Newspaper Page Text
YENitfGr (DiJPIAli if OtTftNAI,, WESfcA tD$cmKB& id"; lWi
1000 Worth o
To be Sold at
I BEFORE THE
Our lease of store room expires Jnne 1st, and we want to
close our entire stock by that time. Remember our stock is
all new and desirable. Dress Goods, Laces, Lace Curtains,
Embroideries, Hosiery, Kid Gloves, Silk Gloves, Umbrellas,
'Mnolln onrl Wnnl TTnrlprwi.r. Tnns Cnrsfits. Tnhlp. Ijinfin.
I NanV ina. Towels. Ladies' Misses' and Childrens' Shoes. &c.
r ' '
P. 8. Jackets Regardless of Cost.
December Uth, 1803.
A FEW DAY6 MORE
Delight jour friend with a pretty
picture and frame.
KELLER & SON 8
are the people for Btyle, good work
manship and reasonable prices.
Dec 22. The Inventors-. Benefit
for the McGee Babies by Amateur Ar
tiitfl. Dee. 22, 23. Prof. Cbapni&u lecture
oo Euirlisb literature, Y. M. C. A.ball
Jan. 1. Y. M. O. A. reception.
Jan. 20. By Perkius comedy.
Weather Fobkcabt. Wednesday
rain, slight temperature changes.
The Countv Rei'obts. Further
investigation shows that in discharging
the Multnomah county officials for de
lays In making their reports to tin
county clerk and that officer for not
publishing, when a new act governing
the duties of clerk bad been passed, tut
court was right. Judge Munley's de
cision rented upon the plain proposition
of laws laid down in Gaunt vs. Slate
that the penally for violation of a lau
must be contained in the law itself,
and that the penalty attached to out
statute cannot by implication be up
piled to another statute. Such decision
was delivered by Chief Justice Wuldo
and left Judge Muuley no choice in de
ciding after the point was raised.
A Correction. The Journal wan
mistaken iu Baylug that J. L. Cowan
bad a position In the Portlaud custom
house under Collector Black. He bah
no official connection with the custom
bouse, though bis son ha?. We make
this correction in justice'to Mr. Black,
who has so far conducted that import
ant federal office in what appears to be
a creditable manner.
Died. Mrs. Alice L-jwis, wife of
Henry Lewis, of King's Valley, died at
the asylum Saturday, of acute mauia,
aftec spending only ten days there.
The body has been embalmed by the
skillful hand of W. T. Rigdon, of the
firm of Olluger & lllgdon, and will be
hipped to Toledo for burial. Deceased
was 28 years of age.
The Q11EATE8T. If you are inter
ested to see the finest display of fanoj
groceries for the holiday trade you
can't afford to miss H. M. Branson &
Co. They certainly have what all oth
ers have and who none others have.
They have the choicest of everything
in their line.
Fruit to Market. J. M. Sbepard,
of Zana is about to start for Chicago
With a car load of dried prunes the pro
duct of W. B. Duncan, Ira Burloy, D.
G. Henry, and his place. Ho will dis
pose of this lot aud look up the mar
kets in the Interest of many other
Exquisite Boxes. Silas Jones, the
confection artist, has Imported a beau
tiful lot of fanoy boxes, which he flllu
to order personally, with tho cholosl
Frenoh candles that can be produced.
They are made up fresh every day.
Thky Citovru. During this holiday
crush the greatest convenience ou earth
is to have an Intelligent boy to do your
bidding. Call on a Lockwood messen
ger and bo free from care.
Red mountains of Alaska by
Knockabout Club In tho Woods.
My Days and Nights on tho Battle
FwJds, by Chas. Carletou Coffin.
Three Vaasar Girls In South America
Chatterbox tor 1803.
Little Ones' Annua'.
Tfc N. urwy.
BmwhIm' Now Book
Cost or Less
1ST OF JUNE.
Everything must go by June 1st.
D. Q. & S. Co.,
Capt. J. T. Apperson, of Oregon City,
is registered at The Willamette.
J. E. Day, editor of the Woodburn
Independent, was in the city today.
C. J. Trenchard, county clerkof Clat
sop county, 1b in the city.
Mrs. Ira Allen, of Portland, is up on
a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Bowersox, for a few days.
Hon. L. L. McArthur, of Portland,
ind Jay Sedgwick, of Tacoma, were
before the state board of equalization
The principal topic for discussion be
fore the Salem ministers meeting yes
terday was a paper on "'Higher Criti
cism" by Rev. M. L. Rugg of the
Secretary Worsley, of Astoria, of the
association of fire chiefs, was in the
city yesterday in consultation with
Chief Low relative to u meeting of fire
chiefs, insurance agents, electricians,
ntc.f proposed to be held in San Fran
cisco during the winter.
Dr. J. M. Kitchen of Stay ton was in
the city today, having just returned
from a visit iu the East, where he took
a pot graduate course in New York.
He also called upon his father at Sails
liurg, Mo., who is 77 years of age and
In good health,- enjoying the visit very
much. The DiMJ'or is prospering well
at Staytnn, and was acompiniod by
Dr. R. C. Hunter, an old time Glasgow
proctitianer, who is also in practice at
8. Uondit. of Aumsvllln, was in tho
citv today Tickets to the McGee
family boueflt for sale at this office.
Make it a merry Christmas for the
widow and tho McGto babies, and buy
a ticket to a deserving company, of
alem artists. Hotel Willamette is
training a constantly increasing volume
f trade and with Hotel Portlaud,
heads the list of first-class hotels of the
Northwest City council meets to
night Miss Stella Cannon is home
from Portlaud. Five new men were
added to Company H last evening,
making two mustered In this month.
The boys wore uotilled to be ready for
Inspection ou the 28th MissFlorella
Phillips, of the Capital National bank
force, has returned fr m a visit of suv
eral mouths iu the Gist. Born, Sa
lem, Monday, Dee. 18, 1892, to Mr. and
Mrs. Chris. Paul us, a son The Y.
P. 8. C. E of the Congregational
church, gave a successful entertainment
last night. A degree of honor will
bo organized at Albany Wednesday
evening The Journal not only
suppresses no news, but gives its read
ers all the news that any or all the
other papers pript, usually before they
print it, but a great deal of important
news appearing In np other paper.. -Dr.
W. T. Houaer's residence lu Morning-
side caught fire between 0 and 10 o'clock
Monday morning from a defective
chimney. It was discovered in time so
that only a small place In the roof was
burned. - An advertiser, who tried
several newspapers that talk much
about their alleged circulation comes to
The Jouunai, again and says lie cm
get no results of any value outside of
theso columns. ...Huv. Freolatid of the
Congregational church, takes his meals
at Tho Willamette Dentist Frauk
Skill spent Sunday at Albany.
JC. Johnson went to Stayion this
morning on busluess Miss Oreen,
of Portlaud, is the guest of Miss Myrtle
Hepburn. ...One tramp was reported
picked up on the streets by the police
last night "Not many diamonds
l'eopie aro buying ntves
sarles, nickel and dime goods," says a I
Joweler. First regular meeting of
ine oaiem ivreiy lenguu at ineir new
rooms hi the Gray block ou Saturday
night Tho Neal will contest has
tatceu all day before the probate court.
....Mrs. A. V, Peters, of Eugene, who
been the guest of Mrs. 11. II
Thompson, returned homo today, ...' In
Miss Mae Dorrls, of Eugene, Is the fr
guet of hor idster, Mr. II. Thompou, '
....Mrs. Loudsd'ilo.wlth her daughters J
Rita and Qusalo leaviM thU evening to
. nr. ...... i., a,... i.'l i
HID ,, 1.IH.I it, I.H1VH.VI , ,
.W, J Plymale, of Jackson yllle.waa , BUt
the city today. ' Albany, Oregon. 12-15tf
SOLDIERS BOMB BIDDERS.
Sealed Proposals Opened at Rose
burg this Afternoon.
Roseburq, Dec. 19. -(Special to the
Journal.) Bids for the conduction
.of the proposed Soldiers' Home were
opened this afternoon as follews: Plum
mer fc Ault, Salem, (0,063;
George W. Martin, Portland,
$9,271; B. F.Thayer, Albany, $10,995;
W. R 8tokes & Co., Portland, $7,483;
A. J. Hazel), Salem, $8,100, Harold &
Olinger, Salem, $7,777; L. McCroskey,
Portland, $S,749; Welch Bros, Salem,
$8,115; A. F. Peterson, Corvallls $6945;
Wiokstrom & -Cheuy, Salem, $7,777;
C. Van Patten, Salem, $14,105;
Gray aud Stevens, 8alem $7,735; W. S.
Trainer, 'Albany, $11,650; W. D. Gar
rett and Co., Portland, $11,200; D. C.
Clements, Roseburg, $9,216; Her
man Schairer, $9,750; L. C.
Shores, Portland, $9325; Perkins
and Fields, Roaeburg, $7,495; L. M.
Roney, Eugene, $8,765; J. B.
Coujiil, Albany, $8,500; Hutchins and
Soutbwick, Salem, $7,777. The con
tract is not awarded as yet.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Isaac N. Stricklerto Ella Wee; Uni
versity edil. to Salem, $3,000
C. W. Roberts to Mary A. Sanderson
lot; Phelps' add. to Siiverton, $1,000,
George W. Heath to Daniel Reins;
159 acres, $1,075.
8. Farrow and wife to Enoch
Skervine; ( W. D.) 365 acres in 1 6 s, r 1
Geo. H. Weslerfield to C. E. Mofflt,
lot Highland add. Salem, $100.
Sheriff to H. C. Porter 4 acres, $16.
Rank Edgar to Willis Keithly 2
acres, $287 60.
A. Briggs to John F. Mack 37.53
Geo. W. Hunt to Chaa. L. Brown lot
J. E. Rosa to Ludwig Owre 25 acres,
A. G. Bradley to H. A. Hall two lot
S. R. Croker to M. A. Hallinan; lott
in Turner. $340.
W. G. Merrifleld to Anna VanBeb
G. W. Poyser to Jl. H. . Auchard; I
acre in Jeannette Pugh D. L. C. $200.
Abraham Hager to Christain Frickej
part of blk 6 in Railroad add to Salem.
Strained honey, clear as crystal, the
finest in the woild at Van Eaton's.
Try it aud be satisfied.
There will be a Christmas tree at
Sunnyside Saturday evening. All a'e
If you cannot find what you want to
buy for Christmas presents, go to the
Spa, and see their line, it is entirely dif
fereut from any other. W. T. Stolz, &
The discount sale continues at the
ladies' bazaar, aud hundreds are reap
In;, the benefit of the lowest prices ever
known In Oregon.
Democrats say Grover's message is a
great document while Republicans say
it is a confession of weakuess, but all
are united on one proposition, and that
is that Clark &, Eppley, the Court street
grocers say what they mean and mean
what they say. Besides they sell goods
as low as the lowest.
Midnight Mass. The choir of
St. Joseph's church have prepared
some trplendid mu9ic for the midnight
mass services at 11:30 p.m. Sunday,
December 24th, conducted by Rev. J.
S White, in honor of the birth of
Christianity. The services will be very
impresalveand there is always an unus
ual attendance on this occasion.
Two Pardons. The Governor today
granted the following pardons, Cheater
Cole, committed from Wasco a month
ago, for larceny of gelding, one year.
D W. Thurston, from Douglas July,
lbui, for 6 years.
Church Notice. -Elder A.'C. Mo
Keever, of Portland will preach at th
Christian Church, corner of High A
Ceuter streets, Wednesday aim Thurs
day nights. The Elder Is a very able
speaker aud no one should fall to hear
ANn Saloon Petition. Petition
of all the churches are numerously
signed asking thecity council toenfnro
all ordinances to restrict and regulate
saloons aud asking that the license of
tho Elkhead saloon he revoked. The
petitions will ba presented at tho meet.
Ing of tho council tonight.
Last Concert. The last of the
course of very excellent entertainments
nrrangod, In the course given at tho M.
E. church, will take place tomorrow,
(Wednesday) evening. It will be a
rloh musical and literary program, and
all who have heard the other four of
the course, will not want to miss this.
Rev, Gran nls has scored a great sucoefs
plaunltig popular entertalnmen'a
the people of his church, aud the
general publlo m well.
Hay for Sale.
whi inns or cnoioo nay ror sate. moot.
Mr,,rvll. Willie .nl,l . .,!. In
1 ', .. l v r".M III NI(Urn III
the ,,r0Uaser by R. M. Robertson.
STATE TAX EQUALIZERS.
The counties of the first nnd fifth
districts were heard from today before
the board. Judge Crandall nnd Asses
sor Delchtuann of Wnshlngtnu county,
appeared before the loard and entered
a protest against a raise of any kind on
values of their county.
County Clerk Trenchard and Asses
sor Worsley, of Clatsop county, showed
why Clatsop should not be raised above
the low estimate placed on their prop
erty this year. Salem was their ouly
resource, aud the couuty had not over
two thousand acres of timber, avail
able for lumbering purposes. Ouly a
mile and a half of water froDtage paid
the whole tax. They had no farming
lands, except a little tile land, for rais
ing hay. There was only one road in
the county open for four months in a
year for a team and a light wagon.
The board will probably not take
action on auy property until next
week, after all counties have been
Lost. A lady's shoe, on
Summer street. Lpave at
Bro.'s. store and be rewarded.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
The drug and medicine firm hereto
fore doing business under the style of
Smith & Steiner, have this lay dis
solved partnership by mutual consent,
Dr. J. C. Smith retiring. The business
will be continued by Lee Steiner, at
tbeold red corner stand, where all
bills aud accounts are to be settled,
Salem, Dec. 1st, 1893.
J. C. Smith, M. D.
For Christmas Week.
Have Quest line of single decorated
pieces ami Bets of porcelain, blscjue fi.
ures, and imported Chiua wure ever
shown iu the city. Am closing out a
large assortment of dolls. Have a full
liueof candies, nuts and fruits. Will
meet auy cut of any cash store iu Sa
lem on staple groceries. John G.
Wright, Pioneer Grocery.
A Good Suggestion.
Useful articles for holiday presents at
G. W. Johnson & Sous, the People's
8an Francisco, Dec. 19. Wheat,
caBh $1.07i May 1.20J.
Chicago, Dec. 19. Cash, 61; May
Portland, Dec. 19. Wheat valley
$.92J; Walla Walla $.82i.
A Jefferson Assignment.
The assignment of B. F. Conner, the
Jefferson hardware merchant, has been
tiled with the couuty clerk. James
Cardwell is the assignee. Tho property
assigned is valued at $1000 .d the lia
bilities foot up $1770 87. The assign
filed a bond of $2000 with Caleb W.
Caldwell aud A. H. Cornelius as sure
ties. Catarrh Cannot be Cured
with Local Applicitious, as they can
not reach the seat of the disease. Cut
irrh is a blood or constitutional disease,
ind In order to cure It you must take
Internal remidies. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, aud acts directly on
the blood and uiocous surfaces. HullV
Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine.
it was prescrioea ny oue or ttie bet
pbjBlcans iu this country foryeers, aud
id a regular prescription, it is compos
ed of the best tonics known, combined
with the best blood purifiers, actiug di
rectly ou the mocous surfaces. Tin
perfect combination of the two mgredl
ents Is what produces such wonderful
results iu curing Catarrh. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props,
Toledo, O. Sold by druggists. Price 75c.
8teamer Elwood was called off her
regular run yesterday aud in place of
eavlug hero this morning for Portlaud
went dowu to Limberls Lauding lust
'light after a load of wheat. After un
oadlng the wheat at Oregon City Mill
she will go on to Portland, and return
here tomorrow ou her regular run.
The Modoo came up last night with
very light load. After dlscharglug
freight for Salem proceeded ou her run
to CorvallU -and will he down Oil
afieruoou, aud goea to Portlaud tinnr
row. The O. P. hive tied up the Three Sis-
ters aud are now ruuuiug the Hoag in
The Altoua will be up tonight from
Portland, and geu to Independence
and returns to Poriluid tomorrow.
It Is very quiet ou the river front
very little freight bolug handled.
The cool weather f the pist faw
lays Is causing tho river to full slowl.
It now stands 7 8-10 feet, above low
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Fowder. N J Ammonia, No Alma.
Uied in Millions of Homes io Years the Standard
Had a Title.
In the great will contest case now
pending iu the Marion county probate
court, a woman proved more than a
match for the opposing lawyer.
"Who holds the title to this proper
tj?" "I do," said the woman.
"In what has your husband any
"He hasu't any title in anything."
"Don't he owu you?" asked the law
yer. "No, he's ouly got a chattel mort
eage on me." There was great laugh
ter iu tne court room and neither the
lawyer nor the husband had a word to
Salem, Dec. 19, '93.
Julia Craft, app., vs. Northern Pa
cific Railroad Co. reap.; appeal from
Multnomah county; argued and sub
mitted. E. B. Watson atty. for app.,
Joseph Simon atty. for reap.
PLAYING A SHARP GAME.
Carter Harrison's Slayer Feigning
CHiOAao,HIs Dec. 17. In the Pren
dergast trial another of the state's wit
nesses went on the stand as an expert
and testified for the defense. He be
lieved Prendergast insane, but the pris
oner knew the difference between
right and wrong at the time of the
murder. Prendergast was turbulent
during the examination, declaring his
lawyers were trying to prejudice the
case aeainst him.
Powder Mills Explode.
Wilmington, Del., Dec. 19. One of
the powder mills of the Dupont Powder
works exploded this morning. E 1
ward Gallagher Is killed. There Is no
truth in the report of great losoflife
sent out by unreliable news ageucies.
The Chinese Cases.
Portland, Dec. 19. ITh the Chinese
conspiracy trial today William Dunbar,
one of the defendants continued his
teaMmony. No neW features were
The Faith Cure Victim.
Portland, Dec. 19 The coroner's
jury today decided that the death of
Mrs. Alice J. Wells, one of Mrs. G H.
Williams's followers, was brought
about by her thirty-six days' fast.
The J. M. Arthur maehinery com
pany of Portland, with $20,000 capital,
was today incorporated.
Headquarters for all daily papers, at
J. L. Bennett's post office block news
A Columbian Stump Craic.
A gentleman asked for some postage
stamps in a Woodward avenue drug
store yesterday, and when the proprietor
handed out a bunch of the oblong Co
lumbians the customer said he could not
use them; he wanted some of the old
style letter carriers. The druggist aoked
why the great Christopher Columbus
would not do. The gentleman said he
wished to send a letter to France, and
ho had been advised by his correspond
ent to use the old style stamps, as every
one had gone philately mad over there,
and the Columbian stamps were such a
temptation that the chances were the
letter would never be delivered.
If the missive were intact when it
left the general postofflce, it was louia
d'ors to sous it would disappear before
it reached the addressee, aa to secure the
stamp the collection fancier, be he letter
carrier, concierge or servant, would not
hesitate to destroy the letter. Every ef
fort was being made by the authorities
to protect the mails, hut tho amateur
philatelists needed the pictures in their
collections, and madame, mademoiselle
or monsieur could go epistle hungry for
all thoy cared. Detroit Free Press.
i Odd Equine Habit.
Some of the oddest equine habits which
horsemen ever imagined are to be found
in lands abutting on the home of the
Arabiau, but whre ho himself is not to
be fouud, though, indeed, the Arab him
self has enough of oddities. The Kurds
rido a tree covered with plaited straw,
quite flat and padded with blankets.
This they never remove from their horses,
except occasionally to dry it out. The
horse is kept saddled day and night, sum
mer and winter. This seems incredible,
but it is literally true. In Toorkistan the
horse, under his saddle, is covered with
tho Biblical number of blankets, seven,
which ho likowiso wears at all times, and
which are supposed to b eat him out and
keep him in condition. New Orleans
Richie Ling has begun suit to recover
for an alleged breach of contract by Ru
Lillian Russell may revive "Martha"
later in the season at a matinee at tho
xsew xork Uaaino.
Charles R. Sweet is to write a new
comedy in which the Nosa family will
nnour next season
OVERCOATS, OVERCOATS, OYERCOATS
The Largest assortment
IN THE NEXT 30 DAYS!
AND COST TAKES 'EM.
C. D, Gabrielson,
Resident Acent -
LONDON and LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Have 15 years experience ; lor over eleht yer angUtant secretary ot 8tate Inmrance Com.
pany 01 Oregon. Temi orary office Htelner's fled Coiner Druj: Btore. rROlOT. RKLlABi r
ANH LIBEft L Which Is shown by the ffu-t t at this company has done the lirelii bn.u
nesa of any Foreign Insurance company on tho Pacific toast In 1883.
The New York Racket has had a full
house for a week past, both of goods,
and customers. Tbey can't help seeing
the low prices of their holiday goods, 50
per cent, saved on almost everything. I
worn ooxes, toilet sets, suavlng sets
games, picture books, silk handker
chiefs aud mufflers of all kinds and
sizes, dolls, toys and almost any kind
of useful articles, that might with pro
priety be presented to almost any one.
Call and see for yourself. Prices away
Ask Your Friends
Who have taken Hood's 8arsaparilla
what they think of it, and the replies
win dh postive in its favor. Klmnlv
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells
tne story ot Us merit. One has been
cured of indigestion or dlspepsla,
another finds it indispensable for sick
headache or mllousness, while others
report remarkable cures of scrofula,
catarrh, rheumatlsm'saltrheum etc.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable.
The Spa asks reasonable prices for
candy for Christmas. W. T. Stolz &
Special bargains for this week In
towels, table cloths, handkerchiefs,
hosiery, and in f.ct everything at THE
FAIR, 108 Court street.
Grape Vines for Sale.
I have propogated several thousand
good strong two-year old grape vines
for setting out, assorted varitles, suit'
utile for culture in Oregon. 26 cts each.
$2 00 per drzen. E. Hofer, Salem. Or.,
Journal office. d w
A Weak Digestion
strange as it may seem, is caused
from a lack of that which is
never exactly dfcrested fat. The
greatest fact in connection with
appears at this point it is partly
digested fat and the most
weakened digestion is quickly
birengtnenea Dy it.
The otily -possible help
in Consumption is ihe
arrest of waste and re
newal of new, healthy
tissue. Scott's Emulsion
has done wonders in Con
sti:nptionjust this way.
Prepared I'jBcntt o. .-ao.U.Y. AlldrnwrliU. -
.Jf1i7?5'BolVt,!'.dock Mondays, Wednesdays
?.J,rU,ays 7,fu u- m- arriving in Portland at
i wo p. m.
r,ETJJRN'1Nf, ,eaves Portland Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Haturdaynt 6 a. m. '
rani i me ror passenger service;
.-. ..... .tvM UlUi3Ui
HOUND TniPriint1mtoi om
I1.2J. ' ' ''w
MEALS 25 CENTS
,.Ko7,fre!gDtra,enna 't'k' U apply to Mlti
"ll.WrlttlitdrCo,. Holman b'oo it 8-j
S. 0. V. MARKET,
365 Summer Street.
LEWId & PRArHER-ProDa.
The beht meats of all kinds sold at
ttio lowen prices. Reliable goods and
Great - Christmas - Sale
or holiday goods.
Hot??3CHIEFS' MUFFLERS, NECKWEAR,
b??PPS' FURS LINENS, UMBRELLAS,
SIJPPPRS, JEWELRY. GLOVES, MITTENS
II ATS AND CAPS, NOTIONS of all kinds.
-Bargains in Every Department,-
Come where you can buy the best good for the kat money,
WILLIS BROTHERS & CO.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER, - gAUCM, OREGOK.
Look at our window dUpkya and tken nw ImUU,
ever brought to Salem.
TOOR RENT. Two room, njrnlhed Ifrtf.
JD sired. B h Miller. 4 Winter M. ilk t
WAN 1 ED. HHuatlon bv
German girl aged
II 10 years, knows some English.
rxperlenca at housework.
lOK HALE. An unabridged encyclopedia
Isrltannlca. worth S-U.nt ereat iwin tirm
t. . . il.. i.... .-r r.rr.r
aj. n rnh ijvuuin llguv BUIUOI
UST PAY UP.-Persons owing Harrltt
t.U(, orcoxls will beadded.
aic.iui.yrH muii iia up Dtiore uec, asm,
13 IS Si
PAPEKM-Portland, oacramenuj, 8.attle,
Tacoinannd Han Francisco papers on sals
Ht Bennett's, Postofflce block
MEAT MARK KT. Opposite brick stnre. 8.
Salem. Delivered cheap. 12-14-lm
WANTED -Party without children to rent
afurnlihed houseandboardownt-r hn.
qu re nt Journal office 12 18 31
(UlUdTlAN SCIENCE Literature
J kinds on sale at 828 Liberty street.
31HIB PAPER is kepton file at E. C. Dake'i
. Advertising Agency, 61 and 65 Merchants
xchange, San Francis' o, California, where
contract for advertising can he made for li.
EVRM FOR BALE. A desirable farm or 160
acres for sale on long time Town nroprrty
will be taken In part payment. ApplT to Leo
WUUs, In Opera House Block. 12-2 Im
YOU WILL BE LOADED.
Visitors whether intending nurchasitie!
or not, are aiways welcome. We are glad
..ri wj UlNE, WUU 1UCUID.JUU1UKU
Judgment decide whether or not you want
iu uujr. no never insist or cojoie, Wr
Mil strictly on the merits of the goods If
you viiii our store, vnn wm nithnnt
. .. " " ' ..- . w
"WILL BE LOADED,
1owu wltn Christmas goods, a our pricet
ire cne D. A-t vour friends Ir nnH la tint
Christmas Reed, Btatlonery, Eto.
A jents for ''Old Nick." G8 Bute street
iVfADAM McA LPIN,
of Denver, has opened Dress-making
Parlors In fheEldrldge block, in the
rooms formerly occupied by Mrs. Baker
A Perfect Fit or No Pay!
FILOEBEL SCH00LS-4tli Teiir.
Infant, Connecting and Primary classes
every week day from 9 a, m. to
J2 m. except Saturday.
SUSS 0. BALLOU, - - Principal
for teacbeiB dally practice work from
9 a.m. to 12 m. in Kindergarten.
On Mondav, Wednesday and Friday
from 2 to 4 p. ni. Clashes meet for
study of Froebel syBtein. Mrs. P. 8.
Meets Friday from 2 to 4 p. m. with
training cluss, conducted by Mrs.
Kulghtand Miss Dallnu. For terms or
information a pply at Kindergarten
rooms, corner Court and Liberty streets.