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fiiifi X 9 Ar nuri? vvvttt OREGON, MISSOURI. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1897, NUMBER 25. VUUiI.X!i A A A I I I , mm f The Printer's "Sam" of Life. Lives of poor men oft remind us Honest men don't stand a chance; The more we wurk there grim- behind us Bigger patches on our pants. On our pants, once new uml glossy. Now are Mtnpes or dinVr.-nl hup. All because subscribers linger Anil don't pay up what is due. Then lot us he up and dnii:g. Send iu your mite, hnuevrr t-iuall. Or when the stmw of u inter rtnkea us W h nil imv i.m pants :il !. Thii--., M.ii..Jk. .V W. T. I. Qjwi.swiiit clit'!.i.r Ui.in c-vor utL .tiuorn J: Co. l-'or ii mi-- liie.ss paltrm. ail shades anil roleii-, g' uml J-re J. Wiitson & Co. S '"'A itiK'ri city ii'i-it.n e:l irj-iii nta, They me up to dat ami prices reason able. The finest Hour thai cmi be bough at from 90o r sack up at J. N ii'liinan fc Co e. Eighteen cars or 2SS0 barrels of ap phm idve b-en t-'Inppfd from Corning during the apple, season. Corning Chronicle. -M:ss Uusla (Jpperiiian will receive sewing at her Ihhiih, next door south of the postullice. She will he glad to re Ceiye jour ordeie. -Mother Un-toi-li. will have n puhlii1 sale of her household effects at tlie court house park, on S.iturday, Nov Kith, at 2 o'clock. Whew! Don't you buy a wrap until you see the lino carried bv Wash Cum m ins. So handsome and so cheap. For his name is George ashiugton and he can t tell a lie. The business men of Oregon have all signed an agreement to close their places of business at T o'clock each eve mag during the union revival meetings now in progress, except Saturday nights. a most elegant dinner ana supper will be served during the CnryGanthe mum show, by Mrs. Minnie Holtz Moore, in the i.C. Duncan brick, on the north side. Only 25 cents. November 18, 19 and 20th. Lonc rorget to get- your dinner or your supper, or both, for that matter, which will be served in elegant style during the Chrisantheinum show, in the T. C. Dungan building, on the north side, opposite the court house.- Only 25 cent. November Is, III and JUtli. Mrs. E. J. Kellogg was the recipent of an elegant hand-painted cracker jar this week, it was the work of the don or, Mrs. Fannie Dungan, of Oregon Mrs. Dungan intended it for Mrs. Kel ligg's 20th wedding aniversary but she diu not get it tired in time owing to her kiln being out of order. Craig Leader. -C. T. Groves sold to Hon. B. O Cowan the handsnuteCruikshank Short- Horn, Grand Victor III, lat week. Mr. Cowan is bjyiug a number of thorough bred short Hums fur General Hudson, of Texas, and speol a portion of last week visiting herds in the vicinity of Graham and Maryville. -Maitland iiarald. Miss Katie.the charming daughter of "liud Jvorman, of St. Joseph, was one of the gay little onons in the minstrel entertainment given by the Daughters of the Confederacy in thnl city last week. Mies Katie played the tambo. She also sang in a must killing manner, "Honey. You II be borry That iou Shook Me." D. A. Gelvin was uader the doctor's care the first of the week, but is out again. Maitland Herald. Sorry to hear of this; but we are not surprised. Dave uudertook to hold hip own with the senior of this paper at the diuner table at the Pacific hotel in St. Joseph, one day quite recentlj, and he is paying for his rashness. Elsewhere in this paper will be found a comparative statement of the business done at the stcck yards iu this city during the months of October, 1890 and 189i. It is a splendid showing of the growth of business in the yards. In t le eingld item of hogs, the statement ebons that in October last year C.775 hogs were purchased, of which only 414 were used in this city. In October of this year, the receipts were 33,472, and of those 24,254 were slaughtered in St. Joseph. This is a healthy growth, but still greater things may bo looked for in the future. The stock yards business is just in its infancy. St. Joseph Times. We are truly proud of our school board. They are always doing some thing for our school, and thereby doing something for our town. They have just purchased a set of very handsome revolving chairs for the use of the teachers nine in all, one of which will be placed in the library room, for the accommodation of those wishing to use the library. It is encouraging to know that they bought nt home, the goods coming from Denny & VanBuskirk. The example set by some of our business men in going away from home for their goods was not heeded by the members of our school board, and it is to their credit. Ou Thusday lat.t, November 4th, Mrs. Albert Huiatt, aged about twenty years, was B'i badly burned, that her recovery is doubtful. She was making npple butter in the yard at her home on the widow Huiatt farm, eight miles southeast of this city, and her clothing became igni ed in som way, and in only a nmmenl she was enveloped in liames. Her screams brought help from those in the house, and the flames extinguished. Dr. Holloway whs dit-palched for and has done all thnl could possibly be done for the suffering woman. She was the daughter of J. M. Cross, of Forbes town ship, and was married to Alber Huiatt March 11. 1S9G. At the state convention of the Christian Endeavor held at St. Louis on the 29, 30 and 31 of October, it was shown that this district had done the best junior and senior wo-k of any dis trict out of the ten in the slate and that Holt county had done the best work in both these 'lines of any county in this district. District No 2, in which Holt count is located, has cause to rejoice in the fact that, their district superinten dent in behnlf of the district, had the honor of carrying home the two banners givmforthe best work done by the dihtricl in -the state in junior and senior C. E work. This means a great deal. It suggests good church work, good Sunday fchool work and a promising condition of our young people in general. We cannot too highly value the untir ing industry exercised by Mr. Bragg, of St. Joseph, our district superinten dent, or Miss Susie Beeler, our county president. Craig Leader. POPULAR LOW-PBICE CALI FORNIA EXCURSIONS. The Santa Fe Route daily excursions to California in tourist sleeping cars are deservedly popular. Cars are of newest pattern and very comfortable, having every necessary convenience. These excursions are accompaned by Pullman conductors and porters, and arc patronized by many of the best people. Low ticket rates. The Santa Fe's California lino is re markably picturesque. Its middle course across the continent avoids extremes of heat or cold. For descriptive literature, address Geo. W. Hagenbuch, P. and T. A. A. T. S. F. K, Kansas City, Mo. mm I have sold this wagon continuously for TWENTY-SEVEN YEARS; also tried lb different kinds, but for satisfaction to m vselr and customers. I prefer the ;s h. to all others. J. b. HAAfc-b, Dealer, Villisca, lowa. The NEWTON and SCHUTTLER are the best, most durable and Ugliest run ning wagons made and stand more hard usage. II. C. SCHMIDT, Dealer in Fine Harness. Buggies. Etc., OREGON, - MISSOURI. OFFICE OF J.Ov Smook. DEALER IN Clothing, Boots and Shoes. MAITLAND, MO., November 4. 189. We practice what wo preach, Honesty is our Religion. If any man, woman or child buys an article of Jim Smock and upon investigation finds it not worth the money, bring it back and we will cheerfully refund the price. We put Facts and Figures on our stuff. Its the OLD. OLD story and you can't get around it. "Please Paste This in Your Haf See? We are not in the business for our health. We make a profit on every garment that goes out of our house. Somo merchants be lieve the public a lot of "suckers." we don't feel that way. A many a man in soiled garments knows more than a man in his Broadcloth. This is plain talk, but we are built that way and do business on that system. We may bo wrong, we are not al ways right. We make our mistakes and are honest enough to ac knowlego our short comings. We mean right, however, even if we go wrong. You can't get around FACTS and FIG URES. This is the way we do it. Ladies' Fast Black Seamless Hose at 5c worth 10c. Mens Kocktor d I " I a pair. Hose. No. 91. at 4c ' ' (We don't sell Bat tle Ax Tobacco or Michigan Salt and various other groceries for less than cost; and make it up on CLOTHING. BOOTS and SHOES.) A Lambs Wool.fleeced lined (Shirt and Drawer) for 89c, worth S1.25, department stores sells at 95c. A Camel's Hair, Shirt and Drawer, shirt double front, fleece lined, worth 50c, at 19c a garment. A rattling good Flesh Split Leather Boot at 81.25 worth 82. A Boy's Full Stock Kip Boot, worth 81.25, at 89c. A Man's good work suit of Clothes for 61.93, department stores sell for 83.25. A spendid Overcoat for 82, department stores sell for 82 93. We are the jieople and must be respected. Yours, CASH OX DELIVERY, - J". C. SMOCK. - per pair, worth 10c. Men sNo. 101 Rock ford I lose , w o r t h 12'.;c, at 5c per pair. Men's No. 701 Rock ford Hose. Double Heel and Toe, Ribbed Tob, worth 15c ier pair, this week only at 89c a dozen pairs. Men's Silk Finish Suspenders, with wire fastenings, worth 25c at 9c Men's Silk Suspen ders, Kid Trimming, Extra Length, worth 50c at 23c. A genuine Ca 1 i -fornia Goat Glove, that department stores mark and sell at 48c, our price, 24c HI 3tlssrsmrx)iax 114 North Fifth Street, ST. JOSEPH, Free, a Dinner, Supper or Breakfast, AND Free Railroad Fare to St. Joseph. Anyonocuttingout thisadand presenting it after leav ing their measuro for a 820 suit or more, will have their railroad fare paid one way within a radius of 50 miles of St. Joseph, and also a free meal ticket good for the best 25c dinner in the city. Also a free meal ticket by mak ing as small a purchase as a 84 trouser. My 815 suit to order is a corker. Satisfaction guaranteed. GIVE ME A CALL. RAPP - TfE WL0R, 114 NORTH FIFTH STREET, St. Joseph, Missouri. Wo want to loan $100,000.00 on Holt County farms AT 6 Per Cent. PETREE BROS., North Side Square, Oegon. - Missouri. W. A. PETREE, Attorney at Law. Office over C. C. Philbrick's barber shop, Oregon, Mo. J. A. LEASE, Notary - Public, FOREST CITY, MO. Deeds, Mortgages and Pension Vouches n specialty. All kindsof con yanoing attended to promptly. Fresh oysters and celery at J. N Zachman & CoV. Charley Zook has sold his residence property to Frark 1'etroe. J. Watson & Co., havd received their stock of fall and winter clothing. I have several male hogs pedigreed, Call on mo for terms. Geo. F. Zachman, Preaching at Woodvillo Sabbath aftsrnoou at 3 o'clock by Rev. Henry A Sawers. Goodness! Did vou see that beauti ful line of Dress Goods at Wash Cum mins, and so cheap. -'The wav to tret thiniis is to ko af ter them." This applies to waterworks as well as an thing else. Laura Linville entertained a parly of lipr oiiul' friends lal Saluidav. Nov 0, in In, nor of her sixth birthday. When in need of anythini; in up-to date Ladies' ana Gents' times, Childrenb school shoes, see Wash Cummins. Martin, son of "Tonej" Keeves was married in Savannah on the 2Cth nil., to Miss Kate Henderson of that cily When you want bouts and shoes. remember that J. Watson it Co., are the ones to call on. New stock just received. -We have renewed our contract with the Inter Ocean, and can now furnish Thk Sbntiski. and weekly Inter Ocean for 81.50. -New fall and winter dress goods, notions, fancy goods, underwear, shoes, etc., are now being opened every day by .1. wntson & Co. - The attendance nt the Union meet ings is large anil conversions every night. The meetings this week are in the Methodibt church. Miss Lulu YanDerveer ianow sales lady in the store of J. C. Fitts. She extends a cordial invitation to her many friends to call and eee her. Pembroke Blanchard and mother exchange places with Sam O'Fallon, mother and sister on last Tuesday, where they will hereafter be at home. During the Chrysanthemum show, Mrs. Minnie Holtz-Moore will serve din uer and supper in the T. C. Dungan store buildini; opposite the court house on the north side. Only 25 cents. No vember 13, 19 and 20th. Brother Hodinn, of Hickory town ship, has sent us some specimens of rail lies crown on Ins place tnat were so large that he hud to get them out of his wav or lose the use of a ten ncre lielu Two of them weighed 21 pounds. Miss Lulu Vandever has been as sisting Jesse U. 1' itts in his store, re- centlv; his increase in trade of late hns compelled him to call in assistance to wait upon his customers. All our mer chants are reporting a highly satis factory trade this fall. Rev. Assiter, the Evangelist, has moved into the Carnell property this week. The beauty of our city, its liav ng no saloon, its excellent school facili ties as well as its healthfulness, were factors in inducing him to locate among s. e have room for many more such. Died. Willie Schuler. daughter of Henry and Maggie Schuler, in St. oseph, Saturday. November ;i, 189i aced 2io years. They have the sym pathy of a large circle of friends in their bereavement. Mrs. Schuler was form erly Miss Maggie Scbatz, of this city. There are but, nine pensioners in this congressional district, who receive pension of fifty dollars or more. These are: Horace Austin, J no. Acimns, or Mnryville; William Cos, Avenue City; Pat Crossen, Fred Ran, David Munch, St. Joseph; Job. W. McAfee, Parnell; G. W. Carver; liarnard; Jas. II. Silvers, Kea. Charles Strop has been appointed circuit judge, by Gov. Stephens, to till the vacancy caueed by the death of Judge Parrish. The appointee was born and raised in St. Joseph, and is 31 years of age. The appointment is regarded ns a most worthy one, he having won an enviable place at the Buchanan county bar. - the Chrysanthemums are coming and will be the attraction of our beauti ful little city on the hill, on the 18, 19 and 20th inst. The large circuit court room has teen engaged, and it will give Charley Peter, chief decorator, an op portunity for display that will be be witching in its entiety He conten lates arranging in pyramidal bowers. The St. Joseph district of the Ep- worth league, of the M. ti. church will hold their next convention in KmgCity, November 20-28. There are nowthitty leagues in the district, and each chapter is entitled to send to the convention, three delegates, one of whom shall be their pastor. Charges having no league may be represented by their pastor, and two delegates appointed by the pastor or Sunday scheol board. Wonder iT it is true, as has been stated, that there are no dens of filth and misery more shooking than some of Missouri's poor houses? Carroll county Republican-Record. Not so in Grundy. We are gilt-edged. Let's hear from the other 113 counties. Trenton Republican. Not so in Holt. Our county wards are cared for in first-class style, while the buildings and property ore cared for in the same manner. Judge Gates, of this state, in the case of Lndd vs. Ladd, held the other day that in our state a divorce could be granted to an injured party who had resided but single day within the state's boundnries. If the decision should be upheld by our supreme court, Chicago, the Dakotas and other former divorce centers will lose their prestige. Ninety dajs is a short time to acquire a resi dence, but twenty four hours is less. The beauty nnd the enjoyment of country life in the autumn is not to be described in mere colorless prose. Our ludian summer is the most beauti ful of seasons. The critical Ilriton may sniff contemptuously at our spring, nnd the Frenchman may smile dolefully over our unbearable summers, but neither can boast of ever heving Eeen a really gWrious autumn until he came to America. In no other country are there such forests of trees whose leaves turn gold crimson, and then fall in brown mantles around them, leaving the silvery skeletons studdied against a sky whose dazzling purity in only equalled by the sky of Italy. Messrs Denny & VanBuskirk re moved their stock of furniture this week into the handsome VanHuskirk brick storeroom, formerly occupied by Jeste C. Fitts. It is one of the best locations and handsomely finuhed business rooms in Oregon, large and commodious, and very accessible. In addition to the large stock generally carried this firm has recently made new and extensive purchases and are arrangingthem hand somely in their quarters. Mr. Frank Allen, who his been in business in Craig for several years, will be connected with the firm and will represent Mr. VanBus kirk's interest. He is an excellentyoung man, for whom The Sentinel, has the highest personal regard and trusts his highest anticipations may be realized in bis new field of labor. It is a burning shame that we have a class in our com munity who, needing a baby rocker, are in the htbit of going to St. Josepb.when in fact they have a furniture store in their own town, and still worse, this ex ample is set by some of our business men, the last people of our community who should go abroad for goods. If they set this example, surely they have no reason to complain if others do so. Second Annual Chrysanthemum - Show GO Under the Auspices of The Oregon Chrysanthemum Society -AT THE- CoufjT House, Oeqo fto., November 18, 19 and 20, 1897. Admission, 10c. School Children, 5c. Season ticKets, 25c, not transferable. IBECKWITH'S ROUND PARTY PLEASE IDOHSFT Think that an imitation will ever do the perfect work with any kind of fuel, that is done bv the GI NU1XK KEl'hWITirs KUbAli UAK. Lome and seo the most successful heating stove on earth. T. L. PRICE, Hardware, Oregon, Mo. There doesn't seem to be anything particularly the matter with Kansas at the present time. -Our street, committee is now having some excellent and badly needed work done on our streets. A series of meetings are now in pro cress at i'leasant lew cnurcn. much interest is Deing manuesieu. The fact that Tammany steadfastly refused to consider national issues robs its victory of political significance. Prosperity has three more months in wnicn 10 convince siuuuum tuiern that Republican ruls is a good thing. The Maryville Republican estimates that there are 81,920 head of cattle be ing fed in Nodaway county at the pres ent time. A most elegant dinner nnd supper will be served during the Chrysanthe mum show, by Mrs. Minnie Holtz Moore, in the T. C. Dungan brick, on the north side. Only 25 cents. Congratulations to Grandpa and Grandma Berres; their first grandchild, sweet little girl came t3 bless the home of their daughter, Mrs. JosieKing, on November 7th. Claude feels as rich as any King, and why should he notr Grandma Berres was in attendance on the interesting occasion. Jacob Gross has just completed a fine foundation for Wash Pullen, who is building a nice residence on his bottom farm; as soon as completed will be oc cupied by his son Sam who was quite re cently married. Jake is loud in his praises ot the manner in wnicn ne was treated by Mr. Pullen and his hospita ble wife. Large line of Heating and Cooking stoves at bchulte Uros. Don't forgat to get your dinner orl vou r supper, or both, for that matter. which will be served in elegant stylel during the Chrysanthemum show, in the T. C. Dungan building, on the north nn J i side, opposite inecouri nouse. vniyzoi cents. -The Hoi.t Cor.vrv Sentinel pub lishes a list of 227 men who are feeding cattle in Holt county and claims that even this long list is not a complete one. The number of cattle in the herds vary from l'J to Dave Gelvin'fl 1,500. By the way, the publication of this list is ex tremely creditable to The Sentinel's enterprise as a newspaper. Maryville I tribune. Now quail are quail. You can buy them in the uiaiket place or shoot thsm in the fields and bring them home and tell your wife and children that they are ouail without fear or the consequences. Two weeks ago they were called hedge snipe, snowbirds, humming birds, prairie I pigeons or any old name, out now ihey are quail, and quail pot pie and quail on toast are in order. - The merchants of Oregon are knock ing the bottom out or prices on any needed article. The farmers of this en tire sectijn can save money by coming i to Oregon. Our merchants buy in large I lots, nay spot cash, which enables them to give the buyer big discounts. They are marking down goods to an astonish ing low figure, nnd those who want to tit themselves out for winter should scan our advertising columns. Come to Oregon and natronize these honfe merchants who invite you to come and look at their goods. GO CD CO CD 3 BEST TRAINS w Nebraska. Colorado, Montana, Black Hills, Utah, California, ruget Sounds Chicago and Sn Louis. VESTIBULED THROUGH TRAINS, SLEEPERS, DINING CARS, CHAIR CARS (sFre7). ELLIOT MAF.SHALL.Oiv.PAss.AsT-ST.JOSEPH.ua' j HOWARD ELLIOTT, GEN L MGR.. ST. JOSEPH. MO . WAK.LEY. GEN'L. PASS. AOT, ST. LOUIS.HP VINE HOVEY, Agent, Forest City, Mo. L. I. Moore & CO. Will Ball VnitnnnAa in their line as cheap as any one. lOUng man. Cutnmina in ilia nloKi, to buy up-to-date suits and hats. The latest novelties in loKoo .I-. goods can be found at J. Watson & Co. Choice N TOo per gallon at J. N. Zachman grocery. Pui' your groceries nnd queensware J .v atson Co.. nnd fh bargains. -Our own brand RAirlnrr mnnlnna iHTge bottles. 10 fun! a ttaet nil ma.la of lorn Price's Hardware 6tore. -Hot lunch. Fur TTir- lii-aiwl Dn.i I . v.vi.u UUU U U l ter. beefsteak. om?R uml nilToo of all houre.also all kinds ofcold lunch at the Denver Bakery. -Evidenllv th ber of hungrv Rnul)lie:ina in rthtr. r,-l. had failed to get tho right sort of letter i rum w asniugton. The Nodawav circuit nrmrf in eva sion this week with a docket of 143 cases. ineniy one or w.-iich are divorce and nine are criminal cases. During the Ohrvflnnthamnm eUw Mrs. Miunie Holtz-Moore will serve din ner nnd supper in the T. C. Dungan store building, oppositejthe court house, on the north side. Only 25 cents. November 18, 19 and 20th. Come on we have a bargain for you. e have made arrangements so that we can send you The Sentinel, and the Toledo Blade, for only S1.50, cash in ad 7HDC6. -LfllS IR ft. (Tormina haprrom the two papers, one year, for the price of The Sentinel alone S1.50. Frank Petren. tho v-nnrr oiin.nn. I W?40 recently name nmnnn tta Irnm Tfan. jsas, has shown his patriotism for bis Iauupieu biiue, anu nis loyalty to the Republican party by adding one to the ranks of the G. O. P. Thn wns introduced to him hv M land Doctor Evans, on Saturday night iiikh, ooromoer mn. One of the rnnRnipnmts fimiraa f the Chicago horse show was Mrs. j. C. Hohart, who formerly lived at Maitland. Her husband for years prior to his re moval to Chicago was n nrnmment atnntr I feeder near Maii.l.tnil. hut. nr,m lain tha I stock commission business in the windv city. The Chicago papers are speaking quite favorably of Mrs Bohart. She is u bplendid horsewoman, and rode astride of her favorite saddle animal in all en tries. Her horse is a Drodunt nf NVln. way county, near Maitland, and is said to be the best saddler in Chicago. -Great nrenaratinna am heinrr mmln I for the second annual tlhrvpnnthamnm show, by the ladies of our city. All the indications points to the most success ful show yet held, for the conditions cer tainly favor success. Mums were never so abundant or finely grown as this year. The show will begin on Thursday, and will close the following Saturday, No vember 18. 19. 20, giving all an opportun ity of carefully examining the feathered beauties of the tlmvev Iri I admiration of the Chrysanthemums is more man a lau. ii is a passion which has for its obiecL onnnf thn I ful of all flowers, nbd a rare treat is io store for those who attend the show. Much f?aod IS hftinrr nnnnmnlieharl Uv the Series of Union ma At intra nnar liainr I conducted by Rev. Sawers ofthePres- i . -. , , . . uyienan ana itev. uraraplon, or the M. E. churches. led by the Evangelist, Rv. Assiter. Every night since they began tbev have been well nttemlail nml tho greatest of interest is being manifested. The meetings are being held in the M. E. church this week, and it speaks vol umes for these ministers who have uni ted in bringing about thia nniin miii.,1 that promises to do so much for our little I citv. They have secured the consont of the business men to close their places of business nt 7 nVlnnk nnnh srnninn or. cepting Saturday, in order that they, as well.as their emnlovers. mav hav nn nn. I portunity to attend. Already 6cme eighteen confessions have been made. - Our city council at its Into mnatino- adopted a sidewalk ordinance in har I inonv with the nnw Rtntntaa n.,;i, I tho.-ize8 cities of the fourth class to lay I an siuewaiKs or io mane all repairB to those nl read v laid. It. nrnviilno tl.ot th committee shall advertise for bids, and I thev shall lei thn Damn. nnl nil mia tnr jsuch work shall be charged up against me reai estate along which the sidewalk is laid. There in nnt hinr. in t hn Inn? ,, in hibiting the owner of the real estate from bidding in order to be nble to put llllWn the UThIIt nintr his nirn nrnnarlv I The object of the law makers was un .1.. I. -.,!!.. ... : ... i, uuuuicuij iu beuuru n uuuuruiiiy ia an such improvements, and we congratu late our council on taking this step that wil! bring to us a uniform system ot sidewalking. Now for water-works, elec tric lights and motor line during the next twelve months anil nnr hanntifnl I little city on the hill will be right in it. The Tinrlinotnn nmVintn UanAaA liu General Manager Howard Elliott, have been making their annual visits to the various towns along their lines in this section of the state, conferring with the neonla concerning- thn mutual inlsraoli I of the road and the towns along its lines. we oeuevetne lsurnugton system is the only company in the entire west that takes such a deep interest in the cities aqd towns through which its lines pass. il nas even lanen me view mat the in terests of the comn.mv nnd thn towns j are mutual whatever benefits one bene fits the other, and we believe this is the main cause for making the Burlington the favored line of the entire west. Ore gon, though not on its line, is one of the great feeders of its line, and our people would be pleased to have .Mr. Elliott nrwl hla imin, if nlila nflintnTa victt mil I city, which they would find to be one of I friw. 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