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!TV"J52jruS'Ce OAJPITAI. JOHTKNJkA FKIDAY, SEPTECBER 22, 1893,
TOE (ItffflL JOmBUL
FUW.W11KO PAIL.Y, EXCKKT80KD
ST TBX Jj
Capital Journal PubUshing, jjnpany.
p wtifflc Dtos. Oeltnmwetol Street.
H0FR BROTHERS, - - Utoxu
illy, by canter, per raeatti,
UaJly, bf uu.it. per jear.
Wteifr. ps"f pcr-x.
E2IF0EGE THE GEARY ACT.
La Grande JaJWr
CvoUti of TTaionTConnty.
Atfatnass meeting of tbe cltfixns of I
Union oonnty.Oresou.beld In'StewaroVal
n T7,m. Ta 1 ramie. Balurda?:
evening, Sep temrer10, ibe following
refioluUonsrlDtroaucea oy ex-eeuu .
H. Biater, were nafilmouiy uloptttU
.... trtS..rht.'-,.:.r ii?L rHIioa9
resident in tbeUoittd dlateS; T3Tegr8
ler in accordaui with tbe require
menu of tbe Geary Act was by tne di
ixxloa of tbe fcix Companies, bo called,
a rider whose auspice aud control aai'
Cbinamen were brought Into tula couu
try, and under wue control and direc
tion they remain while here, and
"Whereas: Said action of said Six
CEaj:anIes,o aU vising and directing
their aervlle couuiryinen uoi tocouip j
with the requireuieuiH of eaid act war
Inimical to the government of tht
United States, and evinced a determ.
natlon on their pm to defy ita author
lty and to defeat tne due execution of
Its laws, and
Whereas: These Cbinamen are e
eentially the slaved or said compauie-,
displace free labor, aud are inimical t.
our free institutien: opeuly acknowl
edging servile and abject allegiance it
tbe antnoniy 01 saiu compaoim; im
plicity obey their commands in opei
defiance of tbe laws of the Uul'eo
States; habitually commit perjury In
our courts and before custom ollicers,
and prostitute processes of our courts v
aid of their criminal acta aud purposefe,
"Whereas: Tbe fallurw of tbe China
men to register subjects them to be de
ported, aud tbe Act having been pro
nounced constitutional, nothing re
mains to be done to nd tbe country ol
thn great body of tbes servile alien la
borers but a prompt and efficient en
forcement of tbe provisions of said Act,
Whereas: Bills bave ben recently
introduced In congress pro,oaing
amendments to said Act, extending tbe
time wherein Cbinamen may registe
uuder tbe same, to tbe end that tber
Cbinese may escape deportation, the
penalty of the law they defiantly aud
contumaciously violated, In obedience
to tbe commands of a conspiracy whose
edicts tbey recognize as more binding
than tbe laws of the country wherein
they bave determined to remain,
Tbefore be it resolved, That tbe Chi
nese, resident in tbe United Stated, bav
ing, in obedience to the commands of
said Six Companies refused aod neglect
ed to register as required by the Gearj
Act, bave assumed au attitude of resist
ance towards thhj country which
stamps them as enemies, aud bave
shown themselves to be willing instru
ments In the bands of an organized
conspiracy whose purpose as
manifested by its numerous act?
is to thwart and defeat execu
tion of ail laws designed to pro
tect this country from au invasion ol
Asiatic coolio labor, should be promptly
expelled from tbe country a enemies
of tbe Republic.
That the organization or organiza
tions known as tbo Six Companies
having assumed and exercised tbe pow
er and authority to direct tbe Chinese,
resident in tbe United States to disre
gard its laws requiring nit Chinese
within Its jurisdiction to register as a
means of preventing tbo unlawful en
try into tbe United States of other
Chinese, stamps it as an unlawful con
spiracy, dangerous In clmructcr, and
we demand that its acts aud prooved
ings be the subject of investigation by
the government, and that Its members
and agents be brought to condign pun-
That tbo time to parley or temporize
with Ibis iuuudatiou of Asiatla coolie
labor Is passed; that the purix; of this
Immigration is not to be restricted or re
main stationary, bat to tuuuclously aud
at all hazard hold the ground alreud.)
gained by the oue huudred and ten
thousand Chinese already here, us au
army of occupation to be utilized to
keep open the channels of Ingress to
the millions that are prvsslug to come,
Is too appareut to bo doubted by au
one, and least of all by tbo people of
the Paclilu states. That tbe proposed
awend,ment to tho Geary law allow
ing Chinese residents in tho United
States to register at a future time, after
tlwlr luaultlug and contumacious refus
al (o register, as required by the Geury
Act, a, the dictation of on organized
eoflraoy, Is not only Ill-advised, but
If ootwuHiated, will be nu exhibition or
weakness In tho preseuco of tuenatiug
danger sure to luvlte further uggrea
akww, aud will lead to painful compli
cations In the future. All such at
taunts canuot be too severely con
demned M pa'terlug with the most
sacred, Iut,efeU of our people, aud tho
lelflu s-tatsa Bhould protest agalust tbo
same In such tones as to commaud at
tention at the JSTutlon's capitals
ri.at A rMiuest our sonotors. and ln.1
atrpot our reprosenUllveti to present .
thM resolullouB hi their lHveL ?., rul.-A
houses, and to urge upon the prealdout rwunlmU 9 rAlrf, UHlwACO,
auiww, aim w u.b , . . I .,.,-,,., Calamet Avenue and SahMtraet.
nHdujtonthedoparttueutoflu.tlwthe UnTPI - H1ltiaWASyJ!!
IWfttlve nootMi h ola. prompt, rami.
fulfftud r!oroui execution of the Geary
law, to Ibe end that tbe deportation of
recalcitrant Cbinanren may proceed
wltb all reASOnablgdiptcb and tbe
peopffoftbe PagMe stifles be.assartd
tbattaf ter a quarter of a century of agi
tation and earnest entreaty fc& protec
tion aEafnst thl wrong, their righto
and Interest will b xt spected, and
ihtepeipetoal menacejo tbelr Pfogrer
Ity froman Invasion of T&latic coolie
laborers be remord.' t
If jou would be great be different
from your neighbor.
Resumptions, -insteadjof snsjienslont
are ccoruinglW,taeiuew program.
-Mr ':-'.' mj.
Glve Balem more good streets n cor
Wbreia. tfiaV WJllftn avenue im
proVement-cradlngjcorbl n gTeic ?
f Hefruit-!ialice committee
pended, at least.
money they ex-
It la about time to Ulk road improve-
uiencagain. 1U lacr inai ia aiw m
Every'now and 'then there is a de
nand to bave(Salern-'a passenger depot
located on ' Commercial street. Rest
sasy, for It la getting nearer to town
A radical tariff change at this time
would be a bad thing for tbe country,
out hV Would knock out the Democratic
jarty ip tbe next elecUonB, and then
the tarlfl would be revised tiy its friends.
The few. Administration Democrats,
who are filibustering with tbe Republi
ans agidnst the Federal election bill,
re rendering a service to their party
hich the party does not deserve and
Men like John Wanamaker, John B.
Mitchell and others think if this coun
try bad postal savings banks no one
would have lost anything in the recent
crash indeed they "believe tbe crash
would never bave come. Thousand
of new converts are flocking to that be
lief every day.
A prophetic scribe says if Gladstone
had eight or ten years of life yet, not
only would lrcal legislatures be fur
nished to Ireland and tbe other divis
ions of tbe United Kingdom which
want tbem, but tbe constitution of the
House of Xords would be changed,
't'tii. liArailltart. ftv.tnrt. rf mamttprurilri
in the body would be abolished, aud
all Hb members would be made elective.
Tt is becoming apparent that Arizona
is kicking because there has been delay
lu admitting her to 8tatehood. Let us
look up her case. She had a little less
than 60,000 inhabitants In 1S90, or
about a third of tbe number required
in the large states for each member o.
the bouse of representatives. Arizona
will have to stay out a little while long
An eastern exchange suggests a sen
Bible enlarcement of power to be given
the president when it says:
The Choctaw graD and tbe manner
of its passage through Congress empha
sizes the necessity for a constitutional
amendment authorizing the president
to veto any portion of an act of congress
without disapproving the whole meas
ure. In this case the steal was attached
to a general appropriation bill, passed
JuH before adjournment, aud President
Harrison did not feel warranted in
sending a veto. But if he bad been
authorized to disapprove a single sec
tion while approving- all the others the
Choctaw grab would not have material
ized Into law.".
You will fteltiom need a doctor if you
have Ulmmous Lilver tteguiator unruly
For good health use TUTT'S PILL.
If you anticipate visiting tho world'r
rair, or your menus in tho Kast, tak
advantage of the present opportunity,
as the fares are now so low they cut nc
figure In the cxpeuso. The Chicago
Northwestern Hallway nave placet it,
wrvlee a solid vrstlhnfed train, between
Portland and Chicago, the famous
Wayuer tourist cars, free reclining
chair can nud dlulngcar "par excel
lent." With the accommodations fur
ulshed, rates now ottered, together with
the short time consumed in making
the trip. It Is within the reach of all.
ror further Information, apply to any
ticket agent, or write
A. G. ItAHKEH, Gen'I Agt.
Zl'2 Washington street.
ho Ueul Tl fie. ,
"Captain, will yoiukiudly tell me
whnt tinio it Jsf" m.ked Jonesby from
tut mum or uuj yacht.
"Six bolls, Bir," returned tho cap
tain. "Oh, hung bolls I" eaid Jouoaby.
"What timo ia it on ahorpr'-vllar.
I auU'ered from blllousuoa. Inillse
tlon, etc. Simmons Liver Regulator
?'.V " doctors railed. W. JO.
WWdWllr W&tVWSt'Z? I
A writer in American Xotes and.
Queries, who discusses the nonprob
abOitr at spontoneoos combustion to
TOm!bal-eltx-ii3!e. has the follow '
Sg tcteay irTregxrd'to tbe matter;
There is one trivial obstacle Jn
the way of explaining certain cases
of spontaneous human combustion
tEatis "noC -usually (aKen into con
sideration by thoe who favor such
a theory A human body weighing
150 pounds contains about 110 pounds
of water. Moreover, it roquires about
four poundo of alcohol to evaporate
one pound of water. Hence to mere
ly desiccate a human body, something
like 450 pound's, or not far from 45
gallons, of alcohol would be re
quired, while to incinerate the body
three or four times that amount
would be necessary, or 6ay a volume
several times as great as the entire
volume of the average sized body."
Thi3 communication is signed
"Trois Etones." I wonder if "Trois"'
ever stopped to consider the fact
that all the water of the body must
be replaced by alcohol before spon
tancons cominuiion can be possible!
-St LnnsR while
Multum in Parvo.
BecauM a thing is small In size
THICK nai 'iwiu pav to scorn 11;
Some insect have a larger waUt,
Bat 1111 lot tb&o tbe hornet.
Some people may, perhaps, pcorn, on
account of their diminuMveness ur.
Pterce's Pleasant Pellets. But a tnal ol
them cenvincpa tbe most scornful skep
tic that tbey will cure constipation dys
pepsia, sick and biilious headache
quickf-r and surer than their Iargf
wauteo competiiors, tne uiu-sijie pin.
To think "nothing
symptom of dyppepsia.
aile you," is &
Their gentle action and tood t fleet on the
ipiem reUly mate them m perfect UUleptll.
I hT pleane them who use them. Carter" L.U
Ue L.lver Fill may wll b termed "Ferftc
uon." Ko one knowii better than thoe who have
ned Carter' Lltlle Liver Hllwbair-llel they
bave given wb-n taken for dyspepsia, dlnt
nmi, pain In the a de, constipation, and dis
Do not depalr orcorinff your lck headache
when yon can to easily bmu Carter"" Llltl'
ljver Pllln. They will effect a prompt anfl
permanent care, lhelr action ft mild ann
Bsfore Ooinff to the Wo J Id's Fair
" Enq.uire About
The Limited Express. trains of the Chi
cago. Milwaukee & St. Jfaui itanwas
between at. .raui anu uuicago ano
Omaha and Chicago.
These trains are vestibuled. electric
lighted and steam heated, with tbe fin
est Dining and Bleeping Car Service in
The Eiectnc reaning lignt in eacn
berth is the successful novelty of t hit-
progressive age, aud is highly appreciat
ed by all regular patrons of this line.
We wlah others to Know its merits, 8j
the Chicago Milwaukee fe St. Paul Rail
way Is the only line in tbe west enjoy
ing the exclusive use of this patent.
For further Information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or addr&
C. J. Eddy, General Agent,
J. V. Casey, Trav. Pass. Agt.
22.5 Stark St.. Portland. Or. tf
I'l-nt- to See.
Hero is an epibcopal story. Bishop
Williams of Connecticut is the hero
and Scotland tho place of action.
It seems that over in Scotland the
rector of a parish is called the "in
cumbent" and his curate the "locum
One day Bishop Williams was
dropped from the stagecoach in a
little Gaelic town in which the only
respectable looking house was the
parsonage. The bishop felt that he
could not enter the wretched, dingy
one story inn, and he determined to
beg from the rector a night's lodg
ing, on tho score of his Episcopal dig
nity. So he marched boldly up to
the door of the parsonage and
knocked. His knock was answored
by a vrrinkled old Scotchwoman,
who looked for all tho world like
Sleg Merrilies, with ah added score
of years on her head. She glanced
cannfly and suspiciously at tho bish
op, holding tho door half way open.
"Is tho rector in, my good wom
an?" asked tho bishop.
"No, surr," camo tho answer in
tho inimitable Scotch brogue. "E'ni
sorry to bco that tho mcoombrance
is oot, but if ye hko ye can see the
Jocal demon "Boston Biuteot.
and U tbe train or t11i
front mu-Ijt troi , or tottr
exotue. tti rwulu ol
tleti loprntut aod ton
Siren u t cry orjio and
..tl.n of tbe body.
JJU) nttnutvi: Uuok,
tutpla&auoa and pruofa
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
BUrFALO. H Y.
0 DR. GUHH'S
In rautna fatally of nls ealldren. uy csJr
maeilj for Odtijha, Oolda attd Crop nloa
(irup. ltUutMrrcU, Ic4i,ullukni
atoaQjrriip,t.lah UalrMjjr prp4r4
w a, tiyin,,naraa iae vr.
ac4 noteBUaaaataouaiaate. nMtmm
Lar( MtUaa (O eeate. Take Be uUut&ta fu l
1H Bl W Usj M(t. 1 WW
Bold by Batkolt A VnS)yie.
" TT F-
T - 4ZWI
DB. L. L, C1EKE3.
Stricken Down with Heart Disease
3r. 2IU 2Tedlcal Co., XSXhart, Xnd.
Gcmtxvf: I feel it rry Gv7, as well . fi3 t
pleuare, to wibUsi, tmsolicued, to tbo world the
beaeii recelTed froca dr. mius BisronTivt
Rchcoics. I was Crtciea down with Mean
XHrae and 113 csr2pUeaiions,e rapid poise vtir
lns&oaSO to lttbeau pertclacse, a choking cr
benjag rrr"tOT la the wica pipe, emmau.
In the rc
elon of the beert aad below loirer rib, pain lnj the
Ictjs, thortnes of breath, ileeplenoera, weakaea
yr-rt (reaeral dtbillrr. Tbe erteriei In my necc
wtrald throb TloJenUy. tho throbbing of aj heart
conld'be- heard across a largo room and woold
liiale ny whole body. I was k ncrroaa that I
coaM not hold cry hand rtedy. J have been
undrr lh treatTHjtt of eminent pkyrtetans,
and hat takm potion of Patent Median
wtlhrmt the Irtttt benefit. X friend reopm
mendod ymzr remedies- no was cared ly Dr
Mltef retoedlea. lhaveuken Aiintm
three bottle of your ew fJU K C. D
Heart Cure and two bottles 7 w
Kerrine. My pulse la normal, I have no more
violent tbrobbmg of tha heart, 1 ha wcul uikn
Itlrcerely reeoncaend eTenr one with tTtaptOT
of Heart Disease to totp Xh-.MOo tltton
HjtnU. and be cured.
(j j-peua uity, .Ma. " " " -
SOLO ON A POSITIVE GUARAMTCC
TRY DR. HUES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
rfold by D. J, Fry, druggist, Balem
Doctor prescribed : Castoria
Prices Ourrent by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Salem, September 1:2, 4 p. m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
press were as follews:
HALHM PRODUCE MARKET.
-Apples 35c to 60c. a bushel.
Peaches Coc to 75 a box.
Veals dreaded 4 cts.
Hogs dres-sed 6 to 8.
Live cattle 1 to 2.
Bbeep alive $1.50 to J2.00.
Spring lambs $1.50 to $2.00.
Balem Milling Co. quetes: Flour
in wholesale lots $3.10. .Retail $3.40.
Bran $151 bulk,$5Bacbed. Sborta $171.
Chop feed $18 and $19.
Old wheat on storage 46 cents. New
wheat 48 cents.
HAY AND QRATN.
Oata old, 33 to 40c., new 30c
Hav Baled, new $8 to $12; old $10 to
$14. 'Wild in bulk, $6 to $8.
Barley Brewing, at Balem, No. 1,
95 to $1.00 per cwU No. 2, 70 to 85 cts.
Peas and beans-8 to lOcenta a gallon.
Wool Best, 10c.
Hops Bruall sale, 15J to 17c.
Eegs Cash, 15 centa.
Butter-Best dairy, 25; fancy
PIippsa 1. tn 1fi eta.
Farm smoked meats Bacon 12i;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes new, SOc. to 45c.
Onions H to 1J cents.
Beeswax -34c Caraway seed, 18c
Anise seed, 26c. Ginseng, $1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Green, 2 cts; dry, 4 cts; sheep pelts,
25 cts to 40c. No quotations on lure.
Chickens 7 cu; broilers 7; ducks, 8
10c; turkeys, slow sale, choice, 10c;
Grain, Fed, etc
Flour-Standard. $3.25: Walla Walla,
$3.25: eraham. $2.75: superfine, $2.50
Oata Old whlte.SGo per bu.; grey, 33c;
rolled. In bags, $0 250.60; Darreis,
$6 606.75; cates, $3 75.
Hay-Best, $1015 per ton.
Wool valley, 10 to 12c.
Mllletutrs Bran. $17.00; shorts, $20;
croutid barley, $2223; chop feed, $18
per ton; whole feed, barley, 8085 per
cental; middling. $2328 perten: brew
ing barlev, 9005c per cental: chicken
wheat. $1.101.25 per cental.
Hops Old, 10 to 16c, new 15 to 17.
Butter Orecon fancy creamery, 25
27o; fancy dairy, 2022Jc; fair to good,
l617o; common, 14 to 15c per lb; Call
fornla, 3544o pe" roll.
Cheese Orecon. 12$: Eastern
twins, 16o; Young Ami-rlcm. 14Jc per
per pound; California Hats, 14c
E!g8 Orecon. 15 to 16o per dozen.
Pouiiry Chlckeus,old,$4.50; broilers,
large, $2 003.0u; ducks, old, $4.60
6 00; youug, $2 604.00; geese, $8.00
turkey?, live, HJc.
BAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 10fo
lOo; do Inftilpr, 89c; do valley, 12
Poutrw Rarly Rose, 3O40. Bur
OnloiiK 75S5o per cental for red.
nrt $i00oTiir sllveraklns.
liarie- .reeti, CSM73 per Cental
for good quality and 83o for choice;
brewing. $ 90 "per cental.
Oats-MlUing,$ .00 1.10.
:-t,"5 v TO' v
THE WHfcAl MhO THE CHAFF.
There U aa old ta!e ei Uie coWen aire dars.
WTien tae eA with raea parlered aad
That a erftic wbu dalt all blame aad no pral
AYaa once by AiUo reproved.
TLe cl handed Jct ta tbt critical f nol
X handfal of tinrlnurjied eralaev A
Bald btc "LiMirellle vaVat. astwrnaeTer yoar
Too raar tufre all tke cbaff for jttor palas."
Koir. UJa galde,ta qat cboice 1? socse4tlve to
day. ThoHgh toM of a aboloas time.
To any aad all who lu tracliiacs obej-
In every cocnur or cUme.
For the wheat aod the chaff are mixed for os
tlH, , .
As Or "were In tfcoi mjUiloal cralas;
And If TOcttio-i now to(Me only the iU,"
We aUttll hare onlr that for oarp&lns!
AW pathways are checkered. GrayahadoTO
Alternate irith the son's cheerine rays.
Our eye eroir accustomed to darkness or light
As we fix npon either ocr gaze. .
And we ciin be clear eyed, or we can be blind,
Aa each one his vision eo trains.
If be chooses the dark, need he wonder to find
Ho can tee nothing brfgbff or his pains?
From tbe nofeome swamp tee the marsh Illy
Its delicate, qaeenly bine head; ,
From water and slime and dank, earth It will
Tbe nutriment best for Its need.
Poisons lnrk In these things. It could draw
Aa well as the.good that It gains.
Shall it choose, then, those noxious elements
Hurt and death will proceed for its pains?
In our fellow mn are the elements mixed;
Forever coc-i mingles with sin.
On tbeit error, tbeir faults, shall we keep oar
gaze f xrf.
O'erlookins divine sparks within?
Ah! a lesmn in Judging our frail brothers,
then; t .
vTe.may leant from these fabulous eralna.
If we seek but the chaff, can we fairly grieve
We receive only chaff for our pains?
Emily Campbell Adams in New York Sun.
Their Flrat Photographa.
An American traveler in Siberia,
having nothing better to do one day.
persuaded one of his two native serv
ants to sit for his photgraph. The
result was amusing and not amusing,
according to the point of view.
The fellow had never seen a mir
ror, and I dare say had no conception
of the degree of ugliness exhibited
upon his countenance. At any rate,
upon seeing the picture ne manifest
ed no delight, though his companion,
Constantine, was very much elated
and could not rest contented until I
had secured his picture also.
But alas for the weakness of hu
manity 1 MikhaelofT was the pleased
one this time, while poor Constan
tine was terribly crestfallen.
The portraits seemed to have
brought to their minds strange rev
elations, and they retired from the
tent in a very thoughtful mood, each
trying to smooth down his neglected
locks. Presently Constantine had
occasion to borrow my scissors, and
shortly af terward the two returned
with scarcely a vestige of hair re
maining on their heads and implored
me to make other likenesses. The
fruit of the camera was to them like
the fruit of the tree of knowledge.
Just the Difference.
"ily dear, look down below," said
Mr. Grandiose as he stood on the
bridge with his wife and gazed at a
tug hauling a long line of barges.
"Such is life; tho tug is like the man,
working and toiling, while the
barges, like women, are"
"I know," interrupted Mrs. G.
acridly; "the tug does all the blow
ing, and tho barges bear all the bur
Mrs. A. O, Oman
Health and Strength Restored
'I suffered seTerelr with pains all otot
my body. During the spring I felt com
pletely worn out and barely took food
enough to keep me alive. I tried flood's
airsaparilla. Tbe swelling has subsided
and the shooting pains are gone. I am
stronger and have a good appetite." Mts.
A. G. Omax, 31 Newman St, S. Boston, Mass.
Hood's PHIS are purely vegetable, and
perfect in proportion and appearance.
Oldest. Ulehest and Most Extended
Institution of Learning in the Pacific
is or lb west.
Sixteen courses of Instruction, from
Grammar, through Academic aud Col
lege, to Theology, Law aud Medicine.
Splendid Courses for Training in
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and Music Several Post Graduate
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It's Woman's College aflbrdaan Ideal
home for young ladles with unsurpassed
facilities for their care aud training.
The school year opens Sept. 4, 1893.
ForYearBook and all Information
relating to school management and
course of study, address,
Acting Prea, W. C HA WLEV ,.p2RiA. II.
For financial Information, add reus,
Ker. J, a. SOOKK, Agent,
8-23-dAw Balem, Oregon,
i-'JA wivarAlV?r'.,tt't vA "iSY?iM i MlWaWaiaHBaBHMBBBiK
Caatori a Is aa well adapted to children that
known to me. H.A. Aarrro, iLTX,
ill So. Oxford St, ErooMra, K. T.
"The use oCCastorta'is aonniversal and
its merits so well known that It seems a work
6f supererogation to endorto H. Few are tho
intelligent families who do not keep Castcria
within easy reach."
Cixxoa Hiarnc, D.IX,
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s r- 103
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I W. THORNBORG,
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enables me to turn out first-class work. Samples of coverings. No trouble to
irive estimates. State Insurance block, Cbemeheta street.
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