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BiVfiJSL&Q JjlPVTJlL, JOXJIIWAL, SATUBDAY, AUGUST 25, 1833.
THE CAPITAL- JOUMAL.
VUBIMHKU DAILY. EXCEPT BONDAY,
Capital Journal Publishing Company,
liofflce Block. CommerriAl Street.
HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editors.
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THE POWTlCAIi ROUXD-UP.
The election of a Democratic goldbug
on a Populist bl-n.etallic fusion plat
formwoa the crowning act of political
dishonesty which has nearly rained
the people who did it and may kill the
man who" profited by it. No one can
deny the terrible financial stringency
that exists all over the land and there
is no doubt but that Mr. Cleveland is
very sick of bia success at the polls last
fall, if he ia not pick unto death at Buz
zard's Bay. Whatever sympathy the
people may have vi:b him inhiipnysl
cal ailments, that does not extend to
his Dolitlcal troubles. There Is no
doubt as to Mr. Cleveland's financia
inclinations. Tbey are undoubtedly of
the strictest gold-bug order. He is a
Wall 8treet man and has Wall Street
Views. He may have had some assur
ance that the Democratic congress
would conform to Wall Street view
before be assembled it. But be bat
been disillusionized. Every effort w&t
made to get 8peaker Crisp to appoint a
coinage comniltti-e that should repres
ent Wall Street. But he is himself a
free silver man, and reappointed Bland,
a tree silver man, and a free silver com
mittee. Before that was done Cleve
land had left Washington. Not a word
was said but it was known that Wall
Btreet was beaten, and that the Sher
man law would never be repealed un
less ttea silver coinage was enacted in
stead. The same plank of the Chicago
platform that demanded the repeal of
the Sherman law demanded the cols
age of both gold and silver upon equal
terms at the government mints. Clove
land had promised Wall Btreet that
with the power of patronage be would
warp the congress to his will and to do
Its bidding. But he could not warp
the Democrats of the West and South
to the Wall Street view. He bad prom
ised goods that he could not deliver
and retired to Buzzard's Bay crestfallen
and defeated. Last year the Blaine
leaders pretended to be friendly to the
Harrison administration but plotted for
the success of the plumed knight for
president. They were guilty of a
stupendous deception. 80 It is with
the Democratic platform and Its facing-both-ways
plank on finances. It will
bo the death of Mr. Cleveland If its
promise to Wall Btreet made by blm Is
not kept. It will be the death of the
party if Its pledges for free silver to the
people are not kept. Shall the party or
its leader die? The answer is not diffi
cult. Parties die haider than meu.
The party rode into power to get the of
fices. It has no character nor soul to
suffer or lose. Mr. Cleveland Is fight
ing for life and death and his party is
There Is a jack-pot of $100,000 of pol
ltical spoils in Btato politics to play for
in Oregon next June and naturally the
old bands are beginning to arrange
their cards. Five or six state officers
from governor down, a legislature with
a senator to elect, aud a great flood of
appointments runulng the pool well up
Into the half million for the blenulal
torm, makes it the most Important
election that has ever been submitted
to tho people. Indications aro that
margins will bo very close on some of
the non-political offices with the Populist-Granger
-Labor -Alliance playing
the part of the unknown big-four ele
ment and threatening to smash all the
slates. Really the people will be allow
ed very little choice in the selection of
tho tickets under tho primary law at
Portland, Salem and a (ew other large
centers, Tho Portland Republicans
and tho Cleveland machine will do
most of the wirepulling aud probably
prepare the dominant slates, leaving
very little for the small fry but to voto
and shout, A few names are mention
ed on the Democratic side for governor.
It Is not assumed that the Democracy
has a fighting chance, as tho Peunoyer
elotnent aud the Cleveland wing will
tlap separately, and there will bo not less
than three tickets in tho field. Couip
son Is mentioned for governor and to
offset him Townsend of Klamath coun
ty hi brought out. Ho was Cleveland's
register of the laud olllco and formerly
lived lu Yamhill county. He la a popu.
;ar Demoorat but Mollrldo beat him by
a bljf vote for secretary of state. For
that office the Democrats talk of put
tie up Attorney General Chamberlain,
rbcJ on the republican side there is much
, confusion, a great ileal of upeculallou
and much uncertainty. Portland Is
not presenting anyone ami will iroba-
bly be willing to Bay to the rtHt of them,
Gentlemen put up your bent meu, Just
tliosanio Portluud will have n great
deal to say as o who they shall be mid
mora to say about electing them after-
Even If tbi people bavo very little
to )uy t to who tbey shall vote for,
- V '
they may be Interested to know who Is
talked about and likely to be pat up on
the winning tickets. Of the present
state officials, by party custom the stato
treasurer will be accorded a second
term.' He has also made an obliging
official and is a popular man and would
beon any ticket. Beginning at the top
of the ticket, Binger Hermann and
T. T. Geer are known to be In tne
minds of their friends for the governor
ship. Judge B. P. Boise and Tilmon
Ford of Salem have many admirers
both In and out of the party. For sec
retary of stato Republicans aro very
sby and it is a position that will trouble
them not a little to fill well. it-is the
keystone of the political arch and has
more patronage to dispose of than tbe
office of governor, (en times over, and
hence is tbe most important political
office in the state. It will require a
man of great breadth, political sagacity
aud knowledge of tbe men and tbe
varied interests of tbe state. To fill It
well, the occupant should be entirely
familiar with be legislation of tbe
state and bavean inventory of tbe state
institutions and their wants at bis
tongue's end. For this office the East
ern Oregon fellows will make a great
scramble, and whoever is put up may
expect to meet some such Populist
Samson as Pierce to battle with. J.T.
Gregg, the state fair secretary.Is named
among others. He has entered into a
law parternership with Louis Barin,
late U. S. marebal, and Judge Ward of
Portland who came from Indiana two
years ago. Ed. Hlrecb and E. B. Mc
Elroy are also named for this officeThe
former has a pretty strong bold on tbe
Salem machine and tbe Portland crowd
contains many of his backers. The
latter has served three terms on tbe
state boards of public institutions and
as school superintendent, and' is also
talked of for governor, along with an
other former superintendent of schools,
L. L. Rowland, now of the asylum.
All these are good men and strongmen
and when tbe other parts of the state
are beard from there is going to be just
dozens of possible candidates, with
bushels of merit and Republican pedi
grees and racing records that no one
Salem Humorist Airs His Seaside
We are still at our bull pine cottage
near Nye creek.
This is to inform you that I am well
pleased with tbe Journal. I desire
that you continue to send It to me until
we return to Salem. I will say that
we are all so well pleased with our
ocean home that we will remain until
the middle of September. Everything
In abundance and to spare here a man
with" three boys ranging from 7 to 12
years of age drove up and stopped In
front of our beautiful air tight cottage
and sung out, "Anything wanted?"
I wentoutand looked Into his wagon,
butter, eggs, milk, onions, peas, lettuce,
beans, potatoes and tbe nicest honey
you ever saw, everything so fresh and
nice. That 12-year-old of his was tbe
smartest boy I ever saw. He said to
me: "Is your name Pennoyer?" I
said no. Thou he said, "You remind
me of blm very much." I said, "Do
you know the governor?" JEIesaid: "I
heard him make tbe nicest talk once
In Corvallis I ever beard. By the way,"
Bald he, "I know how he stands on
this naughty Chinese question, but do
you know how bo stands ou tbe great
and momentus silver question." I
said he had never made a full revela
tation to me in this matter but I
thought that ho was a blmetallisU
Then he remarked, "That he was con
vinced from all hegleaned from tbobest
Informed persons and papers that the
governor was not a mouometallst." At
that I fell over the wagon tongue, the
horse broke loose and I broke for the
house. I don't go out any more but
will seud my neice to buy when there
are boys in tho wagon. No gnats here;
no mosquitoes, no flies, no tramps, no
drawbacks, except tbe great tides and
one or two others. I asked a man for
twenty dollars and he drawback. I
went to tbe rock oyster bed aud they
drew back with such a terrible swash
that I thought it was Hen Owens spit
ting at me. Yes, this is tho place for
wife and I, "Go for tho big thieves
lot the little ones escape,' Is my mot
to. J. 1. T,
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Are you all tired out, do you have that
tired feeling or sick headache? You
can bo relieved of all these symptoms
uv laaiug uoou'B earsaparuia, wuicti
gives nerve, mental and bodily strensth
aud purifies the blood. It also aroates
a gooa appetite, cures Indigestion,
heartburn aud dyspepsia.
Hood's Pills aro easv to take, onsv In
action aud sura in effect. 25 ct. a box.
JT BB.BBBBBBBMBBBMBm UBBr
I wonder ef all wimmin air
Like Lizzie la wbea we so oat
" To tbeaten u concert! when
I thlnes th papers talk about)
Do other wtmmla'tret an flew
Like they ruz beln crscifled
Frettin a abow or concert thnrajh
With wonderln ef the baby cried?
yaw, lizzie knows that cTan'ma't there
To e that everything is richt,
TeiEEkU. think haTwaa'ma car
Ain't good enofl fr baby qtxite.
Tet what am I to answer when
She kind nr fidceta by my side
An asks rao every now an then.
"I wonder ir the baby crledr
Seems like &be seen two little eyes
A-plnln Ct their mother's nolle;
Seems like she hears the pleadin cries
Ur one she thinks nr ah. the while.
An so she's sorry that she come.
An though f be alios tries to hide
The troth she'd rnther stay to hum
Then wonder ef the baby cried.
Tea, wimmin folks is all alike.
By Lizzie yon kin jedge the rest.
There never wuz a little tyke
Bat that his mother loved him best.
An nex to beln what I be.
The hasband nr my gentle bride,
Td wi5ht I wnz that croodlin wee.
With lizzie wonderin ef I cried.
A THOUGHTLESS REMARK.
Predicament of a Well Meaning: Man Who
Talked a Good Deal. '
A man sometimes makes a very serious
mistake In not being explicit In bis utter
ances, for example, our wonnr towns
man, Mr. P. V. Pettibone, got himself in
to a precious scrape the other day by re
marking in the most casual way possible
at tbe Union League club, "We've got a
One boy at our house." It happened in this
way: Mr. Pettibone was in the controom
and was complaining; of a headache. There
upon a friend said that nobody had any
business having a headache such fine
To this Mr. Pettibone answered, "You'd
Jiave a headache, too, if you'd been kept
awake all night by a baby's crying."
"Why, what do you know about babies?"
asked the friend.
"What do I know!" echoed Mr. Petti
bone. "I know a heap. "We've got a fine
boy up at our house,"
The friend scrutinized Mr. Pettibone'a
face closely and saw that he was in earnest.
So just like aman he went oil and busied
himself, spreading the news that Mr. and
Mrs. Pettibone had a baby son.
Mr. Pettibone should baveerplained that
the "fine boy" was not his boy, but merely
the property of a friend visiting the Petti
bone mansion. You see that he said just
enough to get himself into trouble.
WelL everybody was delighted to hear
about Pettibone' "fine boy," and every
body heard abont it, because everybody told
everybody else. At the club his friends
agreed among themselves that Pettibone
was "a sly d(jg" and all that sort of thing,
and they vowed that they'd get even 'with
him for keeping the precious secret from
them so long. At tbe same time every last
one of his associates was hoping that Petti
bone would honor him by naming the "fine
boy" after him, and each made the secret
resolve to send the little newcomer a solid
The trouble brewed all that afternoon,
and the crisis came about 8 o'clock in the
evening. Mr. Pettibone was seated in his
quiet home on the west side, reading aloud
to Mrs. Pettibone from a volume entitled
"How to Sail a Yacht In a Calm," when
all at once there came a pull at the belL
While they were guessing who under the
sun it was who was "making calls this hot
evening," in cnie the servant bringing a
lovely sliver spoon carefully wrapped in
silk tissue paper. The spoon was for "Lit
tle Master Pettibone" so tho card accom
panying it was addressed.
"Why, Foster, what can it mean?" asked
"I'm sure I haven't the least idea," said
Mr. Pettibone, and they two sat there and
looked at tho spoon and marveled.. The
spoons began to arrive. There were 20 of
them by 0 o'clock, and an hour later there
were 14 more. Next morning before break
fast tbe whole number had increased to
four dozen, and spoons were still arriving
when Mr. Pettibone started for his place of
business. The whole thing was so pro
found a mystery to him that he was fairly
vild with curiosity. He set himself to re
calling the events of the lost month in the
hope that he might detect therein some
clew to tbe secret of these strange happen
ings. He retraced consecutively every con
versation he had had and every letter he
bad written, and presently ho recalled
yes, there came to him like a flash of lights
ning a recollection of tbe few words he had
passed with bis friend at the club the pre
vious day. Mr. Pettibone saw through it
all now. His friend had formed a hasty
conclusion from a casual word, had spread
the news broadcast and well, there you
Mr. Pettibone thought the matter all
over, and the more he revolved It the more
be becamer convinced that be alone was to
blame. It made him feel half vexed and
half ashamed. So after telephoning an ex
planation to his wife he was "too busy to
see callers" at the Btore that day, and in
stead of going to the club at noon be ate a
surreptitious luncheon in tho corner of a
retired dairy restaurant.
Since then Mr. Pettibone has been kept
pretty busy writing letters to his many
menus explaining ttus curious complica
tion, aud the task is by no means ended,
for people outside the city bare heard the
"good news," and they, too, are tending
congratulations and spoons. The prospect
is that this remarkable agitation will con
tinue for an indefinite period, for Mr. Pet
tibone'a friends are legion. A pleasant
feature of the affair is that those who have
learned tho truth refuse to take back their
spoons. "Keep them, Foster," they say,
"and may that which was meant for a re
ward serve as an inspiration,"
Tbe real value of this Incident is, how
ever, the lesson it teaches viz, that it is
safest always to be explicit In your com
munications with your fellow men. It is
merely to inculate this moral that we have
told this true story. Eugene Field In Chi
Soapsuds on Troubled Scat.
A German physician, Dr. Koeppen of the
Hamburg marina observatory, has bet-u
making a series of experiments to test the
comparative value of different kinds of oil
for the purpo&a of stilling tho waters.
He declares that petroleum or paraflln is of
no us whatever, and olive oil of little
value. On the other hand, he says that
Qucacwi oil unu on or turpentine have con
siderable eu-ct, but tha moat effective of
all oils It train oil. Jot satisfied with theae
experiments, he then set to work with other
fattr materials and reports that he found
!. iu, iuiji iu u jar superior as a
wave stiller to any khid of oil H says
that only a very thin solution of soap is re
quired, about one part of soap to a thou
sand parts of water. Nr York Telegram.
SORRODMD BY MYSTERY!
A Great Mistake.
A recent discovery is that headschB,1
dizziness, dullness. confaUon of the mind,
eta, arc due to derangement of tbe nerra
centers whch supply tbe brain witbnerre
force; that Indigestion, dyspepsia, neuralgia,
wind in stomach, eic, arise from the derange
ment of tbe nerve centers supplying these or
gans with nerre fluid or force. This Is likewise
tree of many diseases of the heart and longs.
The nerre system U like a telegraph system,
as will be seen try tbe accompanying
white lines aro
the nerres which
eoarey the nerro
force from tbo
serve centers to
every part of tho
body. Just as the
9lec trie curre nt Is
wires to every
station, lanre or
physicians fall to
regard this fact;
instead of treat
ing the nerrecen
ters tor the causa
of the disorders
they treat the
M. D., LL.B-.tho
student of nervous diseases, and author
of many noted treatises on tbe latter subject,
long since realized the truth of the first
statement, and his Restorative xrerrine
Is prepared on that principle. Its success
in curing all diseases arising from derange
ment of tho nervous system Is wonder
ful, as tbe thousands of unsolicited testimo
nials In possession of the company manufac
turing tha remedy amply prove.
Dr. Mlies Restorative Nervine Is a reliable
remedy for all nervous diseases, such as
headache, nervous debility, prostration,
sleeplessness, dfzzlness hysteria, sexual de
bllltr. St. Vitus dtiri pnllensv. etc It is
oldby all druggists on a positive guarantee.
or sent direct by the Dr. Miles Medical Co,
Klkhart. Ind on nwlntnl orlee. 81 Der bot-
le. six bottles for C express prepaid.
Restorative Jferrlqe positively contains no
opiates or dangerous drugs.
gold by D. J. Fry, druggist, Balem
Doctor prescribed ;
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Salem, August 28, 4 p. m. Office
Daily Capital Jodbkal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
press were as follews:
SALKM PRODUCE MABK.ET.
Peas and beans-S to 10 cents a gallon.
Blackberries wild 50cts. c gallon;
tame 5 cts. a box.
Peaches 70 to 80 cts. a basket.
Veals dressed 4 cU.
Hogs dressed 6 to 6.
.Live cattle '2 to 2T.
Sbeep alive 51.50 to $2.00.
Spring lambs $1.50 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.
Old wheat on storage 48 cents. New
wheat 50 cents.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats old, 38 to 40c., new 30c.
Hay Baled, new $8 to $12; old $10 to
$14. Wild In bulk, $6 to $8.
Barley Brewing, at Salem, No. 1,
95 to $1.00 per cwt No. 2, 70 to 85 cte.
Apples 75c to $1.00 a bushel.
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small sale, 15i to 17c.
Eegs Cash, 18 cents.
Butter Best dairy, 25; fancy
Cheese 12 to 15 cts. .
Farm smoked meats Bacon 12;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes new. 50c. to 60c.
Onions 1 J to 2 cents.
Beeswax 34c Caraway seed, 18c.
Anise seed, 26c. Ginseng, $1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Green. 2 cts: drv. 4 cts: sheep pelts.
75 cts to $1.25. No quotations on furs.
Chickens 7 to 10 cts: broilers 10tel21:
ducks, 12; turkeys, slow sale, choice.
iu cts; geese slow.
Grain, Feed, ate.
Flour Standard. $3.40: Walla Walla,
$3.40; graham, $3.00; superfine, $2.60
Oats Old whlte.40o per bu., grey, 86c;
rolled. In bags, $8 256.60; barrels,
$606.75; cases. $3 75.
Hay Beat, $15 17 per ton;common,
Wool valley, 10 to 12c
MUlstufls Bran. $17.00; shorts, $21;
ground barley, $2624; chop feed, $18
per ton; whole feed, barley, 8085 per
cental; middling, $2328 pertonf brew
ing barlev, DO 05c per cental: chicken
wheat- $1.221.24 nor cental.
HopsOld, 10 to )6c, new 15 to 17.
Butter Oregon fancy creamery,22
25e; fancy dairy, 2022o; fair to good,
16 17c; common, 14 to 15c per lb; Cali
fornia, S544o per roll.
Cheese Oregon. (5 121: Eastern
twins, 16c; Young Ameriotu, 14o per
per pound; California flats, 14c.
Eggs Oregon. 15 to 17o per dozen.
Poultry Cbiekeus,old1$5.00; broilers,
large, f2 003.0u; ducks, old, $4.60
6 00; young, $2.604.00; geese, $8 Olf
turkey?, live, 12c; dressed, 15c, per lb.
8AN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 12
15c; do inffilor, 9llc; do valley, 14
Potatoes E-rly Rose, 3050. Bur
banks, $ 4075o per cental.
Onions 75CM5o per cental for red.
and $.809to for silversklns.
Barley Fetd, 6S70o per cental
for good quality and 83 Jo for cboloe;
brewlug.l .01 per cental.
A SONG OF BOYHOOD.
When I wm 1st abor. I lay
Upon the caMn floor.
What time tbe tender green of Mar
Our Ktelhera mountains worr.
The mocking bird iras In therioa.
The thrathVas InJbe thorn.
And an okl ntgro ttfmd of mina
Was hoeing In the corn.
Dear Uncle lien, though blsct was he,
.UlihrArt easVlBdaad true,
Sweeter than sound of tftrd or bea"
The music that he knew.
His songs were rude and simple things.
"o staff conld hold his tunes.
But tbey were like the dream that brings
The drowse of summer noons. ,
So tender were they, and so warm.
So rich with nameless Joy.
And J(Bt the melody to charm
The soft heart of a boy!
That roles fell silent long ago;
How long ago. Yet still
I sometimes feel it, soft and low.
My lonely spirit fill.
It is a olee of youth and home.
Of health and happiness.
Before tne stormy days had come
And battle's rags and stress.
Ah, would I were a boy once more.
And 1 could hear again
Come softly tbrouzb the cabin door
The roice of Uncle Ben!
Maurice Thompson in Youth's Companion.
Treating a Sliillelah.
Hagh had for many years been watching
over the growth of a young blackthorn sap
ling. It had arrived at niaturitj-nbout the
time the diabolical article appeared. The
supreme momentof bis life came just when
the weapon on which he depended was
Returning from the manse, his whole
heart and soul set on arenginR bis niece,
bis first act was to dig up the blackthorn so
carefully that he might hare enough of the
thick root to form a lethal club. Having
pruned it rouguly,.he placed the butt end
in warm ashes, night after night, to season.
Then when it had become sapless and hard,
be cut it to fchape, then "put it to pickle,"
as the saying goes. After a sufficient time
In the salt water, he took it out and rubbed
it with chamois and train oil for hours.
Then he shot a magpie, drained his blood
into a cup, and with it polished the black
thorn till it became a glossy black with a
The shillelan was then a beautiful,
touch, formidable weapon, and when tipped
with an iron ferrule was quite ready for
action. It became Hugh's trusty compan
ion. Ko Sir Galahad ever cherished his
hield or trusted his spear as Hugh Bronte
cherished and lored his sliillelah.
When the shillelah was ready, other
preparations were quickly completed.
Hugh made his will by the aid of a local
schoolmaster, leaving all he possessed to his
maligned niece, and then, decked out in a
Hew suit of broadcloth, in which he felt
stiff and awkward, he departed on his mis
sion of vengeance. McClnre's Magazine.
A Clerer German.
Sparlich, the student, is an artful cus
tomer. On the last day of every month he
writes, under an assumed name, an impas
sioned love letter, alternately in French
and English, to his rather young and sus
ceptible landlady. The young woman is
naturally delighted to have at hand, in the
person of her lodger, a confidential trans
lator of these letters. Very naturally, too,
the said lodger deducts hi? charge for trans
lation from the amount of the rent. Hu
A Planters Experience.
"My plantation is in a. malarial die
triet, where fever and agne prevailed.
X employ 150 bunds; frequently balf
of them were sick. I waa nearly di
eoar&Eed when I began tbe nso ef
YtiA recall waa tnarrelloum. Mr
became strong- and hearty, audi bave
bad no fnrtliur trouble. Wltb tnsao
pills, X woald not fear to live in siay
swamp." E. BIVAI Bayou SarXm.
Hke, 140 to 144 Wastihigtoa St, Ifc Y,
ST. PAUL'S ACADEMY,
St. Paul, Marion County, Oregon.
Coudncted by the Bisters of the Holy Names of
Jesus and Mary. Tbe location aOords all that
can be desired for healthful outdoor exercise,
nt. Paul can be easily reached by boats on the
Willamette, Tbe building Is newand supplied
wuh aU tbe modern Improvements. The
coaise of study is complete.
Stenography and Typewriting Taught.
ror innnerpaiucu ars apply to "liter Bape
Cooservatory of Music.
Willamette University, Balem, Or.,
School of music for piano, organ, violin,
staging, orchestral iustrumeots, harmo
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and higher musical composition. .No
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Rocky mountains. Prices low. Beven
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Bend for annual year book or address,
Z. M. Parvln, Mus. Doctor, musical
director. 8 9 2md&w
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Institution of Learning in the Paclflo
Sixteen coureea of Instruction, from
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Splendid Courses for Tralnlne in
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Ita Woman's College affords an ideal
home for young ladles with unsurpassed
facilities for their care and training.
The school year opena Sept. 4, 1803.
For Year Book and nil inform. tin.,
relating to school management and
course oi stuuy, auureas,
For fiuauclal information, addreaa,
Rev J. H. aoOJtK, Agent,
8-22-d&w Balem, Oregon,
Tirtf $ Pi
'Cast orU is so srefl adapted to ehairen that
Ireofavmffmlltasmpgrior toanj iiesuijptfeo
known to mo." H. A.Aaa.H. R,
111 So. Oxford EL, BrooUn, X.TT.
"Tha na nt 'Castorla is so unrrersal and
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lotelltgest famniea who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach."
ImU Paster Bt VTn'tigtateftnfnriiMidCtioreh.
Completed and ready to wait on customers. Horses boarded by day or week
at reasonable nrirw. W bum . fnti !( ..r ip..i.. t.. -j -c .
Ufeeeet all demands. Also keep the finest Stallions in this county, for service.
.Barn and residence 2 block south
If you would be clean and have your clothes done up in
the neatest and dressiest manner, take them to the
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY
where all work is done by white labor and in the most prompt
manner. COLONEL J. OLMSTED,
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OF THE VALLEY.
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Castorta curat Cotfc, Oeastipattsa.
Sour StoaacfcvDfarTiKxa. Eroeuslcn.
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T Castoria. ami shaU almv ivntinn. .
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