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THE DAILY ASTOUIAN, Till KSlAY MOKM1NU, MAKCII 25, I07.
JOHN T. LIGHTER, Editor.
Telephon. No, .
TKKMS Or iCBUCRIPriON.
Sent by mall, per year ti.M
Bent by malt, per month SO
Served by cwriw, rr month 5
Bent by mail, per year 13 In advance.
Pontage free to subscribers.
All communications Intended for publi
cation should be directed to the editor.
Tinesa communications of all kind?
and remittances must be addivseod to
The Astorian guarantees to Its sub
scribers the largost circulation of any
aewspaper published on the Columbia
Advertising rate can be had on appli
cation to the business manager.
The Weekly Astorian. the second old
tat weekly In the state of Oregon, has.
ext to the Portland Oregonlan, the
largest weekly circulation In the state.
John F. Handley Co. are our Port
land agents, and copies of the Astorian
aaa be had every morning at their
stand, 124 Third street
Tfce Aaaorlaa" hereby aBara to doaate
OXE HCXDRKD DOLLARS ta St. Mary's
eptUI, payable Ua.a to rather
Malsaea. twmr legal eelaesie Is are-
atacea showing that aay iftmtw aewe
aapee aabllaheal la Aeterie has prlnla
wttela ta last alaaty flays axplrlag be
te this offer a elagl "SMcial" or
other klad f 'talograpnle press report,'
raeeleaat ear the wires aaterlag either
of the telegraph oSkeoa la Astoria, from
aay petat eatelde of Cregoa.
Aatorla, Or.. October IS. t.
That the old spirit which operated
so much In time past to develop the
reJopment of Astoria Is till existent Is
evidenced by the opposition a certain
meddler has succeeded In stirring up
against the improvement of the road
way around Smith's Point. What pos
sible objection there can be to the As
toria Iron Works' expenditure of its
wn money In repairing this road, it
Is difficult to see. We do not under
stand that any aid has been asked
from the public treasury, nor that any
private donations have been solicited
for that object; but notwithstanding,
an attempt is being made to stir up
ju much Indignation as if the matter
Involved some violation of the rights
of every taxpayer In the city. The
truth, as we understand It, Ij that
through the enterprise of a local In
stitution Astoria has secured an im
portant government contract which,
both In the sum of money to be ex
pended among our worklngmen, as well
as because of Its tendency to adver
tise the town abroad, ought to be a
matter for public rejoicing. Under the
government requirement the work must
be completed within such a limit of
time as necessitates its immediate
commencement; and the contractor,
having made preparations for .doing
the work in the vicinity of Smith's
Point, the only place available, desires
to, fix up an old and partially disused
road over which to transport Its ma
terial, To frustrate this object, the
courts have been appealed to by those
who happen to own portions of the
property over which the road passes.
These people cannot possibly be
harmed a penny's worth by the use of
the road, but, on the contrary, they
will reap .benefit from its improve
ment in the more convenient access
thus afforded to their own property,
and the establishment of substantial
and permanent Improvements Incident
to the corn-dor's laudable undertaking.
If It Is true that, the Injunction -which
has hindered the preparation for this
work was Inspired by a member of the
city council, who owns no property In
that locality, and who used bis official
position to delude the objecting property-owners
Into the belief that their
Interference -with the use of the road
would result !n Its condemnation and
purchase by the city, the Individual
referred to ought to be made to smart
for his malice and deception. It makes
no -difference what the former merits
of this old road dispute may have
been; the question now In heme is not
one which concerns the convenience of
the iron works alone, nor the posHlbll
fty of future benefit to the Taylor es
tate it Is one which relates to the
general welfare of the whole com
munity. Democrats who have begun to throw
stones at the Dlngley bill because it Is
based upon the McKlnley law should
remember the old adage about people
who live in glass houses. They assert
that the Dlngley bill will prove a fail
ure, and base this assertion upon the
false claim that the McKlnley law
failed as a revenue-producer. The fact
is that up to ithe very hour that the
free trade president called the free
trade congress together to destroy the
McKlnley law, that measure had met
every expenditure of the government
and created a handsome surplus. The
McKlnley law had been In operation
34 months when the free trade con
gress met In August, 1893, to destroy
It. During that time the receipts bad
been lJ,67a,tof In excess of all expen
ditures of the government, and It
doubtless would have gone on Inotvas
Ing a surplus up to the present time,
but for the disastrous free trade ex
periment Inaugurate.! by the people
of this country In November, IS92, and
repudiated ,n November, IS!.
Secretary Wilson, the new head of.
the department of agriculture. Is re. J rillnful j8WUMv. ar, Paj enough, but
celvlng the highest encomiums from I when a man ta slowly wasting away
member of congress of all parties for!!!" nervous weakness, the mental
the intelligent and practical way with : en " ,hwJ
Jthe most severe pain. There Is no let
which he has tJ:en hold of the work (up tll. m(,ui uffv.ring day or nlcht.
of his department. He Is bringing to Sleep Is almost Impossible, and under
bear upon It a happy combination of such a strain men are svarvvly rest-on-
practh-al experience and lnt.Mlls-.-nt -..' f'r wnM d"; For ars the
i writer rolled and tossed on the troubled
entitle work. He has already ,-t of ,,, km- until It was a
foot a system for n thorough test of ; question whether he had not better
the capacity of many stotew ror the take a dose of poison and thus end all
production of beet sugar, and has wn-jw trouble. Hut providential Inst-lia-,
. , , tlon came to his aid In the shape of a
sacked the world for new i-lasw-a of ,, .. - . ,,,, .,.. ,
.combination of medicine that not only
leguminous, deep-rooted plants which completely restored the general health,
will furnish a new and constant food , but enlarged his weak, emaciated parts
supply for stock designed for the nmr- natural site and vigor, and he now
... ., . , . ,, .: declares that any man who will take
kets of the world, which It is believed! . , . . ... . .
i the trouble to send his name and ad
will result In a large Increase In the nmy h-v th. metnod th Wln.
quantity and an advance In the price d-rful treatment free. Now when I
received for the meats produced ty say free 1 mean absolutely without cost.
the farmers of this country.
Referring to the chances for admls-
ston of Senator Corbett and other op-
pointees who are knocking at the door
of the senate on commissions Issued
by their respective governors, the Chi
cago Times-Herald very sensibly says:
"There has been entirely too much
logic chopping and hair-splitting '.n tion, but send for it. and learn that
the senate decisions on thse ques- j there are a few things on earth that al
Hons, for the reason that It has at- though they cost nothing to get they
ways been a party matter, and party i are worth a fortune to some men and
advantage has been the chief end. The '
vor of itsshrdl etaonl shrdlucmfwyph
majority has Invariably decided In Its
own favor without regard to prece
dent. The plain, common sense view
is, that if a state Is without full rep
resentation In the senate, and Its legis
lature is not in session, the governor
ought to make the appointment. That
Is what the constiution means, so that
each state may have 'Its equal repre
sentation. If the senate Would look
at the subject in this light we might
see at last the full membership of
The democratic orators and editors
w no air surieKiiig uini me new tariu t
bill, based on the McKlnley law, win
not produce revenue should take a
look at the record of the law before
committing themselves on the subject.
The McKlnley law had been In opera
tion two and a half years when the
free trade president and congress came
Into power, and had in that time pro- All druggists refund the money If It
duced a surplus on 125.000.000. The ,all to cure' :'x- For sale by Cha.
. , , , . . I Rogers, Druggist.
Wilson low tariff law had been two
and a half years In operation when j pUring the last sixty years the num
McKlnley came into power, and had j ber of Episcopal churches In Scotlan 1
produced in that time a deficit of ! h Increased from 75 to 311.
ti ?i r (VIA 1 .
; is of Its resulting In pneumonia, ir rea
It is essential to the well being ofu to used now,veri ftni,
the physical economy that the kidneys Chamb(.rlaln.a CoUKn Remedy taken,
and bladder should be eternally active. I a danKer w1 be avoldej. Among the
that they should never go "off duty.-j, of thousan(ls who have th
If they do. the kidney fail to secrete j fof ,a gHppe we ,,ave yrt t0
from the blood the watery element ; ,eafn of a 8ln(rle case havIng rMUited
and the impurities that should be pneumona , whlch shows conclusive-
u,ruw" " l,,e "'"""r. nu ooln:,y
organs suffer in organic health froin,ve tlve of dread Me. It will
their inaction, and Incur dangerous ;
maiaoies. Among tnese are ungnr. s (
disease of the kidneys, diabetes, re-;
tention or the unne, gravel, dropsy, sc.
These are no trifles, but obstinate dis-
eases, aeveiopmg rapidly ana termin-,
ating too often fatally. To p. event '
or check them, safest and most effec-1
dial manna la 14 . f .i t f .' a Qlnm.ph Rlt- I
.... . , ,M , , .
ters, which gives a healthful impetus
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IIIta lh. flap. nnmfulUalMl .tlmi.U nl u
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of commerce. Malaria, dyspepsia, con-
stipation, liver trouble, nervousness
and debility are remedied by the genial
medicine, useful in convalescence and
A wlneglaseful three times
Do not fall into a br-jwn study when
you are curling your hair. Hot tongs
ana meditation 1j not make a very.
Persons who are subject to attacks '
r.r hiii,.,,. .n .m ka . l.
that r.romot relief mav be hail bv ts.k- !
inr rha.mlertaln- f,Ar PhlAr nrtlw
Diarhoea Remedy, and if taken as soon ;
a.i the first indication of the di-av ,
aprars. it will prevent the attack. For
sale by Estes-Conn Drug Co.
A theory regarding bicycle riding Is
all very well until the front w heel i
begins to wobble and then it counts '
One minute is all the time necessary
to decide from personal experience that i
One Minute Cough Cure does what 1
its name Implies. Chas. Rogers. :
Lenten coiffures are severely plain,
but curls and waves will run riot at
Address with 21 cents in one-cent '
stamps, to cover com of mailing only,
World's Dispensary Medical Associa-1
tlon, Buffalo, N. Y., and get a free i
copy of the "Medical Adviser."
Angels, rabbits and lilies form a trio
apeparing ln nearly all Eastern Illus
trations. Chlcora, Pa., "Herald:" Richard
Vensel reports One Minute Cough Cure
the greatest success In medical science.
He told us that it cured his whole
family of terrible coughs and colds, af
ter all other so-called cures had failed
entirely. Mr. Vensel said it assisted
his children through a very bad siege
of measles. One Minute Cough Cure
makes expectoration very easy and
rapid. Chas. Rogers, Druggist.
iE TO EV
TUBS METHODS OF A GKRAT
TREATMENT FOH VKAKNK.!5fl
Which Cured Htm iter Everything
, because I want every weakened man to
get the benefit of my experience.
I am not a philanthropist, nor do I
poee as an enthusiast, but there are
thousands of men suffering the mental
tortures of weakened manhood who
woulJ cunfU at unc tx,uld tney but
get such a remedy as the one that
cured me. Do not try to study out how
I can afford to pay the few postage
stamps necessary l mail the Informs-
mean a tlfetrme of happiness to most
of us. Write to Thomas Slater. Box SSS,
Kalamaioo, Mich., and the Information
will be mailed In a plain, sealed en
velope. Indiana may have three times as
many poets as Ohio, but Ohio has
more politicians than Indiana has, and
there Is more money in politics than
It Is surprising what a "wee bit of a
thing" can accomplish. Sick headache,
constipation, dyspepsia, sour stomach.
.dlsxineas, are quickly banished by De
L,,U Ear,y ni"n- ?ma11 ,IU
; sale pt. "est pill. Chas. Rogers.
Henry T. Thurber. who was Pres
ident Cleveland's private secretary,
has gone back to his home In Detroit,
and will resume the practice of his
TO ITRI A ( OLD IN ON I: DAY
Take laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets.
DANGERS OF GRIP.
j The greatest danger from La Grippe
that tnla remedy a certain pre-1
efrect a permanent cure ln less time
tha0 any other treatment. The 23 and
M wnt eIie for n,e by rt(,Conn
The of Montrea nag contribut-d
U2,m t0 the Indian famine fund,
Minutes sesm like hours when a life
,1s at stake. Croup gives no time to
'send for a doctor, delay may m
death. One Minute Cough Cure gives
instant relief and Insures recovery. The
immediate results. Chas. Rogers,
A man who hangs about legislative
halls is not necessarily a lobbyist, but
If he Is engaged in legitimate business
; he Is making an awful waste of time
i RHEUMATISM QUICKLY CURED
! After having been confined to the
ho.u,,e for eleven da''' and Pay,"K out
- in aocior iins wunoux neneni. air.
"rank ''80n of Ste- Marte- Mlcn
,:urr'J ' "" "'llle v,llinm:r-
,am " 1 aln na4m c'mung c-n"' anrl
haB not "inre been trouWe-I with lhat
' - """plaint. For sale by I-tes-Conn
Th Rev. Baitll William Maturin, for-
merly rector of St. Clement's EpIhoo-
pal church. Philadelphia, (has become
a member of the Roman Catholic
"Be regular and punctual In all
things" was one of the old maxims
taught long ago. The laxt is not for
gotten, but the first Is scarce remem-
hered, so Irregular Is the life of most
people nowadays. The only corrector
;0f thio evil is Simmons Liver Regulator,
! which keeps the liver active and pre-
vents the Ills of Irregular living, Dyg-
pepsi;., Billousnfss, Constipation, etc. It
also cures these troubles,
Four out of Ave who
mental worry- attacks
of " the blue."arhut
paying the penalty ol
early excesses. Vic
tims, reclaim your
manhood, regain your
rigor. Don't de:Ir. Send for book with
explanation and pnofs. Mailed (sealed) free.
ER'E MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N. Y.
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A U.OUi tibia Sunr, valile W.UU U. aa
almon. 1-aIk IS.Ok) bhla Hour, value l.oiu
eour, value VM ikk, H-ISA-O bbta Hour, valua SM
b,-n. value J.-J Al . toua o aborts, vaiua-l
flour, value, t--u.au). M-I7.1U bulk Hour, value.
Torturing. Ichlng, avaly skin erup
tions, bums and scalds are soothed
at once and promptly healed by V
Witt's Witch Hasel Salve, the beat
known cure for piles. Chas Rogers.
Was there ever a happy marriage as
the result of a "personal?"
Geraniums are the special floral dec
oration for Kaster millinery.
The Oregon and Washington boards
are doing good work anj should be lib
erally supported and encouraged. As
a result of this wont many eastern
people are turning their attention to
the Pacific Northwest. If the reader
has any friends In the East who are
likely to come here this year, send
their names and addresses to the un
dersigned and I will see that they get
a suipty of the best literature and In
formation as to this country.
OK i. S. BATTY,
General Agent Wisconsin Central
Lines, I'ortland, Or.
Perfume partb-s are a Lenten dis
slpatlon trssentially unique
They are so small that the most sen
si live persons take them, they are so
effective that the most obstinate cases
of constipation, headahce and torpid
liver yield to them. That is why De
Wltt'a Little Early Risers are known
as the famous little pills. Chas. Rog
The new parasols resemble very gor
geous floral blossoms.
If nature gave a certain disposi
tion you simply Irritate yourself by
trying to get over It.
FROM CRIPPLE CREEK.
After the big fire In Cripple1 Creek, I
took a very severe cold and tried many
remedies) without hlp, the cold only
becoming more settled. After UHlng
three small bottles of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, both the cough and
cold left me, and In this hltCh altitude
It takes a meritorious cough remedy
to do any good. (',. B. Henderson, ed
itor Ially Advertiser. For sale by Es
tea-Conn Drug Co.
Every ulrl who is very thin creates
the Impression that he in composed
largely of soul.
The hair of the head, to l,e an orna-ni-ni
to the wearer, should re rive
pHlnstaklng care, n.id If its color is
faded Hall's Hair Renewer should be
There are some men who experience
no greater enjoyment than sharpen
ing a dull knife.
The chronic grumbler still lives, but
there are less cases ,f chronic Indlges
tlon and Dyspepsia than formerly. The
fact Is, so many people In the past have
taken Simmons Liver Regulator that
they are now cured of these Ills. And
a great multitude are now taking Sim
mon Liver Regulator for the name
troubles and they'll soon be cured.
"It is the best medicine." Mrs. E.
Ralne, Baltimore, Md.
It Is not safe to bet on what you
"feel In your bones" unless you bet
TRULY ASTONISHLNU.-MlHS An-
nette N. Moen, Fountain, Minn., says:
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has had a
wonderful effect In curing my brother's
children of a severe and dangerous
cold. It was truly astonishing how
speedily they found relief after takl g
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VESSELS ON THE
(Revlard aud Corrected ry Krlilar)
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Total loonage on the way -I0.4.
iVpSj MANHOOD HESTOREOSS
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unuf ar-r rst ail uaimrau4 iniamaorr. 1 1 riur.nHiiim, ma
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Ar DATt. SiSDICISB (-Or. U altm.mM rrmata,Vml. Mva
CHAB ROOEHH. 41 Commercial Street
Dry and Pure Tropical
Pronounced by Physicians the
moet Favorable in America
for tsufferers from . . .
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
The objections urged against Indio la
the past by the large numbers who
otherwise would have been glad lo take
advantage of Its beneficial climate, baa
been a tack of suitable accommodation.
The Southern Pacific Company takes
pleasure In announcing that sevarsl
have just been erected at Indio ktailon,
that will be rented to applicant! at r a
sonable rates. They are furnlhd w:ih
modern convenlen -, supplied with purs
artesian water and so situated ss to lv
occunanta all tha advantaarfa to ha -I...
rived from a more or lesa protract, d
residence la this delightful climate. 1
(From the Ban Francisco Argonaut.) j
"In the heart of the great doaert of tha
Colorado which the Hon t hern i'acino,
traverses thero la an oaala called Indio,;
which, ln our opinion. Is the aanltarlum,
of the earth. VV believe, from personal
Investigation, that for certain Individuals,!
there Is no spot on this planet so favor
able." O. T. Btewart, M . D., writes: "The
purity of the air, and the eternal sun
shine, fill one with wondT and delight.
. . . Nature has accompllahed so;
much that there remains but little fori
man to do. As to Its po-ialbllltles as a,
health reeort here is the moat perfect
sunshine, with a temperature always
pleasant, a perfectly dry soil, for rain Is
tn unknown factor; pure oxygen, dense
atmosphere and pure water. What more
can be desired? It Is the place, above
all others, ror lung trounias, and a para
dise for rheumatics. Considering the
number of sufferers who have beeia
cured, I have no hesitancy In recom
mending this genial oasis as the haven
of the afflicted."
Ts 6i3 miles from
and 130 niles from
Pare from Los Angeles $1.00
a it 1 1-f us,
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WAY TO OREGON.
lUlfnur. (luilirla Co
1771 Ilk) A I
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ravlor, You- ( Co
Hama linn In n-Md.
v.xa or uiaraM or iu iM.rauva ur(.a, m utiant'
imnla, I'alnalD Ua IWS.aanilnal Kml.m, Nrv.H )(.ullr,
ftuiitiea, t'nllinaa lu Marry, kiHUiK Praina, VuMnii a 4
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S ,4 d.ai-1 ri. whlrb If nokrharka.1 Umit U Sfmltah.a ami
p . 1 enrri TVi"nw
K-v 1H UrtblMU oodarvorTar.
urr a w.rw, i.iuM(iir
-urml In M loat 4ara. K iiu can I lo-ao- t a
bom fnrsaioa price nn.lrr a. aw luanao
ly. If yoapmivr loonmaharat-avillcua
Lr.wH to nav tai Iroart 1 araaml heial billa.anil
D )hare.ll wa fall locra If roahavsl an mar
tori, f.i.UUo iMilaah, soil anil have a. h sn4
f .'D, II uoooa 1'au h-a In motub. Sure ThroH
mpla. fi.piM-r Colored Npla, llrara ua
iiv pari of Ilia lKiy. Ilairot ryebroWf ralllns
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a gosranla watra WaanlieitUwaHialolHiU
ta aaaee awl emalUusaj the world for a
tAaewaoaanokeura. -una una a a
jilt ad thaaktll of the moat aiulnaul
rlnoa. SOOMIO eaiiiiaj lbirl our onomda
u mal roaitr- AbaluieproraaantM.alliaI
oj aaw Tlea ClUUO, ILL.
nta 4S la a aon-snamnoaa
p-ntMlr fur litMtrrlKf.
tthltaa, aaaaiaral .lw
la I at4ap.
ihargna, nr any Innaaittia
, airtAiaf- lien, irritation ur ukra
la mjm. Ilea uf tn u c a a a aiam
I'mfiiatColS""" bran. Won-aairlnai
aoaatti.o EHJ orassiata,
. f"n aunt lea nlaln tar raMf
hf niir-M. brfMl'l. tut
i at. i.r 9 twill., 93 TV
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Caveata. and Traile-Mirka ohtalnrd and all Pat-
mt buunraacondiutril fur MoOfSSTt Fkts.
Sous Orriet is Oppositc, 0. . PaTtxr Orrier
and wotanar, lira Mlrutin icaa uuio umw uwac
a- . . I . u.' . .1. . .... l. n
i hi-od mudrl, draami ir phmo., with dmrlp-i
Jilon. We ailviaf. if Miraubla or n..t, Ilea ol
'..liame. Our fca noidue nil pai'nl l arrurrd. j
i a P4MPHLCT " ll"v loOlnain I'alenla, wllhl
.rt i.i aainc in' tha U, S. and loreifn counlnea
Oa. S-arrMV Oryict, WasMiNovoN. 0. C.
.tk1. BO VIAt
! V IXPCRIINOI.
,- TRADI MAS-gg,
Anyone aarutlnf a aketrh and dwiri prion may
quickly awwrlaln, fraa, whathar an lnantlon la
prolMhly Hiiantaiila. romniunlnaiinna atrtrtly
aouflilantlal. Oldnai asanny fiiraHrurlns palanls
In Araoirlea. Wa hava s VVaaiiiriKtuu offle.
Fatan u Ukan throasb lluiia A Co. reoelre
Special notloa In tba
baeatlfullT lllotrtad, lara-aat elrmlatlna of
anr aniantlnn lournal, wankiy, lannaSiltMi a year
tl.iuaix nioolha. HiMmlman euplM and iMl
uoa OS I'aTkNT aaut Iraa, Addraaa
MUNN t CO.
301 Brwy, Nw Yrk
3 V iifM
For Family or
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO
TltANkll-nilTAIIH" I INK.
II VOU AMI!.
IXI NOT i tiwimr
Three Important Points
FIltHllo via Iho Ml. Paul Im-auM
llio linos M UkU lil "HI alTunl you
tho vory lirwt sorvlco.
HKOiNI Hei (lint tho t-oUiMiii beyond.
St. I'sul rd vbt ih Wlsooiwin Cen.
UnJ bot-aurw that lino makes i-bwo o,n.
n,M-loiia with tUI Iho lruii-oiHliioittal
linos i-iiloHng the I'lilon Inxi (here,
ad Its sorvb-t. la tlr-i -class In every
TlllltlwPur itiforiiittilon, oall on
your mllilHr and frb'nd -Hie nearast
tlokoi egoirt and ak r a Uckof rva.
ing via tlio Wi-a.-iuii.lii (Vtitml tines,
JAM. f. IHINI),
tlr-lloml l'iuiai.ig, Agotit,
Or tlU'l. 8 IIATTV.
oivkh ciioich or
Via Spokane and St. Paal
Via Ogden, Dtnvtr and
Omaha op St. Paal
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cm
Astoria to San Francisco.
Columbia. Monday. Man-It :
rltale of t'al . HaturvUy. April ).
t'olumbla, Thurailay. At-rll
HIM of Cal., Turadny. April U
Oiutubla, KuiMley, April M.
8uto of lnl., rtlilay. April 33
t'oluinbls. Wo.lin-a.tity, April :
For raiae and ganarei inrormarloa eei)
on or address
0. W. lXJL'NollEHRT,
vr. 11. iivnt.nuRT.
Usn. I'aa. Agt., I'oriland. Or.
lrrei1ant and Waaager.
Thl Railway Company
oporat 1 lis trains on the famous block
Lights Ha trains by elrvtrlrlty through
out, l'a the cwlnhratwl rlivtrli- borth rrad-
Ituna sploiidldly ciulpid pa arnger
trains every day and night between
81. I'aul and llibago, Iho
Chicago, nilwaukcc &
Alao operate aumm-hoatoil voatltnited
trains, carrying the lt.-l private
ooinpartment rare, library buffet
aunokliig cars), and pola.-o drawlnc
l"arlor cars, frea r .-lining cJinir cr
and the very tet dining ror k.-rvtn.
Vr lowoat nUea to any i)n4 In tha
I'nlled Htatea or Canada, apply to
tli-krt agent, or addn-ew
C. J. Kimr.
Ownnral Agent, lirtland, f)r.
J. W. CAHKT. Trav. Agent.
R. P. Elmore
W. H. Harrison
...Open for Special Charter...
Balling data, lo and Iroaa Tillamook
and Nehalem depend upon
Per Fralfht and Passenger
Rale Apply To
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
0. R. A N. CO.. Aftnta, Portland
IV J Theietlny Oapiuletara tunerlbi
I 1 10 Dalam 01 Copaiba,
a tha aame dueatct wlthouH