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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL.
I'OBLIHUED DAILY, EXCE1T BUtfDAY,
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
I'.HtOIIlce lllock Comtncrclal Btreet.
- - Editors.
lally, by carrier, per month,
Imlly, by innll, rr year
Weekly, 8 pages, per year,
WITH POOR GRACE.
Following frota the Roseburg Review
conies with poor grace, from acouuty
that has not paid Its; state tax and
whose treaturer Is a defaulter.
'Salem papers are beginning to real
Iza that the hoggishness of -that town
has thoroughly aroused the people all
over the state, and it- Is now very prob
able, no matter how the Soldiers' Home
case la Anally decided, that but one
more session of the state legislature will
be held in that place."
Unless Douglas aud some of the oth
er counties that talk so much about
the " hogglshnea? " of this part
of the state pay their taxes there will
be no more sessions of the legislature
anyhow, Thlscotinty has paid Hastate
tax, but that Is Inrely enough to sup
port the crlmlnlals and insane sent here
from some countlei that haye not
OREGON EUUU.U'IO.NAL. EXHIBIT.
Inter Ocean Aug. 2: One of the most
Important features presented to visitors
Is the magnificent educational exhibit,
now fully open and complete, in the
department of liberal arts Nearly all
of the states and territories are credit
ably represented. Particularly are the
most distant states well represented,
from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and ol
these no exhibit is more attructlve than
that presented by the state of Oregon.
Its specific characteristics are numer
ous and many of them unique, and at
once bold the attention of the passer
by. In the department of ornithology
there is a magnificent display of all the
gamo birds of Oregon elegantly mount
ed. There ure free-hand and mechani
cal drawings and photograph work il
lustrating all features of public school
work through the several grades. Of
the higher institutions of learning the
State university, the Htuto Agricultural
college uud the Willamette university
lead in their exhibits. The entiro ex
hibit is a splendid tribute to tlio enter
prise skill and ability of the teaohers
and schools of the Web-foot state.
A man who would
ought to go to jail.
steal only $25
The overland train lias now as many
stops as a new-fangled church orgau.
J. L. Cowan who got away with $80,
000 of deposits is still at largo.
Editor Hendricks will hereafter re
form tho;youugor Democrats.
The country is in duuger of cholera,
vollow fever aud unlimited silver
Geo. Fruncls Trulu was well occupied
for once, leading u tawny savngo hi a
world's fair dauco.
Hoko Smith fours there will bo too
ruuoh mouoy afloat, so ho cuts oil thou
sands of pensions.
Members of tne legislature arc telling
what they would undo if given the
chunuo. They will never get It,
What has become of u half million of
taxes collected from the people but not
turned over to tho stuto treasurer V
That is not the Balem way.
There Is olio gojd thing about the
state militia enoumpmuut; it gives u
lot of deserving young men un outing.
It was not the fault of Thompson and
Dekum that there was any money left
oven for depositors. They meant well
euough to leave it all to their friends,
The dlfl'oreut mombeni uf tho legisla
ture propose repeal of pretty nearly all
that was done at tho last session. Re
pentance Is becoming if it Is uutlme-
The representatives of tho people
know perfootly well what thoy ought
not to have douo after tho peoplo tell
them. Why not have the referendum
Tho people domain! that oouuty
treasurers, sherlfla, and hanks wrong
fully withholding public taxes at least
return enough to pay for keeping them
a while at tho pou,
Having been called a liar and asked
to remove the trusted superintendent
of an Institution which Buoce&slvo Re
publican legislatures refused to take
out of his control, Governor Peuuoyor
ought to resign, Rut ho will probubly
MHuugniiy go ou xuhu.uk u iu
prison u a lower expense than any
such Institution is run any where In the
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lBcaTT dPTION 0N LIQOOK 1UESTI0N
Severe Arraignment of "Wild Cat
Des Moines, Aug. 17. The Republi
can state convention assembled at 11
o'clock. AfteV temporary organization
was perfected tne convention was au-
dressed by ex-Senator Harlan, who re
garded the present '.situation "J. favor
able to a recovery of thepntrolj of the
government uy tne .ttepuoiicans. ne
urged on the convention theecesaity
for harmony onjhe prohibition question-
The convention was largely at
tended and enthusiastic.
The committee on permanent organ
ization reported for Chairman J. C.
Lawrence of Sioux county. After con
siderable wrangling over business and a
long wait for the committee on resolu
lions, F. D. Jackson, of Des Moines,
was nominated for governor. He was
for two terms secretary of the state.
The platform adopted after a three
hours debate declared that neither the
allegations made by Democratic politi
cians as to the McKlnlev law or reci
procity nor the vaunted claim of good
results to follow Democratic success has
come true, but that the financial dis
trust is the fulfillment of what Repub
licans predicted, with history warrant,
as to the known capacity of the Demo
cratic party to distress and aflVct the
American people. It declared that it
was of prime importance to all Ameri
can people that a sound currency should
be maintained of uniform purchasing
power, and favoring maintaining both
gold and silver as unlimited legal ten
der for the payment of debt. In doing
this congress should provide that every
dollar, whether gold or silver or paper,
shall be kept of equal value. Opposi
tion to state bank money was expressed
and also opposition to any establish
ment of that local shin piaster nnd wild
cat currency cabinet which had proved
so disastrous in the past. Cheap and
depreciated money of low purchasing
power was denouueed as special hard
ship upon tho poor and all who receive
The successful administration of Ben
jamin llarrlnon was approved and the
belief expressed that assaults, made
upon the system of pensions by this ad
ministration, becauso in a few cases
pensions wero alleged to be fraudulent
ly obtained, Is a pretext to attuck and
destroy tho wholo system and is a men
ace to the honor of our bravo and de
serving national defenders.
Tho platform declares that prohibition
is no test of Republicanism. The gen
eral assembly lias given to tlio state n
prohibitory law as strong as any that
has ever been enacted by any country,
and like any other criminal statute Its
retention, modification or repeal must
bo determined by tho general assembly,
elected by and In sympathy with the
peoplo and to it is relegated tho subject,
to take such action as it may deem just
and best' in the matter of maintaining
the present law In those portions of the
stuto where it Is efllclont mow or can be
made so, and give to all localities such
methods of controlling and regulating
the liquor trafllu as will best servo the
cause of temperance and morality.
Members uf tho legislature not now in
session are complimenting themselves
by a show of returning reason In saying
that they would repeal ninny of the
laws enacted when thoy were In ses
sion. Unfortunately their votes now
do not count.
A gentleman with a handsome equip,
age followed by a flue English nmstlfj,
drove up In front of u Cluoluuatl hos
telry tho other day, says tho Times
Star of that city, and jumping from
his buggy snapped the hitch strap luto
tlio ring of Ills horse's bit, und then
placed the other eud of the strap in the
mouth of his mastift, whioh by this
time hud seated himself on the curb-
.. . rm. x in . !
hioiiu. Miiero mo musiui sat iiko a
statue of stone, holding tho strap Be
uureiy, wnllo his master weut In to
"see a man!" On the gentlemen's exit
the dog yielded up tho strap and the
gentleman drove oil, closely followed
by the faithful four-legged lackey.
Boforo Going to tho Woild's Pair
Tho Limited Express tralus of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
betweeu St. Paul aud niilem.n nmi
Omaha and Chicago.
These trains are vestluuled, electric
ugnieu una steam heated, with the fin
est Dining and Bleeping Car Service In
The Electric readluo- lluht In wili
berth Is tho sucmisful novelty of this
progressive age, and Is highly appreciat
ed by all regular putrous of this line.
Wo wish others to know Its merits, us
tho China go Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail,
way is the only lino In tho west enjoy
ing the exclusive ue of this patent.
Hnr fllrlliAr Inntrmtiliitti ,iknn a
t" " (,' "" ? ft
t j l$,)c genenM Kit,
j. w. I'abky, Trav. p. Agt.
225 Stark St., Portland, Or. tf
par runner uirormuiiou apply
icir&srjLNa capital JOUKKkl,, THUBSBAY, AtTttUST if, 1893
I know what you're going to gay," she eald.
And the stood up. looking uncommonly tall.
flTou're coin? to speak of tho hectic fall
And aytyou're sorry the summer's dead.
And no other summer was like it, you know.
And can't I Imagine what made it so?
Now, aren't you, honetlyT' "Yes," I said.
"I know what you're coins to fay," she soldi
"You're going to ask If I forget
That daylntfune when the woods were wet
And you carried me" here she dropped hei
"Over the creek. You aro golne to say
Do I rcmemVr that horrid da ?
Kow. aren't ou, honestly?" "Yes," I said.
I Know what you're poW to say," she said.
"You're coins to say that since that time
You have rather tended to run to rhyme.
And" here her glance fell, and her check
"And have I noticed your tone was queert
Why. everybody has seen it here!
Now, aren't ) ou, honestly?" "Yes," I said.
"I know what ou're going to say," I said.
"You're going to say oni e occn mucn an
noyed I am short of tact, ou will say devold-
And I'm clumsy and awkward, and call me
And I bear abuse like a dear old lamb.
ALd jou'll hao mo anyn ay. Just as I am.
Now, aren't you.
i, honestly? - e-e-s," sue saia.
The Frenctt'iire a practical people.
For many years it has been the cus
tom for the more explosive Parisian
editors to keep a, "ghost" around the
corner. Generally tho "ghost" is sip
ping absinthe at tho nearest cafe.
But ho is tho titular editor. And
when the paper falls foul of the au
thorities and the editor has to go to
jail it is the ghost around tho cor'
ner that goes. The 6chemo is con
venient. Justice is satisfied, and the
paper comes out as usual.
Thero is an established bureau in
the Ruo Druot with a register and a
tariff for the supply of "doubles'"
for wealthy citizens who aro averse
to hard labor. It does a very thriv
ing business and does not limit its
resources to catering solely for the
requirements of newspaper men.
Any gay young dude who falls foul
of tho police can by a little judicious
squaring send round to the bureau
for a substitute, who for $1 a day,
payable in advance, will take his
placo in prison and do tho allotted
time meted out for venal offenses.
For higher grades of punishment the
tariff is a little more and usually
comprises an extra sum of $10 for a
now suit of clothes upon release from
jail. Paris Letter.
The Stupid Ostrich.
While the ostrich has absolutely
no brain see Job for authority it
has vicious propensities that show
some Bort of wicked intelligence.
Somo Capo Town people had a fowl
fatting in a special coop near an os
trich kraal. Tho bird drooped and
grew thin. It was watched and seen
to peer through tho slats of its coop,
curious to watch its neighbors, the
ostriches. Every time it put its head
out it received a kick from ita
noighbor aud would soon have died
had it not been removed.
A meok looking male ostrich stood
about with its consurt looking so de
jected that somo visitors remarked
it must bo henpecked.
"Oh," laughed their host, "he is
hon kicked," and they soon saw him
receive a staggering blow from his
gontlo spouso which sent him with
drooping feathers into a corner.
Detroit Free Press.
Tho following passage oxplains tho
various mothods of cheating at dice
in tho Elizabethan era so well that I
transcribe it in full for tho benefit of
commentators on old plays, etc., says
a correspondent of London Notes
and Quories. "What falsodisouse
thoy? as diso stopped up with quick
silver and heares diso of vauutage,
flattos, gourdes to chop nnd cha,ungc
whan thoy lysto, to letto tho trow
diso fall under tho table, and so take
up tho false, and if thoy bo true diso,
whnt shyf to will rhoy make t6 set ye
ono of them with slydmg, with cog
ging, with foysting, with coytingo.
as thoy call it." Ascham's "Toxoph
The llunn.ind'a Lament,
Aftor a conjugal sceuo tho wife
gavo tlio husband a slap in tho face.
Instead of llyin into n passion the
husband vory composedly took up
his hat, and before going nwayspoko
"Madamo, six years ago, when I
solicited your parents for your hand,
I littlo suspected tho use you would
make of it," Petit, Rouonuais.
Women travel abroad uowndnys
with a mania for ono article collec
tions. A fortuuato individual comes
homo laden with sovoral dozen lnmps
of ovory size and aliapo, from tho
thickest brass affairs picked up in
Holland to tho daintiest flligroo silver
A Now York tonant who had &
grudge against his landlord began
tho habit of paying his rent; of (30 a
mouth nil in ponnies, but tho land
lord complained to tlio courts, and
tlio courts havo stopped tho practice.
Pranzini wrote at tho last moment
to a priest, "Tho consciousness of my
innocence inspires mo Ith tho desire
to havo recourse to your functions in
order to consolo myself for what is
called tho justice of man."
It la bad f oral for any person to
uso toilet articles that aro not his
ovra. Tho obWtnablo habit is
entaUo iirnoranco on tho part of tho
The Nervous System the Seat
of Life and Mind. Recent
No mystery has ever compared with that cr
human-life. It has been the leading subjoc
of professional research and study in all ages
But notwithstanding this fact it Is not gener.
mir if n o w r
that the sear
01 me isjoca
ted in tho up
per part of the
near the bam
of the brain
and so sensi
tive Is t h 1 1
portion of the
tem that oter
the prick of a
Recent dlwirnrfM Iiata demonstrated that
all the organs of tho body are under the con
trol of the nervo centers. located In or neat
tho base of the brain, and that when thoo are
deranged tho organs which they supply with
nerve Iluld aro also deraneed. When It Is ic
membered that a serious injury to the spinal
cord will cause paraljsU of tho body below
the Injured point, because thenene toi-ce I
prevented by the Injury from reaching the
Daralvzed nortlon. it will be understood how
paralyzed portion, it will
the dcranzement of Ih
the dcranzement of the nervo centers nil!
cause the derangement of the various organ
which they supply with ncre force.
Two-thirds of chronic diseases ure ilu,
the imperfect action of the nervo ccn't ic
ihobaseof tho brain, not from a dfi -c-nent
primarily originating in the ors It
te If. The great mistake of physiclu-j-. In
reatlng these diseases Is that they treat tho
argan rather than tho nerve centers which
ire the cause of the trouble.
On. Franklin AJiles, the celebrated spe
lallst,has profoundly studied this subject for
ver 20 years, and has made many Important
llscoverles In connec tion with it, chief among
hem being the facts contained In the above
itatcment, and that the ordinary methods of
rcattnentare wrong. AH headache, dtzzi
less, dullness, confusion, pressure, blues,
nanla. melancholy, insanity, epilepsy, Su
ltus dance, etc., aro nervous diseases no
natter how caused. The wonderful success of
Or. Miles' Restorative Nervine Is due to the
'act that It Is based on the foregoing principle.
Dit. MII.E3' Restorative Nervine is sold by
ill druggfsts on a positive guarantee, or sent
llrcct by Dr. .Miles Medical Co., Elkhart,
tnd , on receipt of price, $1 per bottle, six
tattles for $5, express prepaid. It contains
either opiates nor dangerous drugs-
gold by D. J. Fry, druggist, Salem
Mother sighed, .
Doctor prescribed : Castorla
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Salem, August 17, 4 p. m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
press were as follews:
balem produce market.
Peas and beans-8 to 10 cents a gallon.
Blackberries wild 60cts. a gallon;
tame 5 eta. a box.
Peaches 70 to 80 cts. a basket.
Veals dressed 4J cts.
Hegs dressed QJ to 6.
Live cattle 2 to 2.
Sbeep alive $1.50 to 52.00.
Spring lambs S1.50 to $2.00.
Salem Milling Co. quetes: Flour
in wholesale lots $3.20. Retail $3.60.
Bran $17 bulk, $18 sacked. Shorts $19
and $20. Chop feed $19 and $20.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats old, 38 to 40c, now 30c.
Hay Baled, new $8 to$12; old $10 to
$14. Wild In bulk, $8 to $8.
Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1,
95 to $1.00 per cwt No. 2, 70 to 85 cts.
FARM PRODUCTS. '
Apples 75o to $1,00 a bushel.
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small sale, 15 to 17a
JSkrb Cash, 18 cents.
Butter Beat dairy, 25; fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 cts.
Farm smoked meats Bacon 12;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes new, 50c. to 60o.
Ouloos 3 to 2 cents.
Beeswax -34c Caraway seed, 18c
Anise seed, 20j. Ginseng, $1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Green, 2 cts; drv, 4 cts; sheep pelts,
7o eta to $i.. JNo quotations on Jure.
Chickens 7 to 10 cts; broilers 10tol2J;
ducks, 12; turkeys, slow stlo, choice,
10 cts; geebe slow. ;-
Grain, Feed, etc,
FIour-8tandard, $3.40; Walla Walla,
$3.40; graham, $3.00; superfine, $2.60
Oats White. 45o ner bushel, crey. 42c:
rolled, in bags, $6 250.60; barrels,
Hay Beat, $1617per ton; common,
Wool valley, 10 to 12o.
MlllstuUB Bran, $17,00; aborts, $21;
ground barley, $2024; chop feed, $18
per ton; whole feed, barley, 8085 per
ceutal; middling, $232S perten: brew
lug barley, 9095o per ceutal: chicken
wheat, $1.22J1.24 percental.
Hops 10 to 18c
Butter Oregon fancy creamery,22
25o; fanoy dairy, 1720o; fair to good,
1510c: common, 12o per pound; Cali
fornia, 3544o per roll.
Cheese Oregon, 12; Eastern
twlus, 10c; Young American, 16o per
perpouud; California flats, 14c
Eggs Oretron. 18o per dozen.
Poultry ChIokeuB,old,f5.00; broilers,
large. $2.00ffi3.0u: ducks, old. $1.60
6 00; young, $2.604.00; geese, $S 00
turKeyp, live, 12o; dressed, 160, per in.
8AN FHANOISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregou Eastern choice, 12
15o; do Inferior. 0llo; do valley, 14
Potatoes Erly Rose, 4550. Bur
banks, $, 65S5o per cental.
Onions 7585o per cental for red,
for good Quality aud SJo for cheice:
brewing. 001.()0 pw cental.
Mies Bertha Swart of Albany Is the
guest of MIsj Gertrude Hlbbard.
Quite a large number 'of persona
passed on their way to tlie Falls Sun
day. The Leonard & Pooler machine
started at Mr. Haberlles' Monday.
Miss Pvoxy Thompson is visitiugreL
tlves at Chemawa.
Perl Geer was up from Silyerton Sun
A. Bailer started his machine at H.
Mr. Springer, of Michigan, wa9 vlsi'
Ing with J. W. Shafler over Sunday.
Barndrlck's girls are with us again
visiting friends and relatives.
M. L. Jones has bad his barn and
fence painted last week.
Kev. E. D. Famsworth preached in
the grove 6unday.
George Massey and family visited at
Albany last week.
G. Zlegler, our Gervals butcher, had
a runaway here to the tune of about
$75 In about 100 feet of a run.
Little Pearl Blauton visited at home
a few days last week.
Alma Chapman was a passenger to
Several of our young folks went on a
trip to Sliver Creek falls Sunday.
Some were supposed to be lost but have
James R. E.ving while shingling the
belfry of the school house of this place,
fell, sustaining injuries from which be
died soon after.
Threshing Is well along In fall grain.
The spring grain is not all cut. The
crop is short.
Wheat hauling lias begun and every
Mr. Brown was down on business.
He is having hit flax harvested now.
For Old and Young.
Tntt's liver Pills net as kindly on the
cblld.tlie delicate female or Infirm
old ngCf as upon tho vigorous mas,
givotono tottic wenk stomach, bow
els, kidneys and bladder. To thesa
organs their strengthening qtialltlos
ore ironderfnl, causing them toper
Xorm their functions as In youth
Office, 140 to 141 Washington St., N. Y,
DOWN GO THE RATESI
The Union Pacific now leads with re
duced rates to eastern points, and their
through car arrangements, magniQc
ently equipped Pullman and Tourist
sleepers, free reclining chair car and
fast time, make it the best time to trav
el. Two trains leave from Portland
dally at 8s45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The
rates are now within reach of all, and
everybody should take advantage of
them to visit tho world's fair and their
friends in the east. Send for rates and
schedules of trains, and do not purchase
tiokets until after consulting Boise &
Barker, agents, Salem, Or.
W. H. Horlburt,
Asa't Gen'l Ruts. Aueut, U. P.,
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there ia at least
one dreadful disease that science has
been able to cure in all Its stages and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the ouly positive cure now known to
tne medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hull's Catarrh
Cure la taken Internally, acting directlv
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system, thereby deatroylug the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up tbe
constitution, and asbiatlng nature in
doing its work. The proprietors have
so much faith In Its curative powers,
that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for auy cane that It falls to cure. Seud
for list of testimonials.
Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., To
ledo, O. j"8old by druggists, 75c,
Oregon State Fair.
Under the management of the State
Board of Agriculture,' on the State
Fair Grounds near Salem, commenc
ing September lltn, 16S3, aud con
tinuing one week,
MORE THAN $15,000 IN CASH
Will bo ald a premiums for HtoAK, Poultry,
Swine, Agricultural Products, PrulU, Native
nuuui, minerals, woruH ei aiv ana fancy
Work, nnd for trials ol speed.
Reduced Kates of Fares and -Freights
on All Transportation Linos.
PAVILION open four .eTenlnes during the
week, with good music lu attendance.
TilKNhW GRAND HTANO and the new
Regulation TracX are- co' cede.l to be among
the luoet eouilortab Q and the best ou the Pit.
clCoOoast. . $
aeLKNWD C)NTKT OK bPKKD each
day. Ihrrets entered Or these contests the
best field of horse thu year that has been oa
tk groDDds for msuy seasons.
Valuable sod handsome ltnproTemenU
have been made on tne grounds and bulldlnt.
Hsi been revised aud improved to the credit
of the exhlblton
Kntrles for Premiums close atSpu. the
puc5 M FnC oriald Udaya'0,U WU" la
. PRICES OP ADMISSION".
Men's Beaton 1 lckt-. . i fo
womea'a wwoa Ticket. ir
Men'tfDayTlcuet ' o
Women to Kai-e Hmm. v.
Cblldrtn under 12 ymr, r-ree to all.
Send to the Hecrctax at Portland for a Prcm.
t m nx, wi D f APPKWOJI, President,
J, T.QRliaO, Secretary. HttitM
.it rif 1 1 ii r l ''-'"Tinw
V -iiw v ",Ki,v.,v.-y.-Nj.''.,L-l, 1 i.-..y.VsjJUJJJM
"Castorla Is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me." II. A. Abchxs, II. D.,
HI So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
"The use of 'Castorla' Is so universal and
its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse It. Few are tho
Intelligent families who do not keep Castorla
within easy reach."
Cwlos Mirttw, D.D ,
New York City.
Late Pastor Bloomlngdale Reformed Church.
Completed and ready to wait on customers. Horses boarded by day or wee k
at reasonable prices. We keep a full line of Truck,- Drays and Express to
meet all demands. Also keep the finest ritallions in this county, for service.
Barn and residence 2 block south of postotlice. RYAN & CO.
If you would be clean and have your clothes done up in
the neatest and dressiest mannar, take thein to the
SALKSwl STEAM LAUNDRY
where all work is done ty white labor and in thefcmost prompt
manner. COLONEL J. OLMSTED,
From now until
Consisting of men and boy's qlothing, hats, caps, underwear,
etc. Are all marked down.
ALL ' NEW
We have no old shelf-worn stock and make this extraordinary
inducement to our patrons
We must reduce our stock of goods and such bargains were
never before offered. Come in atd examine Our large and
selected stock. We will please you in quality ol goods and
SHOW COMMENCES TODAY. ADMISSION FEEE,
GEO. f 'JOHNSON ft SON, to Mite
NO. 257 COMMERCIAL STREET.
Wood taken in exchange for clothing.
ATbei,e,ngNorm?18cboo,of tb6 Northwest, Strong Professional and
demio Courses, and well organized Model School for Practical Training of
Normal, Advanced Normal, Business, Music, and Art Departments, Beautiful and healthful
location Light Expense No Saloons.
Jii116"?111 ba? enjoyed a steady growth during the past year, reaching n
SShSII?"?! cr. "WO, the largest In its history. New membra have been
added to the faculty, now apparatua supplied, and the course of study revised
ana strengthened. The graduates are iu demand to fill jrood positions.
THE DIPLOMA ENTITLES THE HOLDER
to teach in any county In the 8tate without further examinations.
" TERMS AND EXFEKhES.
Tuition, Normal, 10.86 per term of ten weeks; 8ub.Normal $5 00 per term of
ten weeks; Business f 25 per term. Board at Normal dining hull tl 76 pj
week. Rooms from 60o per week (nnfurnWied), toJl.OOand $1.25 furolbed
Board and lodging In private families $3.60 to $4.00 per week. Tuition, board,
lodging and books less than $150 per year. Conservatory of muslo. Thorough
course are oflered In Vocal and Instrumental Music. Tuition. $10 per term o
twenty lessons. '
,u H.nno ut '? T,,y eble ft all parts of tbe Btfte, twelve miles from
the Htate Caplt, abttjr mile south of Portland. Catalogues cheerfully sent on
.... , , Addrw P. L. CAMPBELL. Pre., or
Castorla ceres Oollc, Ootwtrpstlon.
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation.
Kills Worms, girca sleep, and promotes d
Wlshout Injurious! medication,
your Castorla. ' and shall always continue to
dOBoaaUhaaTnTariably produced beneficial
Enwr F. Piamn, M. D,
"Tho Wlnthrop," 125th Street and 7th Are
New York City.
CoMPjurr, 77 Uosbjlt Bihett, Nrr Yoa.
further notice we will sell our entire stock
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