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3)A LL AS, .SATURDAY, APRIL j 2.
JPolfc County Union Republican Cou
ncil! ion. :
jBy order of tho Union Republican Central
Tom mil too ePolk county, tho primary meet
ings will be held at the place tf voting in'eaeh
Precinct, at tVclock p. m., Friday, May 13,
JS?Q, to elect t Delegates to the County Con
nmiSon, to be held at Dallasat 10 o'clock a. m.,
SaturdayMay 14th, 1S70, for the purpose of
nominating a County iTicket, and the trn?a
tion of such other business as may properly
canie.feeforo such convention. ;
The qevcral PrfeCiMti T are entitled to send
Delegates aj folio wa:
BctlicI M4fn , 3
Buena., Vista ,......," 7
Bridgeport .....t 5
La Creolo .
; v . J. L. COLLINS, Chairman.
IUUas;, Jan. 20 th, 1S70." " " '
Yuy is rt that die Dcmocratio party
In Oregon desiros to repudiate the na.
tionafjdtjbt ? Is It because the individ-ual-members
making up the party are
.swindlers and dishonest men ? or is the
burden of taxation too grevious to be
borne ? Ts it because of our inability
to pay? Are we, aa a people, or as sin -,
jgle jjersona, reduced to penury because
the 'national tax is greater than
before the war ? What person in the
whole United States goes hungry or
snaked " by reason of the! amount that
fthey pay to the Govcroeicnt in the
shapc of taxes ?
In their private business, Democrats
are aa honest as the generality of man
kind. .No one doubts the ability of the
yeoro the United States to pay what
owe, and all know that we are not,
s a people, impoverished y paying
-what we justly owe. Nor do people
suffer for. food any more than they did
before the war. Therefore we conclude
jthat none of these reasons influenced
the members of the Albany Convention
when they resolved that the public debt
should be "equitably adjusted "
But on the other hand we assert,
withbu Tear of being truthfully contra
dicted, that those men were cither im
pel led to declare for repudiation by
their itching for office, or by the same
yile spirit that caused them during the
war to sympatbise with the cession
ists 1; It is because the mon ey that was
obtained from the sale of these bonds
was Wed in the subjugation of these
national criminals These leadinjr
Democratic politicians do not like the
U. S. bonds, or even tho legal tenders,
because they are evidences of the abil
ity of the Government to subdue any
body of men that may seek the life of
ourrnatiou, and hence they want to re
pudtate to put them out of sight and
mind as soon as possible.
The truth is, those men from whose
bosoms the 8th resolution sprang are
actually in favor of repudiating the na
ttonal debt in toto, and would more
Jrealy assist in th payment of the debt
contracted by the Confcderacy'to carry
on the' war r&jiatnst the Government
than to pay one dollar of our ''just and
equitable" indebtedness, all upon the
principle that the leaders of that party
have always strenuously contended, as
is clearly shown' by their record, that
the ;war was unauthorized by the Con
stitution, that there was no power under
that instrument to coerce, that rebels
were only fighting for their Constitu
tional rights, and that the .whole war
scheme was an outrage upon the sacred
rights of frje South, their peculiar in
stitutions and ' ""the Democratic party
generally. - -
Vfe publish on the outside this week
the platform adopted by the polk coun
ty Democracy, as a piece of intelligence
interesting alike to all. ' It is in fact
mpre the sentiments of the Democracy
throughout the State than the platform
.adopted at Albany. Intone particular,
however, it is in square opposition to
ibe State resolutions ! The one pub
Jishcd declares, against a tariff on .im
ports, but proposes to raise a revenue
by direct taxation, while the' other re
solves to raise money to carry on the
jpycrnment by a tariff on imports.
The Grand Du& of -Mecklenburg-
pining, wuu is marrjBU pa a cousiu, ui
Queen Victoria, lost the other day at a
gambling hell, over thirty thousand
dollars ju the pourep of a few qourg,
Democratic Platform. i
The Albany Democratic Convention
have constructed a long scries of tcs'o
lutions that ar6 nothing but a bundle
of words and -sentences thrown together
without meaning. There are only two
or three positive positions taken in the
whole platform : one, the suffrage ques
tion j another, the repudiation of the
nationaUdebt; and a third, the con
demnation of the course the Governor
has pursued in not calling an extra ses
sion of the Legislature. i
As fur as the proposition to pass an
amendment to the Constitution, res
eluding' the 14th andlSth amendments,
is concerned, would be a step back
wards, and one that would be exceed
ingly difficult to take now that so great
a voting element is added by those
amendments Besides, it would not be
an act of justico or policy to takeaway
from the negroes the rights guaranteed
bv the 14tn amendment. 1 hi JJemo-
crats- might just as well resolve to re
turn them to slavery, which a majority
of the party no doubt secretly desires.
the second point tucy maie is
couched in these words : "c favor
an equitable adjustment of the bonded
debt'of the United States." This por
tion of the platform is interpreted, by
the'provision of the Polk county Dem
ocratic resolutions, to mean repudiation
Tho Albany Convention dare not be
honest aud publicly declare their senti
ments, but cover theiu up so that in
one place they may be translated one
thing, and in another a different policy.
The very fact that they dare not plainly
say what Jthey mean is evidence that
the measure is dishonest and unjust.
The part of the platform relating to
local politics is bosh and is one that we
should have thought would have been
left out of the question.
The Resolution relating to a protec
tive tariff is net materially different
from the Republican idea on the same
subject, and was made to favor their
manufacturing candidate for Governor.
The Democratic party, true to its
old instmcts, has sought to inflame, the
prejudice's of the individual members
of the party against the inferior races,
and to that end the Albany Conven
tion has fired a paper wad against the
We have never been an advocate of
promiscuous Chinese immigration, but
have always considered that the agita
tion of the subject in politics is not the
way to prevent tho coming of these
foreigners. It is a great clap-trap ar
gument invented by Democrats to catch
voters. This same subject is- ably
treated in the Technologist, a journal
devoted exclusively to labor nd the
laboring man. That journal, not being
influenced by politics, thus disposes of
the subject :
- ''The most pressing of our require
ments, therefore, 13 a large increase in
the number of engineers, architects,
and educated superintendents of tech
nological processes, and this want is
rendered still more apparent, if we
consider the great additions that are
being made to the low grades of our
laboring, population, by the influx of
foreigners : for, whatever view we may
take of immigration m general, aud
Chinese labor in particular, it is 'ery
obvious that we might as well attempt
to oppose the advance of the tides ot
the-ocean as to oppp&se the human tide
that the superior attractions of our
country will draw to our shores. Our
only hope of escape from being over
whelmed lies in our ability to float upon
this tide, instead ot being sunk be
neath it. The battle between muscle
and brain will be waged as fiercely in
the. rants of labor, as ever was the bat
tle of caste between the feudal aris
tocracy and their vassals j and it is not
difficult to predict the result. He
who depends upon mere muscle for
success, whether in the field of agricuL
ture or the mechanic arts, will go to the
wall as surely as the serfs of old went
down before their steel-clad lords; and,
if wo are to hold our own in this coun
try, it must be by so educuting our
selves thawo may be competent to'dir
rect tand superintend the unskilled la
bor that is ' soon to bo thrown on the
To theso views of the waiter we
readily Accord assent, and hold that in-
stead of resolving in political platforms
to either foster or oppose the coming
ofL Chinamen, we should be preparing
ourselves for a higher round on tho
ladder of labor. v :
"SufTeriw; from wet groceries" is tho
polite Dame for drunk in Chicago.
; The Porest G rove Monthly truthful
ly remarks concerning tho action of
political parties that :
"The moment ti party claims a right
for itself as distinct from a free assent
to its principles, tliero is palpable, evi
dence that it is.no longer a true party
but a cabal in the hands of designing
uen. The appeal to party allegiance
is cvideuco of selff&h purpose. , The
claim of party leaders to the vote of its
it i i e
adherents, except upoD the grourVd of
siocero conviction, IS, in thlS View of
nartv obhiratton, an insult to'everv
honoiable man, and should be Tcpellt'd
uCcoru,ug,v. uuvg.ua,, tosuumuy
our pnucipies anu worK wuu tnos-e mai
ii ...til. ... "! :.i l
win wors wuu us. jjut, ici us not oniv
repel but rebuke, as becomes illtclli-
cent American freemen, the assumption
. , i i
Of those managers who think we can be
driven by tho Crack of a party whip to
advance any measure that they, the
it . . . 4.
leaders, propose to use the party for.
The Corvallis Gazelle gives this his
tory of the adoption of one of the
planks in the Democratic platform :
The Convention had a stormy time
over the 8th section of the platform
the repudiation plank. This section as
originally drafted wasa bold espousal
ot repudiation, and line platlorm was at
first adopted as a whole. Some -of the
sagacious ones then moved that the
Harden exploded a tempest of
upon the Convention, and was fearless
ly seconded by Jimmy O'Fay, both of
'whom wished the section to stand as it
was. Then Heed, of Portland, shook
out his plumes, and made the air lurid
all about vnm-Horious Ben. : A spec
tator iuforms us that for impassioned
eltKjilcncc aud trenchant sarcasm, Heed's
effort was as fine a thing as he ever
heard. It was noticed, however, that
every allusion to squtfrc-tocd repudia
tion was followed by a roar ot applause
from the Democratic host. . The section
was finally remodeled, and now means
repudiation under the poetical phrase,
The ' Oregonian ,,in speaking of the
Democratic platform adopted at Albany,
It is thrcughout malignant in spirit,
thoroughly reactionary, and worse in all
respects than any that has emanated J
from any Convention m any State.
Kc tho. PcmocraU of Kcn.uckj
would near us uueranco wun amaze
ment, if not with indignation. There
h uo word in it which indicates a spirit
of liberality or a conception of the du-
ties and requirements of the times.!
snch blind devotion to the narrow ideas
nf nfasoLincy dtmarrtfuf?s. was ncrer
Known teiore. mere ig oomiog in ine
platform that could stand for a day be-
forb the judgment of tle American pco-
plo. It is unnecessary to particularize j
the whole animus of the document is as
bad as the worst stuff ol the party could
Thn TT.m,L1 rrt.l hnf na if. ?j Mnnnt I
endorse the first resolution passed by
the Polk county Democracy. It says :
We think that portion of the first
resolution of the Polk county Demo
piaiiorm ue cousiuemi secuon ,oy sec- Miller to A. U. wuiiley, anl rrom said
UOU, hoping to modify the dangerous Wlutley t V. C. Wbitson, for want of per-
resolution. Then the war! began Ben. fon.al, rn mlufr T.fTtiA
cracy which advises forcible resistance largest ever offered In this Market, -to
the voting of negroes and Indians is Wfcicb wo will e!l at wholesale and retail as
inadvisable. We are opposed to resist- CHEAP as anj other ""J.? boon.'
ins: tne Jaw, on me pare or inuiviuuais,
and hope that no ons will attempt it in
Oregon."- i ' ' '
It is a noticeable fact that while the
Democratic press of the State has words
of praise and commendation for the
State nominees, not a word is said of
the platform. Urhile it reflects the re
pudiatron scntitneuts of tho leaders of
the 'party," they are ashamed to give out
to tho world that they have sunk so low
in financial dishonesty.
The Kcotucky Legislature began the
labors of the season by making this re
cord upon tho title page of its journal :
iTo the honor of George Washington,
the first Kebel.'V Has there not been
enough of this sort of talk ? Can any
sane political man in "this country .scri
ously desire" to renew it f George
Washington "rebelled" against a tyran
nr. and in order to establish a inafc and
b neficont Oovcn.ent-tho other "rob;
els , tried to touna a Uovernmcnt based
upon Salvery and Caste prejudices, and
to overturn a pomcai system which had iv;Ywv"y
won the admiration and af nlauso of the L.-- .';TermSi
civilized world. Is there no difference
every ouuu.uu.uu Miameu 10
revivo esu diujc ouneu auu worn-out at
controversy? Kentucky is dishoncred
bv her Kuklux Klans hrr Rimnrninn
of free discussion by Vitrihwce Com
mittee 'Wnd V her. shameful libel on the
men who foucrht to save theiTInlon frnm
being broken in pieces in the interest of
1 Tur i.3 It r m-
Slave holders. N. Y. limes.
A man whose wifo hnno- 1iIP !n
. .' i . . . ...
his presence, on OCingasKea Why he Old
not prevent the tragedy, replied : "I cut
her down three times last week, and I
can t ho always cutting her down,"
ID c m 6 e ra t,s!
A LL DEMOCRATS WHO ARE 0PP0S
J ed to tho workings of Cliques and com
binations, and who desire a fair expression of
the true Democracy of Polk, and all who feci
dbsatintied with the action of the late County
Convention, held at Dallas on larch le 19th,
1870, are requested to meet at-Oixie, on Satur-
d.yAprU i6th, iS7o, for the purpose of do-
vising some means by which they can bnrtnon-
he tli0 rurty- . uy request or
-a jt tit nnnsnv 4mrTVT?TTATfm
Xvl of the estate of F. 12. Hubbard, deceas-
d having filed his final account and asked for
a settlement of thn suine, it is ordered Ly tho
Court thttt Monday, the 2d day of May, 1870,
be set for the final hearing of paid account;
and tu lrsons intorestod in said estate ure
requeied to appear in the County Court of
Poik bounty, . (., at that dy, and show
cause, if any there be, why said account should
not be allowed anu stttlea, und said adtninis
trator discharged. J. L. COLLINS,
5:iw Co. Judge.
II V VIRTUE
OF ANT EXECUTION
El duly issued out of tho Circuit Court of
tlie State of Oregon, for Polk county, to tno
aireud, wherein it U nt f- rth that A. M. . Mil-
,er Pontiff, recovered judgment attest Wm
Cecil, Defendant, lor the turn of $jl5 60-lUt
md jlIt,,llltnt having tten troi-m-d fron
pun the louowtnir real i"ricriy
Ufy the judgment, intereit, costs anld accruing
costs, to-wit : Lot ?o. P) three in Jilock o
(17) seventeen, in the town of Dallas, Polk
count v, Oregon, and on Monday, ne Jaih day
of April, A. D. 170, at die houruf 10 o'clock,
a. m., ot mi'l day, at the Court lb use door,
in said town and county, I wilt ell said prem
ises to the highest bidder for tash.
J. W. .MITII.
5:1 w Sheriff of Poik Co., 0.
c. w. rAnyextEn
I P. J. ItABCOCK.
-' PARRIEHTER & BABCOGK,
JlanufaclurtT. and Wholesale and He-
tail IJealeiH iu
Commercial Street, Salcia, Oregon,
HAND THE LARGEST
( SSolInndM, mid
n t nrfl.FV i ttftllTfZ-.
To be found in Marion
ure Francs, CotSns and
on fchort - notice aad at
PARMENTEU & RABCOCK.
Fulcra, Marc 16 TO. 4 tf
I 5. J
wnole8ale arid Retail dealer, in
STATIOXKUY ' j
AND YANKEE NOTIONS,
Ifn TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY OF
ff inlorming the jiublic that we have just
received a larco invoice of
of all ,tyhJW(iircot from the
the East. otock is the
cal(,m 0rn.. March 10th. 1870. - 2-tf
; : '"STABLE.
lu rear of the Capital Hotel Corner,
HORSES AND CATtRIAOES TO LET
cn reasonablo terms. Special attention
pit jd to transient and boarding horse. j
BOOTH A PLAMONDON,
. 2-tf ' Proprietors.
inpHE ELLBNDALK MILL COMPANY
JL will give the highest market price for
wool, delivered at their Jactory in roik vo.
Their Store is also open, with a general' a
Bortuient of Dry Goods, Orrceries, Hardware,
tn7ncing -April first, and ending July first,
1870, at his old stand, Independence, Polk
lusurance.................. .$lo oj
paj,ments to be made in gold or silver coin,
wben theuiare feknown be wuu loai.
Idnopendence, March 21, lZt
U V. Dissolution Police.
npHE PARTNERSHIP JIERET(
I exiptinc between S. Mitchell & M.
doTf.under tho firm name of Mitchell fc
ilnrf. is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
All accounts against tne late twin win do sec
t.lodbv S. Mitchell. r
Either "of the above partioa will receipt for
any monies due to tho firm.
independence, March 23, 1870. Mf
HE W AD VER TISEMENTS.
SUCCESSORS TO B.
IMPORTEUS AND DEALERS
OF, ALL KINDS,
Tin Plate, i Sheet Jron, Copper,
0 Zinc, Brass & Block Tin,
Force niicl Lill! Puitsps,
CAST TIN AND ENAMELED
MAN UFA 0 2 UltERS OF
Tii, Sheet-Iron fc Copper
' i Warcl -
Great Variety of Gem Pans.
Iron and Lead Hpef of all sizes, for Gas,
Water and Stt-am.
RE TURN RENDS RUBBER HOSE,
PLUGS, BAti'll TUBS.
re 1 j re .
In all its branches done to 4rder, at the stand
of 11. Strang,
Union Ulof k Coutcicrclal St., Salem.
1870. ;U5Hrl JSHroj. 1870.
jMcn Tap ScJe Fcwcl Bj.ota ..fl i Ott
5 Men' Ihmble ct-lc, Sewed Root 13 0 g
JMen' Single Solo, Sewed jlJoots..... 12 00
.Men a Tap Solo, Ptsrged Jlooti.
Men' Single Sole, Pege-l Roots..
gMen'j Kip Roots, Oregoji or Ca'i-
Z, Men's O.t Frcuch Calf SeWtd Ox
C ford Tits...... i....... .....
g Men' R st French Calf lagged Ox
ford Ties 6 C0j
raillE PEST BRANDS 01 FRENCH CALF
ukciI in ail our uootH, ana every pair
warranted to give fali.-fdctifin. We also hare
tho larrft and hett stlvctod stoik of Eastern
and Culifvruia made Iluuts and siloes which
we offer at wholesale or retail at prices which
defy competition. j
OAK SOLE LIUTIIKIL FRENCH
CALK, Kl A Nil UPPER
Shoe Machinery -and evcirythini cenerally
lounil In a I.eal!icr anl I mihnz Store."'
Oold coin paid for HIDKS and FURS.
Salem, Ogn., March 10, lpO. 2 6tn
I EIN'O DESIROUS OF OOINO EAST.
Ill now offer for ii'e my well knewn
Ac, at rcry low rates. This property ia situ-
Hut na Vista,
on the Willamette riret, 'and on the nearest
and best route from Salesa to Corvallis and
.Southern Orcsron. i
The Ferry Uoat is attached to asuspcn?ion
Wire Rone and runs by the current, being safe
The Warehouse is new. built on tho improved
plan, with solid walls abov high water; gram
is received wituout elevation
My property is as rood if not the best pay
ing property in tho Stated at the sntno coft.
Tirae for a part of the pureiiaae. money will be
given. Tlnisp wishing a bargain will please
call at onco ou j . L. RJtitl
2-3ui J5ucua'Yta, Ogn.
In th Circuit Court of the State of Orrgon,
jor Polk County ;
Mary Allen, Plaintiff, vs. William Allen, Do
fendant. . I
fTIO WILLIAM ALLEN, SAID DEFEND-
X ANT: In tho name of tho State of Ore
gon, you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you in the
above named Court, by the first dny of the
next regular term, via ! : on the 25th day of
April, A. D., 1S70, or judgment will bo taken
against you for want thereof. And you are
hereby further notified that unless you appear
and answer a3 above required, said. Plaiutin
will apply t said Court for a decree dissolving
the bonds of matrimony existing between you,
and for tho care and custody of the minor
child, George Allen, the issue of said marriage.
By order of the Hon.jR. P. Boise, Judge,
this, 1 2th day of March, A. D., 1 870.
SuLlivah & Whitsos, Plaintiff's Att'ys.
Dallas, March 9, 1870. L 2-6w
TkTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
1 X will sell tho personal rtroncrtv cf the es
tate of N. Ford, late of llk county, deceas-
ea, consisiing oi ciwue, uurses, snecp, larming
tools and other chattels. Terms' of sale, six
months credit, coin notes vith approved surety
with interest at one per cc it. per month. Sale
to take place at Dixie, on Monday, March 21,
1870. " J. T. FORD,
Final Sell lenient.
WM. B. EARNEST, ADMINISTRATOR
of tho estate of lull. Couch, deceased,
having filed his final account and asked for
final settlement of tho siimo, It is ordered bv
tho Court that Tuesday, Aiml 5th, 1870, bo set
for the final hearing of said accounts ; and all
persons interested therein are required to ap
pear in the County Court bf Polk county, Ore
gon, on that day, and lUo their objections to
the same, if any thcro bei
J. L. COLLINS, Co. JudgQ,
HE W Id VER TISEMENTS.
rnilE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR .
8 Phased all the printing material uad in
the publication of tho J'olk County 7tme$ l
newxpaper, togetner wan u mo uw -counts
belonging to jaid paper, bare aeoci
ated ourselvei . together and have engageiUn
the publication of a weekly paper, at Dalla,
in Polk County, Oregon, to bo called the
All debts dne the Po?k. County Time, both-
on lubecription and advertising account, ara
now due, and prompt payment is greatly ae
sired. All prepaid eubpcrlpiions of the ""fY".
extending beyond June Utn, iu, wui,iuj"- , ,
ticeto the eubscribers, be filed out by us.
' New subscriptions and advertisement are
earnestly solicited. We beg to assure .sub- ;
SCTiTjers and advertisers that they will gtt val
ue received for the patronage they extend to
D. M. C.'.GAUliT,
W. W. BOONE,
W. C. WIIITSON.
Dallas, Ogn. March 5, 1T0. .
. 1 -
J. W. CBAWFOBD.
T. B. JIEWMAX
PIONEER m AXD STOVE STORE,
Front Street, one Door South: of
Po3t Omce, r
Dallas ------- uregQn.
fflHE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO
H inform the citizens ot Dallas ana vicinity
that they have replenished their atock of tin- ,
ware and have now on hand a large assort
; Box and Parlor Stoves,
Copper, ' ' . " ; .
Of every description. Ako a large supply or
1 Ire, Ac
Having procured tho services of. a first-class
workman we arc now constantly manufactur
ing all kinds of tin furnishings for stoves an4 v
for farmers nfe. Such a? '
Stove IJoilcrs. Coffee and Tea Pots, ;
Tea Kettles, MiU Tans. Dippers,
I.ard and lHitter Cans.
And in fact, all articles of tinware nsaally
found in stove an tinware rtoren, all of whteh
we offer for sale at prices that will justify pur-,
chasers to patronize us rather than Salem or
Special attention will be given to
Job Work ,
Of all kinds.
In connection with the stova and tin etore,
we will continue oar
: : MEAT ffSARffiKT,-- :
Where will bo kept all kinds of seasonable
useats, both FRESU and SALT. ,
Ii exchango for good. in ourr Una we will
take all kinds of country produce, such as
Butt, r, Eggs, Chickens, Flour, Bacon, ; Ac.
We invita the public to call and examine
our stock. CRAWFORD NEWMAN. '
Dallas, March 4, JS70. ' M-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED 'HAVE REMOVED
their old stand to that formerly occupied
by J. Emmens, corner of Front and Mill St?.,
llUas, Ogn., where " tbeyj wilt continue to of
f for sale a choice selection of
'' ..' Boots . Sf Shoe,
Scftool Boohs, ; . i
In fact everything found in Retail Stores,
At Prices t3 Suit'tha Times.
Country .Produce taken in exchange for
Those having accounts are requested to call
and settle by CASH or NOTE. ;
We thank tho public for their liberal pat-
ronage in thte past, and hope for a continuance
of tho Same.
1 N. A. J. D, LEET. ': -1
Dallas, March 1st, 1870. : 1-tf
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oreion. for - -PolkCounty.
' 7 ' v 7
Mary -Shaffer, Plaintiff, vs. John Shaffer Da-
fendant. Suit for Divorce.- . ,
flO JOHN SHAFFER, SAID DEFEND-.
JL ANT: In tho name of the State of Oro- r
gon you ai-4 hereby sum'monedand required to
appear ana answer toe complaint of the Plain
tiff, filed against you in the above named Court, .
by the first day of the next regular term of .
said Court, vU : on the 25th day of April, A.
D., 1870! or judgment -.will bo taken against
jou tor want utercoi; una you are nercby Tut
the , notified that, unless you appear and an-
swer as above required, said Plaintiff will an- ' ;
riy io.iub vonn ior a aecree, aissolving tho ?
bonds of matrimony existing lctwoen you.
iiy orocr or mo uon. u. p. Uoise, Judge,
this 19th day of March, A. D., 1870.
3 Cw .lUrrES & Mver, Att'ys for PlflV - :.'
; The llest (ioods at Lowest Prlcen I
JOHN G. HODGE & CO., 1
327-329 and 331 Sansome St., Ban Fran- '
KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK OF ,
Stationery, Blank Books, School Books
Wrapping Paper, Playing Cards, Pocket CuS '
Ury, Razors, Scissors, Notions, Ac, to be found
on the Pacific Coast. Prompt attention given,
to supply the trade, and satisfaction euarau- '
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