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THE DAILY ASTORIAN, ASTOIUA, WEDNESDAY JIOKNIJW". JUNE 0, J 81)4.
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H....HU 2 60 1 0 il 52 0 2 4 48 -0 7 AROUND TOWN. Plain flowing and dressmaking by the day. 385 Genevieve street. John T. Hay la out again, nftor a three weeks' spell of sickness. There are several localities that claim the worst stretches of sldewulk In the city, . The Pluttz hand was out last jiltfht serenading the new sheriff, Jam's W Hare. Bloodshed Is threatened In Union. town. They arc talking of organizing n hrass band. Order fun ) left oti Camnhan' store for the Astoria Wood Yard fur u! kinds of fuel. H. C. Voeth- is the fatlier of a 7 1-2- pound Kill, nnd is as happy as a success ful candidate. Greenwood is a beautiful cemetery, nnd yet no one wishes to get I Here e arly to avoid the rush. Go to the Astoria Wood Yard for the best kinds of wood ; also liest grades of coal delivered In u.uantltics to suit The current In the river at the pros ent high stage of water Is unusually rapid, nnd a man's life would not stand much chanca should he fall overboard. There's a good time a-comlng In As toria, nnd no defeated candidate . ill have to sit up nlglts thinking how he will have to choke the wolf at the door. For a delicious pluto of pure let cream, go to C. B. Smith, the Ice Cream Dealer. Ice Cream Soda a specialty. Pri vate parlors for ladles. 483 Third street, Yes; Mr. William Welch will soon be nought after to sign a contract for sev eral mnita'.lno articles, in which the clause "Now let the gulled Jado wince1 Is liable to appear quite often. There are n,bout 125 traveling men held In Portland by the floods, but they like It. There Is one thing about Port lund that alwnya makes the cigar drum mer feel at, home. All the Portland girls know the handkerchief lltilations. What Is the matter with our evening contemporary? H ought at least en courngc home talent. Yesterday it pub lished a half column article which orig inated last week in The Ast.vl.in end then gave the Portland Tel.gram credit for It. Columbia Harbor, No. 22, Masttrs' on 1 Pilots' Association. Dalil on the 4th Inst. Its first Insurance loss. The amount of Iho claim was $178.50, and the policy was held by Mis. Charles Curlson, widow ol tho late Capt. Carlson, of the steamer Chilcat. The I.ond in Timber Trades Journal of April 28 says: "The Oov. Ames, from Pogct Sound all timber laden, Is on the way here olmrtored for orders, but We hear that her cargo Is already sold to arrive. This highly meritorious tlmbei Is slowly nmklnif headway In the mar kels of Kunpt but Its progress Int circulation la not expected to be as rapid as wus the case with plt.'li pine from the Gulf of Florida, the conditions of freight being so different ; nnd this- will lo the great obstacle to its devel opment in the markets of Europo until some moan of cheuiier transport un devised. The wood Is splendid In every way, but 14,000 miles by sea Is a long way to bring It." Do you need any mil Heads, State ments, lA'tter Heads, Circulars, or any other kinds of PrinUiig? If so, nive this nttlce the order, wo have engaged n llrst-class Job printer, who will trlve any work Intrusted to us his Thoughtful, Mindful, Careful and Intelligent Con sideration. It takes downright hard work to do in is, nut we do IK THE ASTOUIAN. "A TALENTED EDITOR," ' Gentlemen: I had occasion to use several boxes of Krause's Headache Capsules while traveling to Chicago to attend the National lieiuocrallc Con vention. They acted Ilka a charm In preventing headaches and dlszlnesa. Have had very little headache since my return, which la remarkable. Yours, respectfully, JOHN U. SHAFFER, Kd. ltonovo (Pa.) ttecord. For sale by Chus. Rogers, Astoria, Or., sole agent FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS Mra. Window's. Soothing Syrup ha been used for children teething. II soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind chollo, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five rents a bottle. Sold by all drug gists throughout the world. LADIES. ATTENTION! Carpets beaten and replaced with the greatest dispatch by C. Axten. Leave i.nl'tn at Porter's Furniture Store, No. M7 fecoiid street FOOTBALL PRACTICE GAMES. Hereafter tho members of the Foot ball club will practice cn Monday,' Wed nesday and Friday evenings. On each Wednesday evening there will be a match game between picker -ams from the club. It is the Ir.te :io tr give the first eleven as much" , "ft Mo.' as possible before the big match with the Multnomah team on the Fourth of July. A strong second eleven has been picked, and Interesting contests are ex pected, especially on Wednesdays, when the motor will leave at 6:30 p. m. sharp. There will be no charge for admission to the grounds. A large number of the admirers of the game will go down to the grounds this evening. A meeting of the active members of the club will be held tomorrow even lng at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose of selecting the second eleven and appoint ing a captain for that team. It Is possl Mo a special match gamej between the two teams will be played on Saturday evening. NOT FOR SAMS. In the State of Washington and Hrlt Ish Columbia considerable attention has been given of late to Point Roberts a small point of land Jutting out' from the mainland of Iirttish Columbia 'on the United Stales sld of the boundary line, This small point of land contains some four thousand acres, and was set aside as a military reserve, but It Is under stood that It has been or will be shortly abandoned as a reserve. British Colum bia Is most anxious to obtain possession of It, and with that end In view, the government of the province has lately been inc morlnllzed to petition the Do minion government to enter Into nego tiations with the United States looking 'to Its acquirement, one proposition tliut has been mootod being that the Cana dian government should exchange for It some land opposite Alaska. The rea son of this anxiety to secure the point Is Its importances connection with the salmon fishing Industry. The Eraser river, as Is well known. Is one of the leading places In the world for salmon canning, there being about thirty canneries alonjf the river. At present there are two canneries lo cated ut Point Roberts, and they dis tribute some $30,000 to $40,000 a season. It is estimated that of all the salmon that go up the Fraser river about one half pass around Point Roberts, nnd while the Fraser river canneries are harratsed by a high license and a short season, the Point Roberts fishing grounds are free from such embarrass ments; the fish are numerouB, and there Is room there for some six or seven more canneries. Situated as It is, Point Roberta Is a good place at which to tstabllsh canneries and to Intercept the llsh before entering tho Fraser river, and Its acquirement by Canada would practically place the control of this growing Industry in this section in the lumdB of the Canadians. Hradstreets, GREAT CANADIAN STEAMERS. The London Times, May 21, published a description of the steamships that are to be employed In the Anglo-Canadian mall service In connection with the Pe olllc lino. "The dimensions of the four Atlautlo vessels are 072 feet in length, 62 fot -beam, anij depth of hold 42 fe;t, ttlt.h. s. load dltift of 30 feet, making them the deepest vessels afloat. They are two feet deeper than the Cunnrd liner I.tHunla. This great depth Is ren de-rt-d i.-osslble by the fuct that the Can adian und English hnrbors have deeper waters than Uie harbor of New York The gienter depth of the new steamers allows of a stronger hull and will give better results In a seaway, and also as slst in the development of speed. The fi eight carrying cniwu-lilrB of the steam ers Is llxed ut. 3,500 tons each, In addi tion to a coal bunker capacity of S.OOO tona. The engines are of 21,000 horse power, and they will drive the vessels at a ieed of 20 knots ier hour In or dinary weather." 8TUTTZ THEATRE. rno "i.'oiieen Imwn iliew nnothr wod house l.mt night. The dmma will be r'eptuted tonight and tomorrow rlsht. In preparation, tho great "Streets of New York." . CARD OF THANKS. The undersigned h roby nn st crdli'.ly thanks tho members of Seaside lodge, No. 12, and all neighbors and friends, who so generously extended a helping hand during the sickness and death of my beloved wife, also to oil those who paid hor the hutt respects attending the funeral yesterday. SAM KROGER, Mcnny Is the hading- tailor and pays ne nignesi casn price lor rur skins. For $3, a lot is delivered every week to the buyer in Hill's First addition. Tee'hlng babies and feverish tl.'.Mren need St-e-e-dman'a Soothing Powders. Try them. Hill's First addition is located In the centre of the city. Lota are now selling In It (or tX Call at R. T. Humphrey's, S72 Third street, for Fish, poultry, and all kinds or game in season. good.4, can be had at half price, at the ioro ci ng jee, next to uisen cigar store. II. Ekstrom has fixed his prices for jeweny to suit, the times, and the latest novelties enn be secured at the cost of material used In the manufacture. Don't go to Portland to buy your tickets for the "Old Country" and the East when you can ret them for the bh price at the Union Paclfto office In this city, and thereby sava your lo eal fare to Portland. ALCOHOL FOR SALE. , ALCOHOL can h nuivhiubHl at the White House Corner, In flask or bottle quantities. WRIGHT & H.WtlllS, Proprietors. Fox May lie Defeated by a Small Majority. RETURNS NOT ALL IN YET Prof. Lyman and Two Democrats possibly Elected by Small MojoritieK. The returns are coming In very slowly from tho outlying county precincts. Tho race between Fox and Smith has been surprisingly close, and there is still a small chance that Fox may be eleoted. It Is generally conceded that Prof? Lynum, with Messrs. l'ohl and Oberg, on tho Democratic ticket, are elected. Up to the hour of 8 o'clock p. rn. yes terday the following Is the vote ng re ceived here, with Young'B River pre cinct, where there were 98 votes cast; Vesper, with 24 votes; Elsie, with 4s; North Fort, 22, and John Days, 23 votes, nod Included: FOR GOVERNOR. Wm. Galloway, Dom 473 .In. n as Kennedv. Pro S Wm. P. Lord, Rep MH Mnlhan I'lei-ce. Rel) 477 ECRTARY OF STATE. H Tl. Tv'lm-Blrt. Ren Ml F. MeKlrcher, Pro fi; Charles Nickell. Dem ' 450 Ira Wakefield, Pop...., 41 STATE TREASURER. R. P. Caldwell, Pop 420 T. L. Davidson, Dem 41 P. Metschan, Rep MS I V Ui,-hiii-ilRrn. Pro Of FOR SUPREME JUDGE. A. S. Bennett, Dem 502 H. V. TIhIhp. Poo 3S8 T. P. Hackleman, Pro Charles E. Wolverton, Rep 9M ATTORNEY GENERAL. C. J. Drlght, Pro 77 W. H. Holmes, Dem 430 C. M. Idleman, Rep 902 M. L. Olmstead, Pop 428 SUPERINTENDENT PURLIC IN STRUCTION. It TV Harford. Pro 88 C. M. Irwin, Rep 954 T. C. Jory, Pop 431 1). V. S. Reld. Dem 5G8 STATE PRINTER. W. H. Leeds. Ret 1033 J. H. McKlbben, Pro S J. O'Brien, Dem 519 a. M. Orton. Poo 433 DISTRICT ATTORNEY, FIFTH DIS TRICT. W. N. liarrjtt. Rep 1059 E. F. Drlggs, Dem 263 S. n. Smith. Pod : 523 MEMBER BOARD OF EQUAL17.A TION, FIFTH DISTRICT. Al. Lncey, Pop 5S0 G. Wlngate, Rep UJS FOR CONGRESS, SECOND DISTRICT. W. R. Ellis, Rep 1018 A. F. Miller, Pro 57 James II. Raley, Dem 422 Joseph Waldrop, Pop 450 STATE SENATOR. John Fox, Rep 1001 John 11. Smith, Dem 1037 REPRESENTATIVES. C. J. CURTIS, Rep , 11S1 C. S. Dow, Pop fiiil Sofus Jensen, Pop 814 C. F. Lester, Rep 99; COUNTY JUDGE. J. II. D. Gray, Rep 1231 C. W. Shively. Pop 7tU COUNTY CLERK. F. I. Dunbar, Rep 1009 Carl A. llnnsen, Pop 494 Arthur Lebermnn, Dem 458 SHERIFF. James W. Hare, Rep 1124 Patrick O'Hara, Pop 850 COUNTY TREASURER. Isaac R.-rgmun, Dem D. L. Ward, Rep 1114 RECORDEH. D. R. Blount. I nd 293 C. S. Gunderson, Rep 900 P. W. Weeks, Dem 0C D. H. Welch, Ind 179 COUNTY COMMISSIONER. C. lirttdbury. Pop C. Pet-rNon, Rep P. A. Trulllnger, Dem 703 COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTEN DENT. C. C. Brower, Rep 929 H. S. Lyman, Pop 1048 ASSESSOR. A. Gibbons, Rep Si'.7 F. M. Gunn, Dem , P. F. llalferty, Pop 4i.4 B. S. Worsley, Ind 374 SURVEYOR. Richard Harry, Rep 1143 Alfred S. Tie, Dem 800 CORONER. Adolph Johnson, Rep 15$ Wm. C. A. Pohl, Dem 852 Thomas Qulnn, Pop ; JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. John Abercrombte, Rep 626 J. M. Hughes, Dem 503 J. 1'. SciWhan, Pop 29' CONSTABLE. Fred. Oberg, Dem 669 John Reed, Pop 3tf John W. Wlch, Rep 472 WANTED. HUU will be. received and opened Yednesday for paint- ' i ins the Astoriau bnidin?ivith two coats" of Linseed Oil and White Lead. THE ASTOUIAN. TO.CANNERS AND SEINERS. Just received from the Wlllapi Har bor manufactory, a fresh supply of Hemlock Tannin Extract for . tanning gill nets, selns, etc. W. 13. ADAIR, Agent, 4U1 Third btreet. BOARD AND LODGING. FIRST CLASS BOARD With or without rooms, at reasonable rates. Ap ply at E. C. Holden's, corner Main and Jefferson.. JVANTED. wivTPn A rvr.-nnetpnt eii l for ten-i eral housework; good cook and laun-j dress; leferences required. Apply cor ner Court and Benton streets. Mrs. Samuel Elmore. WANTED Organizers, wilh good ref erence, -n either salary or commission, to represent a well known and estab lished Fraternal Benefit Order, with a well invested reserve. Benefits, $100 to $500. VVilte for terms to Wm. F. Lan der, Sup.,.Sec'y, Suite 7, Mansur block, Indianapolis, Ind. ANY LADY, wishing to make $20 per week quietly a.1 her home, address with stamped envelope, Miss Lucile B. Loj gan, Jollet, 111. This offer Is bonaflde, and it will pay you to Investigate If you can spara only two hours per day. WANT10D A girl for general house work. Inquire over Shanahau's store. AGENTS Makes $5.00 a day. Great est kitchen utensil ever invented. Re tails 35cts. 2 to 0 sold in every house. Samp e, postuge paid, five cents. For sliee & McMakin, Cincinnatti, O. $75.00 PER WEEK using nnd selling Dynamos for plating watches, Jewelry and tableware. PlateB gold, -silver, nickel, &c, same as new goods. Differ ent sizes for agents, families and shops. Easily operated; no experience; big profits. W. P. Harrison & Co., Clerk No. 14, Columbus, Ohio. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Six room house fur nished or unfurnished, water, bath, etc., Uppertown, in Adair's, Ogned avenue or Third street. Inquire at this ofllce or at Mrs. A. Feakes.' FOR SALE. FOR SALE ISO acres of land near Knappo, Clatsop county. Price, $1,000 $100 down and balance to suit purchaser. Inquire of L. N. Mitchell, I'. O. Knappa. CHANCE FOR ALL Men of small means can buy real estate In Hill's first addition. LOTS FOR $2. Call at the Astoria Real Estate Exchange and get a lot in Hill's First Addition for $2. FIREWORKS Wing Lee has just re ceived a full line of fireworks of nil kinds, at all pikes. 529 Third street. SOCIETY MEETINGS. PILOT COMMISSIONERS The reg ular meetings of this board will be held on the first Monday of each month at 10 a. m., at the olllce of Robb & Par ker. W. L. "Robb, Sec. NOTICE The regular meetings of the Astoria Building and Loan Associa tion are held al 8 p. in. on the first Wednesday of each month. Otlco on Genevieve street, south of Chcnamua, W. L. ROBB, Secretary, OCEAN ENCAMPMENT No. 13, 1. O. O. F. Regular meetings of Ocean En campment No. 13, In the Odd liellows' Building, at 7 p. m., on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. So journing brethren cordially In (ted. By order CP, COMMON COUNCIL Regular meet Ings first and third Tuesday evenings of each month at 8 o clock la city hall. Persons desiring to have matters acted upon by the council nt any regular meeting must present the same to the auditor and clerk on or before the Fri day evening prior to the Tuesday on which the council holds its regular meatlng. K. OSBURN, Auditor and Police Judge. BEVERAGES. ONLY THE PUREST Wines and liquors are sold at Alex CampbcU'b Gem. A DELICIOUS DRINK. There Is no place In Astoria where John Kopp's famous beer is kept in such good con dition a3 at Utzinger's popular resort. WINES AND BRANDIES. Use Zln fandel wine instead of coffee or tea. Fifty cents per gallon. Don't forget peach and apricct brandy. Also French Cognac and wine at Alex Gilbert's. BUSINESS CARDS. A. GIBBONS. ADJUSTER OF ACCOUNTS and PROFESSIONAL BOOKKEEPER Olllce, with General Messenger Co., 515 Suuemoque Btreet. J. II. MANSELL, REAL ESTATE BROKER. Notary Public Fire and accident In surance. W. W. PARKER, REAL ESTATE AND INSUR ANCE AGENT. Office, 112 Benton street. Astoria, Or. MISCELLANEOUS. tel at Seaside Is open the year around. CALL ON P. BAKER. 478 Third St:, and have your clothes dyed and cleaned. GEO. McLEAN, corner Olney and As ter streets, does a general businesa In blacksmlthing &nd repairing. WHEN IN PORTLAND Call on Handley A Haas, 150 First street, and get the Dally Astorian. Visitors need not miss their morning paper irhlle there. YOUR FRIENDS IN EUROPE. If you have friends in Europe whose pas sage you wish to prepay to Astoria, call at the Northern Pacific offlce. steamer Telephone dock, and make known your wants. Reduced fare via il the leading steamship lines. ARB TOU GOING EAST? Patron-t l7.e the Northern Pacific railroad if you are Going East. Low' ratea of fare, throuth tickets, beirgaare check ed to Q-eUnatlua. All purchasers cf sec-und-ciaM tickets caivsiop ovr at Portland- Rate of faro same as trou PorHani ... rpH.B music o the e nd Ud ""T"? C goty on ter6doubiek eir LtrnOf the red-hot . coking lunge. "( ,er 1st but ..f'.ad'she'b.lucne Hav daughters each or.e. & SCULLY- G. CHUISJENSON I ow manager at Geo. Mean's old stand, corner Olney and As or streets, and is beuer prepared to all Wndj of work In tho line of BLACh-bMI rilirvU and HORSESHOEING than ever be fore. Do You Wish To enrich your table nmlcMyl Here's a chance, nt A. V. Allen . English ware, nnd lots of It! W n Flower docoratlonB of various sorts, - . . ... I. .I...!.... iirlor.a - ailll III quu nni' l' , , Modest-priced glassware, too, of I course. The shelves are crowded with them. Corner of Cass andj StuemoqueSt.reets. Str. ECLtlPSE, CAPT. Al. SKIBBE, Makes trips to Gray's River Thurs days and Fridays. Parties wishing to charter applv on board, at Ross, mar gins & Co.'s Dock, or their ofllce. S. H. WILLETT, PLUMBING, (ias and Steam Fitting, Hot Air, Steam and Water Heating. Agent for Champion Hydraulic Beer Pumps. 179 Twelfth street, Astoria, Or. FREEMAN & BREMNER, UIuckHmitlia. Special p.ttentlon piaid to steamboat re pairing, first-class horseshoeing, etc. LOGGING CfllVIP GJOHK A SPECIALTY. 197 Olney street, between Third and and Fourth, Astoria, Or. 1 (Gaining Every Day.) Put your Hps around one of the Sena tor Stanford or the Schiller Cigars, then light It and draw. What do you find? The finest two for a quarter on. the Coasts and they are gaining new cus tomers every day. CHAS. OLSEN, 527 Third street. Cuticura Remedies Are Pure Sweet Gentle And Most Economical Because Speedily Effective. Mothers and Children Are their Warmest Friends old tkmfknt tli wwrl. PHa Cutirmrm, SOe.; Bos p. tBc Baeolvmt, U FoUr Drug mni Chem. Corp., Soto Pt prtotoT. Bottom. r"H. to Cni BftXa ud lUood DUmm,m waited fro. life PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ? H. A. SMITH DENTIST. Rooms 1 and 2. Pythian Building, over C. H. Cooper's store. : W. C. LOGAN, D. D. S., DENTAL PARLORS. Mansell Block, 573 Third street J. E. LaFORCE, D, D. S. HAS DENTAL PARLORS. in the Flavel building, opposite Occident. FULTON BROS.. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Rooms 3, 4, 5, and 6, Odd Fellows' Building, Astoria, Oregon. W. M. LAFORCE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Rooms 5, C and 1, Flavel s Brick Building. SILAS B. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offlca in Flavel's bilck building.. FRANK J. TAYLCF. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Astoria, Oregon. J. Q. A. BOWLBY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAV. Ofllce on Second Strict, Astoria, Or. DR. EILIV JANSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllce, Olsen's Drug Store. Hours, 10 to 12 a. m. ; 2 to 0 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sun days, 10 to 11. LIBERTY P. MULLINIX, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. . Office, 5S4Mi Third St., Astoria, re. DR. O. B. ESTES, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Special attention to diseases of wom en and surgery. Office over Danzlger's store, Astoria. JAY TUTTLE, M. D. PHYSICIAN. SURGEON, AND ACCOUCHEUR. Ofllce, Rooms 5 and 6 Pythian Building. Hours, 10 lo 12 and 'I to 6. Residence, UJ9, Cedar street DOCTOR ALFRED KINNEY, OFFICE AT HIS RESIDENCE, May be found In his ofllce until 10 o'clock mornings, from 12 noon until' 'i p. m., and from 5 r.ni'.i 7:",1 evenings. The Immense Slaughter of Goods At tho consignee snlo, No. (500 Third sCcor. West Uth, is telling these hard times, and the people are not slow in taking advantage of these gtvat bargains at this posi tively closing out sale. Why think of it, a good suit of clothes for 15, $6.50, $3.00, $10.00, and $12.50 That arc worth from $10.00 to $25 a suit. And all other goo is ii pioportion. Tho consumer saves at least forty per cent by purchasing at The Consignee's Sale. remember these gootftf are all clem, fresh stock,, and yet it is a forced sale. Don't Tor get the place, No. G00 Third citre.jt, to.-ner of West ftinth. I. R. & N. CO.'s Steamer Ilwaco. Leaves Astoria dally at 7:30 o'clock, for Ilwaco, and con necting with railroad running north at 10 a. m., and with boats on Shoalwnter bay for SOUTH BEND, SUNSHINE, NORTH COVE, and other pointa through to GRAY'S HARBOR. Return ing, connects at Ilwaco with steamers for Astoria, and NIGHT BOATS FOR PORTLAND. JOHN R. COULTER. Secretary. L. A. LOOMIS, President. - R. V. EGBERT; Superintendent. Portland and Astoria. STEAMEK TELEPHONE. Leaves Astoria every evening except Sunday at 7 p. m. Arrives at Astoria every dav excont Sunday at 4 p. m. Leaves Portland everr rta exivnt Sunday at 7 a. m. W. STONE, Agt, Astoria. B. A. Seeley, general agent, Portland. A LOCK v Is something you want, if not today, you will want i sometime. We keep carpen ter's tools too, and if this weather will only pull itself togetlicr you will want pltnty ot' Hardware cf whkh we have a plenty only waiting your call. , J. II. WYATT, HAHDWAIlli UtCALKU, Ojj .()- il V