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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1893)
THE DAILY ASTOEIAH, AtfTOttlA, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1803.
Miss Suste Roberts went up to Port
land Inst night.
Frank I. Dunbar and wife, of this
city, went down to Cannon Beach yes
terday to spend a few days with- the
family of J: N. Griffin.
Miss IToca Wiegand and Mies Millie
Schloth of Portland, who have been
visiting at Parkers Camp, Seaside,
returned homo yesterday.
Key. J. E. and Mrs. Roberts, who
havs been visiting: Mrs. M. J. Kinney
nnd- Mrs. Crawford returned to their
hom in Eliisrio, Oklahoma, last even
ing1. . '
Ti L. Simmons and J. W. Duncan,
ClasVanine; Geo. Hays and son, and
I. T. Lemons, Fort Stevens; A. K. Nor
burir, Sunshine, Wash.; Mrs. Hutch
end daughter, Jlwaco; Miss A. Riser,
Mrs. Dr. E. K. Dearborn Thos. Royall,
Portlf.rd; A. J. Constable, Skamokawa;
P. Bush, OIney; J. 11. Markham, Ilwa
co; J. W.. Calvin, Uwaco; J. F. Davis,
wife and daughter Portland; It. M.
Wooden, Jewell; and J. S. Jones, Chi
nook, ar . registered at the Astur
Hon. C. W. Fulton is back home
ap.aln having been the lucky partici
pant In two Simmer picnics. The first
was ut Flshhawk river, and the second
dt a session of court held In Tillamook
and presided over by Judge Burnett.
Trie particular case was an action for
$10,000 damages for Blander, and the
cause of It all was an Inoffensive dead
cow, which after decease made nearly
hs much st'.r In Tillamook county as a
Uvo relative of hers did in Chicago
twenty years ago by a kick of the
hind 103 against an oil lamp. Well, to
resume. Fifteen months ago August
IiUdke, a farmer, was the proud pos
tcssor of a cow. One morning when the
tun rose, Ludke discovered the animal
rkad in its pasture and wept and
tould not bo comforted. A few days
after this occurrence KB. Wist told
several hundred of his friends confi
dentially that Robert Crawford had
killed that cow and that he would
Stake his chances of eternity on the
truth of the assertion. Crawford heard
of this and promptly Hew Into the arms
pf tho law, accused Wist of being
tiosely allied to Ananlus, and sued
him for $10,000 for defamation of char
acter. Judge Copies of Portland, and
T. B. Hawlcy wero employed to steer
his case, eight wltnesses-were'engased
to tell the truth, the whole truth, and
nothing but the truth, and Robert, as
hi wlnktd tho' other eye, beamed with
th4 prospect of ten thousand golden
dollars. Ed. Wist, however, had not
been Idle. Ho retained C. W. Fulton
and Claudo Thayer, end with the
president of the Oregon senate and
tha son ot an ex-governor of tho state
at his back, slept well before the trial
and had no nightmare. When tho cuse
cs.me up, Crawford caiisu eigiii wit
nesses and Wist twenty-three. The de
ft nso proved that Robert had threat
ened the cow's life, that he was seen
walking away from tho dead body, and
that his precocious son and heir had
himself told Wist that "dad had fixed
her with two shots." The truth was bo
apparent that Judge Burnett at-once
proceeded to fix dad by giving u ver
dict for tho defense and Imposing on
Crawford tho costs in tho case, if
ilioro is a cow heaven In any part
nt Hit universe, how beamingly the
old Uamo must liavo Ollnked when she
uuida u mental count of the shekels
that fell from tho hands of her des
troyer into tha pockets of thirty-one
witnesses and four lawyers. By the
way, how Crawford must hava tanned
Crawford Junior! .
."!; VE-NTlON BETTEIt THAN
Many persons arc afflicted vith skin
eruptions, boils or ulcers. Urandrcth's
Pills tn'U'ii icely will .'n a s-hort time
Net it complete ci'ro if all su"h trou
bles. Ulcers of long standing have
bttva cured by thorn. Carbuncles have
been chocked in their tnclplency by
them. The worst fever sore3, bed. tores,
and tha llko have been driven from the
kin by them. Only begin in time and
few of Urandrelh's Pills will pre
vent many a sickness.
Urundrelh'a PUW aro purely vegeta
ble, absolutely harmless, und safe to
take at any tuno.
Notice Is hereby given that I have
been appointed administrator of the es
tuto of Jumcs 1'. Metz, deceased. All
persons indebted to said estate, are no
tified to pay the same to me, at Astoria,
Oitsoii. forthwith: and all persons hav
ing claims against said estate, are
hereby notified to present the same to
me, Ht tha above place, within six
months rrom the date hereof.
JAMES W. HARE.
Administrator of the above estate.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 7th,
aay ot juiy, jhiw.
Those desirous of furnishing houses
ean una as good lurgalna at U. V
Porter'a as at any other store in the
Northwest. Give him a trial and prove
THE FORCED MORTGAGE SLE.
Of Herman Wise's stock Is now In full
mam. I'.voryiiunK saeruteoa.
M. WISH, Mortgagee.'
P. S. AH persons Indebted to Her
man Wise will please settle at once.
ANOTHER CUT IN PASSENGER
Five dollars less over the Union ra
uiiio to Missouri river and intermcdi-
ate, points, effective Sunday. August
autn. itatca to all Eastern points cone
spondlnirly reduced. For full informs.
tlon. call at; Ticket office. Union Pa
O. VT. L0UNS3ERRY, Agent
Von'i ko to Portland to buv your
tickets for he "Old Country" and the
East when you can get them for the
same price at the Union Pnclfie onice
in this city, and thereby save your lo-
ai lore to Portland.
All t. nallmt nlK. ,.... n A I .
i-.ti.ia ..,. nig Vliu.vtlfll
perfumery, and toilet articles etc., ran
( bouxlit at tha lowest prievn t J. V.
Conn's drug store, opposite Occident hotel,
thla hiup liumth.. -llh I.......
Receiver E. W. Hadley, of the Ore
gon Pacific railroad, has had sent to
him at Corvallis, a section of piling
which has been exposed for two years
It has been placed in a glass case and
will be sent to Hon. Blnger Hermann
at Washington, to be put on exhibition
In the room of the committee on rlv-
era and harbors. The piece of piling Is
thoroughly honeycombed, plainly dem
onstrating the destructive work of the
teredo and the necessity of precautions
against the pest on the work that has
already been done at the bay. Mr. Had
ley says that ho is also preparing a
case which will contain samples of tho
many and bsautlful native woods of
Oregon, 'also the productions of the
stale, such as grains, wool, etc., which
ere shipped by way of Yaqulna bay,
showing the Importance of the harbor
and hoping that it will materially as
sist In having congress appropriate
money enough to make necessary Im
provements. Large photographs show
ing the bar at different stages of the
tide and of other Important points will
also be sent. Salem Statesman. ABto
rla has already contributed a fine col
lection of photographs of the bar and
Jetty at the mouth of this river, and
she has also forwarded, outside of her
magnificent samples of Clatsop county
timber, some plies that have been In
the wharves hero for over 50 years
without a sign of decay la them. This
latter exhibit may well be looked on
as of more practical importance than
any other shown by any city on this
coast. It proves beyond a doubt that
Astoria, while practically for all trado
purposes an ocean port, is still free
from that pest of ships' keels and dock
foundations the teredo.
C. R. F. P. U. NOTICE.
Regular, monthly meeting of the
Columbia River Fishermen's Protect
ive Union will be held at tholr read
ing rooms, on Tuesday, September Gtli,
at 7:30 p. m. sharp.
Members in good standing are re
quested to be present and to have
their book or receipt tilnng.
SOFUS JENSEN, Secretary.
LAND OFFICE NOTICE.
United States Land Ofilce, 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 ofilce, and on September
19, 1893, at 9 o'clock a. m., of said day,
said plat will be filed In this office 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, 1893.
Notice Is hereby given that tho plat
of Burvey of T 4 N, R 7 W., has this
day been received nt this olllc nnd on
September 12, 1893 nt 9 o'clock a. m., ft
said day, said plat will be filed In this
ofilce and the land therein will be sub
ject to entry on and after said date.
J. T. APPERSON,
PETER TAQUET, Receiver, i
For rent: Two suitable furnished
rooms, opposite Ross, Iliggins & Co,
Upper Astoria. Enquire on premises.
Since Its first Introiluctior, Electric Bit
ters has gained rapidly In popular favor,
until now it Ih clearly In tho lead among
puro nii'dluinnl tonics and alteratives
containing nothing which permits Its use
as a beverage or Intoxicant, it Is recog
nized ns the best nnd purest medicine for
all ailments of Stomach, Liver Or Kid
neys. It will cure bick Headache. Indi
gestion, Constipation, nnd drivo 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 Wall Paper
In tho city at the lowest ruling prices.
and guarantees good (roods. Give him
a call before buying elsewhere., Note
the address 537 Third street.
L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising
agent, 21 Merchanta' Exchange, San Fran
cisco, Is our authorized agent. This paper
is Kept on me at Ms ottlce.
Fred Olson takes the lead In manu
facturing boots and shoes. All work is
first class and warranted. Repairing a
specialty. Corner Second and OIney
Pn .'.silently Restored
Hint all i lie train of vln
In iututtymiiMr itT
i'Xfl hhW, thv tVMUtU of
fl Olk, Hl('kli'fR(
worry, etu. FullHtroiiRi h,
ili'velunieiit ami loin
(tlvm lo vtry uran nnd
jf'itlnn 'f th iMMly.
pmi, Rillurp NiipotKs
if.uii nf'rtMHMn. IfcMik,
explanation ami imwU
UiulliHl (eoaliHl) fret'.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
UFFALO, N. Y.
A new suit complete rrn 'i,uiit,eoinlstlngol
suppositories, oiiitm-nl In enpmilcs, aluo in
uox and pllln; positlvo enrx nr external, in
turual tiiinil or bleeding, itehlnr, clinmie.
risient or hereititHry piles, ami manv oilier
Alxcasea ami lemalc wenknesM'a; It t lilWAvn a
great IwnelH to the Bcneml licnltli. llio llrit
discovery ol a meillenl euro rciulerliiR an oi-r-lion
with the knife iinnei cHrv lien after
This remedy ha m-vt. Iieen known to fall.
Jl per box, for v, s.it hy mail. Whv suitor'
Irom thi lerrlhle ilisoaw when a wrllleil KHr
omeets eiven with ii tnixes, to n-fuinl tho
money II not rnrvd. Semi stn:ns f..r treo
tsniule, lltmraiileo issued lv Wood want
Clark A Co., Wliolcsalv and Reiall liruuKiM"
S Anl Portland. Or. ror Nile lyJ. W.
' wilt. Astoria (loyiii.
I k u nil r
i' ..wr .10 iiNira,
'"i .. .fv,ir il...
..i. HUIu-a (ti.
in.nti.tK Al tlrte;i!.!B,
Or III ilUtl nil OHeii.l (ir
WiS SslC! U bt !';, i-..ii:.1,..re.M..
It is the small annoyances, like a lost collar
button, that fret and worry. Sour milk over
night; no milkman in the morning; no cream
for the coffee; no milk for the baby. The
GilL BORDEN EiGLE Bfli.'iD
Condensed Milk is always ready for use. Use it
for tea, coffee and chocolate; for icecream, sum
mer drinks and general cooking purposes.
. Your Grocer and Druggist sell it.
This Country is full of fat, healthy
I have made nrrangemeuts for supplying nny brand of
wines in quantities to suit nt lowest cash fifureB. The
(ratio and families supplied. All orders dolivered free
A. W. UTZINGER,
Main Street, Astoria, Oregon.
J. G-. IiOSS, Prop'r.
Rates $1 nnd $1.25 per day. flood ncttonimodiitions. Clcnn bods a specialty.
arc invited lo cnll. 1' re
BOOTH KMD SHOES
Tlis barRest Htock, Iltwt Qnr.lii; and
Lowest Vrices at tlio HIkh ol
The (ioldim Shoo.
HAHN cJ OO.
Kopp's - Beer - Hall
Choice Wine s, I,'(nors and Clears.
KENTUCKY - WHISKEY,
Only linr.ilcd over tho !nr. Tlio lnwst
plaos ot N. P. Ileer. Half and linir. -"m;.
Free luiu Ii.
EKICKS0N & WIKKAJiA, Tis.
for. Coneonily ami I afajolte SK
North Pacific Brewery
JOHN KOPP, Proprictoi. '
lioliomiiin - Lager- JJeer
Anil XX I'lirler,
All o tiers promptly alteiiiled to.
,' S il First utiect, Astorin, Or.
H. CHRISTENS EN, .PROP'R.
A. Froo Oonoort
Svor?nlclit trplimitiB ' s o'clock,
(iooil linisli'. IliO bent of wises, lb
Uiiora ami clours iiIwuvh on hiiiul.
OKA IKK IN
1IARDWA11E, IRON, STEEL,
IKON J'lPc; AND KH'riVOS.
STOVES - AND TINWARE,
llousfl Fiiriilsliliitf HooiW, Sheet lad. Strip
Lead, Bheet lion Tin and Cooper.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER CO.
. WILLIAM WILSON, Prop. .
FEED AND SALE - STABLE
llciieral Express and Detivory BuHbiess.
0lne 11(1 OIney street. St utiles toot of Wrst
Ninth st, Astoria. Teli phone No. 41.
ASTORIA liCO! WORKS,
tloucomlv m eet, toot Jackson,
General Machinist? & Hoik Makers
I.hiiiI and Marlon Kniiines. Duller work, Steam
boat anil Canary Work a8pfi?i.Uty
Casting! of All Descriptioni Made to Ordtr at
JOl.N KOX l'lf slileiit and Sup-
. Ik KOX Vice l're.tldru
J-. 33. WYATT
Hardware and Ship Chandlery,
Pure OH. ItrlBbl Varnlnti. rttnacls Oil. Cot
ton (tanviw, Meinp MilTwiim, ljrd OH,
Wrought lina Mpike tlalvaiilnteilt'iil Nulla
arooorloo, ' HJto.
AKi'tciill in i1 linpleinriits S"wlnt? Ma
nia! 1 1 1 1 Tamil mil Oils.
I. XI. c N,;0O,,S
Mrauirr 1 1 war , f
Leavrs Astoria dally at7;W. m. for llwaeo.
ralliiiK at 1'an.iy Point, ami r,mnvtiiiir witli
ailnuul runiuiii; nortli al 10 a. in, ami with
doats on NlioalwitUr bay for
Nniilli Bond, Nimoliinr, Narlh Vore
Ami oilier poinli ttirouiili lo tJray'a liar
bor. lieturnlni! etiimeen nt llwaen witll
u ramorM fur AMoriaand Mgttl Beats lr
I'wrl In lid.
JOHN IL tiOiri.TKU, U A. LOOM IS.
IL V. KtillKKf. gnpeilntiidtnt.
C. P. UPSHUR,
Astoria, - Oregon.
babies raised on the Eagle brand.
bus meets nil steamboats.
Do You Know
Do you see
THEIR WOKKS AN1I KEMCS,
FX STEPHEN D. PEET, Ph. D.,
xnrroR op asikkicam antiquarian,
Author ol Animal KBiykn snd .Emblematic
This book trents ot tlir Monml-bnlldors: tholr
ws'iipulion, nioiies of life. roliKions svstems,
tribal divisions ami early migration)).
The work eontalns drsoripluniK of the earth
works of all clauses, 'l'lte elaittitlfatloii ot the
lniinnils Is niad accordta to their uses,
whether aa vtlliiRO rtiideneeii, as dt'fviisca, as
reliKtons structure, or as snerillelal or burial
The work rontaini iniinv illnsir.itions and
iUmriilioiis of Moiinit-ballders relies, c
ttfielaltv nioos and nottorv.
The value of the book 'is that It contains
mnmrchcnRlvft view nf the whoio Hold, and
Hivos information about the mounds mil relics
01 III stalos imu districts, u is one oi a series
which is devoted to pre-hJ:torle Aiiierloa, and
Vcrlinpa would be regarded as the most inter
The author solicits subscriptions. Outers can
lie sent to the publishiiiK house, 17.S Wah&sb
aveuuc, Chicago, or lo uie author ai Avon, in.
Caveats, and Trade-M arirs obrsincd, and all Pat
ent busmess conducted for MODtaarc Fees- ;
Oua omel IS) Osoarre U. S. Pattmt Orncr
and we caikaerure iwisol in leu time Uaa loose
remote from Washington.- i
bend model, drawing or photou, witk descrirv
tlon. IV e advise, il patentaow or not, iree w
charire. Oar fen not due till patent ia secured.
Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents," wits
cost ot same in the V. & and foreign countries
seat free. Address, ' ,
am kiTtnrf Arner. UTakbhmctom. D. C.
.NOTICE TO POLICY HOLDERS
Notice Is hereby jrlven to all persons
la the State of Oregon holding
policies In the State Investment & In
surance Company, or ban i rancisco,
Of the withdrawal from the state ol
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 its 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 (0) 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 3504,, 3568
and 3580, of Chapter L, of. the Miscel
laneous Laws of Oregon, aa Compiled
and Annotated by W. Lair Hill." Ap
proved February 25, 1889.
THE STATE INVESTMENT
AND INSURANCE CO.,
By George Ii. Brander,
Attest; Charles M. Blair,
Notice 19 hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of Caroline Han
sen, late of Clatsop county, Oregon,
deceased, and all persons having
claims against said estate must pre
sent we same auiy vermed to tne un
designed, at the nice of Fulton Bros.
Attornles, In the City of Astoria, In
said county within six months from
tl i:i date, August 5th 1893.
. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
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
flco at 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 tha proper
vouchers, at the above named place,
within six ' months from date of this
Dated, Astoria, Oregon, July 25, 1893
B- 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.
Hy virtue of an execution and order
of saje Issued out of and under the
weal 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 pf
Aueust. 1893, levy upon an the right,
title, claim and Interest of the within
named defendant in and to the follow-
lne 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 lantt tjiaim,
thence N 65 deg. 30 min., E 300 feet,
thence N 24 deg. 30 mln., "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. ifl to tne ptace or Deginmiig, in
Rpotlon 7. Tn. 8 N. R 9 W. Ot tne Win
amette Meridian, Clatsop County State
of Oregon. And notice is hereby given
that I shall on Tuesday, the 14th day
of September, 1893, at the hour of 10
o'clock a. m. of said day, In front of
the Court House door, in the City o
Astoria, In said county ana state, pro
oppd to soil 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, 1893, together with, the
fnrthor sum of $16.90 .costs ana ais
bursements and accruing costs of this
suit, at publio 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.
VTondminrters npnn.rtmpnt of the CO
lnmMn nfftoo rf rhipf Onnrtermaster.
Vancouver Barracks, wash., August
25th, 1893. Sealea proposals, in tnpn-
na.p oiiHHant tn tba nsnnl C.OnditiOnS.
will be received at this office, until 11
nlnriV A AT Rpntpmhpr 2:ith. 1893.
and then opened, for transportation of
troops ana stores Deiween Asiunu,-v-egon,
and Fort Canby, Wash., during
the remainder of the fiscal year end
ing June 30th, 1894. Blank proposals
i,r,iii),pd nn nnnllcfttlnn. The IT. S. re
serves the right to reject any of nil
bids. Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked: "Proposals for
transportation between Astoria ana
n-rift rnnhv " nnd addressed to the un
dersigned, A G. Robinson, Deputy
Quartermaster General, u. &. Army,
COUNTY ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
The Board of Equalization will meet
at thn oflice of ' tne 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
tfons made, as no corrections or alter
ations can be made by any officer after
the adjournment of the board.
The board will meet on Monday,
August 2Sth, at 10 o'clock a. m., and
close on Saturday, September 2nd, at
5 p. m.
Astoria, August IUh. 1S93.
R. F. WORSLET.
- TIME CAKD.
Train leaves Reaaide :
- 7 :.Ti) . m. daily.
3 ::) p. m dml r. .
laeavrs Yotine's Bay Pier :
a. m. daily.
A p m. daily.
J. Q. A. llnwi.iiv, D. K. VnnN.
Itonts lesr Astoria one-half hour liefore
traiu lesre Ui pier.
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars, Din.
Ing Cars are run da ly-via tha
Union Pacific Flyer leaving Port
land at 6:30 p. m.
ASTORIA TO SAN FRANCISCO
AUai'ST AND SEI'TEMllKIt, 1HD3.
Columbia Handily August 27i
Mute Kridav ho-. tcmlier 1.
Columbia Wcdiit-Kilay September 0. ,
KlntCt Monday September II.
Columbia Mituniiiy iSi'iueinber 111.
Htato Thursday .Septeiubei"Jl. '
Columbia Tuemlay Hupltmberlill.
ASTORIA & PORTLAND STEAJMHKd
Mornlncr boat leaves Astoria dally.
except Sunday, at 6 a. m- and Sunday"
at 9 a. m. ; returning leaves Portland
dally, except Saturday, at 8 p. m- and
Saturdays at 10 p. m. Night boat leaves
Astoria daily at 6 p- m-i returning
leaves Portland at 7 a. m., dally ex
cept Sunday, and Sundays at 8 a. m.
Horning 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 tne 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 and
connects with the 5 p. m. train.
For rates and ceneral Infoimation call on or
W. H. HUR1.BUPT, G. W. I.OUNSBEIIRV,
A. tin.i. I -s. Act. Auent
IVitlaud.Or, Astoria, Or.
Is the line to lake to all
EAST and SOUTH
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE
It offers the best service, coitig
SPEED and COMFOliT
It is tlie ropubir route with tlwe mho
Wili to travel on
It.is therefore the roiile you i-lioiild
take. It runs through vestibuled
trains every day in the year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
No Change of Cars,
Elegant Pulfiniin Sli'cpirs,
Superior Tourist Sleeper?,
Splendid Free Second-class- Sleepers,
Only one cliaiue of cars
Portland to New York
To Any Tart or tne civilized world.
Passengers tirketed via. all Wts mnnlnr
betweeu Astoria, Kalama and ForMand.
Full Information eoneemios rates, tiros ol
train, ronle and other details lumisjied on
Steamer Tflepliooe Jioek.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Asshtant general Pawneer Aeeut,
No. Ul Kirst St..eor. Wvlmipuin,
Puts You in Chicago
Eastern Fits -Many
Of any otiBr lino.