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THti MOlLNlJlG ASTOJUAN, ViDXRS.MY XoVEMMl! IS, m.
flakes tht Hair grow. Clear
the Complexion. Soften and
whitens the Hands. Preserves
and beautltlc the skin of In
fants and Children.
ItaHaHtf V. MMaMf aaHaHaa1. (Mat'.
Itoftrss. n.r U aaa If laa mmi iMmiIi as
sanlmaaa kasausata, MlMparMMiMli
MHU4 aala,aa4 Mf !
a-4 mfyvlw trtM tmii Wssf, l.ul.a.
tWIM U. IC. f.SS.SalS fw, I ill S. XT 4.
A llv baby m takii to the New
York morgue by mistake and put In an
lt tox. The mlwuke wee discovered
too lute, mil I ho baby dlnl,
Karl's Clover Root Tea
lUaiillftaa K CnmpWtlnn, uHA l),s
ml ,(! Kmh.llrarSaln, liiml.n
llM1l.n, liuhaMll.m, and til KruiHIona
jii. ttalii. An ! l.siail N.v.
lonlr, HnlJ ,.n ''"las by all
maMi al s&, tot. ,1HJ .(io,
a. C. WCLL 4 CO.. KNOT, N. V.
A iuprrtlllou native of Dominica,
offered hi rhllil a sacrlflre to hi
heathen (nd, In lit hp of finding
supposed hidden treasure.
Restart Vliallly. Lett VIor aid Msekeot
Cure Impotence Night KmlMloniand
waitme dioeaac, ail effects 01 self.
i abuse, or excess and India
Jcpctlnn. A non e tonlo and
rt lIxxl builder. Urine the
i iriina glow iu pmc mcni sou
jKVftlvrf,t)rf the Are of youth.
ft -rMr '7 man ouc per box, u ooxct
fur 2.AO; with written guaran
ty to euro or refund the money.
Send tor clroular. Address,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
COraon Jaokaon 8ta CHICAGO, IU
For Sal br Charts Baa arm, Druggist.
GRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All Oeods Balpa is Our Car
sV'll Rseolve apattal AtteatleaL
. M Duaa It,
W. J. COOK. MflT.
3U. Tat Hi,
?BBTHEBH to u
MpAlLWf POINTS EAST
Through palace and tourlit aleepen,
din In k and library ohaervaUon oara.
I.-I.HHAXT VK.4TtniTL.I0 TRAINS.
No. 4. "Flyer k-vi I'ortlunil at i 10
No. 3, "Flyer," arrive! Portland at
1:30 a. m.
For ratee, etc, call or addreM
O. W. LOUNBBBRRT.
Agent 0. R. h N., Atorta.
A. t. C. DHNNISTON,
C. P. ft T. A Portland. Ore.
THE "North.Weitern Llmlled" tralni.
lootrle lighted throughout, both In
' aid and out, and ateim heated, are.
without exception, the Itneet trains In the
world. They embody the Uteat, neweit
and beet Idea (or oomfort, oonvenlenoe
and luxury ever ottered the traveling
public, and altogether are the not com
plete and splendid production of the oar
Thee Splendid Train
The Great Northern
The Northern Pacific and
The Canadian Pacific
AT T. PAUL FOR
m. tr-m w a irur: n if
CHICAGO and the EAST
No extra oharga (or the uperior ao.
eommodatlon and all claeeee of tlclteu
arVavJlabl for paeaag on the famous
"North-western Limited." Alt train m
till line are protected by the Interlocking
W. H. 1UBAD. F. C. BAVAOa.
Oea'l Agent, T A.
CONSTITUTE A MAN
Negative ind Affirmative Discussion
of in Important Subject.
A TEXT FROM JEREMIAH
Sermon 1'rcBchccl at the Method 1st
Church Last Sunitny Myht by
Dr. Imiiic t'enrt.
The following l a ynopM of an
Inlnrranlng Ttim itvtu'liel by Dr.
Iwwe prart at live M1hodlt thutrh
"Wanted a Man" Jeremiah S, I.
"Hun ye to and fro through the
etrvet of JerueaJi'm, and now, tuid
know and vk In the broail pUice
thrrcof, l( y ran Ond a man."
We are not to undrtiind by lhf
words that thrre were no mtt In the
t'lty of Jorudlt'in. No, Tlvi-re was tha
opulent man: there wu iw scholarly,
rabbi: there u the riulm-ut b.irtia-
ter, tllerv wn the tllNtliigUlxhed legla-
lator, and there waa tho at'libe of
luperlntlva akllk The meaning I that
there waa rui iiuin In the t'lty Unit
miimureil up to the divine .irngnn or
of find' rimiUu of liitrinelc man
hood. Jeremiah was m4 the only mt
on that was In search of a tmui. Dio
genes sought with a lighted Umiirn ul
liiKii'ilny In unrleiM Attune for a man.
In the nmrki4 place he raid: ' llenr
n'e!" and wh'n a crowd uiew-mblivl he
scornfully euld: "J failed for men iK
pigmies." (larfli'ld was ankel this
H'l.-titlon: "What are you going to
niaKe of yuurarif ?" to which he re
plied: ' I muel flritt miike myeelf a
man. If I do not eucrred In doing that,
I cannot hop to uicd in anythnlg
elan." MugninoliMii ulterance. We
have even tht there were men In Je
ruanlem, but not a man. Now tha
quetlun art: "What ounetltuti's a
man?" Let u look at the negative and
positive lde of thl Interrogullon.
1. Oreat physical power do not
constitute a man. ProfesiUonal pugll-.
1st art men of rolneisal phyak-al
strength, but not one of them la a
man, An Intelllgeu mind can only
denominate such person male ani
mals. A dog fight will not remind you
of l noble manhood. No, but It will
remind you of Ihoae gigantic animal
In human form. A massive frame wltlt
little mean pknure tut In U la a
combination that creates within u a
duel feeling, dlegust and rldlcuK but
a roliMatal frame and a picture of au
perlutlve Uauty thrill u with de
t. Hrholaatlo attainments do not
constitute a mxn.
An ex-chaplain of one of the largest
ieni tenterlea In our huid stnte that
while he was spiritual director of that
Institution he .net some of the tlneet
educated person It had Ixvn his priv
ilege to meet. I visited Ptthm pent
lentlury some four year ago and then
was pointed out to ne a man of mag
nificent scholastic attainments, lie
was In for three years. His crime
was enibslemct. I eee on muny a
wall a dlplomn, the owner of which Is
a moral wreck.
, 3, Intellectual power do not con
stitute a man. There hang In Wash
ington, D. C, a picture of a conspicu
ous and brilliant mtn. He was an
eminent Jurist. When In college, he
stood at the hend of his class. "Kuclld"
Newton and La Plac wvre- as familiar
to him as the finger on hi hand. Lan
guage, ancient and modiTn, were hi
delight. On the day of hi graduation
he dfinundcd two degree front his Al
ma Muter.' Thl attorney gvneial wo
brilliant, oratorical, rhetorical with a
logic that was pungent. Yet this won
derful man was a moral wreck.
4. What conHtltuU a man? 1. He
muM have Individuality. Whatever
hi environment, he mint be himself.
There 1 a doctrinei abroad that Is sim
ply monstrous. It Is this: "While In
Home do a Rome does." What a piece
of sophistry. Ploy cards because you
happen to find yourself In a company
of persons who rim engaging In the
game. "Lift the poisonous cup to your
Up and enurty tho contents because
you are In Home ami the Romans do
that." Away with such an lnfamua
doctrine. Some person are like the
chameleon, This reptile Is known for
Its "chojigeablenetw of color." It take
th; color of It surroundings. The
chameleon la brown If It Is by tho side
of something brown; It la yellow If by
the lde of something yellow. This
reptile Is alwaya the color of Its sur
roundings. So are ome people. Re
yourceir. You are not a man If you
do otherwise, 2. He must hnve a sncred
regard for duty, hold It a a holy
thing, anil look upon a violation of It
a a sacrifice of personal honor and
prestige. Lord Nelson said, just before
the great battle of Austerllti: "Eng
lund expect every man to do his duty,"
to which his men said "Amen." Being
fatally wounded In the crwilllot, his Inst
words were: "Thank Ood, I have done
my duty." We cannot lay claim to
true manhood without an houcat at
tempt to discharge every legitimate
duty devolving upon us. 3. He must
huve a sacred regard for truth. . There
Is no true manhood apart from ethic.
Veracity 1 essential 1o sound charac
ter. Our motto should be: "The truth,
the whole truth, and . nothing but the
truth." During the rebellion a counsel(
of war was held In Harrleburg, Pa.,
with reapi'Ct to the movrn"r.l of On
ithI lA'f. A hoy rtvn In and linpttrted
Iho dculrcd liifornmtl'in. Tho governor
Mid after i lie Ixry I.-Tt : "1 would give
tnv right tin ml If I Viww that boy was
tilling the truth." One of tho ciuimvI
oi a aiiawerrd: "(lovn-nor, I know that
boy. I know hi fiuhrr and hi moth-,
er, ond I know lhat thro la not a dnp
of lying blood ln hi Vein.", 4. To Im
a coinplvt man you tnuat allow C'hrlt
to put on you the flttlithliig touch.
Fall prnsirle U-fore him and I'l him
mould you, j
TIIK RKAL nAIlHAHA FWKTCHIK
The Hucrrs of a New play Revives an
The auccess of Clyde Fitch's play,
"Murbara Frletchle," ha revived an
old controversy a to the amount of
fuel which I woven Into the poetry of
Whlttier' famou ballad. Ho far no
one eem to rnnmnber that Whlttier
hlmielf, In a letter to the Century,
written shortly before hi death, ac
knowledged that the Incident he
give them were not hlKtorlcul. He hud
received In good faith a story sent him
by Mr. K, D. N. Bouthworth. the
novelist. Hhe had clipped It out of a
newspaper. The Incidents, u he nar
rated them, followed as closely a pos
slbl the account given In the newspa
per slip. Many year afterward he
learnid that the report wa erroneous.
II doe n wem. however, to have
over learned tlw,l It was erroneou only
In confusing twxi event. Itarbur
I'rleli hie did exist, and was associated
with the waving of a Union ring In
cmigr'itulutlon of a t'nlon, not In de
fiance of a confederate army. It was
also true that a I'nlon flag was Haunted
In the fore of Ptonewall Jackson, but
not by Itarhara Frletchle.
Here are the irue fact In the case:
Ir September, s(2. (ieneraj Htonewitll
Jack mi had ben ordered to capture
the Cnlon garrison al Harper's Kerry.
Ills troops went Into camp war Fred
erick. Mil. On the 16th dy they moved
a'i'l pasm-d through the town. Itnrbara
Freltchle was &n nthusiaHtlcally loyal
old laly, nearly 60 years of age, living
nt th time on PatHck street. Neither
Jai'knon nor any of his men passed
through that street. Lee did, but no
flag was waved before him.
Put there wo living on the line of
Jackson' march another devoted Un
ion woman, a Mr. Mary A Quantrell,
whc husband was a cnmpwltor In the
oftlc of the National Intelligencer of
Washington. Mr. Quantrell was at
that time a woman of 3:. block-haired
and very pretty. On the day that Oen.
Stonewall Jackson parsed through
Frederick she and her little daughter
Vlrgle were standing at the 'gate of
their house. They had several small
Union flags, which they had. brought,
there' to wave as the confederate sol
thal flag'" but the little girl kcrt wav
Irg small flag many of the confed
erate soldiers railed out. "throw down
that Hag!" but the little girl koet wav
ing It. Suddenly a lieutenant drew
his Hord and cut the staff In two, the
flag falling to the ground. The little
girl then waved another. This, too,
was cut from her hand. Then Mrs.
Quantrell waved a larger flag In a
conspicuous maimer until Jackson and
hi men had marched pas the house.
She wo not molested. Some of the
officer raised their hats to her, say,
Ing, "To you, madam, not your ting."
Such Is the story as It w.ha told In
the Ualtlmore Herald of Sept. 2J, 1SS4.
by Joseph Walker, who subsequently
became Vlrgle's huxband.
Hut Mrs. Hurbura Frletehie had a
Hug and she did wave It, though not
on the 6th, to Jackson's mu, but on
the nth to Burnslde's, who followed
fast upon the confederate heels. Again
a relative of tho heroine tells the true
story. This was Mrs. Frletchle' niece,
a Mrs. Abbott.
"Jackson and hi men," she Informs
us. "had been In Frederick, and had
left a short time before. We were
gliui that the rebel hud gone and that
our troop came. My mother and I
lived almost opposite aunt's place. She
and my mother's cousin, Harriet Youer,
lived together. Mother said I should
go and see aunt and tell her not to be
frightened. You know that aunt was
then almost 86 year old. When 1
reached aunt' place she knew almost
bs much as I did about matters, and
Cousin Harriet was with her. They
were on the front porch and aunt was
leaning on the cane he always carried.
When the troops marched along aunt
wived her hand, and cheer after chtcr
went up from the men as they saw her.
Some even ran Into the yard. 'God
bless you, old lady.' 'Let me take you
by the hand.' 'May you live long, you
dear old soul,' cried one after another
an they rushed Into the yard. Aunt
being rather feeble, and In order to
save her as much as we could, Cousin
Harriet Youer said: 'Aunt ought to
have a Hug to wave.' The flag was
hidden In the family Bible, and cous
in Hurriet got It and gave it to her.
Then she waved the flag to the men,
and they cheered her a they went by.
She was, very patriotic, and the troop
all knew her."
A FAMOUS TRAMP.
Death of a Man Who Gained the Title
of "Honest" by Returning a Found
Bill He Couldn't Change.
New York Press.
To Porter's field last week Went New
York' mont famous and honest tramp,
who had died in tha almshouse on
Llackwell'i island. II was known as
Sim Wray, although the last nam Is
thought to be one that ha assumed.
Wray got his reputation for honesty
In 1SS4, and traded on It until he died.
He never pretended to be honest to
his friends, and was always willing
roiuttHtlon. In th whiter of 14,
day before Chrltma, without a c
Wray itnrted out to see what
b iMther.41 along Mudlon
about the Madison Hquare Oarden.
asked several person for the prlc
a ted, and got nothing, Wray us-
tell tho tory a follow:
"I hud hfld up about forty
and wa afraid thuA the cop
run mo In, The Howery wa so
with banhndler that I got away
It. We wer tackling one another,
I believe thai the old Jok of I
working thl lde of the street mye
originated that winter.
"This nlht It was snowing, and 1
had a head on me like a bucket nd
wa that thirsty I could have drunk
"KIk-ht In front of Parkhurst
church I find a pocketbook. In It
a H.U00 bill. I thought I'd fall d
was afraid to do anything witn
I wa afraid U might be counteneit,
I d.-clded to IiHUS It.
"I tried for two day. I tried fo
place. 1 g"t the ha-ha everywhere
ww,i with It. If I had had
clothe I could have laid It down at
bunk and got change; but I wa afrai
of getting pinched, and when I as
anybody for the rhoige of a tho
they'ed give me the laugh.
"Christmas morning I picked up a
paper, and there wa a man advertising
a reward for that 11,'joo bill. He w
stopping at the Hoffman house
went up there and had hard
getting to him. Hut I got to him and
says; 'You ore a tramp, but you
the most hiMiewt man In the world.'
goes down Int the otllee w ith me
irels lieo and give it to me. TVn
lined me up at the bur and buy a but
tie of wine. A lot of swell heard
story and they buy me wine.
'Along oomes a reporter, and
next morning my picture wo In t
imner. and I wa 'It.' In a wwk
ain't got a cent, but I got the repu
tation of being an honest tramp. I was
picked up for being drunk, nd the old
Judge. Kuffy (he hod wnt me up for
u six months' stretch), discharges me.
saying: 'A man that Is as honest as
that ha a right to gt drunk; but
don't let me see you here again.' "
Wray wa a hobo about the country
until abjut a year ago, when a train
took off both leg. He also had heart
failure, and was cent to the Island as
a pauper, having nowhere to go. He
never told who hla people were or
where he came from.
THE INVISIBLE . FLIGHT.
Take a piece of paper 4 Inches by S
Inches, p!ac- a peony on It, and
fold the top of the paper over the coin
to within one Inch of the bottom.
Then fold the right hand aide of the
paper under the coin, tsjatlng' the left
hand lde In the same manner. You
must now fold the bottom 1 Inch of the
paper under the coin, and you will ap
parently nave wrapped It securely In
the paper, but really It Is In a kind of
pocket, and will readily slip out into
either hand at pleasure. Allow every
one to feel th? coin through the paper;
then take it from the left hand to the
right, letting the coin slip out Ift'o the
left hand. You now sut fire to the
paper and the coin ha disappeared.
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
1:00 a. m.
7:00 p. in.
Portland Union bepot.lU:U a.m.
for Aatorta and inter) 3:40 p.m.
7.4;,m. For "Portland A in-)ll7s0a.m.
( 10 p.m.termedlat point 10:34 p.m.
p.m. la. ml
7:l I S
r.:2.M U:JAr w.rrnton
Arl 6:U l:lt
..9. ankle..,. Lv 1:15' 1:30
SPECIAL SEASIDE BUNDAT TRAIN
leaves Astoria at 1:30 a. m.; arrive at
Seaside 3:43 a. m.
Paasengera mty return on any train
shown on schedule on tarn date.
ALL TRAINS to and from Seaside rua
ot Flavel and Hammond via Warren
ton. All train make olose connections at
Goble with , all Northern Paolflo train
to and from the east or Sound point.
At Portland with U trains leaving
At Astoria with I. R. ft N. Co.' boat
and rail line to and from Ilwaco and
North Beach polnta.
THROUGH TICKETS on sal at Aa
torta for Sacramento, San Francisco, all
Eastern and European points.
City ticket office Astoria. (34 Commer
tlal street J. C. MAYO.
Oen'l Fr't and Paas. Agent
Oregon Short Line
THE DIRECT ROUTB TO
Montana, Utah, Colorado
and all Eastern Points.
Olvea cholc of two favorite routes, via
the Union Paolflo Fast Mall Una, or
th Rio Grand Boenio Lines.
LOOK AT THE TIME
1J Days to Salt Lake
2 J Days to Donver
3 J Days to Chicago
4 J Days to New York.
Fr reclining ohalr. upholstered Lour.
1st sleeping oar, and Pullman palao
sleeper, operated on a trams.
For further Information, apply to
Or Astoria, Orsgon.
C. 0. TERRY, W. B. COILAN.
Trar. Fas Aft Gen. Agent
134 Third BU Portland. Or.
O. W. LOUNS3BRRY.
Agent, O. R. N.,
to tell the story of how he got
, A POEM ON MANKIND.
Like what Is man, but Ilk a sprouting
That grow and ripen but to cast Its
Among th thistle and th tare of life
And then to see It strangled In th
Or like th cloud that wander with the
And pass unnoticed from a llf of saseT
or like a mushroom, aprung to life,
To starv or Strang's In th tangled
These ar thoughts that ar apt to
come to many peopt at time. cds-
clally when they are sick and have to
pay big prices for medtclns. But there
I on drug store In Oregon where you
can av from 10 to 21 per oent on
everything you buy, and that 1 J. A.
CIrnenon Drug Btore, at TZI Yam
hill street, Portland. Ore. At that store
you can get Hood s Sarsaparilia at 70c
Mellon' Food. 31 lie, 85c: Bromo Belt-
zer, II sit. 70c, and everything else at
th rami low rate. You can get rtd
trading stamp there, and If you need
the Natural Body Brace, you can get It
LADIES TAILOR-MADE ST7TT8.
Ladles who go to Portland and desire
something especially fin In th way of
tallor-mad aults win do well to remem
ber that they can b well fitted at L D.
Boyer s 17 Fourth street. In tha Y. U.
C. A. building.
Not only does b keep a strictly first
clasa cutter for men' wear, but also
one xclulvely for ladle work, and
all can rest assured of getting not only
good work, but the best of materials,
as Mr. Royer Is an expert on woolen
THEY CUT AND FIT.
Two Fashionable Furrl Who Are
Earning Well-Merited ApprovaL
Good work, correct tyle and perfect
fit speak louder for th furrier than
any advertisement that can be written.
Applegath ft Prasil, the fashionable
furrier, at 143 Third street, between
Alder and Morrison, guarantee abso
lute satisfaction In every case where
a purchase Is made at their establish
ment Both gentlemen are practical
cutters and fitters, who have been em
ployed In ome of the largest houses
In the principal cities or the United
State. There 1 a style and finish to
all work turn id out by thl firm that
stamp both gentlemen experts In this
business. Garments 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
Third St., Portland. You can get a
good layout for it cents here, which
will satisfy your hunger and bring you
back again to the same place. Remem
ber the Ksstern.
When peopl ar contemplating tni
whether on buslnasa or pleasure, Um)
naturally want th best seme otv
tainabls so far as speed, comfort sac
safety is concerned. Employe of th
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LIN EL ar
usid to serve the nubile and our train
ar operated ao a to mak elo con
nections with diverging lines at all
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Chair Can
on through tralra.
Dining Car servK unexcelled. Mtalf
erred a la cart.
In order to obtain thl flnt class aenrlc
aak th ticket agent to ell you a Ucke
TheVYIscoiKin Central Lines
and you will mak direct connection -8t
Paul for Chicago. Milwaukee and
all points east
For any further Information call on
ticket agent or correspond with
J AS. C POND, Oen. Pass. Agtnt
r JAB A CLOCK. MllwaukM, Wla.
1st Stark 8t- rorttang Or
DEPART prom Portland Aauvi
Fast a't Lake, Denver, Ft. .
Mall Worth, Omaha. Kan-I "
310nTm Pnl'ith, Milwaukee ..11
"up,m' Chicago and Ka.it, SM m-
From Antorla I
All Sailing Pates sub
jeet to change.
For San lf'raucisco-fall
N.V.4 9, 14.11), 24, I
7amx8u Steamer Jam ex Mo
nday To Portland and ndav
Wlllametta and Yam- 8:30 p.m.
'" KiH River. HoiL.Wed.
anDd2at! "- City. Dayton, & "Q Frl.
,,llp',rlJf, Soaks Rlvtr LvLewUto
Leave dlyj anaa stiver.
1:40 a. m. RlparUto Lewlston. ()ljly
6a.m. -WILLAMBITK aVER; 4:30n.ra
Mod, v'ed,Oreon Cltv, Newberg, Tue,Thui
Friday Suleui & Way-Laud a. -Saturday
Q. W. IrOUNSBBRRT,
W. H. HTJRLBUTIT.
Gem. Pas. Act Psrtiaad. Or.
WHITE COLLAR LINL
OohimM River and TTuget Bound Navl-
Bailey Gatsert leaves Astoria daily,
except Sunday, at 7 p. m.
Leaves Portland dally exoept Sun
day at 7 a, m.
Whlte Collar line tickets and a R.
A N. tickets Interchangeable on Bailey
Uatxert ana Hassaio.
A. J. Taylor, Astoria Aft
TJ. B, SCOTT, Telephone UL
of the pudding Is la th sating
sod ib proof of liquor
IS IN SAMPLING
That's an argisneot that's eeo
elusive a Ancotastratloa.
Our will stand tta test
HUGHES & CO.
J. A. Fastabend
House-moving Tools lor Kent
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Finest Restaurant North of San Francisco
PRIVATE ROOMB FOR LADH4V
533 Commercial St..
W. F. SCHEIBE,
A full llita el PI dm, Ti.accs.
ea Saiokers' ArticW.
4 74 Commercial Ht.
C. J. TRENCH ARD,
Commission. Brokers. "rmm
Insurance an J Shipping. ireDtw.r.AcoaodpaciflefcxDrfMco-.
The Leading Visiting and Wedding Card
, . . Engravers .
22 & 23 WASHINGTON BUUDIXG. POKTLAXD. OK., Over Lltt's.
mrip iMTi uimnr
ST. PAUL, MINN.. JAN. ist. 1899.
Capital . ...
Reserve for Unearned Premium
Reserve for all Other Liabilities
Net Surplus over all Liabilities
CHARLES CHRISTENSEN, Manager.
B. GOODWIN, Assistant Manager.
S17California St., S. F., Cal.
STRONG COURSES Well equipped training department. Normal oourse,
quickest and best way to State Certificates.
Expenses for year from 3130 to 3130; Board SI 50 to 33 per week; Tuition, 33
per term of ten weeks. Fall term begin September 19th; Summer term June 31
to September L For catalogue address P. L. CAMPBELL, Presides.
or W. A WANN. See orFaeulty.
The North Paoiflo Brewery, of which
Mr.John Eopp is proprietor, nakes beer
for domesHo nnd export trade
florth Pacific Brewerg
Carpenter and Builder
HOUSE RAI5INQ AND
MOVINQ A SPECIALTY
Astoria Public Library
BZADINO ROOM FBTI TO ALU
Opm every -r frota 3 setoefe to l:B
aad 1:33 to t M f m.
aeWcriptlett rates 33 r sansvaa.
West Cor. Cleveata s4 Dutn 3uts
TZTafPLB LODGE NO. 7. A. 1. A.
M. Regular conununlcatlOM hld oa
the Sm and third Tnetday eveaiag of
each month. J. N. GRIFFIN. W.'
M.; E. C. HOLD EN. 8esrtary.
the Always RelUf -:
"Ls Belle Astorls" CIrsf
Schelte's Opera Star
And Othar Brands
SAMUEL ELMORE & CO. Agents,
Training School for Teacher.
Ungraded Country School Work.
Graduates Secure Good Positions.
F Jatable Drink
Bottled Deer for family use or keg
beer supplied at any time, delivery in
the city tree.