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UrggBflSSSLnn yr" 1M """--.' i!MiJUTU i
talk for raueflim.
BUT IT IS NOT A DISGRACE TO
Yd Some Suffer in Silence and will not Open the
Matter to their Physician even.
WU OAN BE BRIGHT EYED AND HAPPY.
yroinltieXwjttt, Chthalh, llluft.
The neighbors called her a walking corpse.
For ntf Kur "l,e ,livl ",flL'r''', fr,,m ,0M
fr blood and drops). Sl'p ,,aJ "ol ,,le
ilrencib to Hanil 'l"1"'' 8,, 1",,, 'Pcnl
ihounibof rtol'ora with tlie doctors uiul
h-j ,m unaMa t find relief. Her onse
tr icon'' rcil hopclens.
Tbit i. lie experience of Mr. C. Heed, a
w,il-kn' n lady of this city
', , r' r porter called upon her at her
home tot fmsJay. rtho was willing l he
)Dt,Mie,vei!, she said, if sIicpuuM 1 the
means of pointing out to other unfortunates
lit wny to recovery ntid good health.
"li'lm I) 'i n k'r fifteen yenn, slnre the
...li.lv aorttJ Itself," sud Mm. Reed.
W d to? until Within the last for
months. I never knew what it was to be well
f'r n single day. I cou d not sleep. My
,, D-tlle went away and I bfjran to lose ileal;.
This continued for year. I became so weak
IcouM not wait upon myself. I had to huvo
Ihe help of others to dress and undrrsj, even
o walk from one room tp another. I lost ull
rar strength. In luldltion, I had dropsy of
the blood. My limbs were swollen, nnd
nothing I confd do seemed to afford mo re
Hrf The doctors said I must take iron to
itre'nsrthenaiid invigorate my blood. I took
Iron-took it by the bottle nnd by the box :
twk It morning, noon and night. Hut It did
no good, and 1 had filially lost nil hone.
"jUlastlMW an account of Dr. Willliiuiv
Pink Pills for Pale People. I thought this
fitted my ease exactly and I tried to get some
of the pills. They were not kept at the
drugstores here, and I had to send to Olym
pli. They came finally, however. I began
to take them and experienced relief Immedl.
stelr. I sent for two more loxes to the Or.
Williams' Company at Schencctatly. N. Y.,
in.l hy the time I had taken them I felt like
a new woman. I have bceu taking them
ocaulouslly since then.
"It vits two rears ngo that I began to use
Dr Williams' Pink Pills. I was sixty years
of ays then, and had not been nble to do my
housework for many years. Now I am able
to care for myself, to do my own work, and I
can walk long distances without being espe
"I think my cure is a marvelous one, nnd'
U due entirely to the Pink Pills for Pale
People. Without them I fear I should have
been dead before now.
"Since my cure has become known the
drujgUU here have always kept the pills,
and I do not have to send away for them any
more. I hare recommended them to several
ofmjr neighbors, and I know that they have
done much good in more than one case aim!
lar to my own."
In order to confirm this statement-beyond
all doubt Mrs. Heed offered to make affidavit
to its truth, and the affidavit if here pre
sented: Sr.tTK ok W'ARIIISOTO.V.l
County ok Lnwis. J
1 Mm. Martha L. Heed, being first duly
mora on her oath, says that the lias read the
foregoing report of an interview with her,
and that the same is as she gave it and is
correct in every particular.
(8igned) Mrs. Maivtha L. Eked.
Sulcr!bed and sworn to before me this
14th day of May, 1835. ft
I J. M. Kkpneii, Notary Public.
I A cue of similar Import and of much in
terest is here given also, the same having
been originally published by the Advance
of Opdensburg, N. Y. While it is from the
ftr east, the facts can nevertheless be easily
substantiated by writing the patient direct,
i Every female who is neariue the critical
period of a woman's life will bo pJeucdto
Please notice the cut in prices
on the following!
Swu, plain io cents
Under drawers 5 to locents
Under shirts , 5 to 10 cents
jw.perpair 3 cenls
niadierchtefi 1 cent
alk handkerchief s 3 cents
Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen,
ed other work in proportion.
Flannels and other work in
diligently washed by hand,
Col. J, Olmsted Prop,
la all towns and localities throughout the
.i.!tM nd territories to sell the Fount-
her and Steam Cooker, the best in
,,. aavea its own price in the wear of
" In leu than ilx months. Sent CO.
blIpre$PrePald'for3-So, in tin;! $5
Bttpjxr. For particulati, address '
ItS , . T. B. DROWN,
iiSjWeitreet. Salem. Oregon.
SALEM WATER, CO.
Office: Willamette Hotel Bulldinr
tA,MnUt ?." aPPly t:office. Dill
Wble monthly In advance. Make a
oa ! ! . no deductton in water rate
tuYTi Ul ieroPror absence from the
T onle notic8 u'left the office.
Ti water for irrigation will only be
J"1 to tegular consumers using watei
wallTT.'1,6 PurP. Contractors for atdt--rttdB.
ck ?$ nd plMtering will plea
SLri?4? bulMine Purposes" page 17 l
g of rates for 1893. APP 7 at ok
LT"01!'- CCottle Block
feT liC' M- Bwk & Co. j
UUWcisug and confectionery. F.'W.
,. err tr j
-t.jLy.Jtri.'iOWi,-3-rf'a-.-Of-JV'w i l'tC- rO ,U !, . SA-Y - - """'"--, .- . .. r"'5S. -I VftjW. , ,X.
hear the story told by Mrs. Frank Murray,
ns follews: '
Mrs. Frank Murray, who resides near
Ogdenshurg, N. Y., says : " I am 40 y.ars of
age, and for a number of years resided in
i'reeoott, Ont. We moved over here some
tiino n and have worked this farm since.
Ills vthiit Is known as the Ferguson Farm
nudUsif.outslxmllesout from the city. My
hu-lmml is now working in Ogdciisburg at
hiri trade, tliut of a ttono ma&on, while my
children and myself curry on the furm.
"I iiiivcbeeii u great sufferer from sick
headache, which would generally come on
almut evening, and 1 would be completely
prmtrated. not even able to lift my hand or
IiFlpniykcff Innuy way. ThiwM.elU would
Inn for about 24 hcurs, nnd would leave me
in so x.eakeued a condition that for a few
days I could scarcely drag about the house.
Periodically the spells would come on me.
I have also had considerable spinal trouble,
the sharp, darting tongues of pain being
most severe, following ulong my spine and
to the buck of my head.
"Have doctored much, but without the
dcilrcd result. 1 heard of Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Talc People, nnd also later
heard of the cures they had effected in a
number of persons personally known to me,
and it was their published stories that de
cided me to try them.
" I got some of Ihe pills, nnd after I had
taken the first box I had no more headaches
for several months. Last fall the headaches
returned, however, and I took another box
of the pills and am hnppy to say havo not
since been bothered.
"This summer my head began to bare a
heavy feeling, and ut times I was quite
drowsy, but no pains accompanied it. I
now have more pills and though I've taken
only a few I feel well again.
"I don't think any person could stand it
a great while to be troubled as I was and
stand the amount of pain. I know that
Pink Pills are a good medicine and fully
what they arc represented to be. I have
recommended them to some of my frh-ndf
with beneficial results. Oh, my, yi! 'liny
have done wonders for me. I do nil n:
own housework on the farm. We have a
dairy of twelve cows, and often when the
boys nre very busy getting In the crops 1
have milked all the cows atone."
Dr. Williams' Pink Fills for Pale Peo
pie are nn unfailing remedy for all dis
eases arising from a poor and watery rondi
tlou of the blood, such as pale nnd wil
low complexion, general muscular weakness,
loss of appetite, depression of spirit, lack oi
ambition, anemia, chlorosis or green sick
ness, palpitation of the heart, shortness of
breath on slight exertiou, coldness of hands
or feet, swelling of the feet and limbs, pain
in the back, nervous headache, dizzlnevi,
loss of memory, feebleness of will, ringing in
the ears, early decay, all forms of female
weakness, hucon-lima, tardy or irregular
periods, suppression of menses, hysteria,
paralysis, locomotor ataxia, rheumatism,
sciatica, all disease depending on vitiated
humors in the blood, causing scrofula,
swelled glands, fever sores, rickets, hlp-loint
diseases, hunchback, acquired deformities,
decayed bones, chronic erysipelas, catarrh,
consumption of the bowels and lungs, aud
also for invigorating the blood and system
when broken down by overwork, worry, dis
eases, excesses and indiscretions of living, re
covery from acute diseases, such tit fevers,
etc., loss of vital powers, spermNtorrhiea.
early decay, premature old age. They act
directly on the blood, supplying to the blood
its life-giving qualities by assisting it to
absorb oxygen, that great supporter of all
orgauio life. Pink Pills are sold by nil deal
ers, or will be sent post paid on receipt of
price, BO cents a box or six boxes for J2.G0,
by addressing Dr. Williams' Medicine Co,
Marion County Populist Ticket
K. L. niBBARD. II. CLEVELAND,
GEO. n. CALDWELL, T. J. Mo
CLARY, P. A. MYERS,
I. M. WAGNER.
R. II. LEABO.
GEO. M. BROWN.
R. R. RYAN.
T. Y. McCLELLAN.
II. W. COPELAND.
S. R. BDRFORD, Jit.
DR. T. L. GOLDEN.
t am prepared to do all kinds of work in
wood and iron. Repairing machinery ol
any kind or making and repairing stone cut
ters, tools and edged tools of any kind made
ana repaired; wagons nu oubu'c ".
and new ones made to order. Horseshoeing,
the best that can be done in town-band.
made shoes. Plates and running shoes care-
r..ii ,).,! tn Pill si mv stand, at 100
Chemeketa street, back of New York Racket
11. . IIKIUiUIIUAIJ.
Will receive children from 3 years upward
Special attention to begin""' All desired
branches for tbeolder pupils taught, includ
lng drawing, modeling, music plain and ar
tUtic i-eedle work All work done, on the In
dividual plan, in which each child is ad
vanced according to its own capacity. For
terms and particular apply to M las O.Hal
inn Twentieth and Chemeketa stx.
Havo You 9n
the sr Poioa Tvrr BpT U s gtrea
Miss Ballou's School
f with each box of Powder. Ask for It.
sTATi REPtiuLicAN tIcW
For Supremo Judge,
R. S. BEAN, or Lane County.
For President lul Electors,
T. T. GEER, of Murlon County.
S. M. YORAN, of Lane.
E.L. SMITH, of Wasco.
J. F. CAl'LES, of Multnomah.
tor Congressman First Congressional
TIIOS. II. TONGUE, of Washington
For District Attorney Third Judicial
OHN A.CARSON.of Marlon County.
COUNTY HEl'UULIOAN T1CICKT.
r DR. J. N. SMITH, of Salem,
II L. BARKLEY, of Woodburn,
r E. W. CHAPMAN, of Brooks,
M KINLEY MITCHELL. ofGervals,
DAVID CRAIG, or Muclcay.
GROVE P. TERRELL, of Mchama.
J. N. DAVIS, of Sllvorton. -
L. V. EIILEN, ot Buttcvllle.
F. T. WRIGHTMAN, of Salem
F. W. WATERS, or. Salem.
J. W.SHOBARlVof Garlleld.
BJ B. HERRICK, or. Yew Park.
JASPER .MINTO, or-Salcm.
GEO. W. JONES, or Jefferson.
A. M. CLOUGH, or Salem.
ForiJustlco or the Peace Salem Dlst.,
n. A. JOHNSON Jr.
A. T. WALN.
The representatives ot the Republicans o(
tho state of Oregon in convention assembled,
call attention to the condition of industry
throughout the country, as a proof of the
necessity of returning to the policy of the Re
publican party under which there was general
prosperity during thirty years.
Wo reaffirm the principles of the Republi
can national platform ol 1892, and assert that
the results that have followed the change de
creed by the election of that year have justi
fied our protest against the national policy
adopted by the Dcmocratlo party.
we believe that the government should
have an ample revenue, with a sufficient sur
plus over ordinary expenditures to provide for
coast defences, for the steady building up of
the navy, and for the constant reduction of
Ihe public debt. We believe that the present
tariff, with its lowered rates and its destruc
tive and dishonest system of undervaluations
and discriminations as to localities, should be
replaced by one framed on protective princi
ples similar to that of the MclCinley bill and
arranged to give amplo protection to Ameri
can wages and American industry, and to re
store the reciprocity policy of James G.
We have always civen protection to our
shipbuilders. In late years we havo neglected
to protect our shipowners. We believe the
time has come to restore to the policy of
Washington and Hamilton, which, by dis
criminating duties in favor of American bot
toms, secured go per cent of our carrying
.trade to American ships, and which, If now
restored, would again revive our shipping and
cause American freights to be paid to Ameri
cans. The American 'people, from tradition and
interest, favor bimetalism, and the Republi
can party demands the uso of both gold and
silver as standard money with such restrict
ions and under such provisions to be determ
ined by legislation, as will secure the main,
tenance of the parity of values of the two
metals, so that the purchasing and debt-pay.
lng power of the dollar, whether of silver,
gold or paper, shall be at all times equal,
Tho interest of the producers of the country
Its farmers and Its workingmen demand
that every dollar, paper or coin, issued by
the government shall be as good as any other
Resolved, That we earnestly endorse the
proposed amendment to the constitution of
the United States, providing for the election
of United States senators by popular vote,
recently reported from the committee on
privileges and olections by Senator Mitchell
and now pending consideration in the United
Resolved. That tho application of the Ore
con delegation in congress to the president of
the United States and now pending before
him. praying a modification of bis procla
mation creating the Cascade forest reserve, is
hereby earnestly approved, and we appeal to
the president to grant the prayer of our dele
gation in congress.
We realize the importance and magnitude
of the fishing industry on the Columbia river
and would recommend that some provisions
be made for a state hatchery for artificial
propagation, and that the laws regulating the
closed season be rigidly enforced.
That wo endorse the efforts of our repre
sentatives In congress to secure repayment to
the settlers of Oregon of the excess of $1.35
per acre wrongfully collected by the governt
ment on lands located in the limits of the
unearned Northern Pacific railroad land gran
The construction of the Nicaragua canal is
of the highest importance to the American
people, both as a measure of national defense
and to build up and maintain American com
merce. It is moreover of special Importance
to our Pacific states and we demand Its
completion as speedly as possible by the
irovernment of the United States.
We hereby endorse the action of our sena
tors and representatives in congress in their
endeavor to secure grants rf pensions to
Indian war veterans.
We pledge the Republican party to a rigid
economy In the expenditure of public money;
to the reductiou of excessivo salaries; and the
abolishment of the fee system whenever
possible, and of all useless commissions; and
believe that no appropriation should be made
to any school or charitable institution not
under the control of the state; and oppose the
Incorporation into the geueral appropriation
bill of items for the expenditure of public
money not authorized by law.
We demand the enactment of rigid restrict
ions on foreign Immigratlon.both for protection
of our country against illiterate arid vicious
classes from foreign lands and for protection
of our labor and preservation to our own
people of the remainder of our national
We commend the policy of the Republican
party in relation to internal fmpiove
ments, and in particular in opening our
waterways to commerce, and we denounce tbe
illiberality of Democratic party In these ro
T. E.Feix, SolHibscii,
. Secretarr. Chairman
H1RTT rar oTisorvfttlon of
avUlioHa of yersoHD, parmlt
iH KsErv ilsHsish. flR SB H fl H lv 1
It is natinciUoaa.'Mr tho tost romody for lafanta nad CliUdrea
the world haa over knowa. It 1 harmless. Chlldroa IIIcb It. It
selves -tbera health. It will anva tholr lives. In It Mothers have
Bomothlagf ghloh la alisolntolr aafo and TiraotlosJly yorfoot an a
Cnstorla destroy Wiormsu
Castorla allay rovorlshaesa.
Castorln. Tirovoat vomiting Soar Card.
Cftstorla onron Plarrhma nadl Wind Collts.
Cast or I a rollnvea Toothlag Tronhlon.
Caatorla onrcs CoasUpatloB and Flatnloaoy.
Castorla nentrallnea thn cgooU of carhonlo Bold gaa or polooaoaa air.
Castorla dooaaotooatola morphine, opium, or other HttrcoUo property.
Castorla awlmllfttoa tho food, rcgalatos the, stomach nnd Tiowols,
glviag healthy aad aatnral sleep.
Castorla la pat ap 1h QBa-wlro liottloa only. It la not gold la hnlh.
Poa't allow stay ona to soil yoa anything olo oa the plea or promUo
that It la ".just oa good" and "will answer every pnrposo."
gee that yon fct C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
The .fact ballo
Children Cry for
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
The Willamette Hote
Reduccd'ratea. Management liberal.
and points ofintercst. Special rates will be
B. C, HANSEN, MANAGER.
Onlvcoi lnrs:iuul. tSatHfaclion RUiranteel.
FOR SALE GfW.
Most desirable location. Inquire at this office.
m &m ffirf&r
i tz -,.
Pullman Sleeping Oars
Tourist Sleeoino- Care.
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Dulutb, l'argo,
Grand Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg,
Helena and Butte.
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, rew
lYork, JJoston, and all Points
East and South
lJUFor information, time
tickets, call on or writo 'r
cards, '.maps and
THOMAS, WATT & CO.
265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
A. D, Charlton, Asst. Gtn'l. Pass. Act.,
Morrison at., comer Third Portland, Or.
-- ,4. " "
Castoria with tka tiateowBga of
ns to apoak of It without gwoslqrf.
and AXLE GREASE
OF THIS CITY.
Electric cars leave hoiel for all public buildings
given to permanent patrons.
A. I. WAGNERi
S it 1 buk of ' 'State Insurance.' block
Eastern R, H. Company
I.YAQUINA IUV ROUTE.
Francisco tc Vani
Yanulna Day with the Ha
aqulna nay Btcamsmp uo.
Sails from Yanulna every 8 days for San
Francisco, Cool llay, Port Oiford, Trinidad
and Humbolt Hay.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or polntt jwest to Ban
Francltcoi Cabin, 0j steerage, $4: to Coos
llay and Port Orford, cablr. f 6; to Humboldt
Uay, cabin iX; round trip, good 60 davs, spe
cial. .RIVER DIVISION.
Steamers "Albany" and "Win. M. Hosg,"
newly fumliksd, leave Salem dally, except
Saturdays, at II a m., arriving at Portland
the same day at 5 p. in. Returning boats
leave Portland same day ns above at 6a, it,,
arriving at Salem at 3 p, m.
EDWIN STONE, Manager. Corvallls, Or.
J. C. MAYO, Supt. River Division.
M. l UALDWIN, Local Agent.Allona Dock
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Salem, - Oregon.
II ffll MS
EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Cti.
California Express "rain Run dan between
Portland and San Francuco.
ai, To 1 p.m
lv. I 6:00 a, m
lv, 1 7100 p. m
8150 p. m.
1 1 :oop. m.
10:45 " '"
Above trains stop at East Portland, Oregon
City, Wordburn, Salem, Turner, Marion,
Jefferson, Albany, Albnny'Junclion, Tangent.
Shedds, Ilalscy, Harrlsburg, Junction City,
Eugene, Crcswtll, Drain, and all stations
from Roseburg to Ashland, Inclusive,
ROSKUURO MAIL DAILY.
lv. Salem lv.
ar. Iloscb'g lv.
South I I "Nortb
4:00 p.m. lv. Portland nr. 10:15 a.m.
0:15 p.m. 1 ar. Salem lv. 8:00 a.m.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN liUWET SLEEPERS
and second-class sleeping cars attached to all
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
lietween Portland and Corvallls, dally
la: is p.m.
Ar. 1 6iao p. m,
At Albany and Corvallls connect with
trams of Oregon Contra! & Eastern Railroad,
Express train dally except Sunday.
414S P. "
75 P. ".
8125 a, m.
Ar. McMlntllle Lv
to all points In the Eastern Slates, Canada
urope can be obtained at lowest ratci
W.W. SKINNER, Agent, Salem.
P, ROGERS, Asst. O. V. Si V. A.,
. t'ortianu, (jr.
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
& Si, Paul lly,(
GLANCE AT THIS MAP.
Of the Chicago, 'Milwaukee and,St. Paul
Railway and note its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha,
and remember when nolnrr east that Its trains
aro lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment isfsuperb. Elegant
Pullet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping
car oei tn lias an electric reaatntr lamp, and
Us dining cars aro Ihe best in the world,
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no other offers the above lux.
urlous accommodations, Theso are sufficient
reasons for the popularity of "Ilia Milwau
kee." Coupon ticket agents in every rail
road office will give yon further Information,
ZP, J.EDDY, General Agent,
J. W. CASEY, TittV. Pass. Agent.
0. R. & N. CO.
GIVES THE CHOICE
Via Spokane Minneapolis St'Paul and Den
ver Omaha and Kansas Cily,fe,Low rates to
Portland San Fianclsco,
r Steamers leave Alnsworth dock, Portland
May 17, 22, 37 and June 1,6, u , 6, 21, 26
tare Cabin, $55 steerage, $2.50.
WILLAMFTTE RIVER DIVISION.
Steamers Ruth and Elmore for Portland
dally except Sunday at 10 it, m.
For Coryallii daily except Sunday at 2:30
l'or Eugene Monday and Thursday at zyo.
Lowest freight and passenger rates. Koand
trip tickets very cheap, 'tickets sold end
baggage checked through tn all points with
out extra transfer charges.
For full details' call on Boise & Parker
agents, Salem, Chti, or address.
Gen'l l'ai. Agt, rorthmd, G
For full detain call on or add
G, M. TOWERS,
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