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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OOTOHEU 20, 1897.
J. V. MARIEIN S CO
Groceries, Meat and . . .
N502 FRANKLIN AVEINUE
We meet all prices. Call
A Large Variety
Call and See -Out Nobby High!
School Waiting Boot
At tfce Oil Reliable Stand.
John Hahn & Co.
1 479 Commercial St.
A. V. ALLEN.
Groceries, Feed, Fruits,
Oor.Teath -and -Commercial street.
367 Commercial St
Chinese and Japanese Curios, Fine
Dooorated China Ware, Silk
Manufacturers of Ladies' and
Gent's Sharts Made to Order.
Rain-, southerly gates on coast
Abo all Light
C. H. Orkwiti
4ti 11"AN C Pilots cat In two.
The bounteous golden corn,
'With tta "banner of green and Its silken
Sprang at the son's behest
Bath Dean Proctor.
Try Schilling's Best lea and baking powder.
For Dress Goods, go to Dunbar's.
Fine cabbage for kraut at Ross, Hlg
glns ft Co. 'a
A. Bremner, the logger, was In
W. B. Edwards and wife returned from
Groceries at the lowest prices at the
Pacific Grocery Co.
Bicycle and repair shop I
street Charges reasonable.
ask for sample of Chose A Banbom'f
famous teas, at Ross, Hlgglns Co.'.
Our prices are the lowest in th. olty.
CaIt and se us. Pacific Grocery Co.
We carry the best line of school
shoes in the city. Columbia Shoe
Mr. B. A. Seaborg and family left for
Portland last evening to make a short
Large derricks are being built at the
Plavel dock for handling coal for the
new Oriental steamers.
The ladles of the M. E. church will give
a tea this afternoon, from two to live,
at the residence of Mrs. Hawthorne.
Dare you use alum-chcnp
baking powder for the fcur!
you give your husband and
Had you better waste your
money on weak-cheap baking
Ask your grocer about Schil
lings BeU money-back baking
A Schilling Bt Company
Suits to order,
PailtS to order.
from $3.00 P
..FLYNN, the Tailor.:
. . . General Merchandise
and see us and be convinced.
November Delineators at Dun-
W. a Slier, of Portland, spent jester-
day to th. olty.
Now is the time when the stove dealer
1 are too busy to eat
At the boiling alleys yesterday Mr.
Srlne scored 47. and C. H. Cooper S.
Wnv Shock, of Cathtamet, was In th
eitv vsterdr a guest of the Parker
P. J. Meany. th leading merchant
ailor, 1!? Tenth St The highest price
paid for fur aUoa.
Dry fir slab wood for sale. Astoria
Land & Investment Co.. Commercial and
Eighth streets. Teielpbone JS.
Go to the Parlor, K-ueesm to C B.
Smith, for pure, tweet cream and fresh
creamery butter and buttermilk .very I
Furnished room to rent with good table I
board, at reasonable rates, at Mrs. E. C.
Holden's. corner of Duane and Ninth
New, at Columbia Shoe Co.,
Laird, Schobcr it Co.'s ladies fine
It is reported that Mr. P. J. McGowan.
the veteran cannery man of the Columbia
river. Is dangerously H at his home in
This cool weather induces one to an.
predate the comforts of a hot-air stove.
J. N. Laws has a superior article.
which be Is selling cheap.
Three candidates were put through the
paces last night at the regular meeting
of the ECks. It is needless to say that
j there was plenty of fun.
Mr. Welmen. the carpenter who was
Injured Monday by fallng from the Car-
ruthers building, is Improving and Is I
thought to be out of danger. I
A carload of "Hot Blast" and "Queen-
heaters received: latest improvements. I
Do not buy before comparing quality I
and price. Fisher Brothers, sale agents.
Seal, calfskin and crack-r-roof
-w . , , ,,
win miner miuvs iur lames, vo-
lumbia Shoe Co.
It Is unrstod that the "Push" society
wtl take up the question of the reduc-
Hon of water rates to meet the times
and bring them to th.) basis of other
When you want a real life-like and
artstlc photo, don't fafl to call on Snod-1
frass. The work he i. turning out now
ls ahead of anything ever made in As
Fred has made arrangements to deliver
eysfters to any part of the city for 25
cents a pint. Eastern, on half shdl, also
crabs, clams. Shoal water bay crawfish.
Open tig Jam. Opposite Astori.in.
The boys and girls are pr-parlng for
Ha:we'en parties not the coarse ob-
JecHonaWe Jokes of which none but hobos
and backwoods Indian would be guilty
but the good old-fashlom-d parties and
gatherings wher9 wholesome fun is the
taw of the hour.
Captain Jacobsen. the JoHy partner of
Contractor WakefleM. arrived in the city
yesterday on a visit from Coos bay. The
TT, "ZTZ ,'n Kr tm nearty
- ,wu sui;n rougn exper
ience driving pile for the raih-oad along
tne city water front. Mr. Wakefield was
ore 10 meet dm, and together with the
raCroad offldata they held quite a recep
tion, jne captain says that the Jetty
wmcn tney are building for tlw govern
ment at Coos bay Is now noting com
pletion and win be finished in another
six weeks. Th, work Is being done up
10 ttot nighest Style of the art and It
Is confidently expected that it will more
than meet all the requirements of the
There Is much good feeln!, thnone-ho,,..
. an-i county over ,the splendid
"""' "'"ainea ny tho Nehalem hop
growers this season. Magnlflcent crops
and high price, have been tho rule. The
jua y of hop, raised hero comnare fa.
vorabiy with anything ever rilfed In the
celebrate,! PuyaMup valley, and It seem
probalte that the acreage be ,
creased. Growers shm.ia . u. , 1 .
aged by one or
up an their lines, as did several Vh.
Iem ranchers last year. They must stick
to it. as he who does . ,ir rfe.nee
he.i. th. -.
- ' no crop nrodueed In I oft
h stat,, that wn vVU mo P "
the long run than hon. r.
vatl. Hop, and hog, m Clatsop county
win make Wg wage, for the farmers. as
Th circuit ctourt wg meet tomorrow.
Dent's Gloves in all new nhtulcs
Alex. Orant has returned frnin a week'
vlstf to hi. ranch.
Wm. Chadwtck, ana wife returned from
Lightship No. W will be ready to iro
on th th l.tnt of the vwk.
Tempi Lodge No. 7. A. F. A A. M
held to regular meeting lAt night.
Umbrellas covered and repaired by a
practical workman, at 1SS Ninth street.
Mr. Dan Ros will leave out on th
State this morning for San Francisco.
J. C. Adams, of Clatsop Ctly. was over
yesterday and mopped at the Parker
R. Pnfltisch, of Portland. was In th
city yesterday, with headquarters at the
Aahland peaohe. cheap and good : also
a large supply of other fine fruit at
Ross, lltgglns A Co,
C. O. Palmbenr. the leading contractor
and builder, U prepared to do all kind
of Jobbing and building work; O Duane
in tne county ch'rk offlce Kal Ilclk-
ktls, a native of Russia, declared hi in-
tentlon of becoming
a cltlien of the
Roporta received yesterday stoded tlmt
good progress te being made with the
Potrimpua, and that before muny moona
eh wtll be successfully floated.
Miss Mar' E. Smith has been added
to the corps of teachers at the Aider.
brook school, and Miss Annie O'NeiH
has been appointed a snubsttttite.
The big logging engine which has been
built by the Columbia Iron works for the
Seaside Lumber Co., will be ready for
shipment the Catter part of the week
I Clams, cmbe. craw.flsh. En stern oys
ters tn shell and Shoal water bay oysters
I ar. what you get at the Eatock. Oysters
cent a pint Open till I a. m. Oppo.
The reports received from the front
yterday 'were that the construction
or" tnrougn wind s.ough Is progressing
wtffl an contractor Wakefield is get.
nng wi along wltn tne bridge. More
men are being employed every day. and
soon the gap between Blind slough and
Clifton wiu be closed.
The Astoria Progressive ComnMTclad as
sociation will meot tonight In special
session and will take up the Young's bay
bridge matter. It Is hoped that an agree,
merit can be reached satisfactory to the
county court. There is no doubt but
what sufficient signatures to the petitions
for a bridge have been secured the lica-
,lon U th hln-
The matter of high Insurance rates In
Astoria, where no Area ever occur.
being put In shape for presentation to the
Push society for action. Business men
are convinced that th-? excessive fire In
surance rates are keeping many enter
prises out of A.sbrla. Con oil could
hanlly make Astoria's planked docks an.l
streets burn, yet the cltlsens nre paring
more in premiums each year than would
reimburse the losses In about ten years
Mr J- IngnTls. the active, spirit In
circulating the petition amonest legal
voters for a bridge across Young's bey.
was in the city yesterday, and reported
than up to 1ate 13S4 signatures had bwn
Z JT?l, I
talned by Saturday. At Fort Stevt-ns
secured, leavng about 200 more to be oh-
Ingalls was cordially received by Cap.
Hegardt and the captnln of the life
saving crew, and many signers to the
potlton were found. All who have not
already put itheir names to the document
trhould do so at once, as the bridge means
increased prosperity for Astoria and the
courrtry on the West Side, and the Lew,,
and Clarke. I
That there Is a movement, on foot to
control the price of Columb river sai
With American's Best
GREAT AMERICAN IMPORTING
571 Commercial Street
irr0 'ltjl.u r, !,,,.. ;rIu ,.
. . ' ."- ,''.-
emen livl ladlt-8.
XIGC'IS real (;tt.SV 10 L'et Wltl) OUT
Teas, 20c, 2;C, SUc, 35c, -10c. 0c
ner nnnnrl- CViffV-o 1 So 9fb. 9".
,-v,. , , ' I
- or,. AC ..,.,!. CJ-:
Z " ' 1'""""' "lm
1UC - V)C Ht I'L'r Cal-
tiet',s ree KOf U heel
money can OUV,
mon la established beyond doubt. Mr.
J. F. Mo Govern, of the firm of lvuiteid,
MoOovern A Co., Now York, who has
been In the city for some weeks, said
last night that ha had been working tip
an agreement among th ounnerymen
as to the sale of the- produv-l. Noth.
lug definite has ns yet been done In I lie
matter. "I only started out to get
thm together on sole, and offered to
handle the entire output on a cerluln
basis, but have only Ihhh the n!UMt:ry
In the mat tor. and as I tiM one of the
oannerymvit toil.ty. 1 lxv a.kM noth.
tng of them, and after aiircclng upon
tho proposition they might iiptnt some
one else to hand). their goods at halt
my price. Thr are no strings tied to
them. I dkl not authorise the recent
statements made In tvgurd to the mat
ter. but some weak sister must have
given It away .other Nid mort sene. 1
dkl not want anything said slnuit It tin.
ID Nin-ombor 1. I haw four concern
committed and cttn hon.llo their htislne..
whatewr tho others do. It U protvtHe
the principal canneries will J,.n In on
thw sale prttoslton. Of course the
svhvme carries with It a pr.pwltlon for
a gnerl contMne of the canneries as to
on-n.,.on or tneir p.ants under their
own boarvl. but that Is entlr.4y an after
matter ami one for them to d.vlde. The
sah M.IWon and regulation of prices
I think me,.t with genera: approval, hut
has not been sottVd, further ...an I In
stated, and th other Is altogether prod
lcnmtlcal and Indefinite."
PtWAt. TF.I.EOK.U'H COMPANY.
Astoria. tit. 19,-tl-Mltor Atorlan )-ln
trartl to an article appenrlnar In your
vo.iml.le paper of today about tie "UMv
.Ute" tivecrnph line along the railroad j
gra.kv It dov seem to me that the word- '
Ing of the article In qmr.tl.in whs, to any
tlh. ksist, a Utile unnecessary, ami ,
-oii?d appear as a distinct slur at the '
company I hav the h.vi.r to rorx.'nt.
We have a now and strictly first .c!
tWegraph lino Into Astoria, and Inns,
much a nearly an tho Postal wires
throughout tho Vnlte.1 States are bultt
overland, and not on railroad grade,
and w have an established reputation
for rapM and flrst-dnss strvlce, I fall
to where a railroad grade Is neces.
sary for an "up-to-date" line.
Tours most respect fully,
JOHN R. CLARK.
M.inneer Postal Teh-graph Co.
CITY COl'Ni-II, MKKTINO.
CommwnHal Street Extension 1lvn An.
other Push Along.
At the adjourned meeting of the city
council yrstvrtny afternoon aU of the
members, except Thompson, were pres
ent. Mayor Taylor presiding.
The O. It. A N. Co., through Its at
torneys, made application for uWd to
property purchased by It on Monday at
the sale made by the chief of police of
tho lots assessed for-the extension of
Commen-4il stret. The application was
referrol to the commllten on ways and
moans which ,M on r-tsrtr.. reeom.
mending the gantlng of the dee.ls. which
L Ixlm k presenb-d a bill for tt' S'.
costs In th rose of thn City vs. I.-. k.
which was referred to th. committee on
wnys and means.
Ttw iisimJ cancerutlnn or.l.r of differ.
ences between the M.'Cnnns and the A.
A C. R. It. It. In the assessment of Un-
etlts and .lam.iB-s on the Commerel.il
stre,t extension was entered
I'nder suss-nslon of the rules an or.ll-
nancn was passed accepting the or k-r of
the A. ft C. R. R. R for Jiio. in set.
tiement of tho Commenis! stn-"t a.e.
men' against tho property ,.f Murgar-i
An ordinance was read the first and
second times opproprintlnir from the
Commercial strv.it extension fund the
following amounts: J;une W. Welch.
Rirah F. WwkI. ;t.-: Frank Patton." trii
tec. i(0: John W. Welch. $no.
An fcrdtnnnco confirming the special '
assssment Mil No. 19 for the Improve-
ment of Thlrty.thlrd. Thlrtv.nfth and
Harrison avenue was read the .third time
an-1 pnasn). ,
The report of the chief of police of the
sale of property assessed for the ert,.n-
slon of Commercla! stre,-, wa, read snd
A resolution wa adopted ,to Improve
r-utrun inn Seventh streets, ns propose
ovr the hill to Young's hoy.
A resolution was adopted fixing the reir-
ular mssMlngs of the common council for
r.nmy. . .tf,rr 22. Krlday, October
at :.W p. m.
and therwifter the flr.t
and rhlrd Fridays of each month. Mc.
Oregor voted against ,;ho resolution.
It Is understood a special meeting will
he called for artmT,oon .t0 further
The chang In tho order of m.tln
for the month and the specials nrn fo.
the purpose of expediting tho Commer.
cu ,trw-t extension, but a prominent
attorney said ut nlirht that as the char
ter provided n,M all changes In he reg.
ular order of business renliv-d on,.n
mous vote, and a one member VOfed
against rtie prrnmsi!lon to make xlra
regular meeting, any titum taken on
thoso lines would render Mem! nnw
1"rs In thn Commercial street extension
matter and throw the whole cost on th,
OAMFlfl FOR HALLOWEEN.
Any Innocent Joke, perpetrated !n a
siarit of friendly mWchf, wm ,.,
Halloween nlglrt. The Idea of ), oM,.n
time centered around the firing ot
lad and IaK-. hence the chestnut w. re
put before tho flro to st th-, ftrft r
those whoso name, they fre; f ,fl(.y
burned steadily the courtship ,1,) K
well: (f ,.y , ;,Uiir, ,,, ,.() lry( f
true love wou'd no. run smooth, ilmd.
glasses. i'h hesldr, (hem. should
be placed hero and 'there, o that the
modern Eve may eat her appk, and
wait for A-lam to r-ep over her slmul-d-r.
Greater pleasure, however, will be
found In tho game whb-h ail miy ,,!nv
The tub of water, wllh flrratlnir i,o,.l.-
which must liftwl out by tho teeth
alone, and the fork suspended from the
ceiling, with Its lighted candle at on
'Ml and the from which a bite
U to be taken, at the other, will cans
much merriment. The search for the
ring In flour Is also much enjoyed. The
flour containing the ring Is packed upon H
large platter. The guests each cut off a
lice with a knife, and the one uncov-
Mca on application.
.-ring the ring must ptck It up with his
U'tid. moiled In Mine Iron kxiih. may
lw dropi'.! In water, and fortune told
from lh, ehaixs lilch ll assume.
(r(Nl, MIW,WII my I had l.y plac.
ltf ,Wl, ..u-korvnuts. alwul three ineliea
ttwr, , h,Nle,, i front ,.f an open
; . u.,K,m,i to rrpr.weiU the
I ...-i .- i. .here ami ih. othee
her as yet undorclared. but meitlally
ch-wn. lover Should the nut burn
brightly, a. happy marriage will result.
Should Die nut tmnnxl after the mall
Jump towurd the nut named after Ihe
girl. sh tmiy exxvt a prHal before
the n-Tt now moMi.-.rfulle' Home Jour,
PAN'liKH IN 8iA
Results Homellme Follow
Common soda Is all right In Its 0.i.-e
asd ImllspcnsaU In tho kitchen n.
for cooking nd washing purpoar. hut
It h never lnteink.1 for a medicine,
and peoe hi "so It a eilch will ome
day !gTet It.
We ref -r to lh common un of aola
to rellew heartburn or sour to:n.vh. a
habit which thousinil uf p.pl prac
II. e almost it.iily. and one which I
fraught wlih danger, morover th
soda only gives trmirary rollef and In
the end the stomach tmuble get worse
Tho slui acts a a mechantrnl Irri
tant to the wads of the stoin u-h snd
bowel and cai are on record when. II
acrumulatel In (he Intestlm-s, entiling
death by Inflammation or nerltonltl.
Ir llartandson r-commend n Ihe
Siiest and sun-st cure f-r sour stomach
(aold dysw,i) an e.-ellent nrepra.
tlon sold by druggists under Ihe nu n"
of Stuart's fyswla TiMet-.. Th-e
taKets are large 9 grain oieng--s. very
pleasant to taste and contain th
"rnl acids, tw-ptone and digestive ele.
ments essential to good digestion, and.
when taken after meals thev digest the '
f'd rfvt'.y and promptly before It '
has time to ferment, sour and ilm j
,h Mtl and nervous system. j
Dr. Wuerth stat.-s that he lnv.iii.ihiy I
"se Stuart's Iie.la Tablet In sll
cnes of stntmw h ili-raiur- meiit and i
"nds them a certain cum not -in'y for !
sour stomach, but by promptly dlee.t- j
I"g tho fisxl they cr-.ite a h.-althy a).
Petite. Incn-asn fl-sh. and strengthen the
action of tho heart and liver. They are I
not a cathartic, but Int-nded only for I
stomach disease and we.iknes.. nn l i
wU he found ratable In aoy :om irh ,
trouble except i nncrr of the stonirh.
AH druggists sell Stuart's Dysp'-p.r'a Tnh-
!eis at TA ts. per package.
A little look iles-rll.lng all form of
stomach wenknrs nnd their cure
mailed fre.. yy nddresstnr the Stunrt
Company of Marshall. Mich.
TO Cl'Ri: A COI.D IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablet.
All druggists refund the money If It falls
to cure; 25c. For sale by Charles n r'rs
On June 24 wheat mM at KW.r t K..
i sines .old m n rmj. rx
or 11.975 on lO.Oro bne,,. )M0 would have'
i , ...
i iiiuue mis amount ny our system of join!
' Investment accounts since June . Why
not try this system and Increase your
Income? Amount of 13) and upward
I Our Information Is of such character
land from such source as to make It .n-
tlrely reliable. Write for particulars. J.
O. Knowlton & Co., grain brokers, 362
California street, s.in Francisco.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If 1t fall
to cure- 26c. For aale by Charles Rogers.
Report of the Condition
First National Bank
A t At'.rla. In the State of Oregon, at His close
Of lJUilliew, Oetols.r.'i, It7.
loans and dlicounts ,
Overrtrafls .eeiireil and un.eeiiri'ii"
I'. H. Itoml. to cerure elreiilalioli.....
rreimiiin in. It H. hniiils
, A.IW MO
l. mo no
miN-i,, "eeriruies, etc
(Hher Ileal hsfate and .MortKKt
' -Vl III.-, ,
Ine from national banks iiot 'reserve
, aysnii) 4s,ino "
Due from stale hanks una lismiun -i -n
Hue from approved reserve aitent ,.'m I"
l M-ek ami other , H.h Items Kr2 00
Nolof other national bank Ill of)
Mf-kelssiid cents 'U Vt
l.A wrtri. Monkv Rrsricvk iw Hxiig, Viz
?eele f7 470 m
uvai tender nou-s 1,01,2 on 79,2 on
Ifeiletnptlon fun, I with V. H Tn-uAiirer
( percent . of circulation)... K,i K
T",!4I vttn;no ;r,
Capital tock paid In
t M.OOO 00
t'lidlvlded iirollis less ex-
peoses and taxes
National hank notes out-
line to Hl llaiiks'and
Jrtrli vI.IiinI deposits miti.
ject to cheek fl'i.OOS 99
I'erns, d certllli Hlen of dv-.
lolt . ' At IrA ul -ttlo lit af.
I ertllled c Necks 210 00
Total l7i,370 75
State of Oreiot, i
Coiinly of Clai.op, f
I. -i. S.florilon, cashier of the above named
hank, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment Is true 10 llii-ls st of mv kimwledite and
kellef. a. s fl'lilKO.V.Cn-hler.
Muhserlbed and sworn to tii-p.re me I Ills (Ith
- av of ( wlota-r, Ilf7.
HKAL r. R. THOMSON,
, Notary Pul'lls.
W. M. I,AII, ,
J o HA-HIOKV Director.
JOI'N A. IJKVU.V, ) 1
Everybody Knows that Warrenton values will soon be
doubled, It is distinctly the best property
on the market.
.Fine large level lots, surrounded by many Improvements,
at very low prices.
Is It not a fine Investment?
THE ASTORIAN MT COLUMNS
WANTUI-HtrnpiH-r and splksr to
work on rallrtHid. Apply at room 4.
FOR RKNT-Fumlhe.I front room with
fire. Conlrnl location. Inquire at A,
FOR IlKNT-Furnlshed nami., n
suits or single, by the day or mt'ilh.
Hotel Tlghe, under entire new manage
ment. Ureal reductimi Id rate.. Mr
Q. V. Porter, manager. C. rieventfc
ATTOHNET AT LAW.
H. T. cnosuT.
441 Comiusrclal stieet
Chesur V. Dolph. Illchard Nliea
l)1,1 ' 1 1
ATTOHNEY8 AT LAW.
Portland, Oregon, II. B. M snd tt
Hamilton llulldlng. All legal and eol
Isctlon buln ss promptly attsodsd la
Claim, against the government a rpe
lalty. t JAY TUTTLE.
PHYSICIAN AND BUROEON
Omce, rooms I and t, Pythian builJg
Uli Commercial St. Residence asm
Acting assistant surgeon U. S. Ma
rlne hospital service.
Q A. ROWLBY.
ATTORNET AND COl'NBKLOR
Office on Bond street Astoria, Or.
DR. O. B. ESTRfl.
PHYSICIAN AND HURGRON.
Special attention to dlseasee of womes
Office over Danilgar'. store. Attoris
Telephone No. U.
DR. H. L. HENDERSON,
Office. Klnnty Building.
7 to I a. m.; 11 to t and S to T p. m.
Special altenlon given to th. treatmsoi
of Diseases of the Eye Chronic Dis
eases, and Surgery.
H. A. SMITH.
I Room. 1 and 2, Fythlan Building
0VM C. H. Cooper', .tor.
JOHN T. LIOHTER,
Office, upstairs, Aitortan Building.
TEMPLE LODOK NO. T. A. F. an.
A. M. Regular communications held ou
the first and third Tuesday .vsnlng of
O. W. LOUNHDKRRY. W. M
B. C. HOLDEN. Secretary.
. ..VIA . .
Library Car Route
AMERICA'S SCENIC LINE.
Car a Is
Th. all-rail rout, to Kootenai mining
district, rla Seattle and Bpokan.
Shortest and Quickest Iiine
St. Paul. Minneapolis,
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Through Palace and Tourist
Sleepers, Dining and Library Obsarva
IHKIlVICK ANK SCKNKHY UNEAQUK.I.KD
For ticket, and full Information call
on agent O. R. A N. Co. or address
A. B. C. DENNISTON,
C. P. ft T. A., Portland, Or
R. C. STEVENS. O. W. P. A., Seattle.
BREHNER & HOLMES
Telephon No. 92.
Special Attention Paid to Steamboat R.
pairing, First class Horseshoeing, Etc,
Logging Camp Work a Speciality.
aivEs ciioicii or
Via Spokane and St. Paul
Via Ogdeo, Oanver and
Omaha op Kansas City.
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers
Free Reclining Chair Ca
Astoria to San Franaisao.
Stain of (Vllforu a, Welues,.iy. Oc.
t'oliiinUa, MiHslii), i.iul-r ZU-
Mtata of Cullfomla, Hnlunlsy, io.i
Odumlg. Thursday, N'ovnlnhor t
Hut of fiillfumu, Tun.luy, Nuvanv
(VilumlSa, Hunday, Kiivnmlier It
Slat of CNtllfornla. Friday, Noveml-!
ColiimMa, We.lniw.Uy. NoveinlT U.
Stole of Oillfnrnla, Monday. Novm
For rats, ana general torormatlea ee
co ar sdiires.
O. W. LOUNHRKHftY,
W. 11. HtTRLBL'RT.
Oea. Paa Agt. Portland. Or.
I THIS RAILWAY COMPANY
' OperatM Its train on th famous bio. a
Light II traltu by tlectrk-liy througa-
t'rs the relebralvd electric Iwrth read-
Run ipl. n,ll,!y equlpo.l puaeiigsr
train ry day and night brtweM
! Bt Paul and Chk-ngo; ttv
CHICAOO, MILWAUKEE A HT. PAUL
AUo opratee tat.m.iaiod Vsstlbuled
trains, carrylnjj the luteal private com
purl mon t cars, l.hrury buffet smoking
tars, and rla '. drawing room alecpara
Parlor cars, free reclining chair car. aad
th. very best dining oar servlo.
For lowest rates to any point In lh
Un.tod States or Canada, atply to
ticket agent, or address
C. J. EDDY, Oeneral Ag-t.
J. W. CASEY. T. P, A.
ARB YOU OOINO EABTT - -
ARE YOU OOINO EAST?
ARB YOU OOINO KABTf .
II sure and se tbo.t your
ticket reads via
THE NORTH-WESTERN LINK
THE NORTH-WESTERN LINB
UK NORTH VTEHN LINB
1HK N0PT)l-WI!8TEnN LINB
CIUCAOO, BT. PAUL, '
This Is th.
OUEAT SHORT LINE
JJ ot won
DULUTH, SAINT PAUL, CIUCAOO
And all Points East and South.
Tlielr Magnificent Track, Peerles. Vsatt-
bulod Dlnjuf and Sleeping car
Train, and Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME"
Hair, given Uils road a national rpu ta
ll on. All classes of pass, tiger, carried;
on the vesllbuled train, without extra
charge. Ship your freight and travel
over this famous line. All ngents hay.
F. C. SAVAOE, T. F. and P. A.
W. H. MEAD, General Agent,
M Washington Bt., Portland, Or,
riarble and (Jranlto
inHorr & minar,
121 K, Morilrnn Ht., Pertlsnd, Or
...AIJ. KI.VDH OK CKMITICKV WORK
J. B. WYATT,
Phon No. cs Astorls, Ora
fAINT8 and OILS.
Sptclsl Atttntloa Paid I. Supplying Ship
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