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Local weather fcr the twenty-four
hours ending at 6 p. m. yesterday, fur
nUhed by the United State Department
ot Agriculture, weauim
Maximum temperature 78 degrees.
Minimum temperature. 5- degrees.
i'recipiuni"i , , ioot
Total precipitation from July I,
to date, VI. vt inuiiK. ,
Excess of precipitation from July 1,
189, to date, ii.n iniii".
' . NfevV DEPUTIES. ' '
J tarry i. Wherlty will occupy the rosl
tlon of deputy In the county clerk's
office under Frank Dunbar, and R. G.
Prael will be the chief deputy of flhcrlft
elect Hare. . ' '
Montana, cattle men are In the lower
part of Clatsop, county and Tillamook
r,icuinir un vearllnisu and two-year-olds.
They are purchased for shipment, via
Portland, to the ranges In the vicinity
of Butte City, where the climate Is too
severe In the winter for young beef.
OUT OF SEASON.
Two fishermen forgot themselves
Sunday and cast their nets at a time
when the law says they shall not. Dep
uty Weeks came upon them at the
head of Sand Island, and yesterday
they were up before Judge Osburn, who
fined them each $50 and costs.
. FOR TILLAMOOK.
Capt. Edwards, hull inspector, and
Franklin McDermott, boiler Inspector,
were down from Portland yesterday and
Inspected five steamers at this port.
They leave this morning for Tillamook
on the R. P. Elmore, to Inspect the
steamers Gen. Garfield and Louise there.
Th Son. Oueen" Is said to be mount
ed with the finest scenery ever brought
James McKevitt has accepted the po
rtion of nlghtwatchman at one of the
The Columbine Is expected to arrive
In Victoria from her trip to Alaska on
the 24th Inst. '
Iloure numbers are now In demand,
and tho hardware stores are selling
many of them.
Mr. Stuttz deserves credit for the pro
duction of such a superior piny as "The
Sea Queen" In Astoria.
The Munzanlta leaven today for a
week's trip to the southward to supply
and Inspect nil light stations.
The motor line was the favorite trans
portation comimny yesterday for those,
who took an afternoon outing.
Yesterday was the first day of the
school boy's summer vncutlon, and he
hardly knew what to do with himself.
It is reported there are some trout
over at Clatsop that have spiral shaped
tails, to help them pull under the cork.
Mr. Syverson, cf Dent, Or., Is- having
a lot of tram wheels and axles made at
tho Astoria Iron Works for his logging
TheBe are good old times. A clothier
has some suits displayed In his show
window for $3 a Bull, but no one has
Real estate men say that every store
room In town will be rented within a
week after It is assured that Astoria is
to have a railroad.
The steamer Telephone went down to
Tansy Point with a lot of horses and
wagons, which she brought down the
river for that place.
There Is to be an Important business
meeting at the Baptist church this even
ing, and It Is desired thnt every mem
ber of thnt congrengtlnn shnll be present.
It has been a long duy since Astoria
had a prize fight, and the dust Is bo
thick on the seats In the building where
the last was held thnt one could grow
vegetables on tlicnt.
A barber who took In a spurious half
dollar believes this kind of coin Is like
Miss Humulcn's ships, because they
"pass in the night."
Circuit court commenced yesterday.
There was no Jury, and the term will
be devoted to equity business and In
making up the Issues In luw cases for
the September term.
Jim Mclntyre and a native of Sunny
Italy broke tho Sabbath In a very dis
orderly way by fighting. They were as
sessed 10 and $5, respectively, In Judge
Osburn's court yesterday.
There's a break In the street opposite
P. A. Stokes' store, which If nut re
Iulred soon will catch some horse's leg
and so Injure the animal as to necessi
tate sending hi in to the equine heaven.
8hl Don't toll this to imne of the
members of the water commission. A
strip of oil cloth placed on each side of
a bed will cure aoiinmbullam. It la said
thatt the cold surface of the oil cloth
will Invariably awaken the sleeper.
There must be a good many awful
liars among tho voters of Clutsop coun
ty, If what some of Ue defeated candi
dates say is true, and Anannios did well
to establish his record long ago or these
deceivers would have outplayed him.
A shooting gallery, with a barrel or
gon accompaniment, started up last
Saturday on Concomly street. The man
who acts as chief gun-loader and book
keeper for the concern says "business
Is pretty good." and that he has no
Judge Browne did not arrive yester
day, and the spirits of the dealers In
real estate were at low ebb, but they
revived In tvo afternoon when a tele
gram came stating that he was on the
way. but had hew detained by a slight
lllno-s at Denver. !
WHEN TO ADVERTISE.
The very fact that only a few mer
chants are wise enough to advertise In
dull seasons, makes It all the more
profitable for those who do. You arc
these when others are not. It gives you
greater prominence. It will make your
advertising in busy times much more
' Common sense has a great deal to do
with advertising. Think about it from
a common-sense Standpoint. It may take
some "nerve" to pay out money for
newspaper space when the business Isn't
paying expenses, but it will pay.
More than half the business houses In
the country would be ahead If they
could shut up for three months In the
summer. But they don't dclt. Why"?
Simply because they can't afford to.
People would forget them.
Same way with advertising. Think
The kicker was out yesterday. He was
kicking because the Occident hotel wns
being painted, "for," said he, "when
the Job Is done the building's appear
ance will make Its neighbors look so
dingy that the owners will be compelled
to brighten them up, anil the thing
won't stop until It gets all over town."
THE NEW ELEVEN.
The following Is the composition of
the second eleven' of the Astoria Foot
ball Club, as chosen by D. McLean, cap
tain: C. T. Crosby, R. McLean, Ed.
Hansen, Charles Heilborn, Jr., Jack
Grant, James Meechan, H. T. Flnley, A.
D. Young, P. W. Weeks, W. L. Trul
llnger, D. McLean, and A. A. Cleveland,
Jr., John McCue, substitutes.
Mr. S. S. Gordon has heard and read
of the large salmon caught this season,
but seemingly had doubts about some
of them; for yesterday, when word was
brought down from the Cutting Pack
ing Company, that one of its boats had
brought In a 72-pounder, he left the
bank with his tp.pellne and went down
to prove up the story. He found a fish
52 Inches long and 4G Inches around,
which tlpied the beam at 73 pounds.
AFTER THE BATTLE.
John Smith's election to the senate
has ac(rd like yenst on Democratic
hopes, and the river bottoms will soon
be full of candidates setting their light
ning rods for nominations to take ef
fect two years hence. Young Democ
racy sterna to look to George Nolan as
their lender. He managed Smith's cam
paign, and the result was so surprising
there Is talk of putting hi mi In training
SAYS " 'TISN'T SO."
Al. McGlllls, steward of the Bteamer
Telephone, started the report in Chrls
tenson's meat market yesterday that
Frank J. Carney had returned from
Portland a murrled man, Mr. Carney's
friends, and he hus a multitude of them,
dropped In to congratulate blm, only to
find that It was Just one of McGlllls'
Jokes, and Mr. Carney was Just as sin
gle as he ever was.
SAME WAY IN CLATSOP.
From American Investments.
Up In Iowa the cow and the hen are
said to iay the family expenses and
furnish the living from day to day, and
the hog gets In his work by lifting the
mortgage on the farm. Grenb Is pork.
Orders can be left at Carnahrin's
shin? for the Astoria Wood Yurd for all
kinds of fuel.
Go to the Astoria Wood Yard for the
best kinds of wood; also best grades of
coal delivered In quantities to suit
For a delicious plate of pure Ice
cream, go to C. B. Smith, the Ice Cream
Dealer. Ice Cream Soda a specialty. Pri
vate parlors for ladles. 483 Third street.
Do you need a pair of shoes? Call on
us and bring your feet with you. 'Tls a
feat to lit the feet, and we have the
salesman who know how. Goodman &
We are out gunning for the man who
says he can t get his watch repaired
without sending it to Kan Francisco.
Why. we run a regular "Watch Hos
pital" and repair all kinds of breaks, at
Nleml's Jewelry Store.
Just arrived, by express from New
York, a large assortment of butter-color
laces, at New York prices. Where at?
Meany Is the lending tailor and pays
'he highest cash price for fur skins.
For 12, a lot Is delivered every week
o the buyer In Hill's First addition.
Hill's First addition la located In the
centre of the city. Lota are now selling
In it tor i
Japanese novelties and fancy dry
good, can be had at half price, at the
store of Wing Lee, next to Olsen's cigar
H. Ekstrom has fixed his prices for
Jewelry to suit the times, and the latest
novelties ran be secured at the cost ot
material used In the manufacture.
All the patent medicines, advertised
In this pnp.r, together with the choic
est perfumery, and toilet articles, etc..
oun be bmncht at the lowest prices at
J. W. Conn't drug store, opposite Oc
cident Hotel, Ai torto.
"Don't" go to Portland to buy your
tickets for the "Old Country" and the
East when you can get them for the
same price at the Union Puelfio office
In this city, and thereby save your lo
cal fnre l rillJ.
TO PAY CREDITORS,
The Herman Wise
YOUNG AMERICA WINS.
Great was the excitement at the va
cant lot back of the opera house, that
was, yesterday, when an association
game pf football was played between a
team from Uppertown called the As-
torians against a team called the Young
America"!. Master Charles Wright acted
lis referee, and was kept busy enforcing
rules, etc. Master Schonakeau captained
the Astorlans, and Master Presoott
Wright the Young Americas, the score
being, at the call of time, 9 to 6 in favor
of Young America. Quite a number of
spectators were sorry when time was
called, ao the game was full of Interest
from start to finish. At -one time tne
referee called out the game as even
when one of the contestants yelled, "No
it Isn't, It's five to five." The captains
Siy another game will lie played in a
day or two, and It will no doubt be
CAN BE BUILT IN SIX YEARS.
Lieut. Menocal, of the navy, tells the
house committee on commerce that the
Nicaragua! canal can be built In six
years, at a cost not much exceeding
t0,000,000, and that contractors Btand
ready to undertake to do the work for
this price. Several years ago he gave a
higher estimate of cost. This revised es
timate Is based on additional study of
the conditions. The whole tenor of his
testimony Is favorable to the prompt
undertaking of this great work, which
the government. In view of Its vast Im
portance to our commerce and to the
security of our national power, ought to
foster and aid as may bo needful to
make Its accomplishment certain. New
PAPERS AS LOCAL ENTERPRISES.
A local paper Is Just ns much a local
business enterprise ns any store In the
town, yet many people seem to think
that It Is a benevolent institution, and
It Is run for the fun of it. Now, a
dally paper Is the direct communication
between storekeeper, business men and
When a live man hus anything to say
to the people he uses the columns of a
live daily. All business men realize this,
and those who patronize the columns of
their dally newspaper reap sure and
quick returns. Amesbury (Mass.) Dally
"THE SEA QUEEN."
Hanlan Brothers' "Fantasma" is the
crack spectacular show of the United
States, and yet those who witnessed the
performance of "The Sea Queen" com
bination last evening at the Stuttz
Theatre state that It Is a better Bhow,
having more merit and better artists
than the Hanlons ever had.
It Is doubtful If AMtoriuns will ever
have an opportunity to witness a su
perior attraction of this kind, and we
expect to Bee the house crowded this
There will be a meeting of the Car
penters anil Joiners' Union hold Thurs
day, June 21st,. All members In good
stimdinis are requested to be present.
By order of
JAMES McKEVITT, President.
BOARD AND LODGING.
FIRST CLASS BOARD With or
without rooms, at reasonable rates. Ap
ply at E. C. Holden's, corner Main and
ONLY THE PUREST Wines and
liquora are sold at Alex Campbell's
H. A. SMITH
Rooms 1 and 2, Pythian Building,
over C. H. Cooper's store.
W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S.,
Mansell Hock. D73 Third street
J. E. LaFORCE, D. D. S.
HAS DENTAL PARLORS.
Flavel building, opposite Occident
W. M. LAFORCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Rooms 5, 6 and 7, Flavel a Brick
SII.A8 B. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office In Flavcl's bilcfe building.
b'RAKIC J. TAYLCF,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
J. Q. A. BOWLBT,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Office on Second Stitet, Astoria, Or.
DR. EILIV JANSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office, Disco's Drug Store. Hours, 10
to 12 a. m.; 2 to 6 ana i to p. nu oun
days, 10 to 11.
LIBERTY P. MULLI.NIX, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office, GS4Mi Third St., Astoria, Ore.
DR. O. B. ESTES.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special attention to diseases of worn'
en and surgery.
Office over Danzlgcr's store, Astoria
JAY TUTTLE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, AND
Office. Rooms 5 and 6, Pythian
Building. Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to
5. Residence. 639, Cedar street
DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY,
OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE.
May be found in his office until 10
o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until It
p. in., and from 5 until 7:30 evenings,
FOR SALE A new seine at a fair
price. Inquire of C. P. Uihur, Astoria,
CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small
means can buy real estate In Hill's first
LOTS FOR $2. Call at the Astoria
Renl Estate Exchange and get a lot
in Hill's First Addition for J2.
FIREWORKS Wing Lee has Just re
ceived a full line of fireworks of all
kinds, at all prices. E29 Third street.
FOR RENT Six room house fur
nished or unfurnished, water, bath, etc.,
Uppertown, In Adair's, Ogned avenue
or Third street. Inquire at this office
or at Mrs. A. Feakes.
A DELICIOUS DRINK. There Is
no place In Astoria where John Kopp's
famous beer is kept in such good con
dition as at Utzinger'a popular resort.
WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zin
fnndel wine Instead of coffee or tea.
Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget
peach and apricct brandy. Also French
I'nwnno and wine at Alex Gilbert's.
PILOT COMMISSIONERS Tho reg
ular meetings of this board will be held
on the Ural Monday of each month at
10 a. m.. at the office of Rybb & Par
ker. W. LTItobb. Sec
NOTICE Te regular meetings of
the Astoria Building and Loan Associa
tion are held at 8 p. m. on the first
Wednesday of each month. Ortlce on
Genevieve street south of Chenamus.
W. L. KOBa Secretary.
OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. 13, 1. O.
O. F. Regular meetings of Ocenn En
campment No. 13, In the Odd Fellows'
Building, at 7 p. m., on the second and
fourth Monday of ench month. So
journing brethren cordially In 'ted.
By order C. P.
COMMON COUNCIL-Regular meet
ings first and third Tuesday evenlnon
of each month at S o'clock In city hall.
Persons desiring to have matter acted
upon by the council at any regular
meeting must present the same to the
auditor and clerk on or before the Fri
day evening prlur to the Tuesday on
which the council holds Its regular
meeting. K. OSBUKN,
Auditor and Police Judge,
WITH a clean, wholesome
scalp, free from irritat
ing and scaly eruptions, is
produced by the Cuticura
Soap, the most effective skin
purifying and beautifying
soap in" the world, as well
as purest and sweetest for
toilet and nursery. It clears
the scalp and hair of crusts,
scales and dandruff, destroys
microscopic insects which
feed on the hair, soothes irri
tated and itching surfaces,
stimulates the hair follicles,
and nourishes the roots. It
not only preserves, purifies
and beautifies the hair, but
imparts a brilliancy and fresh,
ness to the complexion and
softness to the hands une
qualled by other skin soaps.
8.1H mnwWrf. Pri. K Po.
VI 11 lmu iku l ma. C'oar., BuMua.
. June 18, '94.
Sea Qaeen Combination
40 ARTISTS 40
Tons of Scenery,
Hours of flirth,
Music, Burlesque, Drama.
Sale of seats (oraraences at 10 o'clock Saturday at tho
box office. Combination prices, $1.00, 73 cents!, ,mh1 50
cents. Children, 25 cent?. "
PTIflEES, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY Afternoons
At the con sign eo sale, No.
(100 Third st., cor. West 0th,
is telling these hard times,
and the peoplo are not slow
in taking advantage of these
great bargains at this posi
tively closing out sale.
Why think of it, a good
suit of clothes for
$5, $6.50, $8.00, $10.00, and $12.50
That are worth from $10.00
to $25 a suit. And all other
goods in proportion. Ihe
consumer saves at least forty
per cent by purchasing at
The Consignee's Sale.
Remember-these goods are
all clean, fresh stock, and. vet
it is a forced sale. Don't for
get the pJace,JST0 000 Third
Street, comer of West fthith.
CAPT. A. 0. BEARir.
Having leased the steamer Occident,
I liavo her painted and refitted, and am
prepared to take Fishing and other par
ties at, reasonable rates; also Towing of
all kinds. Please give me a call. Or
ders left on board or with Mr. Chris.
Johnson, at the Astoria Packing Co.,
will be promptly attended to.
TH'H music of the trees and wild
river waves and ail the summer
time singers comes sweetest to the
housewife when she knows the 6 o'clock
meal can be got ready on her double
burner oil stove instead of the red-hot
ccoking range. There'll not be an even
ing from this on till October 1st but
she'll be glad she bought one. Have you
seen those In our window? H50. That
old gentleman who said they were ex
travagant has changed his mind and
has purchased his wife an! married
daughters each one.
NOE & SCULt.Y.
Is now manager at Geo. McLean's old
stand, corner Olney and Astor streets,
and is better prepared to all kinds of
work In the line of BLACKSMITHING
and HORSESHOEING than ever before.
S. H. WILLETT,
Has and Steam Fitting,
Hot Air, Steam and
,: Water Heating. .
Agent for Champion Hydraulic Beer
179 Twelfth street. Astoria. Or.