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Kent by mail, per month.,
Kent by mall, per year....
Bent by mall per year, 2.M In advance.
Postage free to subscribers.
The Astorlan guarantee to Us sub-
Bcrlbem the largest circulation of any
newspaper published on the Columbia
Alvertleln rates can be had on ap
plication to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorlan, the. third old'
est weekly In the state of Oregon, has,
next to the Portland Orogonian, the
largest weekly circulation In the state.
Handley It Haas are our Portland
agents and copies of the Astorlan can
be had every morning at their stand
on First st-eet
William Wlnttom, who must be ad
mitted to have been one of the great
est Republican leaders the party ha
ever had, In a speech delivered sit
dinner given by the New York BoaK
of Trade and Transportation, Januar
29, 1861, dwelt on the great elements of
commerce, transportation and money
The speech has been recalled by a
prominent financial Journal, a fore
shadowing of the present financial con
ditions, and will repay a oareful read
lng by everyone seeking light on th
. money questions. Mr. Wlndom said li
"I am an earnest bl-matatllst. but 1
Is my firm conviction that for thi
country to enter upon that experlnwn.
now, and under existing condition"!
would be extremely disastrous, ant.
that it would result, not In bimetal
Hsm, . but In sliver monometallism
Such an experiment would, In my JuJg
ment, prove a greater dlsapyolntnien
to Its advocates than to anyone elm
Free and unlimited otfnugj, of sllv -by
the United tSatea wtfitle the oth
great nations pursue an opposl.e p I
icy, would Invite the owners of all th
metal throughout the world 10 t.s
change their sliver oln for go d. N in
ly all the nations of Europe ars an.
lous to ohange their wiver for inl
and they would at once accept f
tempting an offer. Bank debitor
trust companies, the holders of UnlU c
States notes and gold cer.ltlca.er
would instantly lock up all the gold a
command oivd then Join the p-uik'
stricken procelon to the Treasury
each and all anxious to be In time t
grasp the golden prize before It wa
too late. Probably before the swlftos
ocean grcyhou.Kl could land Us sllvi
cargo at New York, the last go.d dol
lar within rea.h would ' be hidden
away In private boxes, to be brougii
out only by a high premium frr ex
portatlon. This sudden retirement o
jeoo.000,000 of gold, wltih the accon.
panylng pauUc, would cause oontrac
tlon and commercial disaster unparal
loled In human experience, and ou
country would at once step down to .
silver basis, when there would no Ion
er any Inducement for coinage on
silver dollars would sink to their bu.
lion value. When this cotvsumm.Uloi
shall be reached, aa surely It will h
If unlimited coinage be adopted unde
existing conditions, the too ardent a
lmpotuous lovers ot silver will sail)
realise th truth uttered by Che wis.
King of Israel, 'He that loveth sllve
fclxall not be satisfied with silver.' "
How great a difference K makei
whether people are fearful or reawur-
ed, says an exchange. Two months
ago millions of eyes In the United
States ware waitcJring the gold reserve
In the treasury, Every day the dla-
patches from Washington recorded
the ch&ngus In It. Every day the pub'
Ho was Informed how much gold had
been enpaged for export, nd what
draft were expected from the treasury
for a week ahead. There ta no doubt
that this increased notably the publlo
uneasiness tuid alarm. And, as the
panic grew, new millions of the yellow
metal were drawn from the place
where they were moat needed and con
signed to th vaults where they were
not needed t all. Cain sjiy one tell
what tho treasury rraerve Is today 1
1 th re a remJor, outstae of the Imjik
I'iir buf.lar, who has wtolM4 the
r . - .(j of gold shlpmen'tji for the past
a ? 's uk enlll on th wrong 44
,.r ivvfety Hue. Thi-re has been no
. .. ., .mMH'V. Tlie tree sliver
. r."t bvn -wholly dlMlnwtwV
The treasury la lit e.njtbihrf bu way
circumstance. But, as soori as the
last loan was placed, as aoon as It was
known that gold would be forthcom
ing, and at least half of t from abroad,
the public nervousness abated. Men
quit watching the reserve, and tht
rate of foreign exchange, and the
movement of gold, and went about
their business without iwndc. And It
It ito tHait, quite e much es the new
loan, tho we owe he plaoldnesw ol
thesu days and the sense of flnanclsJ
If the report that divisions and mis
understandings lhave arisen among
some of those Intrusted wltfh important
duties In connection with the railroad
work le true, tt ds disgrace to thost
responsible for such a condition ol
affairs, end should be stopped before
irreparable Injury and delay results U
our railroad prospects. The subsidy
committee should act promptly In thi
matter, -amid, if .necessary, make some
immediate changes In one of the most
TO THE SUBSIDY DONORS.
They Are Requested to Aid the Com
mittees in Preparing the Subsidy.
To the Donors of the Subsidy, thi
People of Astoria and Vicinity:
Friday of last week Mr. A. B. Ham
mend, of Montana, one of the gentle
men with whom the committee of di
rection entered Into a contract with or.
Deoember i, 1894, for the building- o.
the Astorla-Goble railroad, came be
fore the committee and gave saUsfac
lory evidence that he was prepared t.
proceed to build the road, providin.
gome modifications to the coiwrjei
jould be arranged In the way of )v
moving some of the restrlotlons ant
xbq satisfying him that the titles
to the subsidy lands were gooJ an
jause the removal of whatever encum
brances there mlgnit be found to exlw
jn parcels of suJii landa.
And furthermore, that Che owners (.
property aiong the lino of the tml
joth in the city and along the rlv..
up to Goble, should secure to hi..
Vree of cost, the right of way. ffr.
this done, he will Immediately b gv
the work of construction of the ra
and prosecute the same con:lnuouo .
Tne committee, being Batlsflsd thu
At. Hammond Is prepared to cany ot.
.tie part of the undertaking; and al.
nat' he is anxious to begin wont u. I
jib road at once, closed wkh hl.n
..lodliiuaillon of the contract in b-moc.
a,iue wldn his desires.
In co.npllance with the above it no
jecon.es the duty of the commUtee i
.jqucst each of the grai.moi-s of su
,.uy idntU to give a new Uted in co
.ji-u.ity with tae deed prev.oui y i.
aicd oy the grantor..
lAs is required so that a fo.m-ii
.dot, which It Is iei.e.ea ma .x.
..i ilie iOi-mtr deeJs, shall be co re
.uiJ iuuiw.'iicd to UiU ntW deed 'i 1 j
x miter of escrow tlv.ng tj Uij ' n
JdiUonal Instruotloiis rieril.i0' '.
. toJy to the connraJt wkh M.-. lin
Messrs. F. L. Parker, W. 13. Alai
.id T. O. Iruillngcr, are at.e..d.i.g i
m part of the maiuei', a.id y..u
.adataiio Clws work very tuiici l.
jailing at the ofllce ot Itobb & Par i
and Blgnlng the new deed.
The deeds will be sent by today
oail to those grantors llv.ng drf.ui
with the request thut tney execiu
he same and mall them baok to i.
:o.nmltte or to the As.oria Savn.
Ja:ik without delay.
'iihose grantors to the sulsIJy, r.
tMIn In the Immediate oou.nry ou
Jlda of town, will please come In I
own Immediately and execute th.s
In regard to the right of way, t.
ommHitee have requested Messrs. C
,V Inflate, Jas. W. WeUh and C.
.hlvely to take hold of this mai'.tt
Mil organlxe and arrange matter s
-hail lit may be secured quickly. Th
us preparing &U of We data for th
part of the line that his been poel.tvi
.y located, and are filling In the rUji.
)f way deeds with the nuine of th
jwners of property and necessary d,
iriptlons aa fast as possible.
We beg ot the people living sJo.-
.he line of the proposed road, to tak
nold of th'. nvutter and nelp lit to sue
ess by forming committees In ever;
community or neighborhood to awls
In socui'lng the right of way.
A committee, comp-sed of C. It
Thomson, J. Q. A. Bowluy, and F. J.
Taylor, have ohua-ie of the matter o.
gabbling mortgage of 'tine subsidy
landa to sign conditional egreemonte
to release their mortgages, provided
the raillroid Is built within the tlnv
specified In the contract with Mr
Hammond. These agreements Are be
ing prepared by this committee and all
persons holding mortgages on any o'
thcae lands are requested to call a
the office of any one of said committee
m?n ami execute these ogreemen'ts and
thus fivoJlitiite the work.
B. VAN DUSEuV.
Pres. CommWrtee of Directors.
F. L. PARKER,
Chn. Com. on DeeJs.
Chn. Com. Rlglut of Way.
C. R. THOMSON,
dm Com. on Role&se ot Mortgages.
The World's Fair Tests
showed ao baking powder
so pan or so great la leav
enlnz power a the Royal.
8IIIUH'S CURE, ths great Cougb
and Ctoud Cur Is In great demand.
Pocket sue contains twenty-five d"
vonta. Cl.ilJren love It. toli
by J. W. Conn.
Tllifi-DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTORIA SUNDAY MORNING APRIL t, 1 SOS
When founded on merit,
never ceases to grow, both
in extent and in solidity.
is more popular to-day than
ever before, because it does
what is claimed for it re
lieves and cures pains in the
side, chest or limbs, lame
back, rheumatism, etc.
Insist t'pon Having- the genuine All
cock's. No other plaster is nearly so good.
Allcock's Corn Shields,
Allcock's Bunion Shields,
Have no equal as a relief id curs for corns
Rranr1rf h's Pillc-
Ore or two at night, for a week or
two, tone up tho system.
.'fOriCB CF THE INTENTION OF
COUNCIL. TO RE-ESTABLISH
GRADE ON PART OF
Notice la heieby given that the Com
mon Council ot the City ot Astoria,
nave ueiei'iulued &id imend to auer
tue grade ot lum street in tne part of
ifte city ot Astoria laid out and re
corded by J. M. Bhiveley, from the
souon line of Grand Avenue to the
soutn line of Irving Avenue, so that
tne grade of sold portion or said street
ihen re-eatabllshed will be at heights
ioove the bme oi' grades for saad ciij
d.3 eetaoilaned by uraanance No. 71,
entitled "Ordinance No. 71, to establish
a basa of gradea for the streets of
At the south line of Grand avenue,
At the north line of Irving avenue,
At the Bouth line of Irving avenue,
1 70 feet.
The street to be of heights mentioned
throughout the width thereof, at tho
.ospeotlve points dealgrwuted ac?ord'.ng
to the proposed grade and the slope
oetween designated points to be
;ra4ffht or even.
At any time wHhln ten days fr m the
1nal publication of this not'ee, towlt:
vli'hln ten days from the 19th day of
Vorll. 1895. remonstrance can be mode
ig-alnst said propped alteration of
pd? and if within Paid time a wrlt
pn remonstrance a7alnt the same
-hall be made and fl'ed wl';h the Aud
itor and Police Judge, by the owners
if three-fourths ofthe property adja
cent to said portion of sold street, such
proposed alteration of grade shall not
i " ad" In any "vf-mt.
By order of the Common council.
Attest: rC. OSB.JKN, .
Auditor and Police Judge.
Astoria, Oic-u-.i, Ap.-.i zi.ii, loio.
KARL'S CLOVER BOUT will puilff
our blood, clear your complexion, leg
ululu your liuwtiH, una inane your neuu
tear ua a Ueil. io ula., ou cts., aim i.uu.
old by J. VV. Conn.
notice ok administration.
.utl.x- is iu-i-eby )ilin ih-l 'he ui-i.-.laii.d
t.ud jj,ii aJii..e.i .u.. .i
.td.I'lA ut m? aii; '."I J.tm s .
- i.-m.i, d. uii- el, un.l al i-tisos huv
; ti.illiib .loatLiL .:U.U ubuc ale
. -iuy it-, Uii.il i-J pi-s n. tin- sa.i.e,
., ! . v. i in. a. I. J. A. i uiiii., in)
liny, ,H li.s nlliii; 'ii Asinilu. I'n
i, . i it.i . ia i.ioii.uM u .mi tiiU daii
ilininlsiral rlx ul Uu ih.u.ooi Jar.iex
.v household thkasuhe.
D. F. FulltT, of Cam.ijlh-ai-le, N. Y.,
ays that he always keeps Dr. King's
ew Discovery In the house and Ins
tmlly has always toiind the very best
.4ulls fullow I:h use. (J. A. D.vkaiiian,
rugdt, Catsklll, N. Y., says that Dr.
-Ing's New Discovery , Is undoubtedly
le bout cough remedy; that he has
?d It in his family for p-Ight years,
nd l his never failed to do all hat
i claimed for It. Why not try a rern
dy sc Iohb tried and tested. Trial bot
es free, (hns, Ito.ar-rs' Drug Store, Odd
el lows' Building. Regular size DOc and
DID YOU EVER
fry Eleetrlc Bl iters ns a remedy for
our troubles? If not, get a bottle now
nd eet relief. The medicine has been
ound to be peeullarl) adapted to th' r?
lef and cure of all Female Compl lints.
-xertlnB a wonderful direct Inlluonce
n fflvlng strentrth and tone to the or
.ins. If you hnve Iosr of appetite,
'onstlpaitlon, Headache, Fainting
IpellE, or are Nervous, Sleepless, I0x
Itable, Melancholy, or troubled with
llzzy Spells, Electric Bitters is th
lediclne you ned. Health and atren-th
re guaran'teed by Its use. Large hot
les only 50 cents at Chaa. Rosers' Drug
ltor Odd Fellows Building.
JjK OUT Jf'OIl COUU WKATUiiK
Jut ride Inside the Electric Llgineu
aad Sleunl rlutiied VeSiiuUie Apui'linuul
war iruins ul toe Ciilcugo, .ul.wuu
and M. fau! Kauwuy, and you win be
s warm, comtoiiauie, and cheerful as
in vuur own library or bouuoir. lo
navel between Chicago, Si. l-'aul or
Minneapolis, or between Chicago and
onvaha, In these luxuriously ai.polnied
trams. Is a supreme satisfaction ; and
n" he somewhat ancient advertisement
iix.. I to read, "for further particulars
see small bills." Small bills (and large
ones, too) will be acn-pted for passage
and sleeping car tickets. AH coupon
ticket agents on the coant sen iickpis
via the Chicago, Mil wauK.ee ana ft.
Paul Railway, or aniiress j. t.uy
Oi-neral Agent, fnrtlana. o-
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
K pu Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fr
ioro Ammonia, Alum or any otli sdultcrant
43 YuA.IS THE STAKDARDt
Children Cry for1
The Packera of Choice
Columbia -s River Salmon
KAMI. LOCATION. BBAND. AOBKTS. AT
Astoria Pkg Co..., Astoria .... lKime?T.!! M, J. Kinney Astoria..........
(John A. Devlln-
tfootn A.Fk'gCo Astoria Booth Son, . Chicago
ColumblAElTerPkgCo Astoria CockUll...... Cutting PkgCo- gw KncUco
Jlmore Samuel Astoria j Ml&rZZ E"& Co..! A,torU
1, 0 Megler & Co Brookfleld. tag, Bt. George... J. G. Megler. Biookfleld Wn
) Fishermen's...... vi.Vormen'e . . ,
Bcar.dlnaTlan Fl,PkTco-. A,,0rU
Children Cry for
Gold Seal and Badger
Oil Clothing. . -
Also oee that the heela of your Boots are stamped
These are the only Genuine SNAG PROOF BOOTS. If you
want the ordinary Du k Boots ask for
For sale by all First-class Dealers.
Manufactured only by the
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
73-73 First Street, Portland, Oregon.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve In the world foi Cuts,
tlruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum,
l' ever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and All Skin Erup
tions, and positively nures Piles, or no
ay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refundod.
I'rlee. 25 cents per box. For saie by
has. Kogers, Odd FpIIows' building.
Most people cam ot MlTon! to experi
ment. They want Immediate relief.
That's why they use One Mlnu'.e Cough
'me. Chns. Rogers.
A TliniT HTPtll. PKRSO.S"
-iiiiptiitk Ht Interesth by having
hox of Krause's HeHdache Capsules
hi hand: tnken as dlretied will prevent
ir stop any kind of a heaJnche, no
mutter whai the cause In faci If your
skull were cracked would prevent
pain. The frequency of the attacks
will diminish, und by taking the cap
sules at the apnroBcli uf a headoene,
you will never have another. I'wenty
nve centB per box.
For sale by Chaa. Rogers, Astoria
ii'KKon Sole Agent
.i nn paten. iiieuui'ifK avrused
ins pup.ir, lugetnur with the ohoio
perfumory, and toilet articles, etc..
m uiut;ni ul me lowest prices at
a. Conn drui store, opposiu
iii Hmei A. "iT'M
V'ou ought to know this: DeWltts
. Ucn uaei Salve will heal a burn and
.op Ihe palp Instantly. It will cure
adly chapped hands, ugly wounds,
ores and Is a well-known cure for
lies. Chas. Kogers.
Vou make no mistake when you take
leWltt's Little Early RUers for bll
.uisnesa, dyspepsia, or headache, bu
ause these little pills cure them. Clias
What Is the use of having a "humar
irm divine" unless you care fr It
nd drape It and rlothe It so ai t
ake it a source of Joy to yourself and
i pride to your friends? Nature sup
ples the rorm. A. Lake, the taller at
,r9 Commercial street will makr tht
tlment. See him.
It cures piles. It cures obstinate sores,
happed hand, wounds. It does this
Uckly la there any good reason why
ou should not use DeWltts Witch
Ituel Salve" Chas. Rogers.
A GOOD WORD.
Mr. J. J. Kell. Shamsburg. Pa.
Dear Sir- 1 am glad to say a good
void for Krause's Headache Capsules.
After surtering for over three years
with acute neuralgia and its consequent
.isoiivua I'vhleh seemed to baffle the
efforts of some of our best physicians)
.ou suggested this remedy which gae
me almost Instant relief. Words fall
to express the praise 1 should like to
hsIow on Krause's Headache Capsules.
MUS. E. R. HOLMES.
For sale by Chss. Roarers. Astoria, Oj.,
The name One Minute Cough Cure
suggests a medicine that relieves at
once, and quickly cures. Its use proves
It, Chas. Kogers.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal flaking Powder
superior to all others.
Take a dose of DeW ltt's Little Early
Risen just tor the good they will do
you. These li'tle pills are good tor ln
degestlon. Good for headache, good
for liver complaint, good for constipa
tion. They are good. Chas. Rogers.
Captain Sweeney, U. 8. A.. San Diego
Cal.. says: "ShiloVs Catarrh Remedy
Is the first medlcne 1 have ever found
that would no me any good. Price 60
its. Sold by 3. W. Coun.
Busy people have no time, and sensi
ble people no Inclination to use a slow
remedy. One Minute Cough Cum acts
promptly and gives permanent results.
and PANSIES in bloom,
Call atGrunlund & BHx.
Cor. 8th and Exchange sts.
WE WAMT you to make no al
lowance. Our Gents' furn
ihingsare as rooJ as we
s i thry are. Do you think
how r ire such agreement U?
We run a clothing store for men with
no Je 'd places in'itl You know how eas
It is to heap up a lot of things that nobody
wants and so make a show of plenty.
But the pawed over stock ain't the one
you care to pick at. here is'nt a trash
eddy in all the tide of men's tilings rush
ing throubh this store.
Hard Times HaveCome
Trying ta Make it Easy,
We wish the pulbllc to understand
that we sell exclusively nothing
J. H. ITER WHISKEY
For 10 cents a drink, and Kopp's cele
brated N. P. Beer at 5 cents a glass.
The whisky Is the same as we have
been selling ever since we have beer
In business, and we are going to con
tinue the same as long as we can get a
square deal on both sides.
WHITE HOUSE CORNER.
Corner 9th and Bind.
HARRIS & WRIGHT.
E. A. TOPPING.
: New and Second-Hand :
Full line Crockery
Stove Repairs a Specialty.
Highest osh prices
paid for second-hand
goods of all kinds.
434 Bond Street.
(Opposite Patker & Hansen.)
M-k-k KKAT-NG&fi. will open their
Music Hal st 3.'9 Astor Mreel,
jHfk Saturday the IStli. They will
keep numberless gool Hiuors
and clears besides having good music all the
thlrcs need no slTertis
Ini b"t ladies we Just
want to Wll ou the extra
tinlinary low pilot of
millene'rr g 0 l a for
spring and ummr wear.
o come wnd see i.s be
II SS fccCKEA.
Cor. 10th andCoramerclal Sts.
What the Gambrlnus Beer Hall tried
to do In selecting their liquors was to
pick out what intelligent people would
want If they knew It as experienced
people should know It Make a note
of this If you want pure liquors. George
Dr. Price's Cream tiak.nz Powder
Aao.iaW Cold Modal M irfwtstsr Fa. aa- Franciae
Something about pianos, for we have
bought and sold them for a life time.
The knowledge thus gained has proved
to us that the Chlckerlng, the Hard-
man and the Fischer are the best pi
anos now before the public. They
how perfection in every detail.
WILEY B. ALiliEiS CO.
HAVE YOU A WIFE?
Have you any little ones? If
so, buy a lot on the Seashore, and
build them a summer home.
Ther Is no more beautiful place
than Silver Point Cliffs. E. 'I.
Ferguson, agent. Astoria Ab
J. B. WYATT,
PAINTS and OILS.
Special Attention Paid to Supplyln Ship.
EVERY REQUISITE FOR
: first Class Funerals :
POflb'S Undertaking Parlors,
Rates Reasonable. Embalming a Specialty
It astonishes the old time tankers to
sen how the fishermen have tnken to
Marshall's twine the last few years and
of last spbsou over nil the o'lier
boats on the live, lined M ilSHALL
TWINE. w r?
RecHUHP r is the utronKcf t. IIithiisp
it luih not been wenkHnei by blfiicliini:.
HccniiHP ii is sulil with u mi mhiIhp ilml
if it iIohk nut pruvf witii-fnrbirj it cmii In
liiiinu'lit bm-k si the Hid uf t lie sensoii.
SEASIDE ' SAWlflllili.
v complete stock of iuitiDer un nan
in the rough or dressed Flooring, ru.
lie, celling, and all kinds of Hnlst.
uuuldlnirs und shingles, also brack,
work done to older. Terms reasonai..
nd prices at bedrock. All ord."
iromptlv p.ttendMi to OHI-e tnd h
i mill H I,
;.ulH.. ' irernr
STILL IN THE LEAD.
Columbia River and Puget Sound Nav
STEAMER BfllLEY GATZERT
In place of Steamer TeVphone.
Leaves Astoria for Portland and way
landings at 7 p. m. tatly, Sunday ex
cepted. Leaves Portland ev rv day except Sun
day at 7 a. m. C. VV. STONE,
A""nt Astor a.
Telephone No. 11
E. A. Seeley, Gen'l Agt., Portland.
U. B. Scott. President.
Between Astoria and Portland
SPRING TIME TABLE.
sinmar Snrnh Dlvnn lpavps Astoria
Monday morning for Portland at 6
o'clock, and Tuesday. Thursday, and
Saturday evenings at 6 o'clock. 1
Returning leaves Portland Sunday
morning at 7 o'clock: Monday, Wednes
day and Friday evenings at 7:30.
Rnunri trln $.( Bin trie triD. 11 "S.
Upper berths 50 cents; lower berths,
75 cents; meals, 25 cents.
SHAVER TRANSPORTATION CO
ROSS HIGGINS & CO.
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Astoria and Upper Astoria.
Fins Ttas and Coffrrs, Table Dtllracirs. Domcstk
and Tropical Fruits, Vegetables, Sugar
Cured Hans. Bacon. Etc.
Choice - Fresh nd Salt Meats.
S. Ii. W1LLETT,
Gas and 5team Flttliij:,
Hot Air, Steam and
179 Twelfth street Astoria. Or.
Is the line to take to nil
It is the DINING CAR ROUTE
It offers the best service, com
SPEED and COMFORT
It Is the populnr route with thos who
Ub to travel on
It Is therefore the route jon should
take. It runs throiwh vestibuied
trains every day in the year to
No Change of Car,
Elegant Pullman Sleepers,
Superior Tonrist Sleepers,
Splendid Free Second-class Sleepers,
Only one euiuige of cars
PORTLAND to NEW YORK.
To Any Part of tne civilized world.
Passengers tlrketcd vis all bot runnlni
between Astoria, balania and FotHsnd,
Full information conoimlnif rales, time o
i.raliiH, routHs nd other details furnished or.
WHlt A Mori w
Htf nmer telephone liook.
A. D CK'ITON,
A. Q. P. A., N. P. R. R.,
235 Morrison St., Cor. 3d, Portland, Or.
Greatest Trsns - Cont:nenta
FS0M OCEAN TO OCEAN
Pilaee Dining Room and Sleeping Cars
liuxarious Dining Cars.
Elegant Day Coaches.
Observation Cars, allowing Unbroket
Viems of the Wonderful Mountain
$5 00 aid $10.00
Saved on all tickets east. T mrlst car
the best on wheels Enitpm.-nti nt ,tr
very flnepi throughout.
CANADIAN PACIFIC ROYAL fV A 1 1 STi AWSHIP LIN
fn Thins nH lanan.
Empress o Japan, November 12th.
Empress of China, December 10th.
For ticket rates and Information, call
11 or addreau.
JAS FINLAYSON. Agt,
A B Oalder. Traveling Ps Agt,
Qeo, HcL. Brown, Olst. Pass. Ayt.,
VMnonuver. H C.
The Original & Genuine
Imparts the most delicious taste and test to
Hot A Cold Meats
BEWARE OF I1VHTATIONS.
Take Hone but Lea & Perms.
Sigxiatora on every bottle of original gesrais
Joksi DapBa Bona, Row York
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