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HATUKDAl NKJIIT OUHEKVATIONS.
TJmro much sold about tho proiwued
mow city hull bulldliitf. Membera of
the city council all uecm ta bo In favor
of going right olieucl with It. The
year will not bo far advanced bcforo n
contract In let for a building on High
and Uhomeketa HtrceU to accommodate
the clly ofllce, and Jail, and lire de
partment, all III ono, Tho location In
the heart of tho older ruflldenco portion
of tho city !H'CcflltuUM nn oruatu style
of architecture and a more expensive
building than If It were located In the
bueineM parts of the city. The lattei
location would admit of a plalnorand
more business like style of structure
The architects are all at work on plant
for the now city hull. It will bo quid
a feather In the cap of tho man wb
hits upon a style of building that will
meet tho different demands that comi
In play hi this matter. lie must not
only suit the Ideas of tho city father,
and fire department, but ho must hit
tho bull's eyo llnanclully, ua well at
public taste. Thctte throe points arch
itects no doubt Instinctively consider.
There Is another element that uinj
raise the deuce. It Is the fact that arch
itects oro apt to bo iUlto progressive
people. They are a profession und pro
fessions know no barriers of state lines.
Their art tends to tho universal. All
tho plans will tend toward producing u
modern building, something our city
has not now within Us limits. It may
bo modern In pilco, good business men
talk ofatfO.OOO city hull building. The
conservative throws up his hands In
horror. Aldermen talk of a (30,000 or
135,000 city building. Thoy haven I5,.
000 building fund and can Issue 1!0,
000 bonds. If Snlom can build an hon
est city hall tho money will be well In
Thero Is much hesitation among olll
clsls about taking hold of tho assess.
mentjob. Tho result under tho now
law Is what they seem to be afruld of.
It Is likely to prove a surprise. No de
ductions for assessmouts ought to swell
tho total valuation nearly a third, If
credits oro tested us tho law plainly re
quires, tho total will be still larger.
Tho writer who would not sell his
homo for less than $-"000 wonders what
thoascsor will list It at? At what
llgure will his rich neighbor, who has
Juit bought a business block for 10,000
cash get his property entered on the
assessment roll? Bluill Oregon asses
sors turn over n new leaf und lumeim
proMMty at Its true eush market value
or continue tho old fureoof estimating It
nt ouo-lhlrd or one-fourth Its value?
At u half fair valuation Balem would
rise to $2,600,000 vuluatlou, to say
nothing of personal property, capital
lu ban lis. If tho truth were known
tho money lu the banks would aggre
gate nearly that sum, A two und u
half-million valuation would yield the
city government (250,000 on a ten mill
levy, enough to pay Its entire debt and
run n year besides.
This, Is n subject much talked of,
but few pooplo knowing utiylug
about It. Those who talk tho hardest
of B&leiu as a gambling city know the
least concerning tho subject, It Is
doubtful If any city on thu coast the
size of Oregon's capital has so little of
It, so few gambling resorts, so few pro
fessional gamblers. A few business
men buck tho tiger, but not to
ail alarming extent, unless It Is
to bo held proiwr cause for alarm
that a buslueos man do uuy gambling
whatever. Oflatou story has been
Floating in me air inui a iitouorn gam
lug parlor U being lit ted up la our
modest and virtuous little city, Tho
walla ami Moon are. to bo dendouod. A
doublo-doored labarluthluo hallway Is
to be excluded with two soUof looks for
Intrusive police. Two sets of exits to
ether parts of the building nru for the
Anal emergency of n polbly raid,
This subject has been dropped from
the repertoire of street and barbershop
Kewlit, It Is not too Into to mil ntton-
ttaH to the fact that tho general charac
ter of the clerks was higher than
FORMATION OK CIIARAOTKK.
Following resolution was adopted by
tho ministerial association of Albany,
Or,, at their meeting, February 20ths
Itesolved, that tho ministers of Al
bany, being somewhat acquainted with
the kindergarten movement, do hereby
express their hearty approval of this
method of teaching and their unani
mous conviction that this training Is
luvaluablo in tho formation of the
Tho ministers at Albany, and every
where for that matter, when they think
It over, must rcalle that a duty rests
upon tho church to aid a work calcula
ted to lesson In a great measure the
need of reformatory work. Tho neces
sity of early seed sowing nnd founda
tion work in building character, must
bo apparent to every thoughtful person.
Owing to IndlUeronco upon this sub
ject of primary education tho best years
of a child's llfo are now too oflon neg
lected. It Is not a part of kindergarten
schooling to tcuch tho oblld at three
years of ago reading, writing, figure
work, or In any way bring out tho In
tellectual powers, except as they grow
normally and develop as the bud opens
Into h (lower. But It Is In thoso early
years that tho Influences are exerted
which go to make tho child an Idle,
miserable or vicious child, or a busy,
happy, lovcuble child. Hence the 1m
portaneo of tho kindergarten, which cm
ploys tho hands, engages the faculties
lu songs and games, and gradually
draws nut the creative powers, God
given to every child, tho Inborn de
sire to mako something, Tho result of
this triple unfoldmont by manual
training, by appealing to the ethical
and emotional elements, by awakening
of tho artistic Instinct, Is character in
Its best und highest sense.
TUB NEW EDU0ATI0W.
From tho Klndorgnrton
TUB MINIMI EXHIBIT.
To better enable n proper classifica
tion of the mineral exhibit and for the
distribution of Information concerning
Oregon's mineral wealths among inter
ested and Inquiring visitors ut the
world's fair, Commissioner Ayres, of
tho mining department of tho Oregon
worl's fulr commission, as ho gutbers
his mineral specimens Is at tho sumo
time securing complete data of Oregon
mines and minerals. Ho Is securiuir
also an accurate and proper description
or each specimen that will bo sent to
the fulr, together will full details of
the mine from which It wus taken, and
complete information us to ledges,
formations, etc. This Information,
never boforo collated, will prove of Im
mouse benefit to the mining Interests
of the stuto.
Come, lot us live fur the ohlldroul
Take this to heart; dress u ell, do well
be well. A man's reach should exceed
his rrap or what Is u heaven for.
To live with our children we must
play with our children.
The high Is always the reason and
explanation of tho low.
Tho schoolmaster has been content to
show us what the eyes can see, but not
what the hands can do.
Is It not time that tho distinctively
religious training of children should bo
as carefully considered and ns wisely
laid down ns their so-called secular
The very Urst principal of good gov
ernment In the house Is letting all the
children even the poungest under
stand that spoken words mean Just
what they mean lu tho dictionary.
There Is no doubting the fact that
the Kindergarten Is the true basis for
all philanthropy. Let us tneud the
little rents In tho social fabric.
No great thought was ever progener
ated for the sole benefit of self; we are
Impelled to do something eliher because
we cannot deny an Impulse which de
mands recognition, or becuuso we
acquiesce In that great universality
of mind which eternally claims Its sup
remacy. A busy, sturdy, healthy hum Is ris
ing up to heaven, as from u hivo of
busy bees In June. Tho industrial
Instinct of humanity Is brimming over,
and tho little men and women of the
world are miniaturing the great trade
and labor about them.
Many a one of these will, when grown
to meet tho realities of this work-u-day
world, putajoyand gladness into his
work because of this happy, hearty
play. "Tho greatest happiness Is un
impeded energy." Let children ham
mer, suw, pound tho anvil, drive the
pegs, and Btitcli away their young en
ergies Into n social fabric which shall
never decay for want of an object which
shall make life woith living.
Dr. Whltakor prouohed lu Portland
Murcli 12, at Centenary und Ut. 1 'a ill's
M. K. churches,
llishop Good e II Is reported us say
lug many things that bear a favorable
Import to our school.
Wo may hnvo Jilshop doodsoll, tho
resident bishop for tho Pacific coust
with us next commencement.
Miss Myrtle Marsh recited "Thu Lost
Garden of Youth" Monday, quite ef
fectively. Reviews for the third term begin,
Monday. Tho present term closes
April 7th, nnd tho fourth term orhih
T. 1 Holbrook, of Jlutto City, Mon
tana, and Hurry Hluglotou, visited
chapel during thu week.
iir. wniluker wont to Itoseburg to
lecture Thursday night, before tho dis
trict teachers Institute, held In that
Ulmrrlngton, the photographer, has
taken several group pictures of the
students In tho now mortar boards.
Miss Coustauce M, Hawley, who
lias boon n student until now, luu re
moved with hor pareiiU to Monmouth.
Miss Hawley Is a good student und wo
regret losing her.
Another good student, It. W. Culll-
son, has gone to Mossy Hook, Wash
ington for the purpoeo of teaching
rror, j.urueri le, a graduate of
Loudon university, and professor of
literature in the Ilrussolls university,
who has recently moved to Balem,
visited school, 'lhurday,
A, W, l'rwoott read a speculative w
say on tho "Advance of Beleiuv," Wed
ue(iay, joint W, Keynold recited
with much feelltiR a selection
Ei. Jeuiinal: You are doing your
country a valunblo service, in bo
promptly reporting tho finding of
those sportsmen, who were lost last
Friday night. Now If thero uro no
more counties to hear from, perhaps
you will allow us u few words. It is
very provoking nfter working hard all
day, for a womun to bo obliged to go
out ut night and bring hor husband
home. Hut when you stop to think
how very scarce a good man is, und
how hard to get ufter one has been
found, I think you will sympathize
with us ust n little bit. Just put your
solf 111 our place for one minute, und
think what u terrible strain on one's
nervoi it mu-t bu to think that one's
husband may have been sandbagged
and lying cold In death lu some alley
way, and wo not knowing whether
wo can over llnd another. Our hus
bands uro nil wo have to depend upon
In th h world of sin und sorrow and
Hod and Gun clubs, and wo think we
should bo allowed the prlvllego of look
ing nfter them n little. -Now If thero
nro still any sisters "weeping sud and
lonely" for u sportsman not returned,
will thoy please write to 'in that we
may mingle our tears together nnd ult-o
form u Illrclio Hod club. l-U-:i.
years ago, Thero were no disgusting
oandala this winter, ns two years ago,
whew several of the legislative employe
figured lu the uewspapcni. The frail
Udy from Omm was not with us, so to
fMwk, ami If she had leu,guod grand
pa Upton would hsve kept her out ef:
keubleatttll events. Keeplug tlowu
llHNreompiiatloii to from (3.00 to
$M a day and joying only from date
factual service had much to do with
tutplng thu eyprlaus at their nmrv
iMratlve plaevtf of rmploywent, Mr.
CtMil of Markni deserve not a little
twlit for keeping dawn the cow pen-
tfeti and fcering oft the horde of Morld
fetur of the street that basted In
tfet mnIWs of the MxtttUtt general as-
ie.,1,,1,.1. ......i. .... i. ..i ..
""",VI "itvvji uii layitiK ine UUllUer
two Hill monument, Friday.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFEttS.
Charles Qoll to Thomas S. Blbroy;
acre t 0 s 1 w, (500.
Fruuk Leader nnd wife to John N.
Helms; part ilUtOirSw; q o d (30.
W. A, Curry und wife to George V.
Wuterbury;,truct In Marlon county,
John Oo and wife to Mrs. 13. J. Bar
ron and Mrs. B. T. Itlchards: 7 acres t
6 s r 1 w, (1W0.
It. W. Williams and wife to John N.
UelniB: part s 3 ami 2U 1 0 s r 2 w: n c
Clirw. It, WllllaiiH and wlfo to same:
saine; q o d, (30.
John Bmlth and wife to same: same.
Mary Molntosd, of Columbia county,
to J. W. Stearns; 473 t 7 s rlu (5,000.
George Williams and wife to
Jolm N. Helms; part s 23 and 13 1 0 s r
2 w, (SO.
8. H, Martin ami wife to D. 8. Yoder
lot bl H, Capital Park, (1000.
H. G. Tuokor and wife to Amlo Price
frum 'ot. l,l IS, Capital Park, (510,
Intelligent Headers win notice that
tJ?at ",n"Vtl ur all elm,,
t rtiu. Ol.oVa,A i&HuiM r,uU
Vertigo, Headache, Dyspepsia,
'., w"oness, bilious
Cillc, Flatulence, etc.
HoluVeor. aeeretarv: A. w. i .. OUJ EYEUmiVlIJClUL.
treasurer. The society Is lu sood work. HAVF ttZSZtBS '
a . ." -.---ww w . . - --T--- 2TT -n-n,sj iwaiU
log oruer aim u au lustltuilnii tii VfUl XXkZNS .?V'lVt.S?ilitx&
eouW Illy be iwrHl. I vl. . " tocio
Wt H l-)ul
On Tuesday evening the uulor mem
bers of tho conservatory gave a musical
recital at the couveivatory rewm to nu
audleiioe or Invited guests, , very
pleasant evening was spent, and many
ot the exerelw were worthy of special
com in udatlou.
The aiuuul election of the Y. M. ('
A,, held Mareh 18th, resulteU In the c'
lection of b 13. llrown, aa preilduut;
Prof. W. O. Hawley, vice president; J,
A, Cottey, Hko. secrvtary; J . Key.
Htatk bv On in, Cf rv opTolkdo, M
iiOOAfl CouNir , .,
FlUNK i, Ciih.vkv innkei nn oath
that he in the wnlor partner of the
flfinof If, J, ClIKNBV A Co., doing
btisliiPfs lu the City of Toledo, County
nnd state nforcmld, and (list said flrtii
will pay I he sum of ONK HVitDMiD
DOLLAltH foreacli and every cao of
Catahiiii that CHnnot be cured by the
use of Hamh Cataiuiii C'Oiik.
Sworn to leforc me and subscrllcd In
my presence, this Oth day of December,
A. I)., 1860,
f . . 1 A. W. 0M2A8O.V,
j hkaIi Notury Public.
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Intcrnalb
and acts directly on tho blood and
mucous surfnecs of tho system. Bend
for testimonials, free.
V. J. CHKNI3Y fe CO., Toledo, O.
86)rBold by druggists, 76c.
Mrs. Slary Speakman
A Week of Writing
Would Not Toll Tho Story
Scrofula for Seven Years Cured
by Hood's Sar8aparUla.
"A week devoted to writing would not bo
bo sufficient to tell of tho good Hood's
Sarsaparllla has dono mo. Seven years ngo
n running soro appeared on my ankle, which
grow worso until It entirely covered my foot
nnd tho bones camoout of my toes. Then
tbo sores appeared on my other foot, right
arm and hand. Holes were eaten in my
lower limbs, my arm was one groat soro
from tho shoulder down, and the Dunes came
out ol tw o ot my Augers. Words
Cannot Tell My Hufferlnj;.
I could not Sleep nnd had no appctlto. My
husband read of what Hood's Sarsaparllla
had dono for others, and urged mo to try It.
I was confined to tho bed nt tho time, had
given up nit hope. However. I commenced
taking tho medicine, nnd bcforo I had fin
ished tbo bottlo, could sleep, and not oujy
eat, but enjoy my food. Vow tho
Norm arc All Hrnleil ITp
with the exception of ono spot on my limb.
I thank God for haWng directed my bus
band's attention to Hood's Sarsaparllla,
other u be I should havo been lu my grave.
An) one who could bivo seen my condition
when I commenced to take
would marvel that I am now alive." Mns.
Mauy Kl'KAKMA-v, 272S Latona Street,
rhlladclpbla. Take Hood's
Hood's Pills curo liver Ills, cousU
pallun, biliousness, Jaundice, sick headache.
X -df ri
t j y "'BL
L9 fl T'lfc
GlfVS. JrJ Wit 31
i -ib. jm
A MILD PHYSIC
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
moT.mtnt of tha bowel, lub djr, U n Miry
or UHllb. Thna pills xipplr wbil the yitem
Uoke lo uiakelt regular. Cure Ueadtohe. brighten
the Bjree and oleer the Complexion better then
toenieUoe. They l mildly, neither tripe nor
lloken ae other pllle do. To oonTlnoe you or their
uertu we mell umpire tree, or full boi HBo. Sold
irerywhere, Boeuka MedCi. rhUedalpMe, Pi.
BolJ by Baskett & VauSiype.
I THEGEflTLOIAN-FrlOri. '
OurrutrKCTIOS BYXtxaSfra vlthenrr bottle,
lifleut. !K.otkTtIV. rREVtlTS 8TRICTIEK.
Curve OONorjtlllEA eud OtkET la Oil W lvt d.,1..
A qeicK cenit u, LheeoauiuKA w iiitks.
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luuiHiit )..... hmmciv umw n 1 1 la
Smith Premier Typewriter.
old on eajjipaywcuu, Itenled.
W. I. STAUY, Agtnl, Salem.
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ttnn itFUHiauu1 uireiu mm m,. ner iiaikj
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J. H. HAAS,
IISS COMMKCUI SL, . ill, 0f.
(Nut door to KlelnVl
peUllr of SpociMi,, euwt rrtrln Oocka,
-7.j. .M jevrtrT
A. D. PALMER'S
NevJ M?at Market
1 CUtTLK hikk. I
(Ncrtb.rii Psetllc A. R. C.( l')
LATEST TIME CARD,
Two Through Train. Pally.
;0iBpilile.. At 'UII...
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TZ'pml A'lilnnd. n
mHiilliI . ''liletKii-.o
viwrmtnHAti ani iiiwnmmmmih.
IVAHOV II NMIMJ . .Aliorii
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mtfl lrel, h '" Mtl'iiifoli ll
Ationifjd l ll".?,
r, it. ii'AHir
rn hi lllel
?.... In llT."a..l ,l I lAuhd HKiiilt nillfH ot llm
lAt. " "
TlrkPt mild nnd imegnje checked tlirtiuyh
to nil t.i'a in the UnW Mbit" and taniida
CloetxinnrctloiiiiPHcJe In Clilcne with all
Korluil iiiforniatlou npply to yonr nwrMt
ticket Beiil or .'". J '""V,,
tln. i nss. nun iKt .mi,, uijiu".., ...
NOTICK Is berebv kIvpii to tbn taxpiycra of
Mnrlou county, that Hie law rioulrlnK
uieatieriirto visit ei.rh precinct for tne col
'ectlntior couuiy taxes hn liin rcfKaledby
itPtof tli" lat IcKlaliiture, which took fr ct
February 27. IMil.tormcfiuentlv nil taxes arc
rfqulml lo be paid at the slierlfl's office In
the -minly court bonne In Halein, and tbo
thenirwlll not visit tlm precinct a ndver-
Hlierlfl Marlon Co, Or.
UIMIOIHK Allormyl Hw, Hliii,br'
, on yfnrei7lt)minrrlnllfrt
MllbMON KOKII, Alloilioy at liir, falriii,
J orfit'in, ufflce iipniolM In I'umni immk
',CONN,AltornrlUw,rfwm 1, Aliir.
J, IllUUKIl, Attorney at latralem, Ore
Kon. unicoover nusli's bank
Used by notices.
February 18, I8U
tf lf (J ...II I. nnalMnitntnlUwiivlllA a tl rl
W. 1. Alurptiy, of Salem, have for sale about
2,000 acres of r.ood farming and sUick land In
tbo Lucltl'.inum country In Polk county.
Prices raiiL'o from 80 lo t'M ner acre. All eood
properly, i d on the market for the first
Cull on or address
Tami lor Sale or Trade.
On e y terms, four miles eat rf Hubllmlty,
contain nis 1 17 acre? ; will trade for property
In or nenr fu'tm. U. O. DOVE,
3--aw nuoiimity, ur,
On Meter System.
The Halem Light and Power (kimninv nt
cieat expene bnu equipped tbelr Klectrlc
Light plant with the mi nt modern apparatus
and ar now able to oiler tbo public a belter
iimit iiihu Hiiy syHiem hdu ui a late lower
man any city on mo coasi
Arc and Incandescent Lighting.
tiecinc motors Tor an pur
Hesldcncescan be wired forng many lights
a diHlrcrt nnd the consumers pay for only
hucu llgbla im are und. I bin being registered
liir nn Lin. lln tlnif,. nMi
179 Commercial Street.
Leaving Portland, 8:45 A. M.
7:30 P. M,
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago,
40 Hours Ouicker to Omaha and
PULLMAN and TOURIST SLEEPERS
FREE RECLINIMG CHAIR
CARS, DINING CARS.
malax, aaa Se"enU lQforWtttlt" call nn
w. h. mmLBurvr. ami. o. p. A.
a'H Washington St..
Mexican War Soldiers
Increase of Pension.!
Under Act of January 5, 1MB, are entitled
tolucrcaee. Apply to
Uoom 11 uray, mock, claim Attorney,
Aliorneya mi iw. which orar mv
CJ T. itlOUAllIHM.V, Allornnliw uf
O, flcotipslalrs In front nuins til new lliiali
block, corner Coinintrclal and Court slneta,
lOIIN A. OAIliON, Attorney at law, rooms
I Handl, IIUiilibaiikbuildliie,Mfllem,Ur,
II. K. IIONHAM. W.JI.HOWUKM.
BUM HAM IE MUIJIKH, Atuiriieys at law,
Uflloelnllutb block, between HUtennd
(Aiurt, on Commercial street.
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
of Id- ,
Southern Piclfld Comp.iny
(MMroiiriu 'xrii TUirf-nim UAiitm
i j ' ijBwaweiaaipa)ea.jeamjni.
i iflnliiiiily ill (
Almvn Ifrtlllt lillill ill (lIlliKiiia- eiiT.
orlirluiiil.iirir,,KH-riWI miVi $,$$
WoodllliMl, rtalwiii, Albiiliy 'IMmnWMiMj
iwriinil' KAI.l IUII
, Until 1,11111, liltlif " I',
1 H. Ill,
Illl7 H. Ill
trV) i, in,
Tilt P. Ill
(Hi) ii, in
ncu but one In
l'OUUE, HU'Uogrnpher and Tjpe
Itest Uest enulmied tynewrltliiif of.
Oregon. Over flush's bank,
A. 11. OILIilS. specialist In diseases of
Iheeye, ear, nose and throat, Itoom 10
nans nunuiug, -aicrn.
DIt. W. u. MUTT. Physician and Hurgcon.
OlIIco In Eldrldge block, Halem, Uregou.
uiilce hours lOtol'Ja.m. and 3 to 4. p m.
Ttt.T U HMITH, JJentM, VI Btato street,
JL aim, uregou, rmisuea aenuii opera'
lions of every description.
iioas a specially.
T 1). VVOll. Architect, plans, specltlca.
TT tlons and. superintendence for all
clashes ol buildings
sireei, up stairs,
UfHc W) Commercial
CA. KUBEIIT, Architect, room 2I, Mar
. quam building, IVnlaud, Uregon.
P. J. LAKSEN & CO.,
Mnnufuoturer of Wagons, Car
Huop 45 BUte street.
Dlniiitj; Vawh on Odcji i:ou
I'llll A1AM T I
i uiiuuiiui uuiiiu iji;ii
W0UI SHIP IllVISinil llfliimian P
iivui uiuw imiuivw, uieMbUI I
rAii.v. Kxcr.i-r mi;mav,
At Albany and Ojrvillla vttnnwl
trnllisnf Oregon IVlrlr I'lillioni)
kcki-jsw rn.Aift-ni)Ti7y ITKttri i
i:lJ p. m. i i.v.
7,'fi p. rn, I A r.
W ' P, u.
1 or. mini
To allpolntaiu tho I'n.lein hli.l.e, fansda
and Kuropo un bo obLulm-d nt lowest ruUi
'runKP im,ViV",V'N.,;"i Av"1' Mfll'"''
PlturEUt'lONLUDOKNO. 2 A.O. U. W.
Meets In their ball In Hlato Insurance
building, every Wednesday evening
A. W. 1JENN1B, M. W.
J. A. 8ELWOOD, Recorder.
DETECTIVE AND COLLECTION BUREAU
SALEM, - - - Oregon.
Ufflce removed to 211 Commercial nt.
Kates reasonable. 1'ublle and private work
done. C. B. CLEMENT. Manager.
0pensJ?,ndy,8eptem.ber Wtb.at Kinder,
garteu Uall, opposite opera houne.
Children received at three years of aee and
i ' " ACnnecuDg class will be established
h?.?.r,a"celK. ?! PUP"" and those
ir i "'" y'ttiwf wora, uniy the tei
Kindergarten methods employed. Vraux'l
duced? f draWlD,f and ''" work in tro
The Yaquina Route,
OTIC II. Ii
And Oregon Development company' stearn.
ship line. W inlitH snoi tor, W hour le4
t me than by uny oth-r rouut, J'lrt claw
llirougn passenger nnd frcliflil llnu irora
I'orilaiid and all polntH In Oio W'lilumell
valley lo and from ran I'rnncUco,
TIME HCIlhl)Ul.E, (Except Hundny.)
lv Albany 100pm
Ar Vaaulna.-n) p m
Lv Corvalil-. 10..)5 am
I.v Corviilliii 1:1') p m
I.v yiiqiilna llliaw
Albany und Cor
0.4 0. trains ennuett nt
,.1'?ab0V0triUnHCO,,llcct at Vmiulnn with
theurigouDevel .pinont Co.' llnu ofdteain.
eis between Yiiqulinmiiiitj.in KmiKlMX)
tvi i..TIlVls',e,,J.!frH l.mm l'"rH"iid nnd all
Wl lame.te vu ley polnuiun jimneclo.H con.
nect tin with; lotru'n.ortUo Viuiulua iuie
S-,1"' .r 'rvullls uml If de.tliad liMua
r-ranilBco shouldarranetonrrlv ut u'iuln
the evoulug bifor daujof fcalilog. '
lowtlf"! K"r,S,,' iui" alwallw
""""AW !.. hrirlKht uml lioUut .nu
ii n IV, tii :..' "'"lunq, Dr., or
III I'llI IHll 1 I .. Mm
n ir ifauiirl. ,."'.. ".Mirvuuis tir,
C. II. JiABtV&JX, lr n nl If, ,.ll, i u..ri
Seiner & Blosser,
130 STATE STREET
Creamery and Dairy Supplies,
Steel Ranges, Parlor Heaters
iu all styles a.specialty.
CLOTHES WRINGERS AND WASHEHS
..-ct- nn i
" J-nebe8tonenif,, n-
I, a o ..ll 1
mo a win.
luss.Agt. Ore UovoiopmentCo.,
'Mi Montgomery Kt,
From TermiDaf or Interior Points Hie
Northern Pacific Railroad
Ja the line lo take
To all Points East and South.
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
(No change of earn.)
1 ullman drawing room Wjwj.
.Of latebt wjiilpmeia
aimo.uS2-const,:uct,1 ""I '" which
""iniOdatlfcns are both lr, und Inr,
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
iiconilnuot ''Inn cocae-tlnif with all
senrevic?.a0rllD 01rett'i 5S luniStwupt"
curSd'ln adw Vw vVZHtUmt mu be. .
tbe road. lcwa nay ;nt of
ln1AmeUrfetEnHn'J, "nd ronl Pl
pany. a Ht aay llck omce ol lhJ com.
land.f Von ' r W "'bi.Iuh; 1 ort-
iiU ATI. . -
- ajJUWlSIKft. Apilitfl
PACIFIC LAND AND ORCHARD C
WR TOWN LOTS. FBUIT
T. .!. KUESS.
"1nl Wd rlsh.nft
HOEYE & MILLS.
5WCbm.HL, Kaiem, Or.
Carpenters anil Builders,
TRACTS' AND .FARMS.
r i , P 9CENTSADAY
Hie for Sale,
Brick and Tile Yard,
Take It I
J. L. DE.KE:T t W
nun antl Cj
Mix i mm
RILLIAHIi I'Alil H.
23 Com'l Btr.rt
T. W. THuRKbUr6,
"" - imm Mnfr" by lUkett A V sj,
ltotJ5h' ,M i4i-if
AeM.CUMJQH. . j;
DiU"rJ . Vour. Dw.
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