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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1893-1895 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1893)
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NOW FOR TBE.PR01T PALACE
The lfrsg&typp tte Eaic'Ex
SolicitiBg AsilcejFremrtg m
TO FBU1T OBOWKBS.
The undersigned ware appointed a
committee to receive volunteer contri
butions of choice fruits for the Fruit
Palace exhibit at the State Fair.
There will be no money spent by the
committee buying fruit to decorate the
Fruit Palace with this year, but it re
lies entirely upon the combined efforts
of those who grow fruit. If they will
consult their best Interests they will
make this a great success.
At alow estimate two tonsoffruli
will be required. The entire building
Inside and outside should be covered
with our most beautiful fruits. The
committee will be to considerable ex
pensetoget up a souvenir pamphlet
containing the name of each contribu
tor, description of fruit and where
grown. Please fill out the enclosed
blank that these facts may be available
and you be given proper credit. Dona
tions should not be less than a peck.
The state board and business men of
Balem have furnished the means to dis
play the fruit and make It an artistic
exhibit. This will cost several hun
dred dollars. Trio exhibit will be
lighted and guarded at night, and prop
er persons will care for It In day time.
It devolves upon tho fruit growers qf
thl vnlloy and Oregon to supply the
fruit for this building tho fruit palace
which ought not to be equalled in
magnificence of dlspltjy nuy where on
The fair will begin at the state fair
ground at Salem, Monday, September
11, and all contributions of fruit must
be in the hands of the committee or on
the grounds by Friday or Saturday, tho
8th or Oth, and not later than Monday
the 11th. A blank is enclosed on which
you aro requested to notify the secretary
of tho committee, Mr. C. Marsh, Balem,
what kinds of fruits you can contribute.
Please act In this matter at once.
The committee is satisfied that
enough fruit will go to wasto lu Oregon
to build many such palaces as that con
templated. All wo need to make a
splendid show is to organize aud co
operate a little. We ask your assist
ance, and immediate attontion to this
nutter. Ask your neighbor to help the
Let us break up the apathy that has
so long aOloted Oregon to her material
detriment. Lot us show all who visit
our state fair that Oregon Is the great
est fruit produclug couutry in tho
world. Our state fair should not be
given over in polut of Interest altogeth
er to horses, races and money making
enterprises. It devolves upon us ns
friends of horticulture to make the
Fruit Fdlaco a graud aud permauent
feature of our annual state fulr.
The committee luvo made arrange
ments to group the fruit from any one
fruit growing center by Itself so as to
give particular localities. No better
BMtkod of advertising your notual pro
duets can he invented. This fruit will
not; eotnpete for premiums iu tho state
Mr tat eaefa exhibit will be seen by all
wte ge to the fair upon Its own merits.
Bseldn glvlug us a donation of fruit
WW te the. fair yourself, and get copies
of tbe Ff pit Plce Bovvenii, and pho
tegrapiw of the Fruit Palace, showing
your ows fruit and that of others.
The co8K)Mte feel sure all will be well
hjmM for f he little effort required on
I part of ch oan addressed te make
t-ki. exhibit the crowning success of
frtateialr. 13 ITufjch,
T. M, Kris,
A Balem papersajsr y
for the.poaltlon of fSbpol superintend-
ent, they should npt be compelledto go
outside of the city. There 'xetIoU of
mrvl men b'ere who are"mDiy qualified
for the position men who pay taxes to '
keen un our DUblic ecbools. 'mere is
some talk qf a man. who atpresenMa
holding a good position in Monmouth.
He has no property intertsiain Balem
and in no way Is he better filled for the
position than are iome Qf the Balem
By all means, a place should be made
forfiome one that Jives within, thacity
limits. Is not this a contemptible doc-
taxes for edpcatlqd, not to accommo-
date aeroo one. u a. city. npeHH3uu-
eat isjetigagedj toe school JbSsfji will
.projBfiy.iefflpigywjnepeM , eqHippea
person irocB au .educational BiaDapoini
taattae salary tney can give can pro-
care. The tiate is long, past wjiea no
one but a resident property owner can
be employed Inour public school?. The
people tiavie iome ''right to get good
schools for their money and ought to
be consulted In the expenditure of It.
, j , . .
Congressman Hermann has bee,n ap
pointed on the committee of rivers aud
harbors by Speaker Crisp, while Con
gressman Ellis Is given a place on that
of public lands
Itoseburg Review, Dem: R. J. Hen
dricks, for nine years the able editor of
the Salem Statesman, has temporarily
severed his connection with the manag-
ment of that paper, to take the position
of superintendent of the State Reform
school. C. B. Irvine, who becomes
managing editor in bis place, has the
newspaper ability to keep the Stales
man fully abreast of the times, and up
to its high standard as a disseminator of
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A rich and priceless thing.
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My precious gin, 1 bring.
Such the object and such tho mission
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Favorite Prescription. Don't let un
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sharing the health and beauty proitereu
in good faith, by this most excellent
Remedy 1 None of the almost count
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mended, sold through druggists,, and
guaranteed by the World's Dispensary
Medical Association Buffalo, N. Y , to
give Bauaiacuon, in every case, or mou
ey paid, cheerfully refunded.
Before Going to the Wojld'a
Tho Limited Krpreaa trains of the Chi
cajro, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway-
between til. ruui ana uuicago ana
Omaha and Chicago.
These trains are vestlbuled, electric
lighted and steam heated, with the flu
est Dining and Bleeping Car Service iu
The Electrlo reading light In each
berth Is tho successful novelty of this
progressive age, and Is highly appreclat
ed by all regular patrons of this line.
Wo wish others to kuow its merits, as
tne Ublcago Milwaukee & tit. mil Kail
way Is the only line In the west enjoy
ing tue exclusive use or mis patent.
For further information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
u. J. .ddy, uonerai Agent,
J. W. Cabey, Trav. Pass. Act.
225 Stark St., Portland, Or. tf
Dog Bat Dog.
Fibst Bili, Collecter:
8E00ND B. C: "FIrstrate. Every
body in Salem is pay lug up wherever
First B. C: "That's good. Suppose
you pay mo a bill that Bmlth has left
in my hands for collection."
Skcond B. C: "I'll exchange with
you a bill of Smith's I hold for colltc
tlnn against you."
Both conclude that they would not
settle Smith's bills and depart lu oppos
ite directions to collect from other peo
what a comfort it is to
have- ready at hand a
remedy that nevor fails
o rohovo Constipation,
and that, without pain or
discomfort; and almost
immediately cures head
aches, and dispols every
symptom of Dyspepsia.
Such a remedy is found
in Simmons Liver Begu
lator not a awootened
compound to naueoato, or
on intoxicating bevorage
f .) cultivate an alcoholic
ppotito, hut a medicine
pleasant to tho tasto, and
perfectly harmless when
given to tho smallest
child. S, L. R. nover
disappoints, It possesses
tho virtuos and perfec
tions of a roliablo remody
of tho kind endorsed by
"It afford me pleasure to add vay tastl.
oaony to Oiom you rooelvo annually In
raforenoa to your valuable luoJkine. 1
eoaslder Hlmraon Liver Regulator thn
Mt finally modtclno ou the market, t
av srcrlbd it with excellent reuiu."
Zf, f. Pah, H, P., Titer City, Ton,
jgfctcJo upon the; American encamp-
meat Jagsoiennsuujiess uweii. aruuuu.
yQ jjjoandjBf mirth or jglllty was beard, for
tbepatricts of America, tbe conquerors of
Burgoyne'aod CornwallU, trithont food
.hd without shelter, looked forward to
that gloomy period as not far dbtant when
they shoald be compelled to submit to the
power of the oppressor.
It was the night of Dec. 23 that h young
officer of commanding figure was seen slow
Iy approaching the camp of his general. He
toon arrived at a log hut, the headquarter
pf Washington, and was Immediately aU-
muted into his presence. Alter the usual
salutations they began business, which.
however, was carried on in such a tone as
rendered it impossible to be overheard ex
cept when carried away by the feelings of
the moment they bo far forget themselves
as to disregard this precaution.
'Asnvl" exclaimed the youngman. "Lair
an officer descend to the performance of
such a duty?"
"Do you love your country;" was tne caim
reply of Washington.
"God knows I do. I will do anything
consistent with my honor. But to enter an
enemy's camp as a spy to be discovered
to Buffer an Ignominious aeatn on we scai
foldl I fear not death. I hare courted it in
battle, but if I fall I must fall with honorl
Aa a spy I shall only be remembered with
indignation and contempt."
"This is true," replied the general. "I
will force no man to undertake such a duty
against hls.will. But this Is the hour of
our country's peril. A moment may decide
her destiny. You are an officer, and there
fore ought not to be required to undertake
this office, but you alone are qualified, and
on your decision the fate of your country
may depend. Reflect, und if the ciuse is
worth the sacrifice of your life depart and
take such precautions as you may deem
He bowed and left the apartment. The
officer stood transfixed. When, having
slowly recovered, he returned to his quar
ters, his cheek was flushed, his step hasty,
and he was evidently in great agitation of
mind. On reaching his tent he threw him
self on bis bed and gave way to the torrent
of his emotions, but comforting himself
with the consoling reflection that it was for
his country he risked his life and that In
tho camp of.the enemy, as well as on the
field of battle, an Almighty God was his
protector, lie took such precautions as were
necessary for his sucows, and with one com
panion immediately proceeded on his per
ilous duty, using great circumspection to
prevent his person from being discovered
by the scoute of the enemy, who occupied
They had not proceeded more than a mile
before the sky became overcast, the wind
arose in its strength and blew with such
force that nothing could be, heard but the
groaning of the forests as their huge trunks
bent to the blast. From a storm it soon be
camo a hurricane. Vast branches were torn
from tho trees and burled into the air; the
giant oaks, with a crash, were thrown to
the ground; the thunder roared, the light
ning gleamed, and nature seemed as If In
the throes of death.
Steadilj they proceeded on their way,
congratulating themselves upon the uproar
of the elements, as most likely to favor
their purpose. .Mile after mile did they
traverse the country, and they began to
fear they had lost the road, when, on turn
ing a corner, they found themselves di
rectly before a large watchfire. Many men
roro banging around. Borne were sleep
ing, others talking but all too busy to
notice our heroes. Fortunately for them,
tho sentinel had not returned at the time,
and before he again performed his round
they had concealed themselves in a narrow
trench dug foragrlcuiturai purposes, which
ran nearly parallel with tho encampment.
Here the officer, whom we will call Alfred
Post, directed his companion to remain
concealed and gather what information he
.could, while he resorted to tho other side
for a similar purpose, but charging him by
no means to leave the place till his return.
Having given these orders, be proceeded
up the trench upon his hands and knees
now, upon the approach of the sentinel,
lying quite still, now proceeding stealthily
upon his way. In this manner ho per
formed the circuit of the camp, noting the
position and the strength of each regiment
as nearly as he could determine. Haviug
this important information, ha returned to
his comrade, desiring him to hasten with
all his speed to deliver it to Washington
while be Intended to penetrate into the
camp Itself, it possible, and gain more ac
curate information. The storm, which had
gradually abated, now wholly ceased, but
still the heavens were concealed under a
thick mass of clouds. While in the trench
he accidentally overheard the watchword,
lie hoped that, with this and the darkness
of tho night, ho might with safety pass the
outposts and penetrate into the camp, and
he therefore immediately proceeded to the
execution of his project. Ho reached the
sentinel, gave the word and was about tr
poss when the moon, bursting from under
the clouds, shone down upon the scene.
''Staud or dlel" was the prompt demand
of tho sentinel as the American uniform
met his eye.
Escape was Impossible. The grenadier
had a loaded musket to the breast of Post,
which, upon the least sign of resistance,
would have been discharged Into his body.
In a word, he was boon a prisoner and on
his way to tho tent of Colonel Rawdon.
The commander of the Uritish armr was
sitting In his teut, In company with several
of his highest officers, encaged in arrang
ing tue ruiure movements or tue campaign.
On the entrance of the prisoner the conver
sation ceased, and after a short interroga
tion orders were Issued for a court martial
to sit the next morning.
Post was conducted to another tent anil
a guard placed overhltn, and notwlthstaud
tug his dreadful hltuatlon on the very ergo
of eternity he ooon fe 1 into a deep sleep,
from which he was arousul by his jailer to
conduct him to his trial. The trial was
short The prisoner's guilt was manifest,
and a verdict of guilty was returned by the
Colonel Rawi' u arose and was about to
i address the court when the sUrill report of
60") rifles ruug ou the air, and the next mo
ment, the whole Anierlc.Au army ndvnnclug
charged with au Irresistible force. The en
emy was drieu from the field, and Alfred
Post, through the timely interference of
( hi friends, wm ouoo more restored to hi
frtcida arid counrj, Kxchange.
1 Qo JcuMed SpnuUueopaly,
I A singular Aft was cntued bytheignl
tlonof coal piled up ngninht the outklile of
n boiler kouve. There were Si Inchej of
brickwork between the boiler betting,
, which waa in contact with the wall and
tho coal, but Mifticleut beat had passed
through to Mt the co.tl on fire, Kvrn where
Liner I no extraneous bent bituminous
.coal will aoiuetlme Ignite tpontaueoukly,
M has been clearly, ilemoustrutl by the
mill mutual compaulra, and a rear '
ago three flm were dtt te tkU c
SIX SPASUS A DAY.
C. HUc Xtedleal Co , Elkhart, ZnJ,
Cr-T-raKt : I never low an opportunity to
jccmuer.j Ir. Jlllcs' I'.cttornUTe Kerrtne t any
f . pneaaSIcledHlthtierTOUi complaint!
M Ajl wliii '-lie ovurauce that it will not
-i nppolnt thtn. When our boy was
ihte-aEKa 'ucmhersatucked with violent
I..-T5. .-cjlincs he lrmild haTB five or ill
urwi.ia.. Tfc.citay wr. TRito mmv,MTi.
s ;T,nur ntKtriT; finally our dnugiit
) -nt-Lilm .... .... Dr. Miles' Rf-
oraUve l.er .fi I W K il vlnt Wetrlec
u tile, amt
it " '' " ronld u lhl
jvh c:criTrDqu tm rmtT 001c. "e
ict it ice tallies, ana I am happy to tay the
hlld v.fMTI RELY CURED. We wed ho
her r. medj, aadliU cure u complete. lis li
j healthy. Touaraat lTbtrtytocMBynaisain
jounoiNO the f" or this noHosirui.
acueov. 8, a IIIACOX, '
A?nt Pacifla Exp?9i 06.
Haitlngs, Nebraska, April 6th, UW2.
Dr. Miles Nervine,
most exxtxa cuxs ro
HEADACHE, FETJRAKJIA, HESTOTJS PSOB-
TKATIOH, DE23HE38, BPABKS, BLEEPLESg-
HESS, DULLHES3, BLUES, and OPIUX HABET.
SOLD ON. A POSITIVE aUARANTSC
TRY DR.hlLES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 GTS.
e!old by D. J. Fry, druggist, Balem
Doctor prescribed : Caetorfp
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
SALEM,August 24, 4 p. m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
press were as follews:
BAL-KU PRODUCE MARKET.
Peas and beans-8 to 10 cents a gallon.
Blackberries wild 50cts. a gallon;
tame 5 eta. a box.
Peaches 70 to 80 cts. a basket
Veals dressed 4J cts.
Hogs dressed 6J to 6.
Live cattle 2 to 2J.
Sbeep alive $1.50 to $2.00.
Spring lambs $1 60 to 12.00.
Balem Milling Co. quetes: Flour
In wholesale lota $3.20. Betail $3.60.
Bran $17 bulk, $18 sacked. Shorts $19
and $20. Cbbp feed $10 and $20.
Old wheat on Btorage 48 cents. New
wheat 50 cents.
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oats old, 38 to 40c, new SOo.
Hay Baled, new $8 to $12; old $10 to
$14. Wild In bulk, $0 to $8.
Barley Brewing, at Balem, No. 1,
95 to $1.00 per cwt. No. 2, 70 to 85 cts.
Apples 75o to $1.00 a bushel.
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Small sale, 15 to 17c.
egs 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.
Oulous 1J to 2 cents.
Beeswax 31c. Caraway seed, 18c.
Anise seed, 26o. Ginseng, $1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Green, 2 cte; drv, 4 cts; sheep polls,
75 eta to $1.25. No quotations on tan.
Chickens 7 to 10 eta; broilers 10tol2J;
ducks, 12; turkeys, slow sale, choice,
10 cts; geeso slow.
Grain, Feed, etc.
Flour Standard, $3.40; Walla Walla,
$3.40; graham, $3.00; superfine, $2.50
Oats White, 45o per bushel, grey, 42c;
rolled, in bairs. $6.25(3)6.50: barrels.
$0.606.75; cases. $3.75.
Hay Best, $1517 per ton;common,
wool valley. 10 to 12c
Mlllstuffa Bran, $17.00; shorts, $21;
ground barley. J2GM24: cbao feed. $18
per tou; whole feed, barley, 8085 per
ceutai; miqaitng, $23(a)-.as per teu: Draw
ing barley, 9095o per cental: chicken
wheat. $1 22 1.24 per cental.
Hops 10 10 18c.
Butter Oregon fancy creamery, 22J
25cj fancy dairy, 2022jo; fair to good,
16 17c: common, 14 to 15c per lb; Cali
fornia, S544q per roll.
Cheese Oregon, 12; Eastern
twins, 16c; Young American, HJo per
per pound; California ata, 14c.
Eggs Oregon, 15 to 17o per dozen.
Poultry Chlckens.eld.S5.00: broilers.
large, $2003 0u; ducks, old, $1.50
6 00; young, r2604.00; geeee, fOO
turkeys, live, 12c; dressed, 15o, per R.
BAN FRANCISCO WARKKT.
Woel: Oresron Eastern cfeoloo. 12(31
IRo; do Inferior, 9llo; do valley, 14
PoUtoee Enrly Rose, 45050. Bur
banks, $ M85c per cental.
Onions 7585o per cental for red.
Barley..Feed, 5082o per .osntal
for good quality aud 8Jo for ebolce;
brewing. $ 1 00 per oental,
Tho thousand dollar ear ring of a
Baltimore girl has made a long journey
and come back in safety. She missed
it after a shopping excursion, and ad
vertising brought no trace of it. Borne
weeks later a city millinery firm re
ceived a letter from an Alabama cus
tomer stating that the bonnet she or
dered had come all rlgbt, and that she
was pleased to find a diamond among
the lace trimmings. Not thinking that
it was a present from the firm, she said
that she was anxious to return it to the
owner if she could bo found. This Is a
specimen of feminine that is refreshing,
since the Alabama girl oould doubtless
have kept the jewel without question.
$100 Howard, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreadful disease that science has
been able to cure In all its stages and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the ouly positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hull's Caturrb
Cure Is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution, and assisting nature In
doing Its work. The proprietors have
so much faith in its curative powers,
that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it falls to cure. Bend
for list of testimonials.
Address, F. J. Cheney & Co.. To
ledo, O. J63old hv druggists, 75c,
Where is the Money.
First Burglar: "I'm out of luck.
Three of the best residences gone
through last night and not a cent."
Second B: "You're a fool. The
money nowadays is all locked up in
First B: "You are certelnly mis
taken. I tpent all of last week in sev
eral at Portland."
A Planters Experience.
T plantation Is in a malarial dis
trict, where fever and ague prevailed.
I employ 150 hands j frequently hair
of them wore sick. I was nearly dis).
eonragea when I began tho use ex
The result was mnrrellons. My men
became strouir ana tiearty, ana I have
bad no fnrthur trouble. With the
pllb, x wonld not fear to Uto la may
swamp." E. BIVAI Bayou Bars, Ia.
Office, 140 to 141 Washington St., S. 7,
ST. PAUL'S ACADEMY,
St. Paul, Marion County, Oregon.
Couduc'ed by the Utera of the Holy Names of
JesuB and Mary. Tbe location aDords all that
can do nenreo ror neaitnmi outdoor exercise.
hi. Paol can bo easily reached by boats on tbe
Willamette, Tbe building la new and supplied
with all tbe modern Improvements. The
course of study Is complete.
Stenography and Typewriting Taught.
For further pat ticu'ars apply to Ulster Roper
lor. 8-1-1 mdiw
Conservatorv of Music.
Willamette University, Salem, Or.,
School of music for piano, organ, violin,
singing, orchestral instruments, harmo
ny, counterpoint, fugue, orchestration
and higher musical composition. No
better grade of work done west of the
Rocky mountains. Prices low. Seven
teachers. Next term begins Sept. 4th.
Send for annual year book or address,
Z. M. Parvin, Alus. Doctor, musical
director. 8 0 2md&w
Oldest, Highest and Most Extended
Institution of Learning in the Pacific
81xteen courses of Instruction, from
Grammar, through Academic and Col
lege, to Theology, Law and Medicine.
Splendid Courses for Training in
Teaching, Business, Art, Elocution
and Music. Several Post Graduate
Courses. Stronger and better than ever.
It's Woman's College a (lords an Ideal
home for young ladles with unsurpassed
facilities for their care and training.
The school year openB Sept. 4, 1893.
For Year Book and all Information
relating to school management and
course of study, address,
President GEO. WHITAKBa, D.D.
For flnanoial information, address,
Sev. J. H. BOORK, Agent,
8-22-d&w Salem, Oregon.
DOWN OO THE RATESI
Tbe Union Pacific now leads with re
duced rates to eastern points, and their
1UIUU5U ui miniiKciucuu, uiaKulllD
ently equipped Pullman and Tourist
sleepers, free reclining chair car and
fat time, make It (be best time to trav
el. Two trains leave from Portland
dally at 8:45 a, ni. and 730 p. 9. Tbe
rates are now within reach ofatland
everybody should take advantage of
mem to visit me wpriq'a rair ana tneir
iriennsiu tne east, oend for rate and
schedule of train?, ns dp sot purchase
iiuaem un.ii aiier cnusuiting iwlse &
Barker, agentB, Salem, Or.
. . .. W. H. Huruiurt,
Ass't Oen'l Itass. Ageut, U. P.,
CONTItACTORS & riiASTIjtERa.
llkVl M ,i f'l
"Cuteria Is so veil adapted to cDdreB that
I recommand J t km superior to anyjprcjJfln
known to me H. A. A antra, M. D.,
IU So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, H. T.
"The tuw.of'Cftstorta'b sounlreTMl and
its merits so well known that It seemsk work
of supererogation to endorse It. Few are tha
Intelligent families who do not keep CaMorU
within easy reach."
Completed and ready to wait on customers. Horses boarded by day or week
at reasonable prices. We, keep a full line, ,ofvTruc&i,Draya, and Express to
meet. all demands. Also keep the fiqest.8talllnns in this county, for Bervlce.
B.arn andresldence 2 block Bouth of postbffl'ce. "'RYAN' & CO.
If you would be clean and have your clotheB done up in
the neatest and dressiest manner, take them to ,the
SALE3VI STKAM LAUNDRY
where all work is done by white labor and in the most prompt
manner. COLON'EL J. OLMSTED,
THE LEADING INDEPENDENT
OF THE VALLEY.
GHEAPEST IWSMP1 1 l
Receiving all the
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news of the world.
Editorial comment is fearless and nndepeAdent. Edited
by its publishers to secure good government for the people,
able to deal justly and fairly with all.
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