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THE ASTORIAN PUBLISHING CO.,
POPE PIUS X
' t'PON the shoulders of a nun ot great
piety and erudition has fallen the
pontincial robes. Prior to his elevation
, to the head ot the great church Cardin
al Sarto was practically unknown to
the outside world, many of the cardin
als knowing him only through the for
mal Christmas greetings that pass be
tween the princes of the churcto , He
has since teen described as the most
Influential man In Christendom today.
The whole Christian world is Interest
ed in this man upon whom greatness
has been so suddenly thrust, becaust
the world, especially that part of It
which difters from him in theology. Is
anxious to know what the papal policy
will be under his guidance. Every
broadminded Christian looks forward to
the day, perhaps with varying degrees
of hope and confidence, when the great
sectarian bodies will be united,and tech
nical doctrine swept to tine four winds
In face of the exalted goal for which
eadh is striving. Pius X has been des
cribed as a man lacking diplomacy, but
the head of theVatican. like the head
of all the great governing bodies, is
surrounded by men skilled In the
science of statecraft, and it Is presumed
that conservatism predominates In the
councils of theRoman Catholic church.
Simmered down to plain facts th
career of Plus X is told in the follow
ing language; ,
Giuseppe Sarto was born in Riese, di
ocese of Trevlso, June 2, 1835, and was
cteated cardinal by Leo XIII at the
consistory of June 12, 1S93. receiving the
title of S Bernardo delle Terma. He
was Patriarch of Venice prior to his
election as pope, having been appointed
in 1S93, and Bishop of Mantua. He be
longs to the ecclesiastical congrega
tions of bishops and regulars, sacred
rites, indulgence and sacred relics. He
enjoys great popularity in Venice, and
is honored by all for his purity, for the
strict uprightness of his life, and for
liberal ideas. He is a modest and ag
reeable man, highly cultivated, very
- kind-hearted, still strong and robust ii
spite ot his 68 years. He has never
taken great part In the political and
public life of the church; but divide
his time between study and good works
Although most faithful to the Holy
gee he was presented to Jhe king and
queen of Italy in Venice. He may bt
considered among the more liberal mem
hers of the Italian episcopate and Sa
cred College, He is rather timid in ex
pressing an opinion. It is said that
Leo XIII always thduglrt very highly
of him, and sided with him on one oe
casion where Sarto disapproved of Ram
Undoubtedly Pius X is a man of er
udition and wisdom. He is a profound
scholar, an eloquent preacher, of strong
individuality and brilliant attainment
Kunei nlly. His new and .exalted posi
tion carries with it a heavy burden of
reeponsibility. and the fervent prayer 0f
nil Christians is that he will render
as noble an account of his incumbency
as did his beloved predecessor.
THK nerve of Seattle's crack safe
crickets in removing the safe from th
principal hotel In broad daylight and
dvnamiting It on the street compares
with that of the polite tramp in Hoyt's
. Tarlor Match" who backs an ex
press wagon up to the front door of a
mansion while the family is piiniciiig
on the lawn, carries off all the, instil'
tnre and departs, returning a few1 min
utes later to carry off the stove in
which a fire is burning.
JUST to prove what a dearth of
rooms for rent there Is in Astoria at
. the prestnt time it may be stated that
very few of the hotels and boarding
houses have any vacant apartments
after the trains and boats arrive In the
evening. The regatta committee is par
ttcularly desirous of receiving the
names and addresses of those Who are
willing to take in roomers during the
regatta. State how many you can ac-
CHlLFHunt of the Portland police
, force ought to feel relieved at the sud
den switch of the calcium light of pub
lic Indignation from his department to
that- of T. A. Wood, described us "the
moving spirit of the Indian War Vet
erans' Association," Mr. Wood and the
Pension Bureau are engaged in a little
Never corrode, never
tweat nor expands ; in fact
never gives my trouble of
any kind snd is used for all
clas$es of work. A very
superior covering for barns,
factories, depots, canneries,
tanneries, sheds tod mining
irfi for tooklH.
The Paraffine Paint, Co.
Un Francisco, Seattle,
Portland, Los Angeles
and Denver, Colorado.
"you're another" argument at Ine pres
THE petty officers of the United
States receiving ship Columbia at th
Brooklyn navy yard have declined to
line with a colored man who received
his promotion by dint of merit only.
All of which proves two things, namely
first, that the officers are certainly
petty, and second, that they don't know
what It is to be really hungry.
SPECTATORS who witness the ball
game between the Astoria Selects and
Clatskanie today will please remember
the judgment of the New York court of
appeals that Sunday baseball is permis
sible but there must be no rooting.
AN exchange remarks:A society Item
informs us that Joseph Beer has mar
mled Miss Sophia Bock. Singular as It
may seem, the nuptials took place in
Milwaukee. This was a case of Bock
Beer. NOT content with removing safes
from public hotels and buildings in Se
attle the bold bad burglars rfflve turned
their attention to the water, and are
now holding up the fish traps. Next.
STRIKES are reported in the czar's
domains. Lest there be some misunder
standing ve would state that the item
h;is reference to labor strikes not cruel
blows on the Jews.
AT least the officer who shot at the
man whom he imagined to be one of the
escaped convicts and killed a stranger
knew that "it was loaded."
VANCOUVER, Wash., wishes It to be
understood that there is pleasure some
times in being "full of prunes." The
prune yield there this season will be
THE Ro-seburg Review publishes the
name of the editor and foreman, but
inadvertently omits the name of the of
Dr. T. L. Ball
521 Commercial street, Astoria Ore.
C. J. Trenchard
Insurance,. Commission and Shipping.
Agent Wells, Fargo and Pacific
Express ( Companies. Customs .
428 BOND ST.
We are thoroughly prepared for
making estimates and executing
orders for all kinds of electrical
Installing and Repairing
Supplies In stock. We sell the
celebrated SHELBT LAMP. Call
up Phone 116L
H. W. CYRUS.
OSTE O PATHY
DR. RH0DA C. HICKS
Mansell Bldg. 673 Commercial St
Fhone Black 2065
PRAEL & COOK
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All goods shipped to our car
Will receive special attention.
No 538 Duane St. W. J. COOK. Mgr.
C, W. Barr Dentist
673 Commercial street, Astoria, Ore.
TELEPHONE RED 2061.
Dr. Nellie Smith Vernon
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office phone Main 2441.
Residence phone Main Z443.
Office Over Griffin's Book Store.
At Seattle Settle2; Helena 0.
At Butte-Butte ; Salt Lake IS.
At Tacoma Tacom 0; Los Ange
At Sokane Spokane 6; San Fran
At Portland Portland 7; Sacramento
At Chicago Chicago 1; Pittsburg 2.
At St, . Louie First game St. Louis
o; Cincinnati' S.
At St. Louis Second game St. Louis
t; Cincinnati It.
At New York First game New York
tl; Brooklyn 1.
At New York Second game- New
York 4; Brooklyn 3.
At Chicago Chicago 2; St. Louis 4.
At Cleveland Cleveland 5; Detroit
At New York New York 7; Wash
At Boston Boston 11; Philadelphia
CHILDREN BURNED TO CRISP
Butte, Mon., Aug. 8. A special to
the Miner from Coulee City, Wash.,
says: Three Children of J. W. White
head, residing near this place, were
burned to death today while the parents
were hurrying; towards the house. The
parents had left home to dig a well one
half mile away and thought the house
caught fire from a cook stove. Two of
the bodies were burned to a crisp.
The third had its arms and legs burned
WELL KNOWN BOATMAN DEAD
Catskill, N. Y.. August 8,-Captaln
Egnor, formerly a well known Hudson
rier boatman is dead here. He took
part In the stampede of 1849 to the gold
fields of California and later was the
first man to offer smoked sturgeon for
for sale in New York. It was then un
known in the city and being unable to
dispose of the first cargo, Captain Eg
nor was obliged to thrmf" it overboard.
WANTS HER BUSTLE BACK.
St. Paul, Min., Aug. 8. Mrs. Van
Clerke, of Shawnee, Kansas, reported
to the depot authorities today that she
had lost a bustle containing 17,300 while
en route to St. Paul on a Rock Island
WILL FILED FOR PROBATE.
San Francisco, Aug. 8. George T.
Maiey, of this city as executor, has just
liled the will of his brother, W. A.
Mareye, for probate. The estate in
cludes about $200,000 worth of property
in or about the city, of which $150,000
represents realty. All the property
with much more in the east goes to the
widow, Helen Mareye,, who resides In
Washington, D. C.
John Fuhrman, Wm. Wertlies,
Central Meat Market
642 COMMERCIAL ST.
Yonr orders for
FRESH AKD SALT
Will be promptly Mid
satisfac'.orliy attended to
Telephone Sn. 321.
Office Constructing Quartermaster,
Astoria, Or., July 18, 1903: Sealed pro
posals, In triplicate, will be received
at this office until 10 o'clock A. M.,
August 8, 1903, for the construction,
plumbing, heating and electric wiring
of one field officers and one double set
of lieutenants quarters at Fort Stev
ens, Or. United States reserves the
right to reject any or all proposals. In
formation and' specifications furnished
on application. Envelopes should be
marked "Proposals for construction"
and addressed to Captain Goodale,
Office of C. Q. M., Vancouver Bar
racks, Wash., July 10, 1903. Sealed pro
posals, In triplicate, will be received
here until 11 o'clock, A. M., August 10,
1903, for furnishing forage and bedding
at posts In this department for year
ending June 30, 1904. Information fur
nished here or by quartermasters at
posts. U. S. reserves the right to re
ject or accept any or all proposals or
any part thereof. Envelopes contain
ing proposals should be marked:
"Proposals for Forage and Bedding at
" and addressed to undersigned.
F. H. HATHAWAY, C. Q. M.
Have you seen the late Improved E.I
PIRE cream separator? They run the
lightest and are easiest wawhed of all
separators. The T. S. Townsend
Creamery Co., of Portland of Astoria,
want your sream and will give you
all iije time you want on a separator.
Notice Is hereby given that the coun
ty superintendent of Clatsop county
will hold th regular - examination of
applicants for suite and county papers
at Astoria, Oregon, ns follows:
FOlt STATE TAPEUS.
Commencing Wednesday, August Vi.
c.t 9 o'clock a. in., and continuing un
til Saturday. August IS. at 4 o'clock.
Wednesday Penmanship, history,
spelling algebra, rending, sch.iol law,
Thursday, Written arithmetic, theory
of teaching, grammar, book-keeping,
physic, civil government.
Friday-Physiology, geography, m"n
tal arithmetic, oonHsltlon, physical
Saturday Motany. plane geometry,
general history, English literature,
FOR COUNTY PAPEKS.
Commencing Wednesday. August l'.
at 9 o'clock a. m and continuing
until Friday, August 14. at 4 o'clock p.
First, second and third grade certifi
Wednesday Penmanship, history,
Thursday Written arithinetle.theory
of teaching, grammar, physiology,
Friday Geography, mental arithme
tic, school law, clvl government.
Wednesday Penmanship, Orthogra
phy, reading, arithmetic.
Thursday Art of questioning, theory
of teaching and methods, physiology.
J. II. ACKERMAN,
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
THE DEATH PENALTY.
A little thing sometimes results, in
death. Thus a mere scratch. Insigni
ficant cuts or puny bolls have paid the
death penalty. It Is wise to have Buck
len's Arnica Salve ever handy. It's the
best salve on earth and will prevent
fatality, when burns, sores, ulcers and
piles threaten. Only :'5 cents at Charles
Rogers' drug store.
PUTS AN END TO IT ALL.
A grevlous wall sometimes conies' as
a result of unbearable pain from over
taxed organs. Dizziness, backache,
liver complaint and constipation. Rut
thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pills
they put an end to It all. They are gen
tie but thorough. Try them. Only il
cents. Guaranteed by Charles lingers
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
RIVER RAILROAD. .
LEAVE PORTLAND ARRIVE
'7:00 p.m.'pot (or Astoria and 9:40 p.m.
t8;50 p.m.iway points, ' ,
7:45 a.m.jFor Portland and;llij).m.
$:10p.m. way points. 10:t0p.m.
?:15 a.m.Astofla for Wr- 7:40 a.m.
lt:SOa.m.!rcnton, Flavel. Ft.I0:S0a.m.
11:35 a.m.lf tevens, llammondl 4:00 p.m.
B. 15 p.m. Seaside for War- 9:i a.m.
9.40 n.m.;Nnton. FUvel,lS;S0 p.m.
2:30 p.m.'Hnmmonil. Ft. 1:30 p.m.
5:00p.m.;Stevens and As- 7:10 p.m.
torts. t:60 p.m,
Dally except Saturday.
AH trains make close connections at
Goble with all Northern Paolflo trains
to and from Uw East and Sound points
J. C. Mayo,
Gen'l Freight and Pas. Agent
One of nature's remedies; cannot
harm the weakest constitution; never
fails to cure summer complaints of
young or old. D. Fowler's Extract of
"I suffered for months from sore
throat. Electric Oil cured me In twenty-four
hours." M. S. Qltt, Hawes
The startling announcement that a
preventive of suicide had been discov
ered will interest many. A run down
system, or despondency Invariably pre
cede suicide and something has been
found that will prevent that condition
which makes suicide likely. At the
llr.-t thought of self destruction take
Klectrk- Hitters, It being a great tonic
ami nervine will strengthen the nerves
and build up the syatem. It's also a
great stomach, liver and kidney regula
tor. Only 50c at Charles Rogers' drug
For forty years Dr. Fowler's Extract
of Wild Strawberry has been curing
summer complaint, dysentery, diar
rhoea, bloody flux, pain in the stomach,
and It hns never yet failed to do every
thing claimed for It.
If there is
better than another, it's a good
smokeIf there is one smoke bet
ter than another, it's the
worth a fortune of 42,500. Buy &
- day and get in on the ground floor,
two bands from Recruit Cigars are equal to one tag
from Star Tobacco m
The Finest Hotel In the Northwest
KOPP'S FAMOUS BEER
Bottled Or In Kog
Proo City delivery
North Pacific Brewing Company, Astoria
The U. S. dispensatory says: "Opi
um lessens the prrlstallc motion of the
bowels. It's local effect (when applied
to ths lower bowel) Is ths same U
reneral operation, Conlum FARALYX
E3 the motor nerves; aconite reduce,
muscular strength; bdladona producrs
PARALYTIC symptoms; hyoscyamus
and stramonium are some as bellado
na. T1IET DO NOT EXEBCI8B AN?
CPRATIVE INFLUENCES." Every
pile medicine prescribed or on the
market contains some of the above po'
sa vis.: For sale by CONN DKUO CO.
Builds up the system, puts pure rich
blood Into the veins; makes turn and
women strong and healthy. Burdock
U 111: II (sl4 :iit Wtt
th titf1M 1 aM4v
NtUVMH fcatlai4M u4 J4IIV
' UeMU ! IHMf. W M4 W. to
M4 lirttMllMV. T4laMtW
4M4 " UrlM tW -4laV M IMt, f
MM WM MMf' aav"l nibHa -.
Try thm. Only 60 cenU t Clmrlui
Roger's drug stor.
Scott's Ssnta!-Peps!a Capsules
tot tiln..ili m Caurta
f Ik Ola&lar uS Pu.i4
ftliUMq. go nn m fh
0m osteal? m4 hiati
Mall? U. won! hm o4
SJaaarrbOMt w4 til.
SO IWflOT !
In. Abtolault twain
14 r annl
aim, or f mm, bohmmv
m AnAi-m to.
Cold by Chas,
Rogers, 4S9 Commercial
street, Astoria, Oregon.
tL. -j aV
una. KXCEPT K-RU-8A PILE CURB.
"K-UU-BA doubtless Is the only pll
medicine on the market which does no!
contain narcotic poisons or mereury."
KOONOMICAL imUUCO.. Chcago,
III. I'crC. II. McConnstl. prtsldent.
"We guarantee no mercury or opiates
In K.R0-8Apll rrt."-Wodar4
Clarke & Co., Portland. Or.
K-KU-8A cures piles, or 150 PU. ,
Worst cases cured with ont bog, 8-ru
sa contains no mercury, no opiates. All
reliable up-lo-flate druggists sell K-ru
EAGLE DUftO CO.. CHA8 ROORR8.
KND OF IIITTKIt F1UHT.
"Two physicians had a long snd stub
horn fight with an abcea on my right
lung" writes J, K. Hughes, of DuPont,
(is., "and gave me up. Everybody
thought my time had come, As a last
nwt I irl4 Ir. King's New Ilcov.
cry for Consumption. The benefit I re
ceived wsa striking snd I was on my
fi-t In a few days. Now I've entirely
regained my health." It conquers all
cuiighs, colds and thront and lung
troubles, flunranteed by Charles Rog
ers' drug store, I'rli-e Soc, and tl.uO.
Titnl bottles free.
Ketones of the skin, horrible pisgue
Moat everybody afflicted In ont way or
another. Only one safe, never fulling
cure. Poan.s Ointment. At anr drug
store, M sents.
I om uny Cspiulsi art suptnot
to twitam or (.opaioay
Cubeba ot Inietiona andynaV
CURE IN 4 HOURSlT
the same d'naiet with-V-'
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