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THE DAILY ASTOIA
-.M iuvummi i9 1 rnnr-u z, iov
w 1 ' 1 whiwiub wi wi Dim. I
Finest Ever 1
Brought to the city
Indies' Heavy Seal Bal.
Lediea' Hvvy Otf ISU.
Hadles Heavy Crocs.-Proof Calf Hal.
COLUMBIA SHOE COMPANY
. E3 COMMERCIAL STREET.
AkVS NOTHING BETTER
COLUMBIA SHOE COSIPANT
Rain or snow.
A toe&utlul behavior Is better than
beautiful form; It Is the finest of the
fins art. Emerson.
Try Schilling's Best taa and baking powder.
E. A. DE YO IS AGENT FOR SODA
The near moon made
Frank Carlson vu oer from New As
The choecest candlea and nuts can be
found at the Parlor.
LADIES' CASHMERE GLOVES, 8
CENTS. AT DUNBAR'S.
Toe Parlor has received a full line of
Xmas goods. Coll and so.
Mrs. Tknson has returnei from a visit
with friends In San Francisco.
Pilot H. Emkens and Pilot Archie
Pease were in the city yesterday.
Our prices are the lowest In the elty.
Call and s us. Pacific Grocery Co.
TO WEAR DIAMONDS CHEW SODA
Mr. J. H. LanKWorthy Is In Portland
on a vMt.
Freeh walnuts, almonds and pecans at
Groceries at the lowest rrleea at th
Paclllc Grocery Co.
LAMBS WOOL SUITER SOLES,
CENTS, AT DUNBAR'S.
Mrs. J. M. OlIkMtee left yvstcrdoy even.
nig on a visit to Port hunt.
Mr, and Mrs. J. O. Hamhorn re spena
Ing a few days In Pwtlnnil.
WANT A HW 1UKKT CHEW SODA
Hot Scotch and hot Tw anJ Jerry
at the Office.
Mrs. Thomas OYng I visiting Mrs.
George H. lleorg.
FOR YOUR STOMACH'S
CHEW SODA MINT.
C;jwln Sulllvin. now of the Kmnu
Hayward. cwlled on his Anorli friends
At the A. F. C. alleys yesterday Mrs. V'teiMay.
IngU! scored W ntid II. Uel) .
nr sian wooa for sale. Astorls
For real life-like and artletla photo, r-nd Investment Co.. Commercial and
call on Snodgresa, the fotografer.
Chrlste-isen's snore was the only one In
town closed all day Thnnksgu Ing.
Ask for sample of Chase Sanborn's
famous teas, at Ross, Hlgg.ns ft Co, 'a.
Among the :assenwrs on the KMer
imbrellaa covered and repaired by I yesterday w,e tfi M:.ntng A.rUn
practical workman, at 1SS N nlh street, from KUIIsnM. Alaska. Anion in,i
Jujius ON!. Andrea- Lee. Oust
The steomer Telephone nrrlv.nl down A5"""'. ItUph Fuss ua, CI. Anderson.
yesterday in plaoe of the IHniey Gatesrt.
and lumir Otouf slat .fht It la sutcld
for nn.v otM lo go. to CVpler river for
mining. Tlw eountry Is roh In th ex.
Heme, Copper river Is not navlgahle.
and there I nothing there to mine, c
erluig to the liiilktn who live in Iie
vicinity. There Is no landing place t
Prince Wltriim sound where (lie lllanch.
atl Uvk llity-thrvo proKpeetors from I, us
Angvlvs. The mvn were landed, however,
at on,. ,vf iho canneries of the Alaska
i . i . ....... . . . .
LADIES' SILK MITTENS, CENTS SI 7. " "? 1 ? 1 ,w nWl U UW'
TO .M AT DUNBAR'S. , ' . . ' 4 m ' r ,,v''r
'.'"R, union is irotvn. t;i, lllancti.
ard hrlngs the news of a lynching t.
tejnptevl on the pers.Mt of Oiilain Henlit
of I In. schooner l.ananf.i. It i-m ht
tt-nton oontract.M wlih forty men In San
Kranclsco to uke tlu-m up (tr river
ten miles and provide th.sn with oiu'
yiMr's provlsi.ms for ivm ich, Mndlnu
Copier rlvrr lo be iinnavl,rille. he land,
ed his men nr Orca with their provis.
Ions. I"wn eiamlnatlon the provisions
were f.uiml to be of the p.ioiv quality
and Insiitnelent In iiuantlty. The stuff
was not "t lo eit and the tnen are there
now In a precarious crndll'tin. The Ulan.
cliaH. which will no t. I'orC.'ind today
to dU-harite freight and from there to
Son Francisco. Is Mklng with her aim
pies of the pnnlsions lo te submitted
lo the lnspeMors. The enraged men
siruna Krnion up with a ripe. The man
fai'iited niul only came in alter ewht
hours. Ttiey look pltv on 111 in then, and
let him clone, but are .1. lermliitv) to have
Bicycle and repair shop at IB Ninth
street Charges reasonable.
John Rryce, of the Aberdeen rack'ng
Compnny, llw-.u Is in the city.
Eighth streets. Telephone
A fw days ago at her 8sld .vtt.me
Mrs. Alex CanipWl pickM up on the
beuoh ii rare sih-cIiii. of se i ur-
S-po(n star rtsh.
CHILDREN'S .WOOLEN MITTENS.
IS CENTS PER PAIR. AT DUNBAR'S,
You en a'wava find the best mim r
butter mn ..t fr.s .k. tft vhureh
A How..mt soottil was trlven on Thur.
Ony m-enhiK by the kulb of the Se,i.h
l.utrnmn ohureh l Knst Astoria. An
Interesting prvvr.im was rendered and
refreshments were :n the has, ment
A second wire will be strung today to
Knappe, by tne Western Union TVIegtraph
H. F. Otchewskr. a merchant of Sk.ic-
way, wjis one of the poisoners on the
Congregational chiriThe day Is set
apart ns WhitnMn memorkil day in the
CMrregntlonc! ehurehes of tlw North,
west. Morning thenu. 'The OblU'atlon
of the Church to the, NnrKui " Kventmr
address. "Marcus Whitman us t Factor
vne tmiisntlon of the Northwest."
The puNIc h oor.lta.lly Invito! to all of
P. J. Meany. the leading merchant
tailor. 1S7 Tenth St The highest price
paid for fur skins.
Agent Lo-jns'ierry. of the O. R. & jf.
yemor.my re-vcl ,i ett,.r fr,m his
men,! Hcyt Srvvnun. -f the Oulf r.ut.
Judge Gray left kiat evening t0 .:end ' lTy' ,,!'nNn ,n" rortln-om.
ine nniuiun mxiument utMicutlon ex.
ercises at Walla Walla.
New crop dried fruits, new crop raisins.
flga and assorted nuts all extxra fine
quality, at Ross, Higgins Co.
i.ik sniiw exiron to Mexico. . Th trip
will require days and the special trniti
of sleepers will lrtlv rvnver January 11
It will tnchHla manv points of Interest
not onlimrlly sen by tourists.
Tho or.vw.ki tncnvuie! ;KI r,,ht nt
Ftshr's opera hotute mid the .wr..rti.in
accompanied by m.. of p-. v..fw-.
her father and sler. Irft ias, evening ,ng than ever, while more fuT a 2 Z!
stratlng the s.Sene of h-prMtl.m. which
it Is b,lie-e,l w !iecm th nid of sur
gery in the near future. A .lon-n Asto.
rtans were on the singe as, nghc.
Miss toulse TaJlant.
?r father and sister.
for Snn Francisco via the mvrland route.
It was rumored yesterday that the M
one of coal discharged from the Elder
ere for use in Jim U's air-tight
No amount of age or storing will make
had I'M .Its r. . . .
The revue cutrer Perry is l,1ng ,t whf!1 S' " ' . Z
ftObif, nm ,-k.j u ... . wooi
.LwZTZ.L " " r nt ,n - Cyn Xole OW
..w .u,, j in" ..oiumwu notifhoti tt-hiukv i. ,
In ik wood
This dovetofs Its flavws and
torno nmeetlM Tn. ,
Plum pudding, cranberries, sweet cider delWc-a, m .wtt.... t.
and . 11 ., I . .L " '- 0"'y
w. Kwwiuuit AmerKvin mkpr nr Inl.il .
i. m. tracer, or tne Asiorta commls- i . wci .e mx. noes, uig. tat on.
ion Co., arlved home on tlv? State yes. gln Ca
teraay morning. r-annc irnige So. 17. K. of P elerted
C. R. Patton. L. A. Jacohson, Portland; toe following o!?Wr on Friday evening;
Ben Wise, brother of Postmaster Wl.
wtio has i-een on tm extended viit in
Germany, arrived here yesterday morn.
C. 0. Palmberg, the leading contractor
and builder. Is prepared to do all kinds
of Jobbing and building work; (71 Duane
In the police onurt yesterday Ah Gouck,
a disctple of Joes, was before Police
Judge Neleon. charged with drunkenness
and was fined H
E. H. Stiepard. 8. E. Wrenn, Portland;
Jninea Murrey. D. C. Heger, San Fran.
cssco; 8. M. Seligsohn, Philadelphia; J.
R. Smith, Butte: are reglsetred at the
NOTICE: The public should remm.
ber that there Is but one original, alr
tlghth, Queen beater In the market, and
that Fisher Bros, are the excluslv As
Chief LMder AtcHenry, of the Vigil,
antes, arrived yesterdiy, but was called
back to Foreland on urgent business, ne
cessitating the postponement of his lec
ture tonig-it. Due announcement will be
made of the date when he will rMurn.
Largest and most complete assortment
of air-tight heaters in the city. All tha
kinds advertised in this paper may be
seen and compared at our store, then
your selection will be satisfactory to yoa.
Foard 4 Stokes Co.
Half a dozen sailors on the William
TUtte under the Iealershlp of a gentleman
from Ireland, refund duty yierday.
It w as the old stirry of insufficient clothes,
etc. In the afternoon tney gln.-d as'.ate.
ment to the British vice-consul that thpy
were ready to turn to. and fhe ship will
Services as usual tomorrow at the Pr-s-byterian
church. In the morning the
pastor will r.peak of our debt to Whitman.
Bubjcn. "Whitman sund the Romance of
Oregon Missions." In the evening th
concluding 1-clures on the PlWe. Suh.
Ject. "Paul." A most cordial invitation
la extended to all.
Thos. Boyle, Weatport: Conn Peterson
Williamsport; A. H. Church. Sv.nsen,
are at the Parker house.
The entertainment to he given by the
pupils of txie convent school fop their li
brary promises to be very entertnlning.
aa many novel features will appear on
T OR RENT One three-room house op.
posfte court house. HO per month; and
one two-room house furnished for light
iiouseaeTHng, 3tn ommerclal stret. 110
per month. Apply J55 Commercial st.
At the Baptist church tomorrow fhere
will be the usual servleoB. Subje.-ts of
sermons In the mornln?. 'ThankKlv.
Ing;" In the evening. "Why Unite With
the Church?" A cordial Invitation Is ex.
funded to all to attend.
The residents in the vicinity of Forty,
fifth street have Just complef a watr
tank On the hillside w1fh a cptielty of
wo gallons. They will lay pipe to con
nect It with their residences, and hop
In this way to secure water at little cost.
Shares of tne Alaska Transiwirt.itl.jii
and D-vc3otvmertt Company of fhkago
are the mosR d-lral!e 1nve.xtm.-nt W,ir
the public. Safer than savlnes banks and
bank stock. Paying large dividend,.
Shares one dollar. For Information nd
dreps W. L Dudley, general aifent, Hal.
ler building, Seattle, Wash.
"Fal'.h In God'. w1l! I the subject of
the iH-mon In the M. E. chumh ;n n
a. m.. and the "Light of the World" at
7:30 p. m. The pastor. W. Ii. Ho!l:ng..
head, will prench morning and evening.
Sunday school at 12:30 p m.. Prof. R. v.
Wrle-ht, fniprlntenrlent. Epworth h-mrn
nt C:30 p. m., S. C. Turner, pr-sld -nt.
i . a. r. .s-ieerts: V. c, W. Fits
f.. a. ureen!i:m: K. of R. and
S . A. A. Clevv-lan,; j. of K j rln
ton: M. of F jajl. Hare; M. of W
t . .
. nurns: m. at A.. W. C. A. Pohl
i. '. James Hnnsen: O. O.. W. I. Me.
irusree for three yenrs. .fans
Owing to the pressure of work for the
b;.r lugs, the barg. loir of anchors
..1..1.. , .I.. ....
iiauBt aiiu in.emrifry lor lisrff In nryll'ri
the Potrlmiis wis not towed to North
hetieh yiwtcnlwy. It Is exited to get the
Ixirge round tomorrow or n-rt day w hen
the work of placing fhe machinery und
npparatus in position will commence at
'"I'lfins oi '.iT.i5!,-iiion rip- cvr-
or, -orr f,n gi rms. We ne H v.
ami r-nsien Park. ..f I ta'izinp turner to Bu.-,in us. r.rne i
mem and ex;eri"nee jlrit to pure whls
key. Primitive men did n't nee) wins
key. tVe do. Caunaed conditions bring
freXh Ti't-Af. And THE whiskey IM IIAR.
PER. Bold by Forntl & Stoke. Company,
the Salvation Army, will conduct feiieciil
meetings Uhe Sailvntlnn Army bull. Rat.
ord'iy and Snn!ay next Coffey and cake
will b? served the flrnt night. Some thine
very interesting will take plan-- on Sunday
night, when a baby w:d! be given away.
Everybody Is Invited.
Schillings Best bakimr pow
der is soda and cream of tartar
and nothing else.
Oh yes lots of know-how;
and that's the main point after
A Schilling St ("nripanr
It tran-plrcd last n itiri t Ih-ii. 'he two
Japanese pnssengtrs on the sfr-uner Mo.
crul. who were refu-ed a Innding In Port
land, aJid wtre ordered returned to J,i.
pan, esc,ip-d from tlh V's-1 while he
was conllng at Flavcl. The Mog il s--tlled
Wednesday without t'nem The c,,ie.-inr
says th.nt It ;. uncen.tln wheth.
er the men escaped or no'. They were
seen on board three hours before the ship
soiled. When the lines were being cast
off, as Is usual, the crew was rounded
up "r.i these men were mining. N'0 one
saw them leave the ship, but they couid
not be found on board at that time, nor
have they been seen since the ship sailed, i
The funeral of K. G. Klye, who died
of typhoid fever In the Oood Samaritan
j,ai m. i-ortkirul aftr nn Illness of
tei days, took place from Coroner Pohle's
iind-rtaklng parlor and the n'malns
were Interred '.n Op. -an View cemttery.
King Kyle hud lived here ncirly nj his
life ajid was well known In this city.
He was ,dut 21 yenrs of age and his
parent r-ld- In L'pertown.
V. M. Neilson. of Cathlvme'. was a
posneer 'rm Junei) on th. Elder. He
went up on the last trip of the Eld-r and
took with him a sklnT. but on landing It
-i j.irie.m. tne gale that was blowing
k l: off the lo-k and cam-l i, 0,it
in the bny. lr. N)on was allowed the
freight he p,,u on ,hP ,klf an, a Uff,
po.-w.-ige home. He Intends to return
..v,, ,iB nc m.iKes projxr ;ir-
Th.- American terk Oakland. Captain
i.rtwiey, whh-h arrived lite Thurtay,
37 days from Snn pMlro. had n long but
UTiev'-nfful vi.yage. The captain says he
was thr-e days ?-ttliig out of the S-inta
I'-Tbar.-i etiiinnel. and m-t with light
northerly winds until he struck the recent
milt) off Cape P.lanco. This he weathered
safely, running before It under a lower
topsail. He lay off the mouth of the Col
umbia four days waiting for a tg.
A hobo from Portland, giving the rmme
of John Edwards, arrived down on the
lj.-it yist.-rlrty morning ar.l as soon as
h land.,1 started at once on his round
of beg irlng. IIt sit..-!lranee was cb-anly,
but he had a woeful tale to 'tll. Sickness
and misfortune had ov-ftaken blm and
he came h-r ralce enough money to
l-'iku him to a more oongenLal eimta.te.
He pro-luce.) a handful of dime and
Tllck-JS. eviI.,,,y wtlt h(. nH(, ,,,
sine.-, he rnm-- to town. Chb-f H.i'loek
rounded him up on Exchange street,
Where he crmght blm In the act of beg.
The "pink ten" gl.n by th I. idles of
lite M.ithisllst KplMul ,-tiun-h list
niitnt was one of the snobil su vvsses of
the season. The .itlemlaivv wis kirge
ami the eilt'sts were delightfully enter,
l.iliirtl. In the i-.ikt.-r of the l.irite rvm.
whlih lnul I.mi cbMrisI of the s.nts, was
the circuLr tentable benei:h i pink
Egyptian canopy suspended from the
ch.uiiialltir. From th -nnofiv to the t.iivi
ektemteil striiw of br.M.1 pink nblmn. The
laoitx'inin. nnpklns and ninny of the
dishes were pink. The waiters were hand
some little girls in pink, and entertwlned
with the decorations of ivy and ever,
sreen wure pink Winner. Everything
was pink, even to the Jninin.se itmh-N-Uis
which siirnioiint.-il pillars of ever,
srii'n. and the gentlemen's hln fronts,
and Uidles' rlblxms and Wniiuet. The
Rev Mr. Holllnrh.u ,ni, ia w-fe were
Indefatigable In their efforts to make nil
ttielr guests feel ut Wnne nnd have a
pleasant evening. An iimuslng and InliT.
estlng prKramme was rendered In the
early part of the ewnlng Mrs. drntke
:ind Miss F.mma llueey wing very ef.
rwtiveiy "ure a Ur-'im Is O'er;" Miss
Ciirte Hosarth rendtl an Instrumental
solo: Miss Itelle Whldby sang a S.;oh
ballad. In the nail driving contest by
the ladles Mm. !lox.irth. MNs llo.irlh
iuxl Mrs. Freem.ui wet the winners.
Mr.'. Frvnuui securing 'the rlse for Imi.
mnktng. In the button sewing cont.st by
the gentbm..n. Vr. Itjtll. Mr. rt.is.irth und
Mr. Hurt were the winners. D- rtull tnk.
Ing the prise, the b) ni.i.U- by the l.ulles.
The la.Kes' rlie w.is the 'mtch with but.
tons nxule by Dr. 1'miII.
I V Xli
Knitting Silk, nil coloi, per shI.k'
Hllk, nil colors, per
Rope KmbiMl.lcry iik. pr skein... o
Cliliwi silk, nil colors, for f ivm y
work. er yrl
MtUlliel CkolllKM. eilih aV
Children's Colored l-mbr.ldeid Hllk
lulll.it Silk Handkerchiefs.
Io Il.s' Knih-y timers, tn.r pnlr....lSc
Velvet Uitiy Itil.tioti, nil elunbn, per
AM St Ik lUby
pY yi.nl . . .
KlbtsMI, ll similes.
Htcel or Hone Cn'twt lbteks, e.ich.Jc
nnlshli.g Hriil, tmr Wilt iii
Vulen.-e Iote. H-r iirl .. Ic and Jc
!-un-y It.ukels, In all i-olors. oich.lJo
II to P
HlNskJ ml of Uullsa' Kid Ulovus,
In black, w litle ami colors, II W
Uulhw FiHitW-r lki
all wool Ku'l Skirts
Isidliv' nJI-w.. Sinulera, .idi,.l.:s
Unties' rlbbrsl Austinllnn wool Vest
I or 1'aina, nudi..., 7f
laidlea' l.li.si Culbirs, meh 0
Aprons, en,-h ... ,V to l M
"Ilk a ml
....I.'hi lo i:.oo
Infants' mwl t'lwblren's iVm's, ivioh
II nil lo f. 00
I. idles' Hells. ,.a,. ).
I villcs' I'lusli and Cloth (V(ns. up
up from . . . .
Our IUIiWmi atoi k l iHimplelA with
ad 1hiis ami srkllbs; ibnper tlwn
Kmhroldory Hoops. mir So
ljwUes' iuiiI t'lilldrnn's M.M'klu.
i toshes, from I.M tu 7.S0
l.ulln' mid t'hlldrrn's t'mbrrlln,
from l) in u SO
li'e Ciiimlns, .ur, up fnm Wo
t'lu'hlHn Tulila (Niwrs, cstoli TSo
Tuble Lliimi, )-nnl, ih from ISO
All IJlien Napkins, gisst lio.doi l 04
A fltw tunre teil agirenil fur TJo
Ssi our rttw Una of (Jaiu ttinl rt(iir
lna (bfc.. juat the thing for a
t'hrl SHIMS iH-raent.
Men's Treks or IViur In.ltand Tl.
up fnm ij
Mvn' Hutieiidor, Ur 15 lo 75o
Men's I'ii.I. i viear, still JOn to 3 (0
lUiys' all.w-isil Swmlmst, rt,-( nta
Hoys' suits, from
Men's ll.lls. IriHil.
Men's ali.wis4 1'iuits ...
7V to I.V0O
Mo to t3M
Mnn's H it, tir So to rn
The Only Store That Sells Cheap
Yesterday wus a busy day In slipping
cln-les. the prlneliwl events W-Ing the
arrival of the steamer Oisinte W. Filler
from Skagway ami the sv.mmer Planch,
ani fmm Copp.T river. The nd -r's (Mis.
senger list 5nclu,l.d some flftivn people
W-sides sei-er.il Chinam-n. Mr. J. H.
Inw. of Vlrgml.i, Is on his way home
to spend the winter. He Is nt the bond
of a party of seven who are now al the
summit of White Pass .iwuitlng the free.
ing of the lak-s suffl -luitlv lo admit their
sledding across the Yukon. Iiw will re.
turn In March and overtake his iwtiy
or Join them in Paw-son. He iys lh
rtoies sent out ubout Skagway are -ry
kirgi.-y false. August 3 he arrived there
and foiHul but onw house In the town
now there are five hundred. The only
trouble with the Skagwuy trill Is that
mere was too great a rush over It at
the !erinnlng. They an now bu'ldlng
i wngon road up throuh the canyon to
ths summil along si.le. of rhe mountnln.
The nnd and the tmmway will !. n-ady
for use In the uprlng. Ij'ea is a W-tter
sumnw-r route at present than Skagwny,
but Skagway Is the '-omlng town, and Is
already doing a lively business. Uiw was
preentei frsn getting ithrough this fall
le-ause a man named Johnson, who con.
tnicted to ik-Uver his gooils ami hir
from VbKorla ly .he sr-im,.r itrlslo!
failcs! to keeji his contract and part of his
supplies are still urnMivered. Uiw has
brought suit in Victoria for ten thousand
dollars ikimigea. Th'-re is no snow or
Ice at Dyea or Skagway. but th-re Is
plenty of snow on the moumtnns and
lee Is forming In the rivers. Wmther Is
W'tter thsm In fregon. Oold Is reported
as lslng found In pbwer mines nenr Iike
Ilennett. The Kkler brought two hundred
tons of eri.l from Nnnulmo for Astoria,
and two hundred Ions for Portland. Hhe
hn1 a very smooth trip down and has
orders to return oarly In December. A
party of A-UorVans r-turnrd from Kll
llsnoo, Alaska, ami n-porl Inning put
up thirty thoumnd barn-Is of h. rrlng
UNUtRnltOWN l(asoM4l MANAIrMfNT
MSHER'S OPERA HOISC...
I. K HKI.KI
b'ui suit M imager
Monday, Nov. 22
Alxisll l lsbl
C. II. Orkwltz
iu M Asr
I'llres rul In loo.
The In Irs t - III ptlellMu by trlepluuie.
I'riilure uf all leututi-- II) pnotlc IsiIIiniii
Wllnisu the bypiiiilli-nl ti-sla A W-aiitlhil
llli-llliil pill) , slliiw lug tln Killer Hi tllllnl liter
Nniii-e the iiii niiil and moral
by Ii) pmill.iu The grrul iiiuriler Irlul. run
A. V. ALU-N
tinx t rifM, I'Veil, Fruits,
Vci lulilcx, (Vik kt-ry,
Cor.Tanlh and Commsrolal street.
rtarble anil (Jranll
inMorr a mina,
I.' l K M or i im st , lonunif , or
A I.I. KISIM OK fK.il KTfHV WtilK..
i.e ti'-f irnony of Dm. Fulton and
I ln-en tak'-n eit th" e-oroner
Inipjet yi-sler.!y .jn ,.. Ht-infr case,
'he jary Irro'ij'bt Ir, -th., following verdlet:
"Tl-,. i , , . .
wo- iiii.-riL-neii jurors, sworn to
enuuire Into n,e death of Mary Hump,
o oiu-n no nnu that she ami. to her
leath on the 2nh dny of ?ovemW-r, 1W,
i.t Heas.de. riatsop '-oimty, Or-gon
tnrougn Hhe criminal e.-,releneHS of the
attending phyean, Jol)n fitelner. In re
moving vital parts of the W.dy of sn,I
Mmy Lump, nr,d we r-harge the said John
Rt-lner wirh the erimc of nvi.nskiughter.
r'. H. Outiderson, forem-an, C. A. Mathena,
Itiil F Dowers, Al-x Tfolmnn, M. I. Par.
ham. F. J. Gamble." Dr. Ft-iner Is con.
fined In fh county Jail to aw'alt the
aeon of the grand Jury at the February
t'-rm of the- elreult court.
The steamer Tilanchanl. wbleh arrived
yesterday direct from Copper river,
1rings a tale of woe. Both Capt. Worner
L'.VTIIj FirflTHKIt NOTICR.
l)r. Darrln, who tuts sn with us for
the purt 'three monihs, win remain at
Ifll Bond St., Astoria, until further- notice.
All those who wish to consult him should
do so at once. AH chronic diseases wrlth
suc-em. Offlco hours 9 a. m. to p. m.
The poop treated free, except medicine.
DVSMCr.HIA AND IN'DIOKSTION
Mr. flltor:Fr over six years I have
Iti a ifre.it sufferer from bcuih i.nul
hronlc dyntx-THa and Indigestion. T
enme to Dr. Darrln and have taken his
treatment, and consider mysolf entirely
cured. I fed v-ry thankful fur the cure
and am only too glad to recommend Dr.
Dnrrln's treatr..en) to Iho nmicto! pi,
He. Can be ref erred to.
MRS. AMANDA HA ROM).
Astoria, NovemW 23.
Offleo hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
sisiinn hi jiiiiiie, jiirv. uiw yers, iirtii-ti r.
airlers, etc. Hi-linllrir. aniusliiK I list r ln-l 1 e.
Km k linilklllg test tnyalllli s llle i-lrlitlsls
( bin Inml Imml will iimke you natr
Invisitlsatr; inedltute; think and liiugb as
Ailmluliiti- Itvservi'd seats, and .VS-: gal ' ,
!.! siilr iiH'iis Hoturdny inurnlng at lirlljlu
A Heiil s.
... e,,l; ,'Oriental Novelties
M'l Oinnicroinl Nlrei't
Next lo Msilison'a ClKr Ktanc
In Button and Lace.
Our goods are warranted.
Astoria Electric Supply Co.
Silk Tiuicy (mukIn
l ine DcconttcJ (Unaware
On June in wheat sold at 3V,e. It has
since sold at 11.03'. Difference, Xfc
or n.975 on 10.000 bushels. J100 would have
made this amount by our system of Joint
Investment accounts since Juno 2K. Why
not try this system and Increase your
Income? Amounts of J20 and upwards
Our Infcr'iuillon Is of such a character
and from such source as to make II en
tirely reliable. Write for particulars. J,
O. Knowlton & Co., grain brokers, 302
California street, Ban Francisco.
Rlohard Nliss Chester V, Dolph.
WiM'il & NIXON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, It. 2$, 24 and n
Hamilton Building. All legal and col
lection busln ss promptly attended ts
Claims against the government a spe
slalty. DR. JAY TUTTLE,
PHYBICIAN AND BUIIGEON
Office, rooms 6 and 6, Pythian bujldg
631's Commercial St, Residence uma
Acting assistant surgeon U. S. Ma
rlne hoHpltal service.
Hihm-IiiI Attention given to nil orders fur any
utile of liilles' Wmps mid Uuilurwiiir, guar
anteed perfect fit.
CHAS. KAN & CO.
367 Commercial St-
Portland Savings Bank Bldg.
U. A. SMITH.
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building
over C. H. Cooper's store.
J. Q. A. BOWLBT,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Office on Bond street. Astoria, Or
H. T. CKOHfiT.
48 Commercial street
TEMPLE LODOB NO. 7. A. F. asi
A. M. Regular communications held on
th first and third Tuesday svenlDs at
O. W. LOUN8BERRT, W. M.
E. C. HOLDEN, Secretary.
Front Street, foot of Fourth, Astoria,
AND BOILER MAKERS
I.ond and Murine Eogjliu s, lioller Work,
Stotunbout and Caonery Work a sue.
olalty. Castings of all dasorlptlona
made to order on short noiloe.
John Fox., President and Superintendent
A. L. Fox vioe President
n Tl Uri 1 .
Astoria Savings Rank Treasurer
A complete stock of lumber on baud
In the rough or dressed. Flooring, ma-
tic, celling and all kinds of finish; mold
ings and shingles. Terms reasonable
and prices at bedrock. All orders
promptly attended to. Ofllca and yard
at mill. H F L. LOO AN,
Seaside, Oregon. Proprietor.
WIRING & REPAIRING.
,SNAP A KODAK.
at any man oonitug out 0
our store and you'll get
portrait of a man brlininlna,
over with pleasant thoughts.
Huoh quality In the liquors
are bave to offer are enough to
please any inaa.
COMff AND THY TIIKMt
HU0HES & CO
J. B. WYATT,
Phene No. 6 Astoria, Oragsat
PAINT and OILH.
Special Attention Paid to Supplying Bk Ips
DR. O. B. EBTES,
PHYSICIAN AND BUROHON.
Special attention to diseases of worn
Ofllca over Danslger's stors. Astoria, j
Telephone No. U.
Iron anil Steel
Groceries anil Provisions
Hour 11 nil Mill I'ecd
Paints, Oils and Varnishes
Doors and Windows
Wagons and Vehicles.