■M —..... — MIMCKLLANEOU8. A G ood L aw — it K xb C utkd .—Ths Nuw J«r- MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. . W heat is in great demand, as may be Religious Jtïotici iey t^gtrtSTttrtrliaa enacted a teqipuranai law seen by the advertisement of Mr. J, 0. He that despiaeth small things shall that reaeliee a vital point of tho evil. It provide« Bell ‘ of Independence. He also ■ an- Christian Chuych. that if any person shall aell to anothe’ any fall little by little. nouacea that he has eight >ptendid distilled sptrite or malt liquors iiHtrinfaclured of ’ Corner of High and Center St roe is, The less wit a man has, the less he apnrioua itigradiuid«, pouton«, or adulterations wagons which he will sell cheap for Ortgen cash or exchange for wheat. of any kind, tlio offender «hall lie punished by^J Cheaper knows he wants it. -’ - tbhn Fivej- ! It takes a smart man to conceal from fine of «tie thousand dollars aud imprisonment I PASTOR: not; exceeding two years. Tliii tonohoa one M b . J ohn W olverton has just shown others what he dont know. IJ ldeb L? L. R owland . of the greatoat eltouonte of evil in tlie traftic. BOLTER, WORTLÉY fii CO., us some-oats which measured ye ven feet Meditation is the mother of devotion,' Any such thing aa pure liquor, exists as a mem -• ' — . IËL1.KSDALE STOBER * L oui / b D i » tfOBHSirt—Presiding, 10S,A M.; ten inches,j£nd averaged ovef three but the daughter of retirement. . Î ory of tlie past. Drugging uul doctoring io tlie Sunday School, 2 I*. M.; Preaching or Loctur- hundred grains to the head. This is Prefer loss before unjust .gain, (or Ottablishud order, so that tliu drjnker, if not IIAVQ REMOVED THEIR STOCK OF ing, IP. M. . ■* .*•_ to DALLAS, >nd aro cuiwtantly r<> the largest oats we have seen for several that brings grief but once, this* forever. absolutely poieoned, la sure of being swindled. ceiving new and well Héloutcil gtxids, coi tuto ting W kem -D at Wonanir:—Prayer-meeting, Tues years. ■ of ’ Keep your own secrete, if you have any. Tlie morp yon exercise your memory day, 7 P. 5(.; jjocial Meeting, Thursday, p. M.; M r . J. H. ifi D. H enderson Sunday-School Teachers* Meeting^ Friday, 7 the better and mòre reliable it will be «.X , ■ ’« communi-' * .h, P. M. , • JI1HH1EÜ EADIES’DRESS AND FAJICY GOODS, cation and several other important mat come. , . (jy A al pegmua are cordially invited to at- ters are omitted for want of space. . MENS’ AND BOYS’ CLOTHING, Some are unwisely liberal, and more lflf)DLE-LIGHT — AtPortland, July 24th, by j,,. tend. »» ■ V " . - I , . Rev. O. II. Atkinson, Prof. J. A. Biddle, of delight to give presents than to pay yi»|ting member* are reipieeteil to make them- P eksowal .—Mr. Ged. H. Himes, of Philomath College, Benton county, »nd Miss selvenllknown. debts- '. ’ Hats and Caps, — Portland Oregon, called upon us last ’ 1. ____ • B Anna A. Light, late of Chicago. Spartan mothers used to counsel _______ T he Caius-rtAx C h V baih at M osmocth M eets Wednesday. Boots and Shoes their sons: “Jf your sword be too shon, kvEBT FuisT DAT of THE WutKk IN THE COL The Afarket« LEGE C hapel . S kvehai . parties in this locality will adda svep-to it.”- LADIES’ ANILCHILDRENS' SHOES Some peojile are comtaended for a gid commence threshing, next Monday. J oem S tewart , OE KVKB» STYLE AS» SIZE. Monmouth Market Report. A. W. L ucas , " * dy kind of humor, which is as much a T. F. C awfuell . T hames , to Mr. N., H. Butler for fa virtue as drunkenness. M' ITER, EOG&, ETC. A FULL 8TO4K OF GROCERIES ctrtü v, __ 4 U. A. SantLET, vors conferred. ®eaconB’ f H. Lispt^». ,-t. . » 25 What a man is at home, that he is in Butte/., fresh roll«,............ STÁNTLY ON HAND. Egg*», doz.......... ..; Sunday School every 8uhday, at 9H Tciock deed, If not to the world, yet to his own Fútate*.«............ . ............ . '. ;1 25 . A. M.' V FISH. OREGON DEAF MITE INSTITUTE. , conscience and to God. Worship and breaking the loaf at 11 a. M. Salt Hal mon # h barrel... 7 00 ’ ' * .. —----- . ; ' > Ilolior is like tho shadow, which as it OROCEBIKH. ~ Preaching on the lat and 3d Sundays of each S alem , O begom , Coffee, TMV...................................... 22 month, at 11 a. M., and at 7 km . Also Satur- HARDWARE AND CROCKERY. flees frbm those that follow it,' so it fol- - O. 1, V M>.;. . . .. ?............ 15 We, the undersigned citizens of Salem, (tere-preowhng lhel*tan<18d^ak7 p. M. 1 00 - dews thbse that flee from it. - - ----- y ' 5 ' . . A .T— —77----—*■—•“———' 1 * ■ : ’ take this method of showing our sym “ choice • .^rxr Wdo j -. v -G oom , Mandfactniufl at the Ellen- ... 121* pathy with Prof. Win. 8. Smith, in his ■ The snperficial often applaud vanity Sale ratos. A rrfral « nd Dt parfurt oF MaII». zlale Mi ’ ’ «. 8 ich as Beaver«, Cassjineres. Hard DRIED FBUI . .. 2 t — AwJol 1 ¡me«, T. vmm I«, • F1 ------------- uui I h aud Blankets, which efforts to establish in Oregon a school and weakness, when they fancy they are - ri»» urif-r n? »uri RetaH ABRU’AUI: admiring and approving virtue. for Deaf Mutes. The marked progress IL ®. »— --A.:.. Ha»in,'a desire u -------- locate permanently at Tlu> mail arrive« from Um Atlantic Staten anil Xfa» A Í: 5 tA * Ä V J V DaUaa, we wilt U m O rrirly and Justly with all Love is the golden thread that rnns DBl-<iOODB. his pupihuhavd made in the few months all pointe north at 1 o’clock r. w. who Utrv fcvor c» v.iji i ieir patrour ,-e. Cabsimere.. . ...... rrr....... $1. 25(^1 50 VZiH exchange Gocdv for Country produce, for Mail from tlw »outh arrivée st 11 p'clqgk *. M. they have been under his care, as shown through the Gospel—God’s love to us, Oregon Flaimel................. ............. *j0@ 62Hi w»<eh v.e wie p. y the Hightext Marset Price. Tweed.. .,......... .. ......................... 1 tr'd by the recent examination, is to us* a ours tk> him and one to another. L kfaktcbehi “ tty Bring on your E ggs and B vtteb ! Printri..................................................... F 12 Acknowledging we have been in the Muslin .............................................. ... 16% 25U16 UULT£k, WU/iTLEY <t CO. ' The .mail leave« Monmouth for the Atlantic snffiicient evidenc of his aptness for this 15^ 20 • Staten and all pointe north *t 11 o’clock A. M. work. __ w rong is only allowing that we are wiser - *K bleached.......................... .. Aino, for peinte «outil M 1 o’clock r. M. - ___ ~ We believe him to be a man fully <Je- to-day than we were yesterday. In.tepvndcnriÇ’fltMrket Import. - I-ottehi nlmuld be in the Pimtoflice. half an voted to the-interests of this unfortu Those who are ambitious, of original hour before the departure of tlie Mail to emme C orrected W eekly b » H odglv 4 Ò hi ' bchill . nate class, and well qualified to instruct ity, and aim at it, are necessarily led by being «ent the same,day. < MPtb&rs, I've pound |t ! ! them. * W. WATERHOUSE, P. M. others, since they seek to be different OMAÌN, FÍXÍUR, ITO. We mdst hqttftly iomqurtiiltliis School from them. WlicrrWbnsh.,......... ......» « 05 * . ’ 68 Oats fi bush .*. ... to Um bdnfidenice of;parCnts whb have FJouf, beat (%.bbl.) ...,-.ri 75@1 87 Ghi'intiiux LMessónger dekf mute children,—to the considera It,is not diagracefnl to anyi one who Wool...; ............ ; ... .... ..... -j... __________ »k is to poor to confess his poverty; but Búríks, BGG«, ETU. tion of legislators,: whose duty it is to ftottc-, 1S ..................... M onmouth : S a T urda », J ul » 29, 1871. J the not exeajfng one's self toescape pov ‘3 25 Eggn. ili <>02..... make it a permaneqA^inst^ution^yand erty is disgraceful. , 1 25 I’Otatoes, fi buali to the active sympathy of the general GROCERIES. M. Baltimore ¡a our only authorised- Try It! Try It! Sin is but a bitter-sweet at best;aifd the Cpffuu gUtUn , 2.5 public. agent at Portland, Oregon. r , Sugar, . o. ’. '.. 16% / P. 8. K nig H t , Pastor Congregational fine colors of the serpent doby no means - "Sugar, No. :, J r<> 12% make amends for the smart find posixin l Tea . ............ 1 00 — D eaf M ite B chooi ..—We give place Church. ... ( - Tea, dioico z. .., 1 25 in this issue to the article, calling at C. R. B onnell , Rector St. Paul’s P. of the sting. SaüciLÍus.......... « dried jrourf. tention to the school in Salem presided E. Church, Salem. * Thosfr who have suffered much are • Dried apptea. . z............... 10« armi iti ve cordi a over try Prof. W. 8. Smit-, who is also L. L., R owlamd , Pastor Christian like those who know inany languages; Di nqTpcani................................. 20 Dried* peaches ........................................ L. 25'* ’ they have learned to understand aud be a deaf mute. Wo are personally ac. Church. DBTM3OODA. quainted with Prof. Smith, and take W. R. S tewart ; Pastor U. Presbyter understood by All. ~ Caa-drnere ........ . t . .. 1 25 / Or<go» Flannel. ....... ... . .................... . .. . 50^62 H pleasure in adding our testimony to his ian Church. A mind full of piety and knowledge Beaver............. . 1 50 < competency as a scholar, and worthiness .... 1 00 1 R. M allory ,’ ' T. B. R i C jjey , is always rich; it is a bank that never Tweed....... . *................................ Prints. a.. —. 12% ■ for the important and responsible posi T. H. Cox, 8. F. C hadwick , fails; it yields a perpetual dividend of MuMin.’................... ;............................ ,.. l.W6% This is a piemant antacid, and, in larga dose»», Muslin, bleached,.r......... . ... 15< í ¿20 tion which he occupies. The appeal in I. R. M oohbu , A. F. .W al L kb , happiness. ' • lax live; ii> Hinail doses, an asyjngoiit medicine, x- HAM HHOULlff&K, UETC. i, in exceedingly useful in rH NiwoL'affeFtlori«. i>ehalf of this philanthropic enterprise T. H. C am *, J ohn F. M illeii , 15^17 — ■ -A -A newspaper is a contihual school-, Bacon Bides ./. eapdbially of CbildreV.' It 1« > w U b , cc i tahr ami ■Hams, , —u Trrr. .. rL r\................... . ............ 15^ 18 should meet a generous response from a R. P. E abhakt . teacher in the house, rosily to impart in- Shoulders.......................... 4»..................... 10^12 M effectual* Tetuedv lot Cholic, Diarrbuer, Cholera Morbus,' Summer Complaint, Griping Pain, people upon whom God is pouring out. -rr*.’”“;— V".«— foruiatioh at any time7 to any one who Sour'8h«mach,"t^Hveness Wind oft the HSDIU- U niyeiwity E xe K v I sfj ». - Yesterday finished blessings without measure. Efficient ach, C/viug and Fi citing of Children; In SaWT Market Report. can read or'listen. —— A TcutMft *, * eje *-4 noHiing oqum I h it. It .Boftens . *r • , ■ . measures should be ibaugnnAed to en the exercises of Conimencement week at the the Guii* eiid readers teething easy. K , 7 'University, hnd diplomas were conferred upon The worthiest people are the most in OIIAIN, ruu’R. BTC. . dow the institution. This should be 9 graduatesSladies-^Tgentleman, viz: Lafaytfttb This i ro 1 nr o gmedicine, gotten tip w sell, jured by slander; as we usually find that Wheat, host white bushel, /... fl 10® b .a really valiiable preparation, having been done partly by the State and ixft-tly by Williams Amelia E. Scriber Virginia Condit ‘^bfl . .................... sofa 62 in use Several yesra i recommend itodf. to lie the best fruit which the birds have Oatîf, Floin. Vest, *4 sack, ( % liaiTell . 2 «va private benevolence. No class of our MtuU^on L. Jones, Kara I i Bridges, Frank, M. Do not give you c’ Hdi en tlk; • Hcothing been pecking at. ... .15 0064,16 no up« "for t iey htupery without ■ o g anvner- Hay, L ton.................... citizens appeals, more strongly-to. our Hulmon, Pb«be Jory, AiTgiistus A. Bonney and .20 0054 .... uiane t aooa. The “ CORUJA j L-" i pui^u tMl by ““ baled teh-M ... . . Z? .•!... . ^l^za Robison. The njorning exercises consisted Trust him little wlioismilingjy praises 644 8 Com Meal ft>................... . ...... ■ •ik.iL.- ».v sympathies than the deaf mutes. of original essays- by the graduates, several of all alike; him lees who sneeringly cens BuckrLiea« Flour, $ lb............ .............. 1044 *•' »- 0064. Bran çf ton,........... t........... Ur. Watcrliouisc, whicli were very interesting and Were received ures al allike; him least who is coldly ' 1‘OIXTRY. A ddress op P hot . B iddle .—The ad. srith applause. The mustcai porthm of the exer Mosnovra. O'os. • . . 506ir . (Thickens, dressed, each ............ indifferent to all alike. — a “ per dozen.................. ...4 50645 00 dress of Prof. Biddle, on the first page, cises was unusually good, uuder charge of Miss 25 Turkeys, each ........................ .. .1 oo®i If good people would but make good For wile by all Druggists. The tnwfe supplied contains too much- valuable matter to Blanche Gray, and Mi«s Berry, the musical BI’TTER, F.OGH, E a C. instructor being unwell. “The Beautiful HUls’ on reason al >le terrn^ Hundred* of Testimon 50® fresh rolls, t>................. limited to the the teachers before whom was rendered with surprising effect. An adress ness agreeable, aud smiiff' instead of Butter, be liniithd -------------------- “ packed............. ..... ... • 3344 .37 iala can be given upo application. Address J: if DK. W. WATERHOUSE. ’ 1 Prof, to the graduates was delivered by Prof. Jlogersof frowning in ther virtue, iow many Eggs, V <l(>z .. ...........; it was'rielivereiLx^'We requested 1545 20 would be won to the good cause. Cheese. < Jregon prime, $ JH ........ ... 2064 25 publication, Portland and won much commendation from B. to furnisji-dis a copy for public Lard, <1 H» ...y. ........... .... ... 13w 15 Experience teachs, it is true, but she. which he kindly consented to do. It is everyone. The musical performance was, very fine indeed. The degrees Were conferred bytfthe never teaches^in time. Each event too long for our paper, yet We were Un- SPECIAL WOîrô». President and the business of the year bas brings its lesson, and the lesson is Ire- -willing to divide it. Hence it all ap therefore closed. [Salem 8 fates naan. membered, but the same event never oc pears on the first and fourth pages. curs again. It is due to Prof. Biddle to say that the The kAblo allows no slaVenlihess, in artistic style and forcible manner of its Prejudices resemble the fogs that delivery before the Teacher's Associa business. Christianity enconragse in- turn the bright sun into a dull cqppor tion can not be reproduced on the Ufntion, promotes, refinement, sug^es^ ball; and a bad heart is like tlie j’uan- Stratton. <fc AV aller. * Wj WILLIAM DAVIDSON, printed page. Much therefore of the method, regularity, good order, prompt dice that sees its own dingy yellow in I Succeteora te J. K. Gill. | grace* and beanty of the original ad ness? |DOdr humor, good manners and the purest lily. dress must be lost; yet it will be read good livings. The resources of the SALE», STATE STREET. - The Smith family af Baltimore are QFFKE NO. 64 F HO XT STREET, with interest and profit by all who are earth afb abundant for all. If mutual ^bout getting up the first Semi-annual WHOLESALE A RETAIL DEALERS IN interested in a system of thorough ed labors weye n^e a part qf pd.u<?atian— excursion! All the “Smiths, Smyths, PORTLAND, OREGON. ucation. •' an essential in every scho<^ and college Schmits, Schmidts^ Schmidtzes, Smids REAL ESTATE in this CITY and laJJT S idewale .—The parties dwelling on curriculnm~**tb« world would be bright and Smits" are invitedTb attend and if PORTLAND, in the most desirable localities, eon- er and cheerier for the change. It is they accept, the excursion party prom the west side of Main street have sent rtiatiug of LOTS, HALF BLOCKS and BLOCKS, bocauMo labor has been dunned oat a« a ises to be more numerous than any.ever HOUSES and STORES; alau, for twenty thohsand feet of lumber to toll for a livelihood—underpaid, over gotten pn before. be used in oonstructing a sidewalk, to IMPROVED FARM«, and valuable un taxed, unfashio&ed, and unchurched— extend from the college building to Mr. The foundation of domestic happiness cultivated LANDH, located in ALL parto of the that so many toilers are worn, and wea Hendrickson’s dwelling. This is a very is faith in the virtne of women; The STATE, for HALE. ry, and forced to be illiterate, and mel laudable enterprise, and will be a great foundation of * political happiness is TlËAt, EST ATÉ »nd dlliet Pronortv pur- accommodation to foot travellers during ancholy; whereas, if their work and po-' 'faith in the integrity of man. The clumed for Cv.respoudsnt«, 11 this vITY and sitions were properly rewarded, they rtirongtoMit the STATES and TE’ililTIHIIES foundation of all happiness, temporial the rainy season. would be strong, yigosous, intellectual, with greif rare and on tlie, must AD VAN TA and eternal, is faith in the goodness, GEOÜS TEItMS. T he first anndKl catalogue of the religious, and happy.— Ex. the righteousness, the mercy and love Bishop Scott Grammar School, Port HOUSES and STORES LEAKED, LOANS The evils arising from jesting upon of God. NEGOTIATED, and C .AIMS <)'•’ ALT. DES land, Oregon, is received. This school * John Hatfield, who died a few days ORPTIONS PROMPTLY COlti, ED and Scripture are even greater than appear will undoubtedly be - productive of ago in Troy, New York, is Said to be <• General FINANCIAL end AGENCY BUSI at first. It leads in general to irrever NESS transacted. > great good. R. W. Laing, A. ■., Head ent* to Scripture. No num would jest the first maker of lticifer matches in Master. with the dying; words of God,are quite this country. He ent them out one by AGENTS of tliia OFFICE in all the CIT W e have received the catalogue of as solemn. When we have beard a com one with his knife ' ss long ago as 1839, IES an<l OWNS in the. STATE will receive description* of FARM PROPERTY and forward Willamette University for 1870-71. ic or vulgar tale connected with a text* and prepared the chemical combustible the same to the above addresd. Thoa. M. Gatch, President. The print- of Scripture, such is the power of assoc by a process then known only to him J. 8. CHURCHILL, AoKNT, I ndependence , O regon . ¡ing is elegant Executed by E. M, iation that wo never hear the text after self. Waite, Salem Oregon. ward without thinking of tlie jeht. The An eccentric wealthy gentloman a effect of this is'obvious. He who is stack up a board in a field in his estate M b . J. O. B ell , of Independence, mnch engaged in this kind of false wit upon which was painted the following: "I will give this field to any man who having purchased a commodioas ware will comaat Uiugtli to have a large por house, is now ready and willing to ac tion of Holy Scriptute spotted over by is contented." ' He soon had an appli t MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. cant. "Well sir, ore you a contented commodate all persons wishing to stole hie unholy fancy. -Mt— t man I" “Y’all, sir, very.” ,'Then what wheat. WM. R. BHWSHAW, . A Christian woman is one who feels do yo want with my field?” The appli T ho « b wishing to purchase dry-goods and acts as Christ felt and acted to the cant did not stop to reply.* AR.CHITEOT or groceries will find it to their advan outcast. The woman who is too refined •-AND— ' . What makes yon green hills so beau tage to call at once upon Mr. Luther to see the misery of her lost sisters, too GENERAL BUILDING AGENT, Ground, whocan supply thenfwitli any modest to endure the mention of them, tiful ? Not the outstanding or'’’stately thing they desire. Monmouth, • . - - Oregon« and-too pure to "lend a hand,” may be elm but the bright sward which clothes 1 a Pharisee, bqt is certainly not a Chris its slopes, composed of innumerable F vrxtsheh Plane, RpecifloaUoM and Kkti- A LARGE STOCK OF-------- blades of grass. It is of small things T he G oa «.—Large parties are pass tian.— Uiale,; and purchase, materials for a rea*'liable that a great life is made np; and he who commission. l**ru<a wishing to Mi may «are ing through our village, almost every Be not angry that you cannot make will acknowledge no life as great, save front ten to flirren por'cenl. in cost of materials day sn route ~for the Salmon river coast. and labor, by tlie employment of th» agency. others aUKyon wish them to be, since yon that which is built np of great things, Person» residing at a distance, and wishing to Monmouth or vicinity, may relv on make yourself what you wish to will find little in Bible character to ad build in lheir B rothbb H. L indsay has on band a cannot < _ ttjT* Call <nd Examine biisinoss promptlv and carefull» at- mire or copy. full supply of <lry-goo<ls and groceries. T>a. Sdem. April 11, 1871 Cheap I Cheap ! s- xouMo. L. m^uxz BLAIN, YOUNC & CO., ---- OKA LKWS m------- jfrry-Goodto, Groceries, Bools, .^tioew, Kir. AgenUfor all kinds of Agricultural Irwple- mcnto ”_d* Sewing Machines. Y/ill ne"! .<>w for Cash ' Produce. __ BLAIN.. YOUNG £ CO. . Albany, Oregon. ’ COX & EARHART wholesa U:, i A nd hetall G- JFt O CT TEI H S AND DEALEKs" IN - 4 » • tT four. Mill Feed and Crain MOORES’ BLOCK, SALEM ' } C N : U C. B. STILES’ fr HEADQUARTERS Main Street, Opposite Court House DAIÆ.1S.X1KEG0N.------- -- TO' OÊFER A I AM NOW PREPARED 1 large assortm on I of chotee PROVJSIOÑS, ___ GROCERIES, QUEENS WARE, - WOODEN WARK . YANKEE NOTION ’S, - * TOBACCO, — » .‘•■-■ .■■■■ a CIGARS, ■ K f . , FRUITS,Ac., Ac. Alio, a General assortment of <. BOOTS, SHOES AND GATERS. I design t*A»keep"only the'CHOICEST and JiEriT article«, and tl ;m fa _a Bujall Prolit For €«ab. MY MOTTO—Quick sales and small profits Saf _ - C<B. STILES LOOK AT THIS!! II. LIXDS a W aving iekm .’ nei . tly located at M o EM o V ts with r view of cunTjiiii’ ; the BuAÎne«« of -G« nf . eal - M e : CUXliiiistMa, 1 H am* prepanxl to supply the ’Commur ly wiui all ar ticles in ipy. line. ■ Mv S tock consists tt part of DRY-GOODS, Hoots, Siip.es, CROCKERY, 1 lats Hardware. Groceries, CLASSWARE School Books and Stationery! Books and Stationery Real Estate Dealer, New Goods ! Store I . — ALSO— MISCELLANEOUS READING.. jKéep constantly on hâîid C handler ’ s P atent W indow C urtain . ALL OF Will'll I wn-V «EU. LOW FOB Cash and Produce. MY MOTTO: *'M au . ITuirrre ar » Qtica R ltubns . tZ?“ I hared«« o »ale, ONF. IMPHOVF.D ‘•HAINES' HEADER.” Braaniw. PeatoIHee BuildiqjfMonineuth. ' ’-r . H. LINDSXYk Mbnmonth, Nov. 24ib, 1870. • .4- WANTED | XII POUNDS OF WOOL, ■ for which the highest CASH TRICE will l>e l»id by CKONB A WOLF. Independence, Polk Co., Oregon. School Books Blank Books Blacksmith Shop. 7 EOliGF. KRAMER, liaving built anew and M commodious sbo*> t tlie Aor*li«a«t cornet of the Public oqnare ’■ Monini ntli. is ready ' do, at short notice, and in Motet style, ill work in his line. Thankful to his friends for ormer patronage, he so licit« a continuance of the same. ( Stationery, Musical Frank 'Cook, BOOKBINDER >AND Blank Book Manufacturer, Instruments, BAL.KM, ORROON. H Sheet Music, etc- Pianos and Orgahs ... aving established a rbt class Book bindery in Salem, is now prepared Io do all manner of work known to the trade. Magazine a, Mrwupaper» and Mani«-, ~ , old " Bound in every style. B ooks R e bound . BhtWK hooka , of every ileecriptton, with or without printed heading», manufactured to order. BLA A KB, of every kind, ruled and pi in ted to order. ar* PRICE* REIMOWAI.E. Gray*» Building. Second story.