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ASTORIA, OKEGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1904.
AT MERCY OF
Failure of Lines to Agree On Di
vision of Spoils Works
ALL BUSINESS WILL SUFFER
Sal of California Fruit Will Bt De
nied in Si Stat.a-Rata on Cot
ten Goods, Furniture, Etc,
Westbound, Will Rsis.
U Angeles, Cat. Nov. 29--The
Herald today saya: After seeking tot
hr. wars to come to some
.nderstandtr with the southeastern
lines in regard to an adjustment o
..v. the transcontinental
freight bureau lines have determined
Bpon a final move and today will no
tify shippers throughout California
that beginning with December IT. they
.... a tn
will cancel all rates now in
connection with southeastern roads
traffic to, from or passing mrou..
,.. terminals on one hand
to. from or passing through points
east of the Mississippi. Exceptions
.1.1. the lines of the 1M-
nois Central, the Mobile & Ohio and
the Kansas City. Memphis ana
i.i -tnm railroads.
The effect of the decision by which
citrus growers are practically
.1.. from the sale of their fruits
six of the eastern states will be se
' ... . i nther lines of business.
rt means that with the exceptions
aoted fruit growers in addition to pay
ing through rate, will be forced to pay
the local rate that Is in erred e .
the Mississippi river and tf the fruit
.a. market in the city to which it
IL1JU.0 v -- .
is consigned the shippers must eltner
let It rot or pay any additional local
rate to any other city to which it Is
The states in the east affected by
this ruling are: Kentucky. Tenner
tmii. west Virttlnla and Missis-
it Alone with the hardships meted
out to the citrus growers comes tne
game conditions for shippers of canned
goods, dried fruits and wines from Wis
section .of the country ana m reiun.
raise in prices on the Pacific coast of
eotton goods, tobacco, furniture and ot
her staples which are received in Urge
,uantlties from the states in quesuu...
The southeastern lines started the
quarrel several years ago By aenrnnu
. . , Amnimi of the freight re
ing a. ""t"
ceipts than the transcontinental lines,
, nniiistly. believe they are
entitled to. During the past two
years meetings have been called in the
hope that the difficulties might be
overcome and an agreement reached
which would be satisiaciury "
sons concerned. The last meeting was
SeDtember 23, but
ueiu in v.'v.0-
representatives of the different roads
failed to agree. The breaking off of
eonnectlons comes as a result The
transcontinental lines have been drawn
Into this against their wisnes, u
.mtoi nf one of the big systems last
night, "and they regret the action that
has been taken as much as will the
shippers. I think that they would be
willing to arbitrate the question but it
does not seem possible. How long
this is to last I do not Know.
JAPS TOO PREVIOUS.
Start Fortifications on Corean 8oil and
Are Requested to Desist
New Tork, Nov. 29. Japanese
preparations against possible contin
gencies of a Russian landing on Co
rean soil are evidenced, according to a
Herald dispatch from Seoul (by way
of Shanghai) by a report from the gov
ernor of Ouelpart island, off the south
western coast of Corea, asking Instruc
tions and stating that a steamship load
f Japanese workmen with tools and
machinery were landed and immedi
ately begin the construction of fortifi
cations. The Corean foreign office an
nounced that Quelpart is closed to
alien residence according to treaty
stipulations and has requested the
Japanese government to withdraw its
people. General Hasegawa has sent
an official dispatch to the Corean em
peror alleging the existence here of a
pro-Russian party among the officials
Will Have Philippine Exhibit.
Portland, Nov. 29. It has been de
cided by the government board of the
Lewis and Clark centennial that the
Philippine Islands will be represented
at the exposition by a comprehensive
Besides a complete display of Philip
pine products a "live" exhibit will be
made of the different tribes of the Is-
lands. The latter will be In the form
of native villages and will exemplify
the maimers and customs of the peo
ple. The villages will Include, about
DEATH ON TRACK.
Whiskey Responsible for Death of
Laborer at Spoksne,
Spokane, Nov. 29. John Schuff. a
laborer, aged S7, was run Into by a
shunted box car In the Northern Pa
cific yards at 1 o'clock this morning,
receiving fatal Injuries. He was
slightly Intoxicated and did not see the
car approaching. Ills body was horri
bly mangled. A brother lives in
Sshnectady, N. Y.
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there all the secret lies."
town district by the Actors' Church Al
liance. Eventually It is the purpose
to establish similar Institutions In all
the large cities of the country. The
movement Is not evanglcal In character
but Is meant to afford the opportunity
It Is also the avowed purpose to use
the Influence of the association to
bring about a general Sunday closing
of the theaters throughout the land.
Not a Patent
No. MOT Locoit Street
T. Loon, Mo, March , ISM.
(ImdIcmdws snd itrM n ouaaeae
for lcht.n months, unable to t s proper night's mt an
fading tired snd worn oat continually. I was Miljr Irritated
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FREDERICK V. MOHN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlca and residence, over Ttturson A
Brown's. Olllce hours; I to U:S0 a. m
and I to 4: SO p. m.; evenings. I to t
Sundays By Appointment.
DR. J. A. REGAN
Offlca over A. V. Allen's Btora,
Offlca hours, to 11 and 1 to .
JAY TU1TLE, M. 1).
rUYSIOlAN AND 8UUQE0N
Aolliuj AasUtsnt Hurjoon
U.S. Marine H.lul Hervlos.
Offlcs hours: It to It t-m. 1 to 4:10 p.m.
47T Commarolal Btrtt. Ind Floor.
Dr. RIIODA 0. HICKS
Manseli Bldg. (71 Commercial Si
rtlONK BLACK V
C W. BARR, D. D. 8.
Has Opened Dental Parlors In Rooms
17-818, The Dskum.
Where ha will be pleased to meet
Friends and Patrons.
Pythian Building, Astoria, Oregon.
Dr. T. L. BALL
(24 Commercial street. Astoria Or.
Dr. W. 0. LOGAN
578 Commercial 8t 8uanhan Building
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ASK THE AOENT FOR
To Spokane, St Paul, Minneapolis,
Duluth, Chloago, St Louis, and all
point oast and south.
2 OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY (J
The Flyer and! he Fast Mall Z
UP TO DATE EQUIPMENT
Daylight trip aoross the Casead and
For tickets, rates folders and full In
formation call on or address
City Ticket Agent
123 Third Street Portland, Or.
& O. TERKES, O. W. P. A.,
(11 First Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
WE OIVE EXPEDITED
SERVICE ON FREIGHT
ROUTE YOUR SHIPMENTS
VIA GREAT NORTHERN
Full Information from
WM. HARDER, Gsnersl Agent
The World's Pair Rout.
Those anticipating an eastern trip,
or a visit to ths Louisiana Purchase
exposition at St Louis, cannot afford
to overlook the advantages offered tf
ths Mlsaurt Paclflo Railway, which, on
account of its various routes and gate
ways, has been appropriately named
"The World's Fair Rout."
Passengers from tbo northwest take
tb Missouri Paclflo trains from Den
ver or Pueblo, with the choice of either
going direct through Kansas City, or
via Wichita, Fort Scott and Pleasant
Two trains dally from Denver and
Pueblo to St Louis without change,
carrying all classes of modern equip
ment, Including electrlo lighted obser
vation parlor caf dining cars. Ten
dally trains between Kansas City and
Writ or call on W. C. McBrtds, gen
eral agent, 124 Ttura street, Portlind,
for detailed Information and illustrat
C. J. TKENCIIAUI)
Insurance, Commission and Shipping
CUSTOMS HOUSE BROKER.
Agent Wells-Fargo and Northern
Paclflo Express Companies'.
Cor. ELEVENTH and BOND STB.
Now stock of fancy gtxwls just
arrived nt Yokohama Ikuuir.
Cull and see the latest novelties
BEST 13 CENT MEAL.
You can always find tho best
15-cent meal in the city at the
Rising Sun Restaurant.
C12 Commercial St.
for 15c; nico cake, coffee, pie, or
doughnuts, 5c, at U. S. Restaur
ant. 43 1 Horn! SL
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD;
Cord wood, mill wood, boa wood, any
kind of wood at lowest prloes. Kelly,
th transfer man. 'Phono 2211 Blsok,
Barn on Twelfth, opposite opr
BAY VIEW HOTEL
E. GLASER, Prop.
Homt Ceoklnf, ComforUbls fkch, Raion
ablt snd Nlct Trtstmtnt
THE NEW NEHALEM HOUSE
Cor. FiHirtoenth and Kii'lianieNbi.
On blues bark of Fuanf A SUkm Hlore.
J. H. ANmoN, 1'rup,, - Anlorla, Ore.
Botrd and Lodging $1.00 ind up
Clunul Btdi In th City, tint Tbl Bosrd,
Sw Kurnlliim TlinxiKhoul,
lliiltm iiiuilo to atmily riimtrloal TpHw
Corner Sevenlctnlh and Dusnt Sts.
75 cents a t'.r; and up. Meals
20 cents. Board and lodging
? 1 per week.
i'hoiie 2174 R-(l. 0vrn Day aii(1,NIlit,
MAN NINO, Proprietor.
Fine meals served at all
hours. Oysters served in
any stylo. Game in season.
m Bond Street, Cor. t th. Aitorla, Ore.
I have plaosd en sale at a ro
duosd prioo my select ttook of
home-mad Wrapper and K.
420 Commerelsl St. Astoria.
J. Y. KWONQ CO.
A. & C. R. R.
EFFECTIVE SEPT. 4, 1904.
Leav PORTLAND Arrive
8o0s.ni I 1'urtlsnd Uoiuol 11.10a. in
7.00 p.m dppot for Antorla) 9.40 p.m
Leav ASTORIA Arrive
7.45 a'm I for Portland and TLIWaTm
8 10 p.m wsy point 10.80 p m
Leave ASTORIA . Arrive
lUSa.m for Heaniile Dfrwct ) 6.-20 p.m
Leave ASTORIA. Arrive
t8.15s.mi for Warrenton. i "10:45a.in
' Hammond, Ft
6.50 p.m Steven, Seaside) 7:40a,m
Leav SEASIDE Arrive
4 ::0 p m for Astoria Direct ) 12 :30p.io
Leav SEASIDE. Arrive
6.15 a. m ( for Warrenton FtT 9 26 am
9.80a.m mond,Astoria J 7.20 p.m.
Additional train leave Astoria dally
at 11:10 a. m. for all point on FL
Eleven branch, arriving Ft Stevens
12:10 p. m., returning, leave Ft Stev
en at 1:00 p. m., arriving Astoria 1:45
Through ticket and clos connec
tion via. N. P. Ry, at Portland and
Gobi and O. R. A N. Co., via. Portland.
J. C. Mayo, Q. P. A.
REPORT OF TUB COKD1TION OF
At Astoria, In th flat of Orefon, at
th close of business, November 10,
Loam and discounts ...... Ml J.00I II
Overdrafts, secured and un
secured 7.T10 II
U. B. bond to secure ctr
eulatlon 11,100 00
Premiums on U. S. bonds., 760 00
Uunds, leourltles, eto 43,171 11
Danklnt house, furnltur.
and fixture 1,100 00
Other real stal owned..., 4,17100
Due from national bank
(not rtserv agents) , , 01
Due from stat bank and
banker 10,111 IT
Due from approved reserve
ftnt 114.111 IT
Checks and other cash Item l.lll 71
Note of other national
bank 491 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickel, and cent 171 14
Lawful Monty Reserve In
Leg al-tender note 111 00 17 Til II
Redemption fund with U. &
Treasurer (5 per oent cir
culation) hi 00
Total 1511.177 II
Capital stock paid n 10.000 00
Surplus fund 10,000 00
Undivided profits, less ex
pense and tases paid... 11.471 01
National bank note out-
tamim. ii,00 00
to check I2S4.I47 II
cates of de
posit li.M tl
of deposit .... 101,111 II 100.701 II
Total ItiMTT II
State of Oregon, county of Clatsop.
I, J. E, Illgglna, Cashier of th above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
th above statement Is tru to th best
of my knowledge and belief.
J, a inaoiNs,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this Hth day of November, 1104.
GEO. C. FULTON.
(Seal) Notary Public
GEO. IL OEOROE,
OEOROE) W. WARREN,
DONT 00 TO BT. LOU IB
Till you cs'l at or write to th Chi
cago, Milwaukee Bt Paul Railroad
Offlc 114 Thlrt street, Portland, Or.
Low rate to all point east, in connec
tion with all transcontinental,
H. B. ROWB,
ONQ TO THE FAIR.
What to Do If Yeu Desire Praotloal
If you contemplate visiting th St
Louis Exposition, to secur reliable In
formation as to railroad lervlca, th
lowest rate and th best routs. Also
a to th local condition In St Louis,
hotel, etc., etc.
If you will writ th undersigned,
stating what Information you desire
th tarn will be promptly furnished.
If we do not, have It on hand, will
secure It for you tf possible, and with
out any sipenae to you. Address
a IL TRUMBULL.
tti ti in tntt ntttt
When you bny canned olami
Clean and wholesome and a borne
product, t or sale by nil leading
a-rucers. warreniion Ulam Com
pany, Warrenton, Or.
H. B. PARKER, Proprietor
Large Sample Rooms on
Room$ 50c, 75c, $1.00 and
eot of Ninth Strut ASTORIA. OREGON