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XINO CAPITAL JOURKAl
TK-VNSrORTATldy.
THE YAOUINA ROUTE.
m PACIFIC RAILROAD
. TlrtvflnnmMit. enmnnn-'a
Id 9irf S miles shorter. 20 hours
plbnn by nny other route. First
Itip.'?V""h r.Jswnircr nnd frelirht lino
iSrtffnd 'and afipolnts In the Wit
irtte valley iu " -
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sunday):
'fflTiB"-"-"-"-"-"-"-"-woi:M
lS.Ytt5ulna WDPM
K Cordis IMS AM
j-. Albany 11:10AM
rin, -- - , ,,,.,.. .
h t trams couueui. ui aiuubj uuu
Mil"- . . -L-.T,-.
ihonhovc trains connrei in i.muuA
fcM-Iishlps between Ynqulnn and San
IncUeo. ,,.. i,.Tr
s-EAMERS. ifuui hajn xitAujsuo
KllimettC Valley, mureuny xjkc u.
I& Valley Monday ;; .
Iilaineiie v""u. j .
UiMCKS. FKOMVAQUIKA.
lhmette Vnlley Wednesday Dec. 12
So Valley Monday ' 21
htt eoiniJ.uij wv .wh ..&. .
BI'nscnRCrs from Portland and all
iimettc Valley points can mako close
JSSlon with the trains of the
"'nritnnf Knlllnsr,
tiMnrir nnu rreigni naici aihi inr
UlCWIIV".-" o-
FiMAN & Co.. Freight nnd Ticket
cnts juuanu oja v iuuw o.,, mihuuuk,
rf C HOGUE, Act ueni e rc.
i".V . ii :...., Tn.iflnn n rVl-
Corvnllls. Or.
II. HASWELL, Jr. Gen'l Fit; &
Co., 304 Montgomery St.;
Ban Francisco, Cal!
mm TABLE-RIVER DIVISION.
E..m I'onl
I11"!1:" J ..l.kl Inliln hnflfoor.
naSCDgurnuu uciji'" i",""1' ''VV
Ivalllsand Portland nnd Intermediate
Ints, making imeo rounu inps eagu
t. ..a fllniA'R'
lOllTII HOUND Leaves Con-allls Moni
ivnpsrinv nnd Friday at 8 a. m.
rl es at Salem Jlon day, W ednehday and
luayntsp. m. iienveu ouieiu lunui,,
ursday and Saturday at 8 a. in. Arrives
LVrtland Tuesday, Thursday and Satur-
vst3:Wp.m. t
lOUTH liOUND Leaves Tortlnnd Mon-
v S'eduesduy and Friday at (1 a. m.
rives at Salem Monday, Wednesdaynnd
Bdavat":15 p. m. Leaves Salem, lues-
fr. Thursday and Saturday at 0 a. m.
iilves at Corvallls Tuesday, Thursday
turdayat3:30p. in.
Sorlieiciiianupas5eimi:i. luiu uiiimj'
B? captains and puroersof tho respective
lit, or to V. M. Darling, agent, 200 and
I rant street, i-oniunu; uuueii. uiut.,
i.d unimn. T At. Adnir. fluent. Albany
tv. filler, agent, Corvallls; or to the ecn
El freight and passenger agent, Corvallls.
D. A C. trains connect at Albany nnd
Irvnllls. , , . . .
I F. w. llUWKfl, superinieiiucuu
hn. HUA(4, General Manager.
Overland to California
VIA
utliprii Pacijic Company's Line.
TliK MOUNT SHASTA ROUTE.
time between Salem and San Francisco-
Tlilrty-slx Hours.
ICVLIFORNIA EXl'ltKSS THAIN DAIL1
outh.
"North. t
"10:45 a. m.
7:5.') a. in.
7:00 p.m.
Portland
Salem
San Fran.
Ar.
Lv.
Lv.
DCAL l'ASSENGKB TKAIN ( DAILY EX-
CEIT SUNDAY).
i a. in.
Lv.
Lv.
Ar.
Portland
Salem
Eugene
Ar. J 3:45 p. in.
Lv. ( 12:52 p. m.
Lv. 0:00 a. ni.
fclO a. m
BO p. ni
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
OURIST SLEEPING CARS,
or accommodation of second clas
Ksencers attached to cxDnwi trains.
Thnii .t- ( Hntii-ruii. irrv mnkes con
nection with nil the regular trams onine
last Side Division Irom footot F street,
ortund.
lest Side Division, Between Portland
and Cervallls:
DAILY (EXCEIT BtTOPAY),
Da. m. iLv,
Portland
Corvallls
Ar.
Lv.
18:20 p. m.
P- in. Ar.
1:50 p. m.
I At Albany und Corvallls connect wllB
ijub oi uregon l'ncinc luiurona.
liuruugnucKeiBtoaii points soui"
r-. m v-uuiomia.
l MtN.NVlIXE EXTHES3" TRAIN (DAILY
EXCE1T BUKDAY).
TBBaTnT.
5:45 a.m.
Nep.m:
Lv. Portland Ar.
Ar.McMlnnvllloLv.
For full lnformntlon regarding rates,
1M. etc.nnnl- in iho IVimlvinv's agent.
palem. Oregon, ,
. -. jitHi Kits, Asst. U. t. ana i-as. b
KUE1ILER, Manager.
-. .'-..!
mm Rauwav and MYipion
COMPANY.'
"Columbia River Route.'
lYalns (hFiin.t.t t.aivrt bind at 10:4$
l IUSnilOnn.wi.il.. i T-iStSi In nnd from
brinefi . "."'.V ftfl B,.ns. Can-
ia and Europe,
ELEGANT PULMANN PAUCE CARS
f-mlgrant Sleeping Cans run through m
express imiut iu
rWAUA
COUNCIL DLUPM
and ST. rAOi
ftt of riiarge anl Without fihane.
' "i nectloni at l'ortlandl orHn Fi-
v
he elegantly equipped steamboats, Wm
Hoac. Capt. Oeo, Kaabe tho M. S.
itley. fcapt. J.IP. Coulter; the Three
w. i. snert: aro in service
L " nd.PuH Bound potet. I jd ; 'Tu'lt dTP- , lnrb-!
M,rthrrta,,T,,i'TlPffil
L ? W'1 -trwt, Hln, Oiest, or, JKjVtm nd " """
..,wei., u.'v. T.A..r.rtid. blnriK-.'rr
Proposals for Siijijilics.
TUOrnt0,USTEE3 OP THE
the asylum ncirMs,f2Li"rn,nlnB t
Ing uppl& foMhS !?," 0nn. ke follow,
lngtfanuary 1 i!? 8lx momhs- commene-
GUOCEIUES.
ll$2!&li22'
400
Mackerel, No. 1 cxtm mess.
"S3
438 &S-te?-p9ng.
TobUero.l..ni.u!"2n
aoo
141
170
:: comstarehTdrweVo) im-
" China Staich. '
St3rfkeB' Cxtra' silvered as
300
loim 5?erme, sPe"rs pnx.
1JXX) ' Susrar.bftxiPni.io. . m
lated. ' 5iii-
Cheese, Cranston's or a Reed.
iC-?rni '"fBold dust, fresh Kround
tracked wheat, fi-esh ground;
0.U meal, fresh, ground.
VSi'IS 1,0.mlny. frch ground,
tolled oats, Cormaek's patent)
' Dried currants. '
. J),rl1?lnpp,osmnchine dried.
Italian prunes, machine dried.
I he-Ice Island rice, Xo. 1.
Creamoftartarlnbulk.J.A. Kol
ger's extra.
' Cocoa.
! S'TV.60'1"1 S -A nni1 "ibrand.
. JMjWMWPlContl)
' Iilttlo w hlte bean.
' Pearl bailey.
' Codfish (boneless)in bulk, Pacific
300
IM)
1J00
13CJ
1500
1440
250
1000
1000
5000
300
100
144
100
4000
1400
hOO
15 doz Hrounu Xo. 1 extra shield.
f, Rnns oystcn). Blue 1-olnts.
1U Concutrated lye (American.)
15 Scrub blushes (So 5)
12 ' Cans corn, Winslow.
4 1 gallon cans assorted plo fruit
(lAlSfc.)
2 1 !1ik'BSrushcsSl;allbrlstle.
i INltu ULlltVi
Hllllnc ITltl-..mnt,.-.n Tn
inni ' wdcn palls, ash, 3 lioops.
1200 gal Syrup, extra golden, American
retlned.
250 gals, coal oil, 50 gallon tanks, pearl
brand.
100 gaU Molasses, Orleans extra.
VINEOAK.
300 gnU purejilder vinegar, 40 gr.
COFFEE.
1600 lbs Costa Rica, first grade.
150 ' UovernmeutJava.
7a., , l(eal Mocha.
400 ' Chicory.
SI'ICES.
150 lbs Black P?pper.
M
50
20
20
Cinnhmon.
(linger.
Allspice;
Mustard,
Cloves, all standard ground,
CROCKERY. ' y
18 doz. Teacups Ithout handles, W. Q.
18 ' Sauters,, 11.
15 ' Soup plates 7 Inches, W. G.
15 ' Dluner plates 7 laches, W'.G.
(I ' Pie Plates, W. O.
15 ' bowls, 1 qt., V. O.
12 ' Vegetable dishes 0 10 Inches nnd 6
12 Inches, W. O.
V. Wash pllcbers, V. C.
12 ' Meat platters, one.half 10 inches
and one-lulf 12 Inches, W. G.
4 ' One gallon pitchers, v. G.
2 ' Chamber Msels without covers,
W. O.
12 ' Glass tumblers.
4 ' Glass syrup pitchers.
6 Glass saltcellars.
(1 ' Glais pepper boxes.
1 ' I jintern, retlectors.
2 ' Lantern globes.
B ' Lump chimneyn, H B sun, A
hinge.
HARDWARE.
8 doz Flat mill tiles, 10 Inch.
i ' Bastaiunics, luincu.
10 feet octagon uccl. v,.
60 feeteiich and K round ionoay
10 lbs each and tfbl.mk nuts.
V. caso Albany xplndlj oil.
1 case Albany cyllucr.
(1 gi oss sci ev s, assorted size.
2 dosen 2x2 w rought iron butts
4 kegs 8-penny steel nails, rough.
4 ' 10-pemiy steel nails, rough.
12 feet steel Jiljf.
DRY GOODS.
. ,..i-.., ll irnnl Irtl WllltC. 75 blVC.
uim vds Canton Flnnucl, Nashua XX.
M Marseilles York MT g. Co. checks.
500
Lonsdale lino sliceuiig. o uie.-ra.
!XX . ;,". i lurivlit. MTir. CO.
lag ' $!l$?J-mX&,
Pcquot sheeting, SO A In. heavy,
l'equot sheeting, 45, Inch heavy,
check flannel, continental.
Toweling, red and blue check.
CMw, American, full Handard.
Table oil cloth.
WD
1000
300
100
M0
100
I'M
- unoieiim ,, . mV, ln
10 doz Metal-Dacneu hui w.
io'dozspoolswhltothread.NolOmlleend
12 sPls white linen thread. No 2
S gross Knitting needles, No 15
CLOTH.
'-"
GRANITE IRONWARE
24 Gem water P''cl'.en&,85qqJarU
2 Deep 6rI"na.uart
cnberg Price Ut
FLOUR
8TATI0NEUV
12b'ln'yrintPenCo,No
t Stafford's
zanu a
1? NSSlnoelllble Ink
Srw'utwriP-.wve
MBAT-
-5SS3BS,,a
Wfttt-ftf?
n JnUI
NoU!"1
jioa
laces.-1
a?P"fl
SUs!tS!.B
KT
Loeop,'jwioefru (Pd
mas B-LuTs.! .? rS. &
NoIl;P"' '
.. - aw I
ill bf-
smooth cormr.
m ' k.CB? iRx19 'nfhes fitted, lor n 1-Inch
deep, flttcd with fla-p- to rvt on top of
no can.
S1;tn!: r?Ps of XXXX tin. 11 Inches on!
8J?r?d !';' ,l"x21 inches by Htuohe deep,
niado oral Russia Iron with heavy wlro
iiutunu wen turned under with smooth
cornero.
12 dozen pint cuiw of XXXX tin nnd
heavy wire top
1 dozen 1-quart dippers of XXXX tin nnd
heavy wire top
6 dozen 1 quart pressed pnn, as per snm-
3U dozen tin chambers of XXXX tin as per
sample.
1 bundle No. IS galvanized irtm 2 feet 0
inches by S feet.
I bundle Xo 20 galvanized Iron 2 feet 0 In
dies by 8 reet.
5 feet tine bravs stmlner cloth.
1 .Vi 1 large burring machine, with Stnn
dard encased stowV.
lXo2setting down machine wlthStnndard
Stows.
13 sheets of perforated tin, 11x20, as sample.
DRUGS.
lib. Solutlonof Iron for tincture.
- , rl. extract ensenrn sftKrada.
J . M cxtmct ergot, Squlbbs
J , H extract rhus aroniatlca,
2 . 1-1 extract Mtrstiivtrllln cemp syrup
1 ; H extract valerian
5 , Muriatic acid commercial
y , Tannic acid
I , Ci.rleiicld
1 , Carbolic acid, crystals
j , Bicarb -.oda
2 , Broiu potash
1 , Iodide potash
2 , Rrom ammonia
I , Powd murniumonla
1 , Powd cub ammonia
1 , Sulph zinc, Squlbbs
1 oz Citrate llthia
3 lbs Subuit blMuuth, Squlbbs
2 , Sach pepsin, Schetlers
5 , Gum camphor
2 , 1'owd nlocs, soc
1 , Powd acacia
25 , Knsom salts
15 , Ground tt.ix-eed
25 o Sulph quinine, P V
i , Sulph .Morphine, I" W
10 , Antipyrlnn
H lbs Vunnlllit beans, Mexican
lu , Vaseline
1 . Pyrophosphate l:on
1 , C O pUN, S C P I) Co
1 , C C pilK (4 O P I) .t Co
1 . C C pills, Imp P I) .t Co
300 Phosphorous pills l-SOgmliw, P D & Co
2 lbs Strong ether, Squlbbs
4 , Chloroform ,
1 , Oxide zinc
2 oz Ollcloes
8 , Oil lemon
2 , Oil omngo
2 , Oil peppermint
2 , Oil ro-Jiinary
1 yd Silk Isinglass plaster white, S & J
2doz Strengthening plasters, S vJ
2 lbs Shct'pwool sponges
000 each Empty capsules Nos 1 and 2
500 each Empty capsules Nos itnnd 4
1 gro Etich corks Nos 5 nnd tl XX ex long
1 , Pill boxes, No SO
1 , Powder boxes No 52
i , Tm ointment boes 1 oz
)Z , loz bottles, Phlla ovals
a . . .
,H t l I t I
1-0,0,, , ,
3 mil Port wlno
L doz Davidsons syringes No 2
3 gal Baker's A A castor oil
3 , Glycerine
3 , Gniio brandy
3 , Sherry wiuu
10 , Alcohol
5 bills Sal soda
17 lbs Julian w.tx
1 bbl (105 lbs) Chloride, lime
1 can(01bv) lliihach Insect powder,
1 skein each Nos 1 2 3 4 5 U 7 and 8 sur
geon's silk, Turner's patent.
1 bottle lister's carboliredcntgut ligature.
Samples may bo seen atthoolllccof the
Board ofTrustees, and goods must bo in
accordance therewith.
The board reserves tho right to reject any
n,wl nil hliU liclKervnf Htitmllcs will bo
required within ten days after notice of nc
ceptance of bid. A copy of this ndvertis-
' . ..... .. .... n...... l.lll Till.
infill iiiusv aucoiuHiii vut-u um. "
name of tho class of supplies hid uimn niusl
bo written uixin tho onxcloiie, Uich bid
must include all tho Item" In tho special
class bid upon, and must give all tho Items
and totals ln.liill with exceptions of
bid on meat nun Hour. auuiiiuk
olllcers aro piolilbltcd by law from
contlrmlng accounts of pur
chases wiienuuveiiiseineiii iiom ""i "
Mln nfulland completo description of tho
kinds of articles to be purchased. Bids
will bo considered at 2 o'clock p. in. I lies
day, January 8, 180.
SYLV1.STKU l'KNNOYEII,
Gr.o. W. McllmiiK,
G. W. Wkmii,
lie ul ul of TruMceoH.
Wm. JI. MuM.Y,Cleikof Bo.ird.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 1st, 1W.
Messrs. WKLLER BROS..
Salem, Orogon.
Gentlemen: - Wc had the pleasuro re
cently of making shipment to you of our
new "White Cross" Extracts, and tend
you by mall to-dny n very uont show card
which wo would llko you to place proinl.
nently in your store, nnd which will cull
Hmnitnntlon of lour tmdo to tho goods.
It has been our Intention for sumo tlmo
past to place ujion tho market the finest
. ..i . .. ...,.niir,intlinl 111
line of flavoring exirncis iiuniiui.t....
this country, nnd after months or study
nnd experimenting with tho prominent
brands now before the puunc wo mucin
last succeded In placing before you a qiinl.
Ry which beyond doubt bus no Miparlur.
We can not too sirongiy imii-. ..i
you that you can unhesitatingly recom
mend them to your customers as tho finest
that can possibly be manufactured. The
package nnd style generally Is uoh as to
attract attention, and wo predict that when
your trade have tested the quality of the
good your sale tor" White Cross" oxtracU
will bo large.
By complying with our request you will
confer n favor upon yours truly,
A. BfilULLINa 4 CO.
PRINTING.
,. ,.. -irv r.imT KHTAIILISH'
llmUitV In the HUte. Lower rnU than
.hH4te. a d bli
.t discount.
Send fiH-
gTOjobpntlnndc.
U ol
Th9 JlTJYSns'OTTipEis
Usuosl M-'Uflh and sept.,
- T fa an MlfiT.
elopla of useful Infer-
-5Vn tar all who imr-
111KI.1-H - -- . .
ehaae tho lusurlM or toe
? .. !.. ih
Wo i
Bsounnry ana
unB"ry
all wo -u" . -iv Anaa lUM.
appUanow. to rtd. w.lk. WJJP
. i-san- - ur-. lw -
hnnt, vr-i-lc. V to
War noMltiM of life. Wo nntil m. bvur ngUUn with In
olotbe ym d dr-lfH JitJf dou,u,wa wlW tmmf, umr ur
M"RTBLT f bpyBXT MMfV;
Ott wSS will be -JJjS,niV
Tfr-rnUFnY WARD & CO. iPu.t
MONTGOMERY WAj -
MTBUATIinB.
I(ni milP rl7i mur i mni. innn
"l , llXW
Country Gentleman
THE BEST OF THC
AGltlCTLTUHALlVEKKLlES
DEVOTED TO
Farm Crops and Processes.
Horticulture and Fruit-Growing
Live-Stock and Dairying,
Whllo It also Ineludes all minor depart
ments of rural interest. such lis tho Poultry
Yniil, Knlomologj, llov Keeping, GrtMii
house nnd Umpcry, N eterlnary Replies,
Knrm llue-.tlniis and Aucn, Klnv.ldo
Heading. IVmicsttc Kcnnniii.v, and a um
mary of the News or the Week. Its Mar.
kel Reports are unusually complete, and
much tutor tlon Is piVId to the Prospectant
tho Crops, ns throwing light upoiioneot
the most Important or all questions- When
to buy nnd when to sell. It is liberally II
lustmtcd, and by RP.CKNT KNLAltOl
ment, contains more rending matter than
ever before. The Subscription Price IsfifiO
per year, but weotlern SPECIAL REDUC
TION In our
CLUB RATES FOR 1089!
2 Subscriptions, " o,,o remittal. l
C Subscriptions, . k 10
12 Subscriptions, d do. 18
3-To nil New Subscribers for 1KM),
imylng In advanco now, we will semi tho
miner ecklv. Irom our ivcel nt of tho re
mittance, to January 1st, lb80, without
charge.
aS-lSi-KCiMKNCoi'lKs Kkkk. Address
LUTHER TUCKER & SON, rubllshcrs,
ALBANY, N.Y.
rpHE QUESTION OF THE DAY.
PROTECTION OR FREE TRADE?
An Examination of tho Tariff Quejtlon with E
pedal Regard to tho Interest
of Labor.
BY HENRY GEORGE.
CLOni. S1.50. PAPER, 35 CENT'S.
This Is tho clearest, fairest, most Interest
ing nnd most completo examination of tho
tarlfT question yet made, nnd will prove
Invaluable to all who wish to understand
tho subject.
The most thorough Investigation of tho
subject that has yet been put In type Now
York News.
Tho apiKviranco of this book marks it
mw epoch In tho world-wide strugghi for
frco trade. Henry Gcorgo has a mer or
puttliigccoiioinlctruuislnsuoh a cleurnml
limpid language that any child can undcr
..!.,, i.i iiiu, wliltn Din most learned man
can enjoy tho accuracy of his statements
and the suggesllvcness or his thoughts.
Thomas O. ohoariiinn In New orkstar.
Whoever wants to see tho strongest ar
gumentnot only against proteUton.but
against nil turllls-will find It here.
Christian Union.
Tho slnuular success ol Mr. George is that
he has untile political economy lineiesi ihk.
Unitarian llevlow.
A lxxik which every worklngman In Iho
laud in read with Interest and ought to
rend. New ork llcruld.
Henry'.George'i Other Worki.
Progress and Poverty, cloth, Jl; pajwr,
Social' Problems, cloth, SI; pujocr.JW cents.
Tho Uind Quostlon, imper. 10 wilts.
ProiKTty in IjiiikI, puiicr, lSccnts.
Address VlIK rlrANDAI D.
12 Union Square, Now iork.
One Dollar u Year
WEEKLY CAPITAL JOURNAL
(Salem, Oregon.)
Is universally conceded to bo
The llcsl Family Newspaper
Ever published nttho itnte capital.
IT IB THE CIIHAPHHT.
IT IH THE LARGKKT.
IT IH TIIK I1KST.
H oonlt of olht well nlltnl nnd nently
printed ii.
HsulU alike tho farmer, the merolmnt,
the lawjer, the gurdener, Kvcry family
olrele should have It.
It contains absolutely ALL THKNKWH
a well as poetry, utory, eorrespondiince,
farm, home, nnd many other speelal
fenturM.
See Our Cash Disceunts:
WEE
JMlly
EKLY, One Year. ONBHOI.LAK
eoitioii. .-.." !- "
Adilrww all eommunleutlon and mako
alt inotihrt payablu to'
TUB (JAPITAL JOUIlJf AL,
Halimi, Orwon.
THE CKE.lM8f.ll HOOKS of ADVENTUKE
Chh(IiiihI Into One Vol u ma.
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DARING
DEEDS.
Aid
HEROES
riL.HWL.0
xhtulUIliitiitftf U lb mo
-b.li-"uotry. " " mum wj
, ,( jX3u 5
. ... ais-a
J ir M4. I m mil, KtawHpb, ftooMtKiun
JH a ma rsv s . - ffhBawapm
1 luw I'M" J Hint '
rL7MAiirRfKr A vo
1 Poat MC..MAH fHAMVimV, CAl
EDUCATIONAL.
ST.
nurd OTinm
IVUIjO OtllUUI .
Bovs and. Girls.
The school will open on the 21th
of September. ThoroiiKh Instruc
tion lu the primary nnd
advanced
English ranches.
LITIS AND ELEMENTS OF MUSIC
-In coursc-
TKRMS and flirt her lnformntlon may bo
hndounppllcntton to
RKV. F. H. IVST,
Cor. Chemeketa nnd State Sis.
8-20-tf
WILLAMEnE
UNIVERSITY
GradualiHi Students In
Classical, Literary, Scientific,
Normal, Business, Law,
AND
MEDICAL COURSES.
It U thooldckt, largest and least expen
sive Institution of learning lu tho North
west. School opens tlrst Monday In September
Send for catalogue to
THUS. VAN SCOY,
Prtwldont,
17: Sulom,,Ori$ou,
m
Tvliss Knox
Will continue Her School for the en
suinir .vcar at the LITTLE CENTRAL
SCHOOL BUILDING, Cor. Church and
Marion Sts.. beginning
SHL'TKMllHll 10.
Illl-d2w
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC!
WillniiiRitti UnivM-sJMy.
Most succoiwrul schiHil or muslo on tho
norlliuoHt ciHist. About
150 STUDKNTS LAST YEAK.
-.COUI'SCH III-.
IJluno. QrKiin tSlnu'iis:. Violin,
lIeriTny. nnil Gountur-
polnt.
DIdIoiiiiik on roinpletlon ol course.
Trtirhers: Z. M. Piirvlii, Friiulthi P.
Joum, KmiCox. Awislaiit.LuluM.Hmilli.
First term begins .Moiiiuiy, -iqiieiniiiT
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