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UUC DAILY A.STO&LAN FRIDAY MOKLNG. SEPTEMBER 1, 18M.
JOHN T. LIOHTCR, Kdltor.
Telephone Mala t(L
TEH US OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Sent by null, pr year ..
Sent by tnali per month M
Served by carrier, per suonta. H
nt by nail, pr year, la advance..
FVets free to suoeortber.
Alt commas tcatloct Intended t publW
satloa shoul be directed to tbe editor.
Business coenmuntcsuioris of all kind
ard remittance must b addressed to
"The Astoria a.",
Th Astorlsa roamntee to in sdver.
tWrs tlx ;nsest elrcuUtioa of any
newspaper pubilhd on tb Columbia
Advertising rate can M tu wlU
eeUoe to the business mui(w.
O. R, Jk N. FREIGHT RATES.
The East Orefonian says:
It Is plain to b Men that much
nor ot the wheat ot the Inland Em
pire will ro down the Columbia river
route to the sea. In future than In the
past, to the advantage of Portland and
the encouragement of the ope nine of
the Snake and Columbia to free navi
gation, from Lewiston to Astoria.
Now. it Astoria will ceaae Ita gTumb-
Uicf at Portland, and cease putting lta
faith In bonuses and land speculation,
and take hold of the open river ques
tion with vim and vigor and never stop
until there Is an open river, and with
tome one to represent the people of the
second district In congress Instead ot
a politician ot the peanut, office-jug-gUng
variety, who had the office thrust
upon him because he could be In
fluenced and controlled, the prospects
of the entire section east of the Cas
cades will be brightened and the coun
try developed and Inhabited by
thousands to hundreds that prosper
here at the present time. When there
Is an open river, no agreement that the
railroads can enter Into can hinder
development or retard settlement.
Until an open river Is secured the peo
ple will be. comparatively speaking.
subject to the whims and dictation, and
sometimes the greed, of those who
make a profession of manipulating rail
road stocks and bonds In Wall street
There Is no reason why the ople In
r ' Kc era Oregon should be subject to
the dictation or greed of Wall street
railroad manipulators. The East Ore
gon lan knows well enough that the
remedy for the present oppressive
rates charged by the railroad combina
tion for the down grade haul on the
" 01 l iJTTftr rnvthe people's hands and
, can be applied whenever they wish.
Let the legislature of Oregoffforce the
- O. B. A N. out of the alliancthat
now holds up Its rates to the Puret
sound mountain standard. In other ,
words, let ns have In Oregon, for the
benefit not alone of the producers of
Oregon but of the whole Northwest, a
Columbia river down-grade standard
of freight rates. Let the freight rates
. ; , ,of "Oregon's" road be fixed at a point
which will leave a fair return on the
money Invested, with the cost ot oper
ation, and yet give the dwellers In the
Columbian basin the rightful advan
tages of their location and nearness to
natural markets. There Is no section
of the country where the people can so
easily protect themselves from the un
just exactions of transportation mo-
noply as In the Northwest. The 0. R.
t K. Ji the key that regulates the
whole rate situation, and the people
have control of that key. Let the peo
ple apply that key not maliciously
nor in a spirit of persecution, but Ju
diciously and fairly, as their just de
fense against the "manipulations" of
which the East Oregonlan complains.
As it Is now, the farmers of Eastern
Oregon are oppressed by a standard of
freight rates based upon the mainte
nance and operation of the mountain
grades into Puget sound, instead of
tho water level grades leading to the
natural outlet of the Columbian basin.
If the East Oregonian and other papers
ef that section would take up this
ejuesMon the railroad combination could
be brought to time without waiting
for a session of the legislature. It
would be to the Interest of the combi
nation to make any reasonable conces
sion to the Columbaln basin people,
rather than force a resort to legislation.
The rate question In the Northwest will
not stand an honest legislative Investi
gation. The producers of the Colum
bian basin are contributing Interest on
many millions of Investments which
should be taxed against the people of
other claws and sections.
WHY BEEF IS HIGH.
The statement that American beef of
-the same quality Is sold In London
from one and one-half to two cents
cheaper than here, Is denied by the
organ of the meat and provision Indus
tries of the United States.
In a recent issue the "National Pro
vlsloner" denies these statements, and
add that "Australian, New Zealand
and American beef meats are not In
any sense competitor ot each other
in the English market. The former la
from grass rs (range cattle) and 1
frosen. while the latter meat la hand
fed and refrigerated. The respective
prices at which they sell in the earn
market show this.1
For the sake of proving this, the
Provlsloner Institute a comparison
which show that 'while American re-'
frlgerated hind fetched Uc In the
Smlthlteld Central Market, the froaen
hinds from Australia brought only an
average ot cents per pound. The
actual sale ranged from Is. Ud. to la.
M. for eight pound (short atoae).
New Zealand frotea hinds sold at fron
Is. M. to Is. W. on the same date for
the same quantity, or from lc to
an average of ?c per pound, the aver
age tor American meat thus nearly
doubling the price obtained from the
frosen stuff from the Antipodes."
The whole question ot the high price
ot meats, this article asserts, la due to
supply and demand. Much ot this
serious cattle loss Is attributed to the
cold weather, which was so protracted
that with the great scarcity ot feed In
the ranges, cattle there failed to recov
er, and many of them died.
, To Intensify this adverse range con
dition the home and foreign demand
became heavier. There was not the
stuff to meet it, so the market crept
up to the packer, who needed cattle,
and, hence, the wholesale price ot beef
To meet .he home demand and to fill
regular export refrigerated beef or
ders, which required about tOOO cattle
weekly, the export ot live stock fell
from 20.C91 head for the seven months
ending July, 1S9S, to 19S.E0 head for
the same period, -nding with the close
of last month. The export of refriger
ated fresh beef Increased from 134,511.
.' pounds for the seven months end
ing July, iS9S, to 1S770.43 pounds for
the first seven months of this year.
For July. 1?S9, alone the shipments of
this class of meat exceeded those of
the same month of last year by more
than 12,000,000 pounds, even at the
higher price for beef.
Cattle cost the slaughterer. It Is as
serted, from one to one and a half cent
per pound more this year than last,
and this makes carcass beet cost one
and a half to two cent a pound more.
A magnificent ex
ample of wbai
care of bealtb
will do for s
man Is pre
sented in the
life of Mr.
man of the
veers of sge,
retained a i f
vigor on bat
ed, sod had
not lost the
with which hp
fastened upon nj rehject that interested
Nesrly every aun kss it in hi power to
live to s green old age like the great states
man of Enr land It is tnupty a matter of
a little daily thurtbt sad regud fur health.
If, when s man ,ceis that ho is a little oat
of sorts, be wiU report to the rirht remedy,
he will neecr have to latituii to the more
serious ills of life. ' Must men, when they
have a headache, seel orowty during the
day ssd are restlrsa da nog the sight, and
find their appetite tilling off. pay little or
no heed to these warning. The inceiuble
result is some danfe-trow and po.-ioiy fatal
maiauy. i ne oocv r rtay can it consump
tion, malaria or bti. tisneae. or perhaps
some blood or skin dU, u. Tt make but
tittle difference. These -oablcs all have
their inception in the ul r csuse im
proper ana insufficient noun ment Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medics! L;cot -ycerrects
that cause. It makes the ippeJte keen
and hearty, the digestion peri-et, ,'ie liver
active and the blood pore an.: rich. It is
the great blood-maker and fie:. SniMer
It facilitates thr assimilation of u.- life
giving elements of the food, filling thr
blood with the nutriment Ibat makes n-w
and healthy fleb and nerve tissue. Men
cine dealers sell it.
"Ln aiinmer." write Mix Men fienel.
of Kant Bethk-hem. Wnshinrwn Ov Ps "I was
eoing into coouniptkm. X. Pierces Qoldea
Medical Iiscovery completely cured me. '
A man or om who neglects constipa
tion suffers from s; w poisoning. Doctor
Pierce's Plesiant Pelli'- fure constipation.
One little "Pellet" is a K-ntle laxative,
and two a mild cathartic
If you bave piles, cure mem. No use
undergoing horrible operations tnst lm.
ply remove the results or the disease
without disturbing the disease Itself.
Place your confidence in DeWltt's Witch
Hasel Balve. It has never failed to cure
others; It will not fall to cure yon.
Amateur photographs, like amateur
poetry, often fall to produce a sym
metry In the feet "
No soap in
world is so cheap.
No soap in
world is so lasrr.
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant met hi J and beneficial
effect of the well known remedy,
Smcr or Flos, manufactured by the
CauroRXtA Fi Strui Co., Illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles ot plant known to be
medicinally laxative and presenting
them In the form moat refreshing to the
tast and acceptable to the system. It
la the one perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleaosimr the system effectually,
dispelling colds, headache and fever
gently yet promptly and enabling one
to overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Ita perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
ttanoa, and it acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or Irritating- them, make It the Meal
In the proceea ot manufacturing fig
are used, a they are pleasant to the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatio plant, by a method
knows to the CAuroRXiA Fia Stbt
Co. only. In order to get it beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AW rBAXCKCO. OAI.
utnarnx-t rr. nxw roax k. t.
for sale by all Droaista Price Sue. per bMtl
1'ntll men have to keep their hat on
with pins they will never know what
women suffer In silence.
KarTs Gover Root Tea
BesntHV the Complerloo, Purifes the
"Jowl, 1 v Krh.CWr!ia. CumCaa
tlpelina, lodlamtloM. and all EnnKkm. f
the saia. Aa acrmMe Laialive Sir
Tonle. Sold on a'Kolute rarnu by all
oussiets st Sic, SOc. and 11.00.
. C. WCLLS 4 CO., II HOT. N. V.
For Sal by CHARLES ROOER8.
Don't think you can cure mat siigat
sttsck of dyspepsia by fiteusg. or mat It
Nl cure Itself. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
will cure It; It "digests what yoa eat,"
and restore th digs tree organ to
health. Charles Roc era.
In these days of progress many
man discovers that his wife's pies are
not like mother used to make, that
they are. In fact, much better.
J. D. Bridge, editor an nropntor of
the Democrat, Lancaster, N. H., says; ' l
would not be without On Minute Cough
Cure for my boy, when troubled with a
cough or cold. It Is the best remedy for
croup I ever used." Charles Roger.
Not one woman In ten can hold up
her skirt in a manner that doe not
seem to Indicate that she Is momenta
rily afraid of losing It
Pneumonia, la grippe, eougns, colds.
croup and whooping cough readily yield
to Oie kfirwte Cough Cure. Use this
remedy In time end save a doctor's bill
-or toe undertaker's Charles Rogers.
There is one great Joy about not
owning any Jewelry. You do not have
to lie awake nights, fearing that burg
lars will get In and steal It.
Borne of the results or neglected dy.
peptic condition of th stomsch are can
cer, consumption, heart disease and ep.
Ilepsy. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure prevents
all this by effecting s quicx cure in ail
cases of dyspepsia. Charles Rocers.
By allowing the accumulation m the
bowels to remain, the entire system is
poisoned. DeWltt's LKlle Early Risers
regulate the bowels. Try them and you
will always use them. Cnarie Rogers.
We have grown so lazy that a book
loses Interest for us as soon as we
discover that we have to cut the page.
There Is more Caittarrh tn thl ectlon
of th country than all other diseafle
put together, and until tzie last few years
wus supposed to be Incurable. For a
great many yare doctors pronounced It
a local dlMje, and prescribed local rem
edies, and by constantly falling to cure
4th local treatment, pronounced It ln
curattle. Scien has pioven catarrh to
be a constitutional disease, and therefore
requires conntitutlonal treatment. Hall s
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by V. J.
(1.eny & C., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
cr.ntf i'.utloial cure on the market It Is
taken lnterially In doses from 10 drops
to a tapo.-rful. It acts directly on th
blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
They offer one hundred dollars for any
case it fails to cure. Send for circulars
i.nd tarUmoniala Address
. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
Family Pl:!a art th best.
rSI if V -
6 k wsr
I XSold by
"Ih oty restaurant.
Beet It-cent meal, Rising gua retail,
rant. 111 CocuneevJai street.
For that hungry reeane try the up to
date New Boston restaurant.
Our Ice cream la warranted to be made
ot pur cream. The Parlor, next to Joha
Biggest and beat weal at Denver Kitch
en oa Ninth street, u cent. WMt cook.
Beet Caltfomaa wtne M osnto per gal.
too. Ale OUbert. sole agent tor As
toria. Telephone B.
Cream Pure Rye. America's finest
whiskey. The only pur good, iisaran.
teed rtoa and meUow. John L, Carlson,
Kelley transfer wagons deliver box
wood ! any part ot the city en short
aotlos. All order left at tepfa rural-
tur More, at Commercial street. wtU re.
celve prompt atteatioa, Telephone UM.
The concert hall opened by Chartle
Wis at No. tit Astor street, 1 the on
and only popular resort of Us kind In
that vicinity. Mi1. Wis la doing some
thing new among concert hall. He U
nt only selling a class ot pur liquor,
but la giving hi place a management
which Insure gentlemanly attention
and treatment to hi patron. The
good muslo and the crowd will be
found at Charlie Wis' place.
The bicycle girl thinks lov an end
less chain of delight, while the golf
girl talk only of the way It links two
soul In unison.
American locomotives are hauling
English train and th English trains
and Englishmen are rolling over Amer
ican steel rails. Our machinery Is sold
all over the world. A great remedy.
Hosteller s Bitters. Is gradually work
ing Its way to all parts ot the globe
where dyspepsia and Indigestion
thrive. Like all American products, It
Is honest, and does just what It claims
to do. The most stubborn rases of
constipation, bllllousness, nervousness,
liver and kidney troubles must yield
to it. It Is the most perfect remedy j
ever aevisoa ror weak stomachs. For
Arty years It has been famous for Its
astonishing efficacy. It la a perfectly ""n no ,ionry rvs:toa "
.,r.l .h .....m-I' ELE3ANT VEaTtOl'LE TRAINS.
to eo,uil It. See that a private Itevenue
Stamp covers the neck of the bottle.
WHY NOT BCY SHOES.
At the Boston Shoe Company's store?
Ladles' Fine Kid Shoe for $1.15. worth
1150. 435 Commercial street
UNIVERSITY OF OREOO.N.
Tuition Free Fir Jt term begins
Septenber U. 1S9S. Excetteat course In
ancient and modern languages, science,
mathematics, etc. Graduates from the
tenth grade and from all accredited
schools admitted without examination.
Students not fully prepared to enter.
tan take studies in walch they are de
aden t, la the Eugene city high school
For catalogue and further Information
addres th President, or Hon. J. J. Wsi.
ton, 8ecrrtav-y, Eugene, Ore,
If you suffer trot tenderness or ren
nets oo th rtgbt side, pains under th
shoulder hlifl. eofutlnatlon. hlllmuaeaa
llck hMUcn( ,o4 fMl 4ulI
sleepy, your liver 1 torpid and eon.
rested. DeWltrs Little Early ' Risers
will cure yon promptly, pleasantly and
permanently by removing the congestion
and oa using the bile duet to open sad
Bow naturally They are good pllla.
A woman's way Is to get the best of
an argument, and then cry a though
her heart would break because she ha
For many year science ha studied
liquor. Result the whole world uses
whiskey. It has proven the best stim
ulant and doe not Injur nerve and
tissues like coca wine and other drug
ged compound. And Harper Whiskey
is the Ideal whiskey. Bold by Foard
Stokes Co, Astoria Oregon.
ASTORIA'S GREAT 8 UK PRISE.
Boston Shoe Co., Ladles' fin kid
slippers and ties, 7S cents, worth $1.60,
iiS Commercial street
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
sv. PORTLAND. Arrive.
6 00 a. m.lPortland Union Depot. Ill :1J a m.
rM p. m. for Astoria and Inter; :0 p.m.
. imeoiat point.
7: a. m.lPor Portland and "in-111:30 a.mT
:0O p. in. I termed late points. ll:p.m
6:J0( l:MiAr ....8-aalde.... LvJ :15
SPECIAL SEASIDE SUNDAT TRAIN
Leaves Astoria at 1:10 a. m.; arrive at
Seaside 1:41 a. m.
Passengers may return on any tram
shown on schedule on same date.
ALL TRAINS to and from Seaside run
to Flavel and New Astoria via Warren.
All trains make close connection at
Ooble wtth all Northern Pactflo train
to and from the east or Sound points.
At Portland with all train leaving
At Astoria with I. R. & N. Co.'s bosl
and rail line to and from Ilwaco and
.Norui Beach points.
THROUCJH TICKETS oo sals at As
toria for Sacramento, Ban Francisco, all
Eastern and European points.
City ticket office Astoria, S24 Commer.
Hal street. J. C. MA TO,
Oen'l Frt and Pass. Agent.
TODAY AND 'NOT TOMOWtOW,
Now Is the time, Do not delay In
buying your foot wesf, but torn at
once and select what you want and
need, ' Style I combined with economy
at the Boston Shoe Co., 431 Commercial
You have probably noticed that only
level headed people f will 'ou.
Oregon Short Line
TUB DIRECT BOUTS TO
Montana. Utah, Colorado
and all Eastern Points.
Oiree choice ot two favorll routes, vt
the Vnlon Paclflo Tast Msll Line, or
the Rio Grand Scenle Line.
LOOK AT THE TIMS
1) Days to Suit Lnke
2 Pay to lVnvor
3 Days to Chicngo
A Days to New York.
Free reclining ohalre, upholstered lour
bt sleeping oar, and Pullmaa palace
sleepers, operated oa all train.
For further Information, apply to
O W . LOUN83EP.rU,
Agent. O, H. I
Or Astoria, Oregon.
C. a TERRY, W. B. COHAN.
Trv. Pas Ag:. Oen. Agent.
1M Third St.. Portland. Or.
WHITE COLLAR LINt
Ootumbe River and Put und Navt-
Rsiley Ontsert leaves Attorta dally, tl.
ot flaturilay. at I o m.
Imvws Portland dally exverx Sunday
at 1 a. m.
S"hii Collar line t!okt lnrir-riang.
onllatJny ll:r(, O. It A N steamer
T. J. otUr and Haslo for At"rta and
sll way points. 1-el. Irwisvv, eVavlrw,
iine- iinuei sna arvocia.
u. b. rrr Atona At.
PresJeal. Telephone No. Ul
nntrAT . TICKETS
11 RAIL"A POINTS EAST
Through pa'.tce and tourist sleepers,
' pm. '
Llnl'.ed leaves Portland st 1:11
Limited arrives Portland at I X
For rate, etc., call or sJlre.s
0. W. LOlN8BERRT.
Agent 0. R. N . Astoria.
A. B. C. DEN.VI8TON.
C. P. T A.. Portland. Or
UXURIOUS 1 RAVEL
'ntiss "Konn.weitern Limit!" trams,
- electric lighted throufhout. both In
side and out. and steam heated, are.
without exception, the flneit train In th
world. They embody tb latest, nwei
and best klaa foe rnmftwt. ,miiimm
and luxury ever altered th. traveling
pwvMv, ....u,i i . m wosi com
Plat and apltndld production of th ear
These Splendid Train
The Great Northern
The Northern I'aciric and
The Canadian Pacific
AT T. PAUL FOR
CHICAGO and the CAST.
No extra charge tor then superior ac
commodatlon and all classes of tickets
ar available for passage oa the famous
"North-western Limited." All trains oa
this line are protected by tb Interlocking
W. H. MEAD, T. C. IAVAOB.
Oen'l Agent. T I
I if i? C " I
A familiar nam for th Chicago, llll
wauke A St. Paul Railway, known all
over rh Union as th Oreat Railway
running th "Pioneer Dmlted" train
every day and night between St. Paul
and Chicago, and Omaha and Chicago.
"Th only perfect train In th world.
Understand: Coonactlon ar mad with
all Transcontinental Line, assuring to
psssegenrs th best service Known. Lux
urious coaches, electric light, steam heat.
of a verity equaled by no other line
Be that your ticket reed vta 'Th
Milwaukee" when going to any point In
th United State or Canada. All ticket
igent sell them.
For rate, pamphlet, or other Inform.
J. W. CASET. C. . EDDT,
Trav. Pass. Agt., General Agent,
Portland, Or. Portland. O.r
Digests what you eat.
Itartlflciallydlgests the food aoraldj
Nature In strengthening and recon
struct! nf? the exhausted digestive or
gans. It Is the latest discovered digest
ant ana tonic. No other nrcDaratlor
can approach It in efllclency. It Id.
sianny relieves ana permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Heartburn.
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
cuiuLiier renunsui iniptfrieciaigestloa
rr.porao oy a. k,. uewitc at CO., CI)lcoge.
For Sale by CHARLES ROOXR.
. . aJLUBt CAM WBA1I HOBa. '
0 atse smaller after using Alien's foot
Case, a powder to te atilken fwo the
shoe. It makes tight or new shoe feel
easy; It give instant relist to corns end
bunion, It' th grewtest comMrt dls
eovery of th agss, Cures swell test,
o uters and oalloua spot. Allen's root.
Kas U oertam eur tor I narrowing
nail, eweatlng, hot, aonlng IVea. At all
druggist and sfco store, eenia Trial
package fre by mall. Addres Alea V
Olmsted, La Hey, N. T.
Th les a woman trie to h Irr
statable th more ah I.
Oo to th Columbia Klectrle. 4 Its
pair Company for all kind ot new
and repair work, from a eambrio
needle to a bicycle, boiler or englae.
Quirk work and aatlafaollon guaran
lead. Logging machinery of all kinds
a specialty. Shop opposite Roe, lllg.
tint A Co.
NOW IB TUB TIMB.
To buy chlldrsn' school shoe for
M cents worth II and ll.ts, at th Ilo
ton Shoe Company, tU Commercial
TUB BALE FOR TIIIRTT DAYS.
Paby shoes, M cents, worth Tt osnt,
at Boston 8ho Co., i( Commercial
TUR BOrrON BHOB COMPANY,
0nt' French Calf Bhoea. M, worth
K iH Commeroial trsL
84 COMMERCIAL BT,
Perfect Pit Guaranteed. Low l'rlcc..
Repairing and Cleaning Neatly Don.
J. A. Fastabend
Ilouw-iiioving Tools for Rent.
Carpenter and tlssllclor
HOUSE RAI3IN0 AND
MOVINO A SPECIALTY
Vapor Gas Lamps
lOO-candl power at a cost
of la tor three hour.
MlllCf & HiTlLlktTZ, AffCfltS
441 Bond Street. Astoria.
Tb North Psolflo Brewery, of wblob f
HrJobo Kopp U proprUlor, make beet I
for oBestfa) and export trad.
North Pacific Brewery
W. F. SCHEIBE,
A tail llae ef PI dm
4T4 Commercial g.
SHASTA MINERAL WATER, PEN'ER, NOHLE,
HICKORY AND SHAW'S MALT WHISKIES.
ALL OTHER LIQL'OKS, WINES, DEER AM) CIGARS
Served Day and NlgHt.
I N jT"
afi Unn nl a f avms-Hiai It'ssaasik .i. ...i..
inl . ... l,
Coiutlimllon. 1 1
Btronc ND AFTER
k l.liif r anil th-
Adsrss vAvoif siCDii.1 ;., p, o. ng
l'.M."J:L'".? J!!0.?:.1"'"'1 .'' ' !'. due n.,l ,'ami m iwmaiini eirl
Those who hav delayed buying.
are fortunate. They van save at teaal
a third on th usual cost of high grad
hoes. W are closing out all of our
summer tan shoe at great reduction.
We hav them fr men, women and
chlMren, which should bring everyon
t th store. They are psw good
which hav oversuyed their time,
CunslJer these figure.
Petersen Is Brown.
of th pudding la In th
od tn proof ot Mquor
IS IN SAMPLING
That' aa ajvuswanl that'
otuesre a oWnsotHWriMaoa.
Our wQI stand th test.
HUGHES & CO.
mi! 5 mi: on.113
Mat, l.k. It-.- h
Worth, llm.h. K.tJ '"
Baa I'llv. Ml ln.il. ; Stall
I lllcau an SaV
waiia nail. Hfan.
I'likaae aud Kaal,
All Salllni tt tub
Jrel in rhane. I
For San Kianeen-Nl
sen. I 10, i, tv r
r m si Ru.
Colrmbta River ; olay
teaaier 3 p m Tne
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