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TIIM CAPITAL JOBBML
IIIAll.Y AND WKKKI.Y.)
BY HOKUK BROTHUWa,
Fill DAY, OCT. 4, 1895.
Only the moat skilled in any cnlllnj;
am Kulng to succeed.
Now uroparo to bouse the wlntu
Mitiply of fruit nod vegotub'es.
Utah eiiowa uu aaseentiieut of Wr
i(7K 2al, agaluat $09,602,053 Inst year.
Hid hablta are the weed that Mulie
the home yield a poor crop of yuunir
Tuooma baa a debt of $3,032,210, Beat
lie t3,60,0S0. Their tux levy la 12J
Uarelea cultivation, hat vesting ntl
marketing nre the trinity of failure on
aA.'ter October 7 you ca'i ride on the
Capital City tied rlc line large cars
fur UJ cttnta.
The principles of ulvll service reform
do not properly luclude keeping old
ring politicians lu ofllco forever.
rn appointing atephen A. Lowell to
succeed Judge Fee, Governor Lord
honored a cleau-handed, Intelligent
Hasn't rotten municipal politics
something to do with tho big debts of
Portland aud Tacoma, to say nothing
of their bank defalcations?
Margaret Mather, the American (act
ress, was a decont woman before she
married tho millionaire protllgato son
bf Pabst, the Mllwaukle brewer. Wed
nesday she horsewhipped him.
Something that docs not occur often
the funoral of au lufldol woman.
Mrs. Katie Keun Bmlth, of tho Oregon
Secular Union, died in John Day City
aud bad a secular funeral.
Tho Amerlcau people are paying tho
Bpreckela sugar trust at Ban Francisco
ten millions a year on Hawaiian sugar.
Hadn't they better buy the Islands and
atop that busluetfe?
There are no two better groomed men
lu America thau Senator John II.
Mitchell and Congressman Dinger
nermanu. Beuator Geo. W. MoBrlde
Is also coming up in the scales.
8lnco Prof. McElroy'a title was
changed from Professor of English
Literature to Professor of Ethics Thk
Journal sleeps castor. No onecau
tell what "ethics" Is, aud McElroy can
do that as well as anybody else.
The J ouknal believes the oMotals
of the Btate fair have done their best
to mako the state fair a success. They
have made some mistakes and wight
have done better, but take It all In all
aud considering the hard times, they
have done well.
If Jones & Bmlth are lu partnership
and go out ot business, they are respon
sible to their creditors, aud must pay as
long as they have a cent. But If they
incorporate and call It "the Jones &
Smith Company," they cau retire with
good private fortunes aud leave tho
'company" to pay their debts.
When the Oregonlan says: "We of
tho United States cannot makeand
maintain a value for silver, or any tulug
eU, dllterent from the rebt of the
world," It tells the truth, about the
operation of the single gold standard.
Tkat will drag tho prices or labor aud
products down to Europeau levels.
Gold monometallism is even a mote
poteut tqualliar thau free trade.
!Itchf rf CattQrtUr
Douto, Salve, Liimenf,
FARMER V8. OITY.
Congressman Bryan Rulil at Balem:
lake 4'oriiaiiuanooaium imiuiuie;
gon aud Oregon will stand, another
Portland and Balem will arise to take
their places; but take at one BWeep the
firrnera out of Oregon, and crass will
grow In thestree'tsorjour cities, and
you will have nothing t) do. "Albany
Which was Eoueeiess uud meaning
less. Greut cities have bten liullt uo
where the country, so far as natural
fertility for farming purposes Is con
doned, was practically wiped nut, and
around thoso great cltlea laud became
valuable, was fertilized and made rich,
because Its products were in demand
by the inhabitants of tho great citlco,
where factories and mills and store
nd shops and busy marts of trado were
Kept prosperous. It Is time that, bare
faced falsehood was exposed whirl)
keens constantly assorting that tin-
eUlca are Indebted to the surrounding
farming couutry for their existence,
It Is time farmers should realize that to
die life of the cities they must look for
tho value of their farms and their pro
ducts. When the mills nre bumming;
when the tin bucket brigade In reculv
.oglts good money every Saturday
ulghtaudspnidlug It for meut, pot
ilqes, fruit, 11 our, clothing and other
necessaries, then is tho time that the
farmer is prosperous, and it Is. In the
ylclnjty of cltlea where the factories ore
most numerous, where the tin bucket
brigade Is the strongest, where the
most cash Is paid out for wages-It is
around such cities that farms are most
valuable and that tho greatest pros
perity exists among tillers of tho soil.
There Is Bomo truth lu tho theory
that cities mako a home market for tho
farmer, but after all is said and dono,
what has Salem and all tho towns in
this yalley been Hying oil" tbo paBt
month, but tho wages paid ou the
farms ? The "tin buokot brlgado" bos
been out to the hoplloids and pruuo or
chards and tho farmer bos been giving
city people a chance to make a little
money and tho merchants n chance to
do a littlo business. More cash has been
paid out In wages on tbo adjoining
farms in September .than Is paid out
In all the factories of Balem lu a year,
Tho i8tatesman will have a hard
timo to establish its theory that the
farmer depeuds on the town for his
existence. It is more nearly truo that
tho town dopends on the farmer. The
farmer produces all of bis wealth
out of his labor and out of tbo
soil. The town people and business
peoploare largely mlddlo men, who
handle tho products of the farm, or
supplys the farmer with what he needs
on u margin. That is tbo trouble with
our country, The pollllcs,government,
tlnauco system and legislation la
created by and for the mlddlo men,
who merely toll the laborer and pro
ducer. If tho farmer and laborer cau
live by their productive, toll, the mor
chont, banker, lawyer, pollMclau can
prosper. If the farmer Is prosperous
the city will boom. Let us boom the
Oregou Is lu touch with the world.
It knows Its values and prices must
conform to thoae of the worldat large,
and It cannot be carried away yjhe
appeals and aopbrlslrlea deolalm
That is the true dectrluo for a inono
motalllst free trader, The Bepubllcau
party believes that values and prices of
labor aud products should "conform"
to those of tbe world at large. It Is
only the gospel of despair In the gold
bug brain of Harvey Hcott that would
drive our country's products and prices
down to the low lovel of England, and
tbe other Europeau countries. Have
Americans Any ute for suob doctrlue T
Weak and Nervous
Describes the condition of thousand of pepple
at this season. They have no apj elite fan.
notsieep, and complain of the prw rating
effect ot warmer weather. Thts condition
maybe remedied by Hood's Sarsspatiljs.
which creates an appetite, and tones up all
the organs. It gives good health by making
the blood pure.
Ilood's pills are the best after-dinner pills,
assist digestion, cure headache.
Children Cry for
AN INDEPENDENT MAYOR
Sacramento has an independent
nnyor who )bb put the city right to the
front tho past year aud refused to allow
his name to go before auy nominating
couveutlou. He seems to bo a man of
the right stripe to hold office.
A Sacramento Beo reporter called on
Mayor Bteluman at the lattcr's ofllce
and nsked why it was that ho did not
permit his name to go before tbo Dem
ocrat convention for tho olllca of mayor,
la replying, tho mayor said: "I
never asked u delegate hi that conven
tion to vote for me, consequently I wbb
not obliged 1 1 eubmlt my name. I bad
already received the nomluatlou by a
petition signed by over 1000 qualified
Voters, who asked me to stand for
the mayorship once more. As my
platform Is autl-bosslsm, 1 thought that
I would go before the people at the
coming election without auy party
whip or boss over me. My platform,
brltlly stated Is: "Upward and on
ward." I cau see the dawning of a new
era of new prosperity and polut with
pride to the fuot tbat there has been
Kroat Improvement during the term of
oMoo, greater than during any of the
terms of my predeceesors.who were in
for much longer ternls.
"J am In favor of keeping up tho
street Improvements - by dlspluolug
wooden oues with concrete I favor
running tbo clty;n,.9trlct bualueis
principles. I want to see taxes keep us
tow as possible, consistent with good
"I am in favor of a better water sup
ply, but I believe the city should owu
aud control tho same, as well us the
Tho new Northern Pacific railroad
receivers appotuted by Judge Jenkins
are Mr. Blgolow, oue of Receiver
Payne's bondsmen and a co.stock
bolder with him In the First National
bank, tho Mllwaukeo Street Bull way
company aud the Wisconsin Telephone
company. The other, Edwin W. Mc
Honry, was chief engineer of tho
Northern Pacific system under the
Villard regime. There Is much discon
tent among the bondholders over the
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F.J.CHENEY &CO. Trops, Toledo, O.
We the undersigned, have known F, J.
Cheuey for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business trans,
actions and financially able to carry out any
obligations made by their firm.
West & Truss, Wholesale Drugghl. Toledo,
O,, Waldlng, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acdng directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price. 75c, per bottle.
Sold by all Druggists, Testimonials free.
Tiiky Go. The last of those choice
Southern Oregou peaches must be a ld
at an early hour. They aro the finest
ever in tbe market, and are now going
at a low price. John G. Wright.
There are 177765 miles of railroad In
tho United States.
There are 00,635,630 rails used to
cover, this grouud.
There are 633,265.000 tleajused to bind
these rails together, but no such
amount, however, la required to bind
tho hearts of the traveling publio to the
fact that tho Wisconsin Central lines
furnish superior facilities on nil their
trains between St. Paul- and Chicago
which form close connections with all
lines, to tho east aud south.
Mako a note of It,
is a symptom of disease of tbe Rid
npys. It will certainly bo relieved by
Parka Sure Cure. That headache,
backache and tired feeling come from
the same cause. Ak for Parks' Sure
Cure for tbo Uyer and kidneys price
1.00, sold by Lunn & Brooks. llMw
VIGOR " MEN
Easily, Quickly, Permanently Rtred.
ueouitr. ana ou us train
, of evils iroui oarlr errors or
j uiter esc
later excesses, the results ot
etc. t'ull troiig;b, JTtl-
octnunt and tone riven to
everv orwn and portion
nral methods, fmmrdl.
ata Improvement seen.
Failure Impowlbhs. rtt references. Hook,
explanation and Drools mailed (-.CAied) Ire.
A Great Blessing
My wife and I hate found In Ilood's
Barsapnrllla. Blie had rheumatism very
snklcs and legs
badly swollen, and
hardly ablo to get
up and down
help. Many other
but Hood's Barsa
cured her. It was
"":oniy shortly after
that I was taken
with the same
ing ray limbs and
hips, so I Just tried tho same rriedlclno
vt It'a tho same result. My wife and chil
dren toko Ilood's Sarsapsrllla whenever
titer feel tho need of a medicine and it Im
mediately makes them (eel bolter.
rJavea me doctor's bills, I nm sn engineer,
aud well known In thts locality." Q. W.
V YATT, White Dead Hill, Indian Ter.
Hood's Pills SBflarffi1"
Dealer lu Groceries, Paints,
!s, Window GliipSfVnrnlttsics
11ml the most complete stock ot
Crushes of nil Kinds in the
State. Artists' 31aterials,LInic,
llalr, Cement and Shingles and
finest quality of OK ASS SUE OS
W A. VTKU Position ns housekeeper by ex
perienced Utrronn woman clo sppults
lUBlI'll. To boloundnt llev.Jnhn'n. Winter
Tiolt HA I.B. House and lot, 18lh and Oak,
J1 prlo SIM, cost M). Apply on premises or
udrttffct J.K. VHudjrixjol.rmeui. I0-2.1W
fPHK undersigned having an extended ex-
exi-erlcnco In writing rliks for both
home and foreign companle. Ins openodan
omce io trnnraci n geuerul tire Insurance busi
ness twoduors notihof poHtnmce, Baltin or.
10 2-31 J.ft.FKnnusoH.
UrAI" SKKD Por sale at llrewster a
wnnos, vi court sireei,aaieiu. iuj-oi
HoUhK WANTKD-Kor a small family
A with agoudgardeu prtterred, Address
XJournal onice. S7lf
acres good level land In Holt county,
Nebrnska, to trade for land near 8a
(tin, Or. AddrtM box S.Tliedford. Neb. 1B2W
JirAflTriD lOoeugeuuw oanvass counties
I for tbe Fountain W4uUor. Apply to J. U.
i own. box 20H. 8a em. Or. y-18 Bl
UI WINU BAN O .CO., I Japanese Fancy
nlnaware, Tel, Mattings, Uuder.clotllug
k screens. DH'ixiug iiowns.
Kverythlug chtfup. IU Court St.. under opera
MIH. fcLLA O. M'DOWELt, teacher of .voice
culture, 31(1 High st. U 17-lm
J ANTED Experienced lrls to hoosework
) in small lamUles. Pay 2 to 13. Apply
WAQON TO THAiK-Kor sale or n trade
II lor nay ana oats, a gooa isrm wagon.
Apply to O riPayue, east ot asylum. 0l-3
i.MjK sAbh.-A lew ttnl-clas uiilou coms
L1 Also some Jersey heifers nd a two-year
Jonry bull. Apply to Oeo. K, Allen, 6 rutles
HUoli.33 UrtM.G Party wanted to
tart and rim llvervaml feed stable In
luwn without such buduoss. Corner lot will
be donated. Inquire at this orUoe. 8-ifT.lm'
iU tua 11 AM oclrJiUtr-XJteralurB ot an
j kinds on sale ana Uhrlsilon Bclence ser
vice at XiH i.ilwirly utreot. corner Uhemeketn
LP. h IBllKll, rewkpai trAdvertUlug Agent,
, 31 Merehanta' Kxcbange, tian Kronelseoi.
u our authorised agent. 'Jinls paper Is kept
on ma in niiiunm,
"VstU'Kl' 1'APJvR Uirge lot of heavy brown
J wranplnii paper tor kaie choap. Just the
lumg for putting under oarpeu. Vail at Jour
K, XlUpi ruU)UiC41 UUK3K.
ONUY lt lAMN.-O. Marsh, iloom
I'iwi omr Mook. UU.
I,. .11 ...II. ,1,,b A k. TTrn . n rm mi
i1 renlfi acres choice land fu West halem.
Good, large homo ana born; variety ot bear
ing fruit trees. Plenty of small Unit, good
water and i acres timber. Address box Its,
Balem. 8 Silt
UU VH nn Improved 6-acre trrct three
miles south ot town. Hmall house.
aud barn Inquire of uurggraf, ovor States 1
ii an. l-2Stf
H tlas e not yet found, a' tarin to suit our
customer who wants, not to exceed IU)
acres In a embolic neighborhood and near a
Catholle church, nnd transportation partially
Improved, nl 1154), cash. Address Da" a &
Hagrty,vutk mark street, Portland,
IKUUA tniKHMAN Typewriting and
commercial stenography. OrUoe, room
OruT block. Tbe best of work done at rea
sociable rates. 13-28
lie chu make anything with hoops on It. and
make it good. Sew work or repairing. Mltop.
oulh ot Miss's mill, (South Balem. U-lG-.-m
n Ckl.kc.lcr' I'.cll.k !HiUMail tmS.
f-J VVU nMtu fce Ckuuutt s-y Qi
UAWK. .). taJlX. LADIC US &
i - lVlhMlUl4MM HP ??.
I (. 'J U ,Wl- (w rtkmU I -lUU Mi
W U MiUafcr lalfc"tWi.ftr"
u.u ir.uu. ran, r
-1 TH MflfK
IXlll. IXUIUT AND COMM KHOI A Jj. HTM.
Orrir with Ur. J. M. Keens J
Hneelal nllenjloa nlven 10 pre"atlon ot
tbe nntnntl teeth by fillings of Mno jrola or
other suitable tnatoitnl.
Aching or Abscessed Teeth
aridflfieU or erownfcd Willi Bold or pmo ulum
inuni. finest of
Gold Crown and Gold Bridge Work.
All operations as ne.rly 1'AlNliKSS as mor
tal man caa mnUe them.
AttificLiI Teoth Actually Better
than ean-be had elsewhere, nnd n chesp- as
tbo rbe-i pod. l'artics nvln nrtiflclnl taetb
htcb lall to gUo sallsfactlon wIllbeBunr
nnteed rc'Iof In reel Inn from our bands teeth
unexcelled In adaption, strength nod natural
CARD OF COMMENDATION,
fr"roro eltlrens ot Portland, Or, April IP,
IKsn tocitUensof ilelcnn, MonUl
Dr. O. 11 Mack, l)entlt, nowrcxldtntoj
you r city, but formerly of Portland, and well
Knowu i ail ui u. uni "i" llunlD uuu Mv "
perlorsas a dentist unywbeie. He Is a gen-
tlemanwell worthy or confidence and favor.
J. A. UU AMI Atl, M. JU-. .. ..
VM.H. WATKLN8,M.U., ,
A. 8, NICHOLS, M.U.,
J. It. UAHDWKtb, Dontlst,
IIKLENA, Wpnt, Aug. JO. lKJi.
Alter more than seven years' resl lenco and
practice of Dr. MacMnileloaa,wonroploased
to endorse nboyo expmslous ot comuicuda
Un JO. K.TOOLK,
Uove.uor of Montana.
Mayor of Helena.
Vil. M. BTEKLE, M. I).. ,
J. U. ATCniSON, M.D..
D.J. WAIT, D.I). 8.,
V. E. ZUUUll, Dentist,
For satls'a tor- operation'. In Kn cm Or ,
aro enabled, by permission, to roler to su I
noted and worthy gentlemen oa Ills Exec
Oovernor of Oi oon
BtHteT curur i.i iii.gui
HON. I1, r. vwtl.vEKnus
Kiipniii. JuiUu, Mi tlri
HON.UKO. 11 HUlt.NMT,
( licull Iiidio, bucni
II. IMIOHH, klon.
And many others nt liluh rtMinvtsliil'ir,
MONEY TO LOAfl
On farm land security. Special rules
on large loans, loans oonslderaJ
HAMILTON A MUIK.
.In n k 1'iilinlnit
iruiu rurtinuu lliui uiqiicu iiichiu'.biui ,,.!-
lorn In the Cidrldge block, u.stulrs. next dooi
to Cherrlngtou's gallery, lllaser and Hoofer
nulla VWClHiiy. "nu-
J, 11. ALBERT.
Tronsuots a general banking business.
RED FRONT LIVERY
AND 6TAQB LIN HI.
lied Front Livery and Hoarding Htable.
Flrttclass In every rnnpeci. Prices reasonable.
R II, WESTACOTT, proprietor.
DAILY BTAOE LINE).
Following stages arrive and depart dally,
HUvprton suge arrives at 10 a. m., leave at
lilS ji m. Faro 75 cent.
IUilasstsg, an Ives nt 10a. m., leaves at I
Independence stage arrives at 10:30 a. m.,
leave hi a p. in. iiiu
All kinds of work made to order,
lteptlrlug ft specialty.
130 Court street, ualem. Or.
J?arfora Over Gray Bros.
E. M. WAITE PRINTING CO,,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
Legal Blank J?ublteJier8.
Bib's Niw nrlck.nver the bank. Com'l street
S31 Commercial st. lOottle block. 1 1
fHaqoeuor to O. M, UeokA Co.l V
Best meats In the city. ProraptdelKery
at lowest pnoe.
Fresh.'salted and -smoked .Meals and Ban.
sages. Ayltelrtgerator meats la beat shape.
Kept la an Al loo cneat, eastern style, free
delivery Uoulh Commercial street.
MS OHAU. WULZ,Prop.
In connection with tho blacksmlthlng rinu nl
iioCarl i Kluir. southwest corner uf k
Front lit , does all klurf of horseshoeing,
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month, and THE JOURNAL makes a constant
THE TOURNAL believes In and advocates a protective tariff, equally dlttrlbniftl i
benefit tho manufacturing and agricultural Industries. We believe In the annexation of lie
Hawaiian Islands and the West Indies, ami importation oi rcunea ami raw sugar and tropical
products of those islands without being first taxed by a trust
THE JOURNAL favors construction, operation and ownership of the Nicaragua csmI
by the U. S. government, and not by a private corporation, or in partnership with one. Tie
three 1'aclfic railroads were built on the partnership plan, and now they owe the govemmett
over three hundred million dollars, and own aVreat many Of our congressmen and tension
while they absolutely dictate to the present administration, the policy ol the public land
department. No settler or miner need appeal his land cases against the powerful influence
that is exercised at the land department and in the courts by the Pacific railroads. Cire is
the Nicaranua canal run by Uncle Sam in the interests of Iho American people.
Readers of THE JOURNAL know that this paper hat always advocated gold and silrn
legal tender money, with national treasury notes issued directly to the people without tie
ititeiventlan of banks. The govennment should keep $loo,ooo,ooo of gold and $300,000,000
of silver in its treasury and issue Its national treasury notes, redeemable in gold or silver
to'tlie amount of $4 or $5 to one dollar of bullion reserve. It is a well known principle o(
banking recognized In the national banking system that from 20 to 25 per cent of coin resent
will keep paper money at par and In circulation.
Uv making all our gold and silver and paper currency full legal tender money 10J
destroying the gold monuply now held by the banks, and severing all connection letwen
he governmeut and private banks, that equlibrium would be restored, under which alone w
country can prosper and the laborer and producer live.
llic Editor of THE JOURNAL in the last legislature made a consistent record (x
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commission, reducing appropriations and electing a United States senator who should he mote
lairly repmemative of all the people of all this state. The people's fight for a new deal
in Oregon politics hat been partially successful and should be kept up,
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terms ana particulars! apply to illsa o. Hi
Twentiein ana unemekeia st
Oldest losUtntlon or learning In the state.
Full preparatory and collegiate courses. Total
enrollment for I8&I 6, 401 students. Expenses
moderate. New nmnaslum. Fifty-second
year begins Bept, 17, ltlli.
For Information or catalogue address
W. O. UAWXdiy, A. M,
If yon love your boy give bliss th .sost t
able of all K.tU. the best edneutson.noMl-
ble. There is no better place
ur. ANQEL. OB.
Bchool complete in every respect. Splendid
!Wiof,Slc?,r,.,,'XMllIrt , SieanUful
and healthy loeaUoa, consunt care and strict
discipline, and costs but W a mouth. 8 Sim
tlmeanerrtept. 15. Terms, private Uasons,
60a. utossesornve, ti. The Oerman tutu?
Oay school for ohlldre wUI be opened at
tlbannlng hall.corner ChemeseUanoOotUee
on Sept. 7, Terms, Wo per month. I am a
native ot Uermany. hold a German teachers'
oerUOcnte from the Prussian governmenUuid
another from the BLLoaU, Jto Mldlesetwois.
MMH. W. A. B.KAPBeTr.
Dr. ParvlD, director stntjl tetoher of
pUmo, Italian singing barmoay aed
class teaohlpg. Awlsted byMUa Anaa
Kreba, teacher of piano, otgnQ. sultar
violin and zither. Mri 3. R.' Bhirn
teaoker or piano, organ and alnuing,
Musio rooms at tho realdenM nf T r5
-j. ti 1 -.-- vs wa AW
cruarp, ,oiciu. Xjeave oroafa at
AHen'-or WUla' mulo rtort.
Miss Moil's School
The "Qun' ,
iiiusiraicu, i a year, luunsned by the ki
subscriber or JOURNAL readers u,
.,jr .. ... iKiitii:, aim wiuve snd
anu krtliMt- lliaa l.lf.. .1 t
are hard facts, but they are true In thUcsst
iu uic j.iuj.u. i nc,u aro no political oi
not in debt and lu proprietors arc not. 1(,
because some one has "pulled the siring."
io u. men oi an parties who are not mat
and that H will net
secured the natsdee of n. law that nmi. .i.
of each county ll their proceedings each
fight for the reduction or taxes.
Lady of the LakeScott.
Poetical selections. Brownine.
Luclle, Owen Merideth.
Lays of Ancient K6me, Macaulay.
The Coming Race, Lord Lytton.
Onool the. l'rofession,. Matthew White.
Cranford, Mrs. Gaskell.
Frankenstein; Mrs. Shelly,
Vicar of Wakefield, OUter Goldsmith.
Twice Told Tales, Hawthorne.
Mrs. C. M. Ogle
rlll reopen her
In the Ooncregatlonal ehnrch parlor on 81st
TBI STATE NORMAL SC
a 7 am prsid"t;
Oontrsets wanted at reason ible iitkej.
Work suarnnteed. Beferenosias to expert
eno nTrespoiliblllty:iurnthed. Write
P. U KKTZKB.
Ralnm. H 9 6t Or.
J. J. ttAllKINH,
8hop at lflO ,pbemekeU , street, near On
merelaC Hpofiol altenUoato Interfering sua
horaMrttb c&eaaed foet.
JOHN 8TAMLEY. JIM MEA
STANLEY & MEAD,
STEAM WOOD SAW
Quick work, Iiow prloes. Uft ",07fu,
B. U. WesUeott's stable, back of 1 O ,1'
0. R 11 CI
To Thk Bast
OlVfcl THE CHOICE Or"
TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE
- Uw hki U d tuien Cilits. -
Ocean steamers'leave Portland every "w M
Kr luU deialls csUIbsi or sareesi
vFT H. UDRld4J',
G. M. POWEKS,
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