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jfiVJJTLNG CAJ?L'rjLJU JOCJBN-Alo WED2TESDAY, ATJG-TJST 9, 188W,
THE CAPITAL J0DRK1L
FilBMHHED DAILY. JSXCEFT 80WDAY,
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
lAatOfflec Block ComaxercUl Street.
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OUR SECOND WORLD'S FAlB LETTER.
Chicago, Ills., July 31.
Tbe attendance at tbe fair -seems to
be just Urge enough for the comfort of
all. Either the epace ia inexhaustible
or th crowd adjusts itself to suit the
capacity of the grounds.
That is more to see than any Hying
being can take In In three months, but
happily no one cares to eee It all.
We have been here but a few days
from Iowa and are Just beginning to
get a general Idea of ihe grounds and
buildings. Of couwe we have been U
the Oregon exhibits In the horticultural
building, as well as to the agricultural
display. The former is In charge of
Mr. Black of Salem superintended bj
Claire Irvine, the efliclent secretary.
The sbowloe of fruit In quality Is aope-
Inr tn .no On thfi fffOUDdS. but Of
course It Is lacking in the matter ol
quality which bo generally charactei
izes the displays of California and otlur
slates. It Is to be regretted that nu u
and maasiveness carry so much moie
weight with the average observer than
quality but such teems to be the
case. Our state should have more
of Its supsrb green fruits sent In from
day to day, as there Is very little If any
here to equal it.
In the Agricultural department Bupt.
Wm. H. Bavage has made an excellent
record for putting up a good display
with very little means at bis command.
Our cereals must certainly carry ofl the
highest honors, as there la no gram
here of as fine straw or kernel. Other
wheat states, however, will try todown
Oregon's superior grain because it
Is not aa hard as some, for they certain
ly cannot compete with It in size, yield
or beauty of color. But there are 70,
000 diplomas to be distributed among
40 states, so the coast will probably get
some recognition. Marion county has
without a doubt aa good a display as
any county from any state In the
Union. This may sound like a strong
statement, but I cannot doubt It, In
bops, grain and fruit she stands at the
head, and In many other branches
shows excellent products.
There are electrical and pyrotechnic
displays every evening which excel in
brilliancy and grandeur anything of
the kind ever attempted, and one gets
so much for the price of admission that
he Is ready to expect almost anything
that Is marvellous. The sight of the
buildings from the outside would alone
repay any person who can allord It to
eome. For manyyearB Chicago has
hurl mnnv mammoth structures, hut
these excel all attempts of the past, and
when It Is considered that thoy have
aearly all been planned and built with
In two years, it Is doubly surprising.
Ono of the buildings that attracts the
greatest attention for Its size Is that
erected for the chlldreu. In this child
ren can be left for the day. Here a
mother can put in her Inlani and have
It cared for a whole day for 25 cents,
The older ones are provided with kln
rfercrartsn nrivlleees. when for half a
day they are as well taken care of as at
a homo tchool. It Is a great sight to
see a family of 60 or more babies all un
der one roof, and must certainly bo a
great privilege to the poor mothers who
want a day's freedom to see the lair.
A. P. Hokkr, Jr.
HELP THE TRESS.
Headers of the JouitNAh who are at
all In arrears, and there are not many,
should see to It thut their accounts
with the office are squared,
Wo are giving tho people-tho cheapest
dally and weekly In OrcKOii. Wo are
giving them a paper independent of
cor no rat Ions, banks, politicians or
rlugs. We shall require a new press
New Years coming. Wo would Ilka all
to settle their balances.
We do our bulnes on cloeo margins,
White naoer and labor ore cash. We
have no large or fictitious profits to rely
upon. It should be tho duty of every
one getting tho benefit ofsuchauen
tatpriae to meet it half wny.
SALKM NOT HULUINU.
Tho attention of tho state is called to
the fact that Salem mid Marlon county
are pot hogging everything. They are
not hogging any of tho state fuuda, for
lostauce, In tho way that Portland Is
hogging 1-300,000 of state funds.
They are uot hogging anything like
Douglas couuty which has uot paid Its
state tax and whoso country treasurer
Is short some twenty thousand dollars
in his accounts,
It U tlrao for some of the virtuous lu
dlgnatlon Iu those regions at Hatew
hogging It all, to r-ubslda long enough
to pay what, they owe.
gdatnous Liver Regulator la un excel
lent remedy fur dyiwplft.l Master
Ou, slirlrt of Bibb Co., Oa, ,
KOBE HONESTY WANTED.
If the Oregonlan that Is alwayshowl- Mr. Hudd lesion of Jefferson .has
In about the dishonesty of pensions rented the Marlon warehouse ofHad
and about honest money politics would ley, Wlilte & Co., and will put bis son
apply a few of Its prlnclplea'among the in-law, Mr. Holt, iu, charge of the bus
Portland bankers and public men who Iness here this year,
have (300,000 of stale funds in biding, J. L. Furnbam has bis new bouse
it would do the state a great favor. about completed. It Is a .very neat llt-
It Is a downright piece of Imperti- tie house, and he hta a nice picket
nenceto talk about the necessity of fence in front, altogether adding much
more honest money and then not real to tbe appearance of thingsin that part
ize the necessity of honestly accounting of town.
for such money as the people have pala
over In taxes and are robbed of the nse
of It at Portland.
More honesty la wanted right at
Portland. That city and county owe
the state J300,00u taxes. The state war
ranto draw 8 per.ccnrintereet, and that
money fa'probablyidrawlng-lp or12 per
cent in Port!andbsnk,.4and jobbing
the state of f200Oa month, besides
keeping hundreds ofaaen Idle, and
probably used, to buy stato warrants
.with. .Give us more honesty, gentle
men. SUfiOfcSTED COjIMENT.
Here Is a bard hit by one Grover
Cleveland: "The wage-earner la the
first to be Injured by a depreciated cur
rency and the last to receive the benefit
jf its correction."
While other towns are dead, banks
ousting and factions closing, Balem la
olng ahead. She opened a new saloon
aud a tobacco store the past week.
There Is such a crowd in the mount
ains, and at the seashore, it Is doubtful
If the air la aa pure in those places as It
What does the Oreguulan say of the
morality of collecting $300,000 of the
people's money and then not paying
it over to the state? Isn't it a littlo ofl
The Portland Oregouian baa always
been very severe on populists, nausis,
Inflationists, silverltes and everybody
uot perfectly goldbuggisb in thelrflnan-
clal theories. But what does It think
of its sheriff and banks using nearly
$300,000 of public taxes that was due
the state months since and bos not
been paid. Is that populism, or flatism,
or just stealing.
legend tells of
An old legend tells of two lovers,
walking by the river Rhine. The lady
begged her suitor to pluck a little pale
blue flower, growing on the bank. In
doing so, he fell Into the water and was
drowned; but, while sinking, he threw
the flower to her, aud cried: "Forget
me not !" Thousands of women will
never forget what Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription has done for them. It is
prepared specially toeur ethoae diseases
from which they alone sutler, aud of
ten in alienee, rather than consult a
physician aa periodical pains, weak
back, prolapsus, aud all uterine trouble.
Purely vegetable, and guaranteed to
give satisfaction lu every case, or mon
The carpenter will soon have the
belfry on our school building com
pleted. Cbas. Bhelley, of King postolnce,
brought down a load of lumber for re
pairs ou the warehouse, last week.
Goo. Massey finished cutting wheat
A large number of our citizens at'
tended the quarterly meeting at North
Mr and MrsN. Bwander burled their
infant child Sunday.
8. W. Jones Is hauling in wheat, the
first of the season.
forma nf nervous debility
li meutiml yield
to the ma of Carter' Irvu
1 Hit. Tiiom who are troub ed wild nervous
weakness, nlgtit kwuits. etc., should try them.
ltacknchoUalm si Immediately relieved by
wrurlnif uneof ( nrlr'i Hmart eedand llella
donna Backache i'lua'era. fry one abd be free
iram pin. race cents.
For any case ot nervousness, sleeplessness
weak stomach. Indigestion, dyspepsia, try
Carter' Little Hrno rills. HellKfi sure. The
only nerve medicine tor too price in market.
Itussol, Gentry and Walker started
their threshing maoblnes last Saturday
at John Gentry's, aud threshed 60 acrca
of volunteer oats, which yielded 20 bu.
M. 8. Norton has had his old barn
that was lu town removed and put up
near his house. A, E. CadwetJ aud
Mr. Lewestou did the job.
Ed. McCann was in town Monday
afteruoou aud reported that Forcythe
& Hunter's barn caught flro from sparks
from their sawmill engine, Monday
morning aud was burned to the grouud
together with 6 tons of hay, their bar
nws and several other things. They
only Just had time to save their borne.
The Marion school board has em
ployed Miss Mary Ktily to leach the
fall and winter term of school begin
ning Sept. 18 and continuing five
mqnths. The report lu last week's
Journal thut J M Wlnslow hadteen
employed to teach here was a mistake.
He never applied for the qotiool at Mar
lou, but has gone east and hat been
chosen as prluolpal of the ScolUvllle
schools Iu MltcbuU county, Kanes..,
Ilev. Wyait occupied the pulpit In
Friends' church last SibUtU at 11
I o'clock, A. M. Rev. Scott preached In
I the evening.
do not nauseate or
HOPS AND CEOPS.
The Hungariao minister of agricu'
ture has Issued a statement showing
that there will be a decrease of about
4,500,000 hundred weights in the wheat
Farmers who can do so are advised
to bold their crops. Matters cannot
grow mucn worpe tnan tney are ana
may easily get better. In the mean
time read the One Cent Daily.
Portland Telegram; Offers are now
being made of 15 to 18 cents on bop
aud it is expected that the price will
go higher. Richard Jeffs, president of
the Seattle Hopgrowers' Association,
who baa recently been In the city, says:
"The outlook is excellent with us, and
we expect to get 2 or 3 cents more on
our.bops. Tne crop is short in England
and Germany, and that means that we
will get several millions of foreign mon
The Mark Lane Express says: "The
British wheat crop is now estimated
at 7,000,000 quarters. This leaves 21.
000.000 to be imported. Deducting
stock left over from 1892 there will be
needed 19,000,000 quarters. It isn't
easy to see where this supply Is to come
from. It will take all the good crops
of Russia, India, Southeastern Europe
to fill British requirement. In the
meantime foreign wheats are neglected.
California is quoted at 29i 3d per quar
ter." QOVEENMENT REPORT.
Fall wheat aud oats harvest are turn
ing out better tbau was expected. The
warm weather of ten days ago caused
the fruit to ripen, and now the apples,
peaches and plums are coming Into
market. The codlin moth and hop
louse have been developed under the
influence of the warm weather, and
spraying Is being generally resorted to.
The bops have been remarkably clean
so far this year aud many growers
hoped to secure their crop without
spraying; but for clean hops spraying
will have to be practiced.
If you are dull aud stupid you are
bilious ana need a tonic, lane bim
nions Liver Regulator.
DOWN GO THE RATESI
The Union Pacific now leads with re
duced rates to eastern points, and their
through car arrangements, magnific
ently equipped Pullman and .Tourist
sleepers, free reclining chair car and
fast time, make it the best lime to trav
el. Two trains leave from Portland
dally at 8:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The
rates are now within reach of all, and
everybody should take advantage of
them to visit the world's fair and their
friends in the east. Send for rates and
schedules of trains, and do not purchase
tickets until after consulting Boise &
Barker, agents, Salem, Or.
W. H. Hormjuht,
Ass't Gen'l Rags. Agent, U. P.,
What do you Take
Medicine for? Because you are sick
and want to get well, or because you
wish to prevent illuess. Then remem
ber that Hood's Sareaparilla cukes all
diseases caused by impure blood aud
debility of the system. It Is uot what
Its proprietors say but what Hood's
Sursopurilla does, that tells tbe story
Of its merit. Be sure to gut Hood's,and
vegetable Hood's Pills 25
$100 Reward, $100.
Tbe readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that them Is at least
one dreadful disease that scleuoe has
been able to euro lu all its stages and
that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
the only positive cure now known to
tne medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, require a cou
Btllutlnnal treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken Internally, actlug directly
upon tbe blood and mucous surfaces of
tbe system, thereby destroying tbe
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient Btrvimth by building up tbe
constitution, aud assisting nature In
doing Its work, The proprietors have
so much faith In Its curative powers,
that they oiler Ono Hundred Dollars
for any case that it falls to cure. Bend
for list of testimonials.
Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., To
ledo, O. r3od by druggists, 75c,
la rUiac a runOr of ata ehlldrw. y only
rm4r tar Cou, Cold usl Group m oolon
rrutv ltljuiMfreti tc-4rulirufonr
r& as. K ms (TMda&tlorM U Dr.
uiQu'aOiitaaSjrrup, which Ulrdr prrr4
nJ mar plMuat o lb tt. Soltrrbr
Urci feolUM (0 esat. Tak as aUUtet tot Ik
Bold by Batkett VauBlype.
Stricken Down with Heart Diseace
Dr. XOea Xe&teal Co,, XU&art, Xnd.
GrrrtzxEir: I feel It vtj tajr. as trellM a
benefit recefxed Iron p. Uiur FL-roiTive
Rem coin. I w stricken down with Jltart
Jtiseate and la complications, a, rapid poise Ysry.
inzfrotaSO to H3 temper minute, a choking cr
burning "-" la ta wind pipe, oppression
rion of the heart and below lower rib, pain inUje
and general detfllrr. The arteries to ny neck J
would tarobTtolenur, the throbbing of mj heart 1
octua do neara mcrora m irgo iwu ivtr
thate ny whola body. I was ao nerrons thatl
conld not bold ny band steady. J Ar oe
undrr I ha tratrit of ttnftunt TVtftant,
an A ar tajei gallon ef Patent MediMnm
wtfKnut tho 1 ? A mart recon.
Bended ytrar remedies, ihe wss cured by Dr.
Miles' remedies IbstTe taken , tntm
ihrrc bnules of yourMrw fj II W H Yj
Heart Cure and two bottles Tfm JTJZ.
.ix-Hrx. Mr nnlM la normal. I hare no mors
Tioient throbbing of Ihabtart. i m wcu. u n
I tSneerelT recommend weTTCflethsrmptoas
of Heart Xiaeasj to Wis Jr. ViU' Btttora
Or" BnM and bo cured. .,
GrpsomCIty.Kans. L. L. Cxmool
SOLD OH A POSITIVE CUARANTCC
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
old by 1). J. Fry, druggist, Bafem
Doctor prescribed :
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Salem, August 9, 4 p. m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going fa
press were as follews:
BALKM PRODUCE MARKET.
Peas and beans-8 to 10 cents a gallon.
Raspberries black 41.
Blackberries wild oOcts. a gallon;
tame 0 cts. box.
Peaches 70 to 80 cts. a basket.
Veals dressed 4 cts.
Hogs dressed 6 J to 6.
Live cattle 2 to 2.
Sh ep alive 51.50 to $2.00.
Spring lambs Jl 50 to $2.00.
Salem Milling Co. quetes: Flour
in wholesale lots S3.20. Retail $3.60.
Bran $17 bulk, $18 sacked. Shorts $19
and $20. Chop feed $19 and $20.
KAY AND GRAIN.
Oats 40 to 45 cents.
Hay Baled, new $8 to $12; old $10 to
$14. Wild In bulk, fO to vs.
Barley No demand except for feed.
Apples 75c to $1.00 a bushel.
Wool Best. 10c.
Hops Small sale, 15 to 17c
Eirgs Cash, 18 cents.
Butter Beat dairy, 25; fancy
?h(HAA 13 In IS rtfl.
Farm smoued meats Bacon 12J;
bams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes new. 60c to 60c.
Ouions1 to 2 cents.
Beeswax 34c Caraway seed, 18c
Aulse seed, 2iSc. Ginseng, $1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Green, 2 cts; drv, 4 cts; sheep pelts,
75 cts to $1.25. No quotations on lure.
Chickens 7 to 10 cts; broilers 10ol2J;
aucK8, l'Jj: turkeys, slow Bate, cnoice,
10 cts; geee slow.
Grain, Feed, etc
Flour Standard. $3.40: Walla Walla,
$3.40; graham, $3.00; superfine, $2.50
Oats hlte,45o per bushel, grey, 42c;
rolled, in bags, $u:(n)U.OB; c-arreis,
WJbOG.75; cases. $3 75.
Hay Best, $l517por ton; common
Wool vallev. 10 to 12c
Mlllstutrs-Brau. $17.00; shorts, $21;
ground barley. $26(e24: chop feed, $18
per ton; whole feed, barley, 8085 per
ceutal: inldilllng, $23fe:2f per ion; urew
ing barley, D005o per cental; chicken
wheat. $1 22l,24 per cental.
Hops 10 to J8o.
25e; fancy dairy, 1720c; fair to good,
io(aiuc: common, t-ju perpouuu,vvaii
fornla. 35)44o ner roll.
Cneerm Oregon, 12; Eastern
twins, 10c; Young Atuerlcau, 16c per
perpouud; California nais, no.
Poultry Chlckeus.old,$5.00; broilers,
large, $2.OO03.Oo; ducks, old, $4.50
6,00; young, f2.504.00; geese, $8 (X
turkey, live, 12c; dressed, 15c, per M,
BAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
"NY00'? Oregon Eastern choice, 12
16o; do Inferior, 0llo; do valley, 14
PotatoesNew Erly Rose, 60c80;
banks. $ W(S .00 per cental.
Onions 7585o per cental for red.
and $1.001 2ii for sllversklna.
for good quality and 83o for choioe;
Drawing, uomi ij per tvniai,
OAts-MihW. $1.45G1 62: fancy feed
$1 451 62); good to elioloe,$l.&i1.45;
common to fair. $1 101.25; gray I1.S0
Ml; black, $1.10l.i per cental.
Tn Sea4I AsMtksa EqolTl,n.t vt OIwmL
"You may call the average South
car Central American of the higher
j classes Mcctor" with as much certain
ty of maHns the title fit asj-'colonel'
to a .nenrocioan. saio. mos r . An
derson of Boston.
"Americans hare undonbtedly no
ticed that most of the prominent men
who have visited here voluntarily or
in. exile have the prefix' 'Dr. before
their names. Also, that many of the
presidents of these republics are ap
parently physicians, for instance Dr.
Nunez, president of Colombia. But
they are not all physicians. Law
yers in these countries graduate with
the degree that entitles this prefix,
and if our own Chauncey Depew
should visit there he would be con
sidered a lawyer. Many go through
college just for this honor, having
no intention to practice law or medi
cine. "The standard of education is
higher than we suppose and tho col
legiate courses much more rigorous.
In theology the student spends four
years in college, medicine five years
and law peven years or double the
time required here to graduate.
Again, while a physician may pass
an examination to practice in a de
partment or district in a republic, he
must pass a higher examination to
practice in the entire country. Prac
titioners coming from this or other
countries must also pass an examina
tion before being admitted to prac
tice, and interstate or foreign diplo
mas are not recognized as here."
A South American City.
The old town of Asuncion presents a
half oriental, half mediaeval, appear
ance, its few splendid palaces, -which
belong to tho late dictators and their
families and favorites, sandwiched
among huts of mud and cano, with
bark roofs and one window apiece.
Palms, bananas, passion flowers and
other tropical plants and blooms
abound, but you meet few people, and
those are mostly women. The grassy
streets have a sad, deserted look, con
stantly reminding one that tho sons
and husbands and lovers and broth
ers perished on the battlefields or
died of starvation in hiding or rot
ted in prison, as thousands did who
were ignorant even of whajt they
were accused or were tortured and
murdered by the three tyrants who
ruled and ruined the country.
Here women do the work that in
other parts of the world is monopo
lized by the stronger sex, such as
cleaning the streets, loading the
ships, driving the ox carts, cultivat
ing the fields, carrying on the mar
kets, etc., and it is said that during
the long, hard war they made the
best and bravest soldiers. Naturally
where men are in the proportion of
one to seven they are at a higher
premium than elsewhere, and in Par
aguay they are figuratively kept in
cotton wool by their admiring female
relatives. Fannie B. Ward's Letter.
Work of an Indignant Small Boy,
The other day a young girl in one
of tho down town stores invited a
few of the girls to her home. It was
to be a girls' party, and the young
men were not in it Exception was
made, however, in favor of the little
brother. But the youthful scion of
the familjrwas indignant He didn't
see any fun in a crowd of girls and
managed to play a game on them.
The following morning the girls were
horrified at seeing a paragraph in ono
of the daily papers. He sent a notice
to every editor m town to the effect
that "an old maid convention" was
held at their home (giving his Bis
ter's name and address in full) to
promote good fellowship and boy
cott all male friends. Ho invented a
board of officers for tho occasion, in
which every one present figured, and
described tho entertainment as in
cluding whistling solos and high
kicking. Tho old maids are still in
their teens, and as for high kicking,
they are perfectly shocked at the
idea. Boston Globe.
Tho buffalo in tho United States is
a bison; the partridge of Michigan
and pheasant of Pennsylvania and
other states is a ruffled grouse;
tho rabbit so plentiful in the mar
ket at times, is a hare. Both species
of grouse, tho ruffled and the pinnat
ed, are called pheasant, partridge
and patnge, and the pinnated grpuso
is universally referred to as the prai
rie"chickon. Prairie chickpn is not a
bad name for tho pinnated grouse,
for it is originnl and does not con
found it with other birds, but it is
pot right to uso tho names partridge
and pheasant when referring" to our
grouse, for theso are tho correct
names of European specimens.
Raiting Clieitnuta For Food.
At the suggestion of the national
authorities wnobelievo that chest
nuts can be profitably raised as an
article of food, several farmers of
Berks county have engaged exten
sively in tho cultivation, of tha fruit
One farmer has' SO acres in almost
bearing condition, and ho believes
they will becoroo as popular .in a few
years, as an article of diet as either
wheat or corn. Philadelphia Times.
What He WanUd.
The Wife Ba careful, sir. I'm los
ing my temper.
Tho Husband For boavensake,
go ahead and lose it and don't try to
1 AM it apata. Tru&
It is the small annoyances, like a lost collar
button, that fret and worry. Sour milk over
night; no milkman in Ihe morning; no cream
forthe coffee; no milk lor the baby; The
Gill BQBDEN EAGLF BRAND
I It TJ
for tearcoffee and chocolate; for-ice cream, sum.
mer drinks and general cooking purposes.
Your Grocer and Druggist sell H.
This Country is full of fat, ifccallby
Completed,and ready to'wait on cofltomer&t vHoreeet board eth by day or- week
at reaso'nableJpricea.f Wd 'keep a. -mil lin Track", fDrays'Hnd Hxpre&ato
meet-all-demands. Also-keep tbe finest StallliWlnltbls coBBtvfor wnlce.
Barn and residence 2 block soath of poatofilce. RYAN k. CO.
If "you would be clean and have your clothes done up in
the neatest and dressiest mannor, take them to the
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY
where all work is done by white labor and in the most prompt
manner. COLONEL J. OLMSTED,
I ' 1 h A I
From now until' further-notice we -will, sell' our entire stock
Consisting of men and boy's clothing, hats, caps, underwear,
etc. Arejall marked down.
ALL NEW GOODS
We have no old shelf-worn stock and make thisextraordinary
inducement to. our .patrons
We must reduce our stock of gqodsiand such bargains were
never before offered. Come in ai.d examine our large and
selected stock. We will please you in quality ol goods and
SFOW COMMENCES TODAY.. ADMISSION FKEE.
GEO, W. .JOHNSON & SON, Tk Clothiers.
JVO. 257 COMMERCIAL STREET.
Wood taken" in exchange for clothing.
OREGON STME UOHMflt SEfloS
The leading Normal School of the Northwest 8trone Profewlonnl nd
Academic Courses, and well organlxed Model School for Practical Trolnlne
Normal.Advanced Normil, Business, Music, and Art Departments, Btttrfiful and healthful
location Light Expp-K8 S!$ns.
TheNormal baa enjoyed a Uady growth during the pt year, rcc"D&2?
enrollment of over 400, to largMt In it bittory. -New meiabm have "!
added to the faculty, new apparatu eupplled, and tbe course of study revi
and strengthened. The graduates are In demand to fill good positions.
THE DIPLOMA ENTITLES THE HOLDER
to teach In any county la tbe State without further examinations.
TXXM8 AJTD XXFXmtU.
n. Normal, f 9 par term
; Busings 6'J6 per term.
leasees, juBinM jpdsb pec term, uoara ai rxoi'Biai aiEMug ui , 7a
week. Rooms from 60o per week (unfurntebed), taf 1,00 and K?5 furnUDe
Board and lodging In private famllw UQ to UQ0 per week. Tuition, bray1'
lodging and hooks kM than 1150 per year. Conservatory of muIo. Tnrw.
courwa araoflered In Vocal and Instrumental Mualc. Tuition, flO per term
Monmouth la easily accessible from all parta of the Btrte, twelve ml5 &"
the Htate Capital, sixty mlJea south of Porflapd, Catalogues cbeerfuHy eB,po
Attn P, L. CAMFSELL. Prea., or
7-17dtwlaa H, 6BEDD, Sac o Faca
is alwaysready fonuse. Use it
babies raised' on the fjl$ brand
of taa vretks; Seb-Noraaal 5 00 1 per tt r w
Board at Noraial dinJog ball .?
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