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THE DAILY ASTOIUAN, ASTORIA, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1893.
The .Daily Astorian. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. Hewed by Carrier, per week.. .. 15 eta Feut by Mail, per month w cis Bent by Mall, per year V-W WEEKLY. Bent by Matl, per year, 2.00 In advance. Postage free to subscribers. The Afitorlon guarantees to its ad vertisers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia ''Advertising rates can be obtained on application 10 the business manager. This papor is in possession of all the telegraph franchises, and is the only p ,per on the lower Columbia that pub llrhes genuine dispatches. The Dally AHtortan's circulation is live times as great as that of the jom blned circulation of tho other dall pa rr rH of Astorl ...11 . The WcvUly Aatorlan. the third o'-.3t Wiekly in the state of Oregon, tins, next to the Portland Oregonlun, tue largest weekly circulation in the ttaie. Subscribers to The Astorian aiv re fiuested to notify this ofllce, without loss of time, Immediately they fall to receive their dally paper, or when they do not get it at the UBual hour. by ,ling this they will enable the man cgement to place the "lame on the proper parties, Mid to ensure a speedy reHandley & Haas ar our Portland agents and copies of The Astorian can be had every morning at their stand on First street. TIDE TABLE. I IIIUH WA1KH. t Off WATKH i nl P- '" p iu. OATS ill. uij H u m ji rT!. rlui ) 7 HI 'i SB 0 7 h m h iu j fl Ol'o 4 a MO 4 8 81 H fill 1 4" I " ' I 1 !utay...su 4 AiiO 7l 4 0u, i;i 4 lu Mil) 4 T -DAY'S WEATHER. Portland, Sept. 28. For Oregon, rain, slight temperature changes. Local weather for the twenty-four lnurs ending at 5 p. m., yesterday, furnished by the U. S. Department of Aviculture, weather bureau. Maximum temperature, 67 degrees. Minimum temperature, 63 degrees. Precipitation, 1.15 degrees. Total precipitation from July 1st. 1893 to data, 5.80 inches. Deficiency of precipitation from July Jst, 1893, to date, .54 inch. THE KENATE AND 8ILVEU. The statement of the president of the United States on the money question published In our tolegrams yesterday Is a candid and very honest view of a most Intricate matter. Mr. Cleveland Is right In urging, the repeal of the sli ver purchase law. It ought to be re routed, in the Interests of bimetallism unci fur the extension, strengthening, find confirmation of our international ' credit. lie Is right about it that the repeal would do great good, and, If there should be a failure, the evil con ditions would be aggravated. But Mr. Cleveland does not know, or In a very polite manner professes not to know why the senate should act us It Is doing. That Is very simple. The siege In the senate against repeal In being sustained by two forces. One Is the white metal money power. They have made enormous profits with the fcolp of the government. The other is the infatuation for depreciating dol l irs, the ravening for cheap money. There Is not a fact that stands out far continuing the purchase of sliver, not one; but tho senate Is a fortress of instruction, and the active money pow er Is tho gurit-ioii. The silver ring has no more title to public ttympathy than tho tilandard Oil Company, and tie government would be as well employed buying oil to stimulate Its production us It Is In buying silver, exchanging the coined gold for silver pig, and stor ing th bars. Mr. Voorhecs has been accused of weakness, but the failure of the senate majority to do business Is not personal to the chairman of the finance committee. It is In part be cause tht senate lacks the dignity of Us ancient reputation, and encourages factional lights by making a fad of a vourloey that never contemplated the iiiuterti- that haa entered the senate In the shape of millionaires and cranks. PENNOYER'S VAGARIES. Governor Pennoyor today commuted thd sentences of two Inmates of the len, and ordered them discharged. One was llllam Dloxom, who was sentenc ed from Multnomah county in March, I8SI. for life, for murder in the second degree. The pardon Is granted on pe tition of the prosecuting attorney who convicted, and upon condition that he leave the state and remain forever away therefrom. The other Is D. J. 1 Wirt, sentenced from the same coun ty in December, 18S5, 15 jreurs, for man- tihtiiKhter. Ills pardon is also recom mended by the prosecuting attorney. .Salem Statesman. IVnnoyer Is going through things rapidly. Between him and his devoted friend William llluxnm, for we suppose they are friends by this time, must ex 1st a great similarity of soul. The brainy governor pardons a man who nine years ago was convicted of a foul murder, and pardons Mm on condition that he leaves the state anil "remains iuivr." ilow sweetly fennoyer will smile, and what a clear conscience he will have when he hears of Blox am s Handiwork in Washington or Cal- rnla. The old "JefCersonlan," as he styles himself, with a leaning to popu :ism, and a big saw mill on the banks of the Willamette, has let loose more black-hearted criminals on the commu nity by his foolish pardoning propen sities, than his credit account In a fu ture world will ever be able to balance. We would like to state for the Infor mation of some of the disgruntled ones that the Miss Alnesworth who has lien accarded the honor of christening the battleship Oregon, is well fitted for tho duty in every way. She was born In Oregon, and her father was for many years very prominently identified with large shipping enterprises on the Col umbia river. It Is to be regretted of course, that Miss Alnesworth is not a member of the Astoria Hlue Jay Club, but a temporary affliction of this char acter should not bring grief to the hearts of that most noble and very beery organization. The Vancouver Independent solilo quizes: "The soul-destroying cigarette has killed off an Arkansas newsboy. But It falls utterly when brought into contact with the internal mechanism of tha leather-lunged coast product." And the nearer the coast, the more leulher-lunged and absolutely imper vious to other people's feelings are the young fiends of the paper-covered gar bage h?aps. For the first fifty days the new tariff position of the Albany Democrat was as fascinating as a new hot-pressed pair of trousers with perpendicular creases in them. Since that time the the subject has seemed to us to wear gradually, and slowly to wrinkle at tiie hips and bag at the knees. Something should be done in the way of rehabili tation. Mr. Mitchell, who has crossed the deep to speak to Mr. Corbett, is dis playing a great deal of conversational ability. THE FORCED MORTQAGE SALE. Of Herman Wise's stock is now in full must. Jverytning wcruutu. t a Aii TiAronnR imlphted to Her man Wise will please settle at once. THE FATHER OF MANY ILLS, nnadnnttnn Infwls tn n. multitude of physical troubles. It is generally the result or carelessness or inuiuereun: w the simplest rule of health. Eugene McKay, of Brantford. Ont.. writes: ' T kail f.r- sAVAral I'PAni bpltl A, SI! f- ferer from constipation, had taken a great many different remedies ime of which did me good for a time, but only for a time, then my trouble came back wore, than ever. I was i&J-red by a friends, whom Brandrevl'fe' Fife had benelitted, to try them. Toe W each night for a week, Unto eon- ertay night for about six woe. cfi time I have not exprfeEK'l ie still est difllculty whatever, amwt mr fc'0't move regularly evrir mj. I'rmly that for l5ymis tf it bcwels and b'lM'Jas Er-nu t X'llls .ire far superior t any SPECIMEN CASES. O. II. 1.I1IIV,I w troubled with neural! nd rftmeitrK r. 1 t 1 . r 'H his stomach was diowra n u - affected to an alarming dre. apfiott: fell away, and he wa terribly redttowl to flesh and strength. Three bottles of Li me tric Bitters cured him. Edward Shpherd, Harrisbunr. Til., had a running sore on his leg of eight years standing. Ce4 three bottles of Klectrle Bittern and seven boxes of Bucklen s Ar nica Balve, and his leg Is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., had five lurge Fever sores on his leg, doctors said he was incurable. One bottle Electric Blttara and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by Chas. Kogers, arugiiiM. SET HIM RIGHT. Geo. Augustus Sola, the well known English writer, on his Inst Australian trip, wrote as follows to the London Ually Telegraph: I esoeclaly nave a rieasani remem brance of the ship's doctor a very ex perienced maritime medico indeed, who tended me most Kinuiy uuring a norn ble soell of bronchitis and spasmodic asthma, provoked by sea fog which had swooped down on us just niter we left San Francisco. B it tho doctor's prescriptions and the Increasing warmth of the temperature as we ncar- ed the tropics, and in particular, a couple of AHcock's Porous Plasters clapped on one on the chest nnd an other oetween the shoulder blades- soon set me right. Burklea'i Arnica Salve. bruises, sores, plcers, salt rheum, fever sores, teller, enuppeu minus, vui"iv", corns, and all akin eruptions, and positive ly cures pilea, or no pay required. It i.. 1 ... -j... ...- 11 1 i u r a f. lion or money refunded. lrlce 2s cents per box. For sale by Chas. Rogers, to tewor 10 a. i. Asvuroui- PROVEN A BOON. Gentlemen: I have always recom mended Kra'tse's Headache Capsules wherever I have had a chance. They havn nmvon a writable boon In my family against any and all kinds of headache, lours truly, J. E. WALTER, Tnvnworlh. Kansas. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Astoria. Oregon, solo agent. lM NOW TRY THIS. ... . . .w,i m-ill sure ty Will vWl IUU iivi..i " i. ..! 1 ly do you Rood, if you have , co',h-.co''' or any iroume wun ..... r" , lun'r. Klmfs Nw d,I?v2fy ConnumpUon. couKh and c.lJs l raar ml to giv rli-f. or money will be nald brk. Pnttivni fin U rrlpr f-end it Jiint the lhlre. and under " bad eppdy and prt.tt recovery. Try a wmple at our (H-n nnd learn f-ryour )( jut how f.wd a thlr. It la. TrUl botiU trr at Chas. UW drug store. Larue iim btf miU and ii. tverttlnjr to krpt po ti at onus. ' A SAFFRON COLORED INDEX. Of tha condition of a bilious stomach and Hluf.'rrish liver Is the human coun tenance. Not only the skin, but the eyeballs, are tinged with the yellow hu when the bile gets into the blood. Besdios this, sick headache ensues, the toncaie becomes furred, pains are felt lu the liver and through the right shoulder blade, and dizziness Is exper ienced upon rising from a sitting or recumbent posture by the bilious indi vidual. For these and other indication of biliouaneBS, Hoatetter's Stomach Bit ters i i the sovereign remedy. It is also etlleailous in chills and fever, dumb ague, cgue cake, inactivity of the kid neys, and bladder, rheumatism and WM-voimncKM. It stimulates, restores di gestion, and sleep, and tends greatly to mitigate the infirmities of age. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind chollo, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all drug gists throughout the world. A Sure Cure tor Piles. Itching Tiles a.e known by moisture like perspiration, causing Intense Itching when warm. This form, as well as Blind, 1 Heeding or Protruding, yield at once to Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly on .the parts affected, absorbs tumors, allays itching and effects a permanent cure. 60c. DruRstst or mall. Circulars free. Dr. Dosanko, . 329 Arch utrect, Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by J. W. Conn. NOTICE! Use Zlnfnnflel wine intcad of coffee or tea. 60 cents per gallon. Dont forget 1'euch and aprleot brandy, also French Cognac and wine at Alex. Gilbert's. Handley & Haa, ISO rirst street, Port land, have on sale the Dally Astorian, so that visitors need not miss their morning paper when they are here. TOO OFTENJHE CASE. INTERESTING PROOFS. A young society lady, after a round of gaycty.beconiessuddenlyconscious of an uu usiril sensation. She law frequent attacks of di&liics.', her back acha, and she feels blue and generally run down. Mothers, look' well to your daughters 1 Daughters, look well to yourselves ! Let the first symptom denoting tho ap proach of disease receive your instant atten tion. Healthy women are tli hope of the race, and it is well-nigh criminal to neglect anything which promises relief. There is hopetot all sufferers from Nervous Diseases. Head what follows: Mrs. Jennie C. Davis, a fine artist ande an accomplished authoress, of Westliclil, Wis., had been subject to headache ever since she could remember. So severe were her at tacks as to cause at times temporary delirium. All treatment had failed to relieve her, but after using Dr. Miles' Eestorativo Nervine she writes : " My record is to me, at least, satisfactory. No headache, constantly in creasing appetite, and a consequent gain in weight of two and a half pounds in just one week." Six weeks later she writes: "Have read r.nd sewed immodesntely of late, but my headaches do not return." Mrs. John R. Miller.of Valparaiso, I ml, was attacked three years ago with turn of life in its worst form. It finally Vent to her head, and all indications were that it vcnhl result either in insanity or softening of the brain. Her husband thus writes; "ltwoulJ be impossible for me to attempt o discriptjii cf h,r ruf'ringt during all this tiinc. She r t reatcJ by our trry best loral jihyMoians, with but temporary benefit. She has taken f.-or bttties of Db. Miles' Restorative "ervixe, and is cured. She has gained Isreotr pounds in wcitrht. I tell yon, she t&tn bleseei roa for what tou have done for Ki-o!!rt ttit for the ctee of all Ner rotB Kwuti tlliere Is no remedy which ai fUtMtffws . Jfuf Rettvnuir Se nine. It is fat fnoca 4tar?ir!B$ drcj and opiate. SM 5w aJl "JiriurriB'A. wn a naure guarantee, or Iv. if" liitljiai Co. Ctiuz', InJ. SodJer Jaastiry1! bv.ff'c producTidit or .1 - C. - OUr XW OHORTENIN vjic r makes crcsbahealTV- hxtrf canT afford fa do REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES. N. K. FAIRBANK4C0., ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO. NEW YORK, BOSTON. f$j dr. g wan SYRUP , -illi- - - m v-il.-- ..... AS3 CSOVP. GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE. In rWpf f b, 4i.1Ar, my only wi sKly fur O.' t:, evi l nJ Croup wu oraoa yriv I U l (IM M rl I r Urflif m it WM ferry yrn aMTOt Hkw mr fP'au'lhUd-mi tak Dr. Uuna'vOniOB aynip For sale fcy J. W. Conn. Drusstst. loinsna like c.if.v,u tiDuririn la trttnUe mtlikfl anv other blood uicillijlne. ItcurertdiHeastriof tlieblix)d and skin by removing the iiolmm, ami at the same time supplies pood blood o tho Utu, wlilch arc Bitl totojifl &ZSS Mi IlitWUStLU wonderful cures, or relieved so much auilcruig. .. a..ll.. nl.nna1 loat : Vonr. il Irh cot my whole ystein out of order-diseased and & ' ...fr,.lni nr. ni'iitHfrii unit a con-tan. wunw i """"M " "p---: oeS' remedyor Wood diseases .'"THr Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. Oa. PROFESSIONAL CAKD.S. A. SMITH IrS DENTIST, Rooms 1 and 2, Py tlilaii Building, over C. H. Cooper's store. WC, LOCAN D D- B.a . U1.N1AL PAHI.OR8. llausell Block, ;a Third 8treet. J E. LaFORCEO. S. . Flavcl Building, opposite Occldont Hotel. FULTON B30S., ATIOU.N-VSATLAW, , Rooms 3. 4, 5 and IS, Odd Fellows' bulldlnR, Astoria, Oregon. W. M" LJCSff&-T AT LAW. Olliee, Itooms 7 and 8, Kinney's building. A A. CLEVELANOi ATOKJN. AT LAW. Ollloe-Kiiuiey's new brick bulldlui;, corner Third and Ueuevieve stieets ; up stairs. SILAS B. SMITH ATTOUMKY At I,AW, OlIIcooverA. V. Allen's store, corner Third and Cass streets. FRANK J. TAYLOR, A 1 TO liMi . -A T-LA W, Astqrin. Oregon. J O. A.BOWLBY, A1T0MEY A.D COWSCELOlt AT LA if Otllee 011 ttecond Street, - Astoria, Or. DR" WrnVS?WA5,AND SUIttiEON, O.llee over store of J. li. Wyatt, Second street neor Genevieve, DBS. A. L, and J, A. FULTON. llijAli OK WOMEN A bl'KClAXry. Surgery by r. J. A. Fulton. Olliee 178 O.iiS street, iiours lo to 12 and 1 to 4 DR. EILIV JANSON. riiVolUiAN BUliUKOX. R )OM 7. (Mllceover Osgood's Clothing Store, hours, 10 to 12 111, 2 to 5 p, 111, 7 to 8 p 111. Sunday, IU to 11 ni. DR. O, B, ESTES, FllVStGIAN AND BURGEON. SpecbU attention to Diseases ot Women aud Surgery. Olliee over Oaulgor's store Astoria. J A'U Y JlClANtfuiuliiuiN'i ACCOOCHKUB. ODlve, rooms 3, 4 over Astoria Nationalllank. hours, 10 to 12 & 2 toS. Kesideiice. 639 Cedar St. DR. WALTER I. HOWARD. , IIOMOSul-ATlUO HU'ijlUIAN & SUK gion. Olliee, Third street., lioui-s 10 to 12 aud 2 to 4, Sunday 1 to 2. itostdence 4l8 3d street LP. MULLINIX, M. D., . Gives speeiitl ireitment, for Catarrh, lliroat Lungs, Kidney (ienito-Urlnary organs Otllee upstaini,561 Third .St. llours.X a.m,9 p.m. JJR. STRICKLER, PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON, Dealer iu Drugs and Druggists' Sundries 307 Second Street, Astoria. BUSINESS CARDS. Li WICKMAN J: . CVS TRACTOR. House moving and slreot planking. Screws and blocks lor rent. Call 011 or address 2037 l'iue street. A GIBBONS, . AU.Jl .iiSU OF ACCOUNTS and FKi ) CESSION A L HJOKKEKPEIt. Ornoa: With General Messenger Co,, 615 ok.unoiue street. T H. MANSELL. f) . it 1. A 1. tvijiATE HUOKF.lt. Notary Public. Fire and Accident Insurance, w.w . PARK.R, REAL ESTATK AND INSURANCE AGENT Otlice 112 lieulon street, Astoria, Oregon. w. T. BUUNKV, J, W. DHAPBB Barney 6 Draper, Attorneys nl-Law, Oregon City, Oregon, Twelve years experience as register of th U. 8. Ijind otllee here, recommends us in our socially of Mining and all other business be fore the Lund Otllee or the Courts, and involv ing the practice ol the General Laud Olliee. OROCKENBROUCH 4. COWING. LAW OFFICE, OREGON CITY, OR. Special attention given to land business. Set tlers on homesteads or pre-emption claims and Umber land purchases shown every advantage of the law. For assistance lu making liual prool rail ou us. J. A. FASTABEND GENERAL CONTUACTOK. Pile Driving, House, Bridge and Wharf Building. Address, Box 180, postofllce. . DltOSBY, DKAUEtt IN 11ARDWA11E, IRON, STEEL, IRON PIP- AND FITTINGS. STOVES - AND - TINWARE, House Famishing Goods, Sheet Lead, Strip Lead, Sheet Iron Tin and Cooper. ROSS, HICC1NS A CO.' butchers - and - Grocers, Astoria and Upper Astoria. Fine Teas and ConVes. Table Pellcacles, Domestio and Tropical Fruits, Vegeta bles, sugar cured bains, bacon, etc. CHOICE FRESH & SALT MEATS Kveiy Reqnisitc for FIHST-CLISS FUNERALS .... AT - PoM's Icderlaling Parlors, Third TtrecL Rates Reasonable. Embalming a tpe'iallr. Ripans Tabules Ripans Tabules act gently but promptly upon the liver, stomach and intestines; cure habitual constipation, dispel colds, headaches and fevers. One tabule taken at the first symptom of indigestion, billi ousness, dizziness, distress after eating, or depression of spirits, will remove the whole difficulty in a few minutes. Ripans Tabules are com pounded from a prescription widely endorsed by the high est medical authorities and are presented in a form that is be coming the fashion with .phy sicians and patients every where. On Box (Six Vials) Scvtnty.five Cenlt. One hackJge (Hour Boxes) Two Dollars. Ripans Tabules may be ob tained of nearest druggist; or by mail on receipt of price. For free sample addreii RIPANS CHEMICAL CO. NEW YORK. L Merchant' IStcamsIiip Co.'s Line, Connecting with Canadian raclflo ami Great Ni-thflrn Hallway and UHlna Hteaiiuhlp L'.m n...i.in r-.i..i.t ...H noDoonirAi. f.i Vanoniivor and Victoria B, 0. and Seattle, Xacoma aud all Sound foints. t ..t.. A .ti.1. avn.tr 111 llllVQ Knr ni.rlll'llllirs aimlv at the OlUCO Astoria Austraot T, 1. n. K-HRUdON UUOS., Agents, PORTLAND AMP ASTORIA. Steamer Telephone. Leaves Astoria Evory evening except Sun day at 7 p. ra. . . Arrives at Astoria Evory day except Sunday at 2 p.m. . Leaves Portland Every nay except Sunday at 7 a. m. O. W. SlUNK, Agent, Asiorm. K. A. Beeliy, Genoral Agent, Portland Or. HUGHES & CO., Wholesale and Hotel! LIQUOR DEALERS. Importers of All Brands ot iforelgn and Domes. ,1. Un.B l.liw.ru .inrl Plcur J. H. Ontter wiiWmes a specially. Vat Bluta Bottled Boer, rtuest orauusot e.i;y vnestaun ()ono"d.ift Oicrars. Liquors for Medicinal Furposi-s. Family Trade Solicited, All orders trow Ow elty aud Country pron-rwy i-ttea. Bauemoque Streot, - Astoria. Oregon THE ASTORIA SAVINGS BASK Acts as trustee for corporations and indivld nnl. riAnnstta flollf'tlod Interest will be allowed on savings deposits as ioUowb; ... On ordinary savings b-oki 4 per cent no? annum. On term savings books 6 per cent, per annum. On certificates of deposit: For throe months, i per cent, per annum. For six months, 5 per cent, per annum. For twelve months, 8 por cent, per annum. I. W. CASE .......'..President J. Q.A. BOWI.BY Vico-Presidont FRANK PATTON .Cashier W. E. t'EMENT ..Sccretary directors: I. W. Case, ' J. Q. A. Bowlby, ' Gust Holmes, C. H. Paee, Beuj. Youn, A. 8. Eoed. F. J. Taylor. The Store of John G. Niemi Has been purchased by Butterfield Bros., Who are going to close out the stock. Intending purchasers will do well to call aud examine goou's and prices before purcba-slug elsewhere. They alio have a good watchmaker to do repairing. Foard & Stokes Dealers in Glassware, Crockery, Ship Supplies. Tobacco, Wines and Fine Whiskies. Fine Teas and Coffee Specialty. The Finest Display of Fruits iu the Citv, Fresh on Every (steamer. Corner ol Third and West Eighth Streets. H. B. PARKER DEALER IS Lime. Brick, Sand, Fire Brick. Fire Clny, Cement, Mill Feed, Oats. Uay, Htraw. Wood Delivered to Order. Dnying, Tewninjt -d Expresi Bniinesi. G. A. STINSON & CO.. BLACKSMJTHING Ship aud Cannery work, Horsesnoelng, Wag ons made and repaired, tio xi work mar mu-ed Ou Cass street. optxelte tne ...m Jrollt olliee FISHER BROTHERS SHIP CHANDLERS. Emvt and Shall HARDW A.K Carry in Wk Wagons and Vehicles, Farm Maohtnerv, Paints, lil, Vamlshen, Loggera' 8upplie, Kalibaiik'i fcalea, Doori and Wianow. PROVIS.OF.G- FLOUR ind MILL FEE. iST-jSIA, OSEGSO. The CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ST PAUL RAILWAY CONNECTING WITH AI-li TRANS ENTAL LINES IS BE ONLY IiIUS RUNMMO Eloctrio Lightod Cars BETWKICNI ST. PAUL and CHICAGO AN' tdmm and CHICAGO. The EXPRESS TKA1NH consist ot VEHT1 BULEU, BLEKl'lnu, UINlNtl AND . PARLOR CARS, HEATED BY STEAM And iurnished with every luxmv known modern railway travel. For Speed, Comfort and Saletj this Line is Unequaled Tlckots .on sale at all prominent rail offices. , For further information inquire of anf tick agent, or C. J. EDDY, General Afft. J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pnss. Agt. PORTLAND, 0KEU0X. QUICK TIME TO SAN FEANCISC0 ,.AND.. ALL POINTS IN CALIFORNIA, Via the Mt. Shasta Route of the Southern Pacific Conip'y Th Or I7 RonU Throngh ICalifornia to a Points Eut and Stnth The Swnic Rout of (he Pacific Coast PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS SECOND-CLASS BLEErlJiO CARS Attached to xproi trains. affordlnR anpertot acrmnniodatlons for second-class passeniter. For rates, tickets, sleeping car rmprvaUnn t4, call Uxi or a-ldrm E, P. JUKiKKS. A-Ht-aut Frrtritt and rS"nssr Aci,t,r.rft. a.. Or. V