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fHifi DAILY ASTOBIAN, ASTORIA, THURSDAY MORNING, .MAR.CH 9. 113
OUB - DAILY MARINE
The American bark Olympic took out
coasting papers at the custom house
and so evaded payment of pilotage
The American ship Reaper, 123 days
from New York, for this port, arrived
In yesterday afternoon. She has a gen
eral cargo and will have -to lighter.
The fishing schooner Surprise came
In from the banks yesterday with a
load of various kinds of deep sea flan.
The schooner J. B. Leeds finished
loading with lumber yesterday and left
for San Francisco. She carries 370,000
The American bark Olympic came
down from Portland yesterday lrt bal
last and went to Port Townsend In
tow of the Wallowa.
It is now the current opinion among
shipping men that the bark Cowlitz has
been given up for lost. She was owned
by the Port Gamble Mill Company, and
was loaded at their mills for San Fran
cisco. The vessel left the Sound during
the very worst part of the gales' which
did so much damage to shipping on the
Sound. It is now scarcely doubted by
anyone that the vessel reported upside
down oft Cape Flattery the latter part
of January was none other than the
Cowlitz. The last time the wreck was
reported was on February 3d, 40 miles
south-southwest of the cope, by the
bark Oakland. Those ,' who went In
search of the derelict a few days after
ward could find no trace of it, and it
was Inferred that the wreck drifted
northwest and soon got outside the
beaten track of Incoming or outgoing
shipping. Captain Hansen, of the Cow
litz, was a well-known mariner and
has been a long time on the coast.
Hiate Collins has only been on the coast
for a couple of years. Five or sis of
the seamen were shipped (from Seattle.
Before Judge Deady in the United
States district court yesterday, says
the Oregonian, exceptions t6 the an
swer of Anna C. Larson, Malvlna Short
and Sven Anderson, In the case against
the barge Columbia .for damages, were
argued and submitted. The barge Co
lumbia, owned by the Union Pacins
Company, was accidentally sunk at
the wharf In Astoria. Captain Short
and John Peterson were drowned, and
this suit is brought to recover dam
ages on this account. The question
ralBe is substantially that the accident
occurred without the knowledge or
privity of the owners of the barge, and
that therefore they may surrender the
offending vessel and thus clear them
selves of further liability. This Is
claimed under the provisions of the
law passed by congress in 1861, for the
encouragement of commerce, to limit
the liability of shipowners, and which
provides that the owners of a vessel
cannot be held responsible for any
damages caused byi the vessel beyond
their Interest In the vessel. Another
Interesting opinion arises in the case
which has never been decided. The
common law is that the owner of a ves
sel Impliedly warrants her to be sea.
worthy, or fit for business The ques.
tlun to be decided Is, Does the owner
In this case Impliedly warrant tht
barge to be seaworthy? If so he Ib llu
ble. Parties Interested In shipping will
watch for the decision in thlB case Willi
Seattle Harbor Master Jelich's report
for February has . been made out.
There were fifteen) deep-water steam-
ers with a measurement of 18,502 tons,
' and. twelve sailing vessels with a ton
nage of 7014. Merchandise from out
side ports amounted o 4650 tons, and
exports amounted to 14,585 tons. The
lumber shipped amounted to 1,430,000
feet. Owing to the snow blockade and
rough weather outside, shipping wns
comparatively light for the month,
The new tender Columbine," which Is
assigned to this district, is getting
ready for her work here, and will make
the spring run to the stations In Alas
ka waters. Second Officer Letghton, of
the Manzantta will be transferred to
the Columbine, promoted to first offic
er. H. C. Lord, formerly of the Manza-
nlta, will be chief engineer.
The bark Germanla, with 1400 tons of
Plak Llamand coal, went to sea from
Seattle yesterday afternoon In tow of
the tug Tyee.
At 7 o'clock yesterday morning, says
the Oregonian, the four-masted bark
Olymplo started down for Astoria In
tow of the Ocklahama, and at 5 o'clock
Inst evening reached her destination
Aside from the fact that she made a
very good run, the Incident would have
hardly excited comment but for the
fact that she made the trip without the
aid of a pilot. This was such an un
usual occurrence that It created no
little talk In Bhlpplng circles. The
Olymplo Is bound for Port Blakely,
where she loads lumber for New York,
As Bhe came Into port before the new
pilot law was enacted, Captain Qlbbs,
her master, applied to the Union Pa
clflo company for a reduction of the
present towage charges to make the
cost what It would have been under
the old law. The company would make
no reduction, but offered to do the
next best thing take the ship down at
Its own rlBk without a pilot. Mr. Cot
ton, the attorney of the company, In
formed Captain that such action would
be legal, as the Olympic, being an
American vessel and clearing from one
for another American port, was rated
as a coaster, and did not require a
pilot. The ship went down light, draw
ing 10 feet, and the master of the tow
boat had no trouble In taking her safe
ly through the channel. This m"ov of
Captain Qlbbs did not altogether please
the river pilots, but It appears that
they did not speak the vessel,-and the
skipper was not obliged to engage
them. Captain 01bb was still In the
city lost night, his vessel being 'in
charge of the first officer. From As
toria to the Sound, the ship will be
towed by the tug Wallowa, and Cap
tain John. O'Brien, of whaleback fame,
will do the piloting.
FROM THENATIONAL CAPITAL.
Comparisons of Expenditures as Esti
mated for Political Purpose.
Washington, March 8. -The contro
troversy as to the comparative expen
ditures of the "bllllon-dollar congress"
and the last one Is still on, and though
the clerks of the committee on appro
priations of the two houses have com
pleted their statements, they do not
agree. The senate committee confines
Itself to absolute appropriations made,
while the house committee in the total
appropriations of the "bllllon-dojlar
congress," Includes what are known as
Indefinite appropriations, made neces
sary, it is claimed, by the legislation of
. Allison, chairman of the senate com
mittee, has prepared a statement that
shows that the appropriations for the
Fifty-first congress amounted to $983,
417,182, and the appropriations of the
congress Just ended, $1,026,822,047. This
shows an Increase of appropriations by
the lastcongress over the republican
congress of $43,404,865.
Holman, chairman of the house com
mittee, shows that the appropriations
of the Fiftyflrst congress ggregated
$1,035,686,921, and those of the Fiftysec
ond congress' amount to $1,025,822,029,
or $8,802,872 less than those of the Fif
tyflrst congress. Holman will present
a statement of the appropriations made
by the Fiftysecond congress as charged
against It under permanent appropria
tions, In accordance with the require
ments of the law enacted by the Fifty
first congress. This includes sums ag
gregating in all, $164,172,040.
JAS, a7OLIVER SUICIDES.
Tacoma, Wash., March 8. James G.
Oliver, aged 68 years, a tool maker by
trade, committed suicide this morning
by shooting himself through the
mouth. Deceased had a wife and fami
ly in Wichita, Kansas, and it Is onjy
about a week since he returned from
visiting them. When he arrived at
home a letter awaited him informing
him of the death of his father and he
has been despondent ever since.
A RAILROAD STRIKE.
Detroit. March 8. The engineers
and firemen on the Toleda, Ann Arbor
and North Michigan road struck this
morning In obedlance to Chief Arthur's
orders. The road Is tied up. Most of
the new men have Joined the strikers.
NEW NATIONAL PARTY WANTED.
Pittsburg. March 8. A call has been
Issued for a conference In this city on
the 16th Instant, of prohibitionists,
woman suffraglstB, and others Interest
ed in a general reform of the govern-
ment to organize a new national party
Washington, March 8. Semi-official
insurance Is grlven that ex-Governor
Isaao P. Gray of Indiana, will be given
the Mexican mission, and Patrick
Collins of Massachusetts, will be made
consul general at London.
AN AO ED MASON.
Portland, March 8. AVUllam Gard
ner, who died In this city yesterday at
the age of 96, was undoubtedly the old
est Mason In the United States. He
was made a Mason In Scotland In 1816.
BILL DALTON SENTENCED.
Independence, Ks., March 8. Bill
Dalton Is sentenced to Imprisonment
for life on a plea of guilty of murder
In the second degree, for his part la
the Coffeyvllle battle last fall.
A RECEIVER WANTED.
Indianapolis, Ind., March 8. An ap
plication for a receiver for the Louis
ville and New Albany and Chicago
Railroad, Monon route, was filed In the
superior court today.
ECKERT IS' PRESIDENT, W. U. T,
New York, March 8. General Thom
as T. Eckert was today chosen presi
dent and general manager of the West
ern Union Telegraphic Company.
GERMAN" EXHIBIT ARRIVED.
Baltimore. Mitrch 8. The steamer
Plckhuten, from Hamburg hns arrived
with the German government's exhibit
for the World's Fair.
THE AUSTRALIAN BALLOT.
Springfield, 111., March 8. The sen
ate has passed a bill for a coupon bal
lot under the Australian law.
THE PRINCESS ARRIVES.
Washington. March 8. Princess Ka
tulanl and party arrived In Washington
These figures represent the number
of bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
which were sold In the United States
from March, 1891, to March, 1892. Two
million, two hundred and twenty-eight
thousand, six hundred and seventy-two
bottles sold in one year, and each and
every bottle was sold on guarantee
that money would do renin uea u sat
isfactory results did not follow Its use
The secret of its success is plain. It
never disappoints and can always be
depended on as the very best remedy
for Concha and Colds, ets. Price 50c.
and $100. At Chas. Rogers, drugstore.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
TOm taby was sick, gara her Castor!,
ffaea the was a Child, the cried tor Castoria,
Vhen aba bome Kiss, th clunt to Castoria,
fhs she had Cfclldrvn. ah fa them. Cast or It
R. W. Kuykendall. th undertaker, em-
balmer and funeral director, has his par
lor in th Welch block. No. 718, Water
street Call up telephone No. 7.
STRENGTH AND HEALTH.
If you are' not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "la
grippe" has left you weak and weary,
use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts
directly on liver, stomach, and kid
neys, gently aiding those organs to
preform their functions. If you are
afflicted with sick headache, you will
find speedy and permanent relief by
taking Electrio Bitters. -One trial will
convince you that this Is the remedy
you need. Large bottles only 50c. at
Charles Roger's drug store.
Use Zlnfandel wine Intead of coffee or
tea. W cents per gallon. Dont forgret
Peach and apricot brandy, also French
Cognac and wine at Alex. Gilbert's.
Call at the Albatross Fish Market for
fresh smelts dally.
Bur.klen's rnlca Halve.
The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, plcers. salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptlonB, and positive
ly cures piles, or no pay required. It
Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by Chas. Rogers, suc
cessor to J. C. Dement
The pubUe U
tions and counter
feits of Dr.PIerce's
are sold at less
prices by dealers
not authorized to
ell the genuine medicines.
To prevent deception and fraud, these
genuine medicines are sold only through
druggists, authorized as agents, and always
at these long-established prices :
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery (the
remedy for all dixeascs arising from a torpid
liver or impure blood), $1.00 per bottle. I)r.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription (the remedy
for woman's chronic weaknesses and de
rangements). $1.00 per bottle. Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets (the original and best Liver
Pills), 25 cents per vial. Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy, 50 cents per bottle.
The genuine medicines can be Bold only
at these prices. But the important point ia
this : the genuine medicines cost you noth
ing, unless they help you. They're guaran
teed in every case to benefit or cure, or tht
money is returned.
You pay only for the good you get
A new and complete treatment, consisting ol
lmnnuttorii-K. fiiii!.m.-nL In cansules. also 1"
box and pills; a positive cure I t e-temal,ln
txrnul blind or bleeilinir. ltchlnir. chronic.
recent or heredltar. plies, aud many other
diseases and female weaknesses; ll Is alwavs a
groat benefit to the ttonerai nann. mo nrsi
Siscnverv of a medical cure rendering an oper-
Hon with the knife unnecessary lion after
This remedy has never be- n known to fa'l.
jl pur box, 6 for 5; sent by mail. Why suffer
from this terrible disease when a written guar
antee Is eiven with 6 boxes, to refund the
money II not curea. nenu stamps i- r irer
ynmnln. (inarantee issued bv Woodward
Clark & Co., Wholesale and Retail Druggists
Hole Agents Portland, ur. nor saie uy j. n
Cuiid. Astoria Oregon.
q For the millions ot consumers of Q
eTnit's Pills, o
BS It elves Ir. THtt plensnro to an- A
' nomine that lie is now putting up a
O TINY LIVER Pill O
-which Is oroxeeetllngly small size, a
rit ri'tiiinlngall the virtues of the r
larger omw. CI uai-anteed purely
(f vcgi tflhle. IJotlisiiosurtlicse pills Q
" ore still 1-wuml. The e.act size of
OTUTT'S TINY LIVER PILLS Q
Is shown in the bonier of this "ad."
THE CHILDREN LIKE IT.
When a ohlld, mottisr Suva me onion syrup for
Coughs. Colds and Croup, in turn I give it to my lit
tlaonaa. There is nothing so simple, safe and sure.
Dr. Ounn"s Onion Syrup is as harmless and pleas
ant to the taste as honey. This Is a mother's horn
Remedy, why not try HP Sold t 60 oents. -
JETTON'S I P1' Cur
r H ft U'OK P'1.ES,
In uso uvi-r jilt VA.H1.M
kimilr. Hmm Him
tlry'nl. IWjfxnX testi
monies, ai druKHista,
or iiti.tlcl nit rtvejit of
piim 3it, per lux.
jWiitUlMMiN A, AOWN
I'rops., Jia tiiuure, Md.
Bon Ton Ton Restaurant in the Town
(Aud the Finest on the Coast.)
Dinner Parties, Banquets a Specials
Tas Flasst Wlaes and Liqsora.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO.,
WILLIAM WIlOJf, Vrop.
FEED - AND - SALE - STABLE
tlenerol Express and Delivery Business. .
Dfflce 110 oliier street. Hiahlt-s foot of Wtsl
Ninth st, Astoria. Telephone No. 44.
Wa c es a Specialty.
Silid and Plsted Silver Ware.
UMBRELLAS That ran be taken apart and
packed In trunks.
i Third Street. Astoria, Oregon.
T- relehateil Alnlns Safes koot In stock at
Ihe 47. Third St., Heat Kstat Otno. War
ranted as good as the best. Terms Tory ay
nr. u. hmu Agent.
THE : OREGON : BAKERY
A. A. CXKTELiXD, Fro.
Good Bread Cake and Pastry,
None but the Heat Materials a sea.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Customers
Bread delivered in any part ot th city -
j oi"" ,ouch Ml!!
Index to Steamers.
; ) For Portland.
Telephone, from Flavel's dock, daily at 7
p m., except Sunday.
K. B. Thomrmon. from Union Pacific dock
dail j at 7 o'clock a. ni., except Sunday.
ijiirnne, ironi figners dock, Bonuuy, at
6 o'clock p. m. ; every day, except Monday,
at 7 o'olock a. m.
Hasstilo, from Union Paoi3o dock, dally.
at 6 p. m., except Sunday.
Asutrian, from rarker a dock Sundays,
Wednesdays and Fridays at 6 p. m.
Hwaco, from L It. 4 N. Co's dock daily
except Sunday, connecting with 10 a. m.
train forSealuud; returning, connects with
Portland steamers. -
La Camas, daily at 3 :30 p. m.
For Young;' River.
Mayflower, Mondays Tuesdays Wednes
days Tbursnsys and Fridays' at 7:30 a. m.,
ana uataranys o a. ui., ana & p. m.
For Railroad .Landing;.
Electric daily at 7 :45 a. m. and 5:15 d. m
from Fisher's dock.
- For Westport.
It. Miler, daily except Saturday and Snn
day at 2 p. m.
For Woods Landing.
R. Miler, Thursday and Friday at 2 p. m
from Fisher's dock.
- - - For Deeo River.
Queen, Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:45a.
m. and 2:30 p. m. -
Wenona, from Flavel's dock, Tuesdays
and Saturdays at ' t5 a. m. and 330 p. m.
Eclipse, Tuesdays at 5:30 a. m. and 2:30
For New Astoria.
E. L. Dwyer, duily exoept Sunday at 9 a.
m. and 8 p. m.
For Warrentou and Sklpauon.
Electric, daily,' aocording to tide, exoept
For Lewis and Clarke.
C. W. Rich, daily except Sunday, accord
tag to tide.
. . For Gray's River.
t Eclipse, Thursday and Friday mornings
according to tide.
i Wenonn, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:46
a. m. and 2:20 p. id.
For Cray's River and Kuappton.
Wenona, Wednesday at 11 a. m.
For Hay City and Tillamook Bay.
It. P. Elmore, Mondays and Thursdays
BOOTS AND SHOES
The Largest Stock, Best Quality and
: : . , Lowest Prices at the Sign ot .
' ' The Golden Shoe. : j
f heOiiginal arid Gehulna
' Imparts the most delicious taste and seat tC
TLEMAN at Mad.
' ns, to bis brothpr
ihst their sauce is
lUtrhly atteomed hi
India, and Is in my
HOT ds COM)
I GAME. .
opinion, tho most
palatable, sa well
as tbe lunst whole
some PbUOO thbt Is
Beware of Imitations ;
we that you get Lea & Perms'
Btfrnature on nj bottle of Original k Genuine.
JOHN DUNCAN'S HON 8, NEW Y'UIK.
Ripans Tabules act gently
but promptly upon the liver,
stomach and intestines; cure
habitual constipation, dispel
colds, headaches and fevers.
One tabule taken at the first
symptom of indigestion, billi
ousness, dizziness, distress
after eating, or depression of
spirits, will remove the whole
difficulty in a few minutes.
Ripans Tabules are com
pounded from a prescription
widely endorsed by the high
est medical authorities and are
presented in a form that is be
coming the fashion with phy
sicians and patients every
where. On Boa (She Vials) Svrty-flt Ctnts.
Out Packgs (Four Boxes) Two Dollars.
RlpansTabules may be ob
tained of nearest druggist; or
by mail on receipt of price.
Tmr fr tmp0 asMr
RIPANS CHEMICAL CO.
H. B. PARKER
Lime. Brick, Band, Fire Brick. Fire Clay,
r. &f.n u..A ft.., .(..a Ilnl
jl ill HI iv, ill i i , r mi , t nt " t ,
W-od Delivered to nrder.
Draying, Teaming and Kxpreii Buiniu.
PORTLAND AND ASTORIA.
Leaves Astoria Every evening except Sunday
Arive'sat Astoria Everyday except Sunday
Leaves Portland Every aar except 8tmday
at 7 a. m. O. W. STONE, Agent, Astoria.
K. A. bSKLiv, General Agent, Portland Or.
North Pacific Brewery
JOHN KOPP, Proprietor.
Bohemian - Lager - Beer
And XX Porter.
All oiden promptly attended to,
Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
Agent fur the OUION Steamship Line and tht
TBINUVALLA Hteamship Line, direct
Also, aKent for ''Hvenska Trlbunea" and
Coiner ol Water and West Ninth Street
Foard & Stokes
Dealer In Olnssware, Crockery, Ship Supplies,
Tolmeco, Wines and Fine Whiskies. Flue Teas
and Coffee a Hiieclalty. The Fimst Display ol
Kritlis In the City, Kresh on f very Steamer.
Corner of Third aud West Eighth otreets.
A new eoow, forty feet long, fifteen
foot beam. New anchor und line. Own
er can liave 8Hme by proving property
and paying expense?. Henry Pike.
Enappn, Or., Feb. 2Kb, 1803.
ASTORIA TRANSFER CO.
FRANK DAM ANT, Fropr.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable,
Express and delivery bus'ness.
GET YOUR COAL AND HAY FROM FRANK
DAMAN I . Ke-it W ails tud cl delivered,
$tU0. Call at 133 Third street. Tilephoue 12.
C. P. UPSHUR,
SHIPPING and COMMISSION
Leaves Axtoria dally at 7:30 a. m. for llwaco
culliuu at Tansy Point, find eoimeclliiK it!i
railroad riiiiiunn norm tit 10 a. in, and witu
tMKtts mi sliimlwater bav for
Souttl Kend. Nunslitne, North Cove
And oilier luniitx tl rouiih to Uray's II nr.
bor. Kelurnl- K t'ohinws at. liwacu with
s earners for Aatoraaud NtaUt Boats for
JOHN K. UDULTEH. L. A. LOOMIS,
R, V. EOlii-Iti. Supeilnteudaut.
1"R 'P0.-AI .S . O KHKFH BKEK aND MUT-
I ton -. d:in- it I met 1 onimissary nt Kuli-
iiMence, I'l-inr iin-n'. ( ttit- ol ra"'a. V:m-
cottver K n-sso. March 8ih. 18'..
fci-aleu slsi Irlplii-aie tu' J-rt to tlie
uniol e i.i.i , 1 lie tt-c-iv- d HI tills nHlue
stb t th. nill- t- "l tli A una omnilssaiiea
of dubsi.Menue at ihe tidlowi-.g amen post - (for
the Iresti De I ami motion 10 De aeil-crA a
that i-ust ui ly) until 12 o'. lo-f, i,oo , on Shi
uiday, April 8, lb'SS, and then opened in I ho
presence of binders, or nriibliliiK mid dtllvi-n
lo Ihe 8ubsWtence D-pai tim-ut, U. M. army,
he fresh bi-ef a-d multoii tlmt may he lulled
for by the Aclli-ir 4'nn in s ry of Still lsU-i- e
duiliig the your cniiiinencliiK Julk 1st, 18'j:?:
Boise IWnickt, Idaho: F rt Csnhy, Wasi .;
Kort BheniiKn. Idaho; F"-t po ane, Wah.;
Ki rt 'l.iwnse j, iish : Vancouver H;irracKs(
Wash ; ro,t Aalla Walla, iVasli. the Gov
eiiimcnt r serves t o riKlitlo reject miy or a 1
bios 111. Idem will iiinleisl.,n.l n.al coiitiucK
nnwle nmler this advini i-ini-tit ai.d proposn s
in.iiie in r-sioit. e th reto, slull not be ion
strtn-d to mvjlve lli l!nl ed States Ina you
llK.li Ion for DHyiueiil In ex8i I tlicuppp prla
t o t tra'Ueil lv cjiiress fortt-e pnrp-e B ank
pioih sa'saiio printed circii'ar. -tHtii the kind
of bi't-f and mutton required and uivii'u full In
st not inns, wlil be furnished by th'softVe, or by
the A. I'.. 6. Ht the several posts Knvelopes
c nit; i Iiii? pr-.p-'.s;iis should lie marked "I'ro-
possls for Fre-h Bef (or Mutton) at ," and
ad.ires ert to the unrterstuni-d, or to the "Acl
Ivk Ootnnip-siiry of Snlislsteuci-," at the post to
he mm-. -led V. H NASH, Major and C. U
6. A.,ChhfC. .D. C.
Tide Table for Astoria.
11 Kill WATKK.
ii. in. irt
it. in. lit.
ll. 111. ft. I 111. Ill. ft
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1 43 Is 5
2 14 ti 7
!l 44 t 7
8 1.1 8 4
3 n 8 4
4 2ii t. 1
5 Oti 7 7
!) 63 17 4
fi 48 7 I i
7 fit! 7 1
ft! 17 2
2 4,112 01 ,8 7
12 .'il 8 (i
' 7 M
' 8 27
. 8 !
I 31 8 4
2 14 is 0
S M 17 f
3 7 t
4 21 6
s im i
23 5 1
7 44 4 ;
12 uv; i
9 0!) U I-
10 16 fi
11 U2 n 4
11 39 7 o;
I in ;
I 11 Ml
I 0 4
I 2 ai
I 4 29
' 4 21
i a 2
0 lll7 6
12 Sti ,8 5
1 2,1 IH S
2 09 3 4
2 S8 is 0
8 4ii 0
0 31 n
I" 211 0
U 2! 0
tf. 2 I
3 49 i7 3
4 411 !: 7
5 ;3 : 1
. .. :o
0 27 14
2 01 14
1 2-J 3
4 2! 2
a 4 1
u i 7 l:i !- r
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3 9 47 0 2
a la ihi
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2' 11 21 17 5
3' 11 li 17 8
. . L ..I
1 1.' St 17 til
! 6 19
Tbe height is r ckonrd fro u the level ol a,v-
erse lower low U n tba plane lor hit h the
oumi.ii are given ou the Cast and tiecfeclc
BY NOT mOINS THE RI6MT
tn ?M om (atsacovc Teui vow Ali. MOtT
BiCVCLtS OF EVtRY DtSCRIPTlOft"
Leaving Portland, 8:45 AM.
1 DAYS TO
7 Hours Quickerto St. Paul,
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago,
40 Hours Quickerto Omaha and
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers,
Free Reclining Chair Cars, Din
ASTORIA AND SAIN FRANCISCO
Orejron Friday February 3,
Columbia Tuesday February 7.
Mate r-aturday February 11.
Oregon Wednesday February.
Columbia Sutidnv February 19,
Mate I Imrsday Februarj 23.
Oregon Monday Febitmry 27.
ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMER3
Morning boat leaves Astr rla dally, except
Sunday, at 7 s. in.; leturnlng. leaves Portland
dailv, except Hatuiday. at8i. in. Night boat
leaves Atorl daily, except Sunday, at 6 p. m :
r tiimli R leaves I'ortland daily, except rUiuday,
at 7 a. in. The morning boat from fo t)andmaks
landiliKSOii the Oregon side 'lutsdays, Thurs
days, nii-t SaHirdajn ; en Washn gl on side Mon
das Wednesdajs and Fridays. Frem Astoria
the niorini g boats mukes IhikIIiik- on the Ore
gon side Mondas, Wednesdays and Fridays,
and on the Washli gtou side luetdays, Thuts
das and Saturdas.
For rales aud general Infol matlcn call on or
W. H. HURLBURT, G. W. LOUNSBEKRy,
A. Gen mi. Am Atreut
I'ortland, Or, Astoria, Or.
Is the line tn take to all
- ' points
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE
It odors tbe hes-t service, cotr
It Is the opttlsr route with those who
Vk 1 li to travel on
It is the efnre Hie mute jrn shcu'd
take. It runs tlm lif h vestibuled
tmli. s eveiy day lu the sear to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
No Change of Cars,
Elegant Pullman Slnpirs, -Fupcrior
Splcudid Frte Sctond-f'ws Sleepers, .
Oi ly one ehauge of cara
Portland to New York
To Any Part of tuc civilized world.
Passengers ticketed via. all boats running
bettrueu Abtorla, talaiua aud Portland.
Full Ii formation concerning rates, time of
triii.s. outes and other details furnished on
R. L. NOLF,
Agent Astnrta. .
Fteamer TelepbOLe Dock.
A. D. CHARLTON,
. Assistant General Passenger Agent,
0. 121 First St.. cor. Washington,
Heavy and ShaU
Cir7 In ; UKk
Wagons ani Vehicles,
Farm Marhlni-ry, Paints il, Vsmlshes.
Longer' Supplies, Kni.hsnks 'calea,
-Dnors and Wioi ows.
FLOUB and UIU. FS.
ASTOBU, - - t . 0EE6O5.