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Daily Capital Journal
BY HOPER BROTHERS.
MONDAY, JULY 27, 1300.
JOURNAL "X" RAVC.
Directed Upon Persons ond Things by the
Good Natured Man.
Gone to Europe for it sutniniT tint
InR the uoltl reserve.
Tlio Hlnglc-Bold-Htiwuliird freo Htlver
papers nro now turning tliolr uttun
tlon to Reed roads, and other rural
Out of fifteen Republican Inter
viewed In Sunday's Statesman four
are for Iiryuu. The other eleven tire
nlllce holders uiul 'jankers.
Freo silver will reduce the American
, laborer to the wages of the English
worklngman, who works under the
h1 mile gold staudardl
ir the gold PcmocratH nominate a
candidate for president, of course the
gold men will be fjorry that a squaro
test of the question has been pre
Hcrcnftertho Republican speakers
will nolcnll them 'Topa," "inlddlc-of-..Llio-roiid
yawpers" etc., but they will
.i hereafter bo brilliant, .heroic, patri
Free silver will make CO cent dollars,
and ut tho sumo tlmo it will doublo
thovaluo ot tho product of tho Bllvor
.. nilno ownersi Verily; tho .gold man
, thinks It a worthless nrgument that
will not work both ways.
Eugene Willis, as an advocato of
tho slnglo gold standurd and high pro
tective tariff, resigns tho secretary!
Blilp of tho .Democratic county cen
tral committee- In a very manly letter.
Ho will support MoKlnley.
It Is now reported that John II.
Mitchell will come out for tho slnglo
gold standard, Silver men aro not
ready to believe that, as Mr. Mitchell
more than any other ono man Is re
sponsible for tho silver Bontlmont In
Oregon. Ho Is nut tho man to go
back on his convictions or friends hb a
MoKlnley has so far refused to meet
Rrynu In debuto and declines to make
dates with thorn. MoKlnley evidently
bellovcs In the old uduge: "He that
. .refuses to light, aud runs away, may
llvo to tight some otlior day." Ho
docs not duro to meet Bryan an he
woll knows that hoicannot copo with
tho "Roy orator of tho Platte." Reo.
'Senator John Mitchell Is coming
homo In a couple of weeks to partici
pate In the campaign. Ho would
stand just as good a chance, perhaps
better, to succeed himself If ho stayed
uwtiy. Mitchell Is nn nblo man and
wo would llko to seo him re-elected,
but If ho Is ho must make as few
enemies us possible during tho cam
paign, for a most determined cITort
will bo made to dofeut him. Jeffer
Old people who require medicine to
regulate tho bowels and kidneys will
Mud thu true remedy In Electric Hit
ters. This medicine docs not stimu
late nnd contains no whiskey norother
intoxicant but nets as u tonlo and
alterative It acts mildly on tho
stomach and bowels, adding strength
nnd giving tone to tho organs, thereby
aiding Nature In tho performance of
tho functions. Electric hitters Is an
excolleut nppotUer and aids digestion.
Old Peoplo Had It Just exactly what
they need, Price 60o and $1 per bottle
Hi Fred A, Legg's drug store.
npest, lcMtse the teat
Send for thai llttla book. "Infant ,
".HvsUhj" great valua to mother. Bent '
, n Safes Mmt, New Terk I
will find in COTTOLENE
tli ideal frying medium. It
looks clean and is clean
and docs not sputter in the
pan. Food fried in Ccttolsne
is free from grcasincss aud
richness. It is appetizing in
taste and healthful to eat. B
Then there is the added con
sideration of lower cost. of
Collolene docs the work of
A lard or butter.
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
FORGET MINOR DIFFERENCES.
In the speech of Temporary Chair
man Nowlands nt the national silver
j convention at. St. Louis yesterday, lie
i used this language:
' A simple question Is now presented
to sincere blmctnlllsls tlirouglitout
the country, and that Is whether they
will permit difference as to non-essential
issues to divide them thus Insur
ing the defeat of the common rausc
or whether, ptcservlng their Indepen
dence of conviction aud action ns to
non-essentials, they shall accept the
brilliant leader whom the Democracy
has named; and, uniting nil the silver
forces wherever organized Into one In
vincible army, march to victory in
That Is the proposition In u nut
shell. The vital Issue of the War of
tho Rebellion was the perpetuation of
an Indissoluble Union. Refore that,
all other questions gave way. In tho
presence of that, men who differed
with the majority on various matters
to which the Army of the Union bc
camo afterwards consecrated, drew
their swords and gave freely of their
blood. United on one point, these
dissenters from other principles subse
quently set forth, said:
"The one vital question now beforo
us Is tho preservation Intact of our
union, For that, wo are brothers of
tho sword; for that, wo forgot for tho
time being all differences; for that,
wo will march on conquering and to
conquer. Let tho bugles sing truce on
nil minor discussions. 'Our country
undivided and Indivisible, bo our
watchword nnd our rallying cry."
And so tho silver mon, armed in the
right, panoplied with justice, ana
und crowned with everlasting truth,
say: "Wo aro companion crusaders
In this cause of tho people. As our
dear brothers, living nnd deud, fought
to preserve this union from rebellious
hands that would tear It nsuddor so
shall wo forgottlng nil minor dif
ferences, laying nstdo all trivial jeal
ousies, burying temporarily all lesser
subjects of dispute march shoulder
to shouldor fur tho roprcscrvatlon of
union, this time from tho strangling
clutch of tho money gamblers; and for
tho liberation of tho common pcoplo
of this glorious republic from enslave
ment to Wall street aud tho Roths1
chlldfl." Sacramento Ree.
$ioo Reward $ioo.
The reader of llilt paper will bo pleated to
learn that there is at lean one dreaded disease
that Kience hat been able to cure in all It
ta.es. and that it catarrh. Hair Catarrh
Cure It the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con.
ttitutlonal dlicate, require a constitutional
trearment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
Into nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the disease and
giving the patient strength by building up the
constitution nnd assisting nature in doing its
work The proprietors have so much fault in
Its curative powers that they oiler One Hun
dred dollars for any case that U fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials. Address
V. j. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by drugghtii, 7Sc
Reglnulng with Sunday, Juno 21,
and on each succeeding Sunday, a
special excursion train will leave Al
bany nt 7 n. m., Corvnllls 7:30 a, ni
arriving ui vnquiuti ut nun a. m.
Returning, boat leaves .Newport at
u;30 i). m. Train
til 7 p.m., arriving
nt (.'orvalllu a
10 p. m, and Albany nt 10:30 p. m.
Fare, good on this train only, from
Corvallis, Albany and Philomath to
,llJMHH V (IUII IUl.lllUt9A.UV.
II. L. WALUKN, II. R. LOWMAN,
Agont, Albany. Agent, Corvallis.
Corvallis, Juno 17, lfitw.
Tho dealer who says, "I have no
Hoo Cuke- soap," praollcully admit
that ho. does not sell llrst quality
goods. If ho says ho has something
"Just as good" you will know at once
that ho Is trythg to sell you an In
ferior urtlclo. There Is moruclonthlni;
destroyed by poor soap than by actual
wear, us tho freo alkali rots tho cloth.
Hoo Cak'o contains nol titer freo alkali
nor worthless tilling.
Children Cry for
The Rattlebhlp Oregon may yet be
In Astoria for regatta day.
The Rurns Times has been sold nnd
relegated ton thing of the past.
The new empire cannery on Co;w
bay expects to start next month.
A. R. Conley, of near Union, expects
to harvest 100,000 bushels of grain tliN
Thomas Boylcii has leen re
appointed stock Inspector forUmn
The 8-year-old son ofMr.Acheubach,
of Albany, drowned Saturday while In
bathing. The body was recovered.
Mr. Ferguson, of Fulls City was
arrested and lined $10 and costs for
pointing 11 revolver at some children.
A. A. Unruh, of McMinnvlllc, has
received a patent on a crank for bicycle
which Increases the power when going
The 10-year-old son of James Powers,
living 10 miles northwest of Pendle
ton, was kicked full In the face by a
horse last Friday and badly disfigured.
At n church entertainment In The
Dalles yesterday, '-Father" Harper
and "Orandmn" Ward gave recita
tions. Mrs. Ward Is 70 years old and
Mr. Harper 82.
R. Z. Rewley, of Sherltlan.a promin
ent farmer, while driving his team
down the bank with a water-tank up
setting nnd crushing his leg and dis
locating his ankle.
Professor Knncmatz's silk station Is
a busy place, says tho Coqullle Herald.
A million little worms nrc chewing
the raw material and getting ready
to spin their cocoons of tho flossy
The distance from Albany to New
port ns tho bicycles go Is 00 miles; or
which all can bo ridden except about
a miles In nil. The road goes H miles
north of Toledo, and considerable
more north of Yaquinn.
Green Rarntt's great copper ledge,
on Indian rlver.has been jumped. Mr.
Rarctt claims he has always dono tho
necessary work to make his claim yalld
and proposes to hold at tho point or
tho rifle. He Is guarding It with 11
Whllo In swimming last week In the
river above Independence, Glen Good
man saw something bright shining In
tho water nnd dived down for It. It
proved to bo a silver coin nbout tho
size of a dollar, made In Saxony, and
Five "pralrlo schooners, "loaded
with ns many different famllles.sallcd
Into Pendleton Thursday morning.
They emtio from Sherman county,
Neb., nnd havo been on the road slnco
Mny 1. Thoy nro on tho way to Wll
Walnlo Johnson, nged 0 years, was
missed from his homo at noon Thurs
day. He had bcon playing on a wharf
In upper Astoria during tho afternoon.
A search of tho river was immediately
Instituted, which resulted In the find
ing of tho child's body.
Josophlnc county friends or Senator
John 11. Mitchell a few days ogo re
ceived letters from him to the clTcct
that "no ono would do more for Mo
Klnloy and Iloburt" than he, says tho
Grants Pass Mining Journal.
Columbia George nnd another In
dian fought with knives In Pendleton
Wednesday nnd both were badly cut.
Columbia Gcorgo could not lto found
after tho fight, and It was said that
ho was carried off dead by other In
dlnns. An 8-year-old son of W. 13. Reld of
Arlington, shot his younger brother
with n shotgun, not knowing the gun
was loaded. Tho shot struck tho lit-
tlo fellow's head, tearing olf a portion
of tho loft car and glancing off tho
During tho llrst or tho week flerco
forest tires raged in the timber on the
hills between West Dairy creek and
Gales creek. John Mills, who lives near
Manning postofflcc, In Washington
county, emtio near bolng burned out
His dwelling was on fire four different
Their rights, title and Intorosts in
thoclcctrlo light plant In Sllvcrton
has been transferred by bill of sulo by
Grant and Lincoln Davis to Coolldgo
& McCInlno, bankers, for a considera
tion of 3,10, which Included tho
building, Its equipments nnd 300 feet
of flume and tho book accounts.
Are You Tired
All the tUie? This condition Is a sure inJica.
tlon that your blood Is not rich and nourishing
as it ought to be and as It may he if you will
lake a lew bottles of the great blood purifier
itoou's tvusapatllla. Thousand's write that
Hood's Sauaparilla has cured them of that
tired feelinc by fiviog them rich blood.
Hood's Pills act easily nnd promptly cniha
liver and bowels. Cure sick headache.
CURED AS IF BY MAGIC.
let una ot Lost Manhood should eend at
wuvo iur IS DOOK
!hat explains how
ull nywly vlwr
s easily, quickly
restored. No man
vcakncss can at
ford to Ignore tuts
Book tolls how
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W PI 'V
IIERK MUST'S HOLT.
A bolt from Uryau which hns not
yet been chronicled by the home gold
press Is that of Herr Most. The east
ern iwlrl nress Is full of this achieve
ment, hut for some reason the press
associations have failed to chronicle
this Republican gold standard ac
quisition. It may bo with pain that
the gold press will note this loss of
"anarchists' from the supporters of
Bryan, but they will sec that the
language In which Herr Most declares
himself, Is that In which the gold
bolters fiom Bryan have usually ex
pressed themselves. Most says,
'I 11111, as ull Anarchists know, a
better gold standard advocate than
even the most rapid AVnll Street
Then this waver of the red flag of
'revolution" and "destruction" says:
"I nm, morovcr,ln favor of a scarcer
material than gold us the unit of value
I would have the carat of dlamonds.lf
diamonds could bo utilized, ns the ma
ximum of exchange. As for sliver
money, why silver Is so cheap nnd
plentiful that shoe nails might as well
bo put In circulation as currency.
Gold Is the only correct standard of
value. I do not know whether any
citizen anarchist will consider him
self bound to support McKlnley and
Ilobart In tho present emergency, but
I do know that the Bryan-Sew all com
bination will notgnln any or our votes;
of that I am sure."
The gold stnndttrd advocates will
pleaso care for tliolr bedfellow. They
need recrults.nnd aro to bo congratula
ted on their now accession. Ho and
all of his can well be spared from the
reform forces, In this campaign, for
wo havo votes to burn. Most has land
ed apparently Just where ho belongs.
24. Wheat, cash 57;v
New York, July 24. Silver, 6Jicj lead
Portland, July 24. Wheat valley, 5 0
53J Walla Walla, 4950.
Klour Portland, 2.85; Benton county,
2.8$; graham, 2.50; superfine, $i,2S'pcr bbl.
Oats White, 2o3oc; grey, 2728;rolleJ,
in bags, 435525i barrels, 4.57.oc;
Potatoes.. Oregon, So()oc per sack.
Hay., Good, to10.50 per ton.
Wool.. Valley, 89c; Eastern Oregon,
Millsiufls. .llran. Jn.ooOu.oo-.shorts.tK.
Poultry- Chickens, mixed,$2.5o3; broil,
ers. $1.50 J.501 ducks, 2aij geese, 56;
turkeys, live, iouc; dressed, I5aiyc.
Hides,. green, salted 60 lbs 5c; under
60 lbs 44c; sheep pelts, io7oc.
Hops,. Oregon, 2 to 3c, according to qual
Butter. .Oregon fancy creamery, 3S4oj
fancy dairy, 2530j fair to good, 17.
Cheese .Oregon full cream, 10,
Eggs.. Oregon, lie per do.
Jieef. .Topstcers, 3.oo3.25 per lb; fair
to good steers. 2XA2 3.5c; cows, ajiajc;
dressed beef, 45c.
SAN t'UANCISCa MARKET.
San Francisco, Huly 24 --Wheat,n2Ko
. w.t iw.v.., v..w)v-, wpivu, ,Mie(ur
fops Quotable at 24c.
I'otatoes 40W55cjier sack.
Wheat. .43c per bu., market firm.
Hay., Baled, cheat, 7io.50; timothy.
Flour.. In wholesale lots, 3,00; retail
3.20; bran, bulk 11,00; sacked, 12.00';
shorts, 12.5013.50; chop feed, n,oo
Poultry., liens 5c; Spring chickens, 7c lb.
Hog$.. Dressed, 3K,
Live Cattle.. tj3
Sheep.. Live, 1.25.
Hon . Best. 4W5c.
Butter.. 15e dairy, 15c; fancy creamery
00; shoulders, sc.
Meats , Bacci, 7c; ham
Potato t. .60c per bu
Soap Foam Washing Powder
will not make the clothes yel
low, nor burnjthc hands,
this year in valuable
articles to smokers of
Yott will find one coupon In
tli coeli r-oiuicc bng, nntl two
cutipoi.i Inside each 4-ounce
bng. Kuynbng, rend the coupon
ami six" w to get your slinrc.
In pursuance of the requirements
of tho lawnpproved February 2., 188U, '
notice is hereby given that the follow
ing list of county wnrrants Issued
seven years prior to July 1, 1800. havo
not oeen presented ior iiuyiuuub "
those enclosed In parenthesis hnv ng
been uncalled for and still remaining
In my hand and custody, and unless
so presented for payment at the olllce
or the county tieasurer, of Marlon
county, Oregon, on or befoio August
21). 1800, said warrants will be can
celled and payment therein will be
refused, all In accordance with tho ro
ntilrcinents of said law.
5080, Capital Adventure Co., July,
0120, S.W. Morgan, July, 1888, $3.-10.
7270, Wilson D McNury, December,
7401, W. B. Slmpon, January. 1880,
'77 18. B. Phelps: January, 1SS0, S.'io.
7784, J. W. Thomas, February, lvn
8540, D. W. Yoder, May, 1880. 2.7"
WAnitANT3 UNCALLED KO.)
(81 0, L.A. Vermech.Mareh lb, ln
(7835, W.H. Trulllngcr, February 7,
(7539, Dan Rogers, January 11, 1830,
1(1(107, uscar liuiineis, uciooor ,
17. L. D. Pitman, October C, 1883,
(8G04, Alice A. Omcg, Mny 13, 1889,
(0101, John A. Mel nil re, August 8,
(0358, Gad Miller, Soptcmlier 7, 1883,
(7389. Ilcnrctta Late, December 8.
(0120, B. F. Holllday, July 0,
(8222, E. N. Glrard, March 0,
(8031, Ganes Fischer, May 13,
(0555, John Fly mi, October 0,
(0357, A. Ecler, September 7,
(0110, Chas Cmilleld, September
Burtman, February 8,
(7510, Win, Brown, January 11, 1889,
(0351, Barnard IUirtonsliaw.Sontcn
her 7, 1883, 81.70.)
Dated this 30th day of Juno, A. D
1800. L. V. Kulen,
Seo Bolso & Barker, agents for tho
O. It. & N. and Union Paclllc railways
regarding special round trip rates to
the Republican national convontlon
at fat. Louis, tho Democratic national
convention at Chicago, Peoples party
convention nt St. Louis, national con
vention Y. P. S. C. E. at Washington,
D. 0., National educational Associa
tion nt Buffalo, N. Y., and G. A. It.
notional encampment- at St. Paul;
Minn. 0;8til-d&w '
Full DetaiJsJMly Given.
A Railroad Official's Exuerlence.
MR. EDWARD EDMONDS, Ipng cpn
nccted with railroad construction In
Nobra8ka,writcsi "My heart troubled
and pained mo t jr 19 years. 8hortnoss of
breath waj thoconsttuit aud most common
symptom, lutensc.uxcruclatlnspaln. gener
ally followed auy so vero oxertlou, Falntuws
huuscrwtthoatanyappotltoi fluttering that
madQ mo clutch my breast, aud palpitation
tuat often staggered wa & If I would fall
ero frequent attack. Again, overythlnc
would turn black 1 larosofrom astooplne
posture quickly. Sleeplavs nights with their
Pr. MlleS' PtrattnS unrest woro
Uflf r,t.a numerous and I could
XlCdri LUrc Bot "o roat day or night.
RPQtnrpc I consulted leading puy.
ivoiui C slclans and tried adver-
Hefllth tlscd wmedlas. Thoy
7.,, ," Svo mo no relief. Ono of
Or. Mile' circulars described my case so
acUy that I took Dr. Miles' Now Ileart
J-uro ,-vad I nm now a well man. 1 iopa
?nnMbl0i v'tU brt dtseaso will
J7 Pr, Miles' remedies. Mtuoy will mlto
UetaUsot my oxporlonco." Eow. Edmonds.
"5 W City, Nebraska,
Dr. Miles' Uoart Cura U fcold on Kuarantoo
that flt bottle benoflu or tuonoy refunded!
teiCvBwjvtopS , ,.
C H. MACK. MriOTlIM WSi
Succr or to Dr. J. M.Keene, olit White
Corner. Salem, Or. Parties deslrltig tuperlot
operations nt moderate fees in any branch ore
In espcclnl request.
Peter G, Norgren,
(Formerly with V, J. Larscn & Co )
Carriage nnd wngon khop, 320 Commercial
street lirhiR on yoar work, old or new, and
have it dono with a guarantee of satisfaction
f 26 d&w tf
Ati'otn all mall and ptssenger trnins. Ba
Cusc and ex pi cm to nil parts of the city
Prompt serlce, Telephone No. 70
CapiU Transfer Co,
HARRY TOWN, PROP.
Expres, bnggaue and nil kinds cf work
done promptly. Lenve orders at Patton's
On faim land security.
rates on large loans. Loans
confidcicd without delay.
HAMILTON & MOIit
MONEY TO .LOAN!
On city or farm properly.
Over Bush's Bank,
T. K. FORD'
F. VAN DER UAAN,
Carpenter, Builder and Jobber,
481 Winter street.
Hr.ril times prices always.)
C. H. LANE,
211 C immtrcl il st , Salem Or
"SnlH ?I5 upwards. Papts$ upWandj'J
Wn Mineral Mm.
The choicest mineral wnter In the stale.
Salem supplied bv G M. Eppldy, at the
Electric Grocery, Eat State st.
WHAT IS SAID.
Some say we give the best meal In
town for 15c. We say try us and set.
S. R1CIJARDSON, PROP.
tnrSccqnd door north of Hctcl Nyillamdlc,
SALEM WATER CO,
Office! Willamette Hotel Bulldln
Fpr water service apply at office, Bill
payable monthly ir) advance. Afajce a
complaints at the office.
There will be no deduction It water rate
on account of temporary absence from the
city unless notico Is left at the office.
Hereafter water for Irrigation will only be
furnished to regular consumers using wstci
for domestic purpose. Contractors for sldt
walks, brick work and plastering will ploat-e
lean "iinuer uunuipg purposes" page 17
schedule of rates for
l am prepared to do all kinds qf work ip
wood and Iron. Repairing machinery of
any Und or making and repairing stone cut
ters, tools and edged tools of any kind made
and repaired; wagons and buggies repaired,
and new ones made to order. Horseshoeing,
the best that can bo done in tovyn- Jjand.
made shoes. Plates and running shoes care
fully attended to. Call at my stand, at too
Chemeketa street, back of New York Racket
It. T. HERSCHBACH,
ON THE DOLLAR,
Ed, S, Lamport,
f-289 Commercial st
Has totjght the Frajijc E Sb?f
fer and the M, Bcamer harness
stocks at forced sale. $4,000
worth ol goods will be disposed
of at 50 cents on the dollar,
Sign of the White Horse,
Salem Steam Laundry
Please noticethe cut in prices
on the followingi
Shirts, plain.,, locents
Under drawer ,....5 to jocenU
Under shirt slotocepts
socks, perpair 3 centi
Ilandkerchiefs 1 en'
Silk handkerchiefs 3 cents
Sheets and pillow slip3 24 cents per doten,
and other work In proportion.
Flannels and other work in
telligently waslied by hand,
Col, J. Olmsted rrop,
'7 Commercial ! ' B' POVS,
1 ncclimcut article of the t,.i
turerl. Made tight here a, S. 1 V"
c.uai 1.) 11 ,or dee. j . - .a,
l.lll Iit II Al IT " MlLf ISm 1
WJL2 & MIESCKE, P,
Ocular. In ,11 U-A. ., ,., "MV
&fZ : :z r"8"1"1
Souiharn Pacific Cj
California Express rmn -lamln. berj
rornana snd baa Fnocisea.
Khedds, MaUejr, lUrrhburg, JimM
i.ukiic, Ull'tnili, Limn, SIM tin
from Riueburu to Aihhnd, ioclusitj,
ROSEBURO MAIl MttY.
"South , ..SET
:.juu.ui. iv. i'ortland ar. . f.wp.t,
jiiuuii.iu. iv. oaicm it. I zjif
5:20 p.m. nr. Roseb'R Iv. I 8:ft)i
Iv. Portland ar.
ar. Salem lr.
DINING CAKS ON OGDE.S ROW
PULLMAN BUFFET 6LErER5
aud second-class sleeping an uuMpi
Between Portland an4 CittjIEj, diilj
7:30 a.m.! l,v.
12: 15 pm. 1 Ar.
At Albny snd Cornllls tctud 1
trams of Oregon Central i Euten i
Eirrss train dsily excert Soadir,
m all noinii In the EatterB ! sw,t
-.1 I'.,,A. ran !- (ihllinfj It lO'f '
Imm V.V. SKlKPitR. flrai, - I
HU l.l" v . -----:- .- ClU.
r n nnMFOC Au r. FiPi.
R. KOEHLER. Msntger.
Faster n R. R. Coif
,.r..HM lllV ROUtr.
l'rancisco & WV m J
bdUsiromcur-.yr.f . Tl
Francisco, i-ooi iw
and Unmbolt Iby.
Shortest route between ibe WBM
and California. , . -mV
Fare from Alba? e: ftt J" U
Francisce: Cabin, so; iwy -
:. .. ..f ii.
T... .,1 lnrt 1 IflOTQ. tW" "l , i.
Bay, cabin $8; round trip,
W- RIVER WWflv
Alton Uock wr ,. ... r u J
.! ,lnwn river point" l 7 p
M. l UAl.um t
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