WEEKLY OREGON STATESMAN, TUESDAY, APjRIU 3, 1909. The Child's Eyes HERMAN W. BARRf 113 State St. Scientific Optician r either teachers nor parents can afford to neglect the child's eye visual sense. "Cross, eyes" t with children are frequently the result of muscular weak-, ness that may be overcome by wear ing: the right kind of glasses for a short time. ; :.- r 5t : Never "take chances" in hopes their eyes -will improve without attention. AVe make a careful examination and tell you frankly what is the best to be dene- ' ' . '. " Y We have a new instrument for test ing which shows the defect without asking any question. So even if the child cannot read we can fit it. FOR THREE MONTHS BKPORTS Or BEFOBM AND MCTE SCUOOLS. OEAf For the Last Quarter, Audited by the State Board Yesterday Condition are ' t Satisfactory. LOGAN BERRIES We have secured a "fine lot! of true Loganberrie tips, from Gus Fren- iard near Fairgounds.' They are a j cross, between the Ulackberry: and Red Raspberry and arc the largest and finest and most prolific berry extant, color dark red. ; ;.j-.:f V stock. These berries are propagated by Mr. Frcniard, and arc guaranteed true SAVAGE & REID, Seedmen 322 and 324 Commercial Street, North of P. 0. 5r ( MANHOOD RESTORED S'SSSK. bi VluiixT, thpr-iUfntfTrmrn French pit yak-tan, Will quickly cora jon of mil 53 f: f Palm ia Iko Bark,MMliMl KnlwiMu, KrrfMa sMsfeiltty, I'lmpk 1 lKlll liw.ibr 4y or night. l-rr;c-ii;-i iiitr.cn of ftiaclnirtrp, whirl. If not rlnckei I en 10 HnTiuBturrlKra end all tbo hornra of m potency. t'tTPlDKjrKciesnFMth llvrr. (ha ktiliHiyiiijd Uxa oritur onriuia of ail ImounUui. ' CCNDEXEiunttlmui Th rnwia ixiirnra sro im camf by Doctors b tec 30 jrrcnt are trooMM with ProstaMttln. CCI'I1 ENK U ouijr known nvrntr tonw mlUKXil n operation. X tentiiiioi.ii.la. A written riTf i ana monw rt'irm-i n (iMirsaxaiivi ececi a pernuuieiit cora. I UUi a txjx, lar I.UU , fc!vt r mic cfmilarand tf-tlraotil:i.. , V KuUiVOL HKUHINE Ith. i'.u floirKas Fraod3CO.Ctt. FOR SALE BY D. J. FRY, DRUGGIST. SALEM. QR. ma." Drt-MC. FwnDAVIAIfi TONE 11 ZINC ETCttINQ COLOR WORK- map-0 Wood iENQRAVINQ PHQTOQRAPHINQ eK. OK Of WGrttSI CRftDt, KEOJTI0N PK0fI. AND FWCIS COWCflTlBLt WITH BOTH FINE JOB PRINTING 'LEG AI BLANKS D00K WORK 266 Commercial Strict. STATESMAN JOB OFFICE SOHE j'CMOlCE TRACTS" Miles Out Ten acres in iuburst addition, a short distance cast cf the asylum, with good" house, barn, riuhuildings, hot-house well piped: .nice fruit trees ; good well. All'i n cultivation and finest of soiL Can be bought cheap. , j ? " io Acres Near Shaw station :n r.iitroad; new iVamc huusc; all i-n fruit; Italian Silver and Petite pruneJj apples, ears. cherries,' gooseberries, strawberries, etc. In h;f;h state -of .cultivation. $1,375. 20 Acres In same place; 15 acres house and outbuildings.! orchard, five Fine place. acres pasture, a eood $-'.500. $800 i Ten acres in same place, clobe to Shaw; all in fr uit of best vari ties, large and smallj licuse, barn, well, springs and stream. A choice spot . ! ! $1500 1 1- 1 38 acres in same neighborhood; 9 acres ance in grain, except some tiasture land. outbuildings. v goocf home, Several other small fruit tracts in that vicinity. n bearing orchard; bal Fair house, barn awl 320 Acres ! Eight miles from Salem; cne can be had ior Jj6.'5 ait acre., of the best farms in Polk county j m and aie Up Stairs in the Statesman Building, Office Suot. H. E. Bickers, of the re form S school. tiled his quarterly report, for the three mortUrs enUing March .list, -with the state iwara ot trustees for the reform school, yester day. and during the afternoon the board held mee'ting, received the re port, and autnted he bills. ,lb re port gives the following statistics: , No boys last report .... .... ....113 No reed, first commitment .... . 10 No returned from parole .... 3 Total .... ... .... ...i ....126 No -paroled during quarter .... ,. io No now. remaining .... ...... ....116 In discussing the work of the schoool Superintendent ' ; Bickers says nvc are well up witn our spring work on the farm and present condi tions of the growing garden, hay and grain crops are very good, ana give promise of a plentiful yield. All preparations are -made lor spraying the orchard as soon as the weather will permit. ' 'We have . a number of wood. chop pers at work, and -will soon- have a year's supply of wood orf hand cut from school lands. "Oil, the industrial and school de partments are doing as good and effi cient work as bur limited means will permit, and I am -pleased to report that all heads fof departments and officers of the institution are in hearty accord with the management and are'using their best endeavors toward the betterment of the conditoir. both mental and phys cal, of the youths under their supervi sion." - - The I expenditures for -the quarter are shown in the following, given, by items: . . . Breadstuffs '-. Clothing ...... ...... Groceries Salaries Farm and Garden . Hardware .... 1 House furnishings .... Meat and fish , Drugs,.... .... Medical attendance . Incidentals Postage . . .... Insurance Industrial teachers .... Fugitive account .... Repairing and paintinjr Shops School supplies tlcctric light plant Total .... .. . $13700 20I.2I 675.39 1627.50 330.10 37.45 6.40 492.54 ' 34 05 37.00 4390 20.00 100.00 76500 54-71 13400 160.4? , 47.55 739-55 - $5,643 65 FOR LAST MONTH have been laboring! undo- 4he impres- m Z T7 A QVT.TTUr Mil A T?Tl kw that the neouy of "effete Europe" I X JUULi CXtj UVailif are far behind the times. Lord Mayor I Ta-Ilon, in referring toT lb- idea tho ' .U .t:.. V. M h. nl.ra (nr RPPnRT HIT RRIr. J. r. rAMlltrtTII L'ii, plUUg tAAJI IUV 1 V W. I " - . " women, said) that it; is the duty ot man to make it a fit place for j the gentler srx. Ha eliri-es- ttiat the admission Uhat t'foe pfcwhng bootii ts unfit for, wo men is m it sell a disgrace. 1 he question1 ot female sunrage in this country has met decided opposi tion1 for nTatiy yearsj. Those wbo were (pionce5T m tne movement: were ridi culed, and 4heir c-fforts . j met over whelming oppositioi!!. Kvcelved and Audited Yesterday Coat of Keeping- Patients Wa SIO.73 1-X Tcr Month Each. BUE -womarr's rights 'seem to' be stronger in this country today than1 ev er before. Intelligent women are now TJe bord of trustees for the Oregon hospKtat for the insane liekl the rcguiat rncmliily meeting at tlie capitol yes terday afternoon, to receive and auit the reports and "bills eff Supt. J. F. Ca!- indictnient charged grand . larceny and larceny from a (building, and that the com erred in overruling tfhe demurrer to the duplicity. .The court holds that as tlie indictment charged larceny in ai, office, the specification necessarily in-i eluded simple larceny, and the value of tr.K property stolen having been aver-i red, no error was committed ; in over- mliiTg the demurrer. ; The defendant abo asked for a diatrge of venue,, which W3S denied, and this denial, is tirluUl that the court erred in allowing a co dt'fendant, who had entered a pica of guilty,) to testify against the dcicndaia at the trial The court holds- tivat one who was jointly indicted with-' a defend' am orv inai, out wno nad ciscred merrtbers of school boards . in j several breafh for the mortllf of -.-March; j"st jp!ea of guilty, is a competent witness -itie of the Emnire state! arkL ir one I-Closed. Qhc report of the superintend- showed affairs at the institution to be or nore of the iWestem states, women I arc filling responsible municipal bf- fices. y. I i - , .:S'. ' T4ie persTsten oriposition to woman suffrage can easily be explained. W6- rrranj in all 'ages, tias "been loved by marr; tut her fociaii comiition has been that of an aracirioi?. If asked today for an expression otf opinion regarding the socia stnlfcus of tlie sexes, man- will Mn'hesstatiiwly annonnce1 that he is the sturdy oak and; thart woman is tlie in cri n or vin i ! ry o , Man may still be the f'sturdy oak;" bufc it would seem) that ithe "clinging vine" s growing stronger each year in a very satisfactory condition. The financial report -Jhows the total expen- dtures for the month to be $6qjo.20, whtle the payroll aggregates. $5566.21. There were 143 officers and employes at the anstitution. ami the average num ber of patients per day was 1163 14-31, makintr the total number of ; persons, 1306 r4-3i. niiie cost -per capita of keep ing the patients per moivth is sbown to be $ 10. 73 Vt, and per day, 3463-100 cents. The mimber of patients received, oMod, eloped, and discharged during the ior uie sia'ie, ana mat no error -wai committed in this respect. The appeU late court having- found im error pre jwlicial to the defendant, the judgment of tlie trill court is aflirmcdi i and reaching oit itendrilsr whicih are I mon-feb, and the number remaining. Is occupying much ofj the apace formerly nxnkpolired by the sturdy oak. Woman s suffrage . wull le generaHy recognized in this 'country when, mam acknowledges that ithe gentler sex is not iniierior to- t'ne omer. tJiere are maTiy municipal and state offices which directly concern womenj Polities' will be -purified. By thoroughly iumigating the po!-ling places, tnerv will prepare fit polling places for -the women-. Gentle showw in the following statistics taken from the report:" i 'Mle. Fmle. No. patients- 'reb. 28th.. 700 368 No. ree'd in 'Mardl. .. .. 17 8 No. ret'd escapes....... 3 .. COSTS ON APPEAL. Judge J. j. Mi'r)hy, clerk of the supreme court"; yesterday filed tiis report ins the stair tfapartment. s-lvowing in detail the re- teuHi of lus ofiice. He collected, in January, fees aggregating $704. x: in rcumary, 41020. aim in 'Alarcli, Jjn?,- 45. Ine January and 1-cbruary coilec- tron were, herct-6ore. paid into the state treasury department, w'hile t5 amount collected in March was jester- way turned over to the treasurer. Tfi. 1167 13 AN A N N I VERS AiR Y. men. make way for Express. the ladies! -Albany WILL THEY i COMBINE? No. under care .810 376 No. disclig'd recovered.. 10 3 No. dichgd) much impvd 2 4 ?6 No. disclig'd, improved. 12 13 No. died 3 2 15 No. eloped 3 . . 3 Dischg'd ,died, eloped. . . 21 11 32 New York. March 31 Tlie fcirtcefl( an-n-ivcrsary of the founding at Cliicairo of t'lie eightJhour work day among the mnx:rs was ouserved as a holid.-iv t95 throughout th-2 country today by.-250.otib 13 miuers. 100.000 of whom are union mrii Big kmonstra:ioiis are being held in mining towns aud- cities. ' : L LAUNCHING. ! DEMOCRATIC AND PORl'HST COUKTY CONVE3TJON8 T1I1S WEEK. No. remaining ....... 798 ! 365 1 163 Average nunVber daily, 116314-31. j The case of supplies for the invita tion, as slhown by the financial state ment, is given- fociow. being segregated iccording to the various departments: Rumored Tnat ' Both Conventions Will Unite On a Non-Iartloon County .Ticket Iopullt Oetesat.es. Prof Gayton VVentz, superintendent of the school for deaf-mutes also filed his report for the quarter ending March 31st, and the state board received the same and audited the bills of the school for the month. The report is given below J 'There were present, at the begin ning of the quarter sixty pupils. twenty-nine girls and thirty-one boys hikj' the quarter two boys returned home, lea vinjr a present enrollment of fifty-eight. ;T he general health of the school has only been fairly good. Aside from a case or two ot rncumattsm, quinsy and tonsilitis, the general ailment was of the nature of severe colds, and mild forms --of' lagrinne which is now going through the school. we nave planted- out a small or chard' of miscellaneous fruit about 150 trees. "Besides the regular mending, which increases as the year draws to a close, the girls have made a number of arti cles, the principal items of which are: 12 navy blue gymnasium dresses, smrt waists. 9 aprons, 5 dresses, 15 sheets, 9 pillow cases, 2 fancy drawn work side-board covers, and 13 fancy drawnnwork sofa.pillow covers. "The result of the mid-year examina tion, on the average, was good. "I he grove nearest the main build ing is betng cut away for, sanitary reus 011s, and the wood obtained there- Irmn is being rut up for use at the schftol the comine year. "The total expense for the quarter is G ASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind Ycu Kayq AIw3jj Boagfit Bears th ' yrfi, VZ. " Signature of La&4!Uc4U4i SONG OF THE UMBRELLA. D ; i . r - ? i p drip. drip! The April days have come, and me you'd 'lxHter take, whenever you leave j home, for when dSie sin is sh;ing j bright, and down the street ; you trip, an April shower may come up, D j . ' j 5" ' . r ' j!" ' '.' i d r i P drip I I R ELA ND'S WOM EN. Municipal Lessons From Europe and Woman's Ballot. An interesting article on "Municipal Lessons from Europe" was recently -included ia the edrtorial columns of the Atlanta Constitution. Ir cons-idcrs municipal ownership and jts advant ages, and gives' the opinion of Hon. D-r.:el Tallon, mayor of the city of Di'blin, on women inl politics. The -American, public does not seem :o understami lthat in- Ireland, female suffrage is row a fixed principle. Un der the new local government aci women vote in- every election save one for members of parliament. They can alro hokl any office except membershin in parliament. . . nits announcement will astonish many persons in the United States who fusion oi the Democrats and Pop tilists of Marions coiunty, styling them selves the "refc-rm iparty. though nom inaly called a "citizens: " ticket, : will ery probably be the result of the county conventions) of ithose parties to be held 1-riday and Saturday, respec tively, of this weekt Kecertc developments! add color to the report and there is little doubt but that the rumor, will -prove properly based. It is reported both- parties will probably name legisla-tive candi dates but the selection of a county ticket will be of a -nonpartisan char acter. In fact, it has-been further re ported tha't the two political conven tions to be held thjs week will endorse certain of the candidates on the Repub lican county ticket and supply Ithe rc maining positions with- the best avail able men from amlong the two parties interested. Anotther circumstance that makes the probability of a union f ionic kind likety, is. the holding of the conventions successively.- At .any rate the conventions of Friday" and Saturday will be awaited with Kitchen and dinin-g room. $245 7 'Male department , 421 45 Female department . , . 222 4 3akery. . i . 363 76 Laundry. ................ 50 o Hnzine room 268,61 Farmgarden and dairy 699 $6 Stable. . 11 79 Repairs. . .... 141 49 lrug .store 20063 Sewing room 234 io Centre 'building 67 60 Office 8 46 West -CottaRC ; 20 EaV-t Cottage go S'.anlcy farm 1655 39 Expenses. . 89 f& Iniirmary. 1 19' 68 Carpenter s'h-op 22 75 Factory 34 27 Tailor shop 01 4 Total. . .$6929 29 St. Nazaire, France, 'March .li-.l'rcs- ident Loubet wajs -present at the launvfj-.. ;g of the Tra'ns-Atlan-tic Coinpanvis steamer Savole here today. 3 The Si- vole is tlie largest steamer ever 6uit in a French yaHi and is intended for. the American- service. BRYANr SPOKFJ.! Nort'h Yakirha. larch 31. J. Bryan spoke 1iere this at'tern-oon tt 3500 pec.i!c. This evewng h& was ten dered a banquet, at wltichF jspeeclK!?'.' were made by Governor Kojrers. Siwl tor Tunier. ex-Oongrcssma:v Jones, and Attorney General Vance. j HAS SURRENDERED. I ; j ' iManila, March 31. The .Chinese gen eral. 'Pana. -w!k has been' terrorizintr and devastating-the'' province Uf Panay, has surreiwercd at logaspi to ;linca dier General Ko3A)e, wha-is bringing him to Manila. A CONSUL RESIGNS. I z: Q al-iy more than ordinary interest. In the Peoples Party "primaries held last Saturday for the purpose of select ing 222 delegates ito; the county con mention, which will Jc hckl eft the p- era house on I-riday. both the fusion and anti-fusion faqtions ot the party participated. I- Thjre; were no contests' in any of the precincts. a com nromise having beens effected by the se lection 'of re!5rf etitatives 'of b'!i factions for ; delegates. The Holt V clder 'wing of the rhrty in this conn-' ty. realizing the cjxfremc hopelessness of acconrplishing anything ly their in dividual action, have evidently receiv ed some .insurance Jrhat a nrovement for retrenchment j and reform," for which they have prayed incessantly, is to be inaf geratcd land will go into the crnvention and lirnt their 'inllucfic towards securing jcowent rated action in that direc'i-on. i Delca"es from tht precincts to -far as. have been rcportid are as follows: South Salem. Earl Jory; C. L. Weaver, iMillon prown, . Colgan. John (rayh.-;m, ' bi A. Mclntyre. J V. Grirtcn. Dec Abbay, Htiiry Johns. Joe IJrcssier, v.. iUMyng. , North Salem. -R. R. Ryan. T. Clark. Geo. Jacolk. Jtbn Huffman. K. Ferguson. Win. Miller. O. Hutchins, C. O. Brewster, F. Beatty. - . Yew Park J. C- Webb. Isaac Wa nrr. A. .M. Ulmstpn. 1J. Mmw. Hi 1 Cleveland. J. Dumas. M. Stanton. ' Jefferson. J. AY. Pate, H. N. Bullis. J T. Curl. A CfjLibby. B. F, Black- well, T. A. Cooper, W. F. Jones. In the precinct's. Saturday the for mation of a ticket was discussed to some extent .and in many instances resolutions were passed recommending a union ot rciorm . forces. After considerable . diciission.i tlie Ponui- lists in four precincts recommended the iollowing ticket : tor - the consideration of the convention: " i: Ior Representatives. J. . Torv. of Ankeny; ;Gco. LJ Brown, -of Stay-ton R. R. Ryan. North Salem; J. B. Dim- ck, Hubbard; Isaac Stevens. Howell l'raine. County Judze.-4-N. I. ludah. nf S.V. lem. Sheriff. John iAssessor-T-T. Y verton. . "t Surveyor .-nS. R. Bin ford, of Salem. County School' SuDerihtendent. Prof. O. J. Garland, of Salem. ; Cohnty Ccmmi5sio.ncr. D. E. Swank, of Aumsvillc. ; - ' Justice of the Peace. ( Salem Dis trict). J. R, Fairbanks. North Sttom iConstamV; L D.Mhtthews,Salenv Jr looking over the above list, it will be observed that no candid-e have been mentioned for the offices of eieric. treasurer oir recorder, while the hs-t contains thfc names- of ; four old veterans. What consideration an i hnar disposition he cutircntion may make of the recommendati outlined, remains! to be Men, XID HE. OR DID HE. MOTP1- T'iiat is tilM. nuestioii 10 be decided be fore Justice 11. A. Johnson in the jus tice department Wednesday in the case fof State or Oregon, s. bam Rantp. i Ir the complaint Ramp is charged witt ... f. ... . iL ;drivitff or rianig a nore uion uie ifi- icycle path 'between fealern and Aurora, on iuesday. Mreh 13th. the oimnlaiin- proi- ing witness being H. L. Beatty Rartip Washington, Alarch 31. I he-sii nation of J. C. Monoghain, United States Consul at Chcmcntz took eff--t today. He will sail from New j ork about the end of next month. 1 Isiy hrdid rxt ride upon the'paich and i r a . . 1. t 1 .1 will -ii gut t-ne case, navmg empioycu ?Bmihani & Martin, as counsel. The case, will be heard 'lxforc Justice Jtin- son afp. 10 o clock tomorrow mornirig TWO YEARS.--Slicriff Win. Holder of Shermiit county, Sirotrg'ht Bucli7. Mc GrouabiM to the penitventiary : last night un-cler a two years' -sentence for for gery. .-.-.': - ";. THOROUGHBREDS. THE TITLE IS VOID Wha! Bcs. you ypnng vixen! Now, Nellie, your foot i So hoop-lal You've got her? The beautiful brute! Iloll her in for a tnonientj .One hitch to my fjirth, I And I'm with you, my lass. 'For the ends of the earth. TIIK Sl'l'KKME COIKT SETS ASII)K A I SlIKKirf.S OKKO 3tatde a Number of i'enrs Ago-U age's l'rison Sentence of four j Tears Is, Affirmed. Now. .Duroc, my ber 'Be careful, dear heart! She is frc?h as tlie fountain. And rank for a start. "You fear mt?" oh, no. But you like your s-wect! And we'll give you a breathing! A'fiy! To. the-hills! Estcs. ' Mcacllan, cf Sil- ilte liad Van lrs Eatrht Bears g y) Queen Victoria's first her eyes came on- long before she "as cended the throne.; As a girl; she was nuite near-sighted.; and it was at one time feared be would have to wear J glasses all her lite, ' ;. TWo rmportant appeal ca.-es were de led by tlie state supreme court yes terday, opinions being lianded dofwn 'by the jurices as follows: Sanford' 5. Harris, ct al., rch sfAtwlen't, vs. Wm. Sargcn-t, appel lant; appeal from Polk county, 1JojI. GepTgt H. -Burnett, judge; aftirni etl. Opinion ty Oiief Justice C. -H. Wolvertoti. ! This was an action to recover real property. - Both parties alleged owner ship irt lee, and that they were entitled Uo possession. On N-ovcmber is. 1S84. W. M. Harris and wife conveyed rthc land to their children', the plaintiffs herein, by quit '.claim' recd. Sulisc- qucntly G. N. Towncnd, a ju-dgnient creditor of Harris, began a suit airaSrist Harris and wife and their children) to set aside the deed, and to subject ft he property to tlie satisiactrorr di ivs judg ment. -The summons wav issued land placed in the hands of the Sheriff of Benton county or service. Toe sheriff certified to having served' the papers on tShe minors and on their guardian. Mrs. Frances Harris-Kemp, and a copy of the comnlamt each on one of ithe minors and the guardian. Tlie defense having made, no appearance, tlie plain- SiU. townsend secured- judgment bytde- au.t, and tne property was- sold under Execution -to the defendant in-this case, Who obtained a sheriffs deed. When this case came up, plaintiffs secured judgment, and defendant appealed. The appelate court noun tnat taw oniv question presented is whether the!' de fendant acquired the legal tkle to: the premise in controversy by and through tne-s'ncTin s decct, and" its proper solu tion was whether the plaintiff were k 2- aify served with summons in the Suit. I he court find-s, from 'mc record, ft hat service was not legally made, and that, as a consequence, the judgment of; the conn "below was affirmed, the. shetjffs deed being- et aside and Held i tor MUgVlt." :- ; ;'-. - rrhe State of Oregon, respond ent, ' vs. Oti-s Sa-age, appellant; appeal from 'Wasco county, Hdn. AV. L. Bradshaw, judge; affirmed. tJpmion by Associate Justice v. A. Moore. ! Tlie -defendant wa-s indicted for' the crime of larceny, he with a confederate being- charged witllr stealing $14,000 irom the ofliee of the Pacific Express Co. vMj5 The Dalles, Wasco county,, on OtcciSer 13. loot- 'A demurrer ta tlie indictment, that it charged mote than one offense, -having been overruled, a plea of not guilty was entered, and the! defendant was tried, found guilty, and ! sentenced to imprisonment lor four Oh. bathe me. ye winds Of the withering downj! Brulv the scent of the "fiiiKtio.n,'' The faint of the towns! 'Whrtt rs art. to this nature! Or. wine, to this air! f What's a picture, to Nell f . And her bkoded bay mare! The April Scribner'j.; . J3 T O art jl, a., m The Kind Yob Haw Always Bocsr. Berit!i A Market Reports. The local market quotations yester day rere as follows:. Wheat 4 cents at the Salem Flour ing Mills Cos office. Oats 28 and 30 cents (buying). -HayCheat, buying" $8; timothy. $8.50 to $10. Flour 75 cents per sack. Mill feed Bran, $13; shorts, $15. Butter X2XA to vjc. Eggs 9xt and 10 cents, cash. Poultry Chickens 8c per pound. Pork Fat, 4l4 gross, net Beef Steefs, 44J4c; cos, iVM 3Hc, good heifer, 4c. Glutton Sheep, 4" on foot. Veal t7c dressed . ; I ' Potatocs2o(a2S cents. - : -'""L S. C. STONE, M. U. I Proprietor pf ; ' ' STONE'S DRUG STORES SALEM, OREGON. TUm. 2- Miimivpi arc lo- cated at No. 235 -and 3.J3 Cornmerciaf street, and are well stocked with complete line . of drugs and medicines, toilet"; articles, perfumery, brushes, etc, etc., etc . ' ; ;- DR. STONE Has had some 25 years experience In : the practice of medicine; and now makes no charge for consultation, ex- years, lire defense contended that the animation or prescription.