PAGE 8. OREGON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY. JUNE S. H04. camion. 1'aae Kill, bicycle race, bicycle trick riding nnl many other a nod at traction. Program of amusement will b distributed at a Liter d.u. Lunches i ann ivirpsnnifnTa ni ino gront-.tiM. I Conn) with tia ami spend a day of L-.... I . I...1..., . ... 1...I.. . . , .. nuu . mxi 01.1111- . iiji. iiivui, mill lu lu Ar ou' u,, We are; tl provMo , .,, U) ,(k(( Mro of tnir the Solo Aentrt fop the Only uk anil crippled member. ThtnjJ Kiivvn That Cure the I Kit further information sec poster or DROPSY Do Youi Ankle op t.lmhai Swell? 1 v !!:: That Chum '1Jrow r Dropsy, vig.t l ul ton Compound. ! w-u"lln,',n l-oucks. tioom U. ".'SS t- St Portland. Oregon. oi:m Tiur ii.w MR. U'REN MAKES REPLY. It !i now well known th.n dropaf 1 sot la tlaelt a iIim1-. , hut W tn.iily always a aynip ieui ,? k.aui-y dito-a.-io iUt ncivmivatiit. IU akroaio siai,-. bcroMfor incurable lleoiti, p to the discovery of the Kuluia iitnpouo.l!i, Iruoa" lu itiecmble II i flow howt.Te eunibl in near: ate touosof alt ease, litm 1 1 ;n, '-oltor: la aa lnterrsiiai laooTurr. to whuh w n-f,,r h 'otl kindly r v , pencissloa. Mra. Pter (levher.it o iW Fillmore iireet. pan r ration -v 1.,-e ue aifiruiitit y drottM.-ai Anst' Hcfer't Aicus.it. on and Judge Waldo's Objections. K.titor KntcrprWe Oregon City, Ore. May 3... VMH. ,1 the followir.-:. and we shall ho glad to have you print as much of It as your space will nr f uj io:hij iim 1.1 to lur ovcry n , v.,,,-. ,,,o-,, I,,.. i, . i-u i ...... ars Sh was i, r,i nearly forty timej .nJ lour printing of the Hofor por Tvi worse f- .n .ijt to day Toe i-hvin-n' t:on wil bo a personal favor to myself, laell sxtid tier Itimbamt thai aba bad Hriiint' j V.meu (rule lll&eor the l.i.ln,-i thai il In . . 1 trill. aneed ohronu- l And i'yonil Uirtirl a.d. ; W.S.I KK Har heart ;. ve bor tti usual tr ul!e tul ' u..,. .A aha inoeii e. ioiniMtnliiion t! r.iitir,..l piorer a wnargei ueniea. were wet for. They put heron Pilous lemi Col. llofor. In hU Sillcm Journal of lalng tbt hs l loiio a for a week. Theeeend; ,, . ; ,, , ,, ... , . . wee tue iiivr declined a lime and, the i " vi") i' no". J. ninnn iu -oTt:-: iiva (f'iiai till l-.or n .w. rj doninutlin of the Plnvt Trimary Nom nuupiete in: cam ih examined lotc j lnotinff V",w i.ma hiHI H. lmsi milh. ana iv.r:n,t M onthly, an.1 the i;enu:i!-ur.M MllS t'O to ihv III fact ho Is paid to r .1 "haivconrj aoraluily iiieuJ tlo it at th( oxnensti of tln taxpayer la iheir columoa. .. , Mb. Tbomai Ohriitol of ?TwBtT-wTeRit 1 Mo says $2000 was spout to perfect ....... .. ... treei, Saa rVaooiscw, wu also awollen wlttl ' propamy Rot most 01 II. iropsy. as tha mull of cliroiilo kiilm y Ui'w The statement that I Iw'n will re- ZiV':;zx?z K.M.i"U,I?v"'s,ttu: ,,n!y tr,.,th asal,,st fir Bad was close todeaih a door aitbouh ahe bad! falsehiMHlS In the above paragraph. vur pujMcisaH. cna waji pui oa the ruilta: .vmpuumu. i nraa weeki snowed Improvement and in sti inoutba aha was well, and per ouu If you br drop-if don't b-niporix. There It poly one thing Iik.hi tt,4t will cur the chronic kidney dise. that la behind it and tbst is auiton s tompound. Tha Unnal mpr.uiid for BnRhl'a and kiduee Dlsoasea, i ; llhet.-s. 11. VJ. Jo:)n J. l-'ulloo Oo.. Waxhiretoc traet. Run Prancmts). h1 oMniMvirulei-s ilerci tor pamphiat. a r u.a aula areata for Uii. 41. CHARMAX A CO., PRWtUSTS REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Furnuhtd Every U'eck by the Oodunus Aorstnct 5c Trust Graipany. J. Saeor to C. H. Brown, lot 4. block 1, New Era. f 125. E. McDonald to E. Williams, lots 7 and 8. block 109. Oregon City, $1000. O. & C. R. R Co. to C. U Stand lnser, e1 of nei of sec. 11. 5. 2 e, $320. M. Behrendt to V. X. Davis, swi. Of nwVi of sec 5, 4. 2 e, $850. L. Rosenthal to F. E. Gallogly, 20 acres In sec 17, 2, 2 e. $1000. F. Krausbaar to P. T. Davis, 10 acres in sec 5, 2, 2 e. $1800. H. Ijxik to C. Oesehle, roadway In Bee 27, 1. 3 e. $40. A. J. Perdue to J. W. Dores, 39 acres In sec IS. 5. 1 e. $1000. E. T. Hall to E. L. Hall, 10 acres in sec. 32. 1, 2 e. $1. G. Voorheis to Burrell Investment Co., block 6, Waverly Heights, $1000. Hedges & Griffith to D. V. Kinnaird. lots 5, 6. 7 and 8, block 30, Canemah, $175. R. V. Henneman to G. Simon, 10 acres in CI. 38, 1, 1 e, $1. P. Drake to A. Speia. tract 1, block D, Willamette Falls. $200. A. H. Barker to M. Mulvey, 64 of lot 2, lock 140, Oregon City, $500. S, Swanson to J. M. Sweeney. lots la and 16, block 6C Oswego, $10.0)0. P. Stoller to W. J. LIdell, tract 7, Pleasant Hill park, $500. H. Knight to E. Knight, lot 12. block 3. Canby, $100. E. Knight to H. A. Knight, lot 3. block 3, Canby. $100. G. J. Trullinger to A. H. Rhodes, nw4 of nwVi sec. 35, 4, 2 e, $1. G. J. Trullinger to F. J. Nelson, 27 acres In sec. 28, 4, 2 e, $285. The Clackamas Abstract & Trust company are owners of the only com plete abstract plant in Clackamas county. Prompt and reliable work on short notice. AH work guaranteed. Abstracts made, money loaned, mort gages foreclosed, trusts executed, estates settled, and titles perfected. J. F. CLARK, Atty.-at-Law, President and Manager. Office over Bank of Oregon City. BIG RAILROAD EXCURSION. Railroad Trainmen's Annual Picnic At Salem, Sunday, June S. Suncet Lo'lgo No. 130, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will run their Fourth Annual Excursion to flalem Sunday, June 6, 1304. Trains will be run run from ail accessible points In the Willamette Val ley, from Portland and from The Dall-. The State Fair grounds have been se cured, where a first class program of amusements will be rendered for the en tertainment of the patrons of the ex- 1 Neither Mr. T'lten nor any member of the league has had or will get a dollar for any work or service what ever lu preparing or advocating this bill. The league has paid $K" to at torneys who are not members, for their services in perfecting the bill, but ho never said $.'0(H) had been spent for that purpose. The total expenses of the league will be about $1700; of this amount about $1500 is pledged to be paid by tho members at the rate of not eicei'ding ten dolurs each: the balance will be paid by voluntary con tributions. Not a dollar of the public money has been or can be paid for i printing or circulating aay argument for or against this bill. All this must be paid by the friends of the measure. and does cot cost the taxpayer a cent. W. S. U'REN. U'Ren Answer Judge Waldo's Objec tions to the Direct Primary Nominations Bill. Last January Hon. J. B. Waldo was asked to Join the Direct Primary Nominations League. At that time be gave the following reasons for refus ing: "My objection to the bill Is radical, for I do not believe the principle, itself to be true on which the bill Is founded, namely: That under our form of government political parties arc useful &nd necessary at th pres ent time. On the contrary, I believe political parties to be political curses of this, as they have been of a'.l other times, and should rather be sup pressed than recognized and fostered by law. So you see t am against the bill entirely as retrogressive and per nicious." His three columns in the Salt-ci Journal do not so clearly state th- reasons for his opposition to the bill as the above three sentences. His tory does not record the existence of any free government that was carried on without political parties, and Judge Waldo docs not offer any other plan for doing so. Most men will expect him to offer a plan he thinks is better, before they will consider the suppression of political parties. On the other hand, the friends of Direct Primary Nominations believe political parties are not of themselves a curse, but rather that the party boss and his machine are the real evils, and these should be abolished. This iiill is offered to the people of Oregon as a long step to that end At the worst. It cannot be as bad as the Boss system, and so far as the direct nomination plan has been tried elsewhere it has been a great improvement. In no instance has it been repealed for a refim to the convention and lio.-vs system. Judge Waldo urey knows that the first law for direct primary nomina tions was enacted for Lincoln. Ne braska, in 18!)6; that since then simi lar laws have been applied in the state of Minesota, and the cities of Baltimore, Md., and Grand Kapids and Detroit, Michigan: that in every case the operation of the law has been highly satisfactory to the pcop! Yet he does nor. mention any history than Col. Ilofer's book, pub lished in VsK He objects because, he says, polit ical parties have not had time enough to adopt the direct primary nomina ting system by voluntary agreement ! But every effort has been made ever since iHi'A to persuade them to do so, but the bosses have prevented it in every state, and In 99 per cent of the counties and cities of the nation. How long does Judge Waldo think we ought to coax them to reform? He condemns the bill because It does not require the Socialists and t'rohlbitiontsta to nominate lit the primaries. But these parties do uot j elect any public oftlcers yet. and therefore have no machine- uud no. (voss. As soon Its they begin to elect their candidate they will bo subject to this law, nlilcli wil prevent (hem from ever making a machine mul a bos. He object because the bill gives to every political party the exclusive rUht to the use of It. party name But why not? Why should any iiiitn who does Hot believe ill the principles! of the lVmocratlc platform be al lowed to run for office as an "Imlo ! pendent Democrat?" and the same: uue.-tioii applies to all parties? The true reason Is that the allege! Inde-1 pendent IViuivrat, Republican, or So- cialist. as the case may be. either , tried to make the party platform or' to got the regular nomination, and ' becailso he failed he wauls rein.:o by defeating the party or the etuidt-' ila'e who got the nomination. i t euse for such action will be po.s-j sible when the members of a party make Its nominations by direct vote on a secret ballot. lie condemus the bill because If does not allow all men to vote in the primary of any party and help to make its nominations, whether they are members of the party or not. But every man will admit that It Is mor ally wrotiR for a Republican or a Socialist to vote In the Democratic primary, or for a Democrat or a Siv ctallst to vote in a Republican pri mary, and so with all parties. The friends of direct primary nominating laws believe exiorlence has proved ll.at It is necessary to make this moral wrong also a legal wrong. When YouCome Right Down to Positive Facts Th" UP to date and auocoesful far titer iv.filio modern and liupioved agricultural machinery. That is the reason we ie Ibis year cujo)lntf -uch a Ian:" sale of riitchcll Lewis & Stavcr Company' (loot!. Buy a New Bujrgy. And vt Ion you make t purchase, is,-! the best - The Bee Line Bugjlea. lit tlie-M' days of elm. poplar uud maple spoke. It's something to know tli.it a vehicle has Guaranteed Hick ory Wheels, as our Bio I.lno baa You can t ho tinder th" paint. Bet ter trust to a good, reliable, one price house. Mitchell. Levis tc Stavcr Co. Monarch of the HoaS. II. le wa'tt that can . The be-t v be bull! U III" Mitchell. Tin' inalcilnU are wo lo-aioncf. haunts ' I bought five rM ahead of leuiilreiiii iils Tbla alo'tn Moan liivenlinent of u foituno lit waoti Muck. j I'xpetl labor used III the oeutrue Their apletiilld lepiilallotl a., over , J the count!) the Northwest lu par- j Dapirt Oregon Shoi;tl.ne i AND Union Pacific THREE TRAIN TO THE EAST I DAILY "'I -,ttwtt riiiliii.oi i.in1 ii.l met Tutir. IM ... . Mi, ilia .Ull I.I I 'III iba. I III, rl.,.h mr, '"H la I .,,n , At. ,,, K O n I'll.. Itil.ottli I'lllllitdtt tu'iital I i i' i I pi i i.illiillir i ..u Imi l,t w.iliii to l l.l- Kit'iaa t'lty, m,. . a' (! In tlm n.iM daily PHI I. II OURS I'ottlatid to Chliaito N'i I ItatiKe el Caf-i. tlculat - demonstrate that Mitchell Wajons Are All R.fllit. lite gtl'tilula. ' .llt We also carry a full line of cul tlv uloi . fate plow. 1 lousier .IrllU in fact a complete line of amleultuial mat hiiier) of all Ulndv Wo ho have complete stock of machine oil. flow About That Cream Separator? Make dairying easy and profitable by luventitus lit one. Wu handle th" Iowa and the American See them before ou buy. Catalogues nialb'J free. FAIRCLOUGH BROS. , 1 hi- ill ' I I'Mlllllul i Hp. l .l , III AlUnli." Klpl.-'.a I l in VI H'l'O trii'.oi t I'jul t t Mill p ni v i. Hp.kol. H .It 1 ,.l.e Irei-r ' It V i , i lit I injli. K iiilh i t( m I u I .Mil l 'bi .ig j at. I P in. M ii . tan m-nvet, I I U i III I Mtiaha. Ivntoiaa t'lly, ri! I .. .. . i 'In. Af an t I. .i.t. 10 1 i vv.tii v!U. l.tnti. HHikttio, Mill. : lienpoll. HI -t.t. ! 7 j , liulotll Mllwatikre, j i 'I.;, ag i an-l Kaat ' Judge Waldo Is mistaken in saying ' T h s mj ottf that this provision violates the se- Itnill IIU i'lalll i Oregon City. OreRon ocean and Rivor Schedule crecy of the ballot. No man can learn i for w horn any man votes, either for j nomination or for election. He complains because the bill speaks of candidates seeking uomina-, tlon. But why not? To bo uninitiated ' for public olllce Is an honorable uls-1 tincllou. and surely It is no cause for. shame If a mau seeks public honor. . But Judge Waldo is consistent to the last. H" even objects to the at-. tempt made in this bill to secure the , election of our United Stales senators : by direct vote of the pinjple on the 1 same principle that the president Is ; elected, ecause the constitution of the United States has not been amended for that purpose. I But so long as any man opposes the principle of dir.'Ct primary nomi- j nations by tmlitical parties It la use- j l.-ss to think of drawing a law for that purpose that wil meet with his' appr ival. W. S U'REN. SOME PLAIN TRUTHS. Lie- I Continued from page 1 I Or. .r. .1- I. -gatlen. but with "the mtpoi f:"m th- western t it.- V t-r. wlni will tnke the pain to an- 0e ..-r eli.ut.-e ttint l'.IS b,-,n tlMil" an lir.n Mr. H- rmnnn. and to trace them ' to tl;- f..i:nt:tlnh-n.. will find lh.it they do r.ot bear ati.tlyMn. and that the win le e.ini:i.tii;ii ok .t;nst lutn resli en i inlly i t aug.-sti,iri and In.Hlr.uatlons of a.itne tliini,' itbo'it to h.iipen and rand.tn alle- nations thot .it. y in. in f.oi.ili.ir with the f.t.-t ear. t.-ar all to pi.--. j Mr. Il.-t mai'.n r..i aiwav n.i'i tne r pu- j jt;.,n of U intf a nio.it in .pisti I"1! and effi.-i.tive worker for the st.tt", and we have his public statement that d'lrinif the past -!.!. m more of h: hills were pa.i.ie.i than ever before. He would be iivr heiminuiy .-i.-.-ied without a vote from '"i.iek.'im.m count, but she ow-a It to h.r own k.h1 reputation as a Republi can .stronghold to sive lnni. at till ,-.-f-tlon. a majority of at least !"0 vote, and give the world to tinileintaM.i what her opinion 1 of the shauieltois and con temptible methods that have I n pur sued In this eanipaum. "i'.amp Clark, of Missouri, attended ex ercises jn a kir.-lerKart-n Inxil the oth'-r d. ty "Hive any of you ,-v.-r e,.ri an ei.-jihar.ts skin''' Mr. t'latk ri k"il the Yo'.-nnnerx. ( have." houte. .,ti,- little fellow. AVhete?" aked Mr "lark, Im-pre-i-i. l with the ounK-itei h eiin'-at-nees ' Or. the e!.,tiaut." he answ-t-red W- a I! li.iv- our trials at lh: telephone, but we do not usually hear Central'." '.pinio'; of on A Hau I-'rate ..-o . lawyer, who had been trying for t-n minutes or n.f.n. w-irrooir mi' iesM to "i t 11... nurn ,,-r ia'.'-r I ' .r, at ia.i j.n - . iit to niii a r.i.-y .iti-e ill very 'ron I o n jane. Hi Wife, who wa standinir near, said, per- j su-isiv -!'. t me try, dear." Then In . i gentle vop-e. whleh was intentionally a stroni? contra. t t his at::?')' ton.-jt, she . -ailed !f.-:lo. C.-ntra!"' Her husband d:tlr..-!y heard "Central" answer prompt;: "Just 1 moment, ir-.adam. There l a crazv man on the line.. Let rr.e settle him first." BUY THE Hi Famous at home for Generations past; Famous now all over the World. FOR 8ALE BY - E. MATTHIAS -Sole Agency for Oregon City SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived hv those who ad vertise a ftfJ.OO Hewing Machine for 120.00. This kind of a machine rau be bought from us or any of our tliailers from $15.00 to $1S.OO. we MARC VARICTY. THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. The Feed detennines the utrengtli or "V.-'-akfies of Hewing Machines. The. Iiille Feed combined with other strong (siints Diuki-s t lie ew Ifome the lit-st Hewing Machine to buy. WforCIBCOURSHSS THE K'S HOME SEVIKC MACHIKC GO. I oasNst, Mast SiCnlonHq. N. V., Chicago, i;!., Ail.tn'-i. r;t., r e' Ixeji,Mo., Iiia.T-t.,K o, I- r.,.r,,-, ,, cu I ron calc av jC. S. CRANK, 350 Morrison street, I l'ort!and, Oregon, Le Seward Webb w.-.? or.e of a Prty of frb-nds who listened t) some tall tale from a younjr brai?irirt. Then Iir. Webb told a story of an adventure he bad with a srrlzzly. It happened In the Koekles, and culminated In the doctor h'-lnif left defenseless on tiie edge of a hlKh cliff, over which his rlfli had fallen and the bear only six feet away. When he had reached this prJlnt In hi story. Or. Webb paused, and appeared to have finished. Then th Imaginative young man. who had been listening pop-eyed, broke In: "WellT' he said; "Well? Cio on. What happened?' Dr. Webb, look ing him raimiy In the eye, replied: "The trrizzly devoured me." It Will Be to Your Interest, If you contemplate visiting the St. Louis Exposition, to secure reliable In form i.i'ior. 3 to railroad service, the lowest rates and the best routes. Also H3 to local cor, lltion In St. Loula; hotels, etc., etc. If you wiil write the undersigned, atat Ir.g what Information you desire, the sam-! will be promptly furnished. If we do not have It on hand, will secure It for you If possible, and without any ex per.si t) you. Addres. B. II. TRCMBCLL, commercial Agent, H2 Third street, Portland, Ore. Takes the burn out; heal the wound; i cure the pain. Dr. Thomaa' Eiectrto 0.1, t'.'.a househoM remedy. SOME FIGURES AS TO EXPENSES. Clackamas county Iviuoci at have bisn in sisting on figure Here I another bunch for their consideration We respectfully submit th" appended statement lu corroboration of th" claim of the Republican of Clackamas county that under the administration of county affair by the majority party (he expense of the county have been very materially reduced during the last two year. The figure glv.-n below Include the total eipotisi. of the county for the last four cons.'cutlie years. The reader will please note the extent to which the current lApotnum of the county have been reduced, particularly during the last year under the administration of affair by the present Republican omViT. and then re flect and determine If the charge of exlrav ag.ince that are being made against the Itepul.llcati by the DeiuiHTats Is Justilled by the n tual I .ids Th total expenditures of the county by years for the lust four years have been a follow: April 1. 190'., to April 1. 1 : t . April 1. J'jftl, to April 1. r.tiC, April 1, 1902. to April 1. l!u:i. April 1, I9;i. to April 1, 19ul. . 9i.00o . xr,.7oH . 55.437 PRODUCE PROOF OR SHUT UP. Chairman Kby, at the opening of the Demo cratic campaign at Molulla. made the assertion that the administration of Sheriff Shaver and Clerk Sleight for the year ending April 1. 1901, cost the taxpayers of (iiickarnas county about I:'D0 more than did the administration of those office under Cooke and 'Cooper respectively, who held those ollice for the term Immediately pre ceding the present nfTirer. This statement was made to contradict the claim that has been made In the Kntcrprlno that these oHices under Shaver and Sleight have been conducted at a saving to the taxpayers of alsuit lloiio. These facts, a published In the Knterprise, are Hiipporfcd by the reports of the officers in comparison with the records of the preceding officers a disclosed by the bill on file at the court bouse. Sheriff Sbaver'a office has cost the taxpayer less by sev eral hundred dollars each year than did the same office under Mr. Cooke. The sumo is true of Mr. Sleight's administration as dork. In fact, the Democrat., k arrive at these con clusions, have figured from s.-ml annual reports that they have repeatedly denied and repudiated as being Incorrect and faulty. For Instance, these Immaculate disciples of Democracy repudi ated the report they themselves made In I'jfC, when they reported the county's Indebtedness at I1U2.000. They claimed that the obligations of the county at that time exceeded the amount reported by several thousand dollars, In fact, declared that It amounted to at least fjno.ooo. It was subse quently discovered that an Item of about $12,00D in outstanding warrants had been overlooked and was not-Included in the report that was made at that time. Not being satlslled with their own report, It Is not surprising that they should ques tion the accuracy of the reports that wera re cently made by the Republicans. Still It la from these two reports, both of which have been de nied by the Democracy, that the Democrats of Clackamas county get their figures from which tbelr allegations are made. And In this connection Mr. Shaver makes a proposition for the consideration of somo of the expert mathematicians within tho Democratic organization. If they can prove that the coat of bis office for the first year of his term cost within $350 of what the same office cost under the last year of Cooke's administration, he will pay the person making the proof the sum of $100 for bis trouble. Democratic charges of extravaganco are all bosh and It la now up to them to produce the proof of their charges, for which they will be amply compensated, or shut tip. Sheriff Shaver authorizes tbe publication of tbe following: I will pay $100 to any reputable, representa tive Democrat, who will Investigate the records of the sheriff's office under the respective admin istrations of Mr. Cooke and myself, ascertaining tbe true cost of the two offlcea from July 1, 1901, to July 1, 1902, representing the concluding year of Mr. Cooke's term, and from July 1, 1902, to July 1, 1903, or the first year of my term, from the bills on file 8t the court house, on one condition, viz: If from the result of the examination of these records he can show that the sheriff 's office under the first year of my term cost the taxpayers within $350 of what the office cost, during the last year of Sheriff Cooke's administration. JOHN R. SHAVER, Sheriff of Clackamas County. , I . H.tn I i n -la te.erv' five 4-tya at i p in K-.r Aat.iiu . V lcilnia and Velll lie i b - Dally leieepi Hondarl at I V p ill . r iiutKi) hi I , ill (-niif 'il .no . iitei p-i mil l Ii I oil Wlllam r I..,,.. I I I I'l I .i i. t oi.-d lot it tiiatioii nf rains tiertlt loaet i all ,11 ! . latll ur Wrtlt tj .e.t o-l!i-t II. ket Agent, "r A. L. CRAIO, lOo eia! I'aaei,a-r Aent Tl i.t s.-i '.aiii,ia jk .Nat laatlon Co, I' . t:n I urn in COLUMBIA RIVER SCENERY Regulator Line Steamers Portland and The Dalles ; ROUTE All Way tandinu j ' lute y (i.iU tt "Kilie City." ! ' lies ilalor " "Mollako." C, tine. Una- at I.) le W,t.h Willi Ilia Co I infill. I luv.-r and Northern Ity, for VValikl.e oa t'tl, Ceiiteiv Hie, lie Mau dlin uud nil I'll, kltdt Valley points. ! Hte.iiner 1,-iivra I'.ittliind dully eopt H.in.l o i f-,t I he iMIlea 7 a in ; arrive ' i lie i.ill. r, in i in ; ati-lltler CMIierta j with I' It At N limit al l.vle for liol- 'd. lid lie Mleiitner lr.- I be Dalle 1 Uaily .-s..-. Mondavi fur I'ortUiol at 7am; unit, a I'ortintid P m ; C K. A N tialn I. nun liol.h relate at (II VxlOleeta with tile Straltiel f.,r t'oltialld. I'Aeeiieiit inealtt a.-rv.-d on all tejrtiers , I- irir, ue "iniii.Mljttioiia for Irami mni i w .ii(.e a I l-.ir detnlrl Informatli.n ef rate. ititli ri-Mervitti',ti. titlli.Nid and ataa- M , "fine, tloria. wille nr rail litM.n SI al.-.. leinuld. aa.nt. Ai.br Htrret Wharf, or II C CAMIHKI.I.. Managni. I'orllntid. rron. i j Daily River Schedule O rag on City Boats Dally t.hsdul' ! Htrnriieta Alt., na and l'l.nt.eia for H- I b in and w.iv peinia. I.utva 1'ortlat.d dally pt Hlllo nit at i t'n u "Ml city, H.ii.-n,, ; leave Ore- I.', u in ; r-t ur mri g leava b-.uo iinniri l it. VI" Oregon City Transpoi latlon Co. Astoria & Columbia ! River Railroad Co. DAILY TUAINM, Hat.1 I 1 -. Kllretlve Jlllv ', l'''J I'iy D'ly i l Vf 7 s h no ,v H ii', It O'. ... N '.'Hi It Is h ;p) ! x, S -tl ' 4o . . H Ull II V) . . , S ,'iHMO O' , . 'I llMjIII l, it Pi lo '.'l ! .17:101 , 10 no1 1 1 Ill US1I 10 HI M il o'i .. I') auju :si- Ar . a.m. , r a I'ortland Af II I" ' , . l.obla . liaiiilcr l'vraiuld . Mayger . . tjgiiiry . iaiaka'rila Msrstilaiul ,. . 'est(Kirt .. . lillttii . knappa .... . Hvenseii . . .John Bay .. . Astoria.. I. v III H i .1 u 11 ,vj, 1 :i.', m i'i It 27! 7 M II 17 7 V I w Its' 7 .1 M Mi 7 M 4'ii 7 17 a x 7 1'- H W Ii ti N ill' fi 7 Mi ! 7 :'. hi KRASIDK IHVISKIM II .'tis. f p. n 1 1 :) a. m I I s. m 1 I 'i a. m . 2 -vi p. in . 5 'Kl p. 111 0 10 a. m . 1 ASTORIA -1 bKASIDK 1 , 7 4u a. m I ... 4 tsip.ni ' . . .10 .') a. m I . . . fl fto p. Ill f ...I2 .Kl p- n 1' ... 7 :l p. m . . 1 :) p. ra . , lu a. m Connections. Alt train make close connections sat Ooble) with all Northern J'aclflo train to or from the Krist or Hound points. At I'ortland with all trains leavlnf Union liepot. At Astoria with I. Tt. A S. Cn.'t boat and rail line, and ateamer T. J. Potter, to and from llwaco and North Beach point. ..Ticket office, 255 Morrison Br, and Union Depot. J. C. MA TO, (Jen. 1'aasonger Agt., Astoria, OregoB. Reduced Ratas to St. Louis Exposition. The Southern TacHlo Co. will sell rouni trip tickets at greatly reduced rate to St. Loula and Chicago account the 8t Louls Exposition, on the following date: June 16, 17, 11; July 1, 2, I; August !. J, 19; Reptember t, I, T; October S, V Going trip must be completed wlthla ten day from date of aale, and passe ger will be permitted to start on any day that will enable them to reach des tination within the ten days limit. Re turn limit ninety day, but not lat?r limn I.-c ;it, 2301. For full Information a to rate and routes call on Ageat Southern Paclfla Co. at Oregon City, Oregon.