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rrar IN MIND Not one of
as good as the genuine,
Commencing Oct. 7, Closing Oct. 13,
Great M:KinleyvBryan Debate on Thursday, Friday, Saturday
mlRY DIY, i'lONEERS' DAY, LADIES' DAY, 11AHY DAY. FIU'IT
DAY, AND SPECIAL DAYS FOR ALL INTERESTS.
Elegant New Poultry Buildings
WORKING DAIRY EXHIBIT,
HORSE - RACES - DAILY
GREAT MUSIC FURNISHED BY PARSONS' BAND.
Concerts Every Night,
CHEAP ADMISSION 25c.
SEASON TICKETS FOR CAMPERS.
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aitid Wn expect joh to uollavj wl..ii tru say, for n enre la absolutoiy Kuarautoed by druwrlsta every
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D. J. FRY, Agent,
-EXCELSIORS - STAB'LE-
E C. HANSEN, MANAGEK.
nln;oI lior-. in
PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY.
OlTICE 0? THE SECRETARY OF
f, Oregon, V
ept. i, 1896.)
Sealed proposals will be received at this
office until noon, November 2, 1896, to furn
ish the followinc articles for the State of Ore
gon (or the use of tho 19th Biennial Session
of the Legislative Assembly:
35 reams legal cap, 14 lbs. No. 7 ruling
white laid, laid, Charter Oak or Scotch linen,
or other good paper.
30 reams first class Congress note, or other
pd paper, 7-pound.D No. 7 ruling, white
20 reams letter pater, 12 lb No. 7 ruling
hite laid, Carew, Charter Oak, or Scotch
linen, or other good paper.
2o reams of typewriter, letter size, Paragon
letter wove No. 3, or other good paper.
20 reams typewriter, legal size, Paragon,
letter wove No. 3, or other good paper.
6 reams typewriter, legal size, Paragon,
letter wove No. 1 y or other good paper.
6 boxes Little's Satin finish carbon, blue,
6 boxes Little's Satin finish carbon, blue,
10,000 No. 6 1.2 envelopes, 60 lbs. No. 1,
'2 Gross railroad steel pens, No. 49.
20 1 Gross Gillott's steel pens, No. 404.
4 Gross Gillott's steel pens, No. 303.
o Gross Falcon steel pens, No. 048.
6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'s Probate steel
pens No. 313.
6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'s Judge's Quill
Steel pens No. -j 1
6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'s Chancellors!
leeipen No 239.
6 Gross London Incandescent, M. Jacob's
Dozen Sanford's Cardinal red ink, pints.
S Gross pen holders, black enamel, large,
Jo Dozen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstands
4 Dozen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstands,
o Dozen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstandi
JJ 1 Dozen ivory folders, 9-inch standard.
4 Down ivory folders, 10-inch Congress.
4 Uozen mucilage cups, No. 8, Morgan's
Jo Dozen mucilage stands, reservoir, No, 6,
'or3 ?if ms Parker' treasury blotting paper,
,or other good paper, 140 lbs. assorted colors.
J,8 No. 2 Eagle recorder lead pencils,
5 Dozen Saaford's premium fluid, quarts.
2 1-2 DoZeB StafW,l' o.ri.in.T fl!,l nn9rt.
5 Dozen gumtned stub files, No. 21,1 1 x 15
-n, 500 jpagi
4 Dozen Dupl,
ex cupboard letter clips, legal
?2?n P1" cupboard letter clips,
kji uozen Fabeis rubber rulers, 14-inch
S Dozen steel erasers, Rogers' No. 18,149,
tb330MenttMl Rogers' No. 18,149,
tjwber's No. 300 rubber bands,
Eo, EiU eid pendU' N' 2' b"
Slltf Saber's lead pencils, No. 2, round,
taSjDweBFabe'' Patent ink and pencil
fltbuj 1 n-1' V301 paperaiteners.No. 2
pains In the back, tide, chesLorjjS
the'host of counterfeits and imita-
on fill Railroads
n' ! hie': nl ve t noii-mcc WocU
3,000 McGlll's patent paper fasteners.No. 2
ound heads, white.
3,oo(i McGill's patent paper fateners,No. 4,
15 Dozen table pads to hold paper, 19x20
inches, strong leather tips.
lSDor.en waste paper Mskets, cross-bar
No. 4. , T
3 Dozen waste paper baskets, small, No, n,
29 lbs, hemp twine No. 2.T
4 Dozen Sanford's mucilage, quarts.
Bids should be marked "Proposals for Sta
tionery." None but the best quality of goods
will be accepted.
The right to reject any or all bids is e
served. All the above articles to be deliv.
red at Salem on or before December 15,1896.
There being at the present time no money
available for paying for the above supplies,
hirts'will onlv be accented under the express
condition, agreement and understanding that
tho successful bidder will look to, and de
pend upon the next legislature appropriating
money to pay the claim.
Very resp ectfully, u r
9.5.2m Secretary of State.
COLT TAKEN .UP.
A three-year-old colt, bay color and white
star in forehead, was taken up by the undei-
.: 1 r....r .in hivf tarns bv nroVWE
allium, w.iv. . - s ,
property and paying costs. Call at place, 5
miles east 01 oaiem, 0.1 ""';X",Kl;
8 22 im J- K- PICKLNis
i BEMANS ALWAYS THE SAME.
f The finest, purest and most beaut- V
Afylnc toilet powder ever made, it 15
BOOtElnB. heillne. healthful and Fj
A harmlesa: and wbtn rightly used i A
M Im-Uiiblc. If you have never tried FJ
A IT IS SOLD ETEWnEltE. f
jnr U 1 x 1-11 rr-lMeon
WL ' '. i rural -I-
r,-irir unrthtor 10c.
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TH8 UNION CAMPAIGN.
bates and Appointments for Bryan Meet-
The Bryan Union campaign com
lulttec announces the following dates
iiu appointments for speakers in till
.iiSr5l!',,,Jll'"it,U,l's ,,,Ml '"ca1 cll!llr-
I lio . .... I,i".1" VU"""U1,IK)11C witu
1 7i iTTi.ff'La-....
7'":c, saiuway, October, at 2 p.m.
Head of Tide, Monday, Oct. 12, tit 2
Smlthrfcld. ThurVMi .
Loni; Tom, Friday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. 111.
HON. J. J. WHITNEY
bllverton. Monday, Oct. 5.
Stayton, Tuesday, Oct. 0.
T dewatrr, Friday, Oct. 2.
I'liilouiatli, Monday, Oct. 5.
ti ranger. Tuesday, Oct. 0.
Suver, Wednesday, Oct. 7.
Monmouth, Thursday, Oct. 8.
D.i as. VtiHiiv n..i n
Sheridan, Saturday," Oct. 10.
"uiiMon, -Monday, Uct. 12.
Lafavet.lp. 'Piii.cri-ii- rii.t n
Sherwood, Wediicsday, Oct.' II.
wsMfii, -Liiursiiny, uct. 15.
HON. vr. S. U'ltEX.
Newport, Monday, Oct. 3.
Yaquina, Tuesday, Oct.ii.
HON. I'KANCIS CLAllNO.
Union, Friday, Oct. 2.
Huntington, Monday, Oct. 5.
VI Hue Mine, Tuesday, Oct. C.
Baker City, Wednesday, Oct. 7.
Milton, Saturday, Oct. 10.
Hood River, Monday, Oct. 12.
HON. A. S. BENNETT.
Salem, Monday, Oct. 5.
Woodburn, Tuesday, Oct. 0.
Oregon City, Wednesday, Oct. 8.
Portland, Oct. 8, 9, 10.
Abtorin, Monday, Oct. 12.
Baker City, Thursday, Oct. 15.
Union, Friday, Oct. 10. &
LaGrande, Saturday, Oct. 17.
rcndlcton, Monday, Oct. 10.
Milton, Tuesday, Oct. 20.
Athena. Wednesday, Oct. 21.
The Dalles, Thursday, Oct. 22.
HON. N. L. BUTLER.
Weston, Monday, Oot. 5.
Ppnrili'tnn. fnoeHnv Cint. ft
v..u-ww.a, .a. UWWWUJ , WW,- V
LaGrande. Thursday, Oct. 8.
union, jeriaay, uci. v.
Baker City, Saturday, Oct. 10.
PTonnnnr 'Pnncliiw Ctnt 15
The Dalles, Wednesday, Oct. 14.
iiouu lviver, xnursaay, uc&. 10.
The Locks, Friday, Oct. 10.
McMinnvllle, Saturday, Oct. 17.
L. II. m'mahan.5
Halsey, Monday, October 5.
Brownsville, Tuesday, October fi.
llarrisburg, Wednesday, October 7.
Eugene, Thursday, October 8.
Springfield, Friday, October 0.
Cresswell, Saturday, October 10.
Cottage Grove, Monday, October 12.
Drain, Tuesday, Oct. 13.
Yoncalla, Wednesday, October 14.
Oakland, Thursday, October 15.
Wilbur, Friday, October 10.
Boseburg, Saturday, October 17.
Dlllards, -Monday, October 19.
Myrtle Cieek, Tuesday, October 20.
Canyonville, Wednesday, October 21.
Grants Pass, Thursday, October 22.
Gold Hill, Friday, October 23.
Table Rock, Saturday, October 24.
Medford, Monday, October 20.
Jacksonville, Tuesday, October 27.
Phoenix, Wednesday. October 28.
Ashland, Thursday, October 29.
HON. BEN. HAYDEN.
Philomath, Monday, Oct. 5.
Corvallis, Friday, Oct. 0.
Harnsburg, Wednesday, Oct. 7.
Junction, Thursday, Oct. 8.
HON. II. C. BAKER and J. D. MATLOCK.
Florence, Saturday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. in.
ITead of Tide, Oct. 12, at 2 p. m.
Cheshire. Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 2 p. ni.
Elmira. Wed. Oct. 14, at 2 p. m.
Smlthfleld, Thu. Oct. 15, at 2 p. in.
Long Tom, a riaay, uct. io, ui - p- ui.
BARKLEY AND PENNOYER.
Another Bryan Supplement With Two
Not all could bear Pennoyer and
Barkleyat the great Bryan ratlnca
tion at Salem. So The Journal has
printed lu supplement form the great
speeches made on that occasion oy
those two gentlemen. Theyiwlll be
supplied from this olllco at 81 per
inn nr 7 nor i.nno nnstmld. "We have
AVW U V X'w" -,"-- X"-
still supplements with Bryan's speech
of acceptance at New York and
Mitchell on the Impossibility of In-
State of Ohio, City of Toledo. I
Lucas County J
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney
o. rA .,:.. Vii,cina in th ritv of Toledo.
countv and state aforesaid, and that said firm
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL-
LAKS lor eacn anu cvci j.-"". " J-"""""
that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Sworn to before me and subsenbed in my
presence, this 6th day of December, A D.
j"staT Notary Public,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
. .... j :....i ., .!,- lil.wl and mucous
ana acis uueviijr u.. .- ----- - . . ,
surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
resold by Druggists, 7Sc.
Marion County Grapes.
John G. Wright, the Salem pioneer
grocer, is receiving dally shipments of
the celebrated IlutUsvllle grapes,
They arc the home-grown Prod"?t,
the finest In the world. 0 30 tf
Take No Substitute-
I Gail Borden
I His tlvcm stood yiEST la th ettlma.
lloo of'th Amtneta l'o?U. Jo other U
J "Justucood. SCSI uiaai f oo-
'There are fads In
mcdlclno as well as in OITlG
other thlngn,"Mid a busy
druggist, " but the most
remarkable thing about Hood's Barsa
parilla is tba customers who try other
remedies all come back to Hood's, and
this is why tho onormout sales of this
great medicine tJMM keep up and
continuo tho I rf"Tkwholo year
round, steady I aa a clock.
"Why Is It?" "O, simply because
Hood's Sarsaparllla has more real cura
tive merit than any mediclno I oversold."
This Is ot dally occurrence in almost
every drug store. Hood's Sarsaparllla
has cured more sickness, and made more
happiness through restoration to health
than any other medicine.
Is tho standard the One True Wood I'urMcr.'
u it r-n are tlio only pills to tak
tj OOU S PlllS wUlill..vNSiirs.u.arllla-
A MODEL .PLATFORM.
Adopted by the Democrats In National
The following U the full and com
plete platform as adopted by the
National Democratic conventien:
We, the Democrats of tho United
Slates in national convention usxuuib
led, do rcallirin our allegiance to those
great essential principle of Justice
and liberty upon which our institu
tions are founded, and which tho
Democratic party has advocated from
Jellerson's time to our own freedom
of speech, freedom of the press, free
dom of conscience, the preservation of
personal rights, the equality of all
citizens before the law, and the faith
ful observance of constitutional limi
tations. During all these years the Demo
cratic party has resisted the tendency
of seltibh interests to the centraliz
ation of governmental power, and
steadfastly nialntalued the Integrity
of tho dual scheme of government
established by tho founders of this
republic of republics. Under Its
guidance and teachings tho great
principle of local self-government has
fouDd its best expression in tho main
tenance of tho rights of tho states
and in Its assertion of tho necessity
of confining the general government
to the exercise of powers granted by
the constitution of tho United States.
Tho constitution of the United
States guarantees to every citi.en the
rights of civil and religious liberty.
The democratic party lias always been
the exponent or political liberty and
religious freedom nnd it renews its
obligations and realirms Its devotion
to these fundamental principles of
Recognizing that tho money ques
tion is paramount to all others at this
time, we Invite attention to the fact
that the constitution names silver
and gold together as the money ineta's
of the United States, nnd that the
tirst coinage law passed by congress
under the constitution made tho sil
ver dollar tho money unit, and ad
mitted gold to free coinage at u ratio
based upon the silver dollar unit.
We declare that the act of 1873 de
monetizing silver without tho 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 nil 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 Unanclal servitude to London.
It is not only un-American, but antl
Amcrlcan, and It can bo fastened on
the United States only by the stilling
of that spirit and love of liberty
which proclaimed our political inde
pendence in 1770 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 bo a full
legal tender, equally with gold, for nil
debts, public and private, and we
favor such legislation as will prevent
fnr t.im fntnrn tlii rfomnnfitlsBitlnn of
anv kind of legal tender money by
W nrn nnnicflfl tl t.llP. nollfiV iind
practice of surrendering to the hold
ers of 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 oi in-
tnroat-honAnir limlfls of til ft United
States in time of peace, and condemn
the tranlcking with banking syndi
cates which, In exchange for bonds
ana at an enormous pruuK iu uw
riivoi cunr.lv Hip fprtprnl tre.iHiirv
with gold to maintain the policy of
ISSUE OF MONEY.
Congress alone lias the power to
coin and Issue money, and Prerldent
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 Js made a legal tender for
public and private debts or which Is
ii.. ..vii. tnr liitlpa ti Mir TTnltp.fi
fitates shall bo bo issued by tho gov
ernment OI Hie uuiucu nwra uuu
shall be redeemable In coin.
Wo hold that tariff duties should be
levied for purpose of revenue, such du
ties to be so adjusted as to operate
equally throughout tho country and
not discriminate between ciaS3 or'uoc
Hon, find tlmt Uixntibtt should be
lliiiltft by the needs of the govern
ment honestly and miunmlcullv ad
ministrated. We denounce as. disturbing to busi
ness the Republican threat, m restore
the MeKiulcy law, which has twice
been condemned by the people In na
tional elections, and which, enacted
under the faNe plea of protection to
home Industry, proved u prolltlc
breeder of trusts and monopolies, en
riched the few by the cxH'iise or tho
tunny, restricted trade, nnd denrhed
the producers of the great American
staples of access to their natural mar
Until the money question Is settled
we arc opposed to any agitation tor
rurtlierelianges In our tarilT laws, ex
cept such as are necessary to meet the
tieiicit in rceniie caused oy the ad
verse decision or the supieiiK1 court on
I lie income tax. But for this decision
by the supreme unit t there would be
no deficit in the reu'iiue under the law
pas3cd by a Democratic congress In
strict pursuance of the uniform deci
sions of that coutt for 100 years, that
court having in that decision sus
tained constlliilional objections to its
enactment which had preciously been
overruled by the ablest Judges who
havoexpr sat on the bench. Wo de
clare that It is tne duty of congress to
use an me constitutional power which
remains after that decision, or which
may come from its reversal by the
court as It may hereafter be consti
tuted, so that the burdens of taxation
may be equally and Impartially laid,
to the end (hat wealth may bear Its
due proportion or the cxnense or the
We hold that the most elllcient way
or protecting American labor Is to
prevent the importation or forelk'n
pauper labor to compete with It In tho
home market, and that the value of
the home maiketto our American
fanners and artisans is greatly reduced
by a vicious monetary system which
depresses the prices of their products
below the cost of production, and thus
deprives them of the means of pur
chasing the products of our home
manufactories, and, as labor creates
the wealth of tho country, wo demand
the passage of such laws as may be
necessary to protect Itln all its rights.
We arc In favor of the arbitration
of differences between employers en
gaged in Intcrstaro commerce and
their employes, and recommend such
legislation as is necessary to carry out
Tho absorption of wealth by tho
few, tho consolidation of our leading
railroad systems, and tho formation
of trust and pools rcqulro a stlctor
control by tho federal government of
those arteries of commerce. We de
mand the enlargement of tho powois
of tho Interstate commerco commiss
ion and such and such restrictions and
and guarantees in In tho control of
railroads as will protect tho people
from robbery and oppression,
Wo denounce the profligate waste
of the money wrung from the people
by oppressive taxation and tho lavish
appropriations of recent Republican
congresses, which have kept taxes
high while tho labor that pays thorn
is unemployed, and the products of
the people's toll aro doprcsscd In price
till they no longer repay tho cost of
We demand n return to that si m
plicltyand economy which benefits a
.Democratic government and a reduc
tion in the number of useless offices,
the salaries of which drain tho sub
stance of tho people.
We denounce arbitrary Interferences
by federal authorities In local affairs
as a violation of tho constitution of
tho United States and a crime against
free Institutions, and wo especially
object to government by injunction as
a new and highly dangerous form of
oppression, by which federal Judges
in contempt of tho laws of the states
and rl glits of citizens, becomo at once
legislators, Judges, and executioners,
and wo approve tho bill passed at tho
last session of tho United Statc3 sen
ate, and now pending in the housoof
representatives, relative to contempts
In federal courts nnd 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-
life Is lost by
neglect of one of
rigid laws. Na
ture insists on
ple who allow the
In their digestive
organs soon have
to pay the pen
alty. Free and
ment of the bow
els is the surest
sign of good
The first ques
tion the doctor
asks is: " Are your bowels regular?" If
not, he gives something to make them
so and quite often that is ail lie needs
Assist Nature occasionally in removing
offending matter from the stomach and
bowels and you need never be very sick.
Remember that assistance don't mean
violence. What is needed is a gentle but
efficient helper that will work so easily
and so naturally that there will be no
shock to the system.
Of all the remedies that have been pre-
Eared, Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets best
11 all the requirements. They are made
of refined, concentrated vegetable ex
tracts. One Is a laxative two a mild
cathartic. Tliey cur constipation, bil
iousness, dyspepsia, dletress after eating,
sour stomach, ' heart-burn," dizziness,
foul breath and all disorders due to im
perfect digestion. Bach little vial holds
from forty-two to forty-four Pellets, and
sells at the same price as the more com
mon and cheaper made pills. A free
sample package (4 to 7 doses) will bo
sent on request. Once used, they aro
always iu favor. World's DispknsarV
MJtoiCAZ. Association, fioyMalM1 SUMt,"
jjteftalo, N. Y,
ting the Stomachs and Dowels cf
Not Narc otic.
I linn feed -Cfanud
A perfect Itcmcdv for Constipa
tion, Sour StornAch.Diarihoca,
ttcss and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
ors. We approve of tho refusal of tho
Pacific railroad funding bill, unddo-,
nounco tho efforts of tho present Bo-
puoiican congress 10 enact a similar
Becognlzing tho lust claims of de
serving union soldiers we heartily en
dorse tho rulo of the present commis
sioner 01 pensions tnat no names snail
bo arbitrarily dropped from tho pen
sloti roll; and tho fact or enlistment
and service should bo deemed con
clusive evidence against disease mid
disability bcroro enlistment.
Wo favor the admission of the ter
ritories of Now Mexico, Arizona und
Oklahoma Into tho united States,
und wo favor tho early admission of
all the territories haying tho neces
sary population and resources to en
titles them to statehood, and while
they remain territories, wo hold that
tho otllclals appointed' to administer
1110 government or any territory to
gether with tho District of Columbia
and Alaska, should bo bona lido resi
dents of tho territory or district in
which the duties are to bo performed.
Tho Democratic party believes In
home rulo nnd that nil public lands
of tho United States should bo appro
priated to tho establishment of frco
ionics for American citizens. Wo
recommend that tho territory of
Alaska be granted n delegato In con
gress, and that tho general land nnd
timber laws of tho United States bo
extended to said territory.
Tho Monroe cioctrlno Is originally
dcclurcd.and as Interpreted by succcd
lug presidents, Is u permanent part of
tho foreign policy of tho United
States, and must at all times bo main
Wo extend our sympathy to tho
people of Cuba In tholr heroic strug
gle for liberty and Independence.
Wo aro opposed to llfo tenure In tho
public service. Wo favor appoint
ments based unon merit, fixed term of
olllcc, and such an administration of
tho civil servlco laws as will afford
equal opportunities to all citizens of
ascertained iltness. Wo dcclaro It to
tas. tl... umimtt ,nti l.i... t9 tl.tu ........ Ill l.
established by custom and usago of
one nunurcu years aim sanctioned uy
tho examples of the greatest and
wisest or tnoso wno rounded und navo
maintained our government, thut no
man should bo eligible for a third
term in the presidential otiicc.
The redernl government should care
for and Improve tho Mississippi river
and other great waterways of tho re
public, so us to secure for the Interior
states easy and cheap transportation
to tidewater, When any waterway of
the rcnubllc Is or sullfclent import-
unco to demand aid or the govern
ment such ad should bo extended up
on a definite plan of contiguous work
until permanent improvement is
Confiding In tho Justice of our cause
find tho necessity of Its success at tho
noils, wo submit tho rorenolng declar
ations of principles nnd purposes to
the considerable judgment or 1110
American people. Wo invito the sup
port or an citizens who approve mem
and who desire to have them inado
effective through legislation for tho
relief of the people and tho restoration
of tho country's prosperity.
Fouroutf f lite v
ouffor nerv' "
tsoutnlvri", 0 1
paying tl 'i Jmh-s.: .
tlaw, rolilni yoii
ibaiil.oul. reuuln 101
Ur. lu-.n'l rlcou.! HTjl fur lm.ili Vllt''.
explanation and proof. llilledtwixMlfrw.
ERIE MEMUL 001, ftuffal,HrY.
1. a ii'i im, iin 11 imi 1 iiiMim... nViii .1" .1 i.r;rTi,
exact coproF WRAPPcn.
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fi'rliwat'Ji.'WHgin miu mqnilB
IS ON THE
Onitorla is pat up ia cbo-iIis pottles onlv. It
is not sold la bnli. Don't allow anvont to toll
yoa anything else on tho pies or promlis thst it
it jest at good" ana will nmwer every pur-
poie." 3 Beo that yon get O-A-S-T-O-B-I-A.
limit 7 p 1 ,f- Uea
GLANCE AT THIS iV1Ap-
Of the Cli'cago, 'Milwaukee "and krft. Paul
Hallway and note its connection with all
transcontinental lines itt St. Paul and Omaha,
and rotnembor when going east that its Iru'ni
ate lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Itt equipment it superb. Elegant
liuffet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping
car leilhlias an electric reading lamp, and
its dining cars aro 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
reawns for the popularity of "Tha Milwau
kee." Coupon ticket agents in every rail
rod office will give yon further Information,
C.J.EDDY. General Agent,
J. W. CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agent.
when you consult
him about your east
ern trip, to toll you
about our servlco to
tho east and south.
Ask him to tell
you how much shor
torwln tlmo as well
as miles our lino is
to Omaha, Kansas
City and St. Louis.
our servlco between
St. Paul und Chicago.
Get one of our
folders from lilui
und stupy the matter
yourself. Do this
und your ticket will
Htirsly read, as it
surely should, via
for purltjr, and for improvement of tho com
plexion nothing equals Poxzoni's Pownaa.
arr MLUOU 1'OISOM MnsueiW!
cured In 11 to Si days. You ca be Ueatod ait
boms for same prloe under una gun ra
tv. If r on tnf r to fiuma hare we wlllcos
irsfttocaT railroad fireand hotel bllli.iut
no Ob im If wo fell to cure. If joubiro taken wer
car, fotltdo itotask, and (till tiavo acfeee u4
riim.mucouei uisiicammauin, nur i,rs,
i'ltnples. Copper Colored Hpots, Ulaa oa
say pert of tbeVodr. Hair or Kyobrow WHer
out, It le Mils ScxmiUry HLUOO roltol
wo ruarantee) to enre. We solicit Uo rnoet sheet
Dale cases and cuallanaa the world for at
ca,o we cannot cure. Tbis ouease nu aiesrs
bailed the VII I ot the wort crateest pliyM
clans. 5O0,we capital beblod our uncgntfU
uonai sraaramy AntuiuievfuoMwniivucai
Tho Rosy Frcehnes
Ana a velvety sonno 01 ine iki
In U fovax I
riauiy oi,ia,ne4 vt tuuwi wuu uw
" ' " eapeMaaeaBHei
mm. Mi wfliihft
k St. Paul By.,
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