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Attorney at Law vnd Solicitor to Chanpery. Col
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OXTANYK HACKLEH Alt,
Attorneys at Law.
' Albany, Oregon.
R. J. L. HILL,
Phyeidan and dnrtwoa, OFTICK Cora
Ferry street, Albany, Oretron.
QEO. W. HARRIS,
JUSTICE OF PEACE,
Is naw located In the Diaocatr office, eoreer
Xnd and Broartalbin streets Alban v. Or.
Benta and Collections Specialty.
rs. II. E. and"b. K. Beers.
Physicians' and surgeons, post office
block. Albany, Ore. Hoars 10 to 12 a. m.,
2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence corner
5th andCalapooiasts. Special attention
given to diseases of women.
DR. G, U, CliAfalBEIiLm
OfSce on Ferry St near cor 3rd St. Offio
hours, 7 to 9 a m. 12 to 2 and 6 to 8 p m,
Especial attention .riven to chronic case
and eye diseases.
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Kinni xe& a mujmamj nanB
OV ALBAS T, ORBflOH
Vice President .
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, W. LAKODON
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THE COLLEGE WILL OPEN SEP
tember 11, 1895, tinder favorable aus
pices. Regular Collegiate and Aca
demic instruction The Commercial
work will be given special attention this
year. Such young men and young la
dies as are looking forward to a business
career ehould not venture it without lay
ing a good foundation with ns. The
Colleee will also establish a Conserva
tory of Music, under the able and effi
cient management of Prof. Z. M.Parvin,
Unusual facilities offered for students
desiring to become proficient in music
The Primary Department will receive
especial care. Information cheerfully
WALLACE H. LEE,
Ptj cnrgHw iggnt far Vei vmmor&ick
fi3vi:ciit, Brain Lilwsptioii, 8 lei naMvesm
.rf-cu1 or peikera Nascralpia; ftlo tor Khe
xn&Uni. Gent. KiijueT lJiaorA&rtu Arid ln-
i epfeA. AHiL'iiiin. Antiaota Tor AJoono;w
THE ARNOLD CHEMICAL CO.
W 1 ' 2 3. V- Hira jrsae, r HICAGO
t3 ' O 7r r" Tnm ggX. Trit JlUldi
?ans, ntioirw at) cmaf of dirt
ltd tftkca totmatJifa V.
W. -in as
tfe AMadr Cnuiifiamt
r ar" LA- U jsri 1 &ts KsSV W r- Wai Aca jrn
A Cummlng, sole &nU Albany.1
E. McSEILL, Riceiver.
ervas Tdx choick or
ST. PAUL KANSAS CITY
LOW RATE TO ALL
PORTLAND EVERY 5 Dv.S
For tall detail call on
Cut RAN & Monteith, Albany, Or
OR ADORKRS: '
W H HURLBKM,
Uen'l Pah . AniM
ALBASY FDEIW UU
Ualthnare Block, - - Albany, &n.
F OHM TO RE
complete line ot
in all it branchet
Residence comer 3rd andCalapooia
CCTICURA SOAP purifies and beautifies
the skin, scalp, and hair by restoring to
healthy activity the CLOGGED, Inflamed,
Irritated, Sluggish, or overworked
Pores. - $
BeH tkieaasoat Ik weria. Brfaia fepcti T. We.
dona, 1. Eta Kavea&at, Loaeoa. Ponaa
Dave a Cas. CoarSote Pieev, BoMoa, U. . A.
The greatest seller on the market for
diseases of the Liver.Kidneysand Con
Pleasant to take by old or young. No
The root of the Liverine plant is exten
lively used in Norway for the cure of Piles.
Sold by all first class druggists.
ANCHOR S CHEM ICAL CO.
CAW I OBTATW A PATKSTf form
nmmnt answer and an hnaaal ODlnioa. write to
M V S ! e CO wbo ban sad nearir Bhy years'
experience In w patent amines! juomn
none stnetly conSdentlaL A Handbook of In-
Tormauon conoerniBaT rairnin hn sow w w.
tain tbea aem free. Also a eetakigna Ql maxiiao-
scai ana staenuna dooss sent iiuew
Pstants taken tbroncb Mann A Co. inpaHo
neotal notice In tbo Srieatinc Anerirss. and
tbaa am brooxbt widel bamratna Dnbtte witik-
ow eoss so uo nrcmor. i ms smetMMi papor.
issacd weekry. etaasntly llrastrated. bas by far
ai ii imi ctrcoJation of any scientific work tn
riecjantly llrastrated. has by far ua
world. 3 a year. MaieM
conies sent noa.
Bnildlna RiiiUon. noAt
BHVttbiy, ug a year.
ormiaa. 'A3 ci La. Krery nnmber onntaina baan-
tifni puuea, in colore, and nbotrwrapbs of new
oases, wit a puna, enaoiint Datioers to snow tn
fcu desists sod secare contracts. Address
HEW HARNESS SHOP
HAVING opened a new harness "hop
in the corner of Bchmeera livery
stable I am prepared to make first-cla? a
harnesses to order, and, do all kinds of
repairing, all at reasonable rates.
TJNK SHOP. Cor. Setndai.d Fe.
Sts., Albany, will bi:y rags, iron, bot
ties and all Kinds of meu., hides, bone
and tallow, tor cash.
J. Ukocssteix A SOX-
is a full assortment of food for man and
beast; also oil meal, grass seed, lime,hair,
cement and fertilizers, also Wilbur's Seed
Meal, a sure remedy for the ailment of
horses and cows.
AH CHEAP FOR CASH.
rr li T7 Let Us Re
VViVl H. gether! Is it not bet
ter to buy yonr Bread, Pies, Rolls, Cakes,
etc, at a reliable store where they use
only the Best material why of coarse i
is you dont want dyspepsia and yoal
never get it by eating anything from on
tore. - U. S. BAKERY.
Be Ellsworth and Lyon 2nd St.
C. D. Vaxdtu. Proprieto
I am prepared to contract for new oats
and nave Backs on hand, which I will
furnish to farmers at 5 cents. Call on
me before making other arrangements.
The Ins. Agent of Albany
Office opposite Odd Fellows building.
W Crawford will sell yoa an
8 foot Aermotor for $35.00
12 foot geared Aermotor 75.08
All steel and galvanized after completed
K. O. T. M
Meets every Saturday vening in K. O T
M. Hall. YiMtinir KnihU invited at
tend. T. S. Yak W imkle .Com.
)RICK FOR SALE.-14.0CO
J brick for sale. Barguin
Call on P. J. Smiley.
I irANTE J
3 ii4 'io do general bou
Call at residence of D. O
COMPETENT WOMAN wishes work by
the day. Washing er houaecleaning
Inquire firnt door west of the Baptist par
onage, Fifth St.
G. C. MOON. Opposite Rum Hnuee.
Feed, bran, shorts, germ meal, buckwheat
rye flour, hay, straw, potatoes, ice.
LuttKtiS i. a good bouse with Hie urs
16 acres of fine pasture. Rent 12,50
a month. Inquire at L. Viereck s Barber
FOR RENT 5 room bonce near bustne
center, $7.0 a nunth Inquire at L
HAY STORAGE for the season. Call
on M. fenders on Ferry between 1st
and 2nd sts Albany Ore
DRESSMAKING A competent dres
maker wishe work by the Jay, charges
reasonable. Perfect fit guaranteed. Call
on 5th street, 2 doers from Baptist parson
DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Notice is
hereby given that the firm of Ruett
ner & Conn, conaiatinr of Pter Bnettner
and N. D ''cm., : n' iii-oived by
oiutUud couaei.t. Ludi will continue in
the old business, that of house moving.
U THE PLUMBER
Tin roofiing and plumbing,
the opera house.
TTOR SALE. A good second hand car
1. nage. Apply to M. rayne,
4tb and Ferry streets Albany.
tSonti one is doing come tall l)ing
abir.1 that Texas fight.
Rcall? it doesn't make very much dit
ferei C what the Alaskan boundry is, it
not )Q jnpjh to quarrel over.
II alp make the Linn county txhibit
the best at the state fair and Portland
exposition. It can be done.
With everything else Oregon can raise
si'.k and prolitiely. It is difficult to
mention anything that will not grow
People who buy on credit are not care
ful bnyers. There is nothing like the
The hardest worked.nien in the world
are presidents and governors. The strain
on their brains is greater than the lifting
of atnn physically.
Albany business men generally are
coming to the conclusion that fake ad
vertising tramps aie not entitled to their
Tom Reed tor president would suit
Torn better than the masses. It is to be
hoped no push calamity ever befalls the
Some more fake advertising schemes
around. An absolute waste of money.
fatronize home job printers and home
papers, and not cheap John schemes
that are mere fakes.
The democratic disagreement on silver
is a very mild affair compared with the
republican fight over tbe came question,
which although staved off this year is
bound to come before the presidential
election. Baker City Democrat.
Lord Dunraven took a very strange
course v. hen he offered tbe sailors of tbe
Valkyrie pensions if they would beat
Defender. Tbe sailors of Defender will
need to keep their eyes peeled for break
ers and tricks.
That big jacbt race will cost each side
about $2oO,000. A good deal of money
jtut to see which of two pleasure boats
is the faster. It has merit, though in
being spent by men who can afford it,
and it gives a good many men employ
ment, and the papers something to shout
about under big headers.
A gentleman bv the name of Perkins,
who bas at various times resided in sev
eral of our leading penitentiaries.receot-
ly broke icto the stale penitentiary of
Connecticut and dole the warden's road
wagon and fine team of horse. We wil
oexvnear of bim robbing a policeman
on duty oi hi coat and vest Ex.
If ... IT.., -rw! mlt rl rtnak'a'
bank, kindly left a large Chinese pheas
ant en our table yesterday, evident'y in
tended for I he editor.bot whether or not,
we hav appropriated it to our own nee.
Tied to tbe bird's neck was a tag con
taining the following language: ''This
is tha only bird Setli Hammer left alive
in Polk county. Salem Pott.
Thin is bow a Kentucky jadge charged
a jury the other day: "It yoa believe
what tbe counsel for the plaintiff bas
told you, your verdict will be for tbe
plaintiff; if. on the olhtr band, yon be
lieve what tbe defendant's counsel baa
told you.yoa will give a verdict for the
defendant. But if yoa are like me, and
don't believe what either of them said, I
don't know what yoa will do." The jury
A San Francisco exchange says:
"Yesterday the crowd that tried to get
into Jadge Murphy' court was larger
than ever, and only the fortunate few
who came early and waited long suc
ceeded io passing tbe bailiffs at tbe door.
Among tbe lucky few and the unlucky
many were about as many women as
men. Tbe women were more eager, if
anything, and one of them wbo squeez
ed into the crowded court room yester
day held a babe in ber arms."
When the Democratic Congress under
took to repeal tbe McKinley tariff and
to enact a reform tariff eliminating tbe
robber idea of protection for protection's
sake.ca'ami'ies dire acd widespread were
predicted by Republicans. Under Me
Kinley's tariff labor and labor's wages;
nnder tbe Democratic tariff business re
vivals and activity bave taken tbe place
of idleness and depreeeicn, and wages
have been advanced, plenty of work
furnished and thousands of additional
men employed. Tbe record of tbe new
tariff speaks for itself. Nashville
A peculiar aee is told of by tbe Cor'
vailis Times: Jack Gerhard and George
Bingham are under arrest, and fine for
violation of city ordinances stares each
of tbem in the face. Tbe complaint waa
sworn out by Chief Taylor ,and it charges
them wiib disorderly conduct. Tbe of
fense tbey are alleged to have committed
transpired last Sunday afternoon, when
a coon belonging to Bingham and a bull
doe owned by Gerhard fought to tbe
bloody death of the former on Main
street near Nolan & Callahan's store.
Some people wbo looked on at tbe affair
think it was perbiissable, bat many
others condemn it as horribly brutal.
Tbe spectacle so impressed ladies on the
Occidental balcony a decidedly inhuman
that they retired where they could no
longer see it. The men arretted claim
tbe dog and coon got together by acci
dent. Last n!ght Gerhard pleaded guilty
to the charge and paid his fine of 110,
and on motion of tbe chief of po'ice the
charge as to Bingham was dismissed.
It is pretty sure that a future industry
in the Willamette Valley is to be silk
culture says the Times. An intelligent
and well educated Japanese bas a thous
and mulberry trees growing on his tei
acre ranch back of the Portland Heights
Multnomah county, and their thrift in
dicates that they luust flourish in this
climate, tie has also many thousands
of silk worms, already in their cocoons,
and at the Po.iland exposition will ex
hibit raw silk of his own manufacture.
Of the industry be says in tbeOregonian :
"I am satisfied that silk culture will one
day become a great industry in ihfs re
gion, giving employment to f any peo
pie who would tbewise be Idle. It is
useless for anyone to say now that it
cannot be made a success here, for I
bave demonstrated tbe contrary. V. will
afford employment to farmers wives, and
many other women will Qnd in ii a
means of Aa;n'ng a comfortable income.
The sample oi taw silk which I propose
It i exhibit, with otner skeins of my man
' .. fn..i u iiu,u In Bd HnvmtL nr. that s.i
I " " " : ' "
ever made any where."
Better or Worse.
Recently the Democrat ed'tor lies r J a
minister in a sermon tell bow the world
was degenerating, making it out much
worse than it was years ago. This week
he beard another minister onthesamo
subject make the world out as improving
in every respect, and the fact is un
doubtedly well substantiated. The woild
is better; bat it is bad enough, and
much worse than it ought to be. In
material things tbe progress is marvel
ous, in steam and electric inventions,
making all parts of the world easily ac
cessible. The Optimiet believes these
are instruments in the bands of Ood for
increasing good, the pessimist draws
out bis face nntil it is about a mile lung
and aays.they aie being used by Satan as
instruments for evil. Of course that
would be the scheme; but the old tel
low cannot be equal to God in the con-
teat Right wilt prevail, wrong will
eventually down. There is an element
working in the world for good Mat has
never before touched tbe world. As the
trotter is made through several
generations of fast blood so goodness is
being transmitted. All this is a slow
process, so slow that people differ ma
terially as to tbe result, and sometimes
even get aggravated because others can't
see what they call tbe nose on a man's
face; but nevertheless onward and up
ward goes man's character. Men talk of
evil tendencies so much they begia to
really believe every thing is going to
smash. It sort of becomes the fashion.
Some of the worst growlers in the United
States about bard timet daring the past
few years bave been men working on
salaries never reduced and wbo were
getting their clothes and living at a re
duction of at least 25 per cent. This il
lustrates how it geta to be tbe fad for
people to talk on the dark side of every
thing. Distance lends enchantment to
the view, and that is the way a great
many people look at Cfty years ago; but
the person wbo reads- history carefully
and sees the warfare, brutality and de
pravity of tbe centnries before us, oar
rated in a alow way and in slow ages.
and then look at tbe wonderful progress
socially and industrially and the writer
believes morally in an age when every
thing ia ferreted out and flashed acroea
the continent in a few momenta, one
cannot belp being an optimist, even in
an era of bard times conducive to bring
ing out tbe very worst in a man .
The Pen nsylvanla Democrats.
Tbe following is a part of the plat.'otu
of the Democrat of Pennsylvania adopt
ed this week: -'The Democratic paity.in
convention assembled, hereby renews
its allegiance to and deciarts its faith in
tbe principle of democracy a formulat
ed by Jefferson and illustrated by Madi
son, Monroe, Jackson and Cleveland. It
congratulates the American people on
the fiit fruit cf tbe democratic admin
istration, which inherited from its re
publican predecessor a bankrupt treasury
and on wis fijaccial agreement, wbicb
appear io widespread disaster And which,
under tbe sagacious, conrageoun and
patriotic lradersbip of its great president
G rover Cleveland, led tbe people out of
the slough of despondency to the high
ground of substantial and increasicg
prosperity. As viodicalibg the princi
ple of tariff reform, to which the demo
cracy is onalterably pledged, oe chal
lenge etpecial.attenlicn to the fact that
such prosperity and the consequent tut-
erial iccrtatts of wages has bten most
pronounced in tbe icdostriea w bote ex
istence oor opponent claimed were de
pendent neon high tariff duties. Tbe
gloomy predict ioa that the iron and Heel
industries of Penosvl rania would be de-
troyed by a redoced tariff, Las been
contradicted by their pmeat unexampl
ed prosperity. W invite tbe attention
of tbe waget arners to tbe fact thai tbe
present voluntary inrreaee of wages of
those employed to the manufacturing
industries, amounting to co les than
tSO.0OO,OU), was absolutely noknowo
under tbe McKinley tariff.
We especially reaffirm so moeh-cf the
laat platform of the national democratic
convention a relate to the oce of both
gold and silver as standard money ; but
tbe dollar unite of coinage of both metal
mast be of equal intrinsic and exchange
Lawyer T G Fennel!, counsel for
Robert Christie, a truck drive., convict
ed of assaulting a charuberma'd at the
Windsor Hotel in New York City, made
a novel plea to Judge Fitxgeraid for
clemency for bis client He said: This
young man baa ocraional outcropping
of fiendish character. They are out
breaks beyond his control and contrary
to tbe usoal tone ot hi nature. In fact,
Yonr Honor, this man is the victim of a
sad train of accidents producing a state
of irresponsibility. Tbe man has been
in so many accidents imperilling hi life
that bis mind ba been affected. lie bas
narrowly escaped death from the bite of
a mad dog. Here is a certificate from a
doctor of Bellevue Hospital, wLere
Christie bas been laid op for a week af
ter anothei narrow escape from death
by electricity. He received a terrific
bock. There are several other modes
by which death has threatened him.
yoong as be is. All these bave made an
impression oo his mind and made turn
in-responsible. Judge Fitzgerald re
mabded Christie until Ls story can be
The Star Press of Green Castle, Ind.
says: Tbe next Democratic candidate
for President should be from tbe "wild
and wooly west;" good policy and a
Spirit of fairness indicate the truth of
this claim. The territory east of the
Alleghaoies has hogged the Presidential
candidate business of the Democratic
party in the past it has furnished the
candidates and States of the West and
South , have furnished the large per
centage of the votes cast for them. Tne
Democrats of the West and South liAve
power to nominat) the man of their
choice, if tbey will bat stand together
and present a united front. More es
pecially Is this true now, because of the
fact that tne Western States have the
best, the ablest and the tr ost available
Democratic timber ott of which to make
Industries which were strengthened
by tbe business depression of the last
two years are now feeling the stimulus
of resumed activity, and, like water that
bas been dammed op, the tide of bus!
ness is flowing all the stronger for its
temporary restraint. Structural iron
mills in tha western p t ot the State
are nnable to ktep np with their orders,
and nn concur p, the Carnegie Steel
Company, now refused to bok order
unless delivery can be delayed longer
'dan thres month rutUilolphla Bui-h-toii,
The Portland exposition will be the
best in its history, and Linn couuty will
t 1.1 L t t . I : I .
nave me Diggest sou ueet uispiay mere
in it history.
The newspapers are the great detec
tives of tbe see.
SATURDAY NIGHT THOUGHTS.
Men are bound to disagree this Bator
day night on many things' It's human
nature from top to bottom. Let two
men look at a runaway from the same
point, and they ill tll a diflerent story
;n an hour. How much more will they
be likely to dipsgree in a matter of opin
ion. Hence it never sounds well to call
people numskulls because they look at
matters in a different light from you
The Orft week of the public echoola
has emit d. One metis a few people in
the world who are afraid to send their
children to public boI.ooU on account Of
the cosmopolitan character of the stud
ents, all kind", you know, bad and gcod.
Well, the great men and women of our
country came up through our public
school. That's where even tbe minis
ten gft their start. Children should
not be allowed to sow wild oats; but
they must see evil and be made to shnn
it. Perhaps it has been noticed that
children who aie kept like house plants
or like a boi.net in a bandbox die
young and succumb most easily to temp
tation. In every parents mind is the
question o! how to rear the child so as to
make the best maa or woman,comiog np
with bright minds and pure hearts, and
t is no wonder ones bead almost cracks
sometime alien the responsibility is
weighed. Ad no general rule covers the
subject onehas to proceed according to
the circumstances of the inlividual
It has been announced during tbe
week that Senator Bryan would discuss
the silver question at the itaf fair. The
Democbat would 'Jke to bave Mr. Bryan
talk on silver in Oregon, for be is per
haps tbe ablest exponent of it in the U.
S. But it Is a bad idea to allow anything
of a political nature ia state fair address
A Young I'octcss.
The following poem published by re
quest, was composed by Nannie L. Alex
ander, of Millwood, Or., at tbe age of
only 14 Team. Tbe girl is a niece of Misa
Jennie Clayton, ot tbiacuy, and certain
ly possesses a rare talent. Tbe poem
was written upon request of a soldier at
the oldier'a Home :
The da baa dawned when we will go
To graveyards tar and wide.
Where lying low are pat note
vt here Grt they fought ana aiea.
And many grand old veteraus now
Are steeping id by side.
Oar gr at grandsire long ago
Against the Uritiah lougbt.
When for sweet freedom to this land
And equal rights thtysoaght;
But now we feap tbe grand reward
For hie h our graedtirea w roaght.
And later on in ISIS
Oar honored brave grandcires
Were called to light tbeir hatred's spark
To flaming, aindliog fires.
They with art hearts and many wi"l
i'olMlled their keen deturrs.
And when tbe coare of Empire moved,
And weetcard took its may
To tbe t bores of fair Pacific, w here
Tbe w iid red men held sway.
And aero the paths of emigrants
They often chanced to stray.
Twa then the grand old pioneer
With firm and wi'.lirg hand,
To clear tbe :td men from tbeir path
Acd f kiehl that littte band,
Cue itn their valorous heart and true
To O.-egon' fair land.
To dangers fierce were they exposed,
Their enffrricg nooe doe know.
Who fooht to save our own free elate
From that fierce savage fue.
Ibeir works are marked on every tree
And valley, bifth and low.
Again io 1S51
The bu;!e lood!y blear.
And Lieculn called for volunteers
Of loyal, brave and trae.
And then our fathers bravely foe g tit
For the red, lute and tloe.
Tbey marched and foaght at Gettysburg,
On maay a plain they camped,
la Southern climts, through marshy
The weary sentinel tramped.
And oft around tbeir smouldering fires
The cold, dry hardtack champed.
At Sbilob, 'mid the battle' frav,
Tbey braveir fought and fell.
Charging amid the battered ranks
lib cannon ball and shall :
And oft about that fearful strife
Cl've beard my father tell.
Yrt, be was there amid that fray,
Oue of tliote heroes tine.
And when our fieinrn he tel'.
1 hi oming store through.
Of how he fought .tod comrades ft II
And bogles !o-il!j hlew.
I rever shall forget that day
As long as on tbi earth
I hear tbe patriotic cheers
Of young folks in their rnmb.
When at that time at Sbiloh there
Oar food to a was dearth.
'We heard the cannon's booming i-jicd
On both tbe left and right,
A by our guis we ralmlv alcod,
Striving with main and trtght
To drive the enemy from their rank j
And put the rebs to flight.
"Oo Sunday we were driven back.
Yes, altvost from the field.
But still cur stubborn forces there
Reluctant were to yield,
Aod nnread were oar hearts an.! minds
As it He's firmly sealed.
"But Soi. lay in the battle's heat,
The reliel' leader fell.
Their f;cs too would weaken tl en
We a'l knew very well,
And ali" that the coming day
A diflerent tale would tell.
"But oh, that dismal, rainy night,
I never shall forget,
And rar, wooi-ded comrade' groan
I seem to hear them yet;
But ai for being there that night
I cannot now regret.
"Tbe. next day Buell to the field
With reinforcement came.
Lew Wallace also came with help,
All honor to his name.
And Generals Grant and Sherman too
No people shall defame. ,
On Monday they were driven back,
The table thus had turned,
Foiced to evactite the field
Oar forces they had learned ;
W were tired, weary, bleeding but
O jr victory was earned .
"And thin at Shiloh close J the scene.
Thus closed the batte there;
We were exulant in the strife
And even in the air
Seemed born our j vaus shouts and cheers
Which we could not forbear.
"Bnt oh, opon the battle field
Tbe dead and wounded lav,
Brave men who wore the suits of blue
And men who wore the gray ;
And life still lingered In a few
Who soon would puss away."
And now they sleep beneath tho tuii,
Brave men who wore the blue.
Brave heroes who came to the field
With toyal hearts and true,
To fight and die in freedom's cause
Their valor to renew.
Yes, other battles have been fought,
And other heroes bled ;
My fattier fought in Vicksburg when
Ilis comrades' blood wa shed,
Aud marched with Sherman to tin tea
Wltbglad and gallant treat.
Those battles are all over now,
Tbe long march to the sea
Was ended many years ago
When young and strong was he:
And young and old now dwell Jheoeath
That banner of t!.e free.
And now the people every year
Strew flowers on each giave,
and floating proudly o'er them does
The flag of freedom wave,
A recompense ot honor for
The lives they gladly gave.
Webfoot is ruling just now in the Wil
Two Baker Oity cucumber were 42
and 40 inches long. It is now in onier
for the Ashland Tidings to claim atraw
berries as long as that. 3
The Salem Journal says McGinn ia en
tirely unfit for the oflice of Judge. Mr.
Hofer was in the legislature with Mc
Ginn and is posted. McGinn was mere
ly the tool of Simon. If that's true,
Judge Lord will do well to herniate be
fore appointing i im. -
The great yacht race ic almoet a local
matter, certainly of local interest. It is
over and ia very unsatisfactory in its ter
mination. While tbe contest proved the
Defenders superiority, it is to lie regret
ted the last two races were not repeated
until entirely fair.
The doctors in attendance at tbe Miss
issippi Valley Medical Association con
demned bloomers and Dr. I. N. Lone, of
St. Louis, said : "Let us protect against
it. It is a blot on the landscape. It is
inartistic, disgusting and revolting, and
we, as physicians, should protest against
Albany pays a fourth of the taxes of
Linn county. Certainly tbe county
should pay the interest on its own war
rant even though made under peculiar
circumstances and assumed bv the city.
All cities in the county should be treated
alike, nnder like circumstances. Isn't
A buffalo escaped from tbe Wild West
show yesterday morning in Portland .and
the cowboys displayed marked horse
manahip in capturing the animal jturt
aa be waa about to run down a crowd of
women and children. So says the Tele
gram, but it reads a if it were part of an
ad vertising scheme.
Another meeting has been held to
raise funds to present a 110,000 memento
to tbe battleship Oregon. Much better
usee could be made of 1 10.000 now. al
though of course Oregon ia prood of tbe
Two wagon loads of people ieaed
through here this morning from Nebras
ka bound for Florence. Tbey had been
on tbe road over 5 months and looked aa
if they were desirous of a rest. At Flor
ence they can lire easily, even if they do
not work muclu Engene Guard. Flor
ence most be a Utopia. How ia that,
A young man in one of the bop yards
has learned that cigarnte smoking and
gun-powder don't go hand in band, lie
had a bottle of gun-powder and show -
mg ma extrtnes in smoking the
cigarette, when there waa an explo
sion and the yoang man was severely
burned and scorched about the face ; but
fortaBateiy nut ere were uninjured.
Moral Don't monkey with twa danger
ous tilings at once. McMinnvilleT. R.
The Eu srene Guard says the following
from the Wood burn Inde'pendent is a lie :
"It is reported that three of the prof e
surs in the rotate University are confirm
ed drunkards. If it is true, it is a blot
npon the fair name of the institution
ttiat tbe trnateee shoo Id loe no time in
removing. Tbe time is gone by, if ever
it was present, for a sot to have charge
of the education of oar youth. We would
be gtad to see this matter investigated.
The Salem creamery bas gotten far
enough for the Stales man to star: "Let
the talk stop and the work begin.'" That's
right and it was Albany's style. Whan
we wanted a creamery we built it with
out much notoriety or blow, and we
built a 13.000 creamery, one that do
the business in splendid shape, and if
Salem will surf, on the same layout it
will hare a creamery; but it never will
on tbe 4,000 proposition.
Her it is at last : The name of Lord
Dunraven' yacht is pronounced Val-ki-
nv. with tha IHnt nn that ntfvm.t avlla.
the second svlla-
bie. The word signifies "chooser of the
slain. It comes from the Icelandic j
Valkyria, more familiar in the German I
form, Walknre. In the Norse rnvthol-vv !
it means one of the virgin attendants of
Odin, who carry to Valhalla heroes slain
Taronia has another elephant on its
band. A dispatch save that "A millton
doliar mortgage was bled with the aud
itor, being given by the Tacorua Land
Company on its Tacorna property, valued
at over ffi.OOO.W, to the lYovidcQl Life
Jk Trust Company, of Philadelphia, to se
cure a loan "i $1,000,000. The proceeds
are being need in the construction of a
20.000-ton wheat warehouse, the pur
chase and filling in of a portion of the
Tacoma tide flats and dredging of water
ways. The loan ts evidenced by an is
sue' of 1000 bonds, running for 20 years,
and bearing 6 per cent interest." Tbat
means fjO.WJ a for year interest, enough
to break op even a big company.
Items like the following are going the
rounds of the prva: Daring the past
fnMP ivmnlita nrl.Cl ........ 1. . . -
difficult to obtain, we hav .inied to be
very lenient in our collections, not car
ing to distress any of our friends. Judg
ing from all appearances and report bne
inees will be good and money plentiful.
and we shall aek that every past doe ac
count on our books be paid" in full. Hare
earned ue Duruendui ing llicnard time,
and feel that our request is not out ol
Ever tried the City Laundry? Tbe ex
cellence of their work is a household by
word among thecitiaensof Allan v. First
class trade solicited.
Opp. St. Charles. Phone 49
Reasonable prices in millinery and dress
roakng McLen & Baeumle.
An elegant stock of the latest style cares
and jackets can be seen at the Ladies Ba-
If yoa need lint ordrnse come and
s e us, we wiil pleare yoa at f he new store.
McLean A Baeumle.
Drop in at Tinkles Photo Gallery and see
the new styles of photos.
See thorn Japan tea puts at Gradwohls
Finest in the market.
A Giie Hoe of fall and winter sailor bat
just received by Mrs. Ashby.
Meat cheaper than ever at tbe Albany
Dressed Beef Co' shop, corner of Second
and Ellsworth street. "Bill" Eaerick
will continue to slice tbe best meat to be
obtained for you.
Wheat 39 cents. "
Try Tinkle for Photo.
Tinkle photos are warranted to please.
New sailors walking hats and caps at
A new line of school shoes at Read, Pea
cock & Co.
Peacock & Co s.
Mitckctttoshes at Read,
Ladies shoes and nnder wear just received
at Read, Peacock & Co.
Rend, Peacock & Co. have tbe t et line
of children's coats ever in Albany .
Buy a fur cape or jacks' cf Rdad, Pea
cock k Co. before they are gone.
Fine assortment of French millinery
McLean & Baeumle.
E. W. Jor Company Gentlemen : I
have taken your Vegetable Saraaparilla
and can say I have nfcver aeon nnvthina
equal to it. I have suffered ten years
wit h dyspepsia, not being able to eat
anything but milk and brown bread.
Life was nothing but misery for me.
iinve a gooa appetite, eat any
thing I wish, and feel no disagreeable
effects from it. I wish I could tell all
dyspeptics and urge them to try your
VoiMit.l . L.' .-11 -
(Signed) Ma. John Timothy,
" Forbes town, Oa
3r. irv ite'a rwuB eucfnr Ptnrdct
Host Perfect jfeuStv
a. At a !
BroKAHE, Wash., Sept. 13. Old "Pap'1
Jennings', who died in old age and squalor
in a s'jack here last night, was at one time
a prominent citizen of Oregon. Hi son
Charles was a steamboat captain on tbe
Willimette river. Fe left other children
wbo are well connected. The old man bad
been on the downgrade of recent j ears,
and it is said bis family disowneb him.
Deaat r eat matter Held.
Pendi.cton, Or., Sept 13. United
State. Commia.ioi.er Bean's court ha bn
occupied two entire days in tbe examina. 1
august o. xne investigation is very
searching, and arguments by counsel beard
by the commissioner, who decided to hold
Reynold for the United States grand jury,
at Pottland. in the sum of II 200, lbe
friend uf Reynolds bave put up the bail.
A. l At frii i . 1
. , - . m . urn,jM,
The KacaaaVsaeal aver
Louisville. Sept. 13. So far as the
veterans are concerned the 29th annual en
campment closed tonight with as many at
tractions as on the other nights ot tbe
week. The ladies, however, will continue
la suasion tomorrow. Today there were
over 7000 at the old Kentucky barbecue
aod tonight campnries were largely at
tended witn the principal events at llaic
ball. Phoenix Hill garden and National
Tbe annual meeting of thi Conirreiration.
al Association of Oregon will be held in
Oregon City on Sept- 24. Among the
speakers will be Rev. Poling of this city.
r. w. Parker, of Eugene, announce
that he will close bis opera bonae on ac
count of tbe high license, and tbe rt final
ot toe council to reduce tt,
Tbe railroad commissioners claim to have
reduced freight rate in Oregon over iloO.-
000 the past yer. The comminaaoMra
didn't do it at all. The railroads did it a
a matter of business. These railroad com
missioner generally suit tbe railroads.
Handshaking may txt an art, bnt it i
a senseless one- There is eft Lima more
hypocrisy in a shake of the band than
baa been dreamt of in yonr philosophy.
No, not senseless. It bas no more by-
poency than the face or tongas. It
bring people la touch with each other
without the suggestion of carboiized roe
water. It is a necessity in apolitical
campaign and a part of tbe businee
Don't stop tbe handshake and let it be a
warm, firm one, and not snakieb.
Jack Dmpey tbe victor of over sixty
battles has nut more than bis equal
Death bas given bim nearly tbe last blow.
At his borne io Portland be is lying with
but a few days of life abeaa .
$100 Eewarn, fTOO.
. BrWs of t Is paper win b plsaaee! to
aaara tfeal larre U as least osrs dreaded due
tarn scuars bas txen asia u car La all il
and tbaa la Catarra. Hail's Caiaiv
Cara is tb only paaiua car now kaowa l
taw Mitral frataratty. Catarrh bate; a eow
WUSarUoaal disease, renatraa a coeautatioaal
Iwsriainit- Haii'a Catarrh Care is lake iata
aaily. acting dJrtetiy apoa Ike Mood aod aa
coaa BBrtace ot Ite syatui. thereby destnyiag
lae toaadaUow ef tbe dtsnse. and pring la
aatisut stfgagh by baildiDitttntKecoostuattam
and ssaistma aatara ra etatcir lis work. Tha
fwtrprcurs hate so nacb faiui ia its caraitss)
BOsrera. that they offer Om Hundred boUara
ae any caaa utal It una (O care, cx&d '
tut uf tesuaieniaJa.
AVktreaa, V.J. CHE2TEY & OXa Tolcd, 0
surwoid by DracE '.ij.
New Time Card.
Fallowing is the sew lime carl
Albany Street Railwaj:
Tbe car will leave enrcer of First
" ahingtoo street a follows:
4-20 a- m. for morning overland train.
- " Lebanon train.
Hiio " " Ysqaina train.
12:00 noon, train going w.h
12:35 p. m.. Kox-imrg train north bo una
and vtat booad Yaquina train.
1 AS p. m O. C A- E. train, east toned.
40 - Lebanon train.
1 1 -35 ' Overland train going tocth.
4:00 " Orphan lloate.
Tbe car will a!.emet all incoming trains
on bnlh tho vw.iln P
,- .. , -
h' nuirrau,- c- - Bcitan abt.
Tbe prcprietort of SANTA ABIE hive
authorised roshar A Masoa to refund roar
mtoey if, after giving this California ktiag
of Cough Cure a fair trial a directed, it
fail to Live aatufaction fo. tbe core of
roaha, cronp, w hooping cough and all
throat and long trouble. ben tbe dia-
eaaj agectt tbe bea.L anJ aaaurut tbe form
ot caranb. nothing t n effective as CA Ll-
FORSIA CAT-R-CCRK. These prepar
ation are without equal a household rem-
sdiea. Sold at 11.00 a racks ze. Three for
A Timely Reminder.
Each season forces npon our considera
tion its own peculiar perils to health.
The advent ot fall finds many redoced in
sirengut and vigor, poorlv prepared to
continn the business of life. The stom
ach and bowels, the great highway of
animal economy, is especially Liable to
disorder in the fall. The nervous sys
tem has also suffered in the struggle. Ty
phoid fever and malaria in particniar
find in the fall that combination of earth,
air and water that mark thin season as
especially dongeroos. The falling ieatve.
tbe decaying vegetables, contribute their
nare ol contain nation. Hood s Sarsa
parilla furnishes a most valuable safe
guard at these important point, and
should be used in the fall before serious
sickness has laid vou low.
Srnsw Baby wa skk. wa raw ar Caa a4
When aba was a Child, ana cried for Castor.
When she became XTtss, she chtng to Cams la.
Whan aha had C&BJreD. she 4vtWsa Castors
The best roast xiRoe in th otty at Co . d
An Absolute Cure.
The Original Ab(:tlne Ointment is o.ilv
put u? In large twurninc tin boxo, and It
an absolute cute for old sores, butns
wounds, ch ipped hands and all skin erup
tion. Will positively cure all kinds of
pile. Ask tor the Original bietine
Ointment. Sold by Foshav & Mason a
5 cent per box, by mail So cent.
E. W. Jor Company I have suffered
from nervous prostration from financial
losses. Can say Joy's Vegetable Sarsa
parilla has cured me. My liver, stomach
and bowels have been very inactive, bat
since taking "y.mr remedy I am entirety
well. All business men and women
should use it. Please publish.
(Signen) Mr. Wm. Hexry Jo.sks.
Backache, diainess, tiredness give way
to Joy's Vegetable Saraaparilla.
Karl' Clover Root.the great nlmvl mi.
'.fier give freshness and clearness to the
complexion and cures constipation, ate.
oc, t.oo. Foshay & Mason Agents.
SUAEKMNEARK Ommooir Jilt nnh
iiBiiwi j o pages eacn I une tjotnedv o-
i a . - . . . t
traud s and The Merchant Prince; Two
new plays by Doctor Crowe; author of
the Tragedy of Abraham Lincoln ; The
Rise and Fall of Jeff Davis Ul vases
Third; The Mockery ot Justice; Misce-
generation ; Ben Thar; and other plays.
For copies of each hook send ten cents in
stamps to Dr. ts, W. Crowe, 217 W. 4tth
St. . Y. City.
Decidedly the choicest Literary Mor
sels ot the age. Critic
Parties wishing los Cream in Quantities
or desiring cream frozen for srcisbles, will
do well to get prices at Mrs. L. Viereck s
Mr. Julius Gradwohl will give the fob
lowing remarkablv low price, for net cash.
iron (tone china: dozen 7 inch plates, 40
cents; H dosenrup and saucers, 4ti cents;
wash-bowl, pitcher and chamber, $1,35.
The Syaaieale Makra a Keawrt.
New York, Sept. 13. This day was an
exciting one, and for a time bid fair to be
a critical one in the financial field, and it
wa feared that it might pass into history
as a small reproduction of the Black Fri
day of years ago. But tonight tbe dis
turbing element are better nndentoodnd
m " """K-""--
IWainty as to tbe intention of the
government bond andicete to maintain
tbe reserve at the ceatury mark and as to
its ability to do so bad disturbed tbe mon
eyed interest increasingly throughout tbe
week. Tbe syndicate deposited some gold
It Is aflw4.
Loxdox, 8ept. 13. The conclusion of
tbe international yacht race for the Ameri
can' cup furoiKiied a text for articles ia all
the London afternoon papers. In general
tbe pre upholds Lord Danraven in his
refusal to sail over tbe course yesterday
without a guarantee that it would be kept
clear of excursion steamer aod other cratr..
in a leader the Pall Mall Gazette says tbe
result ia unfortunate and will be deplored
qiite as deeply by sporting men in Ameri
ca as by tbe same cUas in England.
A ftlg Bctfactiaa.
Sax Fbascuco. Sept. 13. The Cali
fornia railroad commistion today adopted
yommiMioner Stanton's resolution reduc
ing the freight rates on tne Southern Pa
cine on an average of 25 per cei.t. Next
1 ueaclay the work of preparing a new
freight tariff schedule will be commenced
and tbe new rate put in force a soon a
possible. The redoced gtain rate will
probably bs made operative at once.
A Big larthsjaahe.
New York. SerA. 12. A aneciufrom
Tegucigalpa, Honduras, say tnat reports
received from letaoan are that a severe
earthquake has occurred ia that section.
It is estimated that the loas of hie will be
25o, and the loss of property nerbaD II --
000,0X). lite earthquake commenced Son-
aay, ana lasted during the day and night.
inoosano ot person nave been driven
from the mountains. Monday sheets of
flame were noticed on the horizon, adding
to th) alarm. By Tuesday morning pub
lic confidence bad been restored ana the
mountaineers had started for their home.
But fate that night the oaake wa again
beard, and the people returned to the sub
urbs. At midnight the tower of the chinch
tell, kuumg 10 persons and wounding a
a score or more. Shortly before daylight
another severe shock wa noticed. Many
person were killed by falling rock.
Watebtowx, N Y., Sept, 12. A ter
rific thunder storm visited this secioo last
night, and wire are down in all direction.
I he storm was of such force as to actually
swamp passenger cars on t;.e Rome, Water
Iowb u Ugdeuaburg railway, near Rich
land. Hind and tigfatniag accompanied
the deluge of rain.
The cyclone struck tbe village of Cape
Vincent jat aa a large excursion, home
ward bound fit ra the Jeffersas coonty fair
al WatertowD, were abaot to take the boat
for Kingston, Ont.
The Hawailaa Chabrra.
Sax Ibaxcuco, Sept. IS. The steam
ship Aoatrclia arrived this evening from
Uooululo, bringing tne following adt kes.
oxea noauiaia, beptemoero:
forty ace case of cholera have been re
ported op to dtte, witn 35 deaths. Tne
disease attack only native. Every effort
is being nude to stamp it out. No islaad
steamer are allowed to leave port without
first remaining in quarantine fur five nays.
Ls-defesdexck. Or.. Sept 12. It is
impossible to foliy estimate the damage
done to the bop crop by the recent raiaa.
Report obtained this from tbe gro'sers
differ greaUr. One geaUemaa, wbo has
ft) acre, says there no perceptible dam
age in bis rard. Pickers went back ia
work at 9 A. M and have been picking
ail day. another grosrer state tnat ia ci
fi acre, tbe damage wilf reach a qcaruar
of the crop, and it may be one-third.
an la-alKfartary Ytrlary.
New Yoag. Sept. 12. Tbe internation
al series bet seen Defender and Valkyrie
III for Lbe American's cup i ended. On
the whole, it ha been aa extraordinary
eries, and, while the result is satisfactory
to the American pec pie, two at ieaat of the
contest which made np the match were
cot. Def ender won ia a dean race Satur
day. Tuesday but she crossed the line be
hind Lbe English boat, but wa awarded
the race on a foul. Today she cad a walk
over. Will C their aey.
Salem. Sept. 12 In the case of State
Railroad Commissioner Eddy vs. Secretary
of State kincaid. to enforce the payment
cf salary, which derided ia favor of
the commissioner some urne ago. the su
preme court today re.'ajed to grant a re
bearing. Tbe opin oa was by Chief los-1
Ike avwrraal Trta.
Sam Fn-Asctico, Sept 11. Tbe trial of
Theodore Iturrant ia becoming more inter
esting. The district atturaey proved
the death of Blanche Uuiuui, i.d una es
UMiaked that the body found in Uie te!fry
of Emaaoet church wa her and that the
clothing hidden us the ratters ot tne edi
fice was worn by the girl oo the day she
disappeared. The prosecutioa is now put
ting in evidence connecting the prisoner
with the crime. The wttiveasea tor the peo
ple wiil be called ia chronological order,
th; intention being to form a chain, tbe
links of which wiil be teatiroooy showing
the movements of the murdeted girt and
toe defendant cu tui Latcful 3d of April.
ratal Threshing AecMeat.
Walla Walla. Wah.. Sert. 11. A
report was received in this ctty this after
noon of the accidental kilting of Joseph 11.
hi I lot, a farmer living at Cop pel. 16 miles
east of WaUa Walla, Tuesday afternoon.
Elliott was engaged in feeding a tnreshing
machine, when the cylinder broke into a
thousand pieces, tearing out the end and
top of the thresher and completely demol
ishing the machine. Elliott was struck by
the flying missiles and thrown from the
elevated platform to the ground. He was
dead when picked up.
It Was Bat
Nsw York. Sent. II. A newspaper
printed aa announce meat that after a din
ner on Monday night, Lord Danraven call
ed the captain and the crew of the Valky
rie together and toht tbem that be would
give each 3) shillings a week as long as
iney uvea u me aj stria won the cud. A
reporter paid a visit to the City of Bridge
port, on wnicn uoru ltunraven and his
friends were lodged. A frenJeman who
said that be was authorised to speak for
uoru Atintaven, said: "It is rot, post-
The Baheatta Sitae.
Cottage Grovk, Or., Sept 11. A 10-
stamp quarts mill arrived today from tbe
i. i. nammona company, Portland, Or.,
tor me x.uampiou mine, at .Bohemia. An
other quarts mill will reach here from
inicago in a day or two for the Star mine.
Bohemia is gradually developing into aa
important mining district Tbe Annie
mine, which for so long hes been idle, is
now working quite a fore of uieu, and in a
very rich grade of ore.
WiLUAMsroRT, Ta, Sept 11. Tbe
democratic state convention adjourned to
night, after making these nominations:
State treasurer, ex-representative Ben
jamin F. Meyer, of Uarrisburg. by accla
mation: judges of the superior court Har
mon Yokes, of Buck county; J. S. Noyce,
of Warrens P. P. Smith, of Lackawanna;
Oliver P. Bechtel, of Schuylkill, and Chris
topher Magee, of Allegheny, Cleveland
Chicago, S?P- 11. Sentinel Jacob
Kre. who shot Private James Coffey at
Fort Sheridan yesterday a be was attempt
ing to escape, used one of the new Krair-
jorttenson rifles. Coffey is said to be the
first maa killed in thi country by the new
nfle, used by I mted Mates soldiers Cof
fey was SO yarda away from Kre when he
tired. The nickel-pointed ball passed
through Ccffev's bead and went through a
tree eight inches in diameter, and after
wards buried itself three feet in the hill
side o0 yards beyond.
Ladies wishing treatment for scalp trouble
or dandruff, l will make special reduced
price, tor 4 weeks only, Loaia Viereck.
Dr. Price's cream r-akine PowdeF
aVaWrdtd riiwl r'iswa at.tfvAYtat Pair, baa ft-ihw
In the making, of a pie. The
making of a crisp crust depends j
largely npon the shortening. Use j
j Cottolene, the new vegetable!
shortening, instead of lard, and i
isoeeinesa will be an unknown!
j element in your pastry.
t should always be economically
nseo two-taira as mncn cooo-:
leue as you would ordinarily use i
of lard or butter, being ample to J
produce tbe moat desirable re-1
1 suits. Xne saying in a year rep- i
! resents cocsideimbie item. ;
There are many imitation off
Orttolene; yoa should therefore:
: be esmal to get the genuine.
Wold pe Imi sis ties, Hnti sMils;
m" saa mrm- m emt
l svsry ua. Hade oaiy by
THE a. K. FAIS BASK COWPASY . St Laos.
Insure jour property Vnh
Joseph V Talt i.. fhe
OldHartford, THE NEW
AGENCY, or any one -A the
otiitr reliable c Id line 'x.m-
panies he represents. Nojds
taken and plenty if tirra
givei for payment on fan i
insurance. All business plac ed
witL him will bs promp -v
ended to. OFFICE .N
P O. Block,
In You? Own Locauty
maoe easily and honorably, wither! opt
sat daring your spare hocrs. Any m&fe
"-omaa, boy, or pi i caj do the work harx
.y, without experience. Talking n&
necessarr. Xoriiiss. like It for mo?
aiaking ever offered before. Orworae
always prosper. So time wasted a
learning the bushsess. VTe teach yea ic
a nfht bow to Eorceed from the Cr-.-boor.
Ton can cake a trul wwboct ej
pens to yourself. We Kart you, farni--
everything Deeded tt Carry oa the ba
ess njccessfaLf, and guarantee y..
against taOore it yon ot foUonr vet
sanrpii j, ptain rcstrtxdocs. BeaoW. if
yon ere ba need of ready money, aov
vrvni to know all aboat the best partus
Ewiness befo?s the pct4ie, seed B9 p"
audresa. and we will n-i-l yon a d.
mcst giyimj yoa til the pairUcclafS)
1 RUE & CO., Box 40a.
Red Grown Ming Co
Is now under Lbe managemen Ea
ward Going, X. II. Allen, Wm. L. Vance
E. D. Barrett and Samuel E. Young, wko
are now prepared to furnish sacks and
on storage, and will par tire highest
market price for the same.
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by the Benedutino Sistora rsnn.
studies Aug. 27, 1S35.
tverr faculty will be offered for thor
ough courses in scientific, normal, com-
uauau mi cirmenarr oranciies.
An able tea-hkr rf m,TiA vlin milir
and vocal music will have charge of the
musical oepartment. j.rawing and paint
ing will, like music, be taught as extras.
Lessons in plain and fancy needleaork.
For farther particulars eafl at the Acad
emy or nddress Scmsm Srrasuoaiss.
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Cavetits andTra)a.Markrtaia3ii.aadait Pat-i
cocducted lit rotzT ma.
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