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TUB DAILY ASTOUIAN, TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 24, 18!)6.
AYcficLiblc Preparation for As
.Imitating the food iiul Hctfuln
Uiig (I bkimmhs niul bowels oi
ncss And Ri'st.Contalns nclllrr
Ojmim.Morvhiiic mr Mineral.
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ApcfftYl Rcini-dy forfonsllpa-
iiun, suur auiiiuui.wimiiaita
ncss mid Loss or Sleep.
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GREAT SHORT LINK
And nil Points Kant and
Thalr Maitninoant Track. Prarlaaa Va.
tltiulwl Dining and Bleeping Car
Tratna and Motto:
"ALWAYS ON TIME "
I lava given tma road national reputa
tion. All olaaaea of paaanntrora corrlad
vn the veatlbuld trulna without tra
ohaiua. Bhlp your freight and traval
vr Uila fanioua Una. All aganta hava
W.MKAD. F. 0. BAViOB.
Q.n. Aitont. Trav. F. and P. Agt
Ml Waahlngton at, Portland. Or.
THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT
A naaaenger train on tha Chloago, Mil
waukee and Bt Paul Railway. No. Its
tarlna are veatlbuled, heater by steam,
and lighted by aleotrlclty. Eaoh sleep
car berth haa an eleotrlo rdln """J
Its dining oars are the beat In the world,
and Its ooaohes are palaces on wheels.
This great railway, connecting as It
does with all transcontinental lines at Bt
Paul and Omaha, assures to the taryellng
public the beat service known. Ticketa
via the Chloago, Milwaukee and St Paul
Hallway are on sale at all railroad ticket
m th United Blntea
or Canada. For mapa, folders and other
C J. EDDY, General Agent,
J W. CARET, Portland. Or.
Trav. Pass and Tkt. Agent,
Parties desiring the best of Job printing
at ths lowest prices should call at ths
Astoria Job offloa before going slse-Where,
IS ON THE
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Rooms 1 and 1. Pythian Building,
ovarr C. H. Cooper's atore.
DR O. B. EBTK8,
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGB0N.
Special attention to dlaeasea ot wore
Omoa over Danilgar a a tor. Astoria.
Telephone No. U.
JAT TOTTLB. II. D
PHT81CIAN, BUROEON AND
Offloe, roomt f and t, Pythian Building.
Houra. 10 to II and I to I Realdeooe,
IS Cedar street.
JOHN T. LIOHTER,
OITIce, upatalra, Aatorlan Building.
II. T. CHOSDT,
481 Commercial street.
I. Q. A. ROWLBT,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Office on Bond street. Astoria, Or.
J. N. Dolph. Richard Nlion.
Cheater V. Dolph.
DOLPH. NIXON A DOLPH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Port In nil, Orvson. 14. 15. Kl and II.
Iliimlllon nullillng. All legal and col
li'i'tlon liunln'ra promptly attendfd to.
Clnlma against the government a sne
.lalty. BOCIETT MEETINQ8.
TEMPLE LODOK NO. 7, A. F. and
A. M. Regular communications held on
the first and third Tuesday evening of
O. W. LOUN8DKRRT, W. U.
E. C. HOLD EN, Secretary.
W. C. CASS ELL,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE),
Sit Bond Street.
W A 5PECIALTYcK?S?
I I Itlary HUM)!) I'WISON poriuanently
3 I IJcurodlnl6ti86ilaya. VoiicnnbetroatertM
,rrt to pny rallronil t nreanrt hotel blll..and
Dorhara. If we fn tocuie. urnii m r
SurV. Ii.illrte ptuh. and aim bae arhea and
Salna. M uovua Vat cliee In mouth. More Throat,
Vliiiplea, :ppr :.lrel i Mpts, Hirers on
in" i,rlo,ftl..x,dT,ll..lror Kv.; .rWj railing
iut. It la tins BeoouUury Ill.OOl) I'OlstJN
So guarantee tooure. Woaohrltthonw.tolistl.
ute caaea and ehatleiiKe the world for a
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. a iflOO,000 onpltal twhlnd oiir unn.ndV
Tirujir. A lisolut e proofs writ si'slen en
itnple, 4iU14JAU4, ILL.
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The H'M khumt waa towed up the riv
Th straim-r Klinore aalli-d Htimluy
Th llrlilhouae ti-mlcr Columbine
sails this morning for Gray's Harbor.
The tnainir Harrison sallvd yeator-
'Iny for Heattle, whers she will UmvI
Tha steamer Augusta leaves out to
lay for rVattlii, where she will take
m a'l-arKo of coal.
The llrltlxh ship I'viithrsllea sailed ys-
Irt1ay for the 1'nlted Kingdom with
7H,3:'U huahi'ls of whi-at valued at $a.2:f.
The British hark U.rd Klgln, 1479 tons.
ciiihi HerlMTt, arrived yentrduy
from Vulparulso, with 700 tuna of sand
bailout. Kite will load wlu-at.
The four-maNtml schooner farrier
love, 3r( tons, Cnptaln Llndvall, Is rr-
lorted In the oftlng. Hhe haa a t-argo
of sulphur from Hakodate, Japan, and
Hill rome In today.
The British srlp luchcapo Rock, Cap
tain Wllwm. arrled down the river
yestrrday and sailed fir Qu-viutown or
Falmouth. Hhe curried bushels of
wlu-at, valued at JM.toO.
The British bark Kumsltt, Captain
Hughes, arrival down the river and
di'ored yraterday for the I'nllwl King
dom, with 103, bushels of wheat, val
ui'd at (He.OiKl. Hhe will probably sail
The British ship Han kwlaje, 1723 tns,
Captain Htwle, arrived yesterday from
Sydney with IU) tons of ballast. The
llawkwlale waa npurU?d as having ar
rived several days ago, but she was
forced to remain outside because of the
The British bark Rockhurst. 1331
Ions, Captain Roach, arrived Sunday
from Lota, Chile, with WO tuna of bal
laat. Iter paaaage waa uneventful ex
cept for sighting a schooner of about
100 tons bottom side up about thirty
mllua off the liver. The name of the
Ill-fated little vessel Is a mystery.
Seventy dollars bought the wreck nf
the four-masted American schooner
Puritan at the auction sale conducted
In Mr. George Byrnes' rooms yesterday
morning. There were only four bids,
and the stranded craft waa finally
knocked down to Mr. J. McHardy. the
well-known diver. In less than three
hours after the purchase Mr. McHardy
had sold out two-thirds of his Interest,
and expected to meet a buyer for the
remaining third before the day was
over. He Intends, nevertheless, visit
ing the wreck and obtaining all that
is of any value belonging to It. Col
The gunboat Alert salted at about
noon Wednosday for Honolulu. 8he
steamed slowly down the bay. dipping
her flag as she passed the Philadelphia.
She was soon heading for the bank of
fog that hung over the ocean. When
she reached the entrance to the bay
she stopped and a moment later signal
flags were flying In her rigging an
nouncing that her machinery had bro
ken down. The tug Vigilant, coming
In from the sea, steamed up to her
and offered aaalstance. For an hour
the gunboat lay hoi pirns In the rollers.
Thon her propeller began to turn again,
live signals were hauled down, and the
war vessel steamed slowly away to the
southward. Sun Frajiclsco examiner.
Her present visit to British Columbia
is anything but pleasant for the British
ship Andora, now In the Royal Roads
awaiting orders, says the Victoria Col-
onlBt. She arrived from Talcohuano.
Chill, on Sunday last, and to add to
the trouble on board occasioned by
the 111 news of the captuln and mate,
a mutinous spirit has prevailed among
the crew for several days past. Captain
Pasmire, the skipper, and his mate
are both In the hospital, and the vessel
Is In charge of the second olllcer. What
the exact nature of the mutiny Is, or
how grave the situation, is not known
by many ashore, but It Is stated au
thoritatively that some four or half
dusen sailors are In Irons and have been
for the past day or two, as a result of
having refused duty and having made
an endeavor to desert.
The schooner Sophia Sutherland ar
rived at San Francisco from Kodlak
Wednesday morning, and lashed on her
quarterdeck was a rough box contain
ing the body of one of her passengers,
T. M. Mllruy, who died four days ago
at sea, Mllroy was one of the party
of young men of San Francisco and
Oakland who left early In the spring
on a sailing vessel to make his fortune
In the gold fields ot Alaska. He had
considerable money when he left here,
but had barely sufficient to pay his
passage back on the schooner, and
whon he walked aboard In the Alaskan
port his only wish was that he would
live until he reached friends. On ar
riving at Cook's Inlet the party of
which Mllroy was one set up a camp
at the diggings there, but they found
little gold. The young men became
disgusted and some of them left for
home. Mllroy pushed his way farther
north In hopes of success. There he
11 you wnt a sure relief lo: pains m tha back, tide, chest, or
..ii.oa, use an
BKAK IN MlNU Not one nf tha hast si emtnterfelta and Imlta.
lions is at good at the genuine.
because of a run-down
condition of the sys
tem, and is not affect
ed by ordinary cough
medicines, will yield
because it gives
strength to the, weak
ened body and enables
it to throw off disease.
caught a severe cold, consumption de
veloped, and with what money he had
left ho sought shelter at Surprise City
until tin could secure psaaage back to
California to die at home. The coroner
removed the body to the morgue.
ROYAL isaKtng Powder.
Highest ot Mil la leavening
Strength -U. . Oavaroawnt R sport
AN t'NDKKTAKKIt'H DILKMMA.
Favor That He Dared Aak Only of an
"You are, sir, a stranger In the town,
I believe," said the melancholy man In
IjIbj k, addressing the drummer.
"I want you. sir, to do me a great
"Really. I haven't a cent. I expect
a check at the next town, and have
barely enough money to reach It."
"Oh, no; It isn't that. I want you
to do something for me that I wouldn't
dare to ask anyone here to do, and
will not trouble you very much."
"Let's hear It."
"You se, sir, a friend of mine,
Charles Yonke, Is very III. He Is a very
dear friend of mftie and I want to know
how he Is. Will you have the kindness
to Inquire at his house. No. 1173 Main
street, and find out without mentioning
"Why don't you go yourself?"
"I am on undertaker. Now, don't
laugh. I am really a very great friend
of Charley's, but If I should ask my
self my motives would be questioned,
and It would be the same If I were to
ask any friend of mine to do the thing
for me. As I am fond of Charley, I
dare not ask myself. My profession
KIPLING'S RARE GIFT OF OBSER
VATION. An Intimate friend of Kipling's, with
whom he waa for some time associated
In editing a paper In India, recently
remarked: "While possessing a mar
velous faculty for assimilating local
color without apparent effort. Kipling
neglected no chance and spared no la
bor In acquiring experience that might
serve a literary purpose." One who has
been permitted to read In advance Kip
ling's new serial story, "Captains Cour
ageous," which begins publication In
the current number of MoClure's Mag-
axlne, finds this habit of Kipling's es
pecially manifest In that story. Dealing
with a phase of life far apart from
the ordinary that of the Gloucester
fishermen on the Grand Banks the
story reads as If some actual fisherman,
suddenly lifted out of his life-long con
dition and endowed with the gift of lit
erary perspective and expression, was
looking back on It and writing out of
his own experience. The brevity, the
directness, the perfect case and natural
ness with which the doily round of
labor and adventure Is set forth, show
that Kipling must himself have been
through It all, and, by his "marvelous
faculty for assimilating local color,"
made It. as It were, bone of his bone
and flesh of his flesh.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Willamette River, Channel to Portland,
Notice Is hereby given that the Coon
Island, three-pile Post-Light Beacon,
was by the present freshet carried
away from Its position off Coon Island,
entrance to the Willamette River, and
will be replaced as early as practicable.
This notice affects the Lists of Lights
and Fog Signals, Paclllc Coast. 1SV6,
Fare 24. No. 1079, also the List of eBo
cons and Buoys, Pacific Coast, 1896,
By order of the Lighthouse Board.
J NO. P. MERRILL,
Commander U. S. Navy.
Inspector 13th L. H. District.
Office of U. S. Lighthouse Inspector,
Portland, Oregon, 18 November, 1896.
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the Enropean powers, like the people
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The Puget Sound country Is the place
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