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THE DAILY ASTOltlAN, SIN DAY MOltNINO, XOVKMBKR 21, 1IW7. V";. ' a,;, (i r JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor. Telephone No. . TKKM4 r M llfit'Kll'UON. DA1LT. font by miUI. P'T year ft.ti nt by mail, por month k Bene J by earlier, 1T mom fc WEEKLY. Bont by mail, pir year In advance. ..J2.1M l'oslat iroe to sulvcrloera. All communications lntond.d for publi cation should be dlivelnd to the tdl;r. ttlu-tiu-ss communications of all kinds and remittances must be addressed to "The Astorlaa." The Astoria n guaranties to Its sub scribers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on th Columbia river. I Advertising rates can be had on appli cation to th business mauMtsvr. The Weekly Asiorian, the second old. est weekly In the siate of Oregon, has. next to the Portland Orefosdaji. the largest weekly circulation In the siate. John F. Handley Co, are our Portland iffnU, and copies of the Astorian can be had every morning at their s:and, 124 Third street It has always been a mystery to those Interested In the subject why a harfcor Improvement so palpably needed as range tights at the entrance of the Oriumbia rrvw should be neglected by the author ities, and there has been a disposition to account for It, partly. In the well-known reluctance of the llg-hthouse board or any other bureau of the povernment to ask many new appropriations from congress, In view of the parsimonious policy which had governed that body In later years. But the interview with Captain Phillips of rhe revenue cutter Perry seems ro throw a different light on the matter. If tt is true, as suggested by him, that no specific BOTopriation ' required to es tablish this Important and humane con venience, then the fault !les with the officers of tlw lighthouse sen-Ice. It seems incredible that these functionaries should have allowed the people of Asto ria to blunder along for so many years la the belief that the difficulty of con vincing congress as to rhe merits of the ratsre light question has been an rn aurmountabta obstacle In the way of the acooropflshment of that purpose. Cap tain Phillips implies that ample funds for making Improvements of this charac ter are always available, and that no act of oongress Is necessary tn the premises a fact which certainty reflects on our Intelligence as a people In not having been known or thought of by some of us before. The thing for thj Progressive Association to do now is to make an ef. fort to secure Commander Mcnvira im mediate tLttemton to the subject, and If he makes the sam-? disingenuous reply, or treats their communication with the Indifference or contemptuous silence which has characterized his predecessors, then let tlw case lie presented tc the proper authorities at Washington, with a statement of she repeated efforts here tofore made to enlist the lr.t-rest of the Portland officers, and the reason for go. ing over Commander MerreH's h ad In their appeal of the matter. Dr. Sheldon Jicksor, "goneral acent of education in Alaska," In the course of a recent intenlew d clares that the sto. ries of ureat strikes, terrible hardships, and imiendlnr emjration have not ln t ejeacxerdted. G'ld Is everywhere, but the ' difficulty lies ini et-ttlnff It. He says th" j only exaeyeratloa indulged in at the ex.; pense of Alaska Is n re-gari ".0 th- sot-i ajrery of the Cupper River Indians. Therr are no ug-iy Inliarj) anywhere In Alu.-ka. j Copjier rler is ?ener.ii;y suppos'd ibim; ; the people In Alaska to be rich In goii. but on account of the unusual hardships encountered by ihose who have prospect, j ed along that riwr little work has been done. The propsitliTi 10 send ocean-co-! 1 Ing vessels Into the Yukon river 4ei and WO mil:S. Is sujitatinsr the tna.m,portatlon companies at present. If this Is found practicable, and the general belief is that it will be, St. Michaels will !jp ahan dor.ed. Th difficulty is that at present a Bteamer has to be built deep and heavy enough to withstand the rough weather across sixty miles of pea from St. MI' h aeils to the Yukon, aid still light enough to navigate the shallow water of the river for 1700 miles beyond. Ir. Jackson Is of the opinion rhat the quartz in the Inte. ri-ir of Alaska will be found of a very much hlghor grade than in the coast mines, tmt he thinks there Is little pros pect of developing this source of Alaska's wealth within two or fhree years. He says we may shortly expect bright sto ries of travel over the "Stiklne River route" to be heralded all over the United States, but that the exploitation of that route (?) Is a political scheme of the Canadian government to divert travel over an all-Canadian route. Dr. Jack son's advice ks to avoid this route, at least until great deal of money has been spent on It. The best route over land Is across Chilkoot Pass. The Ial ton trail Is a good one for thos- pros pectors who take In hordes. The Lake Reel in route should also lie avoided. Large approprlstlons for the extension of the navy end the Improvement of the coast defenses will be made, it Is eald In Washington circles, at the earliest prac- UoaMo moment after the e.wmMlng of cowrrvss. War way snot eomo this year or m-at yonr with Spain, or wny othor nation, but the country wants to be ready for all eventualities. An cxivndluire of a few millions vf dollars In this way may save the country a hundred tlmi as much, mnioy In the near future. Tlic wisest sort of onimy which the Vnltig States could practice at this menKitt would Imi to put Itself la :i thorough stats of defenso on its sciNmixI. T!l Is th.' i most ntioiiUlo nation tn i-:M invc, and In order that tt may eontlnu to Imvo pe:io It must show tin- world that It l pnivu-od for wr. lvor paper have Ivon commenting lately on the cnlargix! rvo:p: ef ore an.l bullion -prineiiviJly iroM. of eourse at the mint in ta.u city. The report of the director of the mint show th.il the re ceipts were rw-.irly per cent greater In October. H'T. than they were In the same month in 1SA. KVr the ten months emling with (VtoNr. tho iwipts were 171 per Cent In excess of the same time last year. Th so rttrurvs ,ere an Interest Ing commentary on CVIorado' blindness In recent pollik-al eplsodr. Se what that that state gWs through the courage and sjigacity of the St. l.ouls convention which she walked out of. and through tho victory of tho party which ran the convention. Prosperity has t'ms tnva thrust upon CVKwado againrt tur will. The New York World may be wrong about tlw administration's propiwed Cu ban policy, but it Is to be hoped this ks one of the rare Instances when that JoumaJ telht tho truth. V wlble. conservative element of the peof1 will appktud the policy oufflned by the World, and tt is to be sincerely hoped It Is exactly the kitid ITesidvnt MeKlnhy aill recommejKi. Orje of tho cret'e:t evils In this country at this t:me Is the presence and Influence of the so-called Culan Junta, aiwl It ought eithor le ex pellel from the country or made to P"r- suw nure reput.iJMe and methods. moderate mmmmmmmmm, I ucmIhv ... j in,; j v & , , ii edliwt' vlo H:11 10-SI Till Although a vry busy man. Dr. R V.!;- ;; t Pierce, of BufTalo, X. V., has found saiunlav .1:1 3 .m 6 s - .e;ti ;io umeinwmcn to write a greo coo ot over a thousand pages entitled. The Feo- nt P.wtnn Q..na. r,U,,,j 1.1,'l.p Ir. Kain English, or Medicine Simpiifl.'d. , Few books prtrrted In the English lan- . ruafe have reached so crent a sale as i has this popular work, over 6S0.W copiis , having bes-u sold at II. SO eash. The pro-, 5ts ou this enormous sale having repaid Its author for the great amount of labor . and money expended on Its production , he has now decided to give away, absn. , lutely free. 500.0CO copies of this valuable j book, the recipient only being required to maa to the World's Dispensary Medl loal Association, of Buffalo. X. T.. of Thursday morning. which company he Is president, twenty. one (ID one-cent stamps, to cover cost 1 The Columbia sails for San Francisco of maillnp only, and the book will be , Wednesday rooming. sent postpaid. It is a veritable medical library, complete In one volume. It con- ' The Columbia, from San Francisco, I9 tains 10OS large pnges. and over tn lllus- due to arrive this morning, tratlons, some of them in colors. The -Free Edition tj precisely the same ss The State of California wn leave out that sold at 11.50. except only that the for San Francisco this morning, books ore hotind In strong manll'.a paper covers. Ir.st?nd of cloth. It Is not often that our readers have an opportunity to oMaln a valuable book on such genius terms, ann we pr?ellct thfit fe will miss avalMng themselves of the unusual and liberal offer to which we have called their attention. It Is thought that by rh first of the year the treasury' officials will 1 treated to the novl slg-ht of witnessing monthly surpluses Instead of deficits. Tn.- re- celpts of the Dingiey hw are steadily growing. . The three-year-old boy of J. A. John- son. of Lynn Center. 111., Is subject to at- tacks of crouj). Mr. Johnson says he It satisfied that the timely use of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy, during a severe attack, saved his little boy's life. He Is ln the drug business, a member of the firm of Johnson Eros., of that place: and they handle a great many patent medi cines for throat and lung diseases. He had all these to choose from, and skilled physicians ready to respond to his call, but selected this remedy for use In his own family at a time when his child's life was In danger, because he knew It to be superior to any other, and famous the country over for Its cures of croup. Mr. Johnson says this Is the best selling cough medicine they handle, and that It gives splendid satlsfastlon In all cases. SnM hv Tvies-Cnnn hnis. PmrnuMi Why Is It that men sleep so much more soundly than wom-n? RHEHTISFi Is caused by Uric Acid and other im purities lingering in the blxd, which have not been filtered ritit. hv t.li k'id. neys through the urine. The seat of 1 the trouble is not in the skin or mus- j cles. Jt's sick Kidnevs. Electricity. iiiiiiueiiis ir piasters win di reacu nv case. But the disease can be CURED My wife hds been a great sufferer from kidney trouble aid almost helpless from rheumatlRm for years. We had tried every remedy recommended without avail, A friend having tried a box of Dr. Hobos' Sparagun Kidney Pills, obtained at the drug store of H. M. Sale & Son, with such excellent results that we wer? in duced to try it as a last ehapre. I am more than grateful, as my wife Is jn better bxilth today than ever before. We can cheerfully recommend your rem edy. O. R. REKD, Pico Heights, near los An?'-s, Oil. MOB BS Sparaps KitTney fills, ik HOI'US EEMFDV" CO., I'Er.Pi ir-roBf, C: .'coa "r. H'.di.i I'.iis I'-- f-Hii? vi TC"i Di:y li- f:MKI.i:.-KOOi:Hs, llrut'l!!-., I. Id '.-'l'i-.', I'j.luir ,t. aW t1L ' V .XV.'-- If Fifty Year Ajro. P'e si.lrhi Polk la the White llon chslt, V ht'c in Lowell w IVietor Aei j U.:th Mcie busy (or tuitti;in wc.l One to i:OTern and our to !:r.il, a.l. n a preildeat' power ol will Sometimes depeadi on In rr -piU, Mr. Polk took Ayer's rilu I How Ker his lirtr, fO years g-. Ayer's Cathartic Pills were designed to supply a model purgativo to pooplo who hnd so long injured themsolves with griping tnedioincs. lining carefully prepared and thoir in gredints adjusted to the exact necessities of the bowels and liver, their popularity was in stantaneous. That this popu larity has been maintained is well marked in the medal awarded these pills at th World's Pair 1893. 50 Years of Cures. MARINE NEWS. Tide tafcle for November. 1897 ' IIIUII WATKK LOW WATKK HATE A M. A. M. P. M. h.mjrt.' h.ni t. h.m'ft. h.nrrt Monday.... I (ini."; B Hi 7 1 IJ S S Tueilay ... 2 7 ".H (i l 7 ; 6 l lli I i I I? .1 ' Weilnnd ra :nivi s.MSS -Mi I 7 I I '- H S 3J .1 1 S 7 0 M i 7 4 ' 1 l i H .e " 'J 5!1"Ul 5 l u I . 7 -tl 0 a ! H ! .' 0 I ; Thunulay. i i T r a m s M " Friday 5 In 10 7 V 10 M 7 0 4 o: Saturday .. ti ui V 7 V 11 ' 7 I - I sIMaV. J 11 M I: 6l i i Monday ... S u -M 7 .1; I.' in S -' 6 .. II tool 0 7 Mu11(1mV . ,v 4 M,tH 4 ir; o u .1 10 o. 1 o ; lumiiay .. i o:o jimi it io u ' i a V. 1 . 1 ' . " Z. T . 1 . Friday W s r. 7 i 9S lJI f:iX ;i oj j 7 :i v 1 1 I si vhaY i li) n s i: 11 It7 i 4 04 i s 4 . .1 u .1 j IV -' V .Mii 0 4 Monday 11 w s wV'VS S 17 .13 7 l't 1 5 Til i i 0B I 1 Si'isJ H06 .irf :i 4 lu d 0 0 Thursday. .j 14'j7 7j Kvs sutiirilav'. 27' 3 Is 7 s iijss si'MAV.a 4ot7: .litis-D It 01 .14 IIJOUS Tuesday ..30 : S 4U 7 3i 17 s ,U 00 3 MARINE NOTES, The Oregon sails for San Franvte'-o pilot schooiYT Jessie arrived The safely In the hortor y-st-rd.iy and Is anoh()reJ at Sam, Wan,,. ind. J.. arrtv n The schooner W. P. v-st-nlay from San Francisco and wl'.k load lumber at th Knippton mill. """ A three-masted ship, two schooner 3n'1 a trkntine were reported outside Mt 4 o'clock yesterday evening. , . The tug ReJlef took the Hrltish hark Dacca to the lowr harbor yesterday.'; She will cross out foday, weather per- muting. ; j The stej.mshlr. FH-nlshlr.. finish.-.! loa.l. it.t wh-at at the Main tr-et dock yes- t.-rdny ev-nlng. The steamship Klorl l.i finished loading Friday. ' VESSELS BOUND TO ASTORIA. The following vessels are bound to the f'ojmil.ii. River, with name of master, i a tlonall f y, rig, tnn.Tge, where from and d.vx- of repor;:-il ralli. g: j Hyson, Hogg, lir str, 273 tons. Hong- kong. I Vt'aodale, Flshtr, I3r sh, 17j5 tons. Port Angeles. Lomliard, Maisjn Yokohama. Br str, IVA tons, ; I George Stetson, Murphy, Am eh, 1799 t0n8' Baltimore. August . ; Linlithgowshire, Anderson, Br sh, 1367 tons, Antwerp, July 28. j Drumburton, Spurring, Br bk, 1773 tons, ! Swansea, July 8. Amenity, Ewart, Br sh, 1591 tons. Car-! dlff, May S. ! Cambrian King, Hansen, Br sh, 1C38 tons, Shanghai. J Dovenby Hall, Whlckham, Br sh, lfflg tont- LlverPo1 En Voinich, Abler, Gar sh, 147 tons, Santa Rosalia. Province, Jones, Br bk, 1656 tons, Yoko hama, September 16. Springburn, Hae, Br bk, 2500 tons, HI- j ogo, September 29. Durbrldge, McLauchlan, Br sb, 233 tone, Table Bay, September 17. Poltalloch, McLeod, Br bk, 219 tons, Table Bay. Ophelia, Sorenson, Nor bk, 1127 tons, Panama. Otago, Esk, 8wd bk, 970 tons. Ham. burg. Dundee, Jarvls, Br sh, 1998 tons, Hlogo. Conrway Oaertle, Jones, Br sh, 1591 tons, Valparaiso. Mlltonpark, Tumllty, Br sh, 1334 tons, Acapulco. Paclflque, Trcuwt, Fr bk, 2121 tonS.Val paralso. Commonwealth, Anderson, Br str, 2113 tons, Taku. V.-induara, Br-avan, Er bk, IfilU tons. Alcroa Ray. Teenhni, Long. Br etr, WIK tons. Hong. ark, Irish, Rr sh, 1799 tors, Rio Janeiro, August VS. Glenbank, Ix-onard, Br bk, 1309 tons, Calcutta, City of Terth, Wilson, Hr sti, r.VW tons. Tnku. Clonevlove, Totigo, Fr bk, KS anr, llnl phong, OctoU tl. Oalgorm Castle. M thon, Itr bk. l.W tone, Tnblo liny, August 30. Henry Vlltaixl. lH.tlett. Am h, lt tens. New York, IVlobcr II. mxvron, tlully. Itr bk, tool ton, Now.nstle, Aiwiralla, tviotxr , lVter Jeltsti, Hansen, Nor sir, t j Ions, N iiHilnio, j V.-iKm!', Jidd, l'r sli. Kli' tons, Wal. j aroo. ! Oani'im. ul'.arton, 'r ell, ISift tons. I ln . din. tV'toer 11. j Jacques, llernada. l'r bk. Hell tons, M - -; Junda. i Indian Kni!.v, Alien. !r bk. PW to s. I Valvir.ilso. ! Tort lilcln, Tr.isk. Itr h, l.i1-' tons, i Santa Kosalla. j Juplv.or. I'u Ser. Km s!i, UVd tons, Vo- Kohania. I Chelnisforvt. Thomson, l'r bk, Sli'T tons. Cape Town. City of York, Jones, lr sh, lb" tons. 1 Sil,iey, nialrlogle, .VWkay, Itr bk. 1KJ tons. lVlagivi Hay, Sitointer I. lloppott, Turk. l!us eh, IXS tms. Port Natal. September t MIHlades. Ayllfg. Pr h. H5J ton, Mel. bourne. October 15. SlivcMlllan, Outhrle, Pr sh. UM tons. Yokohama. lUnrlette, Svnmn. Oer sh. 17t5 tons. Slwinirb.il. Iwikemba, Prdherlng. Br bk. liWS tons, Freemantle. Clan Robertson, Pill. Pr sh, 1M0 tons, Santa Riwalla. llrltlsh Qeneral, Thomas. Pr sh, l'ZO tons. Newcastle, Australia. Midas. Messenger. Itr bk. lM tons, Nagasaki. KWrlekdaJe, Stewart. Pr sir, :iOS tons, ll.igkonc. Talorl. Pnvwn, Pr n. HJ9 tons. Nea-. cnstle, Australia. Hornby Cnsile. Bright, Pr sh, 1JTS Ions, AA'lalde. linimcmlg. Johnern, Pr bk, 1S51 tivi Adelaide, Septemlier 50. Tts.tls, Oliver. P. bk. KSS 'ns. Nag.u ikl. October 11. The demand for Acer's Hair Vlh-r I' such l,.'iy.s.'porat--. regions as South America, SimIii. Australia, and India has I"-""' with the home eonnimptlon. whleli -i te tu rh.it rhrse people know a go.nl thlnir v h.n tln-v trv It. The l.ley.le girl faHs to wax eirhu-l. nst le wh"n the wind blows OABTOIIIA. ; ft.,.. tl US I v f (-"LT-Z S'SitX "'If Yesterday s.lll like real wlnt-r ' the women Tre carrying muffs. 1 M HOW TO CURE PlUOfS COIAC , . . . ,. 1 suiirreii lor tm-mi wun es'lic jiu " 1 pains In my stomach caused by bilious. ' nesa and had to take medicine all th 1 while until I 'ised Chamherkiln's Colic, o,n,,ra an4 purrhoe Remedy, which cured me. I have since recommended It to a good msny people. MRS. F. Ptm.ER, Pairhaven, Conn. Persons who are sublect to Wllmm colic can ward off the attack by tnklng this remedy ss soon as the first symptoms appear. Bold by Estes-Conn Drug Co. An intw ran K, Iniulit x.UtsK'-ly fanciful sets of chiffon and rlMsm, eon. . "'"""f ' O1""1 "" "art"- , OABTOHZA. 1 Tis f9- ) , tiails SY ,tr- " 1 ; r t77 XZ,. ' Viry f ,N,1(T,y , buy an umhrell;,. and r;iM-r or hir- a ,,,U, -vlier you ar- unTtx-. t.ily cansli: ,,, ln thf, r.lln , You enn't afford to risk your life by allowing a cold to develop Into pneumonia or consumption. Instant relief and n certain cure are arTordol by One Sllnute Cough Cur. ' chnrles Itogers. Alm..t any old -.it Is glorlfi.-l bv the ad'Mtion of a U-lt of soma- sort. nr.llng lm,T '" m--nn.n. . . OABTOIIIA. Tifis- IMfiS- ll ftrr Th.- bungling fur -oat U r 1 more. , now tits as Hoh-i as a. glove and h.-u all sorts of r in.-tful tom-hes glv.-n to It. J. C. Rerry, one of the best known dl. Isns of Spencer. Mo., testifies that he ; cured himself of the worst kind of piles by uslr.g a few boxes of DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve. Ho hnd been troubled with piles for over thirty years and hnd used many different kinds of so-called cures; me worn ann ne win veriry mis state, bllt PeWln's was the only one that did rnent " ""V " wishes to write to him. rha- Rogers. 1 Ir y"11 not know at this moment or anyihlng for which to I thankful, put "n your thinking cap and something will 'urcly develop by Thnnksglvlw T)ay. CASTOR I A For Infant! and Children. n fit- Mr. Bryan has failed as yet to con gratulate Honorable Horace Boles on hlf new statement of principles. TREATMENT FOR WEAK MEN. TRIAL WITHOUT EXPENSE. The famous A ppllance and Remedies of the KriuModii-u! Co. now fur the llrst tune otforeil on trnil nUhoiitexix-nwi to any honest man. Mot a dollar lo be paid In advance. I.'ure Klfeets of Krrors r Etew-s In Old or Youinr. Muiihood Fully KiKUjred. How 10 Enliirtre and BireuirtlitiU Weiik, (Jndcvelnii-d I'ortloin of !! y. Al.iolutely uiifHiling Home Treatment, hoc li. I), or other scheme. A plain oiler l.y a firm of hlK" stiindlnir. roic mcnipi rn 4 niaoabast. LIIIL iriLUI'JHLUU. , BUFFALO, N. V What U that, lark ?M " Why, I'iprr ilriilMci k PltiK ithmit ii hcaiLiche- Ih-sI tobacco tfi 11.,.. .11... wuiltilll 11a 11va11.11. lie mm iiiuavt . . Ilk... 1 1 ,L- .11 i. irrio. iiy, an inr swrna 011 snore uirw 1 iprr iiciusirva aim 1 isn allord to chew it now that the live-cent plcco 11 si big si the common br.unU ttut tint to giKnl." Give yourself a treat buy one of the big New Five-Cent Pieces of PIPEIR ESDSIECK PLUG TOBACCO O (fHMPAGNE riAVOR) g OGO0C000G0G00GG000C0000000000G Sole Agents for Knox and Wauturton Hats BUFFUM PEN Hatters one! Furnishers 94 Third Street, PORTLAND, OR. ....The Only Exclusive J. M. THE SISTERS OF THE Convent of the ...Holy Names ASTORIA. OREGON. IMVK oi'l.M-.li i ll i I H IHIAKDINO AM' HAY .HCIPHll.. For rates, etc., addrwut the HuiHirlonvss pupils RECEIVED IN THE PKIMAkY. CIRAMMAR AND ACADEMIC UltADES V'"" J. . . .1:. I JJ ti X IS 5 SK '-,1 a -t ir.' ?" V tt r vf !-..'.. . i VK it 7s. l i. i U . Si 33. .3 51 71 i U l&y MAHHOQO RESTORED- d tiiui ol ! ii:S or illiv-iaMeM luviiniila, I'slimln f'lnlilrs, T'naili V . friimtlimUnn. llUi"l all louses tirilsy or lilslit I'revenH iil. k V.j- ti km l iliw-lisri'. which If notrhwkeil le.ts Ut Hprnilorrlii IDEFORE so AFTEn si I Hi burroo ol k irtneys anil the Addreu U A Vol. fl KDIC'IH R est l. tt CHAS ItOOERS, 469 The tCv.at, and Trade-Marks obtained and all fat-'.-nt bmincssconilucicd for moocsstc Fcrs. 5ous Orricr is Opposite O, . PSTrrirorriet und wee-in-' ui b utcnlln lens lira tuaa lliute 'rcmoti! from Wa-dmiKlon. J h'nd midel. drawinx or photo., with dMfrip tir.n. We s.ivikc, if HteniMl,ie or not, be of ..liare. Otir fee not due till patent i iarurrd. i A PSMSHLltT, " How to Ol.lam i'mcnlt," with Jr..it ol Mtne m'llie U. b. and iureign countriu Jwnt lr. Addreu, ic.A.srjow&co. nmm PiTf nt Orricr. Waihinqton. D. C. Cl'rlnr.xr. trenllinsinl requires jmsll ro nrssn". ,m ,,a n -ha reiui.n rnitTereM sra m.t mrad by Ifm-inn In lwu ninety per rent sr. tronmaiT will rrJmimtuXCVMUKS Kll tli o T.n.'n r-m.-flf to era oil h.nH .., ..pemUol.. MU leal mni.l wriiie,r,,Ve. rl remrnwl If7..! h..ea Amm not ulwt s p.ruuw-i.1 .ur a tao, nil for IVWI, by insIL "nil lor jrssscirnnar anu iraiouuuwa, ifiiii tm !! ill II I1SSS1IMI HSI Ml !! zl hat all the flavor of chmjtie a tailor ever put between nit G , at . 1 , ata. - U a sailor CTrr pin liriwrrn ! . .a . 1 t I !l I. J f ( c c o o c c c e Men's Furnishers. 1NSTRD- MKNTAl. ML'HIC. PAINTINU AND VOICK CULT CHE FUKM A SPECIAL DEPARTMENT Mount Angel College MOUNT ANGEL Minos Count'. OREGON This Is Just the place for your boys. l.-llKhtful location, large buildings arid gruondi, good mxuls, ih-tily of healthy iirr.iw, ricrllrnt teachers and careful ir. lining-- tlds Is what they all say of MT. ANUICL ('Ol.LKtlK. Send for CaU nlogue and special terms. P. F. PLACIDUS. Director. reneli pliyali-tan. III quickly curs v.iuot all n. r- ol Ilie N'''M'rsllv unciina, sui-h n ImI Msiihix thn lliu K,Hinlnsl f.uilMleiiii, .Na.rv.Hit. UrliUIIK Ui Msrry, l-.liiainunii llrsln Vrla Impouiiicr. I; I'l : " Humans Urn Ur, wx iirinsry ursans tu mu uupunu. Boi WH, Su rrauetoco, iW. tor HUt 6 Corumerclal BtrseL OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Monmouth, Oregon A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Haa-iiUr Normal (Tourss of tlinm yesrs. Nanlnr rear wholiT iirof. ss onal.'l Traluliiii dunariment of ul e xiades with 200 rhlldrnn. V....-.....1 ..-......... u tia. JlinirueiM'ii nil' ainoi iik ' ' ! "oiam:a in"iuuiij Ryn' lemi. and Voeai MhsIr for i.ul.llc m-IkhiIs Normal diploma in reroKnKed by law as a hTATK Lire (;r.Kllni,A i r. ui u-sen. Light eiiieim. Tuition, bonks, boaid and ItxlKlng (ap pmilinstelyi, ll.1n.0U I'er rear. Hliidenta bourdlni tiiemudvei, tl 10 00 per year Academic jrradiis aereiteri from high school. Catalogues cbeerflilly aent on application. Address I. L. CAMI'IIKI.I,, President, or W. A. WANN, Hecretary Kaculty. Tirw wmiw't Hdr Abttalntalr l ikiowi tn th prfifflfn. rrrmanvnt Car In IB Ut aft !?. We rmtunii monrjf ir dn not mm, Ymi ran h trvat-rvtat hnmm fur I h mitw prlc snfl thn sinl aramrsn- wun laoim wno r ut rum! lim a wa or pay eiiienna of will contract Ut cur ComiDK, nr boU'l Make no w UH to rii iroaa bills, anil Okartc If Sura. If you tir Um. ii urir. ItMlltle rMitash and till lin arhM and nalnl. Mneoua l'atrha 1'lmplea.l 'opavr! olr lai lol lhet....lx.llalror it la thli I'rlmarr, Hllan4 l'nlti li.At aa -ollrlttlia liiut aballa. in mnuiri.MarftThniat, d pHl, Icrraonaiiy Y.ieUm fulllnf nut, HiAmrf or ' ertlmrf (nnU t fu rm Vi a at and hnllt-ng raaal mm. 'Jliia din tha aLIII ut thf, mnmt I ha Wftrlil for seaae wa aRMi liaaalwaribaSle nslatit yhrilrlaaa. it ... In rH.-lkllw ut r.irmanjr vi-ar. Ireatliiir th!. .1 III till. (llMiaMa. ll I. ....r V I 1 1 a-a. a, au-. hafa S&iiu,mio rapllal Uhlmt our umTondlllnnal miaranun.. VVrlleuif..r IOH.p,. h.M.W and ahwlal Sraark. Adrtreaa KH MrlKIIV '., K'tn Slsannle I rmple, 4 hlrnsn, Illinois, hvtn LA U CfMMIi:llOIAt. HTIIN.H1T KXTKN8ION IMl'UOVlCMIoNT NOTICI5. NVili la heroliy nlven Ihml tits fiMii. iikiii (oinHI of tho (Sly of Aaiuntn iru. H.ao In miter thn lniiirtiiii,t of un llien'lul tli-rt from tlw mi1 Hun of Ho v. aiileei.lti slieel tu the wiwl line of Twrn. ty ililtil sliwl, mul IVmily-'lhlrd slrwt fruiii tli liol'lh linn if (VnittK'ti lul s-ltvot In I'lmdiiMiHe ulrrol In that ini'l of IhS (Mlv of Aaloi'Ui as lulil iiiHI nnd tvc-iiilnil by J. M. Hhlvoly. wild linirivreinrii to he kiinwii nnd drain united I ho "I'omnur. rlnl Hlr-'el Kleulini liiiriveinenl." H.ild Inil-r.. Vein, lit Ho ivunnlnt of dlMnu allia on thn ii. Mill 40 f-n nf Oiniiiier-i-lnl sll. ot mid on thn rl 4il t-vl uf TVentv Ihlrd Mlrrrt, l.i Him rsliilillshed iniilf. four Btdli s In m. h ImuiI, ivMIi lxnt rMtrr U'v fit n,mrt, nod t. lawns' lliere. nit ivips nnd fitriiiiiKiv, nnd IhiihIhs til" annifl In tho width f 4 fot nnd o IhS psttildlalml iM-tuIn tth iicmt and sound fir id.tnk 4I9 liudir. nnd .v l.ull lliur ald.wnilhs ul 'the liiTtli sl.ln uf r.nniiinr rlnl trt nnd on Ihe w"t side of Tf'"fl tv.thlril Slreol, twvlvn ft w1dr of fir iMnnk f I". lira, nnd IhiII.IImm nilllns on litii xl li ilia-rt.f, in n 'ii1niii-e with Ids lalntia nnd aiiooirlritlliina Ihrrrfor and In n.vor.hiiii-e with iiidlnnine No. lull, mtuled. "An onllimiuw In i--lnllon In the lllipraivelllrlll i if a)ttvnla" Hold llllirov. mrlll .l Imi niiMln S t tla eiartiSff ,f tllr liui.U nlMitilHir ii.i nnd n IJ.i.-wil o, or ollinriv4aii U-n-n'"!! Ihnrel.y i rnulrrd hv llio i-hnrtor f tlw rilv i'f A'l.'rli. 'ltw lands and tremlai whli h lh V. I'lnl nnxraawnetii almll l 1-vln.l In d'-frv thn -l of sueh Imiirmmrist nod th dlntrlet aatntimitl lhet4n and llm l"ts him k nnd wr uf liU'd l. ! aarar, lintl l known nn.l ih-alnimlrd as the CVmiiwriHiil Wrtt Kitnu-Son Intprov. Iiinnt Muriel No. 51 H'Uil dlatri.t slmll romtnlit nil Ihn hits. Ux Wa nnd ii4 of land rml.rn.Td In tlm f.iHowlii leMind. srles: t IlntrlnidiiK nl a r-Mut mi ttir rwt llns of rtnvrmnellth ajtivol, ft-'S f -l llorlh'rtV from llm north linn of Im.tnr trn: Iheii.-n ensterly nnd nilM w-ltli linn strei't thr.iiurh thn i-onlr .f ld.a-ks It?. UI. IW. iyi. in. nn.t UI l.i tlm mat Hue Of 1.K .f t( 4 nf td.l. k If?: Iheli.-n s olth. rrli- n. tiff thn rant linn .if lot 4. td.x k IT. nnd to! 4 ef I.N k 1 t-i Itmsoulh. rnnt rornnr f l.it 4. W. k 1' tlmni- rnalnrlr nlontf thn north lion if I" t.'!vnti atrm-t ti- a liit wh-vn tlm north Una of Tn -tiling,, atr-t If -.lu.t liilnr.-ri ll.n rt Him of Tiwnli -Hilr.l strrnt: thrn.-n nortlteHy lo Inn n.eiMiwrat iorn-r l.f ..t Id. a k til. Ihell.-n inlrr1v tlir'ogh I tin cf nr tlnn nf U.xk III l.i Ihn south- rat iM.lt.rT l.f M J Mak'k HI Ihcll.-r rorthwr-itrrly nlotitf Ihn i at linn nf 1"! S. I.VhIi 111, itnn hundred and ftftv fret; ttmrwn nirlhnrly p4rnllnl lo Ihs naat linn nf TwrMV third trnnt to thn Itnr H.i.l l.lnn1 tione" wnstnrty nlooir lliw ller lla-ad Urir to a t.lnl of liili-rara-ltoi. i.n tlin rtiaif Itnn nf ftn i-litnrlllh strnaTl (f nt t-lldni1 . Ihnnnn vullmrly along- lm nnst line f Hrpn.' Innlh slrraat If Mtrlidml 111 tlin -Wn n? 1m- irlnnlng. rtllnn(nM of tlin rviw-nsn i.f ait.d. Iru (ir.ivnntntvt nnd Ihn rfnna anl si.aai-in.-a-lions thnrnf.ir arnl mni of tlm laa-niltr to lm Inljiroimal Will lm ,Vl"ittil III Ihn ofli.-tf of Ihft Audit. r nnd llk ii Jinlgn for put tlr riamlnnlton lr-fnm aua-h 1niir.ivn. rnrnt Is Hiidnrtnknfi; llmt at ftm it4gf mn-rtng of I1n n..imnn l oiumll nffrr (he final ul. II. -niton of t hi n mwl.-n of lm-irovntm-nl. lo wtt nn Friday, Irn-milw 1. IW, nt 1 o'.-l.a k i m . .if (iid 'tny. thn n.nun..n i-imii.-4l will i-ititdnr nnv o! iNtlons lo aur-h Infrovmni-nt lmng mdn, fln-l if n r-fii"n-f mn.-n air-. In' su.'li Im .m immnl. algnn.1 hy llm imraona owning morn rtvnn oiin-lHi'f of llm r.itM-rlv to li naasaral In nii.-h illatrt.-l na .1.- rllw-ti ti.-r.-ln. nn.l In wld.-h sK-l.il aaananmont Is to hn n-(n.. alinll tn fMul Willi llm Auillh.r and Poll.-n Judiin 1-forn ihn nil rngular itia-cainit of llm C. nun. in f'.Hin rl, no su. h work or Init.rovnment will Im- nrdr-red ei.-ni.t l.v llm Iw-o-llilr Is vote of nil hn mntnlara i.f thn CNimmon Coun- rI ntnn.1. I'rilxl nl Ax'.-rti. rVnirnn. Ilda lth dny of Novrmlier, 1"C II K Nr.lJON', Auditor nnd l.H. .fuiljrn 1N7J 181)7 I:isher Brotliers ASTOKIA.... I.UI.KICATINd OILS A 5ITCIAI.TY sici,l Ship I'hiinitlirv Hitiilwnrc I run it nil St ft I Cuiil (rut-frits ji nil Vrm Isluns riunr 11 ml Mill I'tftl 1'iiints, Oil 11 ml Yiirni.shcs l.otifrs' SiiiilltH I'nirliiinh's Smlcs Diinrs n nil KlmlowH A 1 ) t i 11 1 1 ii 1 11 1 Implements 'iiinns 11 ml Vthlilts. Umbrellas I ik KH, KK.YH AM) SKMINU MAI III.NKrl.... Al.onll l.lirlil Repaired M.i.lil C. H. Orkwltz 44K lil'ANK. A. V. ALLEN (Jroceiics, Ki-od, Fruits, Vfjr)lubli'H, tWkcry, IxiRficr's .Supplies. Cor.Tenth and Commercial strsst. Astoria Electric Supply Co. KBBI'8 Electric -v and Snnn MOiC CasEnirlne rruvw WIRING & REPAIRING. Mllt'omincrc n Hired -1',,.-. in la a nnn pnmnnnm tTjT, j'mnA r'nimlx for li.illnrrli.ra, .i'l I.UY.tr.'t il."l. Spermaluri li.ea. t.Jt ' ' la ft 'lira Wl.iiAa, nnnaliiral di f'K on.r.titn,.! -ImrKa. or stir liiltamni. - wr n uiaiuf- It. .11, Irritation or ul.rra 'riLMawiiii, II. in of 111 11 r 11 u a mam. 'fn;C.lairi.ra fcranm. Nun -aalrlnsaul. !; 0. H. . I'll' "" tn Blln wrapp-r, it V- 1?Vl !" "t"! "Psnl, f" .. "ii ' ti t'-'i. " liii. 1.7V " Maiaa' si i.'irailaf aanr ua riMiUnal.