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THK DAILY ASTOIUAN, Fill DAY MoilMNM, APRIL HO, 1807.
JOHNT. LIGHTER, Editor. Telephone No. . TKKMH Or Bl'IIHCRIPriON. DAILY. Bent by mull, per year $6.00 Bent by mail, per month W Berved by carrier, per month WEEKLT. Bent by mall, per year $2 In advance. Postage free to subscribers. AH communications intended for publi cation should be directed to the editor. Business communications of all kinds and remittances must be addressed to The Astorlan. The Astorlan guarantees to its sub crlbers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. Advertising rates ran be had on appli cation to the business manager. The Weekly Astorlan, the second old est weekly In the state of Oregon, has, mtxi to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest weekly circulation In the state. John F. Handley & Co. are our Port land agents, and copies of the Astorlan an be had every morning at their stand, 1-4 Third street. ftntely prater than they were elthrrj in 1SJ, m or ISM. In 1SSJ there was I no republican majority In the senate, I the membership being composed of 5" republicans, 37 democrats, 1 Independ ent tDavId Davie.) and 1 readjunter (William Mahone), The latter, however, acted and voted with the republicans, ind his intluenoe was potential In shnp lnr several provisions of the aot In j ISM the rvpubl loans hnd a fair working i ,- "Astorlaa" hereby offr to donate NKIHO'URED DOLLARS to St. Mary's Mpttal, payable demand to Father Dialaa-a, whenever legal evldeac I pro duced showing that any afternoon newe fjnper nabllahed In Aitarla has printed within ths last ninety day expiring be fore this offer a single "special" or oAher hind of "telegraphic pre report," received ever the wires entering either f the telegraph office la Astoria, from any point oaulde of Oregon. Astoria, Or., October IB, 18M. According o a report recently issued by the United States Bureau of Edu cation, the increase in the number and usefulness of public and semi-public li braries has been steady, despite the gen- uutjorlty, and the report of the confer-j onoe committee tin the tariff bill was j carried by a majority of sis votes. d.'- i spite lle dofWitlon of Senators Psdd.x-k. ! PettUrrew and Plumb, who voted wl!h I the democrats. In lS'M the democrats' had a plural'ty of seven v.-Jv astd a I majority of thrtv votes over all. a:ni ! everyNvly remembers the gvamlals which attended the tariff legislation of th:tt year. In I?? no. party has a m: lonty. and the si:untloi res inlve tl'ftt of li-Sit. but s besot with far greater dlmeultloi a:id worse pfrpl 'Xltles. N'o t.triiT bill t.tn le passed with. Hit the solid support of the- republican, .tided by the vo:e. of several swiat. rs who iv lonsvr coivsidor themselves vr are regarded by others as members of the republican party. It was very considerate of the Tvnnt. vaal to imiiio to the front Just as Knit land Ix'R'W to draw out of the Cretan trouble In order that she mlitht not he overcome by feetl'ig of ennui and lassitude. I Spring full of terrors to all t hose , constitution W not able to resist the ; sudden changes of temperature ami other Insalubrities of the sttm. To ' put the system In condition to over come those '., nothing Is o effective as Ayor's Saitnprilla. Take It new. As usual, Astoria people are behind hand In relstert:ig their objivtions to ; the work of the dredger Ladd under the ' appropriation made by congress for improving the Astoria harbor." As a matter of fact, congress has made no ; appropriation 0 improve A? tori bar- i bor. but It might have done so If the Astoria, chamber of commerce, or the ! peopte who live and do bustnera here, j had own alive to their intere.ts at the proper time. The appropriation ' that the Ladd tat now expending was ' made for the improvement of the Co-1 lumbla river "below Tongue Point." and if Captain Flake elects so to do, he may ; Br autifut eyrt grow dull tnd dim A t- wilt rr strat sway. Beautiful, uritlowy torm ao slim l.or tait tt with cvrry day. But hr still i qurtn aud halh chaima t lrc Who wrars youth's coronal bcautttul hair. Preserve Your Hair and you preserve your youth. "A woman is as old as she looks," says the world. No Toman looks as old as she is if her hair has preserved its normal beauty. You can ketp hair from falling out, restoring its normal color, or restore the normal color to gray or faded hair, by the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. 1 The claims of th,we l;'ivn h ovIilMd r at the World's l-Vr-but I! Ki't worth while. There Is only a Hide honor, a little principle, a little doco-ivy Invoke I, and what doos that iinoun! to wh-n wcighe 1 In the tuilamv ugAinnt ;i.0iM? i IVrt Wt'hfont i'oni Ciu-c. No cure ik ja,v. Kor sale 1 1 s-tcs-l'ouu Pnur Sttirc ! A New York u.pi-r puMlihe tli In' ; formation that It takes I.'.Vihhi to tliis a i woman fashlonnhly and ki-i-p her In a j happy state of mind I: Is a M,tMM i thing that so many women can r.fivtu ully iMnoiNil tit lr unhspplue.-s. faenn'tlBaitl. IHditllVVl nuwavM n narsntend let flute ail narroua die- eas.UPhMWiat.miory,Iianiitltrlu Power, Usailaolie, Waka. VWm 11 W1WW III "HWPjn w i Hmm Wa o.ti - - - tton, youtlifuiorroro. eieeaal us ol lnhaens oiUuin Of sUnu laiiU, whlotl lead lo lullruilty, OmieiiititloHor litMiilly. Oan bsnuYlod In ml wH-kot. l wr l.. t .r l.y mail Pivpakfc Olrmiilstr lit agvula, TUltd aud VauiluU lie., ISwtiaud, Ofc J. W. CONN, Agent Astoria. 0 TO-BAG'W'GIJREiS iter l.(HiHiKt,aaild. SViIpu.i (item Haixwef Imlealrer ,no.ilf ttr lnNtnsilnan? lurm. K.ti.w,v Ip lh,tHrvaie.i uitrv,i-fNMt IimIii fferliV Alailf inlli SIik,mmu III Hi data aiut tl i mi. lo lr o.u Mm w,kk oiiiini ninn athuiii. ilw n ii.uii,'0,., ,uMira Ink. tuillt lii.t s . mip.'I vou toWi ,v v itiii oat. tor a euri, l iuMiUtily uritMitM,l lr iltuiiUia xhi'te. S " I n trwe amok . no iiit a tli. ,r Ikh'iIi'I ' tvn t pii'iMipIt a'"! suioli ttuir l.ifn Awa.' wrio.ui Muatauin anJ vmTttHil'KgU.UHiaiiii vu., iMiousu or new lerh. Bold and Cimmntood by ('has. Hogcrs, PniKgiaL i When any art -f the t dy Isn't doing ; the work that nature Intended It to d It puts the whole system out of tune ;out of harmony, flckmss In one par: ' of the 1hI- Is likely to run Into al ; ports of tin- body. When children stand a row of bricks on end, they i kivH-k the whole row down by upsetting lone brick. That is exactly what hap : loiw to the health when the b-w 'Is fall to perform their proper fum-tkwui. Con- st I pat Ion nutk trouble all along the . - - line puts the liver out f order. Is A leiirslativ weetllnir machine tn idnek bad for the kidneys bad for the slom- hHraily exhaust ever Penny of theout alKut two-thlrda of the bills that : he. It ho Ma In the body itols.tiious j:0.000 approtiriation in dredging out . ,, stite igistaturea one of the matter, and lHr.tum It cannot .t any lai else. It gets Into the blood. The blood curries It all over the system. That makes sluggishness, lassitude, I Mid breath and foul taste In the mouth, tills the stomncho with gas nnd causes windy belching, stops digestion In the stomache. causes sour stomni'he, heitrt- btirn and headache, tou can ax-old all that portkvn of Portland's ship channel nt, tta of the day. wn ion twa oexween Maninoms cannery and Tvwgue FMlnt. It may occur to; sitmeKxiy who Is Interested In Astoria! o<Otl 5ea aIt lor UatllS at one of these days to pay some attention ; the LsteS-COMl Vng Store to matters of legislation pending at ! 10c and 25c per package. Washington, which might tend to bene-! fit or Injure Astoria, but so far no one "H:Uf a slan of W" steer- will era! basiness depression of the last four; has manifested the slig-htest concern M no nu4r faU1 results than a lr,)Ut,,. for Ir. llerce s Pleastuit u-. rrt i . . r v ... . . . i ..... .. I.... .., ..... U L-.. . ' 1 . 1. H .. . 1 je . i rte grow-in 01 sucn iiuranes in u what congress might be Induced to t;'"i" u w w rh. ttoo hh th the T'nKed States has ben remarkaMe : a0 for the benefit of the onlv seanort lin'1 ,u:'s deuses, Ayer's Cherry TeC' and the increase In the use of them has ! n the wlvJe state of Oregon. ! torial is the In-st remnly. It Is Invol- been not less wonderful. Many per-iini ! ; uaUe in casv ot ctvtup, whwfpins believed that the cheapening of the cos: i THE BLESSINC5 OK STRONG of books, while it s-Jmulated the read-j NVrve8 s mrabe, , y use of Ing taste nnd capacity of the peopK i n.in-mi rtltiv.. h..t hv r-M.. t , oiugh, hrxnchltis, and la grippe. would detract from the use and use- effectual tonic treatment. Opiates and fu'ness of public libraries, and many th . HVa .,,.,, rtnlv w. n. au. more feared that the tremendous flood , iu&h and tht.n as 9parlnglv as p,! of cheap, not to say unwhoieme and j b ViKOPOUa qul,. ones, rkious. 'niterature" that has poured an(, he moet dre, ,0 them from the priming presses during the' , . ,n ths, vilaJ .-.-,.. last few years would produce the same! , . ,,. rh -nereies I Stomach Bitters, will be found all-suf- Miss Mary Mannerlng. the Nntutlful leading woman of the Empire Theatre Stock Comiany, has that particularly rare hair which Is a cross between gold and bronie In tint. Points Cl'ltK const Ipatlon and its at tondant evils. Send ;i cvnts In one-c pp. It. V. Pierce, Buffalo, Medical Adviser." It is n Ix-ok ..f loon pjig s. profusidy Illustrated. u0Z$$h MANunnn RFSTnRFn;.r,5;. Klh -1r-V r HiniiiiwvH iiiw i wiibwviiM,ui.u,.ii. l:.V Z!r& h W ? a H"n ol ' KtfwU loraliii.HI qiiuklr rate w ,( all urr L.'t U I rT ' f ilW" ,"' 'uve v'K-'i. I Manh.-V tlJ. ' V lii-MMiiUvlllnalllUie lat' , "einlnel KhiIm ln Nnrrnn IMilllla 11 I iV. T Vftk I'lini'lea, rX'nntnwM I" Martjr, Kllwiatln llralna, Varm-la a. 1.4 V- J V - tviitliiallin. It aleii U li"as hr la nr iilalil l,nt ik lU X. J . Wllk'h II l.,l.hMrk.l !.! l.,HnMHi,.iHh.u ....I 11 It !l -UUuiMulUaa UmUim, iU P3 BtrORC ana ArTtll f !'. '''".Lil!i:L".,:,.r.-..?:.V U- at, ni ,ti ...".. j. ,, . m i s 1 1 wak iraan The ri iuun anirirera are tiol run-l nr - """f I ' r in w ' r.laltil. Cl'l'l UKN K la Iha only kmien r-mnlr run without an imllui. SuMMilnKuii. 1 A willlm tuiriit-t'TOai"t mnnvr mini-! If all hli- iliwe nut lllwt a HUUuiM.Iut LiWatHii, ai frx-.bv mall, nMar'mii'ln,"lr-'l laaUmwilela, ('HAS ItOUKHH. 4&I Ciimmerclal Htre-(. Hustler's Astoria Twentieth St. nnd McICee Ave. Good Reason Why Lots ...Are Selling... Situatoti on tlm Hotith dido of AHtoria'n hilla. Twonty tlt'rtH warmtT ami vogt'tation l0 daye in advance of the North (ido. Magnificent niten for ren idenecs, overlooking river and hay, minny and nhel tcred. Easy and natural grades; little or no grading needed. ASTORIA INVESTMENT CO. 483 Bond Street. snri Beaver Hill u Gittnan Coal Welding and graduation whlt-ness Is, U'ing displaywl In rure mat-rtals. TO CI RC A COLTl IX OX( DAY. Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. 1 All druggists refund the money If it pily. neither the belief nor the fearj flctwt fo p'urptee em mWiy , fails to cure. 25c. For sal. by Chas. The total number of public society! amllation of food, so' .w and school libraries reoorted last vear I ..... . . . . , I "at - . . tnat xne ooay is insurea lis aue amount of nourishment, and consequently of 7.192, oont&ining an aggregate of M.5S6.I58 bound volumes and 5.444.7S8 Rheumatic tendenclea and af. onbound pamphlets. Of the total num-, f)on, of the kld,.. bladder - Deror noranes reportea. c-nea rt by the Bitters, which a mania American girls have i for chocolate! Confectioners say that they sell more soda and candy of that i flavor than all the others put together. A felt want Is that gnawing at the stomache ufter you have eaten a full meal, nnd can't oat any more, and yet there Is that feeling as though yu had eaton nothing. What Is wonted then Is a de of Simmons Uver Regulator, the best Pyspejwda cure, for tluit Is what that gnawing means. Simmons Liver ltcgulator Is all that la recom mended for Indigestion." A. U. DycV, London, Ky. .Try It 1,000 or more volumes each, the total amounting to 33,054,87! volumes, and M44.7S8 pamphlets, and 3.158 contained from 300 to 1,000 volumes each. In 1S91 the total number of libraries reportl.igj 1.000 or more volumes each was 3.VH, i containing in the aggregate 5.90,H3 volumes. The increase of volumes has Is besides a thorough medicinal stimu lant, infinitely purer than the raw ex citants of- commerce, which react In- I Juriously upon the nervous system. When the spring time comes, gentle j Annie, like all other sensible persons, I will cJmumo the liver and renovate been about 27 per cent, and of Bbrartesl syete jwitt's Little Early -bout 15 P" j Risers, famous little pills for the liver ' I and stomach all the year round. Croup and whonping cough are childhood's terrors: but like pneu monia, bronchitis, and other throat and lung troubles, can be quickly cured by using One Minute Cough Cure. Charles Rogers. ' The Major having remarked that n t one of his rablnet offers had been de clined, it would le well for certain statosmen to em f.irward and explain what they have b.-n boasting about. For Family or Steam Purposes. imo DP POM l.KHAt. AOVKHTIHKMICNTH. NOTK'W Ol' I'lXTKNHInN Olr I'OM. MIOUCIAL HTIIKICT. i A SPECIALTY. Unr or rve. nrdlit 1MiM rtfc VouctDbalr4ic. rwinrrMtiMi pttem unlr hwi tf ura I T . If Pr (t tutine br llniv iiwito par r.ihwifrMmlfcoiltMll.t1 Uld Htl-itta vm anil bT meh and it-K Muu I'ulrliP-iln mouth, MurTliroi, ELMORE. SANBORN & CO Agenla. Aatttrla. CO VBUNM BNT lROIOSALH WANTKI). How easy It Is to make an excuse for not eating when some very nasty me J Idne has been ordered to be taken an hour after mals. The extent to wiich non-liturgical i charies Rogers. churches observe feasts and fasts of the church year was never so great as dur-1 Tne beardi mustache and eyebrows mg the Lent Just ended. Congr e.-a- ma be made a desirable and uniform tional. Presbyterian and Baptist , brow. or D!ack by an occasional an periodicals Issue Easter numbers. Bap- J pilou of Buckingham's Dye for the tiet churches in Boston observe Passion thinkers. week and Good Friday. Congregational Mrs. A. Inveen, residing at 720 Hen ry street, Alton, III., suffered with ' sciatic rheumatism for over eight i months. She doctored for it nearly the whole of this time, using various rem ! edies recommended by friends, and was treated by the physidans. but It should he made knowledge that DeWttfs Witch llaxl Salve will speedily rure pll't t the longest standing. It Is the household favorite for burai, scalds, cuts, brulm s and wtvs of all kinds. Charles Rogers. The anwthvMt Jewel of the h'ur. PROPOSALS fe- frh beef and frash mutton: Oltloe Chief Commis sary, Vancouver Barracks, Wash.. April 1. 1W. Sa!el proiwaM, In trip. Ilcate, will be received Itere and al otlloea of CoiiiMitniutri.it at following named ixntts, (for fresh bi-ef and fresh matter of pubtlc mutton to be delivered at that iKst itnlyi, until 12 o'lUiH-k n.xm. May W!. ttn"n oHnl, for furnishing and delivery to sublstnnce department, V. S. army, the fresh li-f and fn-sh mut ton called for by the Commissary at post to be supplied during six months, comin,-nlag July I, 1S7: Ito Bar racks and Fort Sherman. MiUu, Forts Canby, Spukaiv, Walla Walla nl Vancouver Barrailut, Wash Fresh Jtiarse.if eefail 1. irate I f yrni han iaian tuer curr, mm baina. Mu Vlutpli!, fopiier t'lilured HHita, t'lrara ua tor part of Ilia Udr. Ilelrt.r Krel.ro-a talllii eut. It la this Heeuudary Ill.OOIt ritlMI.S a K.arattleeiorttra. WiaulimUiaB"taliitl usle eeavs ana rhelletice the world for ra wees not cur. 'I'lili d hl alaari bartleit Iheiklll ( the moat emlnenlpliyat nana. .100,000 eapllal l-hma our uiin,ri u..n-laraatr. AbeulutrtiruoiiMintjralnldS ,-PllMlk.l. A.W- 4 1MUI KI-.MrllV CO, 1 Mu is ill Xemvle, CU1CAUU, ILL, ni n ia a tKin ,wiw rxaiMjr tr (i,.tirrt.a. oit, Htirati.irrli.t4, WhiiM. aaaalaral ,li -tiarfMi. or anr Inrlasima II.. a, Irrltalh.a or al.ara 'wh,w mit.t l.,a ..f tnueoai Kv-R. 1fttnCll"', la vratwa. Nua-alrloiul el ay IM-inlaM, ar irnl In slals raar, lr vtprMa. popAH, fol ('lrru)ar ua rsuH yVvtn M as ItlUtl KLKCTRIC I.IOHT-NOTICK CONTRACTORS. TO Is undoubtedly th. Americans are the most inventive people on earth. To them have been Issued nearly 600.000 patents, or mure churches In Brooklyn made ment:on of j 0ne iway9 coughs at the specially rwived 110 re"e' 806 tJhen u "' j than one-third of all the patents 1s Palm Sunday. Prebterin churches j i3tere9tln moment In a play or sermon ; , , 1 " , i ued In the world. No discovery of In Buffalo, Cleveland and even in Pitts- j w nere abeolute silence is required. ! Faln which efTected a complete of ter burg, that stronghold of the descend- cure. This is published at her request, j j , t mankind than Chamber- ants of the non-oonformists. have ke I fnconditlonal surrender. Is the only Holy week. A prominent New York j thofce famous Uttle pills known periodical that could never be charged j as rteWltt's Little Early Risers will with a tendency towards High Church. 1 ,a)ce with constipaUon, sick headache tells the Evangelical Alliance that ltjan(j stomach troubles. Charles Rogtrs. would be a graceful act as well a step toward Christian unity f.r it to lead In I rf all the awful things a home-made changing '.he week of prayer to Holy 1 BtOT, jacket is the worst, and yet th.; as she wants others similarly afflicted to know what cured her. The 25 and 50 cent size for sale by Estes-Corm Drug Co. week. Bishop Merrill, In a Mtthodlst conference this we k, remarked that in going to church he found shrdlu rilug such a diversty of forms in public worship that often both he and the con gregation were sadly confuted. He ex pressed the hore that uniformity might be e-ecurvd in trne way and this con fusion avoided. Presbyterians have a Church Service Society, To th nv how rapidly changes are makini?, so con servative an authority as Rev. Dr. John Hall, of New York, c ngratulat;d smiei workers of his congregation r-cemiy; that "Baptists and Congrega Jonall.-:ts are adopting a stronger form of church government and one mure in acwrdance with that of the primitive church." woods are full of them. Old-fashioned beauty books advise the us ot strawberry Juice to make "fed ch.K'kfl. This Is a seasonable hint for thojvi avertte to rouge of the regular s-irt. Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, or has don more to relieve pain and suffering. J. W. Vaugn, of Oakton. Ky., says: "I have used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy In my family for sev eral years, and find it to be the best medicine I ever ud for cramp" In the stomach and bowels. For sale by Entes-Conn Drug Co. (irflon of the Water Cummbml.in, As toria, Oregon, April 7. 1S97. Notice Is hereby given tttot smled proposals will be received at this office until 12 o'olook ni , May 1. 1D97, for ths various work and niatnrlala neiiary for the Inntalllng of a sixty 181) arc light plant, to ! oierateil by an Im puls water utm-l, and nwtinl by ths beef shall be good In quality and con- j munlt-litailty. Torturing, Ichlng, scaly skin erup- PER.SO.VAL.-The gentleman who! jtlons. burns and scalds are soothed annoyed the congregation last Sunday! 01 -.ia inwv"3 tre ny conUnually coughing will find In- -il Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, the best 8tant let by Minute Cough ! J" CABTOI1IA. known cure for piles. Chas Rogers. The tailor made girl never w-ars col lars that are even the tiniest trifle large for her. Cure, a spewiy and harmless remedy f r throat and lung troubles. Oharleg j Rogers. Shakipear's birthday will be the 00 'anion of many special dinners and oth er functions 'it a social nature. Flowers and f.-aithers were Jnst'ed atxtut by v-ry un-spiinglik ; b.ee7."8 yes terday. dltlon fit fir Imrmiltate use, and from fore and hind quarter meat projior tloiuilly. Including all Itest cuts there of. Fresh mutton shall be of goal, fat and marketable quality, from wethers over one and under three years old. Hc'f and mutton to be dressed ami trimmed and delivered In bulk, as prescrilied In circular of In structions to Mddi-rs. Jxoposals will be Jt n'0'-h'd stating price nit which bidder will dellvi-r frenh Ix-f or mutton PlSiponals must bn nuule on printed forms supplied by tlio clerk of the oomriruwi'm, ami In full aciHtnUune thomwlth, and munt be accompanied by a certified ohnck 4 iblioult In an amount equal to ten (10) per cent of the aggregate amount bid, made pay able to the clerk of the Astoria Water Commission. Duplicates of blrta and accumixuiylng specified plans shall Ixi fll.d at tha ofll of the itiginiw on or before the of character above stated, and to be I t,a, previously mentioned. Plans and delivered of temperature not greater 1 spsnltlcallons can l e--n eltiher at the SenMor Hanshroug'h, of Nor:h Dako ta, has introduced a bill ajthorizin? ' the appointment of a commission to In- ! troduce and popularize the bread f x.ds of the Cnlted .States among the peiples of the Orient. It provides that the com mission nhall consist of three per ons, I to be appointed by the president and I confirmed by the senate, and to be known as the Bread Foods Commission ' of the United Stat-s, under the dlrec-! tion and control of the secretary of; agriculture. The commission Is to as certain and from time to time report to the secretary of agriculture on the best modes of Introducing and popular izing the bread foods of the United States irt Oriental countries. The sal ary of each of the commissioners is to be 15,000 a year, with a secretary at 13,000, and iSO.OOO Is appropriated to de fray the expenses of the commission. Senator Hansbrough says that the measure Is designed to further the work of extending the trade of the United States with China and Japan,, and was suggested to him by James J. Hill, pres ident of the Great Northern Railroad, on the subject of trade with the Orient The difficulties which now beset tariff tariff legislation in the senate are in- Consumption life Out-door ani Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil with Hypophoiphites have cured thousands of cases of consump tion in the early stages. They cure old, advanced cases too; but not so many, nor so prompt ly. When a case is so far ad vanced that a cure cannot he made, even then SCOTT'S EMULSION checks the rapid ity of the disease, relieves the pains in the chest, reduces the night sweats, and makes the cough easier. In these cases it comforts and prolongs life. Don't experiment with cures that destroy the digestion. Pin your faith to the one remedy which has been THE STAN dard foR Over 20 Years. Book about it frrt for the asking; For tale by all druggists at 50c and $UX). SCOTT ft BOWNE, New York. if Two years ago tl. J. warren, a dpjggtat at Pleasant Brook, N. T., j bought a small supply of Chamber- j Iain's Cough Remedy. He sums up the result as follows: "At that time! goods were unknown In this sec- ; today Chamberlain's Cough Rem- edy U a household word." It Is the sarnii in hundreds of communities. Wherever the good qualities of Cham berlain's CoughRemedy become known the people will have nothing else. For sale by Estes-Conn Drug Co. I H the !. t,on: I tl I JfcSfcl-v.;, '- SIMMONS V REGULAT0ff If you ask a person's advice follow It. ; If you do'nt mean to do so do not bother thern with silly questions. THK ORJKCTION NOT GOOD. There are people who have obje-rtlons to advertising matter in the columns of a newspaper. The ground of object Ion Is that they do not want to read ad vertisements. Now tills objection Is not good, for oftentimes these advertise, menus convey valuable Information. For instance, how else would the trav eling public learn of the excellent din Ing car service of the Wisconsin Cen tral linen between 8t. Paul and Chicago, or the general comfort of traveling over this popular line. For particulars call on the nearest ticket agent or address J. C. Pond. G. P. A., Milwaukee, Wis., or Geo. 8. Batty, General Agent, 246 Stark street, Portland, Or. TH. Favorite Home Remetfg. For all diseases caused by derangement of the Liver, Kidneys, and Stomach, q Keep it always in the house and you will save time and Doctor's Bills, and have at hand an active, harmless and per fectly safe purgative, alterative and tonic. if you feel dull, debilitated, have frequent headache, mouth tastes badly, poor appe tite and tongue coated( you are suffering from torpid liver or biliousness, and SIM MONS Liver regulator win cure you. If you have eaten anything hard to digest, or feel heavy after meals or sleep less at night, a dose of SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR will relieve you and bring pleasant sleep. If at any time you feel your system needs cleansing and regulating without violent purging, take SIMMONS LIVER Regulator. J. Jf . Zcllio Co., Philadelphia- than 60 degrees Ki-hrenholt. tlovem- j mcnt rcfn rven right to reject the ! whole or any purt of any or all bids. Information furnished here, or by j Commissary at the several xm. Kn- j velopeo containing proponala Hhould j be marked "Proposals fur Friwh R-ef j (or Mutton) at ." and addressed i to underHlgned or to fm dilatory all potn to be supplied. W. II. Nash, Lieut-Col., A. C. O. S. ofMou of this oommlxriltiu, or at the olllce of tile pnglnerr. W. W. PARKKR. Chidrman. II. O. VAN PUHICN. Clerk. ARTHUR L. ADAMS, Kngln.t-r. 4l Col. St., H. F Cal. HTOC K HOLD KRS' M 10 KT I NJ. Notice Is hendiy given I hut the ail- nual meeting of the stoi kholders of the Astoria ilulldlng and Ian Amo-latUm j w 111 be held lit tlio olll of the jit'tury on TuiiSilay, May II, 1SU7, for the For sale cheap and on easy terms, j purpose of ejecting dlrcftors to serve four choice bulhilng lots In MeClure's j one year. A SNAP. Nollro la lieivby (ilvcn Hint Din Coin moil tiiinU of Ihe City of Atibiria, Clalsnp cniiny, Slate Oretpm. Iiavs d. nlded and ilolermlniH' U nteiul t'om inortMal lril, In Ihn City of Astmla, Hut boglitiilng, toniilniia and liilnn dime silnts, and lh land to Iw con. detitivoil lMlng lutvlmtftnr iliwclbfil nd set forth, and ns mors fully p pears by tlio reHrl, niu, plats and survey of mild irMwtt! e tension of foiitiiu'tvlHl stiw-i, ii"tv on flltf In lit olthti of th.) Auditor and I'ollitt Jn.l, aitd oioliUMl and di-aorllKil In rdL nam'- No, .1t, oittlth'd "An ordliiaiios contlnnlng Ihe ropni't. I'bil of survey, of the piiMMd cxi.'iml. ti of t'oiimi-r. clitl ulreel," appntvo.1 March it. IW, and His Common Council of tit- Mly of Ant.'iU, Cliitop itiunly. tii-rg.m, hav. Ing iuBv.i-(iorHl by In vt.tUfvtl"ii and Inquiry wikI an ciiiiilniloii of the- rc Urdu tluit J. II. Mansell. C. W. Ht-ns and T. O, TrulHnger aro rtf'li dlsln. teitttlitl fitltil,b"i of tltn t'lly of As toria, and no klu lo any f ihoowtmr or pen.ini ntrtled in any property to lw napr.prlatil for Ihe rltwisl.tit of Coiniiiroll strs a provided by Or. dliianin No. r.'.ll. entltUM "An trt. nation i.mtliinlntt Hi" -"It"''. I'bt f urvey of tlm proirt -noiwu-iti t iVinimeivltil slrwt," aiti-tvml Maroh M, ISU7. aiul tlutt nai'h of iud ruui Mwiis the qtitUinraUoiwi of Jurors of tltn ntvull Court of tho Htato f Ore gon, for the Cttuiily of Clat-il. U that Iney anl eiu'h of th-m ar whits male cltlaeits of Ihn t'nlll Slatea and of ihn Stats of i ir-iron, ovtir lh of 21 ynruti. and am and bav brttii r-l. dents and lnnU votors of AsU.tia, Cltasop county, irirn. anl of ths wanls In which they now rasula, for ntom than unn y.-nr last patl, and each of tlirJr iiniiuti atv on the tax roll of lulid ClMmqi canutty, and that rtuih of t hem am subjnoi to Jury duty, and that each and all of sold lv ttaonMd pnrstMtti, after Inveatlgatkm tnado, ar null lied and uiiallli-d to ait as vlow-rs as r-qiilreil y tlu chart-r of ttto City of Astoria, and ponvt-tlng all ttw qua)- Ulcatloiia tinortaiiary lltrmfor as fully and satinfaiorlly appear lo th Com mon Couiiod, t-r ttm knviwkgutlon made af.ir-wvld, and mi'h of said tunned iMirnoii bating by a ritli statiimeiit, tiled In tltn nrflen of tltn Au dltor and Pollen Judgn, hating .l.tiinr! tlutt they m- ii tltn itn,.r mrtry qual inttiloiiji to net as tl.t,r n.rr!d, Ihn said J. II Manm-ll, I", W. :-iion and T o. Trulllnirnr ln nwl thny am heivby al-IHilntcd tli-Went to Vlf th prop-l itlnlon of Coiitmrrclal strert lit tint City of Atori.t. d. i-rtliei ty tit" Surveyor and iontt.llod In tils wild report, ttblch mti.l report was adoptnl by ttto I'oiinii n t'ouncll of the City of Ant.Tla In mild Ortll. imiuw No. ::3I. nod ar- ItrrfUy author lied and ntn rfd lo make the as itnauiiiMit tif ttieH and ilmj.ti In oiHtitlng and coiMlemnlng of cud Com. menial ntn-et. as rniuin-l by tho roar ter of the City it Ast.da; that raid vlnwra hnrvln apsliitr ar h--rliy r"iilivi and lnstrurtr-,1 to mr,t t th olfliv of tltn Auditor and I'olliv Jtidg In llm City Hall of said city of Aatorla on Hut .0th day of April, 19?. at ths hour of 10 o'clock In th fir-noon of .ild day, and ttteii and titer to qua!. Ify as mii'lt t..em as required by tit" chnrtiT of the City of Am i-M. Tlutt th" lautiil'trliti. I'trtitiilng. ter. minus, hit'TTiin llitln p .lnls and dnta iip. tln "f the properly to Im llten-d upon and oosbmit"l tr th propon-d ex tension of mild Commercial trt-t art dv;rllMi us follows, to-Mtt: RKlitnlng at a olnt marks.! by a tack tn Ihn nst line of Soveiit.'-nth str-ot, at Its lninNti(tii with the s.uth linn of CoMiiiwvoial strra-1, 1ilrh point nt Too feoi north. 4 dears- : mtnutw wst aiul 30 fe-t nirrth. M dnrni Jl minutes inat of a atoiiit iiioniimnrU at cmitiT of the iiiti-rMrt-tlon of Snv-n-lis-nth strit with Franklin avmiun. In Shlveley's Astoria, which tuck Is also tltn rtorthwmt mrru-r of block 1.13, In Shlveley's AtlorU; theiioe nmnlntc eaJtt. erly and ura!e with tltn north line of Kxi'luuiirn tre-tt pi tln witit linn of Twonty-thlrd strenl. extended, a ill, lancfl of ;ioo fn,.t; tttenue northerly and at rliflit antrliii to tin- north Him of Kxrtu.nKt Ktr-et 0 fsnl; Unioe wrtrt erly aiul parallel to the north line of Kxohnntfe street !lno f.tt, tii a ilnt of Inlersrt'tion with the itisl line of Seveiititmth tritt, fio ft.t, northerly from tltn pliuv of Iswlindnir; tlutnos southerly BO fi-et to tint place of lMln- ninic. Sitlii strip of land north of and itdjiiroiil to lota 1. 1, Astoria. For particulars call . & Ward, 519 ISond street. ni Kouoll OASTOnXA. In h i- Tim clw.tlon will lie ly Itullol, nnd will 1m held from 2 o'clock p. m. until 8 o'clock p. m. CHAS. H. WRIOIIT, Pres. Attest: FRANK L. I'ARKKR, Hocretary. Marshall & Company's Twine Elmore, Sotiborn Co AgcniH Frosh frtm tho milU for 1897 fishing. Every ball guaranteed. Please report any Imperfections. BEWARE OF IMI TATIONS. Every ball must be marked "MARSHALL & CO., SHREWSBURY MILLS." Manufactured from selected flax specially for COLUMBIA RIVER FISHING. See that every ball bears the MARSHALL label. , 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, H-ply 40'f. 12, 13, 14, 15, 18-ply 60'i. 7, 8, 9, 10-ply 30's. A Kood recommendation for Simmons Liver Regulator Is, that It is purely vetretablo and stronKly tonic. Then toi. It Is Bettor than Pills Is-cauru easier to take In IUuld or powdT and with no KrlpInK, while the relief from Const) Itatlon, BlllousnesH, Sick llendiu he nnd DysMrpsIa Is quick and sure. "I find Simmons Liver Regulator a very safe and valuable family medicine." Rev. J. M. Rollins, Fairfield, Va, An automatic fermion device for wire fence oonwlsts of a number of sitrlnirs tiuftennd to the nds of the wir, the ends of the sprln belnff attaohed to a well-braced ixstt nt he end of the fence. The Rev. W. II. Weaver, pastor of the U. B. Church, Dillsburff, Pa., rec ognize the value of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and Aoem not hesitate to tell others about it. "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," he says, ' ana Una it an excellent medi cine, for coids, coughs and hoarse ness." So does everyone who gives It a trial. Sold by Estec-Cona Drug Co. lilis k bliK'k I.I.Nk l.l.iok block l, 3. 4. S. , 3, 4, II. . 3, 4, 5, , 3, 4, 5. , 3. 4. 5, t, 3, 4, f.. 8. l:C; lota 1.I1; loin 111); lobi 1, 11MI; lots I. I.'N, lots I block 127, al) In Shlveley's Astoria, and ttlso lyliiH iurth of and luljiunnt to KlK'hbfuih, Nlnettx-nlh, Twentieth, Twonly-lli-Ht and Tw.-nty-n. eond slre.ns. That all of said docrll-l rinl pmpt-rty and all of said Iota and blocks are MituaUt in tlio dlHirint cmbnuttl In said pnMMci extoiiHloii (,f Commercial stni-t and nil of aaid portions of said lots will be conilimuned and an aitpnUsi-nutit of the ben efit and damatres resulting to the vwn"r of said property will be mad by saJd vlwirs aforewLrd. All per tiiirti ownlnir or Interosuxl kn any of said property to le oondenimd for said proposed extension of Commnrclal street are hireby duly and !eirally no tified of the actions of the Common Council pursuant to the resolutlon and ordlnanom heretofore adopted by said Common Council for said exten sion of Commercial streot. This notice Is published by order of the Common Council and pursuant to the provisions of the oharter of th City of Astoria relating thereto. Dated at Astoria, Oregon, April 18. 1897. II. E. NELSON, Auditor and Polios Judge. A Handsomo Complexion I one of th RT.tat churrni woman can poaMH. Pouomi' Co-ruMios fowuaa (iv It. 7