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Daily Capital Journal
BY HOH'BSR BROTHBRSi
PEIDAY, MAY 8, 1800.
STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET
For Supremo Judge,
It. S. BEAN, or Lane County.
For Presidential Electors,
T. T. GEEK, o( Mtirlon County.
B. M. YdRAN, of Lane.
E.L. SMITH, of Wasco.
J. Y. CAPLES, of Multnoiiinli.
For Congressman First Congressional
District, . , ,
TIIOS. II. TONGUE, of Washington
For District Attorney Third JticJlcliil
JOHN A. CAHSON.of Marlon County.
COUNTY ltEPUHMCAN TICKET.
DR. J.N. SMITH, of Sa cm,
H. L. I3ARKLEY, ofWoodburn,
E. V. CHAPMAN, of Brooks,
M'KINLEY MITCHELL, of Gcrvals,
DAVID CRAIG, or Macleay.
GUOVE P. TERRELL, of Meliama.
J.N. DAVIS, of Sllverton.
ri County Clerk,'
L. VTEIILEN, of Huttevllk'.
F. T. WIUOIITMAN, of Salcni.
F. W. WATERS, of Sulcm.
J. W. HOUAKT, of Gui fluid.
IJ B. HERRICK, oriYcw Park.
-"" r- Treasurer,
JASPER MINTO, of Salem.
' School Superintendent,
i OEO. W. JONES, of JelTerson.
A. M. OLOUGII, of Salem.
For Justice of the Pence Snleni Dlst.,
II. A. JOHNSON Jr.
OUR FIRE SYSTEM.
The committee on lire and water
are still considering tho holering of
our lire protection. They may order
a few new gates put Into the worth
less Perkins hydrants. It Is to be
hoped that an Intelligent Improve
ment may Ihj ordered.
The city has now two llrstclass
engines. They aro Jnow kept In good
working order, manned with compe
tent men Fire Chief Hntton has
shown his ability to perform his
duties, The council should quite
fooling with thu englneeis. Thoy bad
u competent man at $00 a month.
Thoy cut him down to $50 and lost
him. They nut on a now man at $7f,
which Is not too much, though It Is
moro than likely that a competent
man could bo secured at $00.
Got down to business, gentlemen
It luii solemn fact that a tire sweep
ing over our city this summer would
glvo our city a backset wo could not
recover from In twenty years.
A COMINQ MAN.
Andrew F. llurlclgh, a Junior olllco
lawyer In tho corporation law llrmof
Simon, Dolpli, et ul., of Portland, Is
to bo elected delegate at largo to tho
Republican national convention from
"Washington, Ho Is to bo pushed for
ward to anUnlted States senatorshlp.
n Who Is Burleigh? Ho Is receiver of
tho Northern Paclllo at $15,000 a year,
lniuloso by tho plundorlng hordo of
corporation lawyer politicians who
misrepresent tho peoplo and plunder
tho corporations In tho iiamo of gov
ernment. Hurlelgh Is a coming man, As re
ceiver of tho corporation and senator
for tho peoplo ho will In a few years
become n millionaire. This Is Amor
lean politics as now practiced. It has
Its beginning In tho rotten primaries.
It will novcr stop until tho people
havo a voice at tho primaries and u
olco In electing senators.
i r- r ;
ocnTT rM MONEY.
Tile Oregon Ian editor devotes a,
column leader Thursday to a small
paragraph from The Journal. Mr
Scott's article Is well written nttd un
usually clear for him. He Is an able
writer when lie Is not embittered or
writing on one of his hobbles.
Tiik Journal cannot take space to
set him right on the money question,
as he denies the theory of bimetal
lism in toto. The Republican plat
form of 1892 declared for bimetallism
and the use of gold and silver as
standard money. He opposes this,
and henco Is not a Republican on the
lie prostitutes his abilities and. his
newspaper and as far as ho can the
Republican party to eastern views
to a money system.that Is Inadequate
to the needs of the American people,
and It Is useless to argue with him
THE BROOKS PRIMARY.
The controversy In Lablsh precinct
shows how absolutely necessary It Is
that a proper primary law bo enacted
In this state.
The Jones faction at Brooks who
have generally been successful In car
rying the primary, were this year
knocked out and now threaten to bolt
tho whole ticket.
All this shown the need of prlmaiy
roform. The Jo. Simon law Is only
for cities over 2,500 and only for city
election". Jlul It was never drawn for
any other purpose hut to legalize ex
isting a buses,
A pioper primary law would com-
pell all parties to hold primary elec
tion on the same day and place with
olllcersat the mercy of no faction,
and where every voter In tho party
would express his choice of candidates
from the lowest to the highest. That
would stop the strife of factions
SUPPORT THE TICKET.
It Is the duty of nil Republicans
support all Republldm candidates
who arc fairly nominated, especially
uttiey linroiiiRdo a good record
tho public srvJconnd nro clean honor
able men In their prlvuto lives.
What tho peoplo want Is good men,
good government, and good adminis
tration, of public affairs. If what U
reported in true, some men who havo
been honored with the most lucrative
positions In Uils county, and whoso
Pinduat while In public onlce is not
above reproach, or at least criticism,
aro lighting good men on the ticket
Such men aro not worthy to bo called
Children Cry for
W H I TEHKAD'S APPOINTMENTS.
Late Lecturer of the National Orange-
Dates and Appointments,
Following arc tho appointments of
Hon. Mortimer Whitehead In Oregen:
Alblna, May 8th, evening.
GrcHliuin, May 0th, 1 p. in.
New Era, May Alth, 1 p. in.
Woodburn, May 12th, 7:30 p. m.
Turner, May 13th, 1 p. in.
Halscy May 14th, 1 p. in.
Harrlsburg, May 15th, 1 p. m.
Cottage Grove, May 10th.
Ashland, Muy 18th, 10th and 20th.
Grants Pass, May 21st.
Roseburg, May 22d.
Oakland, Oregon, May 23d.
Drain May 24th.
Eugene, May 25th.
Portland, May 20th. 1 p. m.
Pendleton, May 27th and 28th.
La Grande, May 20th and 30th.
The County Canvass
Following nro tho annolutmcnts for
speaking as decided upon by tho
county Republican candidates:
Saturday, May 10th Turner, 10 a.
m.: Marlon, 2 p. in.; JelTerson, 8. p. m.
Monday, May 18th Aumsvllle, 10 a.
in.; Sublimity, 2 p. m.; Stayton,
8 p. m,
Tuesday, May lOtli Detroit, 8 p. in.
Wednesday, May 20th Mill City 10
a. m.; Mchama, 8 p, m,
Thursday, May 21st-Macleav. 2 i.
m.; Sllverton, 8 p. m.
Friday, May 22d-Scott'8 Mills, 8. p.
Saturday, May 23d-Woodburn, 8 p.
Monday, May 23th Mt. Angel, 2
p. in. Gcrvals, 8 p. in.
Tuesday, May 2flth-Hubbard, 2 p.
m.; Aurora, 8 p. m.
Wednesday. May 27th-St. Puni in
a. in.; Chainpoeg, 2 p. m.; Buttovlllo,
o p. m.
Thursday, Muy 28th-Hrooks, 10 a.
in.; Howell Prairlo, 2 p. ni.
Friday, May 20th-Eust Sulcm, 2 p.
in.; Salem, 8 p. in. tf
MR. TONOUK'8 DATKS.
Friday, May 8-Halsey at 2 p. m.
Saturday, May 0-JunctIon at 2 and
Eugene at 8 p. m.
Monday, Muy 11-Cottngo Grove at
8 p. in.
Tuesday, Muy 12-Drnht at 1 o'clock
ami Ouklund at 8 p. m.
Wednesday, Muy 13-Roseburg nt
8 p. in.
Thursday, May 1 l-Grnnt's Puss ut
8 p, m,
Friday, May 15-Centml ini.
2 p. m.
Saturday, May Ifl-Meilffiwl. n ...
and Ashland at 8 p. m.
Monday, May 18-Klamath Falls.
Thursday and Friday, May 21 and
23-Coos und Curry counties.
Monday, May 23-Lincoln county.
Toledo in tho afternoon and Newport
at night If possible to so arraugo It
Tuesday, May 2t)-Corvalll9.
Wednesday, May 27-Sherldan.
Thursday and Friday, Muy 28 and
v Tillamook county.
On tho evening of Saturday, May
30, (Memorial duy) Mr. Ttuigue win
deliver an address at HlUsboro. ' '"
A supply of Columbia river salmon
spawn has been sent to Japan, by or
der of that government.
The evangelist Crlttcntan is at
Pendleton drawing lurge nudlcnccs
und making ninny converts.
A summer normal will be taught at
Philomath college, beginning Juno
23, nnd lasting eight weeks,
Between 15,000 and 18,000 mutton
sheep will bo started on tho trail for
eastern points. They will be driven
from Union to Nebraska.
The Southern Pacific Railroad com
pany Is now paying taxes on roadbed,
rolling stock and lands In Lane county
amounting to about $12,000.
Messrs. Shear and Davit, of Tho
Dalles, left for Hay Creek, whore
they hnve bought 12,000 head of mut
ton sheep for shipment cast. They
will be driven to Huntington.
At Prlncvlllo the city fathers aro
not very stylish as to furniture. The
only articles in the room were two
benches, one table, two pine boxes
and a goods box with shelves in it,
used for a secretary, and a good stove.
E. Parr, of the llrmof Parr& Prollt,
that has the contract for carrying the
mall on the rc-cstubllslicd route from
Ashland to Klnmath Fulls, seven
times a week, expects -to make ar
rangements for a permanent service
The joint meetings in Lane county
were begun at Coburg Tuesday, when
speeches were made by Senatorial
Candidates I. D. Driver and H. (.'.
linker, Representative Candidates
Thomas Vaugh, Henry Mathews nnd
Errlck Johnson walked oif ono f
the walls at the lower end of the gov
ernment works ut tho Cascades, fell
Into the canal and drowned. He hud
started out In the dark to go to his
bout at the lower end of the canal for
the purpose of ciosslng the river, and
by some misstep fell on" a wall that
was 20 feet high, fulling Into 30 feet
Three drunken Indians on the
agency road, held up Mr. Thompson,
a prize lighter. This so enraged
Thompson that ho immediately "let
out" and, us the report was given, In
less time than It takes a Jackass to
Hop his curs, hud the three stretched
upon tho ground with blood strcrm
lng from their faces.
Mr. Glenn, u mechanic ut tho Uma
tilla agency has n strange family In a
corner of his woodshed. A few nights
ago ho captured a raccoon, with four
young ones, but tho mother escaped,
leaving tho babies behind. They were
Immediately adopted by a fcuinlo cut
thut hud been bereft of her own
progeny. The little fellows take
kindly to their foster mother, and
she, on her part, unpen rs to treat
them witli the greatest affection.
Continued from first page. J
9ioo Reward SJioo.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn mat mere is at least one ilrcaueil disease
that science liai been able to cure in all Its
tages. and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con.
stitutlonal disease, requires a constitutional
trearment. Hall' Catarrh Cure is taken
intc 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 and assisting nature in doing its
work, The proprietors have so much faith in
its curative powers that they offer One Hun.
dred dollars for any case that It fails to cure.
Semi for list of testimonials. Address
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
HARD TIMES FtvCTS.
C100I) HKADIMU FOR TIIK FAMILY
Every reader of. TnE Journal
should look up tho list of nremlums
given absolutely free with this paper.
Tho Wr.KKLY Journal nt $1 a year Is
the cheapest paper on the Pacific
coast, yet with It wo give yearly sub
scriptions to any of the following
valuablo publications, each known to
tho world as a standard In Its Held:
Tho Toledo Blade.
Tho Queen of Fashions,
'I'lm I.',,.,,, V...o
Tho Child Garden.
Theso vnlunblo mihllciitmni
eacn worth a 9 11 year, vet wniivn
you your choice, ono yenrfreo, for 11
l.r0 subscription to The Journal.
euuer uio daily for six months of
tho Nkkkly for eighteen months.
Seotho list, nnd don't neglect to prollt
J J lis-
won't do deceived Into paying for
so-called premiums offered with high
priced papers at a slight advance.
Remember The Jouunal Is tho
rheapest newspaper on tho Paclllo
coast, audit gives you high grado
premiums without additional charge
Primary Politics. Tho now book
on tho reformation of tho American
primary system, is now on salo a
Dearhorn's book store. nl7t
Notice to Taxpayers,
Tho tax rolls of Marlon county,
Oregon, for tho year 1803, will bo
closed on the 30th 'day of May isfi
AfefiS ?ot lJaltl y W date will bo
MayTlS CSt8 ndded' Dat
Sheriff and tax colfilS S'SSin
county, Oregon. 6-1 4d iw
Children Cry foi
groat deal moro money than it did.
And perhaps we are better off than
we have any right to expect.
I was sorry for Mr. Moorcs. Just
us he was coming to what my boy
who goes to college the "frce-orntlon"
tho whole thing tumbled to the
ground and Moores crawled out from
under tho tent like a boy that had
been cnught stealing into a circus. I
heard that The Journal man killed
a muld nt Macleay when he was show
ing up Pennoyer's record two years
ago. Btit Moorcs brought down the
house that time sure. Ono farmer
salt! It would have been, more Inter
esting to give us the insido history of
the legislature instead of tho history
or tho Republican party. But I've
known Charley ever sinco lie was a
boy and he was always modest about
ills own affairs. Preacher Belknap or
Turner, who was at the county con
vcntlon, and wanted on the legislnture
ticket, .was ut this camp-meeting
where I attended. When he was at
our county convention ho was for
Mjtchell and silver. Nowhe's light
ing the Mitchell candidates on the
ticket llko sixty.
Ho was elected from Benton county
sonio. years ago. My son lives up
there and writes mo that he was not
a preacher there but traded off the
whole ticket to get on himself und
thou conducted the prison Investiga
tion to which Pennoyer now refers.
1 llko old man Pcunovcr. He made
the Iwst governor we ever had except
the present one, wc don't know much
about yet . But now Mr. Belknap has
got religion I supposo ho is more hon
est in his politics than to expend
$1,700 on an Investigation that
didn't Investigate R. R. Ryan, the
Populist candidate for recorder,
showed n friend of iulno n paper they
nro asking all tho candidates to sign.
I nsked Preacher Belknap about It.
Ho said no man could be elected who
didn't sign It, but he wouldn't tell me
what It was. Ilesald the only trouble
was that so many were signing up
that nobody knew who was sincere
and who wasn't and I'd vote for no
man who'd sign nwny his political
freedom 011 any subject under tho
sun. We wanted free and Independ
ent men to represent us und 1 told
him so and he sneaked off nnd said no
more. He nlnt very hroud In the
beam no way. Ho's a good singer
and exhortcr and all that but he never
could bo elected again to anything up
where ho lived my boy tells inc. It
has rained so much this spring und
weather Is so cold and backward wc
aro all feeling blue. There Is no
chunco to do farm work. Tho roads
arc too bad to go to town at any dis
tance. We Just attend school house
meetings and kick about tho legisla
ture and hurrah for McKlnley.
My remarks about tho legislature cun
dldntes in Polk county caused a great
roar nnd I got a letter from one man
to let up or I'd beat the whole ticket.
I know Hatch nnd the clerk Mulkey
pretty well. Thoy're pretty sharp
and will mnko nil there is in it out of
tho legislature which is pretty much
what thoy nil do when thoy get there
and I about despair. Bnt Hatch and
Mulkey is botli still hogs, the kind as
gets tho swill. Mulkey Is county
clerk and knows oyory man in tho
county personally and will be elected,
no doubt. But them kind docs us
farmers no good because they uso nil
they learn about public laws and
administrations for tliolr own benefit
when they protend to go to represent
us. IfJackD'Arcy would tell what
ho knows about tho Salem school
land ring a whole lot of good facts
would come out and a whole lot of
us would voto for him. That was a
pretty sharp letter of Harry Lane's
about Pennoyer and tho school land
ring. Jack D'Arcy was at the Auras
iuu muuuiig unit camo pretty near
being called out to speak but Ed Judd
was too sharp for them. He's a mas
ter hand at that and no man can talk
ut u meeting ho's presiding oyer un
less ho wants to lot 'cm. I'm going
tostho Aumsvllle picnic next Tues
day to hear General Weaver. I don't
agree with his money views but I like
to hear him talk. lie's one man nar
vey Scott is afraid of. If Wnvr w,.a
a tar ff man, I would't bo afraid of
his silver views, because as Tom Ton
guo counts silver ns n part of our
hard money wo'ro not ufniid of silver
if that's true.
,Ht MtiinMiMiHHtiMttnutmmtm imiimu
BLACKWKLL'S DURHAM TODACCO COMPANY.
DURHAM, N. C.
You aro entitled to receive
FREE from your wholesale dealer,
WHITE STAH SOAP with all
TobaCCO you buy. One bar
of soap Free with each pound,
whether 16 oz., 8 02., 4 or., or
a oz., packages.
We have notified every whole
salo denier In the United States
that wo will supply them with soap
to glvo you FREE. Order a good
supply of aENUiNQ DURHAM at
ortco, and Insist on getting your
soap. One bar of Soap FREE with
each pound you buy. Soap la
offered for a limited time, so order
to-day. Youra very truly,
MHHM 11 you ttay4 any muicuity in procuring ynur
toap, cut oui inn noiico unu lenu u wun
your order to your wholenln Hauler.
oLour St. I'lUil-Chlcngo nml
St.Taul-St. Louis lint.
The service they offer Is
'better than ever.
I'lease don't lose sight of
Iletween St. Paul and Chi
cago the Ilurllngton ofleis a
service that Is is luxuious as
nny In tho country. Two trains
dally. Compartment sleepers
Rtandard sleepers . chair
Iletwccn St. I'aul and St.
I.ouis our trains are faster and
better equipped than lhoc ol
anv other iailro.nl
'I'icki is mitl lime inble on
nmilicatlon tu the locil tltcl
A. C. SHELDON, (J. A.,
JOHN HUGH 3 A
Dealer in groceries, palntr,, oils,
window glass, varnishes, and
the most complete stocc of
brushes of all kindj i.i the
state, Artists' materials, iimc,
hair, cement and shingles, and
finest quality of e;rass seeds,
Fruit and Produce Co.,
Inquire. of the Oregon
Salem 7 3t
FOUND, An Kpworth League badge. Owner
can get samo at Journal office by paying lor
this notice and proving property. 6 31
WANTED 'An organ to use in a Sunday
school. Parties please state price and ad.
dress Fred Hroun, Howell, Or. 5.31
FOR PICTURES AND FRAMES -lio to
A. D. Smiths where you can find everything
in the artists line, canvas mounted and pic
ture mats made to order. Give him a call
for he knows just whit you want with prices
to suit tho times. 116 opera houtie.
C H. MACK,
- DENTIST. -
Successpr to Dr. J. 51. Keone. old White
Corner, Salem, Or. Parties desiring superior
operations at moderate fees in any branch are
In espcclnl request. 56
C. H. LANE),
21 1 Commercial St., Sal 5m Or
ISuits $15 upwards. Pants$ upwands'J
Miss lialloii's School
, Ol'KNKD IN
Will receive children from 3 years upward
Spcu.tl .-vifntiun lo beginners. All desired
brand) for theoMer pupiU taught, includ
ing r wipc, moleling, music plain and ar
tistic i.crdle woik All work done on the in
dividual plan in which each child is ad
vanced according to Its own capacity. For
lerm-i an, I particulars apply to Miss O. nat
ion, w eth and C.hemcketa sts.
J. H. HAAS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Makes a splalty of fine repair work, Seth
Thomas clocU, etc., 215 Commercial Street
CARPET PAPER Large lot ol Heavy
brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Just
the thing for putting under carpets. Call at
rOfJLIC MEN, POL11C1ANS AND llUS-i
Iness houses can obtain all newspaper infor
mation from the press of the stacc, coast and
country from the Press Clipping llureau,
(Allen's) Union lllock. Poril and. i22otf
P. O. NEWS STAND.-Local Subscription
Agency for all newspapers and magazines.
Fine-atock of cigaia and confectionery. F. W,
Miller. Prop. 1 14 tf
P'APERS Portland, Sacramento, Seattle,
Tacoma and San Francisco papofi on sale a'
Miller's Postoffice block
FOR SALE. One house and two lots, sit
uatod in Wheatland. Yamhill county. AH
set in good fruit. For sale at a bargain. The
property is that kronn as the Wheatland
hotel. Price $150, Address, A, care Jour
nal 4 2 tf
FOR SALE OR RENT.-One house and
barn and3K acres of land, in good cultiva.
tlon. Situated one half mile south of Odd
tcllows Cem tery. T.Hart. 2t6j
WANTED .lly house twenty years' stending.
lady or gentleman, willing to learn our busi.
ness, then to travel, or to do office work,
Salary $800.00. Enclose self-addressed
stamped erirelope to A. T. Elder, manager,
care Dally Journal 5.2.61
321 Commercial st. Cottle Block
Successor to C. M. Heck & Co.
IJest meats in tho city, Prompt delivery at
Horseshoeing a specialty. Pi Ices as low as
the lowest. Hand made shoes to suit the
hones foot. Diseased feet such as corns, con
tracted hoofs or interfering horses .correctly
attended to. Just give rrie a trial, ioo Che.
mekctn street, back of New York Racket
K. J. IIERSCIIUACII,
votir Alomacii is yo
Treat It as you should and eat at
THE ROY AT.
106 State street. Salem, Or'
You pay only what It costs you elsewhere,
but you get better. Privato rodms for ladles.
. F. VAm hT:
Cantor, BullfeX .
Gage and e.,,... ? P,Jseneer ,.. .
rrompt-servlce, Tele $
Union Pacific System
KHirough Pullman:..., I
Our trains are heated hvVf... . I
llRhted bv Pintieh 1177 wto"!
Tjme to Chicago, 3 i'.2 din.
lime to New York, 4 t-ak
Which 1, many hwarfgj
For rni ttm i,u i . I
anolv to --nur
BOISE & BAIiKEB,
R.W.BAXTER, C.B m
General Agent Dirt.Pw.foi
MS Third Street. Mat"
X It Is easy, to MctrUIn Um prwMdt
MflrTiTYTn I RAN Imskms?
HIIUlllLl IC" KaUfifll 9 Tho Son Francisco Chroalcltkn
On farm land security. Special
rates on large loans. Loans
considered without delay
HAMILTON & MOIR
Bush Rank building
MONEY TO LOAN!
On city or farm property.
Over Bush's Bank,
T. K. FORD
SALEM WATER CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel Building
For water service apply nt office. Bill
payable monthly in advance. Make a
complaints nt the office.
There will be no deduction in water rate
on account of temporary absence from the
city unless notico is left at the office.
Hereafter water for Irrigation will only b
furnished to regular consumers using water
for domestic purpose. Contractors for side.
walks, brick work and plastering will please
read "under bulldlncr ournoses" Dace 17 of
schedule of rates for 1893. Apply nt office.
Salem Steam Laundry
Please notice the cut in prices
on the following!
Shirts, plain '..., 10 cents
unuer drawers StoiocenU
Under shirt Stoiocents
Socks, per pair 3 cents
uanuKercnieis , , cent
Silk handkerchiefs 3 cents
... unu uiiiow sups.24 cents per down,
and other work In proportion.
Flannels and other work in'
telhgently washed by hand.
Col J, Olmsted Prop,
Capital Transfer Co,
HARRY TOWN, PROP.
Express, baggage and nil kinds cf work
done promptly. Leave orders at Patton's
st ore. 13
ThoB?SS. Gnat Strnidud itUvfa
Bo writes lion. 1). J. llrmr.
I WSmd postal lar SffisMin
of Hi r. inn-,'
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6prlnBeld, not., v.iu.
bu ten thfc jUnojw i5"&i
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1 refroilitng-. clesn r. &'5ikiW.
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S, Richardson, Prop,
Two doors north Hotel Willamette. Home
cooking nnd home made pies and cakes al
ways on hand. ' 430
W0LZ k MIESCKE, Props.
Dealars in all kinds of fash and salt meats
t3"Fresh sausage a specially,
171 COMMERCIAL ST
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In all towns and localities throughout the
unitea states ana territories to sell the tonnU
nin -Washer and Steam Cooker, the best in
use. It saves its own price In the wear of
clothes in less than six months. Sent C, O.
D. by express, prepaid, for $3.50, jn tin; S
in copper. For particulars, address
T. B, BROWN, -150
State street. Salem, Oregon, ,
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