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credit to the best resources of any city. It is a magazine of brains, capital, and has
a future. — The New York Sun.



Tt>e October Californian

The October Californian will, in its literary matter and the beauty of its
illustrations compare with the best of its older contemporaries, and will represent
art and letters on the Pacific Slope. Among its Descriptive Articles will be found
a delightful account of The Garden of the Gods, while in The Lost
Woman of San Nicholas is described the now famous island, the harbor of
which has been closed within a few weeks by an earthquake. The illustrations of
this paper, by Harmer, are of especial merit. Of interest to women will be the
paper by Mrs. Fletcher, on the Professional Beauties of Japan, fully
illustrated. The Deer Hound in America as a 'Wolf Hunter, will inter-
est those who enjoy this famous sport. Dr. Remondino, of San Diego, writes on
California for Health, while Dean Clarke replies to Dr. Elliot Cones, and
proves to his own satisfaction, at least, that Ghosts Can be Photographed,
showing some remarkable and hitherto unpublished photographs.

Lovers of Literature will enjoy the article on Some Army Authors, by the
Rev. Dr. Bateiuan.

In Fiction the October issue is especially rich. Lieut. Fletcher, Neith Boyce,
Rosalie A. Knell and others being among the contributors ; while the illustrations
by Harmer and others will add greatly to the attractions of the issue.

SPECIAL OFfER— Two /\i£*zuns for tbe Price of One.

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for $3.00. The regular price for the two is $4.00. Send $3.00 at once, and both
magazines will be mailed to any address for one year.



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The Pacific Slope has grown with phenomenal strides within the
last ten years ; towns and cities have sprung up like magic, and
thousands of happy homes dot the fertile valleys.

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it is the popular home magazine, and the only Illustrated Magazine
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York.

The Californian is the leading literary monthly of the West.

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Whole page - - - $100 00 Sixteenth Page - $ 6 50

Half " - - - 50 00 Second Inside Cover Page 200 00

Quarter Page - - 25 00 Third Cover Inside Page - 200 00

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Preferred position next to reading 15 per cent extra

10 per cent discount on contracts for six months

25 per cent discount on contracts for one year

Monthly change of copy allowed on time contracts.

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and varied ever offered by a single publication, and includes valuable ^V
Scholarships in the Leading Schools and Colleges of the State, Trips
to Honolulu, Alaska, Across the Continent and elsewhere. Also, such
articles of use and ornament as



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Gold and Silver Watches,

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6 PREMIUM LIST OF CALIFORNIAN IL LUSTRATED MAGAZINE

No. 503-A TRIP TO ALASKA-Price, *i3o.oo

How many of our readers realize that a trip to Alaska in the summer is one of the
most invigorating and agreeable trips in the world? Most people consider Alaska as a
sort of big white elephant. It is big, certainly, being twelve times as large as the State
of New York, but instead of an elephant it is a beautiful land of the midnight sun, for
in summer the daylight never fades. Think of it! Always day. Always something
to look at when you are not asleep, and something well worth seeing too.

First, there is the sail on the Pacific, without a wave to disturb the equilibrium of
. your stomach ; a sea whose color is a cross between turquoise and aqua marine. The air
will be bracing and clear, and you will have an everlasting appetite, with plenty, to feed it
upon. Aside from the bountiful steamer's stores there are the salmon and halibut, never
so good as when taken fresh from the clear wuters and grilled and eaten without loss of
time. Then you will see no end of straits, channels and islands, great and small, and you
will pass through narrow seas bordered by lofty mountains, and there will be numberless
glaciers. These are the white elephants for you, so monstrous you will think of the glaciers
you have seen before as mere snow or ice balls. At Douglas Island, near Juneau, you will
see the largest quarts mill in the world, attheTreadwell mine. And you will see Indians —
the squaws are said to be unusually ugly, but you might think otherwise — and they will
offer you all kinds of knickknacks at a high price, but you are not obliged to buy, for you
can obtain whatever you fancy at stores in Sitka and Juneau.

So reader, if you want a trip to Alaska and back (from any part of the United
States), read our directions, get up your club for the California* Illustrated Mag-
azine, and any time from May to September provide yourself with waterproof, umbrella,
warm shoes and woolen clothing, take your trip and come home again in the belief that
you have discovered the elixir of youth.

[t takes about a month to go and return from Ban Francisco by the shortest route




THE MUIR GLACIER

The steamers are commodious, and as comfortable as any in the world. The

Cassengers are all well cared for, their wants anticipated by the officers, who aside from
eing unusually courteous, know every rock, and mountain and glacier and every inch of
the route by heart, explaining them ail in the most graphic and interesting manner.

This trip to Alaska is becoming a fad with Eastern people who desire to escape their
hot summer weather. Many of the best people of the land may be met on these steamers.
As they are greatly crowded, it is well to secure the passage a few weeks ahead of the time
you wish to go. See The Oalifornian for March, May and June, 1892, for beautifully
illustrated articles on the glaciers of Alaska.

The price for the round trip from San Francisco to Alaska, including board ( n one
of these fine steamer^, is $130. CO. We will give this round trip ticket as a premium for a
club of 200 yearly subscribers at $3.00 eachi or 75 yearly subscribers at $3.00 each and
$80.00 cash, or 50 yearly subscribers at $3.00 each and $110.00 cash.

Any article in this Premium List may be purchased from us at the retail price, by
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THE REFINING INFLUENCE OF MUSIC

HE refining influence of music is felt by all. No one disputes it. Wha\

would the churches be, if bereft of hymn, anthem, or any service of song.

accompanied by the organ ; for are not grand organ strains devotional, 01

conducive to devotion, in themselves ?

At home, where there are growing children who require refined ano

elevating amusements to guard them against seeking those of a coarsei
nature, one or two musical instruments are of untold value.

Adapted to secular and religious music alike, the organ has the advantage of being
less expensive than the piano and it requires no tuning. We propose, through the
California n, to bring all the most popular musical instruments of the day within easy
reach of every one. And even if the person getting the requisite number of subscribers
be abundantly able to buy a Piano, Organ, Violin, Guitar, Banjo or Mandolin, is it not
well to save money when one can do so in an easy and pleasant way?

For instance, it is a simple thing, when an organ is required for a church, school,
club or the home, to obtain it if the different members will unite and each expend a
trifle in money, or give a few days to the work of collecting subscribers to the < ! \uk<>k\i w
Magazine. We offer both Chapel and Parlor Organs cheaper than our subscribers
can obtain them elsewhere. Ml who desire an organ should lose no time in getting one
in this way. It is a pleasant pastime, aside from the reward it brings, as subscribers ara
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ESTEY CHMP6L ORCMN

Retail Price, $135.00.



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This magnificent Chapel Organ has wonderful leading or carrying power. It haa
one full 5-octave set of Diapason Melodia Reeds, one 2 1 o-octa,ve set of Viola Reeds with
Treble Coupler, Bass Coupler, Vox Humana, Forte Stops, and regular Octave or Har-
monique Coupler, etc., Eleven Stops.

We will send this Estey Chapel Organ for 160 Subscribers to the California* at
$3.00 each.

Or 60 subscribers at $3.00 and $75.C0 cash.

Delivered from factory. Charges to be paid by receiver.




No. 3

ESTEY PHRLOR ORGKN

Retail Price, $100.00.

Beautifully finished in the finest quartered oak. It has two full 5-ocUve Wtl oi
reeds, with Grand Organ, Knee Swell, Vox Humana, Octave Couplen, etc, Hem

tOP We will send one of these exquisite parlor organs for 120 subscribers ft) the
C aliform ax at $3.00 each.

Or 50 subscribers at $3.00 each and $50 cash.

Delivered from factory. Freight charges to be paid by receiver.

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