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Daily Capital Journal.
BY HOFTCR BHOTHBRS.
TUESDAY, OCT. 0, 1890.
For Independent American Bimetallism
ml People's Government.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN,
OREGON UNION PRESIDKNTIAI, ELECTORS,
N. L. DUTLEK, Polk County, Democratic
M. L. OLMSTED, Haker County, Peoples.
HARRV WATKINS, Vamhill Co.. Peoples
E. HOFER, Marion Co., Silver Rfpjbluau.
THIS SHOULD SETTLE IT.
It linj repeatedly Ix-en deified by
tlio MoKlnleyltcs, both in the ikiimmsS
and on I he btieot cornois, that I lie
Harrison administration ever con
templated the Issuance of bo'tds.
Indeed ills the bulk or their stock
argument that the treasury dep.irt
ment at that time was perfectly
solvent, and that under the beiiifl-
cent influence of the McKlnley act
there would have been no neces'.lty
for the Issuance or bonds. Tills state
ment, however, Is pioven utterly
false, as the following reply of Secre
tary Carlisle to an Inquiry from Sen
ator Allen or Nebraska, conclusively
Treasury Department, .Oillce of the
Washington, D C, Dee. 13, 1893.
Sm: Your favor of the 11th, Inst.,
In which you state that-the assci.tlon
has been frequently made In the pnb-
11c press and elsewhere that Just pi lor
to the time when President Harrison
rctlicd from oillce my predecessor, the
lion C'liatles Foster, was neKotlatltiK
with a financial syndicate for the sale
of government bonds and that the
bonds had actually been enur.tved,
and asking me for Information upon
the subject, Is received, and In re
sponse I hayo the honor to say that I
have no otllcial Information concern
ing any negotiations that may have
been pending between Secretary Fos
ter and others, but the records of this
department show that on the 20th of
February, 1893, he Issued an order to
the chief of the Bureau of Engraving
and Printing, directing that officer to
prepare designs for 3 per cent bonds,
which had been ptovldcd for a senate
amendment to the sundry civil bill
then, pending in congress.
A copy of tlio order is horcwilU ci).
closed, together with a copy of re
cital which was to be Inserted in the
bonds. Very Respectfully Yours,
J. G. Carliblk, Scc'y.
To Hon. William V. Allen,
And hero Is the direction of Secre
tary Foster to the chief of the bureau
of engraving and printing:
Treasury Department, Ofllcc of the
Washington, D. C, Feb. 20, 1893.
Sir: You arc hereby authorized and
directed, to prepare designs for 3 per
cent bonds provided for in a senate
amendment to tlio sundry civil bill
now pending. ,JEho denominations
which should ftrt receive attention
are $100s and $l,'600s of the coupon
bonds, und $1003 and 81,000s of the
registered bonds. '
This authority Is giyn in advauco
of the enactment, in view of pressing
contingencies, nnd you arc directed to
have the preparation of the designs
and platen forwarded in every possiblo
1 enclose a memorandum for your
guidance In preparing the script for
the- body of the bond.
Ciiaulks Fostek, Sec'y.
To the Chief of the Bureau or Engrav
ing and Printing.
The above letter from Secretary
Carlisle, together with tho order of
Secretary Foster directing tho engrav
ing of the bond plate s, aro a part of
tho congressional record and their
authenticity is Iwyond dispute.
The Discovery Saved His Life
Mr. G, Cailloutte, Druggist, Bcaversville,
111., says; "To Dr. King's New Discovery I
owe my life. Was taken with La Grippe
and tried all the physicians for miles about,
but of no avail and w as given up and told
I could not live. Having Dr, King's New
discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and
began its use and from the first dose began to
get better and after using three bottles was
up and about again. It is worth Its weight
in gold, We won't keep store or house
without it." Get n free trial at Fred A,
Lgg' Drug Store.
TjiK Fa'mous Llttlo greon juount
aln wilusk iuelon9 golden cores -tho
finest In the market at Brnnson &
Co's. Ojuolcest family groceries a
.specialty. ' ' ;v 0 24 tf,
v-i-,.-,1 ...in ... .--I..? tirnifi..nJs rndl
rkrMmmVna7 Save the .ert
tniey ore worth a cent apiece. JO tf
H TiHg STATETEET LIE.T3
f . .i..i
I.ioranoe of the Gold Standard Exhibit
t Showed Up.
I Editok Jeurnal: The great Mark
Hanna campaign of education goes
merrily on, and pergonal abuse, ridi
cule, Ignorance and mendacity are at
a premium. The lying statement or
money In circulation ported In the
State street Jeweler's window, to
which The Jouknal has so often
called attention, Is a very good speci
men of the sort of matter that the
Ha mm .party Is scattering broadcast
among the people. Will that sort of
thing win votes? now can It win
.among really intelligent pcopier
After a man has once Investigated the
matter enough to have a clear idea of
the real fundamental facts these
glaring frauds only arouse a feeling of
Irritated disgust; but we must grant
that they help to hold In line some of
the old lank and lilc Keep a man in
ignorance of the fact that there are
two sides to a question, and he Is not
likely to ei!ously hunt around for the
second side. He will not Investigate;
he will rest contented In his own gross
'Now this jeweler professes to be
lieve that the statement in his win
dow is conect. Perhaps he does be
lieve it, though that is far from
creditable to his honesty of purpose;
for 110 "0110 with access to the com
monest sources of Information has
any excuse for such ignorance.
Go and look at the statement in
question. Without questioning -he
accuracy or the 'tlgutes themselves, it
Is a glaring fiaud on Its face. You
will llnd icckoned as "money In circu
lation" all of the silver dollars which
lie in the treasury and also all of tho
silver certificates that are out against
tneml To a person with leven a nod
ding acquaintance with the real
status of the silver certificates, could
anything be mute plainly a falsehood?
The silver certificate is simply a
warehouse receipt for so many silver
dollars, nothing more nor less. De
posit ten silver dollars in Uiotteasury,
and you get a receipt for then) called
a "silver ccttillcitto," and those ten
silver dollars must lie int'iowate
hbuse until the certificate la surrren
dered. There to no possible wny In
which the certificate and the
dollars which It repiescnts can
both circulate at once. When
one comes out of the treasury
tlip ojLJjer must go In. When you
deposit wheat In n warobauso and
get a receipt for It, the wheat is sup.
posed to He In the warehouso so long
as the receipt is out. ir you present
your receipt and find tho warehouse
empty, the penitentiary Immediately
begins to yawn for somebody. Tho
silver certificate Is a warehouse re
ceipt, nothing else, not even a legal
tender, and counting the 300 odd mil
lions of them with our money In cir
culation and then adding tho silver
dollars which they represent and
which can not possibly circulate
with them is the most palpable fraud
on earth. It is an Insolent profes
sion or faith In the Ignorance of the
Yoter. It Is an Insult to every man
who reads It.
And yet, go to State street and start
a discussion In front of that window,
und you will find that not one In ten
of tho whlto-shirtedgoldlto fraternity
has any knowledgo of wherein tho
statement Is it lie and a cheat. The
Jeweler himself will come boiling out,
and you will find that he does not
know the difference between a silver
certificate and treasury note or a
greenback (United States note.) Un
less ho has learned better within a
week or so, ho will toll you that these
silver certificates were Issued in pay
ment for the silver bullion which lies
uncoined in tho treasury, and that
they aro redeemed by tho treasury in
gold, tho same as tho other two kings
of paper money. And, mind you, this
is no attack on tho jeweler porsonully;
he Is only a good specimen of tho
rank gold 1 to ignoramus.
But return to that deceptive "state
You will Und tlfat It gives
tho total amount of tho greenbacks,
nnd then adds tho amount of the
"currency certificates" whtoh bear
tho same relation to the greenback
that tho silver certificates bear to
tho silver dollars. Andfurther, these
certlfloatos are Issued In only oncfle-
nomination ofvuat. do vou think?
'- lt "Ice handy little
pleco or paper to 'clroulato" among
, -g?ai P, -TTFiiTrttFrrn nmnl-::":s'r""is'-1'
-- - - Twju- k ml . . " - is
njIcVsand laborilff Inch, Isn't It?
Parenthetically, t he Oregonian an!'ies
that the treasury notes or war time'
should not be counted In the circulat
ing medium or that time because their
denominations were too large, $50
being the smallest. . j ' r.
.Look agalri at the 'iuteiiient,!
and yo will find5 so ifihbh joill added
to so much "gold certificates." This
Is precisely the same old lie. None or
these ccrtl Ilea tes can po-HiUly flf
culate unless the silver, gold or cur
rency which they represent to locked
up in the treasttiy; and none of that
sliver, currency or gold can circulate
until the certificate goes back Into the
trcasurv. These arc facts which there
Is no gainsaying, and thereto no ex
cuse lor sticii oaiu deception on me
part of the "party or progress and
prosperity," public plunder, pap, pop
Their boasted "campaign or educa
tion" is a campaign of personal abuse,
intimidation, ridicule and lies. The
State street He Is only one sample.
The country to flooded with Just such
matter. Let the people 'Investigate
and they will certainly "take a tum
ble," and send Mr. McKlnley and his
menagerie on an endless journey up
David Bukk Chase.
Salem, Or., Oct. 4, 1890.
At the Bohemia Mines.
Bert Savage, R. II Wain, Chas.
Winters, Geo. Bradshaw, Elmer Wor
rlck and D.Trultt.members of lion. A.
Gesner's surveying party, returned to
Salem Sunday, after an absence of
about three months. The boys have
been surveying in the Bohemia
mountains, about fifty miles ftoni
Cotlage Grove, and report a summer's
outing of great sport und pleasure.
Mr. Savage was seen this afternoon,
and stated that the Bohemia mines
arc being worked with satisractory
results. Several large mining com
panies have takeu an Interest in the
further development of tho mines
that give evidence of Valuable ore.
There Is a 23-stamp mill on Grouse
mountain. From the ore now being
turned out, the company realizes fioiu
$30 to $110 per ton. At piesent, tho
mines arc accessible by one good
wagon road, while two more are in
coqjso of construction. T;lie boys ex
pect to return again to the mountains
after a short visit with relatives and
friends In this city. They each appear
hearty and strong, the mountain bill
or fare evidently doing them good.
Dies op Heart Trouble Late
Sunday night Engineer Ilannigan, of
tho Salem local received a message
from Portland announcing the sud
den death of his little boy, aged three
years. Ho took tlip pvcrUnd Monday
morning for Portland.
Although the little fellow had been
HI for several weeks, nothing serious
was thought of his case until late
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and after a few hours suffering. ex
plred. Mr. Hannlgan, who to quite
well known In Salem, has the sincere
sympathy or many friends in his
bereavement. The fuueral was con
Fireman Walter Drennan handled
tho throttle of the Salem Jpca tp
Portland yesterday morning, assisted
by Chas. Smith as fireman. At Port
land the services of another engineer
were obtained who will serve until
Mr. Ilannigan returns.
Cure for Headache.
As a remedy for all forms of Headaches
Electric Bitters lias proved to be the very
best. It effects a permanent cure and the
most dreaded habitual sick headache yeilds to
its influence. We urge all who are afflie'ed to
pro ure a bottle, an 1 give this remedy a fair
trial. In cas: of habitual constipation Elec
tric Hitters cures ay giving till needed tone
lo me uoweis, anu lew cases long resist
use ol tins medicines. Try
cents and $i,oo nt Fred A.
it once. Fifty
A recent letter to Prof. Geo. Cootc
from J. M. Bloss announces that tho
ex-prcsldont of thoO. A. C. and Mrs.
Bloss uro now settled at Muncle,
Indiana. Prof. Bloss has an excellent
educational position, with a salary
scarcely less than that received as
president of the O. A. C Times.
Uucklen s Arnica Salvo
The best Salve in the world foi Cuts,
Bores, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
and all Tetter. Chapped hands, Chilblains,
bruises, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
Live per fee satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 35 cents a box. For sale byjFred A
The dealer who says, "1 have no
IIoo Cako soap," practically admit
that ho does not sell llrst quality
goodR. If ho says ho has something
I'.TllQt. no nnnnll vmi illl 1r.ir.ti. .. .
w ..uw m.u bvvu jww ,, ait JMIlltf Uli UllWU
that ho Is trylhg to sell you an In
ferior article. Thero is more cloathlue
destroyed oy poor soap than by actual
wear, as tho free alkali rots tho cloth.
Hoo Cako contains neither free alkali
nor worthless tilling.
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For the Bryan Literature and Campaign
The subscriptions are coming in
slowly, but as they are purely volun
tary they show that there are still
men in this hotbed of Republicanism
and bread-and-butter officialism who
date contribute t tlio cause of the
D.J. Fry $ 00
Businossman 2 00
Cash I 00
A. Stiong f)0
W. G. Westacott 50
John Bay no 25
E. Hofer 50
T. L. Davidson 50
W. T. Itlcdon 1 50
W.S. Mott 50
J. M. Payne
James Under. . .
II. M. .lone!)....
N.' M. Learned.
W. O. Mitchell
t I t ! M 1
i W. T. SliltCr
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II. W. Prcscott 25
John S.ivtiL'o. Si- 9j
N. Lambert, cash 50
Farmer, cash 2 50
A Bryan boy, cash 25
Laborer, cash 25
Business man 50
B.P, Boise,..,...,,.,..,, 1 00
Silver Itepubllcan 5 00
The campaign now begun will last
six weeks and will result In Oregon
casting her vote for Bryan or Mc
Klnley. The money will be turned
over to tho treasurer of the Salem
If you cannot contribute from 10
cents to $1 a week for the campaign,
glvo a cash contribution. While the
McKlnley campaign committee can
hold up every banker and $5 to $500
out of every employe of tho state,
county and city government, this
cause when, won will owe the ofllpc
seekers and tax-eaters nothing.
THE ONE CENT DAILY.
Has the Largest Circulation With All
Classes of People.
Tun Little Onu Cent Silver
Daily has doublo tho circulation It
ever had. It is tho only Bryan As
sociated Press Daily In Oregon, and
tho cheapest paper on the Pacific
Even the everlasting, self-perpetu
atlng, olllce-holding aristocracy of
Oregon read The Journal.
Advocates of Bryan and Independ
ent American Bimetallism aro circu
lating tho Daily and Weekly as a
campaign paper all over Oregon, Its
circulation In Marlon county is
greater than any other newspaper.
Be Sure you are Right
And then co ahead. If vour blood is imDure.
your appitite failing, your nerves weak, you
may uc sure mat Hood's barsapnlia ts what
you need. Then take no substitute. Insist
upon Hood' and only, Hood'svThis is the
medicine which has the largest sales in the
world. Hood's Sarsaprilla is the One True
Hood's Pills are prompt, efficient, ways
reliable,' easy to take, easy to operate,
Greatest Highest Smallest S
Quantity. Quality. Price. ffi
PLUG ' ' I
The largest piece of strictly ffl
S t high gi4ade tobacco ever sold for jff
( the price Not the large s&e'of !j
the piece alone that has made Q
(J) ''Battle Ax" the most popular 3
tnd on the market for 10 cents, fir
QUALITY; SIZE; PRICE.
JOHN HUGH 8 3 :.
Dealer in groceries, tjaints, oils,
window glass, varni.hcc, and
the most complete stock ol
brushes of oil- kinds in the
state, Artists' materials, lime,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of grass seeds,
FOR REN 1' A 1 1 room House, in good re
pair with barn and good well water. With
one find a half lots. Enquire ;t premises on
19th and Clicmeketa. " to 6 im
WANTED- lo exchange choice fruit trees,
at wholesale prices, for 20 cords of wood.
The Cooper Nursery Co .office over postoffice
K I D'NATl'ED .My Jersey cow has disap
peared. luty returning will be liberally re
warded and not prosecuted. 1) Simpson 3
TO RENTr Two outside rooms, furnished
or unfurnished; terms reasonable. Inquire
388 Church st. 2 3t
FOK KENT A 5. acre ranch, one mile from
Salem. Inquire st this office. 2 3t
WANTED, Man to work on farm and take
farm produce as pay Address box 2, Zena
Or. 3 3t
PRESTON VENABLE The well known
steeple chase jockey and race horse traj er
has arrived in Salem and. car) be seen a( the
bureau. 102 Court street. 10 1 it
FOR SALli 50 cords of grub oak wood will
be sold for $80 on the ground spot cosh.
Wood is located i miles due east of the
asylum. Call on or address W M Learned,
Salem, Oregon. 10 r 3t
FOR SALE OR TRADE.r-The
and hay ranch in Oregon, consisting of 2c
acres. The ahnve trn'rt is mwl fnr fmi. rvr!
truck gardening or general farming. Will
sell cheap on easy terms or trade (or small
place. For particulars inquire of A. H.
Booihby, Mills City, Or. 917 im
FOR SALE OR TKADEf wo " improved
lots, all kinds of fruit, on street car line, at a
big bargain for cash; addres H, this office,
For pood winter nw.
ture for horses inquire one block west ol ihe
iurin aaiem scnooi. KoDert Urayton. 9 9 im
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JrtrlVt l&niAm Colomf t)1. .. 1
CARPET PAPERLarge lot ol heavy
brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Jus
the tiling for putting under carpets. Call a
New Opening. San Francisco second hand
store. New and segond-hand clothing, boots,
shoes, trunks, valises, jewelry, tools, and all
descriptions of second hind goods bought and
sold and exchanged, highest price paid for all
kinds of second-hand goods. Cleaning and
icuauum ncauv uor.e at rea&on&iiir nrirre
Orders by mail promptly attended. Please
give us a call. Remember the place. 00
w.-.v... j. iiict, oaicm, Oregon' 9-iatl,
Salem Steam Laundry
Please noticejthe cut in prices
on the following!
Shbts, plain I0cenls
Under drawers StoiocenU
er sh" 5toioccnts
Socks, per pair., ' ... , cents
Handkerchiefs........;. 3, "en?
Silk handkerchiefs .V '.'" Pn
.T .1 v , S,IPS z4 cents per dozen,
and other work in proportion.
Flannelsandj(other work in
telligentiy washed by hand,
Col. J. Olmsted Prop,
Slir n,l nMU... .1! . . y.
Ladlos Who Valuo
jer. It produces a soft and beanttfnl kln.
"i H. M AK.
!' 'vessor to Dr. J. M.SKeene.
Comer. Salem, Jr. Parties desiring superior
operations at moderate fees in any branch aie
in CT'iecmi request.
Meets alrmasl and passenctr trelns.lkrtstr.
cage and express to all parts of the city,
l'roinnt seivfce. Telephone No. 70.
. tAMP.SJ WAt-ltM
WHAT IS SAID.
Some say we give the best meal in
town for 15c. We say try us and see.
S. RICHARDSON. PROP.
lySccond door north of Hctel Willamette.
W0LZ At MIESCKE Proos. .
Dealars in all kinds of fresh and silt meats
l3?"Fresh sausage a specialty.
171 COMMERCIAL ST
Aire (!. Nf. Orrla will r.noon )if t,ir.rt
enrtpn in the Conrrefationnl rhtirrh nnrlnre
on Septcm!er 21. 8 20 imll
On farm land security.
rates on lame loans.
considered without delay
HAMILTON & Mpii
MONEY TO LOAN!
On city or farm property.
T. K. K)RD
Over Bush's Bank,
L H. HAA$,'
WATCHMAKER AND IKWhLER,
Makes a specialty of fine repair work, Setb
Thomas clocU, etc., 215 Con.nieicial Street
C. H. LANE,
2tt Commercial St., Silem Or
EySuits $15 upwards. Pantst upwands'aa
Jult opened, next door to "Western
saloon, 244 Commercial street. Best
meal In the city for 15 cents and up
wards. All new, neat and clean. All
HIOHARDSON & OHM, Props.
SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel Building
tor water service apply at office. Bill
payable monthly in advance. M.ike a
complaints at the office.
There will be no deduction in water rate
op account of temporary absence from the
city unless notice is left at the office.
Hereafter water for irrigation will only be
furnished to regular consumers using water
for domestic purpose. Contractors for side
walks, brick work and plastering will please
read "under building purposes" page 17 of
scnenuie 01 rates lor 1093. Apply at J
EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Co
California Express Train Run dai,7 between
Portland and San Francisco.
,,8:50 p.m.) Ly-Portland-Ar. (8:10 a.m.
1 1:00 p. m. V Lv Salem,- Ar, J 8:00 a. m
10:45 a-rn ) Ar- S. Frisco Lv. (7roop. m.
Above trains StOD at EaatOI'ortlanrl. Dretrnn
City, Woedburn, Salem.nTurner, Marion,
Teflerson, Albany, Albany Junction, Tangent
Shedds, Halsey, Harrisburg, Junction City
Eugene, Creswell, Drain, and all stations
from Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive.
'ROSEBURG MAIL DAILY.
lv. Portland ar.
lv. Salem lv.
ar. Roseb'g lv.
lv. Portland ar.
ar. Salem lv.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvallis, daily (ex
7:30 a.m. I Lv,
Ar. 1 6:20 p. m.
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trains of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad.
Express train daily except Sunday,
4M5 1. m.l Lv. Portland Ar. J
8:25 a. m,
5:50 a. m.
75 PjMAnMcMinvilleLv J
to ill points in the Eastern States, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest- rata
from WAV. SKINNER, Agent, Salem.
E P, ROGERS, Asst. G. F. & P. A..
. "Portland, Or.
R. KCEHLER, Manater,
- ,0. R. k n rn
ir , i
Via Spokane Minneaoo-i s, t. ,
ver Omaha and Kaa? Ptl IX-..
eastern cltUs. ' Ut7- L , "
Steamers Ruth for ftffi E,V "' ,N'
nesday and Ftiday, a w0 a mMuu. Wl
.Lowest freight and MSn
.rip tickets vL Zl & H
baggage checked through 0,. '' "ol
Oregon, Washington anlL?' TU '
charge for bagRage tunile,.. 'cLeV1
road or nyer route to Porllan 1 0ICe"f '-
For full details call on ute ,. .
agent,, Salem, Oregon, or & '
G. M. POirVtRs,
Foot of Trade st
Union Pacific System
I hrough Pullman.l'alnce hlecpers. Touru
Sleepers and Free; Reclining Chai.f iii
Portland to Chicago;
Our trains are heated b' steim ml
lighted by Pintsch light.
Time to Chicago, 3 1.1 Jays
Time to New York, 4 1-2 davs.
Which is many hours quicker than eon.
For rates, time tables ami fulll'inlnnnii'wjii
BOISEl&l TiA R KES,
Agents, Salem, Ot.J
R.JVV BAXTER. ; C. E. BROWN.
General Agent , Dist. Pass, i gent
135 Third Street. Portland.
Pullman Sleeping Cars
Tourist Sleeolrp Car
To St. Paul, Armneapohs, Uolutn, rtrx
Srand Forks, Crdokston, Wmiipeg, ,
Helena and Butte. .
THROUGH- TICKETS "
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, Hi
York, Boston, and all Points
--East and South
flFor information, "time "cards, mips, '
tickets, call on or write
THOMAS, WAT f& CO.
205 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
A. DS Charlton, AUti Gen'l. LPf JAgt,
Morrison st.. forner.lTnrd Portland. W.
Eastern R. R. Company ;.
-Connecting at Yanuina By
Prancisco & Yaqulni Bay Steamship Co.
S STEAMER "FARALLON,
Sails from Yaouina every 8 dys for
Francisco. Coosliay. Port Orford, Tnauiaa
and Hnmbolt Bay. n,BroiueJ.
Passenger ",J5SeV '
Shortest route between the Wiiuoww
and CaliforeU. . wttttoS -
Tare from Albany or points jert wi f
Franciscos Cabin, 59; neei.. w -y ,
Bay and Port Orlora.cauu. r-i - il6(
bathing absolutely safe.. hunt'me 1
For those wishing to combbe unn
fishing with aquatic R,,r twlr uotf j.
equal! Deer.Var, fKAOiiiO
and salmon trout can beound., .
within a few hours' .ftK
&-Reduced rales to "Pllij, Ot.
EDWIN STONE, Manager, Ccrrai"i
M. P. BALDWIN, Local jp-y--
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