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THE DAILY ASTOHIAK, Fill DAY MORNING. NOYEMBKK Sfl, 1897.
DAY IN ASTORIA
Brilliant Reception on Hoard the
SERVICES AT THE Cni'RCHES
Tse foot SabMsatially neaittibtrcd Day
Gtacrtllf Observed Tirosga
ol Ike Citv.
Thanksgiving day In Astoria "wa duly
otxwrved hy aN. All puMtc oflW and
backs -wrr dosed and the store closed
at noon. A piitnl air of comfort r"
vaded the cMy erd tk oa evijt-nt thivt
n hud omtrilnr for which to be
thankful, and that Astoria had In the
paM year received tier share of proajwr.
Ttw notnble feature of the day w
the afternoon and evmlnr reception
gtven by the officers of the Perry. The
hip tad been thoroughly cleaned from
top no bottom. Instde and out and shone
like a new silver "dollar. The forecastle
u open to Inspection ami was. as ne&t
a my lady's chamber. The boy were
tn their ShitaJuy beat and enjoyed the
day. In the. wardroom and captain's
cabin the Invited a-ueMs wvsf entertained
by the ofneera Ctaptaln Phillip. Ueu.
tenant Emery and Sturdeisant. Assistant
Engineer Roe Mrs. Emery and Ml
Phillips. The quarters were handsomely
dacoraJted and a fMtckras luncheon was
served to the truest -who were made to
feel at home at onoe by thetr (tenkil en
tertainer wtio spared no pains to (rive
all a plmsmnt afternoon.
The officer of the Columbine and Mm.
sanlta. called In a body, and hundred of
townspeople pnld their respects to the
Perry and her gallant officers. The
weather cteared off lona enoubh to add a
tew rays of sunshine to the occasion,
which lacked noMn In good cheer and
good fellowvhip to make tt one to be re
membered. The onion service at the Congregation,
al church wa lsrgely attended. The
church waa handsomely decorated and
the music mu good. The Rev. Mr. TTol.
Ungshead, of the Methodist Episcopal
church, pteat'hed tihe Thanksgiving er.
mon. and he was Ustusned to Wth marked
attention. The discourse wa out of the
ordinary and direK upon the first thanks
giving proclamation Issued by Governor
Bradbury In Colonial time of trouble
and upon Lincoln's prortsunatton Issued
In 1S6J when the nation wo In such dire
distress. Th offerings amounted to
ja.. which "Will be distributed to the
poor by the W. C. T. V. sooWy.
Grace Episcopal church wns profttfTy
decorated with ferns rt f!r-- an thp
liberal offerlngB of fruit nnd rKnMi"
wer arranged In front of the enwnee!
Theae. together wlrh the money offer.
Inirs are for the Good Samaritan he
pltal. Portland. The rector preoch"d
from the text "I will give thanks usto
the Lord wts.h my who!, htiri: ecr"t!v
among the faithful, and in the congrera.
rton." Psalm lii-1. Th discourse was
excellent and timely, end was unred
upon his hearers in an earnest and elo.
quent manner. The boy choir rendered
especially appronriate muelc for the oc
casion. The Salvation Army people held ser.
vice which were "well attended, and a
day noted for Its quietude and orderli
ness closed bi peace.
COLUMBIA SHOE COMPANY
Ala for the evil ever done!
Alas for the good deed not begun!
Alas for our WindTt-as, every one!
By this the world Is sad.
Try Schilling's Best tea and baking powder.
E. A. DE YO IS AGENT FOR SODA
TO WEAR DIAMONDS CHEW SODA
WANT A JlOft BIKE? CHEW SODA
Turkev held the reins of power yes
terday. Hot Scotch and hot Tom and Jerry
at the Office.
At th bowling alleys yesterday F. A.
Fisher scored W
Fresh wuinuts, almonds and pecan at
Groceries at the lowest prices at tha
Pacific Grocery Co.
FOR YOUR STOMACH'S SAKE
CHRW SODA MINT.
W. II. Crifnth, a stockman of Gari
baldi, la In the city.
If Mrs. Jones uses Schilling's
Pest baking powder, and you
don't, and she makes fine cake
and you don't don't Llame
your ability, blame your baking
A Schilling & Comity
bau frrfi. cisco
Baited almonda at th 81.
LADIES' CASHMERE GLOVES. K
CENTS. AT DTOBAR'B,
LAMBS WOOL SLIPPER SOLES.
CENTS. AT DUNBAR'S.
LADIES' SILK MITTENS. CENTS
TO 60 AT DUNBAR'S.
Mr. John A. IVvnn. the Point Robert
eannerymnn, is In th 4ty.
Bicycle and repair shop at 185 Ninth
street. Charges reasonable.
W. H. Bryan nd wife, of ChUtigo,
are registered at the Occident
Fish Commissioner Holllstvr P. Mo
Outre, of Portland, fc In the city.
For real life-like and artistic photos,
oall on Snodgrass, th, fotografar.
Our price are tha lowest In th city.
Call and se us. Paclflo Grocery Co
Ask for sample of Chase Sanborn's
famous teas, at Ross, HI-g.ns Co.',
Umbrella covered and repaired by a
practical workman, at IS Ninth street.
CHILDREN'S WOOLEN MITTENS.
15 CENTS FER PAIR, AT DUNBAR'S.
H. Orchard. .1 oootnutor of Portlaml.
Is in the city, rttrMered at the Ptirk.r
Tou cm always find the best cream ry
butter and sweet, fresh cream at tha
New crop dried fruit, new crop raisins,
figs and assorted nuts all extxra fine
quality, at Ross, Hlggins ft Co.
P. J. Meany. the leading merchant
tailor. 1S7 Tenth St Tha highest price
paid for fur aldns.
Dry fir slab wood for sale. Astoria
Land ft Investment Co.. Commercial and
Eighth streets. Telelpbone ?9.
There will be a meeting of the Young
Men's McKtnley dub i S o'clock to.
night at Rescue Engine house.
Business was suspended at ill the rub
11c offices yesterday, and thoy presented
an unusunlly Ionome appearance.
The funeral of Charles Iinen to.k J
plnce ynwterd&y at i o'clock nnd the re.
mains Interred In Greenwood c-metery.
A. G. Potters, wife and daughter, pio
neers of Heppner, are In the city on
their way to make a visit in Tillamook.
C. O. Palmberg, the leading contractor
and builder. Is prepared to do all kinds
of Jobbing- and building work: CI Duane
"Ftvth painrt" was the sign displayed
at a number of office door yesterday as
a reminder tha the day was a legal
Plum pudding, cranberries, sweet cider
j and a large line of other seasonable
' fnp and fancy groceries at Ross, Hlg.
1 glTl ft Co.
Tn sailor off the Wasdtile wh Ml
from the yard arm. snvishlng ine of n
arms ami breaking a 'eg. I i'i i-"'?' r
of losing his arm. thouh it may he
NOTICE: The public should rem m.
ber that there is but one original, alr
tlghth. Queen heater In the market, and
that Fisher Bros, are th-r exclusive As
The outlines of a turkfy ad'THed the
window of the outer door of Ju.lg N'el.
sun'! office, (miionting that the i;ilc
wns occupied in passing sfntente on th
king of the barnyard.
FOR RENT One three.room houe op.
posite court house. Jlft per month; and
one two-room house furnished for I!ght
housekeeping. 3C Commercial street, (10
per month. Apply XZ Commrclal s;.
Largest and most complete aavwtnwit
of air-tight heaters In the. city. All the
kinds advertised in this paper may be
seen and compared at our !ore. then
your selection will be satisfactory to you.
Foard ft Stokes Co.
The young people of the Biptist church
will give a good time social In the base
ment of the church building, on Friday
evening at 7:30. There will be no rhnrx
for admission, and all friend are cor
dially Invited to attnnd.
Try an oys'.er stew, for 1" n nts, at
the Parlor, next door to Hahn's shoe
store. Fresh oysttrs always on hand;
In any style, or dMIvr "1 hv tie
pint or quart, at K and 50 oenta, re
spectively, in any part of the city.
The following officer? were eV-xt-d by
Beaver Lod;e. No. V.. I. O. O F, fr
the next term: N. O . Oiof Ar,-li-r)n: V.
G.. CliarVs N. Finch: s-cre-;riry, J S'.u
art Hitchcn: Perm. Sc., f"ha.. S. Gun.
denvin; treastir'-r. flms. 3 Wright: tens.
tft for three y-or. Fr-1 O. Walters
The high acor's for the eh im;;orish!i
t the A. F. f. i,AWl:ng all-v for .
month are: Frank W'XHlfli'l. average
49: grand total. 1'iC. F. FI?her. ivi-nf
K: grmd tot.il. 1'". M. M. Pl'-fcen. aver,
age 55: grand total. MZ. The hl?he--t In.
dlvidu;.! "or- f'r the; mw.h i V,, made
by F. Fifher.
Shares ijf tne A'tsk'L Tr t n.-ir!.i : ! iii
and D.rvloj.rnerit Company of Chirajo
I aro tho mof: d.Hirib"; Inve'mern h 'ur
J the pi ! bile. S.'if -r than s:i '.')!.' KnukH and
lr.rik tox-k. P-iylnrr ht;'" 'HUd'ii'ls
Shiren one doll.tr. For informvion ad.
dre-.-is W. T.. liiidley. u-n'-rn". at-M, Hal.
ler building, Keiitile, Wash.
Workmen were (-nrii-'I y.terday In
fittlni? tlv- lar'e rgc with reeb1 of
wire, coils of wire eaMe ;,rd other ap
paratus to be usel in aiding the Po
trlmpos off North b-ach. she will prob
ably be towed around today, when the
M5 anchor tv1 he lanti-l In decri
wta.t cr and liw-s maI fast to the ship.
Coroner Pohl empanelled a Jury yler
day to hear the testimony In the case
of Dr. Stciner, accused of malpractice In
causing the death of Mrs. Hmu t Sl
shle. After taking the evidence of the
witnesses the court adjovirntxl till
o'clock Oils nriUng, whan IV. Fulton,
who nV an utny on the rtuiiii,
will be present to gl- evabtK.
The dangvra of ol-nisation ar over-
work, vrr- uul Kernia, We need vl-
ttUiairiK power to sustwin us. I.rl
men and xperloc point to pure whis
key. Primitive men Hd not nel whis.
key. We do. Olmngwl omlltlona lrl"g
fresh r-eed. An-1 TltK whiskey ll.VU.
PER. Sd by Fo-urd ft Stokes Comiwny.
Wllltam Ray, who Joined the Odd Fel
lows last nitK-ht, ad)ouriuM ft-r llw
nuvttng for lunoh with some of his
ftieiHl to the Shir, They culled tvr tur
key arid were told there wns plenty, but
when served' only the frnmc of a-hat
had been tirko-s v-re visible. Joe suh.
stltutrtl elk st.k. nnd I ho boys went
Avy well satisfied,
T4tst rrtglit Dr. Est cm expr!.Al him.
self as convinced that lof. MoRwu'i
hery of hypnosis Is. frt pmclloal ex
perlenoe wild vlcmonstmtlo.ii, the nio.t
wiwt of any he ha yet met. Vr. Ftes
- this In Justice to lYof. MoEwen.
A lanre crl agtiin filled Fiiher's o-ra
hou last night nnd wre highly enter
t.kiil and Instructed by lrgr. MoEwen.
No amount of age or storing will make
bad whiskey good. tt must be good
when made .ml must W storel In woivl
ajid not In nnml. C-rus Nolde ("Id
lSotirbiNi Whiskey Is storeil in onk wood
lsirnls. This develops Its flavors aid
tvilc properties. The flavors make It
delicious in cocktwiil. It Is the o"1y
AmrKan Whiskey of International repu-
When he two Hrlilsh ship Norma
ami Klnross-shlre were driven on the
sunds in the rivnt gale. Captain Phil
lips, of the Perry, sent his launch down
to see If he could he of nny nmlstiinc
to the vessols. CViptaln M-rvnnld. of th
Norma. -nos vessel wis In the greater
Hsiiws. got to sen without bavlrg nil
opportunity of irsmlly thanking ""i-
taln Phillips fir his courtesy, but sent
word ashotv tetlflng to his gratitude
nnd the message wns just delivered Inst
Mr. F. J. Mcllenrj". formerly state or.
ganlter for the order of Wlmcn of
the- World, and now chief lead-x of the
Impiwed OnbT of the Vigilant s. will
1 In Astoria todny. Mr. McHenr'" '.
J.x in dsltlng the city a tlUs ttnv is
to give a free entertainment arel talk
on the OnW of Vigilantes. Kverytwly
is lnvrtM to attend, and the place of
meeting will he announced In this after-
rsion's papers. Mr. Mcllenry has a host
of friends In Astoria, an I he will doubt.
les have a full hou- to hear his tec.
Mr. E. G. E. Wist, who arrived on tne
Harrison Wntnesday night from the N.
halcm say the pack of salnvw there this
sens.- mi fnlr. Kinney put up Swrt
cases. Nehnlem ennnery ."?0. Snk.ng
of the storm he said: "Th,' Into TVe
sas an ugly one. The Methodist church
was twisted from Irs foiin,ljvllin. a num
ber of two Inch tdanks were hurt !
through the roof of mv itinn,ty. and n
portion of th roof n( TClmores' war- -
house at OaritvaMt was blwn through
the gable end of the Prynn hotel, almost
klllini: old man F"irnlde "
'at,tain Sr--rint of the Norwei-i.'n
bark nphclia. which arrived y-wtr.liy.
f.iys he had a very tHons voyrige frm
Pimamsi, It lMng one succession of calms
and cal-s. Sp:aklTg of th voyage to in
Astorlan r'Trter last r.lght he saM.
"We snlled from Pnnnm.i Sitemh-T IS.
and hav- bail a long and tiresome trip,
though an uneventful one. About a w k
ago we struck a living gale whl'-h hmtefl
for severaJ ikys. but we wctthere,! It
without an-ldent. There is no siikness
of any kind In Panama tlv- health of
th- riy It-ing' urisnil!y giil W
spoke a German ehip a few iLivs ngo
hut eo'ild not make out her name. She
was tenjnd for Victoria."
The rrported shipwreck off the Colum
bia ptrlay w.is not corr'ct. There
wiis no wr-ick. An n-ci!ent occurred,
however, in the lower hnrle.r V.it even
ing. The tug Relief returned from the
si-ene :tmi'. mi'lnlKht. Th- tide yester
liiy iift-rnoon was 9 ft 5 lnch-s. and at
the eM the current was very swift. The
German ship Peru and the TlritUh sh p
Wllliim Tlllle, both of which arr'vr-d
down ycstenlny. were anchored In the
stream In thet tower hnrlior. The P ru
dr.u-'ce,) her anchor and smashed Into
the Tlllle. The Relief possod up a1r,ut
that time with the bark Oakland In tow,
and offern.1 hrT nsHlstance. A short time
iff'T-Barls the ships flrd nck-ls and
th Heli,-f went 'Vwn again, sej.-ir.ited
the shlrs. which are tiow wifely nt an.
' hor. No Limago was done.
Tn Justice Aberorombij's cou-t yester.
day the bondsmen of Dr. Stelner John
Ko,i and Henry OIk r. of Seasid-. ap.
ti"ared and wlthlrew their bond. Dr.
S'e'ner was pr scnt in I held a conver.
sat Ion with his bondsmen. The bondsmen
left the 'ouft and Ste.in-r was taken In
charge !v Constable Wlrkman and
torw-' over ti, SherlfT Hare, who rdarr-d
him In the "ounty fall. St-nT Ins re
flde.1 at SnuM for about four year'.
Tr ij t fr"rman and probaMy aiirxit ry)
v,ar of age, with a full ocarv K'reaked
w'h viav. and hair of the Kitn" eohir.
TT" talk German with his bondsmen !n
v.-? 1'j-t.I i' eotjpt and did not nop-ar
worried a Vint the serious 'rime ehnrjed
sriifHi him lb- aekwl permlmn to
go n S'-aide to j H wife, hut on he.
fnir I'if irmed thuit be muFf see the sheriff
on h,a matter, he liafitlly wrote letter
and ri"t if on loard the afternoon tra'n.
Miir.y who nr familiar with the cise do
nor Mleve S'Hn'T guilty of any crimi
nal lnie-r.it, hiit raither attribute it as be.
Irir one of gross eireenet rr that he
was temporarily lnsine a-t tho time It
was committed. Tt Is sa d he was ae.
rus-d of tlv- ;ame crime In Walla Wall-,
ard got Hir on n tehni'-alltv. Tn ref.
eren-e to this, a prominent physVlan
s.aid the ense fKetirred In Vancouver, nnd
Strdner Ndng th- serrm'l pnystetin caifed
in was evonerat d from nil blame.
FOR A NAVAL STATION.
At the meeting of th- Portland Cham,
ber of Ooramtne Welnesday Imjortant
a.-tion was taken upon many subjects.
amongst other th thregvwilan of yts
tenai y sMys,
"The vatnlillslimeiit of a frceh-w.iter
naval station on the Columbia, rlvw was
niKXthvr matter lnrtog at(ilii, t
II. Ivdd nmde an Imerestlnif talk on
Hi iihjcct, and sivld It was oiw of the
most Important mmtein to which (he
attention of tlM ilelcgiiti'S ivilld N cilllr1.
It would cost ppaollcHlly nothing to es
t.iNlsh sih-h a rfhitbui, while rt appro
priation of million wiis nek. si to make
laike Wiiehington, mtir Siitli such a
n iiib'iniu fvr wir vessel not In icllve
' "Captain l'mv also s'ke hi favor of
the pr)eet, nnd. referrnig o the ihpth
of wvler M 'the moittli of the iliiiiibi.i
"ttily lust Momlwy a vessol went out
owr the Iwr drawing S to t lm-lu of
water, and them Is now SS fext vf water
on the Nir through a channel Imlf a
n;lle wide. The CVtttmlun rlviy would be
an ejtcelhot plme r n station for lor.
pctlti-bont iiiihI cruiser. tlw ostaisish
mnt if which would Iwve a khhI effect
In n'rtvlnsr the enterprise of building a
drvdivk. so much jmmsIoI."
"The seveml nmtlor discussed were
r-ferrisl to a committee, i-onslstlng of
Messrs, rvxfcl, Wlrteirg u, (llph.int.
w-ith InstrtiiMlon to prepare prx-r me
nrlN for the congressional didrgatlon
for u In Wiishlmrtcn."
SIMPLICITY ITS 101 .V.
A Simple 1 in nub's Remedy.
Yet It Currw thi Worst t'is.'s of Pys
XM"efci und Imllgestlon.
Dr. Jennlson. wh bus made n IKo study
of s:mn !'! troubU. says: AH fornw or
ltMllgxstlon renllv iinvunt to the Mine
thing, that Is, falhitv to osiiplotrly dl
gt the fM oaten: no nmtter whether
the trouble Is no!.! dysftaiwln or suir
stfti-h. beh hltig of wind, nervous dys
pepsia or hvs of flesh and ai'pctlte; a
person w'B not hove any of them if the
stoniiich can lo Imlucetl 1- any natural,
hjirmlee -iv to thopvtighly dlgfst what
Is eaten, nn.l this Tin ls done by a sim
ple remedy which I I nve t-itcl
In hundreds of aggrnv-WtsI ibises
with complete ue-s. Tlie p-m-rty
Is n comblnitloti of fruit
rnd vieits ess, nces. pure ositlc
rln anl golden stal put ip In he
form of pleasant tabling tablet and sold
by druggists under the name of Smart's
Pyswpsf:i Talets. One or two of these
tablets xhould be taken after monls and
allownl to dissolve In the n.outh and
nilnk'Ung with the f.! In the to-reich
dlgf.s It c mdotc- N f,.ro It h.i time
to f'Tnwt. dtsTty and sour.
On actual exiTtmeiit one grain of Stu.
art' Iyiepstn. TaMcts will dlg-t thive
thousand gniin of mcait. eggs nnd slm
fhir whlti'me foists.
It Is safe to iy that If this wholesome
rmr" si. U'tt-T known, by M-aple gen.
eral'y. it woiM I..- a n.itl.Kiil Messing.
n.4 we are a nvtlon of dysis.tlcs and
nine-tenths of nil dl'irsi i,e their ori
gin to Imperfect riigvstlon nnd nutrition.
Stunrt's Pspcps!.i Tablets .ire it a
secret piutent riHliclne. lujt u fifty cent
Ku-kugn 1ll ilo more mil g"d for a
w.sik s: much them fifty dollars' worth
of patent nitslldius nnd a twrscM lw.
the satlsfution of kriwi:ig Just whut
he Is pn ting Into his stomach, which
he do.? not know, win-n wl.lei' a.txer
tLsi'd ixitent m.sll.iln.'M are
All drok'clsls s-K Stuart's tystn
Tillt-ts, fir I slz,l t.trk.igis l cents.
A little N..ik on catis. and .-ore of
stomal'i tnmt'l.'s moll.-.l free l.y ml.lr'
;nir The Stuart Co., Marshall. M'.-li.
I'NTIL FI'UTHEIl N'tTH'F,
I 'r. Iurrln, who Uis 1s.n with us for
the past thr,v m.mths. will rnialn nt
151 Bond St., Astoria, unill furtln-r n..tl-e.
All those who wish to consult him shoul 1
do so nt once. AH chronic disease with
suc-ew. Office hours 9 n. m. to 1 p. m.
The poor treated free, except mellclnes.
DYSPF.rfll.V AND INDI'l KSTION'
Mr. Editor: For over six ye,irs I have
hf a gn-.it sufferer fnmi acute und
chronic dys-psla and Indigestion. I
come to Dr. Pat-rlii nnd have taken Ms
treatment, and crKisbUr myself entirely
ciirl. I fisj very thankful for the cure
en. am only too glad to recommend lr.
Parrin's trxitnnrt to the nffllctnl pub.
lb-. Cnn be r-ferrerl to.
MRS. AMANDA TIAROI.IV
Astoria, Novemlr 2!.
Offlee hours. 9 a. m. to t p. m.
A meeting of citizens will 1 called
at the court house t 11 n. m. on Satur
day. No'mlor 27. for the purpose f
nominating enndl'loitos for the coming
clt.y eierttlun to te held in this city on
AH citizens of Astoria ere respectfully
requeued to attend.
RY ORDER COMMITTEE.
At the soll'ltatlon of persons Interested
In th relief of Mr. Nelson RIsaAerg,
whos(. house was burned on Tuesday last,
a aniharrlptlon has been started 4n his
behaif. Hon. J. T. Lighter, of -.ho Dally
Antorlan. has eonsonbd to he custodian
of the funds. The mib.v ription parn-r may
bo se.n at d ruWrlpilons left at the
Astorlnn offlee, where they will be prop
erly e,ird for until forwadod to Mr.
WM. BF.YMOLR SHORT.
T'ntH further notice I will not per"n"
ally. nor win my half Interest In steam
er O. K., tie responsible for any d-bls
or wages of any nature contracted by
A. E. Salt, for steamer O. K.
L. M. DAVIS.
Astoria, Or. October 27, 1B97.
A PLEASANT EXPERIENCE.
A few days ago a oharnlng young lady
who was travelling alone between St.
Paul and Chicago, was accosted by a
handsome, gentleman, who Invited hf.r
to dinner with him. "Certainly, Mr.
Carson,'" she replied, "for the Wisconsin
Central lines have the best dining car
service In tho world; I shall be delight
ed." For fureher particulars call on the
nearest ticket agent, or address J. C.
Pond, general passenger agent, Milwau
kee, Wis., or Oeorge B. Batty, gen'ral
agent, 2i? Stark street, Portland, Or.
KnlWIng Silk, nil cshils per nv.&o
ISnlvKdery Milk, all color, per
IbMs' I'hnbpililei-y Hllk. per skein, ...lo
Ohtnu Silk, all color, for fiufc')'
work. 'r yard 'c
Ht.unixsl Vliie. each
tlttMron's Colored Embroider, d Silk
Haiulkorchlcrs, each . !k'
Men's Initial Silk llandkendilef.
Uotiea' Fancy ijufteis, sr pair. ...Ho
Velvet lUJ.y Ulblsui. all elsulcs. per
AM-Sllk U.il'V Ull'lsrti. all strides,
per yi. rd 1
Htee! or Itmie I'r.s'l-t I locks. f.u h.V
nnlshli-.g HraW. st Udt io
Vnleiuv li.s's, i-r iirl .. lc and Ic
Ftim-y It.i.skets. Ill all colors. eiich.l.Vi
I-lllii' Sesir.lle Skirts,
.u-h il to It '
UNUta tttOSTN ?(RS0N4t M4MAfrMtMT
jm LIi5uyi-JUr'.lKiiUi.i IfJM.
I EVERY CITY
, Box Coif.
In Button and Lace.
Our good ars warranted.
Richard Nlxss Obaater V. Dolph.
DOLl'H & NIXON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, 21. H. M and 17
Hamilton Building. All legal and col
lection busln ss promptly attended t
Claims against tha government a sps
slalty. DH. JAY TUTTLE.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Olfloe, roonia I and 6, Pythian bullda
63i'4 Commercial St, Residence sams
ActltiK aHHlntant surgeon U. 8. Ma
rine hofpltiil service.
H. A. SMITH.
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building
over C. H. Cooper's, store.
j. q. a. bowlby,
attorney and counselor
Office on Bond street Astoria, Or.
ATTORN EY-A T-LA W.
4t Commercial strt
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7. A. F. en
A. M. Regular communications held on
th first and third Tuesday evening ol
G. W. LOUNBRERRT, W. at
B. C. HOLDEN, Bee rotary.
HMs'k.l sale itf ladles' Kid tllovr.
Ill Mack. Wt? uiul colors, pr. li w
Uutw' Krai tT I low SIM
I tulles' all-wool Kill Hklrta,
nuh .-II l
laulU' itll-woid Hu-iutera, ci-li. fl!J
Unties' rlblxsl Aiistialmn wool Vrsl
or 1'iiois, rsU'h Tie
liilitles' IJleSl t'ollilis. eaell Iflc
Uull.' Aprons, racli I.'k to II Sfl
Chllllren' silk and wool lloivls.
esudi l.'si to l.'.OO
In fun Is' and Children's Con's, each
lieu to $M
Unties llelts, e.a-h If"
Indies' I'lusll and Cloth Capes, up
Uulles' tNxits. the lalmt styles,
Our III Usui stock l ituni'lcte with
all simile nod wMth; r lien per than
Embroidery Hoops, pnjr
Only Store That Sells Cheap
FISHER'S OPERA HOUSE....
i.. y. Ht- i.iii
Uwi and Maiiwser
WtrEK I tiMMKNClNH
Monday, Nov. 22
Ewen TllP lltta'M t IU nitllll ! V lrl I'lmiir.
Hul urc (if nit hiilun- Hj-unUi' Iwtllixnt
Itlll a ttir i plHiIll Hl A iM ltllllflll
liti ii lul ln y, Ih v. iua ir yitw i f ( tnlttM nw r
Nollrt th- it i ul 11 1 mt iituntl lfVrlu im tit
t v 1iiiu11mii lh K'"t nniftli r iritii.tfh
nlfttiiiK f Jiiilut. J nr In it ytTaj, .lilt ell v .-. n
xirliTH, rti. I'lriitiflr. MitniMl Jift. hmtrm iir,
1(h k lirtnklHH Is I tnniU llu -i ii(Ut
4 It n IiumI t'niiil u 111 ini.k- ou n-nr
ln i t lulr, ii. .1 itutt , IKtuk iiihI Inuh a
li Ait hrlnv
t .t1iii(olii ItpM rvnl m-niN, W an! if'tt
ul nlt upi iiR Hulunlny niornlnt ul t.rlmu
Silk Fancy imkIn
I Inc Decorated Clilnuware
HiksMuI Attention nlven lo nil orders for any
slyleof ladles' Wraps und I ndcrmiir, iiuur
initio. 1 M-rritl nt.
CHAS. KAN & CO.
367 Commercial St-
Portland Savings Bank Bid.
Antorla Iron Worke
Front Street, foot of Fourth, Astoria.
AND BOILER MAKERS
Land and Marine Kwrln. Iiollor Work,
Steamboat and Caanery Work a K
olaity. Cuallmr of all descrlptlona
niado to order on short noiloe.
John Fox..Prealdrvt and Superintendent
A. L. Fox Vloe President
0. B. Pral Secretary
Astoria SavVurs Bank Treasurer
A complete atock of lumber on band
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, ru
Mc, celling and all klnda ot finish; mold
ing! and shlnglea. Terma reaaonabl
and price at bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to. Offlra and yard
at mill. H F L. LOGAN,
Seaiiide, Oregon. Proprlirtor.
Da O. B. ESTES,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special attention to diseases of worn
Office over Dans!gera store. . Astoria
Telephone No. tl
IVulirs' and Clillilicii's .M.ickln.
toslie. from f IDS lo 17.(0
I -i.ll,' and Children's l itibrrllaa,
from ,,, , Un o 1110
Iocs Cui-tiiins, kUi', up from Dn
ClteiilHu 'latiila tiv, null TBo
Tirlilo Linen, viinl, iai frinu IGo
All Ull'SI Naj.klns. gtsal slao.doa II.OQ
A tliio kir- br.1 spt-cmt f.s, .Tto
Hon our ftiw Una of plain aiul flunl
vm (IhmmIs. Jiest (tin thing for a
Men's Tcs k or rNnir-lii-lland Tli,
up from 130
Men's Musin'iiders, V"ir W' to T3o
Mill's I'mlersfar. ilt JiS to 11 SO
Hoys' nil. w.. I Kseotrcs, sticlt T1U
to' nils, from TV In IVM
Men's Hats, frii "iDe to tl 30
Men's nll..4 I 'out a ti'i
Mon' H . Ur &.i to "to.
C.H.Orkwitz IWFW" vu
U.I IH AM! I'll: rut In 10.
'A. V. a I I vm
liriMTiif, I't'ptl, Fruit.-t,
N'l'p'tiililt s, I'rtH'kt'ry,
Cor.Tnth and Commvrclal MrMt,
rtarbla and (Jranll.
I l.lHurr A MINAR,
X.M K. M.Hiis'iu si , Portland, Or
I....AI.I. KIMis OK t'KMKTKHV WnliK ...
, fil.'l (.'iilmniTciitl Mrwd
) Nrit In Mmlisou's Cltfsr Stitut
! Astoria Electric Supply Co.
WIRING & REPAIRING.
,SHAP A KODAK.
at an man ooiuluf out o"
I our stor and rou'li ei
I Dortrmlt of a man brlmmlna
0Tr with pleasant tlioiiclit.
Huch quality In th liquor
I piesj mnj nmn.
COMff AND THY THKM
HUGHES & CO
J. B. VVYATT,
Phsa Ne. 6 A.Url. Orsge
HA I NTS and OIUH.
gpsclsl Att.ntloo I sld to Supplying Ships
- " 187a 1897
uswcAnsu ; Fisher
Iron ami Steel
(i metrics nnd I'rovislons
I'loiirunil Mill Cecil
I'alnts, Oils und Varnished
Doors anil Windows
Kagons and Vehicles.