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Tflifi DAILY ASTORJAA AJSTOKLA, BrUWDAY ' MOKiMLNU, aPJIJL ,28, 185.
THERE Are going to be a lot of w (ill-dressed men In the city this spring of course we haven't made all their clothes but we think if you usk every third man you meet where he got his suit and oj course he will say (that Is, If It's tallorj matte) McDonald's. He may not le.l yta how mudh (he saved, but you can Ju.-jI Jot It down that It was worth saving 'by the way he may have on one of our 135 suits and you'll think . It cost $59 tout of course you're Judg log. by what you usually pay others. chas. Mcdonald, . ..' . ,5 The Tailor. .i , 23 Commercial Street. 1 ' j ' r APRIL- SHOWERS ' i y j-T-poften, catch people without any rub bers or umbrellas. Then a cold Is sure to follow-that is, if you don't take so nethlnK to prevent it. Whiskey Is a 'sore '"cold preventer." The Office's 'HOPE; try ft. THE OFFICE. . i I!'- V", j'.i'Hf, I , I '.; . !,1V V'i-' I" THE NUDE IN A&T! NE of the Honoral.le mem! e hi f the 1..'.' ; New York Legislature has introduced .,, ,.. a Bill, making it n for .i'iy oft) t expose the human form without sufficient drapery. HERE'S but one solution! , ; Jress ihem -the statics in the HAMMOND style of clothing. TJije short an I fat man tho long an 1 flJi'm.'on"8. the stoop shoulder d and bow legged, they all appear up to da to in HAMMOND Suits and Hats. T HESPi suits otlnrrt nffer inferiormakos for. 7e ore Sole Agenta for Hammond suitsand hata $ OIISE GIiOTHlKG STORE. if.!. . Br39-jTwo hard-woklng servants Yet quickest to rebel when over-work ed. Glasses the right ones-rsclentif-lu'ally, delicately adjusted ones the remedy,' The ability that experience and study gives can be had at J, II. Seymour's. Charges only for glasses are modest. For fishermen's sore and ciucki'd I fa mis there Is nothing hotter than t'ltoh Salve.' Sold at Olsen'a Irug Ptore. Try It. The Palace Bath House encourages folks to bathe by having everything first clans. A-tlf reduction In wrail and oket at the Low Price Store. I5ll) Wilson have 25 good milch cews; la It any w Oder their milk Is flrsl K'lass? i 'ii Wliy do you suffer with that cold when & O. Cough Syrup will cure Its fr sal a the Prlnts-crain J-irug store ..M m man Kuvs a totterv tlnkt , Y 1 1 tll m f - . . . nn,hln Imf him hrAth h feela sold. When n buys his wood and coal of the boow umj "u iiu, whose office Is opposite Fisher Bros.' he la pleased. s mey mvu om vm. fvr iteiiwt wn.Tk f ny iUj Htlon jvtrnlse the steamer Ocol dtt. A.'E. Hoard, CaiHaln. YJTFRDAT'S TVTSATHER. lK .l Vc itber tor twenty-four hours ,,-n.llnp at 5 p. m. yesterday, furnish ' hy tli-i t'nM?J States department of agriculture weather bureau. Maximum emperature, & degre" ;iiimun tcnworaJtu-, dwnj. Pi'cl;-i--4t''ji, trsco- Toul jirvMpltlon from Septem-ber l-', 1SSI. lo dJfte. W.I4 Indie, "iitco's cl Drec!f!UtIor from Septem bet " ' 1 no $2.80 will; do the most good r To J ii" I' I' i Invent It here In i.nm . I Hi new unci (vllsh J.nm.. il . I'i r only i r 0 we i 1 fell Ji.un l'l illrt'rt rr '1u mie n! Ihe lnttl Kern-III' 'T Hi 'I w how Iv. 'I1' ii ' l. If oidri'H ... .. I. . . . Il -tK-!; In oiir, j ivT 00 Albert Dunbar. Ak for the MHggionl'GlOve. Monoy to loan. Inquire' of Astoria Ahstruot, Title and Trust Co. Five emits a quart Is what Relth & Wilson will deliver you fresh milk for. ' Glass bottles furniHhed when de sired. misdemeanor" ' " ' J THE sculptors and painters of (Jotharh rre in dispair! just fancy Diana in a Trilby costume! Venus in a bathing suit!! C jid in Bloomers!!! Puclcin Kilts!!!! it is enough to drive the ta'cnt to Tare-! and lfats are made woll, fit well and we aresellirig them cheaper, than The Palace Barber Shop Is now giv ing one of their , two-bit shaves for 15 cents. ' J r lltiHlnci43 men of Astoria visiting rort lain! havo for yeu.rs been accustomed to take their mid-day lunch at the "Gem." The ' Gem" is now located at 7,1 Third street, next door to the Alns worth Bank. Jis. E. Penny. FOARD STOpS CO. DEALERS IN Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware, White Sewing Machines, Hardware, Boat nnd Fishermen's Supplies, , Paints and Oils, " Ship Chandlery, Teas. Coffe;s and Groceries, California Wines,- . Medically Pur Liquor,' Sole Agents for the Celebrated Almighty Dollar Cigar. CLOSING OUT SALE1 Mr. Cohen, of the Low Price Store, Is go ing Into a defferent ltne of business and offers his. entire stock gf Dry Goods at Cost. He has only first quality goods to offer, shoddy materials to eel rid of. You can buy with youreyessitut and you can't (0 wrong. ' ' AROUND TOWN.. NOTICE. To Subsidy Scrlbi-re. All subscribers of land to the rail road subsidy who have abstract of their property are requested to leave the same ait 1W. & Parker's office to day. This Is urgent, and every day counts. H. C. TH0MP30N. Chairman Abstract Committee. Those Who are retarding the growth of the cty by either refusing or failllng to sign their deeds, are: C. B. HARADEN, H. A. 8HOREY, iroN. BENJAMIN YOUNG, (HAULE8 YOtJNO. . ' Go to J. H. Inthoff. 120 Twelfth street, for the late Improved Singer sewing madhine. Yesterday a mtarrttege license was Is sued to E. M. HolUner, of Seattle, and Miss Ora BalEard, of Astorl'a. Mlas Kalte Giunlt'e pupils, of Room No. 6, Frangtiln avenne school, spent a very happy dlay yeaterdiay. picnicking near Young's Bay, R. M. Stewart la again United States marshal at this place, having been ap pointed to fill the place made vacant by the disappearance of H. A. Smith. For all cleansing pu-poses, domes tic or mechanical, removing scale from steam boilers, making soap, or de odorizing the kitchen sink, use Red Seal Lye. If you want to see an enterprising merchant, lust call at 571 Commercial street and take a look at Cheap Char ley, wh'ose adverttlsemertl will be found In another column. The Wlae Clothing store comes out again this morning with an interest ing advertJlftememt. It gives faits re garding the gents' futtrtlah'lng business VtvaX are worthy of careful study."":"" Last night was a hummer" down town a regular old-time Saturday" nlghlft Many of the boya were well filled up with prosperity, but none of them were particularly troublesome. Rescue Hall last might was packed to the doors with people who were at tracted tMere by the Interesting pro gram announced. The entertainiment was iratereslting from start to finish. Mr. Alfred Gutzan, formerly with Mr. Theo. Oleen, has taken a position with, the PrintzJOrain Drug Co. Mr. Gutzen Has been kept busy since his arrival In the cllty this morning In renewing old acquaintances, as he made " many friends durtng Ms stay In this city three years ago, Who gfaidly welcome him back. Mrs. OlBen, wife of Oaipialn Olsen, of the sohooner Franclna, left last even ing for Seaittle, Where, site wlW meet her husUand. She received a letter from him yesterulay giving a graphic account of his voyage In the little schooner during th recent storm off the Flattery coast. Attention Is called to the very Inter eating advertisement of Shanahan Born, on this page. SJi'aJrtaJham Bros. SHANAHAN BRO'S Never before have we margin, now we undersoil them by a large margin. We are the largett bu vers of Dry Goods in Astoria and can save our customers from 25 to 33 per cent on their entire purchases. We are a thorn in the side of every house in. Astoria. We sell for cash ither houses sell on time, and if ypu buy from us you pave the 25 per cent extra which other houses los- annually- us t mm , mtt mtf Sfc IStstTT I 55 inch blk broad cloth 58 in blk broad cloth . 28 in blk Tricot 40 in blk Cameli hair 46 io 6ttrue 4(1 in figured suiting Ho in Henrietta. . . , 40 in Henrietle.... 54 io broad cloth . . 300 yds fancy auiting 20 A .25 sale price .13 500 yds fancy suiting. 35 4 .40 sale price .29 Shot silk 40 4 ,39 sale price .33 Japanese silk 40 4 .89 sale price .33 Fancy check & figure silk . . .65 4 .75 sale price .40 Crepe Silk 1.25 4 1.50 sale price .78 Apron Gingham 1 . . . .7 and 8c sale price - 4c llest Calico .-. 7 and 8o sale price 5c . Scotch Gingham I2tf and 15c sale price .11 Outing flannel .7 and 8c sale price 6c Outing flannel 12, and 15c aale price 8c ' White goods 10 and 12)i sale price 7c White goods 14 and 15c aale price 8c Llama cloth 12? and 15c tale price lOo Men'a vesta and panta .75 and 1.00 sale price .66 Mens' vesta and pants.... 125 and 1.10 aale price .93 Mens' vests and pants. . .2.50 and 2.25 aale price 1.45 Heavy Scotch wool auit. .2.00 and 2.50 sale price 1.50 lrnwera all wool 1.26 and 1.00 aale price .50 Wool ahirta 60 and .75 aale price .45 575 Commierciar Street are live and enterprising merchants, and carry stock that im well worthy of Inspection by those wtoo are Intend Ing ' to purahase something In ' their line. Mias- Carri Plaito, of Waterford, was in the dtty yesterday. Mr. M. 'M. Hunter won to Portland lasft, nlsAVt on the BaMey Oaitzent. J. C. Dement filed bis aiibaldy deed with tfhe proper committee yesterday. Mayor Alfred Ktomey was a passen ger on h Gtoltzeait yesterday for Port land, i - . 'M'rs. Captain U. B. Scott was a pas- -Sanger on the Bttlley Gbtzent Ibat night . for Porttend. , . J. W. Mumsbtii and 8. Elmore Handed In their right' of way deeds to the , oomrmMee yeslterdlay momtnlg.: Mall carriers who cover, the Interior routes between this city and the upper Nchalem, report the roads rapidly dry ing out. ' Ctajaitor Washburn and wife, of Se aUtle,. were In. the cfty yesterday, the gaeets of Mr. and Mrs.' J. Q. Mogter, of Brookileltl. . ' ' Miss " Frands' TToldtn ' leflt on ttlie'' steamer Mayflower yesterday en route ' for Grand Raiuids, -wlitre she will teach' a four r months', term of soh'dol. ' The following passengers were on the Harvest Queen last night: H. B. Dy er, E5. Han nan, H. Brown, L. Phillips, W. OWHllams, F. Kinney, S. Freld man, L. Levy, Mrs.- Boyer. j Governor MoGraw, Fish Commission er Crawford, and Treasurer Bowen, of Olympla, who went to Ilwtaso Ffldiay to select a location for . a fish hatchery, are still on the. other tide of the bay. Captain C. A. Abby and Capt. W. C. Conlaon, bUth of the United States Revenue ouWtar. service, of San Fran cisco, were in the,' City " yesterday , monnlnK. Later In the day they went j to Fort Stevens and made an inspec tion of the life saving staltton a. that point. I Mr. ; S. B. Utalngier, agemt for the famous 'pamhrlnus beer, has received a large consignment of Bock beer, and with, his exceUVunt fladliltles for cold stotiage, patjrms of thlat estab lishment WiU be assured of a delicious beverage. The bottled brUmd cannot tie sunyaJsseldaind.ls put up especially . for Daimll jl wfc. 1.. The Eunice Goodrich Company has decided to remain over annther day, and Monday nlglhlt will produce a very DaiughaJble . play entitled, "Fun In a Boarding House." The Goodrich Com pany is one of the best comibinlaitions that Mas played In Astoria in years, and tihealtre goers are sure of a treat In the show that wl'.l be put on to morrow might. C. D. Fowle, gcnenal deputy for the National Union, and his assistant, Mr. Swartout, left last evening for their home .'in,. Seattle, after organizing a councll.(.of that socWty In this city -omposel of about 55 charter mem bers. The affairs of (he council here give promise of a strong organization. THEIR GREAT SALE COMMENCES MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 29th. , offtfred such bargains as we do jn our Banner eale. When we started in business we undemold our competitors by a small 75 A .85 sale price 59 $1.25 k $1.00 sale price .75 50 1.00 1.00 4 1.00 & .30 & GO sale price .37 1.25 sale price .78 1. 25 sale price .83 1.25 sale price .87 .35 sale price ,21 ...1.25 A 1.60 sale price 100 ...1.50 4 1.40 sale price .90 Table linen Table linen Shaker flannel Yard wide muslin. Wide Sheeting . Colored Sateen Colored Sateen Black Curtain REMEMBER ' Mr. I,. Mansur was over from Knapp- ton yesterday, and before he returned home left a very subatiainttal donation wMh the finance commf ttee. His good example was followed by Mr. J. W. Relith, the JUewla and- Carke milk dealer. "' y I ' " . ! The following passengers were on to Batley Gteltzent last rrifiht: W. MicFall, j Miss Barron, "Mis. Holley, Mrs. Capt. j U. B. Scott, Mllss Birdie KeUner, Miss O. Mlamn, J. Davteaon, N. N. Orang, Dr. Warner and wife, J. L. Jaimieson, Geo. BJack, S. Thornlton, G. L. Starke, L. EJmerson, J. G. Megler, Mrs. Geo. CopmwMH, Miss C. Plato, Walter Young Mrs. Fos!uar, L. B. Burroughs, J. H. Gold, P. Tayfflor, H. S. Glle, J. L. Spriauea LortdXin, Senator Wash burn and wife, Jr. A. Kinney, J. Kectfh A. UtSDcmaM, M. M. Hunter. Yesterday the waiter bonds arrived and tomorrow at a special meeting of the commission to be held at 9 o'clock it will be dedided Just when the work of oomfltmtdtlon wJiM begin. There are 200 bonkls of a denomination of $1,000 each, payialble at the Chase National Bank, New York City. It is ex'peclted the conti'acftors will, commence work within a period of ten days. The bonds will Xfe signed on Mondlay, and shipped to the New York bankers. $75,000 being the first payment. During the past week local parties have been too busy looking up railway subsidy and right of way deeds to pay aStemti'Jn to anything else, especially concerning real estate. There are sev eral outside partiesi however, who have been making Inquiries into the both mslde and outside property, and offers have been made on one or two choice tracts of acreage along the new pipe line thoroughfare. When all this hur ry and anxiety of the initial steps toward starting railway construction Is over, then H is expected the real and every effort made to place tne city before the people of the whole country, r . .-xi- ; The rlghlt of way committee were at Miayger's Uand'Uig last night where they irtaUe a general rourtd-up. A let ter to Mr. Prank Parker from Hope Feriguison a!led'; thlat they had mel with fairly good success, but were far from being MVtpilglh . with those who were InOHned to hold back with anti il;ulSlon of ,Ulgipay for their land. Sev. t-iial deeds he,ve been secured, however, from parties who Wave heretofore been hard kiolcers. The dlspUtob rom Portland publish ed In another column, stating that ex-SIWeriff Smith is known to have bearded a Norhhenn Pacific train on the day when he dtsapteared, only boars out .the theory thlat has already been advanood by many people here that Smith had gone from Portland to Tacoma, ait whklh place he took pas sage on the China Steamer for the Orient. It is hot prdbalble, howeve, that he Is travelling under his real name if such is the case. Parties who have lodging quarters in the city are finding an increased de mand for rooms. This has been espe cially so during the past week, many stnamgers having come' Into the city In search of work or looking about with a proapect of ocaltlng. An en White sliii trf, eacli .00 and .75 sale price .49 Mens' heavy cotton socks 8 and 10c sale price 4c Mens' heavy black socks. . 20 and 25c sale price 8c Mens' overalls... 75 c sale price 45c Mens' overshirta 51 and bOo tale price 35c Mens' suspenders 2o and 25c sale price 10c Mens' collars. . . . ........... .25 and 20c sale price 8c Mens' cutis. .20 and 25c sale price 15c Childreu's hose. 10 and 15o sale price 5c Towels 20 and 15c sale price 10c Towels.... . . . . : .15 and 12c sale price oc Lsdleg vest .20 and 25c sale price 15c Ladies vest 20 and 15c sale price 8c Corsets 75c and 1.00 sale price 25c Childreoa vests 25 and 35c pale price 15c Ladies paraSola.. 2.00 and 2 50 tale price 1 25 Crepe all colors 15 and 12'c sale price 10c Duck.... 15 and 18c sale price 12J$c Cotton Foogee 25 and 20c sale price 12l Table linen 25 and 35c sale price 20c 1.00 and 1.25 sale price 7-c . ,40 and 50c sale price 35c ,12 and 15c sale price 7c . .'. . . 8 and 7c sale price 5c 20 and 22c sale price 17'c . .25 and 26c sale price 19c lo and inc sale price 15 and 18c sale price sateen . screens 13 and 14c sale price couraging filature of this new Increase of population la the presence here of a number of gentlemen from various partof the coarit country, seeking for business investment. The Sound rlffies are contributing not a few of the latter class, and the next few weeks will see several new business houses opened up In Astoria. The signs of the times point to a new and more prosperous future. Several local capitalists are looking deep Into their pocketbooka Just now with a view of lnvesdng the contents In new buildings. .There Is an active demand for Bmail Thodern cottages at the pioBtTUt time, and parties having and atounkJanc of vacant property, wlthlim the city limits are beginning to realize that they are losing a great deal of money by not having tenement houses thereon. Unless a number of new buildings go up soon, Astoria Is not going to be able to accommodate the Influx of people that is sure to pour Into the otty during the next twelve months. Last evening while a couple of fish ermen who have their boat tied up at the barge alongside of Foster's Ex change, were going down the narrow gang plank, one of thiem missed his footing and took a headlong plunge in to the Icy waiters , His companion quickly ran to the boat and securing a light, came back and the unlucky man was discovered frantically embracing a pilling, meantime calling lustily for help. He was with difficulty pulled out of the dangerous prediioainent, but rot until half-ohoked wifth tide water. Judge Gray went to Seaside yester day and mat the people of that city and tWorougiWly dlscwsseld the Cross read law with them. He found a great dea1 of enthusiasm wtas displayed by the people of that distrlat who, like all localities In the county, are anxious to get better roads. They will proba bly, file a. petition for . survey of the Neaannlcum and Elk Creek road within a few days. T. C. Wills and his associates are in the city looking over the ground with a vlow to giving outdoor athletic spor'ts and Fiesta entertainments dur ing the regaltta week. It is certain that unless the northwest takes some action In this dUrodtdon thlait Los An geles, Whose citizens this year contrib uted $60,000 for the Fiesta Juft closed in th'at city, will next year draw all the people and thousands of dollars from this territory. Astoria, with her new railnoudi regalt't'a and growing population is the place of all places for such celebrations and It Is to be hoped th'at Mr. Wills may be encour aged and meet with the success that the enterprise, deserves. Mr. John Griffin returned yesterday from a brief visit to his place at Can non Deaah, where he had been, making preparations for the removal of his family to that delightful beach for ths summer. During this trip Mr. Grilfin could not resist a long-pent-up desire to Invade the trout streams of the nelghlMonhoad, and saMymg forth oaugiht all he could possibly carry home. He brought a box of the little speokled beauties to Astoria with him, and now all his friends who are fond 'Vi Red Calico Ladies' hose Ladies' hose Ladieg's hose Children's hose. . Children's hose. Towling 30 in wide lawn Ladies parasols. Ladlea waists Ladies waists Ladies wrappers 95c Ladies wrappers 1.25 Children col. dresses Children col. dresses Children col. dresses Lamp chimneys Scrubbing brushes Cioiha Hues Hall racks.. Machinepi1 Soap Cloths pins Pins Ladies night gowns. Ladies chemise J-adies chemise. 11c lie Lace cni taina 1.50 and Lace curtains 2.50 and 3 50rale price 1.75 pair Poles and fixtures free with lace curtains. 10c The Great Sale Commences 11 Q Q: K Astoria, Oregon' of the rod and reel are Just itching for an invitation from Mr. Griffin to visit his ranoh the coming summer. SPORTING NOTES. (By Sunshine.) A boat rice between the Potter, Tele phone, Lurllne, Dixon, and Ocean Wave during the regatlta woul be n great drawing curd. Cant. Al. Harris, of llwaco, has sold his slurp Mayflower, to the Hon. 15. A. Kea'iwg, who has ria!tl that tne famous toaf will be fixed up and b? a cia-ktr Jack for August. Aritoriu has never seen tne time, neither can its citizens Imagine what a number of slojps, schooners and roa3 If all designs will be riding the bDtjm of the Columhia river at the next ra&'i'lta. Already the sscrary Is receiving nu merous citizens from all ov.-r the coast, reboot th-3 coming great event. Los AnseCes Wis Just concluded a guy time with a La Flestia, but It will not oome near being as litteretng as the coming regalcta at Aitori'a. Mr. T. C. Wirs will no doubt give an" xh'.:!tlrii of ganifa, battles and bal loon aro?nf5lor.3 by flaeih Ksht every rrlg'hlt during the regalbtta. A bailloon asoensto.i with a number of Chinese lanterns by night will be wnrlh g'oing miles to see. The Portend CluFj3 are all prr H'lnK for a sail down the Columbia In Aug ust, and a.ra Byen'ddiroar time and money building nsw and pialnlting aid brats, to carry away the prizes. W. J. Culliran and T. F. PlowJen, two members of the M. A. A. C Port land, were In town on Wednesday last and enjoyed a game of handball bsfore breakfast at the gymnlaslum. Quite a number of travelling men carry running and .gymnasium suits wlfh them lately, as athletic clubs are Setting so numerous that lh?y can tike their essM1:! In alm?t every cOty. . The want of a running track la veiv much felt in our city, Which makes It very discouraging for our local ath letes, when they hear What beautiful grounds other cities have fur training. The new emblems the A. F. C. boys are getting up are very pretty and unique pins, and the promoters deserve ?reat crc-i.lt for their untiring efforts In arranging a.nf. To give a long program of alt hie ties in Astoria quite a number of the boys have to work hard as a tfllm.iise on "he program will sh':.nv some of lis ath letes have to take pir.t In six or seven events. A meeting of cricketers will take place at tho Occident on MunJay night. C. T. Cr by and E. O. Pelper are trainne to go to the bicycle meet In Portland on May 30th. W. E. TaMant gdtes to training on Monday to get Into trim for the Ta comia games. Mr. Humphrey has some choice Chi nook salmon at his market near Res. cue Hall. He also has oysters tnat sell at a less price than at any other mar kef In the city. . He carries clams and thr shell fish,- and s a'1 side issue, has a stock of Marshall's famous knit ting twine. V iripp3 is Uere again with all Its 'ild-'.ime visor. One Minute Cough Cure is a reliable remedy-. It.cures and euros culckly. Chas. 'Rogers. ON HPifVH rronp. '. . . 7 and fie tale price 5c 25 nnd 20 sale price 10c 25 and S5c mle price 2(lc .20 anil 15c sale price 10c 10 nnd 15c sale ce 10c 20 and 23c sole pr t 12'a 7 and 8c sale ; lee 5c 10 and 8c sale p e 5c 1.C0 and 75c sale prt, 25c 40 and 35c sale price 25c 85c anil 1.00 sale price 05c and 1.00 fale price 75c and 1.50 sale price 1 00 25 and 35c sale price l:ic 50 and 75c sale price 35c 85 and 90c sale price 50c 10 and 8c sale price 5c 15 and 20c sale price 10c 20 and 25c sale price 10c 20 end 25o sale price 10c 10 and 15c sole price 5c 10 and 12c. sale price 5- . . .5 and 8c tale price lc doz . . .5and 6c sale price IV4C esch . 1 . .. .75 Hnd 65c sale price 50c 35 and 40c sate price 25c 75 and Site sale price 4H.; i 1.7.) snle nri-e 1.25 nnir 1 J S" .1 ?'i WJV