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DV 11UKHK BROTHBRS,
THURSDAY, FEB. 13, 1896.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
I hereby nnnouncc niclf an a
cnndldnto for tlie olllcc of COUNTS
ASSKSSOlt subject to Hie will of the
county BepubHenn convention.
,l.w .1. A. VAN JSATOJf.
THEIR INTENTION.
The Oregon iiiirciiic eouit, in the
Eastern Oregon aylum decision, bus
not consttucd the const It ut Ion, hut it
Hits Intluiated that It .wiild hold an
act locating a state Institution away
from the sont of novcrniiieiit to he
nnstlttitlonul If that question wore
iwfotv It.
H that intimation were not so
broad It tulghl b worth whllo to In
sist on having the court decide a miit
6 t It 1ms three times evaded. Hut It
It must be assumed that unless n new
dcclMon can Iks secured, nncrsliijj Its
action, that the Insane asylum will be
built at Union. Or., WO miles from
the teat or Kocrument, where the
constitution declares all Mate Insti
tutions shall Ik; located.
Tho question of the intention of the
framers of tho constitution becomes
very Important. As this Is the llrst
distinctively state institution pro
vided for by legislative enactment to
bs located away" from Salem. It Is
well to lay before tho people what was
tho purposo of this Inhibition In tho
constitution which the court Inti
mates it would hold Inoperative.
From the debates In the constitu
tional convention we digest as follows,
September 14, 1857s
"It was provided that tho scat of
government, when located as pro
vided, should not bo removed for 20
yenrs.
"Mr. Dcudv moved to amend so as
to require all state Institutions to be
located at tho seat of government es
tablished as above. Adopted.
"Mr. 'Williams moved to amend so
that tho seat of government should
not be removed for 20 years, except by
a two-thirds vote of each house of tho
legislature. There might bo an over
powering necessity for removal un
less thero was, a two-thirds vote of
both houses of the legislature could
not l obtained. We have also de
clared that all public bulldlngsshould
bo erected there. Mr. Williams'
amendment was not adopted.
"Mr. Smith (Pclnzon Smith, or
Linn, formerly of Iowa,) Ho was In
favor of putting all state Institutions
atone place. Unless they were so
placed together they were put up to be
gambled for. How much better It
would have been if In Oregon all the
Institutions had been located at some
ono place. As It was they were
Mattered alwut and what was tho re
sult? Fire had destroyed one, and
villainy and fraud consumed a large
portion of the fund or another. The
Interest or the state would be sub
served by placing all hereattcrto bo
located together."
"Mr. Wnymlro, of l)lk county, was
In favor of putting them together. If
we had located tho state house and
university In 18&0 at one place wo
hhould now hao had good buildings
for both. It was the partition of
thorn whleh hadoaud all the trad
ing and trouble since. And m It
always would bo while they remained
iiparnto."
"The amendment of the committee
of tho whole requiring all tlo public
goncml Institutions to bo located at
thoMmt of gouunment was adopted
by a vote of St yoaj to 17 nays."
H Is quite eUdont from tho pro
cowlings of tho convention that the
Intention of the fawners of tho con-
tltutton was to prevent a repetition
of what had already been experienced
II HI I II III! mi in jujui
FAILING MANHOOD
Qrocral awl Nervous Utility.
ItlQtt. l.tTrclt of Krr, ,
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Old
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? wuy ireia evBUMM ac
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llwialon ao4 proofs, &ulU-
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IftKMEIrOALOOIuffiri.Y.
!.....-- ...,.. .itK.f Mifc-tAirltorn
.Avery, of Benton county, to locate
thecapltol at Salem-the old wooden
one-and a school at Corvallls and
something else In JacKson counij.
By another combination the capltol
was moved to Corvallls where It
stayed a year. Smith's protest was
against such log-rolling combinations.
The protests of the founders of our
constitution against the corrupting
Influences of scattering the public
buildings, and holding out of a
premium to the restless activities and
enterprises ol local politicians were
convincing In their day, If not so
effective In ours. The prophesies of
the fathers have come true and here
after the capltol Itself may have to bo
put up at a rafllc to satisfy some
locality.
The Eastern Oregon asylum will bo
distinctively the first general state
institution to be located away from
Saljin. The state university, state
ajrlc iltural college nnd soldiers home
arc supported partially or wholly by
the federal government. The state of
Oregon owns no normal schools, but
has granted appropriations to the
ones at "Weston and Monmouth. If
the asylum Is bullr In Hut-torn Oregon
It will l the KM break over the old
constitutions prcblbltlon wisely in
serted as the dHlx-Tdtoly exprc9.cd
Intention or tin- fimnilorn oft his com
monwealth. WALL STREET INTERPRETED.
Fretting all the time about "Wall
Streets Western friends! "Why? Do
you actually imagine that "WallStrcct
greed Is tho cause of high Interest
paid elsewhere, losses of borrowing
farmers elsewhere, high freight rates
on "Western railroads, scarcity of cur
rency in Western States? Why not
grasp n little truth about the matter?
New York Tribune.
"Western friends" are fretting about
Wall Street. Not about Wall Street
attending to its legitimate business.
Ilpt about Wall Street dictating tho
tlnanclnl policy of the government
and what shall be the currency system
of tho American people.
Why should the New York Tribune
fret? How is It that thousands of
copies of Its weekly arc sent free to
every state In the Union? Copies are
now addressed all over Oregon free
gnttls and offered to bo sent out to all
our subscribers free? Of course, It Is
not In the Interest or Wall Street.
Oh, no!
THE NEW DEAU
There Is no doubt but in the state
affairs or Oregon thero Is room for
Improvement. The eopIc want that
Improvement. The question Is, how
to get It. Oregon taxpayers want the
best In each department, but they
want most of all a new spirit of loy
ally to the people Instead of devotion
to the upbuilding of officialism for
prollt.
Oregon wants new men In thcofUccs,
new blood to the froiit, new Ideas,
Theold machine lscostly,xtraTagant,
Indifferent to the people and Incapable
of reform. The voters who voted for
Governor Lord voted for a new deal.
They did not vote for a continuation
of old abuses. They did not vote to
merely transfer mon from one office to
another. Professional onlce-scekers
for revenue wore never safe party
guides.
NOT HALF APPRECIATED.
Kngland only demands 3,000,000 of
acnw upon tho Alaskan liordcrs. The
wonder Is sho did not make It 5,000,
000 or (1,000,000. The three, however,
will cover the gold fields and give
them command of the waterways that
enter the heart ot the possessions or
tho United States. Hreat Britain
always has tell like kicking herself
for giving up Oregon, Washington.
idttiipand Wyoming while they were
within her grasp. Had she dreamed
of the riches upon the Pacific In 1840
u iiMcr wuum nave none it. Ameri
can people have never half thanked
the pioneers of Oregon for what they
did from 113 tolSW. Is It because
they are Ignorant or the remarkable
history of that period ?-Mcdfonl
m. :
Itucklen's Arnica Salve
.. T1 be'1 4,v 4n ,h wW (o Cult.
JUuUev Sc, Ulecrv SU Khecus. Fcve
M alt Skin htuuUoni. and positively curel
Ww or im w Itoulftj. J, ,. cuB, of
Children Cry for
lltohrfiOnptorl.
WHAT THE PRESS CAN DO.
.. XTCw..."..!tr".::3:
Yvetto Gu lbcrt has announced
lOO.OOO damages, the money, n cao
she wins the suit, to be devoted to
charity, after the court expenses have
been paid. The article which will bo
made tho basis of the suit brought by
tho French songstress reflected on tho
morality of her songs. minds of eastern farmers. Itmxtouor.
Tlio general Idea seems to Iks that i,as somc mort n dry country, but
the bringing of the suit was In thet woimi not do to believe one-half
lino of a big bluff, for ir tlie songs
translated and offcrrcd In evidence,
there conld bo no doubt but that they
would prove the article based on facts,
and that the editor writing it spoke
the truth in tho interest of public
good.
Several of the Chicago papers have
been criticising the News for an
article In which it threatened to give
the names of women who attended
the concert. They clnlm unit me
News seemed ready to reflect on good
and Innocent women. On tho other
hand, thero tire many who believe
that a little of this sort of Journalism
would mako people hesitate about
going to places where vulgar songs arc
sung, the excuse being that they are
In French or somc other language
understood by educated people.
The rewards Mr. Cogswell received
for standing In with the bosses were
the $2000 attorney fee forrepresentlng
the state In a case before the supreme
court In Washington, nnd an appro
priation of J5000 of tho state money
in 1803 for the benefit of a public!
school In this city, Lakevlew, as neat
a little steal as was worked through
cither of the two most extravagant j
sessions or the legislature. Since Mr. j
Cogswell has o flagrantly betrayed!
(he trusts Imposed lu him by tlie
democracy of Oregon, there Is no
longer any place tor hlui In their
ranks, and his desertion is u good rid
dance to the party. Times-Mount-alncer,
l)ein.
The WOOO appropriation rererrcd to
never passed the legislature. The
$2000 appropriation in the ways nnd
means bill was inserted in the senate.
Some one writes to ask how The
Journal can reconcile its support
of Senotor Mcllrlde and that gentle
men's vote against n free coinage bill.
We do uot understand that free coin
age or slugle gold standard is yet
mude a test of Republicanism. As
wc Interpret the national platforms
and Oregon pint forms the Republican
party stands for both gold and sliver
as standard money. If it meant the
single gold standard it would say so.
Uutll it docs say so wc give Mr. Mc
llrlde or any other man the samo right
of const rttclton wc claim for our
selves. The editor of the Salem Journal,
himself a member of the last legisla
ture said: "David Craig, the only
farmer in the legislature from Marlon
county made the cleanest record of
any man wno went there."
The above Is from an exchange, and
It Is being copied nil over tho stato as
a compliment to the farmers,
And It
I. n ,.nt,,nlt.nn w- l.- ti. ..i..
",v""' v"" "u ""i,v "
farmer 011 the last Marion
count V
tll- nil) lin rA-.wii,l.w1 . ...!... .
" 7""" . u-kiv-i.
uiau niuru like mm.
OREGON NEWS.
The first number of the Independent
has been published at Klamath Falls.
Don Carlos Royd Is the editor and the
paper, It Is stated, "will be strictly
neutral, politically."
P. II. Recklcy shipped two carloads
ot beer cattle to Portland, Sunday.
Ono carload was rrom Yoncalla and
tho other rrom Oakland. Among the
cattle shipped rrom Oakland were two
steers that weighed 4,050 pounds. Two
other steers recently shipped by Mr,
Heckiey weighed 4,350 txiunds,
The Lawler syndicate, owning and
developing the Quartivllle mine in
the Santlam district ,.d out to those
In Its employ and for supplies over
ei0,W0 during January.
Lhe president or the Douglas
rouiiiy i-ioneer oclet.v will ca
meeung some time in March or J
tor the nurnose of electincrnnWr
dechlliiL' limn tli tln, mil nio
inanwl2:
... . . .
-. .,, . ...w ...mv ...i imuvv iui
.Mr. I.MniTtrv. Invlnnl,ml.l.i..
"o-w " ...uiviaiu
a new Held. Sho has been decorated
with the llrst ribbon In a swoll sk-a..
l ..,. i rj
Hon. J. A. Wright, of Sparta.Unlon
county, will receive the unanimous
nepubllcan nomination for Joint m.
torot Union and Umatilla countl.
JoeYrlght has made an able leclsla-
tor In the hohand Is certain 'very
available timber for promotion.-
Ileppner Gaiette.
..
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Children Cry tor
DInUa.lof-.i. 1
tohr' Cutter!. .
DIVERSIFIED POINT3.
The American fanner has, or can
have, the Ideal home life.
raisers great losses in Great Britain,
Now York state Is legislating irr
better roads and opproprlatlng 10ny .
for them. The money will no doubt (
j be spent. -1
j-afflr corn S jmt now agitating the
that Is printed In Its favor.
The npplo -crop of Western New
York was almost ruined last year by
the scab. The few who sprayed their
trees and had a clean crop made good
profits as usual.
Use nil your soft-wood ahcs on your
fruit land and save the hard-wood
ashes for lye. After the lattor are
leached" they can also be used on the
land with good results.
Among the ninny reasons given why
American farnisnrcdecllnlng In value,
Is tho custom or our government giv
ing farming lands to anyone who will
cultivate them.
It is tlieexperlcnceof old New York
dairymen that the by-products, such
as calves and hogs fatted from the
skim milk form one of the most profit
able departments of their buslne".
The Country Gentleman says of
Kalllrcorn, "while this plant Is doubt
less of great value In regions affected
with severe drouths, it is hardly worth
cultivating where a reasonable degree
of rainfall may generally be depended
on." Oregon wants none of it.
Almost New. A Minnesota binder
In good condition almost new, will
sell clionn. D. M. "Evans, five miles
oast 0f Salem. d-w
HARD TIMES FACTS.
;good
KUADINO FOK
CIHCI.E.
TUB FAMILY
Every reader of The Journal
should look up tho list of premiums
given absolutely free with this paper.
The Weekly Journal at $1 a year Is
the cheapest paper on the Pacific
coast, yet with It wc give yearly sub
scriptions to any of the following
valuable publications, each known to
the world as a standard In Its field:
The Toledo Blade,
The Queen of Fashions,
Womankind,
The Farm News,
The Child Garden.
These valuable publications nre
each worth a 91 n year, yet we give
you your choice, ono year free, for a
$1.60 subscription to Tub Journal,
cither the Daily for six months or
the Weekly for eighteen months.
See the list, and don't neglect to profit
by It.
Don't be deceived Into paying for
so-called premiums offered with high
priced papers at a slight advance.
Remember The Journal Is tho
cheapest newspaper on the Pacific
coast, and It gives you high grade
re mlums without additional charge
From Brooks. Monday evening a
meeting of the McKlnley Republican
club, of Brooks, was held in Shaw's
hall at which somo business was
transacted. A resolution was carried
tlie ft l
to order that the olcctlon of delegates
to tho county conbcntlon be by ballot
also thatS. A. .Tnno ffm 1 "UnEeiif
and A.
;.-.:...' """ ."VJ
' iuiMiisuoiiJHRiimeajuugcs
111ft 1 - I.i Mia I ... 1. s.n. 1 A 1 1 '
of the primaries.
n
During the meeting
'
tl,ore were several good speeches
THE ONWARD HARCH
r o ., 1. 1
UK t-lllinUMI IILIIIII IB I
stopped short bv Dr. '
rierce's uoinen Sled.
ical Dl.coverv. If ,
Tl
ou haven't waited
Dcyonu reaiton,
there's complete re.
covery and cure.
A'thougU by many
believed to be Incur
nb'c, there is the
evidence of hundreds
of living witnesses to
the fact that, in all
its earlier stapes, can.
sumption is a curable
disease. Uot every
i-asc, uiu a latf per.
r.
-f:
by Dr. Pie'rce's OoldenMeS DwcavIS? I
5ven after, lVe bsease lia procTessed so
fcrtaS Olg
fPio" expectoration (iucludinfr tnbercu.
V "MH. M IMII VO
em.clX,weak,,0eMflMU Ud Mlreme
Do Toil doubt that liumlreds of such cases
airgfed3t .
representlnir t)i ,,. i. . '
".nw, uccii so nroiinmtrn ,i
.. ,-,.,". -"-i """. "?it
- MuuKij - preiuuicea ana advised
r Preji
of "G
often
t.. "G?'''e" Medical Discovery."
h".," f?.r5d . f M?
against
r... T '.T::?. , '" M""1."" power over tuts
which they are acquainted. Nasty cod.
ill UiaiJtlV. All n t.. .....11 ;..
SMd MS& tafflr-l tiS2
'" f"4 " either utterly failed to iene-
rtU,SttoiW8&r
?drioMmM.ofX,;S,;iSS.!'
p"X'k,e Wn"ytrieiinwia.
S VSSS5
Jl8 eo?hs whnSJ diraSk ? niS
5ffiff,J. a" kindred maladies, hive been
iiir uhv reorrKtueed In a book of 160
I" wnih w ill be mailed to tou o iS
S1 ? i m? f Z
thrf,?" lVn wrhetbo cured awUearo
iS'vfAuarM - woH.n - .iniisJS
Hrf-.j
II a ;Hr:'...V"c"', U0laenikI.eu' , Jr osnoeine specialty. New shoe
LTirll 3V..7. . iV 'I'. 1. t,c :cu'c cases 01 mat ' set, n.50. Un y the best work don.
l?. "" dLsf Me.? Von need uot takc job work a ,Speclalir: Wce-The TZL"
"1 ..:'""' "f . . T ". . f every :
til A tMM I
.rfHrtLjflflBlk. f ' Vm W m l
J tiK-V--" -Tif L Jm. JKB- (u
'TourBAmEaorFurli.fe"!
PLUG
The largest piece
ever sold
CARTETPAlviik -ige i. .it
lnown wrapping imper for sale , ' ..
the thing tor pu.ung under cirp-t-
heavy
. Just
Call at
journal otnee
INSURANCE J N. Fergus n, agent lor
Western Aurance of Toro'Vo, Phoenix of
London, New Zealand In-urnnce company
and the .linn Life and Accident, has
movent his office In with the Globe Real
Estate office, up utairs in o-t office build
Inc. t2 tm"
W0LZ & MIESKE. Props.
Dealers In all kind of fresh and salt meats.
CPFreh sausacM a specialty.
171 COMMERCIAL ST.
GEO. FENDllICH'8
MEAT MARKET.
32! Commercial st Cottle Block
Succesvor to C. M Heck & Co.
Best meats in tho city, Prompt delivery ot
lowest prices.
SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel BulloV.
For water service apply at office. Hills
payable morffhly in advance. Make all
complaints at the office.
Oi)cn snicket to nrevent freezing tvI.
!"vely prohibited. Care idvmld be taken
" "' ua,,K ' "ecimg lo nave stop ana
waste uatecloeU see sect on 1 rules in I
waste fate cloeu see section x rules and rvc-
.ulation No deduaiou in bills will beat
. - -.. . .
hMWaWMt Wilt lll W
lowed for abence or forany cause whatever
unless water Is cut of from premies.
THE WAR IS OVER
ana no one is
. . . ---- ---E-
nun. ine unaersicnea havej
Ived partnerhip on State street, and h
isl
h a wauon ami carnage snop at 330
Commercial st.. in connection with Snracue
Crounk's blacksmith shoD. onno.iir the
Siatt Inurancc building where I will carry
a complete line of carriage and wgon wood
' matciUI. and I am ready to build or repair
any kind of vehicles on ihort notice, from the
hcavirt t to the lightest, and will give prices
which bayc never been heaid of before. I
guarantee all work to give perfect satUfaction.
Oixeme a call.
It. J. IIERSCHBACH,
Salem, Oregon.
i :S
111 r- r v , . . Z
w. h. k. 1 h r.n..
.-.,.. WV - T
(Successors to Smith & Schindler.)
ral
B
H TIMES PRICES'
'-'-w
v "" !ime are hard and I propose to cive
:..Pa,M!c hird "ra prfca 8
' Mor snoes.plain
with toes and calks ,
Hand made steel shoes
1 rack shoeing
I 00
1 50
2 DO
2 SO
1Mf- . ' Jcclc" Jlavllns,
loo Lhemektta street.
J. H HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Thoma,clocUctt.. an Commercial reet
Tako Your Wife
oneoi iisom handsome Poztoxi P
ws mm
Gene
omilno
(llUtMIIIMIA.
CTTBOXSS. I "XX'JM
jm nil
of GOOD tobacco
or 10 cents.
EAST AND SOUTH
.VIA-
Shasta Route.
or THE
Southern Pacific Co.
California Express Train Uun dau between
1'ortland and San t-rancisco.
South
I
North
8:50 p. m.
1 1:00 p.m.
IT
lv
ar.
Port .ana
Salem
San Fran.
ai.
lv.
v.
i 0:45 a. m.
Above trains slop at Eat Portland. Oregon
City, Wo ilburu. Salem, Turner. Manon.
ferson. Albany. Albany lunction. Irvine.
Eugene. Creswvll, Drain, and all stations
from Roeburg to Ashland, inclusive.
ROSEDUKC MAIL DAILY.
South
I North
S:30 a.m.
lv. Portland ar.
lv. Salem lv.
ar. Roseb'g lv.
4:40 p.m.
2:20 p.m.
8:30 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
5:20 p.m.
SALEM PASSENGER.
Soutl
North
4:00 p.m.
0:15 p.m.
lv. Portland ar.
ar. Salem lv.
10:05 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
DINING CARS OS OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to all
tratrnt.
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Detween Portland and Corvallls, dally (ex
cept Sunday.)
7:30 a m. I Lv.
laiSpm. j Ar.
Portland.
Corvallis.
Ar
(6:2o p. m '
iv M835P
4
m.
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trams of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad.
Express train daily except Sunday.
4M5 P- m
T.tS P. m.
Lv. Cortland Ar. J 8:25 a m,
Ar. McMinville L.T "j 6:50 a. m
THROUGH TICKETS
10 ah points In the Eastern Stales, Canada
ami curopc can ue ooiained at lowest ralel
(rum. n ,W:iV' SINNER. Agent, Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, At. G. f. & V. A..
R.KOEIILER, Manager.
MWm
Tlliui
DuioMPATniira.
TqrlntomitUm tnA tZZuZZSiZVb.. J
OMiir, 7 M BMwTi7Kw YoS.
5,. UrS"?1 utn out by u U broazht beJo
th pobUo by a noUc cItcb fre otcSSw to 3S
th
u
BIr p b a noa-BoUaaava
ivM.i.","'rn,,,0''r6.
muutun. "iuS "S?5."r.-,,S2!
nliiin. iC.-TTLJ'r?.r" ""M.
ruttiaiCKorcsiCa bro Noo-utrtoRnu
caauurto Sold Uy UraniUL
or eat in nl.in w..u.
A ScIcntMo American
A Agency for
11 mMfS
mK Jjss
lrst elrraUtlna of anr arintlfla mm. i-
j, , ; --.-."- .ViVSifcS-Sr
I VlllMittJlV
1 11
isim
Capital Transfer Co
HARRY TOWN PDnr, '
Express, baggage nnd all kind ef n,t,
done promptly, leave onlcr. 8 iw',k.
tore.
ilon't
-3-tf
(IFPOr FYPRCvo'
Meets all mall nnd passenger train ti
Ea?ean.l expre to all pam orihecl,?'
Prompt service, Telephone N... 70
JAMR U,DF.R.
s In all lnvns and localities throughout 11,.
Unltcd States and lerr.toiie, to ll t1,e l.ou'n,
aln Wnhcr nnd Steam Cooker, th,. i . ' '
: tiKC. It saves iison price in tli- v,ntci
clothes in lcs than tx month. Sent C 0
D. by exprt-ss. prepaid, for $3.. i ,ln. jf.'
j In copper. For parliculnts, address :
II llltOWM
156 Statu street.
Salem, Oregon.
1 1
IVmiiiercial Street, Corner Stile
Th Capital t Priming Company hn it
moved to that lucalion. Call on us.
W. A. CUSICK
President.
SI. H. Albert.
iCashitr
B.iti
B
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OK SALEM.
Transact a general banking business.
MONEYIO LOM
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. Loans
consideicd without delay
HAMILTON &M0IR
Hush Rank bulldina.
MONEY TO LOANI
On city or farm property.
Over.Dash's Rank.
T. K. FORD
MONEY JO LOAN,
I have $5000 to loan In one sum ot :
fractional part uot less lhan $300 To loan is
Salem during the next 30 days. Address
with particulars,
J. II. HAWLEV,
266 Stark street, : Portland, Or
Miss Ballon's Sell
OPENKU IN
CIIANNING HALL,
Will receive children from 3 years upirl
Special attention to beginners. All deurd
branches for theolder pupil tanght, incit
ing drawing, modeling, music plain asd it
tistic t.eedle work All work dune on ibea
dividual plan in which each child is ii
vanced according to Its own capacity Fct
terms and particulars apply to Mu O. IUt
lou. Twentieth and Chemeketa its.
German Lessons
Given by a qualified teacher, a nstue
of Uermitny. Classes foi children on
Sat inlay at Channing Hall.
; .Mrs. Kapsey. 454 .Minoo
BANJO LESSONS,
Given on reasonable terms vy an experiencd
teacher. W. A RAIEV.
44 Mrn c
H. LANE,
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ait Commercial st . StlemOr
nrSuils $15 upwards. Pants upwaodilT
Cliicaffo, Milwaukee.
& Si. Paul Il'y,
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Of the Chicago. Milwaukee ui &. PJ j
Railway and note Its connects
and remember when ging cut lb' ' . I
are lighted with electricity f
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with free reclining chairs. ". " W
car Keith' as an electric " X .u.
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re iboner. ssflK other offers "
urious accommodations. nJL . Vtr
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