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(DAILY AND WKliKLY.l '
BY HOP-BR BBOTH8RB,
THOBSDAY, JAK. 2, 18.
1IAKKKR8 ON FINANCE.
iqE TfAX EQUALIZERS.
I JTho tcEax cjjuaUiatltfn board
hifs adjourned. It work was no doubt
done aa well ad could be expected
from the very nature of tbc board.
It naturally becomes n trading body
and a? a number of the member?
spent a great deal of time hobnobbing
with the corporation? they got about
what they wanted.
I There I? no wny
.COlfNTY,blY AND SCHOOL
r? " r VAXES.
- - I - . A . -. - Al.I a
....c..i.m ininM hive furnished' mere is no wny w iimcni ui..
ItaterrtewHiwlo-nlmtllnnnclnllcRls- combinations will be formed wl h n
Intluii nt the hands of congress would the board to mure favors for certain
n 1. o flic nrcwer Ily of the country." , localities. Thccou.ity board uf equal
M S prlTato tanker of ,l.tlon arc certainly the liest Judge
. . . i... iiiiu irt fii "'iiTii, ijii! i-fiiiiii v Jin.tin:iiiiL:iiu nuuuiu
the linn of Lflrlcl & Bush, ha? tin? 10
"I Know of no legislation that can
on-ate property. It can take It from
one and give to anotner. Hy unneces-
. . A.I.. ftttt.
wiry lovlca it can uim ""
tint tnximver and irlvc to the tax
eaterirestrlctlvo and prohibitory tariff
laws can take from the consumer a no
give to the manufacturer. Such laws
lucrcasc tho prosperity of ono cliw
mid In liko proportion decrease that
of another. If coiigtvM would, b n
ten-lino net, declare that nil taxes
due tho United StiUeinhall be juld In
gold, and by nnothcr provide for tho
retlracy of several hundred millions
of credit currency, It would ntonco
put the money and business of the.
country upon a uasi? or niicij ""
confidence. Possibly either of mt'h
act? of congress would bosufllclent."
Mr. Hush evidently believe tint
there Ih too niuch paper money In the
country. III? conclusion that credit
Ii.iK?r currency must be retireel 1
baseel on tho theory mlvocntoil'by Mr.
C'lorelnnd that there Is no legal tonl"i
money and ought to Imj none but gold
eoln.1 Kn. Journal.
J. il. Albert, of the Capital Xallon.
nl Imnk: "lullovlng tho ollvcr-ho-ml'
lug potlcy of the government, inn,"
.incnted by ll Hat auxiliaries, re
sponsible for our lluanclal IIIh, as a
remedy I would reverse tho policy
which caused tho trouble, by recon
verting Into bullion nil estnndard
hllvcr elollaro received at tho treasury
Including those represented by sllvei
oertltlcntcs, (which I uouhl cancel;
and purchase geildthorowlth monthly,
funding tho 'vacuuni'rcpresentliigeiui
net loss on the silver deal, into 21 pet
cut .10-year golel bonds available as a
basis eif tank circulation uplothcli
par value, thu? preventing nnycon
traction of the currency. I woulel re
tire the Sherman notes by the same
process, selling for gold tho silver bul
llon purchased by them, I would make
U. S, notcf, (greenbacks) fundable
Into lwnds of thu samo character
(they were originally fundable Into
5..10?) nnd henceforth relegate to the.
banks tho function with which the.
government clothed them, when In Its
extremity It forced them to buy its
bonds to tho full amount of their cap
ital, niiu retire their own circulation
of '.vhat the county assessment should
b?. The reduction of six millions by I
the estate board this year Is clearly a
bid to continue the existence of
this boely. In Interviews the
board not only heck to Justify Its
lexlstenco but nsks legislation that
would enlarge It? powers. One says:
politics foii lww.
The icoplc should demand a Rep
ublican president in 1800 who I? sound
on piotectIon,reclproclty, blm uilisrii
and Americanism hut not know
riothtnglsm. Tlie iKioplc Hliould demand a Bpcolllc
reduction in city, county, state and
national expenses. Seductive prom
ises will not answer.
A candidate for president who
will say to the people, let our country
be governed for $300,000,000 a year in
stead of $100,000,000 to 00,000,000 a
year, would meet with popular favor,
especially If they thought he was ln
ceie and did not merely make a play
for elcs, or tocut some other fellow's
silarj or tee.
HtipiKise the first year that one mem-b.-r
eif the Irani I raveled over the slate
vltli an experienced Invoice clerk and
ippralNMl the stocks of incrcliandlH
in the illlferent stores of thu leading j
towns In twit count j. This valuation
tlicn would Ik) uniform throughout
All can see what this would lead to.
The board should Iw reduced to three
men elected from tho state ntlargoor,
better still, let the work he done ns it
Is In otherstates by the three state of
ficials who mako the state levy. They
vould have no Interest In cinching
ono locality nnd favoring another.
When you pay .") for a piece of
farm machlnary you buv the host
machine that can Ixj furnished for
the money. When the jwoplo pay ,ri0
a month for n school teacher they
often havo to put up with a 2o one.
The people of Oregon cannot begin
their campaign for reform bills In the
next legislature too soon or too ear
nestly, If they hope- to get rid of any
commissions or extravagance nt tho
.lands of tho next legislature.
Editor Jedbnal: In a rcnint Iesuo
you say of Solom taxation for tho.
coming year that tho city will levy 10
mills and it 13 thought tho school dis
trict six mills. Portland city author
ity announce that 8 mills will be
lovled there. Indeed tho Portland
charter confines the levy to 8 mills,
though authority to Iovynn additional
U mills wa? claimed on soma ground
for school purposes nnd exercised last
year but la be Ing resisted by the tax
payers lu an Injunction suit, pending
in the courts. If 8 mills will answer
for Portland, and Its mayor say.?!
It will, why should II take more for
Salem ' Portland is reducing ex
penses, Do not the taxpayers of Sa
lomnced relief as much ns those of
Portland ? Uut why docs the Salem
school district need a regular 0 mill
levy, while 1 mill sufllces for Portland ?
We have a county schoool levy of G
mills, which adeled to the district levy
makes a school tax of 11 mills, the
laigest, It Is saiel, of any state in the
union. Certainly there Is room for
retrenchment hero without "Impair
ing the clllclency of the schools," tho
stock phrase of the professors and
promoters, whenever a dlmlnltlon of
expense Is proposed in that branch
of public expenditure. St. Paul.
Minn,, In cutting down expenses has
reduced that of city schools $75,000 a
year wit bout Impairing their clllclency
except In the view of the supernumer
aries lopped on"; in lhe opinion of i
tno'eMlie etllclency Is not only Im-
parlcel, but entirely destroyed.
It Is n fuel that our local taxation
Is almost our whole taxntlon. The
state fax, even If (I mills, ns predicted
this .ear, (It was hut .1 mill? Inst
year; Is but a trifle compared with
city, school, and county tax. And
Wi i ... i "'
MxiMsiEmm. m m
lifci 6w fcJjv&h Km l y
C. H. LANE,
TICKETS TO ALL POINTS EAST
J3iiiii $IS upwanli.
it , Salem Or. i
Pants upwand.y '
WIZ d MIES KE, Props,
Dealars in all kimh of fresh and salt meats.
ryFresh sausacn a specialty,
171 COMMERCIAL ST
!1',& . s!
Cliicaeo. Jan. I Wheat, cash s6VJc.j
New York, Jan. I. Silver, 66c;lead,
SAN FKANCISCO MARKET.
San Francisco, Jan 1. Wlit-at, 9S.
Wool. OreEn. choice, 7(;ioc; inferior, 7
8c, valley, otic
iiopi yuoiable at 57c.
Potatoes 25 to 40c per sack.
Oats Milling. 6s7l.
GEO. FUN I) LUG W 8
32I Commercial st Cottle Mock
Successor 10 C. M Heck & Co
Best meats in tho city, Prompt d silvery
On fat m land security. Special
rates on large loans. Loans
considcied without delay
HAMILTON & MOIR
Service ami Scenery Unequalled
TUrouah Palace and Tourist Sleepers
' JDtniHff and Buffet Library Cat-tt
Trains leave Portland and Seattle dally for the East.
Tickets, reservation and baggage checked to atl points,
For comfort In travel take the ureal Northern.
R. C. STEVENS. C. W. P. A.. Seattle, Wash.
A. H. C. DEMNISTON. C. P. & T. A.. Portland,
LEADING HOTEL OF THE
and point of
ratcrt. Management liberal. Electric cars leave hotel for all public buiIJi np,
interest. Special rates will be given to permanent patrons. e
A. I. WAGNER,
MONEY TO LOAN I
On city or farm property.
Over Dush's Bank,
T. K. FORD.
I. Wheat valley, 53;
Tub Journal understands the city
fathew have good assurances that II. Alvcy, of .Maryland, chief Justice
school nnd city taxes arc more than
county and Htate combined.
The classes engaged In expending
the taxes do not seem to comprehend
the steadily Increasing dllllculty the
lnrger portion of tho people have In
paying them. The flnanclnl distress
which prevails In this country found
voice In the lengthy delinquent tax
list of nil counties mainly composed
of tho owners of smnll homes and lots,
who nro compelled to Htand helplessly
oy wmio BiicrllTs sell thelrsavlngs eif a
lifetime for tnxes they are unable to
pay. AVhat to theso are stately city
halls, showy school houses and stale
plntltudes upon education ? 51.
Washington, Jnn. 2. Prcslelent
Cleveland hns announced the appoint
ment of tho Venezuelan boundary
commission ns follews: David J.
Drawer, of Kansas, Justice of the
united States supremo court; Richard
urn, juiu ii'uiu iiii'iruwii ciruui luuii. 1 ,1,.., ,ii , ,,. , , .. . . y . " " "i " jwom-u
Issue. HlHtory demonstrates tho evil
heepicnco of flat money issues, yet uc
Hovernmcnt with n banking append
age to Its excbeeiucr hns been prool
against tho temptation to Indulge In
them, Our excessive InduIgeiiQe.
Iuik bmught us to a condition re
quiring heroic treatment, which
however, tho country will not yet ap
prove nor party utterances Justify.
The government under tho Dlalr ana
.Sherman acts, Indirectly, but unde
niably, borrowed gold and bought 1U
equivalent In silver bullion, nt Its
gold market value. It Is lndohteu
today on this arcountwiuo $500,000,000
. represented by silver certificates ana
coin Sherman notes lu our circula
tion. During the period ol
purchase, silver steadily declined In
value, until now our stock ou hand,
unused and unusable-, Is worth 1"0,
000,000 less than cost. Not one ounc
of this silver Is nvallablo for tho ro
elcmptlon of Indebtedness outstand
ing against It In dollars of gold. At
tho standard weight of 25 W0 grains,1
which tho laws of tho United State
itcoiaro 'shall bo tho unit of valuo'and
with which tho secretary of tho treas
ury U requlreel by law to keep all
other kinds of money at a parity.
Sliver certificates, although not n
legal tender from tho government, ot
between Individuals, yet, by tho gov
eminent nro 'receivable for custom
nnd nil public dues,' per consequent
itu goiu is receiveel from the onh
legitimate source of supply, except
tho sale of bonds to replenish tho rc
wrve. To retire tho greenbacks before
disposing of tho other mongrel lui es
wjttld deprive tho government of the
only lawful means of purchasing geld
Or their support. True, they pump
tho gold out, but wore they retired
first there would bo no way to immn
th.gold In." v
(Wo canuot undorstaDa bow Mr. Al
birt arrives at tho conclusion that if
tho gnjonlwcks were retired there
would lw no way to pump gold Into the
treasury. If gold can bo pumped Into
tho treasury with greenback why Is-
uo Interest learlB gold bonds to buy
gold? The destruction of national
crtdlt and contMko begn when tho
ul back onto a solrt bs-ls wiso k
is taking in money as ttt 4 It mtn
It. Thh U tlM' (Mloii Tll
credit and conUttoUfn mrui w.rmr- in n.
..... ;." 7..- rrw ' ... -
kiiu uii, wen surer in li o wiiiinms or r'ninmiiin n.i a., ,!...
Tho new typo on Tuk Jouiikai. Is
neither too big nor too small. It Is
just right for evening rending nnd for
jyes old or young,
A Presbyterian who drinks whiskey
intl votes tho Dcmocratlo ticket Is a
"'rocky combination." Dut that is
Jrovcr nnd his ug.
Tho new woolen mlllswlll be a mon
iincnt to what pluck and enterprise
am do in tho shank of tho toughest
ycjir in History.
The way tho gold market Is, there
is great danger of sending gold to a
olg premium if duties are made pay.
4blo In gold only.
If you are going to subscribe for
Tub Journal this year, hand in tho
aioney now, to help pay for tho now
Gold was at a small nremlum Pn.
day. It can't stay too small to suit
If O rover Cleveland gets too hnrd
jp for mouoy Salem can ralso him n
Send Tub Journal "away to your
joyorglrl at school. It will be as
Aclcomo ns a letter from home.
Who will take tho place of fighting
John Albert In tho city council?
Objector Duncan's successor In the
Jlty council has not been found yet.
-.M -- . . - '
oi icw loric; J-'rcdcrlck It. Coudert,
of Js'cw York, and Daniel C. Oilman,
Tho commission Is regarded here
ninong those who hail an opportunity
to see the list of names nftcr they
wore mado public, as a very satis
factory one, one whoso onlnlons nnd
conclusions will bo received bv the
tVmerlcan public with that confldonrn
which tho standing of the members of
tne commission In the public
Jttstlco Drewer Is a Republican In
pollt les and about 63 years of age. In
181 ho was appointed circuit rnnrt.
Judgo of tho United States for the
eighth district and was appointed as
sociate Justlco of tho supreme court
In December, J880, by President Har
rison. Richard II. Alvey Is a Democrat In
politics nnd n man of marked Incmi
'luuuy. it, was mo reputation he
gained ns a Judgo In tho Mnrvlmul
courts which led President Cleveland
to appoint him chlof Justlco of thn
court of appeals of this district. Ho
Is about sixty years of ago.
Andrew D. White Isn Republican in
politics. Ho Is ono of tho best known
men of loiters lu this country and
perhaps in tho world, isun author nnd
historian and has been nnvsMnnt. t
Cornoll University. Mr. White was
appointed mluslter to Russia by
'.va.uuubiiuiuMjn ,um u8 position
ho held through Harrison's admlnls-
1 'on land, Jan,
Walla Walla, 50.
Hour Portland, $2 6o; Denton county,
2 Go; graham, $2.20; superfine. S2 per bhl.
(JatS- White. 22(allci Ptev. 2rylll!rnllr,1
i -.- - io--f.----?
nmgi, 4 35(!S5'5. OarrcU, $4.50 7.00;
rotaioes..Neiv Oregon, 254oc per sack.
Hay.. Good, 58 jo per ton.
Wool. . Valley. 1 ic; Kastcrn Oregon, 79c.
MIIjufli..Uran. Jn 5oi2j shorts, 512
ij,tuoj iccu, izt(i5 per eon; rye. 75cperc
HideH .reen, kahed 60 ll)44jc; under
e5o Ibi36c;heep pelts. io7of. .
Mops. .Oregon, 4 to 7c, according to qual.
Hotter. . Oregon fancy creamery, 2S27i!
ancy dairy, 2u22l; fair to uood. lsCfll7i:
Chcre Oiegon full cream, 9 loc.
-bii' vreijun, icy zo per mil ; Pattern,
I'ollltrv CllkkctH it ttiTiiXlnn nr .In. .
ducks, 54 oo4 s! Gee. SO.ootn 7.00; tur'
keys, c(W tic: dressed. ici2e.
I l'onstcers. 2V.0f,i t 5e ncr lit: fair
to gooil tecrs 2fl7j 3 5cj cows, 2KJc;
Mutton.. Iltfsi beef, j2.ocj2 2jj choice
ev., I.5n(!b2 00; dressed, 4c.
IIogs..ejtioice. heavy, 53 oo3 40; light
and erders; 12 75; ilioed, 4: p In.
eal .Small, choice, jgficj large, 34c
Wheat. 4c per bu., market firmer.
Hay .Baled, die it, $4.525.oo; timothy,
m Hour .In wholesale lots, Zi S' retail,
, ii mail, iiuik By.oo; nacKcu, "12 00:
shorts, ;n.ocn)i2.oj; chop feed.-Hs.oo
13 o '" 1
sheep.. Live, T2 0O.
HoS..B st, 450.
' BBs..un. 10c.
creamiiv. 1 otitic
l'arm S iokl Mcits.-llaem fa: lumt
i... . 1. j '
, HUU US , C.
MONEY JO LOAN.
I have $5000 to loan in one sum or any
fractional part isot less than $300 To loan in
Salem during the next 30 days. Address,
1. If. HAWLEV.
266 Stark street, : Portland, Or
SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel Buildlno-.
For water service apply at office. Dills
payable munihly In advance. Make all
complaints at the olllce.
Open spicket to prevent frecsing, posi-
lively proliibiteil Care should ue talvL-n
if in danger uf freezing to have stop an 1
waste naif closed sen section J rules and reg
ulation Ni deduction (11 hills will 1.. i
lowed for absence or for any caue whatever
unless water u cut of from premises.
-EXCELSIOR - STABLE
K. C, Hansen, manager.
Only good horses used. Satisfaction guaranteed. Stablo back of State Insurance block
C T0 T,,E
EAST AND SOUTH'
Southern Pacific Co.
California Express Train -Kun dally between
Portland and Sin F oncisco.
V. A. CuiicK
Cipitnl Niiliofliil Bank,
Transact a general banking business.
Capital Transfer Co.
HARUV TOWN, PROP.
Express, b-.ggjge nnd all kinds cf work
oone promptly. Leave orders at Patton'j 1
r-H YPH r.w
-' y 1 ii IIL.VJVJ1
Union Pacific System
Through Pullman Pal ,ce Sleepers. TouriM
Sleeperu and Fico Reclining Chairs dalU
PORTLAND to CIIICAG
ighte I by Pmtseli liKht.
Time to Chicago. 3 1 2 days
Tj"!e.,tNew York- 4 1-2 days.
Which Is many hours quicker than com
For rates, time tables and full Information
0:50 p. m,
ll:oo p. m.
10:45 a- m
Above trains stop at East Poriland, O -enon
City, Wo ilburu, Salem, Turner. Maifon,
lefferson, Albany. Albany Junction. Irving,
l-.ugenc, Cruswell, Drain, and all stations
iroin Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive.
ROSEIIURO MAIL DAILY.
lv. Portland nr.
lv. Salem lv.
nr. Roscb'g lv.
lv. Portland ar.
nr. Salem lv.
aiects an mail ana passenger trains. Bag.
gajc and express to all pans of the city.
Prompt service, Telephone Nu 70.
I ouliry..Uui, Sc; rocsters. ri.So per dor.
ana nut wanted; ducks, .50(0)3.1-0 per dox.;
turkeys, live 7c; eggs I2J cents cash.
Uuckltn'B Arnica Ba.vj.
lhe best Salve in the world foi Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fcvci
1 ' if1,1".'. ChPPed hands, Chilblains,
ana all bkln Eruptions, and positively cure
I lies or no pay required. It is guaranteed o
giveierfcct satislaction or money refunded
1 rice 25 cents a box. For sale by Fred A
Ministers Should Use
Br. Miles' Heart Cure.
tratlon and for a year or more during
Frederick It. Coudert Is a r.M,.,vr,,
and ono of the best knnwi, ,,..,iv
Llvo Uds year to tho'full extent of of tho r in New York. Coudert
your mwius, but not n cent beyond.
Salem noed a K00d savings bank.
was ono of tho counsel for tho Tini
States In tho BehrliiR sea commission.
Daniel C. Ollmnn. nnwirinn
Johns Hopkins university, is
well known as nn authority on Inte
national law. Ho was at ono tlmo
president of tho University of CM.
mini! Him whs iaicr willed to take
up tho work of orKanlzutlon of the
unlvcrsltr nf wfiinh )n i ...-.. .i.
"IfSfSKS!'' i'S1- the author of tile lS
anf fof. nrToiwnt,
ntl worry, at Ucka
J. J. JIAUKlMi,
Shop at 100 Chcmekt-ta, street near Com.
mcrcial. .special attention to interfering unrt
horses with deceased feet.
BOISE & BARKER,
Agents, SMciu, Or.
BAXTER. r n umvu
General Agent, Dit. Pass. Agent,
I3S Third Street, Portland.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
, PULLMAN IJUFFEP SLEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
JJctween Portland and Corvallis, daily (ex
cept Sunday, 1
0. R. & N. CO.
E. M'NEILL, RECEIVER.
B. U. WA1TK PnUiTlNU CO.,
BOOK AND JOB
TO THE EAST GIVES THE CHOICE
Hush's New Ilrick'over the bank Com'l street
FREE TO ALL WOMEN
u,t?ihavcm very s!mPle home treatment which
will readily cure nil female disorders, painful
Periods, leuiorrboca, displacements, or
irrcgnlanties, amH will gladly send it free to
any sulfcMnR woman. Address Mrs J. Y. D
Itoi 06. TalVman Linn Co.. Ore. 1 i-a6..m
12:15 pm. J
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
Ira.ns of Oregon Central A; Eastern Railroad.
Express train dally except Sunday.
4:45 P m
7i5 P. m.
Lv. Portland Ar"
Ar. McMinville Lv
8:25 a m,
6:50 a. m.
to all points In the Eastern States. Canada
ana Lurope can be obtained at lowest rate!
from W W. SINNER. Agent. Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, Ast. G. rf & P. A..
R.KOEHLER, Manager. Pur,Iand-0r'
GieBt Northern Ry.
Pai lora Over Gray Bros.
J H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes a specially of fine repair work Seth
Thomas clock,, etc., 2,5 Commercial Street.
Union Pacific Ry,
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
. Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars
Ihtd lilA.it . -. . -
voiuQiib Jionroo." Ullinnn !,...
At tho A hlte House, it i ... ,..
l.o .. ,.... .."."" - no
... iu jiuiuica. ijuthas iim.iivii
mr Thw both iwrtles, it1 wli IT '
ii ii 1 1 1 n 1 1 h.i kk-l. -.... a ----
tmx. Sqaioof Mr. Albert 'a piurjros.'.. iTz . "".weaiajwu- " equally renreseiiited on tho
tlons aro plear.but hln tjnol conchulon !!??' ., H d.'p,r' 8ai ha mlwlon with tho fifth member i
kliockalntha linnI. iV fi. oAi.V uWatka4 proofs. MiliAKMAiBjif liooutsnoiren rtnllnv in ...m llVluS
mlarKumcnl-JooRKAK.-- MHE MiMtlL CO.. ff.u u v "Ji!? whlcli they h oS
.,, v.,1MU,M-in. llfc uiiiiuiiiirtn. --
r - - -, ----
TUfcKB IS NO PROFESSION, xrhoso
labor so sovcrely tax tho nervous ay,
tern, aa that of tho ministry, Thode
ransement of tho nervo centers of tho brain
by over work frequently brines onatUcks
ofheart troublo, and uorvous prostration.
JtOT. J. IV Kn.fi XI It 11... ..
church, London Mills, UU., hlmsolf a physl
clan, writes Feb.M,iK; "Heart affoctlon
na nerroua proatratton had become, so
aertou last fall that, a JUUo over work In
tho pulpU would so completoly prostroto u0
Dr. MileS' that u n"d certain I
u. . . p rami roiinquua tne work
liCan Llire ' ho ministry entirely.
101UIC6 so bad that wv auditnr.
Health. ?0ttW MV wo l d'J
yZ , . hav heart dlsoase. UU
Kw Heart Ouro alteruately with Dr. Miles1
wfSit hwJustclosca revival work of
10 wooka, pnaehlac nearly omy aWh: and
twlcoon tho Sabbath. Uaa.peiuflrtu
without autferlas M I formerly did. S
working minister hn,,i.i t.l . ...ru.
crand remedies oahaod.
1 'WboVsht Jnr T U old oa 8ntoe,
of ihiy -mee.'inB of lhe lockholders
' 'JuniMKaj Woolen Mill Company
h.-IJ in their ollce in Salem. Or. ffiv
anusry 3 1S96. at .he hour ofa o" ock p V
for lhe purpose ol considering the quest , rf
lUCreas im iIih r,r.!..i c.. i . i"ei-0" 01
.0 S,oo,oSo-by o-rd'er ofThe preMd, XT
. K1 COSHOW
enVerpeHlrVC,,,MreMt-. 0cean '
-.. u.hj ca Qn or address
u. M. 10VERS,
Sr Paui-' ?Iin"Pl'. Duluth, Fargo,
Grand Forks, Crooktton, Winnipeg,
Foot of Tradest.
CUMOINAAIUN nil. riiUT' - 7
c"nclrr "of,' ,maI'Cna"t dis.cS. we-cu
nox 169. TraTehng Acent. Euru
Hiss Balloin School
10 t-nicaco, Washington. PhUadelpV. Net
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For Infirmatlon, tirns cards,
tickets, call on or write
Special S!?3 P-rd
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Sat trday at Channing Hall.
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THOMAS, WATT & CO,
, 6S Commercial srreet, Salem. Or.
' Fharlt0"i Asst. Gen'l Pass ARt,
Morrison St., corner Third Portland, Or.
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451 Marioo ,
100 00 for every $10 invested can be made by
". .w ovsicmaitc nau 01 Speculation.
Jlooo ani mo-e made da l.vnn small inves
ChinU' ' m!kny P4"00 wh0 ',ve wa7l ot,
All we ask is to investigate our new and or
Bnal methods. Past wortings of plan apd
"K'k-si reierences fur i hed, Our Boo'Uet
'Points and Hints.'" h w to make mmey
even when on the wromr ide of the market
and other information nt KRFE.
GILMORE & Co . n nker and Drokers
Open Boardof Trade Uidg., v-bitago, III
10 30-30 d&w
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