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THE DAILY AfcTOXflAJa, ASTGltlA, TUESDAY MOISNENO, JUNE 13. lbt3
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THE SCARLET LETTER. By Na
KINO SOLOMON'S MINEF. ,JBy H.
THE MYSTERY OF COLDE FELL,
OR NOT PROVEN. By Charlotte M.
Braeme, author of "Dora Thome"
UNDER THE RED FLAG. By Miss
M. E. Braddon,
AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGH
TY DAYS. By Jules Verne.
THE CORSICAN BROTHERS. By
LADY GRACE. . By Mrs. Henry
AVERIL. By Rosa Nouchette Carey.
THE BLACK DWARF. By Sir
Walter Scott. . '
A NOBLE LIFE. By Miss Muloch.
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Every ten weeks a new set of ten
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Bent postpaid to the address of any
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rlan as above.
All persons having claims against
the estate of P. W. Larsen, deceased,
are requested to preeent them to me
at the office of J. Q. A. Bowlby in As
toria, Oregon, within six months from
May 31, 1S9S.
MARIA C. LARSEN.
A Mir Cure ir filet.
" Itching Piles a.e known by molxture
llk pvrsplratlon, cuuhIiik lntenso itching
when warm. This form, us well as Wind,
Hleedlnff or Protruding, yield at once to
lr. Hosanko's Pile Itmii'dy, which acts
directly on the parts affected, absorbs
tuition, allays Itching and effects a
iiHMtmnent cure. 50o. DrugKlRt or mall.
Circulars fre. Dr. Hosanko, O Arch
ureet, Philadelphia, Fa. Sold by J. W.
We Zlnfandel wine Intend of coffoe or
tea. W cents per gallon. lont fotiret
Peach anil apricot brandy. hIso Kronen
Cognac and win at Alex. Gilbert's.
The well-known financier, writes:
60 Fifth Avemas, New York City,
:-ivcember 20, 1S90.
"For the lnt twenty years I haw
hoen UHlnu Alllcock's Torus Plasters.
They have repeatedly cuivd mo of
rhwimalio pains and pains In my side
and ba'k. Whenever I have a cold,
or, on my chest and one on my back
npvdlly rvlleve me."
"Mv family are nevor without them."
' . r.UsfcLL SAOJi
ALONG THE WHARVES,
The steamer Mongul la on the way
to this port from Port Townsend with
a barge, loaded with Iron ore, in
tow. The ore is consigned to tho
smelting works at Linton.
. The steamer Oregon arrived Sunday
from San Francluco. She had a largo
number of passengers and considerable
freight for Astoria merchants.
The steamer State of California sailed
Sunday for San Francisco, taking a
miscellaneous cargo of freight from
The Bailey Gatzert will probably be
put on the Clatsop beach run the com
The steamer Harrison took freight on
board yesterday at Kinney's dock for
The Western Belle has completed her
lumber cargo and now lies in the
The British shlp.Mowhan, hence for
Havre, was spoken In latitude 66.1
south, longitude 87.17 west, on April
The British bark Somali, which was
listed for this port some months ago,
was towed Into Hongkong on the 17th
of May, having been dismasted in, a
gale, decks swept and boats and other
movables swept away.
The first big sailing ship built at
Stettin was launched in the latter part
of May. Her carrying capacity Is 2.400
tons, and she belongs to Messrs. Eu
gene Collet, of Hamburg and Christi
ans. Her name Is Phos,
Mrs. Frank Green left for California
Colonel John Adair came up from
Attorney Frank Spittle returned yes
terday from Portland.
Mr. A. P. Bradbury, the "cracker
man,", was In town yesterday.
Miss Potwlne of Pendleton Is In the
city, the guest of Mrs. W. S. Short.
Mr. J. E. Lathrop of the East Ore
gonlon staff waa In town yesterday.
Mr. J. D. Seymour of Portland was
among the arrivals In town yesterday.
Miss Burns and Miss Goodman are
visiting Mrs. H. G. Wood of Fort Stev
Mr. and Mrs. A. Campbell and
daughter returned Sunday from a
visit to the- World's Fair.
Bishop Nicolls of California, who Is
now in 'Portland, is expected in the
city at the end of the present month..
Among; the passengers on the steam
ship Oregon, which arrived here on
Sunday from San Francisco, was Dr.
Luke Robinson, one of the most noted
physicians In California. He was ac
companied by his son, George Robin
son, and Dr. C. Mohan.
Messrs, Mafiton and Wood, the ac
complished young performers) on
guitar and mandolin, left last evening
for Portland. They will return on
Thursday, and on Friday evening will
give a concert at Chinook Beach and
a similar entertainment at Ilwaco on
A few members of the Rod and Gun
Club went down to Smith's Point
grounds Sunday for a practice match
at clay pigeons, and shortly before the
2 o'clock train started P. W. Weeks
was persuaded to call at Spexarth's
for a gun and ammunition and decide
a question of supremacy between him
self and Sheriff Smith. There was a
rlpplei of subdued excitement when
Weeks got uboard the train with an
elegant gun and two boxes of shells,
something unusual evidently being on
the bills. With most of the shooters
tho skill displayed was commendable.
but the most remarkable score was
Many of Weeks' blrdH were projected
Into the air In such a manner as to pre
sent to the marksman the largest
possible surface area, but if each pig
eon had been a balloon it would have
boon safe. Weeks now avers that he
was hacused by some moans.
Notice is hereby given that I have
Im.ui. n.niintnri mi iiiiiiatrn.tor of the es
tate of Thomas Shay, deceased. All
persons indebted to saui estate, are no
tilled to pay the same to me, at the
oltlce or itooD oi rarner, ai asiui-ui,
i"t....nri fnKHtwith nrtri nil rtpraons hav-
lng claims against sold estate, are
hereby notified to present the same to
me. at the above place, within six
montns rrom uie aaie nerwu.
F. L. PARKER,
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 13th
day or May, lsus.
STIMULATE THE BLOOD.
Brandreth's pills are the great blood
r.n,tin.i ThAir nm n ntirLratlVft and
blood tonle, they act equally on the
bowels, the kidneys, and the skin, thus
ciensmg uie system uy me mum in
ai,ma t i tw mnv hf onlled
the purgative, sudorlflo and diuretic
medicine. ' Tliey siimunuei mo vf
t.- throw off all
morbid humors, and cure disease no
matter by what nam it may do caneu.
One or two of them taken every night
.. Ml nnva on tnf;lll(ll11 rcMHMlV.
Sold In every drug and medicine store
either plain or sugar coatea.
nuthorlie our advertised drupdttt
in ...11 ii, winir'a New Discovery for Con
sumption, Ooutsha. and C I1h. ur.n this
condition. If yuu are nfllictc. with a
t'oiwli. Cold, or any Lunir, Ihront or
Cht trouble, and will fe tliia remedy
kh directed, tslvlnit It a fair trial, nnd ex
perience no benefit, you may rvturn tne
(cttle and have y.mr money refinuled.
Ve eouUl not mnk. thl. orter did we
nul keow tl'ct Pr. K'.ni;'s New (HHeoverv
nmtd CrVii. d on. it never, dlno.n,s.
Trial K.ttl.-a free at Clma. '1L"!a "''us
Store. Litrii U eta. nnd $.!
.. v. :...!
i 'kin mm
tdf- remember that!
It is simply pure milk of the best quality
BOB TARTER SHOT DEAD.
Baker City, June 12. In Eagle .Val
ley, last Saturday evening, two broth
ers. Bob. and Dan Tarter became in
volved in a quarrel over the possession
of a horse, when the latter . shot tho
former, killing him lnbtantly.4 ; The
Tarters have long had unsavory rec
ords. Bob was formerly a leader of
the Teton Basin, Idaho, band of theives
which terrorized the country for years.
Dan has served a term in the Wash
ington penitentiary for horse stealing.
Both have families.
FAILURE IN, TEXAS.
Texarkana, Texas, June 12. The Sul
phur Lumber Company, at Sulphur,
was placed In the hands of a receiver
today. Assets, 1300.000; liabilities, $100.
.Washington, June 12. The President
has appointed Charles E. Norris to
the position of POstmostar at Haley,
A TRIED REMEDY FOR BILI
OUSNESS. Those who suffer from disorder or
Inaction of tho liver will never get
the upper band of .the unruly organ
so long as they use such Irrational
remedies as blue pill, calomel and po
dophyllln. But from the tried and popu
lar medicine, Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters, they may expect relief with a
certainty of obtaining It. The influence
of the bitters upon the great biliary
gland Is direct, powerful and speedily
felt. The relief afforded is not spas
modic, but complete and parmanent..
The sallowness of the skin, furred ap
pearance of the tongue, Indigestion,
costiveness, headache, nausea, pains
through the right shoulder, in fact ev
ery accompaniment of the obstinate
complaint are entirely and promptly
removed by a course of this inestima
ble medicine, in behalf of which testi
mony is constantly emanating I-om ev
ery quarter, and from all classes of
Since Its first introduction, Electric Bit
ters has gained rapidly In popular favor,
until now It Is clearly in the lead among
puro medicinal tonics and alterativts
containing nothing which permits its use
an a beverage or Intoxicant, it Is recog
nized as the beat and purest medicine tor
ill ailments of Stomach, Liver or Kld
nevs. It will cure Sick Headache," Indi
gestion, Constipation, and drive Malaria
iiom tho system. Satisfaction guaranteed
with each bottle of tho money will b re
funded. Price only 60 c. per bottle. Sold
by Chas. Itoycis.
In the matter of tho estate of Sarah
E. Coftnuin, deceased.
Notlco is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed by the
County Court of Clatsop County, Ore
gon, administrator of the estate of Sa
rah E. Cofl'man, deceased.
Inrr fdnlina aealnst
si'id estate will present them to me at
my olliee in .Astoria, uregon, uuiy u
thontlcnW ylthlnslx months from this
W. W. PARKER.
A. R. Knnaga, Attorney for adminis
18M. . .
Dated nt Astoria, Oregon, April 4th,
Itueklen'a Arnica Salve.
The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, plcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, nnd all skin eruptions, nnd positive
ly cures plies, or no pay required. It
Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents
tier box. .For sale by Ctias. Rogers, suc
cessor to J. C. Dement-
Km) all the train of rin
1 nm em ly rrrors or later
txo.-sM", tbe resvlta ot
overwork, fc I c k u e s,
worry, rto. FullstroLfith,
doTelopiacnt aud tuno
given to every orKan auU
portion of the 11 y.
thnpl'. turn l methuta
Inmietl luio improTenieiit
S.tUt rfft'reiKMft. BKtc,
explanntlon antt pruofa
lu&lieU (tealed) freo.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
BUFFALO, N. Y.
. "v JAPANESE
A new and complete treatment, confuting ot
mpposltorien, oiiiiin-iil iu einnleii,'alito iu
Ihx and p lll; positive eurfi f r evtemat. In
lerniil blind or hlrteillnif, ltehlnt, chronic,
ri eent or heredllur piles, and many otlier
limeades and fem!a weakneswa; It la alwavs a
prent t'enetlt to tli oneral health The nrst
tt'eovo' of a uiedlral cure renilorinjr an oner
t ton with tlo knife unnecessary hereafter
llii ri'meilT hss never been known to fall,
it inr hox, for W: tent br mall. WhT in tier
from thin terrible liec when a written t!ir
auneis Klvtn Willi 6 boiea, to refund the
metier U not eimj. Send stamps for free
itainnie. f.uarnntoe Issued t Woodward
t'lark . to.. W nolenHie au Retail liruvii
Sole Ak-etit' Portland, Or. Fi sals by i. W.
IViiil. A.or!i LT'SOU.
They are calling for it and our
shipments arc increasing daily to
other lands. The
DEH EAGLE BRAI1D
fm V; Condensed Milk is the first conden
sed milk ever offered to the puDiic.
It is the leading brand. It has stood
the test for 30 years. It has im
itations but no equal. Try to
Grocers and Druggists sell it.
from which a large percentage of water
THE CHILDREN LIKE IT.
When ii child, mother (tnvo me onion iyrop for
Cousin, ColcU nnd Croup.lnturn I civo it to niy 111
Miones. Thoro 1. Bothnia so .trnpW. .fe and euro.
Br. Ounn-i Onion Syrup Ui imrmlcsa and rM
.ut to tlio 11.13 loy. Tli-J t J J "'th,OU,a
lemcdy, why not try HP Bold at bo ceul.
For sale by J. W. Conn, DrugglBt
These tiny Capsules arosuperlc
to Balsam of Copaiba, "
Cubcbs and . Injections. ( j!Ifj
They cure in 48 hours the yy
same diseases without anylncon-
venlencc. SOLD BY ALL DKUGMSTS
A f-'i s V.vs Care
In ufo over j i-:, i.
lin;.lf. j-.irrrrnn lion
cV::i(. ilUlieKt (cstj.
nmiituiH. .H lirllKuiHtft,
or nitilifl on iwHjtt of
pili-c 5Q, per box.
jwiilKElMMII & BROWN
1 usuo cr.
Vfl ' ' '"'lii li uMtimre. Md.
When I sny cnreldocotmcnnmorclytoBtop
there fur a time and tlicnlinvetiicmreltirn8c;iin.
I inif.n a rndlml r uro. I bavs made the iliser.se
of KITS, EJ'II.U'SY or FALtJNU SICKNESS
a llf5-!oi:i; eiudy. I vrarrnut my remedy to cure
tiio vrotmcMi. Because olliers havo failed it
vo rcafori fur net non" receiving a euro. Send
ut onee f.ir a tr-sll-ie nnd Free Bottle of my
inliUlulu rr.incdr. Give E .prets and I'ost-OlUca.
" Ci. OOT,M. C-, ID3 Pearl 6t., M. Y-
Attorla I,..dk'e No. 50, A. O. V. W.
MKET- KVERY FRIDAY RVENINO AT
8 o'clock in iho O J I Fellows' Hall. So
..urnli e oud vlsiltnir brethren cordially lu
vl'.ed. J.T. IIOUERS, Recorder.
aoandlaaviau Benevolent Society.
OKWI.AR JtBKTlNGS OP THIS SDOIhTV
i v hi their romi.i In i'yiliian bullilluK at. ' Split
I'ciock r M.. ou the second tied "oortu Ines
.laytof each Dioiuli,
Ai;ti. UANIKLSOS tfecrt'tory.
Oooau tmcaniptce'.t No. 13, 1. O. O.F '
lliUl.AR MrUCTINliS UK UOEAN EN
, raiiinnient. No. lit. t. . O. F at the Lotlj;e
In the iVfd Fellows Bulldinit, at wrveu e. u.,
Jti Hie leeond aini fmtnb V.OiUlays of entli
n;oDf! Rolont'lim btf tii" f roidlitlly 'l.vtted,
Astoria Building & Loan Association
THEREUULAIt MEETINGS OF TCIIH ASSt
clation ave held at 8 v. m. on the first
Wednesday of each month. Oil We on Uenevleve
street, seulb of Cbeiiaiiius..
I j- KiiUl.AK MEETINOS, FIRST AND
IV H'ln! Coe.:iy oveiiliiR.t Of each mouth
wrl'ersona desn uij! to liave iuatlei. acted upon
by the Council, lit any regular meetlna? must
present the same to the Auditor anc Clerk,
on or before the t'rirtav evening prior to the
rueMdav on whleh the f'ouucll hobs ir 'rulur
tueetiUK-. . K. OSBUKN,
Audit or and Police J iidge.
Hoard of I'llot GouiniUstonen.
niHi-: REr.ur.AK meetinosofthis hoard,
X will be held on tho Hmt Monday, of each
month at 10 a. in. at the oillca of Kohb & Far
kor. W. h, ROBB, Bee
BOOT A!D SHOES
t'lie Idtritest .Sloel, Desl guaiity an 1
i nwest rilces nt the tllun of
TIlC 'ioldei Xiwo .
j o f a: issr o. .a iimt
3IASX1S V. CMUSUY,
-DRA1 K'.l tb- '
IIAUmVAUE, 1KOX, STKEL,
intis pipk ami KiTnos
STOVES ... AND - TINWARE,
House Ftirnhhlnj OooiN, Sheet l.eail trlp
Lead. Sheet Iron. 1 i and Vpir
Ooncunly street, liait Jackson,
General Nachinist? & Boiler Makers
l-BiiJ and Marine Ki.iue, Duller wtrk.'f te un
boat and Caioierv Work Specialty.
Cutiag of AU Descriptions Made to Order at
JOI.N fOX lresMent and Stip-
. L. r"OX m....... ..VIt lTeatdon
T-v eelehrted Alpine Safes kept In stock at
the 479, Third St., Keal Eatate Olllc. War
ranted as good as tbe tH'st. Term very easy
W. V. CASSELL, AgeuL
COLUMSIA TRANSFER CO.,
WILLIAM WILSON. Prop.
FEED - AND - SALE - STABLE
General Express and Delivery Business.
Ora.: tld Oluev afreet. Mibles foot ot West
Miith at, Astoria. Telephone No. 4.
NOTICE TO POLICY HOLDERS
Of the withdrawal from the state of
Oregon of the State Investment & In
surance Company, of San Francisco,
Notice is hereby given to all persons
in the State of Oregon holding
policies in the State Investment & In
surance Company, of San Francisco,
California, and to all other persons In
terested, that the sold company has
reinsured its business In the State of
Oregon, in the Fireman's Fund Insur
ance Company, of Sati Francisco, Cali
fornia, and has tiled notice tnereor wun
the secretary of state, of said state,
and proposes to withdraw its securi
ties on deposit wltn tne treasurer tnere
of, and to cease doing business in said
Any policy holder in the State of
Oregon, or any other person having
claims against said Insurance company,
are hereby notified to file the same with
secretary of tate of the state of Or
egon, within six (C) months from the
date of tho publication of this notice.
This notice is given pursuant to the
provision of an act of the legislative as
sembly of the state of Oregon, entitled
"An act to amend Sections 3.r.64 3568
and 3580, of Chapter L, of the Miscel
laneous Laws of Oregon, as Compiled
and Annotated by W. Lair JIM." Ap
proved February 20, 188a.
THE STATE INVESTMENT
AND INSURANCE CO.,
By George L. Brander,
Attest; Charles M. Blair,
To whom it may concern.All persons
having claims against the estate of
Henry Powell, deceased, are requested
to present them to the undersigned ex.
ecutrix o'f the last will and testa.
ment of deceased at the office of Judge
Bowlby in Astoria, Oregon, within six
months rrom date,
Asto-ta, Or., April 12th, 1893. 16-5t
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to and by virtue of the order of the
honorable county court of the state of
Oregon for the county of Marlon, duly
made and entered of record by said
court on the 28th day, February, 1893,
the undersigned administrator of the
estate of W. J. Herron deceased, will
on the l&t day of July, 1893, at the
hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said date at
the front door of the court house, In
the city of Astoria, in the county of
Clatsop, in said state, stll at public sale
to the highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing described real estate belonging
to the estate of said deceased, to wit:
Lots numbered nine (9) ten (10) eleven
(11) and twelve (12), in block number
one hundred and thirty-eight (138), in
town (now city) of Astoria, as laid out
and mapped and recorded by John M.
Shlvely, in Clatsop county, Oregon.
Dated May 29, 1893.
J. J. SHAW,
Administrator of the Estate of W. J.
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clatsop.
C. H. Page, Plaintiff, vs. J. H. V.
Gray, Laura "W. Gray, J. Q. A. Bowl-
iy, wney aanew as executors or tne
last will and testament of Louis Wil
son Deceased and the Astoria Eox
By virtue of an execution and order
of sale Issued out of and under the sale
of the above entitled court in the
above entitled cause on the 29th day of
May 1893, upon a decree of foreclosure
and judgment duly made and rendered
therein on the 22nd day of May 1893,
which said execution and order of
sale was to me directed and de
livered, I did on the .list day of
May, 1893, levy upon all the right,
title, claim and lntereest of the
above named defendants in and to the
following described real estate, to-wlt:
Lots number six (0), seven (7),
twenty (20) twenty-one (21), twenty-two
(22) and twenty-three (23), of tract
numbered one (1), and' lot thirty-two
(32), of tract numbered two (2), all of
and in block numbered twenty-seven,
in Olney's addition to the Town of As
toria as laid out and recorded by J. G.
Hustler and H. S. Aiken, executors and
devisees of the last will and testament
Of Cyrusi Olney, deceased, as said
block Is sub-divided and recorded by.
J. H. D. Gray and recorded by him in
plat book, numbered one, at page num
ber 26, Record of Town or City Plats,
In and for tho county of Clatsop, and
State of Orefcn, and all of said land
being in said county and state,
and I shall on Monday the 3d day of
July, 1893, at the hour of 10 o'clock a.
m., of sold day ,i.i front of the county
court house door, in the City of As
toria In said county and state, proceed
to sell the same, or so much thereof as
shall Tje sufficient to satisfy the sum
of $892.41 with interest on said sum
from May 2d, 1893, until paid, and the
further sum of $22.60, costs and dis
bursements, and the accruing costs of
this suit, at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash In hand In United
States gold coin at time of sale.
H. A. SMITH,
V Sheriff of Clatsop County, Or.
Dated Astoria, Or., May 31, 1893..
The ner- e! tM O-r.t Cerfh Tnrr.i.
without pcrair-el i:t l!ts Lbtory r.cdklne
.M'.df.t.:- 3;i:b:n;r ' tofp'i Honr
i.tro ft'.-.i it: 't t-l.il ,:C t'w x-r.iix v
...! mst '. T":,- r- 'v b'-c-vr
t:-..V...i.tf- '.. ,VV7:0:;V'"
c mij'v in ff "- : - ' ';"'u ':i
; v . ' ' ;
jiiansatlioiwinde of cajk-aof ih worst kiwi
Oiid of lon Btandin? have Urn oimi. Jmltrt,
otroniri9FiTaitnia it etikocy, that I will
cnd two rorrtrs rrs, wltii VAl.l'ABl.K
TKKAT-S1C on this rtiiva to .my sntfrrr 1U
wiil send 1 jo tbtir KiJirciS aivl V. O. Ktilmjs.
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Leav ng Portland, 8:45 AM.
1 .DAYS TO
2 CH I CAGO
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago,
40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers,
Free Reclining Chair Cars, Din-
ASTORIA TO SAN FRANCISCO
Columbia Wednesday June 7.
State 8unlav June ll.
Oregon 'I liursdiiy June 15.
Columbia Monrtav .lime 11).
Mate Friday Juno 23.
Ori'Kim Tuesday June 2".
CuliiMibla fatiiMiiy July l.
ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAMERS
Morning boat leaves Astoria dally, except
Sunday, hi. 0 n. in.; returning, leaves l'ortlaml
daily, except Hatunlay, at.Si. in. .N'jr'it boat
leaves Astoria dully, exeept Snntiiv, at Op m.:
r lurnli (; leaves Tortlaiid dally, pxci-pt Sunday,
at 7 a. 111. l'lie innrnlnc beat from l'oi tlalid muk, a
landings cm tne Oregon side Tuesdays, Thurs
days. m. I S iturdays j on WiusliinjJitoii side Mon
(iavs VVednesiliijs and Fridays. From Astoria
tlie moiuiiiK boats makes hui(Uni; on the Ore
(on slile Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
and on the Washington tide Tuesdays, Tl.urs
dais and Satuida8,
For rates and general Inf.'t million cull on or
w. n,nuia.iiUR r, g. w. i-oussiiEitKy,
A. (ien 'a". A(rt. Aeent
Portland, Or, -Astoria, Or.
Is the line to take to all
It is the DINING CAB ROUTE
It offers t' e best seiviee, coii5 v
It is I lid populur rnule Willi tlio.-e V. In)
' wi ll lo travel on
It Is theiefore Hie rc.ule j(u rliou'd
take. It riiiiw llnouvli vestibuled
trains every day in Hie year to
1ST. PAUL AND CHIflAGO
No Change of Cars,
Superior Tourist Sleepers,
Splendid Free Second-class Sleepers,
Only one oliange of cars
Portland to New York
To Any Tart of liie civilized woild.
Passengers ticketed via. all boats rnnnlnc
between Ai-torla, Kulama and l'orlland.
Full Information concerning rates, time c;
trains, routes and other details furnished m.
C. W. ST6NE,
Steamer Telephone Dock.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant General Passenger Ageul,
No. 121 First St.. cor. Wasliuigtou,
THE : OKEGOX : BAKERY
A. A. f LKTKLA.MI, Prop.
Good Bread Cakes and Pastry,
None but the est MiterialB used.
Satisfaction Guaranteed Customer?.
Bread delivered In any part of the city
He&TT and fbiM
Cir.7 In Ho'k
Wagons and Vehicles,
Farm Machinery, Palntr, ills. Varnishes.
Loioteri' Supplies, Kxiibank'a Scaled
Doors and Vt inuowa.
IXOTJR ud MIIA FKED.
ASTOIOA. - - OREGXO.