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-wpwtwC- . -f-m up yny- ! w--iip T VftVp-i-" Mjft AWIf" IP The Plain Truth ! good enough for Hood' Baraiparllla. Just What it docs-is suffloient to prove- its merit. Tho iwifo of Rov.Chas. Bwithen batik, Cosumne, CL, lays: In this ma larial country, wo have felt dull, tired, depondont, no nppotite. HInoo talcing Hood's Sarsaparilla wo havo been restortd to health. We reo otnmond It heartily." Get HOOD'S. Hnnrf'fl 'PIUc " tasuim, mild, so. liUOU rlllS tlTf, AlUnifgUtt! W VOTED FOR HIS FRIEND. Pathetic Incident of the Contest for Senator From Kentucky. Seven hours after voting for the man or his choice before the Democratic Senatorial caucus Tsanc Wilson, Rep resentative from Nelson county, passed calmly from tho exciting scenc3 of earth. Truth seldom tells a tale of such noble loyalty to a friend and com rado as thai which was exhibited by the dend legislator. ITc was brought to the capital upon a dying ded, real izing that he would never rise from 11 again and cxpicsslng tho one desln that ho should live long enough to d something toward tho success of hi. friend, Senator Ulackbum. Mr. WI1 sou died at 5 o'clock this morning It his room at the Capita! Hotel andsiir lounded by tho relatives who had beet summoned by telegraph. A year ag he weighed 175 pounds but his corps is a more shadow, a wasting dlscaso o tho stomach havjng slowly eaten hli life away. 'There were strong objee tlons on the part of his family and o his family and of Senator Blackburn but ho was determined to come at al hazards. He knew and said that tin hard trip would shorten his life, bu ho declard that ho preferred t take the risk and help his friend After he was brought hero last Mon day one of tho first callers was Scnato. Blackburn, who fought sklo by side b; witli him for four years. ThcScnato was deeply moved ajid expressed regro that Mr. Wilson had not listened t his request and remained athome. L was believed that ho would die In day or two "I have no fear of dying Senator," hesald;uyou must nob thlnl that you will fall torccolvomy vote It tho caucus, for I urn determined tollv. until It Is held, and shall exert over force of my nature to keep tho breat! within my body until Senator Fultoi has cast my proxy for you. Then 1 shall resign myself to the Inevitable.' Mr. Wilson hung between life ant death, tho end being expected at .an) moment, but ho Insisted that ho would be alive to cast his vote which wat done lust night. Senator Fulton, n life-long friend, returned to tho roon and assured him that the vote of Isaat Wilson had been cast for J. C. fc Blackburn, IIo closed his eyes ant sank raqldly to Ills death. "" Oregon's first need is a cutting dowi of public expenses, to necessities o. government economically administer cd. For a reduction In tho cxpensci of government wo can only look tt those who frame our laws, and thost fn whoso hands Is the appropriation o public funds tho men who form th legislative and executive branches oi the state and county government. -CALL FOR CONVENTION. A" Republican convention for-' tho ttttteof Oregon- is bllMto ta&rt, In thecity of' roHlHnaronTliu'rwl&ri April 0, 180(5, at 11 o'clock a. in., for tho purpose of nominating candidates for tho presldcntal electors and state and district offices, except congress men, and of electing four delegates-at 1 trge to the Republican national con Tentlon, and to transact such other business as may properly come before t le convention. Tho convention will consist of 237 delegates choon by the Biveral counties as follews: Baker 5 Benton 5 v. inhiinms ....11: Clatson Columbia Coos Crook .... Curry .... Douglas . Gilliam Grant... iliuney 2 Jackson 7 Josephine 4 Klamath 2 Lake 3 Lane 10 Linn 10 Lincoln ......... .'1 Malheur 3 Marlon 1!) Monow 3 Multnomah ...-..-18 Polk 8 Sherman 3 Tillamook 3 Umatilla 0 Union 8 Wallowa 3 Wasco .".. 7 Washington ....11 Yamhill.. '..... The same belnir one dclcuatc-nt- large fiomcach county and one dele gate for every 200 votes and for every fraction over one-half thereof cast for the Republican candidate forgovernor at tho election held In this stato on June 4, 1891. The committee rcccomends that the primaries be held on Saturday, March 21, and tho county conventions oh Sat urday, Marclt 28, 1800, unless otlier A'lse ordeied by tho proper" county committees. All vqtcrs ln favdr dPtho Rcpubll jun principle of protection to Ameri can industries, and American labor, the upbuilding of 'iflloine market, a sound financial policy and a patriotic mforcement Of tho Monroe doctrl no are cordially Invited to unite with us. Gjxmorj A. Steel William Kapus, Chairman. Secretary. Portland, Or., Feb. , 1890. DISTRICT CONVENTION. A "Republican convention for the first cdngrcsslouul district, of the stato of Oregon, Is hereby called to nect In the city of Albany on Tubs- lay, April 7, 1800, "aT3p".'in. for the purpose of nominating a candidate for congress and two delegates to the Matlonal Republican convention. Tho invention will consist of 122 delc- ;atos to bo chosen by tho several canities, as follews: Lake 3 Lincoln 3 Linn 10 Marlon 10 ;Polk., 8 Tlllaliiook 3 Washington ....11 Yanihill 0 Jcntou fi 'oos 4 Jurry 2 Mackamas ....12 oscphino .... 4 acksoti 7 )ouglas 0 Clamath 2 ..ano 11 Tho samo being one delegate at I irgo for each county,and one for each !00 votes, or fraction over one-half -hereof, cast for tho Republican gov ernor fit tho election held Juno 4, 189-1. Tho commltto recommends that the rimarles and county conventions be idd In accordance with the reconv Herniation of the state central com nlttcc. Tiios. n. Tongue, President. J. A. Wilson, Secretary. THEN WHY COMPLAIN ? Senator McBrlde, as far as can be scertalned, leans toward goldbuglsm, lo likely fears to take Issue with such raclcs of his party as John Sherman ind others. IIo fits the shoes of J. N, Dolph to a fine degree of consistency. There was Do change. Astoria News. The teachers of the Weston Stato .formal school will hereof tor leach tho public scliools of Weston as a normal training school. Tho Weston Leader says: "By. this means there A'lll be a great saving effected to tho listrlct, and tho seniors will be af forded an opportunity to practice. This plan will enable the children of iVcston to remuln in 6chool until lunois." Tho paper further says .his places that town alongsldo of .ho larger cities of Oregon. The children of Weston ordinarily liavo only six months school. we u.Give Tou n. -Jl OwululUtl bMt qutlltx A RAZOR If YOU Snd US cSm ud OO ctBtt. OR, WR WILL SEND 4 3-BLADE PENKNIFE IM pMTUttMd t U1. P-r 60 CoapoM, or 2 Coupons and 60 cent. 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