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Jasde the cloud of isolation peculiar to from London to Charleston be refused!
all pioneer countries, which through caused the latter to most emphatically!
ri these years has measurably enshroud reprove his subordinate. Air. Bayar"
ed them in its discouraging mists, and says: “Donot reject London aid. Bos
darkened and obscured the path of their ton and Chicago shows precedentsjfor
Sept 14, 1SS6 progress; to assert their independence accepting. Ido not feel justified; in
refusing voluntary aid for individual
of and declare their triumph over im suffering.
(>REG()\ : ' 77.7.’.V.I f, J VW VEME > /.< pediment that has heretofore delayed
and obstructed them in their patient,
K. B. WATSON.
The completion of the improvements honest, persistent, and noble efforts to J. ». WATSON. W. T. BOMB
at tin mouth of the Columbia, the Cas establish on the shores of the Pacific a
WATSON, HUME & WATSON.
cades, and other points on the Coliirn- great empire of civalization, an inde
biaand Willamette rivers, and tributa pendent and powerful state, which
ries. and at Yaqnina harbor, with the shall acknowledge no master, no dicta Portland Havings Bank Building,
completion ot the XI’ to Puget sound, tor, or recognize no superior in all that
the ORB across the great wheat-grow pertains to social, commercial, and po
ing belt of the Willamette, and into litical equality, independence and pow
< astern On gon. with the completion of er. save that entity, the national gov
the gap on the line of the Oregon and
ernment, the union of states,the Ameri M c M innville ,
California, will of themselves, even
of which it is to-day no
though the proposed ship railway at
inconsiderable factor, and of which in J acob W ortman ...................... PrefiidentM
t)ie Dalles should meet with some de
D. P. T hompson ,............ Vice-presi^entfiei
the no distant future it is destined to J
ohn W ortman ......................... CashierLn
lay, redm e the cost of transportation of
become so an exceptionally important
every bushel of grain and every pound
and highly influential a constituent
a General Banking bueinere.
of wool, 01 other product the people of part. These things accomplished, then Transacts
Interest allowed <>n time deposits.
Oregon may have to export, at least
Collections made on favorable terms.
will the ever increasing beauty and 8:gh! Hxchange and Telegraphic Tn»Befer<^ff
one sixth of the present rates, and will grandeur
of the star of that empire of
to that 1 xtent add to the personal in civilization, of political and commer on New York, fean Franciseo and Portland.
Offer- hour»—from 6 a. in. to 4 p. rm
terest ot the producer, and promote the
power, which but. in the recent
general w> lfare and meterial prosperi
past, as so beautifully described by
ty of the whole state. These great
works are not local but national, and Berkely, took its course to the west
indeed international in their character, ward through the fogs and deserts, and Represents the following st err: ng com pen •
London & Liverpool A Globe, North Th
as much so as is the improvement of repellant savagery of the intervening ies:
British A Mercantile. Commercial Unionmnr,
Fire Association, German American, Fire""
the Mississippi river, the construction
’s Fund, Hartford, Commercial. .Angloneilii
of the Hennepin canal, or the improve-] rugged mountains, ami the dense for man
Nevada. State ’n vestment.
ment of New York harbor, and all these
Wheat insurance a specialty.
Mr. Mitchell concedes, are in every
sense great national enterprises of more fixed and steady light, and with
undimmed and inextiugnishable
IKiramount importance to the producers an
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and shippers of this country, and to the
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best inb rests of the republic. With
The local fair to begin at Newberg J. C. B raly ----------------------President he <
the completion of the commercial im
M c D onald , J r ............. Secretary I
the 23d is free for all. For several W.D.
C lark B raly .............................. Ca8hieinapr
provements now under way in south
ern Oregon, at Coos bay, the Coquille, years the people in that part of that Transacts a general Banking Borines*. Col-fr1®8’
lections made on favorable terms
and other' yet to be inaugurated at county have made a neighborhood ex
Exchange on Ladd A Tilton, Portland. Or.] 1
port Qifoid, I'mpqaa, and other iin hibit that has been a great credit as
Interest allowed on time deposits.
portant ] oints; with the completion of well as a means progress. I f such fairs
the small gap to completu railroad con could be held in all parts of Oregon W. J. GAHBI8ON.
A. H. GAUNT. vt.izwl
nection between Oregon and Califor
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they would do much to create honra
nia; and the proposed improvement,
enterprise and emulation and add
for which a bill is pending in the sen
little to the social advantages of
ate, for shorteniug the route and reduc
ing the glade of the military wagon our state.
Where the best of meats can always bt fvunil^B,<
road bet vei n the Rogue river and the “ Say, Matilda, have you tasted the and at the most reasonable prices, whertiost
Klamath countries, and the construc new tea that A. J. Apperson has just the loin of beef is divided with our custom .
ere. Mt .ts done up in the latest styles kKina:
tion of branch and intersecting lines of
• n 1 good weights given. Give ns a call.
railroad into southeastern Oregon; with
government recognition of Crater lake “Good! Well, I should just say so. I
W. J. Garrison &
park. (Io grandest natural park on the shall never buy anything else, and I
s. C. FOBCI
fan ot the earth; we except none; with only wonder 1 did not know it before. C. D. JOHNSON.
fraudulent wagon road grants wiped Why, its flavor is delicious, and a cup
JOHNSON & PORCI-:
out of existence by the judicial decrees; of it «Iocs me more good when I am
we may < xpect the people of Oregon, in tired out than any tea I ever tasted.”
all its sections and in every locality,
whose vital interests it is my bounden “I must get some of it.” “Do, and WAGONS, HACKS, BUGSIES,
duty as well as my great pleasure to mind you can only get it at Apper-
aid in advancing and promoting here, 8on’s, it was imported direct to this
to throw otl the fetters of commercial town by himself.”
B Street, between Third and Fourth.
bondage that have so materially im Minister Phelps’ suggestion to Sec C-^”Carriage Painting and Repairing
peded thcii ¡0ogress in the past, brush retary Bayard that the proffer of aid Specialty, Perfect satisfaction guarantee
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