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THE DAILY ASTOniAN, ASTOiiiA, Tilt DAY MORNING. MAY 18, 1894.
SEVENTH OnJy three weeks ago the little one of the kindergarten showered with good wishes a little miss Just entering her fifth year, ajid doy before yesterday, It wo may Judec by tlu:lr bright, animated fitces, were no less sincere when sing ing in honor of Miss Gertrude Upshur's seventh birthday: "And let us all remember, As pass the hours away, From now till next December, To help her every day." Each little guest was the recipient of a rebounding ball and dainty sachet bag. the appreciation of which could not be doubted. After a number of songs and games, the little party,-led by the hostess, re paired to the class-room, where lunch eon was served. A beautifully decorated birthday cake, lighted by seven colored candles, was ai prominent table decor ntlon. After again assembling in the play-room In the circle, each was pre sented with a gaily-colored "wind b'ow" to "ipeed the parting- guest," and like magic the bright picture vanished. Those taking part In the afternoon's entertainment were: Gertrude Upshur, May Trenchant, Ada Kendall, Margaret Taylor, Hazel Robb, Winnie and Maude Van Dusen, Carrie Short, Alberta BH den, Hattle Cooper, Lolo and Martha Ford, Alice Wright, Masters Laurence Upshur, Harold Chutter, Thomas Lighter, Philip Cherry, Neal Kendall, Harvey Allen, Henry Sklbbe, Guy San born, Proctor Thompson, Thorburn Ross, Delbert Griffin. Considerable has been said of a sum mer session of the kindergarten. Miss Mason has expressed her willingness to continue the class through the summer if sufficient patronage Is assured. MARINE NOTES. The British ship Barrowdale Is on her way out from England to Vancouver. The steamer R. P. Elmore will be brought In today in tow of the Truckee. The steamer Danube arrived in about C o'clock yesterday morning, and left. up for Portland about five hours later. The City of Kingston, which has been in the hands of the painters and car penters for some time, is out again in the Sound service. The British admiralty will pay in sub sidies this year to the Cunard, White Star, Peninsula, Oriental and Canadian Pacific companies the sum of about $170,000 each. It costs Great Britain $20,000 to scrape the barnacles off the bottom of one of its big men-of-war and repaint It. This Iiob to be done twice a year In the case of nearly every vessel. The steamer Rosalie, which started from San Francisco for the Sound Tues day to go Into competition for the Alas ka business, has been forced back to the home port by an accident to her machinery. It Is reported that if Seattle succeeds in running a line of steam schooners to Central Americai, thus diverting the trade of the Pacific Mall Steamship Company, the latter will meet the oppo sition with a big cut. Telegraph. Yesterday morning the Oriental steam ship Victoria sailed for Yokohama and Hongkong. She had on board 2,000 tons of flour, a large amount of coal, a car load of condensed milk and a large number of psuedo Chinese merchants. Two Chinese ordered deported . from here were among the passengers. Tele graph. BEHIND THE COUNTER. All the ladles of the city were out shopping yesterday, and the proprietors of the different stores looked pleased. If It Is as bright today they will be out again for more goods, and every clerk Is praying that it will not be a rainy Friday. ' " . . ' Who loves a. rainy day? The clerks do not, that is certain. Better a house- full of customers, with the usual ier cent of women with empty purses, who look and price and beg for samples, but never buy, than to stand behind the counter, like "Mariana In the moated grange," and sigh for the customer that t'ometh not. It Is not pleasant to wait on the stray customer who comes In all out of pati ence with a rain that has taken all the crimp out of her hair, and all the sweet ness out of .her temper. She is sure to be hard to please, anl will probably go away with a very unpleasant memory of the occasion and the purchase not because the clerk wasn't obliging, but, because her mind was absorbed in the unpleasant thought of having to return home through the rain. Clerks would rather have a house full of customers, and not get a moment's rest, than to endure the Idleness and utter wearineps of a rainy day. A CALL. Astoria, Of,. May 1st, 1S94. To B. S. Worsley, Atsorla, Clatsop coun tv. Oreeron: Ve the undersigned electors of the county of Clatsop, and state of Oregon, in recognition of the fact that we de sire the olilce of county assessor to be conducted In that impartial manner and with the business ability which has saved u this county thousands of dol lars. Since your apKlntment as coun. ty assessor by the Hon. county court, would respectfully reqaest that you allow your name to appear upon the ticket as ant independent candidate tor the ifflce at county assewtor, .of Clat uop cuiay. at the general election to be held in this county on Monday, June 4th, 1W4. Respectfully yours. One Hundred and 81 Petitioners pn Ftlins Petition. To the One Hundred and Six Petition er and the Electors of Clatsop Coun ty: Gentlemen: Allow me to return to ymi my sincere thanks for the confl dencj expressed in your petition a your county assessor, and under the circumstances I moot respectfully c cept your nomination, end have filed your petition and If elected to succeed mveHf. I promise to perform the dtitls of' the office with fidelity in Justice and equity 10 all. Respectfully yours, B. S. WORSLEY. GERTRUDE UPSHUR'S BIRTHDAY. LOST. n h. .troot Friday, a laay s goia bowknoU Finder will please return to Dr. O. B. Estefl. REMOVED. Drs. A. I. & J. A. Fulton have re- thfr ni - nfflces. over A. V Allen's store. C. R. F. P. U. NOTICE. A aruM-lal meeting of the Co- lumhl. River Fishermen's Protective Union will be held at their reading room Saturday, May 19. 1894, at 7 p. m. sharp. Members in good standing are requested to be present, and have their book or receipt along. Business of great importance to be transacted. SOFUS JENSEN, Secretary. STANDS WITHOUT A RIVAL. Gentlemen: I havj been troubled with verv severe headache for years, and have taken a great many different remedies, but have never round any thing to elvo me as speedy and perma nent sure as Krause's Headache Cap sules. In mv ODlnlon they stand with out a rival; Uiey have cured me In cery case. JNO. N. wiK-ic;, 36 Adams ave., West, ueirou, mien. For sale by Chas. Rogers, soie agent, Astoria, Oregon. FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup Has been used for children teething. It not hp the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind cholio, and Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twen ty-five cents a bottle, sola oy au arug- glsts throughout the world. A SURE CURE FOR PILES. Ttchlnv Piles sue known by molBture like perspiration, causing Intense Itching wnen warm, 'rnia iurm, ub wen an ouuu, Bleeding or Protruding, yield at once to Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly on the parts affected, absorbs tumnra. nllavs Itching ana errecte s nurmnnlnl cur hflfl. DfUlfirist Or mall Circulars free. Dr. Bosanko, 329 Arch street. PhlladelDhla. Pa. Sold by J. W. Conn, TOSSING ON THE "ERI.NY" Is verv far from amusing, untraveled reader. If so be you are one. A rebel- lion fomented by each mountainous wave that smites the vessel's hull threatens absolutely to dislodge youi verv vitals from thel:' natural resting place, and a nausea so frightful that It would reconcile you to a termination of your sufferings by snipwrecK naissaes inu. Well for von then, or rather before this crisis. If you are provided with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, a swift remedy for and preventative of the nau- sea of travelers by sea or land, ner- vousness caused by the vibration of the wrew of a steamer or the Jarring of a railway train, and an antidote to bowel, llvpr and stomachic troubles caused. Dy lmnure water and unaccustomed food. The Bitters also counteracts the effectB of fatigue and exposure, and Is a safe- guard against malaria, rheumatism and kidney trouble. ORDINANCE NO. 189. (As Amended.) An Ordinance to Change the Names of Certain Streets Within the City of Astoria. The City of Astoria does ordain as fol lows Section 1. The streets within the City of Astoria running east and west, or in an easterly or westerly direction, and hereinafter called as they have hereto' fore been known and designated, shall be. and they are. hereby changed In name as follows: Concomly street. In. McClure's, and First street. In Adair's, to Astor Btreet Chenamus street, in McClure's, and Sec ond street, in Adair's, to Bond Btreet. Sauemoaue street. In Meciure s Water street, in Shlvely's, and Third street, in Adair s. to Commercial street. Jefferson street, in McClure's; Cusn- inr"s Court street, kB Shlvely's, and Fourth Btra3t, in Adair's, to Duane street '7?. - . . if. . j j. ASlur sireei, in iuciuico, o-uu Court street, In McClure's. Wall street and Hemlock street, In Shlvely's, and Fifth Btree In Adair's, to Franklyn avenue. Seventh street, In McClure's; Arch street an l Pine street, In Shlvely's, and Sixth street, in Adair's, to Grand ave nue. Eighth street. In McClure's; Wing street, in Shlvely's, and Seventh Btreet, In Adalrs. to Harrison avenue. Ninth street, in McClure's; Spruce street and Tulip street, In Shlvely's, and Eighth street, in Adair's, to Irving avenue. Tenth street, In McClure's, and Berry street, in Shlvely a, to Jerome avenue. Eleventh street. In McClure's; Fir street. In Shlvely's, and Powers avenue, In Adair's, to Kensington avenue. Twelfth stre?t, In McClure's, and Al der street, In Shlvely's, to Lexington avenue. Thirteenth street, In McClure's; South street and Charter street. In Shlvely'a, to Madison avenue. Summit avenue, in McClure's. and Summit avenue, In Shlvely's, to Niagara avenue. Section 2. The streets within the City of Astoria running north and south, or in a northerly and southerly direction, and hereinafter called, as they have heretofore been known and designated, shall be, and they are hereby chunged In name as follows: McClure street, In McClure's, to First street' Spruce street, In McClure's, to Second street. Madison street, in-McClure's, to Third street. Jackson street, in McClure's, . to Fourth street. Polk street, in McClure's, to Fifth street. Washington street, in McClure's, to Sixth street. Lafavette street. In McClure's. to Seventh street. Benton street, in McClure's, t-i Eighth street. Main street, in McClure's, to Ninth street. Cmi street, in McClure's. to Tenth street. Genevleva street, In McClure's. to Eleventh streeti Olney street. In McClure's, to Twelfth street ' . . Ferrell street. In McClure's, to Thir teenth street Wes'. Ninth rtreet. in Shlvely's, to Fo'irteenth street. West EJt-hth street, in Shlvely's. to Kirr-enth Btreet. West Heventh street, in Shlvely's, ' to Etvrwnth strt. West Sixth street, in Shlvely's, to tVonteenth street. wr. Klftn street. In Shlvely a, to E"ehteenh afreet. West Fourth street in Shlvely'a. to I Nl-etemrh street. . West Third street. In Shlvely's. to T-ntieth afreet. West flecor.d street in Shlvely'a. Tw-ntr-flrst Btreet. West First, street in Shivelv's. rweniy-seeona Btreet. 8lmon street, in Shlrely's, to Twen-P" imra mrwi. i , to Twenty Shlvely's, U rourxn Bireeu easx mrsr. street. In Twenty-firth street East Second street, In Shlvely's, to Twenty-sixth street. East Third street, In Twenty-Bu venth; street. Shlvely's, East Fourth ptrect. In Shlvely's, Twenty-eighth street. East Fifth street. In Shlvely's, Twenty-ninth street. ' . Eash Sixth street, In Shlvely's, Thirtieth street. East Seventh street, In Shlvely's, to Thirty-first street East Eighth street, In Shlvely to Thirty-second street. Auger avenue, In Adair's, to Thirty third street. Abernathy avenue, In 'Adair's, Thirty-fourth street. Bonneville avenue, in Adair's, to to Thirty-fifth street. Brenham avenue, In Adair's, to Thirty-sixth street. Canby avenue, In Adair's, to Thirty- seventh street. Dickinson avenue, In Adair's, to Thirty-eighth street. Gaines avenue, In Adair's, to Thirty ninth street. Gwin avenue, In Adair's, to Fortieth street. Jordan avenue,. In Adair's, to Forty- first street. Lane avenue, In Adair's, to Forty. second street. Mendell avenue, in Adair's, to Forty. third street Polk avenue, in Adair's, to Forty- fourth street. Ogden avenue. In Adair's, to Forty- fifth street. Wclcker avenue, In Adair's, to Forty- sixth street. First street In Alderbrook, to Forty- seventh street. Second street, In Alderbrook, to For ty-eighth street. Third street, in Alderbrook, .to Forty- ninth street Fourth street, in Alderbrook, to Fif tieth street. Fifth street, in. Alderbrook, to Fifty- first street. Sixth street, In Alderbrook. to Fifty- second street. Seventh street. In Alderbrook, to Fif ty-third street. Eighth street. In Van Dusen s, to Fifty-fourth street. Ninth street, in v an Dusen s, to Fifty-fifth street Tenth street, in van Dusen s. to jnrty-sixtn street Eleventh street, in Van Dusen's, to Fifty-seventh street, Twelfth street, In Van Dusen's, Fifty-eighth Btreet Thirteenth street,-in Van Dusen's, to Fifty-ninth street. r ouneenin street, in van uusen s, to Sixtieth street Fifteenth street. In Van Dusen s, to Sixty-first street Seventeenth street, In Van Dusen'u. to Sixty-second street. Nineteenth street, In Van Dusen's, to Sixty-third street Twenty-first street, in Van Dusen's, to Slxty-rourtn street. Section 3. Said Ftreets and avenues shall hereafter be known and designat- ed by the new or changed names, and not otherwise. Section 4. All ordinances or parts of ordinances In conflict with this ordin ance be and the same are hereby re pealed. Passed the Common Council April 24, 1S'J4. Attest: K. OSBURN, - Auditor and Police Judge City of As toria. Approved April 26th, 1894. ALFRED KINNEY, Mayor. BIDS FOR STREET SIGNS. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the committee on streets and public ways, of the Oity of Astoria, at the offlce of the Auditor and Police Judge, until Monday, May 28th, 1894, at 2 ocloek p. m., of said day for 1.000 STREET CORNER SIGNS. . Materials used and work performed must be In strict accordance with plans and specifications now on file in the Auditor's office. ' , Bids must be made on blanks fur- nlshed by tho Auditor and Police Judge, , , . ... l i.,,i v.. ty signed by some responsible tax payer. Work to be completed on or before the 1st day of July, 1894. The right to reject any and all bids is hjreby reserved By order of the Committee on Streets and Publlo Ways. Attest: K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge, Astoria, Oregon, May 16, 1894. MUNICIPAL BONDS FOR SALE. Notice Is hereby given that sealed pro posals will he received by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria, Clatsop county. State of Oregon, until Tuesday, the- 6th day of June. 1894. at 2 o'clock p. m., for the sale of Astoria municipal bonds In the sum of 30,000 for ten years' time, and to bear Inter est at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually. The right to reject any and all bids is hereby reserved. By order of the Common Council. Attest: K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge, City of As toria. Astoria, Oregon,- May 17, 1894. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is 'hereby given that the coun ty court of Clatsop county, Oregon, has appointed the undersigned administra tor of the estate o fAntoine Maene. de ceased. All persons having claims against said estate are requested to pre sent same to the undersigned at his piacj or business in the city of Astoria, Or., duly verified as by law required. within six months from this date. All persons indebted to said estate are nltlned to pay same immediately. ALEXANDER GILBERT. Astoria, Aprli 20th, 1894. Administrator of the estate of An- tolnee Magne, deceased. FACE A2D FIGVnE show it, If vou're a iieultby wonnn. 'l'hey'll have a beauty of their own, no matter wlmt your features. Perfect health, with Its clear skin, rosy cheeks, ami bright eyes is enough to make any woman attractive. To pet perfect health, tie faithfully Lr. Tierces Fa vorite Prescription, 'flint regulates nd promotetdl the proper fund Ions of wo manhood, improves diges tion, enriches the blood, die pels aches and pains, brings ref whine sleeu and restores health, flesh and strength. For periodical Dalnf. nroIaDstts and pthcr displacement, br-arinr-down en? 1 Broadway, In Shlvely' cations, and "female complaints" gen 10 erally, it U so rfl'rctivo that it can b guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit or curt), 10 vou hare TourmourT back, lsanvthinir ,an' 'a J" ,UU W"T Uke,J 10 U ffl IMDAIDCn 111 til kSBri'' 17.11 to: Prep.ircd by the- New I AM SO HAPPY! 3 BOTTLES OF Relieved roe of a severe Mood trouble. It has also caused my hair to grow out again, as it had been falling out by the handful. After trying many physicians in vain, I am so happy to find a cure in S. S. S. O. H. Llbkkt, Galveston, Tex. SCI JPF? hTSminir wit perms of dis ""'V"" ease ami tho poison as well, ag CSTlt Is entirely vegetable o-.ul harmless. S" Truatlso em lll.nxl awl Skin mailed free, KJ bwmr Si"'cif;c Co.. Atlanta. Ga. Kopp's Beer Hall. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. KENTUCKY WHISKEY Only handed over the car, The largest glass of N. P. Beer. Half-and-half, 5c. Free Lunch. Erickson & Wirkkala, Proprietors, Cor. Concomly and Lafayette Sts. THE Astoria Rational Bank TRANSACTS A General Banking Business Accounts of Firms and Individuals solicited on favorable terms. Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought and sold. Money loaned on personal security. Interest paid on time deposits as fol lows: For '3 months, 4 per cent per annum For 6 months, 5 per cent per annum For 12 months, 6 per cent per annum A Savlngis Department. Having been established in connection with the above, deposits will be re ceived In sums of one dollar and up ward. Interest will be allowed as follows: On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent per annum; on term savings books, 6 per cent per annum. JO ilflllUlUll xmuik D. K. WARREN, President. J. E. HIGGINS, Cashier. J. C. DEMENT, Vlce-Prest. D. K. WARREN, J. C. DEMENT, C. "8. WRIGHT, JOHN IIOBSON, THEO. BRACKER, Directors. TtfEflSTOHlflSAVlflGSBAM Acts as trustee for corporations and individuals. Deposits solicited. Interest will be allowed on savlngt deposits as follows: On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent ptr annum. On term savings books, 6 per cent per annum. On certificates of deposit: - For three months, 4 per cent per an l.u'm. For six months, 5 per cent per annum For twelve months, 6 per cent per annum. J. Q. A. BOWLBY President BENJ. YOUNG Vice President FRANK PATTON Cashier W. E. DEMKNT Secretary DIRECTORS. J. Q. A. Bowlby,,C. H. Page, G. A. Nelson, BenJ. Young, A. S. Reed, D. P. Thompson, W. B. Dement. ASTORIA WOOD YARD D. & D. Campbell, Proprietors. Dealers In all kinds of First Class Fuel. Fir, Vine Maple, Spruce Limbs, Alder, Hemlock and Ash. Also, best grades of Wellington, Newcastle, Cannel, Mi Cumberland coal. Leave orders at Canrahan & Co ' itore, or at yard, foot of Spru:e street. Orders promptly filled, and SATISFACTION GUARATEED. ROSS HIGGINS k CO. Grocers, : and : Butchers Astoria and Upper Astoria. Fin. T.as anj Coffees, TaHo Delicacies. Domestic and Tropkal F-rults, Vegetables, Sugar Cured Hams, bacon, Etc. Choke Fresh anJ Salt Meats. FREEMAN & BREMNER, Blacksmith. . Special attention paid to steamboat re pairing, first-class horseshoeing;, etc. LOCCIHG CAJBP WORK A SPECIALTY. W Olner street, between Third and and. Fourth. Astoria, Or. EVERY REQUISITE FOR : First Class Fanerals : AT POflli'S Undertaking Parlors, THIKD STREET. Rates Reasonable. Enbalmlng . Specialty. hircciinM l?3 is a cotnmo:i ailment, anj one which h t'-J veva-vv-3tin-.' MPk ii rcco.'ijrod a a 5 V.llti.il'ii: l.n!nr I ! liiMl:;ii.nt of it, .mil p BORDEN'S I PEERLESS J BRAND fg Evaporated Cream is the most valuable fotnt of milk, because of its uniform quality, perfect tterilizatioil anil easy digestibility. - Yori Condensed Mlli Co. NEW CARPETS We can say of carpets what was said of furniture a day or two sinoo that this stock is not only the best in Astoria, but twice over the largest. There's buying inspiration in our prices, too. No mat ter what kind of carpets yon want, come to u. for we Lave it Chas. Heilborn & Son. GREATLY REDUCED RATES MADE BY THE Southern Pacific Go. FOR THE CALIFORNIA Jiiiduiintef fair 1)011(10 TRIP TICKETS GOOD TOR . 30 DAYS TO AND RETURN $27.50 EXCURSION TRIPS FROM SAN FRANCISCO to other points In California will be allowed purchasers of special Midwinter Fair tickets at the following round-trip rates; TO STATIONS UNDER 150 MILKS FROM SAN FRANCISCO, ONE AND ON E-TH I RD one way far. TO STATIONS itoMILESOR MORE FROM SAN FRANCISCO, ONE ANDONE-F1FTH on. way fare. For Special rates and full Information, Inquire of J B KIRKLAND, Dlst, Passenger Agent at 134 Front St., Portland Or. or address th. underslged. RICH'D GRAY, T. H. GOODMAN, Gen. Traffic Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. E. P. ROGERS, A. G.'P. A., Portland, Oregon. ASTQRIA IRON WORKS, Concomly St., foot of Jackson, Astoria. General Machinists and Boiler Makers Land and Marin. Engines. Boiler work, Steam boat and Cannery Work Specialty. Castings of All Descriptions Mad. t Ord.r on Short Notice. John Fox. President and Superintendent A. L. Fox Vice President O. B. Prael Secretary Push a Lucky Man Into the Nile, snyg the Arablnn proverb, and he will come oat with a flflh in his month. Our Buyer was elated Inst month, and when he re turned home Hie saya: "I got 'era; got 'em cheap ; got 'em to sell ; got 'em ao as to nndersell all otlier deal ers in Fine Kentucky Whiskies on the Coaat. Over fifty demijobna of it weut out yesterday but custom ers wcot with them, ' HUGHES & CO. J. A. FASTABEND, GENERAL CONTRACTOR, PILE DRIVER, HOUSE, BRIDGE AND WHAHK IICILDEH. I AJdress.box 180, PosWfice. ASTORIA, OR To enre ecMtlveisMW the medicine mnat h Dwiratlian at iurk-UJvt it tuuat oontala touic,MUeratlveituiicttutrlle proportie. tmmtnH th iM, innlltle, and anmrlily rw. t'Mr to tin. Iiowt-la I li.-lr nnlnrmi periataltiO muUou, no M-iitta4 to regularity. Tbeiw tlnr Cctmilea axestmerlcr to Bulsam ot Conalba. 3 Cube! and Inldctlona. (wm They cure lu a3 hoara tlie VJ 4 same aeaaea without ftnylncoa Tenlence. I0LB BY ALL DRUGGISTS Wo P lis "mm'i y pacific n.n. h tho tine to take t all points EASTand SOUTH It is the DINING CAR ROUTE H offers the best service, comj billing SPEED and COMFORT It Is the popular route with those who with to travel on the SAFEST! It I) therefore the route you should take. It runs through vestibuled trains every day iu the year to St. Paul and Chicago No Chang of Oars, , Elegant Pullum Sleepers, Superior Tourist Sleepers, Splendid Fret Second-class Sleepers, Only one o'lange of ears Portland to New York Through Tickets To Any Part of the civilized world. Pangenzcrs ticketed vis. all boat! runnlnir between Astoria, Kalams and Portland. Full Information eoncemlmr rates, time of trains, routes and otlier details furnished 00 )ulleatlonto C. W. STONE, Agent Antorl. Htcatner Telephone Dock. A. D. CHARLTON, Aulfltant General Passenger Agent, No. 121 First Ht.,cor. VValUnt(ton, Portland, Oregon CHICAGO; piIIiWflllpE And ST.PAUlt RAILWAY Connecting with All Transcontinenta Lines is the Only Line running BJjECTRIC - LIGHTED - CARS BETWEEN St Paul and Chicago. AND Omaha and Chicago. The Express Trains consists of Vestibuled, Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars, HEATED BY STEAM, And furnished with Every Luxury known In noder railway travel. For SPEED, COMFORT and SAFETY This Line is Unequaled. . Tickets on sal. at all prominent railway offices. For furth.r Information Inquire of any ticket ageMi, or C. J. EDDY, General Agent. J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agt. PORTLAND, OREGON. (f IflOO worth of lovely Music ferForty- Illll I II m full all. Sheet uslc uf th tost popular a latest, brightest, liveliest and most popular 3; selections, rwtn vocal and Instrumental. gotten up In th. most elreant manner. In- 2 eluding four largo sli. Portraits, -J jf CAHML-SCITA, tht Bptuihh Darter, 5 ST: PADttewSKI, r Onat Planltt, zZl 2 ADiUNA PAW and fc MINNIt 8EUQMAN CUTTING. rS ,77 au oaseaa r Z THE NEW V0RK MUSICAL ECHO C0.E2 Uroadway Theatre Bldg., New York City. ; , canvassers wanted s?f It 111 III III 111 111 III III III THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE (WORCESTERSHIRE) SAUCE Imparts the moat delicious taste and seat to EXTRACT of a U.I'1'KK from a M IHCA1. GENT1.KM A N tit Mudraa, to Ma brmlirr at WORCESTER, Wiv. ,Bsi. 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