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THIS MOltNlrtG ASTOIMAS. KKll'Ai XOVKMUKIt . J) 99.
twslsBnr of Cimcm SOAP, to ckante tbt
ttta, CUIICtlltA OlBtmcot, to bul tbc skin, ui
CUIia'M lESOlVEKT, 10 cool the blood. IS
Ma nflldat M care RK mnl lorttirlnr, diw
florlK skit vol;, m blood tumors, ruha,
ttdrtap, od trrtutlou. tin Iks of bilr, nba
Oc (at ftnJdna.iDd ill tiba rcoKdks blL
M4mryl W,T1 . wCnittiM
(njf, IN i Oitif, Hi ? (Ml ,.
IWt.l ()' (' ( , flH, VoMM,
ST "UnteCan lUiawar -? . lit.
V should manage our fortune Ilk
our roiialliutton; enjoy It when good,
have niiiicnro when lvi, and never ap
ply violent nmnertlr but In cae of
UMvm.ll w- Rochefoucauld.
.c -v ijtm j jt.
T. LI I IMIi lit.' .
Karl's Clover Root Tea
lirstilirWa th C,.i.lnlim, PurllWa tlx
lllHnt, gi.r a - tfti,l trr hkln, ( uiv.1 tin
ll,.tl.., ludtallon, hihI all e'rtiHIeiii id
(lia SMll. Ait BtWie .aillve Nvfvit
jiinlr, N.I, ml ...dt ( .ii.im i ml
lmlal. lit UV OIK. and 1.00.
t. C. WELLS 4 CO., IIKOV, N. V.
I'm proof against that word failure.
I've seen behind It Th only failure a
mn might to fcr If failure In the purs
pose he sees to be brat
Restore Vllsllly LftH Vlfor ind Manhood.
Cure IuiMti'ncv, Nlijlit KmUMoniianJ
wasting (iiaoaac, nil encct oi cu-
or execs and lnJl
A ihtvp tonic mid
Imllder. Urine the
U..I..L . rliiitrd Anil
SWTJIIlia glow lu ('mi: vitv. aim
tWrestorra the fire of youtn.
ffrvlXlW mall rtOcpcrbox.flboxci
fur ijci.ftO; with written iriiimm.
to euro or refund tho moneys
Brnd for clroul.ir. Addrcim,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Olnton & Jaohaon St, CHICACO, IU
For 8l by ChtrlM nn. Dnirjlit.
DRAYING AND EXPRESSING
All Cov4( BblppM to uur Car
V,M Rclv RpcaUl At'tnUot.
r Rl Dum tL, W. 1. COOK. Mr.
Aaurlm. Or. Km. T. Ufc
A St. rul paper ny "the tret re
vlvHllti who were arretted In Chica
go wouldn't have been ojretd If they
had been running blind plT." What
ad thing It la that temptation ahould
thua be put In the way of the right
It U absolutely uiolttt to expect
nrgloal operation to oure panoor, or
any other blwxl di. T oruHy
of aueh treatment it fUuctanted ia Uie
alarming numbor of doathi wkloh w
ult from It. The diieaie In the
Wood, and hence can not be rot out.
, Miib tlmon out of ten the aurgeon'a
knife only hnMtons death.
My mb hd a mo mallitnaat Oanoer. fot
whloh the (lootora wtld an optrattun wa the
only nopo. iiwuiwr
aUim wu a (iiviira
ti,ai It wu n.w
tary t cut dimn to
Ui Jaw bona and
enrapa It. Ui'lurn a
ftt while the Can
err returned, and I
fn tOKmw rapidly.
Wi gtre him mnny
nmadlell without ni-
Uf. and Bnallr,
open the advloe of a
iriine, neoinea 10
ry H. 8. 8. (SwUt'a
Bpeelfln), and wi
we.eo.na Dome n. -";--- .
Deirtn to improve. Aiier iw
been taken, the Onnoer dlaappeared ntlfaly.
acd ha waa oun'd. The eura wa a nerreuienl
oa, far he It now aevenieen yer old, and na
teter bad a lign of the dreadful dlaeaaa te re-
. 4bit)y tho only hope for Oaaoei
w t vi v
M it ie the only remedy whlov. oeji
thm nrr Iwil torn of tna blood j
torat out eYrry traoa of the diieasc.
B. 8. 1, it Duuranteed purely vegetable,
tad eootaiuH no potash, mercury, or
I Bok on (Jnncor will be mailed free
U any addrosg by the Swift Speolile
Do., AtlanU, Ua.
e ck ft r .'ef-
STILL DIVIDING UP
Humored Sale of a Nonlicrn Pacific
Cuiint'ctlun lo llielircai Norilieni.
Mlt. HILL'S OkT.GON I'KIBXI)
I'resldcnt Molik-r Klmlly Ads In the
Ciiaclty of Inspector of the
A well'lnrnriiieil grain lilp-r an Id
yeaierdny that he IiimI tt UMin gianl au
thority that I he Northern raclflc had
leiued lo the I rent Nortltern the (Vn
trul WaNhliiutou branch, which run
from icknur to Cutil,. City, uml tapai
th) Dig Hi lid coll n Ty. Ilo timk tile!
View that In future wheat from that
aecilun would li dlvort from Tacomtt
to Hcuitlo. Ilo cUUmed to kow that the
aniuittl ahlpnieni'.a from that territory
to Tui'imia amount to S.OOO.oon btiahel a
Hutlroud men who were aern In re
gard lo the inatliT ytnti-rilay uy tlwy
know nothing about It. and do nut
Ilevn It la true. They cannot au why
the Northern I'nHnV ahould play Into
the hunda of a rival lint by turning
over a good feeder.
A apeclal from New York auye that
the Ilo,. cannot l aold laH-auiio moat of
the bolide are held ulmad. The Idea,
of the tnide i-ma to be an agmum-nt
liotwefil the roada to kwp out of each
other 'a way, but theiv avnia to tie a
hitch In arraiiKliuc deftiilte pluna. While
lie relation of the two roada are eem
lutlly friendly, there la a atmnic . r-
Olllll feeling lMtWli-ll tlw two pre.
Ideiita, which lula many to doubt that
I'ri'Aldeiit M.-ll.-ii would tntnaf-r the
roml to I'reald.-nt J 1 1 tt.
A. I.. Mohler, prealdeltt of ihe Oregon
liaihvuy & Navlitallon Company, waa
In Spoknnv thla week, and left for the
weat over the Oreat Northern. He did
toil Join the Mell-n party of Northern
I'm l'lc ofllriala and uceomixiiiy them j
went, a had l"en i'poitel, but went
out r.ver the Waahlngton (V'litral
brunch of the Northern I'juiflc, return-,
1 1 iK lo Hpoknne late Saturday tilK'lit. j
Mohler la known to U- n el one p.T- -rj,,, orlRln of the name of tho vnr
aonal friend of rnnldem Jam.a J. Hill OUll countrl.a of Routh Afrl.-u la Inter
of the Oreat North -m. and Hill rt-ly ' ,.K,,IR t thl time, the ev-a of the
comen wit without m.nliiK Mohler ami j v.rlt bl.g turn, , ,,lul ulr.rllon.
having a long confer-m. The augg.-a-j ..Th? Va.iP- gKn,,.B bu, .. ;lf(. ,he
tlou la made that powlbly Mohler went
over tho line to nioit It on Hlll'a ac-
cunt, u the latter la In New York on j
Important hiielncaa, and know, no one,
in thla acctlon whoae opinion cm the
condition of the road he would rather!
lake thai. Mohlera.
Win TDK C.AJUNA IS DISUKKD.
The Cxurlna ha for aome reoaon won
the nnlimalty of her KuHainn aulijecta,
atiya un American correopomleiit. Never.
popMlar beniilHe of a prejudice nKiilnat
her Kngllah ancee'j-)', tho dUfuvor wllh
which ahe wua rvgunhsl hua lately
Kioh n ennrmoUHly. It mlithl 1 alinost
Paid ahe la hat'it (inluy.
The I'nn-SlavlBta and the military;
purty nro both ng.ilnat her. Her owii
Indlca- In- walling even Join the Intrl-:
RUei. What l erhnpa moat avtlou
the middle rlaantw, who at llrat regard-'
ed her with it certain amount of favor,!
are grndully deaertlng her, while
great nmiu of the people, own
"dumb dog," the peumi.nl, cherish1
ngulnat her a fivllng of aullen tvaent-,
Much of the Carlna'a unpopularity l
owing to an old feeling that the lower:
cluaeea huve that eho la under an un-i
lucky apell-thiU the Ikon do not amjle
on ner. nen no rnman me uuhriuii
frontier ahe wa received with lajnen
tallona, for the Cior Alexander lay dy
ing und the whole nation wa In eore
dlatrcH. It wo by hi deathbed that
alio wu betrothed, and tlf? baked meat
of hi funeiiul might wfll have fur
nlahcd forth her marring table. As
a bride ahe had to llatum to De Pro
fundi liiHtend of the wedding hymn,
and to go about In mourning garments.
The Itu.sHlaiiM are a eupenifltloug race
and they shook their hedH even then.
Evidently thla wcatern bride found no
fnvor In the eye of tho fate. What
good could come of a marriage cele
bratud In uch clrcumHliuice? Tho
birth of three daughter In succession,
while the empire I left without an
heir, Is proof, they now ay. that their
former forebodings were but tix well
Another reason fort he 111 will with
which tho Ciorlna Is popularly regard
ed lies undoubtedly In the rumor cur
rent among all classes In Russia that
tho Czar married her unwillingly. Who
It wa who first Invented these lying
tales and Btlll perslrtt In spreading
them abroad more detrimental than
ever Just now ho never been clearly
proved; that suspicion point to a
member of tho Imperial family. Who
ever It might be, however, and what
ever mny be his object, he or Is It a she
hns certainly done hi work with
quite diabolical cleverness.
It has bivn the Czarina' misfortune
It would be unjust to account It to
her ns a fault to have arrayed against
the whole time she ha been in Ru
sin U, three most Influential person
ngen in s empire; and to this fact Is
due In a grcv measure her unpopular
ity among thegher classes. Mr.
Pobdedonostaew, u.e head of the
church; lh Grand Dtli Vladimir, the
(wild of Om army, ond tlw trnrlna
I)owngiT, who la pnictldilly I lie head
of the court, all dlallko hT, and all
initko Kraut cfTorta io oono-nl I In1 fart
They were bitterly oppuiwfd U hr
ihinrliigi itnd lnv hard to prewnt
It lukliiK t'lo'o; tlu-n, wlwn tlwy failed
In tlil two of t)i'tn at any rule aw
to work di'llltcralely to render rn-r po
ultlim on u n il ?an ivt na poaalble.
lr. I'liliili'dutiKatxcw'a rrtiaxn for ob
jecting lo lh Cxnrlna It'- In hla f -ar
lea. hIio ahould throw her welxht Into
t ho aealtt iitf.ilnal hla untl-frwdimi-of-t'linwi'-nec
tMllry, Ilo la well awnn
that In her peravcullon lit hu unortho-
dux reunion mi hua no ayniMlliy l
rXeft nuthlliK, Indued, but artlvv op
poMlibHifroin "ne who, aa tn Unugh
t -r of the KiikIIhIi Trlno-aa Alice urld
niece of tlwt iOitipriiw Prrdirlck, laa
iHH-n broiiRht up utd"r lhi liberal
Influencea whlfli h rettrdu with ihe
The firand Duke Vladlrnlr would
I rolmbly dlallke, .ind would certainly
liiiiUu- iiiruliiat any wumiui who
chilli. 'ed In be hla nephew'a wife and
aiu h tho tnHuilblo mother of an heir to
the crown. Fur aa he hoa firmly nuulc
up hla mind thitt he hlntwlf will be ftn-
p-ror i)m day, h hid'U, naturally
cniiUKh, that Ihe fewer rlvala there urc
In Ihe Held tho bHler. Aa to tht Cxar
Inn Uiiwagkr. why aim ahould huve
intired the llata nKilnitt her duUKhter-In-low
la u much dlauted (Ueello.i.
Hume aay ha dUllkes her becaune
File la Oernian; otherx bfi-nUM' he. la
her aucccMi a ml a'la In the chair of
talc In which he hlmaelf once gat;
oll.ira ngiiln Wauae ene Idollzi'R her
eon and ihlnkn hla wlf- marrlid him
inly from nmblllon. He Oila aa It may
(Unlike her alie certainly The
i very tx'KKura in the atreelii In Bt. Te.
teraburg know th i: thelt Cxnr'a mother
! iM-wr wllimuly looka on the face f
I their Cxar'a wife.
ORIGIN OF SOUTH
KELATMN l)F Till: STATKS
' Huw the Dutch (lot the l)ciinutiun
of IJucrs Sniiic Interesting
m,uthemni..t point of Africa. Cape of!
(5,K ,.,,. pr Cap., Tho al.(,IU
Dm,.n .,.n, gllVe It Ihe name of!
Kmipalud. The Cup- of O.khI Hope la a ;
,,r,Hmtry over $00 tn high. There la1
tt nthou. built at the extreme end
of blt , m.Mtt, ylalted, Cat!
Town being quite a distance from the!
cape. Cape Colony hoe a larg-r area !
than that of France. i
Next 'to thla colony la another British I
pnsncsalon. Natal. Thla waa flint ex- j
Idored by Vaaco do Oama and, being
Christum day. he called It Terra do
Nalal. Land of Nativity. Ila proseivt I
capital, I'ldt -rmorltxburg, la quite aj
pretention town. Purlmn, lis rnm-'
merclnl aeaport, was orlnlnully culled
To the northotiat of Cnpe Colony, be
twwn the Orange river and the Vanl,
H what la called the Free Rtate. the
VlrJ Slant of the Dutch. Its oRlcIa!
title la the Orange Free State, but It Is
often culled the Orango Republic. The
capital, Dloomfonteln, wa named In
honor of the ancient hnuae of the
Piadholder In the Nethrliinds, the
hougi? of Omngw-Noiiwui. In fiu't, the
flag of the Frew Stat?, like that of the
royal house of Orange, la white and
orange; and In all public cercmonlee
the president wear nn orange carf.
England conquered thla republic In IStS,
but a few ywirs later she restored It
Independence, having the Crimean war
on their hand at Uw time.
Transvaal, "Acroe the Vaal River,"
was first called the Dutch-African Re
public, but this wa changvd to the
South African Republic.
The land beyond the. Tnuivnal fron
tier, called Bechuannland, Is a British
protectorate. The word Boor Is Dutch
and Is applied to the rural land pro
prietor or fnrmer. In Cape Town you
will hear of English Boers or Dutch
fanners, according to the language
used. Both have the same meaning.
In Dutch there are: Vleboeren, raisers
of cattle. Kornboetvn of grain;
Wljnboeren, vltlculturlsts, cite. The
origin of the world I rather curi
ous. In 1R52 a ship's doctor of the
Dutch East Indian Company, Jnn von
ltlebeck, disembarked at Cape Town
with some sailors, soldiers and work-
loth nml Couch Sts Portland.
Member of National Association of
Formerly Ta.oma College F
Dsntal Infirmary open dally from I a.
m. to S p. m. Free oral surgical cllni
Saturday. 1:30 p. m. to 8 p. m. A. R.
Baker. D. V. 8., Demonstrator In
Student desiring Information, ad
dress North Paclflo Dental College,
Fifteenth and Couoh streets, Portland,
men and a giirdner and hie wlfn. Their1
object wa to found a "tuition wlu-rei
the rouipany'a veawd would lie able
to obtain freed vcgrtuhle, fvv.. milk
and fr'ah meal; In fact, Hie edlbl
n'-:'airy lo k"-p the cr-w from get
ting acurvy. Th gnrdner'a wife waa
given the care -jf Inn cow of th com
pany and wa called "delaireln" the
peoauot. The othr, th? aoldlera, aall
ora, etc., pwved email grunta of lard
and planM nniiite, wheat, cabbage
tolineco, tulipa and other vegetation.;
Th"a W'r the drat Hia?r or peaaant
Afferwerd, Incrwtalng In number and
ea;'il INhlng lhema-lve In the tAUt
thy became known dlatlucllvely aa Ihu
KI'NNV CIIINKHK IDKAB.
North China Herald.
Mntiy i-cill"l wluca'.'-d Chlm-ae
flrn ly t,,.evi. that a klfiKdom rxlat
w here nil the Inhaliltanta ure pl(,ml"; J
one where all an- (tlanta; another where!
all nre uomen, und atill another where
every pi-raou hua a hol through the
('iuer of Id Ixxly, ao that, by mean
of n pole thruat through ihla hole they
can be carried fiom one plo to an
other. In aubatantlatlon of thla x?
Il"f they aay that they have t-n
pliturea of them.
Fresh cracked craV at Ihe National
Sweet cream In any amount at the
Hire' root beer at the Spa candy
Durhank potatoes, 11 a sack, at Pat's
Jeffs Is "the only" restaurant.
Homo made choi.olates, SO cents a
pound at the Parlor.
I!, at 15-cent ni(l, Rising Bun Restau
rant, S1J Commercial street.
We guarantee our lee cream to be
made of pure cream. The Parlor.
Chill son enrne and frljolles at Lee!
Herring's National Cafe every day. j
Pleiiwint furnished room for rent, 242
Fouiteenth street. In private family, j
Until further notice the Astoria i
creamery will pay 244 cents for butter
The latest In the confection line are
thoae delicate Ice Cream Chocolates at
Cold lunch, pickled plgg' feet, oys
ter, stump's tongue, jtc, at the Na
Do i'U know Snodgrass makes
Stamp I'lnnos? Call and see them.
They are all the go.
Cream Pure Rye. America's finest !
w hlskey. 1 he only pure gooila; guaran
teed rich and mellow. John L. Carlson,
For Rent Furnished rooms, with
flmt-Msa table board. Apply Sirs. E. I
c tiouiens. corner Ninth and Duane
Buy Roalyr. coal; the best coal for
heating and cooking purposes on the
market. George W. Sanborn, Agent
Boquet de Cuba and Key West Gems
are the finest 6-cent clsars that ever
came to this market. Henry Roe, op
ih'mjo cnai :as( loiiKvr, is cieoiieri
ne t iji ikes '.. ' ' - '(, l.e.', -
( iitir.e hues tl... a y Oiiii.i. coi.e
W. S.-inborn, Agvnt. Telephone 1311.
When In Astoria, transient guests can
K"cuie unsurpassed acccmmodatlon at
the Astoc House. Perfect cooking and
nice, clean rooms. Rates, $1 per day.
Visitors from Portland and elsewhere
will find the pleasantest rooms In As
toria at the Bay City house, 179 Tenth
street, Mr. E. 8. Andrews, proprietress.
Roslyn coal I the best and most eco-pnmk-al
coal for household use In As
toria. Try It once and you will have
r other. George W. Sanborn, Agent.
Kelley's transfer wagons deliver box
wood to any part of the city on short
notice. All orders left at Zapfs fur
niture store, 630 Commercial street, will
rtive prompt attention. Telephone
The following reduced rates are In
elect via the O. R. A. N. between Asto
ri'i. Portland and Intermediate points
nlong the river; Fare, 25 cents; section,
2e cents; lower or upper berth, 60 oenta
ivit.h: stateroom, 75 cents.
Go to the Columbia Electric and Re
let Ir Company for all kinds of new and
r 'pair work, from a cambric needle to
a bicycle, holler or engine. Quick work
and satisfaction guaranteed. Logging
machinery of all kinds a specialty.
Shop opposite Ross, Hlgglns & Co.
The concert hall opened by Charlie
Wine at 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 plnce a management
which insures gentlemanly attention
and treatment to his patrons. The good
music and the crowd will be found at
Charlie Wise's plnce.
NEW BUSINESS LOCALS
Do you want a good meal when you
vltlt Portland? If so, go to the Port
land restaurant, S05 Washington street.
If you want any Health Food that
your grocer does not have, write Knapp
Bros. Health Food Co., East Portland,
Kitnpp Bros, Health Food Company.
Fast Portland, carry a full line of all
th Battle Creek Sanitarium Health
E. House's Cafe at 128 Third street.
Portland, Is regarded by many people
as the leading restaurant In the Pa
Encyclopedia Brl.ttanlca, 28 vol.,
sheep, W. Best teachers' Bible, now,
SOc, at Ilylond'g Bros.' Book Store,
Portland. See advertisement
A good meal with meal rich In flavor
and one you will enjoy wlih a rellnh. Is
Juat what you get at the Creamer!
reaiaurnnt, 271 Waahlngton street, near
Third. Try It when you go to Portland.
If you ere going up to Portland and
ml going to the Creamene Restau
rant, 271 Washington Ht.. you may con
sider that your trip will not be a sue
ceaa, a others n'lll tell you, who do not
Holme' Kngllah and Business Col
lege at No. 411 Yamhill street, Portlsnd.
Is prepared to accommodate a large
number of pup!l thla year. Already
tho classes are well crowded, a fact
that .Indicate the excellent character of
Mr. N. R. Bridges, late of the Kills
Priming Company of Po.tland. has as
atimi-d the management of the Aatorlan
)eh printing department Br,j , pri.
pared to do all kinds of first-class, ac
curate, up-to-date printing. All work
Why Is Watson's restaurant In Port
land patronized by thousands of people
oany.' Mropiy oernuae It Is the largest
finest and best equipped eating resort
on tn I'aemc coast. Watson restau
rant has sixty-eight white employe on
ua pay roil. Remember the location.
10M1 Tourth street.
All klnda of rending! There Is only
one place we kno of in Portland
where ynu ran find all the latest book
ond fihampiet on the most advanced
thought of the day, many books on sub
jects of advanced up to date topics not
to be found In other book store can
be obtained hre. It la worth your
while to call when In Portland and ee
for yourself. Jones, 251 Alder St.,
A tailoring establUnment of some
pretentions, located on Washington
street. Portland, claims to have made
47 suits for dressy Astorlans during the
pat six months. This statement Is de
nied by the Arm of Povey at Blrcha.l. at
217 Waahlngton tret, near the Im
perial hotel, who are patronized by the
treat majority of outalde customer.
Povey & Hlrchall make the swell suit
fr.r most of the stylish Portlanders, and
f-rel that they are not excelled by any
Portland firm for out of town pat
ronare. IMPROVED TOVRIST SLEEPERS.
Railroads Are Acceding to Demands of
Middle Clashes Who Want Better
In response to the demands of the
times the n. R. & N. and Its connea
tlons are placing In operation a much
better grade of tourist sleepers for Pa
l i l const service than at any previou
time. The largely Increased traMlc to
this section of the country ha demand
ed all the Improvements of latter-day
transportation, and In consideration of
this the railroads are establishing a
service which Is excellent In every par
ticular. Not only are the wlshp of
first-class passengers served, but those
who are traveling lo and from the East
on second-clns tickets are splendidly
cured for. There was a time when a
ti urit sleeper appealed to a limited ;
number of people who were traveling'
on the "cheap" order. In every meaning
of the term. Now, however, there haa;
lieen a radical change. With the bet
tr tourist sleeper In operation the
class of passenger has bten Improved,
and one may now travel upon them
and enjoy all the privileges of a flrst
olnss sleeper at a greately reduced rate, i
Dally, on the O. R. & N. east-bound,
fast mall. Is attached one of these lat-!
eat Improved tourist sleepers, a model;
of beauty and handsome appointment, j
The new cars are almcst an exact j
counterpart of the first-class sleepers, j
One w-tloeable feature of the new.
tourist cars Is th absence of a smoking .
nnnrtment The new cars being built
bv the Pullman Company are not pro-;
vided with smoking apartments. This
rew depnrture has been taken because'
of the fact that most through trains
are p-ovided with composite cars, which j
nv .v smoker for the eleeplng-car
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
1:00 a. m.
7:00 p. m.
PORTLAND. " Arrive.
Portland Union rpotjil:15 a.m.
for Astoria and InteiH : p.m.
mediate point. I
7.4.1 a m. For Portland Aln-ll:$0a.m.
SJ.jn.ltermedlate points 10:S p.m.
p m. la. m.
r.:I.V 11:551 Ar
5:501 12-.13 LV '
.Seaside.... Lv :15 1:30
SPECIAL SEASIDE SUNDAY TRAIN
Leaves Astoria at 8:30 a. m.; arrive at
Seaside 9:45 a. m.
Passengers may return on any train
shown on schedule on same date.
ALL TRAINS to and from 8eaald run
ot Flavel and Hammond vis, Warren
ton. All trains make close connections at
Ooble with all Northern Paclflo train
to and from the east or Sound points.
At Portland with all trains leaving
At Astoria with I. R. ft N. Co.'s boat
and rail line to and from Ilwaco and
North Beach points.
THROUGH TICKETS on sale at As
toria for Sacramento, Ban Francisco, all
Eastern and European points.
City ticket office Astoria, 524 Comraer.
tlal street. J- C. MAYO.
Oen'l Fr"t and Pane. Agent.
J. A. Fastabend
House-moving Tools lor Rent.
Carpenter ond Builder
HOUSE RALSlNQ AND
MOVINQ A SPECIALTY
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7 a.m. , bill Hiver.
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O. W. fcOCNIEERBT
(Urn. Pi. Axt rvruaat. Or
When people are contemplating e r I
whether on bustneas or pleasure, the;
naturally want the best service oh
talnable so far aa ed. comfort
eatery Is concerned. Employes of th.
WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINEL ar
uald to serve the public and our train
are operated so a to make close cob
section with diverging line at aJ.
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Cbalr Can
on through traue.
Dining Car serrK unexcelled, affalf
served a la carte.
In order to obtain this fl.il class smo
ask the ticket agent to sell you a uckt
TheWisconsia Central Lines.
and you will make direct connections at
Et Paul for Chicago, Milwaukee sod
all points east -For
any further Information call on aa
ticket agent or correspond with
JAB. C. POND. Oen. Pas. Agent
or JAS A CLOCK. Milwaukee, Wis.
Set Stark Bt. rortiaad Ore
UXORIOUS 1 RAVEL
mHE "North.Western Limited" trains,
-I electric lighted throughout, both In
side and out aad steim heated, are.
without exception, the finest trains In th
world. Tbey embody the latest, neweai
and best Ideas for comrort, convenience
and luxury ever offered tbe traveling
public, and altogether are the most com.
plete and splendid production of the car
These Splendid Train
. Connect with
The Great Northern
The Northern Pacific and
The Canadian Pacific
AT BT. PAUL FOR
CHICAGO and the EAST.
No extra charge for these superior ac
commodations and all classes of tickets
are available for passage on the famous
"North-western Limited." All trains oa
this line are protected by tbe Interlocking
W. H. MEAD. F. C. SAVAGE.
Oen'l Agent T A
Through palace and tourist sleepers,
dining and library observation cars.
ELEGANT VESTIBULE TRAINS.
No. 4 LI -nlted leaves Portland at 1:10
No. I Limited arrives Portland at S:S
For rates, etc, call or address
G. W. LOUNSBERRY,
Agent O. R. ft N., Astoria.
A B. C. DENNISTON.
C. P. 4 T. A..Portland Ore
WHITE COLLAR LINL
Columbia River and ruget Sound Navi
Bailey Gatzert leave Astoria dally,
except Sunday, at 7 p. m.
Leaves Portland dally except Sun
day at 7 a. m.
White Collar line ticket and O. R.
& N. tickets interchangeable on Bailey
Gatzert and Hassalo.
A. J. Taylor, Astoria Ar.
U. B. SCOTT. Telephone 11L
TEMPLE LODGE NO. T. A. F. ft A
M. Regular communication held on
the first and third Tuesday evening of
each month. J. N. GRIFFIN, W.
M.; E. a HOLDEN. Secretary.
(20T CertTutY Train.) f
between Minne jpolis, St. Pui
and Chicago, Is entertainingly
described in an Illustrated
booklet, which will be fur
nished mi on application to
W. H. MEAD, Gen. Agt.,
248 Waaklnftoa Strmt,
F. W. PARKER,
. aofl Flrnt AvMtna.
:SpT SEATTLE. WASH
PORTLAND I ARRIVB
KKKdrt. (or Sakra,
7:M P.M.8acrameDU). Ogdeo, 8:00 Ala.
ea ermaciaco, o- i
lave. Lo Ana-aiea. i
El Paso. New Or
leans and tn East i
t-M A U
Roe burg passenger
Via Woodbura, for
Mount Angl, 8H
verton. West Sclo,
i K P. M
conraili passenger tt:M A at
Independence paaa' t.2S A M
Daily. rDallj except Hunoay.
Connecting ac Ban r rancuco with Oe
dental ft Onenlal. Pact He Mall aad 0
anic ateamatup line for
JAPAN. CHINA AUSTRALIA.
HAWAII AND THE PHILD?PINE8.
Rebate tickets on sale daily betweea
Portland. Sacramento, and San Francis
co. Net rates 117 flrst-clasa. and 111 eec-
ond-claas, including sleeDer.
Hate ana tic-eta to eastern poinu ana
r,iw.n. A ' . . T . r. n n I'hln. U.x..l..l..
and Australia. Can be obtained from J. B.
KiKKJANii. Ticket agent, m rnirii st..
R. KOKHLER. C. H. MAKKHAM,
Manac-r. Q. F. ft P. A.
Throurh tlcketa Eaat (or lowest rates.
c.; r. C J Treochard local trnt,
Wrl.a Faro Com wajrs afflge- A atom.
EAST AND SOUTHEAST
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPERS.
TOURISTS SLEEPERS and
FREE RECLINING CHAIR CAR
Salt Lake. Denver, 0m! 2.
Chicago. Kansas City
and other Eastern cities.
rBagg-age checked tnroug-n to aestlnatlua.
Union Depots. last tune, lowest rates,
Pintsch light In all cars.
For rates and other information call oa
G. W. LOUNSBERRY. Agent
O. R. ft N. Co.
or J. H. LOTHROP, Gen. Agent
135 Third St.. cor. Alder, Portland. Or.
A familiar name for the Chicago, Mil
waukee ft St Paul Railway, known all
over roe Union aa the Greet Railway
running the "Pioneer Limited" train
every day and night between St Paul
nnd Chicago, and Oman ana Chicago.
"The only perfect train In the world."
Understand: Connections are made with
all Transcontinental Line, assuring to
'Paasegenrs the best service Known. Lux
nrlw;r caches, eleotrlc light, steam heat,
of a verity equaled by no other Un.
See that your ticket reads via "The
Milwaukee" when going to any point In
the United States or Canada. All ticket
a rents sell them. i
at rates, pamphlets, or other Informa
tion, (address, '
J. W. CASEY. C. J. EDDY,
Trav. Pass. Agt. General Agent,
Portland. Or. Portland, O.
Oregon Short Line
THE DIRECT ROUTE TO
Montana, Utah. Colorado
and all Eastern Points.
Gives choice of two favorite routes, via
the Union Paclflc Fast Mall Lin, or
the Rio Grande Scenic Lines.
LOOK AT THE TIME
1J Days to Salt Lake
2J Days to Denver
!U Days to Chicago
4J Days to New York.
Ter reclining chairs, upholst fred toun,
1st sleeping oars, and Pullman palace
sleepers, operated on an trains.
For further Information, apply to
G. W. LOUNSBERRY,
Agent O. R. ft N.,
Or Astoria, Oregon.
C. 0. TERE7, W. E. COM AN.
Trav. Pass Agt Gen. Agent
124 Third Bt. Portland. Or.