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THE DALLY ASTOItlAN, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1!), 180.
AWtfrlnblr Preparation for As-
Uiig Itic 3 UiavuJu ami Dow
ncss mvl Ittal.ConUilns ncltlw
Onium.Morptiliic nor Mineral.
It ru i in H fish '
Iltui ii- m r
Awrfrcl Hrmrdy forCoiwIlM-
tion. Sour Sloniach.Ditirrttucd.
Worms jConvulsion.1 . Fcwn stv
ucsi ! Loss or Sleep.
Tc Simile Sitfimluf of
I"W ! my
EXACT COMrOf WRAPPM.
) I limn txC-.
Chaf nK ir fr biiptnet
Whf'!.1y?' bu lleT
I UJVK r.
Are You Gomjr East?
Be sur And am that your ticket
Ttla It th
ORE AT SHORT LINE
And all Points Ettat and
Thlr MiurnMcnt Traclc. Peerlex Vei
tlliulod Ilnlng and Bleeping Cat
Trains and Motto:
ALWAYS ON TIME "
Ilav flvon thl road a national reputa
tion. All clasaea of paaaenirera carried
on the veatlliuled train without eitra
chance. Ship your freight and travel
ver tlila famou line. All Agent hava
W. H. MHAD, F. C. 8ATAOB,
Gen. Agont Trar. P. and P. Agt.
148 WaalUngton at, Portland, Or.-
THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT
A paaaenger train on the Chicago, Mil
waukee and Bt. Paul Railway. No. It
tarln are veatlliuled, heater by (team,
and lighted by eleotrlelty. Each leep
rar berth ha an eleatiio reading lamp.
It dining car are the beat In the world,
and It coach ee are palace on wheel.
Thl great railway, connecting a It
doe with all transcontinental line at Bt
'Paul and Omaha, aaaure to the tarvellng
ptibllo the beat aervlce known. Ticket
via the Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul
Hallway are on aal at all railroad ticket
omce to any point In the United Biate
or Canada. For map, (older and other
C. i. EDDY. General Agent,
t. W. CABBY, Portland, Or
Trav. Paaa and Tkt Agent.
Fartlea deatrlng the beat of Job printing
at the lowest price ihould oall at th
Aatarla Job office before going alia
' - -t-t-t-t) r , . . . rr r-r-r - tr :
IS ON THE
Ctitotl li But ts li eee-tlie bottlN self. It
! lot ml J Is talk. Don't allow anen t Mil
701 UjrlhiBf (1m m the pUa or (tvBlM that II
li "Jut u fowl" til "will imwrf inn nr
pa." CM that Ja set U A-tt-T 9 K-I A.
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to Any olfr.
van iov m . ..V
U R Wf.il Sf Jr
II. A. BMITH, , ,
Hoom I and t, Pythian Building,
overr C. H. Cooper1 tor.
DK. a B. EST 8,
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
Special attention to dleae of woman
Offlo over DAmtger (tor. Astoria.
Telephone No. It
JAT TUTTLH, M. D,
PHYSICIAN. SUROKON AND
Offlo, room f and . Pythian Building.
Houra, 10 to 11 and I to I Realdeoo,
IM Cedar tret
JOHN T. LlOHTER,
Office, upatalra, Aitorlan building.
H. T. CROSBY,
Wt Commercial atraet
1. Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Offlo on Bond etreet, Aetorla, Or.
J. N. Dolph. Richard Nlion.
Cheater V. Dolph.
DOLPH, NIXON A DOLPH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portland, Orrgon, M. B, M and IT,
Hamilton Uullillng. All legal and col
lection bualn- prontitly attended to.
Claim agalnat the government a ape
Malty. SOCIETY MEETINGS.
TEMPLE LODGE NO. 7, A. F. and
A. M.-Regular communication held on
the first and third Tuoaday evening of
O. W. LOUNSBERRY, W. M.
R. C. HOLDKN, Secretary.
W. C. CAS8ELL,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,
616 Bond Street
Oin WrCiWilMUl I ondnrrorTdi
111 nrr l)L4OD l'UISON pormancntlf
l ured In !6to&6 dRvn. You onn b trvatr.l 4
j honiB for ume prloo undor iniutt ruiiritu
l j It ytiu yt vi it mm'iuo iioin v miiiuunw
tract txi nny nUlrroul furRnil hotel blll.Bnd
OOChaVW,lf w fall Uk uro. If jun hare taken iur
Cury, 1ihHi1i potimlit nd atlll h nrhea and
Pilna, MuouuBl'MtcIioa In mouth, Norfi Tli ritH
luipltta. Coppor Colorvtl Hpitta, IJlcora on
nr partof t)io Im1t. llulror Fyehrow fullln
akut. U Ihia Hecoudi.ry HLOOU I'OISOS
w (iarinte to cur. Wo solicit tbo roont obntt
u.Tto oh ho a and ciinlltjiic the world for a
niiao voenonntoure, Thli dl-M haa alwart
rmfilMlihAaklll of thenuHiteiiUaeutiiihTak-
elitna 500,000 otnttal behind our unroudi
Uonal fmarauty. Absolut proof m annt aoaled oo
raUOrBa t.r ir..iir,aB
for purity, and for Improvement of the ooni-
lexion nothlnpr equale Poohi Powhrk. i
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Irm nr. n, Kull
Tim ali-ainahlp Kldr li'ft up th river
The uti-mni-r Auguala alliid yeater-
luy fur TlllamiMik and Nnhalmn.
The bark Aureiiula arrived late Tues
day night. Hln. will load lumber.
The acluNinor I.iiul, Jumbi-r ladi-n for
MrllMiurne, will go to tomorro.
The HrlllMh ahlp I'olfua aalled yi.tr
duy fur I'lyinnuth with 125.0C buhel
if wheal, valued at ItiZ.tOO.
Tim tvndiir Mmnanlta aallel yi-ntrr-lay
fur Yaiilna anil Com bay, where
ahe will replace aeverul bu'iy.
The pilot whminer Han Juae arrived In
xirt yeatiTdny fur her month' real,
the JiMle taking her place outalile.
The lllillah ahlp Melannpe, which
tilled Tueartuy fur the I'nlted Kingdom,
carried MXjI bunhel of wheat, valued
The Columbine did mil leave out yes
terday, a wan expected, but will prob
ably will tiMluy. Hhe gM.to Deatruc
The ateamer llnrrlann arrived from
N'ehHletn ymlerday. Her cargo con-lali-d
principally of 17V0 case of aalm
m from the Ni-halcm Packing Co. for
M. J. Kinney.
Tlui Ilrltlxh ship IVnthellea, which
was driven ontii the aanda during the
recent atortn, la itlll aground. An at
tempt wa made to float her yeaterday,
but It was of no avail. The vessel'
cargo) will no doubt have to be lighter
ed. The British ship Yallsrol, 14M tons.
Captain Brown, arrived In port Tues
day night. 55 days from Valparalao.
Hhe has WO ton of sand and stone bal
laat. The Yallarol carries a crew of
twenty-seven men and brought two
passengers to Aatorla. Hh was sighted
off Tillamook Hock about a week ago,
but was blown to the north during the
NOTICE TO MARINEIIS.
Willamette itlver, Channel to Portland,
Notice la hereby given that the Swan
Inland Bar (lower), three-pile pout-light
braam, also the Swan Island bar tl'p
per) single-pile post light beacon, were
carried away by the present freshet,
and will be replaced as early as practi
cable. This notice affects the Lists of Lights
and Fog Hlgnala, Pacific Coast. lftv,
Page 24, No. 10S7 and 1081, also the
IJt of Beacons and Buoys, Paclflo
Const, 1K95, Page 60.
Ily order of the Lighthouse Board.
J NO. P. MKKKILL,
Commander U. 8. Navy,
Inspector 13th L. II. District.
Office of IT. 8. Lighthouse Inspector,
Portland, Oregon. 17 Nov., 1R96.
There are two reasonable things which
everybody should do: take good care
of one' health; and If lost, regain It
quickly, and to this everybody will
OKree. And there are a great multitude
of people who are agreed that for both
purposes Simmon Liver Regulator it
the best helper. "I am troubled with
torpid liver and nothing gives relief so
quick like Simmons Liver Regulator."
It. R. Btrange. Lake City Fla.
Lightning struck a football team as
It was about to play a match at Liver
pool recently, killing one man and bad
ly Injuring two others.
TO CI' KB A COLII IN ON AVI) A
Take laxative Promo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
fall to cure. 26c. For sale by Chas.
Business canot revive too quickly nor
spread Itself too fast. Winter Is coming
and there are lots of good worklngmen
out of employment.
Scaly eruptions on the head, chapped
hands and lips, cuts, bruises, scalds,
burns are quickly cured by DeWltt's
Witch Husel Salve. It Is at present
l hp orl IcU' most used for piles, and It
always cures them. Chns. Rogers.
It him been Judicially decided In Mis
souri that the courts muat recognize
a common law widower the same as
a common law widow.
Absolutely pure, perfectly harmless,
and Invariably reliable are the quail
tics of One Minute Cough Cure. It nev
er falls In colds, croup and lung trou
bles. Children like It because It Is
pleasant to take and It helps them.
The Intercuts of labor and capital
are the same, and the men who marched
together and voted together are now
reaping the beneJlts together.
Soothing, and not Irritating, strength
ening, and not weakening, small but
effective such are the qualities of De
Wltt's Little Early Risers, the famous
little pills. Chas. Rogers.
An Indian playing on the University
of Virginia football team Is another
evidence of advancing civilization.
I II you want a sine relief lot
l.tnbs, use an
II 1011 WATKH.
A. M. . I'. M,
ll.lll ft llh.lll fl
Bkah in Mino - Not one of the host flf counterfeits and imita
tions is as frooj t the genum. ,
persuaded, to try ome
tl ing you know nothing
about for a remedy that has
itood the test for twenty
of Cod-liver Oil never failt
to arrest wasting, both in
children and adults. There
are others," but they are
m. and $i.m at all druggist.
ENOL18H CAPITAL FOR AMERICAN
Important to Amertcan sseklng Brig
s' aft Capita! for Dw enterprise. A Mm
oontatnlng rh Barnes and addriaaul
XO successful promotsrs who bare placed
over IlOO.Ono.OOU Starting In Foreign In
vestments wlttitn ths last U years, and
over IU.OOO.soO for Lb seven Booths of
1W6. Prtoe, 5. or tit. payabls by postal
order to the London and Universal Bu
reau of Investor, M, Cbeapstde, London,
E. C. Subscrttien wll b entitled, by ar
rangemsot with Cha director to rcotv
either persons: or letter of Introductola
to any of thas suocaasful prwnotsr.
This 1M I first flCss In erery respect,
and every tnan or firm whose nam ap
pears Uisreln may be depended upon.
For placing ths following It will be
found Invaluable - Bond or Share of In
dustrial, Commercial and Financial oon
osrna, Mortgaga loans. Sals of Lands
Patents or Mines.
SIR EDWARD C. ROSS,
HON. WALTER C. PEPY1,
CAPT. ARTHUR STIFFS.
Agents Wanted 'W.20
And HOBART, Republican Candidate
for president and vice-prealdent, by
IlobL P. Porter, the noted Journalist
present editor of the Cleveland World,
and Inltlmat friend of McKINLEY for
twenty years. Absolutely the only au
thentic LIFE OF McKINLEY publish
ed. For more than two yean In prep
aration, and the only work that has
receiver the endorsement of MaJ. Mc-
Klnley and but most Intimate friends.
No book equal to It as a seller. Every'
body wants the book published at
McKlnley'a home. Porter's book sells
Our agents are clearing from HO to
120 a day. Chance for thousands of
others to do as welL This Is the oppor
tunity of your life. The highest com.
mission paid. ORDER OUTFIT NOW,
Send 20o (stamps taken) as an evidence
of good faith, which amount will be
refunded with agent's first order. If It
Is only for one book, making OUTFIT
FREE. Books on time. Charges pre
paid, leaving profits clear. Act quick
or while you are waiting others will cut
THE N. O. HAMILTON PUB. CO..
1S58 Arcade, Cleveland, O.
TELL IT OUT.
Don't sit down and wait for trade,
'Taint the way,
Get a hustle, make her show.
Push your business make her go.
Don't sit down und watt for trade.
Taint the way,
'Taint the way,
If you've got something to sell.
Tell It about.
Let your neighbors see you're "fly,"
Get up "bargains," don't say die.
If you've anything to sell.
Tell It out.
Tell It out.
Folks don't know you If you don't
Keep things niovin' every day.
Talk about it; that's the way.
Folks won't know you If you don't
The gold-standard free-traders who
are asserting that the victory was not
for protection afford another illustra
tion of how easily some men can fool
ROYAL tsaictng Powder.
Highest of all in leavening
Strength -V. S. Government Report
From the present outlook for the
mining Industry it would seem that the
days of old, the days of gold, are about
to return again.
It will not be charity but business
that will provide for the poor this win
ter, and work and wages will be bet
ter than free boupv1.
It Is a fixed and immutable law that
to have good sound healttj, one must
have pure, rich and abundant blood.
There Is no shorter nor Burer route
than by a course of DeWltt's Sarsapa
rllla. Chas. Rogers.
Winter has already become a frozen
fact In some parts of the East In splffr
of the almanac, and the people are get
ting out their skates.
pains in the back, side, chest, or
I Established 1873
As an advertising medium
the VVetkly Astorian is un
surpassed by any paper n the
State outside of Portland.
Thirty-three hundred copies
are mailed each week to every
home in the territory, both in
Oregon and Washington, trib
utary to the City of Astoria.
should call to their aid the
columns of the Weekly As
torian. There are several
reasons why the Weekly As
torian's circulation is so large.
One is that its columns con
tain more reading matter than
any other paper in Oregon
excepting a Portland publica
tion. The News
foreign, interstate and local,
is published in its columns.
It is absolutely reliable ;
hence its popularity. The
Weekly Astorian contains 56
columns of reading matter
ever)' week. Just think! All
" the news of the world for $2 a
year. If you are not a sub
scriber to this great paper you
should send in your name at
Dry anJ Pure Tropical
Pronounced by Physicians the
most Favorable in America
for 'sufferers from . . .
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
The objection urged against Indio la
the past by the large bumber who
otnarwls would bars been glad to tak
advantage of it benoflcial climate, has
been a lack of suitable accommodation.
The Southern Paclflo Company take)
pleasure la announcing that several
bar just been erected at Indio elation,
that will be ranted to applicant at rea
sonable rates. They are furnished with
modern oonvenlenoes, supplied with pur
artesian water and so situated as to grr
occupants all the advantages to be do
lived from a more or lass protracted
residence In this delightful ollniat.
(From ths San Franciso Argonaut)
"In thf heart of the great desert of the '
Colorado which the Southern Paclflo
travorms therj I an oasl called India,
which. In our opinion, I the sanitarium
of the earth. W believe, from personal
investigation, that for certain Individuals,
there Is no spot on this planet so favor-
O. T. Stewart. M. D., writes: "The
purity of th air, and the ternal sun
shine. All on with wondr and delight.
. . . Nature has accomplished so
much that there remain but little for
man to do. As to Us possibilities as a
health resort her la tb moat perfect
sunshine, with a temperature always
pleasant, a perfectly dry sou, for rain la
an unknown factor; pur oxygen, dena
atmosphere and pur water. What mora
can be desired T It Is the place, abov
all other, for lung troubles, and a para
diss for rheumatic. Considering the
number of sufferers who have bees
cured. I hava no hesitancy la reeoss
m end lng this genial oasis as the ha van
of th afflicted." .
Is 612 miles from
and 130 miles from
Fare from Los Angeles
For further Information Inquire et
any Southern Paclflo Company agent,
E. P. ROGERS,
Asst. Gen. Pas. Agt. 8. P. Co.
J. B. KIRKLAND,
DlaL Pass. Agt.
Cor. First and Alder ata. Portland. Or
For Famllv or
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May twist htm a twist.
For In twli-tnar a twist
Three twists maks a twist:
But If one of th twists
Untwists fror th twist.
The twist untwisting
Untwists the twist
That Is, when It's twisted with
other twine than MARSHALL'S. .