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VI1E MORNING ASTORIAN, TUESDAY, SEl'TllMIJEU Mi, IfHU
Telephone, Mala ML
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.
Sent 7 malt, per year J-
Bent by mall, per month M
Served by carrier, per month .... W
rat by mail per year, In advance SI 00
The Astorlan guarantees to Its' ad
vertiser the largest circulation ct any
aewspapcr published on the Columbia
S. C. TURNER, Business Manager.
An Eastern preacher has made an
attack atrainst ladles coming to church
without hats. The reverend gentleman
must be very short of subjects for ser
mons and he certainly struck a very
dangerous one in .lis last atempt He
forgets, perhaps, that million art wir
Mapping w.thojt hats and that even
the highest cliws of Mexican ladlts
weir r.o hats at chur.-h. The gener..!
trouble Is to suppress the millinery craze
and that perachcr knowts that, at two
seasons of the year especially, there
are numbers of ladies that go to church
a little more regularly with a new hat
or gown than with an old one. If the
ladies dont want to wear hats at
church they have right on their side.
It should be the last duty of a min
iate rto Insist on a head being covered
to bow their knee to worship. The mil
linery business has a unique place in
the home, the church and even In ihe
state, but he is a daring man who will
venture to tell a woman what to wear
and when. Not only so, but he is
foolish, because she won't do Jt any
The news from England that salmon
Is in demand at higher prices suits
Astoria very well. If it doubled in
price It would not hurt us and that
is no fish story.
A list Showing the estimated profits
FOR TWO WEEKS of a few of the
larger holders of railway securities has
been prepared as follows:
J. D. Rockefeller 30,000,000
Vanderbilt interests 25,000,000
E. H. Harriman 15,000,000
J. H. Moore 5,000,000
Judge Moore 5,000,000
Marshal Field 3,500.000
John W. Gates 1,500,000
John Lambert 1,500.000
John Dupee 1.500.00.
Isaac El wood 1.500,000
D. O. Reid 1,500,000
J. Ogden Armour 1,000,000
John J. Mitchell 1.000 000
S. W. Allerton 1.000.000
W. B. Leeds 1.000,000
Almost a billion IN TWO WEEKS,
and the list only shows tho?e who re
ceive dividends of a million or over
FOR TWO WFFKS' WrORK-of the
other fellows. Ex.
As the population of American in
creases the proportionate number of
boys who can become president les
sens. There can only be a certain
number of presidents and' there may
be as many people as can crowd them
selves upon the land. - But with the
increase of population comes an in
crease, of opportuntiy to follow in the
steps of Andrew Carnegie. The fact
that he became an associate of kings
does not signify as much to the Amer
ican public as it does to Englishmen.
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT
COWARD PRIOR, Mdnaccs
First-Class U p-t o-D a t e Work
UNION LABOR ONLY
"I lnv a rooster for tow tilings one
is the krow that t in him, and the
other Is the spurs that air on him
to bak up bis krow with."
istorian Publishing Co.
Ten tli and Commercial Sts. .
Phone 66 1
v.. i ry
But this much it does proclaim, that
he has risen until ho holds a position
that commands the respect of the
whole world. Walla Walla Union.
The Maharajah of Jeypur, on his vis
it to England, carried with him a van
lewd of gods. -In the Orient one re
ligion has many gods, and In the West
one God has many religious. It would
be Interesting to know whether the
Maharajah's portable deities travel on
passes, on tickets, or as excess bag
ease. Oregon Statte Journal.
A New Tork court has decided that
forgery and extravagance on the part
of the wife are not grounds for a di
vorce, saying that "a man take s wife
for better or worse." True, but sup
pose she proved "worse than he took
According to the terms the Boors
would like to have, the superiority of
defeat oer victory becomes apparent.
The laborer is worthy of his hire.
The newspaper should not be made an
exception. Eugene Guard.
V. S. Engineer Office, Portland, Ore.,
Sept 8, Sealed proposals will be
receive.! here for mattress, rock and
pile work in connection with the ex
tension of the jetty at the mouth o;
Coquille River, Ore., until 11 a. m,
October 8, 1902, and then publicly open
ed. Information on application. W
C. Langfltt, Cart. Engrs.
Attention is directed to the G. A. R.
Convention to be held .n Washington.
D. C. October th to nth, melume,
lf-02. We can sell you tickits at rates
which make going to tiie convention
chtaper than staying at home, and we
make enough out of it so that we are
not -'on the county." Tickets sold only
on September 29th and iHli. For pur
tieulars as to rates, accommodations,
stopovers, time limit, etc. eto , cull on
or address, B. H. Truinh ill, ('oni'm r
cial Agent Illinois Central K. R., 14:
Thrird street, Portland. Ore.
Proposals for beef and mutton: Of
fice of chief commissary, Vancouver
Barracks, Wash., Sept. 4, 1902. Sealed
proposals for furnishing and deliver
ing fresh beef and mutton for six
months beginning Jan. 1, 1903, will be
received here and at offices of com
missaries at Fort Stevens, Oregon;
Boise Barracks, Idaho; Forts Casey,
Canby, Flagler, Walla Walla, Wright,
Lawton and Vancouver Barracks,
then opened. Information furnished
Wash., until 11 a. in. Oct. 4, 1902, and
on application. Envelopes containing
proposals should be endorsed "Propos
als for fresh beef and mutton," and ad
dressed to commissary of post to be
supplied, or to Col. F. E. Vye, chief
BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD
We can furnish you with the best for
no more than you might pay for the
worst, therefore, don't throw away
good money for poor service, but if
you are going East, or have friends
coming West, k-t us tell you what
we can offer on Chicago, Washington,
New York, Boston, St. Louis, Mem
i his. New Orlsans and all Intermedi
ate points. Our rails are laid In 14
different states of the Union.
Communicate with us regarding
freight and passenger business. It's a
pleasure to reply to your letter.
B. H. TRUMBULL,
J. C. LIXDSEY. Com. Agt.
T. F. & P. A.
143 Third Street, Portland. Ore.
SAVED AT GRAVE'S BRINK.
" I know I would Ion? ago have been
in my grave," writer Mrs. S. Jf. Kew
som, of Decatur, Ala., "if it had not
been for Electric Bitters. For three
years I suffered untold agony from
the worst forms of Indigestion, Water
brash, Stomach and Rowel Dyspepsia.
But this excellent medicine did me a
world of good. .Since uslr.g it I can
eat heartily and have gained 35
pound?." For Indigestion, Loss of Ap
petite, Stomach, Liver and Kidney
troubles, Electric Bitters ari a posi
tive, guaranteed rur Only 50c at
Chas. Rogers' drug stocr.
421 BONO ST,
We are thoroughly prepared for
making estimates anl ixeeutlrig
orders for all kinds of electrical
nstalling and Repairing
Supplies In stock. We sll ti e
celebrated SHELBY LAMP. Call
up Phone 1161.
H. W.CYRUS, - M'sr
G. Q. Ban, Dentist
Man sell Building.
878 Commercial St, Astoria, Or,
TELEPHONE! RED KML
A noted London club mau once laid a
rager with a friend that the latter could
not sell a given number of gold guineas
at a penny a piece. He won hit wager.
The people refused to buy. They thought
he was otfcring too much for too little.
It may be that the claiuis made for
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Mem
almost loo great to
women who ia years
of suffering have found
no help in doctors or
medicine. But it is
to be remembered that
no claim is ntnde for
tion which is not
substantiated by thou
sands of women cured
by its use. Its effects
are truly wonderful.
It wipe out past years
of paiu as a sponge
is the great medicine
for women. It estab
lishes regularity, dries
and ulceration and
cures female weakness.
It is the Iwst prepara
tive for maternity, mak
ing the baby's "advent
When I wrote tn vou in March, Mkitig advic
to what to do lor nivaril." aava Mra. Kill
Keynoiiu, 01 tiunir, Mci.ru Co.. Ky., "I wu
expecting to become mother in June, sad waa
sick all of the lime. Had beta ak-k for amral
month. Could not get anything to atav in mr
stomach, not vn water. Had mishap twice
in tut month., ami threatening all the time
with thia oue. Hail female weakuna for teveral
years. My hir. hack and lower bowels hurt
tneall the time. Had numhnena from niv hip
down. Had aerrral hard crumping spelli, and
was not able to do any work at all. I received
your anawer In a few dava, tailing me to take
Ir, Pierce Favorite Prescription. I took three
bottles, and before I had taken it a week 1 waa
better, and before I had taken it a month I was
able to help do mv work. On the h of Mav
ay baby was born, and t was only ick three
hour, and had an easv time.
"We praise Dr. Pierce'i medicine for it hat
Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure biliousness.
Dp. T. k Ball
524 Commercial Street
C. J. Trenchard
Insurance Commission smd Snipping.
Agent Wells Fargo and Pa
cldc Express Companies. Cus
tom House Broker.
Warn laker, Blarlnfliilk tei BuMvtocr
F1RCT-CLAS3 WORK AT
Special Attention Given to Ship aid
Steamboat Repalring.Oeneral Black
smithing, Flrst-Claia Horse
CORNER TWELFTH AND DT7ANX
Th. "Northwestern Limlvd" trains,
electric lighted throughou', both Inside
and out, and steam heated, are with
out exception, the finest trains la the
world. They embady the litest, rewest
and best Ideas for comfort, convent nee
and luxury ever offered the travelling
nubile, and altogether are the mcs:
complete and splendid production of tb
car builders' art.
These splendid Trains
The Great Northern
The Northern Pacific and
The Canadian Pacific
AT ST. PAUL FOR
CHICAGO and the EAST.
No extra charge for these ejperior
acommodatlons and all classes of tick
ets are available for passage cn the
trains oa this line are protected by the
Interlocking ElccU Ey:em.
W. H. MEAD, H. L. SI8LER,
General Agent. Traveling Ag t.
Don't Guess at It
But If you aro govrter East write us
for our rates and let us tell you about
the service and accommodations offer
ed by the ILLINOIS CENTRAL
RAILROAD. THROUGH TOURIST
Cars via the ILLINOIS CENTRAL
from PACIFIC COAST to Chicago and
Cincinnati. Don't fall to write us
about your trip as we are m a posi
tion to give you some valuable Infor
mation and assistance; 6319 miles of
track over which are operated some
of the finest trains In the world.
For particulars regaramg rreigni or
passenger rates call on or address.
T. F. & K. A. jom i Agi.
142 Third St., Portland. Ore.
Scott's Santal-Pcpsin Capsules
A POSITIVE CURE
Pot Inflammation or Catarrh
of ttie hladder and Uffteated
KUa-.f. Vo cure no pa.
Gun qulcklr and Perma
nently the wont caa of
Uanarrhora and lt,
no matter of bow Ion aland
lne. Abaolntely barmieaa,'
Bold br drugilata. Price
S1.D0, or fcr mail, postpaid,
SI.w, t Doa,z.ia.
THI SARTAL-PtTStN CO,
Sold by Cha. Rogers, 46 Commerci
al Street, Astoria, OMgon.
Foley's Kidney Cure purities the
blood by straining out Impurities and
tours up the whole system. Cures
kidney and bladder trouble. For sale
by Frank Hart, Druggist.
The poorest way In the world for
a woman to catch a man Is to pur
NO FALS13 CLAIMS,
The proprietors of Foley's Honey
and Tar do not advertise this a a
" sure cure for consumption." They
do not claim it will cure this dread
complaint In advanced cases, but do
positively assert that It will cure In
the earlier stages and never falls to
(live comfort and relief In the worst
cases. Foley's Honey and Tar Is with
out doubt the greatest throat and lung
remedy. Refuse substitutes. Sold by
Frank Hart, druggist.
Everybody loves the truth, but few
know it and adhere strictly to It.
FOILS A DK.YDLY ATTACK.
" My wife was so 111 that good phy
sicians were unable to help hrr," writes
M. M. Austin, of Winchester, Ii'd.
but was completely cur.'d by Pr.
King's New Life PIIK Tlwv work
wonders in stomach and liver troubles.
Cure constipation, sick headache. 35c
at Chas. Rotters' drug store.
You should set the example before
you expect the world to have a good
opinion of you.
BRONCHITIS FOR TVENTY YKARS
Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville, 111,,
writes: " I had bronchitis for twenty
years and never got relief until I used
Foley's Honey and Tar, which is a
?ure cure." Sold by Frank Hart,
A man in good company Is very apt
to be one of the number.
When o:her medicines have fulled,
take Foley's Kidney Cure, it haa cur-
jtd when everything else has disap
pointed. For sale by Frank Hart,
I'on't blame the cook when the steak
Is raw. Remember a woman's work
is never done.
A. R. Bass, of MorRantown, Ind.,
had to get un ten or twelve times in
the nl(,ht and had severe backache and
I pains in the kidneys. Was cured by
Foley's Kidney cure. For sale by
I'ruim nan, uruKg.ai.
1ITE CULLAK LINh
. Jorlland - Astoria oute.
STR. "BAILEY GATZERT."
Pally round trips except .Sunday.
Leave Portland 7 a. m.
Leave Astoria 7 p. m.
Through Portland connections with
steamer Nahcotta from Ilwaco and
Long Reach Points.
White Collar Line tickets inter
changeable with O. R. & N. Co. and
V. T. Co. ticket.
The Dalles Route
STR. " TAH0MA,"
Dally trips except Sunday.
Leave Ponland Mon.. Wed., ""rl., a. m.
Leave Dalles, Tues., Thur.. Sat, 7 a. m.
Lv. Portland Tues., Thur., Sat., Tim.
Lv. Dalles, Mon., Wed., Fri., 7 a. m.
Landing at foot of Aldei Street, Port
Both Phones. Main 351.
John M. Fllloon, The Dalles, Ore.
A. J. Taylor, Astoria, Ore,
J. J. Luckey, Hood River, Ore.
Wolford & Wyers, White Salmon, Wn.
J. C. Wyatt, Vancouver, Wn.
R. B. Gilbreth, Lyle. Wn.
John M. Totton, Stevenson, Wn.
Henry Olmstead, Carson, Wn.
William Butler, Butler, Wn
E. W. CRICHTON. Portland Oregon.
9:00 a. m.
8:50 p. m.
ington LI-E8 j Arrlvi
Pall Lake, Denver,! .
Ft. Worth, Oma-i
h;i, Kansas City 4:30 p. ro
8t, Louis, Chicago
and East. j
Salt Lake, Denver;
Ft. Worth. Oma-'
ha, Kansas City,' 8:10 a. it
St. Louis, Chicago.
and Emt. i
6 p. rn.
nt. raui, Liuium. cwa. m
via Milwaukee, Chi
Spokane Icago ani East I
72 hours from' Portland to Chicagu
No Change of Cars.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
All sailing date:
subjwt to change
For San Francis-,
co every five days.
To Portland and
7 a. m.
4 a. m.
Steamer Nahcotta leaves Astoria on
tide dally for Ilwaco, connecting there
with trains for Long Beach, Tioga and
North Beach points. Returning ar
rives at Astoria seme evening.
Q. W. LOUNSBBRRT, Agent.
A. I CAAIO,
General Passenger Agent,
TWO HOTTLKft CUKBU HIM.
" t win tiMubUd with kidney com
plaint for about two years," write A,
II Dal, of Mt. Sterling, la, but two
Imttles of Foley's Kidney Cure effect
d a permanent cure." Sold by Frank
Some men foal away nearly enough
time looking for a soft job to muko
a good living, if properly applied.
When you are suffering from rheu
matism, the kidneys muM be attend
ed to at once ao Unit they will elimi
nate the uric acid from thte blood.
Foley's Kidney Cure U the moat ef
fective remedy fur this purpose, it. Y.
Hopkins, of Polar, Wis., say: "After
unsuccessfully doctoring for Hires
years for rheumatism with the beat
doctors, I tried Foley's Kidney Cure
and it cured me. I cannot pk too
highly of this areal medicine." For
sale by Frank Hart, druggist.
No one is evur more Interested about
tho tune of day than u dude who ha
a new gold watch.
THi: l'litl'1-: OF HIUIOKS.
Many soldiers in the last war wrote
to say that for Scratches. Itrulses.
Cuts, Wound, Corns, Sore Feet and
Stiff Joints, Ruckled' Amua Salve is
the best in the world. Same for Burns,
Scalds. Uoils. I'lcers, Skin Kruptlou
and Piles. It nues or no pay. Only
at Chas. Rogers' drug store.
If you ate a gentleman people wilt
find it out without your boasting that
you veto born oue.
A MILLION" VOICES
Could hardly expn''lhe thank of
ll.mwr Hall, of West Point, la. Ll-
l-a whv A even cold had settled
on his Hums, causing a most obstinate
cough. Several physicians said he had
consumption, but could nut help him.
When nil thought he was doomed ho
began to use Lr King's New Ucov
ry for consumption and writes: "It
completely cured me and saved my
life. I now weigh 27 pound." It'
positively guaranteed fur Coughs,
Colds and I.mig troubles. Price 60c
and II. Trial bottles free at Chas.
Rogers' drug store.
Life Is full of trials and If it wasn't
the lawyers would all become vag
r.mts What a man can effect depends al
together on what he Is.
ASTORIA AND COLUMBIA
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Kluel, Kurt M ffnv
Hanimniel and A.torli
4 00 p It,
10 ib a m
Soul.U' i. ir u arrr-iion, i li 60 p a
Klava , llimm-iid, Ton I 7 Hi p n
-teve 1 Sil l AtTl "l iff j W
Ail ( r.m s nitke close connections at
Oohle with al, Northnrn Pacific trains
() and from the East and Sound
points. , J. C. MAYO,
Gen l Freight and Pass. Agent
TO AND FROM ALL
St PAt'U DULtJTH, MINNRAPOMB,
'CHICAGO AND POINTS EAST.
Through Palm e and T jurist Hl epf r.
Dlnlns an l iiuffct Hmoltins Library
Dally Tialns; fast time.
Fur raten, folder 'tnd full Informa
tion regarding ilrket, routes etc., call
on or address
J W. I'HALON, If. DICKSON
Trav. l am. Agt. City Ticket Agt
122 Third Hrroet. l'oit.rid.
A. B. C. DP.NNI3TO.V, (i. V. I'. A
tili First Avenue, Seattle. Wsdh.
September 15 to 201902
You nre Invited to attend and
see the greatest Industrial ex
position and livestock show ever
held on th3 Pacific Coast. Good
rs-lng every nftjr ioo.t Osmp
ground free. Come and bring,
your families. For any infor
M. D. WISDOM, Secretary.
Steamer SUE II. ELMORE
The Largeat, Btaunrhost, Steadiest, and most seaworthy vel
ever on the route, Beat of Table and HI to Room Aooommoda
lion. Will mak round trips tvery v day between.
Astoria and Tillamook
Connecting at Astoria with ths Orsgon Railroad Navigation Co. aaj
the Astoria ft Columbia R. It. for Portland. Ban franclsco anJ aU
point Kan. For freight and passenger rat apply to
Samuel 13 1 m ore & Co
(icttcrnl ViM-ntu, Astorlit, r.
R. C. LAMM.
,. A C. R. R. Co.
North Pacific Brewery.
JOHN fCOPP, Proprietor.
Tito l'.pultr Proilucl of tit only brewery In North
western Oregon enjoy n very Inrue duntentlc or.tl ex
port Hle. ,
KOPPS HKST bottled or in kec
I Voo City Uellvory,
V. 11 111 v....
M 1MM FillE
Of New Zealand
VV. P. THOMAS, Mgr., 5a n Francisco.
UNLIMITED LIABILITY OF SHAREHOLDERS
Has bun Underwriting on the Pacific C'cflst ovti twenty-two year
SAML'KL KI.MOKK k LV., Agenta, Aitorio, Ore.
Iiy virtue of an execution, luinicd out
of tht- Cln lilt Court, uf thn Ht.iU- of
ort'Kou, for the County of i.'laiaop. on
th sth day of August. I':', upon a
Judgment rendered therein on the 27lh
day f June. Wl, In favor of Janirs
W. Wfhh as plaintiff and aituinst
Xvxiic. IliTKiuun, tiforgi- Noland end t.
It. Tlti)MiKoTi, difiiiduoi for the sum
of I1IM 70, with Inirrcat ihenon at Ihe
ratn of 10 -r rent prr annum from
the 77th day of June, liW'.'. until mld,
and thn further sum of $10 30 tonta and
dlaliurai'iin'tita of this suit and the t osts
of and upou this writ, i-iniiiiiandlitg
and rttiilrl'ig me lo levy on the prop,
erty of tlm above-named di-tVndiint,
Isaac l(-rKUian, to sntlafy the Judg
ment, Intr-rcat, cost and all ncrrttlng
costs, I dlil on the 4th day of Kepti-m-Iwr.
190J, levy tipon the followlng-de.
srllM-d real proM-rty. to. wit: Lots 3
and 4 In Work M, In Mi-Clure's Aatorln
b extendi'il by Cyrus Oltwy; lot 7 In
block 10, lots 7 anil H, In biro k 12, nnd lot
4, In block 43. nil In MoClure's Aatorln,
as laid out anil recorded bv John Me.
Clure; block 4, except lot li, nil of the
frontage of block 4, lot 1, 2. 3, In block
II, lots 4. . ft. In bbvk 13, nnd lot 12.
In block 30, nil In the Town of Alder
brook; also the north hnlf of the south
east quarter of section IB, township
7, north of rnnne 9 weal, of Willamette
Meridian, nil of the nhnve.dearriherl
property being situated In Clatsop
Notice la hereby Klven that I will
on Monday, the lltlh day of 'utober,
KW2, til the hour of 10 o'clock In the
forenoon of wild day. In tront of nnd
nt the courthouse door, In th" 'llv of
Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, sell
at public miction to the highest bidder
for cash the above described real
proiierty to satisfy the Judgment, In
terest, costs nnd nil accruing costs.
THOMAS LIN VII.LK.
Hberlff of Clatsop County, Ore,
Astoria. Ore., tfept. 5, !2,
NOTK'H FOR PUHL't7TI0y
1,'nlted Blutes I,and Olllce. O'.i,"on
City, Oregon, August 8, 1!i2.
Notice Is hereby given Hint In om
pllnncc with tho provisions of mi act
of congri.'S of June 3, 1H7S, entitled
" An net for the sale of timber inula
In the states of California, Oregon,
Nevada nnd Washington Territory,"
ns extended to nil public liiml state
by act of August 4, 1S92,
JOHN K. LAHHON,
of Astoria, County of Clatsop, Hlate of
Oregon, has this day filed In this of
fice his sworn statement No. fiSu.t, fur
tho purchase of the west Imlf of the
southwest quarter of srctlnn 5, nnd
the west hnlf of the northwest mmrtcr
of f?ec. 8, In Two. No, 7 N., ritnw No. 7
west, nnd will offer proof lo show that
the land sought Is more vmimlilo for
Its timber or stone than for agri --. I
tural purposes, nnd to establish hi
claim to said land before the register
and receiver of this office nt Oregon
City. Ore,, on Monday, the 27tli dny
of October. 1902.
Ho nanus as witnesses: Kebastlun
Olnser, of Olney. Ore.; John llcriek, of
Astoria. Ore.; Julius Onrby, of Olney,
Ore.; Juke Denck, of Astoria, fire.
Any nnil nil persons Hiilmlng ad
versely the ahovo described Inn, Is are
reriuested to file their eliilms In this
office on or before the until 27lh day of
CHAS. !!. MoultKH,
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed ndmln
Istrator of the estate of Lemuel Hher
man Hurnslilo doceused, by the County
Court of (he State of Oregon, for Clat
sop Cjiunly. All persons having clnln s
against said estate are hereby required
to present the same to the undersign
ed at his olllce nt No. 179 Kleventh
street, In the City of Astoria, Clatsop
County, Oregon, duly verified as by
law provided, within six months from
this date. R. Z. FERGUSON,
Administrator of the estate of Lemuel
Sherman Rurnslde, deceased,
Tinted this 4th day of September, 1902
O. R. N. Co
Central Meat Market
642 COMMERCIAL. ST.
Your ontera for
F K E 8 II A N I) 8 A L T
H ill t promptly and
aat'.alacUirlly attended to
3. W. MORTON, Pres.
TrleptlOM No. ;'!.
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A familiar nam of the Chicago,
Milwaukee ft ttt. Paul Railway, known
all over the Union the Great Railway
running the "Pioneer Limited" train
every day and night between HI. Paul
and Chicago, and Omaha and Chicago,
"The only perfect train In the world."
Understand: Connection are made
with all transcontinental lines, securing
to passenger the best service known.
Luxurious cimohea, oleolrlo light, steam
lieiit, of a variety equaled by no other
fee that your ticket reful via "The
Mlltvnuke;" when going to ny point
In the 1,'ulted Wales or Canada, All
ticket ngent sell them.
For rates, pamphlet or other Infot
J. W. CASEY, C. J. KDDr,
Trnv. Iuas. Agl,, V -n. Agt.
Portlniid, Ore, Portland, Or.
In the way of luxury and solid
comfort when thoy travel via
And they are never disappointed
not even Ihe most exacting for tho
Famous Trulns of this Famous Line
u nil equipped with "The Best of
Remember It Is the short line be
tween Mlnneapalls, 8t. Paul and Chi
cago. Anything you wish to know about
comfortable traveling gladly answered
H. L. SI8LER,
General Agent, 248 Alder Street,
T. W. TEASDALE,
Qeneral Paw, Agt, St Paul., Minn.