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About The west shore. (Portland, Or.) 1875-1891 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1886)
THE WEST SHORE. .
Portland, Oregon, June, 1 886.
ESTABLISHED 1876. 0f Panama, and (ram such Atltuitio and Pnoiflo porta aa
m ti t- itr ram a Tm,,r iudicated the doubling of Cape Horn, exceeded two mil.
THJii W iiSTb IlUltlti. lion uine buU(lwl tiM)Ugftmi, in 1885, this hud increased
An llluttrattd Journal of antral Information, devotrd to tht dmlvpmml fa four Rlld OllO-hlllf UlillioD, gnill of fifty-four per Wilt
of th, anai nut Tlie gftme rate 0, jorwuw wouij Indicate uoarly nix niil-
BubMriptionprioMHinu.num W Hon toua iu 181K), the data of completion of the ship
1 antri"-i'i ! 1 JH rnilwny 0r Pauama canal. It i calculated that at least
8X1' one million tous of ooaatwise commerce would be oreated
PiMtmMton ud Nen Agouti will rwoim ubaoriptiom it than niUa. by tllO Ullion of the two OOWUIS, giving the route BOVOn
LBAMm,PubU.h1Ho..I;frri73 8M.nd8t,P.rtlanaiOr. million Urn. U,e flr.t year provided all ih.v.len.
1 gaged in the trade ehoae Una route to the old one around
tntmd for trantmMon thrown tht UniU at Snood Clim Rat, the llom. The totlllAge passing through the SUOI 0.
oiTOTrj n,il incrwu,Ml 'our un(,roJ I" w,nt in e,ovon yr'
I'm It would eera aa tliough a ahip railway, ousting less
Suii'i'Mli'iF :!w than sevonty-five millions, could be made to pay profit
1$!!!! on tl,e vw,tmw,t Whether a canal, ooaling three
lnViiMTnii JiMWoiwirtiM iiiiiiiirli' jj jmPi M much, oould do tho aamo, ia another quoatiou.
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Mt-ukmoU.. AliHANOKMCNTH have becu perfected by the publisher
onSwMwnurinis !?' of The West Shoiie for maintaining a cieutiflo .xpe.
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gjSMirllMi:: i aM--i,::::::,::::::::::::".: 3 'iitio,, dun.,g the ...mmer, for the pur, ,f examining
J!B'VdV,"!,,7iil.V-i-r,.,i. :::::::::::::w into a number of important snbjwt which havonovor
Th-Kp'r I)ro,H.rly tr.mt.HL Tn.f. W. 1). Lyman will have
Ttirwrf HiUoi'::.' charge of the party. He will first visit Hpokane Falla,
ButU CUy MlJ th o,,ibrntHl Shoehone falla. At-
The Oregon State election will be held on Monday, tention will then be given to the glaciers of Mount
the seventh day of June. Three complete state ticket Hm, Adama and Taooma, a well aa other interesting
are in the field, republican, dcmocratio aud prohibition, future of Uioae groat anow peak, eeecially the cave
and in many of the counties the latter party has alao tlie vicinity of Mount Adam. The reault of those
nominated a full couuty ticket or endorsed certain can- investigations aud explorations will spear in the maga.
didates on the regular tickets. There are also a num. Ei0 u wrie of entertaining, instructive and profuse-
ber of independent candidates, especially in the county y iUstrsUl article. Thi will 1 a feature of Till
of Multnomah, which embrace the city of Portland. West Uiiuiik for lHHfl, which will render the volume an
Taken altogether, the political situation is much com pi i- I especially valuable one.
cated. A thore is no national issue to steady the ranks
of the two great parties, and as the strength of the pro- gunvEYH ullYe been completed of road from Nampa,
hibition vote is unknown, as well as the source from fJnm IJoU City auJ
which it will come, the uncertainties of an election will M u Un(ij gng0 M fr M Hso, from which
never be better illustrated than at the polls next Mon- . t wiU j,, np tie rivr M ' narrow
day. On page one hundred and seventy-three are pre- mUr Mt WM Ul( biyul of U(lll tun.
eented portrait of the party nominee for governor. mM tho tMtimi fMniti. aha need,
Hon. T. R. Cornelius, of Wellington county, waa nom- mny u jnorflluMMi in Uo or tlTm ywin, by tran.
inated by the republicana; Hon. S. Pennoyer, of this 0(mliu()llUj lf lh, )ro,,lut eak wisely of th In
city, by the democrat, and Hon. J. K Houston, or of ch, & Vahil9mUn
Jackson county, by the prohibitionist. The interest
naturally felt in 'JZ T cycIoD. WMUlm W o,.n.l early U,U ,W In th.
prominently before the pubhc M''r"mJ" J e hundred and menty live b.v.
Shore to thus introduce them to ,ta many reader IJ f Jolllir, n ,,ro,H,rty iUlr(yniL
80 much doubt ha been expressed of the practicabil- When one remls of th.me and other climatie eceentrtoi.
it, r W i. . ll or shi , railway at Panama or in ti., it i calculata.1 to rend,r him cnM.t,! U, l,v. ,,
S.ll A S financial sueco.s, that a few statistic a country where he is in ,u, Ann .. fn- l
S dir. le During the ,esr lrt'J. the t.t.d U wit,r, broil.,1 lu. ummer, or . r.l U. IU ,ur c
o IVSi-hich entered and clear. from the.Isthmu ner. of tU.wU.bj fruky loruado.