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THE DAILY ASTORLtN, ASTORIA,; FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1894
FOR CHEAPER RATES.
BTATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
A Steamboat Rato'War Bookod for the A Training School for Teacher Thfo-
Noar Future. ' ry and Practice Combined,
There Is going to be war before long "Teaching la the Noblest Art, but the
among the steamboat companies ply- Sorriest Trade."
Ing between here and Portland, and It' Thirteenth annual session Of the State
will probably end by affording a much normal school; at Monmouth, Oregon.
cheaper rate to and from the metropo-j strong professional course, 'and well
lis. It will be nothing new to the peo- eauluDed mxlel school.
pie of Astoria, for time and time again I Thorough Preparatory ond Academic
have the transportation companies got Courses.
their backs up and said mean things Normal, Advanced Normal, Business,
of one another, which invariably re- Jlutlc, and Art Departments.
suited In a downfall of rates, going so Light .expenses. Board and lodging
low ul times that It was actually' books and tuition, not over $150 per
cheaper to ride' than walk. But the1 year.
low rate did not agree with any oft The town of Monmouth has a beautl
them for a great length of time, the ful and healthful location In the very
result being that after a few days. of heart of the Willamette Valley, .twelve
cutting and sUi.m1i ing, matters would be1 miles southwest of the state capital. It
patched up between Uiem and then the has no saloons.
dear public made good the losses 'of I The Normal School Diploma entitles
war. one to teach in any county In the state
Three years ago the old steamer Asto- without further examination. Gradu-.
rlan, a comfortable little vesBel, by the ates command good positions.
way, went on the route with a 50 centj Expenses: Tuition per term of ten
litre, us ui inuuceiiieni lor me puouc to weeks, normal, 6.2o; suo-normai, u;
jKitrunize her. She got a liberal share commercial, $6.25.
of the patronage, too, and made such Board and lodging: Board at Nor-
an Inroad on the business of the other mal Dining Hall, $1.75 per "week; fur
cumpanles, that It is said, "she was' nlshed rooms, with fire and light, from
paid to go .iround the point! Jl.00 to $1.25 per week; unfurnished
and tie up." Just huw true the last
assertion is, those outside of the combi
nation are not able to substantiate, but
the fact does remain, however, that
the steamer Astorian was tied up. over
In Young's bay, and is still there. Sev
eral days ago the Astorian- published
a statement that the steamer was being
newly painted and repuired, and would
soon go on the river between this city
and Portland. The Information came
from her owner, who said that no time
would be lost In getting her on the old
rooms, CO centB per week. Board and
lodging 1" private families, from $3 to
$3.60 per week.
Vitality and growth have always
characterized the work of the Normal.
The coming year promises to be one
of the best In Its history.
Catalogues cheerfully sent on applica
P. L. CAMPBELL,
Or, W. A. Wann, Secretary of Faculty.
ON THE SAFE SIDE.
run. While Mr. Parker, the owner, did
not say so, It Is naturally inferred that, I Everybody knows this Is a good place
I to be. but everybody does not take
the combine had withdrawn their
An efficient pre-
uaiiT aso BAmsrss co.vs to tou
u tout a unnruie tto
,-man. aus meMnnRvr in
! Un easo is Dr. i'lurce t
all need the best of
care, proper regard
for hygiene and the
It's a tenia and
n j nervine, a remedy pre
scribed by an -eminent
jj v. pnyatcian anu sppcuwss
X for all the peculiar ills and
ailmeuts of women.
Some dispositions are sunny even in pain.
But, it was not meant that women should
suffer so. (She need not, while tuere'a a
remedy that regulates and promotes all the
proper functions, dispels aches and pains,
brings refreshing sleop and restores health
and vior. In tho " compluints," wcuknosses,
and irregularities of womanhood, it's the
only uuaruntced remedy.
It It fails to benefit or cure, you get
your money back,
Notice 13 hereby given to all person
holding Clatsop county warrants No.'
174. 124. 123. 110, 4745. 145, 143, 140, 139
141, 136, 142, Indorsed on April 18,
to present thesame to tne county ireas
urer for payment, as interest will coos
thereon after the date of thlB notice b
Dated tills 17th day of July, A.- I. 1S94
B. L. WARD,
County Treasurer of Clatsop Co.
measures to be there,
rt vantn.Hva nlno 119 Ml the Safe Side of
mnnthlv allnwjinrp nrpfp'rrinp. trt taL-a j. i . i. ia
J ' o - incipient uisetiiH?, anu mcic w who
- chances In holding theln own against' more reliable than Hostetter's Stomach
her. should she eo back on the rlvpr. . I Bitters In cases where the kidneys are
. ,u . . i inactive, which Is bue the preliminary
Another new factor comes Into thoto varloUs destructive maladies, which
field tomorrow. The Sarah Dixon, for, disregarded have a fatal termination.
the past several years on the upper riv-' Bright's disease, diabetes, dropsy, oede
er runs, will leave Portland tonight
ma, are but the outgrowths of neglected
lilnDnHnti rt tha blrlnpva find hln1rifr
for Astoria, and besides announcing that They should be checked at the outset
she has come to stay, offers a two
dollar rate for the round trip. She is a
comfortable and fast, steamer, and It
Is said her manager Is. a sticker when
It comes to a steamboat war.
Just how this new arrangement will
affect the commne remains to be seen,
but one thing is evident, that the re
gatta committee will not have to de
pend on the old boats for an excursion
.rate during the three days' affair, as
long as these two boats are on the
pltra, tnir.it Vict nrltli a Aan nthami tkn.'
have Dignified their willingness to run.
1. Location beautiful, healthful, and
free from all places of temptation.
2. Best Instruction given In College,
Preparatory, Normal, and Business
courses: also In Theology, Music and
Art. Normal graduates receive State
S. Board In West Hall, Club Houses,
or private families, $100 to $200 per year
for Board and Tuition.
4. Fall term opens September 18. Cat
alogues free. Address,
C. C. STRATTON, D. D.,
Or Thos. VanScoy, D. D., Dean,
University Park, Oregon.
Something for Femilies to Know.
Charles Roeers. the leading druggist
with bitters, which will prevent their of Astoria, announced the following
For Ocarhart Park. TpE AST0iIA SAVINGS fiAftK
The steamers Telephone, Dwycr, and Acts as trustee for corporations and
Electric, all leave Astoria at 4 p. m. individuals. Deposits Solicited,
every day to connect with trains for Interest will be allowed on savings
Uearhart Park. Fare, only 75 cents.
ido not Eat Pastry.
y 1 1
K-.-.A Ilnw rffpn vnii Vioor lliie Sk-V
sl expression, and the ex
fc.' planation that usually
r follows: "I am troubled
jS, with dyspepsia." The
Pj explanation is not far to
seek. In the past Lard
has been used as the prin
O cipal shortening in all
i pastry, the result dj's-
ljji pepsia. The dyspeptic
tfX, iifwi tin Inncrpr
is substituted for lard in
the preparation of all food.
5; J! It is composed strictly of
highly refined vegetable
'3 oil and beef suet. When
used as a shortening, it
&3 produces wholesome and
healthful pastry. Physi
A cians and expert cooks
Jsi indorse it. Ref nse wbatltntet.
)Y Send three centt in ttampi to N. K.
fr'.L Kairbankft Co..Chicaxo.for handstome
J Coitolene Cuok lUiok, enntainin aix
' hundred recipea, prepared by Dine eoil.
oent authorities on cooking.
Cottolene told by all RTOcent.
Dada only by
N. K. FAIRBANKS: CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
CHICAGO, NEW VORK, BOSTON.H
progress by arousing the renal organs
to activity, and thus place those who
resort to this saving medicine on the
safe side. This preservative of safety
also conquers constipation, liver com
plaint, malarial fever, nervousness and
THE GAME TONIGHT.
Astoria -and Fort Canby Will Contest
for Football Honors.
Preparations have been made by the
Bay Railway Company and the Astoria
Football Club to handle a very large
crowd of spectators at the big match
that comes oft on the Smith's Point
grounds tonight. The Game will begin
at 6:30 and the players of both teams
will go to the field on the motor that
leaves at 6 o'clock. Motors will follow
fit 6:30 and 7 p. m.
The Fort Canby boys will be er.'
lertalntd at dinner before the match
by tho members of the Astoria Football
Club, ana they will also oe given a
social before leaving for the fort In the
evening. A great deal of Interest is
being evinced In the game both here
nnd at outside points. Several members
of the Portland Club will come down
to watch the game, and get pointers,
and large numbers of Astorians will no
doubt be on hand to see what prom
eses to be a very stiff fight. The odds
are In favor of the soldiers, but the
home team has more than once turned
almost certain defeat. Into victory, and
may do It again. Whichever way it
goes the match will be a treat. Astoria
people should not lose the opportunity
of seeing the Fort Canby team on its
The following are the players:
Fort Canby (Blue) Coal, Reed: Full
Back, Henry, Methol; Half Back, To
bln, Howard, Fellows; forwards, Dim
mick, Donohue, Mills, Stone, Wilson.
Astoria (Blue and White) Gbal, Ben
nett; Full Back, Bartholomew, McLean;
Half Backs, Rathom, Tallent, Grant;
Forwards, Higgins, Gibson, Meacham,
Notice Is hereby given that by, virtue
of a decree of sale made In the circuit
court of the state of Oregon, for the
county of Clatsop, on the 18th day of
June, 1894, In favor of the Astoria
Building and Loan Association, and
against Eleanor Symons and William
Symons, and execution thereon Issued
Aubust lht, 1894, I will on the 3d day.
of September, 1834, at the hour of ten
o'clock a. m, and at the court notice
door in said Clatsop county, sell to the
highest bidder for cash, the land de
scribed herein, or a sufficient amount
thereof to make the sum of $2,923.35,
and interest thereon since February 6th,
1S94, at the rate of 9 per cent per an
num. and accruing costs, to-wit: Lot
1, In block 45, In the town of Astoria
as laid out and recorded by John Mc
Clure, In Clntnop County, Oregon.
Dated, this 2nd day of August, 1S94.
J. W. HARE, Sheriff,
By R. G. PRAEL, Deputy,
IT MAT DO AS MUCH FOR YOU.
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, III., writes
that he had a severe kidney trouble
for several-years, with severe pains In
Ms back and also that his bladder was
alTected. He tried many so-called Kid
ney cures, but without any good re
sult. About, a year ago he began the
t'se of Electric Bitters and found re
lief at once. Electria Bitters is espe
cially adapted to cure of all Kidney and
Liver troubles, and often gives almost
instant relief. One trial will prove our
statemtnt. Price, only B0 cents for
laree bottle, at Chas. Rogers' drug
SHERIFF'S SALE. -
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue
of a decree of sale, made In the circuit
court of the state of Oregon, for the
county of Clatsop, on the 27th day of
February, 1S94, of W. H. Klrkpatrick
nnd against M. M. Ketchum and Ida H.
Ketchum, and execution thereon issued
August 1st, 1891, I will on the 3rd day
of September, 1S94, at the hour of ten
o'clock a. m., and at the court house
door In said Clatsop county sell to the
highest bidder for cash the lands de
scribed herein, or a sufneient amount
ihonvif tfi mnlra the aiim nf 190S.G3.
and Interest thereon since February
27, 1S94, at the rate of 8 per cent per
A MILLION FRIENDS.
A friend In need Is a friend indeed.
and not less than one million people
nave round sua a iriena in Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption, colds,
and coughs. If you have never used
tills great couglr medicine, one trial will
convince you th It has wonderful cur
ative powers In ll diseases of throat,
chest and lungs. Each bottle Is guar
anteed to do all that Is claimed or money
will be refunded. Trial bottle free at
Charles Rogers' drug store. Large bot
tles 50c and $1.00.
Many Suffering From It Today.
The cry of misfortune Is never heard
without a renponslve throb of sympathy
from those who hear It. Thousands who
have had la grippe, which left them with
that constant tired, worn-out feelinur
sleeplessness, dull headache, depression,
liyseterla, etc., have often prayed for re
lief, and are obtaining It from Dr. Miles'
Restorative Nervine. M. Lew Enyart,
Maty, Ind.. says: "Tour Nervine hur
cured me of prostration; It Is Just what
your advertisement said It was." "Two
bottles of Nervine cured me of sick head
ache." Chas. Wilber, Palmyra, N. Y.
Sold on a guarantee by Cnu. llogere.
Call for the Doctor's book, "New and
, Startling Facts," free.
CURE FOR HEADACHE.
As a remedy for all forms of head
ache Electric Bitters has proved to be
the very best It effects a permanent
cure and the most dreaded habitual
annum, and accruing costs, towlt: lots sh;k headaches yield to Its influence.
C. 7 and 8, and NW of NW '4, sectloul We urge all who are afflicted to pro-
28, in T. 5 N, R. 7 W.
ty, Oregon. i
Dated, this 2nd day of August, 1S9L
in Liaisop coun- , , , , , , .,- h.i,i.i 0n
J. W. HARE; Sheriff,
By R, G. PRAEL, Deputy.1
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The brmt salve In the world fof cuts,
bruises, sores, nicer, salt rheum, fever
ore, tetter, chapped handa, chilblain,
coma, and all skin eruption, and pocittve
ly cjrea pile, or no pay required. It
Is guaranteed to rive perfect saUafaa
llon or money refundl. prce J5 enra
er box. For sale by Chas. Rogers, c
leaaor to J. C. Dement
pation Electric Bitters cures by giving
the needed tone to the bowels, and few
tt,ses long resist the use of this med
icine. Try It once. Large bottles only
ffty cents, at Chas. Rogers' drug store.
facts: We have an nfsortment
Drutrirlsts' Sundries as large as any re
tail druggist on the coast; we have 1700
tooth brushes to select from at prices
ranging from 5 to 75 cents; hair brushes
In different styles from 15 cents to $7
an endless variety of lather brushes
from 10 cente to $1; In toilet soaps, we
keep In stock the best grades manufac
tured from 40 cents a dozen to $1
cake; also the finest grades of Spanish
and Italian soaps In bars. In perfumes,
we handle the finest extracts of Amer
ican make, together with the best
known odors of Plnauds & Lublns, of
Paris, Gosnell's, Atkinson's nnd Plesse
& Lublns, of London, and sell them In
any quantity to suit. We carry a full
line of drugs and patent medicines and
manufacture a full line of remedies of
our, own, Sarsaparllla Blood, Purifier,
Cough Syrup, White Oak Llnament,
Juniper Kidney Cure, Beef, Iron nnd
Wine, Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, Diar
rhoea Mixture, Dead Shot for Corns,
Saponaceous Tooth Wash, Tooth Pow
der, and Lightning Cloth ClenBer, are
among our own preparations which we
particularly recommend, knowing them
to bo of the best material and freshly
made when used, not having ptood In
the manufacturers' warehouse and been
with the Jobber for years before reach
ing the customer. We are always glad
to show goods whether you buy or not,
as we know that after examining our
stocK you will call again when in need
of anything In our line. If you cannot
call in person, your mail orders will re
ceive prompt attention. Prescriptions
and family recipes carefully prepares
by competent men brought up In the
DrugjIst-OJd Fellows Building.
TLceo tiny Capsules arocuncrlor
eto Bul3ara of Copulba,
Cuboljo aud Injections.
J They cure in 43 hbura the
,3 sumo diseases without any incon
venience. S01D BY ALL DliUGGiSlS
THE ORIGINAL -AND GEKU1NE
Some tinners are mean
Some tin is mean.
Some workmen are .
Hence you 'get mean
tinware unless you buy
where Good Workmen are employed on
Good tin to nuke Good Tinware. We
sell you only tlie best. Come and let us
prove it. NOE & SCULLY.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. '
Notice Is hereby given to all whom It
may concern that the undersigned has
heen duly appointed assignee or i. w.
Cae, and that he has bialilied as Buch
rssignee by filing with the clerk of the
circuit court of the state of Oregon for
Clatsop county, his bond as required
bv law. All persons having claims
against the said I. W. Case are notified
to present the same to the undersigned,
duly verified, at the office of Uig Asto
ria National Bank, in the city -of Asto
ria, In said county, within hree months
from tnis date.
Dated at Astoria, Oregon, this 2nd
day of August, 1S94.
Notice la hereby given that the tin
derslgned has been appointed adminis
tratrix of the estate of Oeorge McLean,
deceased, late of Clatsop county, Ore
gon, by the county court of the state of
Oregon for Clatsop County, and all per
sons having claims against, said estate
must present the same properly verified
to the undersigned within six months
from this date, July 6th, 1M4.
Imparts the most delicious taste and zest to
EXTRACT of a
Lti if.K irom
OtW TLKM AN
k ot Madrna, to
Ms brother ot
Ihelr auoo la
ed in India, and
is In my opinion
the most pal
atable, as Well
aa the moat
sauce that is
see that you get Lea & Perms'
Signature on every bottle of th original and genuine.
John Duncan's sons, New voniv
Km 4 WELSH-
Is something you want, If
not today, you will want Is
sometime. We keep carpen
ter's tools too, and If tills
weather w ill only pull Itself
together you will want plenty
cf Hardware of which we
have a plenty only waiting your call.
J. 13. WYATT,
A. V. ALLEN,
Groceries, Flour, Feed, Proyisions, Fruits,
Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware, Loggers' Supplies.
Cor. Cass auJ Squtmoque Streets. Audrla, Ore.
ALL POINTS 1,1 CfllilFOMlfl
Via tlia Ml Shasta Routs of ths
COUNTY ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
The board of equalization will meet
at the office of the county cleric and
publicly examine the assessment roils
of Clatsop county for the purpose of
correcting all errors of valuation or
description of lands or other property.
rMVeoTerfknow lU vuerind Tthoaa wi If" at hat t,me " Wtoh
have not. haw now the omvortunltv to! ,lon" made, as no corrections or all era-
try It free. Call on the- advertised drug-
a-lrt and get a trial bottle free. Hend
your name and address to H. E. Bucklen
A Co., Chicago, and a-t a sample box of
Dr. King's New Life pllla free, aa well aa
a copy of Guide to Health and House-
r uj, r- u i i r a ! noia inairucior, ire, am or wnien fe
OT. Price s Cream Beklnz Powder , guaranteed to do you good and cost yon
Cc3talns bo Amcjeaia or Alois, nothing. Chsa. Rogers' drugstore. i
tions can be made by any officer after
the adjournment of the board.
The board will meet on Monday, Aug
ust 27th. at 10 o'clock tu m., and close
on Saturday, September 1st, at & p. m.
Astoria, July 21th, 1S34.
II. 8. WORSLET,
The Only Route Through Califor
nia to Points East end South.
THE SCENIC ROUTE OF
THE PACIFIC COAST
PULLMN BUFFET SLEEPERS
Attached to exprem trains, affording
superior accommodations for second
For rates, tickets, sleeping enr reaer
vattons, etc.. call on or addresa) E. P,
KOiKS, AssiHtant General Paw-n-ger
and Freignt Agent, Portland, Or.
epuHit as follows:
On ordinary savings books, 4 per cent
On term savings books, 6 per cent per
On certificates of deposit:
For three months, 4 per cent per an
l.um. For six months, C per cent per annum
For twelve months, per cent per
J. Q. A. BOWLBY President
BENJ. YOUNO Vice President
FKANIC PATTON Cushier
W. E. DEMENT Secretary
J. Q. A. Bowlby, C. II. Page. O. A.
Nelson, BenJ. Younir, A. S. Reed, D, P.
Thompson, W. E. Dement.
ROSS HIGGINS & CO.
Grocers, : and : Butchers
Astoria and Upper Astoria.
Fine Teas and Coffees, Tible Delicacies. Domestic
and Tropical Fn Its, Vegetables, Sugar
Cured Hums, Bacon, Etc.
Choice Fresh and Salt Meat?.
. rOULD easily have been satisfied
at our place. Our steakes
ate U-iiJer, juicy and nut
HUNTER & MERQENS, Proprietors
- Portland Butchering Co's Markets.
V. T. SANDERSON & CO.,
Spile Driving and Wharf Building.
Resilience 769 Eichcnfe Street.
J. A PAST ABEND,
PILE DfllVEP,, HOUSE, BRIDGE AfiD
Address, box 180. Posioflice. ASTORIA, OR
Portland and Astoria.
Leaves Astoria every evening: excent
Saturduy at 7 p. m.
Arrives at Astoria every day except
Sunday at 4 p. m.
Leaves Portland every day except
Sunday at 7 a. m.
C. W. STONE, Afft, Astoria,
R. A Reeley, a-eneral aarent, Portlnnd.
EVERY REQUISITE FOR
: First Class Funerals :
POLL'S Undertaking Parlors,
Kates Reasonable. Embalming a Specialty.
Dalgity's Iron Works,
and Boiler Works.
All Kinds of Cannery, Ship. Steamboat
and Engine Work ot any Description.
Castings of all kinds made to order.
Foot of Lafayette St., Astoiia, Or.
Kppp'a Beer Hall.
, Choice Wines, Liquors and Clears.
Only handed over the Dir. The largest glass
of N. P. Beer. Half-an J-halt, ji.
Erickson & Wirkkola, Proprietors,
Cor. Concomly and Lafayette Sts.
SHIP - CHANDLERS,
HEAVY AND SHELF
Weeon& Vehichesj In Stoclc
Farm Machinery, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Loggers'
Supplies, Falrbank s Scales, Doors
Provisional, Flour, and Mill Feed
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
Concomly St., foot of Jackson, Astoria.
General Machinists and Boiler Makers
Land and Marine Engines. Boiler work, Steam
boat and Cannery Work a Specialty.
Castings of All Descriptions Made to Order on
John Fox. President and Puperlntendi-ni
A. L. Fox Vice President
O. U. Prael , ., ..Hecretnr
Ilqfth Pacifie Brewery
JOHN KOPP, Prop.
Bohemian Lager Beer
And XX PORTER.
All orders promptly attended to
Manufacturer and Importer of
Collars, Whips, Blankets, Robes,
GOODS SOLO AT PORTLAND PRICES.
P.O.Box in, Olney St., Aslorlti.Or.
How Are You Fixed for Insurance?
Fire and Marine.
We are agents for the largest and best companion
represented in Astoria.
Royal Insurance Co., assets,
London. Assurance Corp'n
iEtna Insurance Co.
WesternU. S. Branch,
New Zealand Insurance Co.,
' ' 2,677,219.00
ELMORE, SANBORN & CO.
Is conceded by all to be the best.
It fitilioa better and wears better
than any other twine used on
tho Columbia river.
TRY IT AND