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ASTORIA PUBLIC LHSIffl ASSOCIATiOH.
' - -II . .. MrAAA ifV jftr j J - TODAY'S WEATHER. . f fl Forecait for Oregon and Waihlngton, tfalr weather. h 4 The ASTORIAN hai tin largsst LOCAL H t l-.l 11.. I a r-T.irn. .1 . I j circuiiiiiwii we iirggu ur.ntnAL circu'a- . ,J tlon, and the largMt TOTAL circulation of C all papen published In Astoria. EXCLUSIVE TELEGRAPHIC PRESS REPORT. VOL. XLIV. ASTORIA, OREGON, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1895. NO. 253. Can You Tell Why? Says a man to me yesterday, when showing me a suit that he said he "was faked in buying W'WiP' U elsewhere and paying more than r j o "b" HI- lar prices," especially when he had bought suits of me that gave entire satisfaction, and he liked my "style of doiDg busi ness, strictly one price and throwing in nothing" while selling Men's or Boy's Clothing:, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, Umbrellas, Mackin toshes, Etc. I. JL. OSGOOD, The One Price Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher. 606 and 508 COMMERCIAL STREET, ASTORIA, OR. Full Text of the Proceedings of the Recent Session. ' MANY IMPORTANT MATTERS Were Considered and Adjusted Urge Number of Bills Paid Tax Question Decided.' Compile! by F.'I. Dunbar, County Clerk, by Oder County Court. HST01)IA PUBLIC MBfllUjY. KEADIKQ ROOM FREE TO AIX. Open every day from 3 o'clock to 5 :30 and 6:30 to 9:30 p. m. Subscription rates $3 per annum. Southwest cor. Eleventh aud Duane Sts. They Lack Life . There are twines Bold to fishermen on the Columbia river that stand In the same relationship to Marshall's Twine as a wooden image does to the human being they lack strength life evenness and lasting qualities. Don't fool yourself Into the belief that other twines besides Marshall's will do "Just as well." They won't They cannot School Books! School Supplies! At Greatly Reduced Prices. v ' A FULL LINE OF Oregon Books Slates Pencils Tablets Pens Erasers Sponges Everything fleeessary for Sehool Use. Griffin & Reed. THREE LOTS. In a desirable location, 2 blocks from High School. A BARGAIN. CHOICE LOTS IN HILLS FIHST ADDITION. On the new Pipe Line Boulevard Just the place for a cheap home. A Block IN ALDER BROOK. STREET OAR LINE will be eitende.l this summer to within 5 minutes walk of this property Will sell at decided barifinn. ACREAGE. In 5 or 10 aore tracts inside the oity limits also adjoining Flavel. GEORGE HILL,. -471 RondSt., Occident Block, HILL'S REAL. ESTATE EXCHANGE. Ladies' Grey Woolen Vests AT - 75 Cents a Garment. These same garments sell everywhere for $1. $10 - - flen's Overcoats - - - $10 These same goods are marked out at all the stores as bargains for $1 1.50. 6 50 - - Men's Suits - - 6.50 A Full Line of Shoes and Hats. OREGON TRADING CO., 600 Commercial Street. qp Ileaf Life VEllT ONB HEEDS A BU8TNK8 IDOCATTON. Mesry Tetrag n m4 wvbcd eaa spend but on or two yean at school why not take eonree that cm completed In that timet The eolle lnclode a short BNOUSH COTJRBB tw Sldea a B THINE 88 and SHORTHAND COURSE. Tor cataloffnaa sddreaa, (U TASsax, $r. - - HOLMES BUSINESS COLLEGE. - - rSdUmox, (Offlctel Report.) In She County Court of h Start of Oregon, In and for tlh County of Clatsop, Monday, November ftb, 1895. First day Present, Hon., J. H. D. Gray, Judge; R. M. Wooden, and C. Peterson, Comndsslon- er; F. L IXuabar, Cleric, tuid J. W. Hare, Sheriff. . Court mot and vri.e duly opened at 10 o'clock L ' , . Petition from T. O. Trullliier, et al, feqfuemineT that Una order marie Juno 6Uh, 189G, releaaiiieT itlhe chilma of the county for taxes on lands and lots known as "Railroad fiubaldy" be txvodlfled and changed 60 as to Include certain other lands and premises omitted In said order, was ire ad and ifatcen under advisement and consideration until tomorrow at I o'clock, pr in. Petition of O. I. Peterson requesting thait an order be 'mode auUhorlzlng the clerk to accept the amount of state tax and aberlfTs1 cost on tax eale of mort gage assessed to J. W. Hardwlck for year 1892. ' Granted and so ordered. Oonamindca tlon from H, C. Thompson was reexl, o'flerbig to pay 115.00 for an assignment to him of tax sale certificates of property aasasaed to E. P. Thompson, said property "having been told in fcy the county for $19.47, and ahat two of tttie loto mentioned In said assessment were 4tsM4ujeesed, agdaking uttat tbe VMus te,,aicepted,jand ,tlha( county Judge be awtthorlzetf to assign cenlficute to H. C. Thonnpson. j Ordered that offer be acobpted and Uhat Uhe county judge assign said certificate to H. C. Tdiompeon. Appliloatlon of Midhael kenney, Super visor of Road Diatrict No. , for 7,600 feet of lumber to repair trldgo at Sven son's landtag, allowed and so ordered. Oommuntoation from Oso. D. Barnard & Co., relating to covers for Indexes for reconder'v office, ' read and ordered filed. In the matte of peddler's Hcenee; or dcred tDidt' tilve amvoUiit, (i0.00) heretofore fixed as a peddler's licence, be and Is Oiertfby rescinded, and canceled, ejid that the following amounts be nd are thereby asseeoed on each pedkller here, after to vend, sell, or retail at private sale, any goods; warea and merchandise iwitJhln Clataop County, to-wit: Peddlers on foot $ SO per annum Peddlers one horse team.... 120 " " Peddlers, two horse team... ISO " " Petition read from D. B. Montelth and T. K. WeaUherford offering $200.00 as a settlement and compromise of tax sales of Lot 10, Block 66&, Lots S and 10, Block C8, Lots S and 10, Block 61, UcClure's As toria, for the years 1890, '91, '92, and '93, and asking an Acceptance of said offer. Ordered referred to J. Q. A. Bowlby for examination as to Interests' of county therein, and continued until sudh time as he reports. In the maOter of the application of John Hahn and others to establish a county road. Now at this time Is read the peti tion of John Hahn and ofhera to survey. locate and establLui a county road, In CCataop County, as follows, to-nit: Be ginning at ths U-tmlle post on the sur veyed county road from North, Nehalera to the onemtte post from the north line of the donation land cUlm of Frederick Beerman in satd county, said 13-mUa pott being1 in the northeast quarter of Uhe sorutlheaat quarter of Section 2i Townehlp 6, north, range 10 west of the Willamette meridian; thence In a northeasterly direc tion to She nonuh bank of the Necannlcum river, Dhence eaaterty by ten most prac ticable route to a slake maifced "R" In the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter In Section 23, Township S north, r&nge 9 west, at said meridian, thence northeasterly to a point on section line betewen sections 13 and 24, Township 8 north, range I west, of said meridian, 600 feet west of one quarter corner, between said sections. ' Also beginning at the above described stake, marked "R," thence running In a southerly direction by the mat practica ble route on the east side of the creek of Upper South. Fork of Neoannicum river to a stake at the Northeast corner of the aouthmrest quarter of the northeast quarter of Section. 26, Township t north, range vest, of aJd meridian. Ordered that same be allowed; bonds fixed at $200.00; Carl Johnson, W,' H.' Ahlers and Louis Ohance appointed viewers; P. E. Hickanan, surveyor, to meet at residence of Oar! Johnson, TJurJay, Nov.-?, IKS. Tine following bills on the General Fund were examine and. allowed. Jurors' fees, Circuit. Oourt," September termv txt.10; Witness fees, ClreuK. Coart, September . Term,: $2M.J0; 'Wtlrteat tttm. Oraad Jury. H32J9; F. L Dunbar; stamps; COO; Aifred GUbboos, senieea as avsenor for October, $1.04.00; Robert Orbeon, ser vki deputy assessor per diem and cvirtfene. KlZZii Sam. A. Koser, sen. rices a deputy assessor per diem and overtime, $124.60; O. Zeigter, services re corder's office, $79.00; Oeo. Brown, service assessor's office, $103.60) W. L. Jackson, services aasesor's office, 1,14.75; J. W. Hare, sheriff, serving subpoenas, etc., $25.75; J. W. Hare, sheriff, board of prisoners for October, $194.60; J. A. Fulton, examination John Fitspatrick, insane, $5.00; Jay Tut- Ue, exaimdnatlon Herman Ostman, Insane, $5.00; A. L. Fulton, ' examination Thomas Love, Insane, $6.00;'Jahoa Abercromble, ex- aminabion Thomas Lave, insane, $5.00; C. . Curtis, Dept. District Atty., examina tion .Theodore Love insane, and case of SUate vs. Bottom, $10.00; J. W. Hare, trav eling expenses, etc., $U.; C. fl. G under son, Stamps, expressage, etc., $5.75; Foard ft Stokes, provisions, Mnr. illcktJeon, $5.05; Mr Davlch.' $6.00; 8col field ft Hauke, provisional, Mrs. Mattson, $4.95; A. V. Al jen, provisions, Mrs. Sedelck, $5.30; A. Balcka, $5.06; 'Mrs. Salkka, $5.80; Mrs, Wes terburg, $6.25; Mary Peterson, $4.90; Ross, Higgins ft Co., provision J. M. Murphy, $5.20; Mira. Banisn., $5.95; provisions for la borers on "water works, ,$20.07; Campbell Bros., provisions, Mrs ;)ftaymond, $7.36; C. E. Ward, care of J. ;B. Oaboni Sept, ltih to Nov. I, $U.0; steamer Uncle Sara, trip to Taylor's sands for sheriff, $5.W); H, w. weeks, subpoenaing 1 witnessea for sberiff, $4.00; Queen Navigation Co., trip to Blind Slough for Sheriff, $10.00; Howell ft Ward, candles and brooms for jail, $4.25; H. F. Prael ft Co., .hauling lumber for street, $1.00; Aetorla .Gas Light Co., gas for September and October, $19.65; As, toria Wood and Coal Yard, 25 cords of V. M. Wood, $112.50; Astoria Transfer Co., houses, buggies, expreasage, etc., for ther iff, $11.00; Dally Aatorlan, publishing pro ceedings, $6.00; Herald Fublkhlng Co., publishing proceedings, $8.75; J. S. Delling. ger, (b tonka for sheriff, $2.25; Grlilln ft Reed, stationery, court house, $5.65; Joe Andrew, repairing and filing saws for dhexlff, $3.10; Astoria Iron Works, -repatie tag jail door, $2.00; Clatsop M1U Co.; lum ber for Bridge, Road District No. 6, $3.80; lumber for streets, $19.63; iM. C. Crosby, keg of .wire-nails, saw b!odesi etc., $6JD; R. C. F. Aetbury, Countyi Map, $10.00; Y. C. Hlckunam, drafting, recorder's office, $9.00; F. H. Surprenant, damage to horse, hiaimess, etc, $5.00; costs, sjate va. Maihan, $10.70; vs. Geo. Feakes, No. 1, $12.55; va. Geo. Feakee No. 2, $15.35;, Geo. Feakes, No. 3, $13.46; va. Peter Johnson, $78.00; vs. Nina Wilson, No. 1, $18.65; ;vs. Nina Wil-eon.-No. 2, $29J0; vs. Frank Corry, $17.60; Wiu Lucas, $14.30; va A "'3. ' Pepl, 918.06;' va T. Prout, $10.80; vs. Ct.as. Sillier, $17.45; va Cwipt. Lewis, $9.65; vs. G. Holmes, $35.60; vs. G. Mandenaxa, $28.75; Frank J. Taylor, opinions regarding delinquent taxes, $26.00; Jaa. Corbctt, serving sub poenas for sher iff, $5.00; Oregon Telephone Co., telephone, for Nov., $3.00. Bills on Special Road Fund examined and allowed a follows: Will Deaiv 419.60. Lold Loomls. $19.60. labor Road Dist. No. 1; C. A. McOuire, (Continued on Fourth Page, Result of Kentucky Election Speaks for Itself. COLONEL SAM GAINS SPEAKS Bradley a Good Man but Would Have Fallen Short but for Hardin and Blackburn's Mistakes. Chicago, Nov. 7.-The Daily News Waah ington special says: Searetary Oaril&Ce returned from Ken tucky tUtls morning. He promptly gave orders to his acting aecreiary to say to nawupajper correspomleinu ttr.at he de clined to be rniterKewed on the resu.t in Kentucky. Air. Carlisle believes tliie result speaks for itself, and carries a po- iucai moral wWift it. Colonel Sam Gaines. chief of mails in the treasury department, who iwewt home to vote and returned winn, tine searetary, eaM: 'Colonel Bradley iia a good man. was clerk of the court of appeals of ivenioucKy ror many yeans and Colonel uradley practiced before the court. His a busty and popuMrlty have not been overestimated. But with these points in his favor he iwouM have been "1,000 votes eworc or election had Hardin .and BUck burn not eouwhit to override the expressed wan or une iemooratlc patuy." "Kentucky democrats wore with Sec. retary Oairtole In his opposition to free silver and mode their position c:ar in the platform, and wnen Hairdln ana Bltackbum twent into the camna.irn ana deliberately lUHd a revolt against the par. ty piaxiormL iwiey met the defeat tlhe-v deserved. Prominent Derrtocira'ts told me una they had been compelled to net rid of Blackburn and Hardin, and these two trrftaldng features were promptly brushed aside by Democratic votes. If Hardin aind BlacJdbunn hiad acquiesced in the plat- lonra ana eimpiy omitted the silver issue from their spheres bothi wouid have been ejected." In 1833 he beeaimo n member of the Ore gon iiteam Mavigntion Co., and a year later was made 1U vice prealdnnt. He came to Pasadena four years ago and purchased Canmelltu, which It laid out in beautiful landscape effects. He Dur ohused the Oneonti stock farnv etocking It with ome of the finest iioraea in the country. . I -flTAiffiiT rinnnn i nn human .mtam TEXAS REGATTA FINISHED. ANOTHER CHANCE. Thalt 'the Ooihatt-Fttasimmons Mill Will Come Off. . Dalian, Tex., 'Nov. 7. After the li:i In the pugftltstlc excitement for a few days matters lluaive taken a fresh start, Said Dam Stuart tonight: "I leaive for El Paso In the morning, and Unlink the place and time for Oorbcitt and Fftzsimmiona to tight will be found and fixed between now and Sunday. I aim making this move individually." AMBASSADOR BAYARD. Protection Styled as "Stolte SeciallEim.' THAT CHANNEL Experience of Captain Granger of Earl of Zetland. Drawing: Twenty Feet and Elfbt Inches She Was Grounded Three Times on the Down Trip. Captain Granger, of the Brit ltd bark Earl of Zetland, which arrived down from Portland yeatordny, spent the evening with friends athore and during .the course of conversation had considerable to ay about hie experiences on his trip. to Port land for his cargo of wheat. . The cap- uln is one of the typical eea-faring men, of medium height, rather slender build, and with a keen eye. He expects to sail for England today or tomorow.. He said: "We bad some Ifttle difficulty when first errlvtng In Portland. There seemed to Lave been no arrangements made for our btrth and we were told to anchor In the etneam. We did so, and were then board ed by an officer who Informed tu thai It would also be ' necessary to drop an anchor aoem. A ifew mlnuti-s sifter this instructions came for us to dock at 'a certain wharf and these little maneuvers just cost the Ship $20 extra. "Wo left Portland for Astoria at 8 o'clock yesterday morning. . Just after getting under way the ship was grounded opposite the Montgomery wharf In the harbor of Portland. The vessel wcj draw. ing 20 feet t Inches on leaving the dock and of course I aa somewhat disgusted to go aground at the starting point After considerable work we were floated tand proceeded down the river. . "At Hunters' Point we were, again grounded and touched bottom once mors at a place I think they called 'Jim Crow Point.' At 7 o'clock we cast anchor for the night, Jim above Oak Point, and cams on down ths river at half past tight the) morning. " . ."It .will be a great advantage to ship masters' when you get your reslroait to Astoria and we can get our cargoes here, Much delay, expense and annoyance will be -saved,' and ships having copper bot floras tarta snett be afe 4n coming; to the Oolnmbta for sarroca1 7 ,. . v -Captain ITSSnam seed be thoujhi 7m was voJdug tk tssncbnent of a maJorUy of sfaliMCBsMsrr whs visit this pore. Edirtburg, Nov. 7.-Unlted States Am bassador Hon. Thomas' E. Bayard, deliv ered the innugunal address Ohls evening to tlhe Fhillooophiicail Society. It was enti tled "Individual Liberty, the germ of na tional prcreas and permanency." The paper read by Mr. Bayard was a scholarly and patriotic address In which the Institutions of 'the United tSates were glorified. The moat striking passages were tlhtose in iwtvloh he denounced social ism and, protection. During his remarks he said: "In my country I have twtneased the insatiable growth of that form of state eoclailsm styled 'protection,' which, I be lieve has done more to footer clam legis lation and create inequality of fortune, corrupt public life, banish men ?f inde pendment nna and character from pub lic councils, blunt public conscience and nlace Dolitlca upon the low level of mer cenary scrunble than any other single cause. Excitement FROM UTAH. Dying Out Exact Not Tet In. Oaiuiaur Still the Champion Engllrti Win 'the Four Oared. ' Austin, Tex., Nov. 7. Jake Gaudaur Is etui t'lie champion of the aquatlo world. The contest was over a mile and a half couwe and the trophies were the cham' plonshlp Richard K. Fox challenge cup and a purse of $1,000. T.le Atarters wore B uoear and ITalncs, ui unKiana, ana jaxe uaudaur and Ras. Rogers, ot America. Before the auartar flase were reached on the upper courue names quit the race and Bubear also dropped out ten boat lengths below the mue oroa a half nag, leaving Gaudaur and Rogers to flnUh the race. Gaudaur won with a Ave. boat longths" lead, and came down the course under lain easy 31 stroke ana won the race in 20:69. The great four-oared race followed the single ecua. This race was over a mile and a ha lf course with a turn, three m!lr. for Dhe dhamplonrtilp of the iworld and a pttme or i&w. The etarten were Bubar, Barry. Haines and Wlngate, for England, and Teemer, Rogers, Charley and Jake dam. aaur ror America. The EnglMl crew won 'Dy etiree lengitlhs. Time. 17:20V. Tlh -winning of this race by the English crew aoeorus anem all of the Imoortant Innrri. at dhls regaiota. This concludes the re gatta. - v : May lose alab.vma. Damocrats Will Probaibly Drop the I'ree , ; ; silver Question. Birmingham, Ala.. Nov. 7. A conference will be held here tomorrow nld'it between Senators lloroun and Push and the f silver members of tlhe Alabama congres sional d.flog'a.toin to determine whether or not tney win continue the pro'eoutlon of the free silver carnDalirn Inaamrrated In. side the Democratic party in ths Mate. i.eaiung uumocraui are seriously eonsld orhig the advlealblllty of Fitonpinir nil dlsi cuaslon inside the party of Che currency and turning their attention to reuniting urn jjemwa-atic pairty ror wie coming con teat. It is feared ttiiait furnhor nvitntlnn of silver lnalde tlhe parly nilgiht bring on a pronounced split and the lays ot the state to the Domocraiey. COLD WATER. Was 'the Cauee of the Detroit Exploeton. Detroit, -Nov. 7. The work of rejoulnn the bodies of the vlctima of - Wednesday's expTosffdh-ld 'the Jotirnel btilldlnir went on steadily all diay and tonleht.' The list of missing about .eorreaoonds with nh ufiw uwiira TaKen out. Over thirty dead bodies have now been taken out and idenitilled. but the number of the dead wlil approximate fonty. To day's develop intents demonstrate that neg ligent care of the bollera was the eau;e of the accident. Official inspectors and competonlt engineers examined portions of the wrecked boll ens today and nronounc- ed the cause as row water, caufine a super-heated condition of the flues, which waw followed by a dangerous injection of com water. Once More' Falls',' to." .Carry in ' Massachusetts. NINETY PER CENT. DO NOT VOTE The Cause Secured 107,000 Votes, but Municipal Suffrage lor Women Defeated by 77,000. 'New York, Nov. 7. A special from Bos ton says: The majority against municipal suffrage for women wus 77,000. The euffrageLrts, represented by Dr. Henry B. Blackwell, tuy they are much encouraged by this re Bu.t, considering the email amount or umiiey .Uney cou.d use and the hort time fur Due work. llae "Vt" vote of 107,000 reveals to Uattn thubiands of new ifnendd, ihey ay, and they will 'begin at once Cue organiza tion of new ciuiuu to cairy on the agita tion and to secure municipal Burlrage trora une iegtsiture. On 'the oUner hand, the' managers of the ntain ciutDrage tutsoeJaUon are particularly p.eaued witn tbie mJorlty of 77,000. It is estimated thalt at Kaat 16,000 vote were cast by women for euftrage. Ihis would leave an advenes masculine majurhy of over 90,000, beaMee one demonstration '.bat a'oiout so per cent of the 'Women, taking One eit'ate Uamoug'n, do not core tor a vote at all. It U recalled that Uhe prohibitory con ji'tu'iiionul amiemiinient was defeated in li&i by 40,000 and the effect has been to prevent furtl.w agitation on that tine. ANOTHER CAMP. Railroad Work Being Pushed Rapidly. TO. STAND TOGETHER Chicago Railroads Will Stay With Mr. Hill. Flgurea Bait Lake, Nov. 7. Political excitement Is dying out and normal conditions again prevail. Little Interest Is taken in the returns today, the result having been so far dtltecmlined that there is no question, exceot for some minor offices. In the Third Judicial District, Including Salt Lake City, Uhe Dumocrats elected two of the five Judffis, with, chances about even on the third. Vancott (Dem.) for euuerintendent of school In Salt Lake county, was elected by 100 majority. Three supreme court Judges on the Republican ticket received the same plurality as the governor. The vote, o far as counted, showed Welle, for governor, about 2.501) ahead, and Alien, for congress, about 1400 ahead. Tne final count will not vary much from these figures. No further re turns have been received from Iho legls taitive ticket. Nothing more definite will be known as to the state until the final count. There is no law saying when the official canvass shall bo mude. OHIO RETURNS. OolumbtM, Nov. 7. The Repub'lew sta'e committee tonight figures the Republican plurality for governor at 95.067. Die Df m ocTu,ts carried 26 of the S8 counties in ths state. DECLARES FOR MeKt.VLBY. Lexington, Nov. 7.-The Leader, the Re. nuhlican inner n Kentucky, always I etalwart supporter of Governor McKinley far -the nrfukfencv. Hod ay oeciarea ror McKinley for president and GoVcrnor-e:ec; Bradley for vice-prcsideit. So Far as Possible Will Help Defeat the Threatened Strike on Great Northern. Chicago, Nov. 7. All railroad having headquarters in Chicago have given pcsl tlve assurance 'to President Hill, of the Great Northern, that aa far as lies In tlheiir power Ohcy will co-operate with him In defeating the A. R. U. e:r.k now tlhrealteined on his road. This support of the Oreo Northern is Uhie outgrowth of a plan pursued by the generail managers of Chicago when they iwere dealing 'Wltf, the strike of last yeo.r. Mr. HH4 has en gaged a detective agency to furnlth him armed guards and 'tuis advised the Chi cago railroad managers that h!s road would employ any roJIrond man out of work who have not committed an act of violence in Chicago or elsewhere against Ihe avails during the strike of 1891. The murk of construction on the itall- roaid east of Tongue Point ia being push ed 'forawrd rapidly, and Contractor Cory is determined to do all that can be done this winter. Yesterday 'morning at 9:30 the steamer O. K, took a large amount of camp outfit. tools aind eunulies bo Burnelde Pent, to gether with about 30 men, who establish ed anouiljer oaimp ot workmen on another section . under Sub'-CotttmacUr Parker. Other men -will be added to tttl camp in the near future and wlH be engaged all winter on heavy rock work. i Mr. Corey yesterday brought down from Uhe Low Is and Clarke,' on the steamer Rich, tons of the old tools, harness and outfit ifonmerly used on the Nebailem road and piled tin em up In the rear ot hie ofllee In Wve Welch block. Whatever can be mudo rtt for use In the new work will be utilised. Much of It 4a pnactlcai:y use leas from long exposure. BUILDING NOTES. Arec'Jheir 'Lot of Deeda Were Filed Yes , terday for Kocord. In yasterdiay'is mention of the new deals Jijtit nuide the statement should have aald that the lot purchaised by D. K. Warren was situated on Bond street, adjoining Roes, Hlggina & Co. It lo ruirored that Charles WIrkkala will oredt a building for himself on the corner ot 7th and Bond street. August Erlckeon yesterday wired his agents, R. L. Boyle & Co., to dispose of all 'the houses on the lot he recently pur dhtased on 7th and Aetor streets, and have the same removed before December 1st, preparatory 'to the erection of his build ing.. THE WAR CRY. Gives Astoria a Good Lift in Business. Tho last issue of that most creditable paper published weekly in New York, by Uhe Salvation Army people, gives Astoria a good left In business and wUl no doubt Influence many people favorably towards "the city by the eea." The article rcfered to was written by Catpnin James Weston, the leader or Uhe forces in Astoria and describes In a comprehensive manner her large tithing Industries and various manufactories, giving- complete statistics of production and contain four splendid views. One pict ure Is of the city looking east toward Tonirue Point, another is a sea view, a 'hlrd the army hall, and the fourth the custom house. " Aetorlans ,r cerUlnly Indebted to Capt. Weston for his good services. OLD ERIK. WHAT ENGLAND 8AY8. London, Nov. 7. Ths Globe this after noon, commenting upon the recent olec ttorw In tlhe United States, ay: . "Wo think no question is likely to arise before the presidential year w4ii.Hi will bring the IVrmoornts back to power. 80 far as our relations with ihe United Stites are concerned, the Issue Is of ex ceedlngly little importance." ' Tf tm -town. -I"s ths best; "WwB't n mmr routrtocs (be skin; Won't "yellow your clothes." You wti! be ajrreeabiy surprised. Sorry yea didn't know tt sooner. Tomooa's Soap Foam, fargs pBtfkogel, ':'; i.v,S,.C.RED DEAp., ,.( ' rtUsVt,-CakNoy. 7- S. O. Red died fcls reea re is, Ibis el'y thu stfernoflh-.' Rr. Jleed 'l? not.b.-en in good heslrh fn -me yVam Shd Saturday be wss stricken th para'veis, which terminated in his d -wet todar. Ur. Hied wss both In Euc Ablngton, Msos., In im. Is "J Mr. Reed cams to ths PaolOs coast and settled In Oregon. Is Again Hold Out to ths Reorgunlxcre. Cleveland, Nov. 7. An evening paper euys: In Rainlpo, N. Y., a ftup'-njuun rail way transaction wa.j offjeted .v?. erday. The vast Erie system was sold to C. H. Coster, Louis A. Fltsgnt-vld, and Anthony J. Thomas, the reorganization committee, for $20,000,000 over and above the bonded Indebtedness of the road. For many months the Erie htm tuvt manage! to struggle along under a debt of nearly rS.O'jO.OM. Reasonably bonded, It would be a money maker. THE MARKETS. Now York, Nov. 7. HVips Steady. Liverpool, Nov. 7. W.wat Spot, quiet; dnnuvnd poor; No. 2 red winter. 5a 3d; No. 2 red spring and No. 1 hard Manitoba soocks exhausted: No. 1 California, M i'jd. London, Nov. 7. Hup-UnclnamKed, Partlamdl Nov. 7 'Whoat Valley.. 51c; Waila, Walla, 48c. 7600 200 BUYERS AND SELLERS. Tho following transfers of real estate were Wed for record in the county record er's office yesterday: Miry B, Knowles and 3. W. KmowCes to August Brlckaonf un divided one-half of lot 4. block II, MriCluree) addition J. O. Han thorn and wife to Aug ust RrlcOcMon, undivided one-half ot 4, ttoek 11. McClure'e Clfment Rmdbury amd wife to Oarf Ahtars, Lot 14. Block 31. Brad bury's Second Addition to Ocean Grove.., T,m. Murray to C. F. West and C. S. Oarthee, Lot 9, Cock 7, Skip anon addition C. B. Upton and wife to M. Foard, F. R. Stokes, P. A. Stokes, and Ellv Jam.n. undivided east one hn!f Block 111, Shlvely's Astoria.. J. N. Dolph and wife to It, Foard, P. A. SOokes F. R. Stokes, and Ellv Jo-nscm, 'unkllvtded one-half of Block 111, Hhlv-ely's AetorU D. SDuait Jr. and wife to T. D. (A-wnellua, Lots 1 to 30 Inclusive, Block 10, Menrlwether Downs J. H. emililh to J. O. 7'antlhorn ertxt khury II. Knowleis, Lot 6, Block! 8. McCiure'e i D. K. Warren and wife o J. O. Hanftlhorc and Mary B. KnawCes, Lot , Block M, McCture's 10 90 10 10 lW scat Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report n 1 ( "1