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I'M DAILY ASTOKIAN. THUKSUAY MUllNINU. MAY , lftl7.
JOHN T. MOOTER. Editor. Telfphon. No. M. term or srpscnirTioN. DAILY. Bent by mall, per year ....KM Bent by mail, per month...,. M Served by carrier, per month 45 WEEKLY. 8ent by mall, per year 12 In advance. Postage free to subscribers. All communications Intended for publl eatlon should be directed to the editor. Business communications of sll kinds and remittances must be addressed to The Astorian. The Astorian guarantees to Its sub scribers the largest circulation of any newspaper published on the Columbia river. guns a stupidity on the part of the county authorttvre whtah utterly dis qualifies them for the rvtnllMlKlo of the positions they hold, or wis, na Mr. rntntlls aays, there Is a nliorer n the wnl pile that'ouirht to tie smoked wit. It la possible, of counst that Mr. ItiKftlta Is mistaken, or hn mfUMd the faota In smite way, and that no hlame really attachce to any one fr the fiiilut -Ctft carry out thu wish. of taxpayer re- rjuvtlii? the bulKling of rh hrhlirs, it fr the diversion of th-lr mix;y col- l-tl by the county court for that pnt.i msv. it is oruy tuir, m.-rermv, that there should be a nuspenston of publlo oplr.kvi until the statontont from the unty court required by Mr. Inir.ills j di'!oure l!1 forthoonilmr. Tho matt.-r ! Isvkic. ivnvewr, that will not down, and j unless Mr. Injrs.Ua Is a'wMM very ! promptly, stops must be takon t t.ir j oushly Investlptii and vicitll.ite the i w ho!e suhjtvt. It I wild that the swoll.vi om costume will have a skirt and Ja kel alnstin tvwrvd with pplliio of bluck hue. wtaft jfcwr ami tthr cpUlomies are ; around, saft'ty Ilea In f-tt r-ln(T the j ,vtom with Ayer'a Samtprtrllla, A per , mm having thin and Impure blood, li j tit the movt fiuvrable condition to "vxtich" whatevtY dUse may to rta Ing lit the air; 1V wise tn time. Advertising rate can be had on appll-1 cation to the business manager. The Weekly Astorian. the second old eat weekly In the state of Oregon, has. ext to the Portland Oregonlan, the largest weekly circulation In the state. The bureau of statistics of the rta:e department has Just t-wued the annual "Kovtaw of the World's Commerce." a volume Introductory to the commercial John F. Handley & Co. are our Port-1 tvlthins ,,f lh l"nl, St: w'-h f r- land agents, and copies of the Astorian I elf countries. This llttl olume is can be had every morning at their fun of figures gixlng in compact iw:n a etand. Third street pvM deal of Information that must be af value to permtns Interested In the The "A.torlaa" hrrrbr offers U donate .-., . , Ka-mrXDRED DOI.LAKSt.SI. Marrs ",X " " ft 10 wa,n Hospital, payable ob d.maod to rather j from its pares the state of our trwle IXmIdmb, thfHtn legal Tl.Unr Is pro-1 -.j.tv nh .nx- nntrv m .Hi i . papr publtahnl la Aaturla na printed wMHia th last ninety days .spiring bo fose this offer a slnglo 'apelal" or h.r kind of "talegraphle praaa report, sooid OTr th wlraa aauirlng aitarr f tho telegraph uOleoa la Astoria, from nay point ontalda of Oregon. Aatorla. Or., October IS, 18M. After..,. Taking: a course ot Ayer's rills the system Is set in good working o;dcr and a r.iau begins to feci that life is worth living, lie -io lm Wconic the gradual prey of constipation, docs not realize the friction under which Le labors, until the burden L lifted from him. Then his mountain) sink into mole hills, his moroscness gives place to jollity, he is a happy man again. If life does not seem worth living to you, you may take a very different view of it after taking Ayer's Cathartic Pills, i , , I; llulls of blue, red it ml yellow e tame I o.t sun umhtvlnti of red ami grivtt Inf eta are very nobby, no I'lin ru.Midod l's W'phfoot Torn Ciu-'. cure no pay. For s;i! at ' tos-ronn l-rusr stoiv. No K.s- And now the w.nn.t: who iliMin. to j rettardel extra o'tle l ir:t, ilotm wearing a ntiiuvle. Thirty years Is a long time to light so painful a trouble as piles, but Jacob MltohWI, of I'nlonvllle, I'a., struggled tlvat kutg hofore he tried OeWItt Wlhh llasel Halve, whleh quickly and permanently cutM hint. It la equally it.vtlvs In ecseina and all skin aftV. tUits. Charles Uogera. A niv teleltitne m tmiile to di nitten Mer'lee the first numth It is III the houso us a watch doea lite first tttmtt H ts In the pivket. It should be mali a matter of public knowliMge that 1'eWUt's Witch Ha Smvs will spewlily cura llea aT the toliKoat atnndliig, It Is the hU"elH'ld favorite for Iiiiiu, scnlda, cuts, bruli and .rea f all kind. Charles Hog' era. j Seems as If all t i t!i.n; i wo U' ills- I agns wixlt us, a.id ail the 1 1 n;t ve J don't like, wl.lt ut Pvpepnu I lurk In nxwt of the gxl t ft I :ik we Uat, ami lii.lUe'tioii follows the g All I eiitkn i.f the appetite. Of ionise It ' Isn't Nature's fault. Nature o- ! (he Kst she can, and If a man will only help her a little bit at tin- rV-ttu tine he may ett wha he llk and a much 'as he like. Pr. ller'a I'eas-tm I'el- lets are for ple who are tr.ihed I with tiillgesthn. rartletil.uly for those In whom it maoifeats Itself In the form When one sees a woman on a wheel attired In a silk skirt. Jersey wiUst and a bumwt It seems high time to Issue a proulamatftsi tn favor of a regular bi cycle costume. An Interesting feature of the publica tion Is an tnt induction by Frederick Emory, chief of the bureau of Btatuules of the state department, summarising certain of the more Important sections of the volume. Mr. Emory says the fig. ores he gtvea establish tlte significant A suit of clothes weighing 40 pounds : faot that foreign trade of the United a-oukl be a novelty. Tot It is apparent-; gtes last year showed a steady in ly the sort of suit which Prof. VUson J as in the export of manufaet ired contemplates for the average American wds. tlv? percentage cf such export Individual, says an exchange. He ir-: rj,tne trrm it 93 per cent in lsy5 u I3.T1 cues, m his newspaper article, at W. Meantime the perc-n.age of '"T"1" 7 lJ io-v jw. .u-tk.,ii,ie me perv..n:age or, gown anj curries an umbrella that bvoks mui-n per column tn we .New lent Her-, acrieu!tural extxirta l:Lie.J s'lThtlv lik th- f.,,iiv- oi...- - I or iuuatltujtlon. The 'Pellets" are nulok j atul uy In their action. Th-y are In perfect hamtony with N'.iture. They I VfTvt a pertiKine.it '"tin-. You fi! I take theni rtgul.irly only a little while After that, use them occasionally when you tu-tM them when you h,n eaten anything that dlstu:r.vs wl-'h you. They nay le taken Just as freely a you would take water or any o'.her nsssltv of life. Olio u.'d they are alnii.-s In favor. rNr the griup of tltnv ru'tles on yo tt foulard gown you want No, H or Vi lilw satin ribbon. When tin. spring time comes, gntli Annie, like all other sensible i erm, win cle-iits,. the liver and renvat the ayetem with leWltfa Utile Karly lUaers, fain,. us little pills tor the live and tnuuih all th year round I'harlea lttrers. Salton Sea Salt for baths at the Estes-Conn Vmg Store lOc ami 25c per packaare. i agricultural exports Ks.!l;ieJ slightly, like aw, mat the tarlfl placed on wool by . from 67.x; to 67.3S. Mr. Emory rtnds ,0 possess a keen sentM of con- OABTOTIIA. A wiUK of mitlji-snrip.il linen varla the oolUvtlon t)f summ. r blouses to be worn with the popular Ja'k-t suit. toe Mngley bill will a.ld at least t) j er a,Mltional confirmarton of the, relaUvWy cent to the cost of a suit of clot h-s. ! .y advance of the foreign trade of Since an Increase of 10 per cent In the'th t-n,tej je, ln wme figutva pre price of a suit of clothes means an In-j wte.l to the British parliament by crease of Drobablv J5 in Its cost, .vnd t.;v, , , , - j , ii .t , u L n.uc, in; null, j '" "j-wu uuij i w-jui is aui-ui i- while Great Britain still rwa'ns her eeota per pound. Mr. Wilson must oal- lead 0,vr ,n np(vrta cularte that 40 pounds of wool would manuftur., the United States Is be used In the manufacture of a suit at a more loe than of clothes. This is a fair sample of the J o, that that imsieajing ana aosura proposu.ons up-; ,nf wa. , amo,.n, nn1 ..v larger In proportion than the advance made by Germany. This to certainly a moat encouraging showing, and, w i.h the prospective opening of the Asiatic markets, the proximity and products ot this country ought to put us tn the commercial lead of all other countries before the expiration of another decade. grufty. an which the free traders build their theories, and sometimes get into office. Another expert commission to to he appointed to act in conjunction with one already appointed by Great Britain In a further study of the conditions af fecting seal life. The commissions will visK Benring sea in the summer. The necessity for the appointment of this A child was cured of croup by a dos? or two of Ayer's Cherry 1'eotoral. A neighbor's child tiled i f the same dretd disease, while the father wa getting ready to call the doctor. This shows the necessity of having Ayer's Cherry Pec toral always at hand. The strawberry shortcake of ouri grandmothers would never reoognlxe the article of that name as Is served ln ' the average swell restaurant. j A good recommendation for ."immon Liver Regulator Is. that It ! purely vegetable and strongly Pmlc. Then t. It Is Hetter than I'llls txv-ause easier to take In liquid or powder and with no grilling, while tlie n'llef front Consti pation, ltilious-ne, Sick ll'itd.u h- and Dys.epsla Is quick and mire. "I find Simmons Liver Regulator a very safe and valuable family medicine." Use. J. M. Kolllns, Fairfield, Va I'ltdlMSALS WANTKIV ProiM.nls will Ih received until May Im'T, ttr furnlnhliig rhe ncsary piping and performing the labor of ex tending the AMoria city water service acrM the dock and throughout S. El more's Packing House, In Went Astoria Plans and specifications for the work can le s.-en at the ottlee of said vaek ing house. HUla should state setat ately Che amount r'qulrnl for furnishing the piping and lalsir. and also Nth imui blne.l. The right to reject any and ail bids la reserved. S. KLMOUK. In the HrKbtli I!e. during the pres OABTOnXA. has CASTORIA Tor Infanta and Children. "Ija Applique silk eml)iMllerls :i white, black and colors are harulsnvly com bined with beads for pointed glrdb . THE BLESSING OF STRONG commission arises from the fact that I Serves is recoverable, not by the use of I an agreement upon ail points was nn t mineral sedatives, but by a recourse t j i "IT IS THE BEST ON EARTH.' i nat is wnat towards & Parker, mer- THE BEST REMEDY FOR RHEl'MA TISM. From the Falrhavwn (N, Y.) Regiater. Mr. James Rowland, of this village, states that fur twenty-tlve years his wife has been a sufferer from rheuma tism. A few nights ago she was In surh pain that she waa nearly craxy. She sent Mr. Rowland for the diH-tor. but he had read of Chnmtwrlaln's Pain Balm and instead of g ing for the phy- sleian he went to the store anil secured THE OIUKCTION NT GOOD. i nere are pi0ie wimi nave tle.tlons to advertising matter In the columns of a newstvaisT The ground of objection U that they do n t want to read ad VM'tlwnients. Now this oblit-tloii Is n"t gisMl. for oftentim-4 thue advertise, ments convey valuable lnlr;latlon lr Instaiuv, how else would the trav. eling public l.'arn ot lh' excellent din ing car e-Tvhv of the Wisconsin fan. tml llmB between St. Paul and Chicago, or the general comfort of traveling over this popular line. For particulars call on the nt-orest tlek't agent or addrvas J. C. Pond. (J. P. A.. Milwaukee. Wis or Goo. S. Ratty, General Agnt. "tt Stark street, JNrtland. r. A SNAP. For sals cheap and on easy terms, four choice building lots In McClure's Astoria. For particulars rail on llowsll A Ward, 519 Ilond street. Ladios Who Val jo A refined com. It liou munture pf;rnnl' prw der. Tt p,i'jres a rnft rml I -lu'lf I i':ln. leffrtJtual tonic treaimrat. Oniativa .mL, . i ... i reached as the re-ult of last year's ',k , ,j . eiaints or riauia ua.. y or L'namir-,a tmtiie ot it. tils wire um not approve j . . . ,. h ithe like 8hould aa aux-j Iain's Pain Balm, for rheumatism, lame 'of Mr. Rowland's purclyt at first, but awk, though upon many points tie ; Ularies. and thn as sparingly as pos.:. I K,ru .. .. ,. ",. i L, ,k.. ,k,..J members of both commissions were in j wgorous nerves are quiet ones., Sold h F.i,rvnn r-,. r-n !,t,i o.i i ti. .i., substantial accord. An apparent agree-j l ""ucr mem j to B to p she a1)1 whf11. merit was reached upon the da.ngr ofj" ' l reerlforce the vluU energies, j The woman with a greasy bundle al-lever she fe-la an ache or a pain and the destruction of seal Ufe. Though theLl BftSrTll Vofnd " "y JJ(. , jbiomach Bitters, will be found aU-suf-l the fair one in a new spring gown. says that no medicine which she had eommis.-k.ners differed as to the bestjficlent for thia purpe, since It entirely! j ever dM mu,,h The means of guarding against that daif"r. ! remoi-es impediments to t hop, ugh dt-l The "Westfleld (Ind.) News prints the! 25 and 50 cent s1ea for sale by Estes Th. uirMi.tinn. i-.j . P'Stion and assimilation of food, so! f,.iir,.inc in .m , u 1,1 .1-. r. - with the Brttish foreign office have for! J '" itM dUi amoUnt ! P'a "Frank McAwy. for ,of nourishment, and consequently of;mt,n ,,- .,, ..... , one of their objects the suspension of . :amina Rhmnuuta endneie- of.k, . U . . ... ;.niin. itneumaiic tenaonciea ana ar-: v A n rv h. .av.- -T ..A sealing on both sea and land while the fections of the kidneys and bladder are j Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and D - There is a barts-r's choir in Houlton, Me.. In whkih Hannllm Hiimlln, Fred Isiuglasw, Ulalne, fiarllfhl. Theislore mvesugation Dy ine commission or ex-;"' "J""' " " '", " arrnoea Remedy for ten years or longer1 Tilton and McKhiU-y have .-a? i. h, - i -.t,. ,J m oesiaes a inorougn meaicinai aamu- the whole question drags' in a most un saitlsfactory manner. lant. infinitely purer than the raw ex citants of commerce, which react in juriously upon the nervous system. -am never without It in my family. I consider It tha best r-medy of the E. E. Turner, of Compton, Mo., writs I kind manufactured. I take pleasure In jus that after suffering from piles for (recommending it. " It s a specific f ' seventeen years, he There are important happunuigs at Pharsala, where th? Greeks -xp-c: to make their decisive stand arums: the turbaned Invaders. The i lace !s hrim- all bowel complaints. day. To be on the eick list these days istes-Conn Drug Ci. i nave to enaure a lot or privation, i f t nature is making out-d'.or life a eon-1 iimuai joy to tnose in goou neaitn anj rare charje f.r the wearine A eav little ful of historic interest. It was a: Phar-' I hi) care to indulge In it completely cured For sale by Es- them by using three boxes of De Witt's ! Witch Hazel Salve. It cures eczema and severe skin diseases. Cnas. Rogers. The Bolero and Eton Jackets give a J- M naxuruay morning is a tiusy tlnv :n' 1 silken blouses beneath them. mala thai T . . 1 -' . . ,. I',, . .1 r. fought for the mastery of the Roman 1 1"ss of haJr' the bet Preparation to rc . , T, , plenish it that we know of I Hall's ; s.r empire and Pomnev went down in ' i Ha;r Renewer. Merit tells. 1 a minute. ietn. -nay tne oreeKs have tx-tter f ,r- tune. Portland Telegram. j Miss Julia Marlowe favors the Urge and If the editor of the Telegram v. .,uld : the Hhoe stonn, as every mother atpir 'ntly consi'l-rs It her duty to e.-t new fobrtware f'rthe little folks who ire In i hool all wek. If any of our readers are troubled with when a cold Is contracted, cure it at once. One Minute Cough Cure will you on the road to recovery In It will cure pneumonia. I Torturing. Ichlng. scaly skin eniD- bronohlUs, croup and all forms of lung Hons, bums and scalds are soothed throat troubles. Charles Rogers. I at once and promptly healed bv De na: una rarely ever wears any otn.r; . Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, take greater pains with his war :om menta, It is possible that he might avoid the solecisms w hich appear In the ,'.re going excerpt. Probably he kn jws that the distinctive headgear of the Turk is the fez, not the turban. It has generally been thought that Caesar and Pomp-y fought for the mastery of each oih -r but here w e are informed that they f .u-ht for the mastery of the Roman Km;ire. It would be as correct to say CorW: and Fltzsimmons fought f r the mas tery of a puree of i"o,M. Aealn, why not "Ca'sar and Pomp-y," rath.r ti:an "Julius Caesar and Pomiey"? This is slovenly writing, and it is obvious that tho lttr ,.9 i . du vALrin-ia a paper as the Telegram should devte more time 1 1 presenting his ideas ln correct firm. 'T. If the statements contained In the eommunlcation from W. J. Ingalls, pub lished this morning, are truei they ought to raise a breeze throughout the tounty which will compel an explana tion from some quarter. It ts certainly a revelation to most taxpayers that the money levied and collected from them In these hard times to build a bridge' across Young's river has been placed where it could be stolen and conv?r;ed to the use of Jie city of Aatorla, Such looseness in transacting county business la almost Incredible, and it either ar- No matter how handsome your furnl-i known cure for piles ture may be It always looks ordinary w hn loaded on a van. the best C'has Rogers. SmOODPOISOH iASPECIALTY-a?. llnrT IH.OOIJ I'tMMOM prrlnarn'olir .'urvdln riia& Ja.t. Vna can t '.rcatni u homo 1 .r tnino prH uriiicr um. g uaran llr. If ruttlioifer looms liar . villain. tract to n:i ' ral Imad f arMand botvl bll :..arj r try. It fjil Ln ur irrunhaTuukomuer cury, i't.llde polnah, an.l aiill liar ac he ai,j Paia, M ucou l'nielif In mouth. Mure Throsw I'.uiplra, t'opprr 'o!orl hiola, I'U-sr ou tr.f Bart ol tli b-xlr. Ilslror Uri-brow flllng ant. It la this hecootlnry III.Hll fltlso.S guarantee tu cur. W aulint Urn m' .i dull j:,te rna ar4 chullengs lh wurld fur a .tireeanmitcure. Tin d.a buiiain iKiiHsa the aklll if I lie must vmlnunt pliy.l t.ua. SAOO.OOO mpltai tMhind our uneonj .t :nnifTMrftlty. AIilllteprvofafnt ifalfNtnS v pli.uko. Addrra 'MIK KKMKUY tl, "J Mawinlc TeWDle, ClIlcAtiU. ILL. I1 Caveats, And 1 rade-Marka ohtaiwd and ftll fat Vnt butincMCondurtrd (x MoofftATt Ftf. OuaOrriceitOPaiTt u. S. f ATCNTOrnct nd we CAfiari ura patent in 1cm Uiua lluuk Ukc remote (nm Wuhmifiuo. , Scad midel. drawiax or photo., with dracrip tion. We alvic. if pairnulile or tvt, lrr ( cbaiTte. ihtr ea P"t due till patrnt it arrurrd. ( a imiyirr ll'nr to itiajn I'aieoti," with rot faf asunc m tht V, S. and furciya couotrtct tent free. Addreta. n a RHnwA no i OPf. ParriT O'icr, waminoton. 0. C II gSTOSlI XWccUiUc Pre pariition for An slmiUillnS ihc rotxl mul Hotf iiU tliig lite Slonuvch.1 nikl ltovsvb vt Ki i rromolrs TIc,stioi.Clrr rful tvessnntllfcslContdlns nelttkT Oj)nmT.Mon!il"P r Mineral. NotNahcotic. JmmMm SmJ- ilt'i'a.'f.. Apcrfcf I ncnu-dy for Conn llp,v tion. Sour StoiiiAch.DiniTtkK'A uh1 Losh of Sleep. TacSinvW Snjnnlur of SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE IS ON THE WRAPPER OF EVERY I3OTTUi OF exact copy or wrappm. OuttrU li pot if l sss-alts MlW tty. H it sot ol4 la balk. Doi't '' "H ru saythlng 1m es lt (Us M pil Usl It li Jmt r "7i jwa. sBt Ul yl f v - . HAR8IIA raiiiE Friend or Stranger? ch? Which wouli you rather trust ? An old, true friend of twenty years, or a stranger? You may have little health left Will you risk it with a stranger? If you have a cough, are losing flesh, if weak and pale, if consumption stares you in the face, lean on Scott's Emulsion. It has been a friend to thousands for more than twenty years. They trust it and you can trust it. Let us send you a hook tell ing you all about it. Free Two siz, 50 cts. and I AO. SCOTT A BOWNE, ChtmiiU, New York. asw JtliMy-sajrar iTf.J uianuaiM i PERSON".-, L. The jrentieman who i annoyed the coiifrreMtion last Sunday j by continually coughing will find In ;stant relief by using One Minute Cough . Cure, a speedy and harmle.ts remedy ' for throat and lung tnubl.-s. (Jharles : Rogers. If the Di.igley bill goes thn.uirh glov ' prices will surely ko up; so if you are posted n to future styl-, yo'i mU'ht ' safely lay ln several pairs. Four-button j glace gloves with peirl buttons and ; bla:k htiehing, s'-lling for fi'J cmtn, are among the bargains of tlie month. I Acocrding to the newHt.apers, an Ohio j husband became the happy fattu?r of even children not long ago. Of the seven all lived but one. It Is to be hoped j he laid hi a supply of Chamberlain's j Cough Remedy, the only sure cure Tor i croup, whooping-cough, colds and I coughs, and so insured his children I againt these diseases. For sale by Es tea-Conn Drug Co. MoufwelLne In liitht r ol..rn Is dema.td-d for the up to da'e neck piche, which li really Immense In jdze. Croup and whooping cfugh 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. Small br.-iM-n.ver. d eilt-ltig nllk col lars are an ld feature of imported street ooHtumes. m) la nith -IW'faoqrHIff ,-, fn.-.ly f,.r Oixiorrlnpa. l'HK-v. i.ii..t. nrtnaifrliii a. taMkii H.J Uhll... u It n a I if r a I Ola. llianBW U Imnp.., nr an, liilUmm mat y wui.r,. lion Irrttalli'i. ur ulrna rtfiau ciiflMi, tlnn ot m 11 r. n a niflli 'HtF!C"i;ini To. I"'i"a. !o-lrliiifi'Ut kiM UT ItrussUU, or ant In Dluln wraDDPf. Iy .iprraa. irpiil, for fi ill, or Im.iIiw, tv.7.', I'lrniUr .,-ut un ruuuavt -3 I' I ar- Every Ball Guaranteed Report Imperfections Beware of Imitations Every Ball Must Be Marked Marshall & Co. SHREWSBURY MILLS tiuui n , W, -k as... ?tr SO VI XPERKNCf. T "X. T .Not only acute lung troubles, which may prove fatal in a few days, but old chronic cough and throat troubles may reeerive lmmella.te r;lcf and be permartMntly cured by One Minute Cough Cure. Charles Rotters. ; VloU-ts are as d'-ar an In midwinter. Fine gilt soutache ln plcwts on bla k, brown, blue and white silk braid are a lovely finish for girdles, panels, ve Li, bolero and bodice ornaments. ' Unconditional surrendu, is the only ItermB those famous lfttle pills known as DeWltt's Little Early Risers will make with constipation, sick headache and stomach troubles. Charles Rogers. Weakness pfLIeii Quickly, Thoroughly, Porersr Cored by a Haw parfactMl arientllta Batbod that cannot tail onlaaa II, t. I. twjonil banian aid. Vis leel Ini prufad tha ffrat d,y. fnals banaflt arary da,, aom know roura.ir a king anions man In bod,, mind and haart. I braina and loaaaa endad. aarr olUrla to hanpf mamad lifarauuad. rra 1nrm will lailinf rloat,araraatord br thia traatmant. All waak iKirtlona ot tha bodf anlar(-d and lr-n(h-nad. Writ foronr hook, anth afplanatKma and ywjmm omut aaaiao, iraa. war 2.IW ralai uiik itakuiurib wui BtFrALO, N, V. TBADI MAKKSa DISIONS, COPVRICHTa ako. Anrons aendlns aket' h and dearrlptlnn maf qulrklraar:,irli,ln. frau, wlnitliiT an Invention Is probahljr falolihln. ('oiiimiiiitf-atloria atrlctlf eonndanrial. omhnl ntttiuvf tnrmivurtnu paiarits la America. Wa ha. 4 m Wa.hiiiifOui ettlr. HauiMia iak'n throuich Munu a Co. rawslre soaota. utAloe In ths SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, beantlt ilir lllnatrated. larraat circnlatlnn il EufMtto. Jourii.il, wa, kijr, u,miU.ll a rasri an. moiitha. H-. ,M..fi oopli a and UASO a OK I'.l'l K.NTH aaut Iraa. AUilrwaS MUNN A CO., 301 llroadnoy. Mew Ysrlu Beaver Hill . Gilman Coal ...Try It For Family or Steam Purposes. ELMORE, SANBORN & CO A(nU, Astoria. Manufactured from Flax selected specially for Columbia River Fishing ....See that every ball bears the MARSHALL LABEL- 6, 7, 8, 9, io, ii, 12, 13, 14 PLY 4o's. 13, 13, 14, 15, 18, PLY 5o's. 7, 8, 0, 10 PLY 3o,s. Elmore, Sanborn & Co. AGENTS 482 BOND STREET