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jp) Iff I U Ussa SENT FREE A WARRANTED French nrinr ripn, Hurd Rubber Stem, ciml in (hum usually retailed at jj cents, Will be soul frca FOR 24 COUPONS 0". FOR 2 COUPONS and 24 CENT8. You will find one coupon Intlde each i ounce beg, uxl two coupon liul Jo eecu 4 ounce beg of m m lEIlMlKlllRUUr 1 . ' ' ' ' 04 eouponi vllk me aa address lo I IIACKWEU'S DURHAM TOBACCO CO., DURHAM, M. 0. Buy a baf of this Clbrud Smoklnf Tobacco and read the oupoa which fives a list of other premiums, and bow to get inem, t ci nt traM aeccrrcD. 6 f o 13ml aces Join Look Here; Just a foment When You Buy MARSHALL'S Twine In This City, You Don't Oct a Pig In a Poke.. .You Look at the Goods, Un ravel Them, Put the Strands In a Special Testing Machine, and See for Yourself What the Stuff Will Stand , YOU TAKK NO CHANCES WHEN YOU PUNCH ASK MARSHALL'S ! THE BEST THE STRONGEST The Right Twine to Buy KI.MONK, HANHOHN & CO., Affvnt . MANHOOD RESTORED 2-?S-ra 1 aa asjsm mmh w4 m WmI Hub, laas ei MnliOrn it . 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Abb Open For Special Charter. iSnilin (lutes to and from Tillamook and Nehalem depoiul on the weather. For freight and passenger rat(s apply to ELMORG, SANBORN & CO., Agents. O. K ft N. CO., Aien, Portland. The Astorian Job Office Best of Stock, HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIII Mm t : :.lJ mih Neat . Work. Is always prepared to print to order , Dotes Pickel Up Along the Water Front Yesterday. "You iray In ur II not a pl.nt rmrwinm, bul, r ally. 1 ran't mh how yuu young Miilitnan mmkt mm out a hnroliMi, dun'l ru know. I took th voyj wnh ny hu.txnd and my ilri wan llh hi in. nurtially aflrr ht hurt by tho uplualon, thouah, rtrar knuwi. It a I Mile I could i1 for him, or anybody Mm. tor that matter him layina r)hi on hi. foal, and a-lnc to vt.ryihlna. aa only hla duty, of couiw " Mr.. Ilarflcld brlrayMl aoina ' ronfu.lnn aha talkitt of hrr lata rx prrlrnca. 'Iwln Hi and watrr, and hrt1 mfUMl lo Irava Ikt liuahand and tha bark Alrxandrla, of which ht la cafilaln, noiwlthaiandlni that tha rarao wa a ma. a of glowing- ruala. Hha had read lh rmwaiiaiM-r anvunla of th danir h, aa writ aa avnrybody alaa on I ha Alxtandrta, wra In, and of hr bravrry In aumllng by. Hha rould nnt b angry almiii rh romiillmrniary thine aald alwul h. and aha didn't prvtand to nr. but aha waa nol ronarlnua of havlne d aflrvvd puhllr pralan. Hha aat with hrr huaband In th rahln of tha luff Frar aa yatrday and talkad of tha matin-, hllo tha watrr, which had brrn pumm into lha Alrianilrla lo put (Mil tha lira In hrr cargo of coal, waa brln( pumprd out again. Ilrra la on of lha young grnllrmra who maka you out aurh a hrroinr," waa lha way Captain Karflrld Inlroducrd tha Chronlria rrportrr to hta wlfr. n rll, 1 m aura I'm glad to mot him," waa hrr rraponaa and grrrtlng, "but h did vary wrong In aaylng ao much about ma whrn. mally. don't you know, thT waa nothing to aay. Roma of tha thing lha papara nava aald bar hurt th mm' fwllnaa vary murh. Yol can't l)ma thorn. Thry did rvrrythlng that mm couiii no ana inr waan t any antra Ing on thrlr part. 'Thla la my rond voy with my bualHUid. Our homa la at Ormvaaand, nw London. I wmt wllh him bacaiuio I waa Urrd of bring arparatM from him o murh, and thai' tha truth. Of coura didn't riport any aurh aiparlmro a thla, and I don't want to go through It again, but nothing a hall kmo mo from going with my htiahand In lha futuro. Mow did I frrl whrn tha danger wai Iramnl? Why, I hardly know. I up poaa I frit Ilk tha rrt of thoa alawd, that t mtial try to aava tha vaaarj. If poaalblr. ami If not we muat look to aave oiinMlra," Mr. Ilarftrld la a falr-halrrd Rngllah woman who looka, art and talk Ilka on who would rtvri any anirnrmry hruat upon hrr wllh caJmnKa and un- ronwloua bravery. Tha aiaiemrnt thai Mm Ttarflrld ap pealed lo the craw to lay with lh Alnandrla till they brought hrr Into port madr the crew fori much aggrlevrd. h never anok to thr men at all." aald the mate, voicing the feeling aboard tha Aloandiia. "Hh never epoka evm to me rjeept on the poop deck, and he' aa rlrver a Utile woman a rvrr came ahuanl a ai-a-golng craft. No. body knew juat what th danger waa. There waa Ore down there, but we couldn't tell II extent. We were all Interested In gelling the bark Into port, but If that couldn't ba done. why. life before everything, of courar." Pt,mer W. II llarrl.nn la ml lh. 1A HadollM cilinirv. whara aeveral I..... Ixillrra and othrr cannery aupplle are nf inn iimen on. rne rreignt I for An arorlra. The aleamrr Alice Blanchard aallrd for Bun Kranrlaco yeatrrday morning. Sri' carrlnl K.iui fet of lumber, UTO rack of dour, 167.' anrka of pot a toe, and S!C karka of oat. Th llrltlah ahlp Hallorhmyle left up the river yeaienlay afternoon In tow of the aleamer Orklahnma. 8he will din rhargv the n-nialndiT of her canto ot coul, lOtm tons, In Portland. The fine large fnur-matod hark Marlon I.lirhtliody, S127 ton. Captain Conllner, arrlvv.t down 'he river 'etTdy. 8he ha a cargo of wheal. At s o'clock yeaterday mornlnir the nin.l hau a velocity of 3) mile at ;h t'npe: at noon, W mllea; and at 4 had lulled lo lb. The two-maalnl schooner Annie tjee, lumler laden, arrived down late yester day afternoon. The achooner Muld of Orlcana will probably leave up today. somewhat ptitiltd to know what to do wllh I ham, for lha tatule makta no provtolon for thrlr conftacallon, though It don aay that any appllancm uard In unlawful flahlng, auch a boat, nma, tmMi. etc., shall be auhjArt lo execution for the payment of the fin Impoerd. If any on shows up with a claim for th nala ha will b proecutrd for violating th flah and gam laws, and execution shall be levied upon the net. If no one shows up the nets will be sold at soma futuro dale for lh benflt ot lh state." AMYBHIMA. Karla About th Peopl Who Defeated the Italian. It's Juel aa ensy to try One Minute Coiuth Cure as anything else. It's easier to. cur a sever couith or cold with It. l.et your next purchaso for a cough be One. Minute Cough Cure. Retter medi cine; bolter result: better try It. Chas. Rogers. OOT A J.OT OF NETS. Fish rrotector's D-'putlfa Make an Im portant Cnpturc. Tho Orcironlan. Fish and Oitme Trotector McOulre's detnttles, Idleman and Morgan, who have been jMUrollIng the Columbia river In a steam launch for the lsst two days and nlfrhta on the lookout for transerfsal flHhermen, returned yesterday afternoon with ler. sets of nets that they had found and seised. .The fishermen who set the nets were engag! In Illegal fish ing, and It la scarcely likely that they will lay claim to their property In Mr. McOulre's hands, as th?y have rendered themselves liable to flnrs ranging from $M to $250. while the nets at the utmost are not worth more than $"i00. Th re sult of the capture will probably place a check upon a great many fishermen who are engaged In unlawful fishing. Speak ing of set nets. Mr. McClutre said yes terday: "They are different from the nets used by tho fishermen during the open season, for, Instead of being marked by a line or floating corks, they are sunk out of sight beneath the surface of the water, and marked by only a single buoy, to that the chance of 'their being discovered Is small. My deputies found ten of these nets, but, of r.ourse, they were unable to ascertain who th owner are, I am Ex change. The chief exports are gold. Ivory, slave, coffee, buttrr, honey aad wax. Abysalnla Is a very mountainous coun try. Many of th peak are always covered wllh enow. Th literature of Abyaslnla amount lo llttla. What there U deal wllh relig ion matter. Th country I o situated that Ihe climate Is the most ealuhrluue on th face of th glob. Th area of tn country I about Xio.ono qoar mlka. Its Inhabitant number a llttl over l.ooo.ooo, Adowa, where th Italian met defat, 1 the iMoond rlty In Abysalnla. having about T.Out Inhabitants. Th peopl are mostly karlrulturallat. Cotton cloth, leather, parchment. Iron and brasa are manufactured. The majority of th Inhabitant of Abysalnla are of the Caucasian race and are wall formed and handsome. Th language of the religion and litera ture of th country I the Oeex. which belong to the Kthloplo clasa of lan guages. According to Ihe Abysalnlana th Queen of 8h4a waa their ruler and from her on Meneiek their king ara descended. The Oalla race, which came from th South, constitute a large part of the soldiery. They are fierce and turbulent. The name Abyaslnla la derived from the Arable word Habesch. meaning mix ture, adn refer to the mixed character of the people. Abysalnla Is one of the moat ancient monarchies In the world. I'ntll recent ly, however, the king was generally afraid of hi chief. Th prevailing religion of Abyssinia Is a very corrupted form of Christianity. It la professed by th majority of the people and by the reigning prince. NOT KNOWN IN BRATTLE. Seattle. March No trace can be found her of Oliver Pike, aald to have been Identified as Ihe corpse In the sine box at Chicago. Th polio have no record of the disappearance of any such man, and the name does not appear In th city directories for five year past. We might tell you more about One Minute Cough Cure, but you probably know that It cures a cough. Every on doe who has used It It I a perfect remedy for coughs, colds, hoarseness. It Is an especial favorite for children, be ing pleasant to take and quick In curing. Chas. Rogers. TWO LJVEaJ SAVED Mr. PhfrHx Thoma. of Junction City. III., waa told by bar doctor, aha had Con umptlon and that there we so hop for liar, but two bottlr Ur, King's New Dl- p.Vi'ry r.imp wi -lr cured h.-r. an ear It aarad bar Ufa. Mr. Thoma Eggcr. tM florid etraat, Ian franclaco, uu rd from a dradful cold, approaching Con eumptlon, triad without result rvarythlng la rha bought on bottle of Dr. eUnfa New Discovery and in two wfc waa cured. Ha la naturally thankful. It la sues raaulla, of wbloa tha ar aampk, that prove th wonderful fflcar of this nvdicln In Cough and Cold. Prae trial bold at C'h. Roger' Drug I lor. Reg ular its A e nt and fl.w. A young woman of Hartford, Conn., waa telling her Sunday school elaaa ot smalt boya lh other Sunday about th Hhut In Hoetety, whose members are par son confined with slrknees to their bed or room. "Whom can w think of," aid she, "that would hav great sym pathy for tho that ar ao shut In?" "1 know," aald a llttl hoy. "Home on In th lllbl. ain't II, teacher?" "fa: and who, Johnnie?" "Jonah," waa the splrllad answer. Naw York Tribune. ROYAL Baking Powder. Highest ot all la leavening $tnngth-V, . qe.rni.t Rprt Poet Laureate Austin I said to b so murh annoyed at the criticism passed upon hi official rre that he contain Plata resigning. EGYPTIAN RAILROAD. Railroad Qaaeble. A contract has ben made with a Ger man company to build a railroad from the present terminus of the Tpper Kgypt railroad to Assouan, a distance of 174 miles. This will give rail communica tion from the Mediterranean right up the Nile to the first cataract. Unfortunate ly. It haa been decided to make this new line S feet Inch gauge, the frJgyptlan railroads, of which It Is a continuation, being 4 feet Inches. We suppos that Ihe reason for this must be that this new line Is looktd upon as the begin ning of a 8oudan system, to be ran led ultimately a great many mllea further to Khartoum, and that It 1 thought best to make this system narrow gauge for the sake of economy. As the traffic will In any event be very light, the tax due to the transhpiment of fr ight will not be a serious matter. THE MINISTEuk Their Names and Places "of Residence. Rev. E. 8. rolllnger, Sth street, between llurrlsop and Irving. Rev. Robert Llddvll. IM 7th street Itev. L. J. Trumbull, SIS Exchange street Rev. fl. J. Ci'hmld, !6 K avenue. Rev. Johnston McCormac, 478 Grand avenue. ' Rev. K. XV. Garner. KM Franklin avenue. Rev. W. 8. Short. S25 16th street. Rev. Leopold Dlclman, St. Mary's Hos pital. Rev. O. E. Peterson, 155 FlaveJ street. Rev. J. J. Walter. 110 Bond street. Rev. Jaoobsen, 17SS Franklin avenue. Rev. J. J. Ilolkka, M7 18th street Rev. P. Bteen. ltiUS Franklin avenu. Rev. J. N. Edlund, XI Slst street. WAITER! REEF8TEAK. HAM AND EGGS FOR ONE. "God gave u meat hut the devil nt u cooks," Is a trite saying. From bad cooking, fast eating, and overeating, oomes a whole train of diseases indiges tion, dyspepsia, biliousness, catarrh ot the stomach, headache, dlnlnfss, and the like. God also gave us a' brainy man, who compounded the "Golden Medical Discovery," a corrective of all the Ills resulting from overeating and bad blood. Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, has furnished In j the "Discovery," a great desideratum In America, where everybody are In, such a hurry to make money they have no time to eat, and scarcely any time to live. It Invigorates the liver, cleana s the blood and tones up the system. Delicate diseases of either sex. however Induced, speedily and permanently cured. Book of particular 10 rents In stamps, mailed sealed In plain envelope. Address, World's Dispensary Medical Association, 6C3 Main street, Buffalo, N, T. First Farmer Has the law suit be tween you and Heyseed been settled? Socond Farmer Yes, and so are the law yers, "How do you mean?" "They've settled on our farms." Philadelphia Record. All th patent medicine advertised In thla paper, together with lh choleeet perfumery, and toilet articles etc., can I bought at the lowest prices at J. W. Conn's drug store, opposite Occidental Hotel, Astoria. O, you ar not o hot." said th snow. To which th sun merely deigned lo answer: Com off th roof: In diana poll Journal. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Mr. Woodble Passenger (In railroad station at Poughkeepsle) Here, you! What time does ths next train go to New York? Mike-Be jabers! 'tis Just gone, sir. Judge. Don't Invite disappointment by experi menting. Depend upon One Minute Congh Cure and you hav Immediate re lief. Il cure croup. The only harmless remedy that produce Immediate result. Chas. Roger. To be sure." said the playwright. warmly, "we shall hav a tank In the play. Certainly. Don't you rtallae that every time the heroine can grt Into th tank In any way she gets a chanc lo change her dre? ' Of coure!" A they stood (peaking thus they lould plainly har th souhrette trying to bat down th woman who wanted a dollar for (hooting at her at th stage entrance. DetroH Tribune. Rlhlions figure largely as a trimming on all Imported costumes. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Th King of the Belgians Is very hard up. In consequence ot a long career ot gayety. Lately he waa In Paris Impor tuning th government to purchase the Congo Free State from him. He made the acquaintance of a new ballet girl, but failed In hi other purpose. Then he went to London and worried th Brit ish government to help him out He offered the Congo very cheap, but the British have enough lo occupy them In Africa. J. W. Pierce. Republic, Iowa, says: "1 hav used On Minute Cough Cure In ny family and for myself, with results so entirely satisfactory that I can hardly And words to express myself as to Its merits. I will never fall to recommend It to others, on every occasion that presents Itself." Chaa Kcgers. Bhe-O, yes: I know you think that woman Is a silly creature whose head can be turned by mere finery. He It Is sure to be turned If some other woman passes with the mere finery on. India napolis Journal. Mrs. T. 8. Hawkins, Chattanooga. Tenn.. saya: "Shiloh's Vltallxer -SAVED MY LIFE.' I consider It the best rem edy for a debilitated system I ever used." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney trouble. It excels. Price TB cjs. For sal by J. W. Conn. The man who can hold an umbrella over a woman without letting It drip clammily down th back of her neck ought to shake hands with the one who haa learned how to hook up a compli cated bodice for hi wife without once saying anything under his breath. A high liver wltn torpid liver will not he a long liver. Correct the liver with De Witt' Little Early Risers. Utile pills that cur dyapepsla and constipation. Chaa Rogers. This spring's millinery display argues that woman never grow old. A sober, sombre production Is not to be seen. Mrs. L. R. Patton. Rockford. 111., write: From personal experience I can recommend DeWItt' Sarsaparlila. a cure for Impure blood and general debility." Chaa Rogers, Druggist It is the direct line Th difference bwem the Burlington and all other lines to Omaha. Kansas City and St. Louis la the difference between a direct line and a line that Isn't direct. The Burlington Is the direct Una It Is from 60 to S28 mil fa mllea shorter than any other route to the south and southeast Time and service are corresponding ly satisfactory. Tickets and time tables on application to the local ticket agent or by address ing A. C. SHELDON, O. A., Portland, Or. Few rien Would Ask for a Finer Dinner than thoa we serve. We're trying In every way to make them the most en joyable in town. All the "good things" of the season cooked by our excellent oook In th most delicious style. Per fect service. If you Invite a friend to the Palace Restaurant th place Is a sufficient guar antee that he will receive a good meal. The Palace Restaurant Snap A Kodak at any man coming out of our (tor and you'll get a portrait of a man brimming over with pleasant thoughts. Such quality In the liquors 0 we hav to off er are enough to PLEASE ANY MAN4 Corne and Try Them HTJOHE9 A CO. THIRTY-THIRD STREET ORADK NO TICE. Notlr la hereby given that lh common council of the city of Astoria propose to eaigl.llah the grade of Thirty-third slre-t. In that pert of the city known aa Adair' Atorls, at the following height above the base of grade. At the Intersection of Thirty-third street and Grand avenue at 1(1 I ft, and hwtween Franklin avenu and Grand In a direct line at a uniform grade. At lh Intersection of Thirty-third and Harrlaon avenue at 110 feet, and be tween Grand av-nue and Harrison ave nue In a direct line at a uniform grade. And unlea a remonstrance altrned by th owner of three-fourths of lh prop erty fronting on aald portion of said street he filed with th, auditor and po lio Judg within ten day from th final publication of this nolle, to-wlt on or before Mondsy. April 1J. IMS, th common council will establish said grade. By ordr of th common council. Dated March M, 1H. H. E. NBLSW. Auditor and Police Judg. - NOTICE OF FT LI NO OF ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR THE DRAIN TN ADAIR'S ADDITION. Notice hereby given that the ment roll containing the special main for th construction of a drain In that portion of th etty known as Adair's Astoria haa been filed In th office of the auditor and police Judge, and I now open for Inspection and will so remain open until th eth day of April, lftt. prior to which time all objections to such assess ment roll muat be filed In writing with the auditor and police Judge. Th committee on streets andsublle ways, toe-el her with th board of as sessor of the c'ty of Astoria, will mt In the council chambers of the city hall In the city of Astoria, on Monday, April s, 1XS. at th hour of 1 o'clock p. m., of said day, lo review and equalise such assessment and thereafter report their aniens to the common council. Dam Astoria, Or.. March a. 1X4 H. E. NELSON. Auditor and Police Judge. NOTICE OF FILING ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR IMPROVEMENT OF ' EIGHTEENTH STREET. Notice I hereby given that th aesn Trent roll containing the special ass -sapient for the Improvement of Eighteenth street In th city of Astoria known as PMvy's Astoria, has been filed In the office of the auditor and police Judge, and la now op-n for Inspection and w'll so remain until the th day of April. UM, prior to which time all objections to such roll must be filed In writing with the auditor and police Judge. Th committee on streets and public ways, together with the board of as sessors of the city of Astoria, will met In the council chambers of the city hall In the elty of Astoria, on Monday, April t. W. at the hour of t o'clock p. m., of said day. to review and equalls' such aaeeesroent and thereafter report their actions to the common council. Dated Astoria. Or., MarclTxLlfM; H. E. NEXSON. Auditor and Police Judge. i Soltntino America rj THIRTY-FIFTH STREET GRADE NOTICE. Notle Is hereby given that the com mon council of the elty of Astoria pro poece to establish th grade of Thirty fifth street In that part of the city of Astoria known as Adair's Port of I'pper Astoria at th following heights above the base of grades. At the Intersection of Thirty-fifth and Harrison at lit feet. At the Intersection of Thirty-fifth and Irving avenue at 181 feet, and between Harrison avenue and Irving avenue In a direct line at a uniform grade. And unless a remonstrance signed by the owners of three-fourths of the prop erty fronting on said portion of said street be filed with the auditor and po lice Judge within ten days from the final publication of this notice, to-wlt: on or before Monday, April IS, 1W, the common council will establish said grades. By ordT of the common council. Dated March IS, im. H. E. NELSON, Auditor and Police Judge. DATE 8TREET GRADE NOTICE. Notice Is herHiy given that the com mon council of the city of Astoria pro pose to establish the grade of Da street In that part of the city of Astoria known as Alderbrook, at the following height above th base of grades. At the claim line between Adair's As toria and Alderbrook at 70 feet, at the Intersection of Date street and said claim. At the Intersection of Date and Forty seventh street at 70 feet, and between said claim line and Forty-seventh street In a direct line at a uniform grade. At the Intersection of Date and Forty eighth streets at 70 feet, and between Forty-seventh and Forty-eighth streets In a direct line at a uniform grade At the Intersection of Date and Forty ninth streets at 70 feet, and between Forty-eighth and Forty-ninth streets In a direct line at a uniform grade. At the Intersection of Date and Fiftieth streets at 70 feet, and between Forty ninth and Fiftieth alieet. in . hi-. line at a uniform grade. ai tne intersection of Date and Fifty first streets at 100 feet and between Fiftieth and Flftv-flrat .trot. in . m rect line at a uniform grade. At tne Intersection of Date and Fifty second streets at 130 feet, and between Fifty-first and Fifty-second streets in a direct line at a uniform grade At the claim line between Alderbrook and Van Dusen's Astoria it. i sectlon with Date street at 166 feet and oeiween r irty-second street and said claim line In a direct line at a uniform grade. And unless a remonstrance signed by the owners of three-fourths of the prop eety fronting on said portion of said street be filed with th ...hi., n. 11c Judge within ten days from the iihu puuiicanon or this notice, to-wlt: on or before Monday. Anrii i te th- common council will establish said graues. By ordr of the common council. Dated March 18, 1S9S. H. E. NELSON. Auditor and Police Judge. ASTORIA IRON "VVfS Coseosily St.. foot of Jackson. Alton. General Machinists and Boiler Makers Land and Marina Eaglnes. Bollw work. Stwua boat and Caanerv Wnrk . Cwi.ih, Cartings of All Descrlpttons Made to Omar o John Fox....PreaMar mnA a.,a.l J . . u.i.ununucm A. JU Fox vie President O. B. Prael Secretary ROSS HIGGINS & CO Qrocers, : and : Butchers Astoria and Upper Attorla FtM Teat and Coffees. Table Dellcac'ei. Domettk and Tropical Fnilte, Vegetables. Sugar Cured Hams, Bacon. Etc. Choice Fresh and - Salt - Meats. new T f lfl IrtSl ua.LaH --w rvw mm I mm I . ?r"WHTS, etJ m . .T.r . "". writes s.!!toi "I I. eiaw a. V "" fee saenrlsg patents la Amerle J""T rln ! ml hr a. la brrmahl before e-J " " "J as at aaarg la IM xeiai eTenfetfaej of mty erfesuft eaeee fa Ipmb r.UAI'!,1J' T '""eet1. glu?:M, 525 Ji "" it. weekly, ai.eoa rwilJaliwwmi Aitdrn,ai;XrS cuZ VtmjUxm, it i luiwmj. Cur. SEASIDE SAWMILL A complete stock of lumber on hand In the rough or dressed. Flooring, rus tic, celling, and all kinds of finish; mouldings and shingles: also bracket work done to order. Terms reasonable and prices at bedrock. All orders promptly attended to. Office and yard at mill. H. F. L. LOGAN, Prop'r. Seaside, Oregon. 0 UNSET LIMITED. kason or isosiege. WILL Kir. Toiiee a Week BETWEEN San Francisco AND New. Orleans Over the Great J unset fjoute Leaving San Francisco Tuesdays and Saturdays From Tiesday, Nov. 5, 1895 Th mot exspMiL modern, elegantlr equipped and perfectly arranged Veatt- buled Transcontinental Train In America. New Equipment epecUIly designed for tnie i Direct connections in New Orleans or all Eastern points . Quick time. Are Yon Goin East? Be sure end eee that your ticket reads vie THE NORTH-WESTERN 1 I I rvl tr- ! CHICAGO. ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and OMAHA RAILWAYS. This le the GREAT SHORT LINE Between DULUTH, ST. PAUL,, CHICAGO A.nd all Points East and South. Their Magnificent Track, Peerless Vea- ; UDUiea mnuisT ana meepuis; usr Trains and Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIME " Have given this road a national repute. , ban. All classes of passengers carried on the vestlbuled trains without extra charge. Bhlp your freight and travel over this famous line. All agents have tickets. W H. MEAD, P. C RAVAGE, " Oen. Agent. 1 ray. jr. ana v. Agt. 148 Washington St., Portland. Or. , . THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT REPRESENT A passenger train on the Chicago, Mil waukee and St. Paul Railway. No. Its tarlns are vestlbuled, heater by steam. and lighted by electricity. Each sleep- car berth has an electric reading lamp. Its dining cars are the best In the world, and its coaches are palaces on wheels. This great railway, connecting a It does with all transcontinental lines at Bt. Paul and Omaha, assures to the tarvellng public the best service known. Tickets via the Chicago, Milwaukee and SL Paul Hallway are on saleat all railroad ticket offices to any point in the United States or Canada. For maps, folders and other Information, address. f C. J. EDDY, General Agent, J. W. CASEY, Portland, Or. ( Trav. Pass and Tkt. Aaent, e - Portland, Or. ' IT W A A. yja-