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tills iJAlJLY AttTOKlAN. ASTOUlA, SUNDAY MOKNINti, SEPTEMBER 3, lbl3.
The eama 0f football yesterday of'
tcrnoon at. Smith's Point between Fort
Canby and Astoria was very largely
attended. Following up Its usual luck
with the weather, tho A. F. C, saw
the threatening clouds of thd morning
disponed by magic, and when Umpire
Gunn blow his wWstlt for tha play to
tegln, there were blue skies every
where. Astoria won, by a score of four
goals to one, but to say that the boys
In blue were outmatched would be
putting It very unfairly. They are nov
ices at the Association game, and In
this respect the local men had every
advantage, but In point of pluck and
endurance honors were easy. Astoria
kicked off with the sun and wind both
In fivor of the visitors, and the play
from the outset was fast and exciting,
The home team by rapid and at times
excellent forward play, got the ball be
tween the sticks once before half-time,
und though Canby made some strong
rushed they failed to get through the
Astoria backs and did not score. After
the usual live mlmitco Interval, both
teams began to play a harder game,
find In another twenty minutes of even
play Astoria scored once more, follow
ing the goal up with another, five min
utes afterward, and another lmmedl
ately after that. With a record of
four to nothing, and the game all but
over, the Fort Canby boys might well
have been disheartened, but Instead
they buckled down to work and five
minutes before time was called kicked
their first and only goal amidst great
applause from the grand stand. The
game was played throughout In un ex
cellent manner, and there was no ac-
Ident to mar the proceedings. The
gentlemanly conduct of the Canby boys
nd their good natured play through
out won praises from everybody on the
ground, and most of all from their op
ponents, who gave them three hearty
(dicers when tho result was declared.
The visitors, with Lieut. Sydenham r-e
turned td the fort on a special steamer
at 6 o'clock. Their team was com
posed of tho following: Wheeler, Cor
poral Orr, Wm. Clark (captain) Har
rington, Tinner, Mlkr., Hamilton, Win
ters, Clarke, Spencer and Garty.
It is .announced on good authority
that commencing with tomorrow the
Union Pacific will lay off one of their
steamers and form a combination with
the Telephone for tho carrying of mall
and raising of rates. The single trip
ticket between this city and Portland
will cost $2, and the round trip $3. The
U. P. boat will make the night trip
from Portland and the day trip from
Ihls city, and the Telephone will make
the night trip from hero and the day
trip from Portland. The mall room of
the Telephone Is being fixed hp for the
thnnge. The Lurllne will of course
stand In with tho new passenger rate
and make no cut. The mall for Knap
I'H, Clifton and Wcstport will from
this dato leave here at 2 p. m daily
un tho steamer Mller.
Hon. George W. Bell, the recently ap
pointed minister to Sydney, N. S. W.,
will deliver a lecture tomorrow evening
In the big hall over Herman Wise's
Ktore, on tho subjeot of government
ownership of the Nicaragua canal. Mr.
Bell, whose ability qb a Bpeaker Is too
widely known to need comment, has
vnnken on tho above subject before
very largo audiences In Portland, Seat
tle, Tacoma, Port Townsend, and sev
eral other cities, and has shown con-
luslvely that In the step suggested by
him lies tho future maritime suprem
acy of the United States. It need not
be pointed out tlut this subject is of
ltnl Interest to Aslorlans. The lecture
will bt given at the Invitation of the
Chamber of Commerce and Board of
Tradj, and sea,ta will doubtless be
scarce before the speaker uppears on
the platform. Mr, Georga C. Flavel
lias kindly giveu tho uso of tho hall
The steamship Columbia will arrive
here from Son Francisco this morning.
Her cabin passtjiger list Is as follows:
T. A. Bell, W. B. Charlton, J. Land,
Miss E. A. Wright, Mrs. Walsh, A. It.
Andola and wife, Mrs. Porter and
child, Thomas E. Perkins, J. W. Fuller,
May D. Vincent, Miss Glynn, E. dlan
.dors, C. Soeombe, O. J. Smith, F. L.
J lice, Mrs. Homebaugh, It. Wheeler. C.
M. Baiklow. John Sehlesslnger, N. E.
l;urlow, L. A. Ilubert, M. E. Ryan, D.
Lyman, H. Fairfield, G. II. Rice, C. S.
Gillette, J. T. Fankhauser, G. W. Wit
lur. Fay 'Uualdson, Miss Jessie Phelps,
I. C. Anker, M. II. Atkins, J. Beatie,
II. A. Tubbs, R. C. Bloomlleld, J. V.
Lnkln, Mrs. Charles Weston, C. West
on, Miss M. WliltlioKI.A. C. Stoddurt,
M. D., G. II. Iavis, C. J. Johnson,
MIhs B. Kelly, Mrs. llurdniun, Mrs. J.
J. Bliss, C. R. Scott, W. C. Logan. C.
Colons Domui called a meeting of
the oILUons at George Hill's office yes
terday afternoon, and read several let
ters front Mr. Hudson to Mr. Black
man, which he said proved conclusive
ly that the latter had on two occa
sions been Just on the point of Invest
ing $2,500,0)0 In an Astoria railroad,
but both times had been balked by
joins slight obstacle. Several gentle
men presiMit then made profane re
:ua.iks about tha slight obstacle, and
one went so far, after he left the meet
ing, as to make profane remarks about
the gallant colonel himself, who, he
Vljorously declared, had travelled
ncross the contlneut post haste to hold
up befora tho residents of this en
lightened burg a picture of last year's
our gr&pea. -
Tim following were yesterday's real
Astoria Land Co. to Frank Hart: lots
M and 51, blk. I, Flavel Centre; $130.
U. 8. to Elmer E. Cagle: WVj of SE'i
and E'i of SWVi, S. 19. T. S N., It 6
W 1C0 acres; patent
J. O. Hanthorn and wife to B. A.
Beaborg: undivided 1-S lots 4, 5. 6, 7, g,
and 9, blk. 14, and frontage thereon,
Shlvcly's Astoria; ?5000.
Wellington G. Howell and wife to
Wm. Ryan: lots 3, 4, and B, blk. 1, and
lots 6, 7, and 11, blk. 2, Bradbury's Ad
dltlon to Ocean Grove; $6000.
B. A. Seaborg and wife to Aberdeen
Packing Co.: lot 4, E, 6, 7, 8, and 9,
blk. 14. Shlvely's Astoria; $C000.
Messrs. Llvlngor & Douglas have re
ported the finest yield of oats on rec
ord this year, says the Eugene Regis-
tor. On two and one-fourth acres of
ground, by actual measurement, they
have harvested 213 bushels, or 7,670
pounds of tho finest kind of grain,
A measured bushel Instead of weighing
the regulation weight of 36 pounds,
weighed 41 pounds. The yield per acre,
according to the above, In found to be
95 bushels. The saed from which these
oats are grown was purchased in Cal
ifornia, and none of the product will
be .sold, as they will be carefully
cleaned and used for seed next year.
This Is the best yield of oats we have
heard of In many a day.
J. H. Hallett and A. Seidel of X'ort
land are In the city.
Mrs. Ira Manvlll came over from
Olympla yesterday morning.
Win C. Curtis (and wife of The
Dalles, are In town.
Attorney Ralph Duhlway of Portland
went over to the beach yesterday. .
Dr. Wheeler of Portland, Is at the
Hon. John Fox returned from Vic
William H. Scott of Portland, came
down the river yesterday.
H. Bach and wife and child are reg
istered at the Occident.
H. S. McGowan Is up from Chinook.
Charles U. Dean of Kansas City, Is
registered at the Occident.
I. L. Mitchell of Ratine,' Wis., ac
companied by F. W. Mitchell of Port
land, 'Is In the city.
Wm. Hartill and wife left last night
for the World's Fair and before re
turning will extend their trip to En
Mr. J. A. Epplng the leading bari
tone singer of Portland, was In this
Colonel Ed. Hughes and his daughter
leave here tonight for a holiday trip
to Boise, Idaho, where they will visit
Governor Pennoyer on "Wednesday
granted a full pardon to Chas. A. Tan
ner, who was Bentinced from Lane
county last June xo serve one year lor
embezzling $88.08 of public school mon
ey. He used the -money to purchase
food for his children and was convict
ed at the Jure term of court because
entered a plea of guilty to the Indict
ment. His releasa was recommended
by tho prosecuting attorney of that
Notice Is hereby given that 1" have
been appointed administrator ot the es
tate of Jnmes P. Metz, deceased. All
persons indebted to said estate, are no
tified to pay the same to me, at Astoria,
Oregon, forthwith; and all persons hav
ing claims against said estate, are
hereby notmed to present tne same to
me, at the above place, within six
months from the date hereof. ,-
JAMES W. HARE.
Administrator of the above estate.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this .7th,
day of July, 1893.
Those desirous of furnishing houses
can find as good bargains at G. V.
Porter s as at any other store in tne
Northwest. Give him a trial and provo
THE FORCEDMORTGAG E SALE.
Of Herman Wise's stock Is now in full
blast. Everything sacrificed.
M. WISE, Mortgagee.
P. S. All persons Indebted to Her
man Wise will plcasd settle at once.
ANOTHER CUT IN PASSENGER
Five dollars less over the Union Pa
cific to Missouri river and Intermedi
ate points, effective Sunday, August
zutn. Kates to all Eastern points corre
spondingly reduced. For full informa
tion, cull at Ticket office, Union Pa
G. W. LOUNSBERRY, Agent.
Don't go to Portland to buy your
tickets for the "Old Country" and the
East when you can get them for the
same price at tho Union Pacific office
In tlUs city, and thereby save your lo
cal fare to Portland.
C R. F. P. U. NOTICE.
Reirular montlilv nu-erln of ihe
Columbia River Fishermen's' protect
ive union win be held at their read
ing moms, on Tueslav. Sentoniber 6th.
at 7:30 p. m. sharp.
Members lit good standing nro re
quested to be present and to have
inoir dook or receipt along.
SOFUS JENSEN, Secretary.
LAND OFFICE NOTICE.
United States Land office. Oregon
City, Or.. August 8th, 1893. Notice Is
hereby given that tho Township plat
of survey of T. 4 N.. 6 W.. has been re
ceived at this olllce, and on September
19, 1893, at 9 o'clock a. m., of said day,
said plat will be filed In this ofllco and
the land therein will be subject to en
try on and after said date.
ROBERT A. MILLER,
United States Land Office.
Oregon City, Oregon.
August 2. 1S93.
Notice Is hereby elven that the plat
of survey of T 4 N It 7 W.. has this
day been received at this ofllo and on
September 12. 1S93 at 9 o'clock n. m.. or
said day, said plat will bo filed In this
otiiee and the land therein will be bui
Ject to entry on and after said date.
J. T. APFEItSON.
TETER PAQUET. Receiver.
All the catent mMtarnrs advertised In
this paper, together with the choicest
perfumery, and toilet articles etc.. enn
be bought at the lowest prlreii at J. W.
Conn's drug store, opponito uocldout hotel.
For rent: Two suitable furnished
rooms, opposite Ross. Hlgglns & Co,
Upper Astoria. Enquire on premises.
Give a three months old baby io to 12 parts
I have iiitulo arrangements for supplying any brand of
wiucs in quantities to suit at lowest cnsli figures. Tho
Initio ami families supplied. All orders delivered freo
A. W. UTZINGER,
Main Street, Astoria, Oregon.
J. G-. ROSS, Prop'r.
Rules 1 and 1.23 ier duv. Good accommodations. Clean beds a specialty, ion
are invited to call. Free
Since Its first Introduction, Electric Bit
ters has gained rapidly In popular favor,
until now it is cleurly In the lead among
pure medicinal tonics and alteratives
containing nothing which permits Its use
sh a beverage or intoxicant, it Is recog
nized as tho bet and purest medicine for
all ailments of Stomach, Liver or Kid
neys. It will cure Sick Headache, Indl
peBtlon, Constipation, and drive Malaria
from the system. Satisfaction guaranteed
with each bottle of the money will be re
funded. Price only DO c. per bottle. Sold
by Chas. Rogers.
A CHANCE FOR HARD TIMES.
J. W. Crow Is now prepared to sell
the handsomest grades of Walr Paper
In the city at the lowest ruling prices,
and guarantees good goods. Give him
a call before buying elsewhere., Note
the address 537 Third street, x
L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising
agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange, Ran Fran
cisco, Is our authorized agent. This paper
Is kept on file at his office.
..... j -uf
A new and eomplule trcftT.'rtiit, consisting ol
unimoMtnrli.B. liilltllli'llt ill OUWlk'S, nUo 111
box mid pill e; a positive cure fur o-termil, In
teniiii mum or uiecniiig, iiRiiuig, uiu-umhj.
repent or hcroil iliiry plies, una uumy oilier
dlsci'ses and femnlo weaknesses; It Is always a
. i it. n l.....tth Tltn lliet
Krum iirni'lK. tw m: kiiiiuhi ..... ......
discovery f a medical cum rendering an oper-
lloll Willi 1110 Kllilc HIMieiTssiiry nurtmn-i
This remedy has neviii be n known to fail.
H per box, 0 for $,"', sc.it by mall. Why suffer
from this terrible disease when B written guiir-
anieo in riven with fi boxes, lo refund tho
nouey If not cured. Hend slumps i.-r irea
lamnlo. fluiirnuteo is.'u -d ly wpotwani
Clar A (!o Wholesale ;mn Retail nrnifi?isl
3r Awnts Portlaml. -tr ! nr sine ly J. w.
o.iii. A.ilorla Oreiroi
T. 33. "WST-LTrT
flarik'are so1 "iii Cfosriflllery,
Pure Oil, Prlgbt Varnish, Puisole OH. Cot
ton Oniivas, Hemp sail Twins t ard oil,
Wrought !r"!) Splk. 'iilvnnl.iedOiit Nails
Agricultural Implements, Sowing Ma
lum nines, I wins nun una.
I. n. c3 ix, go, s z&
J.IMtn AMIICil HrHI n ...mi .1 ..........
cidllnir at Tansy 1'olnt. and eo meeting with
nlllroaJ rininliig" north at iu a. in, and with,
boats on xhoalwater hav for
So 11 tli lleii.l, Sunshine, Knrtli Cove
AH'l Oilier linillts nnijsri vi
l...t..t.t..ir ....i.in.f u Ht. liu-'teii Willi
s ean.cisfor Astor'aand Mglit Bonis for
JOHN K.'u6m.TKK. I-. A. LOOMTS,
Keerotarv. . nesuieiii.
U. V. EtiUl'.ltr, Siipeiliiteiidout.
rne i.an;est Huif k, liest (Jualilj aud
l owest l'l ices at the Sign of
the Uolden Shoe.
XX-A.XX2ST cto CO.
Do You Know
Are a great blessing. All children
will be perfectly rugged and healthy
if raised on the i
h urn RRinn
Condeiv td Milk, for it is the most
nourishing, rich ' and natural food
for infants that can be found. Re
member 1 he Eagle brand.
Your Grocer and Druggist sell it.
water to one of Eagle condensed milk,
bus meets an steamboats.
MUSIC lri AXX
384 l'lrst street, Astoria, Or.
H. CHRISTENSEN, PROP'R.
i. Pi'oo Concert
Svcry night beginning at K o'clock,
(ioocl music. 1 he liest of wises, II
uuors and cigars always on hand,
3IAJXi:S C. UKOSIJY.
DKALKK IV '
HARDWARE, IKON, STEEL,
IRON Pll'fc ANL F'TMNliS.
STOVES - AND - TINWARE,
flouse Furnishing Onods. Sheet bead. Strip
Lead. Sheet Iron Tin hiu! Topper.
Boa Ton Ton Restaurant in the Town
(Aud the Finest on the Coast.)
Dinner Parties, Banquets a Specialty
Tlit Finest WtnM and Liqnora.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO.
WILLIAM WILSON, Trop.
FEED - AND - SALE - STABLE
Keneral Express and Delivery Business.
Oflice 118 Olney street. Htnbles foot, of West
Ninth st, Astoria, ten piioiie jmi. h.
Kopp's - Beer - Hal!
Oholco Wines, Liiiuors and Cigars.
KENTUCKY - WHISKEY,
Onlv handed over the lmr. The largest
glass of N. r. lieer. Half aud half, t"c.
ERICKS0X & WIllKALA, Prs.
Cor. Concomly and Lafajctte Sts.
North Pacific Brewery
JOHN KOPP, Proprietor.
Bohemian - Lager - lieer
And XX l'orter.
All orders promptly attended to.
ROSS, HICCINS A COS
Butchers - and - Grocers,
Astoria aud I'pper Astoria.
Pine Teas and Colt es, TaWe Delieaeiivs,
Ikimeslic and Tr.ipieal Fruits, Vcueui
Ides, sugar cured hams, bacon, nlu.
CHOICE FRESH & SALT MEATS
HUNTER & MERGENS,
Proprietors of t tic
Corner Second and Benton strf ets
Corner Thint and West Eighth suets.
Seaside Saw Mill.
Aeomplclo stork if lumber on haid in the
r.niK'h or dressed. Kloorinir. Bustle, Ceiling,
and all kinds of tiulsh: Mooldiiicx and Shin
gles; alko Hraeket vork done to order. Terms
reasonable and prices at tiwl root. A I ' 'utters
promptly ttciulej to. Olllce and yard ni mill.
II. F. L, LOU AN, 1'iopr.
Hearr arid ShJlf
HARDW A-Tt fi!
. Car.7 In Mck
Wagons and Vehicles,
Farm Machinery, Faints, ')il. Varnishes.
Logger' Supplies, Fall bank's Scales,
Doors aud Wiai.owi.
FLOUR ind Ml I.I. FEED.
ASTORIA. - - ORKOXO.
NOTICE TO POLICY HOLDERS
Notice Is hereby given to all persons
In the State of Oregon holding
policies- In the State Investment & In
surance Company, of San Francisco,
Of the withdrawal from the state of
Oregon of the State Investment & In
surance Company, of San Francisco,
California, and to all other persons In
terested, that the said company has
reinsured its business in the State of
Oregon, In the Fireman's Fund Insur
ance Company, of San Francisco, Cali
fornia, and has filed notice thereof with
the secretary of state, of said state.
and proposes to withdraw Us securi
ties on deposit with the treasurer there
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 (G) months from the
date of the 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 354 3568
and 3580, of Chapter L, of the Miscel
laneous Laws of Oregon, as Compiled
and Annotated by W. Lair Hill." Ap
proved February 25, 1889.
THE STATE INVESTMENT
AND INSURANCE CO.,
By George !. Brandor,
Attest; Charles M. Blair,
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of Caroline Han
sen, late of Clatsop county. Orecon.
deceased, and all persons having
claims against said estate must pre
sent the same duly verified to the un
designed, at the fflce of Fulton Bros.
Attornles, in the City of Astoria, in
said county within six months from
thia date, August 5th, 1893.
Notice is hereby given that I have
been duly appointed, administrator of
the estate of Mary Ann Adair, de
ceased. All persons Indebted to said
estate are requested to call at my Of
flee et No. 119, Genevieve street Asto
rla, Clatsop county, Oregon, and pay
the same. And all persons haying
claims against said estate must pre
sent the same to me, with, the proper
vouchers, at the above named place,
within six months from date of this
Dated, Astoria, Oregon, July 25, 1893.
U. VAN DUSEN.
Administrator of said estate.
In the- Circuit court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of Clatsop.
Astoria Iron Works Plaintiff vs,
Dean Blanchard Defendant.
By virtue of an execution and order
of sale Issued out of and under the
seal of the above entitled court, in the
above entitled cause, on the 22nd day
of June, 1893, upon a judgment duly
made and rendered therein on the 19th
day of June, 1893, which said execution
and order of sale was to me directed
and delivered, I did on the 14th day ot
August, 1893, levy upon au the right,
title, claim and interest of the within
named defendant in and to tne roiioW'
Ing described real estate, to-wit: Be
ginning on the meander line 30.23
chains, westerly from the NE corner of
the S. C. Smith Donation L,antt Claim,
thence N 65 deg. 30 min.. E 300 feet,
thence N 24 deg. 30 min., W to ship's
channel of the Columbia River, thence
westerly along the said channel to a
point 24 deg. 30 min. W. from the
place of beginning, thence S. 24 deg. 30
min. E to the place of beginning, in
Section 7. Td. 8 N. R 9 W. of the Will
amette Meridian, Clatsop County State
of Oregon. And notice is hereby given
that I Bhall on Tuesday, the 14th day
of September, 1893, at the hour of 10
o'clock n. m. of said day. in iront oi
the Court House door, in the City of
Astoria, in said county and state, pro
ceed to sell the same or so much there
of as shall be sufficient to satisfy the
sum of $530.58, with interest thereon at
the rate of ten" per cent, per annum
from June 19, 1S93, together with the
further sum of S16.90 costs ana ais
bursements and accruing costs of this
suit, at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash in hand in U.- S. Gold
coin at the time of sale.
H. A. SMITH,
Sheriff of Clatsop County, Or.
Dated, Astoria, Or., August 14, 1893.
Headquarters Department of the Co
lumbia, Office of Chief Quartermaster,
Vancouver Barracks, Wash., August
25th, 1893. Sealed proposals, in tripli
cate, subject to the usual conditions,
will be received at this office, until 11
o'clock, A. M., September 25th, 1893,
and then opened, for transportation of
troops and stores between Astoria, Or
egon, and Fort Canby, Wash., during
the remainder of the fiscal year end
ing June 30th, 1894. Blank proposals
furnished on application. The U. S. re
serves the right to reject , any or nil
bids. Envelopes containing proposals
should be- marked: "Proposals for
transportation between Astoria and
Fort Canby." and addressed to the un
dersigned, A. G. Robinson, Deputy
Quartermaster General, U. S. Army,
Chief Quartermaster. .
COUNTY ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
The Board of Equalization will meet
at the office of the coun
ty clerk and publicly examine
the assessment rolls of Clatsop
county for the purpose of correcting
all errors of valuation or description
of lands, lots or other property.
It Is the duty of all persons to ap
pear at that time If they wish correc
tions made, as no corrections or alter
ations can be made by any officer after
the adjournment of tha board.
The board will meet on Monday,
August 28th, at 10 o'clock a. m., and
close on Saturday, September 2nd, at
5 p. m.
Astoria, August 6th, 1893.
B. F. WORSLET.
- County Assessor.
Train leaves Seaside :
7 a. m. dailv.
an p. m daily.
Leaves Younir's Hay liler :
V a. m. daily.
S p. m. dailv.
J. Q. A. Bowi.bv", D. K. Vrbfx.
Rnats lear Astoria one-half .hour before
trains leave the pier.
SI Fast Maii
Puts You in Chicago
Of any other line.
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars. Din.
ing Cars are run da ly v!a tho
Union Pacific Flyer leaving Port,
land at 6:30 p. m.
ASTORIA TO SAW FRANCISCO
AUGUST AND SEPTEMBElt, 18!)!i.
Columbia Sunday August 27
K:'.te Fridiiy He, teinlier 1.
Col nnWa Weducudny September P.
htntf Monday September 11.
Columbia MitiiiM.iy September lfi.
State I hursdsy September 21.
Columbia TueMliiy Sepu inner is).'
ASTORIA & PORTLAND S'fEAMEhii
Morning boat leaves Astoria dally,
except Sunday, at 6 a, m. and Sundays
at 9 a- m.; returning leaves Portland
dally, except Saturday, at 8 p. m. and
Saturdays at 10 p. m. Night boat leaves
Astoria dally at 6 p. , m-; returning
leaves Portland at 7 a, m., dally ex
cept Sunday, and Sundays at 8 a. m.
Morning boat from Portland makes
landings on the Oregon side of the river
and night boat on the "Washington sldo
The morning boat from Astoria makes
landings on the Washington side of the
river, and night boat on the Oregon
side, except Sunday, and on Sundays
via Washington side. All boats make
landings on both sides -of the river
above Waterford. The Potter makes
connections at Young's Bay. wit. hears
for Clatsop before leaving for Port
land, Sunday mornings. The Queen
runs through to the bridge dally nnd
connects with the 5 p. m. train.
For rates and general Information call on or
W. H.HUKf.CRT, G. V. LOUNSBEKRY,
A. Go.i Ant. Aireut
Po tUud.Or, Aatorla, Or,
Is the line to lake to all
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE
It oilers the best service, con.5
SPEED ami COMFORT
It is tlie i opulnr route wllh tliofe who
wish to travel on
It Is therefore the route yi u fhould
take. It runs through vestibuled
trains every day in the year to
ST. PAUL AND CDI0AG0
No Change of Cars,
Elegant Pullman Sierprrs,
Superior Tourist Sleepers,
Splendid Free Second-class Sleepers,
Only one change of cars
Portland to New York
To Any Tart of tiie civilized world
Passengers ticketed via. all b.-t ninnlni
between Astoria, Kalama aud Portland.
Full Information concerning rates, time ol
tm.ru, routes aud other detnils furuiilied on
apnl icAtiou to
Steamer Trlephour mwk.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Assistant General Passenger A treat.
ha.ia First St.. cor. Washiiurum,
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