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TIDE TABLE FOR SEPT. 1896. Till', LKAIHIUJC KTHIKK. '.' i'I'i.. ,.'.".l.i!.'L" "'""'"'V"1 ift i.i iti i,u i ti.nr u. iii.i. hi cia im u ih. .11. Ill hnikillwti.i. liiH.lrul M. lli ,!.,., VI..IIIII.I,I ii.aniii.ll, . .,,i uj In,.. tu .III Iw (In. u ! ' ' L'f lKi' """ "I"" " "" ('" l l.iliil(il HiranUiml lit UniKKUC. ...r. !.,.,. M.,,,11,., niif l-fklfl' iton f Tt .ml Minn... Vmii lire Aurri.floii .umwIw slid ' 1 I . I I I I MANIIOOD fnom4 la mn Ml hrvn r, II.. all " , rTT" u K" " .. Hustler's Twentieth St. Good Reason Why Lots ...Are Selling... 1 1 L. ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO. 48a Bond Street. I'ltorKMHIONAL CAHUa II. A HMITU. DKNTIHT. lloomi t and I, Tythlan UullJln, ovarr C. II. Coor atora. Hit. O. U. EHTKH, I'HYHK'IAN AND 8UHGK0N. ixclal atlantlun to dl.iaaia ( woman ami .urg.rjr. Offlc over Dangler! atora. Aalorta. T.Ihona No. U. JAY Tl'TTl.K. U. V., phyhician. nritoKON and ACVOUCHEUIl. Offloa, room, f aixt a, Iythln Bulldln. fliMira. It to II and I to 1 Itaaldaooa, 4 Clr atrMt. JOHN T. LIGHTER. ATTORN KT-AT-LAW. (Mot, upatalra, Aalorlan Ilulldlnc. II. T. CIKWUT. ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW. M Cominarclal atroat. J. Q A. ItOWMIY. ATlVltNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Offlra on HonJ atraat. Aatorla, Or. 4. N. Iol.h. Itli hard Nlioa Oi(or V. Ifcilph. IHUJ'II. NIXON DOM'!!, ATT0IINEY8 AT IJkW. I'nrtlunil, Oron, 14. tS. H and IT, Hamilton llutliliiif. All lcJ and ool Inrilun hu.ln aa irontfptly att.ndod to. C'lalma alnat tho (ovarnmant a apa- clalty. SOCIETY WEKT1N08. TKMPI.R IX1DOW NO. t. A. F. and A. M. lingular rominunlt'allona bald on th rfrat and third Tuvaday avanlnf of aach month. U. W. I.OUN8IIEKRY, W. M. K. C. IIOI.DEN. 8ratary. M ISCKLLAN KOl'8. W. C. CA8HELL. DEALER IN REAL ESTATE. Notary Public C16 Bond Street. oiiDDD poison -v-SA 5PECI ALT YS I I Hr. lliiliit 'iiln. VnurntiUpntnl J Stlliafr..nia prlta ulnlnr Mill (uarnn Jty. IfTinii'r f. rlnrimiebtiMWrfwillonn mMjf trurlUMiny rillniilf.ieinlliitoltiill...i;d iKirhr..i(a'i""t" Kruuh.vouiiniiiirr- I111111111 iwi.ii.ii. . - "- ..I.nm. Till. ll.4inrt ha. Rlw.vtl ImlllMl ihraklll ol Iho iaol piuln.'iit pliy.l. .'i iT .iito,UtM (wiiiinl Iwhinl mir nnciiiiHi j7b. wyatt, Phon. No. 6 A.torla, Oragon Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Groceries, Provisions, HAINT8 and OILS. Ipaclal AtUntlon Paid to Supplying Ship.. THE ABOVE PICTURE DOES NOT REPRESENT . A paaaengar train on tha Chlcaxo, Mil waukee and St. Paul Railway. No. Ita tarlna are vaatlbuled, heater by ateam, and lighted by electricity. Each Bleep car berthjiaa an eleatrlo reading lamp. Ita dining cara are tha beat In tha world, and Ita ooaohea are palaoea on wheel a, Thla great railway, connecting aa It doea with all tranacontinental llnea at SL Paul and Omaha, aaaurea to tha tarvellng publlo the beat aervlca known. Tlcketa via tha Chicago, Milwaukee and St Paul linllway are on aale at all railroad ticket ofncea to any point In the United Btatea or Canada. For mapa, foldera and other curv. iiiiai'iial'ttiriiraininj'iiin.rMiiy ilmpltM. Copier 4'olornl M"'t lilrara 011 oul. IL la inn HwniMlnrjf Ml. !(! I OISON i(iotirni.'UnirB. Woaaii;llin"lhatl- null flilinlltiiiifn t lit world for A Information, addreaa. C. J. EDDT, Oenaral Avent, J. W. CASEY, Portland, Or. Trav. Paaa and Tkt. Agent. Portland, Or. RESTORED vjcr.rx TM M..V - !' l lmi m M . I- - IamWmkTm ll.an4. aNl ..,.... ha f im la O. (. C mm r . i-.. i.u -. J. W. CONN, Agent Astoria. Astoria rind MeKee Ave. ftitmitotl on tho south side of Axiom's hilln. Twenty (lt'Krct'8 warmer and vi'gi'tiitiuti '.10 days in iidvnnco cf tint North Hide. Mitsui fk'i'iit niton for rcs idencon, overlooking rivr and hay, sunny and nliol- JOusy and natural radH; littlo or no grading needed . I871 l9! Lubricating OILS A Specialty Brothers, Sell ASTORIA Sliip Chandelery, llanlware, Iron & ?U'el, Coal. Groceries A Provisions, Flour A Mill Feed, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggers Supjilis, Fairbanks Scales. Poorn it Windows, Agricultural Implement Wagons & Vehicles. A. V. ALLEN, DEALER IN Groceries, Flour, FeeJ, Provisions, Fruits Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and PiateJWare. Loggers' Supplies. Cor. Taalb and Commercial atrcoU. Emil Schacht ARCHITECT GEO. NIC0LL, Assistant. OFFICE: Kopp'sNew Brewery eiviira. TRana OlSlCN PATaariL COPVBIOMTa. ..r iiinimi.iiiniMUiq rrn. II.IMIIKmiK wrlw to MI NN It CO., atl lliuuliw.r. Mw Vo. rl.lmii htirran f( wvuruui punu In Aiwrlil, l.virr pntrnt ukrn out l.y ui I. Iiriut;lil lMfura Urn putiUo by uoiioaatTvii traa ox obanre la uia Urvcrt clmil.tlnn of enr -lnUno paper tn the WiinO. aiil.nili.lly illii.tniuxl, N ul.'llli:i in ni.n .houl.l 1.1 wIUkhj, tt, Wwklr, g.'I.OOa timriaiAidmnmitliK A.t.lrr. MtiSN cJu niiiiHiniia. HOI Uruadway. Ham Vork City, .SNAP A KODAK. at any mini coming out ot our .lore and you'll gut portrait of a man brimming vr wl in plriwant tlioujtute. Much quality In the liquors we have to offer are enmutli to plcane any man. COME AND THY THEM HUGHES & CO. ROSS HIGGINS & CO Orocers, : and : Butchers Aatorla and Upper Aatorla Fin. T.a. and CoITm., Tabl. Dellcac'.., Doai.itlt and Tropical Fruit.. V.ubl, Sugar Curtd Ham., Bacon, Etc, Choice Fresh and Salt Meats. Beaver Hill . Gilman Coal ...Try It For Family or Steam Purposes. CLEAN... Reasonable In Price ELMORE, SANBORN & CO. Agent., Aatorla. k Solentltlo American Ageney fora 1 aw -r w M t&jr- 1 H i r tJlW WAfKM. A. . " , I'. H." HATK. !h.iu n ih. iii ft ! ii in it ii in u. Miiliinluy l!MI.Vi7.l 117'; .MI . Muwliiy ,, 'ti n .'l 7 ! ll (hi .' .4i.l Mniiiliiy,. ;i. 0 In j.n limm.n ii.i, mi 7H-II Tiiiwliit'., tl u l 7.1 , I l"i .l ! 5 H i 7n.o'j Wi ilnml l. i I ;i 7.11 i I l , 1 .11 .'.'i 117 . J Tliiii.iluyl.'i l ii.-i ' .. x l ' 7 M I nfi'if, Kn.ln),. U, i.)..r. j 2 Hi; 4,1 I l. mint 1 III. i III -2..I. !!H, -I4. tc. IiiiIiiW itii, ( IniiiKi of Mixiii- 'V. I '- r. 7, Itrw Mihhi. M, I Ir.l r. VI, Cull Mkiii. MATTI2I1H MAI IINI3 Mov.m.nU of VinMla mt Mom antl lilwior. Tint llirni- limiitwl IuimImt arlwuner riuin-iT ttirlVfil In pirrt yMitrily am) wiiit t Kiihii(iim fur 1'imlliiif. Th lilllnli Imrk )MlK"rnni fundi!, I.'l iluy from TnliN- H'mU, Houth Af rlia, hitIvimI In Imllimt yplirlay. Th lirlilNh ulilp LlnilKufiiriK-, 111 liny from llitnliey, wllh hIoiid bnllunl, nnlvi-il In port yMli-nluy. Klin report IIkIH wIiiiIh am an unevrntful voyiigr T'iu Imr Iuk lti'llcf la at prem-nt iiMiurvil on tllr Iiiiiit nl'lf of Ihr O. It. unit N. Cn.'a ctiH k H tirr ah la IwIiik iiil.miiv) wllh a n- coal of paint. IUr trim form ami arareful llm-a appiur to Ullml ailvantaar wln-r aim Ilea, aua-M-nilil, aa It -r l.y the txiw am) Klurn llni'a, Hhlrh a-urv )ir to the lot h on th one haii'l ami tti railroad trvntln on thn otlirr. Th I'a.lllc Mall ntcuiuililp City of Hydnry K'it In laat nlttht from I'aiinina ami mii hnml In I lie atreain. Thla inornlnK ahc will be hoarded by the i un ran tine ollli i-r, and aa there la no alcknraa aboard .he will land at Iht 1ih k. An (iltlccr of the vpiH atatcd that rvcrythliiK (itilct mi the (Vn trnl Ainerlian roa.t and that nothing of any Important 1. (Miurrri-d on the vraa(l during her puaaug" up thv count. -'all. The acliooticr Aloha arrive! In Han FraiM'laiKi Hunday fvcnlna: from the llauallun lalaiula. In latitude 3? north and loiigltudo it went, ahe apoke the Krltlah ahlp 1'ruinro.k. bound from London to Vancouver. The people aboard the ahlp had not arm a veeacl for four tnoiilha and the Aloha n a lilraan) alitht to them. A boat with newapaperi and fruit waa avnt to them from the mhiNinrr and the delighted aeamen cave thrre hearty llrltlsh chrera for the Yankee craft and tha Htara and Ktrlpea. Captain Vogel and the crew of the rh.Hiner H. Ianltaon were ahaklng handa with each other and exchanging cmgratulationa for reaching port alive when that veaael glided through the Oi!irn (late today, aaya the Han Fran-pIim-o Examiner. The achiKiner waa caught In a gale off Point Ueyea laat Thuraday on' her way down the coaat with a cargo of bark. She nearly went to the bottom. Kven aa It waa every li.t and bolt waa atralne.1. and the achiMtner'a entire drckload of bark waa torn from Ita laahlnga and blown Into the aca. Alxiut alxty cords were loal. The mate had a narrow em ape from iM'Ing waahed ovcrlxxinl. lie waa caught by a heavy aea that wanhed ver the veaael. He aaved hlmaclf by clinging to the foivmajit. Captain Vo gel aaya the gale did not laat very long, but while It waa at Ita worm It exeerilcd anything of the kind he had iioountered for years. A Chilian ayndlcate la reported to be preparing for a ecrvlce of ateam tuga to tow aalllng veanela through the Strulta of Mugellan, aaya the Ledger Tuga tn bp aulllclent for the arrvlce would have to be auttlclently powerful to pick jip ahlpa well out at aea and low them through the straits to a good oHling on the other aide, aaya a marine Journal. It waa also believed that there w ould be no tow Ihr to the east ward through the atraita, aa ahlpa com ing down tht Paclllc. count would rare ly get clone (.iiough to Cape Pillar to be picked up, and would not go to the xpenau of towing In that direction anyway, aa there are generally Talr wimla,. Another great dlandvantnge of the towing aervtce there would be the price of coal, but a auKgeatlon of this paper waa Indorsed by the cuptnlna aa fciiHlble, thut each ahlp could carry in deck enough coal to supply the tug thut towed her for the whole dlstmice. Kvery captain spoken to favored the Idea of utilizing the phkshkc through the atriilta when bound westward If It could be accomplished. Mis. Thorold's little tuK Kthcl 11 ml Mitrlon, which wan sunk nt her 111001 Iiiks uloiiKHiile of I'tilon street whiirf early Sntutiliiy inorntng, was raised that siune evening. The accident wus caused by the engineer, J'avld Linden, leuvltiK the water from the dock hy drant to run Into the vessel's tnnks while he took a stroll tip tow n. He re turned ami went to bed, forgetting till about the tug, und when she was full of water she went down In the bay. Mrs. Thorold employed Captain White law to lift her bout up Into daylight. The veteran wrecker, sympathizing with the unfortunate woman, raised the vessel, only charging J125, Just enough to cover the actual expenses of sending down a diver to secure the sunken hull with chains and hoist her to the surface. Yesterday the hands of the tug were busy getting her clean ed out and In shape for work again. The hatch covers, skyllghU and In fact everything movable about the deck, hadtloated away and were lost. As Linden la a single man and has no one depending upon him for support, It Is the feeling along the front that he would do a graceful and manly act if he would turn to and pay that 1125 bill. He either permitted the water to run unchecked Into the vessel until she went down, or If some malicious per son turned on the water, aa he lntl matters, he waa criminally negligent In leaving the hose and couplings fixed to the hydrant Instead of removing them to the t (Mi! house, as he has always done before. Call. ROYAL DaKtng Powder. Highest ot all la leavening Strength. V. S. aov.rnm.nt Report ! it Kiti WAir.ii. ; j A.N. , CM. i Hun Krunclsoo Rullcllii. Tin. re la a leaaon to American la borer 11 nd labor union In the strike of the sliver milium of La lvlllii, which culminated thla morning In such an outbreak of law h'sama. aa doea not often churni h rixe American Imluntrlal progress. The ellver mine owners, the gentlemen who are working so hard t' secure Out election of Hryun arid the ninicl merit of fr'(. coliiaxu legislation In their own Intcrrat, tha gentlemen who demand the votes of the mcrnhera of lalii-r unions, do not hesitate. It .(ems, to rail out mllltla when their right to oppress labor la assailed, nor to sImmiI down the men who demand a fair day'a wage for a fair day's work. This trouble, be It bourne In mind, did not occur In an Kiiatern stale. It waa In Colorado, the home of Teller and of llryanlsm, the atate which of all others Initiate that Ita peculiar Industry ahull be conserved at the national expense, the atate In the van of the sectional fight of the Ilryanltcs. Thn union acale of wagea In Lead-villi-, we are told, waa S3 a day for everybody prior to When the price of ellver dropid below 60 i-enta an ounce the working miner., being In earnest In their belief that their proa perlty depended upon the restoration of the prlca, and believing the repre sentation, of the mine-owners that they could not operate save at a loaa, agreed that 12. Ui should lie accepted fr ' some claKaea of work until sliver should return to M rents an ounce. Then a atrange thing happened. It! waa discovered that, even at the low price of silver, many of the mines still j puld large dividends. The miners had I been deceived by the representations of the mine-owners, and they resented; the deception. They Were ground down, oppressed, compelled to toll and moll and suffer, while the millionaire owners of silver mines grew richer, revelling In luxury. It waa seiii that thn mine- ow ner loved the laborer In the mines ! only for the profit he could get out of j him. Ixies It not follow that he loves the laborer at other avocations only for j the good he ran get out of him? ! If there ever was a Just strike of la-. bor In the world It waa the strike at Leadvllle three munthe ago, when 3000 men declared their right to a fair ahare 1 of the results of their labor. And yet : there waa not and has not been the j remotest approach to fairness In the ) position taken by the silver mine own- j era. They have brought In labor In I defiance of the union and its scale of ! wages, and the output of the mines ' now Is 12(10 tons of sliver dally, against j 2000 tons before the strike began. The j mlne-ownera, naturally, have been In creasing the output aa fast aa they could. They have been spending their J millions to bring about the election ot , llryan and a free coinage congress, and they have felt a natural desire to! be In a position to take advantage of i the market which they have honed to, create for silver with the aid of the votes of deluded worklngmen. They have appealed to class feeling In other stairs, while they stood ready to call out the mllltla of Colorado to shoot the men at home who would not submit to their dictation. Now a strike la a lamentable thing, under any circumstances. It is doubly to be lamented w hen the mob spirit la aroused, and when men maddened be- . "Messrs. Wells & Richardson, Burllng yond reason blindly destroy property j ton, Vt.: to Injure the pockets of thoee they can- j "Dear Sirs: My daughter and I have not reach In person. Nevertheless the been using your Paine's Celery Com allver mine owners of Leadvllle Bhould pound this spring with moat beneficial lie consistent. If tlasa war is a good . results. thing outalde of Colorado, If insecurity i "Those In an over-fatigued condition of property la desirable In other states, 'will And It a gentle satmulant and an w hy should their property be made ae- cure by the government? The appeal I to labor on behalf of free silver would be more worthy of respect If the most I dlstlngulHhed of the Hryanltes showed ; a dlsHwlUon to abide by the logical re- suits of their own teachings. Ct'ltK A l'OLI IN ONE IIAV, Take laxative llromo Quinine Tablets. All druKgiats refund the money If It falls to cure. 25c. For sale by Chas. Hogers, Druggist. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. Notice Is hereby given, that the part ncrshlp heretofore existing between , Sam E. Harris and Charles Wright, of 1 Astoria, Oregon, under the firm name ' of Harris & Wright, has been by mu-: tual consent, this day dissolved, the , said Sam E. Harris continuing the said ' business, collecting all of the outstand ing accounts and paying all the debts ' of aald linn. j Dated thla 1st day of September. 1S9G. j SAM. E. HARRIS, . CHAS. WRIGHT. I OASTOniA. TltflJ- liB 1. Ii es Bputur. ma nrf vupp a! PORTLAND EXPOSITION. The White Collar Line will have round trip tickets on sale, to Portland, September 23d and 2-lth, and October Gth and 7th, at one fare for the round trip. Tickets good going only on date of sale, and good returning within ten days from date of sale. Tickets good on steamers T. J. Potter, Bailey Gat sert, R. R. Thomp8on and Telephone. Many a day's work Is lost by sick headache, caused by Indigestion and stomach troubles. DeWltt's Little Early Risers are the most effectual pill for overcoming such difficulties. Chas. Rogers, Druggist. OUR CORNER. A gentleman's resort, at corner Bond and 11th streets. The finest brands ot liquors and cigars always on hand. Call and try ua. ANDERSON PETKRSON. Use Webfoot Corn Cure. No cure no pay. For sale at Es-tes-Conn Drnsr Store. Th. beat chemical compound for wean ing powder Is "Soap Foam,", aa It will not "yellow the clothes," nor burn th. hands. It's the finest thing In the world for th. bath. On. trial wlU con vino, you. Wife of the Great Republican Leader Adds Her Testimony to Thai of Thousands of Others for Paine's Celery Compound. ' Among the testimonials received this year by the proprietors of the greatest of all remedies, Paine's celery coin- pound, are found many, as usual, from ; families of national reputation. i One of these Is the following sincere 'statement that bears the signature of Agnes B. Quay, the wife of the Hon. Matthew S. Quay, United States sena- 'tor, from Pennsylvania, whom Penn- sylvania so urgently named for the presidency at St. Louis: ; "Washington, May 15, 1896. I excellent tonic, and I add my testimony ' r" mmTmmmTZ? FT A ARKTIVn ' ' A A3 1 ""'Vl'XU, QENERAL CONTRACTOR, HOUSE, BRIDGE AND CDHflRF BUILDER HOUSE MOVER. Horn ASTORIA 1 Moving TooU tor Rent. OREGON ASTORIA PUBMC LIBRARY READING ROOM FREE TO ALL Open every day from t o'clock to IJI and t:K to : p. m. Subscription rates H per annum. S.W. COR. ELEVENTH As DUANS 8TS ASTORIA IRON WORKS I CoaroBUySt..footof Jnck.on. Astoria I i General Machinists and Boiler Makesr i Land and M.rln. Enrln... Boiler work. Steaa- j boat and Cannery Work a Spclalry. Catting, of All Dnerlpttont Mad. 10 Ori.t oa 1 Short Notice. j John fox.... President and Superintendent A. L. Fox Vice President 1 O. B. Prael Secretary j First National Bank. Treasurer ; Job Printing The Astorlan invites attention to its Job Printing Department TRY US' Go to Elmore, Sanborn's office and se. machine. Take along some of th. twines "as good as Marshall's," In your pocket, and teat them. Then aea how much more Marshall's will stand. It's money In your pocket and flab. In your net to And out their new and handsome twin, testing ,to others without reluctance." The relative merits and efficiency of Paine's celery compound in making people well la clearly shown In the j character of the people who today rely on It to cure Insomnia, nervoua debll- Itv. persistent headaches and a run down condition. It is the power of repair of the tis sues that makes Paine's celery com pound the great savor of life that it Is. It brings Just the needed nutriment to the distracted nerve tissues all over the body and Increases the volume of healthy blood so that a breaking down of some vital part is averted. While taking Paine's celery compound there Is a general building up of the deep lying tissues alt over the body, and a throwing off of unsound elements that clog and Interfere with Its healthy ac tivity. TILLAMOOK NEHALEM I MaLIlrllrfl-ail AND OTHER COAST POINTS 1 iQTPAMFDs 0 1 CrtHlCKO R. P. Elmore W. H. Harrison Augusta.... .ALL.. OPEN FOR SPECIAL CHARTER - Sailing date, to and from Tillamook and Nehalem depend upon the weather. I For Freight, and Passenger Rates Apply To ! ELMORE, SANBORN & CO. AGENTS R, 0. ft N. CO., Agents, Portland. ENGLISH CAPITAL FOR AMERICAN INVESTMENTS. Important to Americans seeking Eng lish Captlal for new enterprisea. A Bat containing th. names and addraesjes ot 350 aucceasf ul promoters who nave placed over 100,000,000 Storting In Foreign In vestment, wlohta the last six years, and over 08,000,000 for tbe seven months of 1S95. Prtoa, 5, or $25, pay Able by postal order to tho London and Universal Bu-I Overcoats and winter wraps will be la reau of Investors, 20, Oneapside, London,! fashion. They can be discarded, tempor E. C. Subscribers wil be entitled, by ar-j arlly while traveling in the steam-heated rangement with tha directors to receive j trains ot the Chicago, Milwaukee and St either personal or letters of introductoln to any of these suoceesf id promoters. This Ilex. Is first daas in every respect, and every man or firm whose name ap pear therein may b depended upon. For placing she following it will be' found Invaluable Bonds or Shares of Io- duatriaC. Commercial and Financial con cern.. Mortgage loans, 8al of Lands Patents or Mines. Directors: SIR EDWARD C. ROSS, HON. WALTKR C. PEPYS. CAPT. ARTHUR STIFFS. Coprrsstst QUAY The story of the discovery and Un paralleled success of Paine's celery compound is the story of a high pur. pose, steadfastly followed; the reward for the life-long study of the nervous system in health and disease. Profes sor Edward E. Phelps discovery la th laboratory of the Dartmouth Medical school proved a monumental work In the art of dealing ' successfully with many diseases that were up to that time held to be obstinate of cure. To day rheumatism and neuralgia, heart palpitation and nervous dyspepsia are taken in hand by Paine's celery com pound with the absolute assurance of freeing the system of them entirely. In this greatest of all remedies there Is hope for every person distressed by symptoms of dyspepsia. Impure blood, falling vigor or low nervous condition. Agents Wanted $IS8M LIFEo'M'KINLEY And HOBART, Republican Candidates for president and vice-president, by RobL P. Porter, the noted Journalist present editor of the Cleveland World, and tnlllmate friend of McKINLEY for twenty years. Absolutely the only au thentic LIFE OF McKINLEY publish ed. For more than two years in prep aration, and the only work that has receiver the endorsement of MaJ. Mc Klnley and his most intimate friends. No book equal to It aa a seller. Every body wants the book published at McKinley's home. Porter's book sells Our agents are clearing from S10 to (20 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 (8tamP taken) as an evidence i of good faith, which amount will be ' refunded with agent's first order, if It I Is only for one book, making OUTFIT I 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. X TWISTER. A twister In twisting May twist him a twist, For In twisting a twist Three twists make a twist: But if one of the twists Untwists from the twist, The twist untwisting Untwists the twist That Is, when It's twisted with any other twin, than MARSHALL'S. FROM NOW UNTIL SPRING Paul Hallway. For solid comfort, for speed and for safety, no other line can com par. with this great railway ot tha West FIRE ALARM BOXES. Box 5 Trulllnger's M11L Box 8 Astor and Seventh street. Box 7 Ninth and Duane. Box 8 Commercial and Fifteenth. Box 9 Clatsop Mill. Box 12 Car Stables. Box 14 McGregor's Mill.