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THE DAILY ASTOHIAN, TtESlUY MORNING, JINK SO, 18U7.
gaUy Sectarian. JOHN T. LIGHTER. Editor. Telephone No. . TKHM Or Bl BHCBIPriON. DAILY. Bent by mail, per year $6.00 Bent by mail, per month SO Berved by carrier, per month 45 WEEKLY. Bent by mull, per year 12 in advance. Postage free to subscriber. All communication Intended for publi cation should be directed to the editor. Business communication of all kinds and remittance must be addressed to The Astorlan. The Aitorian guarantee to Its sub scribers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river..' Advertising rate can be had on appli cation to the business manager. The Weekly Astorlan, the second old est weekly In the state of Oregon, has, next to the Portland Oregonlan. the largest weekly circulation In the state. John P. Handley & Co. w our Port- land agents, and copies of the Astorlan can be had every morning at their tand, 124 Third street. THE PUBLIC LIBRARY AND PI DLI1 MORA LIT. There Is no Institution that Is of so much lenellt to the workriKin&n ss the public library. First, It supplies him with ' rellng matter that he Is unable to ob tain otherwise. Second, It help him to solve the problem of hi vocation by having access to a valuable reference li brary. Third, It places every man who Is willing to read and learn on a higher i basis of morality, and he Is better able to understand the achievements of his fellow men and his country. There ar mmy plans proposed and execute! So Improv; the lot of -man and make his Itfs mors ele valine, but there Is moi- expense, I mr .nn.irv.nWrimion. nn...;Js. Tv.th the club, lodge, etc.. which is continually grinding at the working man's pocket - book, and the profit received does not ' balance wtui tne amount spent. ,n tact, ,. ....... k.. .,- the greater number of our worklngmen cannot Indulge in the social Junction of club or lodge. The public library is :h one thing that comes to the rescue at the least expense. It expels the monotonous ., among the poorer class of peopie. It ends knowledge into the dark corners of our cities. It brings light into our nomes, and reduces the degradation and teaipta- tion that surround many horn.. It i!clation of the vaJue of such an h0Ilor gratifying to note the progress of tne I public library, which Is sure to bring a !or U may mean ,nat n riarJs hl I0"1" better morality In It wake, that will make well-read and better citizens of oi:r people. This will mean better govern- menu The library, with Its reading room. is born into the community to red ice the social and moral evils that exist. The Influence of Its large collection of good books Is a magnet to check the oawa-d march of folly and ruin. It Is our moderc tnlversily. and it should be In all citks ;no happier woman in ,,. worI(1 But hr,w and towns large enough to rupnort it. different when even' breath is pain .every Many wiU say that there Is no need !,tep torture. st lte of ,, ln of it. Many will not believe that the :nlne ctut out of WD com from ueranK. Ubrary tends to lessen evil: but it really !ment9 of the dellcate (emlnln, ,:inil ot does. No man l.ould be so nar.-ow- S6neratl0n. Tne famI!y Joctor lnql,ilva minded as to think that the library should jHr9t concerning tno. He most usually oav such magnetic force that it will ln8ji,u upo an .v.,aniina.ljn... Froni take everyone away from the jaloon. the thi ln nod woma nanirlII . ,llr;r,1i resort, the' street corner, and ,ut of the ;ghe ,8 Except in very unusua. c. alley. Its work is gradual but progressive. of ..tmaIe wwkne!t.. examinations are It supplies a wealth of knowledge. wMch j unnecossa0'. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre is a free gift to every man and worr.un. I,,,.,,,,, t ilm)W- m,tura, for and it has come to stay. If those 'M jthw ,,. ,t ur,s MMy, permanently, take but little Interest in the publi; libra- ; a one..nt stamps to cov.r -os- ot ry. or their fellow men in general, would jmalhn? onlv anJ r,cHve ffw a fjpy of visit a city library in the afternoon orllJr Flerce.g JM,caI A(vt!U.r Ad.lr. evening, particularly Saturday, they j world's Dispensary Sledloal s .lacHn, would see something that ml?ht open affa0 y their eyes. They would no doubt see a ' large throng at the delivery count-r. v.au- oklahonia agr,Cui,urlsts are already ing their turn to take out book. The !8lan.;Jw th.ir what ,, lr r)oioing rcauiiiK ruuui win present tne iim cel.- ditlons. Every man and woman owes it to himself or herself to keep diligently "read up" on topics of the times, but more especially tne currtr.t literature i( hlu or her profession. If this wer; jr.iy true of the great mass of our workerr, we believe that all line of human indus try would be dignified, enlarged and en nobled. The public library plays an Im portant part In elevating the mor.il tone of the people, and does more good in a quiet way than any other Institution. The library movement is steadily moving westward, and proud New England ccn no longer boast of having the snly public libraries ln our country'- The xbove ar ticle from the pen of C. P. LongwtH, ir. the June "Home and Country," Is of such Interest and importance that w; have published It In Its entirety. The Uard of directors of our own public library have struggled for years to maintain it ln existence simply, without any thou,-i t of reward, or thanks, even; have for years left nothing of self-sacrifice or ep.rnes: effort undone, if only they could manage to keep open the library doors, and oc casionally add to the wjll-select1 list of books already on its shelves, head ers of the Astorlan know that the city through Its council appropriated forty dollars per month to help ln this work. The amount was a little over half enough to meet the monthly expenses, but hen other city appropriations were cut, this was also, so that now it only covers half of the expenses. la many Eastern cities, much smaller than Astoria, public libra ries have been either endowed by public spirited citizens with a sum of sufficient amount that the interest covers all cx expenses, or by the payment monthly of a certain amount to the same object, their name are forever held In kindly remem brance by the many who have profited by their generosity. Are there not those of Independent Income In our own city who will of their abundance contribute monthly a sum suffl'Hent to cover the amount actually necessary to pay the monthly expenses and leave the library board free to gather by entertainments and otherwise enough money to occasion ally add new books? Ten dollars a month from three different eonlrttxit.v or tlve dollars each from six. mould mot, with the aid now received from the city, .ill actual monthly expenses. We can thin of no more worthy cause at present than i)iHllug to the liberality or philanthropy of the well-to-do among Astoria's cliUeii- The Kansas populists have furnished their opponent with a most effective 'camiHilirn document." Hefor the popi. list legislature adjourned, ch.irirc of cor ruption were made so explicitly lh:it It was constrained to apixUnt a conimlit v to Investigate. The i-ommltteo was much hainHrt-d hy at'.acks upon it. l.'ftal pow-'-s and ly the decision of the supreme court that It could not punish reoaleuriini wit nesses Nevertheless, the populists rvpjrt that they found sufficient eldn-e to show that "well-orjranixed loMies. with . distinct purpose of contrMllns l-ola-tlon. infested the legislative halls at the last pension, ami that their methods In volved -corruption and bribery of menilr of the legislature." They further decl.uc their belief that "the failure of the late legislature to pass certain laws demanded j1 ,no I"' WM ,UH w i' r .ences wielded by corporation an.l lobby. 1 it, amounting to outright purchase in some cases." This Indictment of a Kody which the populist controlled is drawn by a committee of that party, ami with such an exposure of the corruption that thrives under Its rule it will 1 hard to ln0uc tm? pplf to lry a(n,in. Last week" report from tne WMth.-r bureau shows generally favorable condi tions throughout the land. The untimely cold of the previous week has altogether disappeared, ami with the change to hlph- tr temperature has come a marked Im- I Provement In the corn crop, which na l ibeen generally backward. The condition of colton 9 ,1s,, better throughout the ieotton belt; winter wheat Is better every- !bere except on the Pacific const, and the spring wheat of the Northwest is nip ; j,iy recovering from the e.Te.-ts of the .' ,.,, ,,, t preceding low temperature. Altt-'iher, : whatever the condition of trade and man jufa-turing. we have no reason to f. el anxiety about the crops, j j Mr clov.u,nd-s aec-ptance from Prince on of an honorary degree, soiuetnlng he I i Persistently refused while he was pre.i- jdent. may simply indicate ttuu living in ,a university town ha Increased his appre- lcal career as entirely over, so that Us j former scruple on this point no longer 'obtain, ; HOUSEKEEPING. If a woman is in good health there is ' ro more healthful ninl,wmrnt th in jtoust.worfc (jranj. peakin?. th.-re is !n phenomenal crop. the yield being from ; to 9i bushels per acre. THE OBJECTION' NOT GOOD. There are people who have objections to advertising matter In the columns of a newspaper. The ground of objection is that they do not want to read ad vertisements. Now thi objection is not good, for oftentimes these advertise ments convey valuable Information. For Instance, how else would the trav eling public learn of the excellent din ing car service of the Wisconsin Cen tral line between St. Paul and Chicago, or the general comfort of traveling over this popular line. For particulars call on the nearest ticket agent or address J. C. Pond. G. P. A.. Milwaukee, Via.. or Geo. S. Batty, General Ag(.-nt, 216 Stark street, Portland, Or. Baby's Second Summer is the time that tries all the care cf the mother and all the skill of maternal management. Eaby comfort comes from fat ; fat fcabies have nothing to do but to sleep and grow. If your baby dees not seem to prosper, if he does not gain in weight, you must get more fat there. A few drops of each day will put on plump ness; fat outside, life inside, baby and mother both happy. Your taby can take and rel ish Scott's Emulsion as much ln summer as in any ether season. For ssU by all druggists at 50c and tua eautilul eye grow dull and dim A tae swilt years steal swar. Beautiful, willowy forms to slim lose fairness with every day- But she still I queen and hath charm, t spare Who wears youth' coronal beautiful htir. Preserve Your Hair and you preserve your youth. "A woman is as old oa she looks," Bays the world. No woman looks as old as she is if her h&ir has preserved its normal beauty. You can keep hair from falling out, restoring its normal color, or restore the normal color to gray or faded hair, by the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. FRESH SUPPLY OF VITALITY. To renew a waning stock may be gath ered from a source accessiblo to all. and never sought ln vain by any whose con stitution and vigor are not so much dilap idated as to be wholly past repairing. Evidence direct, convincing and ample. Indicates Hostetter's Stomach Hitters as a tonic of unexampled atflcacy wl perfect purity, and possessed of properties that constitute It an Invaluable remedy for dyspepsia, constipation, liver complaint, unlnary and uterine weakness, rheumatic complaints and malarial fever. Delicate females and Infirm old persons are In vigorated and solaced by It, and the pbvs lcal prostration which usually follows a severe Illness Is In a great degree rem edied, and convalescence accelarntcd through Its use. If occupies a leading position among medicinal staples. The cheap lawn wrappers are i perfect Joy to the stay-at-home wonnn. is th. y are dainty ard cool and can be wor.i w ith perfect propriety to the home break fist table. A. II. Patter, with E. C. Atkins & Co., Indianapolis. Ind., writes: "I have never oefore given a testimonial In my life. But I will say that for three years we have never been without Chamberlain's Colic and Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy ln the house, and my wife woulJ as soon think of belns without Hour us a bottle of this Remedy In the summer season. We have used It with all three of our children and It has never faded to cure not simply stop pain, but cure absolutely. It is all rlsht, and anyone ho tries It will fnd It so." For sal by Estes-Conn Drug Co. Those who are debarred from set ! wih- ln try to make It up In Turkt-h iMutl. rr and Imagine that the plunKe In the pool is equal to the pluKe In the tirf. There's no use ln talking," says W. H. Broadwell, druggist. La Cygne, Kas., "Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- rhce Remedy does the work. After taklnr medicines of my own preparation .rd those of others, I took a dose of Cham berlain's and It helped me: a second dose cured me. Candidly and oonsrjen tlously I can recommend It as the hes thing on the market. The 25 and W cent sizes for sale hy Estes-Conn Drug Co. The 'rerman agricultuntl pap-rs .iy that the imports of American ap;K into r;er many last year were 2n times as large as in any previous season. Economy Is something that everyody rles to practice, and yet Just a little oversight will sometimes rob the most frugal and thrifty family of a year's sav ings. You want to do as J. P. Hick' mann, of Monticello, Ga., did. He writes For six years I have kept Simmons Liver Regulator In my house, and used t in my family, and have had no need for a doctor. I have five as healthy children as you can find." Mussia nas ,,vr.'.M nni. They average a yearly output of ii,','fi esrgs, and x-at the French ind German layers by about ','j(w,'J. The secret of a speedy cure In sickness lies In selecting the proper remedy and this is difficult to do unless one is sure what the ailment Is. But one thing Is ure, had the liver been actively at work sickness could not have come. It Is then always safe to take Simmons Iylver Regu lator which keeps the liver well regulated and all poison expelled from th; syst.-m. A boy who recently died at the age of 13, in Indiana, from exenslve smoking, had consumed In the past live years Sft.Wrt "Igaretles. w. a. jonnson, Newark, o., says, "One Minute Cugh Cure saved my only child from dying by croup." It has aved thousands of others suffering from croup, pneumonia, bronchitis and other serious throat and lung troubles, Charles Rogers. To precipitate a veritable row In a hith erto peaceful company announce that the wheel you ride Is the best In the market. Sick headache can be quickly and com pletely overcome by using tho?e famous little pills knovn as "DeWitt's Little Early Risers." Charles Itogi-rs. Great days for the shirt waNt -Irl. Use Webfoot Corn Cure. No cure no pay. For sale at Estes-Conn Vruz Store. MARINE NEWS. ! HI "II WATRK. ' lUl'K. j A.M. i l. M. j It. m ft ill. m ft": Tilendiiy,', it' 1 :m i, i , W edlld'y . 0 A : : I ,V f o Thurodnv 1 u vt : ti j J, ; r'rtdav..'.' S- ISJ-TT , a M Hatunlny .1 il Is T ' V i' ; ii LOW WATKM. a". i P. M h tu n. fii in ttr ii T '.ii : ,vi u j ; M 41 t t IK i si T 41 III Ik .1 1, 8 M I s fiiiumy,, 4 siy,; i r? in ! t Monday,. 5AWitrt 4 4" 7 s jlilti: I III ivi I n VKS.XKLS ON TIIK W Y TO VIIK I Hld MltU KIVKH riUM si.rinn. Vessel. tieorii)' Sctsiin, Am li antu ssr. T-''uiiilriu, Ur sh , V KiiplirvM lie. Hi li IVIu tlvn'-. Hr bk I.iiilllhiivh.ire. Hr ll c A ii Dirt'. Amies ex, ltr til liNl.K"Vl. li.nlhs. ltr sh I simtitl .eiuulie, irlr Tons Kate l'J ...i:u'..is.:i... - . low.. bui . I.M l.m . Inui . ln.' IJU lu'.U... u: i ai ... ..IV'I llV vl .. it ..l:d.' . trt'Al .. l- ll'Al... livesi'.'oi. I'deidee. Hrbk ...,. It iu'vl ..IHi lll,vthsvd, Hr sli !': UHl .. s4 MIM'Astl i. A 'rter, Hr h r:t hv vt . liunhtition. Hr tK I CI l' U . ; .tiidn-la, Hr sli,,.. . ion nul .. 4.' MIAN'.II l. K.:us.re. tr .its Irt'sl... - HeiiMii Koek. Hrsli I.'.s .lulu . VI lio-t i K Cbelmll. bM ' - ... vN imi. Nulthnesl. but.. I'V . In1 Ktlx'NIM. J. B. Leeds, .oh .'!... ... .- s pk i ami: i A. Oakland. h ll . ... 14 j The steamer Kdllh 1 un lerwolni; icp ur and her run has Iten taken by liie Sice trie. The United States monitors .llonier. j ind .MvuiadiuKk. arrived In ttundtiy night and left up-river at 10 o'clock ycst.'rdiy mornlivg for IVrtlantl. The steamer Telephone arrived tewn last night In pliue of the ltall. y linserl The Telephone has been Ihoroutlilv te- paltvd and newly tlttel for the iii.n.er run. The Ilritlsh ship Hen l.ee irrl vd in Sunday from I.lvriHH)l, after a fd.us voyage. Caitaln ilorrlson said that h had UiUHng winds all the w.iy. Tnei" were no Incidents worthy of m-nti n. This Is the Hrst voyage Of the shin. v:ih'h wns rveently built on the Clyde She tirlncs u v.irso of y,'' cases of tor Astoria, besides a lante uuantllv l.;r ron for C. II. lo.ld A Co.. Portland. YESTEIIDAY'S WEATHER. Maximum temperature. y d n Minimum l miK-niture, kj d. u Precipitation, none. rrveipltiitiDti from S.-pti-mlK-r 1. K'. to date. s!l.". Inches. Excess of precipitation from Septenitwr . K!, to dale, IT.7 inches. TODAY'S WEATHER. Cloudy and cool weather. .NOTICE TO MARINERS. Strait of Juan da Kuca, Washington. Notice is hereby given that the Tolnt WiUon buoy No. 6, a red first-class nun, has rone adrift from Its position off the foul ground off Folnt Wilson. Also that the Partridge bank buoy No. 1, a black tlrst-class can, has gone adrift from Its position on the southeast side of thick kelp on Partridge hank near the fourteen Foot rock. These buoys will be replaced as soon as practicable. This notice affects the list of Uacons and buoys, Pacific coast, IsM, page HI. Uy order of the lighthouse Wrd. JNO. I. MKKKKLI., Commander, t. S. Navy; Inspector 13th Ughthouse District. Office of Inspector 13th Lighthouse Dis trict, Portland, Or., June Zl. 1W7. Sir. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the Burton House, Burton, V. V and one of the most widely known men In the state, was cured of rheumatism after three years of suffering. He says: "1 have not sufficient command of language, to convey any Idea of what 1 suffered, my physicians told me that nothing could ' be done for me and my friends were fully j convinced that nothing but death would relieve me of my suffering. In June, l-M. 1 Mr. Evens, thtn salesman for the Wheel-! Ing Drug Co., recommended Chamber-: Iain's Pain Balm. At this time my foot and limb were swollen to more thani double their normal size nnd It seemed to me my leg would burst, but soon after I began using the Pain Balm the swell-1 Ing began to decrease, the pain to leave, j and now I consider that I am entirely . cured. For s.-.le by Estes-Conn Iirug Co. 1 The tin de slecle young man makes his evening calls In bicycle atll.--. Don't thin your blood with sassafras or poison It with blue-mass; but aid Nature by using DeWitt's Little Early PJsers, the famous little pills fur con stipation, biliousness and stoma-jh and liver troubles. They are purely veget able. Charles Rogers. Tne posttil card In the refuse 0' the lazy anl the hux r-fronoml al. Xot many busings hous- In th'-" I.'nl'- A Stat-s can boant of fifty yearn' Htan.l InK. Tho buHlncus of Dr. J. C. Ayir Co., Lowell, Mush., whose Incomparabb Harwtparllla Is known nnd uh;i! every where, has passed ltn half-centennial and was never so vigorous as at present. Warrenton Is Columbia Harbor Land Co. CORNER... BOND and ELEVENTH STS. Man" on application. AM'tfctaMo lTcpdrdtton Tor As slmtunim; Utc IWVi Anitllotfula lliig Ittf Slonuahs ami IVmcls of IVomolcs Diiioslion.Chwrful new mul IVstContdiiis ucUIrr Oinuim.Morjihino nor Mineral. Not N au c otic. itlx Smnm Jwmr IWsstJVrV -ftnM luya' . Iifffejitu. "sr Apcrfifl Ronu'tlv forConstiM- lion. Sour StDnwich.nunrlkva. Woniis.Convulsions rovvrish ucss aiwl Loss of StEEi. lac Simile Sitjimlur "f nkw Souk. l 1 tXACT COPY" Of WRAPPER. il 1 tV Hustler's Astoria Twentieth St. and McICee Ave. Good Reason Why Lots ...Are Selling... ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO. 48a Bond Street. 1 HERCULES SELF STARTING ! Htartln.-Juj ll.nie IVwer Marine Kimlne ri'K FAHTICl Herctiles Gas 4A ftANHOMK NT., fo. R. L. Boyle & Co. Real Estate, Loans B2.1 Commercial MAMunnn RTfiRFn llinilUUUL lVL.UlWtli.Lr Thi. wun.lerlul remi giniraalced to cure ell nervous diweiKS, uch Wrek Memory, I.m. ( Hisin Fowrr, Headache. WakelulueH, Lu.t Manhood, Mglilly Uiiii sioiim, NenrouaurM, all draiua, luaa of puwer lu tienerative Oiao. of either sex, eauKd by over-exertion, youthful mora, eirtulre use of tobacro, opium or atlmulanta, which Irad lo Infirmity, Consumption or Inwniiy. C.n be carried In et pocket. 1 00 per boe, 6 for K by mail prepaid. Circular Pres. Sold he all drujrarltta. Ak for It; Ukenoother. Manufactured by the Peau Medicine Co , Pan., Prance. I .ue Davis Viug Co., ili.trlbutiugsgeuU. Third sud Vsmblll BU., Portland, Ur. J. W. CONN. Ag.nl. Astoria. it. 9. the Best... .1 ii THE CENTER OF DEVELOPMENT ON THE WEST SIDE Everybody knows that Warrenton values will soon be doubled. It Is distinctly the best property on the market. Fine large level lots, surrounded by many Improvements, at very low prices. Is ii not a fine investment? SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF IS ON THE WRAPPER OF EVEEY BOTTUil OP Csttor! U put ip In ea-i!it Mllet ulv. It III lit sold U balk. Piik'l silo snTW to nil i jot tsjrlliicg cs tU fl r pnimls thai II Il Juit si goes!" sat atll mr ir.ry pur Ph. ' r tut Jos Jit U A - I U lt-i A. Tii hi- A - . w - STT4HM. Situntni oil tlit-Miiuh hidf of Astoria's liiHs. Twt'iitv (it'firws wuruu'r aii'l v irH at ion 3o days in atlvHii' f tlie North niilo. Mncniticont witt-s for ren- tKii--j. iv'riMikiii rivti ami lay, hiiiiiiv ami lul -tertul. Easy aiitl natural jjnuk's; little or no j;railing iieetleo OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Monmouth. Orctfon A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Ks' d r N'trmnl i'ofire of tlire ye.rs rnl"r 'r uliulir pruli-.iiMi.l. Training .lcir,iiirni ot uImf giudxs with .) clil,lrtui. lo.trui-iloii Mild train UK in it tic. Hrdl.ii ).- I'm , sit I X4- M'sl'i br ipitllic h''N Ui N.Tiiml dldfm I. rt'i'i.u 1 d by iaw a HTAI'K I.I K K 1'KHIirll AIK I.. t- li. i.ijld 'Xi-u.. 1 11 II Ion . lik, Imi,ii,I mi'l lu liilnit (up. pr.linally', Sl-L'i.uo iwr mr. Miiili-ut. txiiirdlns lln'in.jv, ln 01 per fir A-,(di"i,i' gr ide rei.i,i.,i Iroin lilsli t'ltMj. t S i"KUe ibrrrfully Sent ull i,U tl .11. A'lun V. I. fAMI'HKI.1 . Hrmldenl, i.r W. A, WAN.V, Mvrrrtary Ksrulty. s ENGINES Using gasoline or cheap distillate oil. Engines connected direct with pro peller shaft, and no noisy, easily broken bevel gears used In reverse motion. New spark device; no Internal spring electrodes to burn out fcjend for testimonials. We are building these new s'yls, self tuning marine engines In ull sl-i up to 200 horse power. Every engine fully guaranteed. LAK ADDKENtl Engine Works HAN KKANCIBCO and Investments Hlreet, Asitor-in Br nslsig Dr. Penua iruow nere nun, Are You (Joins: East? Ha sur and that your ticks! rsada via T HE NORTH-WESTERN LINE. CHICAGO. ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS as 4 OMAHA HA 1 1, WAYS. This la ths ORE AT SHORT LINE OULUTII. ST. PAUL, CHICAGO Ami all Points Kant and South. Thslr Magnificent Track. Prsrlsas Vse tlbulsd I lnliig and Mlssplng Car Trains and Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIMH " Have given this ro1 a national reputa tion. All elaases'of psassnger retried an ths VMtlbuled (rains without astra chsrgw Hhlp your freight and travel over this famous line. All agents have llcksta W II. MEAD, r. C. BAVAOR, Clan. Agent Trav. r. and I. Agt. IU Washington si.. Portland, Ur. FOR. TILLAMOOK NEHALEM AND OTHER COAST POINTS STEAMERS R. P. Elmore W. H. Harrison Augusta.... t .. A Lla ...Open for Special Charter... telling dales to end Item TllUssaek see1 N.hsl.m eVpsaa' esoa the weeltwr. Per Freight sad l'.M.f Halts Apply Te ELMORE, SANBORN & CO. AOttNTM O. B. A N. CO., Af.nL. P0MU1U Going East? IP VOl) AH'., DO MIT t'OMOIST ThreelmportantPoints KIKST-no via the HI. Paul because the lines to that point afford you the very best service. 8EOONP Kee that the coutmn beyond Ht. Taut reads via the Wisconsin Cen tral because that lino makxa close con nections with all the trans-continental lines entering the Union Iiepot there, ad Its service Is first-class In every particular. T1IIKD For Information, call on your neighbor and friend the nearest ticket scent and ask for a ticket read ing via the Wesconsln Central lines, or address JAS. C. POND, General I'assenKir Akrnt. Milwaukee, Wis. Or OEO. B. IIATTT, Oeneral Agent Portland, Oregon. This Railway Company Operates IU trains on the famous block system; Lights Us trains by electricity through- out; Uses the celebrated electric berth read In lamp; Runs splendidly equipped passenger trains every day and night between St. Paul and Chicago; the Chicago, Hilwaukce & St. Paul Also operate, steam-heated vestibular trains, carrying the latest private compartment cars, library buffet smoking cars, and palace drawing room sleeper. Parlor cars, free reclining chair car and thi very beat dining car service, Tor lowest rates to any point In th. United Bute, or Canada, apply to ticket agent, or address C, J. EDDT. General Agent, Portland, Or. J. W. CASET, Trav. Pass. Agent ROYAL Baking Powder has been awarded highest honors at every world's fair where exhibited. OASTOniA. to tr CABTOniA. inn sn(r , . it Milwaukee vr;;aa,