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eaVJZSlXU :oAJ?JCrjvJL JOOH5ZJL1,, 8ATX7BDAT, SEPTEMBER SO, 1893.
NEW PATTERNS IX
FIXE SUITINGS IN
HOP SACKING, BROCHE,
Changeable -:- Diagonals,
307 Commercial Street.
P. S. Ladies should see the DeBevoise Waists For boys
and girls. A waist for b"j3 -with suspenders on.
- IK -
Ym are glncU baBd or mk easy Ytsdet
lea Koremeat. can oa tbe under -Igafi ler
material. We hare a eomp!e.e smei, and are
raajj- to ap;dx aay prepared contract, newei
nrk, rradlnt, eta.
Salem Improvement Co.
Whkbe to Attend School. Tht
ward boundaries tbat were established
Irstyear will remain unaltered until
further notice. Ail pnpils wno be
longed last term, to tbe 4th grade A
class in tbe Prk school, tbe 6th grade
A class in the Lincoln school, and tbt
Tib grade B class in tbe North school,
whose cards are marked "promoted"
will report at tbe East ScbooL AH
pnpils that have not attended tbe puL
He schools of tbii dty.but desire to do so,
ehould call at tbe clerk's office and reg
ister. They will then report to the su
perintendent or to one of tbe principals.
1,112 pupils have registered with School
Clerk Holmes up to date.
A Bishop's Home. Bishop Vm.
Dillon of toa United Brethern cburcb,
arrives in the dty today with hla fam
ily, and will make bis home here. Bis
hop Dillon was elected to tbe Oregon,
California and "Washington district at
the last general conference, from Day
ton, Ohio, and Salem has been selected Sharpy's dairy baa gained its reputa
as tbe best central location for a per- on for superior milk and cream by
maneni ntsnop's Dome, a residence
will be either purchased or built in tbe
near future by tbe association which
will be tbe future abode of BUbop Dil
lon and bia successors on this coast.
Annual Mkbtino. Tbe ladies
Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. will hold
their annual meeting in tbe parlors on
Tuesday, Oct. 3d, at 3 oclock p. m.
This Is tbe time for tbe election of offi
cers for the ensuing year, and every
member Is requested to be present. St
EVAXQEUCA.U German church,
corner of Center and Liberty Sis, Ser
vices: on Sunday Oct. 1st. as follows;
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p.m. Sun
day school at 10 a.m. All German
peaple are cordially invited. A. A. En
gel bart, Pastor.
Troops Inspected. Tbe iuspection
of companies B, H and I, and the sec
ond Begiment band held last ulgbt at
tbe armory, was very satisfactory. Tbe
battalion drill after the iuspection was
very good, regardless of tbe small drill
room, which makes it very difficult to
Unity Church. Services at 10:30
a. m. and 720 p. ni. Sunday school at
12. Subject of sermon Sunday morn
ing, "The Invisible Universe." Subject
of evening lecture, "Egypt and In
dia centers of dvllizttion when Adam
was in tbe garden of Eden. Rev. W. E.
Entertainment. The M. E. Sun
day school expects to give a literary
and musical entertalnmeut at tbe
church Wednesday evening, Oct. 11th.
ill Sara N. Brown, the University
elocutionary professor, will asM.
First Phisbyterian Chcrcu.
Communion service In tbe morning at
1030. Subject "Gethsetnaue " Ser-
vices In tbe evening at 730. Subject
"Jonah's Flight Towards Tarnish."
Everybody cordially welcomed.
Business Mk Tbe Salem business
Bieu ehould attend the R. R. commis
sioners meeting at tbe stale house Mon
day, Oct. 2d. Jt they have any, griev
ance aa to the high rales, or wrung
Osage la any respect by any common
carriers, tbat is the place for tbt m to be
St. Pauju's. A. M. K.church, North
Salem, service at 11 a. ui, and 7:30
in., Suuday school at 3 p. in. Rev. G.
W, White, tho old pastor, will pre-aeh
morning aud eveulug. All Invited.
Rey. J. !' Simmons, pastor.
Y. M. a A. Dr. Freeland of Pueblo,
Colo., will address tho young men at
tfc Y H. C. A, tomorrow afternoon at
4 n. m. All tnon invited.
AKKlveu. A full new line of uiusliu
l4rH-ear. which will be sold at cl
Hiurw at Mrs, a C, Reed'e. 4t i
AND SHOE COMPANY,
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Mrs. Geo. Burnett, of Scotts Mills, Is
visiting at the home of her father, V.
Albany Hrrald: Tbe Oregon Paefic
Co. has juit paid its employes for the
last half of July and announce that
August time will be paid by October
Dr. J. M. Kitcbem started east Wed
nesday morning, baviog New York
City as his objective point. He goes
tbttljer for tbe porpos ol entering one
of the post graduate schools of medi
cine in tbat city. While East he will
visit Missouri, his old home; from
wbicb he will return, to again resume
his business in our midst. Tbe doctor
is nothing if not progressive, as bis
practice has covered a quarter century
of time. Stayton Times.
MLa Clara B. Frink, who spent her
vacation with Mrs. W. EL Mowat in
Asbland,returned to Salem this week to
resume teaching next Monday. Misses
Frink, MeKinley and Coburu, all for
mer Ashland .teachers are, still emp
loyed in the Salem schools. Ashland
W. A. Pike, with bis daughters Jes
sie and Charlotte, of Zena, were Salem
actual service. All patrons are pleased.
Revival services at tbe Christian
cbnrch each evening tbis week.
Everybody is cordially invited.
Two plain drunks were before Re
corder Edes tbis morning and will
ierve out five days each on street work.
Miss Kate Patterson, wbo has been
the guest of Miss Flora Catterlin, left
for her home at Eugene, tbis morning.
Geo. Good, tbe Portland hotel man,
Is in tbe city today.
Tbe Southern Pacific has placed tbe
price of round trip tickets, good for 10
days to the Portland exposition at 3 33,
including one admission to the exposi
tion. Tickets on sale Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays only. tf
Wm. Cole, of Aumsville, was a Sa
lem visitor today.
Services at the First M. E. church to
morrow. Subjects: 11 a. m , The Po
tent Factor in Christian Work. 730
p. m., "Ibe Only Thing at Which
Christ Ever Marveled."
J. N. Grosboug, of Lincoln, was a
Salem visitor today.
The kindergarten training classes
will meet at tbe kindergarten rooms on
Liberty street, at 2 o'clock p. m., Mon
day Oct. 2d.
Ou! How Cheap. Tbe woolen
socks and underwear, at THE FAIR.
Editor E. Heferofthe JorRXALre-
turned today ith bis family and MUs
Mureuce McKinn'e, rrom a mouth's
eutlni: In Lincoln county, and at tbe
bay, all very much Improved in health,
Take your Sunday dinner at Strone' ,
resUuraut, with a chicken bill of fare,
omy 35 cents.
Mrs. Woodmancy, who las been the
guest of E. B. McElroy's family, re
turned to Portlaud today.
Miss Genevieve Hughes returned to
day from Albany.
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Cuslck returned
this afternoon, from a visit at Albany.
Wm. Armstrong will open a shoe
chop on State street, at the rear of
What do you think of a 15 cent
chicken' dinner at Strong's Sunday?
W. 8. Frink of Polk county was to
day appointed a notary public
AdJuRoblin went to Hubbard this
afternoon on business.
Mrs. W. SbleJ. who baa been visiting
her parent, Mr. aud Mrs. Jos. Kuerton
ret u rued to her home at Albany to
day. Cleveland SArE. rba president of
the Uuited Sutes never knowa when
be Is sale, but the man wbo buy pro
visions of Van Eaton U aWajs auie
what he will get,
So Hard Times At Kraus Bros.,
aa they are nelliug luoreaboM than ever
beore, oh lug to their low price. i
KOETH HOWELI, PBAJRIE
Geo. U Vlsteo ba returned frm
J his trip to Rnstoa and tbe wwM'a.
J Ephralm WJesaer is at Portlaed at-
tending toe University.
Mrs. Stone and Mrs. Wend ward of
Adams, Ore. were vlshlsg at tbelr old
bome last week.
I. D. Roberts b moving to Wood-
burn; Mr. White and family have re
turned to the neighborhood and Mr.
Baker's folks so we learn will go to
Parkersville to live.
School opened Monday the So'.h with
an enrollment of 15. (Several others
will enter when the rush of work is ov
er. A sister of Mrs. N. On wood, from
Alblna has been in tbe neighborhood on
Isaac Stevens has at last finished up
threshing and pit away his ma
Wood sawing and choppiog feed will
be next in order.
ONLY" a dollar and a half one of
those superb fall bats worth double
the money, at Mrs. S. C Reed's.
Book Satchels. Something new,
also school books at lowest urices, at
Dearborn's book store.
Paid fob His Whistle. We have
just beard a good one on Uncle Dave
Guthrie. Some twenty odd years ago
be and a number of other prominent
Oregon stock men were in San Fran
cisco. Tbe others were telegraphing
lo their managers at home to have
this, tbat or the other done. Unde
Dave bal no reason for sending back
any Instructions, but proposed to be as
full of business as any of them, and
telegraphed to Harvey something about
turning certain sheep in one pasture
and tbe balance In another. It cost
him only f 10. Dallas Ilemizer.
What Do Yon Take
Medidne for? Because you are sick
and want to get well, or because you
wuh to prevent Illness. Then remem
ber tbat Hond's Sarsaparilla CCRES all
diseases caused by impure blood aud
debility of tbe system. It is not what
its proprietors say but what Hood's
Sarsaparilla does, tbat tells tbe story
of Its merit- Be sure to get Hood's and
vegetable Hood's Pills 25
AGAIN. John Holm ha again
opened a blacksmith shop in Salem, at
rear of Cook's hotel. All friends in
vited to (:ive him a call, and get work
done In the best manner. 9-6. lm
New Mining Co. The Harris Flat
Mining C., of Port'acd today filed ar
ticles of lncorporatio3, with a capital
Cct ix Two. The prices ou fall hats
at Mrs. a C Reed's. The best S1.50
bats ever offered in Saltni. Ladies
don't fail to see tbem. -it
A Bad Sell. If you get common
red cheese instead of the fresh Little
Nes-tocca, you will be badly eold. Clarfc
A. Eppley sell it.
Tbe Chinese Bible.
The Chinese scriptures or sacred
books were compned and partly com
posed by Confuaus himself. They
are divided into five books viz :
The Yi-Kjng," which treats whol
ly of cosmogony.
"Shu-King," the acts and wise max
ims of Yaoa, Shun and other andent
Chinese kings and philosophers, who
are now held in great veneration.
"Shi-King,n -which contains 311 sa
"Ee-King."or "The Book of Rites,"
which is a repository of maTims and
directions for everyday life of all
sorts and conditions of people.
"Chun-TsJen," which is a history
ox tne time of Confucius.
time of Confucius. These
books taken collectively are usually
reierred to in usts of "bibles of the
world' as "The Five Kings." The
word king,' in this connection, as I
understand it. simply means "book."
St Louis Republic.
A Careful Urslrman.
For gallantry aad thoBghtiulness
a Boston and Maine brakeman on
the Connecticut river division has
broken the record, at least in these
parts. A groap of little girls, in
6pick span white ilresses, were seen
by a Homestead reporter alighting
from a train at the Union station on
a moggy, sticky day, and the brake
man who was lifting them from the
car steps to tho platform had each of
his grimy hands wound carefully
with a liondkerchief, that no finger
marks might be left on the spotless
warns and sleeves.
Theonly pa Cream of Tartar Powder -Ko Ammonia. No Alsa.
Used in Ifiliious of Homes 40 Years the Staadaii
i IVes. Hawley addresses the Christian
Association Sunday at p. m.
The Phlledoriaa sooie'y last night
discussed tbequesifefi: "Repaired that
i it would be to tbe best interest of tbe
United State, for congress not to legis-
ta "PH tbe tarlfl qoeMioa In this ses-
j sOB aBd deotded in tbe affirmative. I
rrof. Cochran asstMed by P. I.
", aic uiaiD wciai lujpiuic-
menta ia the chemical labratory; quite
a number of new bo' ties have been pur
chased and are being arranged for ef
fective class work. The labratory is
too small at present for the proper de
velopment of this department, and it is
hoped tbat in tbe near future the Prof,
will have ample room to verify his ex
The Willamette Collegian for October of remarkable cures and perhaps print
has gone to press and will be out Tues- a picture of the mythical man or wo-
day. In view of its siie being enlarged man supposed to have been cored. That
and its enlarged drculation(3XX)copifc) n medicine advertisements are not
it is now the best and most flourishing mere "fakes," and that all newspaper
college paper In the Northwest. It men are nol equally prejudiced is prov
should have the patronage of Salem ' en bv a storv published in the Cincin-
Ex. Prea. Wbitaker left on Wednes
day fr hhTnew home and new duties
as pastor of St. Paul's church of Pjrt
land. Prof. Yerex will take
up nls resl-
dene in Dr. TS biuker's home, o$9
winter St. He is already busy mov-
ThelUt of the names of the third
year and college students is upon theof onUy M newspaper men.eo
bulletin board in
mu-uu iue iimeior
each to render either an oration or es -
sav before chapel is stated.
K. W. Callison, who gave up his
scnool duties at the bemnmntr of the
third term of last year, to take a school
. r, D.w- -oK ..-
atMoy Rock, Wash, after a success-
ful term of six months, returned on
Wednesday, and has registered in the
ift!pm fn rvinnMinn trlth trlifali Via
will take up the study of law.
Prof. Sara N. Brown, our new teach
er in elocution, who on account of a
severe cold has been withholding her
appearance before the school in recita
tion, redted in chapel on Monday, "The
Chariot Race," by Ben Hur. Miss
Brown disolayed rare talent and
showed tbat her training bad been
thorough and first-class. She is a gradu
ate of the famous Emerson School of
Oratory, of Boston, Mass., and since
her guaduation from tbe regular course
has taken a post-graduate course in tbe
sme school, receiving the degree of
Master of Oratorv.
Resolutions of Respect
At tbe last regular meeting of the W.
C. T. U-, held in their hall on Court
street on Tuesday the 26 inst, tbe fol
lowing preamble and resolutions were
Whereas, The retirment of our es
teemed president, Mrs. Belle W. Cooke,
pivsents a suitable opportunity for ex
pressing the high esteem in which we
bold her as a faithful, dignified and
courteous t fllcer; therefore, be it
Resolved, I bat we deeply regret the
necessity of l.sing ber in our Joeal tern
perunce work and with heartfelt sad'
uers accept ber resignation.
Resolved, That It is but a just tribute
to the character of our loved president.
Mrs. Belle W. Cooke, to say that her
active but unostentatious kindnesses
have endeared ber to the inmates of
many a bt-mble home, as well
as to her large elide of friends in gener
al, while every public movement, in
our dty, for the amelioration of winter
ing, tbe uplifting of tbe downtrodden
or the suppression of evil in every form,
has ever found in ber an earnest, untir
ing conscientious helper.
Resolved, That the secretary of our
union transmit to her a copy of these
resolutions and, also, tbat tney be pub
lisbed in our local papers.
The Secret of Wealth.
A millionaire said "tbe secret of my
wealth" is in tbe word, S-A-V-E; and
tbe secret of my health is in tbe word
S-A-G-E. By this last be meant Dr.
Sage, wbose Catarrh Remedy cured
hioj of one of the worst cases AT catarrh
and thereby saved him from much suf
fering and premature death, enabling
him to make his millions, and enjoy
life. Tbe cures made by this medidne
are simply wonderful.
Notice to Contractors.
Separate sealed bids for brick and
stone fouudation and basement walls of
a residence for Dr. L. A. Porte will be
received up to 2 p. ra. Saturday, Sep-
lernoeraotn. l'lans ana specincauons
ran be seen at tbe office of W. C
Knighton, architect. 9 2S-6d
Largest Gun in the World.
Is on exhibition at tbe great world a
fair. You ought to see it. Ibis is tbe
month of months to visit the fair.pleaa
ant days, cool nights, delightful travel
Maximum comfort en route to Chi
cago on tbe vestibuled limited trains ot
tbe Chicago, Union Padflo & North
western lino. Rm vfinr nMrvst TTninn
Pacific agent for rates or other informa-
A Cincinnati M'racle.
WHY MR. CHARLES B. NOBLE IS BEING
Remarkable Case ei Bring Completely
uerea i raraijiis Alter .ranr
Ibrte Years of Snfferias and .
EHiofni Physicians U&4
D dared IbrirBeat
Newspaper men as a rule place little
credence in patent medidne stories and
seldom bother to even read them. This
is not to be wondered at when it is
taken into consideration bow often
they are called upon by unscrupulous
' Defeons toifabricate and publish stories
nati Tims-Starof a well known news
paper man whose life was saved by
reading an advertisement. So remark
able and interesting is tbe story tbat.it
Is here reproduced as published in the
! fjt ni a- t!A
" ,r"; v- ., .. .
,ilteraleaaf who baa bn sufleriag for
i nearly three years with paralj&is, was
J upon the street today, cheerful aud act-
Ieand tbt. recipient of congratulations
tnatir. Boole's case appeaisto every
! one afflicted as be was. Mr. Noble has
i sFnt lhe ,asl tbree J6 in traveling
! from city to city seefctng sRllied pnysl-
dans, to whom he has appeared in
' vain for relief. Knowing this, a re-
porter expressed su prise at the remark-
able cure, but Mr. Noble, after ex ecu t-
,Dgajito abow tbat he was as sound
ag be looked, let the reporter Into the
secret of his cure.
I Tt ccjka hnffi tlm I hart nfil "Mirl
he, "but tbe last medidne we take is !
ijimub tucuuc lust Luics, auuA.uat;
taken tbe slsu I was para!zedoni
March 9, 1S9D, while in 4be employ of
the David Williams Publishing Co. of
New York City as their traveling rep
re&entative from CincinnatL I found
the traveling a great help to me, both :
in a fiuandal aud a literary way, but
suddenly stricken down as I was at
Somerset, O., 150 miles from Cincinnati, '
1 wa3 incap-iciated Tor botn wntiug
and money making. Luckilj my liter
ary productions bad been remunerative.
and I bad a snug bank account laid up, '
out tnese tnree years nave made a
dram on it. j
"I sought a score of physicians, go- j
ing to the best specialists in Cincinnati, I
Chattanooga and Pittsburg. Twelve 1
Cincinnati doctors, pronounced my case '
incurable, but I would not give up, and !
after seekine: in vain for relief in Pitts
burg and -Chattanooga, consulted the
best medical talent in Chicago. Up to
January 17, IS93, 1 had spent .2,500 for
doctors aud medicine and was about to
give up in despair when I got bold of
lir. VYil urns' r-inK rills for .Fale .Peo
ple, through reading tbe advertise
"From the first week of using tbe
remedy I made a steady improvement,
and on April 12, 1 put up my cane after
using it thirty months. I certainly be
lieve tbis medicine is all tne proprietors
claim for it, and it will do all they say
it will. I take pleasure in recommend
ing it to all similarly afflicted. Like
many wbo have tried medicine in vain
I was doubtful of Its value at first, and
only used when I grew desperate. Now
I can not praise It too highly. It has
restored roe to health and strength ai.d
I feel giate'nl accordingly. Dr. Whit
taker pronounced it is a hopeless case
of locomotor ataxia.
"Y'es, I know there are many who
will fancy anytning you say about my
case Is an advertisement,but if they
want any corroboration, let tbem ad
dress me at tbe Y. M. C A. building,
and I will cheerfully answer all inqui
ries if stamps are enclosed."
Pink Pills, while advertised
and handled by tbe drag
trade as a proprietary article,
are not considered a patent medi
dne in tbe sense that name implies.
For many years previous to their gener
al manafactnre they were used as a pre
scription. At first their great restora
tive powers were not fully recognized
and they were chiefly prescribed for im
pure blood and general weakness. Their
remarkable success In such cases, accl
tbe fact that there was nothing in tbe
formula tbat could d no barm, even if
they did not do any good, led to their
being tried In cases where tbe skill of
the pbysidan and tbe power of medi
cine had entirely failed. Tbelr power
of restoration seemed to border on tbe
marvelous. They proved to be a never-
lauing specinc tor sucn diseases as loco
motor ataxia, partial psralysls,St. Vims'
dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheumatism.
nervous headache, the after efiectof
La Grippe, palpitation of tbe bean. pale
and sallow complexions, and all di
seases of tbe blood such aa scrofula,
chronic erysipelas, etc.
They are also a specific for troubles
peculiar to females, such as suppres
sions, irregularities, and all forms of
weakness. They build up the blood
and restore tbe glow of health to pale
and sallow cheeks. In case of men
tbey efiect a radical cure in all cases
arising from mental worry, overwork
or excesses of whatever nature.
Pink Pills are sold la boxes, never in
and the public ia cautioned agalast 1
numerous imlUtloot sold In ibU shape
toOcentaabovor six boxes for $250 tbeXas thev ariali l,tVtZ,.flTZ
and may be bad of all druggUt vrJJifS'
direct by mail from Dr. Williams' fed-1 Jteisl rS" nlTJl fnm U M to f 1!
IHnn HnmrvintT Koh.nMv..l. .- V . I
Brockviile, Ont. Tbe price 'at which
thrsM Pill am snl.t m.bu, . . r
treatment Inexpensive as com p-, red
with other remedies or medical treat
ment. t . . va WW0 - WUI(-0 VI
Ecoaomira in Paper.
, Wn. newspajera. tied la buBdlesf
iiw. doc cut, ir sale at thU ofllce at
fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw
wrapping paper, larse sheets, two cuta
a pound. Next door to the poatofflce.
DON'T GET RUFFLED
going into these
Fake Clothing Stores
But come at once to the Old
Eeliable Woolen MM Store
where you are sure o get your
WQUEfl ?iiU STORE
GOOD LUCK TO YOU
Good lock to Ton mud mod lnek it win
oe lo every one who Ufce advantage of oorB
SCHOOL BOOK SALE.
Neiher a horre-thoe or four leaf eloTer eau
irlcg you tnth opportunities. See tnai
.-oar children go to tbe State street took
wire lor iceir ceoool supplies
Booksellers and Stationers,
98 STATE BTBEET.
E. JL W.UTB PRISTKG CO.,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Beta's Xew Brlekver the bank. Com! ttreet.
Bates, $i50 to $00 per Day
The ben hotel between Portland aad Ban
Francisco. Flrst-daai In all lta appointineau.
1U tables are set-red with Uia
Grown In tne -WlUazneUa Valley.
A. I. WAGNER, Prop.
OPENS SEPTEMBBR 27
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UEHATI'S CELEBRATED MILITARY
WILL FUBX1SH THK MIHIU.
A "WOELD OP MECHAHICS IS MTHIA.TUEE.
TnE BPBCUL FtATURES WILL ECXIPSE THCSK OF AST FRtVIOVB It
MADAME GIRARD GYER'S PRISMATIC FOUNTAIN
Constrceted at a tort ol 110,00 and throwlcr
Cental nlnr flih olaU varietlea "oend ta Oiejon
K-Leonrri SUeu?1 Patodnea wltcted
t -r-aklr-f ttM uklat
org-a celebrated palnUn-; CaMer-a Laat TFlsHt. TO Tint thi treat Eipo-.Ucnad Jj
VO&dtfM 111 -TtfT dMrtm.nl nf ft, mA ..,.
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KKOUChI RaTE3 O.V ALL. TRASSPOKTXTIOS USES.
or farther InXormaUan addraa
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS-
latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices.
N. W. Cor. State and Liberty Sts.
ANOTHER NEW LINE
' Of Jackets arrived veteMv fmm v
r - v " --.
FrTT I r A -f
Piaida, Plain, Changeable and Hopsacklaj efTects, at prices from 25c to S!
ww u xi, im B(ueuuta vaioea.
I Left over from last year are going fast,
"Vtfret one of tbem. If jou find one to suit
i.". iicwgkiuui, turui h aa uuu UUI pnciSi
'WILLIS T-WO'TT-TTTK I- CO.
OPRA HOUSE CORNER. -
ACRES AT A BARGAlN-f.v.
trade. Ten acre lmoroTed. wiui nil
building, on railroad.
n't., .- fl
wagon as Pt parmeat. or tome toxIeS
co-t. H A.t3ark,onltlhu-eet,8iLftJ
". laxc Kazan
HvXrif'-ACeat eman'i brown Bd ,b
CaU alJocurjLi. once.
TMJAHD WAJJTED.-A Wlluil
tcbool. Inquire at H m. aargeatt. j
. ...u.. mp wutk Mir aim unara mntimti
rriHIS PATES U kept on ale at E.aiuf
I Advertlalse a trener. 64 xr.A is Umw
trxrhange, San Ifraiutiro, iin..;. Tlo
contract far advertlUng can bemad ttxl
rtutusriAS BC1ENCE Llteratat i!
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CHiS. GEES, SOXJBlKlRD.il,
Office above -William & Kntlaafil
Balem. Growers invited to call.
Manolactore Standard Pressed Brier,
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Connecting and Primary Caaei e?ei
Monday, Sept. 25Ui,
Cor. OcKxrt and liberty streets, oppocts c
For teachers and mothers wm begin '
3d. at the tame place.
For partieslara applr to
Mrs. P. S. E.mght,
IfiQQ CLOSKS OCTOBKR 28
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