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CZZZZ'j . DAILY JCUr.IJAL, rZT.ZL.'.l'.D. TIIUHZDAY vEVTrillJO, AUGUST 18, 1800.
W. R. C. Welcomed to Minneap-
. nlia With Saint anH
' s' t Flag Drills. V,
- - - j .t 7
SPIRITED CONTEST ON 7
FOR THE PRESIDENCY
Over Five Tfioueand Spent Among
; Refugee in San Francisco, Mak
Ing Total of Three Million Spent
Sine 'Organiation "'V'-TtTT
-V - (Journal Special Scrvloe.i '
Minneapolis, Aug. 1. The annual
1 convention of the Woman' Relief Corpi
'..met at lv o clock this momma In Wes
ley M. E. church, Mr. President Adam
1 of Nebraska presiding. Tlv exercises
. were opened with salines, nag drills and
tableaux-In the curriculum of-patrlollo
teaching. The opening; seaslon was de
voted to welcome addreeeea, responses
and to the hearing of the annual re
ports of the national offloers.
The total membership, at the present
time, according to the reports. Is 1Z,
11. The total number of corps Is
1,141. The' amount of cash expended In
relief during- the year waa &I,7K Una
thousand dollars was expended for the
southern memorial fund; and 10,112 was
donated to the Ban Francisco sufferers.
The total amount, expended since the
: society's organisation - now exceeds
13.000,000. . , .,, j ' . -
Regarding the progress of patriotic
Instruction, the president. In her annual
address, said: t . . . .. ,
- "All through the year from every da
partment have come good tidings of Cie
patrlotlo work. The demand for patrtotlo
' literature and flags far surpasses . our
limit of expenditures and In the south
I find great opportunities, and. despite
oertam unpleasant circumstances, I am
' greatly enoouraged by the friendly spirit
of loyalty found In many aectlone. That
the heart of the 'New South' is throb
bing with right Impulses Is shown by
. the desire la keep, step with the prog'
ress of the tlmee In educational mat
tare. In connection with this 1 .wish
to apeak of the lack of school In the
mountainous region where the children
of those peculiar people should be
; taught those branches which would en
- able them to be intelligent, respected
oltlsens, and where they might also
learn to reverence Ola Glory- and to
know what It represents. , During the
civil war these mountaineers were the
' friends of our "boys In blue,' and today
.their children are calling to us to re
lease them from the bondage of Ignor
ance. Shall we turn a deaf ear to their
piteous appeal T" -
A spirited contest te en for the presl
dener of tha Woman's Relief Corns.
. The leading candidates are Mrs. Mary
L. Olliman of Massachusetts, Mrs. Clara
R. Bparklln of Missouri,, and Mr. Kate
XL Jones of New York.
. The Ladles of the O. A. R. met In the
, First Baptist church thle morning, with
the president. Mrs. Ruth B. Foots of
Denver. In the chair. " The opening ses
sion was also devoted to hearing an
nual reports, which showed Increased
membership And good conditions gener
The Daughters of Veterans met in
convention In Knights of Pythias hall.
Tonight the Daughters have arranged
to give a large reception In honor of
Commander-in-Chief Tanner of the a.
A, R. .,, . i .;. (.-..., , i."TT". . :
BEGIN RESTORATION OF '
; WESTMINSTER ABBEY
: "V -
(Joaraal Special Servtee.i
London, Aug. l(. An extensive work
. of restoration ha been commenced at
Westminster Abbey, the authorities
having decided to spend no less than
. f 100,000 In repairing the north tran
aept of the historic structure. - The need
for overhauling some of the stonework
has long been apparent, but the matter
wee not until recently considered urg
ent It ha been suggested that the vi
bration caused by motor trafflo has had
serious effects on the Abbey fabric but
this is denied on the authority of Canon
Duckworth. It I the London atmos
phere, deadly to buildings, publlo and
private, sacred and secular, that I to
blame, and it. has gradually deteriorated
the northern quarter of the Abbey walla
to such a degree that the work of res
toration had to be undertaken without
delay. . ' . "; " . : ,
CONTRACTS FOR ASYLUM
, .'Special Dispatch te The Joaraal.)
Salem, Or, Aug. It.- Contracts for
Improvements and additions to the main
building of the state lneane asylum and
for painting the roof were awarded to
Charles A. Gray of Salem for 127,011.
Tha contract for building improvement
and. repair was let for 111,111, and for
painting and cement painting for 110,
01. The latter Includes the painting
of 'the physicians' cottages. Rasmus
sen aY Co. of Portland received the con
tract for. furnishing the mixed paint at
11. OS per gallon. The board discovered
that the amount of the lowest bids ex
ceeded the appropriations, and it was
necessary to cut out one proposed new
lavatory and the completion of ', the
quarantine station, u v..' ,' :
To Oppose Congressmen nemtt, .
IJoarosI Special Barrio.) '
' Bristol, Va- Aug. If. The Democrat
of the ninth district are holding a con
vention here today to decide upon a
, candidate to : oppose' Representative
Campbell Slemp, tha only Republican
member of the Virginia delegation' In
congress. From present Indications the
honor will go to Judge Duncan of Lee
- Vasoova Band OoaalsgV .
- (Joaraal H portal Berrlee.l
' London. Aug. 10. The bend ff .the
Second Life Guards sails for Quebec
today on- the steamship Canada. The
organisation of mualclans. which la one
of the most famous military banda In
the kingdom, has bean engaged to ap
pear at the forthcoming . exhibition in
Render the bile more fluid 'and thus
helps the blood to flow; It alforde
prompt relief from biliousness, indi
gestion, sick and nervous headaches,
and overindulgence In food and drink.
O. U CsldwelU Agt. M. K. r T. R. R.,
Cheooteh, Ind. Ter., writes, April It: "I
wss sick for over two years with en
largement of the liver end spleen. Th4
doctors did me no good and I had to
- give up all hope of being eured, when
my aruggisi aavisea me iu uwm neroine.
11 nmm mMi .wuiiw . www.
Woods rd. Clarke A Co
John D. Rockefeller About
Dopartment Commanders In
dorse the .' Utterances of 5
Corporal Tanner. : ;
ABOLISHMENT IS BJLOW - :
; ; AT. REAL TEMPERANCE
Declare That Soldiers' Homes Should
Sell Liquor V to Inmates Rather
Than Fores Them to Pnrchate It
Ontaids. ' ;
- (Waahlngtoa Boreas ef The Jeuraal.) -Washington.
D. C Aug. SUff of
ficers and department commander of
the Q. A. R. by a large majority Indorse
the uterancea of ("Corporal"- Tanner.
commander-in-chief, that the paeeage by
congress of an act abolishing canteens
from national- soldiers' homee after nest
March waa unwise and a blow at real
temperance, bealde a restriction of the
personal liberties of veterana . of the
civil war that ought to be resented.
A number of prominent officials of
the organisation intend to bring the
matter before the national encampment,
now In aeeelon at Minneapolis. The
resolutions censuring congress and de
manding that the old soldier be treated
aa able to care -for himself will bring on
a hot fight, as there are k number of of
ficials who will approve the work of
congress. . ' .'
Tenner natames. . -
After the Interview with Commander-
in-Chief Tanner appeared in the newspa
per a, lettere were sent to each staff
officer and departmental -commander
aaklng his views on the question. Of
about 10 answers that have been' re
ceived 10 are strong In their approval of
the attitude of the oommander-ln-chlef,
five favor the abolition of the canteen
and five are noncommittal. .
Weatern department commanders are
practically a unanlmou for the restora
tion of the canteen, both In the regular
army and soldiers" homes, as thslr com
rades in the east. Hamer Butcllffe, de
partment commander of Portland, Ore
gon, writes: -."! am very much tn faVor
of the canteen. Living within six miles
of a large army poet. I know the differ
ence between there being a canteen and
no canteen, and sincerely hope that con
gress will listen to the reports of regu
lar army officers on that subject, and
not to impracticable persons with A
dogma." ' .. ,.
. Wert WanM Oaateen.'
James H. Crelghton,' department com
mander of Arlsona, Bays that he is a
tsmperance man, and regards tha use
of liquor a violous, "but as I know ths
habits of unemployed soldiers, I know
they will , have liquor, and I am thor
oughly, oonvlncad that It. la better for
them to gat it at a place- under the con
trol of their officers and-within their
own campe than elsewhere. I there
fore believe In tha army canteen." ' '
William C Allberger, department com
mander of California, take this view:
"I em strongly In favor of the canteen,
having had conaiderable opportunity to
see Its benefits In service, and at our
veterana' homea In this state. I Indorse
every word that our commander-in-chief
baa aald." , . ,
, Taken Anniversary. ' .
i (Jesraal Special Servlee.l
BeattAe, Aug. .!. This date le a
notable one In the history ef Alaska
and Ita recent development and doubt
less 1 being fittingly observed today
In the northern territory. It' waa on
thl day 10 yeare ago .that Skookum
Jim washed out his famous pan on
Rabbit creek," whose- result wss ths
bringing of thousands of people to the
Tnknn country land enriching the world
Ml ill0.VQO.00f U COM
to Shake Hands With a ViaitonV 7
TO HOLD REUf
Hi LOG CABIN
Pionaers Erect Building at Til
; lamook In Which to Enter-
tain Their Associates. I
WILL BE FURNISHEP IN .
r STYLE OF EARLY DAYS
Not a Nan WCl Be Used and Every
, Article in House Will Have Been
Made in or Brought Into the State
ftrior to Tifty. ' V
(Special Dispatch te The Joarsal.)
Ttlalraook, Or.. Aug. William N,
Vaughn. Captain William D. SMUwtU.
H. Holdsn, George Randall and Wll
UantvJohnaon are building a log cabin
In whlcTt-to entertain their old associ
ates during the street fair and carnival
which la planned in this city for August
IS, 14 and IS.
."Their. Immediate descendants, chil
dren, grandchildren and great-grandchildren,
The proudest thing thsy have to Bay
le there Is not nor has ever been a
"black sheep" in the lot. All who hava
eome ef age are respected and useful
eitlsene of this and other states. ,
William N. Vaughn., born In New
Tork in 1111; emigrated to Oregon In
H. F. Holden, born In Massachusetts
In 1817; emigrated in litis came to
Oregon In 1144. - -
' George Randall, II years old, born In
Pennsylvania; came to Oregon In 1181.
. Captain Stlllwell, born In Ohio, came
to Oregon in 1144. f
The building will be II by SO con
structed without a nail In It. It will
be furnished . entirely - with articles
brought to or made In the etate prior
to 150. There will be tha- first rock
ing-chair ever made In Oregon, one of
four clock brought by the Hudson
Bay . eempany, a loom Snd spinning
wheel mads about A. D. 1141, old Kentucky-
rtflea that have their own death
records behind them, skillets, bake ovens
and primitive hand-forged tools. .
The fireplsoe le being built of sticks
and mud, a crans 10 years old will be
hung and on it a pot - which the . old
Moneere Intend shall be as full ef beana.
baoon and clama and aa free aa It waa In
their earlier day. -
The latch string will be hanging out,
and they have written to all ef their
few companlona to loin than. -
' It made but a scant muster roll, how
ever, when they east about for the liv
ing ones. 1 - - .
SHERIFF CLOSES THE : '
LID AT LONG BEACH
' (Bnecisf Dispatch to The Joornsl )
' Itwaco, Wash., Aug. 14. Sheriff Mc
Donald of Paclfio county ha put the ltd
on Long Beach and Nahcotta and I alt
ting on It. The sheriff started to close
the lid on Sunday and as a result A.
Stephenson and T. Camlman, hotel pro
prietor, and Jamea Petit of Nahcotta
will have to stand trial for selling liquor
on Sunday. The saloons In this town,
which, have been opened .for the past
' dalveetoa's Sea Well
makes life now is rafe In that cltv aa
on ths higher uplands. B. W. Goodloe,
who resides on button street. In Waco,
Tex., neede no aea wall for safety. Ha
writes: "t havs used Dr. King's Nsw
Discovery for Consumption the paat Ave
yeare and It keepe me well and nafe.
bofnre that time I had a cxtuah which
for yeers had been growing worse. Now
it s gone. turea inmnro vougns, i
Grippe,-Crmin, Whooping Cough 'end
Rrevente Pneumonia. Plessant to tske.
very bottle guaranteed at Skldmore
rirug t'o. a-nce eve ana blow, xriai
aaaaula isaey i - - ' ;
V (. : I! nul I
jrsvt try r.
Men Now Visiting the
Cltv Invited to Call.
' - Cin Pv.mlnollAn ' "
;X.:, Qiven Free. v ;
. It pays men to gt to the Dr. W.'Norton Davis company.' Their phy
slclsns are of the world's best specialists. iThay are knewn-ttrrmigh '
out the northwest to be reltaltle, ITonest, upright physicians and surgeona
Quick and lasting cures frnve established their reputation. Cured patlenta
' indorse them. .Grateful men recommend them. '
' Call nt Once If You-Are In Trouble j ;
KSaT Young and middle-aged men who have Injured themselves In -body
snd mind, with weak back, falling strength, eunken cheeks, hollow
eyes, bad habits, dissipation, poor memory. -
Over 50 Per Cent of Our Patients Have Been y
Cured for $10 and Many Only $3 During the
r Past 17 Years in This City We Give the
; Best Treatment at the Lowest Prices.
I We are always willing to arrange terms to suit. You can par by the
visit, by the week or by the month, and we give liberal discount for cash.
Remember, our charges are the lowest and most reasonable In the city,
and you get the very best treatment. , Call and find out about your case
at once: If will be the happiest day of your life. Consultation free.
r TABIOOU TXUTI, wormy veins, varicocele, reduced and cured with
out cutting. No pain- Rupturet hydrocele and pllee cured without op
eration. Consult us free and And Out how we cure without the knife.
Our price for s cure is the chespest In the northwest. ,
CnOaUO skin dlsesses. ecsema, ulcers, sores, piles, constipation. Itch
ing, -heart. Kidneys, uver, atnmacn,
mi af Sawa ISea Vlattln tka Olfr
and maybe you can be cured before
be curefl in one or two or more visits.
W.BITB P.nnl. who live In outside tnmns and in the country who
cannot call should write for consultation, and advice, free. a. Many cases
have been cured by home treatment. j .
Our new treatment hsa cured 0,000 others ane will cure you. " Come
to ue end you will alwaye remember.lt as tbs moat Important tranac-
. tlon of your life. : If you can't call, send -for-our free symptom blank. ,
We will tell you If you are afflicted. Consultation free.
, If yon live eat ef the olty, eosae foe one visit yew eaa go back en
' the next train. . .
; You Need Not Pay Until You Are Cured
Should you desire, you' mey deposit the fee with any bank or bust-'
nesa houss in Portland, to bs paid to ua after you have been restored to
health. ; . . ,.: v. .. ,;, sry.-
Ofllce hours I a. m. to 8 p. m.i 8und.ayaand holidays, 14 a. m. to.U m.
DR. W. NORTON DAVIS i CO.
Leading SpeoiaUsts U the irorthwest. BsvasUshed latt.
TA MOT KOTBL, 51 H TMXMD ST, OOkaTZB TOTS, POmTXAaTO, OB.
fle Core Men for 12.5ft
If you have violated the laws of health and are cdhietou of a constant
drain which la undermining your system, corns to us before you become a
nervous and physical wreck. If you are weak, gloomy and despondent, have
bad dreams, depressed. lack ambition end energy, unable to concentrate
your thoughts, lack vrm, vigor and vitality, come to Us at once: our treat
ment will stop all drains and overcome all weaknesses and positively re
store yoa to strength and health. We have cured thousands of weak men.
, ', t i ...
We want every man In the country who Is
afflicted to write us about his ailment,
We cure you at home. One visit
. : only required to oiir office,
Special Disease Newly contracted and chronio cases cured. All burn
ing Itching and inflammation atopped In 14 hours; cures effected In seven
day.' W ewer the entire Seld ef special and ahronle, deep seated, compli
cated diseases. ,
Writ If you cannot 'call. All correspondence strictly confidential and
all replies Beni' In plain envelope. No names, oases, letter or photogrsphs
of patients published or exposed.
' W charge f eure only. ' We do not expect pey for cur Services un
ices we cure a patient sound and well, so that he will be entirety satisfied,
and will never again hava to be treated for the same, trouble. laves ttgat
end lamrn that ear word to as good en bond. Oar gnaaelal steading la
eollA and our long esperianee la treatlag apodal Sieeaaea of men Insures yen
ef saodern, ecleatlflo treatment that will aooompnsh a emre.
Hour a. m. to p. p.; Evenings. 7 to I; Sunday, I a. m. to It noon.
oomsma sboobt avb ta
month, were tightly closed .on Sundsy,
for on Saturday night they learned that
Sheriff McDonald waa In earneet, even
If the time for hi reelection waa at
hand. The action of the sheriff In clos
ing the saloons on Sunday haa met with
popular approval and it la believed he
will be reelected by a large majority.
TRIED TO PURCHASE v
VOTE FOR PRIMARY
; .,''; ' .. .. ,.,..'
' (Jearaal Special Servlee.) -
fl-o Angeles. Cel., Aug. II. A war
rant was sworn out yesterday by Hsrry C.
Cerr, a newspaper reporter, and George
Herri man,-a newspaper artist, for the
arrest of Deputy Sheriff II. O. Vlgnes.
charging him with an attempt to buy
votea. It la alleged that Vlgnea of
fered Carr II for a vote at the prima
ries yeeterday for delegates favorable
to the candidacy of Sheriff Will White.
White denouncea the proceeding. , . -
Oaehall Sleta Ooavsatioa. -
(gpeeMl lUapsteh te Tue-JearnsLI
Chehalla, Waah., Aug. 14. The exec
utive committee of the Lewie county
Republican central committee met here
yeatarday. On account of his duties aa
state Are warden. Chairman Welty waa
unable to be present. Secretary Grant
Cot lerlll of Centralis and Messrs, J. A.
Taylor of Agate, J. C. Buah of Clag
nato, r. J. Sanger of Coal Creek, R. U
Calvin of Toledo and-B. W. Corner of
Neelka were. In attendance. Chehalla
waa selected e the place for the com
ing county convention, and Saturday,
September I, wae chosen aa the date
for the primaries. The convention will
be held Saturday, September II. The
vote -ast two yeara ago for Hon. Trea
cle W. Cuahman for congress was
caoien as the bails (or the apportion-
r m. s m j. .
catarrn, rneumausm. pains.
'nnsul t us at once unon arrival
returning home. Many cases can
consultation ana aavice ires.
AND WE TREAT MEN ONLY
BSTASXISKBO SS ISAM XST POBTXABTD.
W&1 WXLXi TBBAT AJTT SXaTOU, UBOO1CP1J0ATXD
; ATXKasrr rom tis-so.
ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE, NO PAY
' A LIFE-LONd CURB FOR
Bleed roiaoa, Skin OUeaaas, Sores, Tleera, Stricture,
Tartooeela, Xydrooele, aTerrone Decline, Wsakaeae,
PUee or OhioBia Slseases of the SUdaeye and Pro state.
-REST BY 25
' For Stomach end
Bowel troubles, Uv
er end Kidneys, snd
an diseases due to Im
pure blood or weak
nerves - Small site
(tablet!) 25c. large
sire, fl 00. At Drug
gists' (in black boxrat
tl not send fcx FREE
trial box to
V R.H'a Native'
Cohnnaws. Ufctat e
Sea rrerlere Cel.
For 30 Days Only
II.0O Gold Crown.,, fS.OO
11.00 Gold Crown. S3. 50
110.00 Platea 5.00
111.00 PUtee ......fT.au
rilllnga, up from ,Z&f
Work aaranleeeV -
Boston Dental Parlors
S1H Btorrtsoa BV, On. S. O. and
Stales B Frank,
tnent ef delegates, and there will be
about lift delegatee In Ahe convention. ''. :
Baafe Wrecker Bead. ,
" Boston. Aug. H.Oenrel Cherles
Cole, who eerved a 4ertn In prison for
wrecking the Olobe National bank while
Ua firesl4at U aa
Center Line Steamers
THK rTXCTJRSIOM STBAMKR "BAILEf
OATZERT" makes round trips to CAS
CADE LOCKS every Sunday, leaving
PORTLAND at a. m.. rsturnlng. ar-
' rives p. m.
i Dally service between Portland end
i ne uaues excapv .unur,
land at 1 a. m. arriving about i p. m.,
carrying freight aaj passsngera. Splen
did accommodatlone , for outnte anil
Dock foot of Alder street. Portlsnd;
foot of Court streeu The Dalle. Phone
Main I H. Portlan L , . ? ' :
raateet an hi.te r -.the
enlj steamboat making a round trl
... y , . ; , . BAXmT ..
"'"Jneept Sunday' Between
PORTLAND and ASTORIA
' An WAT POIsTTS
r.eave Portlsnd........ 'J9 m-
Arrive Astoria i .......... ..1 P- m.
Ijart Astoria.,.. P- m.
Arrive Portlsnd. ............ .0:05 p. m.
M..I.S SKP.VKD A LA CARTE
Pcrtlasd Xandtng, Aide Street Soak.
Astoria IVandlag. OaUsade Bock.
R' B. BCOTT. Agent. Phone tiain
FAST AND POPVLAB ITIAallHIPl
' ,: "' '"". Iste Seattle..; ,';.
jyryiMow,M Asrt I. '
"DOLtKIM," Aagast 11.- .
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Kstcliltas. , Joneso. DmiglM. Hlas.
, CnaaMs wits W. P. A T. reete ter
, , Atlla. Dawaaa. Tssssa. Mosm, ete.
i Per-AH Ssatkeestera Alaska Pern.
Call or arnd for Trip te tVoeaerfnl Alaska."
Isdlin Baskslrjr," "Totfis Polefc" .
! tkx aiaka a. s. co. .
"frank Weelas C.. Areata.
inl . Oak el.-- r PoctUnd. Of.
North Pacific S. X Co.'s
Popular S. S. RoanoRe
2,500 tons, the only first class
steamship carrying passengers to
an r rancisco, Los Angeles and
Eureka. Sails Thursdayf August
16, August 30, September 13, 8
p. m., from Columbia dock No. 1.
Ticket Office 132 Third, near Al
der. ; Phone Main 1314.
If. .YOUNG, Agent.
SOVTRXASTUS ALASKA S017TE.
iron sattle at S s. sa.
for Krtrhlkaa. luaeaa. Rkas
war, White- Horse, Dawsos
S. I. City of Seattle. Aag
ast 10. 10. 0.
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R. S. Cettsge Cltr (via
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Renafnp about Aursat IT.
to a babt raAgciioo Diaxor.
Proa HraUU at a. si City et Faeblo,
FerUaaA Office, ttl Waaklaetea St., Mala Its.
e. m. ui, rasa, . agi.
C. D. OUNAN.S..O. P. A.. Saa rraertse.-
TO SIW TOBK A STB BOSTOB ASK
. .- AJTT TIOXIT ABV. - .-
; PortlsnrTs '
Widely ( Known
Bla lasmoe reawdlee. the iBsredleats et
hlrb we Import direct fro si the Orleat ta
large seantlUes esd srepsre sad est ap for
see la his ap-te-date labstorr. He swrrwrr,
poleons or drags t sar . kiad eaeaV Parelr
The Dorter treats seeeeaafellr and gsaranteee
to ear all stomsra traebles. catarrh. aatha.
rnng. thrmt. rbeamstlaai. ssrvueasesa. liver,
kMnef sad bwt manhood.
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He fahM er Blslesdlng ststesieste to the
sfl'eted. A safe sad lastlsg enre la tb ealeh
st possible tine snd st the leaaet east sea.
Slhle for benrat rrstaiBt.
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Dr. Sanderaoh's Compound
Bnvln and Cotton Root Pill
The beat and only reliable
remedy for : Delayed Ve
rt ode. Cures ths moat ob
stinate esses in I to 1 dare. Price It
per box. mailed In plain wrapper, . Ad
dress T. J. PIERCE, M. D. Ill first
street, corner Yamhill. Portland.
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Aarrsat Mm M ataaeog it.
-Trains Id the East Dally1
r.iiMi vvawiarej mmm vssnsv imp
"-ears eallr to Oauka. CMeen. SsaMt
SO aleeoingart Saliy to iaaaas txtf.
JnWfc reclining; rhak-cars (aauv-teel..ea
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Blparls. Wjinb., strainers lkse ana LesrH.
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" Sstareay. Arrive Ian
Tleke fn.. TTitre e4 Wah:acet eta.
T-' Mat T11
ft W. mnotB. City Ticket Aaeat. , -Wa.
MeUDRRAT. Renersl Paasessse Aaest 1
rba iv-pot "'Uave.,', ..' Arsrte.
Overlsnd Kxpress-Tratae . v . . ' '
for Is lew. BosHMrg. Aab - ' T Z"
laad. aTasjHate. OtArm. ' "-.-'V,' '
Jaa Prsartacav Staektoa ",
T Anselea, SI Paso.
New Orleana snd the esat I:S psi .,S:IS pat :
Morntne trsis enotteete at
Womthars dsllr escept '
nadsr ertth train foe ' ''.
Moest Anerl. Sllvertoe, '
Rresmsville. . enH-isAelA '
Wendllag and Katroa.... S:M as) T:J ssi
KaaBe nssst-neer env -. .. . -'. i - :x
sects st Wnavtburs with '. , 1
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oa fctesl... 4;in esj : W:f& tn 1
rorrnllla nesseeeer....... T:Si am - as '
eherldae nsasenser 4SjOpm ' sm
Pot Ororo nrafM-.. !: eat ' IH: am
sPPBRMDK4rrSPrr STATtfMI. '
Per Dallas snd Intermediate points dallv Ttft
a. si. and p. sa. Arrive Pertlaad lO'.lB
a. m. snd 1:80 p. as.
roe rime aa. ee'd er mirage sniirreaa tratss
aprlr at Cltr Ticket Office, ar at tine,
Tleksts te Rasters pnlnts ssd Knreajsi h
Isnan. Oitnr. neh)bi snd Ana trail a.
Cltr Ticket Of See enrnce Ttilrd tad Weea.
tngtm street. Phea Main Til.
a W. STTNOsiR. Wm. McrnSSAT.
Cttf Ticket gst. - . era. Pssa. Asat '-""
rbehalTs. Centralis. Olrm-
- - ainua.i . -
its Orar's Harbor. Bonth
Iced. Tseoms. I
kaae. liewmtea. Bntt. HI!- ' . .
Hngs, TVs rcr. Omaha. Kaa-
sss Cltr. St.. Uem sa '
ftnrtk Cnsst Limited. le ...
trie lighted, fee Tseoma
geattle. Spoksae. Bat, '
Mlnncsenlls Ot. Pssl sod '
the Baf dsllr ........... S:0B
Pnset Roand Mmtted. ter
rlareaont. Chehalla. Cn--
trails, Tscoeaa and Seattle ..'''-''
eel, dallr vi." : SJ
Twla Clt Psnreto fee Ta. .. -wma.
R.lcee. Bett. St. PsnU . .
MlsseancMs. Lracola. at . - f -
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cease ef csra. Weeet eim- ...
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A. D. CHARTTO. AaaWtast Oaasral Ps
searer Agest. tSB Merrlnse street, eseaer Thsrd,
Astoria & Columbia ;
River Railroad Co.
Par Ms7grs, astaler. Cists.
ksni. wcsrpsei. (.urine,
Aatorls. WimiM. ria. . . ' ,
l, Hammned. Pct it-
ens. 0rbart Park. Beaslde. I -OB am It.- aa
Aaanrla and lasahsts, s.
dsllr Tifstea SaWea
PorttaedBcsstd PTr" Setordep aatp-.
Irirra PnrtLind 1:1 p. a. .
An teals dattv, "
t. C at a TO. O. P. sod P. A.. Aston, Or.
C. A STIWABT, Commercial Ageat, Stt
Aider street, Pbeae Mala Bud.
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TNC COMPOrTTASIX WAY.
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'Tbe Orleatal Limit, ta Paat BU
VIA SBATTLB A WO gPOKAWa,
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'' Leers.. Afrt.
Porflaad tlm icbcdtils f .
T ssd from Spoksne, . . -
t. Past . Minneapolis.
tmlath sad all petals , '
Cast via Seattle I'ssa twie
Th sad ft nm St. .Psel.
Mlnse nolle. Delntb 'V ,
end sll potato Bast
ta gpoksee S-ISpm B-eeesx
Sreat Bertben StaamUtp. Oe,
eMtnag fram ttl far Jape ssd
Chlas ports ssd at a an. esrrUg pae
eerrs aed fedght.
, 8. S. Tmketa. Septmahw I. ' -
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sippow vvaaa kauh
llapen Mall BtMawntp ra.,
. (. To Mara will sail from
Seattle Shoal Anitl II fe Japaa ssd
China parts, earrrla psaaasr aed
'""per tickets, rets, 'berth- lessrse
tlesm. et.. eH ea atdrae
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