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THE DAILY ASTOllIAN, FRIDAY MOItiNlNO, NOVEMBER 18, 1BU. your I Christmas Ctlifa I two ounce bag, and coupons inside each ounce bag of Dlackwell's Durham. Buy a bag this celebrated tobacco and read the coupon which gives a list of val uable presents and how to get them. i..' 4i& rtANHOOD rJ piiwmi w ran ui ' 11 an ru, I mm fct s ia ,rv) "- m . i .t -t " - r" ... .11 f . I... . M . 'Hr it 4 ftClA!ANTEED MIT I U"EJWW iirer Lnbr-raniil. MimtiKuM rt"i 'kiowt f.KW Nit4-tc i. iti00riMi.. nv-r...!" l.i ii"WMil. Mif hl I" M,-'', 'M n(l 11 u Yl UI B"tk tw wnu fim.'. M u .It t Hur I'J it rti. itl.il It A. nl i ' Juvl if F h- Y'fU will t til lirfbicl iit4i iMi ut iirh . ) .. .. j fc if. uhiiuN' af t.vi.i '.niuwuiwfr jr lt nd lur tMir NhA t' ' .ii t l'.,..- c -. i..t .c..) r Mv.l t Vm fl'nA"i . ' r:uti n-Mjouhn lunl IimwuuhI. A4iUvM'fU:a IL'lll..-.ItU' -'l.wl.rk. , Kor by f.'hm. Roicer. DrutcKlnt. urnr io- PhAf mi.rj ir fr iuirw Mi nlui.K. ! (.... hi., u Are Yon Goms: East? Ba aura and a that your Uokat raada via THE NORTH-WESTERN LINE. CHICAGO. ST. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS and OMAHA RAILWAYS. ma la Ua GREAT SHORT LINE BatwMO DULUTH, ST. PAUL, CHICAGO And all Points East ami South. Thlr Mmrnlflcant Trck, PcerltM Vt- tlbulod Dining: and Bleeulng Cr Trln and Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIME " Hava glwn tnn road a national roputa tlon. All cliwei of paaliKri carrlod on the vwillbuled trains without oztra hante. Hhlp your (rlrht and trmval over this famoui lino. All asonti hava ticket. W. H. MEAD. V. C. SAViOH, Oen. Aaent. Trav. F. and P. Act. Ml Waahlmrton at, Portland, Or. THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT REPRESENT A paaancr train on tha Chicaco, Mil waukta and BL Paul Railway. No. Ita tarlni ara vaatlbulad, heater by ataam, and llghtad by eleotrlolty. Each aleap car berth haa an aleotiio reading lamp. Ita dlnlnc oara ara th beat In tha world, and Ita ooaohea ara palaoea on wheal a. Thla ureat railway, connecting aa It doea with all transcontinental llnea at Bt Paul and Omaha, aaauras to the tarvellng publlo the beat eervloe known. Tickets via tha Chicago, Milwaukee and Bt Paul Hallway are on sale at all railroad ticket tmos to any point In the United Btatea or Canada. For maps, folders and other Information,' addresa. C. J. EDDY, General Agent, J, W. CASEY, Portland, Or. Trav. Pass and Tkt Agant, Portland, Or. Parties desiring the best of job printing at the lowest prices should call at tha Astoria Job offlca before going elae whare. ., J lit to I HHW fslsJrTfni fal MW W W pWWf ffl Many thousand dollars worth of valuable articles suitable for Christmas gifts for the young and old, are to be given to smokers of BlackwclPs Genuine Durham To bacco. You, will find one coupon inside each two four of REST OR ED. V.- rv t-nu umim mmm writ a wm Khmi Ua el s-ta el im Is liirn Orsa,.w m MWH m i nw a er i a lwr Pnwwrw m I lr Cm m 1 - Sua, tfwM.IV Mil " 4 I M lati M "W K.f m SUM r II Mi lMlil 'V rre kill I. W. OUNN. Agent Alton. she ' -a Irv" tftnisfiln anr mf MWDJ TOBACCO 1 1 iMrmr IHCit' i frv VTnisfiln nr rYVVVVVvv . to y ollr. f "r t. I toy oe-u ' PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. A. BMITH. DENTIST. Rooms I and t, Pythian Bulldlnc, overr C. H. Cooper's store. DR. a B. EBTES, PHT8ICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention to dlaaasea of woman and aurgary. Offloa over Danslgar's atore. Astoria. Telephone No. U. JAY TUTTLE, M. D., PHYSICIAN. SURGEON AND ACCOUCHEUR. Offloa, rooms I and a, Pythian BuHdlnc. Hours, 18 to It and I to a. Realdenoa, IM Cedar street JOHN T. LIGHTER, ATTORNET-AT-LAW. Office, upstairs, Astorlan Building. If. T. CROBDY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 4tl Commercial street Q. A. BOWLBY. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Offloa on Bond street Astoria, Or. J. N. Dolph. Richard Nlioo. Chester V. Dolph. DOLPH. NIXON A DOLPH, ATTORN EY8 AT LAW. Portland. Oregon, 14. 15, M and IT, Hamilton Building. All legal and col lection busln-ss promptly attended to. Claims 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 each month. O. W. LOUNSBERRY, W. U. K. C. HOLDEN, Seoretary. MISCELLANEOUS. W. C. CASBELL, DEALER IN REAL ESTATE, Notary Public Bit Bond Street frniDDD PD1SD11 Hotfa OCitUrf or 'I'd p. I I Itlary Itl.UOU 1'UISON art ItlAiOO roiHUN LMrmanonM mirrd In 16 to86 day a, tou tn be treated a home t tiraame pricv tinder eamesr intra a tj If yon prefer tooome her ewllloon tract to pay railroad fareand hotel billi.arul oooharre.if we fall to cure. If you nave taken iuer flUFV. ta in a M tiMiiua VsatvltM In nvnuth. Nure Tlirom , itMlluti nmuniia nu aim diitv acnea ana l'linplfa, Ctipper Colored Hpota, Ulcere on iCuue I'Miciire in cnouw, nun . l?iniiP Color 1 1 KiiotN I tiiy Dart of tne IxKly, 11 Hi r or fcyenrowp iHUInc ut. It la tlil HeoonUiiry l.LOOU rOlNON ire narantee to cure, we eoncu me moai onau aate eaaea and chitllenra (lie worlj fur a) oaiaweoaiitiotcure Thladlaeaae hoaalwari bntlted th aklll of the moat eminent phyat rjlAiia OO.OOO onnltal beblnil our unnmdl liunal ffvaraoty. A baol ut e proof aont aealed 00 ni. l.,pi AM rum iTlltllH AlMOtUo XeiQDlo CUlOAUUh , r.inr-i UVM aUalM Ladies Who Value A refined complexion muftt n Pouonl's Pow der. It protlucos nnoft and beautiful nMn. f fflARIflE (DATTERS. If full WATKM. M1W WATKN. A. . i'i P. Mi "A. K.'Y l. Mr h.iri ft llli.iwfl h lil'lt ! II in jft" DATE. Mia Mr if 11 Mtinriity Miuiiluy,, 'I utility. , HiHliwiI'y 1'liurwlH ill I IftT.i I'H lliiu I J'd.U 1 hi n. 'ui (l Vim 1 I i Friday,, . till HIIV'I.U! IHiW j mu a. iri 'H, M, eltf, Im'IoW V-xri). hmntjni "f Umin-n, I' I r. 4, hew Mmiii. ll,Klriyr. , Full Mmw. The MaiianiilUt liiavrs up for Port- laml I hi ntornlnif. - ' The little siaVoner Surprise will not fare any too wll In this gale. The llrlllnh ship Cambrian Princess li'ft up the river yesterday to load wheat Th llarkentlna Portland and the llrltlnh ship Itoyal George left up the rlvr-r yrsterday In tow of the steamer Thixiipaiin. 1. The llrllleh ship penthsllla, !63 tuns, Captain Hlmvirs, arrived down Ihr river yesterday. Hhe haa a cargo of grain from Balfour, (lUlhrle at Co., for the (Tnlted Kingdom. The gale yesterday kept all the grain fli-rt In port. The six vessels which arrived Vednnnlay were very fortu nate In getting In. A drlay of one ilay would have arm them far up the treacherous roast of WanhlnKton. The marine reporter " lhe Tacoma paper who Is responsible for the story pul'llahed regarding the mutiny on the steamship Amarapoora ran shake httiid with himself over his escape from the chastisement or "keel-hauling" to have been Indicted by the mas ter of the Amarapoora. I'usslbly, how ever, the reporter was a blKKer and letter man than Captain Cameron. In that case the "llmo.Julrcr'a" bloow when "well ofT" Is explained. The A mars poor arrived In Pan Kranclaro from the Hound Hunday evening, her ai" 'ill creating wide, spread Interest, according to the Call, which says: "The. Amarapoora represents tha line to Central American ports In position to the Huntington steamers. Bhe came In from Vug't Bound ports to finish her cargo, and from the mountains of freight, comprising- everything from railroad freight cars to boxea of crack' era, piled up In the pier shed, she will be able to finish her cargo all Hunt, and mak the first trip, so far as cargo Is concerned, a successful one. The Amarapoora was put on this line to divide the business and make the cold perspiration stand out on the strong box ( the Huntington liners. "The Amarapoora Is a British Iron tramp steamer of leviathan propor tion. Hhe looks built and equipped to lid any eea stiffly and gracefully, broadside on, and ahe looka big enough to ride th turbulent ocean with head head to ea, as stately and unshaken as Telegraph Hill. This ship haa never been Into Han Francisco harbor before, It Is said. Bhe put Into Puget Bound, hailing from Japan. "Captain Cameron's mental condition as to Pacific coaat newspapers Is In about the same alate as a cow's milk after a atorm. A sheet at Tacoma. with more respect for enterprise than facts, published, soon after Captain Cameron dropped anchor off the foot of Pacific avenue, a story to the effect that there had been a seml-mutlny aboard the Amarapoora on the cruise from the Flowery Kingdom, and that a part of the crew was In Irons. About this Cap. tain Cameron said: 'The story was totally false. I did not read the newspaper, but I could not avoid hearing about It. If I could have got hold of the man who published the yarn I'd have keel hauled him or knocked him Into a cocked hat A day or two later, when one of them asked me how- big thla ship Is, I told him she was four miles long, her speed 160 miles an hour, and that she carries nothing but gold and silver.' Then the captain chuckled softly to himself, and added that the Amarapoora has acconv notations for 40 cabin passengers." TO rt'HB A COLD IN ONI DAY Take laxative Rromo Quinine Tableta. All druggists refund the money If It falls to cure. 25c For sale by Chaa. Rogers, Druggist TELL IT OUT. Don't sit down and wait for trade, 'Taint the way, Oet a hustle, make her show, Push your business make her go. Don't sit down und wait 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 It you don't Advertise, Keep things movln every day, Talk about It; that's the way. Folks won't know you If you don't Advertise, Advertise, FIRE ALARM BOXES. Box 8 Trulliiiger'a Mill. Box Astor and Seventh street. Box 7 Ninth and Duane. Box 8 Commercial and Fifteenth. Box Clatsop Mill. Box 12 Car Stables. ' Box 14 McGregor's Mill. The velvet Kton jucket Is In great demand for wear with checked shirts. ROYAL Baaing Powder, Highest of all la leavening ttrtngth U. S. Oovernnent Report Few women raise tlielr (towns grace fully in crossing a muildy Htreet OABTOniA. h w vu;ptt. , I mi It: Html Alt n.'.r-H i it, vi nix. I lil uir.i.ii iMimi '10'mivJ II MU o.vlu I l nn i I m U I In Medieval Days When peopl wanted anything they knelt down and prayed for It How ever, that was soma time sgo. Along about 1400 a fellow named Outen barg, who had "com d Khlns over," was monkeying around a ""carpenter shop In Lents, lis whit tled some little block and actually made an alphabet Than he rlK4 a sort of wall, a machine that would look sonwthlnf Ilk our let ter press of today. He arranged his blocks in ordsr, put some Ink on kim, also a piece of paper, and than screwed his press down. That was called printing. Old Gutenberg mad a bowline success ef the racket and hi bead became ao woll.n that h really snubbed the king one day. Th king overlooked It however, for he had an Idea what kind of fallows printers would be. Well, finally they got th print ing system down pat and, aa the eenturlea rolled by, began printing newspaper flrl person. Invariably singular number, any render and hard case. In This Enlightened Day There are many newspapers a 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 vss, wholly upon Its circulation. A newspaper Is a great deal like the human body; If Its circulation Is good. It prospers; otherwise, otherwise. Some papers publlah Want Columns That la, a column, or a number of columns, devoted to small advertise ments. If a fellow wants snythlng trouble, a wife, a house don't make any difference what it la he can get it by means of a small ad. Included In the "wast" column are "Kor Bale," "For Rent" "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 thla city for daya looking for a house In which to live Had he come to The Astorlan offloa and asked for a want ad. he could have gotten hla house without the least bit of trouble and for about 2S cents. It Is Needless To tall of Tha AatorUn's circula tion. Tha paper baa been estab lished for a quarter of a oeatury. Why. old Concomly read the first rumor of th building af a railroad to hla brave from It Circulation Is The Astorlaa's long suit Conse quently, when a fellow cornea Into Tha Astorlan office, looka pleasant throw down B cents oo the coun ter and aaya ha wants a bouse, be gals It Why, Just Think I The Aatorlaa goes Into every house In Aatorla and a great majority ot those in the surrounding sections ot Orea-oo and Washington. Hence. It you insert aa ad. la Tha Astorlan, It Is equivalent to ena-aginf a man to so around to all those bouses and telllrux the tnmatea that you want something or hare aomethlna for ael. 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 aale; when you lose, find or steal anything, come around and tell your trouble to The Astorlan. Biina B cents with you, and. above all things, look pleasant Tell the clerk that you want a want ad. In tha want column, sire him your X cents ana go away happy. As Her man Wise would say, a want ad. will restore the blind, tha bald and the bowlegged to manhood. 3 Lines OC Cents. for o Try It. TILLAMOOK NEHALEM AND OTHER COAST POINTS STEAMERS R. P. Elmore W.'H. Harrison Augusta.... ...ALL... OPEN FOR SPECIAL CHARTER Sailing dstet to snd Irom Tillamook and Nehalem depend upon tht weather. For Freight and Passenger Rates Apply To ELMORE, SANBORN & CO. AGENTS R. p. A N. CO., Agents, Portland. Job Printing The Astorlan invites attention to its Job Printing Department TRY US-W SiaMei THE WEEKLY ASTORIAN Established 1873 As an advertising medium the Weekly Astorian ia 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. Advertisers Who Wish to Reach the Country People 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 , of the World foreign, inter-state and local, is published in its columns. It is absolutely 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 once. Second Oldest Paper in the State saaate&saltadaGB BSaVl INDIO Absolutely Dry and Pure Tropical " Climate Pronounced by Physicians tha moat Favorable in America for 8ufferer8 from . . Lung Diseases and Rheumatism Many Remarkable Cures The obleotlona urged agslnst Indlo In th past by tha large aumbera who otherwise would bar been glad to take advantage of Its beneficial climate, baa beea a lack of suitable aoeommodatlon. The Southern Paclflo Company take) pleasure la announcing1 that seraral Commodious and Comfortable Cottages have oat been erected at Indlo station that will be rented to applicants at rea sonable rates. They are furnished, with mod era conveniences, supplied with pure artaslaa water, and so situated aa to grre occupants all tha advantages to be 3 rlred from a more or less protracted residence In this dulurhtiul ellniate. , , (From the Ban Franclsoo Aironaut) . . "In th heart of the great desert of tha Colorado-whlen the - Southern Pactfle travel see there bj aa oasis called Indlo, -which. In our opinion, ts th sanitarium of the earth. We belle-re, from personal ' Inveeti-faUoQ, that for certain tndlrlduala, there la no spot on thla planet ao favor able." O. T. Stewart. H. D., write: "Tha purity of the air, and th eternal sun shine, fill one with wond-r and delight . . . . Nature - baa aocompUsbed no much that there remains but little for man to do. As to Its possibilities aa a health resort hero Is th moat perfect sunshine, with . a temperature always pleasant a perfectly dry soil, for rain bt an unknown factor; pure oxygen, dense atmosphere and pur water. What mora can be desired? It la the place, s bo-re all others, "for lung troubles, and a para dise for rtMrumatlcs. Considering tha number of sufferers who have beeta cured. I hava no hesitancy la reeoaa-' mend ins this genial oasis aa tha barea of the afflicted." INDIO. Is 612 miles from , SAN FRANCISCO and 130 miles from LOS ANOELES Fare from Los Angeles f).oo For further Information Inquire at any Southern Paclflo Company agent, or address K. p. ROGERS. Asst Gen. Pass. Ast ST. P. Co. 3. B. KIRKLAND. Dist Pas. Art Cor. First and Alder at.. Portland, Or Agents Wanted $,.Ky$20 LIFErfM'KINLEY And HOBART, Republican Candldatea for president and rice-president by Robt P. Porter, tha noted Journalist present editor of tha Cleveland World, and lnlUmate friend of McKINLET for twenty years. Absolutely tha only, au thentic LIFE OF McKINLET publish ed. For mora than two years In prep aration, and the only work that haa receiver the endorsement of MaJ. Ho- Klnley 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 sella Our agents are clearing- from S10 to 120 a day. Chance for thousands of others to do as welt 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 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 you out THE N. G. HAMILTON PUB. CO.. 1555 Arcade, Cleveland, O. Beaver Hill Oilman Coal ...Try It For Familv or Steam Purposes. CLEAN... Reasonable In Price ELMORE. SANBORN & CO; Agents, Astoria. A. V.ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, Feed, Provisions, Fruits Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Tenth and Commercial streets. B.F.flliLiErlSOfl WaD Paper, ArUiU' Materials. Paints, Oils. Glass, etc Japanese Matting, Rug and Bamboo Goods 365 Cc mmerclal Street. WHEN IN rORTLANTJ Call on J no. T. Handley A Co.. 124 Third atreet. and net to Dally Astorlan. Visitors need not tauas their morning paper while there.