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TRE DAILY ASTOHIAN, SUNDAY MORNING. AtfttUST 2, IR7.
WOMAN'S SOME OF THE LATEST SECRETS Caroline Describes the Coming Corset and Other Feminine Novelties Sow the Pashion. The vwy newest corses ir.J corset bodies of every description, though lean ing towards useful line, ar all so dajuily white s,.d so conueulshly trim med that it looks a If the new woman U not such, a hardened creature after all. At one of the beet known dealers la Portland I lonrned nonii) of the lutes t secrets of corsets. Few women who drew well now buy their stays ready made. but have thorn fashicwd to orIer, ac- cording to exactions of Individual figure. For lew expensive tastes, for corsets j made to order are naturally dearer than nth r there are ready-made ot.es, of course: but even these are tr.ed as carefully to he figure a a loot to the . foot, and out of S.1 of the same r.iimlvr j perhaps Jy on niU deolaresl a per- , feot fit. I Then there seems to be corsets for ', very occasion under the sun. far cycling. , golf a.id riding, for high dress and for lounjrt' (? And so perfectly arc they nil I made thnt tbere Is no effect of sloven- j lines, so that it bleed with any sort j of a figure, the s..me girl may wear all ; k is and still iem the tr.m girdled j betr.g man loves to know her. Corset for fat women are enormously ln:r. but the newest ones are very low- ot at the bust, which does away witn that ugly crow-ling up of the flesh so long aen. . The bottom fits on the hip like a cap hi almost a straight line, and Is nnlshed with a wide, elastic ruid that stretches or rolls up slightly In sitting. This makes it possihlo for such stays to be worn without greaX discomfort: and It is claimed even that the s:e of the hina may he reduced through their con stant wearing. Apropos of fat ladies and all those who wish to do away wtth superfluous under sT&rments, many stylish women are now wearing flarinel bloomers or knickers In stead of petticoat s for walking. A skirt Is worn or them, to be sure, for w have not yet reached the point of dropping our maiden needs entirely. But for the rest if this feminine mantle were sudjetfly blown aside the wearer would stand revealed a perfect boy In the get up of her extremities, down even to stout calfskin boots and strict golf stock ings. Fir:, next the body, from n-ek to an kles are worn combknaUd of silk or wool. Over these goes the corset, and if the chimise is sufficiently thin to permit j the skirt being crowded into the bliomers, i it may be added. j Generally, however, the chemise Is lef: off on "these be-trousered occasions, an 1 the corset is covered instead with a p-i- formed chamois veat that would defy the coldest blast that ever Diew. The tall boots are Ir. this ins-.ance of dull dongola kid that needs to be rubbed off with oil instead of blacking. This oiling, tt is claimed, make the leather waterproof, tut It als gives a delightful softness that is a wonderful Incentive to long healthful waiks. The clumsy feet of the golf stockings are cut off and the tops used as leggina over thinner ones. CAROLINE. INTO THE MTSTERT. But often. In the world's most crowded streets, But often in the dhi of strife. There rises an unppeakable desire After the knowledge of our burled life; A longing to Inquire Into the mystery of this heart which beats So wild, so deep in us to know Where our lives come and where they go. Only but this la rare When a beloved hand Is laid h ours, When, jaded with the rush! and glare Of the interminable hour". Our eyes can in ano' tier's eyes rrad clPar, When our world-deafened ear Is by the tones of a loved volet caressed A bolt is shot back somewhere In our breast. And a lost pulse of feeling stirs again. The heart sinks Inward, and the heart lies plain. And what we mean we say, and what we would we know. A man becomes aware of his life's flow. And hears Its witJI'r murmur, and h? sees The meadows where It glides, the sun, the breeze. And there arrives a lull in the hot race Wherein he doth forever chase The flying and elusive shadow, rest. An air of coolwss plays upon his face. And ai. unwonted calm pervad-s his breast. And then he thinks he knowa The hills where his life rose, And the sea where It gos. Matthew Arnold. TIES OF WHITE MI'SLLV. They Add to the Charm of the Pretty Faces. It Ib a pleasant sight to watch the I crettv vounsr fares of flu. nmm,.- I Who haW taket, to the finely s.Kped ' .'" " """ V,C'n,,y ot 'h batiste or muslin tie. Although they are 1 """ "r Wa" a ,ar5': frail, they are very becoming and have '" the advantage of retumJ'.ir equal to new j from the careful laundresses' hands. An- j ctlH-r novelty Is a new dapper cycling i hat of soft, light felt, either beige, cham ois or gray: it has a round crown or br:m, the former lightly indebted all round. For trimming there 18 a narrow band of gro grain round the crown, or a REAhM cravat of smal checked cambric, a neat binding of the mine up.w the brim, while on the left side a fanciful aigrette, compMcd of a varltty of very small feather, termed a "fantasle." and finish ed by a heron aigrette or paradise plume, curled cutely round, to apparent neatness. Thee hat ntv worn without veils. Of the latter white fancy tulles, studded minutely with black rhivitlle spot. rv the rag: also colored tulle similarly worked, to be worn with nice colored hats, whether scarlot. (rray. brown, blue or violet. There h lately Wen a cer tain run on a new and effctlve, but un becoming tulle, unevenly dotted and spot ty! with w-hKe: but as this veJing sug gest the accidental dashing of a white wash brush upM the fabric of the tulle Is now and more advantageously emplay- e.1 by milliners as hat trimmings, nol very pretty It Uxiks proof that there is a tltnes for everything. Kvcry woman knows how dltttcutl It l to choose be coming nets for wits. In choosl.-g al ways try the tulle over the hack of your j unglovcl haid. If the net thtvws n shadow do not purchaw: If. on the con trary, the skl appear w hiter than tin- tnr,. bv vntra.-t, haw no hesitation j 1: i a simple matter of the meh being , clearly or loosely ,letS:ieel or woven, and I when the the latter the veil 1' rarely, if I ever a success. Tit RKM'H'K TAN ANP FKKi'KI.KS. The juice of cucumbers re--.d out w ith a !emon-sni.- jer l one of the m t ff.-c tive and simple remedies known for re- 1 j moving sunburn. I Kor r moving fr ckh-s take o e eup ct i milk and two spoonsful of gruel horse- ; radish, and let 1: stand fer an hour, then ; strain and Kithe the f ice a: d ha.' 1; in :: ' A half pi- .t of rose water a:! one spoon- , ; iul of lemon juice Is eonsl l red excellent ; f(tT KlthlK lho f:u, to .moV1 A ..ijp,, w.,n whioh is -:y hlch- . ,,. onm,,!,, an, remove freckles. j miulo of a ,Vl!;lrter of a pound of oat I I me;il soap. sh;ivel tir .nto one n'l.ir: of j ! f, boilkc water: atlr until It Is smooth j j liwn aM a haf pin. jpri:s pf wlIN a ,,,,,.,. olln,v of ol, pf r,15. ( mary j . A GOOD CTRUXO FLUID. A very Rood and clear curirtt water can be made a follows: A pint of distilled water .nto which place about thirty cruthesl quince seis to simmer for a couple of hours, carefully strain and set by. To this add a gill of alcohol, refined spirits of wine or brandy, acsl a teaspoon- ful of alumn water, and an eiual quanti ty of rose, water or Eau de Cologne to perfume It. TO CLEAN LEATHER. Linings or facing of leather upon gar ments may be cleaned by nibbing nil I over with soft white soap: thn sporjre the leather with warm soapsuds, Ii which a little soda ha been dissolved. Wash thfct off with lukewarm water con- talniitir a sllgh: percvnt.ute of sola, an I finally dry the facings hetwevi two towel. THE CHIKCH. In Toronto, Canada, there are If.a churches ami only 142 saloons. No saloon keeper can hold office in that city. A ne.v rack holding 3h wheels hps boi provided for the use of bicyclists at th First Congr.gatlor.al church at Fani.-:a. Cal. Brother Anthony, la'.e of St. Mary's college. Oakland, Cal., wf h several other Chrhttia., Brothers, will open St. James' college, Vancouver, Wash. At Blaine, Wash.. Rev. H. D. Wads worth of the M. E. church. h.id secured pledges from seven persofis agKregatlnt three-tenths of the church debt. Judge John E. Caples of Portlad, has been appointed consul to Valparaiso. He is a member of Taylor street church Port land, awl was a delegate to the la.t gen eral onference. G. B. Brill, a member of the Methoilst Episcopal church, Is soon to go to China to establish a moM farm In the province of Hupeh. He goes under the auspices of Cornell unAt-rsl.y. at the request of the Chinese governor of that province. The visit of the rW. Alfred Kummer to Portland on return from his Alaskan tour conferred grea-t pleasure, on a host of friends. He arrived August Gth, and r'-m:i.-.-d ovvr Sabbath, preaching at Taylor street In the morning and at Grace church In the. evenine. The Presbytery of Memphis, on July 20th, released Rev. J. H. Lumpkin from the pastorate of the Third church, M m phis, that he mlxht accept the call ex tended to him by the Committee of F.d- ueatlon to ljeconv the Assembly's See retary of Education. At the tHrtn.-lnf of the yeir Batry ctreet M. E. church of 8at'le. ow -1 1' -VjS. The chur'-h Ex'enslr society agreed to lend tl.'i"'! on eornlit.lo.1 that the balair I of .)' would n- wild. Much to ti.e credit of thie pastor. Rev. II. T). Lrown, !ne full amount was raised l-i two s;e-cal l apper.ls. I I R"-v. cjeorgv. Cra.vHle Rradby. dean of j Westminster. unv-"-II d Augusr. Cth on Frehwa."T Dov.-ns, Isle of 'Wight, the I Tenryvm Memorial Reacon. Th- beacon, , which, will take the place of the Oi.e that has lung sitood there Is In the form of an ONLY A TOAD. Rut He Proves Himself .he Thrifty Far mer's Frnd. Many 'people vl. w with disgust this rough, urtcouth, Jeathe-ry-coatH little creature with his distended stoma'h and souau ungrm-eful form. v their avrion Is Mlally without re.oiv The toad I not vwmoiiou or harmful, nor ca.i be be uttTly ugly with h. singularly eh'.ir and brtlllant eye. A old superstition nas. "The loiwl h a Jewel in his head. ' If he ha. It must l the gham of tho Jewel thai flashes through his eye nai l lights up his o lurwlse unattractive eoiuit.u- nnec, Howvwr this nviy he. the toad .s a lewel in himself front an e-oMmlc point of view. The farmer ha no better friend or ally In his warfaiv against Injurious icct. The toad conns fotth niostlv at night. B 'it'll such nscets as .he cut woim are abroad. When 1 am working In the garden aihl ln.idvert.tly disturb a toad, l always feel like begging his pardon, for. howeter nint-r it may mem to seme, 1 like tonus. Li. this Pakotn land they are abundant, nivl I no l.-e that inwts nrc pro"u tlonatvly few, W'lnti'i follow. ng the ttvaking plow I nave eftsvn Nnn the rt-lnct.n ;t si'ctator of the List sad tragedy In the live of some j of tl. Niwfhvnt Huh- creature. They '. love to burrow down in the earth to Just i alwtlt tht depth thnt the plowshare tak-s. and there they are som;ltue lie.-.l l:v two. On thee oceaNlons, w lavi evanu.. tng the oviteiits of their stomachs, I , !uiv been surprixxl at the uua-it ty FASHION'S LATEST FAIES Desig.ie; Expiesiy By th- Ba"errk i StilUUKH It ASi.'l K-W A IS r. There is surh a w ' watst and t!:. Ir p '.ir.it al N.lhie i !..! i.,..' that the limit ii a:tr.ictie nic'. s of this kind oante u s.ial to Kiv . a r .u-b-sl. Th.- ndieelous ,i;ul eag ntrtl, hovever. I'.ne N en .lls.v.nlisl ar.l ve now have so pible and ( .-n t'ancifdl mol' S i..si!;, in.i.ie with a ih.hU rit.' amount of goods. The early F,:! .-h stylo tllanTra-ed is nVil for Its dHUn- 'lv I ai ra-- lent o fullness whlen is .lnw.i !m double rows of shirring to round yoke iep:h. Painty touehes ,ir of eo-u-s,., given by the Ikl.iIs of .r-.sertion ar.-l by a i.mcif til rtlln slxk and Nit. .M'.sh- room puffs are at the top of the rout- shaped slc-v. which have fanciful point- etl wrists and a frill of laee .slfc.inK droop- Ing over the hand. Such a waLst may be worn with circular, gor-d or full sk.r: th.a will tie trimmed or plain. A very petty and le-comlng mode was coplel from it In ro. veiling rellevisl by black velvet rtbln. The lnexp.ns.ve tnfTeta. China ai.il Ut-rty silks are also good selections for the wat w hleh requires lns-rtlon or ribljon for garniture. BIrSE SHIRT-WAIST. Ex's-i.tloir.filly stylLsh blouw shirt-waists of havy and diai.h.u-xu wash o-orvls eontlnue popular and their comfort and eb-gnt. cool and may )w made extremely coolness Is url!sputed. The mode shown elaborate by the application of band rtm ln the sketch may be m.-ule (,- a combln- ,n,nf comie,l of ltni. s net. Jettel. atlon or of one material. The fronts ha vo or '-mbn.ld. rl.sl Uni.tM :'hiit. show scroll fullness gatherer at the top at each side design or jet len.ln ,uit spangl.-s. The of the elosing, which Is made with studs blouse-waist Illustrated Is known as the through a box-pbilt at the center. Lace C.-tKtellnie and ps features are itreesy edging borders the phut and the stylish ' '" 11 "eomlng. Turk shirrlngs made nt collar, which Is also trimmed with tr.e ,h" 'ol" depth a.-rfw the back and fronts are effeenve and the full.s In Bertlon. The collar Is in sailor style an Its broad ends .,re from the throat. A lecher Wt 111, failey buckle Is worn, ho sklr. . gracef,lIly ;in1 eany rn.de. Whit,, materials are always pretty for the young and duck ai r pirpnv are so ilur- le that an iiivemmerit In either will lw sore to prove satisfactory. inu. frt-. oner. My bar 1 of contrasting material are used for trimming whit, skirts, as, for Instance, blue d ik on white, e"c the effect :s dresy and -the trlmmkus ore by no m-a,ns extravagan'. M , Mhey could hold. 1 have also notnl the prealeuc of Injurious kvc.- of Insect, , such as Inif-lvMles, cut-worm, tiruli m l their lajvac. J A few days ago, a ujiotlirr victim pa.ss.sl under the plow. I took iin to note the evvi'.cnl of Its stomach, which j ioneltv.l of four large out worms, two N an-Us-th -s. seventeen small lesif-brellc. j e ghl small ni.inure-lwvtles, three llh s, several larvae aal about a teosHHnfiil of the sttmll aromatic yellow aids. This was only a iiie.lliim-sll tesid; and now. lust think hovv many u.h meals be na.t taken ui his life: then I hi k of hln tit 1 1 -lions ef ivlat.ve. and I he nusils they had eatia In their llv; after that r'- m nitsT that In their poly wmt state toads clear out ni.Ml.ulH of larvae from stag nant wa.ter. ajal do much tow ard hsMrn Ing ihe gi't nnxpitrt pet. and you may linaguio tlie ast iiuu; tv of Inlurleiis lnect ma.erUI they must have dtryil 1 hive 'loinexil.-atiil and celouldd livid la my i- ll.r :ui t gatib a. and ill wax fol: amply i-i.ild by the ih-erens' In the ii'iiiiIh r of Insects. It makes 1 1 1 1 U I ditterx-nco to the tivnl who her Ills meal Is. ol e;dtMKo woim mosquitoes or N .UI-bistleH .lown the- gtl. ,UhI as he rut-s his throat w ith his ' IuumI" he w inks lus o:T .. 1 is re.il f.'i niv-r"-. iiiu Animal I'rl.-nds. tor the "fistoMan" Publishing Company fire.! In v.- efT-et w,ih velvet. Very short, narrow Ih.i.to fronts .ire ehie. The sl--v.s re i ,(,,. it.st Mvb- and the n.i k completion Is Improvlrg and dre-sy. Tht clght-gore.1 skirt Is hn-idsoniely trim- m"1 wl1 rlbton velvet njul Its shaping -n ' adjustment Is pcrfn-t. Some good sugg.inn are off.-re,l In lh'' mo'1'' "hleh Is .ipimiprlate f,,r a wid- ri""" f dre g-Hls and rmlts of mob-rate or lav h .psor.r l.n. The ,,,.w w",ues of writ.-, nimrl'.-lialr, eb.th ;u,i novelty ultlrirH may ! made In this manner, wfh silk or velvet for the i, tra),:- A CALLING TOILETTE. For summer gowns to w.nr at fash- lon.ible n-wirls. silk grenadlw has rer- talnly o.tai .. f.jr.-mowt rank. It la , tacked to th - lining at the waist to pro- ,! (l sllgnt l,lou-e dro,, The smooth vest overlaid with i . - ,;ljnr frlll-eaps ,, ri ,.,, u,,' ,JA stock 'ontrbu'e ornate iucheH and the sleeves, In mouHoiiBtalre vi,, P, rh lon. - ible an'! li.'.1sh, wii, oddly-shfined circular cuff-.. The gradual-d S'p.-.nl-h llounc. is stylish feature of this skirt; it Is Joined to a four-got.-! "ipp-r part that is smooth in front an-l atl..-.. a: :he sd. and back. A SUMS'! Si MM' .; t - 1 1 T i : j' V .ui all t!-., -.'l:-.' .'I'nlllrr to;i. fes j " nave Vol i.,- with :o:ir..'i oi s.pi ir. i. !"::! ..Ik v .i .1 ' v.Mne . f heir various i luP ',lt- :!'. V .ire llii'ivuin to bot'i the H WOW:i :ini i:s v..its 1m If.'e'.ru I J fTy u-. Mii.i.i .......eii-s iir.oitiee all! ff ' FLaA WS" lt-l!e .!.!.. I ::.' .,).;,. ir.tmv Is still! f ,'st lr..iu-it ' I " - t 1 e,.., Ir. nun down I, i.ir..-v cv.r. in, I :',. iiMint Is O, fS l , .... .. 1.. . ... 1 , ., ., ' jWtij A. inv a 7 i.r"'-.i.i. .... v.r klJWI-S! H 'T'Titui fit I V ii I' i el. . . ,-i Ii.Miu,.i le,l- .. Ii Take Your Choice Cotlolette or lanl f l'tirr, ilcatt vcKelalilr oil rouililuwl wllh wliolewmie, ilij;csli!de beef surt.or lioi fal, iuitite, tittclran, unwholesome, hull grutihlc? Take your clinice a cmklnK ! ftyluK ftt ulohly tiulortl ml tfcominrmlot ly medical ami lonlliig aitllioritlcs, or tuio Jutt a trvmcjy coiidcitmolf TaVo your i holi t--lljctloil or liullNralloii l'ure foinl or inHr finnl f Take vour cliolce OTTWMUEEJ J. I'l'l'lIS HHfKl VKU IN T 1 1 K 1'KIM ASY. OK AM MA It a n ; l AI'KMU' tin a:ks THK SIS11.HS Or JKi Convent of the ...Holy Names AS10MA. 01'. CON, "AMI ie .pMi then- li.MUi'.li g and I'aV Seh .i - epuuiloet' tl Fir rat s. etc , ii.Mi'o.-. the Sii'oi it re i A w e arr xm - r EK 2 51 2 2 311 A A- 15 r r" tt Our Royal Cream Flour FOARD & Sole ASTORIA A TRIED REMEDY FOR IlILlOl'H NEH8. Those who suff-r from disorder or In -arLon of the liver will never gut th upiHr liaml of the unruly organ so long as tbey use such Irrational remedies is blun p.ll, raromel and lo.(ihylllln. Inn from the trle.1 ajnl popular medicine, llontetter's Htomiteh RtWers, they may exert relief with a certainty of obtain ing It. The Influence of, the Hitters upon the great biliary gland Is direct, power ful un.l speedily felt. The rel.i.f afforded Is not spasmodic, but comploto al per manent. Tiie snllowness of the skin, furr-nl apiieartuicc of tlw! tongue, hell g,tlon, (.'WtlviitW'Ha, hisiiluiie, nausea, in Ins through the right side and shoulder, In fnirt every accomjan'.mit of the ob- sttlnnte complaint are ontlrely nnd protnptly n-mov-d by a course of this inestimable medicine, In behalf of which t"-silmony Is constantly emanating from "very "luitrtcr, and from all clne of society. PREPARED JCSTICE OI'TSIDE. A Mrwly nppntel fjeorgla Justice of the pt' was Irifornw-fl that some oni- hal Hlobw his horse during the night. He was not long In o!atlng (he criminal, who w:ut Hixedlly brought to trial, whin th; Juttil,. Kiii.1: "I nln't. o,uullllsl ter sot on this ciihc, sceln' as the horw. wa mine; but I'm goln' ter lt the bailiff pretdde, tin' while he's a tryin' of the crlml.nl, I'll be out yan.l-r n-Kf retrhiln' of the rope n.n' lornt in' of the tree!" Atlanta Constitution. "I!t me give you a pointer," said M. F, fjregg, a popular conductor on the Missouri Pacific railroad. "Do you know that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Idarrhm Remedy cure you when you have the stomach ache? Well, It does." And after giving this friendly bit of advice, the Jolly conductor paused on down the aisle It Is a fact that thou sands of railroad and traveling men never take a trip without a bottle, of this Remedy, which Is the best eur for bowel disorders In the world. 2.'. and SO cent bottles for sale by Kates-Conn Drug Co. Urie Webfoot I'orn (,'ure. Vo cure no pay. For hh!h at Ks-teu-Coiiii Urutr Store. or la nl Tha (inline t'ollolrna la said everywhere In on to leu inaiiul jellow IIik, wllhour Uade-marka "( tIWi" and ilrtr't h"ul in eo.m 'l.iMl wreiioii ery tin. Not luurantmd Ifaoid lii any utlier sy, Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, CItlck'1'- lautla. Nrw YiuW. Montreal, M. IN.STKt.- MICNTAl, Ml'HIt:. l'AtNIINO AMI VUlfK tTl.'ll-KK KnitM A H'Ki :ai, UK I'A lit'M VST ORFGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL 4 ro iiti TRAINING SCHOOL l (U 1 i A' III HS I.. (' IWI'IIKI.) . I're-l l.it. o- W. A. Vt iN. VrerrUri enll Mount Angel College MOUNT ANfitl. Xieon Coait;, ORCGON This Is 'uat th plc for your boys, l..lghtful l.'.ntlen, l.irgo bull'Unta and fc-io in-l". KOl e.oali, plrnty of boa liny rlrri"'. rieellriit teacher and raraful training- tlia Is what ttiey nil say of MT ANGEL COLLEGE. Bend for Cat alogue snd aprcliil urms. Heboid will 0en Heptrmbrf 1 P. F. PLACIDUS. Director. .NOME BETTER STOKES AgctitH CO. ORKCiOIN Art HUE INTI'.HI'llETEI) IT. "I've In-, ii giving some little study lo tin. young man who calls here so rg ul irly." ld "the edd gentleman. Ihr glil looked very a. I f -coneelnus, bul said ntlt4tig. "I'm Imilnid to think that he's n pret ty smart fellow." contlntiod the old gen tleman, musingly. "Oh. I'm sure he Is," put In the girl "Pibkly. "II". lmprM mi-," wnnl m the old g. iitletiii.n,, Ignoring her Interriipllun, "as being Just the kin I of a man lo embrace tui opportiiiaiiy." The girl bluslie.t and then H)Utel. "I think you're Just na nu-nn a you inn Im- to call rue Tinmes," she said. chliiig-) Pow. A RICMARKAIILE CURE OF CHRONIC DIARKHCEA. In 1W2, when I served my country as a private In Company A, !67th Pennsyl vania Volunteers, I contracted ohronlo illarrluea. It haa given me a greet deal of trouble ever since. I have tried dozen different medicines and several prominent doctors without any perman ent n .lief. Not Ions; ago a friend sent me a sample bollle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlnrrhiea Remedy, and after that I bought and took a CO-cent bottle; and now I con say that I am entirely cur ed. I cannot he thankful enough to you for this great Remedy, and recommend It to nil suffering veterans. If In doubt write rne. Yours gratefully, HENRY HTKINHKROKR, Allentown, Pa. Hold by Kates-Conn Drug Co. THE HITCH. "You look worried," snld the Improvi dent man's friend. "I am slightly annoyed. I am having difficulty about getting a check cishcd." "Why that ought to 1 easy.' "It's like a great nuxjiy other things. It's ensy enough when you get stlirlel, My trouble Is that I can't giit anybody to write the check." "I crave but One Minute," snld the public speaker In a husky voice; and then he took a dos- of One Minute Cough Cure and proceeded with his oratory. One Minute Cough Cure Is unequalled for throat and lung trouble!. Cha. Rogers. Ml m I.KAVK. iturii.AM1. A II III VK, (IVKItl tN ' V-X I'llHsN lot l""l. It,... iMir,: AlilM'l. oseiiiMieiilo, ll. nam lalieiseo, Sin Jae, if nel". Vl !'. "' mu and lilt' '"I it iw I'. M M :kj A It. s ki A M. Ilmeburg .'Hi; t M Ml I' X. Via vv.uuli'iiin, lo' tliiilil Vine'. -II lld) ,,., W...I S'l". lifiiwusvil e, s, tii.M huad..T, Held nlid .Vllfell Ciirvallla aener l" ! I'. M. MeVlnuv llle !''' I tl'sll) rverpl Hulliial. Iallr exriipi nlnlll)( it M A. M PmW. t'oiuiootii d at Han Krnel.-o with to. .idonlal iirlmital, 1'icltlii Mall, and tiesanlo .tenmahlp luir f'T JAI'AN, CHINA. Al'M rilAI.I A. AND HAWAII LOW l AHIIH I V Kit Y UAT I'l'IITI.ANU T HAN I IIAN't'lHCt) i:. i. H.ei.ml ll.. II" I". I'llt Claaaj u iii.ilu berth Si -Hilar i.d'i'ioii. AiiBcloa, r'rr.aii and u hr I'allfornU ia'ita It. IKK 'It" eh.-, k II. K t I 1 1 1 . t : It. Man" 6' t , ,l.ot oil n II MAltlvlUM, il I' on. I IV A. IIIK S V IM.!'... CU H"t If rU'.il I'lMtri AM" f" III". k THK 1M V Hill Tl. I') llll W:iirtsH"SR X.tllllN vl. IVIi h. I.f A VK I I'll III' i M" VKKIVK. ; Ixi vi. it i I I hell ,1 ka aiu.l ; l ' .l. So i. ISU'lllll He .1. Ves,. ) !AI"'f'lretl IHVII.j !a .V . le.ilna. S.-..llle I I.. I! t. 'I'm! l.m.i.re.l, tin,. , i.ur. si. kat.r k'-!aN.! !h C .MM. I' 1 I Vat. II i ' , k aie. M . i a-aila. Ilii'".-. V ..tt.ts.' lie leu,. . si I'. ,., Vi u V ".1 (', 4 li.-al .i. k -I. a " ilv I "Ihaiia, I eilh.-'l III. It,. ht I, ul i :." .j ..,. .li . Ili(le" S. V'-rk. lie! a-b Iplna n teii. ana h.i! pt.tlltt k u. I -eut't rail. ' II A. U. S I'AYH lu Miunei.Mi niiinlia. Kan- aa City .t.'.d HI Paul .V, lAVrt to Mllnaak-e ai,,l I'M jjo, ' IAYH to W'aj.blfi,-t.i I bl' id -IpliU. New V"rk si lloal.i-i, sod uther r.is'rrti sil-ita ItOgKnge cheek.. I Kt I g'l t.i rlajtlOO of tUket. For atrs,.tng.-,ir te-.rrv ntl'ir., ll iijii, mat.4 and full Iriferiunt-.i , all to or rlto A. I). CM-VKI.TON Aaa I llen'l I'eaa. t(ul. I' 5A Mrrla..M I i .rllan.l. Ti.lr.l. Or C V. H I oni:, Aatorta. Tlie Miii.. Sc.-iii,. I it n Every new idea Hint's n .! .l.,i la rm. Illil Ui the "..iiatru.'itlon of th lluil.iigt.iirs new "Ht. Paul Cbie.nf,, JJm lte.1." Ill.serte ligiii, steam heat wide vratlbulra, compart ment aln...ii( i m-a. buffat moklna; enra - rvrrythlns that any other train haa and a.'liio tlUnga that no other irnln haa. No west and most rovtly of the world's grent trains, IliKt, tcx; so say the peo ple who travel In (t, NO EXTRA FA It EH. Leave Ht. Paul :0G p. m. dally, nft..r nrrival of No. Pacific, On -at Nor. and B. s Pacific iralni from the west. Tlcaein nt olllK-a of alt connecting lines. C. SI I Kl. l"i IS' A Ornernl Agent, Pertliind, "ir.gon. WHITE COLLAR LINE Columbia Rlvrr nnd I'imct Hmnnl Nmv. Igntlon 'o HTEAMER "TELEPIIONi:." Ltmvcs Astoria dully i-iecut nUiUy, ; p. in. Leaves Purtluad dally eicvpt H nnd ay, 7 a. m. STEAMER "IIAILEY OATZEIIT." Leaves Astoria dally encvpl Hunday u'id Monday ut 7 a. m.; Hunday nights at 7 o'clock. Leu veil Portland dally except Hunday at H p. m. Leaves Saturday night at lu o'clock. STEAMER "OCEAN WAVE" Leaves Aslorlu fur Portland Wednesday und Friday at U a. m.j Hunduy at I p. m. Leaves Astoria for Flavel and Ilwuco Tuoslay and Thursday at 3 p. m.; Hatur duy at 7 p. m.; Hunday at 8 a. m. STEAMER "OCEAN WAVE" Makes round trips every Siinduy from Astoria to Flnvel and Jlwaco. Returning-, leaves Ilwaco Sunday nbrht at S o'clock, Wednesday and Friday mornings at 7 o'clock, always landing; at Flavel. Leaves Portland for Astoria, Flavel ai d Clutnop Beach and Ilwaco, Tuesday, and Thursday at 8 a. m.; Saturday at 12 o'clock noon. 10 oaNllHAxA -II U. B. SCOTT, President B. A. Beeley, Agent, Portland. C. W. Stone, A rent, Astoria. Telephone No. 1L