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THE DAILY ASTOUIAN, VKIXESDAY MOUNINW, XPVKMKKK 17, 1807.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Tel.-phont No. t.
. TKItMS or St llfCitllTIO.N.
Bon I by mall, per year tt.tU
feeru by moll, per month .(0 .
terved by carrier, por mont .u
bant by mall, por year In 4vmc...S2.w
Poets, free to .ubaorUMr.
All communications Intended for pubtt
cation should be directed to the editor
liutdncss communications ot all kind
and remittances must be addressed to
The Astorlun guarantee to SUD-.
scribers the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
Advertising rates oaa be had on appU
catiou to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorian, the second old.
eat weekly In the stats ot Oregon, has,
next to the Portland Oreroalaa, the
largest weekly circulation tn the nate.
John F. Hundley Co. are our Portland
agents, and copies of the Astorian can
be had every morning at their s;a.ad.
VH Third street
The people of Astoria are about to send
11000 of their money to Portland to pay
for an advertisement In the Creronlan
eitoHllng ihe ImmutabJ law of nature."
under -which the wheat raised east of the'
Cascade mountains is bound at some
more or less distant time In future lo
come down to the mouth of the Coium-1
tea, to be loaded on ships for Europe and
the Oiieut. This nwnev Is nnv ami.
tributed. in most instance, out of shier !
good w-Ulfor the OregonUn; as a d. J
served recognition of the greatn. of :
that paper: for Its Incalculable service In j
the couse of s.Hini mon.y during the lat
presidential campiUgn, and Irs loyalty un-
der many other past adverse and distress- '
lng xxcrcumstances to the bst lnteresis of f
Or. iron. The people of Oron admire I
, , . . . j I
and appreciate the Oreronian, notwlth-1
standing the abuse and scurrilous sland- j
ers so profusely heaped upon It by the j
small newspaper tools of a certain dis-
reputaUe and vindictive ring of disep- j
. . . . ., , ,
pointed and disgruntled politicians. If
there was no real intrinsic merit in that
paper which there ts, and lots of It, for
it ts by long odds the best newspaper
published on toe Pacific coast It would
still have a claim to the support and en
couragement of all of Oregon's best peo
ple on aixwnt of the Idnd of -nemles i:
baa made. But the fact remains that any
further advertisement of the Immutable
lasrs of nature with referen:e ti Afto
toria's future devriopment and trade,
either In the Oregonlan or elsewher', is
ridiculous, and wiB do no good. If the
Lord has intended wheat to come down
her;, independent of any movement on
the part of our people to go after it, and .
in spite of the efforts of Portland ponpje ;
to prevent it, we may as well leave the
matter In the hands of the A'.mltthty and
await the maturity of his own plans. I
There is, however, a business which can;
be brought to Astoria, and that lninvdl- j
a,a,- i,h, ov ,i..,Hrn. ... for.. I
rand, but, on the con:rary. to her bet-
ferment, far beyond anything she has
yet experienced in her whole history as a I
town Let her substintial citizens unl'e
heart and hand In the propoaal made in! Tr"n,on- M"' f,rTl1'" "''
j fath-r. mother, six children. fo;i- .
yesterday's Astorian for an alliance be- :,,.. ,
' i In-law, two daugnters-in-!aw and
tween San Francisco and Astoria in th" grandchildren. Th- oid-.t p-if-nt !
control of Alaska trade. Let the Ore- I the oldest child 5".
gonian in the imprest of Its own Immedi
ate community, without reference to the
good it may ba the means of doing As- :
tona and the whole state of Ort-gon, take !
up this eminently feasible suggestion of ;
the Aitorian, and that paper wiJ de
rive more benefit in the next twelve
jnontlis in the direct return of dollars and
cents to its coffers than it has yet re-
oelved or stands to receive 1n years to !
from th n-wde of As'.orln In ad- '
vertiftlng any law of nature, however lm-
.... LI,. ..1.. Tl..-1...l I'l
muiaim;; wmie cii. o x-u.. ......
realize more advantage over her competi- j
tors, and bring a greater meed cf pros- !
perity to her pex-pje, than will result
from the expenditure of millions of Uncle j
Barn's good money In her future resltt
enoe, no matter how euceseful, of these
same immutable laws of nature, to be
miveruseei, . at so mucn per line, lor ue i
benefit of Astoria, In the Oregonian.
One of the queer things in the dis
cussion of economic and jseudo-eco-nomio
policies In this country at the
present time, i the fact that m-?n who
harve deimonatrafted praotlcajly their In
ability to succeed in managing their own
persona finances, are among those loud
est in instating upon their Ideas being
adopted as to the entire recasting of the
flnancdal system of the United States.
Two gigantic schemes of 'wholesale rob
bery are advocated by this class of lm.
praotical enthusiaats. The one Is the
robbery of every man who hae money
owing him, and of every man who has
any money Invested in savings banks,
loan associations or edewwhere, by dimin
ishing the actual value of the dollar to
(something less than half what It Is at
present The other is to practically con
fiscate the value of every farm or other
holding of real estate, and throw off all
taxation on any other form of wealth
thus playing directly into the hands of
owners of stocks, bonds and all forma
of wealth except real estate. Perhaps
the fact that these mm have not the
business capacity to succeed tn the kn
companion of this ate ft the world,
breeds lit thesn a wild desire to rot) those
who iro fitted to ikwI. Nothing els
,n rtplnln tliWr supivrt of poIMn
which arc simply effort to lest.tllie
TUB KV-.rriil.KWN k'TOKY IN OHIO.
Kor tho vear after the tr. i.I. ml.l el-c-
.ion tho republicans have done well In
I Ohio, iLcrr.r l.iishnol. is clc'ict ty a
j majority Uirv i' than tho average reptih.
1 ll.Nin ninloii.lo eituv iho war. Presl.
j ,,,., AVlV Wil t.,r,.rt uinec .-looted
j (rnor if"(11l0 ;)ni jU ,lu..-,;ic, ,nu
I toevthor do not .imou:i to as niiioh .is
sav ho was at a r. ;t iitu.il
vanijise. T:i. contrary l mi.-. Tli. re
neve r Wfor- In tho .state w.is .1 oar.. I!.
date ctf many advantage who g-K
Nton. Ho Is luvasiJ of .i;;i.-:ty, ('-
t.iiise Prvan did not t. Ci:v!nti. 1
10 S1VU-K. li'.u Pint" ..i
had a fusion t.rko, the.e ,n hi, lutore.t.
It W,v,.M by loss than two ,h ,u-
and majoritv. and if Prvan had simken , Monday.... l.. 4. s 07 lo.tl 4 t .0 to 1 n
u nu.dny...lti 4.t iixs 4 l ti 40 It hi I ,
therw that ticket would h.txe b-eii ue- Weduid' I7 S47t' 6 t I i as
I Thurwtav l 7 7 J 7 ,Vt Si! u 4.' 3 tv 1 ' i
feateJ by thousands". N-caiue the thirty ! Krtdv..."...lt .'7 7. i.l 1 V .'4 U.'mSI
. i . i -ri, 1 Saturday a 2l : to If j S tu s T 3 .': 1 t
lines must haw been defined. The re- slNlAVM 10 l:i l! II l;t 7 f I 4 oi as 4Mii;t
publican, wander off by many toons- ,1 .! j!5 H
and- over one o ,ho local Issue, at, l!
are the bane of the party, ond the shame ! Krlday fs f.i.'77 l,vf f 11 StT 8MII
. Saluntav.fT 3 l. 7 ' 2 If s t m S J 4t0it
of tt ;sl'.li.Y. 447lj So s .4 I M :l 4 lo0
. I Monday ...f.i 4.V74 4:i47lul at ll.vos
There were three or f .nir J-movraMf ' Tuosday . 4ti7Ji . 47 t i il; ' s l
C;ndlilat or tho unexpired term of j , , . .
Sherman In the senate each sure
j would ret the place If the demjcrau had '
the lorlslature McLean to take the full
t,tm-and the democratic candidate tor
J governor was soKl out aU over the etate.
He, of cwtrs. helpeil Pushnoll at
the expense of the republican l k-islatiire.
tv. a .....
j . n- UViiKvi.it3 were putv ir.ey nou a con1
! spiracy that would carry Cleveland, but
theJr han-t an,, tn,T hdJ ath,.r of
how arrangement In Toledo, and werx
mistaken there: and Hanna w i;l b- the
,nau,r for tne ,h,rt ant) ,,,,. .lTm,
j..t the. iv as they may.
Seems as if consumption always pl k
n,t ,he brightest and Nst. Fully one-
sixth of sJl the ilwKhs that occur In the
world are caused by consumption. Many
lh!nra wen ony? WIBltafd imposa.bl.
it would be strange if medical science
did not make some pro$rrss. The tel.
pTaPh an J telephone, the phonoirraph,
thet electric lighrt nil were once Impos-
... . , .
slble, and one.- It was imwsibl- to cr-
consumption. That was before the time
of Dr. Pierce's Goldon Medical Discovery,
Taken according to directions, this
standard remedy will cure fS per cent
of all caes of consumption. Consump-
Hon is caused and fostered by Impurity
in the blood. It is cured by purity and
richness In the blood sumiy, certainly
cured by the "M-siIca.1 Discovery." It
builds up enlld healthy flesh and vigor-
Dr. Pirc?'s Common Sense Medical
Adviser, a pag. medical work, pro-
fusely lllustrat-d. will he sent free on
1 receipt of 2t ore-cent stamps to eT'-r
j pewtaee only. Address. Wood's Dirn.
sar" Medical As.s,x:Iation. B;.ffa o. N. Y.
The only colore! member of the R. ,.- -t
fir department has b--n f r-e ! r sleti.
But B-wtnn will continue to l anx! .-.us
cncerr.lng the condition of th. ncr..
! who resides south.
Many people, wh-n a '.;::: cin:lpit-d.
make the mistake of u.-ln? valine or
other drastic purgn ti ves. A!! thit '.s
I tiewW Is n mild of Acer's l,!,;a
I redone the t-kuI ir m..v-m-nt of tn
a-d nature will ,1 the r-;
They keep the sysr.em In p.rf"et r h-r
Turn th rasc::s o;it"'h.
pr.rtv crv m.K
nrp!!.-,l t.) m! r' .r
Tl-e sf-nw ..f d. ae
as rd af 0 men
that lurlt In the bl vl lr "firn.l ..uf
hy Ayer's Snrsapartlla n. ffeet.:1:iy a
the old Iiostrrrasters
a new administration.
The Prince of W'aJ.s h.-i b.--om per
hat as good a shot as th.r" in in Or.-t
Britain. In a recent day's shooting it
pheasants he killed every bird h drew
j trlggir at.
j c Vrry, one of the best known .It.
jens of Spencer. Mo., testifies that h
cured himself of the worst kind of piles
Hazel Salve. He had been troubled with
piles for over thirty years and had use,
many different kinds of so-called cure?:
the work and he will verify this state.
but DeWltt's was the only one that did
ment If any one wishes to wrl'e to him.
A Kansas City hadware Arm rcc'lv-d
an order from a country town the ether
day for a case of Iron tonic. It was
turned over to a drug huse.
In St. Louis a
for a position.
"scrub ladv" advertise
Skins on fire with torturinp, difi(,'uring,
itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, and pimply
aumora, iiiiitantly relieved by a warm bath
withCLTici KA Soap, a single application of
ClTlCLIiA oiintiueiit), the great skin cure,
and a full dose of Citiciha Kkolvext.
Ktold thrimrtonttht world. Porrst o ;. -"' '
r-o.i., B.)um. How lo l.urt Tortuni-tliuinori, lr.
Cr.2l O kn tacc by Cu.icusA ifr.
Ayer'a 5arsapjirllla Is
for all diseases that htivo thttfr
origin in impure MihhI. It Is
than other Mtrsaparillaa, bet
tor nuuU of better iuirmllcuta
Mini by better iiu'tluuls. Its
record of cures proclaims it tho
Jlde title for Novemctr. 1807
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The British bark Hrussel arrivd last
evening from Napier.
j The State left San Fnineisoo a day
e B,,J wlH arrive here ths nwrnln.
The British bark IUMwle was towed
up to Portland yesterday by the Kmma
The HriUsh burk Ia-va. wheat laden,
arrived down yesterday In tow of the
The steamships Florida and Flintshire
are at anchor at Tongue Point, and will
dock at the Main street and can factory
ducks. Two barge loa. Is of wheat arc
on the way down to put on board these
st en m ships.
VESSELS BOUND TO ASTORIA.
The following vessels are bound to th'
Columbia River, with name of master.
rationality, rig, tonn-ige. where from
and dare of reporwsj mill:
Hyson. Hogg, Br str, f79 tons, Hong-
vVasdale. Fisher, Br sh, I'.Zi tons. Port
Lombard. Malsjn, Br sir, 10i tons,
George Stetson, Murphy. Am sh, ITS
tons. Baltimore. August 6.
Linlithgowshire. Anderson. Br sh. 1K7
tons, Antwerp. July 3.
Drumburton. Spurring, Br bk, 1773 tons,
Swaraea. July 8.
A me ley. Ewart, Br sh, torw, Car-
diff. May .
Ciimbr.an King, Hansen, Br sh, 1C3S
Dovenby Hall, Whickhim, lir sh, 1VJS
Ben Voirtlch. Ahitr. G-r sh, IV',
Province, Jones, iJ,r hk. ll's? tort;, Yoko.
h.im.i. Sptemh'-r 17.
Sprlnghurn. Ha--. Br bk. IVO tons. Hl
oeo. September 29.
D'irbrldge. MeUTiichlnn, Br sh.
tore. Table Bay, Septemler 17.
Poltnlloch. Mcleod, Br bk. IlrrJ tons.
T il.Ie Bay.
" iph.-lla, Sorenson,
Nor bk, HIT tors.
r.'atro, Esk, Swd bk. I70 tons. Ham.
Iein.l-e, Jarvls, Br sh, li8 tons, Hlogo.
r'o-,way Cit;e, Jones, Br sh, 1361
'. c:. Valparaiso.
M.itonpark, Tumilty, Br sh, 13M tons,
a ,.p: o.
P:. ift'iue, Treust, Fr bk, 2121 tons.Val-
""ommonweaith, Anderson, Br tr, 2113
tons. Taku. '
Ynraluara, B.avan, Br bk, lf'16 tons.
T-enhni, Iing, Br etr, 3116 tons, Hong,
f;r,park, Irish, Br sh, 17W tors, Itlo
Janeiro, August Xl.
'll-nr.ank, ly-oiard, Br bk, 133 tons,
'! of Perth, Wilson, Br sti, 25S0
";.-ne 1,-ve. Touge, Fr bk, W tons, Hai-pi.-.ng,
f)i ''lYffr Zl.
rial-orrn Castle. Mahor,
Br bk, 1307
vm Table Bay, August 30.
H.-riry Vlllard Pattott
Am sh, 1479
Xew York, October 14.
Otr-ron, Gully, Br bk, loM tons,
Newcastle, Australia, October 8.
Pef r J- bfr-n, Hansen, Nor str, 15M
ton-i, Ninatmo. I
Verb si:-, Juld, Br sh, 1713 tons, Wal
Otmarj, Fullarton, Br eh, 1306 tons,
Du "lln, (-to'(er 14.
Jacques, Bernada, FT bk, 14W tons, Ma-
! Indian Kmplre., Allen, Br bk, 1828 tona,
Port ?;igm, Traak, Br eih, 1592 tons,
I Santa P.ralla.
I Jui.i'Jer, Fijjrler, Dan oh, 1651 tons, Yo-
Chelmsford, Thomson, Br bk, 2137 tons,
I Cape Town.
I City of York, Jonea, Br ah, 1177 tons,
. Sydney. J
Blalrlogie, Mackay, Br bk, 1525 tons,
1 D"lagoa Hay, September 4.
! "HopiKrtt, Tort, Rue eh, 1305 tons. Port
! Natal, B-ptember 2.
, Miitlndes, AyliTig, Br sh, 1452 tons, Mel.!
bourne. October 15. !
M.ioMITan, Guthrie, Br sh, 14a0 tons, ,
Ibi rl' ttc, a- -man. Gen sh, 1703 tona, ;
L.-ikemta, Bt adhering, Br bk, 10W tons,
Vrn mantle. I
Clan RolH-rtson, Pill, Br sh, 1540 tona,'
Santa RomIIs.. j
British Oenernl, Thomas, Br sh, VV)
tons. N weasile, Australia. I
Midas. MiwaetiRer, Hr bk, l;a tons,
K:rlckdale, Stewnit. tr sir, !i buw,
Yalorl, UroMi,, Hr sit, 1 "- tons. New.
Hornby C:iHi. Iliuht, Pr ih. Xi lot.
i iMiimcrolK. Jolos. n, Ur bk, 1WI tout,
j Adelaide, S lOi hlber ?,.
i T! ,t!s. Oiler. It. tk. I'.tvi t..n. N ik..
' .lKI, iVtoN-r II.
;oii u. ks:s in im:m vmv
lirislee .in, I Sportivm :
Tho lntluvii,-o thai the li,M-e how I-
h,i Ititf on h.i-e.lre iliiiu luler. sin In (he
-v Is particular!" 'O n ke. I. 8 en I ir
f 1 Thompson, of tho American I'er.'h.
rrn 1I,ini,. !r.-d,'rH' VH.s iifion ,le, .n.!
!!iat no Mil, h acti it ban 1, . n nianUe.
! rd sill-'.' tile N!iim!lan S!l.iv :is lh.f
w hich now ' ,Miar4oVri,- rhe trade lie
t!us sm'Vh up tl-e situation: "There ts S
.li'tn i:hl iiinv for i!od hoi-S'S and a eon.
eiuetit Increas,, Iti the price t),,,l
cm -h and c.irrlaite horses as well a. bin
draft hordes are Is-omlm,- x-.vy scarce
'and breeders who hive hiinit on dtirlni!
tho hard time ;in nmv aUnit to re ip
tholr rcwarl. It Is :t fact Iho sound draft
home which a year hkv could bo boosM
; at from fl.V to Jjxi pair are n.w worth
fr.vn Ji to . with few ofTerlnit l
any price. Any tho owner tt a irvd. stvl
( Ish, larvo conch team can nan.' his own
! price and It. Tho outlook for horse
t hreeer: Is wry rii:hl and I fully ex
) wt to iv as hlirh. If not hdrh. r. prices
i paid for uo.sl bronllng stallions the next
flv ye.kr as were ever pndl durlnit the
! tHhnn tlnios In harsi.bree,llric from W
to 191 TIo mat JlrTlctilty Is that there
will not h sufllolent numbers In the
i country, nnd undoubtisVJy birse Importa
ttoin of French, and 8-tch breedlne
stallions will ttn.v!e hex! seasion."
You can't afford to rlsK your life by
' allowing n cold tn develop Into pneumonia
I or consumption. Instant mllrf and a
Certain cure are afforded by One Minute
Couch Cure. Charles Rotreni.
Chnries Allen, of Terrvv!!le, tVnn..
Ilcked Uowivn thr and f.nii ouarts of
r!po Iik.'Ioiis strawberries from his straw.
Nrry pitch tho other dav.
J. M. Thlrswend. of ilrosNek. T x ,
s.-.ys that when he has , sp,.i pf
r-'stion and feels bad an, sluKBlsh. he
takes two of rvWItt's Utile Karly Hlser
it rlitht. and he Is all right, the next
nvrnlnir. Many thcnstinds of others do
the same thing Do yon Chns. Hogers.
Tho Plb'.o was written bv degrees dur.
I-.K ti period of t y.ars. It was an
cl.ntlv call.sl -Th) ll.mks." but f.,r the
part 7") year the "ItlMo "
You can't curs consumption but you
ean avoid It and curs every other form
of throat or lung trouble by the use of
One Minute Cough Cure. Charles Rogers.
In th possession of a Bangor Jeweler
is a string of heo.b worn bv Mary Wood-
bury, who came to this country In the
Mayflower In 13.
Warning Persus-is who suffer from
coughs and colls should heed th warn
ings of danger and save themselves suf
fering and fatal results by using One
Mlnut- Cough Cur. ! Is nn Infallible
remedy fcr coughs, colds, croup and nil
throat and lung troiibes. Cb,is HoKrrs
During v, the RrltUh government !
ealle.1 In 2,l""o poi.n.l' H. rt'i ..r g. '.I ;
. ..in. and r. habllia!.. 1 I: at a s f
"1 .) nou rids. I
The three-year.old boy of J. A. John,
son, of Lynn Center, III., Is subject to at
tacks of croup. Mr. Johnson says he s
satisfied that the timely use of Cham-'
berlaln's Cough Remedy, during a severe
attack, saved his little boy's life. H ts
In the drug business, a member of the!
firm of Johnson Bros., of that place; nnd'
they handle a great many patent m'd.i
clnes for throat nnd lung diseases. He
had nil the to choose from, and skilled
physicians ready to respond to his call, j
but selected this remedy for use In lits
own family at a time when his child's!
life was In danger, because he knew It
to hP superior to any other, and famous
the country over for Its ruren of croup.
Mr. Johnson says this Is the bes- selling ,
rough medicine they hand!", nnd that It
gives splendid an t!s fist I on In nil ensrs.
Sold by Entes-Conn Drug Company.
Tn looking at her hu-l.ari'I. a woman
usu,-i;y ays: "I b. ll. ve you are guilty
of something, although I don't k'o.w
what It K"
Disfigurement for llfo by burns or scalds i
may be avoided by using DetVltt's Witch
Hazel Snlve, the grent remedy for
piles nnd for all kinds of sores and skin
troubles. Charles Rogers.
A larg. tsliipmeiit of KpsinWh Amerb in
merino nh-i-j was mad" from Whiting,
Vt , to South Africa a few .lays a'.:...
Mr. N. N. Osburn, well known at
Woodstock, Mich., was troubled with a
lame bark. He was persuaded to use
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It gave him
relief In one night. This remedy Is also
famous for Ms cures of rheumatism. For
sale by Entes.Conn Drug Company.
Tho -x-F.mpreM! F.ugenle is S years
old. She is the daughter ef Count Cy
prlen de (Montljo, a Spanish grandee.
There Is no need of little children be
ing tormented by scald head, eczema,
and skin eruptions. DeWltt's Witch
Hazel Salve gives Instant relief and
cures permanently. Charles Rogers.
A hymn for which a Kansas City street
miml.lan with an nncordlan has a. grenl
partiality Is "Do Not Pass Me By."
FOR WEAK MEN.
TRIAL WITHOUT EXPENSE.
The famous APPiisnconn.i iicmeoios or f
UieKrioMeilicalCo now forlhollrst tune f
. .. . ..... i i -... u.. m rm
Olieif.1 flllli.i.ll -i.-u-f- '.niifr, d.ij
lionmt man. fol e dollar lo e paid i i
In advance. !u.-o I ,;ecta of J.rrors $4
i r Y t - I" Old " voui"'. M intiood t
f.'ully Itotonii. Jlo lo Knliirko and r"
hireiigthou Weak, t'n lnv" lot-d Portions M
,.r itilw Al.u.ln.ai infi.Oliic Motrin ktl
Treatiiiunt. Un 1 ' J'- or otli. r Kchcinet. jjj
(A piaiij o:ieT 07 u oi in ot ni'ii Riuiiu.iiir, t
ilhlE iiitullirtiLUU. itut-i.uj.N.y.
CM K'wg Cole
V a inrrrie old loul
And lie knew a thiiitf or two;
Kor he chcwcil Tiprr lleidtieck all his lift,
And to did hit subjects, too.
Larger and Bettor"
The Now FivfsCent l'icce of
(flUMPACNC rUVOR) J
ONE TRIAL MARKS A LIFE-LOW. CUSTOMER.
Sole Agents (or Knox and Wauturton Hats
BUFFUM &r iirNDIwBT?IN
94 Third Street, PORTLAND, OR.
....The Only Exclusive
THE SISTERS OF THE
Convent of the
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CHAS ROGERS, 45 Commercial Btraet
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Mount Angel College
MOUNT ANGEL Muion Count -. OREGON
1 1da Is Just the place for your boya.
Delightful location, largo buildings and
grounds, good msals, plenty of healthy
exercise, eieellenl teachers and careful
u lining this Is what they all say of
.VI- ANGEL COLLEGE. Bend for CaU
ii.H.ue and special terms.
'. F. PLACIDUS. Director.
ORhGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
'1 tiouth, Oregon
A HAI.u ifi SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS
In. i 1 -.r.-od 1'o'irse of three years.
'enloi i wluillv ir.ifeHiiiual.f
I rainiH. ieiiir. ment of nine prudes with btn children.
' -tnieiloh un. I train UK in Gymnastic (SweilUli ys
1 i . Ol'l Voe Music for i-iihlic schools
Normal diploma l recognised by law an s MTATK
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iirhl eitienft. 'I ulilo'i, iHHiks, board and lodKliik f:i
i roiniinielyi, 00 i,er er.
t ml.-n i I .nirillnt llicmtJf Ives, lll'l mi per yeiir.
Aeadeuilc xrades s. ei'.teil (ruin high neliooh.
'sIlllllKllea i ' h'-.-rfll 1 1 y "fill Oil S.lll'sllllll,
P. V. CAMI'IIKI.U President, or
W, A. WANN, Miierelary Kaculty.
Thls Irani Vea.talil
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lion ol a famous i rench pliyalclsn, will quiokly eur. you of all ner
vous or dleM ,f Ilia (srieraUve ornsl.s, snell M Lost Manhnnd,
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Pimpln , Unfltnm to Marry, KxliauaUns liralns, Vrlis ..A
ConilnU'in. HtUipsall Imm by Oar or nlshk Preeni aulck
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home fur I tio unit prl't
tri wllb tliOB who
and ttia aame mumrmn,
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bam or pay ijwnif ot
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aaflMMkMi "' 'f
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ftmpirm.i 'opDcr-t olor.
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In moiilti, Nnrft THmmU
rtl Nnola, ,lfPiifiiafi'
rrt-hniwa fulllnar uC
hwtmtlury or I iirtiary
aaraaii4' lonirc We
raaut rurtv 'Iliia js.
fa 4.1.1 II of tba MiHit
for many yearn w j,avtB
llaseavaj. wlin ,,,,r V I'll I LK N K and W
tiava ifiOV.OOO capital t-fhlnd our un.onllllon
ruaranuttt. Writ Ua for iOU.nir himk and abaolutva
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Ti'tn Mnaonlt! Trmpltn, 4 hlrntro, llllnola
Q1VKH OIIOICB Uf
Via Spokane and St. Paul
Via Ogdon, Denver and
Omaha op Kansas City.
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Cbalr Ci" :
Astoria to San FMnalsoo.
Htala if (.Vllforiis, c.Iiim.Iu)', Oo.
tolwr M. i
Columbia. Monday, i).olr li.
Htl uf Cniin.rnla. 81 unlay, ttotobal
tdiimtla. Thursday, Novomber I
HUts uf California. Tiinsdny, Novnnv
(iomU. nitndny. Novntulwr 14.
Htats f California, Friday. Novtiilat
Columbia, Wln"dy, Novamtwr K
Htala of Callfornln. Monday. Nvsm
Tor rata and general tnronaatlae aai
cn r ad lrsss
0. W. LOt?N"HnHT.
w ii mmi.nrnT.
Oeu. Paa. Agt., Portland, fir.
. . VIA . .
Library Car Route
AMKHICA'H WPNIC LINK.
The all-rail routs to Kootenai mining
district, via Seattle and Hpokans
Shortest and Quickest Line
St. Paul. Minneapolis,
AND AM. 1HHNTS EAHT
Through Palace and Tourist
Sleepers, Dining and IJbrary Obaswra-
HKHVIl'K AM' 1" K.N KICV f N A VJ t ' t LK IJ
For tlckM and full Information call
on aarat t). It. A N. Co. or address
A II. C. PKNNIHTON.
C. P. A T. A.. Portland, or
II. C. KTKVKNH. O. W. P A.. Heattls.
TlI.I.AMexiK, NICI1 AI.EM AND
TII.I.AM(K. NICIIAI.KM AND
TH.I.AM(ioK. NICIIAI.ICM AND
TII.l.A MdtiK, NICIIAI.KM AND
TILLAMOOK, NICIIAI.KM AND
OTIIKH C'OABT J'OINTS
OTIIKK COAHT J'OINTS
OTIIKH COAHT POINTS
OTIIKH COAHT POINTB
OTIIKH COAST POINTS
it. P. KI..M()ltlC,
It. 1' EL.M' iUa,
II. P. KI.MOHK.
W. II. HAIiniBON
W. II. 1IAHRISON
W. 11. IIABHIHON
ALL, OPEN FOH HPKC1AL CIIAHTKR
Hulling dates to and from Tillamook
and Nalialiuii eWpond uixta th weather.
For freight and passenger rates
KI.MORIC, BANIIOHN A CO., Agents.
O. R. N. Co. Agonts, Porllnnd.
THIS nAILWAY COMPANY
Operates Its trains on th famous block
Lights Us tralna by electricity through
out; Use th celebrated eleotrlo berth read
Runs splendidly equipped passenger
trains every day and night between
St Paul and Chicago; tl
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A BT. PAUb
Also operatea stee.m-heaied vestlbuled
trains, carrying) the latest private oom
partment cars, library buffet smoking
cars, and paluc drawing room sleepers.
Parlor cars, free reclining chair cars and
ths very besl dining car service.
For lowest rates to any point In th.
United States or Cnnadn, apply to
ticket agent, or address
C. J. EDDY. Oeneral Afeat,
J. W. CASEY, T. P. A.