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ESErtto Hood's Sarsaparllla
st, Greatest Merit
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UOH. IivF"- ... , mutMK
d, Greatest Cures
"Sand actually produce
d Greatest Sales
Aceordinc. to the statements of
.JH.t. nil over the country.
In these three points Hood's
rMparllto Is peculiar to Itself.
u Mt- it Is the Que True Blood rurlfler.
.., a it the only nllU to tako
Hflfld S irljKwHii'.. :ir"nmriiia.
Everybody lias whooping cough at
Tv iiP'1""1" lt L'-,b'inori ls to bc
.i. Mln.tilrf w tlinrnrrlinilf..
ten mile railroad contract above
Unfile Point will be tlnlsli about
The tannery at Eugeue uses anually
jOOcords of tan bark, for whlca they
pjy3.50 per cord.
Atotetakeu In the Cheshire hop
yard, near Eugene resulted in Bryan
;6,McKinley40and Palmer 0.
In Clatsop county last Thursday 27
new citizens were made-and out
ottheSi naturalizing 23 are for Bryan
ive are informed.
AboutlMX) sheep and 50 head of cat
tle were purcnuied and driven to Port
(Word for shipment to San Francisco
at, ffedderbulast week.
At Cottage grove a Bryan club was
organized and out of the 58 members
enrolled 17 of them were old Repub
licans who never voted anything else.
J.S. Kimball & Co., a shipping
firm of San Francisco, lias engaged
2000 tons of coal per month from the
Rlrerton mines on the Coqullle.
Prof. Louis Barzee, President of the
Drain Normal school writes that the
fall term opened with a .greatly In
creased attendance over last year.
James Fedlerofthe Catlln saw mill,
luCovrtltz county, Wash., has se
cured a contract for 155,000 feet of
long timber. There will be two itlcks
24x24, 100 feet long.
Judge McBride, of Astoria, in
fracted the receiver for tho defunct
Pacific Paving Co. to pay 70 per cent
of all labor claims now filed, which
were regular on their face.
Scottsburg, in Douglas county, has
the oldest tannery in Oregon. It
was built in 1853, by Levy Kent, now
a prominent and active business man
In Drain. The tannery has 12 liquid
tats, two leaches and horse-power and
makes skirting leather.
Eugene, The Dalles and Roseburg
are all in darkness, doing without
electric lights on account of a failure
to make satisfactory contracts with
the companies of their respective
cities. Perhaps economy' has somth
log to do with it.
The town council of Huntington, on
petition of property-holders, voted at
Its last meeting to assist the McCob
Mn Bros, financially in their efforts to
Kcure artesian water. The town- do
nates 2 cents for every foot the well ls
Wren below the 200 feet it has al
Eben Hoffman, of Astoria, had "an
"citing fight with a bear. The ex
perience was anything but pleasant
M came near costing him his life.
"e was rescued from the Jaws of the
war who wag chewing his shoulder.
suffered a broken collarbone and
tbelossof thetipof his nose.
hJiikeleton of a man Partially em
waedln the sand, was found by a
merman near the mouth of the
,,, rlTM Wednesday. It is be
t u ... an Ina,J"'s skeleton, and
thought that ltmay.be that of
gltTom," vfi)0 disappeared from
in nrt!2,0reservaQn over two years
SKed. 88Upposed t0 nave '
T. ?? Arntea Salve
& er f, 'i .?.d lot
v iecr. ChiDTVil h,nA. rk;iKi.i,.
, -. ...w oaii xvneuHi.
U"K.-6?uir,ed- guaranteed to
Ktx Mt,,fJetl00 or money refunded
i cents a box For sale by Fred A
8Hra and Nervous OcWIlty.
S'Vn,9ss of Body anil
Mlad. KtlecU of Erron
r Licenses Jn Old or
jouag. itolmst, Nobla
Manhood Mllr Heatortxl,
How to KnlarKe and
otrenofhn w-v i
''evelopod Portions or
rJ$?- Absolotely nn
rai l ing Tiomo Trcataneu U
tiaatadSJ ? Jfr!lti Book, ex.
File a. --" uuea (s&uetl) free.
A MODEL, PLATFORM.
Adopted by the Democrats
The following I the full and com
pleto platform as adopted by the
National Democratic convention:
We, the Democrats of the United
States in njitional convention assemb
led, do rcanirtn our allegiance to those
great essential principles of justice
and liberty upoti which our institu
tions are founded, and which the
Democratic party has advocated from
Jefferson's time to our own freedom
of speech, freedom of the press, free
dom of conscience, the preservation of
ruircrtnnt rlrrlitc ttir. ........it... .. ..
1n..uuta ..Buo. uiiu viUiiuiy 01 nil
ciuzens oerore uie nrw, and the faith-
rm ODservunce or constitutional limi-
During all these rears tho nnnwi.
cratlc party has resisted the tendency
" ociuou iiiicirska iu uie ccniraili!-
atlon of governmental power, and
steadfastly maintained the integrity
of the dual scheme of government
established by the founders of this
republic or lepublics. Under Its
guidance and teachings the great
principle of local self-go eminent has
found its best expression in the main
tenance of the rights of the state
and In its assertion of the necessity
of confining the general government
to the exercise of powers granted by
the constitution of the United States.
The constitution of the United
States guarantees to every citizen the
rights of civil and relizious lirwrtv.
The democratic party has always been
the exponent or political liberty and
rclicious freedom and it renews Its
obligations and reatlrnis Its devotion
to these fundamental principles of
Kecogniziug that the money ques
tion is paramount to all others at tills
time, we Invite attention to the fact
that the constitution names silver
and gold together as the money metals
or the United States, and that the
first coinage law passed by congress
under the constitution made the sil
ver dollar the money unit, and ad
mitted gold to free coinage at a ratio
based upon the silver dollar unit.
We declare that the net of 1873 de
monetizing silver without the knowl
edge or approval of the American peo
ple has resulted in the appreciation
of gold, and a corresponding fall in
the price of commodities produced by
the peeple; a heavy increase in the
burden of taxation and of all debts,
public and private; the enrichment of
the money lending class at home and
abroad, the prostration of indnstry,
and impoverishment of the people.
We are unalterably opposed to mon
ometallism, which has locked fast the
prosperity of an Industrial people in
paralysis of hard times, Gold mono
metallism is a British policy, and its
adoption has brought other nations
into financial servitude to London.
It is not only un-American, but anti
American, and it can be fastened on
the United States only by the stifling
of that spirit and love of liberty
which proclaimed our political inde
pendence in 1776 and won in the war
of the revolution.
We demand the free and unlimited
coinage of both silver and gold at the
present legal ratio of 10 to 1, without
waiting for the aid or consent of any
other nation. We demand that the
standard silver dollar shall be a full
legal tender, equally with gold, for all
debts, public and private, and we
favor such legislation as will prevent
for the future the demonetization of
any kind of legal tender money by
Wo are opposed to the policy and
practice or surrendering to the hold
ers or the obligations, of the United
States, the option reserved by law to
the government of redeeming such ob
ligations In either silver coin or gold
We are opposed to the issuing of in
terest-bearing bonds or tue united
SrntPH In time or rjeace. and condemn
the trafficking with banking syndi-
rvifAR which. In exchantro for bonds
and at an enormous profit to them
selves, supply the federal treasury
with gold to maintain the policy of
ISSUE OF MONEY.
Congress alone has the power to
coin and issue money, and Prorident
Jackson declared that this power
could not be delegated to corporations
or individuals. We therefore de
nounce the issuance of notes intended
to circulate as money by national
banks as in derogation of the consti
tution, and we demand that all paper
which is made a legal tender for
public and private debts or which is
receivable for duties to the United
Gtates shall be be issued by the gov
ernment of the United States ana
shall be redeemable in coin.
We hold that tariff duties should be
levied for purpose of revenue, such du
ties to be so adjusted as to operate
equally throughout the country and
not discriminate between class or sec
tion, and that taxation should be
limited by the needs of the govern
ment honestly and economically ad
We denounce as disturbing to busl
neaTthe Republican threat to restore
the MoKinley law, which has twice
been condemned by the people in na
tional elections, and which, enacted
under the false plea of protection to
home Industry, proved a proline
breeder of trusts and monopolies, en
riched the few by the expense of the
many, restricted trade, and deprhed
the producers of the great American
staples of access to their natural mar
kets. income tax.
Until the money question "settled
we are opposed to any agitation for
further changes In our tariff laws, -cept
such as are necessary to meet trie
deficit in revenue caused by the ad
verse decision of the supreme court on
the income tax. But for this decision
by the supreme court there would be
no deficit in the revenue under thelaw
passed by a Democratic congiwa
strict pursuance of the uniform deci
sions of that court for 100 years, that
court having in that dec slon sus
tained constitutional objections to Us
enactment wUlcu uaa preciuuj -
overruled by the ablest Judgw g
Clare that it is the duty of congress to
use all the constitutional power which
SaDn,I,,fcr that decision, or which
St?."" ts rersal by the
SSS dn ma.y 'jewafter be const!
S iv hVShan the burdcns or taxation
totnLW antl Partial!y laid,
to the end that wealth may bear its
"ehold that the most elncletit w.iy
nn.?r,!icc,li,UK.Alucr,l'nn labor ,s to
R.m.SiS 1l,lo.l"lxrtatloii of foreign
uuper labor to compete with It in the
home maiket, and that the value of
tue home market to our American
farmers and artisans is greatly reduced
oj aueious monetary system which
leniesses the prices of their products
below the cost 0f production, and thus
oepr ves them of the means of nur-
uiabing uie products of our home
manufactories, and, as labor creates
the wealth of the country, we demand
tue passage or such laws as may be
necessary to protect it In all its rights.
,7,e are in favor of the arbitration
oruilTcrenccs between emplovcrs en
gaged in interstate commerce and
their employes, and recommend such
legislation as is necessary to carry out
The absorption of wealth by the
few, the consolidation of our leading
railroad systems, and the formation
of trust and pools require a sticter
contiol by the federal government of
those arteries of commerce. We de
mand the enlargement of the powers
pf the interstate commerce commiss
ion and such and such restrictions and
and guarantees in in the control of
railroads as will protect the people
from robbery and oppression,
We denounce the profligate waste
of the money wrung from the people
by oppressive taxation and the lavish
appropriations of recent Republican
congresses, which have kept taxes
high while the labor that pavs them
is unemployed, and the products of
the people's toll are depressed in price
till they no lonirer repay the cost of
We demand a return to that sim
plicity and economy which benefits a
Democratic government and a reduc
tion in the number of useless offices,
the salaries or which drain the sub
stance ot the people.
Wedenounce arbitrary Interrerenccs
by federal authorities in local affairs
as a violation of the constitution of
the United States and a crime against
rrec Institutions, and we especially
object to government by injunction as
a new and highly dangerous form or
oppression, by which federal judges
in contempt of the laws of the states
and rights of citizens, become at once
legislators, Judges, and executioners,
and we approve the bill passed at the
last session or the United States sen
ate, and now pending In the house or
representatives, relative to contempts
in rederal courts and providing for
trials by Jury In certain cases of con
.No discrimination should be in
dulged by the government of the Uni
ted States In favor of any of Its debt
ors. We approve of the refusal of the.
Pactucrallroau lunuing mil, ana ae
nounce the efforts of the present Ito
nubllcan congress to enact a similar
Recognizing the just claims or do
servlncr union soldiers we heartily en
dorse the rule or the present commis
sioner or pensions that no names shall
be arbitrarily aroppea irom uie pen
slon roll: ana the ract of enlistment
and service should be deemed con
clusive evidence against disease and
disability before enlistment.
Wi f.-ivnr the admission or the ter
ritories or New Mexico. Arizona and
Oklahoma Into the United States,
and we favor the early admission of
all the territories haying the neces
sary nonulatlon and resources to en
title, them to statehood, and while
they remain territories, we hold that
the officials annointed' to administer
t.im irnvprnmnnt. of anv territory to
gether with the District of Columbia
nnrt AinsUfi. should be bona fide resl-
rtnnts of the territory or district in
iviiinh thr. duties are to be performed
Tim Tpmnr.r.itlc nartv believes in
immfi rule and that all nubile lands
of the United States should be appro
priated to the establishment or free
homes ror American citizens. We
rApnmmp.nd that the territory or
a inoi ho , irrnntad a delegate in con
gress, and that the general land and
timber laws or the United States be
extended to said territory.
mho Atnnrno rtnf.trlna Is oriclnally
declared.and as Interpreted by suceed
ing presidents, is a permanent ijui u ui
tiio fnroitm nnllcv or the United
States, and must atall times be main
We extend our sympathy to the
people or Cuba In their heroic strug
gle ror liberty and independence.
We are opposed to lire tenure In the
public service. We ravor appoint
ments based upon merit, fixed terra of
office, and sachan administration or
the civil service laws as will afford
equal opportunities to all citizens of
ascertained fitness. We declare it to
be the unwritten law or this republic,
established by custom and usage or
one hundred years and sanctioned by
the examples or the greatest and
wisest or those who fouled and have
maintained our government, that no
man should be eligible for a third
term In the presidential office.
Tho federal government should care
for and improve the Mississippi river
and other great waterways or the re
?2,Y. r-T copnrfi for the nterlor
Sev "and cheap transportation I
to tidewater. When any waterway oi
the republic Is of sufficient Import
ance to demand aid of the cover-,
ment such aid should be extended up-
on S definite plan or continuous work
until permanent Improvement Is
8efnMlDK In the Justice or our cause
andtffi ? necets Ity of Its success at the
rolls, we submit the roregolng declar
aUons of principles and purposes to
a.lL0Ur"cihi lude-nient of the
American people, we mviw mu auj
irt of all cltUens who approve them
SSd wto desire .to .have them , ma c
lilt l,UU3uv. r- Invltfl tlin surv-
relief of the people and the restoration
of the country 'a prosperity.
..ii.. wiapvnrrri I171HIULIUU ivi tv
iiA ..' ' J t't'u I't'ti. ip ' i't t.
l ing the S tomachs ondBowels of
ncss and Rcst.Contains neither
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca,
ncss and Loss OF SLEEP.
facsimile Signature of
EXACT COPV OF WRAPPED.
i i uli n '''Hjjji'lj."'-1-1'''" i 77" fl
-EXCELSIOR - STABLE-
B. C, HANSEN, MANAGER.
Onlv2xkl horse? me.l. Satis'aotion guaranteed.
to lirlcet vou via Ihe Unrlinc
ton Route and lfe will do so.
Tell him you want your
ticket to read via Hillings,
Mont., and the New Short
Line and it will read that
Tell him you want it to
read via St. Paul and Ihe
Burlington Route and it will
read via St. Paul and the
The servico over both lines
is as good as it can be. To
Umaha, Kansas iltv, at.
Louis and the South, the
time via Billings Is icveral
hours faster than via St.
Paul. To Chicago it is about
EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Co
California Express Train Run daii between
I'ortianu aim aan riwwitu
Jitfop. m.) Lyr-1'ortland r-Ar. (8:ioa.
inoop. m.-Lv Salemr-Ar. J 8:oo a.
lo:4S a. m ) Ar- S. Frisco Lv. (7roo p.
Above trains stop at EastSI'ortland, Oregon
-:.. Wn.ltiirn Kalffm.lrrurner. Marion.
Jeflerson, Albany, Albany Junction, Tangent
Eugene, Creswll, Drain.J and all stations
from Koseuurg to nsnianu, mtimm.
ROSEBUKG MAIL. UAIi..
lv. Portland ar.
lv. Rnlfiin lv.
ar. Itoeb'g lv.
lv. Portland ar.
ar. Salem lv.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
nur t liiu iilll.-l.'R'r KI.KEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars atuched to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvallis, daily (ex
7t3o a.m. I Lv.
Portland. Ar. Guo p. m,
Corvallis. Lv M3S p. m.
i. aii,. .n ryirvallii connect with
trains of Oregon Contral k Eastern Railroad.
Express train daily except Sunday.
tut p. m.1 Lv. I'ortlanJ
R-lt x. m
X.T. IVIU.UU .... . J -"
Ar. McMinville Lv 5:50 a. m.
vn P. ".
to ill points in the Eastern States, Canada
and Europe can he obtained at lowest ratei
from W.W. SKINNER, Agent, Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, Asat. O. 7. Sc P. A.,
R, KOEHLER. Manager.
for purity, and for IreproTement of tba com
plexion BOtnlmequau yozzomi-u rmtim.
IS ON THE
CuUirla li put tip in ona-ilte tottlu only. It
ls set sold la bulk. Don't allow inyom to tell
I you anything elis on tho plea or promlio that lt
U "jnt as good" and "will answer Terr pnr-
jnst as gooa" ana "win answer every pnr-
J pose." tw Hoo tiat yon got 0-A-B-T-O-B-I-A.
ttalli yZr STfr ,a lies
a ' vnicsr.
Stablo back of Stale Insurance block
& Si. tal By.
GLANCE AT THIS MAP-
Of the Chicago, Milwaukea nd St. Paul
Railway and note its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha,
and remember when going east that its tru'm
aie lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment is superb. Elegant
Buffet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclininp chairs. Each sleeninc
car lieithhas an. electric reading lamp, and
its dininc cars are the best in the world
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no other offers the above lux
urious accommodations. These are sufficient
reasons for the popularity of "The Milwau
kee." Coupon ticket agents in every rail
road office will give yon further information,
C. I. EDDY, General Agent,
J. W. CASEV, Trav. Pass. Agent.
Eastern R, R. Company
"Connecting n Yaqulna Bay with the b'a
Francisco & Yaqulna Bay Steamship Co.
Sails from Yanuina every 8 days for San
Francisco, Coos Bay, Port Orford, Trinidad
and Humbolt Bay,
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or points west to San
Franciscoi Cabin, i steerage, $5; to Coos
Bay and Port Orford, cabin (0; to Humboldt
Bay, cabin $8; round trip, good 60 days, $16.
The most popular seaside resort on the
North Pacific Coast. No undertow surf
bathing absolutely safe.
For those wishing to combine hunting and
fishing with aquatic sports, this resort has no
equal. Deer, bear, elk, cougar, brook trout
and salmon.trout can be found in abundance
wilhin a few hours' drive of the bay.
jy Reduced rates to all points.
EDWIN STONE, Manager. Ccrvallis, Or.
J. C. MAYO, Supt. River Division.
M. P. BALDWIN, Local Agera.Altona Dock
I Tho Rosy Froshnoss
I And a velvety Mflneaa of tho skin is fnvov
I rlably obtained by those who ua Vouohx'b
I Complexion 1'owder.
2!, PAUL j
Vt o w a sr 7fi
POST THIS BILL '
J - ' -' 1- --r -' - '
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Only Associated Press Silvei Daily.
Daily Capital Journal $3 a Year
Cut this out and post up Inla conspicuous placo where lt will bo
seen. All the associated press papers in Oregon, except THE
JOURNAL, tiro published In tho Interest of, tho uol(l standard.
Send 25o In silver for tho dally ono month.
The Oregon Press Monopoly
Will not treat the restoration of silver fairly. It will not tell the
pcoplo tho truth. Itdaronot, Tako a fair paper that gives tho
peoplo'sjsldo as well as.tho Wall street side.
Are You a Patriot?
Help your countryiby circulating tho only Associated Press Dally"
in Oregon that advocates
All the news ofUho great battle of'tMo-pcoplo for silver. Advo
cates tho Blmctalllo Union of all who aro opposed to the single
Do You Favor Unity and Harmony
as tholwatchwordof the peoplo of Oregon?
Subscribe for the Capital Journal I
Daily thirty days for asilver quarter.
Each issued complete history of tho day and aIgatllng-,rRun of
arguments for the peoplo'a cause.
READ! READ I READ!
Tho peoplo are charged with Ignoranco by the gold press. Th!
Is a false charge. Wheiever the cause of free coinage of gold and
Hllver 10 to 1 ls most discussed and best understood It ls mostpop
ular and strongest with the jjcople.
Sixty Days for 50 Cents
If you can't talk or wrlto forsllvon'rcad and'inarkl-artlcles and
send them to your neighbors and frlends-slxty hot shot, for G0c.
Cheapest political ammunition In tho country. Send u silver
nuartcror half dollar and try It. Tho pcoplo must bo- educated
and It ls your duty to help do this work for humanity,
WE DON'T WANT GOLD
alone, but wo want both gold und Bllvcr.QTIiero Is not gold enough In our
country to pay one-twentieth ofithe debts owing in this country. If you
want repudiation advocato tho Blnglo gold standard. It means contraction
f our currency, destruction of values, and repudiation. Investigate and you
will be convinced.
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