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Following Is tlie utlli(lotirl6nJ!aiinty, Oregon.
Mark botween.thn number and
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midciit or tii(VUn,tctl states.
gr Pprosldenfc of tho United
IFOR tiPRESIIJENTlAL ELECTORS.
How dear to my heart are the coins of
my child hood,
"When fond recollection presents
them to view;
The half and the quarter, aud even
the dime would
Bring us more pleasure than older
But the big silver dollar, the Ameri
With Its proud bird of freedom we
all loved so" well, t p
The Goddess of Liberty smiling upon
it- 1 k .
Tills was a Joy tinittwords never can
tell. - 1 J ,
Tlie old silver dollar, the American
George IVashlngton's.dollar, we all
loved so well. '
Tliat old silver dollar I hall as a
For often at noon, when returned
from the field,
I found it the source or' an cxqulsirie
Tlie purest and sweetest that nature
How ardent I seized It, with hands
that were glowing,
For debts mustfbe-'' paid and each
dollar would tell;
Then soon with the emblems' or "Joy
I paid off the mortgage that drlea
, ... . ..
un the well
The old silver dollar, the American
Great Jefferson' dollar, our fathers
How gladly the hard hand of litbor re
To ruttlo und Jingle aud make our
No music so sweet as the sound of
Tlie old silver dollar that served us
Then here's to the dollar, God bless
the old dollar,
In every trouble the poor man's best
If wc stand by It now we shall soon
cease to borrow,
And Europe will rind we have
money to lend.
The bright silver dollar, our own
good old dollar,,
The American dollar we all love so
A New Chop. A.E.Day brought in
a full wagon load of fine yellow dent
corn. It reminds one of old Jowa,and
Is a good sign for Oregon.
Full Details Gladly Given.
A Railroad Official's Experience.
MI. EDWAP.D EDMONDS. Ions con
nected with railroad construction In
Nebraska, write: "My heart troubled
and pained ice for 19 years. Shortness of
breath wm tUo constant aud most common
yraptom. Intense, excruciating pain, gener
ally followed any sevcro exertion, Falntness,
oanjer wlthoutany appetite: fluttering that
&ade me clutch my breast, and palpitation
"'kcubiasgtjrca mo as u i woun ".
ero frequent attack. Again, everything
ould turn blacU it I arop from a stooping
turo quickly. Sloeplaw nights with their
nrostratlnK unrest were
Un l numerous and I coma
"cart CUre GPt no rest day or night
I consulted leading phy
sicians and tried adver
tised remedies. They
Or. Miio' 4..i : j .!-. - ..,- .
w L Butler, or Monnioutn, i'oik county "i s'
B." Ho rer, or Salera, Marlun county I d
V II. SpauKli, or Ilarrlsburjr, Linn county f
Harry Wutkins, or McMlnnvllle, YamlilU county J 3
n'hnX before tlie name above shows how a toter should mark his ticket
i ..,,i,.r to cast his ballot Tor Wm. .1. Bryan for president. Beware or the
!' b Abided 'National Democratic." It Is the McKluley-IIunna sideshow.
1 in tie Marlon county ticket the Bryan electors will be the third group
f nVmcs on the ticket, and should be marked as above.
nl T S LV1SK UUL.UUI. DULbaio run
Yn4& jSf$VaW lC2!S? ir
"ctly that I took Dr. Miles New Ileart
,' and I am now a. well man. T. hope
Tery one troubled with heart disease will
Dr. Miles' remedies. It they will writo
7P?;r,0naUr' I will gladly give them full
Jrir0 n7 experience." Epw. Edmohi.
r. O. Box 6S. David City, Nebraska.
thit r16' Heart Cura ta w on K"aranto
ttrst bottle benefit or morn refunded.
name jjf cach.candldaic voted fgr. .
i 'fr- . i 1 fa
,'...., W .1 . Bryan, or "Nebraska.
States.. T. E. Watson. orGeorel,,:
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Remarkable Letter Received by a Promi
nent Lawyer of Fueblo, Colorado
Chicago, Oct. 21. An afternoon
paper here publishes in full a letter
received a week ago by Judge George
IF. Patrick at rucblo, Col., a staunch
silver man, signed by "Samuel C
Pressly, 0 Milk street, Boston, Mass.,'
olrering him "a consideration" to
help the cause of gold in Colorado and
promising, among other, things, that
strikesMalf, If McKlnley is elected
be put an scud to by force." One
paragraph Of theMetter'says?
In the event of Mr. McKinley's
election, a bill will at once be Intro
duced In Congress to Increase the
standing army to at least 250,000 men,
which" will be done in the event of
the success of the gold forces; the
criminal classes) the discontented
classes and labor classes, witli their
unions and strikers, will succumb to
the rule Of force, and no longer play
any part In Aaierican politics. Imag
ine a revolt with a good trained force
of regular soldiers in every one'of our
money centers with ready rifle and
gatling-gun to hold in check any
'd(itiionstrationL to the contrary
we only succeed, capital will
morebe'safe in Its Investurents, and
able to procure labor in the open
market at the lowest price possible.
Tlie offer for Judge Patrick's assist
ance was couched In the following
Will you, for a consideration com
mensurate with your worth, join us
and in your state do your share to
quietly aid the honest gold party and
aid in the election of McKlnley? If
you will, and also assist in placing tho
funds necessary for your state, you
will, in the. event of our success, re
ceivo recognition. Favor me with an
early reply, if possible, in tlieatllrma
tive. Judge Patrick is vouched for by the
Mayor of Pueblo and others as a prom
inent and worthy citizen and one of
the leading lawyers In Southern .Col
orado, lie was highly Indignant at
the Insult offered him and sent a re
ply in which he says:
You and your methods and the ulti
mate resuls to be obtained as suggested
by you would cause a Benedict Arnold
to appear a saint when compared with
you and your Ilk as traitors, I am
proud to say that from the revolu
tionary War to the present time there
has never been a traitor In my family,
and I shal not be the first to mar that
line of honorable men.
& Comfortable While Travelling
i i ...., !,,. Tim TTnlnn PacIflO
system heats its trains throughout by
steam neai irum me uue...v,, ..
making every part of all Its cars pleas
ant'and comfortable. It also lights
Its cars by the celebrated PI ntsch
Light, making tnem brilliant
night. Passengers carried dally on
the Fast Mail, which leaves Portland
at 7 p. m. For sleeping carreserva
tlons, tickets, or information, call on
or address , .
Boise & Bakkkr, Agents,
1512d4w Salpoi, Or.
The undersigned wishes to inform
his friends that he has definitely de
cided not to leave b'alom.
'Emil L. Winklek.
The Copartnership heretofore ex
isting Ltfiwecn W. A. Ilamllton &
t..i.m n.ir uniijir i lie arm iiiin.i-
Hamilton & Molr l- W ?l tranlcking with uanking syndi
ually dlsH, All ctefntf dui ". u w,Cu, In exchange for bonds
wld flnii to Ko nam to W. A. Hamilton. um n" rmoll, nrolit them.
Anv blsagalnstsaid firm will ce paid
by each one iwylnK'onf "
"U,U,m W. A. HAMILTON.
,. ' JohnMoie.
Salem, Oregon October y'w.
,r ii.,... ....it iimi'ii inu miiiifv.
-.resident Isaac Lewis of Sabina, Ohio,
1 lughly respected all through tha
section. He has lived in Clinton Co.
.i,nycaM ' a?,(1 l"18 bccn President of
tcstltlcs to tho merit of Hood's Sana,
panlla, and what ho says is worthy
attention. All brain workers And
Hood s barsaparilla peculiarly adapted
to tllfiir nooilc li . i .... . .
lctl blood, and from this comes nerve
mental, bodily and digestive strength
"I am glad to say that Hood'.. Rrin..
rilla is a very good medicine, especially
.uuu jjuuum, is nas aone me good
many times. For several years I sufferod
bi.uuy yritn pains or
In one eye and about my temrjles. cs
peclally at night when I had been having
a hard day of physical and mental labor.
I took many remedies, but found help only
In Mood's Barsaparilla which cured mc ol
rheumatism, neuralgia and headache.
Mood's Barsaparilla has proved itself a t-ui
'tiend. I also take Hood's Pills to kri.
- y bowels regular, and like the pllla
very much." Isaac Lewis, Bablna, Ohio.
Istlie One True Blood Turlner. Alldrugclsti. Si.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass.
D. , , are prompt, efflclcnt and
flllS easy In cflcct. 25cciiU.
A MODEL. PLATFORM.
Adopted by the Democrats In National
The following 1? tho full and com
plete platform as adopted by tho
National Democratic convention:
States in national convention assemb
led, do reaffirm our allegiance to those
great essential principles of Justice
and liberty upon which our institu
tions are rounaca, anu wnicn uie
Democratic party has advocated from
Jefferson's time to our own freedom
of speech, rrecdom or the press, rree
dom of conscience, the preservation of
personal rigius. tuo equauty or an
citizens before the law, and the falth-
iui ooservancc oi constitutional limi
tations. During all these years the Demo
cratic party has resisted tho tendency
of selfish Interests to the centraliz
ation of governmental power, and
steadfastly maintained the integrity
of tlie dual scheme of government
established by the founders of this
renubl c of renublics. Under its
iTiilrlnnpn nnr tonnlilncra t.lin rrrpilt.
principle of local seir-governmcnt has
round its oest expression in tno main
tenance oi t ne r m us oi inu siaie
inrl In Ita nci!Aftlin nf t.lin nrt.ncultv
or confining tho general government
to tlie exercise or powers gran tea oy
tue constitution in tue uniicu oluics.
ltELIQIOOS FREEDOM. '
Tlio pnnuMt.iit.Inn nf t.lin ITnUprl
States guarantees to every citizen tho
rignts or civil ana religious noerty.
Tlio rlomnpr:it.lr nnrt.v 1ms !ilw:ivs lMen
the exponent or political liberty and
religious freedom and it renews its
obligations and reaflrms Its devotion
tn t.hnsft fundamental nrlnclnles of
nncncmWInir Mint. Mie monOV OUCS-
tlon Is paramount to all others at this
time, we invite attention to the fact
Mint, thn pnnRt.lt.iit.lnn names silver
and cold together as the money metals
of the United States, and that the
lirst co nacre law passed oy congress
under tlie constitution made the sil
ver dollar the money unit, and ad-
.nltt.n1 tmlH in frnn rnlr.ncfi at a ratio
based upon the silver dollar unit.
We declare that the uct of 1873 de-
mnnotlTlnrr silver Without tllO knOWl-
edgo or approval or the American peo
nle has resulted in the appreciation
nf irnld. and a corresnondinu fall In
the price or commodities produced by
the people; a heavy Increase In the
burden of taxation and or all debts,
public and private; the enrichment or
the money lending class at home and
abroad, the prostration or lndnstry,
and impoverishment of the people.
Wo 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 antl
Amerlcan, and it can be fastened on
the United States only by the stilling
of that spirit and love of liberty
which proclaimed our political inde
pendence in 1776 and won in the war
of the revolution.
Wo demand the free and unlimited
coinage of both sliver 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
nt.m.lnr.l ell VAf llnll.TT b1iD.11 bO a fUU
legal tender, equally with gold, ror all
debts, puoiic ana privuw:, uu u
favor 6uch legislation as will prevent
for the future the demonetization of
:mv kind of leeal tender money by
Wc are opposed to the policy and
nractlceof surrendering to tho hold
ers of the obligations, oi tno united
States, the option reserved by law to
tho government of jedeemingsuch ob
llcatlons In either silver coin or gold
We are opposed to the Issuing or in
a.at.Ho'irliicr lxirifla or the United
fitjitfia in time or peace, and condemn
enormous profit to them-
miu - federal treasury
wth gold U maintain the policy of
I3S0E OF MONEY.
Congress alone has, the power xo
coin and l6ue money, and IVerldent
Jackson declared mat tills power
icould not oo delegated w corporations
or iiHimouuiti. ii u iiicreiure uc-
tiounci' the issuance of notes Intended
to circulate as money by national
banks Us In derogation of the consti
tution, and wo demand that all paper
wined is made a legal lender for
public add Itrtvatcclchlaor which Is
lecclvable for duties to the United
otatcs shall be be issued by the gov
ernment or the United States and
shall be redeemable in coin.
We hold that tariff duties should be
levied for purpose of revenue, sucli du
ties to be so adjusted as to operate
equally throughout tho country and
no discriminate between class or sec
tiou, and that taxation should be
limited by tho needs or the govern
ment honestly and economically ad-
We denounce as disturbing to busi
ness the Republican threat to restore
the McKlnley law, which has twice
been condemned by the people in na
tional elections, and which, enacted
under tho raise plea of protection to
home Industry, proved a prolific
breeder of trusts and monopolies, en
riched the few by the expense of tho
many, restricted trade, and deprived
the producers of the great American
stapled of access to their natural mar
kets. INCOME TAX.
Until tho money question Is settled
we are opposed to any agitation for
further changes in our tariff laws, ex
cept such as are necessary to meet the
deficit in revenue caused by the ad
verse decision of tho supreme court on
the income tax. Hut for this decision
by tho supreme court, there would be
no deficit in the revenue under thclaw
passed by a Democratic congress In
strict pursuance of tho uniform deci
sions of that court for 100 years, that
court having In Unit decision sus
tained constitutional objections to its
enactment which had preciously been
overruled by the ablest Judges who
have ever sat on tho bench. We de
clare that It is tho duty of congress to
useall the 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 tlie burdens of taxation
may be equally and impartially laid,
to tho end that wealth may bear Its
due proportion of tho expense of the
Wc hold that the most clliclcnt way
of protecting American labor Is to
prevent the Importation of foreign
pauper labor to compete with it in the
home market, and that the value of
the home market to our American
farmers and artisans is greatly reduced
bv a vicious monetary system which
depresses the prices of their products
below the cost of production, and thus
deprives them or the means or pur
chasing the products or our homo
mnnuractorlcsand, as labor creates
tho wealth or the country, wc demand
the passage of such laws as may be
necessary to protect itin allltsrlghts.
We are In favor of the arbitration
of differences between employers en
gaged In lntcrstare commerce and
their employes, and recommend sued
legislation as is necessary to carry out
Tho absorption or wealth by the
rew, the consolidation or our leading
railroad systems, and tho formation
of trust and pools requlro a stlcter
control by the federal government of
those arteries of commerce. Wo de
mand tho enlargement of the powers
of tho interstate commerce commiss
ion and such and such restrictions and
and guarantees In In tho control of
railroads an will protect tho people
from robbery and oppression,
We denounco 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 tho labor that pays them
is unemployed, and tho products of
the peopfo'sitoll arc depressed In price
till they no longer repay tho cost or
We demand a return to that alm
nllcltv and economy which benefits a
Democratic government and a reduc
tion In tho number or useless offices,
the salaries of which drain tne suo-
stance or the people.
QWe denounce arbitrary interrerenccs
by redcral" authorities In local affairs
as a violation of tho constitution of
tho United States and a.crimo ugalnst
i i i
the acme of wo
rounds out a wo
man's life and
mission in the
bearing and rear
ing of healthy,
is the chief
auy woman's life.
Health is an inheritance due to every
child and within the reach of every
parent to bestow. It is something that
costs no money and is more precious
than a mountain of diamonds.
The child's health depends almost
wholly on the mother's, not only before
its birth but afterwards. A sick mothei
can't properly care for her child's health,
A sick mother sometimes bears a healthy
child, but it isn't to be expected. Maybe
the baby will possess the appearance of
health, but will lack stamina. Maybe
innate weakness will develop in alter
t..1 ..n 1imiM Tne Tjarticulariv
careful of her health during the period ,
of gestation when the child is really a
part or uerseii.
During all this lime, she should keen
her body strong and pure and she should
take proper precautions against her time
of labor. For this purpose Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription is prescribed. It
has been used in thousands of cases,
with the most gratifying results. It Is
a tonic to the whole body, but psrtlcu
larly to the organs distinctly feminine.
It cures all female troubles and pro
A large book (icoo pages profusely
illustrated), written by Dr. Pierce, en
titled " The People's Common Sense Med
ical Adviser" will be sent to those who
will send twenty-one cents, in stamps,
to pay postaice and wrappUg only. states easy and cheap tr
AddrissWoBUJ's DistwARVtMKD. to tidewater. When any
icXt.A6s6cu0N, No. C6i MsinStrftth republic Is of sufili
Buffalo; N. Y,
y'! .. - . - v M
" ' ' " ''"' " ' "' ' "'' 5
llng the S tomachs ondBowcls of
Opium.MorplilnC nor Mineral.
Not Naro otic.
CtirrfiKt Suijrr .
A perfect Ilcmcdy f o r Cons tlpa
tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca,
ncss ondLoss OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
exact copy or wrappeb.
OTerl.0n0.CC0bOicstold.aXia)0cnr;3 dtoto ltJDOTrprtodostrtiTthodoslroforU.bftprolnnnT
Tirt Va v-t j Am alt.. a A .- . jj a .
alia to mako tlie weak Impotont man atrong, rlfcoroua and maxnitlo? Jntt ur a box. You will bo do.
iKbtetl. W expect you to belKiTD. -what wa wr.tor a carols abaolutoir iroaranUsod br drunKlata ororr
bere. Bna tor our boc jlot "non't Tobaeco Holt and Hoioka Your Ufo Away.' wrUton guMonloo and
'tteo sample. . Address TlLE UXKjIlMUItXMiu V CO., C'Wenjo or jfew Tfgrt,
D. J. FRY, Agent, - Salem, Oregon.
free institutions, and we csneclallv
object to government by injunction as
a now ana inmy uangcrous rorm oi
oppression, by which federal judges
in contempt of tho laws of the states
and rights of citizens, becomo at onco
legislators, judges, and executioners,
and wo approve the bill passed at tho
last session of tho United States sen
ate, and now ponding In tho house of
representatives, rolatlvo to contempts
in federal courts and providing for
trials by Jury in certain cases of con
Ho discrimination should bo in
dulged by tho government or tho Uni
ted States in favor of any of Its debt
ors. "Wo approve of tlie refusal of tho
Pacific railroad funding bill, and de
nounce tho efforts of tho present Re
publican congress to enact a similar
Kecognizlng thejust clalmBof de
serving union soldiers we heartily en
dorse tho rule or tho present commis
sioner or pensions that no names shall
be arbitrarily dropped from the pen
slon roll; and tho fact of enlistment
and service ehonld bo deemed con
clusive evidence against disease und
disability before enlistment.
Wo favor the admission of tho ter
ritories of New Mexico, Arizona and
Oklahoma Into the United States,
and wo favor tho early admission of
all the territories haying the neces
sary population and resources to en
title them to statehood, and while
they remain territories, wc hold that
the ofllclals appointed" to administer
the government or any territory to
gether with tho District or Columbia
and Alaska, should be bona lido resi
dents or tlie territory or district In
which tho duties aro to bo performed.
Tho Democratic party believes in
homo rule and that all public lands
of tho United States should bo appro
priated to the establishment of frco
homes for American citizens, We
recommend that the territory of
Alaska bo granted a delegate In con
gross, and that tho general land and
timber laws of the United States be
extended to said territory.
The Monroo doctrine Is originally
declarcd.and as Interpreted by succed
Jng presidents, Is a permanent part of
the foreign policy of tho United
States, and must at all times bo main
Wc extend our sympathy to tho
pcoplo of Cuba In their heroin utrug
glo for llborty and Independence.
We aro opposed to life tenure in tho
public service. Wo favor appoint-
ments based upon merit, fixed term of
ofllcc. and sach an administration of
tho civil service laws as will afford
equal opportunities to all citizens of
ascertained fitness. Wo declare It to
be tho unwritten law of this republic,
established by cuitoni and usage of
one hundred years and sanctioned, fcy
tho examples of tho greatest and
wisest of tliosa who founded and have
maintained our government, that no
man Bhould be cllgiblo for a third
term In the presidential ofllcc.
Thn federal ircvernment should care
for and Improvo the Mississippi river
and other great waterways of tho re
public, so as to secure ior uie interior
linu uui'ui' wuunjMJriubiun
ance to .dernami aia oi tne govcr
IS OIT THE
Oaslorh li est up la ono-tlie tottlet onlr. II
lis not soli la bulk. Don't allov wyono to toll
J yon anything ehs on tn plo or promise that it
I ll Jnt it good" and "will answer Try par
I poe." - Beo that y g4t 0-A-8-T-0-K-I-A.
r -w-w wtiai
.i .m k .j A j a aj .a& .
ment Suck aid should bo extended up
on a definite plan of continuous work
until permanent Improvement is
Confiding In tho Justice of our cause
and tho necessity or its success at tho
pons, wo submit tho iorcgolng declar
ations of principles and purposes to
tho considerable judgment of tho
American pcoplo. Wo Invito tho sup
port or all cltlzons who approvo them
and who dcslro to have them mado
eflcctlvo through legislation for tho
relief of tho pcoplo and tho restoration
of the country's prosperity.
You Can Be Well
When your blood is puro, rich and
nourishing for nerves and muscles.
Tho blood Is the vital fluid and when
It is poor and Impuro you must either
suffer or you will fall a victim to sud
den changes, exposure, or overwork.
Keen vour blood pure with Hood's
Sarsaparilla and be well.
iiooa's x'uis are tne oest aiter-oin-ner
nlll: assist dlcrestlon, euro head
ache, 25 cents.
Bryan and Free Silver Ralley.
Will bo held at Sllvorton, Or., Oct
ober 31, 1800. Grand torch lights
procession. Two bands. Four noted
speakers. Tho Mott boys Tho
liradloy sisters, speaking. Campaign
songs, ltecitatlons. uoocl music.
come every body and attend tno
ast and greatest raUy pf tho cam
' m i
Old pcoplo who require nicdlolno to
reculnto the bowels and kldnevs will
find tho tru,o remedy In Electric Bit
ters. This medicine docs not stimu
late and contains no whiskey nor other
Intoxicant but acts as a tonlo and
alterative It acts mildly on tho
stomach and bowels, adding strength
and giving tono to tho organs, thereby
aiding Nature In the performance of
tho functions. Electric bitters Is an
excellent appetizer and aids digestion.
Old People, find It Just exactly what
they need. Price 60c aud $1 por bottle
at Fred A. Lcgg's drug store.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and CMlirsa.
Via the Union Pacific System
baggage Is checked through from
Portland to its destination. Tho
specialties of tho Union Paclfio aro
unexcelled truck and equipment,
union depots, fast time, through airs,
steam heat, Plntscli light and court
cous treatment to passengers. For
rates and Information, apply to
Boise & Barker, Agents,
15-12d-4w .Salem, Oregon
Has No Equal
CU EVERYWHBMt- V
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-n r., vtun,
Sept. I, l6o6,
' Sealed pioiKwali wrtl be received a( this
oftied nnul noon, NofrerJibcr'a, f&jfi. o fum
an me luuuvriiig smcics lor we jiaie ol ure
gotv for the use of tha loth Dlenoial StuIom
of die Legislative Assembly:
3 J resms legal cap, l4-lbs.-,No. nUnrn
while hid, Ufd, Chatter Oak or Scotch Iine,
other6dpafcer .. 4
30 reams first class Congress note, or other
Ecxxl paper, 7-ponnd,V No. 7 ruling, vhiie
20 reams letter pater, 12 lb No. 7 tulinf
white laid, Catew, Charter Oak, or Scotch
linen, or other good paper.
so reams of typewriter, Ietter,lie, Partiw '
letter wove No.-3, or other good paper:
io resms typewriter, legal she, l'arsgon,
letter wove No. 3 J, or other good paper.
6 reams tvnewtifrr Wl .! p.m
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icucr wine no, iy orotDeriroou
o ooxes ume't sat n
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finlih carton, blue,
site 8 x loll.
6 boxes Little's Satin finith rat Win. Who.
10,00a No. 6 1.3 envelopes, 60 lbv No, I,
ragXXXi . 1
12 Oross railroad steel pens, No. 49.
20 1 Gross Glllott's steel pens, No. 404.
;4 Cross GUlottVateel pens. No. 303.-
8 Gross Esterbrook "J' pens
6 Gross Falcon steel pens, No. OiSc"
6 Grow Esterbrook & Co.'s Probate 'steel
pens No. 313. -"
6 Gross Esterbrook h Co.'s Judge's Quill
Steel pens No. 312. x
6 Gross Elterbrook & Pn.'i rhinrrlln..
steel pen No 230. , ,,
6 Gross London Incandescent, At, Jacob's
2 Dozen Sanford's Cardinal led ink, pints.
5 Gross pen holders, black enamel, laree,
to Dozen Peck. Stow A Wit-.'. lr,L.i.,.l.
4 Down Teck, Stow& Wilcox's Inkstands,
10 Doien Peck, Stow & Wilcox's lnkstandi.
No. 4S0. ' '
12 Doxen Ivory folders, 9-lnch'stadriV
4 Dozen ivory folders, lo-lnch Conpress.
4 Dozen mucilage cups; No 8, Morpan's
lo Dozen mucilage stands, ycservotr,JNg,'6, ,
3 reams Parker's treasury blotting paper,
or other good paper, 140 lbs. assorted 'colors
3 Grow No. 2 Eagle recorder lead pencils,
5 Dozen Sanford's primlum fluid, quarts.' "fj
2 1-2 Dozen Staflord's writing fluid,- rjuarts.
15 Dozen gummed stub files, No, 21,11 x 15
inches, 500 pages. t ,
4 Dozen Duplex cupboard letter clips.-leeal
20 Dozen Duplex cupboanl-letler clips.
15 Dozen Fabct's rubber rulers. M-lnch
flat. - t
15 Dozen steel erasers, Rogers No. 18,149,
Gj3 Dozen steel erasers, Rogers' No. 18,149,
70 boxes Faber's No. 300 rubber bands,
3 Gross Faber's lead pencils, No. 2, hexa.
gon, elk, ,
12 Gross Faber's lead pencils, No. 2, round,
20 DOzen Faber's natent ink nnrl , rvnrll
rubber erasers, mammoth.
3,000 McGiil's patent paper fasteners.No. 3
flat head. '
3,000 Mculll's patent paper fasteners.No. a
ound head s, whle
3,000 Mculll's patent piper fasteners.No.' 4,
flat head, .
15 Dozen tablo pads to hold paper, 19120
Inches, strong leather' tips,
iSDoaen waste, paper baskets, cross-bar
3 Down wase paper baskets, small, No.it,
29 lbs, hemp twine No. 2,.
4 Dozen Sanford's mucilage, quarts! .
Dlds should be marked "Proposals for Sta
tionery." None hilt thn tv. nnnlttv nfinul.
will be accepted.
The rieht to relect anv or all bids ' ie.
served, All the above articles to be dell v.
red at Salem on or beiore December 15,1896,
There helncr at the nrcn ttm on muw..
available or paying for .the ibove supplies,
bldsfwlll only be accepted under the - express
oondttloh, agreement and understanding that
tho successful bidder Will look to, and de-
Tiend llnon the next leirltlafttr arinrnrIiitfKtj
money to pay the claim,
very respccnui iy,
II K4 KINCAID,
9-S'2m Secretary of State.
fst stusw prtb DDdcr
l(rnikNrtepaakM w &
Bosbarce, U m ttii to oato. If joubats
eary, laoSAm WotMli, and U11 Uv
UIH, nHHHH lf BW 10 xuttu,
FBBla.'Oennr llularad HnnU.
turo ' skttfl lkalj42isi ua warll
m Mainala Trnnsjl ,
Once ia a while
that tho local ticket
ngont cannot glvo you
all tho tnrorniatlon
When this Is tho
case, write to rao. I
have copies ot tha lat
est rate sheets and
railroad tlrno tables
and can tell you qvery
thing you want to
know about tho best
and cheapest war td
reach Omaha, Kansas
City, St, Louis, Chi
cago or any other
southern or southeast
C. SHELDON, G;A.,
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