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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, HATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1896.
iMIE ! AA'cectiWc Pff parulioitfor As- simiiaiiiiRuWioodfliulHcfl lliig ll 3Uioutihs nisi liuwcl rrotnotesT)liflion,riTrrul ncssnmlltrstlConUlns neither Otmim.Morptilnc iur Miiiaal. ot Nam c otic. SmJ JUS, . yfrL, i.iisf.Sa. Iln ii ftmnm Afxtfed Ht-mrJy forCoiwtltvi lion, Sour Stinwh,I)iatiliocd, Worms .Convulsion feverish ursi and Loss or Sleki". 1st Simile Signature of NEW YOHK. IXCT COPY OF WRAPPER. A J mis -Arjout Columbia livcr oalmon . ) Etm ffiE,5 f" ;r t Phf maKj it far Syprnof to any Othr. f Whin you buy (laaaitliuH .ye J Know fat. i " what viy ... ui.nu . . . WW UMdnoii 4i Ait Li Aii w i f I i fw Tt, If Ik Are You (Joins; Eastf B sure and see that your Ucktt read via T HE NORTH-WESTERN LINE. CHICAGO. ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS and OMAHA RAILWAYS. This la tn GItEAT SHORT LINK BalwMa DULUTH, ST. PAUL. CHICAGO And all Tointa Kant aixl SoutL Thlr Mmtntncent Trmi-h. TfarlaM Vea tlbulpa Wnlm nd Slronln Car Train and Motto: "ALWAYS ON TIME " Have lvn tnli roail a naUonal raputa tlon. All olaMfi of pnaaenitara carrtad on tha veatlbuled tnilna without "turn char. Hhlp your Cralirht and travai ovnr thla ftunoua Una. All M onta hava WTWKAD. F. C. SAVAGE. Q.n. Aitant. Trar. P. and P. Aft IU Wahlnton at. Portland, Or. THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT REPRESENT A uaaaengar train on lha Chtoaje, Mil waukaa and 8t. Paul Railway. No. lt tarlna ara vaatlbuled. heater by ataam. and llahtad by alaotrlclty. Each alaf tiar berth haa an alaotrio reading lamp, (ta dlnln oara ara tha beat In tha world, and Ita ooaohea ara palaoaa on whaala. Thla treat railway, connecting aa It doea with all transcontinental llna at Bt Paul and Omaha, aaeurea to tha taryellni publlo tha best secvloa known. Tickets via tha Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Itallway ara on aala at all railroad ticket omci to any point In tha - or Canada. For maps, folders and other Information, address. 0. J. EDDY, Ganeral Agent, f. w. CABBY. Portland, Or. Trav. Pass and Tkt. Agent, Portland, Or. For Delicacy. for parity, and for Improvement of the com- loiloa nothing equaia roiaowra r..... SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF i I- IS ON THE WRAPPER CF EVEBY BOTTLE OP CaitrtU Ii t-. as la ow-iIm kttUa calv. It ll sot tc'.i U bilk. Doa't allow injc to wll grot itjlliloj tin os tin pita or proals) that It ll juit M soul" ana will Miwir evary par. poao." e- Ifasl jos gt O-Ao-TOB-IA. Tkatu. ba HIT ""Cs. i 1 Royal smI"; PUOFE8IONAL CARtA H. A. BMlTIt DENTIST. it; Koomi 1 and I. Pythian Dulldlnc. ovarr C. H. Coopar'a stora. DK. O. a E8TE8. PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. Spaclal atlanllon to dlaaaaaa of woman and aurfary. Offlca orar Danalcafa a tor. Astoria. Talephona No. &L JAT TUTTLK, M. D., PHT8ICIAN. BUROKON AND ACCOUCHEUR Offlca. rootnr ( and (, Pythian Bulldlnc. Houra, 10 to 11 and t to L Raaldenoa, IM Cadar atrt JOHN T. LIOHTER. ATTORN ET-AT-LAW. Offlca, upatalra, AatArlan Rulldln. H. T. CROSBY, ATTORNKY-AT-LAW. 4M Commarclal atraat. I. Q. A HOWLBT. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Office on Dond street, Astoria, Or. 1. N. Dolph. Richard Nlion. Cheater V. Dolpn. DOLPH, NIXON A DOLPH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Portland, On-gon. ii. 2S, M and 17, llHmlllnn Dullillng. All legal and col l,ntlon bualn aa promptly attended to. Clnlnis agalnat the government a spa Mnltv SOCIETY MEETINGS. 'tKMPI. K U ; )DO " NO. I, A. F. and A. M. Regular communications held on the flrot and third Tuesday evening of each month. O. W. I.OT7N8DERRY, W. M. K. C. HOLDEN, SeoreUry. fnlLDDD PD1SDH I A OrfcUMl-l on.1.rjropT, lilnry Itl.ooo POISON parmanmtly & ili,.u.4. V.n, n.n hAl.rttntM.I nk fli'urvu niii'i''uw.j". . .... . 1 homo f or aame pnoe uu.lar annie itimritu- " trod I" pay rallmeil fateanU hotel billi.aiid n jhanre.lf wa fall Incurs. "To .""" '"e "T .ini.nl uomia l'atohea I" mpuin, nury un Sm weanii..tre. I'l.ia dl.a.e hue a way f.i.lld the aklll t the most eminent phy.V J.J llir ainOO.OOO oi.iul behind our BnclnlI rr.!r..ii.ruitr. Absolute proot.iwnlM'alcn oq - lAAnmm COOK . ......Jr ... t, L' l. VS tw R. I Boyle & Co. Real x Estate LOANS AND INVESTMENTS itB3Bts COMMERCIAL ST. (DflRlfiE 1DATTERS. Mlllll WAIKH. DATK. A M. ; f, . ' ll.lll fl ill lll,fl Hiiiiinluy'ilJi J,v,( 1 in,( Hiimliiy .'Ml Moniliiy,. 141 'T : twit Tiuwlitr., I till all llHIiflu W...,,.,l , iuidui,. 111.1 IhiirMlHyili In um.i 1 1 I Krl.liiy.. lifliijlili Ih n.ii iw WA1KK. 4, M, ii 111 n 0 il I n 1 IU .l.li; 11 11 1 ; i IU A.r.l .' ;n 1 t: w. Ill 111 ifl I .1 1 ii w 1 v 8 ix'l.ll i .Vl O.tf J In 0.4 h V. Jll D7.-V4 I a 111. p. 111, -1.1, It, -n I'llKlllflM lit M,M.l.M.'7 I,. , I'lC, iHtlllW KITil, -l Or. 4. Mow M'mmi. II.Klmr, u, K11II M'KIII. TlKi tnrM'ii rmiHlrui-tiMl by liiventor MrlH-rmott Hint was laumli-'cl a fee days ago at OiUdHtid ami towed to tha torj'cdo wharf at (lat Island, filled with wutir and aank at Its moorings Monday, It was Ix.lng prepared for trliU siilti under Hie water by Ita In ventor, ami ll wma to hava been tnsted during the coining week. As It now reia at the bottom of tha bay bitieath aovenil fiithonis of water, the test will have to bn nmlHie(l until the l range craft can be floated. The only explana tion (hat can be given for the disaster Is faulty construrtlon of the hull. It Is a long, narrow, rigar-sliapvd affair, divided Into compartments, ajid 011 of the apace In It Interior la filled with Intricate and dHlratc machinery. Hhould Hi water enter the compartment w here It la situated much dumage will be done. Han Francisco Kxajnlner. The owiiors of the American schooner Jiiniea (. Hwan have loot their cane tcfore I he I'nltnil Ktutes district court, nnd will b coniM-lleil to forfeit the vesjiul for violating the sealing laws. The case Is already a noted one, as It Is the first time an American schooner luu bee-i forfeited for Illegal sealing by an American o-urt. It waa shown by IIm) ttlmoiiy thit on August 2, while the boats and caiiiM-s were engaged In iMHillng. ime itt the canoes, with two lmllajis belonging to the crew, became loat In the fog and that the vcatel, In searching for them, sailed northward toward the pnihlblted (one. The clr cu,matance was glv as a reason for the vessel having approached so near to tha prohibited line, and It was shown by tho testimony that before engaging In .arching, she turned back on her course and sailed a distance of forty miles, measured by her patent log. Hut the witnesses who atated the fact as to the 'dlatanca measured by the log on the return, only gave an esti mate of conjecture as to tha distance sailed toward the prohibited tone, be fore turning back, and tha vessel waa not cruising In search of her lost men at the time) of tho seliure, for her boats were then employed In sealing. Charter rates from Puget Bound and Hrltlsh Columbia points to foreign porta are very low In sympathy with the gen- enral democajlaatlon of rates froro all I'aulDc coast porta. Bteel vessels flying the Hrltlsh flag, and other craft, now on the Bound and available for wheat charters, are taking lumber charters at low rates. The reason Is attributed to the fai t that the greater part of the season's wheat crop haa been shipped. There are severaJ Iron vessels on the lower Hound seeking charters. At the beginning of the week the list Included: At Victoria Hrltlsh ships Queen City, Dudhope, Andora, Lynton and Speke. At Port Townsend Hrltlsh ships Duncow, HulmonU and Verbena, and American bark Calousa. At Port Angeles American bark Mel rone. Hrltlsh bark Lota, Captain Clayton, which haa been In port for several weeks seeking a charter, has been chartered to load lumber for Valparaiso, The. charter rates 00 lumber from the 8oun1 and Hrltlsh Columbia at tha first of the week were announced as follows: Valparaiso for orders, fts; Sydney. 31s d; Melboune, 3$s d; Port I'lrle.J7s 6d; Vnlted Kingdom, calling at Cork for orders, 62s 6d; Shanghai, 40s, num.; Tientsin, 60s nom.; South Africa, 57s 6d; Ban Francisco, 13.25 to 3.75; Huenos Ayrea, 46s 3d; Fremantle, 18a !. Ledger. A dose that Is always seasonable Is a dose of Simmons Liver Regulator, the "King of Liver Medicines." It keeps the liver active; the bowels regular; prevents biliousness; and promotes di gestion. In fact, helps keep you well. "I have watched Its effects In families wher I have practiced, and find It ad mirable; both alterative and tonic in Ita action." Dr. T. V. Mason, Macon, Ga. You may think your cook hasn't much to do, but you are apt to change your opinion If company comes to a meal on her day out. . The old lady was right when she sold the child might die If they waited for the doctor. She saved the little ine's life with a few doses of One Min ute Cough Cure. She had used it for croup before. Chna. Rogers. It doesn't take iimii'h to make you cry when yau have run up against two or three disappointments In sec-cession. The old way of delivering messages by postboys compared with the modern telephone, Illustrates the old tedious methods of "breaking" colds compared with their almost Instantaneous cure by One Minute Cough Cure. Chas. Rog res. Flannel skirts lose their prosaic qual ity when made up in pale blue and pink. The length of life may be Increased by lessening Its dangers. The majority of people die from lung troubles. These may be averted by promptly using One Minute Cough Cure. Chas. Rogers. If we were told wei would have a wish granted If we would make It, what would that one favored longing be? ' If you want a sure relief fot limbs, usa an Allcock's Bbak IN Mind Not one of tions is at food as the genuine, Children should grow In weight and strength; eat heartily and have plump cheeks. Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil. with Hypo phosphites (Ills out the sunken cheeks and gives color to tha lips. It furnishes material for the growth of bone, and food for the brain and nerves. It lays a strong foundation for future growth and develop ment. sac and If .as st sit drnggleta. JKWKLL HEI'UIILICANS. Jewell, Or., December 10, M!l.-(Kdl-tor Astorlan.) At a meeting of the Jewell McKlnley and Hobart Club, held at the Jewell poetolTloe on the first Inst., the following resolutions were passed by almost a unanimous vote: Resolved, Thmt this club favors a reg istration law, believing that It will In sure more certainly a legal ballot and that no oltlsen under fifty years of age should be registered until he produces a biennial poll tax receipt for 2. Resitlved, That our state elections should h held In November, at the same time our national elections are held, Instead of aa at present. Whereas), It Is apparent our country Is overstocked w tin laborers, and owing to our too libera! Immigration laws more are continually coming; therefore, be It Itesolved, That congress should at once pass a law omelllng each male Immigrant from a foreign country to deposit with the treasurer of the L'nlted States tMO In gold to Insure his good be havior and that he will not become a public charge for twenty years. The treasurer of the l'nlted States to Issue to him a registered certificate or bond for said sum of 1500, payable at the end, of twenty years, provided said Immigrant haa not been adjudged guil ty of any crime or been a publlo charge. Interest to be paid annuals at not leas than two per oent'or more than three per cent, payable annually; said bond or certificate to be not trans ferable. Iloth principle and Interest to be paid In gold coin, and that persona of foreign birth should not be allowed the right of suflrage until the expira tion of Ave years continuous residence and obtaining hla final papers. H. B. WOODEN, President Attest: N. E. FOSTER, Secretary. Those who are demanding an "emer gency" tariff bill should remember the emergency calls for protection to In dustry aa well as a revenue for the government .,, "Excuse me," observeed the man In spectacles, "but I am a surgeon, and that la not where the liver Is." "Never you mind where his liver is," retorted the other. "If It was In his big toe or his left ear De Wtt'a Little Early Risers would reach It and shake It for him. On that you can bet your gig lamps." Chaa. Rogers. How small some really big men can be when the vent their personal discom fort on a woman. Absolutely pure, perfectly harmless. and Invariably reliable are the quali ties 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. Chaa. Rogers. Why are we alvravs most blue when we so ardently desire to be most happy? It Is a fixed and Immutable law that to have good sound health, one must have pure, rich and abundant blood. There la no shorter nor surer route than by a course of DeWltt's Sarsapa rllla. Chaa. Rogers. The large black velvet hat Is loom- Ing up as a real millinery leader. The V. S. Oov t Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. The home dressmaker la greatly In demand at this season. OAHTOniA. 1in iwrr 44 tipaa. This wek holiday trading will begin In earnest. TO Cl'KK A COLD IN (INK DAY Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money If it falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas. Rogers, Druggist. Souvenir plates are now more in vogue than souvenir spoons. Soothing, and not Irritating, strength ening, and not weakening, small but effective such are the qualities of De Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills. Chas. Rogers. Why put a higher tax on beer of on any other American product when we can raise all the additional revenue we need by Increasing the tax on foreign Imports? Moire and Jacquard velours have Jumped Into sudden and undeniable fa vor. pains in the back, fide, chest, or Porous Pliaster the host t counterfeits and Imltsv t ' THE WEEKLY ASTORIAN Established 1873 As an advertising medium the Weekly Astorian is un surpassed y 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, interstate 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 thuik! 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 r aii.i.unilim.-'..asMW-l.mi.l iii.iiiaisiiMiamsMeum mm SlpVa i4463. aVH 'i'lTrVnffniw..t7 BREMNER & HOLMES Tejeghon. Blacksmiths Special Attention Paid to Steamboat Re- riKlrinnf. First-class tiormahoeing, Etc -CCajfiG CR.H1P (DORK SPECIALTY lWH..r ST., bet. Sd sad slh. WHITE COLLAR LINE ri PIT7CDT jut Mil u ufiiLLi m an Astoria and Portland Telephone leave Astoria dally ex cept Sunday at 7 p. m. Leaves Port land dally except Sunday at 7 a. m. T. J. Potter leave Astoria at 7 a. m. daily except Sunday. Leave Portland dally at a p. m., Sunday excepted, Sat urdays at 11 p. m. Ticket good on both boats. U. B. SCOTT, President. E. A. Seelejr, Agent, Portland. C. W. Stone, Agent, Astoria. Telephone No. 11. 0.R.&N. GIVE8 CHOICE OF , , - ; -2- THBJlSCOIlTIIlENTflu ROUTES. ,4 Via Spokane and St. Paul ; Via Ogdeo, Denver and Omaha or St. Paul Pullman and Tourist Sleepers ' .. Free Reclining Cnair Cars Astoria to Sao Ffaoeiseo. Columbia, Sunday, November 29. State of Cal., Friday, December 1 Columbia, Wednesday, December I. , , Bute of Cal. Monday, December li, ' Columbia, Saturday, December 11 State of Cal, Thursday, December U. Columbia. Tuesday, December 2t. Astoria and Portland Steamers. R. R. ThomtMon leave Astoria at T a. m. dally except Sunday. Leaves Port land dally at I p. m., Sunday excepted. Saturday at 11 p. to. Telephone leave Astoria daily ex cept Sunday at 7 p. m. Leave Port- kaad dally except Sunday at 7 a. m. For rates and general Information eal) on or address O. W. LOUNSBERBT, Agaot W. & HTTRLBURT. Gen. Pas. Agt, Portland. Or. ' e. McNeill, President and Manager. Cedar Shingles SEASIDE LUMBER TARD, OFFICE 155 COMMERCIAL ST. .SNAP A KODAK. at any man earn lag out ot our sure sod you'll get a . portrait of a mail brimming over with pleasant thoughts. Bueh quality In the liquor we save to offer are enough to please any maa- COMff AND TRY THEM HUGHES & CO. The Palace Cafe Is the Place for a Good Meal... Eastern, Oysters ia the shell or caa Served to Order or Sold at Retail W. W. WHIPPLE THE PALACE "The Louvre" ASTORIA'S G0KGE01S ENTERTAINMENT HALL 3 FLOORS Fine Mn.io. Games of All Klnda. Two ' Magnificent Bar. tVCRYTHISC riRST-ClASS Good Order- and Everybody's flights STRICTLY OUBEKVED. , Job Printing The Astorian invites attention to its Job Printing Department Give Us a Trial A TWISTER. A twister in twisting May twist aim a twist. For In twutftng a twist Three twists make a twist; But If one oif the twists Untwist frora ths twist. Tha twist untwisting Untwists the twist That Is, when It's twisted with any other twin than MARSHALL'S. i