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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER H, 1096.
two ounce bag, and
coupons inside each
ounce bag of BlackwcH's
Durham. Buy a bag of
this celebrated tobacco
and read tbor coupon
which gives a list of val
uable presents and how
to get them.
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GREAT SHORT LINE
And all Points Eurit and
Their MiMrnlflcent Track. Teerleaa Vea
tlhuled Dining and Sleeping Car
3'rulna and Mono:
"ALWAYS ON TIME "
Have given tnig road a national reputa
tion. All claNMS of piisaeiuters carried
on the vealibuled trains without xtra
charge. Hhlp your freight and travel
over this famous Una. All agents bavs
W. II. MEAD, F. C. BAV-iOHS,
Qen. Agent Trav. F. and P. Agt
Hi Washington at. Portland, Or.
THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT
A passenger train on tha Chloago, Mil
waukee and St Paul Railway. No. Ita
tarlns are veatlbuled, heater by steam,
and lighted by eleotrlcity. Each sleep
car berth has an eleotrlo reading lamp.
Its dining cars are tha bent In the world,
and its ooachea are palaces on wheels.
This great railway, connecting as It
does with all transcontinental lines at St
Paul and Omaha, aasurea to the tarvellng
publlo tha beat service known. Tickets
via tha Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul
Rnllway are on sale at all railroad ticket
omens to any point In the United States
or Canada. For maps, folders and other
C. J. EDDT, General Agent,
J. W. CASEY, Portland, Or
Trav. Pass and Tkt Agent.
Parties desiring tha best of job printing
t tha lowest prices should oall at the
Astoria job offlna before going elsa-rhera.
Many thousand dollars
worth of valuable articles
suitable for Christmas
gifts for the young and
old, are to be given to
smokers of BlackwcH's
Genuine Durham To
bacco. You will find
one coupon inside cacu
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H. A. SMITH.
Rooms I and t, Pythian Building,
uverr C. II. Cooper's store.
DR. O. a E8TE8,
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
Special attention to diseases of woman
Office over Danalger'a store. Astoria.
Telephone No. U.
JAY TUTTLK, M. D
PHYSICIAN. SURORON AND
ORloa, roomr f and (, Pythian Building.
Hours, 10 to 11 and I to i Reatdeooe.
M Cedar street
JOHN T. LIGHTER,
Office, upatalra, Astorlan Building.
H. T. CHOBBY,
451 Commercial street
Q. A. BOWLBY,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Office on Bond street Astoria, Or.
J. N. Dolph. Richard Nixon.
Chester V. Dolph.
DOLPH, NIXON DOLPH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Portlnnd, Oregon, . M, M and 7,
Hamilton Dulliling. All legal and col
lection bualn-as promptly attended to.
Clnlms against the government a spe
cialty. SOCIETY MEETINGS,
TEMPLE LODGE NO. T, A. F. and
A. M, Regular communications held on
the first and third Tuesday evening of
G. W. LOUN8BERRY, W. M.
E. C. HOLDEN. Secretary.
W. C. CA88ELL,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,
Elf Bond Street
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out, 11 la this Secondary Itl.oOU TOlsoN
we guarantee to eure. WeeolicltthersnMohatl.
uate caaes and cnallenee the world for a
r.aae weeannotoure. Thli diaeaae hoa alwara
ballled the aklll of the moat eminent phyal
rbina, 000,000 oapital bahird our unmndk
Uoiial guaranty. Aheolutenroo fa ent Mealed oa
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for parity, and for Improvement of the nnm
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Flv vessels sailed during the week,
all hut on bound for th United Klng-
iloin, Hoverol tu ntlll In th harbor
and will gn to apa. ravrljr In tha wck.
Tliomft which (ailed and thajlr cargoes
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Th liao In tha prlra of whvot la no
tlcciililo in lh oargixta of tha Hen L
and J'lillullm h, tha latter still In port.
Tim lien Iee has over 2000 bunheta mora
than the I'oltaJloch, yet tha latter's
rurno la Valued at over 110,000 more.
Ili-alrl.a 18,713 buahels of wheat, the
I.lmlt-n oarrlin U.wr. Iiarmla of flour,
valued at $.",3,000, and U tuns of bran,
vnlued at tAOO.
Two veaawls aatli'd during tha week
with lumber the L'oloma for HonRkonsj
and the Iul for Melbourne, Their
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. Mil ,'U7
In addition to her lumhrr the Colum
carried 09 spurs, valued at Tha
Uiuis alao carried 11R.400 latha, valued
at IMJ SO. and 2200 pickets, valued at
The Kiutpptim Mills luve a. foreign
order fur 1.000,000 feet of lumber and
business la looking up considerably
since the election of McKlnley.
The total value of exports for the
Ait k ending laat night follows:
Value of rarco.
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t'olotita . . . .
The Eurasia leave down the river at
I thla morning. She Is grain laden.
The steamship Btate arrived yester
day from Ban Fr&nclsoo and left up the)
river for Portland.
The YaJlarol and U. W. Wolff left up
the river yesterday but stopped at
Tongue Point owing; to the heavy
The barometer registered 29.25 yester
day, having fallen from 29.80 fifteen
hours before. This Is considered very
low fr Astoria.
The British bark I'oltaJloch, Captain
McLrod. cleared yesterday for the Unit
ed Kingdom, with 140.e37.2Ji bushels of
wheat, valued at I11C.750.
Captain Reed of the steamer Arago,
wrecked on Coos Bay bar, waa exon
crated Wednesday afternoon by the In
spectors of hulls and boilers. San
The Inchcape Hock Is lying above
Tongue Point. While the steamer
Thompson waa tow Lug her down yes
terday heavy seas were encountered off
the Tongue. The Thompson's house
was smashed In and she waa compelled
to drop her tow. The at earner was con
The British bark Linden, Captain
Sharp, was the last grain laden vessel
to get away this week. She sailed for
Durban, South Africa, yesterday, with
18,113 bushels of wheat, valued at 115,
oou; Parrels of Hour, valued (U
153.000: 50 tons of hran, valued at !00
total value of cargo, $68,600.
The steamer Walla Walla Is under a
"Poll. Some say It Is for good and
some say It Is for evil. During a fierce
gale on the way down the coast a large
white owl, buffeted aa much by the
storm as was the ship, alighted on the
gaff of the foremast and blinked at the
drenched crew as they crouched behind
the bulwarks for shelter from the gale.
In spite of the storm a sailor climbed
aloft and caught the bird and Impris
oned It In a stateroom.
"That owl Is an omen of 111 luck and
dlnaster," said the most seasick of the
piuuMiKer8. "The owl In Its wisdom
chose the Walla Walla as the safest
place It could find to weather the
storm," snld the sailors.
The owl had ben blown off the land
by the gale .and It waa exhausted when
It reached the steamer.
The crew of the Walla Walla say the
storm commenced Just after Cape Flat
tery was passed. Off the Columbia
river It blew a hurlcane. At one time
the rain fell In torrents. The bcupimm-s
of the vessel were not large enough to
let the water pass off the decks as fast
as It fell, and for nearly half an hour
the decks were flooded. Off Cape Blan
co the Walla Walla and Costa Itlca
were forced to heave to. Both vessels
were rolling and pitching heavily In
the enormous wavea The steamer
Stats of California from Portland came
Into port a few hours after the Walla
ROYAL BaKtng Powder,
Highest of all la leavening
Strength U. S. Government Report
We Inherit nothing truly but what
our actions make us worthy of. Chap
man. TO Cl'RC A COLD IN ONI DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chaa.
Hats are growing more picturesque
as the winter creeps on apace.
NOTICK TO MAItlNEItB.
Willamette 1 liver, Channel to I'ortlamt,
Notlr-e Is hereby given that tlxr Coon
laland, thretvplle Potit-I.lght Il.iuim,
waa by the present freahet - carried
away from Its prmltbm off Coon laland,
entrance to the Willamette lilver, and
will le roplarrd as early as practicable,
This make affects the Mats of LlKhis
and Fog BlKimla, Taciric Count, ll.it,
Patte 24, No. Mm, also the Uat of elltv
roiia and Tluoys, I'a inc Coast, MM,
Ily order of the Mghthous Board.
JNO. P. MKRHILU
Commander U. 8. Navy,
Inaper.tor 13th L. It. District.
Office of U. 0. Llghthnuae Inapector,
Portland, Oregon, 18 November, MM.
Women never forget anniversaries,
the only trouble being that they want
to ?elebrate everything, from wedding
days to Fourth of July.
When life becomes pronalc It loses
much of Its charm.
DeWltt's fiarsaparllla Is prepared for
cleansing the blood. It builds up and
strengthens constitutions Impaired by
dlaeaae. Chaa. Itogers.
In Medieval Days
When people wanted anything they
knelt down and prayed for it How
ever, that was some time ago. Along
about 1409 a fellow named Guten
berg, who had "come de Rhine
over," was monkeying sround a
carpenter shop In Lents. He whit
tled some little blocks and actually
made an alphabet Then he rigged
a sort of well, a machine that
would, look something like our let
ter proas of today. He arranged
his blocks In order, put some Ink
on ti.em. alao a piece of paper, and
then screwed his press down. That
was called printing. Old Outenberg
made a howling success of the
racket and his head became so
swollen that be really snubbed the
king one dsy. The king overlooked
It however, for be had an idea
what kind of fellows printers would
ba. Well, finally tbey got the print'
Ing system down pat and, as tha
centuries rolled by, began printing
newspapers first person, invariably
singular number, any gender and
There are many newspapers aa a
matter of fact But It Is an utter
Impossibility to get a newspaper to
admit It The advertising patronage
of a newspaper depends largely
wea, wholly upon lu circulation.
A newspaper Is a great deal like
the human body: If Its circulation
la good. It prospers: otherwise,
otherwise. Soma papers publish
That la, a column, or a number of
columns, devoted to small advertlse
menta If a fellow wants anything
trouble, a wife, a house don't
make any difference what It Is he
can get It by means of a email ad.
Included tn the "want" column are
"For Sale." "For Kent" "Lost"
"Found," "Stolen" and "Miscel
laneous." Now, Just see what
chumps some people are! Why, a
man has been known to hunt over
a city this city for days looking
for a house tn which to live. Had
hs come to The Astorlan office and
asked for a want ad. he could have
gotten his house without the least
bit of trouble and for about 26 cents.
It Is Needless
To tell of The Astorlan's circula
tion. The paper has been estab
lished for a quarter of a century.
Why, old Concomly read the first
rumor of the building of a railroad
to his braves from It Circulation
la The Astorlan's long suit Conse
quently, when a fellow comes Into
The Astorlan office, looks pleasant
throws down 25 cents on. the coun
ter and says he wants a house, ha
Why, Just Think I
The Astorlan goes Into every house
In Astoria and a great majority ot
those tn the surrounding sections ot
Oregon and Washington. Hence, It
you Insert an ad. In The Astorlan,
It Is equivalent to engaging a man
to go around to all those houses and
telling the Inmates that you want
something or have something for
sale. Why, talk about a snap!
A Bit of Advice
When you want anything no mat
ter what It Is when you have any
thing for sale; when you lose. And
or steal anything, come around and
tell your trouble to The Astorlan.
Bring 26 cents with you, and, above
all things, look pleasant Tell the
clerk that you want a want ad. In
the want column, give him your 25
cents ana go away hnppy. As Her
man Wise would say, a want ad.
will restore the blind, the bald and
the bowlegged to manhood.
3 Lines 0C
ENGLISH CAPTTAX, FOR AMERICAN
Important to Americana seeking Eng
lish Capitlai for new enterprises. A Hot
containing the names and addresses) ot
160 auoceasfut pro root era who have placed
over UOO.000,000 Storting In Foreign In
vestments) within the last six years, and
over 18,000,000 for the seven montTis of
ISfrS. Prtoa, IS, or PS, pay ails by postal
order to the London and Universal Bu
reau of Investors, 20, Oheapslde, London,
E. C. Subscribers wll be entitled, by ar
rangement with the directors to recoixs
either personal or tottons of lntroductoiB
to any of these sue easeful promoters.
This not Is first daaa In every respect,
and every man or firm whose name ap
pears therein may be depended upon.
For placing the following It will ba
found InvaJuabte Bonds or Shares of In
dustrial), Commercial and Financial cor
cema. Mortgage loans. Sale) of Lands)
Patents or Mines.
SIR EDWARD C. ROSS,
HON. WALTER C. PEPYS.
CAPT. ARTHUR STIFFS.
j piaj.ns)aiaB..g rfr.aa,
As an advertising medium
th e Wekly Astorian is un
surpassed by any paper in 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 absolute'y reliable ;
hence its popularity. The
Weekly Astorian contains 56
columns of reading matter
every 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 and Pure Tropical
Pronounced by Physicians the
most Favorable in America
for sufferers from ...
Lung Diseases and
Many Remarkable Cures
The objection urged against Indlo la
tha past b tho large bum bars who
otherwise would nave been glad to take
advantage of lu beneficial climate, has
been a lack of suitable accommodation.
The Southern Pacific Company takes
pleasure In announcing that several
have just been erected at Indlo station
that will be ranted to applicants at rea
sonable rates. They are furnUhed with
modern convenisnoea, supplied with purs
artesian water, and so situated aa to gtv
occupants all th advantages to be la
rlved from a more or less proCractad
resldenoe In this delightful climate.
(From the San rranclaco Argonaut)
"In the heart of the great desert of th
Colorado which tha . Southern Pacta
favors titer Is an oasis called Indlo.
which, in our opinion, la the sanitarium
of the earth. Wt believe, from personal
Investigation, that for certain Individuals,
there Is no spot on this planet so favor
able." O. T. Stewart, M. D.. writes: -Tho
purity of the air, and th eternal sun
shine, fill on with wondr and delight.
. . . Nature has accomplished ao
much that there remains but little for
man to da As to its possibilities as a
health resort her Is tho most perfect
sunshine, with a temperature always
pleasant a perfectly dry soil, for rain la
an unknown factor; pur oxygen, den
atmosphere and pure water. What mors
can be desired? It la th place, ahor
all others, for long troubles, and a para
die for rheumatic. Considering th
number of sufferers wbo bare bens
cured. I hav no hesitancy In recom
mending this genial oasis aa th harea
of tn afflicted."
Is 6ia miles from
and 130 miles from
Fare from Los Angeles
For further Information Inquire f
any Southern Pacific Company agent,
E. P. ROGERS.
Asst Oen. Pas. Agt & P. Co.
J. B. KISKLAND,
Dlst Pasa Agt
Cor. First and Alder eta, Portland. Or
Agents Wanted $,.Ey$.20
And HOBART. Republican Candidates
for president and vice-president, ' by
Robt P. Porter, the noted journalist
present editor of the Cleveland World,
and lnltlmate friend of McKINLET for
twenty years. Absolutely the only au
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ed. For more than two years in prep
aration, and the only work that has
receiver the endorsement of Uaj. Mo
Ktnley and his most intimate friends.
No book equal to it as a seller. Every,
body wants the book published at
McKlnley's home. Porter's book sells
Our agents are clearing; from 110 to
320 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 20c (stamps taken) as an evidence
of good faith, which amount will be
refunded with agent's first order. If It
la only for one book, making OUTFIT
FREE. Books on time. Charges pre
paid, leaving profits clear. Act quick
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