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arnsSICJUiBr iPITr. JOOBKAI& WEDNESDAY, SEFTEMBBB 6, 1893. THE CAPITAL JOIIMAI. I'OijLlrilitCU DAILY, EXCEPT BONDAY, Capital Journal Publishing Company. Postoffioe Block. Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editors. Dally, by carrier, per month... IHilly, bv mull, per year, Weekly, 8 pages, per year- to.5n - 3.00 uo A UUUD PUCE fO LIVE. Just out on your thinking cap and sit down na,corn.orjfora while, that ii.flgtirRtfvely'speafclnf?, and see ir tne goodiitafii of CJregon Is. not about as good'aplacotolivelnascan be found anuuhRrA hn this creeu earth. This Is Wat mite talkmeaut for thepeople ltv log elsewhere, but Just for; those who mate this their home. Did any one ever see a Oner summer than we are having? Ifib, whun'and where? Did any one ever see better crops? If so, when and where? D any one know of a place where a man can enjoy tbi advantages of a temperate climate aui yet raise more produca from a small apace of ground than here? If so, where? Never mlud the futur prospects. Whenoue gets to talking about them, It Is hard to convince him Belf that he la not romancing, so brlgb" are they because of the many advan tages which our state poesesea. Jus take the state as It is, hard times and all, and tell us if you can where you can And a better one. Eastern people talk about our wet winters, but one alugle storm In one single locality lu the East the other day caused the lost of many more lives and the destruc tlon of more property than all the storms which have occurred In Oregon since the first white man set foot In tht territory. There are many worse thing? than an Oregon winter, and nothing better than an Oregon summer. NEW8PAPKK3 NECESSITIES OP LIFE. The Ht. Paul Board" of Control lately asked tbe corporation attorney for his opinion as to whether they could law fully furuiab the county almshouse and city hospital with newspapers; and the attorney's opinion is tbat they may; for he holds tbat newspapers are neces sities of life. The opinion Is a sound statement of fact, says thoN. Y. Buu. The newspaper has become a necessity to Americans, and to be shut out from a knowledge of what is going on in the world would be as great hurdahip to them as any other except lack of food, clothing or shelter. The life is more than meat, and tbe body than raiment; and the satisfaction of the bodily wants and of a higher order. The sick in the hospitals aud the paupers In the alms house may share In the common privil ege of Americans. Tbe newspaper Is the university and the library of the people, the common school of manhood It tojtUe tbo great debating club of poli tics, the exchange of business, the rec ord of each day of human experience. It la necessary to the proper discharge of tbo political duties of the citizen. But a newapaper, at least a good newspaper, Is more than a necessity. It brings luto the narrowest life some sense of tbo vast life of tho world, It is full of tragedy and comedy, wit and passion, tho herolo and the bumble, the crime and the merriment of nations. It la a great realist history. It Is a dally oommontary upon huraau nature Go tell It, ye breezes, from desert to sen. ThoMtreorlpMon" baa triumphed, fair wo man lalrae I Dr. Ulerco's Favorllo Prescription Is tne one priuceiy remedy uuovo an out ers I Made expressly for women. It Is adapted to her special needs, and ful fills every requirement. No condition to critical us to defy II I Ho emergency no great n to bittll It I As a woman's reatoratlvo nud regula tor th "Favorite Prescription" Is mas ter of tne situation. 1'osltlvely guaran teed to give satisfaction In all cases, or monoy paid tor u returned, ino only medicine lor women sold on trial i SUQUKSTKD COMMENT. The first Oregon mint has glveu Sa lem added business Impetus. A public building for tialom Is a com mon thing at tho, boginning of eaoh ses sion of congress, but somehow pn the wlud-up It doesn't materialize. ii - Improved streets mcau Improved business, Improved homos, improved morals, lmprovod town. Salem will enjoy theiri all. . An exchange Bays God made the earth and rested a week, made all the anliaak aud rested another weak, made man and had another week's rest, then made woman, but slnoe then aobody has bad any rest. Aoorrespoudout of tbe Albany Her ald gives Otato Treasurer Molsohan redlt fur great wisdom in not crowd ing eollctlous from rural counties, sa sch ftcWoa would have crippled many Ixmka and Injured great number of ttepoeitortf. L.J H II I- . ! Tbe fruit erop la right now lu the Midst of H harvest aud ye gods, what fruit It k. lVob the slw of croquet Ulh; peej-i M targe m natall pumpkins; plttHM MI pruiiee like tea cups and epplee uWly m large m tbe face of a family clock and such delicious fruit ( and again, euch an abundance that nearly every ., farmer's wagon headed toward Medfofd Is- groaning under Mb ..! .li.lil Th noroou Who Com- Kicai nwg"" w -- plalna of tne itogue river vaiiey nuu. nothing of the barren countries beyond Its borders. Med ford Mail. Ground Is being broken - near 'Ash land, Oregon, for the new M.23. college building Which will be used by a branch of Portland university. The buildlug will be a frame structure, 72x96 feet, on a four-foot foundation; of stofle, and will bo built In the Norodan Gotblo style, surmounted by four tow ers, the larcest of which will be 18 feet square, aud will - cost $12,000, whcb J sum has been raised by the citizens or Ashland. The work will'be fluished this fall? The, Grants Pass Courier savs: '"Whe'it eolbplcted, if It looks anything like the ptikwi, It will be pn ornament- to Ashland, and'one that Grants Pass might have secured had She exerted'heraelf a little in the right direction tbat of raising tbe bonufc." PBOM BBOOKS. Rev. Myers and family left on the 10:55, Tuesday, for their new bomq at Jefferson. What Is our loss Is Jetflsr a id's gain. Ellton Shaw fs on the sick list this week? Geo. Massey is down with ''Job's af flictions" this week. Miss Joy and Bertha Barendrick, spent last week in Wheatland. Harrison Jones made a business trip to Salem Tuesday. M. L. Jonea' boy la on the sick list. Stella SbaQer is on tbe sick list. E K. 8baw lost a horse out of his mitch driving team. It died of lung fjver. Dr. Hensel was a passenger to Salem Friday. Miss Ottie McCIard was shaklpg hands with friends In Brooks, one day last week. Mr. Waechter was in this locally, buyiug stock. Mr. Sleeper, a friend of J. W.Shuffer, is visiting there this week. Rev. Belknap and family stayed over night In Brooks, on their way to Day ton. Mrs. Renney returned to her home In Salem, after a week's stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Blantou,. Miss Alice Blanton, of Portland, was called to tbe death-bed of her slater Rosa, Wednesday evening. A lawn party was ilveu In honor of Wlnulfred Norwood, as she leaves ifor her Jefferson home. The best wishes of a host of friends follows her. The evening was spent in playing croquet and other games. A pleasant time was reported by all. Those present were: Misses Fannie Norwood, Wlnnlfred Norwood, Myrtle Clark, lone McCIard, Joy Barendrick, Bertha Barendrlpk, Mrs. Ramp. Messrs. Harrison Jones, Ellton Shaw, Jole Jones, Willie Jones, Bruce Jones, Homer Gouley. Rosa C. Blanton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Blanton, died Wednes day, Aug. 30th, of luug fever. She wub sick but a short time. Tho funeral took place at the M. E. church lu this place, conducted by Rev. Bowersoxi of Salem. The remains were conveyed to Its last resting place lu the Jones' cem etery Thursday. Her parents have the sympathy of the entire commuulty. We miss tbee from our borne dear We nils fioiu thy place. A ebadow o'er our Ilia Is cast; We ralm tbe sunshine of thy focc; We inUs thy kind and willing band Tby fond and earnest care. OUr home Is durk without thee We miss thee everywhere. Will be found an excellent remedy for sick headache. arter Little Liver tills. Thous anas of letters from jwople who- have used them prove this tact, fry them. If sick headache Is misery, what are Carter's Little Liver fills If they will poslUvely cure HT 1'coplo who have used tbem speak fraukly ot tiietr worth. They are small and easy to lake. If you once try Carter's Little Liver 1M1U fur sick headache, bllllousneas. nr oonttlpatlon, you will never be without tbem. They are purely vegetable, BiuBii Kuu easy 10 late. uon-i rot-get win. DOWN QO THE BATES! The Union Pad do now leads with re duced rates to eastern poluts, and their through oar arrangements, magnl(16 ently equipped Pullman and Tourist sleepers, free recllulug chair car aud fast time, make It the best lime to trav el. Two trains leave from Portland dally at 8:45 a. m. aud 7:30 p. in. Tbe rates are now within reach of all. and everybody should take advantage of them to visit the world's fair and their friends In the east Bend for rates and schedules of tralus. aud du uot nurcliaso lbB ,m.llr.or'ni,lln nia ..U..V.., .,... ...,. v.,.u, ,,., .uv.ov i uta;, njivuiPi fcjttntiij xs. V, H. HURLUUHT, Ass'l GeuM lUss. Acent, U, P., Portland, Or. IMPORTAKT. If you anticipate vlsltlug the world's fair, or your friends In the East, take flnl,a ai.Anttt Qiilunt fm advantagoof the present opportunity, J us the fares are uow so low thoy cut no ' ngure In the expense. The Chicago fc Northwestern Railway have placed lu service a solid vestlbnled train, between Portlaud and Chicago, tbe famous Wayner tourist cars, free reclining ouair cam, uuu uiuiug car "par excel lent." With the nooommodaltous fur-1 tilshed,ratffl now ottered, together-wit hi tne snort time ennsumeu in making the trip, It Is within the reach of all. Fur further Information, apply to auy ticket agent, or write A, (J. Babksb, GeuM ArL 273 Waahlugtnti strwt. Portlaud, Or, t0 Trade for Ooods. Valuable timber and farming landa lOfLlucolu county, in tracts of 10 to 100 acrea. Will tradefor general merchan- uibc. .nuuicoo, iwir a ivunonuu, j)-5 lrxi Yncjulna, Oregon. Have No Equal. Allcock's Porus Plasters have at tained a world-wide reputation solely upon their "superlative merits. They htve many would-be rivals, but have never been equalled or even approached In curative properties and rapidity and safety of action. Their value bus been attested, by the highest medical authori ties, as well as by unimpeachable testi monials from those who have used them, and they are recommended as the best external remedy for weak back, rheumatism, sciatica, colds, coughs 8ore throat, cnest and stomacn auec- tlon. kidney diflleultles, weak muscles, strains, stitches, and aches and pains of every description. Beware of imitations, and do not be deceived by misrepresentation. Ask for Allcook's, and let no solicitation or explanation Induce you to accept a sub stitute. VIGOR of MEN Easily, Qulckljr, Permanently Restored. WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, DEBILITY, and all the train of srlls from early errors or later excesses, tbe results of overwork, slokness, worry. etc TulUtrenetb. derclopment and tone glren tu every organ and go! Ir mruon or toe doot. ;tmDli.natnralmethods. Immedlatnlmprovemcnt seen. Failure fmpoMlble. 2.OJ0 reference. Book, explanation and proofs' mailed (sealed) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO, BUFFALO, N.Y. Conservatory of Music. Willamette University, Balem, Or,, School of music for piano, organ, violin, singing, orchestral instruments, Harmo ny, counterpoint, fugue, orchestration and higher musical composition, fno better grade of work done west of tin Jtocky mountains. Prices low. Seven teachers. Next term begins Sept. 4tb. Send for annual year book or address, Z. M. Parvln, Mus. Doctor, inuslpal director. - ' 8-9 2md&w - ST. PAUL'S ACADEMY, St. Paul, Marlon Oounty, Oregon. Ooudao'edby the Msters of tbe Holy Names ol Je-ius and Mury.' The location affords all tbat cau be desired for healthful outdoor exercise. Ht. Paul can be easily reached by boats on tbe Willamette, The building Is new and supplied wuh all the modern Improvements. Tbe con rso of study Is complete. Stenography and Typewriting Taught. Terms moderate. For further particulars apply to Bister Super ior. S-I-lmd&w FIFTIETH YEAH. Oldest. Highest and Most Extended Institution of Learning in the Pacific Northwest. Sixteen courses of Instruction, from Grammar, through Academic and Col lege, to Theology, Law and Medicine. Splendid Courses for Training In Teachincr. Business. Art, Elocution and Music. Several Post Graduate Courses. Stronger and better than ever. It's Woman's College adonis nn Ideal home. for young ladies with unsurpassed facilities for their care and training. The school year opens Sept. 4, 1803. For Year Book and all information relating to school management aud course of study, address, President GEO. WHITAKER, D.D. For financial Information, address, Rev, J. H. ROORE, Agent, 8-23-d&w Salem, Oregon. Oregon State Fair. I ,, , ,, . . ,, Under the management of th State Board of Agriculture, on the State talr Grounds near Salem, commeuo lug September 11th, 1893, and con tinuing one week. MORE THAN $15,000 IN CASH Will be paid as premiums for Rlooir, Poultry, Hwlne, Agricultural Products, KrulU, Native Woods, Minerals, Works f Alt and Kancy Work, and for trials or speed. Seduced Rates of Fares and Freights on All Transportation Unas. PAVIlMN open four evenings during tbe week, with Reed muilo In attendance. TUkNKVV Ult.VNU MTAND and the new llegulatlon Track are conceded to bo among ' XnoSum,orUlb BUd the bwl on lUe iv hi'LKNdid contest ok upked each I dT. There u enured for these contests the -nesinem or nurses inis year tuavuas Deenon me rronnaa wr many seasons, Valuable aad handome lmnrovemenu KTOI have been made on the groundsand buildings. PREMIUM LIST, Has been revised and Improved to the credit of tbe exhibitors. Entries for Premiums close atSp-m. the first day of tbe Pair, and Exhibits must be In ptaM by 10 p. hi. of said day. PRICKS OP ADMISSION. I Men' Beaton ' '" J 1 f 0 w M - u'ninBii'i naosnn -rinrai sin omeu's rVafon Ticket. Men's Day Ties el U'm.i.i.l.t.u ll.At U) IS 53 ltaoo Track Tickets. UaTTyT. Women loYute Uourve. HYr Children under 13 years, Pree to all. Bend to tho Secretary at Portland fur a Prem ium List, J. AVPBK80N, President. J.T.aiUaa,crtary, 8-Sdawtd UMUC pmKo nucs knowa vr moutu YOU yUMUUMU wr J-HOTBUSUia ULJM YICUIATOXCBTO M. B6 MN.KO-3 PILE BEUFBV. GOT kUa wu dlrsotlr on rru aiUatad uwcm uuaauurtiiuiajt,actiiu TJJCW raMU7r.lkMaaka,n 3$?S Sold by Baskott k. Van Slype. Jiff 4ssaMMmBsssa' Willam ette University TrTEf BOG DIDNT FORGET HIS PART. A Book Agent Found This Out at the Cost of a Quarter. Thaxnanwaa a book agent Thero was no use denying that Any per son in his right mind would have known that he was a book agent His trousers were frayed out at the bottom; his Hat was knocked in at tho top, and"Iiis general appearance savored of many miles walked and lew shekels gathered. He ambled along tho deserted street a f ow rods and then stopped undecidedly before the gate of a yard which surrounded a small cot tage house. He was weighing in his mind the probability of a sale. Before ho concluded to enter the yard a sav age looking hound put in an appear arice on tho inside of the fence and made frantic efforts to reach the book agent's trousers through the palings. Not succeeding, in this diversion, the dog Bat down to await the time when the man should open the gate and enter the yard. The book agent had made up his mind that ho could sell an "Autobi ography" if he could but reach the front Bteps of the house. But the dog was determined that the agent should not reach the front steps under any condition. "Good doggy" and "Nice fellow" failed to make the least im pression, on the canine. He only howled defiantly on his side of the fence. His howls brought a man from around the corner of tho next house. Ho was an exceedingly lean and hungry appearing man. He took in tho situation at a glance and came over to where the book agent was vainly endeavoring to conciliate the dog. Ho thrust both his hands deep into his empty pockets and drawled eut: "Fer a quarter 111 call off tho dog." The book man must have thought that the chances of a sale at that particular-house wore extra good, for ho drew out the fourth part of a dollar and handed it the stranger. That in dividual carefully sounded it on his teeth, and being convinced of its gen uineness he dropped it into his ca pacious pocket. Then drawing his slouch hat down over his eyes and turning up his coat, collar, he assumed a highly dramatic attitude, and in stentorian tones he hissed ferth: "Tige, Tige, I say. Thou coward and thou brute, know'st thou that thy master lies captive in yonder wood, and dost thou linger here! Begone I Be-gon-n-n-e, I say I" The olog glanced up with a half curious look, and then turned shame facedly away, and putting his nose to tho ground he slunk quickly from sight "Yer see, pardner," explained the hungry looking man, "that dog an I use ter play in high tragedy, an he ain't fergot his cue yet An, by the way, I don't believe yerll sell a book in that house, cuz the folks has gone off today on a family picnic. They left the dog to look out for the house. Hot weather, ain't it? So long." Boston Journal. Sam's Liking For nis Playmate. Eight-year-old Sam spent a winter In Florida and was there limited to two little girls for playmates the only children in theviranity. Both were charming little maiderw one a plump, heavy little blond damsel, and the other a slim, thin, witchy little dark eyed elf. It was soon apparent to the young man's mother that ho exhibited a de cided partiality for Ethel, the stout little playmate, always giving her the largest piece of cake, tho lion's share of the caramels and tho prefer ence in all matters' of play. So tho mother remarked one day, with wiso dosiro to equalize her son's atten atten teons: "Sam, you ought not to give Ethel more than you do Isabel. You should treat them just alike. Isabel is just as nico as Ethel." It is easily imaginable that the small boy's mother was somewhat staggered when that discriminating youth answered gravely, "I uko em fat" New York Tribune. Early Wedding; Customs. The enamored maiden should have learned long ero this time that to "change the natno and not tho letter is to chango for tho worst and not tho better. " Also that to marry and yet "to keep her own name is to keep her condition forever the samo." Getting down to the wedding it self, it is Interesting to know that tho word is derived from tho Anglo Saxon term "wed," which was the namo of tho security given by the bridegroom at tho espousals. This "wed" was held by trustees, and the bridegroom furthor added such, pres ents as ho could afford, all of them to go to the bride, or in fact to revert to himself after he fulfilled his con tract of marriage. New York Sun. The Pith or Kenan's Heller. Absolute rejection of tho miracu lous was tho ono point to which Itenan hold steadfastly from first tO' last At tho samo time ho consider ed that tho great mass of mankind, could only realise religion under a mythological form and that of all such forms popular Christianity was the beat London Academy. i t rearfuL George Aren't you afraid much candy will hurt your complexion f Ethol-Yes. You ar, too, tint' youl New York Wskly. Unwelcome Children. Largo families, it has often been re marked, are uncommon in Franco. Pos sibly the fact that thero seems a very great prejudice against them may help in some degree to explain .the fact. A father of a faimly of 'four children and a highly respecable man, M. Lacroix, finds it absolutely impossible to obtain apartments near his plnce of business at St Mande, near Paris.. At,, several, places he was received by concierges with civilty until ho ventured to say he had a rather large family, when the door was promptly "shut upon him. Goingn little farther out of town to Vincennes, he managed, as ho thought, to secure a place and actually paid the "denier a Dien," or blackmail levied by concierges on new tenants. On presenting himself, however, with his four childrsn ho was politely but firmly told that the bargain must be de clared off. Fortunately M. Lacroix is a man of resource. The forest of Vin cennes is close at hand, and there he has erected a huge tent, divided into sepa rate apartments by means of curtains. For the present he declares his new abode is a delightful ono, for the weather in Paris is particularly fine. Meanwhile, he is taking legal proceedings against the owner of the house in which ne tooic the lodgings. London News. The srelancholy Season. The season has now come when the humorous writer proceeds to describe with much glee the struggles of the sum mer resort maiden to ensnare the occa sional man. The pleasantry, like the stovepipe joke, is peronnial, having re curred for somo years as regularly as the summer. And unfortunately it has a certain amount of truth in it In tho strugglo for life of a large watering place, where the girls are many and the competition fast and. furious, scarcity imparts to the entire masculine sex a fictitious value, ana the most inferior. specimens assume an exaggerated im portance, just as small, poor fruit may command a fancy price during a year when' trie peach crop has failed. The natural desire for attention, the potent fear of appearing neglected in the eyes of the.othor women, the deteriorat ing effect of wishing to get aueau or the rest, make many a nice girl angle for and contented with the notice of men to whom in New York, uhder happier con ditions, she would hardly care to bow. It is a rather saddeuing state of affairs, though the funny man does not think so, and one to make the judicious grieve. Vogue. Hood's Cures Mrs. A. a. Otnan Health and Strength Restored "I suffered severely with pains all over my body. During the spring I felt com pletely worn out and barely took food enough to keep me alive. I tried Hood's 8arsaparllla. The swelling has, subsided and the shooting pains are gone. I am" stronger and have a good appetite." Mus. A. G. Oslux, 34 Newman St , S. Boston, Mass. Hood's Pills nro purely vegetableand perfect in proportion and appearance. Before Going to the World's Fair Enquire About Tbe Limited Express trains of the Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway between St. Paul and Chicago and Omaha and Chirago. These trains are vestibuled, electric lighted and steam heated, with the Qu est Dining and Sleeping Car Service in the world, TheElectrlo reading light In each berth is the successful novelty of this progressive age, and is niguiy appreciat ed by all regular natrons of this line. Wo wish others to know its merits, as the Chicago Milwaukee & til. Paul Kail way is the only line in the west enjoy ing the exclusive use of this patent. For further Information apply to nearest coupon ticket agent, or address C. J. Eddy, General Agent, J. w. UASKY.Trav.jrafss. Agt, 226 Stark St., Portland, Or. tf AGtNTS WANTEU on Hilary and Commission for THE ONLY AUTHORIZED BIOGRAPHY OF JAMES 6. BLAINE, By O Alb HAMILTON, his literary executor, with thero onerat Ion ol his family, and for Mr Blaine's Complete Works. "TWENTV YKAIW OKCONQUKSH." and his later book, rULI T1CAL DI8CUHION " One prospectus for mese a uiuix heuujiiu hooks id. me maraei. A P. Jordan ot Me., took 113 orders (rem first 110 calls; agent's prom (19a.Su. Mrs Ballard of O. took 15 orders, IS deal Hussia, In one duy; Droflt SM.25. K N Klce.orMas.took27orden In 1 days; viodt f 47.16. J, atru'ee of Me. took- 43 orders rrom so cant; prom 176 a. k. A lalmer ofN. Dxk. look 43 orders InS days:, profit UN 25. KXCUJwlVKT lUUTOHYel en. If you wish to make LAitQg MONKY, write Immediately for Uimi to THE HENRY BILL PUB. CO., Norwich, Cop suitw GWN'& xrxoMts LIVER PILLS A MILD PHYSIC OKE FILL fftK for bmiul Taw eul lulu UnUill rU my am hut VMS MBBBrHSjn,m Bold by Bktt 4 VaoBlyp. I feS jBSg jBI y AM&mM IWVV ftSueSilE Vita f j rM for Infanta "Cacteria la so well adapted to ehOdresi that I reborn rnimdittts superior to any ,'fi!iulylil known to me." H. JL Aacmot, JtD., Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, H. T. "The use of' Castorla'U counlrersal and its merits so well known that It seems a work of supererogation to endorse It Few are tho Intelligent families who do not keep Caatorl within eavry reach." Cxxlos Mirrnr, D.D., New York City. Late Pastor Bloomlngdale Betormed Church. Tun Cairrxtm THE SEW WIxAM'BTTK -STABLES Completed and ready to wait on customers. Horses boarded by day or wek at reasonable prices. Wekeep a full lino -of Tractor -Drays and ExpreBato meet all demands. Also keep the finest Stallions in this county, for service. Sarn and residence 2 block south of postofflce. RYAN & CO. ' CLEAN. If you would be clean and have your clothes done up in the neatest and dressiest manner, take them to the SALEM STEXA1VI LAUNDRY where all work is done by white labor and in the most prompt manner. COLONEL J. OLMSTED, Liberty Street. CHURCH I 111 Puntps, Piimps.Piiinp BURROUGHS State Street. THE LEADING INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN PAPER OF THE VALLEY. CHEAPEST NEWSPEft IN OREGON Receiyinp all' the -..-' , '; Associated Piress . . ' ' Dispatches. Dffl'BfME.WMR, WEEKLY ' ' These low hard. times rates enable! eyer farmer to haye v . his daily paper and know the.state of the market and all the news of the world. ' v J.ditoridfcqmrpent is fearJesa JandJ independent. Edited " -j ,' . . by its publishers to secure good gpvernment for the people, able to deal justly andtfairly with all. CompleteTdeg For eign, Market and Crop News. TRY THE 'ONE eEW'T DAILY!" 25ie:n.ta &IomliLV-$l?0f5r A Months $3 a Year, Postpaid. The Only-One Cent Newspaper on thp Ceast: More newi jhan.a'ny six weeklies that cost $9 ta$l2 a year. No papers sent after time 5a out. r AileitiYAlkSartai Refers. m - x .s . ' . Editor. nd-Publisherfl, " t , and Children. Castor! at esna CoHa. I Sour Stomach. Dtarrivna. 1 Kills Worms, gtras alotp, aad proroot 4 KUIMOU, Without Injoriava txtedleaUoa. Tor aereral yean I hart reeommesjei your Castori.' and shall always oontinu t) do so as U baa lnrariably produced beneosUl results." Kawnr r. Pabdh. X. D., ' Tbe Wlathrop," Uftth Street aad 7th Art, New York Cay. Coiovurr, TT Kraaar Dtbjuct, New Yobs. ' a jjoiiDie Mewsnnr u i ,'. al3JB, Oregc BJ t n 'in- " ' ik- - iiinnasji-., ttifi i iidhutm i di Aikrm r via1'"-" "