Montana, Oregon and Washington. Tlie Northern Pacifie Railroad pa-injr through Minnesota, Dakota, Montana, Idaho, üregon, and Washington was the Örst line to bring the reglón occupieil by these status into communication with the east. lts inain liiie and brano'.ies penétrate all sections of these stiltes, reaching nine-tenths of the chlef ci'ies. It is the short line to Helena añil Buttc, Mout , Spokane Falls, Tacoma and Seattlc, Wash., nnd Portland, Ure., and the only line running through train service trom the east throujrh the States of Montiuih and Washington. Pullman Sleepers and furnisbed Tourlsts Sleeping cars are run vla the Wisconsin Central and Northern Pacific, and Pullman Palace Sleept ng Cara via Chicago through to the Pacilic Coast without change. Thli is the Dining Car and Yellowslone Park route. The large travel on the Northern Picilic line necefsltiited the inauguratlou in June 1890, of a seeond through train to the Pacifio coiist thus enablinj; this roatl ti offer the public the advantane of two through trains dally to Montana and polntsin the Pacific Northwest, canying complete service of slcepin cari, dining cars and refrular day coaches. The train leaving St. Paul in the morning runs via the reeen tly completed Air Line of the Northern Pacilic through Uutte, Mont.. makinfr this the shortest line to the littter polnt li.v 120 miles. Colonists tor Washington, Orpgon nnd BHtUh Columbla point3 shouhl take no other line than the Northern Pacific, as by this line only, can all portions of thi state of Washington be seen. Stop-over are allowed on seeond class tickets a Spokune Falls and all points west, en ablinji scttlers to inspect the cotmtn witliout extra expense. For Mnp.a, Time Tables and Illustratec Para ph Iets, or my spjcinl information deiri d, addre89 your nearest ticket agent or Chas. S Fke, Gen'l Pass. and Ticke Agent, St. Paul, Minn.