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AKE you on lookout. for n saving sonic money on your underclothing purchases just now? Hero is the place to conic for what you want and be pretty sure not to pay so much as you intended. Our plan is to sell not to carry over. THE ARCADE. YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. Local weather for twenty-four hours ending at 6 p. m. yesterday, furnished by the United States Department of Ag riculture, weather bureau. Maximum temperalbure, 61 degree. Minimum teTnlyeraltuw, 41 degree J'wlpltaiiion, .22 Inch. Total 'precipitation from September lit 1895, i date, 3.G5 Uncfhes. Deficiency of preclpltalton from Sep. terror 1st, 13, to daJte, 7.39 Inches. BUSINESS LOCALS. ' : E. 0. Cough Syrup wtll cure your cough. For waCe at Estes-Cflain Drug Store. Meany la the leading tailor, and payi the highest cash price for fur skins. The coolest and best glass of beer In town can be bought at the Gambrlnus saloon, 12th and Commercial streets. Those new perfume. Just received at the Erftes-Crain Drug Store are the finest In the city. Purest of wines, liquors and cigars elegant free lunch all the dally paper, at the Oambrlnus, 12th and Commercial. Trade with Foard & dtokes Co., deal ers H Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, provisions, flour, fruits and vegetables They will surely please you. Hunger Is a very disagreeable sensa tion. There it a place In this town where you can satisfy Cut demands with th oieanest and best 23 cent meal you ever te. Tha place Is Joe Terp'a. , Just arrived at Copo'.and & Thorsen's, a nice line of high grade footwear for ladies, all widths from A to DE. No trouble to show goods, and satisfaction guaranteed to every purchaser. Call end examine them. What brings people back to the Asto ria Wood Yard after they have sounded the possibilities everywhere else? May be Krs one thing, and May be lt'e another. But the fact remains back they come. And of course the Astoria Wood Yard Is proud of It. Nothing so distressing as a hacking cough. Nothing so fooluih as to suffer from It. Nothing so dangerous If al lowed to eontlnue. One Minute Cough Cure gives Immediate relief. Chas. Rog ers. SHILOH'8 CUBE, the great Cough and Croup. Cure, la In great demand Pocket lze contains twenty-five doses only 25 cents. Children love It Sold by J. W. Conn. WORTHY OF NOTICE. There is nothing but bold, clear-cut truUh In the statement that to secure per fect fit, quality and style In your shoes at the lowest reasonable prices you must go to the firm of John Hahn & Co., 479 Commercial street. FINE BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. We have choice property In Van Du- sen's, Atferbrook, Adair's, Shlve'.y's, Mc Clure's, Taylor's, New Astoria, Warren ton, and Astoria Addition to Warrenton for sale. Also money to loan In sums of $200 to 13,000 on good real estate security, R. L. BOYLE & CO. FOR THOSE WHO EAT For the remarkably small sum of 16 cents one can procure an excellent chick en dinner every Sunday at the popular "Denver Kitchen," east side of 9th street between Astor and Bond. Mr. Richard eon, the proprietor, also assures the pub lic that they can obtain at his place a well-cooked, wel'l served breakfast, din ner or supper any day in the week for the above mentioned price. Give him a call and be convinced that he speaks the truth. A TWIBTER. A twister In twisting May twist him twist. Far In twisting a twist Three twists make a twist; Hut if one of the twists Untwists from the twist, The twist untwisting Untwists the twist. That la, when it's twisted with any olbor twine than MARSHALL'S. TOLERABLE 2sEGG. Who would be content with a tolerable eprg? No one? It must bo the best, or no one wants it. Why take life assurance in a . tolerable company? It costs no more to insure in the best company! A lift assurance policy should M.e I ke CVsar's wife or . -"Sin egg above PiiHpiciou. The Equitable is the bent' company,-and issues the best policy. Fer reasons why, send your t to L. SAHt'EL, ra cial agent, Portland, Or. $ GLOVES! GLOVES I GLOVES! Ladles' Fine Black Cub mere Oloves, with patent fingertips, only . . . 25c. A PAIR- i filbert Dunbar p Have you seer? our 5oc I Cash-mere Hose'? ' ' f AROUND TOWN. Last nlgthlt was a good flight for meet ings. Try our fine bloater mackerel. ;Foard Carl AMers, of Seaside, was In the city yesterday. A. J. Wtictry was In from N8ial2ra yesterday. D. Cameron, of Portland Is a guest ot t!h Porker. ; -. A. L. Parker, of John Day's, Is at the Parker House. . ., Martin Foard itells about a peculiar cod fteh he oaugCit. The Red Men had itheilr. regular gather ing tost nlgttit. ... ; Mira. Foard, of New Astoria, Is a guest of the Occident. The Tornado Company are registered o.t tiho Occident. The man wlt'h a bee in ihls bonnet Js ncw In evidence. One of Portland's pioneers, Mr. S. O. Reed, U very 111. Senator John H. Mttdhell toft for Wash ington yesterday. Sole Bgsrrts of Ithe Coulter Map'.e Syrup. Foard & SPoketa Co. H. Johnson, of Young' River, is regs tared at tlhe Parker. Mm Mlahbnv of San Frands-io, Is In the city vlaitliig her sWter. , H. A. Irving, of W'alluskl, waa among ABtorla'e visitors yesterxKy; Editor Jno. W. Phillips, of Ilwuco, was a vlfdtor Jn tfte city yesterday. 'i 1 Col. John Adair, of Sunnyunead, regis tered at tine Occldtonlt yesterday. Pate Da Folea Qraa, Anchoviles In oil, Bloater Paste. Foard & Stoke Co. F. W. Pettygrove and J. T. Cochran, of San Pilanclaco, are ait the Occident. Smporhrtertdent Lester, of the Seaside railroad, waa In the cilty yesterday. AuwusJt Bi'tekaon 'Was In the city on ibiaslntas Of Invportaince yesterday. A. C. Spencer and Q. W. Whlttaker, ol PortMndv were In the ctty yesterday. Mir Joceiyn hiiis returned from a two weeks' visit with frlenMa In Portland. J. A. Mclntyre, of Warrant on, waa In the city yesterday, purdh'istng supplies. J. K. Weatlhcipfordi .of Albany,' was In town yesterday, stopping alt the Occident. E. P. Oallender, of New York, and C. H. Catlendor, of Knuppton, were In the city yesterday. -' rireaidont T. H. Curtis, of the North wicst Construction Co., returned from Portland yosterd'ay. Engine Company No. 1 held a meeting :ai9t nlflh't '.ooktng to tlhe ct)tlmnt of Its tntewnal difficulties. WANTED Chimneys artd flue of all kinds to clean. Address orders to Joseph Way, Astorian olllce. The Democratic conwndttee met lafrt nlsSnt ta the council clhuimtver to consider mutters 'Of focal n'terest. Capt. E?ben Parker, who returned from his ramrh yesterday, will go back there tomorrow tor a week's eiuuy. The n.r Western Union electric clock In 'Mumager Johnsonto olllce Is a very hu.nUwome piece of mechanism. McLoiin A Chrlutensen have made 37 flsl.lbo.ut Irons wihldh will be shipped to San Francleco tody or tomorrow. It Is stated that 'the Central re.-ilturluit was yesterday closed for the time being, to be oponeil again tat-?r In Uhe iK"arn. The siirctit commltiteu hold a mealing yoitnnlny nt w'hloh they prepared their 1-opo.rtB for the council meeting tomorrow. Ft nwnorU ycatrUiy t'.xxt Mr. Mc Oivcr had sold hM Interest In the meat nvirki-t at Sth and I5ond ctre-:ts to Mr. Ohrlwty. The picture of lie Aral ennine on HCie CW.e road In Wio Railroad Exdhange, ol O.urlxon a iv J Laiaon, Is attracting murt DttvMitlon. A meeting of the police wimmlsalon was held lam nU't In Jullxe Otiburn's olllce at wCvh'h the regular momUily bills wero tifudltevd. If yenr iflioes are Ifaking, bring Vm to the Red From Cwp. Comflmr.ial street. Fre.1 ajw he can tn(t you' in price, no matter how cranky you are. T.".s 1 ix'e of work 'by Uhe Oulld of Holy Innoercvts' chapul Ihui benn chansfd to Saturvlity afternoon and evening, the 16th, instead wa heretofore announced. OcTtruotor W. W. Cory went up 00 the LfttvlN and Clarke yewterday to look after a lot of toolt In that nKlborhod and see to their tralnsefr to tlhe new work. ! ' Ll r. ' lurhu Mvls remBiScalxy, wu' waw'.her the oomnu'tors sjtb making very rapi'dpi-OK-I r4 altih the -arlius street Improvaments I and wluhdn a eCwrt time All rontricts I 'Will be completed. A. C. PlahT. who has Just epont two wwks In CaHfornltt, and Mr F. A. Fisher and ron, wttj have been vlsltl"? In San J-f; for two months, have rKurnod home toaviror rn)ye,l very p'eniht oiKlOg Suiivloy was a mottl dsllshtrjl day, the f.lr cr ait braelng and the da wa tery of ih tr.y us smootih as passible. ..vrci of people were an the hills In the af.ernoon enjoying the mag'nlflcentA'lews. Now Is tlhe time to have your? shoes rvtf'f-wjeoi Wed. O. -WaUer -of the Red Fivwt t'.ioe fCwp, Commerclnil wtreet, op poKifs pifvf!ra "stor, doey- It cheajwr and bVter hn ever has beem heard ot In Astoria lefVre. j It U leniwM r-n the Wenttm Union 1 rm-nnfer. Mr. Johnson, ihM rhe cause o i tie rvik In Itrir wtrvs rnst Saturday was ; a lot of wood c4iHHH ttsrowtng trunks ot trees down the side of a mountain iwWkflt irolted on nUie, wire, breaking It m number of places. Two extra tine mren lhavs been employed toy tlhe company Ho watch this part of the line, and it Is thought sudti trouble can be prevented In tlhe future, (Misa Jeadle Jewott, who has beeen under the Instruotlon of Mrs. Olsen for the past three years, dettres to organize s, limited ctass of pla.no pupl'j. Her method of teaching iwfiC be the roumo as V.uat em ployed by Mrs. Olsen. It was elated yesterday by one of the contractors tftiat the unpaid toflls for la bor umler the former Iwater works con traetora had reached the sum of 113,000, and that there was d,ue material men $33,1)00, . to tmeet which amounts the re ceiver has $3,400. Engineer Adams, - of the waterworks, said yciatervHay to an Astorlan representa tive that all details of construction on ate water plant were In a most satisfac tory condition end tlhe bondsmen were meeting every requirement. He thought that In about three weeks they could turn bhe water In the toaeln. Until further notice lhe siteumer Lur- lhie will take the run of the R. R. Thomp son on tho Astorla-Portlantl route, leav ing A&itorla from the O. R. and N. dock at 6:45 a. m. dally, except Sunday, and Portland from Ash street dock at 8 p. n. dally, except Saturday. The Lurlkne will take freight and -passengers both, from hier twn wharf and itbe O. R. and N. 4n this city and Portland. Tickets Issued by the O. R. and N. Co. or Vancouver Transportaitlon Co. are good on boats of either company. SALE OF WORK. There will he a sale of Haincy work and Jlalpamiese Hirltlcles, dhln bronze, lacquer, v are, tiys, etc., alt Uhe old sdhool house, Adair's AgiorUa, on the afterenoon and evening of Saiturtlay, tlhe 18ih' of Novera bor, under the auspices of title. Oulld of Holy Innocents' Chapel. Article suita ble for Xmai giftn to geTtleinon, ladles and ohiilrjen, at very moderate price Llghit refreshments will be served. A TORNADO. Struck Ithe Town A Gale of Fun. The lurge unJJ'ler.ee at IFIslher's Hall last nlJiit was bwch eurprieed and delighted by Uie proUuudtloq of Lincoln J. Carter's 'mammoth scenic drama, "The Torna- d'o." Some faw were surprised that the ecell)ut cem'papy put the play on In all Its details of scenic effect as It Is pro duced in 'tttio largest 'tlhieailres, but what ever company of puayans works for Lin coln J. Carter never takea any chances by slighting a comparatively small town It His Ualis rule which, has won the envia ble reputation witulch his productions sue- taHn and ihiaa made the reputation ot Uhe hidivitlanl miembers of his various com. panlea. The cat cf lut nlgtvt iwas eis follows: George LamUomt H. A. Glazier Johin Laimont R. G. Gupttll DiH Bobs W. J. Doming Dolan McKlnney Aria LaCrolx Albert Wallace AJphonSj Phillips lilLiJuilm Lamonit Henry HauTlson Silau LaTOOrtt Arid LaCrolx Capt. Tucker H. H. Smith bill r. S. B. James Crookny Jere M. Hunt Mr. Ba.rbe.r, llrst mate Homer Oroix Oltlcer O'Rourke J. A. Mcintosh Dr. Hall Ernest Allen Ellen Wallace i... Fannie Huntly Bridget O'Rafterty Jennie Lee Lulu, her daughter Ida Vlay Blake Space will not permit 'Uhe mention of eactfi Individual player's good work. Suffice t to Bay that each and every one was up to the character he or sh'3 represented and that the entire production was a great success meeting iwlttii the unqualified applause in every act which was so well deserveVl. As showing the vectiatlttty of the actors be It ald thait during the second art in lowering one of the drops it became de tached from 'the roller, causing some Slttle cxmfut'ton. "WJOh great presence of mind Mr. Demlng stepped to IBhe front of the stage, converted Uhe hum of discontent In the audience Into adrniraitlon of bis own clever extempore wtrk, and retired only to ibe reeallled hefore the rest of the ptay could go on. It ki we to Bay 'tmat tonigat tncre will not Ibe ctamkllng room. JACK AND HIS BOOTS. A Story W't.h a Moral for Astorlons. Autorla, Nov. I, 1895. Editor Astorlan: ibecause I think It Is being enacted In Aatuiiu: .ltw'k pqniM tfvMtintr Into ia!Vs room one morning with two little black t'tock- lng'S In one mono, anu uwo iiv.e vm.-. boots In Uhe other, and sevei'-il f.nall ar ticles A clothing on his shoulder. -"Papi, he earn, "uoes oo Kno.v now to dmw 'title boys? Garrtma's gone." he lifted Jack 'to h'ls knee, and beavin to pull on one small stocking. "Stop, paipa, stop!" crlod Jack, "dat ain't e-way! Garrana don't do H dut away." "Well, Itaw does wrorat uo it men r asked papa, waiting for instructions, nii ...nv 'jiirl .Tirlt und he erasoed a fat loo In his chubby hand. "Here mis ter toe, you ana your -orosaxw rausn go ..... MhIa Ih'alr llUlfaA. KVjW Vlon't befiln to wlgKle. One, two, free-dere you go. Anu .IrtCK putiea n.w ffiwivii'B his toes, and up to his knee. Then, look In tvi Into his fa titer's face, he a.M, "See?" "Veiss," said papa, smiling, "here- goes wli'i tne other foot: now, Mr. Toe, you and all your brothers " "No, no, pupa, criea jaa; wi one Mlii 're Toe. and you must say all your Vle sMsenK" "Oh, Hoi" said papa; "Well, then, Mrs. Toe, and all your Wtle shera; one, two, Hhive-'t'here you pa!" And thi O'.her stovklng was on. "Now," said Jack, "you mus" put on e IWWOif." "The nfli&tT" asked papa. ' "K woof to e house," and Jack pointed to tuls boot. "Ph. the roof! very well," and pap put on the ibodt nd began buttoning it up with bta fingers. "Dat ain't e way," said Jack, agvvln, "you mua' get a Wooker and rock all e doors so all e 'Ittle bruzsers arid slesers won' got out e house all Kfcuy." "Now see here, young man," said papa, "does grandma go through all this rig marole every doyT" "Of courfh." saild Jack, looking at his pa.ru 'With sHirprlse. "Well, papa has not time for all thr, so let me jrot you Irtto your clothes be- LINO UW 11 v Jek vad to submK to being d re wed lira dresed, and no granny about It Too bad! D. F. STAFFORD. Men. Hwlnff, the Chautauqua Yeorurer on the science of cookery, u9 the Royal In her demDnstrathms. ASTORIA N MENU FOR TODAY. , . Brjakf ast. Pears. Rolled Rico, 45usr and Cream. Ctxin Ralls. Orsuimed Ptloe. - Pilot Wread. -Cranberry Jelly Sally Lunn. Coffee. .in. Dinner; . : Btuffed FM. Roawt Berf. Yorkshire Puddlnt (Potatoes. Hotlaw.- .-Mwbd ParsnrpsK .... . -tifveeiterMh3re euce.-lOtires. -OaeHws Apple Pie. Tea. 3uTfar. Reef Croquetes. Hot Tea Cak. Frtevl Cornmeal, Maple Syrup. AhMKKl Cake. Apple Snow. Tea. A : STfiONG SERMON 'i.-.' n.-.-:, ,rtiv . . . j Rev. Liddell Brings Ancient History to Bear. CITY GOVERNMENT ASSAILED The Condition of Wickedness Not the Fault of Statutes but of the Officials. At the Presbyterian churoh Sunday even lag the Rev. LiddeU. from the text, "How long haOt ye between two opinions? If She Lord be God, follow Wlm; if BaaJ, then follow him." 1 Klnga, 18:a, preached a stirring sermon. He said in part: In the sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth chapters of this first book of Kings, we have a very Interesting, and a very stirring piece of history, wh'ldh re&utes epeclaMy to the ancient people of God, and their rulers. As you have al ready heard from the reading of the les son, Bhe reigning king and queen were Atiab and Jezebel. Ahab, as we learn from the sixteenth chapter, eprang from Omrl, who had been exalted from the ranks of the common soldiery to the posi tion of captain of the army, and who, af ter a very successful engagement against the usurper Zlmrl, who had slain Eotti, the son of Baatiha, and against the wfches cf the people had assumed the reins of government In Tlrza'h, which was wen 'the seat of government for Israel; he overthrew Zlmrl and assumed control of the affairs of state, tend reigned over la rael twelve years. In the 2Sth. verse of the 16th chapter, to wWch I have referred, we find that Omrl wrought evil in tfte eyes of tlhe Lord, and did worse than all Dhat were before him, and in his 1n wherewith he made Israel to Bin, to pro voke the Lord God of Israel to anger with their vanities." Now, I de&lro to draw frm th's piece of history, a few plain, practical lemons, I will speak of the mojt Important first: The peopel of Israel followed popular opinion when they eerved Bail, and bow ed the knee to Aaherah, I think that It may be taken as true the world over, tihat the lealers nf what Is popularly termed society mold and control to a very great extent ihn thouhts. customs and habits of tliQ great mn3;. Now In conclJu'o-n: This Is u'eo true. In regard to the civic conditions of our city. Popular opinion, or more correctly, tha opinion of the authorities, controls 'the masees, while, though the medium or conscience, duty has sought to make her self heart.' I go back to the record from which my text Id taken, and I And that, as I have already stated, Omrl ir.ade laws In favor of Idolatry, and compelled the people to sin against God. And that Ahab and Jezebel endorsi l everything that Omrl had done. And we find that tih'3 people submitted to these statutes and obeyed the popular voice, 'while their consciences protesitod. They feared Ahab, and for the suke of personal protection and profit,' they cart their duty towards God and their children to the winds nnd foMow Baal. Now I cannot help but see some stmlla.rfty between these conditions and the conditions under which we live, excepting in one particular, viz.: Ahab not only trtakle laws tout he rnforoed tlim. His laws'" torero evil and therefore h's course was a eln against God. Our cuthor Itles Make1 .laltfs, good laws, laws ra'cu Idted to bring out city up to a plane of popular morality, but instead of having those laws enforced, Hie nuhorltls se cretly coiinlve with the officers under them against their enforcement. Now 1 am not talking at random. Examine your state statute books anJ you will find there as excellent tuitvu, as grace the statute books of any state in the Union, against the saloon violations of the holy Sab-ba-th of God and against the curs- ot gambling that Is rampant throughout the city. Kxiaimlne the statute books of our city and you will And there ordinances, worthy the dhainnptonshllp of any man, and worthy to stand upon the statute books of any city ogalndt every form ot vice and crime, and I state to you fear lessly that our city authorities stand In a v.!3tly wense llgCilt before all good men than did wicked Ahaib of twenty-seven centuries aso. His wickedness was up and above board, but they make a rfftiw of purity amd morality by the passage of uuth grand laws to which I lave re ferred and then secretly go to work and ur.Jo lihcm toy giving Instrudtlons for the collection of the monthly fine, and that too In flagrant violation of the most sol emn oaths, that can be f named. A Kan- da 1 and a shume to the enCitfh.tenm nt ot our day, a deifamatton of every principle of our common manhood, and withering bllfcht against every principle of truth and hont'rty. Now listen to the reason alleged for this eondftlon of things. Over and over asaln have I been told: "The moral sentiment ot the city is not sutllclent to warrant the enforcement of these laws."' Tlie church people will not stand by the officers In the enforcement of the la.we;" many others of a l'ike tone. Now, granting 'ihat 'Jhe first of these is true, I say that ithe euKiorJtie ttiwns Ivee have made It so, and are seeking to keep it so by their metJKAl Of fperatlon.. line officers of, the law be Instructed by tilue autihorfWes to do their duty, and there is not a man or woman in the city wtvo loves home and purtty, but will give every Doeislble encouragement and support. Po litically the officers are aiPrald of their heads from the authorities, and the au th'orHled are ftftraM of their heads from the saloon and gambling den keeper. It I am not correct, then let them try ai Icadt to uphold their own la ws like honest nron. 'And for the clhuroh, I will Fay, that every man and every woman will ttand diem shouldvr to ihoulder; not as politicians, not as Republicans or Demo crats, but ad true cltlxefia. I say awuy with party out of munlclual matters. This has been the bane and curse of toorea of Oy governments. Lt your parties be all merged into one body, with one aim and purpose, the uplifting of the fair cMy of Astoria out of the erousdi of p NMnl and iriorai corruption hi which he lies, select men of principle and honor who will dare to do rwivt Kiougu xne tteavons tall. And to this end and pur poae let every cttlsen Malt no longer, l.op from bough to bough no longer, but. In .h. fF of Ood exercise that pawer ot franchise with which he to endowed. For the Lord, He s the Jod. tie is Tne uou. THE WOMEN'S EXCilANGR. The department of the Women's Ex change will be resumed In the Library room. The proceeds ttoks winter will be used for tiro purchase of books for the library. Those having articles for do nation, or sale on commission, may leave thm wltft the librarian after November lrtlh. TO A FOCUS. A prominent railroad, man of the ctty Is auiSiortty for he" ttatewhit that by Janunry first there wlB be a most re markable change to Astoria's affairs. By that Urn the progress of events here mill Mavs focused tna altteotlon of Eascem capltaltmsf to-tM cKy and county so that It (CvoulcHhol beta dlffioult macter to se cure capital for; the devjlopment of the wonderful resources of this country. , . HOLY IXNOCBNTS.' emd.iy evvnlur Rector Short twld the irniiir service in Holy Innocents' chapel I'ppertown. A large and enthuti isttc con gregation, who were not afraid to us their voices hi the serrtc and the sing ing of the hymns, enjoyed tha minister's earnest appeal for- dhrlstHnilyij From the last two vorses of the Qorfpet. of St. Matthew he drew the lessor) of what there sras to teach and sVho"tobt4 teach it. The Apostles' Creed contains the essence of chrWllamlty. - REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES. Notice Is hereby given that on Thurs day, November 1th, J895, In the City of Astoria, Clatsop county, Oregon, a pri mary election wtHl be held in the three wards of saild City, for the purpose of eljeotlng twelve deS'esriites for the First Ward, nine deleghiitcs for the Second WUirL and eight delegates for the Third Ward of said city, to attend the Repub Ucan cMy convention to be held at the city hall building in said city, on Satur day, November fth, 1895, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, which said convenltlon to hereby called to meet at the time and place above mentioned, for the munpose of nominating the following can. d Mates, to be voted for at the city eOec atdn to be held on Wednesday, December lltlhv 18P5, to wit: Mayor, Auditor and Police Judge, Treasurer, City Attorney. City Surveyor, Superintendent of Streets, Horibor Master, one Police Commiawloner, and one Councilman from each ward. The following Judges are hereby ap pointed, and the following peeling places aerfghated for said prlmvry .election, to. wilt: First Ward, Poling place No. 1 Engine House-sTucVges, J. A. Duffy, C. E. Bayles, and P. J. Meany. Second Ward, Polling place Welch's BBockJudgesv J. H. D. Gray, J. F. Kear ney, and B. L. Ward. Third Ward, Polling place, McGregor's Ofllce-Juuges, O. F, Morton, Enoch Pe terson, and C. E. Goddlurd. PooJs will ibe open from 1 o'clock p. m. 'tin 6 o'clock p. m. of said Thursday, No vember ?th, 1895. Iy order of the Republican City Com mittee. JAY TUTTLE, Secretary, NOTICE OF SALE. By virtue of a decree of the circuit court of the state of Oregon, for Clatsop county, made and entered on the 21st day of February, 1896, in a suit wherein the Nicholal. Brother Co. waa plalntilt and K.lzabetn iunge, Air red Funge, Elizabeth Funge as guardian of Alfred Funge and Elizabeth Funge as adminis trator of the estate of John Funge. de ceased, were defendants; whereby"St was ordered that the undersigned referees make sale of the hereinafter described real estate: Now, therefore, we will on the 9th day of November, 1885, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.. In front of the court house door, In Astoria, of said coun ty and state, offer for sale at public auc tlon to the highest and beat bidder, all of lot fourteen 04), in block sixty-five (65) In the town, now city, of Astoria, as laid out, platted and lecorded by John MoClure, and extended by Cyrus Olney, In Clatsop county, Oregon, but said lot will not be sold for less than $11,000. The terms of sale win be one-half cash and the balanee on one year's time, with interest at 8 per cent per annum. J. H. D. GRAY, H. J. WHERITY, Referees, N. B.-The above described property Is known a the Tlghe hotel property and consLsts of a three story house and ap purtenances. C. R. F. P. UNION NOTICE. 'RpguGar monthly meeting of the CoJum bia ftilver 'Fishermen's Protective Union will be held alt their reading room Tues day, November 6, 1895, at 7:30 p. m. Bus- lrwfl of Importance to be transacted. Membcms In good eUaruLkng are requested to be prHscmt and have their book or receipt along. SOFUS JliNSDN, Sec. TEACHER'S EXAMINATION. Tlie regular quarterly examination ot applicants for certificates to teach In GiaUp county will b hell In McClure's (Co'int Street) se'iiool hous.?, Astoria, be ginning at 1 o clock p. m., Avednesday, November 13, 1895, and continue the rest of the week. Ai applicants will be pres ent promptly and continue through the examination. Examination of appC'leants for state di plomas will be heOd Saturday, November it), 'beginning at 9 a. m. H. S. LTM4N. School Superintendent, Clatsop Co. THE LEADING DENTIST. WhV is Dr. Howard Iho eaAtntr iinnrfW? Because he makes a success of crown and anu unage worK ana extracts and fills teeth without pain. Next-Door Neighbor My new organ has 20 stops. The Sufferer Why don't you U 'eoi once In a wihie? Mrs. Elizabeth Oady Stanton wlOl cele brate h'tr 80th birthday on Nove.nb.ir 12. ' PROVEN A BOON. Gentlemen: I have always recom mended Krause's Headacne Capsules wherever I have had a chance. They have proven a veritable boon In my family against any and all kinds of neadacne. Yours truly, J. R. WALTER, Leavenworth. Kansas, For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria, uregon, sole agent. mm vigor fVNCB MORE In harmony v with the world, 20O0 completely cured men are singing nappy praises ior tne greatest, grana est and mot suc cessful cure for sex ual weakness and lost vigor known to medical science. An account of thistoon derul discovery, in book form, with ref erences and proofs, will hAnt In f- forlng men (sealed) ree. Full manly vigor pormauently restored. Failure Impossible. ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO.N.Y. THE RSTORIfl SRVlplGS BRK Acts as trustee for corporations and in dlvlduala. Transact a general banking business. interest paid on time deposits. J. Q. A. BOWLBY President BBNJ. YOUNG Vlco President FRANK PATTON Cashier DIRECTORS. J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. H. Page, BenJ Young, A. 3. Reed, D. P. Thompson W. E. Dement. Oust Holmes. Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, Onld Modal, Midwinter Fair. Da Most Perfect Made. 40 Years the Standard. nil i Ml r. Tuesday. November 19th, Fisher's Hall! Grand March at 9 Cake Walk $11.50 For choice of any Suit 11 en in our Store for PtJ HERMAN THE RELIABLE CLOTHIER AND HOTTER. LOOK OUT FOR - VARfUSH Ap.OIIiS! HHE THEY PUftE ? Only the best grades sold by FOARD & STOKES. BERRY'5 HARD OIL FINISH HARD TO BEAT. SO ARE OUR PRICES. Asphaltum Work Resetvcir Lining, Street Paving, Side walks, Flooring and Roofing. AphaltlcCeraeiH,Eimmel and So lution for coxt uft and 'r. serving. IRON nJ STEEL TANKS. BULKHEADS, GIRDERS, PIPES, etc. Plans nd Specifications r" " m THOS, It. MUIR, General Contractor and Dealer In Asphalts. 4 McKay Block, Telephone 841, Portland. Local Representatives and Agents : Messrs. Tee & Bell, Fiavel Building. Astoria, Or. The Resort 473 Comiiie;cv.'. .-ireet, is the place where the btmineo'ni.in and the laboriDfr man go for wliat is called "BK.ST uN THE COAST," or a nice cool drink of the celebrated Gambrinns lxer. aud-wi-'heg of every kind made to order, stkl in eleeant free lnnrh served every day. Hot liofton Vaked Beans served every other aflernoon. Xou are welcome. Grosbauer & Brach. ROSS HIGGINS & CO. Grocers, : and : Butchers Astsrls sad Upper Aaturis ' . Fins Teas and Coffeesj Table Dcilcac es. Domestic and Tropical Fruits. VeeetaMn. Surr Cured Hans. Bacon. Etc. Choke - Fresh and - Salt Meats. ASTORIA - MATTRESS - -- FACTORY, S7S Commercial street. Manufacturers of every description ot Irouiures, Uattreases, etc. RBPAIRINQ IN ALL ITS BRANCHES - o j ' ' Our Grand Opening Ball and Cake Walk will take place at Fisher's Hall on the 19th inst. o'clock p. m. at 10 o'clock p. m. Every customer buying $5.00 worth of goods is entitled to a free ticket.- - - WISE, A gc - WANTED WE DON'T WANT BOYS OR LOAF- ers, tut men of ability. J200 to JoOO a month to hustlers. State and general agts. Sa'.ar'y and coramission. Racine Fire Engine Co., Racine, Wis. WANTED A piano to rent. Apply at NoCsuid & Thomson's office. Wanter bo rent A centraXy located house of seven or elsttw roams. Address M., hlB oflke. WANTED Agents to represent the old National Life Insurance Co., of Montpelier, Vt. For further Informa tion, address O. M. Stolp, General Coast Manager, 82-84 Crocker Building, San Francisco, Cal WANTED Man or lady to collectTdo some office work, and manage agents. You will deal through your leading mer chants. Something new and very popu lar. We pay all expenses. Position per manent. Send four references and ten cents for full particulars. John Finney Mgr., P. O. Box 484, St. Louis, Mo. FOR RENT. - i . ui-uisuw room on ground floor In private family. 414 Erdhainge St. H HALB JAPANESE onnnq 1,,.. ... ... ceived-just what you want, at Wing Lees, W Commercial street. MONEY Apply to AstorU Abstract, Tlt.e and Trust Co. 7 MISCELLANEOUS, 75.000 PER WEEK uslnsf sellin'i1 Dynamos fnr n!,n. . ;j , and table ware. PintM noj . .ik-cr . nickel, etc. nnu . j ra. ferent sl-s for agents, fanaiiw snd.-? shops. Easy operated: no experience; hlff orofita. W r u 1. Clerk No. 14. Columbus, ehlo. B. F. ALU-EN, Wall Paper, Artists' Materia's, Paints. Oils. Glasi. etc. Japanese Mart gs, Rufs and Bamboo Goods, 365 Commercial Street.