The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, November 14, 1899, Page 7, Image 7

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    Tlihl MOKNHG ASTOJtlAN, TUESDAY X0VJ5MBEH 14. It 99.
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LIKES
-I5v A BABY
1
CUTICUBA trVN VIINTIiinHio. .
ml wholMoiM lht all aa may laas'll wltt
1'iwire anu Miuint. Its mtuliio. It to etaal
nil cImiim the blood In ecsem end other
tortnrliis, dlsrtrurlng humor, ruli, tad
irrltetlutie, nbllt warm baths with Cctrxu
Soar claanee th lurfaee uf emus ami aralae,
ml cnl anointings wit Cutitum Hint.
iil ionibe and he Itching, burning skla,
.lasixafkMik.,,... f'Tus Hsn ...Cm.
C.r.s. l'., aww. AUASwoawaj t au. fcM.
Trun pnlnia consists Irf being
y one's ,.f, mill In nuking every
body about line as easy a you ran
IMMENSITY OF
HER UNDERTAKING
The Knllsh People ire Beglnnlnj; lo
Realize What Their Afrlcun
War Means.
DISADVANTAGE
OP DISTANCE
JTt D .SFAdftiK
T-j. ytk.lj' I
Karl's Clover Root Tea
IWtilUa h. C-.mplril.Hi. I'.irlftw lh
, l-wh. Ir.rSklit. tr.l
lMII,.H, It,.!.,..!!,,,,, 4 lifup,!,.,,, (
'r i L ,Au a.rl.l I
l.Milf, M.,1,1 ii,4u (Mkr.nm lv a,i
lru,iK. ., ,IMi an.0,
C WCLlft 4 CO.. ItROV, N. V.
The I'rcscnt Depression a Nntura
Sequel to the Careless Ignorante
Kith Khkh Kruycr's Chal
lenge Was Kci'cluri.
V hat man d.ri la the rc tt of
what limn la; and to talk of what
ItVttl things cup would accomplish, f
he haJ mora activity of mind, la to any
how m run man would be If h only
had more strength.
NERVITA PILLS
Btttort VlUtlty Uit VIor tod Maottood,
Cure Impotence, Nlcht Kmlslonand
wasting tHwascs, all effects of arlf
iTjft "I'lisc, or excess and lmlls
f 2crctIon- A ,rve tonic and
V? f?MHl bulMer. Hrlng the
il Yliik jjlow to pale checki and
lA-WrmtorM the fire of youth.
pTMtHy mall M)e per box, O boxes
jor )?:.u; wan n written una ran.
too to euro or refund tho money.
Send for circular, Address,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton A Jackson St CHICAGO, IU
Fur Sal by Charles lis tra. Druglat.
Aster!. Oregon.
H F Prael Transfer Co.
Tlrpbon n
DRAYINU AND EXPRESSING
Ail Couda Shipped to Our Car
tt.ll Receive Bptelal At'eatloa.
AeUrl. Or
W. J. COOK. VlfT
Rao. Tei. 111.
PofAT TICKETS
' RAILWAY POINTS EAST
Through pnlaoe andTtourlat sleepers,
dining and library obarvt!on ca.ra.
KI.KOANT VKSTIHULH TIIA1N3.
No, 4, "Flyer," leave Tortland at 2:30
p. m.
No, 3, "Flyer," arrived Portland at
8: 3D a. m.
For rate, rto., call or addreas
0, W. LOUNSniCHRT.
Agent 0. R & N., Astoria.
w
A, B. C. DKNNISON.
C. T. & T. A., Tortland, Ore.
Ii
T
UXUHIOUS 1 HAVEL
rilHE "North.Weitern Limited" tralm.
eleotrlo lighted throughout, both In
aide and out, and tem heated, r
without xeepilon, tha nneat tralna In tha
world. They embody the Utaat, naweai
ud beat Idoaa for comrort. convenieno
and luxury aver offered tha traveling
public, and altogether are the most com.
Plete and aplendld production of tha oar
builders' art,
Theae Splendid Trains
Connect with
The Great Northern
The Northern I'aclflc and
The Canadian l'uciflc
AT BT. PAUL FOR
CHICAGO and the CAST.
No axtra charge for these superior so.
commodatlons and all classes of tickets
r, available for passage on the famous
"North-weatem Limited." All trains o
this Une are protected by the Interlocking
Block system,
W. H. MEAD. F. C. SAVAQK,
Oen'l Agent, T A.
Portland Ore.
lit-llltelllg,rn'-r.
A war to ttu d-ulh la miw In full blunt
and no due u n,(, ,r.s, hi-ri. It
ttlll ti). Tin- I. l nitli'i-a i.f ttir .N'.inh-
ern ruririi diid Caimdlaii 1'a. ini: havf
full puwer It, hi-I un.l tin- tit M will
g to ttluivvrr ix'ltit the lin-at .Nnrth
ern agi-a will mk It. Nr will
tl'.-iv Ih- any -t up until a niwiinl.il
HKI-.-.-IM.-IH tin Imvii niu lii'd which will
Insurr tho Northt'rn riu ltlc and Ciiiui-
ilUn Pailfi' thin rote-cutting in Scnttl.
la t" K p. riiiiiiiciiily t.iMl.
Owing t tin? rwtrlclldiia i.f tlw In-
ti'iatiitu rixtiiniTi'i. Iiw all tin- Urn's nr.
inulntulnlng full tiu-IIT rut.-a ovrr their
coiinliT. tint .iiiiillcAiita for Hck-tHl
there mn r-adlly And n lig,Mit luK fur
(liw.int wh'i In willing to riire a
llckei nt tin tut nii.ii. Initther wirta,
It helnii an lniMmjllilllty fir nny rmd
to e l),..,w th pulillnhed tiirlffn. th.7
re iuMTntlng thri'igh outfit. bxhhh.
any mimlxr of ulnim wore ycatcrday
Inking rnr of all trnvliar to thp Kiut.
ft-i fur tin' w.ir tins only Involved the
I11I1111I or thro tra i.h ulti.'iitiil lln.-a.
Ageiitu of th Kititrrti lln nixhlng
n far wmt 11a Hi. I'mil are. up to the
present time, ki.,lng out of the flK'ht
and maintaining rates to Kruttle ac
cording lo turllT. As a coiuHqucnre
they ! doing bu: llttlo bualtn-ua In the
psawnger di'portmiMits. An agreement
him been ru'h.d by thi-ae rvutda, how
ever, to hold aloof from the trouble
only for a few iluys to sm what the re
sult will be, or how king the nght will
continue. Hhould It procwl for more
than a few days they will enter the
arena and gvniTiU war will prevail.
The Great Nor:h-rn. as yet, has re
ceived no liu.truc.lona from 81. Paul as
to what course It will be permitted t
pursue, und until such Is revived any
set llgutv ua to wh.iv Koatrni tickets
will full to In speculative. All (Ireiit
Northern iiyn a, iio.vevcr, are dHng
liUflni-. at th old 11 n I ami m-lllng
tlckt t the rut-Mi miUntiilni-U liml
right.
1h liUiory nf the rm.Mit trouble
was puhllahiil in the Piwt-tntelllgencer
tm To-winy innnilnK lnt, wherein It
wis rUlmeil by the .igHeved IIii.-h that
th, Unit NiM'.hei'ii was, throiiKh her
ngMt, soiling a Chicago ticket at a
reduction .if t;. This, however, was
only in second clii.ui or tourist bUHl
nitw. The ag-uts of the other Initial
hns, fur two wc-ks .Mint, have Ix-on
collecting cvlil.vice iitfultiKt the nvul In
the way of .tin luvlts ami tlckct.t pur-rhus-tl
'jy tlncllwa, Thtue were sent
to hea VUiu" rs with the remitt that
the Joint orl r, giving full power to
IochI nin.'es, was Issued and tho war
began. A liirife number of extra out -slilo
iigiMits have been put to work by
all muds and ,he "raveling public Is
enjoying the VmoIIi of which more will
prolnihly (Mine.
Prior to September tost the Chicago
tickets, which nil three transcontinental
lines hud ngreeil to maintain, were
selling nt Sni.no nint class mid ird.MV
Hcron l class. Then onme the rate war
between Chicago and Ht. Paul lines
which threw the local tickets btwecn
these points down from $11.60 to $6. All
Mm then Ihsih.I a new turllT milking
the second class ticket to Chicago $16.
using $40' to St. Paul and the cut ticket
.as a base. The first clans ticket was
not molested until about a wvk ago
when, owing lo the continuation of the
St. Paul-Chloi war. It was reduced
$1 and ft new tariff Issued nt $57.60.
Plnee that time the Northern Pnelflc
und Canadian Peine maintain that they
have religiously kct the tariff until,
unable to further stand tho loxs of bust
ncsB occasioned by the Oivnt North
ern rut, they wvre forced Into the pres
ent opt-n war.
AM now depends on the leadership of
the C.ieat Northern. If that line should
further reduce, rales may he expected
to come tumbling down at a rapid rate
to all points eiLst of Seattle, All Inter
ested claim that the war, In nny event,
will remain In force several duys.
Sparkling GIqgg Ware.
Cut glass, or any
kind of glass ware,
window panels and
mirrors will sparkle
if you use Gold
Dust. It does the
work your muscle
has to do when
you use soap.
Aw4 tot rraa kMkK-0Maa Mai
for MMMviirt ."
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
Cekafs II. Laals fUvtwt
of those who are not acrustomel to It.) JOEY HAD A LITTLE DOO.
There la a dlAVrn(e of 20 and rnv-
times so degre In the temisTiilure of You'.h' Comianlon.
the ahude and aujishlue. Watr will! The teach tr of a district school In
fr-i-zo In the shade, while twenty fvt ' Maine telle a story that reminds me of
away men may be working In their Mury and her little lamb, only It Is of
shirt sleeves. .,, and his little dog.
The mitlvi-s seem to be entlrHy In-' Joe wus a boy about 8 years old. and
uretl to cold and go alsut bnrefoot'd was devolttl to a small, l.ink
puppy.
and barelegged over tho Ice and stones Out tf school hours boy and dog were
!ns"piirbl and Jie aiar ntly could
not reconcile hlms-lf to the neeenslty
of leaving the dog at home. For ev
eral mornings the trncher allowed ih-v
puppy to remain at Joe"e f-t under the
desk.
Thvn there came a day when the
small dog could not be kept qui -t, but
frisked about, to the delight, of the
school and dismay of the teacher.
'"Joe," she said firmly, "you must take
that dog out."
Joe otik-l at !vt mournfully, but
picked up the pup, and with his head
agalnit his check, started for the dur,
Th" boy'a filings were evidently hurt,
but he said nolhlng until he reached
the door; th--n, giving his teacher a
reproachful look, 1ih a pitying gkince
toward his dog, he rUd slowly, "And
he's nan'.-J for you!"
Indifferently, without regard to the
temperature; but they have a way of
lriar the blankets on their hmds
and wrapping up their fores to kep
the pure air out of their throats and
nostrils. The women, who. herd the
fltH'ks. are often out n the mountain
or weeks hi a time without shelter or
anything to eat, ex -.-pi parched corn,
t rip of dileJ meat and coca Paves,
which are the most werful of nerve
stimulants. Chicago Record.
A POEM ON MANKIND.
Like what Is man, but like a aproutlns
That grows and ripens but to cast Its
seed
Among the thistles and the tares nf life
Ana men to eee It strangled In th;
tife?
Or like the clouds that wander with the
bree.e
And pass unnoticed from a life of ease?
ur line musnroom, sprung to life,
alas!
To starve or strangle in the tangled
grass T
These are thought that are apt to
come to many people at times, espe
cially when they are sick and have to
pay big prices for medicines. But there
Is one drug store In Oregon where you
can save from 10 to 26 per cent on
everything you buy, and that Is J. A.
Clemenson's Drug Btore. at 227 Yam
hill street. Portland, Ore. At that tort
you can get Hood Sarsaparllla at 70c;
Vellen's Food, $1 site, 65c; Bromo Selt
zer, II size, 70c, and everything else at
the same low rate. You can get rd
trading stamps there, and If you need
the Natural Body Brace, you ean get It
mere.
THE PROOF
of the pudding la In the esttlag
and the proof of liquors
IS IN SAMPLING
That's as argument that's con
elusive- deatonotratkm.
Oars will auiad the test
HUGHES & CO.
A QITSTION OK HKADOEAH. '
One of the English cricketers with
the Indian Prince, last week, was talk
ing with a Nmv York man and a Phll
ndolphlan atsiut wearing straw hats
with overcoats. "I am told that New
Yotkeis ape the English In manners
and dress," h said, "and yet when I
went with a friend to visit the stock the composer of "In the Bagguge Coach
exchange, a few days ago, he wouldn't' Ah-ad" ami other popular ballads, Is
i,e m.. . .i-w k.t .Ht.n...k dead. He was born In Cincinnati In
" " " . 153 and was a graduate of Gaines Col
wcuwier was very warm una anyining eg. In that city.
else was uncomrortable.
"I saw men walking the streets bare
headed, mopping tlrelr foreheads and
carrying heavy felt or cloth hats In
their hands. I was told that some un
J. L. Davis, the negro song writer,
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
RIVER RAILROAD.
written law 'called In' all straw ha ssve.
ftcr September 15, no matter what
the climate. Now, that Is not English.
A London swell will wear a straw hat!
PORTLAND.
Arrive.
1:00 a. m. Portland Pnlon Depot. U:li a.m
i 7:00 p. m. for Aatorla and Intera :wp.m.
mediate points.
! ASTORIA. I
T.45 aTm. For Portland 4 Infill :0a.ra,
I 10 p.m. termedlate point lO:Mp.m.
SEASIDE DIVISION.
CURIOUS CLIMATIC CONDITIONS.
At Alto Crucero water freezes every
night of the year and the thermometer
frequently fallal to 6. 8 and 10 degrees
below xero. There are no facilities for
nrtllk'lal heat not even a fireplace
and people keep themselves warm by
putting on ponchos and other extra
wraps. Mr. Grundy, who has charge
of the smelter at Maravlllas, say that
this winter tho thermometer has fre
quently fallen to 8 degrees below lero
In the sitting-room of his residence,
but the family have felt no discomfort
from the lack of stoves and furnaces,
and have sat around the evenLng lamp
reading and chatting Just as they are
accustomed to do at ordinary tempera
ture. At noonday the sun is intensely hot,
because of the elevation and the rarity
of the atmosphere, and blister the flesh
....Astoria....
...Warrenton.
....Seaside....
ia. tn.ip. m.
Ar 7:40 4K
I.vl 7:l 1:31
'Art t:ir 1:10
Lvf l.-U! i.ii
when the weather warrants It, if he is' 7.45
not attending strictly to social duties.
Th? only thing he Is particular about
is the timely and nroner use of a ton I' m.ia.m l
hat-a iM-aver, as you call It. Now, Ii VJJJ'VS,1.'
Siv New York men wearing beavers' 5:.wiMJl.v
with all sorts of Incongruous clothes,! :SftL1:00Ar.
and even with brown shoes. (aPECIAt, SEABIDE PUNDAY TRAIN
"Now, here In Philadelphia I find Iave Astoria at 8:30 a. tn.; arrives at
them more English than In New Tork 'Seaside : a. m.
wl'h regard to straw hats. They go to) Psengers may return on any train
the other extreme and wear them when j,ho'n on chdul 0I same date,
frost Is in the air. It must be an aw- AU' TRAINS to and from Se.aide run
ful shock to a New York man's nerves 1 F"vl ,nd H""n"d rift Warren
to see tho recklessness of Philndel-1 'ah ,raina make close connections at
phlans In wearing sti-aw hats so far out; Qohie 1th all Northern PaclHc tralna
of season."
A REPUTABLE POO.
Judge V.uinsky Says th Animal May
Roam .it Will.
Pan Frnncisco Examiner.
" 'It would seem that the common
la.v vests In a reputable dog the rlRht'"1 ,reel.
to go und come when he llsteth with
out charging his master for trespass,' "
said Judge Murnsky, quoting from the
opinion of Chief Justice Ryan, of Wis
consin, while considering the suit of
Onlseppe Gallettl ngaln.it W. 8. Wykvs.
Mr. Oallcttl owned an Ice cream and
soda water resort which was decorated
with a large mirror reaching from the
floor to tho celling. While Mr. Wykes
was passing Mr. Oallettl's place a small
fox terrier In his possession left his fdde
and went Into the store. Catching sight
of his reflection in the glass, the dog
darted forward, his hair ruffled up as
If he were about to engage In deadly
combat, lie ran against his reflection
with such force that the glass was
broken Into fragments.
Mr. Gallettl gathered up the shreds
and sued for damages, alleging thnt
Mr. Wykes ought have kept his dog
under control. In the justice's court
Judgment for $100 was given fur the
plaintiff, and an appeal was taken to
Judge Murnsky'B court.
Because of his view of the law Judge
Murasky gave Judgment for the defen
dant, Indicating that the owner of the
dog wns not guilty of negligence, and
that It was really not his fault that the
dog ran against the glans and broke It.
to am', 'ram the east or Sound points.
At 1 ort'.and with all trains lesvlng
Union depot.
At Astoria with I. R. & N. Co.'s boat
and ra Ine ti and from Ilwaco a'd
Nor h "
TUKOL'OH TICKETS on sale ai As
:oria for Sersn.Mo, 8.ii. Franciaco, all
Eastern anu b,u.uta points.
City ticket office Asto.la. (14 Coniinei.
J. C. MAYO.
Qen'l Pr't and Pans. Agent,
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS.
Ladle who go to Portland and desire
something especially fine In the way of
laiior-maae suit win 00 well to remem
ber that they can be well fitted at t D.
Boyer's IT Fourth treet In the Y. 11.
C. A. building.
Not only doe he keen a trlotIy first-
class cutter for men's wear, but also
one exclusively for ladles' work, and
all can rest assured of getting not only
aooo worn, out ne oest or materials,
a Mr. Hoyer i an expert on woolen
cloths.
J. A. Fastabend
General
Contractor
and Builder
House-moving Tools lor Rent.
L. LEBECK
Carpenter arid Builder
General Contractor
HOUSE RAISING; AMD
MOVI.Nd A SPECIALTY
Astoria Public Library
RXADINO ROOM FRES TO ALU
Open every .ay frost I esioek to !:
aa4 :M te I t s as.
Mbecrtptlosj rate a per anaoaa.
Wast Cor. Kloveau aa4 Onaae Streetc
TXMPLB LODOB NO. 7. A. F. A.
M. Regular commuoleatlona held os.
the first and third Tuesday evtalag of
each month. J. N. GRIFFIN, W.
U.; Z. C. HOLD EN. Secretary.
Open Day
and Night.
Lh PALACE
' W. V. Whlpple.ProprietC r
Finest Restaurant North of San Francisco
THEY CUT AND FIT.
uwo Fashionable Furrier Who Are
turning wen-Merited Approval
Good work, correct style and perfect
fit speak louder for the furrier than
any advertisement that can be written.
Appltgath & Prasll. the fashionable
furriers, at 143 Third street, between
Aioer ana Morrison, guarantee abso
lute satisfaction In every case where
a purcnase Is made at their establish
ment Both gentlemen are practical
cutters and flttars. who have been em
ployed In some of. the largest houses
in tne principal cltle of the United
States. There Is a style and finish to
all work turnjd out by this firm that
stamp both gentlemen experts In this
business. Garment will be taken to
be made over or repaired, and the work
turned out with the least possible de
lay.
WHERE TO EAT.
Why at The Eastern,' of course. 170
intra Bi.. Portland. You can get a
good layout for 15 cent here, which
will satisfy your hunger and bring you
oacx again to tne same Place. Remem.
ber the Eastern.
A FEW
INTERESTING
FACTS
Oregon Short Line
Railroad.
THE DIRECT ROUTE TO
Montana. Utah, Colorado
and all Eastern Points.
Gives choice of two favorite routes, via
the I'nlo.. r .'.0 Fast Mall Line, or
the Rio Grande 8cenlo Lines.
LOOK AT THAI TIMW!
U Diivs f.i Snlt Lake
i . j . favor
3J Days to Chicago
" " Vpiv York.
Free reclining chain, upholstered tour,
lat sleeping cars, and Pullman pallet
sleepers, operated on all trains.
For further Information, apply to
Or Astoria, Oregon,
C. O. TERRY, W. E. COM AN,
Tra v. Pass Agt. Gen, Agent.
124 Third SU, Portland. Or.
Q. W. LOUNS3ERRY,
Agent, O. R. & N.,
When people are contemplating a ttft
wnetner on business or pleasure, the)
naturally want the best service ob
tainable so far as speed, comfort air
safety Is concerned. Employes of tk.
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINEL ar
uald to serve the public and our tralnt
are operated M as to make cloee cos
nectlona with diverging lines at al.
Juncvtlon points.
Pullman Palace Sleeping sod Chair Can
on through tratra.
Dining Car senrKa unexcelled. Meal,
served la carta.
In order to obtain thla flvst claaa eenrtc.
ak tha ticket agent to sell you a tlcse
over
TheWisconsin Central Lines.
.a you will ui.kr direct conni-c.tonb a
8L Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee ant'
all point a east.
For any further Information call on aa
ticket agent, or correspond with
JAS. C. POND, Gen. Pass. Agtnt,
or JAS A CLOCK, Milwaukee, Wis.
General Agent
H Biark Bt rortland Ore
ATTENTIVE SERVICE....
FIRSTCLASS CUISINE..
PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES.
5.3 Commercial St.. Astoria. Oregon
W F SCHElBEj thV'AiwVysTVenVble.
A lull line of Plpa. Tsbecc.
so 5mofcV Article.
474 Commercial Bt.
"La Belle Astoria" Clear
Scbelte's Opera Star
Scheme's Special
And Othr Brandt
C Jf TRENCHARD,
f nmmtednn RrnVprairA Cutom House Broker.
Insurance and Shipping:.
ASTORIA, OREGON
Agent W. F. AO, and Pacific fcxDreaa Co'l.
The Leading Visiting and Wedding Card
...Engravers...
i
22 ft 23 WASHINGTON BUILDING. P0UTLAND. OK., Over Utt's.
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HE
SAINT PAUL
MARNE
III
ISSIICE
m
ST. PAUL. MINN.. JAN. itst, 1899.
Capital .... 500,000.00
Reserve for Unearned Fremium 1,016,407.87
Reserve for all Other liabilities 222,691.07
Net Surplus over all Liabilities 784,888.78
$2,523,987.72
DEPART
Fast
Mall
8 p. m.
8pokne
fiver
i 10 p. m
PISO'S
CUR
Efor GDnsumptlon
gVft Sold by Drugglita everywhere,
WW
I began v.:
-J years ago, and believe it saved K
me from consumption. My child
1m is subject to Croup. Piso's Cure
mJ always relieves him. Mrs. B.
--jjJ CRANDELL, Mann3ville, Ky.,
9m 1.1 .L -a.
The Pino Company. Warren, Pa. July 9th, 1 899,
TIB icHEDULE5
From Portland
Asatvs
oalt Ukc, Ucnv. r, Ft ! r. ,
Worth, Omaha, KanH :
nas City, Louis, ....MHl'
t'hlcaiju aud Kant. , 6-4j p m.
Walla Walla. Hpokaniil M,.ka.
.MiniietipollK, Si.l',iulJ !PJ,1kl,u
Duluth, Mllw-aukerJ s.''
CbteaKoaud Ea-st, su m-
Kiom Amoria
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS
All Sailing Dates cub
jeel to clmnife. I
For tn Francisco Sail
K'-V. 4 9, 14, 10, 24. S91
iinei Htt
udy
Colcmbta River
Steamers
To Portland and
Way Landing.
Sam ex Mo
udav
1:
7 a. m.
Tuea.Thu
ami bat.
KIpAria
Iave dly
1:40 a. m.
Wlllametta and Yam- 8:30 p.m.
bill Rivera. Moti.,Wt'd.
Oregon city, Dayton, snd Frl.
Way-Itndiugs. 1
5nak River.
Rlparlato Lewlston.
i Lt lwlKtn
1 10 a m
daily
! Fmui Portland
a.m. IWILLIMEITEKA-EU
Mod, WedOreiton Citv, Newberg, Tiu. Thui
Friilay I Balem & Way-Laud a. Saturday
Q. W. LOUNBBERRT,
. . Agent Astoria.
W. H. HURLBURT,
Oem. Pa. Art. PartlajU. Or.
WHITE COLLAR LINL
ColurMHa River and ruaret Sound Navt-
gauon company.
Bailey Gatiert leave Aatorla dallv.
except Sunday, at 7 p. m.
Leave Portland dally ezoept Bun
day at 7 a. m.
White Collar line ticket and a R
& N. ticket interchangeable on Bailey
Gatiert and Hassalo,
A. J. Taylor. Astoria Art.
U. B. SCOTT, Telephone 111
President
Total Assets
PACIFIC DEPARTHENT.
CHARLES CHRISTENSEN. Manager.
B. GOODWIN. Assistant Manager.
ai7California St., S. F., Cal.
SAMUEL ELMORE & CO. Agents,
Astoria, Oregon
State
Normal School
MONMOUTH. OREGON
Training School for Teackers.
New Buildings
New Department.
Ungraded Country School Work.
Graduates Secure Good Positions.
STRONG COURSES-Well equipped training department. Normal Bourse,
quickest and best way to State Certificate.
Expense for year from $110 to 1190; Board SI 50 to 13 per week; Tuition, OI
per term of ten week. Fall term begin September lth; Summer term June IT
to September t Foe catalogue address p. L. CAMPBELL. Pre Id asst.
or W. A. WANN. See f:'Faculty.
KOPP'S BEST
A Delicious and
Palatable Drink
Absolutely . Pure
The North Paoiflo Brewery, of which Bottled Deer for family use or keg
Mr. John Eopp is proprietor, make berr beer supplied at ay time, delivery in
tor domesHo and export trade. the city free.
JStorth Pacific Brewery