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About The daily morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1883-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1897)
AMUKIA.N, Till liMA MOIvMNd, IHTOUKH 14, ll7.
A Large Variety of
Call and See Our Notfcy High
School Walking Boot
At the Oli Reliable Stand-
John Hahn & Co.
479 Commercial St.
A. V. ALLEN
Groceries, Feed, Fruits,
Cor.Tenth and Commercial street.
CHAS. KAN & CO
367 Commercial St
Chinese and Japanese Curios, Fine
Decorated China Ware, Silk
Manufacturers of Ladies' and
Gent's Shirts Made to Order.
Occasional rain. "
Also all Light
C. H. Orkwitz
443 liCAXE. Price cut In two.
How matter Is transmuted Into soul
we know not; but many a sin of the
aoul is. no doubt, a cry of the half,
tarved body. Mary B. Jones.
Try Schilling's Beat tea and baking powder.
Mr. Xeat yesterday returned
Ftae cabbage for kraut at Ross, Big
gins & Co.'a
Mr. Harrison Allen Is In St. Helens on
Groceries at tha lowest prices at tb.
Pacific Grocery Co.
Ttw Potter last night took out a car
of salmon for the east.
Bicycle and repair shop at 1S3 Ninth
street Charges reasonable.
The Potter, last night, took up a
of horses from FIa.vel to Portland.
Ask for sample of Chase 8c Sanborn's
famous teas, at Ross, Hlggns tc Co.'a.
The Telephone yesterday took out two
carloads of cans from the can factory.
We carry the best line of school
shoes in the city. Columbia Shoe
A full attendance Is desired at the
meeting of the W. C. T. t'. this after
noon at 2 p. m.
C. O. Palmberg, the leading contractor
and builder, Is prepared to do all kinds
of Jobbing and building; work; 473 Duane
As a result of good times and fine
crops, four new houses are being erected
by ranchers near the city In Clatsop
A carload of "Hot Blast" and "Queen"
healers to arrive; latest Improvements.
Do not buy before comparing quality
and price. Fisher Brothers, sale agents.
To reach the peopla of a community
an advertiser must use the paper of the
best character, that goes Into the best
nouses, and Is read by the best people,
Good Baking Powder
cannot be sold for 25 cents or 30 cents a pound.
Cream of tartar is expensive and cream of tartar is
necessary to good baking powder.
"Cheap" baking powder either contains alum
(which is bad for the insides) or is badly made (docs
not do the work) or is weak.
Really cheap baking powder cannot be sold for
these prices; but the cheapest of all is Schillings Best
your money back if you don't like it at yourj)
Suits to order,
Pants to order,
..FLYNN, the Tailor..
Mrs. W. B. Edwards bu gvne to lvt-
Mnd on a visit.
Umbrellas covered and repaired bjr a
practical workman, at IS Ninth trot.
Chris. Evon ha son. Into the Neha -
lera valley to prove up on his ranch,
Our price, ar. th. lowest In th. city.
Call and . us. Pacific Grocery Oo.
Mr. Arthur Tee has resumed hi duties
tu night clerk at h Ow(nt. after
At the bowltrg alleys yesterday Messrs
Cooper rul Carmlchnel were at tie with
a score of S3 each.
P. R. Stokes and wife and Mrs, W. S.
Kinney left for Portland on the steamer I
Potter fast night.
Ashland poachpt cheap and good; alo
a large supply of other fin. fruits at
Ross, Hlgglns A Co
Jack Frost was tn the Immediate vl-1
clrrtty of Astoria last night, although he
dd not main a calL
P. J. Meany. the leading merchant
tsllAI. 1? TM(h G TK. , r. V. I
paid for fur sktna.
Tha gentlemen's Manhattan tourna. I
iriMif f.A- th ITA-mfln TCI I
be bowled this evening.
New, at Columbia Shoe Co.,
Laird, Schobcr tt Co.'a ladies' fine
The I. R. 4 X. Co. has appointed Mr.
Dan Goulter as agent In Astoria In place
of Mr. Brown, resigned.
Go to the Parlor, successors to C B.
Smith, for pure, sweet cream and fresh
creamery butter and buttermilk every
Furnished room to rent, with good table
board, at reasonable rates, at Mrs. E. C.
Holden's, corner of Duane and XInth
The county clerk yesterday Issued mar
riage licenses to Chas. 8. Brown and
Anna J. Nims and L. O. Beland and
Seal, calfskin and crack-proof!
calf winter shoes for ladies. Co.
lumbia Shoe Co.
The muoh-taiked-of .farmer's central
market has not yet opened Its doors to
the public. Perhaps It has also Joined
the silent procession.
The Astorlan has about a ton of old
newspapers for sale, which can be bought
In quantities to suit th purchasers by
pplymg at the office.
vi nea you warn a real ure-iige ana
artiatic photo, don't fail to call on Snod-
grass. The work he is turning out now
!s ahead of anything ever made In As
J. B. McCane, Boeton; Sam B. Hay
and wife, L. M. SchoII, Portland; W
C. Coulson, captain U. 8. R. C. 8., F.
A. Coxhead. San Francisco, are guests
of the Occident
Lawrence Envart. the well known
seiner at Jim Crow gands, who has been
visltng In the city, returned up river lastl
nignt. Tne seiners have shut down for
reier wage, wno was n from the
Nehalem yesterday, said that he would
-""enc tne numnng or nis nour
mm. which will tbe the first one In
TKo -lma V. . . l . I
' " annual
nmK or me cnimneys. ,-lres are now
" in nouse ana store, ana un-
nues are eianei tne danger
of fire is greatly enhanced.
The members of the Methodist Epis
copal onurcn ww give a reception to
the Rev. Mr. (Tlolllngshead, tomorrow
evening at the church parlors. A large
attendance Is anticipated.
E- WalMon, Portland; Mrs. C.
Parker, Miss Eva Parker. Sklpanon;
v,.,. ,m, Hgmsnip; is. k. Llewelyn,
n.a.r.as u.y, a. raimtrg, Warrenton:
are ivcrfstprprl at ,h Tni.A. . I
Astortans are praying for
long and pleasant fall has been too long
" iinm l ...m ,.
U1U umer sam yesieraay,
... umx ram we migni ao more
Coll i.t 1 e Parlor for oysters served
111 first elans style.
Tonight the Astoria Progressive asso
ciation make, another attempt to
ettthusu life Into the cli.v.
Mr. nnil Mr, HoiiHolman and Mrs. t
M. Tvoyor of San Francisco r. Intilnt:
Mr. nn.t Mm. X. Trover.
The ladle of the A. K. C. mill bowl
their Manhattan tourmmoiu for t
Cooper rln tomorrow evening.
M. Olscn, North Shoiv, an, I V. J, an.l
John H. Heokard, of the Lewis nnd
Ctirke, were In the -lty yesterday.
Inquiry Nvns nvule yvstor.lay as 1t
where that Commercial street extension
to the depot had disappeared to, Echo
answered "Where, oh where."
It was remarked yesterday that the
emhlem of silence "saw wood and say
nothing" wss the llv.-st o.viiatlon In
lthe city Just now. Winter In approach
The parlor has discarded Ice cream ,
and opened ye festive oyster. The tlmoj
has come when every fclkiw's best slrr
raK, . ho, n
Mr. nn.l Mm. C. V. Hoi: lajit nlitht
celobrateil the twntleth annlvemary of
their mnrrl.tBv A mumher of frten.H
atahere.1 at their home on Punne Mreet.
In honor of the occasion, nnl all hs.l
a pleasant evening.
Married, at the home of Mr. Hiram
Brown. Fourteenth street, this city,
Wednesday afternoon. October It 1W,
by the Rev. Wm. Seymour Short. Miss
Anna 3. Xlms. ftite of Redwing, Minn.,
to Mr. Chas. S. Rrown.
Fmnk Rogers, the well-known sales,
man, now manager of the grocery store,
werwfy Rnrl.!xh's stand, own this
morntng with a full and complete stock
nAm an., la ... . 1 t . . I, - .
" - . .a.-
of the wants of all his friend..
. ... .. .i,-,., ml i.riiii. nisiut minie ar
" " " rnngements with connecting ron.l
Chlef Hnllock i-esterdar arrestcl Henrv thmn-h .... ..
"Pht and Eric Frlckson on a charge of
petty larceny. They took a kv-g of beer
and S from I-asklnen's scow, anchored
near Kinney's etinnery. Ju.U-v Aber-
cromhte fined them each $15 or sewn
days in the courty J.U1.
The latest news from the bowling al-
leys is that Herm.cn wise has offemi as
a pnie ror me nignest In.llvlriunl score. .
during the month of Xovember. the
choice of any suit of clothes In his
store. It Is also reported that several
other merhcants will offer prises.
No amount of age or storing will make
bad whiskey good. It must be good
when made and must be stored In woo.l
and not In metal. Cyrus Noble Old
Bourbon Whiskey Is stored In ook wood
burrels. This develops Its flavors am'
tonic properties. These flavors mnke It
delicious in cocktails. Tt Is the only
American Whiskey of International rp.
W. J. Ingalls Is working hard on the
pntltton for a brl.lg. aenws Young's bay,
No definite action has been taken as
to the bxitlon. Anything for a brl.lgv
somewhere, seems to te the sentiment.
The potltlons i.pecify no ptirtlcular loea-
tlon for the brldce. which will protsibly
be decided by the county court. The
one thing Important Is that all the aim
ing voters want a bridge.
A petition of property owners for n
street to Young's bay. Is being clrcu-
lated. It is firiped to build tho new
stref-t ns an extension of Eijrhth street
south to Summit avenue, thence west to
Seventh street, and south to the bav,
thus opertng up communication wtth the
south side. An ordinance for the m.
provement of Eighth street was ,s.l !
sr,me months ago. but was vetoed by
the mnvor foe eono n,i .,,mM, .
sons. It Is believed the measur will el,nff pubI,c karn ot the ""U-nt din
now carry and will be a much needed ,nff ?rv,c ' Wisconsin Cen
vv nue too Astona Hiiniic . hmr
soelmlon h-,s fi(n h.-, r.tm w
very grateful for favors received, they
desire to thank those who have so kindly
assisted th committee In charge of the
recital given Tuesitiv evnmln F.r..ii
thanks ar duo to Miss Clam Vmm
nn,i vi fim.
Warrrn whose abilities
pianist and accomnanlst so ermtlv
uVVA to the suoces, of the evenlnir
to v, B, T.. ,fr ,.,, ..,.. ,
the orw A-i r-i,...i
........ n.-..Jt , I.l-Mllt 1.IKIU
Co. Mr. Lounsherrv an nunnl r.t tv.A r.
j. v Cn. M A T fl,., .u..
Occident hotel, the Dally Astorlan. New
nd Budget nnn f, v tv
A prominent business man, who for
good rrsons withholds his name. snM
to nn (Astorlan rv-presentritlve, "I se-
that your predictions made atoijt a year
fl;o concerning the outcome of the re
ceiverships of Western railroads are
coming th pasn. J. Plcrpont .Morgan,
WhO m eO thin uVr.lr tnr Vwr
who controls for himself n,t vnn
rtV - rbllts W) miles f ,,11, v . o,.'.
upf)er hand In tho Cnlon Pacific reor
ganlzatlon. The sale of that road take
niiea rsove-nner l. ami T nniw
President S. H. H. Clarke, of the Cnlon
pacific, says the nlans nf ih. iu,i,..i..
committee will be carried out and'tba
tm Bt-gTogated tn-anohes will be brought
back Un.Vr V. P. control. It Is mw
than piv.lrfible that, as you have stated
1 Mr. A. L. Mohler, president of the o.
it. ., rormeriy one of J. J. mil's
UeutJnanJs on the Great Northern, was
sr-r.t hero by the combine, knowing full
well what was In the future of the Orer
Northern, Northern Pacific. O. R. & N.
Oi-gon Short Linn and T.'nlon Pacific
II11I Is hi the deal with Morgan and so
Ib Tfimtlntfton. Northern Pacific hap
tie-n reorganized nd Hill Is in fh.nt
dHal. O. R. & N. Is out of the receiver's
h-ands. The TJ. P. Is coming next, nnd
the Southern will be a friendly alliance
In the NorthtcWt. Consolidation of In.
terests Is a necesnlty under present law
'All roods lead to Rome,' and all thee
roadls ktd to Astoria, through the O
R. A N. nnd Northern Paelflo. With
th Union Pacific nmln In control of n
through lirv from -the Mls-ourl river
and men IlkV; Mohler and R. W. Psir'er
In Its service, Astoria can expect to ob
tain the best po"slble resuts on Iff
trans-contlwnfil busnless, as the ter-
minus of tht Uno would I here. Pres.
Idettl Clarke has l.mg Ihh-ii ' friend
of Astoria mid no ono ha worked
hunter In our interests than 'lhh' Ras
ter. Mr. Mohler baa shown himself u
fm-ml In evrcy ''. while looking out
fM. ,h ,,icn-st of tho property In hlr
UMlh. but with tho O. It. & X
1 a terminal rtnn lor all the oomwiin nnt!-
am with all tho muewnya .en. Th.
,,,1 rnnn Axtortn ami IVrttan.l to th.
flVr wl(,t via O. It X. an.l V. V. I
portiip tho nhort an.l natural one. run
ninir iimmrh iiu mnini .ni.w. .xt
country, an.l Hvlng an outlet for 0111
pnvrncts Into a much n-l.ler iipi' o'
territory than any other line, but like
tho rlh of a fan nil these big mttrond
branch out from Astoria to nJI sc-tlons
of the t'nttl States, and the w-oulth of
trafflo sixin to pass thnnigh this port
will transform Astoria Into a great mart
of trade. Mr. Hammond has J men at
work on tho 'connetctlng link railroad,
tho new trnck-kiytng machine Is nt the
front, and I nm convinced that before
1W wv will rhle to Portland on the cars
Jlls, nrw ,, AstoHans will use their
. , . .
lines with the r-ill-,.,.!.
remains to tie
Tllkc ftdviinttlgp of IflTniail
Wise 's Red Letter Sale before it
over; you'll bo sorry if vou
Good gotxls sold war
He who hesitates will
SOIMARY OF IXnf:nTKlXESH
Auditor .Nelson yest.-nlny rtb-d hu
quarterly mrt of the city's finances,
a sumamry of which shows the follow.
Ing Interesting figures:
Miinlcluil ihnmU (excepting
(unlclpnl stre-t bonds
WtrT:ints '(excT?rg strft.
I -.'A :cj
ru t'? ''
Cash on hand $31..".?
Taxes duo j
assessments outstanding lVC) r
rHR OBJECTION NOT GOOD.
There are people who have obje.nI.ns
to advertising matter In the columns of
a newspaper. The ground of objection
Is that they J0 not want to read ad
I'nrtkAtnanl. Vrtnv . V. I -kl II t .
" ""J-"""' " u "1
K"1' f0r f":"' th-se advertise.
Tor m'ance. bow else would the trav-
tral lines between St. Paul and Chicago,
! or the general comfort of traveling over
i this popular line. For particulars call
" nearest ticket agent or addr
J. C. Pond, O. P. A.. Milwaukee, Wis,
or Geo. fl Batty. General Agent. 218
Stark street, Portland, Or.
Gi von Free
With American's Best
GREAT AMERICAN IMPORTING
571 Coinnif-rciiil Street
Free Wheels to hoys, girls, freii-
tlt.'iiieii him! ladies.
Wheels real i.'isy to get with our
Teas, 20c, the, ','); .c, -10c, TiOe
per fioiind; Coffee, 1 fic, 20c, 2"c,
j0;, .Joe, 10c jut iioiind; Sidces.
10c, ?v., 20c, 2oc .er can.
Wheels rree as good Wheels
is money can buy.
Everybody Knows that Warrenton values will soon be
doubled, It Is distinctly the best property
on the market.
Tim large level lots, surrounded by many Improvements,
at very low pikes.
Is It not a fine Investment?
A illtor. nltli hi" tpp.il atii. .How tlx
strvoi!) yiter.lay, iipiuircnlly on hN way
to tlx. west end of the city.
I'oinmenclng t.nlav un.l com liming for
tho next tM days, Sliauahail lr. lll
offer tho greatest Kirg.tlns In plimh ca(e
over known In Astoria. Hew their new
ad In today's paper.
TO Cl'HK A rot.P IN OXK PAV
Take Ijatlve Urotno Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money If It fall
to cure' Sic. For sale by Chutlca Hog r.
AX AITKAt. FOR CI.OTHIXO.
Help the poor and needy by sending
clothing to the parlors of the W. C.
T. I". In Rescue hall on niy Thursday
from t p. m. till i p. m.
XOT1CK TO T1IH STOCK IIOI.DF.RS OF
TI1F. FISHF.IIMKX S PACKIXO CO,
Nolle. Is hereby given to tha st'k
holders of the Fishermen's Packing Co.
that a regular a nit.il meeting will be
held nf their eltlce nt Asti.rla. Oregon,
the 2Uh day of Ociobvr. I1T, nt 9 o'. li k
n. m., for the purKo of el.vttng a board C. C
of directors and transacting other busi
ness that nny come before the lueetli'.g.
Al'fl. Milli:itO. Becrotnry.
Astoria. Or.. Sept. . IW.
CROl'P yl'Ii'KI.Y t'l'llEM.
Mountain Olen. Ark. Our children were
suffering wtth croup when w. received
a bottle of Chamberlnln'e Cough Remedy.
It afforded nlmoet Instant relief. F. A.
Thornton. This celebrated remedy Is for
sale by Estes-Conn Drug Co.
Notice '.s bi'i.l.y given that nil ipinr
tcrly licenses are now due and payable
to the Chief of Police at his oWce, and
If not paid within ten days from dale
of this notice, a penalty of 25 per cent
lol.llllonitl will be charged.
II. E. NELSON.
Auditor ml Police Judge.
Astoria, Or.. October S. 1W7.
When going EiLHt travel on the North-
vrn ltH w v Qui' V time an I the
only line runnln-,- dining curs. Tru:u
I lenv Portland da.ly nt 11 o'cj.ick ti. in.
Northern I'.u-ific rilii iii.l tr... ., ,
Portland daily at II o'clock n. m f r
Tacutr.a. S',xkaii", ond lie F.isr. CI .st
conn.H-t n mad.' at S; nliniio f r I'oss.
land, Xels.in. Psmlo.v and Itr1tlh (.i
Itimbla mining ca.ni.s For mnps and
Information 'nil ,n or nd Iress
C W. f-'ToNK.
FAIR WARNING '
Take inhimtiipe f Ileriiinn,
Wise's Red Ix ttcr Suit- lt fore it
is orer; you'll l.r sorry if yoti,
don't! Good joods sold' way,
down ! Ho who lii sitiites will
A pain In the chest Is nature's warning ,
that pneumonia Is threatened. Dampen
piece of flannel with Chamberlain's i
Pnln Rnlm and bind over the seat of the ,
pain- and another on the back between I
tho shoulders, and prompt relief will fol-
low. Sold by ICstcs-Conn Drug Co.
Tho Chlcngo Record's boog for fold I
ssek'TS Is now ready. A reader of this j
hook will know more of Alaska and th.
wonderful Klondike district than he could I
learn by months of personal observation I
and research on the ground. In compar
ison with other works on the subject It
Is the "Webster's DtoLonory of Alaska,"
a perfect and peerless volume, at once
the model and despair of rival publishers.
It tells of the richest and moat exten
sive gold fields the world has ever
knowa How they were discovered Fields
yet unex plorcd -Tim years' work al
ready In sight-Where Is the mother lode?
The fortunes already made The mil
lions to be taken out next year How to
get then It. R fare and other exxpenses
from all pol-,iis Medical hlrrta Climate
Officii! maps Government reports All
land and wafer routes Projected rail-
ro.uls Mining laws Customs. In brief.
nil that Is known of this wonderfdl land
or fabulous wealth. It Is the niy au-
tbintlc, practical book, official and en-
domed. About C00 pages. Handsomely
loutid In art rocivas rice, $1.60.
Agents are wanted to handle this val
uable work. It Is a chance of a life
'Irne. Experb nco Is not necessary, as
full .nstrur.t.lons nro sent and th whole
pnople. are clamoring for the book. Bf
ii'.rfs from ngi-nls Just started show wnn
I.rful success. Sales run ns high as 20
books nn boor. lilg commissions aid
valuable premiums are allowed. Credit
In given and freight paid. It Is an (,ppor
niiilty lo gain a competence In a short
time. The book Is not sold through book
s'.orcs or newHpaers. Complete canvass
ing outfit w.ll bo mailed for 20 ce.vts,
.':impa. To plans whore we have no
agent a full copy of the book will be
K'-rit to Rim: nmers, prepaid, on recelp' of
pil -v. Address, exa-tly, Monroe Book
Company, department K, ?1B. Chlcngo, I
IRE ASTORIAN INT COLUMNS
WANTKI It. Ilal.lo till I for genital
hoimewoik; rlrt -,los Mages to 11 1 t -class
cook. Iteferriiers te.nilrr.l. Ap.
lily wt Astoflnu ottlee.
Cnllriwd hands wantMl far luinifHtlats
work on truck. Apply at room 4. Fla'
block. A. A C. II. It. R
t.oHT- .Milk account
at Astorlan ottt. e.
l'X'lt RK.XT-FurulshtHl rooms.
suite or WtiKle. by the day or m.wi'h
Hotel Tithe, under emlre n.w manage
ment. timtt reluctlon In rates. Mrs
O. V. IHirter, manager. Cr. Eleven'
ATT"RXICV AT LAW.
i undersoil Hull ling.
441 Commercial slis't.
Chester V. Dolph Illchacl N'iss
IM'I.I'II A NIXoN.
ATTOHNEYS AT LAW.
Portland. Oregon. It. a. M and r.
Hamilton Itiilldlug. All legal and eo
lection busln s promptly atlend"d te
Claims against the government sp
I lt. JAY Tl'TTL-K.
PHYSICIAN AXl Bt'lHiEON
office, rooms I ami 4. I ytl.l.in bt.lldi
i.'A'l Coliimeicial St. Residence same
Acting assistant surgeon V. H. Ma
rtue hospital Her vice.
j. q a. nowt.BT,
ATTORNEY AND COl'NHEUH:
Offlc. on Itond street. Astoria, I'i
1!'.. ii. H. ESTKM.
I'llYHK IAX AN!) Hl'Ri.KON
Stieclal attention to diseases of wome
iifTlce over Pans'g, rs store, Ast.jri.
Telephone No. U
UR. II. L. IIKXPERHON.
OfTlre. Kinney llulldlng. Asiorta
m,: 11 to t and t to J p. m
7 to a.
Special iittmloii given to th. treatment
of DisawiK-s of the Eye Chronic I Ha
ras.!, and Surgery.
H A. SMITH.
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building
over C. H. Cooper's store.
JOHN T. LIOHTER.
ATTOIINE Y-AT-LA W.
Offlce, upstairs, Aslorlan llulldlng.
TEMPLE I)I)OE NO. T. A. V. an.
, M -Regular communications h.ld ot.
CI. W. LOITNBI1EHRY,
E. C. IIOLDEN, Hecretary
NOTICE OF COMPLETION A Nil AC
OLTTANl'K OF MIA IN IN
Notice Is hereby given thut H. Nortnll
oontruotor for tlm (smstructlou of
drain In MeClure's Astoria, under th
provisions of ordlnajico i'M, on ihe I2t
liny of f)ctid-r, IMC, Ill.-d In the oftlw
of tho Auditor and Pollen Judge of 111
City of Astoria, the certificate of tli
city Surveyor ami 8uM-rliitmdeiit
BtrcotH, approved by tho Commit! co
KlrK-tS and liibllc Ways, on tlwi com
Plotlon of tho "M.ciuro Uniln."
After the expiration of tho time hern
Innfter specified. If no objectons to th
ncceptnneo of such work bo Hid an
tho Common Council shall deem sue
Improvement properly completed. s
cording lo the contract and plans in
piicfiiifiition in.Teror, ine name may
Objections to tho acceptance of sal
drain or nny part thereof may bo flic,
In tho office of tho Auditor nnd Police
Judge on or beforo Friday, October IS,
If. I!. NEftoX
Auditor and Police Judge.
Astoria, Oregon, October IS. lKfrT,
Trvn r-'m,mii ' o r i n i i : mm
j' ;e;ti, ar.A 1 rode-Marka oltaind and alt Pal-
rut bminFMconductrd (or Modckatc ftt9.
invrribin vrruin u. . rTiiT vrrici
1 neianur- me ijatcitt in lti tinio lliau Uur
jremotc (ritn Wuihinjttm.
p Scud nrxicl, dritwifttf or photo,, with dtrrlp
stfi'Ui. Wa Aflvite. if Mitrritnldr! or nut. trrm oi
LhzTn. Our fee rift due till imtrnt ii Kcurrd.
A PsMfHLtr, " J"W " Ot.in Wtents," wtth
cmt lit tunta m trie u. & ana luragn couoinei
tnt free, Addrru, j
Oes. Pstcmt Orriec, Wssminoton. D. C.
oiveh cnotcB or
Via Spokane and St. Paal
Via Ogden, Denver and
Omaha op Kansas City.
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Cars
Astoria to San Franelboo.
Columbia. Huiul.iy, Heptmitber 4.
Ntale of t'lillfornta, Friday. Heptember II.
I'olumbla, We.liu.s.lay. Hnptntulier It
Ntato uf Callfornln, Monday, Septem
ColuiiiliLt, Saturday, Heplaitiber IB.
Hlale of t'nllfornla. Thurs.Uy, rlnplrnv
t'oluiiibln. Tue.tdny, t t..tM.r 6.
Slate of California, Hun. lay, Ovlolwr II
For rats, and nsrat Inrurinsiion ssJt
co sr address
a. W. LOUNtUtKltHT,
W. II. IIUHMlirilT.
dsn. Pas Agt., PortUnd r
THIS RAILWAY CoMI'ASY
Mip.nuos lis tra.ua oil ttw famous bio. a
Lights Its trains by el-eti I, liy tluougk-
I 'sr. ttw celnhrated erirlc berth r4
Ittitis std.'ii.lldly riptlptml passenger
I rul n every day and night Mwcso
Ht. Paul and I hl.-ugo; tin
CIIICAliO. MILWAt'KEK A 8T. PAl'L
Also oerntcw stei.iii-li0a;ed vsetlliulvd
trains, carrliua th. Iit.-st private com
ixirtnient curs. I.brury turret moktng
cars, and pala. . drawing room simpers.
Parlor cars, free t.cl ldng chair cars aod
the vvry Imi dining car 'rvlce.
For lowest nu.s U any pIM In tho
I'n.l'l Stale or Canada, apply to
ticket iigont, or address
C. J. EliOY. tlen ral Ag-ot.
J. W. OAHtiY, T. P. A
I'm t land. Oregon.
-ARE Yot! tlol.N'll EAST? --ARE
Vol.' tlol.N'll EASTI--AllE
Yot? IIOINO EASTt-
l'a surn and s.v ihnt your
i. k"t rad Tin
THE NollTH-W INTERN LINE
THE NollTILWIvSTERN LINE
HE NORTH -VtfTEItN LINK
THE NOI'TII-WrSTLIlN LINE
CHICAGO. ST. PAUL,
This Is lb.
OR EAT SHORT LINE
ULLL'TH. SAINT PAW CHICAUO
And ull Pulitls East and South.
Their MaaluVo.it Track, Peerless VsaO
bukl lurmg and Sleeping far
Trains ami Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME"
Have given this road a natloiuil nputa
tlon. All cl.iasisi of pasners crrt4
on thu v. si. Imled trains without sura
charge. Ship your frvtgbt and lrvi
over thU famous line. All iigeuts buy.
F. C. BAVAUE. T. F, and P. A.
W. II. MEAD. Oenenil Agent,
J Washington Bt Portbuid. Ofk
. . VIA . .
Library Car Route
AMERICA'S SCENIC LI NIS.
Tha all-rail route to Kootenai ni I ulnar
district, via Seattle and Spokane
Shortest and Quickest Line
St. Paul, Minneapolis,
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Through Palace and Tourist
Sleepers, Dining and Library Obacrva.
BHEItVICE AND BCKNKKY UNKAQUKI.KD
For tickets and full Information call.
on agent O. II. & N. Co. or address
A. n. C. DKNNI8TON,
C. P. ft T. A., Portland. Or
R. C. STEVENS. O. W. V. A.. RcH1.
Lr.dlc Vv'ho Va!uo
A refined complevlo-i r,u .i.u:j! u.nns PowJ
. I rr'iilu :-.i. !-.:..,.! !;i.iitirnl akin.