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About The illustrated west shore. (Portland, Or.) 1891-1891 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1891)
THE ILLUSTRATED WEST SHORE.
The Vancouver Register says: Work will be resumed on the road to
the sound in a few days. About fifty men are now riprapping the fills along
Vancouver lake to protect the grade there. Thirty thousand barrels of ce
ment, to be used in the great steel bridge here, have arrived at Portland.
Everything is ready for the word ."go," and it will be heard within a few days.
, Claus Spreckles has an eye open for the soft snaps in a new country.
Almost everyone has known in' a general way that there was plenty of coal in
the eastern part of the county, but no one had the money to do the work re
quired. A'COuple of Aberdeen rustlers were just getting things into shape to
make a big killing by securing a large tract on Independence creek, in the ex
treme southeastern part of the county, and extending over to Thurston, but
A H. JOHNSON,
Stock Broker, IPaolesale ButcUr
And dealer In all ktoda of Freeh end Onred
Meata, Beooo, Hams end Lard. Bpeoiel
attention given to aupplylnf ahipe.
Fint 8t, Aeh, PORTLAND, OB.
Hat No Competitor
Gea. AgL for Pacific OoMt,
peraona mfforini with RHKUMATlHM is
any form, Neuralgia or Lam bum. 1 will,
without oharm diteot thoM erliiotad tn l
an end permanent oar kavt nothing
to mil but uive inormaffoii what to tm real
cured ntvielf ana frienit ajlf all othtr
meant And ailed. Atldran F. W. Perk
bant, Fretenury & tint Art Publisher,
Look Boi llol, Beaton. Mase.
184 166 Second tk, Hear Morrison.
Moat important of thaaaaaoo. Homa
Brownsville Woolen Mills Coode
Found onljr at the eign of
The Browna-vlUt Clothing Itore,
Its and 1M Second HL, namr Cor. Morrison.
Fall lina Hro'iliTwool Siite, ,10.(0.
Pants, M.U0. Beet in the market. Finn
t, Kavia woolen nauia. w . a. manor.
r sii I
Ona of tha laraeet ud Finnt Hntala in the
Paoino Northwest, A. 1. WAUNaB. Prop.
NO FIT I
Then an aoma of tha tronblaa of awn
ladles with poor Fad OloTse. Wain low
showing tha lataat trrlrala of tha fannine
ALEXANDBB " Kid Olone, which for
mote than forty nan tan stood in tha
bad of Irat olaaa food.
OLDS & KING,
The piny is done the curtain falls
Hero and villain trade their parti ;
The rich scenes change to smoky Mails ;
The lovers e'en forget their hearts.
And so it Is with life a play
Made Tragedy or Karce nt will ;
Who knows but as the mourners pray
The dead finds changes greater still ?
Elderly Al'ST My dear. 1 have Just
put you down in my wilt for $10,000.
NikXS Oh. auntie, what can I say to
thank you ? How are you feeling to day.
- Skinner Have you watered the stock
of vour New Jersey lniiroveiiient Company
(jKah)ikk No, we didn't need to ; two
thirds of the property Is under water al
ready. Mnnsry'1 W'ttMj.
A DOOMING TOWN.
The present lmroved and progressive
appearance of Sultan Is a matter of suririse
The astonishing growth and improvement going forward on the peninsula
between Albina and the Columbia river emphasise the fact that the great mass
of Portland's future population will reside on the high table land between the
two rivers. Fine residences, palatial school houses, water works, electric
street car lines, fine boulevards, etc., now under construction, attest the sub
stantial character of the improvements of this favored locality, See Sher
man l). Brown, No. 13 Morrison street, for full particulars of everything re
garding this locality.
POETS OF THEPACIFIC COAST.
Tn Wot 8iou often month!; prieas aa speolned below for tha beat poena anbmiU
ted for competition by residents ot the Peolnc ooaat, Including British Columbia. Three
or four will be selected (or publieatiol each week, end la the laet lane of tha Booth tha
namaa of tha prise winners for tha month will be announced. All poeme not published
will be returned. The contest aloM each month 00 tha fifteenth. Poems ahould not cl
osed fortr lima in length. The Man an persons of literary (ml tare not loaneeted with
Til Win Bioal la any capacity. Tha following priasa an ottered month 1; 1
fint PrtM-A Tola me ot one of the standard poeta, It-no. alee, bandsoaelf bound la
full padded leather, with full tilt edgaa. The pries winner may designate his ehoioe
of the following rolnmaa 1 Dante, Milton, Bcott. Buna, Moon. Wordsworth, Brown.
inn. Poa, Jeai lnielow, Mrs. Humana, Mrs. Brownini, and Favorite Poena, eolnme
of choice selections from all tha poeta. Then an all new books, apeclellr laaoad aa
elegant lift editions, end an from the shelves of Stuart a Thompson, tha well known
booksellers of Poitlsnd.
Second Priii-A nbeoripUoe to Die KVef Snort for all months, to he sent to any ad
dreee. Ttrd Priie-A lubeoription to DU treat or for three moat ha, to be ant to ary ad
dress. Oroad Prlie-ln addition to tha monthly (rat prise, at tha and of tha year the poem that
ahall be decided to be the beat east la during Uit entire rear will renin as eleaant
copy of one of the gnat elasale poems with Ulaetratione by Don, and the portrait of
Use writer will be published, so that than who hen lead the poem may ban the ad.
diliosel pUeeote of seeinf tha (Ma of the one who has ooatri bated to their eejoymeot.
Only poems thai ham amr beaa pnbliahad will ha aooeptad.
before the deal could be closed, the land, two thousand acres in all, was gob
bled up by Claus Spreckles, the sugar king, and others, who will put in the
money necessary to work the mines. The coal will be brought to Aberdeen
and shipped to the California market. Aberdeen Herald.
The Yakima Fair association, with a capital stock of $10,000, lias been
incorporated. The Gibson track and grounds have been purchased, and it is
proposed to make Yakima the hub o the agricultural and blood horse inter
ests. The directors of the association are arranging a speed programme for
July and September, and will offer attractive purses.
Almota, Washington, claims to have the largest orchard in the state.
to those who come w ithin her gates. And
well it might. When we stop and reflect,
the Improvements that have taken place In
our town during the past year have tiecn
simply wonderful. Persons leaving Sno.
homish to pay its a visit and see the country
are generally informed nnd deeply itniirvsscd
w ith the idea that Sultan City is only a little
mining town, with a small handful of people
and nothing of Interest connected with it.
When they nrrive, the testimony In nearly
every case Is : "I had no kirn you hud
such a thriving little town up here." Sat.
A. D. Charlton, assistant general passen
ger agent of the Northern hulltc railroad,
lays: " The outlook for a big rush In pass
enger business has never been belter. We
are advertising the country more extensive
ly than ever this siring, and the eastern
states are flooded with Information nlnul
the great northwest. The grealer portion
of our patrons will come from New Kn.
gland, although a great many peole will
come from Michigan.
Taatad by Time. For Bronchial alteo.
lions, Conine, ate , Brown's Bronchial Tro
ches ban promt thaif eflionoy by taat of
many years. Price Seta.
Partial wlahinf to take Interest In tha
erection ot a Modem Lager Bier Brewery
(Malthonn If possible) la any enterprising
city la Washington or Oregon ahould cor
respond with John Zunnar, ean American
Brewer. BU Worth St., N, Y. City.
Portland Cornice & Roofing Co.
llAnufMturartnr .WbdUm) Iraa Cor
dIom, NkvllihU Vlnlnw Cu,
Tin, Correlated ran, Slat and Qompo
Hot Air Farnao't and (fttntrtl Johbint to
Mf kiml of HhMC Met-i. WholMl
Diiera L& (Jornio KariohmwU.
BAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Route.
Traina Inn and an due to arrin at
From Feb, L 1WU
Halom, Albany, Kiiaena,
Koeehura, Uraot'e Peea,
Mlfim Ashland, Hao-V
rainento, twiten. Ban
Frenoieoo, Mtijava, Ia
Angeln. Kl Paeo, New
Orleans and Kaat
(.(Cam Boaabarg end way stations '4.00pm
Via, Woodbnm for MU
Anirel, Hllrerton, Wset I
0010. nmwusTiiio, ana i
iS Oftpm Albany and way atatiaaa ttnam
t am rirrallls and way stations tapm
t.supm MoMiuniillea way atatlona ttl aiam
DINING CARS ON OUDKN BOUfX.
POLLMAN BOFFIT BLEhTIllH,
TODltlHT BLKEPINO CAI18
For aooonmndatlofl o( aeotmd elan peea
auaonra to au trains.
Thronfh Tteket Otrln. Ill First at. whan
thmefh Uekrta tn all puinta in the Kaateni
Btetes, t'anada and Knrope can be ' btaitiiHl
at lowsel rain (rum J, U. KUIKLANU,
Ticket A lent
All alum traina arrlre and depart from
Grand Central elation, Filth ami I eta.
NAllltOW GA0UI-W. B, DIVIBION
PORTLAND A W1LLAMKTTE TAL BY.
Paeaaoiar Depot, foot of Jeflenon St,
Oasnwo anil Way
Otween. Newben. Dnn
rtn, Itaytow. Utaretta,
Bhertdan, Dallaa, lluo-l
mouth and Airlla, J
tll.roaml Binrelde and Way Itll.tSam
l.lipm I Maiiona 1 1 ,u1pm
Dally, t Dally.eicoplluuday.
Farrla ennneet with all traina lor Bell
wood and Milwaukee.
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