Mls Aijiies Watt, Ho irano
a 41 1 v.. i.i . . .
w 'iii.,.iiir. i on ii if, i inn i hi
.'iiss .iniii narren, Acciimpaiii.t
. . . . .
; Also for Medicinal . .
and Cooking Purposes
TICKETS CENTS !
OAU.ERV sj CENTS
The fitelnwa- piano for the occasion a glum
ly loaned by Hon. benjamin Vuni
CARLSON'S FAMILY LIQUOR STORE,
103 Twelfth Street