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THE CINflL JOI'MjIL.
P0B1A8UED DAILY, KXCKIT BUA'DAY,
Capital Journal Publishing Company
VoitoOlo) Wock.'.CorameretAl Street
TAXATIO.V AXD TDE FEE SrSTEM.
Itelly, by carrier, per inootb
Ially. by mall, per year,
neeKiy, paM, per yr,
. The roads are full offimion cuckoos' In
Ose Cent Daily.
The Ohio leglclature ha dlfpemed
with services of a ciujdaiu.
The hard time are teaching the peo
plo.the necsi'Mily if ref mns.
The 1'opuiht COtlVellllon Kurallmtfr!
the road convention Kiiorday.
The stale convention of the People's
party meets a! Orcj-m City iicxt Tues
That man hy the unuv of Cleveland
Ju the Populist own vm linn did not w ear
The only Jewelry UjjI some men
wear the9o good old Democratic day lh
a Cleveland badge.
President Gallowuy Id brlntrlmra new
JIfe and vitality into the nearly defunct
atato boprd of agriculture.
Marsh Hlmpsou, ofEnTcity.is talk
ed of for county judge of JUucoln
couuty. If he cu catch votes a3 he
can eaten sea trout no one cju beat
Tho double responsibility devolves
upon Itmubhcans in Oregon this year.
They must not only put up a good
ticket but they must take decisive
Btepa for reform.
There Is no worklnguieu's movement
In politics this year. Thev are nil
moving In the most direct way to get a
Job nt fair wages and that can quickest
be done by voting tho Republican
It will be a good thing if General
Compson can get to bo governor. The
way thlngi are going the Oregon
-Muiiuiiai uuaru and railroad
mission will both be abolished.
The editor of The Jocr.vai.Is a Re
publican of 10 years standing, during
which time be has more or less accepta
bly edited a Republican paper in the
communities he has lived. He has
never degenerated into a mere tool of
any ring, and all parties have them
when they are In power fora long time.
Tiik JoVRXAh has been engaged
sines last October In a peniateut effort
iofire lower laxej. At the risk of
som unpopularity we have felt obliged
to demand lower taxation. We daily
Hammered away at tho state board of
equalization and instead of a raise of
thirty millions a year before, this made
a reduction of three millions this year.
We demanded of the stato board to
levy taxe specific reductions and thev
redu-tl about one third from hut
We urged a reduction of the county
Jeyy Ju BpedUc terms. In Marion
county and all the other counties taxes
are correspondingly reduced.; We claim
no credit for this. Itls what a news
paper should do.
'laxed are a burden when limited to
actual necessities of government eco-
uuiuiuuujr uouuuciea. n me men
the psoplo put In ofllse use their
tuitions to increase the burdens on
the people, and seek to become law
makers In their own intend nnri i.
increase tuelr own emoluments, and
dominate tho party that puts them
there to perpetrate their enjoyment of
me leos and profits thus obtained, then
government becomes a four-fold burden
and the people have no safeguard but
to reform such a system. Unless some
of the political power given by the peo
ple to their ofllciala and representative
and now ho little ujed fr tho people,
ii suuic oi mis power cannot be restored
to tiio paople, our country has no hopes
In the future. The enormous extrava
gniceof the last legislature will be du
plicated. Unloi-i a successful fight can
oe watjeu to abolish the fee system In
our state all lira the people of Oregon
nuitexpse: h.-avler taxes In tho future
and more corruption and extravagance.
Tne fee system uimt be fought and It
will take a hard, persistent fight to get
rldoflt. Tho people should sustain
tho men who make the fltrht if thv
Price Current by Telegraph Local
3jj -crtland Quotations.
Can the populists point to u single
abuso in tho state government of Ore
gon which Pennoyer has undo a light
to reform ? Wo can show them some
Jobs ho has stood In with.
Thoflvo representative! and throe
senators to be nominated from Marlon
nn year uy mo JCepiibllcana should be
a Harmonious unit for retrenchment
and restoring our stato government to
lla constitutional limits.
Tho political status of woman Is now
claiming a largo share of tho attention
of legislative bodies hi many of the
states of tho Union. The old time
prejudice that womau has no right to
yuw, uo rigm to Hold property in her
own name, has had to glvo way to the
advanced Ideas of tho ago. Exchange.
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i.iraom, system nas forced tlmi t,i.,
crummies of the
from our minds and wo aro convinced
'te.?.1?. 8Aak? repeal tho law.
i. iii """" "ave ueen done was to
judiciously amend tho Jaw to make It
Tho Loader should remember that
Governor Ponuoyor domanded tho re-
h vi umv iaw, aim was oven willing
to have the mortgugo tax law repealed
... iUu not onng auout repeal of
ueuueuons lor debt,
Tho resolutions sent out hy (Vutral
Labor Union of Portland aro only a
part of tho political scheme to make
John J. O'Jlrlon state printer, lie
cares a great deal moro for nlllco than
o noes mr reform, and is a Cleveland
worshipper and labor agitator fur royo-
muu trim nn established
expect them to win.
Under tho houd of "Legislative Ex
travagance," one John Allen writes to
MAltrON ClIIIVTr. Afnrnl. O 'HI...
last legislature miuiti Inn... ..,...-i,.
thins for purchase of site aud erection
of building for a deaf mute school.
Very recent IvOovernor Pennoyer and
awoelatiM of tho board have purchased
100 acres of laud for tho school, and ad
yertlsed for bids for the building. What
d,V'a,!.,,e1 of lll ,00 ucre no '"an can
tell. I no mules lmvo jn use for It.
except for a bail ground. With this
exception It is of no more use to them
than 100 acres of clear skv 110 mllp ni
sat. If it waH attempted to raisopota-l
i ., uiev wi.iiuz coil mo stato not less
than a dollar a buihel. As the school
session cimmonceH In October and
ends lu April, no attempt can bo mado
and therefor. the stato should bo Haved
lojH on that Item.
There was no present necessity for
tho appropriation. Tim mmu uf.i..i
now lias all tint lumi it n.,,.,1, ....'. .,
tho buildings It is likely to need lor '20
years. 1 ho same is true of tlio blind
school. Isew buildings will not In U5
years 1m half as much needed as Is the
money It will cost in tho pockets of tho
taxpayers from whom it Is collected.
The Astoria IJudgel gets oil' tho foi-
MAi-KH, ..larch 10, 4 p. m. Office
Daily Capital Journal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
press were as iohews:
HALKH i'BOUirCK MARKET,
Artples 30c to 50c. a bushel.
Veils Jresjed Sets. --'
If ogH dressed 5.
Llve catUe 2J to 3.
Hbeen alive 1.502.
Balem Milling Co. quetes: Klour
In wholesale lots 2.60. Ttrnll li on
liiiu $ 14 bulk, 15 sacked. Shorts 151
16 Chop feed f 16 and $ 17.
WHEAT ' '
10 cents per bushel.
Oats new 2530c.
.Hajr.T"I,aIcd' ew W lo10; old ?10 to
12. Wild in bulk, f6 to w.
Wool liest, 102.
Hops fctoall sale, 17 to 18c
Eifgs Cash, 1213.
Butter Best dairy, 2(jiy,; fancy
Cheeee 12 to lj ct.
iarm smoked meat fJcou
hams, 12; shoulders, H.
Onions 2 cents. f
Carrobs, ?.00 per ton.
Keeswax 34c Caraway seed, IS.-.
Anfte seed, 20c. Ginseng, fcl 4,).
i ouitry Hens, 7c; roo3lers, 5(0j;
Uwk. , 7; turkeys, tlow sale, choice,
Grain, Feed, etc.
Flour-Standard,l$2.75; Walla Walla,
52 00; graham, $2.40; auperllue, 2.&j
Oats ew white,34cperbu.,grey,32c;
rolled, In bags, $o.750.00; barrels'
Hay Best, ?1012 per ton.
Wxl valley, I0llc.
MUlstufls Bran, (16.00; shorts, 1G;
ground barley, $18: choo feed. 15
per ton; whole feed, barley, 70 cts. per -iiSiiS
UM.., miuuuug, aaa)za per ton;
Chicken wheat. 651.15 percental.
Hops New 12 to 14.
Hides irreeH.Hultwl m I ho su .,
derCO lbs., 203s; sheep pelts, lOfo'W
Butter Oregon fancy creamery. 27 (Si
?3,nc dalr' lc; fair t. good
1517jc; common, llto 12c per lb.
Cneese Oregon, 1013: Young
American, 1215cper pound; California
xiu., DW183 imp., avigtz; uom., 1018.
Eggs-Oregon, Ji per dozen.
n,i"Xtry Nominal; chickens, mixed
$3.003.50 er dozen; ducks,$3.504.50
3-i "iapo. lurKeys. live, IJte)I2
Beef Topsteers,2J3cper pound; fair
ogood steers, 2(a)2c; No 1 cows, 2c; fair
luwb, ljujureaoeu Deer, vi 00W5 60 per
xMuttou Best sheep, f2:50; choice
Hogs Choice, heavy, $4 00 1 25;
medium, $4 004 60; light and feeders,
$3 00 1 00; dressed, f 6 607.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 10
lie; do inferior, 79c; do .valley, 12
A Trarrlmj Caie.
It was onfe remarked by a jiule
of one of the courta of 2sw York (
city that he had "uold cbainbere iii n ,
cab." Judge Dnimmond of the j
United States circuit court was start- '
ing from Milwaukee to go to Chi- '
cago when counsel dertred to bring i
on a motion for a receiver in a rail
road case. Accordingly the judge '
opened a special term in a parlor car !
and hoard arguments while vm route.
wButn still more remarkable hear
f ing once took place in Sierra county,
Cal.,'when Judge Snarls of ibedu
trict court wax en his way from Xe
vada to Pama county.
At Dowmeville tvo lawvers bad
agreed to argue a morion when the
judge arrived, but hs time was prees
ing and both counsel were also go
ing to Pluma& it wa decided to ride
along on mulebaok and hear argu
ment on tlio way.
Uptbe mule trail from Downievil'e
to Monte Cristo. down to Oak ranch
and soon to Eureka the argument!
r went on. At Eureka the case was ex
amined au.l summed up, and in due
time a-decision was rwhed.
The loser consoled hiraif 1 y say
ing that he bad at least ascended the
mountain without being conscious of
When the judge suggested thatthf
mule might have felt as usual, the
counsel naively replied :
"Sir, I am inclined to think fiom
the result that he, too, was absorbed
in helping to make up the opinion."
TTa Offer Tea e Beacdy
which Insures Safety To
lAte of Mother and Olid.
Some years ago a London surgeon,
by using the sun's rays, Micceeded in
removing a wine mark from the face
ox a lady and also succeeded in de
stroying a malignant growth with
tho same remedy. Th wound healed
readily, and up to the time the article
was published there had been no
symptoms of the disease retui ning.
-Ji-nness .Miller .Mont hi v.
Hobs Cosflnemont of Its
Pain, Horror and Risk.
After wine on bottle of "Jfot k'l FrW I"
I raffered bat little pain, and did not experi
ooce that weaknes aftenmnl u$iut i.i wicb
c. JIej.A.vxikGaoe, Lamar, JIo.
$ bytrpm.tkirzt pfpM, on r?-ripe ef prt-e.
Ultt . Book "To MadMTi ! i bf.
BRADFIELD rUGULATOR CO.,
Sold by atl dragglsts. ATI.AVrA.Gi
Htelnway, Knabe, Webber, Emer
son and other pianos.
storey A uiark and Harnett organs.
All first clas makes of sewing ma
chin. ymaller makes of musical instru
ments and supplier.
Genuine needles, oil and new parts
for all makes of machines.
Sewing machines and orgaus re
rwired aud cleaned.
Two doot3 north of pcstoftlee, Salem,
THE INDEPENDENT STEAMER
Leaves Portland for Bak-m aud Cor
Sundays & Wednesdays
6. A. M.
Leaves Falnn for Portland Tuesdays
and Saturdays at 6 A. M. Passeu-
ger rate Salem to Purll'd, 50c-
REDUCED RATES to Sau Francisco
F. J. Smith, At;t., Trade St. Dock.
THIS offer Is made to you alono in your community- Will
We present below the most valuable list of premi I
clubs of the best selling newspaper printed on theCoaJ1 i
Tie feat One Cent Daily.
Ik My CAPITAL JODRNAL
The Peoples' Paper of Ore
EVERYBODY WANTS IT. EVERYBODY
WILL TAKE IT.
Only $3,00 a year. $i.5o for
months. Sl.OO for four months.
S-No papers sent after time is out for which it Is ordered -s
-"." t ... "" " " tnuuui get you to act hnH ai
Fomooue who wants one of these erand nremlumn fhr Lni . ".;5n8?d ih to
Almost anyone will take this naner uron merclv inn u H tJ ',,'"?. uP.a clab.
bo chean no onp run nfTnrri nn in hn-n)f t ..ri j.' . J-'-oe"s itseil.
. .. ." . . "" " "" ii cuiio ieaoera in pitw onj
of all classes and parties.
An Oregon Newspaper California news does not
suit you Eastern papers will not answer -This is
distinctively the Oregon Newspaper entirely cover
ing Oregon interests.
If you have a sewing
machine, a clothes wringer
or a carpet sweeper (all
new inventions of modern
times), it's proof that you
can see the usefulness of
Transa'tsa enjerel banking bnsIneM.
I'ompt atlenll u paid to collections. Loans
made. Kicbanje bought and told on the
principal cities of the wo-ld.
Van jjcv.v, j. m. Martin,
LROIS4N, W.A CC1ICK.
J. U. ALBERT.
W. W. Martim.
H. V. Matthews
List of Grand
Hops 16 to 18c.
Potatoes Early Rose, 4050.
Oata MiUine, ? 1.101.15.
Fok Two Bits. Try the One Cent
Daily oy mall a month for S3 cts. it
beats anything in the world of its kind.
Eruption of the Skin Cured.
Ed. Vonney, Brockville, Ontario,
"Ihaveuaed Brandreth's Pills for
the past ilfieen years, aud think them
tho best cathartic and anti-billous
remedy known. For some live years I
sullered with eruption of the skin that
k.u mo ureai pain auu annoyance,
lowlngjuitestlinatoof tho On..m.,i,. .....e" .ai"?r?nt b 00d remedies, but
Itls very readable: IWI.h, i7 7Z 2 """B", " U ?. hAh.e..1?l.iR
.,:,, . 1 " ' """ """Viiiorcui x
Iittwyer MoFadden who ooudiioted
newspaper war that defeated Judue
PJpeaand elected Judge Kullurton, and
who la now attorney for Beeelver Clark,
seouu to bo ooiuluotliiir a uuwspaiwr
WArfara ou ox-It j3ivor IItllrty. of
. oaursa hU bill will hi proutod In dun
tliuo against tho Orooii Paoltlj rail-road.
,'h? rouu' with nil Hohoinera of
nuwiii uium reiuriii appears to be that
ao 'reformed'' urosi lias yet been In
venlod which la not ho ugly that no
.respecting woman will wear lt.
CottK Orovo EehoLeader.
Tho writer ahould 8B0 tho Hilam
MWty juy oanmix Hi would take
bek what ha Inn said.
TtoCJrant County No wa says that
w tiwfxixiiullltiresof Democrat lu Uma.
.ttUa eoHHty u J603 foot up J02.6U3 OS.
UWMiIif county has probably a popu.
hdUm&i 14,000, Marlon county, with
pepwtotlou of 25,000 people, spent in
Mm watt tiaio or country purpose
Mtio Um been reliably Jtepubllcau.
BmmU to fcbe-ut o go Populist.
uiuicii status there Is not another
newspaper exactly like tho Oregonian.
It has been under ono direction so long
that It has attained a distinct Individu
ality, and in tho hard Hue of that In
dividuality the minds of Its employes
lu tho editorial department are soon
moulded. Itli the very Uradtrrln.l nr
journalism, without a touch of human
fralltltM ur mlsrortunca. It believes In
materialism, worshlpi sucoe-w, and
readily accepts tho cold.' and cruel
doctrine or the survival of the lltu-at.
There is not a traue of charity or bener-
olonco In tho OrogontiMi's individuality.
1 1 Is till- utter want of human sympathy
that oau.ssrt thul paper to eonilmiulK.
dlscrwllt the grounds of all rollgloiu
beliufaiul aneor at Its consolations. i
Hundny's Uiuu tliat papar takoi by
strong implloatlon tho position that
tho soul nrtii'Mi Is not Immortal, that
there Is no life Iwyoml the grave.
Hits Is natural, It is the suliulnatlin
horror of a oreod Uo sordid and Krudir
Ingto ooiiour in the uxlsteueu T of u
sohom of llfo ho thrilling with nener
ous promise and radiant hope.
Mall orders aro owning from all parts
of Oregon for 'I'm; Q.nk C'ij.vv Daily.
8 r.vi'H (ii- Ohio. Citv ok Tolkdo. i
IjIIOAK (lllvnv 8
Frank J. Ulienoy maul's oath that he
Is tllOHHU or luirtnnr ,ftlw. n-... .. i
i mi......... t. . . :. . '. " '.
flnnllv innnliiflul t
wwniiioroiiga course or Brandreth's
lills. I took six each night for four
nights, thou live, four, three, two.
leasing each time by one, and thun for
one month took one every night, with
the happy result that now my skin la I
perfectly clear and has been bo ever
Is a NEW shortening, and
every housekeeper who is
interested in the health and
comfort of her family
should give it a trial. It's
a vegetable product and far
superior to anything else
for shortening and fry
ing purposes. Physicians
and Cooking Experts say
it is destined to be adopted
in every kitchen in the
land. This is to suggest
that you put it in yours
mow. It's both new and
Cood. Sold by leading
Mndo only liy
;N. K. FAIRBANK d. CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
, CHICAGO, NEW YORK. BOSTON.
OLINGER & RIGDON,
Undertakers and Maimers,
Cabinet work and repairing.
v,i,oiri, ujiposue opera House,
Salkm, - . Okecion
Rales, $2.50 to $5.00 per Day
The best hntI h((vMn itinH. -. j n
Krancl.co. Kirst-class In all IU appointment-.
1H Utiles are kerved with the l""
Grown In the Willamette VaUey.
A. I. WAGNER. Prop.
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.r.nimiin-niinwa uaity paper
uutil after election. O.vk Cknt Daily
for four months at f 1.00.
Wood, Wood, Wanted. The Caw.
" JouHNAr. wants tlfty cords of
wood at once, from persons owlne us
on account, or from those who want the
JouuNAi.. If you aro owing us wood
bring It In, for we will not need It next
Juy IIokkr Buos.
tame tmcK, etc.
ia ..wv r. jn
" V VM-V
D&i?LftDES s ELEGTniC BELT
n fll K i...- .""".-? i.nw
I. Cheney .tU... doing busiies t,0'
-Ity )f 1 olwio, udiiiity and state ufore
aid, aud that atild linn uin .,,.. n...
sum of One Hundred Dollars for oi.eh
and every ease of fJatatrh that cannot I
uu urn-mi uy mo use or Hull's Catarrh
Cure. KuanicJ. Ciiknky.
bworn to heruru mu aud bulwcrlbed
In my ptwouec, this Uth lay of Decern,
tier, .. D, 18Stl.
iui. u u.v""jrr."'tf.i ?' . vv- rhou.
k- ' -., T...MDCN ELEOTRIO CO.,
lUmovea looor.lnira aaa WhuJiwu BT.
A LADY'S TOILET
Is not complete
without an ideal
U POWDER. f
-oinuines every element of
Deauty and purity. It is beauti
fying, soothing, healing, health-
iui, ana narmless, and when
ngntiy used is invisible. A most
uencate ana desirable protection
iu me lace in mis climate.
Insist up:a having the genuine.
China Set Free
Silver Cutlery Free..
For a Club of Ihroo .o.l ..i n . -
snven .lated knlve3-and foof eachrSamtn &,ST
3o uit Free.
AFsrBrCiUfleld ffi 8criber9 tbe best $25.00 suit of clothes In the store of
a. a. iirasneld & Co., fealem, your own selection.
cteel Plow Free.
Q , - ' - '"J JJ.ua., DUJDIU, worm fM.W.
Silver Spoons Free.
&&t Bros. be.
tid1 fir8t c,a83 Germfln Rose"
Sewing Machine' Free,
rved sewine maehln- ilrf2" i y,ima5. hlS.h ". irawer, oak
warranted, from Geo. C
IT IS FOR SAtE EVERYWHERE.
E. 31. WAITE PRINTING CO.,"
k n Hi
i ililU UUD
Silk Hat Free.
M2ass?XrtnTte,arb2?(2lM f ur Bk h ftm -ir-
C.H.MrdoSrnyd,8S silk ,iat frora
eteaOmWashbereIfwtoTthf5a00y 8ub8Crlbe". one t i. B. Brown's Fountain
Welch Clock Free
For a olnli of n., , . "r
ful ease, $15. eany 8UDscrIber8 one Eight Day Welch Clock, beauti-
pess Colleg", SaSnfof 8"b3,cr.lbe''a- one Scholarship In Capital Buj,
Worth too. ' (or comP'ete business course) gobd for two years.
SilXrearcl Watch Free.
Martin ! jeweler! Batt '.SlSflPSSF hlBQ silver watch, from W. W
Forria1ciJblre Setf Free.
stead' drti.and&d fS1? ia Bolld, oak. ryed bed room set, bed
Worth M5.00. aa' rrom A- B Bureu & Son, furniture dealers, Salem.
Co(S Stove Fre
For .'a club
Zetjul Blank Publisher
Ua.l.; New' UrioveMhefeiDic.oJra-, .,!
DISSOLUTION OF PAmJFip"
8 cookinc stove,
atovt and plow works,
A. W. Ol.KABO.V,
Ha 's CMarrh Curo Is taken In
ternally and aois directly on the IiIimmI
and uuiooiH surfUoi or the system.
Bend for iwilinoiiluU friH'.
1. J. tMlKNHY & Co.. Toltwlii n
tsUlsold by DruggUts, 76cent.
Mr. Ono. X. Xaur
Generally broken downj at times l wool!
CUI oxer vrlUta touch or the tUjo m
notable to Romjritlitancotrom the bouts.
raeaceJ on oy itcond botUe ot Iloo'e Bon
sparUla, I bcn to Uel better an4 X now
Iwl like a new nun. I wa xorkla ustia
and da nn( Intra i. nt ... v.. ".rrTr.
ir,,;. .";. ' .r'..,rs
f .vvv.T .v.P7v" v.. . vui u
FIIOKRKL SCH00I4tlt Year.
Iufuut, CounivtliiBnnd Primary clashes
OVHfU U'A.ib .1... t j. .. . T .
Ill X,ai "" ". Ul. IU
l-'m. except Saturday.
m U. BALLOP, - - Prinripai;
r'rfH? .wlli reiuuui
St, i. Mli D
t-'alem, Or., Mrch I, Ki. U fABm''T,
f iijLltf jfAj.i .
best made on the SVr 'a rge Hlxe, "No,
Salem, worth a) Coa8t from Perry & Co.'s ato
ladies' GolH ri
oraciub of io veari:,i! . ilr lx - ree. , t
case, from W. W. Mart J S?"? ,atdle3' 8ld watch, Waltham Boa
retail priee-f30.00. of Salem, the best made stem winder and setter;
Sl?0J Gun Free.
puge8hotgun,et8buttS EqB8" double barrel 12
and inountlugs walnut S'ndf? fr p, aBd fore-end. engraved locks
iuB locks, low circular uafe r.?hi f PL8to. Br,P' etel rla, rebound
gun, from Broob. n Vi..??.nier!!! rubber heel d ate. and thnmnUiv nood
ro-ri " t , "J" BaIem' Wort 525-00.
5 1 1 ,-, "uury, tjalem, wc
SllXeri.n?. Watch bv
mLrtl' f?y W- f Maninf1 r? De 8ilverlne w'ch, stem-wlnder and
made, retai Is at sa on MarilD, of Balem, e vea as nrf a.iBthn i.Mt
f ' W Ow " y vw j -
ruit Trees free
-For a club of five '
f five subscribers
num. ... --
iMt ilwktl utreet, York, rx
Hood's Pills ax the bet siterHllaMr
iiMiiv M.tiiA.. ... i. r t v
...... . .1 nil. ii-. .Yi.r. in.... i ..a ...i-... a' . .
U a. in. In IO ... ... i'i...i ." " prneipt n.iii Vil;l. AXtiATf Pn
r. M i ... "' " "",Krien. Ml X.vi i, Vhi? "e opinion. ,;,,?
tt&SSSlSpX ", mESSS&SS
iK?V"'1". T;,rBr? Srieei,
Albany nurseries nf nS we. give 500 Italian nrunstr from the
AI .e M0 Early Crawford iS?800. h ?25.
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