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TUB MOKfllJlG .ASTOKIAN, SUNDAY OCTOBEH 15. 1JJ99.
The Road Is Aiming lu Secure
Terminal on the Pacllic Coast.
TO THE YELLOWSTONE FIRST
A Call lur HiJvf.ir iboConisiructinn
or a Branch Line From Talouka
lo Cody, Wyoming.
The Hurllngton within a few week
will begin the ootitruujon of lu road
westward wiih tha I'aclfie coast as in
It li jut seven years Iff) 4hlN fall
that th flrat rumor of tho Hurllngton
westward extension mi published
inrougnnut tn Waal. Every year
since that tlnva oris or two good nnor
If have gained currency, but not until
ft few days ago wu anything ft von out
A wrrk ago last Saturday bids were
callrd fur from th fnneral superta'
tend'tit'e oltlca In Chicago for tha con
trui tlnn of a branch Una from Taloo
aa. Mont., to Cody, Wyo., and on to
the eastern bordw of Yellowstone
AH-orumf to in survey mad by a
cor. of Turlington engineers thla pnat
aummer . the branch will begin at Ta
look on tha main Una near Kurt Cus
ter and proovd up to and croealng Pry
or crrrk. at lia head. Than It will fol
low around Pryur mountain on the
wee' aid, thenoe uihwest to tha val
Icy of Hh nation river, thence up tha,
north ldo of the Situation to a (Hitnt
about a mil wxat of Corbett and Into
"odv. Aftur leaving Cody the right-of-way
winds around Cedar mountain
n the aouth alda up tha aouth fork of
the tihoshone rlvar croaelng at Jack
son's lli'l will on to the Yellowstone.
, TMi la aa far u tho construction la
contemplated at thla tlmt. Tlioaa In an
oiticial poaltlon alala, however, that tha
pns.nl activity la but tha flrat at. p on
tha part of tha road to securing a ter
mlnal ou tha Pacific coaat. It la point.
rd uiit that the new construction itwi
not In any m-iib opon up a new coun
try, but on tha othor hand paasos
through a district already tapped by
other lima and therefore tha construe
tlon will mean nothing else than the
fa-glnning of a coast vxtonslon, .
The plan of aurvry, however, opens
up a now rout and one heretofore
never spoken of ua a prospective con
tinental line. The prveetit Western
termtnua or tha Burlington la Wlllnge.
ilont., where coiinoriloti la made with
the Nortlwrn I'aclflo on tranavontlnuut
al business. Home two yeara ago a
aurvry wassnad from lUIUog. taking
the line to nutte, then paralleling tho
Montana Central to Great Falls and
weatward dividing tha territory with
the Clival Northern and Northern Pa
cific Thla took tha road through the
Judith basin, one of tha richest die
trlrl In nil Montana and yet undvvol
oped by any road.
The entrance to the baaln wo only
by a narrow paaa through tho pelt
mountnlna. Ucfore the Burlington
could secure the paaa President Jitmes
J. Hill, of the Orea.1 Northern, flll on
II and at once a gang of men werw put
to work grading and laying track
about half a mile long. Thla enVttal
ly caused the Ilurllngton to abandofj
the northern route and much angula
tion hia been Indulged In alnc aa to
how It would gat to tha Weat.
It la apparent to all who underatand
the iltuatlon that the action of Presi
dent Hill In the Judith gap haa foroad
tha Uurllngton to build westward and
abandon Montana to the Great North
rn and Northern Paclflo on h north
and aouth. It will alao have tha effect
of taking Billing off tha main line
which, with the completion of the
Yellowstone Park extension, will turn
aouthwrat at Talooka.
The Intention! of tha road after the
Yellowstone extension la completed are
known only In general office circle
but under offlclala are confident that
before long tha Burlington will have
a terminal on the ooaat, '
WHEN THBRH WILL PBJ NO DARK
NESS. A Look Into the Lighting of the Next
From the Near Orleana Time-Democrat
"Within the next fifty yeara, Raid a
New Orleana architect, "the people of
thla and every other larg Southern
city will do moat of their eleeplng by
day. The tranaformatlon will be ef
feoted by cheap llghta. Inside of the
next half cen'.ury lighting will be to In
expensive, eo excellent and so abundant
that It will wipe out the demarcation
of day and night. Darknesa la one of
the fore of nature against which civ
ilization wagoa war. It facilitates
crime, It Impedea travel, It puta arbi
trary llmlla on human exertion. The
time Is coming when darkness will be
thoroughly conquered, and the great
rltlos flooded from end to end with an
effulgence that will make every voca
tion of life as easy and aa practicable
Rt one hour as another. In this lntltude
nlfrM Is undoubtedly the beat time to
wnrk-espcplally during our long sum-
meM. The temperature from sunset to
sunrise la cool and equable, there Is al
most always a refreshing breese and
na soon as darkness is abolished the
people will gradually and naturally re
verse tha hour of toll.
I venture the predlntlon that noon
In 1.'M) will ae tha at reft a of New
Orleans dcaertad, except for a f'w
mlddny rolalerer and polkmnen with
iinNliadx, lteaectable folka will be
abed and aaleep, ' enjoying that d-
light ful repoaa which we now aaeoclata
with an afternoon aleata, aorninhlng,
by tha way, that ehould have long ago
glvon uh a Up that day waa tha proper
lime for reat, Then, when tha wonder
ful Incaiideactite of tha future blai
forth at dunk, everybody will arlaa In
vigorated and alert, and gH i-dy to
begin the nlght'a work. It la a beauti
ful vlalon. Whenevi'T I conjure It up
1 could weep for vexstlon lo think that
I waa born a omitury too aoon.
MUHT NOT 131! I)WKriED.
Dug In rhlllpiilnna There to Hlay Con
ul Wlldman'a Opinion of Otis.
M win Wlldman, former United
States vlre-cmisul at Hong Kong, ar
rlvad hue yesterday on tha ati-amahlp
PI. Loula, aocotnpaitlad by his wife,
says the New York Tribune. They
left Hung Kong In July laat, and spent
aometlme In India, Parte and London
on thlr way home.
Mr. Wlldman haa decided views re
garding Philippine affairs, and la of the
opinion that Omwal Otis la not the
man to conquer Uio Filipinos, and that
he should be rtploond by younger
"fho Phlllpplnea," ha said yeeterday.
are well worth tha struggle. The
country la magnificent, and the climate
good, Thire are seven months of
txoellent weather, and than eomea the
rainy aeaaon. All una can do than la
to do nothing. But then In every coun
try thnra la a bad tint of the year,
The aooner we get down to governing
the Islands the better. They are worth
much from a commercial point of view.
Tlw whole country la rich and produc
tive. General Oils la too old and not suf
ficiently aggreaaive. He trtea to do the
whole thing out there, and, like every
other man who trlea to do It all. he dore
"The great need out In tlw kalanda la
a young and aggreealva man. It Is a
country for young men and not for men
of Otis' age.
"Otis will never conquer the people,
fur ha does not undvratand them. They
are connan'.ly Impoalng upon him and
When tuld that It had been alleged
that Admiral Dewry said that 01 la
should stop his lying reports, Mr.
"What the admiral said I do not
know, but I know that he la a thorough
American and aays what be means.
lie apeaks. aa It were, right nut from
th shoulder, and what he aays he
means. I stand by whatever he has
"When will the war emir
"That I canot say. It depends on the
pollry of the government. There are
two waya of ending the war first, by
oiiluk. aggreaaive movea Into the coun
try by detached regiments, and second,
by compromuilng with the Philippine
leadera. The second, It Beams, will not
be adopted, so the flrat ahould be push'
rd. A general should be put out there
who Is young, experienced and a fighter
-aornc ont mIm knjus aomuthlng about
righting IiidU-w. H)thef aenrul Law
tun or Qeiiera.1 Mai-Arthur would do.
)enoral Mllea wou,ld alao be a good
man If he waa sent. ,
"Alt to w,hO'ls more capable of self-
government, the Filipinos or tha Cu
nana, I would say that I have. never
been acquainted .with the Clibana, I
am led to bellev. hewaver, that noni
of .he native peop rf capable of
self government In the hlgheat aenae of
the word. The only way that the na
Uvea could govern thetr.eolvea Is under
"I believe that the flag In the Phll
lpplnea should never be lowered. We
have got to conquer or annihilate them.
Tho question Is, which will our war dot
We ave got to whip them.
"I want to say now thsA at no time
did Agulnaldo or any of the Filipinos
get a promise of Independence. Ad
miral IVwey made them no promises.
We took Agulnaldo over to Manila to
well, the same aa any other man waa
brought over here to help. At no time
waa anything said about giving them
Independence. You will notloe that In
his manifesto Agulnaldo la careful not
lo' ay directly that there were any
promises made. That talk always
comes from some of his followers who
have something to gain by, his success.
"Agulnaldo la a man who haa risen
from the ranks of the common people.
He Is without education, but has a
bojp. genius for leading."
THE OCTOPUS AS FOOD.
The octopus now find a place on the
fish stalls in Jersey, where It Is eaten
either dried or fresh. The local esti
mate of It Is that It makea very good
eating, but the local taste also Inclines
to other things which do not find favor
with alien palate. Octopus fishing
parties have been very popular in the
Channel Islands of late, not, however,
because the uncouth creature Is de
sired for food, but on acourft of the
destruction It works among the lob
SOME OF IT LOCATED.
Kansas City Journal.
The reported shortage In Iron moves
a St. Louis papr to Inquire: "Where
has all the Iron gone to?" To many
places. Some of It has cntertfd the
soul of the man who said there could
bo no prosperity without free silver.
Cut glass, or any
kind of glass ware,
window panels and
mirrors will sparkle
if you use Gold
Dust. It docs the
work your muscle
has to do when
you use fcoap.
m4 for tm kaohM-
Trie N. K. PAIBBANK COMPAfff
P. n. Sharpie's
Bqilders' Heavy and Shelf
BTRONO COURSE-Well equipped
quick eat and beat way to sMate OertlAratea.
Expanses for year from H to Board It 10 to O par week; CalUom. Ml
par (arm of tea weak. Ftll term begma September lath: Bummer term Jane K
to Baptesober t For catalogue addreee p. U CAVPBPXU PraeMaot
or W. A. WANK Baa of Faculty.
The North Paeiflc Brewer)-, of wliiih
Mr John Kopp it proprietor, make be r
for domes' to and export traJu.
forth Pacific Brewery
The Leading Visiting and Wedding Card
. . . Engravers . . .
22 H 23 WASHINGTON BUILDING,
Breakfast Food & Select Bran . . .
. Barley food T ..Yeast, Cocoa
Acme Gluten Farina, Acme Wheat Flakes and Standard Rolled Oats
dlA. V. ALLEYS
PORTLAND, ORE., FRONT
European plan, 80o to t,V) per day.
American plan, $1.00 to 12.00 per day.
CHAS. HEILBORN & SON
In all sizs
The Only Rlrst-Closn
Hardaiare,Ship Chandlery, Etc.
Training School for TaacWra.
Ungraded Country School Work.
Graduates Secure Good Positions.
traJDine: departments. Normal course
Bottlexl oeer for family nae, or keg
beer supplied at any time, delrvvy It
the city free.
PQKTLAND, OR., Our Utt's.
AND MORRISON STS.
OSCAR ANDERSON, Manitger-
J. C. PENUKGAMT, Chief Clerk.
We shall continue to sell
Iron and Brass Bodsteads
at the Mine Low Prices
regardless of the raise in
the price of iron and braea
Hotel In Portland
i AcmniA a Mr rniiiMPiA
lera,"" PORTLAND. Arrlv.
I-M a. m. Portland Cnlon I)epol"iil:U a ni"
i:W p. m.jfor Aeiorla and Inter :up.m.
j " ASTORU. 7 1
7.4." aim For Portland 4"in-lll:0a.m.
( 10 p,m.termedlate polnta 10:M p.m.
" 8BASIDB DIVIHION.
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SPECIAL SEASIDE BL'NDAT TRAIN
Leaves Astoria at 1:30 a. m.; arrivaa at
Seaalda l.tf a. .m.
Passengers may return on any train
bown on schedule on same data.
ALL TRAINS to sad from Seaside ruo
ot Flavel and Hammond via Warren
ton. All trains make close connections at
Coble with all Northern Pacific train
to and from the east or Bound points.
At Portland with all trains leaving
At Astoria with L R. eV N. Co.' boat
and rail line to and from Ilwaco and
North Hatch polnta.
THROUGH TICKETS an aale at As
tori for Sacramento, San Francisco, all
Eastern and European point.
City ticket office Astoria. U4 Cormner.
tial street J. C. UATO,
Oea'l lYt and Paaa. Agent.
between Minncapoll?, St. Psul
and Chicago, is entcrtainhirty
described In an illustrated
booklet, which will be fur
nished mi on application to
W. H. MEAD, Gen. Agt.,
948 Wuhtnfton Rtraet,
Com. A rant,
603 First Arson,
union mmi mm
Established during tbe reign of Queen
Anne. A. D. 1711
FIRE AND LIFE.
tuoaonoea (J&ptiai i ijdu uuu in
Aseeu U.a.tH SO
8urpln to policy holders i KIJJt Ot
Exclusive of paid up capital
Law Union and Crown
Fire and Life Insur
Subscribed or guaranteed cap
ital $TJ00 90
Capita paid on 1 JSC 100 00
Assets urn so
Catton, Bel! & Co.
Oeoe ml Agaota, Baa rnuecleco. Cat
Reatdeot Ag 4a, Astoria. Oregon.
iPast Hall tr Aberdeea
UHpdkane. Helens. Butte,
ao a. m
j Hp. m
12:38 p. m
kiago, New tnrk.Knstoi
bkod all points east am
ka l Bouiheait.
RMrUaad. BanUt and
Tiaoma Express; fori
Meattla, Taenma, Olrn-I
kia and IstormftrtUM
points. Aim ptiinn taow
Three ways to Bt ran, otneJ, Ksa
saa City aad oxtier Iflwnosl ctvor notnta.
Tl ae ana onewiit aj-s oo ox. navm.
If it tukae and T4a. . , r -
Four and esaf oW to Waaadnrtan,
V4t o'clock moraine; train will make close
onneotiOOa at OOble wWh tbs eaat boand
TTntca depot oo leotloos a aH prtsnlaal
Wea. . . .
Bacasgo cnaoa i lorvugn n ui smia
Hem at tloketa.
For alejft oar reaetitlona. Hestots,
Mass of roatea and other Inton nation,
""Ta vtrra a-.
AjMtatant Oensral Paaaaner Ant, X
Morrlsoa Btreot Portland. Or.
MOTrS PENNYROYAL PiLLS
Ihvy ovttrcoine Wsaknbwi, Irrjru
lurit y ntxt oi:ilion?,liH rv ? it or
d tiinian " imuiB ul nirnHtruv
Hull." TliT sru " I.lffl NHVfa1
tuirlrlm,t womtiihouti. nillni;cl
known rt'imilT fur w !.'
' ttt.in. t;a..uot du, Iihiiii
n hi' iwi.ll. ttv ir,tiriFi..
WOTV C2K?i;t.At.Cil-" v'
i Dr. Willlnnris' Indian fie
liltfi'diui; and !U'u:r,i
ailuj s tho iU'Ling ul unco, aor.'
is a naimice, civcs Ir.str.n : r
lief. Dr. Wlliliims'IiKlmnl'lleOin
ment In nretiareil for Plica anJ licb
Inir of the private purts. Krery bo w
warranteiL Bv drnvalots. by mail on re
Upt o! pore. 50 cents an.l 1.(HI. WILLHS
SANlirlCTURlNS CO.. fropa, ;ievptei.., OkU
LIKE I JJltoste
ST0SB OsLS-'O tottlt
ran. XS c,st
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UKI'ART Kro,0 fonUtDa Aaaivi
rU( -sit Lake, 1-eDTr r.rt.
Worth, Ousba. Kao- f."
JloTn. I,ulath' Hlwe t Ur?'
I ( hlcaao sud East, tM
All fUlllnj UsUa lUb
For Sao rnuwtsno-Mall
Oc'. . 10, l a, gj0
! Colcnbta River
7amas8a Htsamere tsmesHo
oday To portiaad a4 Ddar
WUUaattt aag Vaas- l p m.
am. blU Rivers. Mou.,Wed,
Klparia cHvar. LLwito
Leare dlj aaaa kivst.
1:40 a.m. Rlpariato UwUton. dijjy
Frum fortlsnd I
WILLAJSmK aVTF.R fM
Krlday " rlu4 a Saturday
0. W. tOUNSBSERT.
OaL Paa. Ami Pertlaag, Or.
A familiar same for tha Chicago, Mil
waukee A 9c Paul Railway, known all
over the union aa Of Oreat Railway
Tunnbg the "Pioneer Limited' trains
vary day aod night beta-sen St. Paul
and Chicago, ana Oma&a and Chicago.
'The only perfect traJna In die world."
Understand: Cooaectlone are made wttb
all Transcontinental Zmaa. aaauring to
paaeegenrs the best aemea Knows. Vox-
urloua eoachea, aleotrlc light, steam beat,
of a verity equaled by Bo other Una.
Bee that your ticket reada vta "The
MUwaukea" when going to any point in
tb United States or Canada. AU ticket
tgenta eell tbesn.
For ratea, pamphleta, or other iafonna
Uon. (eddr s,
J. W. CASEY. C. J. EDDT.
Trav. Paaa. Agt. General Aerent.
Portland. Or. Portlaod. O.r
Through palace and toortat sleeper,
dining and library observation ears.
EUSOANT VE3TIBULB TRAINS.
No. 4 United leavee Portland at 1:11)
No. t Limited arrives Portland at IJO
For rates, etc., can or address
O. W. LOUNSBERRT.
Agent O. R. ft N., Aatorta.
C. P. A T. A-.Portlaad Ore
EAST AND SOUTHEAST
PULLMAN PALACB SLEEPERS,
. TOURISTS SLEEPERS and
FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
Salt Lake. Denver, Omaha,
Chicago, Kansas City
and other Eastern eltlee. ,
BagragO checked tnrrraj-n to oaatlnatloa.
Union Depots, fast tune, loweat rata,
Ptntactt light In all oars.
For ratea and ottter tarormatloa call oa
O. W. LOUNBBERRT, Agent.
O. R. N. Co.
or J. H. LOTHROP, Oea. Ageat.
Us TBiro Bt.. cor. Alder, Portland, or.
I OVERLAND EX-
rKtaa, lor Balem,
an CTanciaco, wlo
iave, Loa Angeles,
El Paso, New Or
leana and the Eaat
: A. H
Via Woodbura, for
Mount Angel, 811
verton, West Sclo,
field and Nation....
4:M P. U
17:M A. M
M:W P. Ml
(jo reams paaaenger :M A. M
Independence paaa' tS:lS A.M
ually, tDallj except Sunday.
Connecting at San Francisco with Oeol
dental & Oriental, PacUlo Uail and Oaa
anlo ateamiihlp lines for
T'r'V, CHINA. AUSTRALIA.
HAWAII AND THE PHILIPPINES.
Rebate ticket on aale tlaljjr between
Portland, Sacramento, and San Francis
co. Net rates S17 fl rat-elms, and U aeo-ond-class,
Rates and tickets to Kastern points and
Europe. Also Japan, China, Honolulu
and AustrHlla. On be otxninr! frrn J. B.
KIRKIAND. Ticket AKent, 13a Third at.
R. KOEHLER, C. H. MARKHAM
Manager. a. F. 4 P. A
Through tickets Eaat for loweat rata
Call on C. J Tronchard. local airent.
a or a oflce. Astoria,
THE "North.Weatern Limited" train,
electric lighted throughout, both In
ild and out, and etaam Heated, are,
without exception, the finest train In the
world. Tbsy embody the latest, newest
and best Idea for comfort, convenience
and luxury aver offered the traveling
public, and altogether are the most oo ra
pine and splsndld production of the ear
builder' art. 1 i
These Splendid Train
The Great Northern
The Northern f'aciflc and
The Canadian Pacific
AT ST. PAUL FOR
CHICAGO and the EAST.
No extra charge for the superior ac
commodations and an classes of ticket
are available for passage on the famous)
-North-western Limited." Ail trains oa
this line are protected by the Interlocking
Block ayatera .
W. H. HEAD, F. C. SAVAOK.
' Oea'l Agent, T- A.
If yoa co east vU BlUlnajra aod V
The Burn m-too route raos
through tourket aleepera twice a
week. Seattle to Kanaaa Otjr-Oes
oo at any point along tb main
line of the Northern Pacific in
Washington or Uoo tana gat off
at Kanaaa City.
Standard aleepera, eve day ta
th week. But tie to St Louis Tia
Lincoln, Omaha, and Bt Joaepa.
A. C. HELXQN,
General r&eMujar Aeat,
Portland, Or oa.
Oregon Short Line
THE DIRECT ROUTE TO
Montana. Utah, Colorado
and all Eastern Prints.
Gives choice of two favorite roots, via
the Union Padflo Fast Kail Lute, or
th Rio Grande Soenlo Lines.
LOOK AT THE TIKE
1 Days to Salt Lake !
2 Days to Denver
3 Days to Chicago
4 J Days to New York.
Free reclining- oh sir, upholstered toor
bt sleepms; oars, and Pullman palaea
aleepera, operated on aH trams.
For fartiier Information, apply to
Agent, a R. N.,
Or t i Aatorta, Oregon.
C O. TERRY, W. E. COKAN,
Trav. Pass Agt. Geo. Ageat. .
Ut Third Bt. Port) and. Or.
WHITE COLLAR LINt
OotumMa Rhrar and ruget Bound Navt
Bailey Gatzert leaves Aatorta dally,
except Sunday, at 7 p. m. . .
Leaves Portland dally except Sun
day at 7 a. m. ' - .
White Collar line tickets and O. R,
it N. ticket Interchangeable on Bailey
Oatsert and Hassala Far between
Astoria and Portland, St cents.
A. J. Twrlor, Astoria Agt. !
XT. B. SCOTT, Telephone UL
When people are contemplating a bnr.j
whether oa business or pleasure, they,
naturally want the best aervloa oh.)
taloaNe so far aa speed, comfort sad
safety ta concerned. Employee of tha
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINE! are
uald to serve the publlo sod our trains
are operated so aa to make olosa coa-i
neotlons with diverging Hues at afi
Juncvtloo points. l
Pullman Palace Bleeping and Chair Cars
on through train a j
Dining Car servtos unexcelled. Meala
served a la carta
In order to obtain this flat class service,'
ask the ticket agent to sell you a ticket
TheWisconsin Central Lines.:
and you will make direct oonnectlona at
Bt. Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee and
all pointa eaat
For any further Information call on aay
ticket agent, or correspond with
JAB. C. POND, Gen. Paaa. Agent,
or J AS A CLOCK. Milwaukee, Wla.
Qeneraj Ages i
Ml Stark Bt. rortiand Ore.