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A:tTO THE OREGON Crc
Commencing Oct. 7,
Great McKinlcyvBryan Debate
i'lUNEERS1 DAY, LADIES' DAY, BABY DAY, FRUIT
AND SPECIAL J)AV5j FOIl ALL INTERESTS.
Elegant New Podltry Building
WORKING DAIRY EXHIBIT,
fiRFAF MUSIC FURNISHED BY PARSONS'
Concerts Every Night.
25c- CHEAP ADMISSION 25(.
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EXCELSIORS - STABLE-
E. C HANSEN, MANAGEK.
In1rst1it.i.. .n-1 MtUfi lii (juaranteed.
PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY.
pma op the Secretary of 6tate,
ept. 1, 1896.)
Sealed DroDOsals will be received ut this
fcffice nnul noon, November 2, 1896, to furn-
u me following arttcies lor tne Mate 01 ure
Bn for the use of lha lotTTTtiennial Session
W the Legislative Assembly:
I reams legal cap, 14 lbs. Wo. 7 ruling
me laid. laid. Charter Oak or Scotch linen.
brother good paper.
I 3 reams first class Congress note, or other
kood paper, 7-pound,p No. 7 ruling, white
f 29 reams letter mifr 19 II, TJn T rnlinrr
pMte laid, Carew, Chatter Oak, or Scotch
w, or omer gooa paper.
Joreamsof tVDewnter. letter sire. Paraxon
Wter wove No. ., or other cood paper.
'JO reams tvnivn, i.i :.. p,nnn
getter wove No. 3, or other good paper.
-.. lyijcwnier, jegai size, rarafion,
KtterwoveNn. il rn,1,..nni n.n..
.6bos Little's Satin nnisli carbon, 'blue,
M 8 X loV.
I 6 boxes Little's Satin
finish carbon, blue,
j'No. 6 1.2 envelopes, 60 lbs. No. I,
12 GrOSS railrnnrl ttl r..nc Mn n
5 Gross Oillntt'c 0..1V.. I -nsL vL
4 Gross Gillotfs steel pins, No. 303. '
8 Gross Esterbrook Jr' pens.
-.- icon sieei pens, iso. 04s.
Oross Esterbrook & Co.'s Probate steel
Crass Esterbrook & Co.'s Judge's Quill
r-'peas no. 312.
yr0SS Eiterbrnolf Sr fV, rh,r,rnn
'pen No. 239.
Gross London lr.n,ii xr i,mi'.
0.4. - " " y-r
JDojenSanford's Cardinal ltd ink, pints.
5 vross pen holder. mu .n,,-i f,r,
't,enpecV, Stow & Wilcox's inkstands'
4 IJozen Peek. StnivXr u.-i - :-t.,..n.
o. i. 1 -. '""i
f '" Dozen Pect in. r, tn . i..i. j.
o. :o. ' "" " " "" "'"
.ffiS 'oWers, 9-lnch standard.
yozen irorv fnM... . :.u
4 Dozen b.bJii. " wi" rB.-..
4;tnt -fcc vujjj, o, o, morgan s
KueD mud,aBe'stands, reservoir, No. 6,
Kttfcr,, treM1Jfy bIottin? PJ1'
UGms.v Jrlt H0 'O. assonea colors.
FJle 660 "Eie recorder lead pencils,
iil1!511!0'8 Premium fluid, quarts.
..' Dozen Staffing'. ,.:n..M
an eummeirir,K r.i.. m- ... .. --.
. tew . " " -!- '3
- -r- vuuwmju icucr ciips. ICtll
5 lW;-Utle? "Ptoard letter clip.
1J jaa FaWs rubber rulers, 14-ineh
sen steel erasers, Rogers' No. 18,149,
fieri,Kbgen. iJ0. ig,,
fcdX,,tr' No- 300 rubber bands,
1 11 r
tUti "W Fabert lead pencils, No. 2. round,
$Slabei'1 Plent t d P0"1
paper futeners.No. 2
painS In the back. side, cheat! hr
of the host of counterfeits anri imit,.
Closing Oct, 13 J
on Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
cmo Isfthsolntolrguaranwod by drufclsts every
I sc.ol.i I'onrl.lfo Away," written ruaraatcsaaS
StiWo back of Sti'e Insurnrce block
3,000 McGill's patent paper fasteners,No. 2
ound heads, white.
3,0011 McGill's patent paper fasteners,No74,
15 Dozen table pails to hold paper, 19x20
inches, strong leather tips.
15 Dozen waste paper baskets, cross-bar
3 Dozen waste paper baskets, small, No.n,
29 lbs, hemp twine No. 2.,
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 ie.
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,
blds'will only be accepted under the express
condition, agreement and understanding that
ttiA successful bidder will look to. and de-
pend upon the next legislature appropriating
money to pay the claim.
Very resp ectfully, T
' II R, KINCAID,
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 undej
signed. Owner can have same by proving
property and paying costs. Call at place, 5
miles east of Salem, on Macleay road.
8 22 im J- R- PICKENS
? XtEMAWS ALWAYS THE SAME, tfc
V The finest, purest and most beautl- V
A fylnp toilet powder ever made. It Is A
BootElnff, healing, healthful and f
A harmleaa: and when rightly used 1 A
fH Invisible. If you have never tried
$ POZZONI'S S
a H KAt lrinv wlist an TDEAX wm
f? i'OMiViaUUOS I'OWJBEK la.
A IT IS SOLD BYEUYWUEJIE. A
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Ilryan Union (Mmnii.fii ,.,,i.
llllttcu ,IIIM(lllliuc3 tlio ItlliilO llU' d.lll".
i;u siiipmiitiuciiu, for inkers a luj
,?,.'Un.ti c10!,l!uUtecS "J I'huI clMlr.
iiinci.wMa U,ali,e nciiientsror
ese iucetiuK8 and communlcute with
f,f ;inht , r. ruico"'"ttee. composed
L W'fB. M. A. killer and
l-r.niK v. Drake, ro'jmi 4o.v nunrii
UJiiiHlK-rof UuiiuntMM, Portland.
Hon. ('. II. baker, of Wutervllto.
a iinn. .1. j) Mutlock, win address
times and plaeesdcslgnated:
Mineiiee. Saturday, October, at 2 p.m.
Head of Tide, Monday, Oct. 12, at 2
Chcslilrc.TueMayt Oct. Ill, at 2 p. in.
b nilthl leld, Thursday.Oct. 15,at 2 p.m.
Lonir Tom, Friday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. m.
HON. J. J. WHITNEY
bilverton. Monday, Oct. 5.
Staylon, TucMlay, Oct. (!.
HON. J. D. STEVENS.
I dewator, Friday, Oct. 2.
Alsca, Saturday, Oct. ;:.
Philomath, Mummy, Oct. 5.
vj ranger, Tuesday, Oct. li.
Stiver, Wednesday, Oct. 7.
Monmouth, 't'huiMlay, Oct. 8.
Sheridan, Saturday, Oct. 10.
Ballston, Monday, Oct. 12.
Lafayette, TueMlay, Oct. 13.
Sherwood. Wednesday, Oct. II.
Oswego, Thursday, Oct. 15.
HON. w. s. U'REX.
ewport, Muudav, Oct. ft.
Yiiquliiii, Tucwluy, Oct. li.
HON. FKANCIS CLAItNO.
union, Friday, Oct.
HuiitliiKtuii, .Monday, Oct. 5.
Virtue Minn. Tuesday, Oct. li.
Baker Citv. Wednesdnv. Oit.. 7.
Milton, Saturday. Oct. 10.
Hood Uiver, Monday, Oct. 12.
HON. A. S. IIKNN17JT.
Salem, Moudav, Oct. 5.
Woodbuin, Tuesday, Oct. U.
Oregon City, Wednesday, Oct. 8. '
Portland, Oct. 8, !), 10.
Astoria, Monday, Oct. 12.
Baker City, Thursday, Oct. 15.
Union, Friday, Oct. 10. &
LaUrande, Satuiday, Oct. 17.
Pendleton, Monday, Oct. 10.
Milton, Tuesday, Oct. 20. r
Athena, Wednesday, Oct. 21.
The Dalles. Thursday, Oct. 22.
HON. N. L. HUTLE1J.
Weston, Monday, (Jet. 5.
Pendleton, Tuesday, Oct. 0.
LaGrande, Thursday, Oct. tf.
Union, Friday, Oct. 0.
Baker City, Saturday, Oct. 10.
Heppner, Tuesday, Oct.' 13.
rue wanes, Wednesday, Oct. 14.
Hood River, Thursday, Oct. 15.
The Locks, Friday, Oct. 1(1.
McMinnvlIle, Saturday, Oct. 17-
L. II. M'MAlIAN.Ji
Ilalsey, Monday, October 5.
Brownsville, Tuesday, October tf
Harrlsburg, Wednesday, October?.
Eugene, Thursday, October 8.
Springlield, Friday, October 9.
Oresswell, Saturday, October 10.
Cottage Grove, Monday, October 12.
Drain, Tuesday, Oct. 13.
Yoncalla, Wednesday, October 14.
Oakland, Thursday, October 15.
Wilbur, Friday, October 10.
Roseburg, Saturday, October 17.
Dlllards, Monday, October 10.
Myrtle Creek, Tuesday, October 20.
Canyonvllle, .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. HEN. HAYDKN.
Philomath, Monday, Oct. 5.,
Corvallis, Friday, Oct. 0.
Ilarnsburg, Wednesday, Oct. 7.
Junction, Thursday, Oct. 8.
HON. II. C. IIAKER and J. D. MATLOCK.
Florence, Saturday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. in.
Head of Tide, Oct. 12, at 2 p. ni.
Cheshire. Tuesday. Oct. 13, at 2 p. m.
Elmira, Wed. Oct. 14, at 2 p. m.
Smlthfleld, Thu. Oct. 15, at 2 p. m.
Long Tom, Friday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. m.
BARKLEY AND PENNOYER.
Another Bryan Supplement With Two
Not all could hear Pennoyer and
Barkleyat the great Bryan ratifica
tion at Salem. So The Jouiwal has
printed in supplement form the great
speeches made on that occasion by
those two gentlemen. They will bo
supplied from this office at $1 per
100 or $7 per 1,000 postpaid. We have
sttll supplements with Bryan's speech
of acceptance at New York and
Mitchell on the Impossibility of In
State or Ohio, City ok Toledo, I
Lucas County J M
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that hej Is
,V.e senior narlner of the firm of F. I. Cheney
& Co., doing business in the city of Toledo,
county ana iaic aiciu, mm uw u ......
will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL.
LARS lor eacn ana every c ui ""'
that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Catarrh Curb. .....
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my
presence, this 6tb day of December, A D.
,896- sir r...c
Seal? I- Notary Public,
Hall's CalanhCure is taken internally
a acie HlrM-tlv on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials
Uee' F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
rrSold by Druggists, 7?c.
Marion County Orapes.
John G. Wright, the Salem pioneer
grocer, is receiving daily shlpmentaof
the celebrated Butteville grapes,
They are the home-crown product,
tho flnpsfc In the world. 0 30 tf
Made and Merit Maintains thoconfjdeuco
of the people In Hood's Earsaparllla. If a
medicine cures you when sick j If It makes
wonderful cures everywhere, then beyond
all question that mcdlclnepossesses merit.
That is Jast tho truth about Hood's 8ar
eaparllla. Wo ltnow it possesses morH
because it cures, not onco or twlco or it
hundred times, but In thousands and
thousands of cases. Wo know it cures.
f.ii0.1 'i1 Prma?cntly, when nil othera
fall to do any good whatever. Wo repeat
Is tho best In fact tho One True 31ood Purifier.
Hood's Pills ZSSWSSpZ
A MODEL PLATFORM.
Adopted by the Democrats In National
The following lUhe full and com
plete platform as adopted by the
National Democratic convention:
We, the Democrats of the United
States in national convention assemb
led, do reauirui our allegiance to those
great, essential principles of justice
and liberty upon which our Institu
tions are founded, and which tiic
Democratic party has advocated from
lelTerson's time to our own freedom
of speech, freedom of the pres-s, free
dom of conscience, the presenation of
personal riL'ht. the emialltv of .-ill
citizens before the law', and the faith-
nil ooservancc or constitutional limi
During all these years the Demo
cratic party has resisted the tendency
of seltlsh Interests to tho centraliz
ation of governmental power, and
steadfastly maintained tho Integrity
of the dual scheme of government
established by the founders of this
republic of republics. Under Its
guidance and teachings tho great
principle of local self-government has
found Its best expression in tho main
tenance of the rights of the states
and In Its assertion of tho necessity
of confining the general government
to tho exercise of powers granted by
the constitution of the United States.
Tho constitution of the United
States guarantees to every citizen the
rights of civil and religious liberty.
Tho doniocratic party has always been
the 6xponent of political liberty and
religious freedom and It renews Its
obligations and realirms Its devotion
to these fundamental principles of
Recognizing that the money ques
tion is paramount to all others at this
time, we Invite attention to the fact
that the constitution names sliver
and gold together as the money metn's
of 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 nt a ratio
based upon the silver dollar unit.
We declare that the act of 1873 de
monetizing sliver without the knowl
edge or approval of tho American peo
ple has resulted in the appreciation
of gold, and a corresponding fall in
the price of commodities produced by
the people: a heavy Increase in the
burden of taxation and of all debts,
public and private; the enrichment of
the money lending class at homo and
abroad, the prostration of indnstry,
and impoverishment of tho people.
Wo arc unalterably opposed to mon
ometallism, which has locked fast the
nrnsncrltv of an industrial neonlc In
paralysis of hard times, Gold mono
metallism Is a British policy, and Its
adoption has brought other nations
Into iinanclal servitude to London.
It Is not only un-American, but antl-
Amerlcan, and It can bo fastened on
the United States only by the stifling
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 tho
present legal ratio of 10 to 1, without
waiting for the aid or consent of any
other nation. We demand that tho
staudard silver dollar shall be a full
legal tender, equally with gold, for all
debts, public and private, and wo
favor such legislation as will prevent
for the future the demonetization of
any kind of legal tender money by
Wn are onnosed to the nollcy and
practice of surrendering to tho hold
ers of the obligations, of the United
States, the option reserved by law to
the government of redeeming such ob
ligations In cither silver coin or gold
We are opposed to the Issuing of interest-bearing
bonds of the United
States in time of peace, and condemn
the trafficking with banking syndi
cates which, in exchange for bonds
and at an enormous profit to them
selves, supply the federal treasury
with gold to maintain the policy of
ISSUE OP MONEY.
Congress alone has the power to
coin and Issuo money, and Prerldent
Jackson declared tliat this power
could not bo 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 tho United
Gtates shall be be issued by the gov
ernment of tho United States and
shall bo redeemable in coin,
-fJ TARIFF. . ,,
WeJJrdld that tariff duties should be
levied for purpose of revenue, such du
ties to be so adjusted as to operate
equally throughout the country aud
not discriminate between Iclass or sec
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tion, a I'-H that nixiUitln .should.be
Hunted by llic neetW Mr the goxflrn
mint hum fitly and ivOiiinnlcallv ad
iiiiiiisiraled. We denounce as disturbing to busi
ness the Republican tlire.it m restore
the MeKliiliy law, which lias tlu
been condemned by the people In ua
tlonal elections, and which, unacted
under the false plea of protection to
home Industry, proved a prolific
breeder of trusts aud monopolies, en
riched tho few by the expense of the
many, restricted trade, and deprived
tho producers of the great Aiuerlcau
staples of access to their natural mar
kets. INCOME TAX.
Until the money question U settled
we are opposed to any agitation for
further changes in our tarllt laws, ex
cept such as mo necessary to meet the
deficit in roenuo causal by Hie ml
Mise decision nf theMipieiin'coiirt on
the income lux. Hut fir llilsderi-doti
by tho Mipienie court there would be
mi deficit In Hie revenue under the law
pasred by a Democratic eongiess In
strict pursuance of the uniform deci
sions of i hat court for 100 years, that
coin t, having in that decision sus
tained constitutional objections to Its
tuclimnt which had piei-io-isly been
otoi ruled by the abk-t Judges who
linoewf- cit on the bench. Wcde
chile that It is the duty or congress to
iko all tho constitutional po.Mr which
leiiiaius after Hint decision, or which
may come mini its icvusil by the
court as It may heicafter be crnstl
tttud, io that the burdens of (u.Vi.tiou
may be equally and Impartially laid,
to the end that wealth may bear Its
duo proportion of tiic oxnunse of the
We hold that the most efficient way
of protecting American labor Is to
prevent the importation of foreign
pauper labor to compete with It In tne
home market, and that tho value of
thu home market to our American
farmers and artisans Is greatly reduced
by a vicious monetary system which
depresses the prices of their products
below the cost or production, and thus
deprives them of the means of pur-
cuasing the products of our home
manufactories, and, as labor creates
the wealth of tliecountry, we demand
tho passage of such laws as may be
necessary tn protect It In all its rights.
We are lu favor of the arbitration
ofdllTereuces between employers en
gaged in Interstaru commerco mid
their employes, and recommend such
legislation us Is necessary to carry out
Tho absorption of wealth by tho
few, the consolidation of our leadlhg
railroad systems, and tho formation
of trust and pools rcqulro a stlcter
control by the federal government of
those arteries of commerce. We de
mand tho enlargement of tho powers
of the interstato commerco commiss
ion and such aud such restrictions and
and guarantees In In the control of
rnllroads as will protect tho people
from robbery and oppression,
C'Wc denounce tho prolllgato waste
of the money wrung from tho peoplo
by oppressive taxation and the lavish
appropriations of recent Republican
congresse0, which have kept taxes
high while the labor that pays thorn
Is unemployed, and tho products of
tho peoplo's toll nro depressed in price
till they no lonucr repay the cost of
Wo demand a return to that sim
plicity and economy which benefits a
Democratic government and a reduc
tion In the number of useless offices,
tho salaries of which drain tho sub
stance of the people.
Wodenounco arbitrary Interferences
by federal authorities in local affairs
as a violation of the constitution of
the United States and a crime against
free Institutions, and we especially
object to government by Injunction as
a new and highly dangerous rorm or
oppression, by which federal Judges
in contempt of the laws of the states
aud rights of citizens, become nt onco
legislators, Judges, and executioners,
nnd we approve the bill passed at the
last session of the United States sen
ate, and now pending In tho house of
representatives, relative to contempts
in federal courts und providing for
trials by Jury In certain cases of con
No discrimination should bo In
dulged by tho government of the Uni
ted States in favor of any of Its debt-
Features don't mat
tor so much. Most
any features will do
if the complexion Is
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and the lips rosy. Hearty, healthy whole-
sotneness is better man mere beauty or
features. A face full of Uia glow of good
health full of the kindliness and good
humor that health brings, is bound to
be an attractive face a face that will
make friends. The face tells the story
of the whole body. " Murder w HI out "
and so will "female weakness" and
nervousness and other disorders peculiar
If there is a drain oa the system nnd
strength, the record of it will show in
the lace. If there is nerve nagging
"bearing -down" pains, dragging ana
pulling at the most sttive organs in a
woman's body, the face will show it,
Abused nerves draw line of care and
worry on the face. Nervous -prostration
writes lU warning on be hca long before
it comes. Sleeplessne, nervousness asd
debilitating drains make snore wrinkles
Nine-tenths of the sickness of women
comes from some derangement of organs
distinctly feminine. Nine-tenths of this
sickness can be cured ad avoided by the
use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
There is nothing miraculous about the
" Favorite Prescription "nothing super
natural. It is the result of ratiotud thought
and study applied to medidse.
It has been prescribed by Df. Fltrce
for over jo years. It has mad tljusd4
of women healthy nd hapfcr, smdjhas
brought joy to tboutajAe tfiutett.
In "female weakness" it acts directly
and strongly in healing and strengthen
ing the parts that are most severely tried.
It dears out impurities d promote:
regularity at all time.
P1" oWme Beauty
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ncss end Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
EXACT COPY OP WRAPPEB.
ors. Wo approve of the refusal of tho
Paclllo railroad funding bill, und de
nounce tho-elforts of the present Re
publican congress to enact u similar
Recognizing tho just claims or de
serving union soldiers we heartily cn
dorso the rule of tho present commis
sioner of pensions that no names shall
be arbitrarily dropped from the pen
slou roll; and tho fact of enlistment
und service should bo deemed con
clusive ovldeuco against dlscaso und
disability before enlistment.
Wo favor the admission of the ter
ritories of Now Moxlco, Arizona nnd
Oklahoma into tho United States,
and we favor tho enrly admission of
all tho territories haying tho neces
sary population and resources to on
tltlo them to statehood, and while
they remain territories, we hold thut
the officials appointed to admlnlstor
the government of any territory to
gether with tho District or Columbia
and Alaska, should bo burnt lido resi
dents of tho territory or district In
which tho duties nro to bo performed.
Tho Democratic party believes In
homo rule nnd that all nubile lands
of tho United States should bo appro
priated to tne csiuojisnment or rrco
homes for Amerlcnn citizens. Wo
recommend that the territory of
Alaska bo granted a dclcgato In con
gress, and that tho general land and
timber laws of the United States bo
extended to said territory.
The Monroe doctrine Is originally
declared, and as Intern rctcd bv succed
Ing presidents, Is n permanent part of
mo lorcign policy or the United
States, und must at all times bo main
Wo extend our sympathy to tho
peoplo of Cuba In their licrolo strug
gle for liberty nnd Independence.
Wo arc opposed to llfo tenure in the
public service Wo favor appoint
ments based upon merit, ilxed term of
office, nnd sack an administration of
f.ho civil servlco laws us will ufrord
equal opportunities to all citizens of
ascertained fitness. Wo declare It td
bo tho unwritten law of this republic,
established by custom nnd usage of
one hundred years and sanctioned by
the examples of tho greatest and
wisest of those who founded and hnvo
maintained our government, that no
man should bo eligible for a third
term In tho presidential office.
Tho rederul government should euro
for and Improve the Mississippi river
and other ureat waterways of tho re
public, so as to secure for the Interior
s tutcs easy and cucan transportation
to tidewater. When any waterway of
the republic Is of sufficient Import
ance to demand nld of the govern
ment such aid should bo extended up
on a definite plan of continuous work
until permanent Improvement is
Conlidlng lu the justice of our cause
and tho necessity of Its success at tho
polls, wo submit the foregoing declar
ations of principles aud purposes to
the considerable Judgment of the
American people. Wo Invito tho sup.
port of all citizens who upprove them
and who deslro to have tlieui mudo
effective through legislation for the
relief of the peoplo und tho restoration
of the country's prosperity.
Genera! and Nervous DiU'lty.
Weakns of lUiy
Mini, ri-'acx.. vf K
i Vr.lL. L'n-
i'or lloaa ut
0 MlAfi firwl tffiK.'isi;
CountriM, Pend for DrLtk-. BaoX, ex
planntlou and proofs, juullol iwiwb ih.
ERIE MEDICAL 00.f Buffalo, N. Yf
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IS OIT THE
C.utorh la pat p la cne-ilio tottlei only, It
Is sot told la balk, Doa't allow anyons to mII
roa anything els on the pla or promise that It
Is Jnst as good" and "will answer eTery par-
poe." See that yon get O-A-S-T-O-E-I-A.
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GLANCE AT THIS MA
Of the Ch'cago, Milwaukee Tand St. Paul
Railway and note Its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha,
and remember when going east that Its InJns
ate lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment Is superb. Elegant
UufTet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping
car Iwithhas 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
reasons for the popularity of "The Mllwau
Icce." Coupon ticket agents In every rail
road office will give yon further Information,
C, I, EDDY. General Agent,
J. W, CASEY, Trav. Pass. Agent,
when you consult
him about your east
ern trip, to tell you
about our service to
the east nnd south)
Ask lit in to tell
you how much shor
torwln tlnio as well
as miles our lino i&
to Omaha, Kansas
City and St. Louis.
our servlco betweou
St.Pnul and Chicago.
Get one of our
folders from him
aud Btupy the matter
yourself. Do this
mid your ticket will
tiursjy read, us It
- btircly should, yIu
the Burlington routo
for purity, and (or Improvement of the com
I plezlon nothing equals rollout's Powdeb.
uurr niMuu I'UibUM pirmaneatlr
learod In 15 to U days. You can bo treated at
jbono for tania prlca tinder same irua nu
tract to M T railroad fnroind hotel hill .nj
"iiif'i u euro, (i ygu nT imu mar
odlda vataalt, aa4 Hill kata aches e4
iweu i Micnca mmoDiB, nor jl Hre.
as. Cop hop Colored Nnots. Ulura
out. It Is Ibis SJetoudnry ItLOOU fOlHU
varuaranteajtocura. Wd soUelt Uw mott anal
state cases and cHaUaaes the world tar
casnvrc cannot euro. Utils dliaaw baa aiaaw
baMeU tbn skill of the wort amUiant nkytl
clans. SW , capital Ublatl oar MMuaeb
Tho Rosy FreshrtMW
And a velvety wflacas of the skin U lntav
riably oUalned bytbosewhouse I'oaaoMi'a
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