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Nevada Comb Honey Fin and Fresh, made by (tit bet. We guarantee It to bi atrlctly pure. 15c the One Pound Frame ROSS, HIGGINS & Co. WE SELL CHASE SANBORN'S BOSTON COFFEES. LOCAL BREVITIES. IU. TIM Anderson, massage. 1470 GAand Avenue, Given either at home or will call. School daya are here again Get your book and supplies at the Little Hook Store on 10th at. llulera and Hotter free with each jurrliae. The family restaurant of Aitorla la recognised aa the Ucm restaurant. The beet meala and the beet service In Aa toria. 120 Eleventh etreet. The Palace Catering company'e dining-room la again open undrr the aaoie management. Everything flrt claa. CuUine and service unexcelled. Private dining-room for ladles. If you went the family to U healthy strong and active, give them Ilallisfr'a Hotkey Mountain Tea thU month. Make rich, red blood, twne and muscle. 33 rente, Tea or Tablets. Frank Hart's Drug etore. TO PORTLAND I1.15. The O. It. k N. company will continue to tell ticket until UctoW 15lh from Atorl to Portland and rrturn for 1225, good returning until October 31, 1W3. Enjoy Columbia River Scenea On the drrka of the fast ateamer Tele graph, leaving Callendrr dink, Aitoria, fur Portland, daily, except Friday, at 2 P. M. Sundays, at 2:30 P. M. You reach Portland in ample time for a atroll or for an evening' visit at your friend' home. Good Goods Good Service Right Prices JOHNSON BROS., GOOD GOODS ul na Twelta St, Aataria. MORE BARGAINS 1 N FURNITURE OWING to the delay in the completion of our new store building we will continue our reduction sale during September. The Greatest Assortment The Finest Quality The Lowest Prices SCHASHEILBORM n Com pure nam-FU' Wtiorl A Akerman, taxidermists, mat tress maker, furniture upholstering, harness repairing, carpet cleaning and laying. Ninth etreet. CELEBRATES rJIRTHDAY. Mr. K. ('. Hidden, the jsipular aeere tary f the Temple hslgn A. K. k M. of this city celebrated hi 81st birth day yesterday. CAME IS POSTPONED. Owinjf to tin- funeral sen lee of Col onel Schcnrk at Frt Steven yesterday, the dull game between the team from lliut pluf and the local wa unavoid ably positioned, hut will no tloulit la pulled next Nunduy. DEATH WON THE FICHT. Leonard Cronen, the Young Logger In jured at Kelly' Camp, I No More. At 2:15 o'clock yesterday morning Ijnimtil Crimen, who wa so terribly manph-d under a rultinu Jog, at Kelly' iitni, 011 Friday, September Kill, and who ha made a gallaut struggle for his life at St. Mary' hospital ecr since, ui-cumls-d to hie burden of suffering, and death ha won another contest atraint brave and patient young man hood. II Kit determined to live if hi phy sicians and nurse and hi own in dominitahle spirit could pull hi 111 through, but the flight wa an unequal me and he rcliniui'iied it, dying in the arm of bi two devoted sisters, the Misses Mary and There Cronen, at the hour named, yesterday. 1 lie funeral acrvicca will Is- held tiii morning at H o'cha-k from St. Mary'a Catholic church in IhU city, Itev. Fath er Water, officiating, and interment will ne had at Greenwood cemetery immeili- ately after. Mr. ( ronen wa the youngest of five living children, the ladie alve named, and Mcr. Joseph and Franric Cron en, of this city. Ml Mary Cronen I from Heppner, Oregon, and Mi The re Cronen from Auburn, California. The youngest brother of the family wa miwt unhappy droHiii-d in (lie lower river in June, l!H. The diH-eax-T w a born in F.urcka, California, on tMola-r 2. Hst, and wa, consequently, on the very verged hi manhood, and before he wa crushed ten day ago, wa considered one of the llnet M'ciinen of vlgimma humanity in thi community. Snedal Round Trio Excmaion Bat of - . I3.00 lor tne fair via A. ft c. R. K. Tlcketa Sold Daily Until October 15th. Up to and including October 15th, the A. 4 C H 11 will acll round trip ex cursion tlcketa daily from Atoria to Portland and return rat, of $.1 for the round trip on account of the I-ewl and Clark exposition. Ticket purchased on or before OctoWr 2 will be g.tod for re turn passage 30 daya from date of ak, and ticket purchased after that data will be good for return passage up to and Including October 31. &x, FUPMISrHRJ. "7)1 J THE FALKE ARRIVES Croues the Bar During Funeral Obsequies of Col. Schencke. EXCHANGES SALUTES AT FORT Handiom Little Gunboat Makes Wo Stop at Aitoria Looki Like a Yacht No Visitor Board Bar Here Paaaei up to Portland. Jut a the trumiN-tcr were sounding tap" by the graveide of the bite Col onel Heheiicke at Fort Eleven, yester day afternoon, tne (iermun gunlioat Kalke entered from the M-a and fired a national salute of iil gun, which, to those gathered about the grave of the ileecaMMl soldier, seemed almost a part of the funeral honor being paid him. Ity the time that Captain (Jardncr, the senior, and commanding ofliccr at Koit Stevens, had reached the steamer iliN-k, and ascertained from whence the h I nte bad come, the Falke wa steam ing under slow 111 up the river, but wa soon overhauled by the post ateam er Mujor (iuy Howard, and Cuptain Itehutk, of the Falke wa hailed by Captain (iarduer, who annoum-ed that the foit would duly rc-poml, and very Imitly after this the guns of Fort Steven iotireil foith a ringing salute in honor of the stranger. Dining the com ei nit ion between the Vmerican and tiernmn olliivm, by iticga- pliotie, the eoiiininlcr of the Falke made it known that he had been apprised of the funeral and understood the delay in the n-poim- to his greeting. Captain (iatilner then informed him that be and l.icutcaunt Mitchell would board the Kalke olT Atoiin when she halteil to take 011 the river pilot, and the Ccrinan captain thanked him and said be would be welcome, whcrciiNn the Howard hauled away nnd steamed on to the ity. The Falke proceeded slowly up chan nel and when off the Ca I lender dock wa Isiarded by her pilot for Portland, and by the ofliccr from the fort and these gentlemen made it plain to the German -ouiiiiander that Atoria wa much cha giiiicd at the inability of the Falke to s-nd Mime time in thee water, to all of which Captain Itchm-k responded in term, and the handsome little war ves el priM-eeded on her way to the metro jsili, where, no one need doubt a very -onlial welcome await her. The Falke i a very natty veel of a thousand ton burthen, and cartica It "llicei and one hundred and eighteen men. Her line are very graceful and he look more like an American yacht tnmi a war steamer. The steamer Northland came down from Portland yetcrdav afternoon liiin- l-r laden for Nan Francieo, and paed over the bar alaiut 4 o'clock p. III. The passenger lsiat T. ,d. Potter ar rived up from llwaco at .V.IO o'ehak ve tenlay evening and docked at the O. K Jt'N. pier for an hour or more la-fore priNveding to Portland. She will taku up her work 011 the Portland-Astoria run immediately. The oil tank steamer Whit tier, from Li Angeles, towing the oil barge SanU Paula, arrived' in yesterday and came to anchor off the coal disk. The tow ing steauier M. F. Henderson took the barge 011 to Portland. The Harvest Queen came, down from Portland yesterday, and went to the Co Inmbia lliver Packing company' dock 011 the north shore and loaded up with t.iHKl case of salmon which she took The lti it steamer Imaum left the The ship Herlin now at Clinton will north shore quarantine station at 11:. '10 oVhsk yesterday raorninjf ami pro- eeeded to sea, where she puniiei out her nine hundred ton of Shanghai waler ballast, and returned in to the lower quarantine ground, where she will lie proprly fumigated, and released for her trip to Portland, at 3 p. m. Tues day. The steamer I'ndine left up for Port land at noon yesterday, carrying the freight dropped here by the ateamer South Hay on Saturday night. The ship Herlin now at Clifton will lie towed to Portland within a few daya to load lumber out for San Francisco. BIG TREAT IN STORE. Manager L. E. Selig7 of the Astoria opera house announce the closing of a contract whereby there ia assured to the citizen of Astoria a genuine treat of the theatrk-al sort, Birthing lesa than the appearance here on the evening of 1 uesday, fseptemlwr 2ith of one of Krau 1 F.rlanger' best road eomyanic in "8wet Clover," one of th bet and mot satisfying eoi.ncdy-draniaa now be fore the American public. Thi pr' onnel of the eomjiany and cat could iild not be aM-ertalned last rii'it. ! ut the assurance that it i one of Krau A Krlanger venture convey convic tion to all who have definite knowledge of their enterprise and high repute. HOTEL ASBITALS. At the Occident. B. Lachtig and wife, Han Francisco. A. OpiH-nlieimer, Kan Francisco. K. M. Dawson, Kan Francico. P. l-alicr and wife Creslon, Wn. A. F. Allerlon and wife, Tacoma. John Dunn, Portland. I. P. Fahy, (iardiner, Ore. J. Mamhlock, I'ullow, Ore. K. Miller, lirookfield, Ore. (iNi. IlihU-it, Chinook, Wn. II. J. Lilt, Portland. .Ia. F.lder. San Francio. t Church : t Notices : Baptiit Church. "The suhsin iM-cn-e and the sy-tem" wa the subject of an addr- delivered at the First Paptit church last even ing by Dr. (J. L. Tuft, superintendent of the anti-Saloon league of thi state, he sjioke a follows: "Liii-u-e give permission. The term i derived ffrom the Ijitin liceiitia, uieauiug power or freedom to act. It i dclim-d a "authority, leave or per mission to do any act or carry on any business or profeaion. Thi i the sig nificance of a marriage license, A phy- i-ian' license and likewise a retail liquor dealer' license. It i not, then, in the nature of a fine or puui-dnnent. You do not tax a crime, nor for the purMs of restriction or control. A li censed saloon has more liberty than one unlicensed. Again while a license giaut legal authority, it can not give absolute or inherent right. (Jumbling carried on in Nevada under lieciise i no more i i;:lit than it is in Oregon without a license. A tlie liquor traflic is a sin, a trans gression agaiust divine law, therefore it is a sin to legalize the liquor trallic by a lii-ense and a sin to vote for a licene law. License implies protection. The chief object of license or liquor tax is reve nue for governmental purpose. Those who supsirt the government are en- tilled to it protection. We pay taxes for the protection aptiust robbery and M-roiial violence. Si the authorities were consistent in jailing Carrie Nation. Hut do you want to protect a trac by legal authority which murder our citizenship? The drunken murderer i punished, but the licensed sahsin keep er gis on making more murderer. License secure promotion. Vnder thi system the liquor traffic double every decade. The dealer in Illinois and Nebraska recently took actiou against any change being made in their license laws which require an annual payment of $10(KI. It is the bet sya tern ever devised for the promotion of alonu traffic. License signifies partnership, for it sanctions and protect the business and regularly shares in its profit. It I hif-h time for Astoria to dissolve this partnership if you would promote tlie moral, financial and social interests of your city. Salvation Army. The Salvation Army had no cause last evening to complain of the size of the crowd tliat gathered to hear Kusign Story tell of bis experiences on a rocK pile to which he had licen ''railroaded" in Columbus, Ohio. The enign is a inger of more than passing ability and is a past master in the art of holding the attention of a street crowd, this fact in connection with the able assistance of the local company was the mean of attracting a crowd of several hundred people, who gave close and respectful attention during the entire services. Like Finding Honey. Finding health is like finding money o think aonie who are sick. When you have a cough, cold, sore throat, or chest irritation, better act promptly like W. C. Barber, of Sandy Level, Va. He says: "I had a terrible chest trouble, caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs; but- after finding no relief in other remedios, I was cured by Dr. King'a New Discovery let Consumption, Coughs and Colds." Greatest aale of any cough or lung medicine in the world. At Chas. Rogers' drug store; 50a and $1.00; guaranteed. Trial bottle free. FOOT BALL NOW "IT" Colleges and Hospitals Ready For theComing Season. OCCUPIES CENTER OF STAGE Universities Colletei and Clubs Art Now Getting Into Shape for What Gives Every Evidence of Being Beat Season ia Hiatory of the Game. From now until after the great Thanksgiving struggle for supremacy on tlie gridiron, between the thousand of universities, colleges, cluba and last but not lcat the public m-IiooI, all story of war, fire ami flood will fade into dim insignificant I Wore the cd even voice of the tousled headed thickly padded bundle of bone and niucle; commonly known a the "quarter back" a be sing out the magic number of 7-H-44- 1-2-3- and the 'zip" of the pigskin oval as it nestle lovingly In the embrace of two iron arms somewhere In the midst of twenty-two human thrashing ma- reetion at full speed, figuratively speak ing, the world is holding it breath when Lot liehold! the avalanche of mud and hair begins to untangle itself and the people in the North Shore News llwaco and Surroundings. In a preliminary hearing before Jus tice of the Peace King last Friday night, a charge again-t George Green, of as sault and battery on Dave Petit, was dinii-sed. The assault on Tetit occurred on Sat urday night, when be was riding hi wheel into town from a Long Beach dance. Petit allege that Green bid in an alley, until be rode along; then sud denly emerged, pulled him from hi wheel, saying, "Now I've got you, you Petit says be clinched with Green, but wa dealt a blow on the head with some blunt instrument, by an accom plice of Gtwn. lie did not recover con sciousness fur some time, and was ap parently left for dead by hi assailants. Hi scalp is broken ois-n in several pliKes, and bia face frightfully Ulcer ated. Green afterward oienly Umsted of the crime on the streets, but Justice King threw the case out of court, on an alleged legal technicality. County At First National Bank of Astoria, Ore ESTABLISHED ISSC. Capital and Surplus $100,000 Kiljunen & Roelofsz have disolved partnership. Mr Roelofsz will open up a new tailor shop in a few days. In the mean time all orders left at Scully's Cigar Store will receive prompt attention. The u-. L li pump I grandstand imagine that the garbage work ha taken life and started to ex plore the football field, when thud! In aa much time as it take a table finisher to pocket a silver-plat tea spoon, the mob scene vanbhe and a mound of husky Individuals spring op in the center of the field. Somebody holler "down " a guy dressed ia a sweat er and a pair of old brown pant blow a whistle and the morgue official rushea out with a sack to collect the stray anna, riba and collar-button. These are the days when the college professor get his. When the old ram with the brush calls his class to order he will have a full house composed principally of empty seats. During the football season most of the student will be studying psychology ami monotony out on the bleacher and those who art not on the bleacher will be on tlie field conditioning for the morgue. Football i typically a college game, and during the season all college work revolves about the pig-skin. Problem in calculus and analytic mechanic re pose in the ah can, while the engineer ing student i memorizing the football songs. The football squad forget their 'own name when they are learning the signals. The training table and field of honor are the only two places that have any attraction for the iron-jawed cy clone with football aspirations. Parental objections and physical dis abilities are brushed aside in the en-' tbusiasm of the rough-and-tumble game. The honor of serving bis Alma Mater is uppermost in every college man's mind and he will sacra flee ev erything to perpetuate hi name in the annals of hi university and the re ceiving hospital. The Astorian. 75 cents a month. torney He wen prosecuted the case, and Attorney Winton of Astoria appeared for Green. It is alleged that it cost Green's father $250 to clear his son of the scrap, and that Petit has been served notice, to the effect that the next time he and Green meet he wont get off so easy. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Carmichael, who have spent the summer jn llwaco, re turned to Spokane Sunday, where they will reside in the future. Mis Mamie Coffey, who has been the guest of her friend, Mrs. W. E. Clan cey, nee Miss Bessie Sals), returned to her home in Astoria Sunday. A dance was given in the opera house Saturday night. White's orchestra fur nished the music, and the affair was well attended. Mis Mae Simmons of llwaco and Misa Rose of South Bend, left for Port land on the Potter Sunday night, and will remain at the metropolis for some time. John McGowan was over from the cannery Saturday. Delohos ; THE CAN that NEVER OVER-FILLS LAMP IS UnequQlefl ttpiiiitip iDiin The Can (is guaranteed satisfactory by the makers. Pump cannot get out of order; it is braced to the bottom of the Can; it will not wear out: any kind of oil. This Can is stronger than any Can made. The top of ran is supported from below. The hinged cover conceals the pump;, keeps out dirt; makes it the most attractive Can sold. Sold'Only in Astoria by W. J. SCULLEY, Aeent'" 472 COMMERCIAL ST.