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OBI TrlC,UOtT CotlTOAOTOA SNftBtIIXl
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HEART DISEASE 30 YEARS.
aura Iiuno, Neb., April etb, lm
Zr. Jlf irf Jfsrfleal Ob., Elkhart, In.
QnmMtzxi I hsd been troubled with mcaut
DISCASC TOH TMC LAHT SO YEARS, Bid Although I
u treated by able nhrticlatis and tried many
remedial, I grew stei
eaauy worse unui was com-
PLCTILY PHOITFIATIO ANOCONriNC
WITHOUT ANY HOPE Of ajCCOVCKX
I would hare
my pulse wo I
1 stop besting;
Ttorether.' aeaj "and Itvuvll
the greatest difficulty that my circulation could
ek to oonsdoumen apUn.
While In tbls cocdl
tlon I tried your new heabt cure, snd began
to Improve from the (1m, and now I am able to do
a good day's work foramsn 68 yearsof age. Itlra
New Heart Cure all the
credit for my recovery, it is over six montns since
I have taken any, although I keep a bottle In the
house In case I ibould ncod it. I bare alra used
your Nerve and Liver Pills, nd think a
great aeai 01 mem. avmi.
BOLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE.
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CT8
Kohl tiv D J Fry, drURKlst, Halotn
uajumot Avonuo ana zytn Htreet.
Fireproof) -14 1 rooms near Fair
urounas; Dams on oyery uoor.
mcrican and European plans.
to 3 Ada'
ft aay. fiiravciuBs im
Write for circular.
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS OAKDS.
P. H. D'AROV. QJO.O. BINGHAM.
S'AKOY & BINGHAM, Attorneys nt Lnw,
Rooms 1, 2 and 3, D'Arcy Building, Ml
Le street. Special attention, given to busi
ness In the supreme nnd circuit courts of the
slate. 2 11
P. BOISE Attorntyat law, Balem, Ore-
eon, unice m commercial street.
miLMON FORD, AttoirSey nt law, Salem,
JL Oregon. Office up stairs in Patton block
HJJllGaEU. Attorney nil
T J. SHAW. M.W. HUNT. HUXWAHlNT
e .' Attorneys Kt law. Office over Capital
National bans, aalem,Oregnn.
T. RIOUAKDdON, Attorney at law Of
fice ur) stairs In front ro.ms ol new Bush
lock, corner Commercial and Court streets.
A. CAIHON. Attorney at law. rooms
8 nnd i, BuHh bank building, Halem.Or.
B P. BONHAM. W.H.HUt,ME8.
BOM HAM & HOLMES. Attorneys at law.
Office In Bush block, between Suite una
Court, on Commercial street.
MK. POCUE, Htenographer and Tjpe
. wrltest Best equipped typewriting of
fice but one In Oregon. Over Bush's bank,
IELiLA SHERMAN. Typewriting and
oommerclal stenography, room 11, Gray
lock. ! Irs t-class work. Rates reasonable.
SO. BROWNE, M. D.. Physician and Bu
. geon. Office. Murphy block; residence,
4s8, commercial street.
DU.T C. SMITH, DentUt, 92 State street
Salem. Oregon. Finished dental opera.
tions of every description. Painless lopera-
lions a specialty.
WD. PUSH, Architect, plans, speclllca
. tions and superintendence for ah
classed of buildings. Office 2U0 Commercial
street, up stairs.
A. ROBERT, Architect, room 121, Mar
quatn building, Portland, Oregon.
P. J. LARSEN & CO.,
Manufacturer of Wagons, Car
Repairing a Speolalty.
Hhop 45 State streetj
TJROl'EOriON U)DQB NO. 2 A.O. U. W.
1 Meets In their hall in Mate Insurance
building, every Wednesday evening.
J. A BEUwqop. Recorder.
a. w. ijirtni.o, ia. TV.
-fOSTOFFICt BLOCK, - SALEM, OR.
j Admitted lo-iirtetlce in all the courts.
" fepecm attention given to Gorman speak
. Ing ijcoplfr'.uncl butmexs at the count? nnd
atute otH. E HOrER.Notiry Public
Authorized Capital $500,000.
'.CAPITAL NATiONAL BANK
' '-" Sntcmjpregijrrt J
r Wt AOJMICK, Prea. W. v MARTIN, Vice
'' lre8. Jf'MAL.TUOUr.CajiUler.
Btate, County and City .Warrants
On improved Ileal Estate In amounts and
1 time to ulu No delay In conlderlDg loans.
. ' FEAR & FORD,
Itoorq 12. Hush Bank bloek. 6 12dw
II P. M. C ARS.
1 1 p. m. Curs leave Hotel and
Postoffice daily lor Asylum,
Penitentiary and Cemetery on
Capital City Railway.
Car leaves 5 a m , coimect
? ing with Overland train, and
T-2ara leave Hotel every 20
- '.WiuUew.froi G:20 a in. to 11
p) in, forfall pfeiuts en tke lines
excepting Cemetery Car, Taken
oflTtg meet Passenger Trains.
Farm fur Sale or Trade.
On eay terms four mile eatt of bubllmlty,
conU)tvlg Waerea' wUl trade for property
In or near riaJein. B. O. DOVE, J
8-44vr Bubllmlty, Of.
n Aol.bM by m Jltr ltii,
1TjronIy tlnib tliAl I over liml my
lifjttwf robbed," enlil Wfllolt Kfflix
linm, "wm flrtino three jmn no nml
tliim It Wwi by ft trick tlint, liowo w
uuioli it grlovctl mo nt tlio llnio, com
twin mo to ndtnlt won u clover ono. I
llvod In Dakota nml kotit n Iaro
chicken coop to nccomttiotlnto n flock
of chlckmm. I lind Povornl lota of
(pound opened Into ono yard, which
Kftvo mo a wlda filrutch of lawn nud
room for n chicken yard. Ono nlftht
about 11:30 o'clock I wan dlsturlicd
by tho noiso of uqimwldng chickens
mil a minima out In tho nhod. I nt
onco snid 'chlckon thieve,' mid (jot
up to Invcfltitmto. My wlfo had a
BUfllcloncy of norvo and prepared to
iouow mo with a lamp. I got out
my rovolver and HtArted towanl tho
shed. Then tho noioo ceased, and
was certain bo&io ono had been steal
Ing. Naturally enough, wo both camo
to the shed and found tho door open.
"Wo examined tho lock, found it
broken, and n count of tho chickens
revealed a half dozen missiucr. I was
wmply furious nnd pottered around
thut miserable shed for fully a half
Hour securing it mrainst further mo
lestation. When wo returned to tho
house wo found that our absence had
been taken advantage of and a num
ber of valuable articles stolen. Ever
since I have been wondering whether
the chicken thief and burglar were
tho same party, or whether they
were two companions, or strangers to
each other. It always seemed to me
a kind of mean trick even for a thief
to play." St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Walled Cities In Asia,
The first glimpse wo get of an east
ern walled city unfolds at once mem-
ones of our childhood days, which
have perhaps never been awakened
since, and the pictures of our childish
books, which impressed themselves
so vividly upon our minds, are repro
duced in tho bright colors of old,
when we are brought face to faco
with the quaint battiements and tho
dark gateways, with tho accessories
of bright, burning sunshine and tur
baned figures and processions of cam
els and the listless calm of the trop
ical land. Such old cities are still to
bo seen in India, still walled in the
old fashion and still peopled by the
figures of the Biblical picture book.
Closely akin, to them are walled
towns standing on the canals of mid
China, passing through which, 6ay
at the close of day, when every tower
and. every roof stands .out clearly cut
against the brilliant western sky and
wo are challenged by a grotesque fig
ure, armed with a spear and proba
bly wearing armor, the illusion is
complete, and for the moment we
find it hard to realize that wo are
traveling at the end of the nineteenth
century. Cor. Chicago Herald.
Humor of Napoleon I.
Great men have often been defi
cient in the sense of humor. This
was markedly the case with Napo
leon I, whose sense of humor, if he
possessed it, was of a grim sort. It
is recorded, however, that ho had a
certain symp.fhy with a pun, and
several of his minor appointments
were actually made because tho ap-
pointees' names seemed to indicate1
their fitness for the place. He made'
M. Bigot, for instance, his minister
of public worship at ono time, and
when ho was looking about for a
governor of the pages in the imperial
palace he could think of no one so
appropriate for the place as General
Gardanno, whose name, in French,
signifies a keeper of donkeys.
When he came to make Marshal
Victor Beau-Soleil a duke, it struck
Napoleon that the opportunity was
an excellent one to make a sort of
reverse or "bock action" pun on tho
marshal's name. Beau-Soleil signifies
"beautiful sunshine," so the emperor
created -tho man tho Due do Belluno
which was very much aB if he bad j
mrtde him the Duko
Teaching Vcnua Uecltntlmrlldariirgi
Teaching is of all tho professions
the most useful for the public web ,
fare, as it is ono of tho most labor;- j
ous ana sKineu, nnu snouiu uo pmu
according to its deserts. Recitation
hearing, however, is one of the easi
est, least skilled and most useless" of
all occupations. In this field, as in
others, tho public gets tho kind of
work it pays for. Tho wages of the
rank and file of public school teach
era average less than those of Bkilled
As long as tho public continues to
. Jti t,r. if ,mnt
tJ J1 iUUWUUU UH.1U.b, .V ..... .
cet much teachino-. for educational
missionaries to work without the or
dinary inducements aro too few to
supply tho demand and will prob
ably" continue bo until tho millen
nium. Professor William M. Aber in
Popular Science Monthly.
A Gmiln Vlrot,
Thoro was a man who ovidentlv
know little art and less millinery at
tho loan exhibition tho other
ing. With him wao his wife, who
was plainly a connoisseur in the lat
ter and reliKiouBly imprcvincr her on
nortunities for its study. "There .'
she remarked with her eyes upon a
bunch oi' laco and velvet which
adorned the blond 'haifof another
woman, "there is a genuine Virot"
And her husband arouRed himself
from the contemplation of a painting
by Casdn to remark that if Virot was
another of those pink and purple ua-
tDreasionista ho didn't caro toBoebia
if,,,.-.Vw York World.
Clinheit lUnf In llth.
OnoBrttiirdny Geonrti ICnnlnon, who
k In tlio ciuiploy of l)w onttlo dapurt
mont of tho Kern County Lund cwif
puny, wrni rldiHtf In tlio ihnt linnM
motinuunn near uinwxi looking nit
er iitock, when ho cniiiu upon a frri"
ely benr. When first noon, tho bear
WM flitting on ltd hnuiichcu. Konlftoii
mado for tho bear and got It ntartod
down tho gulch, Ho kept behind It
until it euinu out on thoti.i u
filnliiH, Thou ho meed quietly up to
t, fired a shot from bin piutol Into ita
bnck, nnd wllllo pnming throw his
I.WBO ovor itri neck nud thcu btntlght
med out tho ropo. Tho horeo was
greatly frightened and took good caro
to keep tho ropo taut, but it won a
long distanco fight, as thoro was
about 60 feet of ropo botwoon tho
bear and tho horse.
KoniBon kept his horso undor per
fect control. When tlio bear would
clutch tho riata, ho maneuvered with
tho horso so as to hroak tho bear s
hold. Ho circled around and around
with good horsemanship nud pcrlect
coolness, all tho timo keeping tho
ropo tight around tho bear's nock,
and ho actually choked tho grizzly to
death. J. . Hun tor, who handles
tho herds for tho cattle department,
saw tho struggle from a distanco and
put his horso to its speed in order to
give all tlio help in his power, but bo
foro ho could reach tho scono of com
bat the bear lay dead, and Kenison
had conquered it single handed. Tho
grizzly weighed 900 pounds. San
A Proud Animal.
Tho crier, Or tambourineur, as ho
is generally called, because ho carries
a drum, is ono of the institutions of
rural Franco. The crier's business is
to announce to all whom it may con
cern that tho animal is to bo killed
this very evening, and tomorrow
morning its flesh will be sold at 1
franc 25 centimes the kilo. It will
all go at a uniform price, for this is
the custom. Those who want tho
aloyau, or sirloin, will only havo to
be in haste.
The ox, notwithstanding tho fact
that ho has a ropo tied round his
nose and horns and is ledby the
butcher, evidently thinks it' a great
distinction to be tambourine. His
expression indicates that this is the
proudest day of his life.
Every time the drum begins to rat
tle he flourishes his -tail, and when
each little ceremony'is over he moves
to a fresh place with a jaunty air, as
if ho were aware that all this drum
ming and fuss were especially in
tended for his entertainment. No
condemned wretch over made his ap
pearance in public with a better
grace. "Wanderings by Southern
Tlio Queen'a Favorite Mare.
Jessie, tho queen's favorite old
riding mare, was found placidly
standing in a soli tary loose box warm
ly wrapped in rugs, her own natund
coat being like very thick, soft, black
plush. With her splendid coat, silky
mano and tail, lofty crest and soft,
mild eyes, she looks worthy of her
royal mistress. Jessie's 'pedigreor is
not given, but she was bred near
Balmoral. She is about 15 hands(3
inches' in height, black as a coal and
with peculiar white markings on fore
head and hack. Sho is now 26 on 27
years old, and until within1 tho last
12 months has carried her majesty
for many years. Tho queen is stated
to be very fond of Jessie, who,
although now from old ago past work,
is invariably sent to tho castlo foe in
spection when her majesty is at
A Queer Tiling About Trees. s
Tom, who had been forbiddetf to
climb trees in his hew trousers, had
disbbeyed and was receiving1 a lecture
from his father for injuring his cloth-
Fearing that1 a flogging" was to fol
low, Tom sought) to croate'a diversion.
"Pa," ho exclaimed, "my teacher
eays some plants are masculine gen
der and some feminine. Now. I know
which trees are, do you?"
The father's curiosity was exciUnl.
Ho was fairly trapped. "No," ho
said, "I certainly do not Which aro
"Masculine," said Tom, "'cause
they wear boy's trousers," and for
that time he escaped. Quips,
Georgia Cayran'a First Part.
Miss Georgia Cayvan made her first
appearance in tho character of Dollio
Dutton in "Hazel Kirko" at tho Madi-
ion Square theater. "I cannot recall
- . . . T W.-
u""- P". " "
distinctly my impressions nt tho
time," said Miss Cayvan. "They
were a startling weakness In tlio
knees and a fear when I came to.thd
front that I was going to fall over tb,o
footlights. Tho small stage in tho
Madison Square theater had doubt
less something to do with this, but I
often havo tho saino f ecling now dur-
ing first nights." Now York World,
A Hlg Check.
The two men were at a hotel table.
"That's a pretty girl over there,"
eaid the first,
"That ono with tho big check In
"Sho must be rich," was the next
answer, and tho second man stupidly
wondered what relevancy tho ro-
mark bore until au hour or bo later
bo began to comprehend the relation
between rlchea and big checku.-D-
&oit Fw Pre.
Bon of Hurry K. llubr, of Columbia, rn.,
Suffered From Birth
With a Bovwo Form of
" Until my boy wni li years of ate he was
from birth a terrible offerer from scrof
ula. Bores would appear on him and spread
until ai I.nrge n Dallnr and then dis
charge, followed by others, so that tho larger
part of Ills body as one man of acre all
the time, especially severe on his legs and
back of his enrs nnd on his head. The
humor had a very olleush e odor, and caused
We cannot tell how that poor hoy suffered.
Physicians did not effect a euro. At last I
decided to give him Hood's Banaparilla.
In abdut two weeks Uie Sarsoparllla began
to havo effect. Tho sores commenced to
heal up : the flesh beiran to look more natural
nnd healthy. Then the scalei camo of! and
all over his body new and healthy flesh and
skin formed, when he had taken two bot
tles he was entirely freo from sores, having
only tho scars to show whero they had been.
Theso have all disappeared. Wo are unable
to express our thanks for tlio good
hut done our little boy." IlAimY K. Kuflr,
Box U50, Columbia, Pennsylvania.
HOOD'8 PILLS euro Liter Illi, Jtundlce,
illllousocia, 81ok lleidaohe and CTmiUpatioru
tiadlcs who suffer
nnd Scorching Hun
Lola Montez Creme
The Skin Food,
Thsbest remedy for
keepli e the fare cool
ana free fr m irrita
tion, as it sooths and
comforts theskln and
provi-nts frecxlea or
Hunbu ". It Is not a
beaullflprbut a sKln
restorative and pre-
Ifnlltl'e Montez a erne la rubbed
la thecKln and thorouL'hlv wlDed off nraln.
Jut before apolvlne powder, tbo comnlexldn
1lll l ft T --,-..- Tj "... 1..
will ue Mii.iurv uuu mo powarr win reinam
clogKlpgtndporesoAheaicln1 Pr!re78 oenU
unucr. ucBiuca iircvcuLirir ine nnwaer irnm
For sale bytFKED LKOG, Druggist, Fatton
isiuck, caiein, ure.
For any apec'al or complicated blemish of
face or form, wrtto
MRS. NETTIE- HARRISON,
AMHUCA'd JJbUUTV DOCTOB,
0 Geary St., Han Francisco, Cal
BupeifluousBalr Perrdanenlly Removed.
S The LINE That
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ll DAYS to
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For rates and general Information call on
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v -iM WfLMkln.tnn fit l
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To all Points East and South,
Jt Is tbedlnlng oar route, ltruua through
vestibule trains; every day In the year to
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(No change or cars.)
Composed of dlnlngcara unsurpassed,
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Of latest eqnlpnaent
Beat that can be constructed and In wbleb
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ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
A, oontlnooi o line oonuesting with all
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Pullman Iur- rwvt ions can be se
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In America, England and Kurope can be
purchased at any ticket office of tbls com-
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of trsiln,routea and other details furnished
AssUtant Oeneral Pa-verwer, AgeDf. Wo,
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Natural Wood flnlthlng,
Cor, KHh and ChemelsU Btreet.
Goo. Jondrich, .4
Ilest meat and Itm dellrsry,
I3G Stat. Street.
FREO A, ERIXON,
8T0NE AND II1UCK
Kstlmatesmadeoa all kladsot
ItetldenceCor. iHlband llelvlew
THE GREAT SPANISH BRAIN AND
Ilave you abused tho lawa of naturo and Injured your, nervous systefn ?
Are you deaifcjndonti and melancholy with confused Ideas and gloomy thoughts ?(
' ' ESP'ANO'" "will positively euro you. It contains no mineral poisons and
is remarkable for awakening organic action throughout tho system nnd' an
Improvement- iri every tissue. It prodUcestettef muscles, boneS, nerves, hair,
nailsf skin blood and gives vigorous life to tho unfortunate who has exhausted
his powers.- Prepared iu tablet form and 'packed in boxen convenient to carry
in tbo pocket. Each box contains 00 doses or enough to last ono month and is
worth many times its weight in gold. Tho prlco $1.00 por bos or 0 boxes' for
(5.00 if ordered at ono time and a guarantee will be given that any ease men-'
tlonod above that it docs not euro, tho money will bo refunded. As to lour
financial standing we rofer to any bank in this city. Sent charges prepaid to
any address in United States or Canada, Put up in plain wrapper with no
mark to distinguish' what it is. Send for circulars and testimonials. Addrosa,
3L Stockton Street
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S. A,
An able Brain and Nerve Specialist can at any time bo confidentially
consulted entirely free Of charge, personally or by mall, at the above
Proprietor of tbe
GERMAN :-: MARKET
South Commercial St., Balem. .
All hinds Fresb, nalt and Smoked Meats
FreeU and bait raeata of' tbo) bent quality.
Poultry and'stockj Free delivery,
A New Remedy
A tnii EpdAc poilt!v and ptrmuwnt ellmlrutloo
of all polton fron tho blood, and a restoration of hulihy
vigor to th lluutt II oflarad to mlTcrtri for th firtt tim
In a nfiatAy which liu btn undergoing tlu most nvtrt
pAi penianti lor th Mil lhr yean. It hu not
vt failed, od It will not fail, ai it li a True Speelflo
lor Syphilitic poUon and all blood dilutee. Do you be
lieve It! Send for full particulars and proof free, htop
filling your lyiura with mercury and other poliont,
Thi remedy will cure you In 30 to oa day without fail.
We (UHrttutee m eure ur refund the money.
MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO.,
170 rlrat Sti.1
J. H. HAAS,
2WA Ccmmirelil 8t,, Eilim, 0ttt,
(Next tloor to Klein's.)
BpecUlty of Spectacles, and repairing Clocks,
WaUitiM and Jawelrr.
WUI emre Wltaeat UelUlM all reMltlK tren
TtiuUa et Vnla. " e rsreee,ieMi er laeiacreitea.
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leuaMU, Mh eer, tUaeutUa, iltaey, lifer aa tlir
eewulal, Uae Wek.eataet, MietlM, ttaenl III SmIib.
eie Tkb el.lrH Sell eeeulae tttwtt lenwuteewi
Hlukiri.uliliH a eur'Mttaal U lulull; l.litf U
iaerrelreUSI,i, aSIU ear altef'iMeWe
Slteaeef er a a.. TaeanaS. .u aeea wS r aU Bar
eeieae leTiailwi after all titer tueeMat MtaS. aae n
ale a4Ml ImiIkmUU la tkli ae4 eferr eleer tttts.
'oaraMerfil iarUS SISttMlr HtflfOUV, cae
f rtaull Mea ever e(uS aU ata-fRBS STttM AU. SSLT1
lltdtk aa4 ruereaeeueaaik UsTllTSSMilaM ts B.,e.
mjjtxmmr mxtavmvuo po.
Mo, I7t flnt sH.. IWttLAWaV fKf
Merle it W'imUhloy.
Hhop (I KUUstrMl.
Tile t for Sdlet
OnI3cnU dsy delivered l
flood mnats, I'rompt delivery,
JOHN C. MARTIN,
orders at Balem Im.
proveraeni Co., (U Bute street.
otAta Htrout, -
This wondorful proparht!6n 1b Tftit elf Vcgritablo : compounded
from tlio prescription of'tho Official Phycidan-to tho Court of Spain
" Espnno " rocrcatoa Mental and Ncrvo Powor in Man and "Womao,
An infallible remedy for NervoU3 and General Debility,
Nervous Prostration, Cf eeping 'Paralysis Weakness caused
by Debilitating bosses, Excesses or Over-indulgences, In
cipient Softening1 of the Brain or Paresis, Dissiness, Xoss of
Memory, Confused Thoughts and all Brain, Nerve or Sexual
Weaknesses. It has no equal in restoring tho Stomach and Brain
to its normal condition following tho abiiso of Alcoholic Boveragss,
or indulgonco in tho Opium, Morphino or Chloral habit.
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THE MOST INTENSELY INTERESTING EXHIBITIONS ON THE GLOBE
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Great Double Monster Itomnn Oceunlo ConuresB, Clrouu, Meoagerla IIIpi9
dromo Aquarium of World's Wonder. All Natlona' Greatest Aren p Rpr
eentatlvta Selected to Excel! The greateat wild beaut Kittberlug that ?
Invited public attention I
ONLY GREAT SHOW OF MARINE WONDERS
Ever Terfccted for Travel.
Bo on band to nee the grand freo spectacular pageant. One ticket, forth
usual price, admits to tho Rreat coinbliled hIiowb I One hour given la wlilefcj to
luspeot tbo monagene and the many wonders previous to cpmB.ficeaae.t
circus and hippodrome performeneea. Two grand exhibitions and rrforai
anoes dally I boon open at 1 and 7 p. in.
Barginas in Land.
If. W, Hrnlth, pfMtmaater of lelsvllo, and
W. 1. Murplijr, of salem, bailor a MtafM
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upboiLtercd furniture. FitsU
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