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MollNIMi STOHIAN, 'I HIIJXSlM . NOYEMBKM i. J. 99.
Take Cuticura Resolvent
Bertus It li to pur kinl wholesome that
mothers CM glv It freely to children ci
til age. II cools and cloajiset tlis Hood,
and I) Of til great. Velu In Speedily
curing dltflgarlng, burning, caljr humor,
raalica, and Irritation, whon taken In con-
Unction with hot batlit of Ctmcuiu Boir,
ml geull anointings with Cirricuiu, th
great (kin cur and parent of emollient.
, l-MttiiikiMlllkail4. r.irra. Darn i.n fan.
i Cw, I'lvy... )! Hull 1UU lUU'trea.
We mIuiiiIiI manage our fortune Ilk
our cuiatltutlon: enjoy It when good
have puilem whn bad, and never ap
ply violent ivtnwllm but In case of
ni- amty -uix ncrnueauwi,
'V . ,4Jltr A -X., WW 'I
' itCTINf. lit'
The Remarkable etiIi'Vcni nt Willi
In Hie Lust Half IVnuir;.
i'Kksidiint danikl's addkkss
The lhuiic in 1'iilillc Scntliiunt To-
wurd Knllrouris us Ind Kutcd liv the
Clutlun of C'hiiuntcy Uqitw
to I nlticl t'lutis Ncntitc.
Karl's Clover Root Tea
in ""'" hm fimii.tnl.in. I"iiH( llt
Hlil, llin l Irar Skill. ( urr.l im
lllii, iMliir.iiiin, and all (.iiki..u. l
li hklii, Ail aurn-.l.la I. on,. rt
Innlr. h,t nn a'.lut nuat.tili ly all
il'"X l Ufk-., 6ik. and 1.im).
C. WCLL 4 CO., LtNOV. N. V.
I'm proof again! tlmt word failure.
I've seen Itchlnd It. The only failure n
man ought to fi'iir In failure In the purpose-
lie jams to bo best.
Bettor Vllallljr Lent Vigor tad Manhood.
Ctirc Imiiotrin v.Mnht KinlHsloiisand
w;iMtlii(f disease, till effect of self-
if'JjA alitiMc, or execs and India
ji rctlon. A ncrvo tonic nnd
'TIiUhhI builder. Urine tlic
I W VVTIUIIK JJIOW U) JMIC lllCCKB UI1U
f,ar restore the lire of youth.
J TSaV Tltv mall AOo )i-r box, boxen
lor v-.ouj witn wriiton ininran
too to uro or rcCiiiKl the iiuincy,
ik'iul fur circular. Addrcwi,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
CJInton A Jaokton 8t CHICAGO, 1X
for Bala by Cbarlaa Biatra. Dniiilil.
DRAYING AMD EXPRESSING
Ail Cooda ShlppM 10 uur Car
Vi.ll Raoalf BpMlal AfaaOoa.
r n Dum tt, W. J. COOK. W
Aaurla, Or. Km. Tat lit.
A St. Taul paper ay "llio atrtt re
vIvuilKln who won arrwited In Chlca,
go wouldn't hava boon arrtAA If they
had been running blind plira." What
mil thing It la that temptation ahould
thus be pin 111 the wny of the right-
rriil'lcnt OerKn II. Dnnlela, of th
Amerliun AaoilttlliMi of (.wrral I'aa-
linger Agenti, and ri'ienU NU.'iiKer
fttoift nf h Nw York CVntral and
Iluilmin liiver rallnxul. mul on "Hx
panHlon Day," bffom the InUrnalloruil
Commenlal (.'(iiigrrM at riillndelnhla.
paper on "Ainrrlcun luilniada:
Thejr relullun to oonitiurclul. IndUMtHal
and agricultural lmcrmiii." ItevWwIng
bclelly the hltry f tlw huK two or
three yeari affeotlng th cinnnierrlHl
relatlona of he nation, particularly
thone of I ho United HI aim with th
Ciiient, noting thn rhiniKin In public
i-ntlment In thla country towurd r.tll
riad, an Indicate! by the rn-ent elec,
tl'in of ( liuumvy M. I-pa.w to the
lilted HlMin iwiaK and III Germany
nd iliualu and the far Kiutt. by the
rald Incroaae In rullr-un n, and
ilnt out the givNU il.i'llin' In canal
trnftle, due to nUlrtnnl foiuiHitlllon. Mr.
I'linli'ln iMiilliiu.il In (he latter ixr-
tl.ina nf able and lili:ivrtlnK paper,
"We are upproui hlng the end of the
nlnteenlh c'niury, a Mrtury which
Henry Iirutnm md Haiti, "Iiuk adib d
more to tin mini of human U-aniliiK
than nil I lie ceiilurUti that have
A few exuiiipiiw of the achievement!!
of Amerlrnn rallrwuU In a Utile more
Ington, and It la murvlou thuX fir tlw
yiiiir ending June M, 1N3V, tliern wu ex
ported from the Columbia river valley
le.d'W.O'XJ bimhelN of wht, and from
Hip I'uget aound r-glin, 10,000,000 buith
(fri'ifon and WimhlnK'ton furrn the
noithw-.nt rorner of th terrltm-y of the
United HtiUea, aouih f the lino of
llillMi Columbia, and are directly on
Iho Youte to our extmrw northw-Kl
The wlic lit rrp of the male of Oriron
ml WuNhliiKlon for the year IKOil In
Ther won exported during Iho year
rnd"d June .10, JIM, from the Columbia
river dlre'-t to firivlKti porta, l.l'iO.O'fi
hnrrela of flour, and from I'ukW aound
pnlntH Mtft.ttM barilla.
l la beyond jU4tlon that American
rnllroada Imlny furnlah the l-at wrvlce
In the world, at thn lowent rule of
fare, nt the anme linui (wylng their em-pliiye-
very much hliftu-r wiorin than
are paid for almllor advice In any
other country on the 'Kioto.
In the Tnlied Btuti-a th nrat rtima
paHienger fare lout year averaif-d l.l
eerMa per nille, allhoUKh on aoinn lawer
rallwnya ihn ivingp. won aeverat mllU
lean than two ent per mile; In KiiKlan,)
the Trnt flawi fare la four cerrta per
mile; third clnwi fur for votly Inferior
aervlre la two p-r mile, but only
on certain itarllamentary India.
in 1'ruania, the rare la 2.99 cenU p-r
mile; In Aumrln, S.05 centa er mile, and
In France, 3..1I evnt fur mile.
Our puawnKi-r cora excH thuae of
foreign roiintrlea In all that umn to
make up tlK i omfirt and ctjiivend me
of a Jnurnvy.
Our alm-plns and parlor cur ayxiem Ih
vuHtly auperliH- to Ihelra; our buKifitKe
ayiflem la lufliiltely bter than thelra
and arruiiRed upon a much more liberal
biiala. American railnwda carry .",0
pi.umla or liiiKifiiife free, while the Ger
man rnllroiulH curry only U, poundii
The lluhtliiK of our tralna Ih aupeib,
While the llifhtlnil of tralna on moat
fiTelun llm In wrenched.
I miiy le- pardnneil fur rltlng two ex
am; le of what I m-an by the unnur
I iiKsed piun.n.r train fai llltli-a of
Am-il'im ralhviyi. A hIhkIi licino-
pu."r atiited that it would take her
thr"'( rnonthi to nu'h her dmtlnntlon.
Itullroud men will bo Iritn-n-wted In
knowliiR I hint the Manila and Davupan
rulLroad on the lulu-id of Luzon, which
In the principal one of our 1'hlllpplm
vroiip, la laid upon mulnifiny tl the
roud piiHwa throuifh fonvta of that val
uable wiMid and over Inexhauatlblo IxIk
of coiil and other rich rnlrwrnla. Hhnll
wf wonder then that Anurlcan rail
roudN are .-a-kli g connection thut will
a -ctire portion of ith cmimerce that
iimul come from the development of
thla rich renlon, which Jiaa ao recently
b";n added to tho territory or the Uni
jr It la truo that "trade folUiwa the
dun," then wMh c)-oiTM.tiim and re
clpriclty b-twwn the givat tranaiHrta
llim lirterenta of the l'niud Htatea and
the commercial and IndUMtrliU Inti-reiKa
or o ir i.-jiiilillc, and with proper en
couruKeiiiviit glv'n to AmTlcan ahlp
plng, our cornm'X'o ahould be an dl-
veralfled aa are the producto of our
poll, our inliu-a and our mlllx; ami our
export trade ahould reach every mart
on the enrth, and ahould nounah on
every aeu and river where vifwla ply;
fur, lnce the dlmoat mlraculoua eventa
in MnnlUi bay and off Hantluso, we
nmy puraphraae the anitlnwut of Joa
quin Mllli-r in reKurd to Coloralo and
iiy of our flag, "rt lloata forever In the
Fresh cracked craba at the National Portland
A good meal with meata rich In flavor
and one you will enjoy with a rellxh, la
Juct wr.at yoj get at the Creamerle
rtnurnt. t"l Wanlilniflon atr-t. near
Third. Try It when you go to Portland,
If you are going up to Portland and
mini going to the Cretimene Heatau
rant, l'7l Vaalilngton Ht.. you may con
alder that your trip will not be a aur
ceaH, na othera Till tell you, who do net
Holme' Engllnh and nualneaa Col
lege at No. 414 Yamhill atreet, Portland,
la prer.rd to accommodate a large
number of punlla thla year. Already
the rlaanea are well crowded, a fact
that Indicate the excellent character of
Mr N. n. Hrldgea. late of the Ellla
Printing Co.mpany of Portland, hat aa
aitmed the management of the Aatorlan
Job printing department, and la pre
pared to do all klnda of flrat-claaa, ac
curate, up-to-date printing. All work
Why la Wataon'a rentaurnnt In Port
land patronized by thnuaanda of Deonla
Iilly? Hlmply becaune it la the largeat,
finest and beat e(ulpp"d eating retort
on the Paeine coaat. Wataon'a reaUtl-
rant hat alxty-eight white employe on
It pay roll. Remember the location,
109-11 Fourth atreet.
All kind of rending! There It only
one piiwe we tcnrw of in Portland
where you ran find all the lateat booka
and phamplet on the moat advanoed
thought of the day. many booka on tub
J.-cta of advanced up to dale toplct not
to De round in other book store can
oe outainer hre. It it wonh your
wnue to can when in Portland and ae
for youraelf. Jonea. 231 Alder Bt..
ri H i SCHBOVLEi
3 le e. rr
all jme, ear r. H
Worth, Omaha Khu
CMy, "t. l-lnil-.
I i.'lilraa'i, mi i aat.
Wnla Willn. Hj me.
I MlnneaKili.. mi.P nl
( nlexKo ami
r p in,
' 010 Art..fll
.All wil.lni Ihitea .iiiij
Jel tM:hMiiire. !
: For i-au Kruocin-'. Hl l
i Oe . 8 10, l at, 25 t-1
K .W . ni
1 a m ei Ha
To V'ir:iaad aa4
, bum ex Me
(20TH CEfTDItY Tit!!.)
bet wet n Minneapolis, tt. Ptui
and Chicago, Is entertiiningfy
described in an Illustrated
booklet, which will e fur
nished rue on appIicatiM to
W. H. MEAD, Gen! Ajt.,
, W. PARKER, 0
' WllUniatt aad YH I W n. m
7a.m. i hin uiwr i u,.,. u.-. .
Tu,Tliurn .... .. J ...dFrl.
Mb a m. i
I Id a in
8weit cream In any amount at
rout beer at the Spa candy
litirbank potatoet, II a tack, at Pat't
'the only" rcntaurant.
llnme made chocolate, 30 centt a
pound at the Parlor.
ltrst 15-ceiit meal, Hlalng Sun Reitau
runt, 61 J Commercial street.
We KUarantee our Ice cream to be
wide of pure cream. Tho Parlor.
A tailoring eetatillinment of some
pretention, located on Waahlngton
ttree'. Portland, claim to have made
47 ault for -Iretny Antortan during the
pant tlx month. Thla atatement la de
nied by the firm of Povey ft Blrcha.l, at
IV Waahlngton atreet. near the Im
perial hotel, who are patronized by th
great majority of outalde customer.
Povey & Rlrrhall make the awell ult
for r.ioat of the ttyllnh Portlandert, and
f-el that they are not excelled by any
Portland firm for out of town patronage.
I Fniin Portland
it'lli . li pith u.t'ru
Mod, Wed "TOW mi, .".ewoerf. Tuea.Thai
Krlaay ouiem nay-juaa. Saturday
O. VT. tODNBBERRT.
At ant Aatoru
. a. duRLdUKT,
Oaa. Pas. Axt- rrtiaa4. Or
t Ihi n half u century, und ninny of them m" reivnuy hauled a powteng-r train' II
nf 16 ciira, of which w.-re Hli-cnlmr '
and parlor car, frrnn New York to Al
b'ltiy, a dlHtaruv of 14.1 mll.-a, In 3 hour
nnd 1" minute, which I 41 mile per
h.itir. und In tin. regular achcdule time
of till Iniln. The tniln w.-lghed l.S;!2.
(HD pound, nnd wa 1,212 fiK-t or
n tuly u iiuurter nf .1 mll. loriqr.
I he Kinpire tla:e exprewi haf. fur
)i-ii.- OI-.M1 iii ikiiik wie run irom :scw c(, llm n
York to Iliilfiilo, 4t'l nill.K. In S hour ins, elu-i-p'
am' IS mlnui', an averare F-ed of j tloiial Cafe.
rli mile mi hour, Incliidliig four KlopB
It li absolutely qmVsm to Tpt t
nrgioal operation to sure tatMur, or
an j other blood dUa. Tb orualtj
f auch tratmnt is iUaaatl In the
Jarmlng number of tUatht which re
sult from It. The dktM is to tke
blood, and heooe oan not be out ut.
ISine timet out of ten the tutgeou'a
knife only hastens death.
My mb had a moat BiaUanaal Oaaaar. fei
Whtoi th doetort uld aft Operkttvn wat th
aaly hope. Thanp
atlon s a aevnre
ne, an It win neoea
tary to cut down to
th Jaw lion e and
orape It. llnfnre a
great while the Can
oer returned, and !
an to arow rapidly.
W gave hlin many
ramatllea wltllimt ni-
Uat, and finally
Dnn th advloe at i
tntni, deolded to
try b. s. a. (Swift'
tneolllo), and WlU
tmm aitnAiiJ tmttla ha
begaa U laiuriive. After twaaty hotllat hai
bean Ukan, ilia Cancer il!apiwrKl entlraly.
Tho onra wa a nBnanl
Ttr bad a alxa of the dreadful dlaau at re-
rnnA hm wu niinul The flllra wB a BalBli
on, for ha I nowaevnnteenyaanalil.aai hat
tarn. . J.. Mwaixwa.
m taodgraai iU, Dailaa, Tax.
Absolutely tho only hope for Canoei
Is Swift's fipeciflc,
as it It th only remedy whloh goes
U the yery bottom of the blood and
foroa oat every trace of the ditaase.
B. 8. S. it guaranteed purely vegetable,
and eonttuos no potash, mercury, or
Books on Ouncer will be mailed free
to any address by the Swift Specific
Oo AtlanU, Qa.
within the lam twenty-five )var. can
not be Inappropriate,
1'cfore thj nillr"ail vre built It took
a wn k to K from New York to llufTalo,
nearly thr" w.'k from New York to
Chli k. and .it that lime, no man
notild have thoiig'it of making a trip
from New York to the I'lieltlc count,
cxci pt a few of th.. hardlitH pioneer,
nnd whi n on uch dcukIoii the goiel-
be were uld. t wit exiTted on both
tide thut It would 1 fort'wr. If to
iiiorriiw nlifhl you w.iuld pi tee a letter
mi the I ii Me and (irU-iitiil inull traJn,
which leave Nw York at K.15, you may
l" mn. thut your cireKMulent in San
IViiiii'Ihco will tie ri'iullng It next Mon
day iiIkIii four day from New York
The fruincr of our cnnrtitutlon wouUl
have cminhli'i'iil a man entirely ImiI
lilniK.'lf who would have UKK'tcd auch
In ls7r- th KUitm eimt of the Mliwourl
riv. r were vending fiKnl iuid dialling to
the lurvlnit innpl'' t Kiuian.
Ihunk to tho fiu'HIUin a IT or. led by
the rail roud the corn crop of Kanna
thl year I thre hundriHl and forty
It eem but a very few year alnce
I made my flint trip to Colorado, and
Ktopped on my way nt the homo of
Itulfulo Hill, at North I'latto, Neb., on
the Union I'licitlc. At Oguliilta, fifty
one mile w"Ht of North Platte, the
Plnux Indian vivrw roaming over the
prairie and making .niw or le trou
ble for tho whl'e sKtler who ven
Hired to f.ir out of the path of clvlll
zullon. The Nebraakan corn crop this
year oown elffht million acred, and the
yield I two hundred and ninety million
Previous to 'Hie cojmtruotlon of the
Noithem Prulflu, the Ureal Northern,
Noi'tlnoitern, 8t. Paul, Burlington and
othtvr railroad that trave-rse that won
derful reglri known an the "wheat
belt," there wat nothing to be seen but
pniliie grit and occasionally a band
of untamed navix".
.Minnesota this ytMir will ship ninety
million buahJta or 'vhoat, 8outh Dakota
forty-fivt million buahel, North Dakota
slxty-flve million bushel, and Montana
four million buuhMt.
In 184!) theiv came acrotw the conti
nent reports or the discovery rf gold In
California, but the only means of
reaching tho Golden Gate was by a
around Caie Horn, or tho long: and per
ilous Journey, with ox team, ncrot the
plains, Including wlnU was then gtvlcd
In our geographies the American dwert,
and throURh the hazardous mountain!
piuutca or the .Vfltorn part or the con
The completion of the raclfic rail
roads changvnl all this, and oiwnod new
field for all kinds of enterprises, In
an unexplored territory, stretching over
more thnn two thousand miles to the
wrt, northwest and southwtst of the
Mlsslflslppe river, the products of which
region were practically valueless until
the meant of transporting them were
provided by the rat I roods.
Tho wheat crop or California this year
is 57,000,000 bushels. The largest crop
ever produced in California was In 1880,
when owing to exceptionally favorable
weather conditions that state produced
The gold output of California for the
year 18M Is estimated ait $18,000,000.
Tho vineyards and orange groves of
California would bo or practically little
value were It not for the faot that the
railroads, by their trains of refrigerator
and ventilated fruit cart, make It pos
sible to transiort the products of her
fertile valurys to all sections of the
It teems but yesterday that the rail
roads were completed Into Portland,
Oregon, and Tacoma and Sealttle, Waah-
Clilli i'ou carno and Miotics at Lee
Quit's National Cafe every day.
Pl-.isant furnished room for rent. U2
Fuui teeiith street. In private family.
Until rurther notice the Astoria
rreum-ry will pay 2414 cent fur butter
The lutein In the confection line are
ihov .li lhaie Ice Cream Chocolate at
IMPROVED TOURIST SLEEPERS.
Itullroadx Are Acceding to Demands of
Middle Classes Who Want Better
aak tb ticket agent to aell you a deke
pickled pigs' feel, oya
tongue, etc., ul the Na-
Tb, v.ill Lii.iii' finiuli.mii.
-two of -.hem for changing engine- Slump 1'ln.ioa? Call and see
und ;s iowdown, on lu count of run-1 They uiv nil the go.
mug through lncoi-)onittl tnwiw and !
..i.. I Cream Pure Kye, Amerlca't flnett
. ' , I whlt-key. The only pure goods; guaran-
Imii- one stMi h of 22 mile, another teed rich find mellow. John L. Carlson,
of IT mile, another of IS miles, and an-' ole agent.
..ih... . en ...ii..- .i.- .......i..-
,.hm-i i, tiiii'-i,, tin- i,'(uii,i u.iiuie
tlui" I 60 mile an hour. Fur one
stretch of 12 miles It I 6.1.40 mile an
hour. For another stretch of nearly
I') mlli it I 6I.S6 nlU- an hour.
The weight nf hl train Is 60S.0O0
pound, nnl it ha seating oapiu'lty f.ir
These are some of the achievements of
American railway In (nmenger mrvlce
that ha not ien approached In any
other country of the globe, and In my
opinion It I achievement of tht char
acter that have made It poaudble for Uw
l ult."d Stat.'s to txixind IU c.ium.ixv
with such astounding rapidity.
The rnct that American passenger
si-rvlce attracts the attention or pple
or every other country who visit our
shores is demonstrated by the desire
or all foreigner to ride on the Empire
8tat.i express the fastest long-distance
train In the world, and the further de
sire to examine the nmgnlllcent ma
chine that haul our great trains.
The extent of our commerce, both do
mestic and foivlgn, may well ostonlah
the representatives of other lund who
visit us for the first time, but the ex
tent of the territory of the United
States made possible by the negotia
tions or Admiral Dewey In May, 1S118,
supplemented by those of the peace
commission at Tarls, will surprise our
own people, a well na our cousins from
across the waters.
We thought before the purchase of
Alaska that our territory was large, I
but what vistas of commercial enter
prise present themselves to us as we
contemplate the fact that It Is 3,144
miles from San Francisco to St. Ml. !.
aels, Alaska, where on empire in ex
tent awaits develnpm.mt by American
capital and energy and that It is 7,-
72.1 mile from San Francisco to Manila
on the Island of Luzon, and that this Is
only one of the hundreds of rich islands
that await similar development, not
overlooking the Hawaiian Islands which
lie It. our new ocean paith.
Saturday arternoon last a United
States cruiser left New York for Manila
via the Suez canal, and the Sunday
For Itent Furnished rooms, with
first tliiits table board. Apply Mrs. E.
C. Ilnliten', corner Ninth and Duane
loth and Couch Sts I'ortliintl.
Member of National Association of
Hoy Koelyn coil; the best coal for
heating and cooking purposes on the
market. George W. Sanborn, Agent
Itoquet de Cuba and Key West Gems
are the llnest 6-cent cigars that ever
come to this market. Henry Roe, op
Ri slyn coal lasts longer, is cleaner
, ..,oi'i,. - '
cM.i.iiev tiuea ih,.n at. oih. r. O oijjt
W. Sanborn, Agent, Telephone 1311.
When in A t rlo. transient ruests can
.cure unsurpassed accommodations at
the Astor House. Perfect cooking and
nice, clean rooms. Rates, $1 per day.
Visitors from Portland and elsewhere
will find the pleasantest room In AS'
mrla at the Bay City house, 179 Tenth
street, Mrs. E. S. Andrews, proprietress.
Roslyn coal is the best and most eco-
romlcal coal for household use In As
tni'la. Try It once and you will have
r other. George W. Sanborn, Agent.
Telephone 1311. ,
Kelley's transfer wagons deliver' box
wood to any part or the city on short
n"tlce. All order left at Zapf's fur
r'ture store, 630 Commercial street, will
r-flve; prompt attention. Telephone
The following reduced ratet are In
r feci via the O. It. & N. between Asto
r'i, Portland and Intermediate points
i'Imiuv iiie riii'r; Fare, 25 cents; section,
2". euiUn, lower or upper berth, 60 cents
ench: stateroom, 75 cents.
Go to the Columbia Electric and Re
" --y for all kinds of new and
r 'pair wurK. rrom a cambric needle to
a bicycle, boiler or engine. Quick work
nnd satisfaction guaranteed. Logging
machinery or all kinds a specialty,
Shop opposite Ross, Hlgglns & Co.
The concert hnll opened by Charlie
Wide nt No. 339 Astor street Is the one
and only popular resort of Its kind In
that vicinity. Mr. Wise is doing some
thing new among concert halls. He Is
not only selling a class of pure liquors,
but Is giving his place a management
which Insures gentlemanly attention
and treatment to his patrons. The good
music nnd the crowd will be found at
Charlie wises piace.
When people r contemplating a tr.i
whether on builneea or pleasure, u
naturally want the beat aervtee oh
talnable o far as speed, comfort anf
safety la concerned. Employe of Ui
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LIN El or
uald to aerve th public and our train
are operated jo u to make close coa
neotion with diverging line at rnJ
In reepunse to the demands of the! Pullman Palac Sleeping and Chair Car.
time the O. It. & S. and Its conne- on through tralre.
lions are placing In operation a much; Dining Car aenrKi unexcelled. Hl
belter grade of tourist sleepers for Pa- gerved a la carta
in.- coest s-rvtce th.ui at any previous; ln w obu!a fl,t eiaM rrle.
.inn-. i lie i.inuei mi irumi iraoiu to,
this section or the country has demand- I
eil nil the Improvements of latter-day!
trinportatlon, and In consideration of ft. tlJ,- rl I J-..
thU the rallrivads are establishing a! 1 lie YV1SC00SIQ lenlr2l LlOeS.
service which Is excellent In every par-; . ... ., ,
tlcular. Not only are the wishes of!"d yu w"' m" atreot connections at
flrst-clnss passmgers served, but those! 8- P'ul for Chlc- '""-ukee and
w ho nre traveling to and rrom the East i al P'nts east.
on scond-class tickets are splendidly! "or any further information call on a,
rnred rer. There was a time when a! ticket agent, or correspond with
t.'Urlst sle.-p,'r appealed to a limited JA8. C. POND, Gen. Paaa. Agent,
number or people who were traveling J or J AS A CLOCK. Milwaukee, Wla.
on the "cheap" order, ln every meaning. General Agent
or the term. Now, however, there has 146 Stark BU. roraand Or
Ix'.'ii a radical change. With the bet-j
t"r tourist sleepers in operation the
class or passengers has teen improved,
and one may now travel upon them
and eni.,y all the privileges or a first-
.-lna alennpr nt n trrvn f el v reH llfeH rnt !
Dally, en the O. R. & X. east-bound I lHYUDlflll I tJflVFT
fast mall. Is attnehed one of these lat- "UAUIIVU' l,u'
Mt Improved tourist sleepers, a model i
of beauty and handsome appointments.
The new ear are almost an exact
eounten.art of the first-class sleepers, .i J electric lighted throughout, both Pi
One noticeable feature of the new;sid and out, aad ateam heated, are.
tourist cars is th absence of a smoking without exception, th finett traint In th
apartment The new cars being built WOrld. They embody the latent neweai
by the Pullman Company are not pro-: a d f eomrort. convenience
v ded with smoking apartments. This . , , "
new departure has been taken because,""1 ,ver otr traveling
of the fact that mist through trains public, and altogether are th mott com-.1-.
r rovi ied with composite cars, which ; plete and splendid production of th car
.moker for the Uplng-car: hnller' ar
, .iiH,i iv rs.
fpHE "North.Wetern Limited" train.
2f' S""' -ni
PREtW. for Salem.
F.K.8acrjnnto, Ogdea, 18:00 A-k.
eao jrranciaco, lo-1
lav. Lo Aogelea,
El Paao, New Or
leans sod tb East
t: A. M
fT: A. M
T4:W P. Mi
Via Woodbura, for
Mount Angel, 811
venon. West Bclo,
Corvallls passenger f
4: P. M
t:M A. M
Dally, toaily except
Connecting ac Ban Franclaco with Oeot-
daotaJ ft Oriental. Pacific Mall aad Oce
anic steamaoip line ror
JArAn, UH1MA, AUSTRALIA.
HAWAII ANU THE PHIUPP1NES.
Rebate ticket on aale dmiv Iwiaua
Portland, Sacramento, and San Francis
co. Net rate til flrst-clasa. and til aaav
ond-claaa. Including aleeoer.
Hate and ticket to eastern point ana
Europe. Alao Japan. China. Honolulu,
and Antra!la- Can be obtained from J. B.
KtKKiAjj, iicaet Agent i;h 'inim t,
R. KOEHLER, C. H. MAKKHAM,
Manacer. U. F. ft P. A.
Thratigh ticket East for lowest rata.
Call on C. J Trenchard. local fnt.
WeT.a Fargo Conoxajr a Bfl e. A at oris.
EAST AND SOUTHEAST
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
Leave, PORTLAND. Arrive.
1:00 a. m.lPortland Union DVpot.lU:15"a.uT
7:00 p. m. for Astoria and Inter :4 p.m.
I mediate points.
7.45 i.m. For Portland A ln-U:$0.ni
6 P9 pjn.fteririediate point 10:Sp.m.
' SEASIDE DIVISION.
:.:KI 11:551 Ar
I'ormcrly Ta.oma Colletje f
Dental Infirmary open dally from I a.
m. to 6 p. m. Free oral surgical cllnl
Saturday, 1:30 p. m. to S p. m. A. R,
Baker, D. D. 8., Demonstrator tn
Students desiring Information, ad
dress North PaclQo Dental College,
Fifteenth and Couch street, Portland,
NEW BudliitSS LOCALS
Do you want a good meal when you
visit Portland? If bo, go to the Port
land restaurant, 305 Washington street
If you want any Health Food that
your grocer does not have, write Knapp
Bros. Health' Food Co., East Portland,
Knapp Bros. Health Food Company,
East Portland, carry a full line of all
ttv itntiv. rvoit Sanitarium Health
B. House's Cafe at 128 Third street,
Portland, Is regarded by many people
a the leading restaurant in the Pa
Encyclopedia Brlttanloa, 28 vol.,
sheep, $2". Best teachers' Bible, now,
jOc. at Kyland's Bros.' Book Store,
Portland. See advertisement
SPECIAL SEASIDE SUNDAY TRAIN
Leaves Astoria at 1:90 a. m.; arrives at
Seaside 8:45 a. m.
Passengers may return on any train
shown on schedule on same data.
ALL TRAINS to and from Seaside run
ot Flavel and Hammond via Warren
top. All traint make close connection at
Goble with all Northern Pacifio tralna
to and from the east or Sound points.
At Portland with all trains leaving
At Astoria with I. R. N. Co.'s boat
and rail line to and from Ilwaco and
North Beach points.
THROUGH TICKETS on sale at As
toria for Sacramento, San Francisco, all
Eastern and European points,
City ticket office Astoria. 524 Commer.
Hal street J. C. MAYO.
Gen'l Fr't and Pa. Agent
These Splendid Traint
The Great Northern
The Northern I'acific and1
The Canadian I'acific
AT ST. PAUL FOR
CHICAGO and the EAST.
No extra charge for these luperlor ac
eommodatlona and all clasaes of ticket
are available for passage on th famous
"North-western Limited." All trains os
tblt line are protected by th Interlocking
W. H. MEAD. F. C. SAVAGE.
Gen'l Agent T A.
and other Eastern el tie.
Baggsg checked tnroug-n to oeatlnatloa.
Union Depot, fast time, loweat rata.
Plntach light in all cart.
For ratea and other Information call oa
G. W. LOUNSBERRT. Agent, ,
O. R. A N. Co.
or J. H. LOTHROP, Gen. Agent,
135 Third St.. cor. Alder, Portland. Of.
Wnie nil in hi
J. A. Fastabend
House-moving Tools lor Rent.
Carpenter nnd Builder
HOUSE RAISING. AND
MOVINQ A SPECIALTY
Through palace and tourist sleeper,
dining and library observation cars.
ELE3ANT VESTIBULE TRAINS.
No. 4 LI ul ted leaves Portland at 1:10
No. S Limited arrives Portland at 1:81
For rates, etc, call or address
G. W. LOUNSBERRY,
Agent O. R. N., Astoria.
a' B. C. DENNTSTON.
C. P. & T. A.,Portland Or
CLLMAN PALACE SLEEPERS.
TOURISTS SLEEPERS und
FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
Salt Lake. Denver, Omaha.
Chicago, Kansas City
A familiar nam for th Chicago, Mil
waukee Sc St. Paul Railway, known all
over me union as tn ureeu Kaiiway
running the "Pioneer Limited" tralna
every day and night between St Paul
and Chicago, and Omaha and Chicatfo.
The only perfect trains In -the world."
Understand: Connection are mad wiK
all Transcontinental Lines, assuring to
pas9egenrs the best service Known. Lux
urious coaches, eleotrio light, steam heat,
of a verity equaled by no other Itn.
See that your tlcxet reads via roe
Milwaukee" when going to any point ln
the United States or Canada. Ail ticket
agents tell them.
For ratea. pampniet. or otner lniormav-
J. W. CASEY." C. J. EDDY,
Trav. Pass. Agt, General Agent,
Portland. Or. Portland, O.r
WHITE COLLAR LINt
Columbia River and rmget sound Navi
Bailey Gatzert leaves Astoria dally,
except Sunday, at 7 p. m.
Leaves Portland dolly except Sun
day at 7 a. m.
White Collar line tickets and O. B,
& N. tickets Interchangeable on Bailey
Gatzert and Hassalo.
A. J. Taylor, Astoria Agt
U. B. SCOTT, Telephone 111
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7. A. r. A.
M. Regular communications held on
the first and third Tuesday evening ot
each month. J. N. GRIFFIN, W.
M.; E. C. HOLDEN. Secretary.
Oregon Short Line
THE DIRECT ROUTE TO
Montana, Utah, Colorado
and all Eastern Points.
Gives choice of two favorite routes, via
the Union Pacific Fast Mall Lin, or
th Rio Grande Scenic Line.
LOOK AT THE TIME
1J Days to Salt Lake
2J Days to Denver
3 Days to Chicago
4J Days to New York.
Free reclining ohairs, upholstered toon,
1st sleeping cars, and Pullman palac
sleepers, operated on all trains.
For further Information, apply to
G. W. LOUNSBERRT,
Agent O. R. A N.,
Or Astoria, Oregon.
C. O. TERRY, W, B. COMAN,
Trav. Pas Agt. Gen. Agent
124 Third Bt. Portland. Or.