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THE MILY ASTOJUAN, ASTOJOA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBEK 1, 181)5.
for Infants and Children. MOTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric, I V I Batcman'i Drops, Godfrey' Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrup, aud most remcdie for children are composed of opium or morphine 7 Vow KnoTr that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons? Io Yon Know that In moat countries druggist are not permitted to sen narcotics Without labeling them poisons? - , Po Yog Know that you should not permit anymedldne to be given your child unless you or your physician know of what it 1 composed ? o Yon Know that Castoria Is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of It ingredient i published with every bottle? , Po Yon Know that Castoria is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher. That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now sold than of all other remedies for children combined? Po Yon Know that the Patent Office Department of the United States, and of other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word " Castoria " and its formula, and that to imitate them is a state prison offense? Po Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely harmless!? Po Yon Know that &$ arcrage doses of Castoria are furnished for 33 cents, or one cent a dose? " Po Von Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may be kept well, and that yoi nfay have unbroken rest ? Well, tliene thtngg are worth knowing. They are facts. The fac-wlmlle Blgrnatqre of Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. Notice Ib htmby given that by virtue of a warrant Issued by tlhe Auditor and Police Judse of the City of Astoria to me directed, darted he lTllh day of Octo ber, J89o, and against W. E. and M. S. Warren, Conwnandilng me to levy upon Lot No. 7, Block No. 61, McCiure'e Astoria extended ed by Cyrus Ohiev. and collect the assess ment due tihweon, amounting to $43.76. for the Construction of a sewer on 12tlh street. I have this day levied upon saM de scribed property, and on the lTlti day ot December, 1895, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at th court house door In the c.ty of Aatorla, Clatsop County, Oregon, will proceed to soil at public auction, fa.fl property 'to the highest bidder therefor, to pay eaid aeiseasment and costB and expenses of sale. Said ale to be for United States gold and silver coin. Dated Astoria, Oreson, November 16. 1895 C. W. LOUGHETtY, Chief of Police of the City Astoria CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a warrant Issued by the Auditor and Police Jud?e of the City of Astoria to me directed, dalted the lTtJi day of Octo ber, 1895, and against D. K. Warren, Commanding me to Jwvy upon !ot No. 9, In Block No. 66V4, MeClure's Astoria Ex tended by Cyrus Olney, and collect the assessment due Miereon, amounting to J33.76, for the construction of a eewer on 12th screen. I have Shts day levied upon saM de scribed property, and on the 17tlh djy ot Decemlber, 1896, at 2 o'clock p. tu of saia day, at the court house door In the city of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, wl.i proceed to sell at public auction, said property to the highest bidUar therefor, to pay mid assessment and costs ana expenses of sale. Said sale to be for United States gold and silver coin. Dated Astoria, Oregon, November 16, 1895 C. W. LOUOHERY, Chief of Police of the City ABtorla CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a, warrant Issued by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria ' to me directed, dated the lTllh, day of Octo ber, 1895, and against Laura M. WTiaMey, Commanding me to levy upon Lot No. 4, In Block No. 18, Adair's Autorta, and col lect the assessment due 'thereon, amount ing to Two Hundred Dolars ($200.00) for the Improvement of 35tlh street from the north side of Franklin avenue to the south side of Duane street, I have this day levied upon said de scribed property, and on the 16th day of Decemlber, 1895, ait 2 o'clock p. m. of salQ day. In front of tlhe court house door In the city of Astoria, Clatsop County, Or egon, will proceed to sell at public auction Bald property itothe highest bidder there for, to pay said .oasessunent and costs and expenses of sale. Said Kale Ho be for United States gold and silver coin. Dated Astoria, Oregon, November 16, 1895 C. W. LOUQHBRY, Chief of PoMee of the City Astoria CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a warrant issued by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria to me directed, dalted the lTtttn day of Octo ber, 1895, and against C. W. Fulton Vj, J. C. Dement Vb Commanding me to levy upon Lot No. , In Block No. 57, MeClure's A,or.a extend ed by Cyrus O'.ney, and collect the as sessment due thereon, amounting to $35.76. for the construction of a fewer on 12 Jh street. C have this day levied upon eatt de scribed property, and on the 17tfli day ot December, 1S95, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the court house door in the city of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, will proceed to sell at public auction, raid property to toe highest bidder therefor, to pay Ud assessment and costs ana expenses of sale. Said sale to be for United States gold and sliver coin. Dated Astoria, Oresron, November 16, 1895 C. W. LOUGH BR Y, Chief of Police of the City Astoria. CHIEF OF POLICE S ALE. Notice to hereby given tlhat by virtue of a warrant Issued by the Auditor ana Police Judge of the City of Astorta. to me directed, dated the 17th day of Octo ber, 1835. and against C. W. Fuvton 14, J. C. Dement H, Commanding me to Vevy upon Lot No. 7. m Block No. 57, MeClure's Astoria ex'end d by Cyrus Olney, and collect the assess ment thereon, amounting to 115. 7S. for the construction of a sewer on 13tto street l mV. w J.. ImHmI imnn Ad de- i U,C M.. " J ' " 1- wfced property, and on the 17th day ot December. 1895, a 2 o'clock p. ra. of saM ay. at the court house door in the stty Ot Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, will proceed to sell at putoHc suction, said pr-reny to trie hiehest bhUer therefor, to pay mid swwui' nt awi os snd vTpnwi of sale Said sale to be for T'nitWl States gold and silver coin. Dated Astorta, Oregon. November 1. 1B C. W. LOUGHERr, Chlof of Poss f T lty AstsrS A t on every wrapper. CHIEF OF POLICE SALE. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a. warrant issued by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria to me directed, dated the Tilth, day of Octo ber, 1895, end against W. E. and M. 6. Warren. Commanding me to levy upon Lot 6, in block No. 61, McOlure's Astoria extended by Cyrus Olney, and collect the assess ment due thereon, amounting to J23.76, for the construction of a sewer on 12th street I have this day levied upon sa'd de scribed property, and on the 17th day ot Decemlber, 1895, at 2 o'clock p. on. of said day, at the court house door In the city of Astoria, Clatsop County, Oregon, win proceed to sell at public auction, raid property to Che hlffheat bldJor therefor, to pay tiald assessment and casta and expenses of sale. Said sale to be for United States gold and silver coin. Dated Astoria, Oregon, November 16, 1895 C. W. LOUOHERY, Chief of Police of the City Astoria CHIEF OF POLICE S ALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue if a warrant Issued by the Auditor and Police Judge of the City of Astoria to rte directed, dated the lTth. day of Octo ber, 1895, and against W. E. and M. S. Warren, Commanding: me to levy upon Lot No. 8, In Block No. 61, MeClure's Astoria extend ed by Cyrus Olney, and collect the asset a ment due thereon, amounting to 143.76, for the construction of a sewer on 12th etireet. I have this day levied upon ead de scribed property, and on tho 17th day ot December, 1895, ait 2 o'clock p. m. ef said day, at the court house door In the city of Alstorta, Clatsop County, Oregon, will proceed to seH at public auction, said property to the higihtst bidvier therefor, to pay eaid assessment and ooata ana expenses of sale. SaM cole to be for United States gold and silver coin. Dated Astoria, Oregon, November 16, 1895 C. W. LOUGHERY, Chief of Police of the City Astoria After (Deals! Or at any other time when you wish a good cigar ask for tbe well " kuown, home - made, Lund-made, white labor cigar "La Belle Astoria." Conceded by all smokers to be tbe best ciar manufactured. W. F. SCH1EBE, 71 fJintl? Street, Astoria, Oregon. As Franklin says, good dress opens xll doors, you should not lose sight of the fact that a perfect fitting suit Is the main feature. Wanamaker & drown are noted for fit, workmanship md superiority of qualities. Their rep resentative visits Astoria every three months. Office 64 Dekium Building, Portland, Or Reserve orders til! you have seen the spring line of samples. FREEMAN & HOLMES. Blacksmiths. Special attention paid to steamboat re iMrtnir. first-class horseshoeing, etc LOGGING CfluP 010RK A SPECIALTY 197 Olney street txtyreen Third and and Fourth Astoria. Or. EVERY REQUISITE FOR : first Class Funerals; AT POHli'S Undertaking Parlors, THIRD STREET. Rates ReuonaDW. Embalninf a Specialty "A TALENTED EDITOR." Gentlemen: I had occasion to ' uns several boxes of Krause's Headache Capsules while traveling to Chicago to attend the National Democratic Con vention. They acted like a charm tn preventing -headaches and dizziness. Have had very little headache sine my return, which is remarkable. Yours, resoectfulw JOHN U. SHAFFER. Ed. Renevo (Pa.) Record. For sale by Cham. Rogers, Astoria, Or., sole agent I.,IUIIMWW'," - - V . , ' jar Bt 111 pUla wrapoer ' rn Circular aaal a rrqueat -,iiii u, Blf la a vm-tmrna T; ""st.r.-T rini7 for UonorrbcM, j y iiCUtM v 1 Olut, (saraiaiorrkaa, iMlmHT'l Wbitaa, ataral dia- J owum4 U chargea. or any biflainaia f m tm dimim Uoa, if rilativa or Bluara S, -i i iaai Minsia. toon of mm em ma mm- Tide Tabl lov December, 1895. HIOII WAT IE. LOW WATCB. DATE. A. M. P. M. h m ftjih.m ft h.m ft. h.m ft M1NDAY . 1 Monday. .. : Tuesday .. Wedu'wTy Thiirtkluy.. .' Fridftv t 0 7. U 11 47 12 2tl 107 8 MJ 3 4 8 8i S 6 CK.-06 7 31 -to 8 12 0 9 8 6.1 09 9 : 8 -0 10 21-0 1 I 21;? 0 2 05 7 1 7 18 8 5 2 4717 2 160 8 01 8 8 8 4 8 5 9 4286 2 3h 1 1' .1.11 Saturday.. : .0 !" 4M 5 Kit 6 611 1(1418 4 ll HI 0 6 SUNDAY. 1152 80: Monday..., 9 6ltt 0W12 102,l9i 2 111 2 4 8IM2 4 05 8 8 Si;4 668 86 1 Oil 212 26 18 09 Tuesday. li YViln'a,r l; 7 24 8 0' 82 2S 8 20 4 20 516 6 0.1 Thursday .1: Friday .... 1: Saturday.. 1 SUNDAY. IS Mondny . . ,ti Tuesday .. 17 Wedu'giTy l Thursday . IS Friday... 2 H12 103 01 10 02 n 7 o 0 0 1 1 -14 1 4 12 07 10 M 0.1 121 SOI 12 2 64liS 7 86 2(V- 1 10; 7 8u. I 8 17'7, 9 03 S t 81' 2 61 IM87 8 5V 3 12 4 10 2 :frM 2 8 227i 4 07 0 600,6 8 -01 US' 8 51 10 Oil 06 Raturai" t, UJl) Y it. Mr da -. 44 m 17 a 4 10 44 11 If 1 1 6 20 00 6 40 7 22 8 10 11 4 18 2 17 60 0 01 ft 6' 12 87180 It 68 I Shi 24 27 Tuesday.. 24 edn'wi'yaf) Thursday. 7 05 81)1 984 64 6.1 0 4829 2 4n 22 16 0 8 1 0;3 4 2 4287 3 38 rn a Mtll'dHV .iifc! 9 0( 0 49 10 48 6 9 42 1142 64 846 89 4 42:4 2 612 0 I SL'ND Y.tt'j l0S4 6 661 7Wl 0 5 10 M.ii.d .v ...80 "80 1121 8 9 6 84 4 0 T 'wdy ...81 1 IS 120H9)' 6 24 8 wl -12 SHIPPING DAY BY MY Warin flutters, itvt, Then ind ' Evepyajheri. The German bark Alhert ly laden, was taken out from the 6. R. and N. dorlr v.Hterdnv nfinrndnn i.j mint Johnson and dropped In the stivani, tak- iiik ine aiiciioiai.A iusr vnrjir.n ii tho T I . The British bark Powva raatio Tuiih on Oregon pilot aboard was towed Into port uy me rtenei yesterday at noon. Bhe Is 60 days from Panama tn hnll iai mil la ciiarierea io ioaa wneat ror An irinh nnrt She leaves up the river tomorrow. The British ship Galgate has al last fecured a charter, thuugn not far wheat tier raptaii: mvivr 1 orders y?.itiTd.y to ptocceu at onco to Port lilakelv on ruaret Sound, and loal lumber lor an Australian pert. Th3 Galnntu will go to sea tonior row. She will probably be towed around to the Sound. The State of California left out for San Francisco yetterday morning, with 'C4 passongers, 184 of whom Were in the cab- In. As has become ciiBtomary since the low rates were made most of those on board had return tickets and will be bark In Oregon within llfteen days. Sev eral Astoria people are rnaklng the trip. The British t.hli Howena was towed down to Fort Stevens by the Rjllef and Escort yesterday. She will leave out for Falmouth this morning. Captain Reed Just before leaving made a wager of 1100 with Captain George Warneka, of the German bark Albert Rickmers that he would beat him home ten days. People along the water front believe that the German hns the best of the wager, for, thouKh the Rlnkmors' bottom Is very foul, she Is a superior sailer to the Rowena, and her skipper is a man who knows how to get every Inch cut of his ship. The British bark Inversnald which Is now on the way from Newcastle, N. S. VV., to San Francisco, had a lengthy passage from London to Newcastle this trip. She reached the equator In thirty days after reaching London, but was then carried by a strong current too close to the Brazilian coast and then had to go north again, crossing the line and finally reerosslng It on her fifty-seventh day out. Off the Cape of Good Hope her ballast shifted, causing a further delay and a seaman was lost overboard. She was 131 days on the trip and before her arrival 70 guineas per cent was paid on her as an overdue ship. The British ship Indian Empire, bound from Newcastle, N. S. W., to Mollendo, put into Callao November 2d when she was 107 days out and the captain sent home the following cablegram: "Ship was on beam ends twenty days: top masts, yards, sails and rigging carried away; lost main and cross jackyards, spanker boom and Jlbboom, three boats, side of deck house stove In, forecastle damaged, cabin gutted. Ship's papers saved; lazaretto gutted; jettisoned cargo to extent of 109 tons. Lost steward over board. Waiting Instructions." When the news arrived at Liverpool ninety guineas per cent had been paid to effect reinsurance on the vessel, and as the risk of condemnation still existed forty guineas per cent was paid on her that day. Tuesday night's storm, though Its vio lence was little felt in Victoria, says the Colonist, was wild enough on the water, and ill-fared any small craft forced to fight It. One of these was a little white fishing sloop, apparently from Vic toria, the wreck of which was discovered when morning broke yesterday, only about twenty yards off from the oper ator's house at Otter point. She was vthen hard and fast, her stem altogether unuer water ana ner salts snowing at times. No .name could be made out, nor anything to specially distinguish the craft which was about thirty feet long and had evidently capsized during th previous night while running before the ftorm. Of the men who had formed her crew nothing could be learned, and the only conclusion Mr. Gordon could draw from the circumstances of the wreck wa that they had lost their lives. All day yesterday the gale continued so strong that every effort to reach the wreck was Ineffectual and the name or number of the unfortunate sloop must remain un known, until today at least The wind, If it continues from the same quarter, will In a few hours more dash the wreck upon the beach. When last seen yester day evening the sloop was full of water and lying on her side her stern to the shore. An interesting discussion has been raided in the North American Review by Mr. Austin Corbln. a New York banker and millionaire, in respect to quicker transit between New York and London, the two commercial centers of the world. Nothing la mere evident than that hours and sometimes even minutes become of the highest Importance to men engaged In great business ventures comprising both continents, and that the telegraph cannot take the place of mall and ex piess service. Therefore It Is that busi ness men everywhere are considering nays and means for reducing the time of communication between Europe and America. It Is now pretty certain that the ocean flyers have accomplished about all that Is possible In their race against time, and as far as steam navigation Is concerned, with such machinery as can now be devised, the limit of speed has been reached. Taking such a vessel as the Lucanla, her average time Is six days and a half, though of course she ha made a day's better time on occasion, but the average, taking the year round, Is what Is to be counted on, and it Is not likely that, therewlll soon be built a better or swifter vessel than this Cu narder. How then can the tlms be tween the countries be erduced? Mr. Corbln answers the question by proposing a shorter routs so far as the ocean voy ae Is concerned. Ha points out that the distance between Fort Pond bay. the most esatern extremity of Long Ig'and. and Mllford Haven, the most western point tn Wales, is about the shortest ocean run that can be made, and taking that route, by the aid of the ra'lronds, fifteen hours and forty-seven nnlnutes ran be sained In the voyage from New York to London, and one day and eight hours can be gained between London and New York. CAT'S NUHSL1NG. 'A Tabby Plays Foster Mother to a Huby Rat. ' (San Francisco Examiner.) Four miles from Farmlngton, In this state, resides a well-to-do rancher named Morrow. He has a Utile fluxen-halrc d 4-year-old son, Vernle, who usually has about everything he takes a fancy to. Among the th'ngs he fancies, and which he has. Is a larue, matronly cat that has been brought up to make due provision for herself and her progeny. Jet Is this Lcat's name and Jet her color. Jot and vernle are great irtencts, and they are frequently seen roaming around the premises together, when Jet's time Is not taken up with her own private af fairs. Jet has always borne the reputa tion of being "sure death" to any rats or ground squirrels. A short time ago, In exploring the barns, granaries and bain yard, Vernle came upon a nest of young rats, which he Immediately took up and carried to the house and placed carefully In a drawer of his mother's sewing ma chine. Mrs. Morrow objected to the nest of rats being in the- drawer, and took them out to drown them, when Vernle In sisted he must keep one, and begged so hard for It his mother gave It to him, In a short time he laid It down and for- .got all about It. Then Jet came aong and took up the young rat and carried it to her bed as a companion for her young Kitten and a solace to her own mind Strange as It may appear, the young rat made himself at home, derived his sub. tenance from the same source as the kit ten, and received the same maternal at tention from Jet, who seemed to forget that she was nursing her legitimate prey, ti the great delight of Vernle and the surprise of older heads about the neigh hood. This strange state of affairs con tlnued for two or three weeks, when tho baby rat strayed away from Jet's pro tection and met its death at the claws of another cat not so merciful as Jet. Strange as this may appear, it is a fact. and can be verified by several persons who witnessed this peculiar and happy family. IT SHARPENS The appetite. Improves digestion, and re- stores health and vigor; all the organs of the body are aroused to healthy action by Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery. More than all, the liver and that's the key to the whole system. You have pure blood or polsono'us blood. Just as your liver chooses. The blood controls the health, the liver controls the blood, the "Discovery" controls the liver. You can escape Just about half the Ills that flesh Is heir to, by being ready for them. Brace the system up with this medicine, which prevents as well as cures, For all diseases caused by a disordered liver or Impure blood, dyspepsia, bilious ness, the most stubborn skin, scalp and scrofulous affections, the "Discovery" Is the only remedy so certain and effective that, once used, It Is always In favor. Send for a free pamphlet. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association Buffalo, N. Y. In the Norwegian town of Haugestind, which has a population or ti.si'i, not a drop of spirituous liquor has been sold for twenty-nine years. Many of the lnhahl tants have never tasted iqtior. coughing nutates the delicate organs and aggravates the disease. Instead of walling,, try One. Minute-Cough Cure. It helps at once, making expectoration easy, reduces the soarness and Inflammation. Every one likes It. Chas. Rogers. Insurance Superintendent (Busplclouply) How did your husband happen to die so soon after getting Insured for a large amount? Widow He worked himself to death trying to pay the premium. New York Weekly. A GOOD WORD. Mr. J. J. KeiL Sharosburg, Pa. Dear Sir' I am glad to say a good word for Krause's Headache Capsules. After suffering for over three years with acute neuralgia and its consequent nsomnia (rvhlch seemed to baffle the efforts of some of our best Physicians) vou suggested this remedy which gave me almost instant relief. Words fall to express the praise I should like to ocstow on Krause's Headache Capsules. Gratefully Yours, MRS. E. R. HOLMES, Montroee. Pa. Prince Christian Victor, grandson of Queen Victoria, displays great original ity. Ho will leave a palace to go to Ashanlee. In her Impotent rage her grace could only scowl at the duke, her husband. "This," she bitterly exclaimed, "Is what a woman gets by buying what she doesn't want because it s cheap." Datrolt Tri bune. ROYAL Baking Powder. Highest ot all la leavening Strength. V. S. Government Report Only the Half: Old Maiden Aunt-ln Venice at last! One half of the dream of my youth is now fulfilled! Niece Why only half, auntie? Aunt (slghlng)-I Intended going to Venice on my wedding tour. Ulumenlese. Children Cry for Pitcher 8 Castoria "Crash!" all the hopes of the bright, promising youth fell. While at the sea shore he had represented himself as be Ing the son of a bank president, and ow she recognized him. "Crash." With i pale face he turned and took the towel ing from the shelf. Detroit Tribune. If suffering with piles, it will Interest you to know that DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve will cure them. This medicine Is a Bpeclflo for all complaints of this char acter, and If instructions (which are sim ple) are carried out, a cure will result, We have tested this In numerous cases, ana always wttn like results. It never falls. Chas. Rogers, "William," she said gently, and yet In accents of reproof, "you remember that I gave you several letters to mall Inst week, d n't you?" "Y yes; I remember It." "But this Is the first time yot have remembered It since I gave them to you. Isn't It?" "I I must confess that It Is. How do you know?" "1 put a postal card addressed to myself among the lot, anil it hasn't reached me yet. It only costs a cent and I find that It is a very effec tive way of keeping check on the rest of my mall. Now, dear. If you will hand me the letters I'll run out and post them my self." Washington Btar, SHILOH'S CURE Is sold on a gi-or-oteeT It cures incipient consumption, t is the best Cough Care. Only one ent dose. 25 cents. SO cts., and $1.00. For Sale by J. W. Conn. r-3 rTa, Qsli-klr.Thsrsashlr, Vorevor Cares. Four out of Ave who offer nervousness, mental worry.attacka of "the blues, "arobnt paring tbe penalty of early excesses. V!e tliak, reclaim you. manhood, regain your vigor. Don't despair. Rend for hook with explanation and proofs. Hailed (sealed) free. RIEt:EC;CALCOMEuffa!o,H.Y. ..IT MAY DO A3 MUCH FOR TOU. Mr. Fred Miller, of IrvHng, IH writes that lie had a severe klii .cy trouble for many yejra, wi:it sev.re p.tlna in hU bark and also clvnit his bladder was affected He tried many so-called kid ney cures, but without any good result. About a year ajro he begun the use of Electric P.l'tters and found relief nt onco. Klectric Bitters is especially adapted to the curs of all kidney and liver troubles and ofte.i g.ves a'.most Instant relief. One trial will prove our statement. Price only 60c for large ti.it tie. Alt Onus. Rogers' drug store. Prof. Dyche, the distinguished nntuial 1st, Is entirely self-tntiitht When 13 years old he had not yrt learned the alphabet. KARL'S CfcOVER'-' ROOT will purify your blood, clear your complexion, reg ulate your Bowels, and make your head clear as a bell. 25 eta., 50 ct., and 11.00. Sold by J. W. Conn. Felicity: "Happy," murmured the bride. "Ah, yes. I have a good, r.oble husband, and Just think of the number of people I got even with by not Inviting thorn to my wedding!" And there shone in her eyes the strange, terrible light tt'at revealed the Woman That Did Somebody. Detroit Tribune. Wife Here s an aeojnt of a man whs shot himself rather than suffer the pnngs of Indigestion. Huiliand The fool! Why didn't he tako DoWUt's Little Early Ris ers? I used to suffer ns bad as he did before I commenced taking these little pills. Chas. Rogers, "The coming session of congress," said the man who is always thinking about the nation's destiny, "will represent a very remarkable period In the history of the country." "Yes," replied the newly elected member from Squash Center, "Only you Just notice what I'm a-tellln" you now and save It for future ,eference. 'Twon't be any period. It'll be a full sized extry-black exclamation point." Washington Star. Or. Price's Cream Baking Powtfer Contains no Ammonia or Alum, . William Morris, whom the world usually thinks of as an artist and poet, Is a practical printer and tho Inventor of a printing press which has turned out ftie most beautiful work, technically, of the day. One Minute Cough Cure is a popular nmedy for croup. Safe for children und adults. Chas. Rogers. Prempeh, the present king of Ashantre, who has defied tho British government, casting their ultimatum contemptuously aside and sending their commissioner back to the Gold Coast In a hurry, Is alleged to be keeping up the human Faerl fices on a scale never equaled by his predecessors. He has 8,333 wives, a golden stool In place of a throne, an um brella of state, and an old plug lint which he wears on all occasions. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. The lady who was sometimes known as Lady Caithness and sometimes as tho Duchess de Pomnr died In Purls the other day. Her father, Don Antonio do Murla tegul, was a lender of society In the city of London fifty years ago, when the city had a society of Its own. She was mar ried more thnn forty years ago to a Span, lsh general calling himself Count dp Po mar, and she so distinguished herself In the eyes of Popo Plus IX that not only was her eldest son created a duke by his holiness, but she herself was advanced to the rank of duchess. She was a con vinced splrltuullst and fancied thut sho was a reincarnation of Mary Stuart, queen of Scotland. Science is " knowing how." The only secret about Scott's Emulsion i ; years of science. When made ia large quantities and by im proving methods, an emul sion" must be more perfect than when made in the old time way with mortar and pestle a few ounces at a time. This is why Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver oil never separates, keeps sweet for years, and why every spoonful is equal to every other spoonful. An even product throughout. In other emulsio s you are name to get an uneven benefit either an over or under dose. Oft Scott's. Oenulno has a salmon-colored wr.-r, , How TO MAKE A Fortune $100 for i'very $10.00 invested can De matie vy our new SYSTEMATIC PIvAN OK Hl'KCULATION. $10.00 and more made dally on small In vestments, by many persona who live away from Chicago. All we nk Is to investigate our new and original methoda. Vast vorklngs of plan and highest rcfereneea fiirnl.-thed Our Booklet, "Points and Hints," how to make money even when on the wrong side of the market and other Information sent FREE. Ollmore. & Co., Ranker and nrokera, Open Board of Trade HIdg., Chicago, HI. Are You Going East? If bo, drop a line to A C. Sheldon, cnerol agent of the "Burlington toute," 250 Washington et., Portland. He will mall yon free of charge, maps, time tables, and advise you as to the through rate to any point, reserve deeping car aMJonimodatlons for you, md furnish you with through ticket via cither the Northern, Union, Houtn- rn, Canadian Pacific, and Great North' em railroad at the very lowest rate )ttiilnuile. The Burlington Route I generally oneeded to be the finest equipped rail road In the world for all clasae of travel. ASTORIA - MATTRESS - FACTORY, 878 Cojjimrjvlal Street. Manufacturer of every d'sncrlDtlon of 'xiungcs, MattreflRea, etc. RFJPAiniNO IN ALL ITS BHANCHE3 IS THERE? Ia there a man with heart eo cold, That from bis family would withhold The comforta which they all could find In article of FURNITURE of th light kind. And we would luggeet at thin m-a"n. ir Rtd"tird, 0fntni T.'!?, cr " f Dining Cnalre. .We have the larpea :'d finest line ever hown In the clt n1 at price.! that cannM fail ni.-. I1F.ILEORN & SON. I THE BEST PIPE TOBACCO 187a 189J Brothers, Sell ASTORIA, Lubricating OILS A Specialty, Ship Chandelery, Hardware, Iron & Steel, Coal, Groceries & Provisions, Flour & Mill Feed, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggers Supplies, Fairbanks Scales, Doors & Windows, Agricultural Implements Wagons & Vehicles. E. rlcNEIL, Receiver. !TT Gives Clioice of Jmo Transcontinental i.ou.tc, Via Spokane and St. Paul. Via Ogtlen.Denvoi and Omaha or St. Paul. Pullman and Tourist Slee" Free Reclining Chairs Car. Astoria to San Francisco, Columbia, Tuesday, Nov. 6. State of California, Sunday, Nov. 10. Columbia, Friday, Nov. 15. Braite, Wednesday, Nov. 20. Coliwnihla, Mondiiy, Nov. 25. State, Saturday, Nov. 80. Columbia, Thursday, Dec. 5. Astoria and Portlnd Steamers. The T. J. Potter will leave Atorla at 7 p. m. dally, except Sundiyj leave Port land et T a. m. dally, except Sunday. The Steamer Lurilne will loavs Astoria at 6:46 a. m. dally, except Sunday; leave Portland at 8 p. m. dally, except Satur day. For rates and general Information ciil on or add reaa O, W. LOUNSBEUrtY, Affeift. , K H. HURLBURT, Oen. Pa. At. Portland. Or. Are You Going East? Be sure and see that your ticket read via' THE NORTH-WESTER?! s LINE:. CHICAGO, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and OMAHA RAILWAYS. This 1b Ui GREAT SHOET LINE Between DULUTM, ST. I UI. CHICAGO And all Points Earl ami South Their MHfrH0c.it Tin' k, IVerli is', :a- tlbuled iJlnlug and tlfcpliiit Car Train Hid iluU.u: "ALWAYS ON TIME " Have given this rotd a national reputa tion. All olni'W-a of piiBrtciiKi;'. curried on the vcisijuhu trains without .extra chars;.?, r'tilp your truight and travel over thin famous line. Ail agents iiave tliMt'H. W 11 MP. .ID, P. C. SAVaGE, hi. Trav, t: und f. Aft iriirt'm et., Portland, Or. li. nun, "Hhllnri Vif.iliz-r 'fAVI-D 1 (-. ;-r It pie lit-pt r.'. r f-M'u,i'."i svfrtrn I ever 1 ,.t-M ! 1.1 , . t or K iu : Y I ' ' 1-.' II- v i i. t.n. ?i Id) 0 Uj.4iiw ... U'U l.i... An excellent Bt t ' lery, caps, etc., nt 117 Bond Street, V.' At s Ftuit Store. B. F. AJU Wall Papr. Artists' .M iter! i, f: Oils, Class, etc. Ja( : RIH.W. a ! 365 Commercial r HKAHON Of IN. HILL Klift Taiiee a ileok BETWEEN San Francisco AND New Orleans Over the Great s unset T ri -1 caving Mm rrancisco Tuesdays and Saturdays From Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1895. The mot comiiVte, mod..m, elegantly equipped and porfoctly nrmnsfd Vietl buied Tra.ncori'!i!nwi'tajl Train In America. New Equipment, eBpeeliilly divslgned for tSiie service. Direct connections In New Orleans or all Eastern points. Quick time. THE flaSTORIll SaVlgGS 3KH Acts as trustee for corporntl.;ns and u; dlvl.t U!3. Tranniict a icom-ntl tanking biuiiu ..). Interest imtd on time dejtmitti. ' J. Q. A. nOVLBy,.,'.',.,,.;.!..'.l,rr.w . ; BBNJT. YOUNG ....'...Vice IV'oM-i t FilANK PATTO-M......'.. ,..v.f ti!. r DIRECTORS. J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. II. J?e, r.eisj Yountr, A. 8. Heed, . P. TiiomjiHou W. E. Doment, Gtwt Ilolmt-a. Few Hen Would Ask for a Finer Dinner than thcue wo eerve. We're trying la every way to make them the moat en joyable In town. All the "good thlr.es" of the eaon cooked by our e.twiient cook In the most delicious etyle, Pet feet service. If you Invite a. frli-nd to (he Pulive Restaurant the pluce la a m:urti'tvt n;mr antee that ha will recelvo a guoii n,.:ai, TfiVl th1rn f,r J. A PASTADEND, CENTRAL, CONTRACTOR, pile twu, fiouss, tzm mo WHAHP HU1I.DHH. Addrm, box 180, Postudice. ASTOItlA, Oil SEASIDE SJllVnLL A complete stock vt Kit' t en fc.m-1 in the rmi.;li or lrem-sl. t itiorlo.it, ru.v ile, celling, und ill klst.ln of iiiiI-k: moulillriKH and fliin.!f ,,.,) Iu h sk; work d'nw to f,f.'-T. '1 -!.;-. r . . u. and r'rlct'H at -;. it A') , . promptly .Hmh1eI tn, i .!', at mill. H. v L. XjO-:x:i. Jv.r awfflf, Oreiunn KARL'H CI.OVKH V.OCT. '. , Wood nui't'k-r-, jt;lv d- , , learn ex to the eimmi ;.. i r, Cormttpntlon. n ft".. ' ;j , . ,. For gale Uy J. y. ' ixDoa.-. 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