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THK 1)A1LY ASTOitlAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1U7.
Brought to tbt City
Ladles' He.vy Beal Bl
Ladies' Heavy Calf Bal.
Isullea Heavy CYack-Froof Calf Bat
COLUMBIA SHOE COMPANY
S3 COMMERCIAL STREET.
y.TJV NOTHING BETTER
COLUMBIA SHOE COMPANY
Fair weather; cxtler.
A thankful heart
Doth ihceoc aweet Impart
'About ttoa life It Uvea.
F. W. Hltt.
Try Schilling's Best tea ul baking powdsx.
Jim Laws' air-tights continue to be the
E. A. DE TO IS AGENT FOR SODA
Hot Scotch and hot Tool and Jerry
at the Offloa.
WANT A II BIKE? CHEW SODA
The choicest candles and nuts can be
found at the Parlor.
LAMBS WOOL SLIPPER SOLES,
CENTS, AT DUNBAR'S.
The seaside box factory will commence
operation about December 15th.
For real life-like and artistic photos,
call on Snodgrasa, th. fotografer.
H. B. Dyer, the railroad contractor of
Portland, -was In the cKy yesterday.
WDltam Anderson and John Junrtila, of
Deep river, were In the city yesterday.
Umbrellas ooTered and repaired by a
practical workman, at US Ninth street.
At the A. T. C. alleys yesterday Mrs.
Ingalls scored S3, and E. W. Crosby 50.
CHILDREN'S WOOLEN MITTENS,
15 CENTS PEK PAIR, AT DUNBAR'S.
Beacon No. 1, on the upper bay, was
carried away by the koto on Sunday
Tou cm always find the best cream-ry
butter and sweet, fresh cream at the
Martin Foard left rart night for Alaska
to look out for bis business Interest at
Frank Hunt. A. & C. R. R. ; H.
Orchard. James Gibson, R. D. Jones,
Portland; are registered at the Parker
Reports from the front yesterday wf re
to the effect that the sand being used for
balast on the track has proved very effi
cient for the purpose.
The sale and supper In preparation by
the Ladies' Guild of Grace Episcopal
church will open at 5:30 p. m., on Thurs
day, December 2, In the store room for
merly occupied by the late M. C. Crosby.
Word was received yesterday that Mrs.
Anna Bentloy Lewie, df Saginaw, Mich.,
the grandmother of Mr. E. C. LeHeis, ef
this city, had attained the age of 100
ytars and held a large reception on that
6. Schmidt, Ben Slnsheimer, Leonard
C. Jones, Portland; J. D. Frey, T. L.
Lillis, R. Rmmbauph, San Francisco; 8.
E. Pier, Duluth; A! Fonsythe. St Louis;
Geo. D. Sutherland, Walla Walla; J. L.
Weatherbe, Clifton, are registered at the
There was a meeting iMonday In Port
land of Columbia river cannerymen, rela
tive to the formation of all canneries on
the river Into a combine similar that in
Alaska and BrftWh Columbia. It Is not
known iwhat the results 'ft the negotia
tions will be.
Mayor Taylor yestt-rday xUn'-il 'he or
dinance providing for the improvemT
of Eh,-hth Street from Grand avenue to
Niagara avenue, and from Nlagira ave
nue to Seventh street, and from Seventh
street to Bay avenuo In the city of As
toria. It You
save ten or twenty cents on a
" cheap " baking powder and
spoil most of your cake, how
much do you save on the-cab; ?
Your money back if y.;u
don't like Schillings Best it
ASch"1i..rr &C.m.',ur " ' ' ,
b4n I - k v u V c ".'
Everbovly Is talking- home Industry.
TO WEAR DIAMONDS CHEW SODA
Groceries at tha lowest prices at the
Pacific Grocery Co.
FOR YOUR STOMACH'S SAKE
CHEW SODA MINT.
Bicycle and repair hop at IB Ninth
street. Charges reasonable.
LADIES' CASHMERE GLOVES.
CENTS. AT DUNBAR'S.
The Parlor has ioelved a full line of
Xmss roods. Coll and see.
LADIES' SILK MITTENS, CENTS
TO . AT DUNBAR'S.
Mrs. J. H. Manier, of Warrenlon. was
visiting In the city yesterday.
8. E. Pier, of the Marshall Wells H.rd
ware Company, Duluth, ts In the city.
Ask for saVpte of Chase Sanborn's
famous teas, at Ross, Hiirr.ns Co.'s,
Our prices are the lowest In tho Mty.
Call and s. us. Pa cine Grocery Ox
B. A. Seaborg arrive! down from Port
land yesterday, returning In the evening.
The ehlp Potrlmpos on North Beaoh yes
terday moved two and one-half fee near
er the ocean.
Andrew Tounjr. of Your' river, anj
Peter Tonge, of Chinook, were in the city
R. Bnnr.haueh. of Dunham. Carrtean &
Co.. of San Franclrco, arrived In the city
P. J. Meany. the leading merchant
tailor, 1J7 Tenth St The highest price
paid for fur skdna.
President T. H. Curtis, of the North
west Construction Company, h-w gone
east on a business trip.
The first Assembly dance of the season
will be given Friday evening, December
10. at Foard & 6tokea' bull.
Mr. Strahal and Mr. Wise, of Ewaeo,
were In the city yesterday and left fcr
Portland on the night boat.
Dry fir slsb wood for sale. Astoria
Land A Investment Co., Commercial and
Eighth streets. Teielphone 99.
New crop dried fruits, new crop raisins,
figs and assorted nuts ail extxra fine
quality, at Ross, Hlggins A Co.
The United States paymaster In the
revenue cutter service will be In Astoria
In a fow days to pay off the Perry.
C. O. Palmberg. the leading contractor
and builder. Is prepared to do all kinds
of Jobbing and building work; lS Duane
It Is asserted that a well known Italian
citizen, for his Sunday dinner, got away
with an entire box of maccaronl all by
Plum pudding, cranberries, sweet cider
and a large line of other seasonable
staple and fancy groceries at Roes, Hlg
gins & Co.
Last lap of the year Is hre. Soon
Christmas festivities will usher the old
ytr Into past history, and lf8 will begin
a new record.
Judge John T- Lighter left las rigtit for
LaCrosse, Wta, to attend to the settle
ment of the esta.te of the father of Mrs.
George W. Sanborn.
A novelty brought over from J ipan on
the steamer Hyson was a package of
note paper made of thin wood shavings,
with envelopes to match.
As the British bark Drumcralg dropped
anchor yesterday In front of the O. R.
4 N. dock the ain snapped close to the
ring bolt and the anchor wai lost over
board. NOTICE: Th public shouM rem-m-ber
that there Is but one original, alr
rlghth. Queen heater In the market, and
that Fisher Bros, are th exclusive Ao
FOR RENT One three-room house op
posie court house, tlO pr month; and
one two-room house furnished for light
housekeeping, 3T7 Comm'-rr-I.i! street, $10
per month. Apply 355 Commercial t.
Miss Tuttle, John Seymour, Captain
Campbell, F. D. Kuettner and wife, Jacob
Kahn, Peter Grant and L. A. Loomls, of
Uwaeo, were passengers on the Thomp
son down from Portland yestee.jay morn
ing. A gentleman up from Tillamook yester
day said that they were riding out
on the country roads about that
city on Sundays, while he found here he
could not even walk about the el'y with
Largest and most complete assortment
of air-tight heaters In the. c;ty. All the
kinds advertised In this paper may be
seen and compared at our store, then
your selection will be satisfactory to you.
Foard & 8tokes Co.
No amount of aire. i,r storing v.lI make
had whiskey (rood. It must he jroort
whf.n made and must ston-d in wood
and not In m":.'il. f'yn: N!- Old
Rourbon Whiskey Is stored in o;ik wood
barrels. This rlrve.i3 its flivor and
tonic rroix-rt !es. These, flavors, make It
delicious In wktalls It Is th only
Amerle-m Whiskey of Intematlonnl repu
tation. Gr-orse Bartl'-y yesterday r'-r-iv. 1 a fish
from the life-saving cnw at Fo.-t C-inby
that no one seros to recognize. Some
pronounced it a devil fish and others are
certain it Is an octopus. At any rate It
Is about as repulrfve a looking spe Imen
as one could wish to look et. It Is about
three feet long and of a dark brow n co;-ir
Its girth is probably ten or twelve Inches
and from the tall to the gills vary but
little In elze. The head is atached to the
body with a sort of snivel,. and Uit mouth
Is lild beneath a clump of Untacles about
a foot long.
Miss Kate Anderson's kiss by the burn
ing of her eatd cottars, wws paid yes
terday In ful-W-' Agent J. W, Welch.
The Rev. Dr. O. W. Williams, formerly
a Congregation pa.st.vr In California and
recency In the ttptsropal ch in Ore-
gon City, was on Sunday ordained a dea
con In St. David's church In Portland by
A. Munvlt, the sailor who Ml frim the
tipper topra yard of the r.rltlsh ship
Wasdale off the mouth of the Coluntbli
shortly beore her arrival here on We
25th, sustaining serious Injuries, Is slliiht
ly Improved at St. 'Mar'" hospital.
The discission of politics and local n.
atra on the streets yesterday were very
mild; in fact. the. desultory tAlk could
hardly te called a discussion. There was
little s.ieli as to the prospects of th
various candidate. It Is tvrflcved that In
teres! will be enlivened the latter p.irt of
Much to the regret of water front men
the pilot schooner Jessie was thrown out
of commtoslon ye.terlvj- by the action of
th pHota" association. .If.reafter there
will be but ons. schooner, the San Jose,
in service. It Is understood ttiat the tugs
will also carry pilots when necc-asry-for
a considers! hn.
Shares of toe Alaska Transportation
anl Povrtopntent Company of Chicago
are the mot deslmbte Investment In-fore
the puNlc. Safer than savlnirs tanks and
br,nk stock. Paying large dividends
Shares one dollar. For Information nil
drees W. L. Dihi'ey. generot asvnt. Ha!
ler building, Seattle. Wash.
Secretary Holden of the chamber of
commerce, yeMerday transmitted t.i the
chamber of commerce of I'ortland a map
of the Columbia, river drawn by Eniriner
Tee. showing the location of the proposed
j rang llrtrts. A letter accompanied th
I plat explaining the situation and asking
j for the co-operation of Portland In the
The dangers of clvf laatkm up- ever,
work, worry and germs. We need a vl.
ttUising power to sustain us. I.mrne-I
i men and experience point to pure whis
key. Primitive men did not need whis
key. We do. Clmngcd ovnditlons bring
fresh needs. Atxl THE whl.key Is HAR
PER. Sold by Fonrd & Stokes Company,
The L&dlerf Society of the MethodUt
4auvh have arranged ror a nimih--r of
beautifully dressed dolls for Lhelr baaaae,
to be given Vvcember 10. Do not buy
ycair Christmas dull until you have seen
thew There will also be a variety of
articles) suitable for Chri.tmas gifts f.T
the older people. Do not fall to attend
this sale of Christmus novelties.
Preparations Being Made for the Annunl
Service by Qulnlln Lodge, n. P. O.B.
As the Order of Elks throughout the
United States will on next Sumlav hold
its memorial service, in honor of the de
parted brethren, so Quinlin lodge will open
Its doors to the public, whl-h Is Invited
to participate in its services on that oc
casion. More than an ordlnirv service will be
that of Sunday nlfihtThe best of foreljn
and local musical talem has been en
gaged ami the addrvea premise to be
of unusual Interest. 7tie Octette chor of
home musicians "will render the anthem,
while the solo. "Ave Marl." by Miss
Marie J. Vetguth, will be one of the fea
tures of thw ef.-enln?. Mr. Theodore
Frederlckson, the violinist, Mi.la.no Th.
Olson, the pianfcrt, and Mrs. Ft. T. Crosby,
the organist, srlll acccenpnjiy Miss Vet
guth. Mrs. Crosby, as a musical director,
needs no Imro-lu-'tlm to Astoria audi
ence. Following Is the program:
Organ, Allegretto ("th symphony)..
Mrs. H. T. Crosby.
Opening exercises of the lodife.
Anthem, "The Lord Is In His Holy
Octette Choir Sopranos, Miss Gus
sie Cray, lltus Gene LesvU; altos, Mrs.
Carrie KragT, Miss Miry 1'tzlnger;
tenors. Mr. J. R. A. Bennrtt, Mr. B.
D. Johnson; baseos Mr. E. T. Carr,
Mr, R. J. Howell, Mr. Tn-- McKenn.
Opening ode, "Great Rul'T of the
Universe,'1 air "Auld Lang Syne"
Prayer F-ro. A. J. M"Vler. chaplain
Ending with chant, "T'le Lord's
"Ave 'Maria" Bach-Gounod
Miss Marie J. VHguth.
Violini solo. air. Th. Fnlrl kson;
piano, Mns. Th. Oisen; organ, Mr.
H. T. Crosby.
Anthem, "The Night Hath a Thou
sand Eyes" E. Nevln
Violin oWlgato, Mr. Th. Fredrrrlck
on; Octette olr.
Address Bro. J. M. Hughes
Solo. "Glory to God's Eternal King"
Miss Marie J. Velguth.
Bro. 3. E. Younir.
"The Stars In Heaven" RhHnbrrger
Closing ceremor e f the lodge.
Hymn "Art Thou Weary?"
Closing prayer. .Bro. A.J.Metrler, chaplain
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Dr. Darrln, who luu U-e-n wl'h us for
the: post ithre; m'nths, will remain at
i!l Bond St., As'.ori;i, until further notice.
AH thort who wish to mnsuit Ii m shotiM
do so at once. Ail chronic (liseanes with
suc?en. Office liour 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
The po" treated free, except medicines.
DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTION
Mr. Editor: For over six years I hive
bwn a tfre.it sufferer from acute, rind
chronic dyspepsia and Indigestion. I
came to Dr. Darrln and have taken his
treatment, amd consider myself entirely
cured. I fe.-i v--ry thankful for the cure
vnA am only too glad to revmm-nd Dr.
Darrln's treatrrnt ito the afflicted pub
lic. Can' be referred to.
-..MRS. AMANDA HAROLD.
Astoria, November, ft ) ,.
Offlee hours, 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.
FOR ASTORIA'S ADVANTAGE.
Meeting Clllietis HeM YMterday After
noon at) Interesting Ot
An adjourned meetir m the rltti'Mv's
convention, having for Its principal object
tho Intelligent advertising of Astoria' re
sources ami the tremendous inngrs In
her tHudneMS, alomt to lake placs, wait
held y"tervky nftrnoon Itv the Cham.
I cr iV vvnmvrce iau,
pho Avntmems nwde by iVmlrmai
Klnno)' rw'lvtd ami aiprvv'd
folUms: OvMimirttee n finance, J. O.
Hanthorn, Frank It Stokv. W. 1. Hobh,
.1. K. HtgvjIiM sn.t Harrison Allen; exee
utlve conunittee. W. tl. Gos-lln C U,
Thompson and II. G. Van Dusrn. Samviil
Elmore wus appoinliil to represent As-
torla befevre othr cities. The other two
mentens are to le uHlntcd by the As
toria 1vrrwa,iv CisiKmercisi AssocU.
tlon and The Chamler of (VwnercA
-UKV'clsKvns wer.v n'nde that the first
nwv of th finance conmlttee ehould lie
ralltng isf a innm mei'tlng at Fisher's
opera house, where good tenk-rs and
gvxvl mimic should lw furnished for the
evening's entertainment, and an oppor
tunity b given the cltlseim of uborm-
Ing to the advertising fund bire. break
lug in' the mecti!g. It Is cert tin that
both the band of the city will rome bv
the fnvnt um they did In the Inst snce of the
Prvrve association, and It Is e-tutlle
certain t'hat tv charge will he mad- for
th opera house for this purpose, pert-
hind and .in Frnnclsvo are -v-ikln to
the fact tftat Seattle gvve them the slip
In the race for AU.-ka bu.ilness, by Ju-
ill. 'Ions advertising. Met ween, twenty and
flftv th'unml rt-l'ars In cobi wns ptne.d
In tho h' i mis of Seattle's local papers
w ho wire given -rte blanche In the man-
iMCsm-nt of omestlc and foreign adver-
tlsltu. with the rvstilt that every little
town In the east knw abotrt Seattle,
where It Is. that It has .stcannf running
to Skagwuy and St. MU-h.tH. and thnt It
has stores whfcsh s--ll miners' outfit
IVrtland and R.m Frun -K-o hv caitv-tit
on to the modiis openmill, and prnpe
to profit by Senile' uperl.-roe. Astoria
Is fust In tltre to .-t Into th band wag-n,
iiikI with her prisjMMieil lrdep.-n.lent line
to Copper river, ami enioyluv th- pit v.
tl.vc of rhe O. ft f V. (Ax's viry lib
eral prop.mitlon to iucr.-itse Its SkaiTtt'ay
line to a five day service, atsl with the
possibility " having tlie i'rtni's San
Fr.inHsco-St.Mlcli.iel line of st--nniers call
In bere. A-sturia will to In ft. H it to reap
any benefit from her advantimes. -he must
let the world know w-hnt stie ran i t.
THK OH-PKN SPIKf;.
A traveling man down from Portland
yestiTd.iy vald that there had been a i."re.it
-hange In the sentiment In that Jlty In
reenrd to the Astoria riilmad proposition
"The majority of business men of Port
land, bankers, ommlsslon men and newsv
paper and rallrond men rxdlse Portland
and Astoria cunt work tog'-th.-r for the
Krentex gnoil to the grpato numlx-r In
Orewon. Omipeiltlon with S-.n Franclsc.
and the So'ind very sharp and In order
to put our commerce In this state at the
head where It belonirs, becauj of our on.
equaled harbor at the mouth of -he Col
umbla. It Is necessary to leive no stone
unturned to enpture the shipping of tihe
worhl. We ore now mnklng great otrld"
toward this end The loJed, (.'drilll .
R.-& X. Orlentnl steamship and transcon
tinental Hue, the Increased Skak'jriy s r
vlce. the proposed St. Ml. tia. I ami Yukon
river line, and the Atorla-Copp. r River
line, will be augmented and (iiadrupl-v
In effectiveness by the comple-tloi f h
Astoria-Portland railroad. The Portland
chnm1- of Commerce Is working heart
ily to bring nbngt the establishment of
rani;., lights at the mouth of the foliim
Ws river, as w.ll as the building there
of a dry dork, naval station and qirar
antlne station. Astoria: Is working for
these objects also, ami success fur ore.n
can be the only retwilt. TVe are anxl.m
awaiting to attend the ceremony t '
driving of 'the golden spike on your tall
rood, which we understand win w-cur
sometime in January. Our tnbcnrea men.
nnwNpuper rnen ami rallrond men will be
ASTV JHr. S'II.X)I, op HfGGKSTIVK
F.atilt-r.e.1 for the Treatment of all
Functional N' .rvous IHseas.
NKl'RALfrlA and RHBTMATISM,
Asthma, Otwtlnat,. Const lp.it b,:i, Dyspep.
sla, Headache. Insomnia, M'4anchiHln.
MentsruaJI and Sexunl Disorders, Nervous
Prostration, d'a-alytrts, Statmnorlng, St.
Vitus' Dance. Vicious Habits and DRUG
HABITS (tolncco, alcohol, miirphlne and
cocaine), Biirc-M.fully treated.
W. I. HOWARD,
FULL OF SPBCCLATfO.V.
Kvery other man In Portlan.1 like his
roin-r merchant In Astoria. I. sneeniot
Ing on the quantity, character and profit
of the trade whh Alaski n..t
The Portland man in congratulating him
self that this ewly In the game, and wtth.
out apparent Immediate. nmnnil.
and much to Ihe surprise, of the most
conservative amongst them, thev tiuv.
ben given a line of magnificent steamnt
to Hkagway, with a five day, service. As
iwna.Tis nave o-n eoim v ,.r..rlu,..i
the. establishment of the Copper rlvsJr
line to operait.i from here. With KhA
petlng lines from 'Frisco, and with atiAw
imo Trom I'ortlann to St. Michael, the
wins heads In, business while very anx
ious to extond then- commerce, are In
clined to look a little bit Into the future,
to see wherei they are rolnr tn art -w
They aldmlt that If everything works right
norland e-nd Astoria wnl get their share
of the tremendous traffic alreadv sjwurivl
with Alaska next season. The only thing
to (fiinrl ai-alnsf, as they look ot It, I
to lie fiia!ly :m certain tihat the Oregon
cities (.-o ait It right
On June 20 wheat sold at CTHc It has
slnre sold at SI.U. Difference, 39c,
or V. iT5 on 10,000 bushels. 1100 would have
made this amount by our system of Join!
Investment accounts since June 24. Why
not try this system and Increase your
Income? Amounts of J30 and upwards
Our Information Is of such a character
and from such source as to make It en
tirely reliable. Write for particulars, 'j.
G. Know(ion & Co., grain brokers, 302
California street, Ban Francisco.
Knitting Silk, all cohn-s, per siwk4.6o
Knrfvroidery Hllk. ll cvirs, jr
Ropo Kmhrvvldvry Silk, per keln-...lo
Oidnit Silk, all colors, for tvY
mnk, r yartl
M I I
St.unped 1-llles, each H
CtilMrwii's Colored Knibroldervd Hllk
Men's Initial Silk Handkerchiefs.
Idle' Fancy Ootnrr. per pair. ...ISO
Velvet lUby Hll'tsm. all Jitd., per
AB-Sllk Baby Ribbon, sll strides,
ler yt.nl ,0
Steel or Rone Cns lw-t Hoi ks, a.-h.ic
Finishing RraM, p-r ts'.t o
Valence Iaces, i r y.irl... Ic ami So
Fancy ll.tket, In all colors, each. I Jo
ladles' S-sira:e Skirts,
,,.,,-t, II ri to IS
TIIKY IUDIOTLK IT-
Many I'rsiplc Ridicule the Idea of an Ab
solute Cure fur I'v srnl4 anl
RHIt ule. Il.twi v.sr, Is Nut Argument, and
Facts An- HH -hbrn Thing
Stimiac troutil-s are so comm.in ami in
many cases no ttftlnnle to cure that eo
ple are at to b'k with siuplclon on any
rsis-ly i l.iimltig to ts. a radical, perma
nent cure for dyspepsia ami UnllK'Wtlnn.
Many such prldn Uiem-lie on th4r
acuteness In nevir ts-nw h imtniKxe l. e.
perlafly on m'dlrlnes.
This fwr of be-lng hutnbuirxe.l may lie
carri'sl too far; so far. In fact, that many
persons sniffer f years with weik dle.
tlon rattier than risk little, time and
money In faithfully testl:ig ths .Inlms of
a preparation rHUible ar universally
isel ns Stuart's Dg"SiU T'J''"'-
N".w Stuart's Pyspi-j.nU TtilHets ars
vastly different In one Important respect
fnm nrdlnar)' icoprlrtary medlclnrs for
the. reiuvm that they are mg a secret pat
ent -nwslieme, no secret is mavle of their
Ingredients, but analysis show them to
contain the natural digestive f.rmenls,
ptirn iweptlc p-isln. the digestive acids,
Gnblen fleiit, bismuth, hydrastla ami mix.
The-y are not rathiu-tli-. neither do they
a.-t r"w,vff"Hy on any rrgan. but they
cure Indigestion on the common sense plan
of divesting the fol eaten promptly,
tboroiurhly before It has time lo ferment,
sour and c-ise the mischief. Tills Is ths
only srret m their sincess.
rathnrtlc pills never hr.ve at.d never
can euro indigestion nn'' stomach trouMei
Ix-caiMMi they act i.ntlrely tiKin the bowels,
whereas the whole trouble Is really In ths
Stuart's rvsp.ps!a Tablets, taken after
meals, digest the fo. il That Is all there
Is to It. Food not ilUvnted or half rll
gested Is poison as It creates v,n, acidity,
headaches, p ilpltation of Ihe h-art. loss
of flesh and nppi-tlii-, an.) many other
troubles which are often cnld by soma
They are sold by dnK-glst everywhere
at SO cents per package Address Stunrt
Co., Marshall, Mich., for book on stomach
diseases or ask your druuglst for It.
OHAXGB IN RATBS.
Kffeetlve December IS, tho west-hound
transcontinental tariff will show a change
In rnten allgjitly In excess of those now
In force. Tho prtnrtptil commodities af
fected are In th Iron echcdule, whl-h
has been raised from 5 to 20 cents per 109
pound In car load. lots. rhe alleles
where the most radloul ch amies In rates
will take place, are rlvots, she.t Iron,
ami steH pipe, plates, castings, chain,
Kffeetlve In a few days, the rate on
canned salmon, In car lots, all rail, to tha
Atlantic seaboard, will he 73 cents per
100 pounds. Instead 0f (S cents, the pres
ent rale by lake and rail, lake navigation
having closfil. It I anticipated that ths
Sunset route will also rnbw Its rate to
All members of Court A.storhi, No. S are
reqiKt, o he present at the regular
meeting, Thurslay evening, December 2,
at 7:30 sharp. ritislnoHH of Itnporlance.
C1TAS. RING, C, R.
G fjiin.li rson, Sc-relnry,
XOTrCF. TO l"'ON'TRA",TO;t3.
The commute.- on H'.ro ts and public
ways will rocolva bids at the -auditor's
'.fflce until Friday, Dvenihor 3, 13117. at 10
o'elo-k fyr linproviftii-fit of itirfKh street
from Grand nvemie !o Niagara avenue,
Xlngo.ru, avenue from Ninth tttreot to Sev
enth treet, and Seventh lr-t from UU
ngara avenue lo Ii ly aiv-'-nue. In accord
ance with pla.ns nnd Hpeclflcatloria now
on fllo with auditor a.nd police Judge and
ordinance governing same. The commit
tee reserves. th right TO re)t ttny"i MI'
bids. F. L, I'ARKER.
Chairmfrn Commute 6n SlreeTg'a'nS'Vuh.
lie Way. ; . V .
Astoria, Or., Dec. 1, i897. i
8hs'M swle (if Iudlcs Kid Ulovvs,
In Unck, wtvlto nod colors, r. II "
ldles' rVtttlwr IKWI DOO
lotllca' all-wool Knit Skirts,
wu It tl t
Idlo' avil-Wvsd Vvrruters, eo ill. . II Ml
Un lies' rlblnsl Atistmllsn wool Vest
or l'ams, esvoh , Itsv
ladles' IMjUX Collars, eaeli 10'
I wile' Apnms, och.,.. ,15o to II !t
Cld'alrwi's silk and wool Ho.sU.
ra.li l&o lo i:.w
Infants' atul Children's Cortes, each
lino to V'W
ladles' Ueit,. v.h..,.. ,...'...'..11.1
1.11 o' Plush and Cloth OHes, up
Ijtdlm' Coals, the latest styles,
up from 11!
Our lUUsvn stork Is complrta with
all shades and widths; cheaper tluin
KmbmUlery 1 loops. air 5"
Only Store That Sells Cheap
In Button and Lacs.
Our goods ars warranted.
Kw,a' Hahn & Co.
Silk Fancy ;mhIh
Hue IK-curiitcvl ClilnuvvHic
Hpeclul Attention given lit all orders for any
style of Ijtdlrs' Wmjis and l.'nilerwinr, guur
anti'ed IMTfcct fit.
CHAS- KAN & CO.
367 Comtnerclal St-
543 Commercial Street
Next to Madison's Cigar Htanf
A complets stock ot lumbar on band
In th rough or dressed. Flooring, rus
tic, calling and all kind of finish; mold
ings and shingle. Term reasonable
and prices at besrock. All orders
promptly attended to. Offle and yard
at mill. H F U LOOAN,
Beaaide, Oregon. Proprietor.
Room 317-318 :
Portland Saving Bank Bid,
WHITE COLLAR LINE
Coliimhlii River and I'ttget Hound Nuvlgn
Hon Co, .
... i.u..M..u i.ii.i-f" I.H.vpa Astirln
ni.-Hliier -f.t.n-.. ........... ,. .
dnllv, exeept Hiindiiy, 7 i. 111. I .raves I'ort,
IiiikI ilHlly,emv.l Hiiniluy, 7 m. 111.
"Illllley illlll'.lin lirania K'nm nil n.. ...... .
ll.U. lUuuumuu'' Ukei uoes.tr'maller
. -. ..'',r&aau. rrokitwuu.- -
E. A. Heeley, Ai!t Portlnwl.
t', W. Htono. AKent, Astoria.
Tolejihone No, II
Ijullcs' and I'hlUlion's Moklti.
toshes, from UN to tl.U
Ladlis' and Children's iimlrs,
frwm o to
Ie Cuts:aina, lair, up from Ito
Cliriilllo TnJ.ls Corsrs, wuh TVt
Twbls Linen, ywnl, tsp fnm..i Uo
All-Unen Napkins. god sits.dVil. H M
A fins Ware lw1 "ir"l fur 7o
Hew our fiiMi line of plain send flcurs!
ivm fl.Kta. Jinst th UiWig f.sf
t'lu-lstntas rsiit , i
i m t
Men's Tochs or KViir-ln.Hand Ttss,
uu fnwn ,. M.-'sa
Men's fliispeiidoia, iUr Uo to TJfl
Men's rndrrwear, sult,,...90i)"(o 1310
Hoys' all. wind Mwealess, wcji TSo
Hoys' suits, from 7& tn VM
Men's Huts. (rn Vo to CM
Men's all.wws Pants II 18
Mon's B. IsUr lo to 10
Km Vs, kkvm
Also all I HrKt
C. H. Orkwltz
443 WAN It.
I'llces rut In two.
A. V. ALLEN.
( Jnx'i'rii'n, Ki'i'tl, Fruits,
Cor.Ttnlh and Commercial strssc
Astoria Electric Supply Co.
Cas Engine " "
WIRING & REPAIRING.
.SNAP A KODAK.
at any man eomtuf eui
our stsrs and fou'li get
portrait of a man brlmmlug
over with pleasaul theughta.
Hueb quality In lbs liquors
mt havs Is offer are enough U
sleass say man.
COMH AND TRY THRU
HUOHES & CO
AHtoria Iron WorUa
Front Street, foot of rowt, Astorta.
AND BOILER MAKERS
IjlikI and Marina Kafir. H oil or Work.
Steamboat and Caanarr Work a sps.
olaJty. Caatlnga of all dsor1pUos
roads to order on short ivotlsa.
John rox..Prasidant and Bupsrtotsodsat
A. U Foi Vlos PrwkUot
O. B. Pratl Bsorstary
Astoria Bartnira Bank Tieasmsr
J. B. WYATT,
PIism Ns. Aster Is, Otassso
PAINTS and OILB.
Special Altsstlsa I sld ts Sspplylag I Ips
Iron aoil Steel
Coiit - v' '
Groceries nntl Provisions 1
I'lonr nnd Mill recti
Paints, Oils nnd Varnishes.
Lojjijcrs' Supplies '
Doors and Windows -
Wagons and Vehicles.