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limbs, use n A IXtIjt?- Porous nnuwiv & BEAR m MtND-Not one of the host of counterfeits and imita tions is as good as the genuine. Ejfttirsion Rates XX TO THE J3ALLDM, Commencing Oct. 7, Great McKinleyBryan Debate STATE DAIRY DAY, 1'IONEERS' DAY, LADIES' DAY, IUBY DAY, FKU1T DAY, AND SPECIAL DAYS FOR ALL INTERESTS. Elegant New WORKING DAIRY EXHIBIT, HORSE - RACES - DAILY GREAP' MUSIC" FURNISHED BY PARSONS' BAND. Concerts Every Night, 25(. CHEAP ADMISSION 25c. SEASON TICKETS FOR CAMPERS. 10TO-BA0 . ... v'w.H-a. .. cViryiftA. mm nwwA HmAvn. liu iii. Nu-to-biiolstho.H-enfcjHnorTe-food to tho world. Many RalnWponndslnlOQavaaiiqitnoTC! .. .in ih.Hn.b ImMMnr mnn ttrnno vlfrnmni nnrl tnxrnptlP. .111H.t tfY A DOZ. YOU Will DO Q6- .Ulitud. Wo oxpoot you to believe what wo say. lor a euro Is absolutely fnmranteed by druculsts i every itbero. Send lor our booklet OoirtToDaecoSnlt and hmoso VourLlio Away' written Kuwantco uod MWiaiaplo. AaaresaTIABHTJiaiilKailjaaiiJIia: CO., CbJcasoorWewlTorli. D. J. FRY, Agent, -EXCELSIOR;; - STABLE- E. C. HANSEN, MANAGE-R. "'uKi.i.l hirM k-I. tm.d tin ruir'if;l talil.i luck of Slats Insurance blocl PROPOSALS FOR .STATIONERY. OrMCK OP TllESKCKtl'ARV OF hTATE, Salem, Oregon. Sept. i, 1896 ) Sealed proposals will be received at this office until noon, November 2, 1806, to furn ish the following articles for the State of Ore yon for the use of the IQth Biennial Session of the Legislative Assembly: 35 reams legal cap, 14 lbs. No. 7 ruling white laid, laid, Charter Oak or Scotch linen, or other pood naoer. 30 reams first class Congress note, or other good paper. 7-pound.R No. 7 ruling, white laid. I22S 20 reams letter paper, !2 lb No. 7 ruling white laid, Carew, Charter Oak, or Scotch linen, or other good paper. 20 reams of typewriter, letter size, Paragon letter wove No. y, or other good paper. 20 reams typewriter, legal size, Paragon, letter wove No. 3, or other good paper. 6 reams typewriter, legal size, Paragon, letter wove No. 1 JJ, or other good paper. 6 boxes Little's Satin finish carbon, blue, size 8 x loVi. 6 boxes Little's Satin finish carbon, blue, size 8 x 13. 10.000 No. 6 1.2 envelopes, 60 lbs. No. I, rag XXX. 12 Gross railroad steel pens, No. 49. 20 Gross Gillott's steel pens, No. 404. 4 Gross Gillott's steel pens, No. 303. 8 Gross Esterbrook 'I" pens ' 6 Gross Falcon steel pens, No. 048. 6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'s Probate steel pens No. 313. 6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'s Judge's Quill ateel pens No. 312. J 6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'s Chancellors. Ateel pen No 239. 6 Gross London Incandescent, M. Jacobs No. 4. 2 Dozen SanfordU Cardinal ted ink, Dints. S Gross pen holders, black enamel, large, 10 Dozen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstands No. 558. 4 IJozen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstands, No. 554. 10 Dozen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstandi No. 420. 12 Dozen ivory folders, 9-inch standard. 4 Dozen ivory folders, lo-inch Congress. 4 Dozen mucilage cups, No. 8, Morgan's patent. 10 Dozen mucilage stands, reservoir, No. 6, Morgan's patent. 3 reams Parker's treasury blotting paper, or other good paper, 140 lbs. assorted colors. 2 Gross No. 2 Eagle recorder lead pencils, style 660, 5 Dozen Sanfori's premium fluid, quarts 2 1-2 D,czen Stafford's writing fluid, quarts. IS Dozen gummedstub files, No.. 21,1 1 x IS inches, soo pages. " 4 Dozen Duplex cupboard letter clips, legal ize. 20 Dozen Duplex cupboard Utter.clips. IS Dozen Faber's rubber rulers, 14-inch flat. 15 Dozen steel erasers, Rogers' No. 18,149, bone. 3 Dozen steel erasers, Rogers' No. 18, 149, ebony,. 70 boxes Faber's No. 300 rubber bands, assorted sizes. 5 Gross Faber'i lead pencils, NoJ 2, hexa gon, gilt. u Gross Faber's lead pencils, No. 2, round, gilt. 20 Dozen Faber's patent ink and pencil " -"-, I.MIWHVIH, , f p .--,.., W. Q Plaster on All Railroads OPEGON XX OREGON. Closing Oct, 13, on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Poultry Building W GUARANTEED "tOBACCO HABIT tndae.wvthnflAlrn f.irtnhft(m1n nnr Salem, Oregon. 3.000 McGill's patent paper fasteners.No. 2 oiind lulls, white 3,oo(i McUillN patent paper fasteners.No. 4, flat head. 15 Dozi-n table pad to hold paper, 19x20 inches, strong leather tips. 15 Dozen waste paper biskets, cross-bar No. 4. 3 Dozen waste paper baikols, small, No.ll, round. 29 lbs, hemp twine No. 2.. 4 Dozen Sanford's mucilage, quarts. Bids should be marked "Proposals for ritn .tionery." None but the best quality of goods will be accepted. The right to reject any or all bids 11 le. served. All the above articles to be deliv red at Silem on or before December 15,1896. There being at the present time no money available for paying lor the above supplies, bids'will only be accepted under the express condition, agreement and understanding that tho Successful bidder will look to, and de pend upon the next legislature appropriating money to pay the claim, Very resp ectfully, ' v II R. KINCAID, 9.5.2m Secretary of State. &:: FASHIONS CHANGE y DOT t POZZONFS $ ia t POWDER X ill HEMANSAMVAYSTnE8ASIE.fi :'j vv V The finest, purest and most beautl- V i lying toiieipowuer ever umuo. . .A rhotBlnir. heallnir. healthful and F harmless: and when rightly used Is A Imlalblc If you havo never tried T A r 9 A POZZOWI'S A fS. you do not know what an IDKAI, f& A IT IS SOLD KVEUYWIIEItE. a &2XZ& J7"r . r- UU i' 1 n"n ""Unpou t&Jst?Jx rciuMy ' r iUiiorrhts r...Ttfti?a ..!, f,n r-nntorrlius. f-rilllb U'lil". . 1 '.natural il" rlit'. ft spy IntlsDicis lion. inlUHuii ur ulars 1 . f.Ailt A&sintJrtfll f eitinu m.u1. . . . . .inaft. IfHEtt kew0HATlO3flpor M u plain rppcf t,y tXiifHW, pTjlIJt."" iVi lirculir wot m reiiKt $100 worth for 10c. j.rtriu""" isr,.i. orifnc Who Value I'lZU THR UNION CAMPAWN, Dates and Appointments for Bryan Meet ings. Tliu IJriari Utilou campalirn com inlttco annqiincest the following dates '!"d "PPotnt-inuiits for wakcis. In tlii County ctiiinultteM anil lucitl chair ina ii should make nrranj:eiiieiitsror iieseiiioetiiiKsaiidcoiiiniunicatewitli mi; a .uu cciiirui foininittce, composed ivn'.y0!"1'' M- A' Miller and irank V. Drake, rooms 405, 0 and 7, Lliatllberof C-nnuimrpiv P.irtlnr.rt ' lion. U. II. Hnkor. llf WntrVlIln and Hon. J. I). Matlock, will address nu UILI7CHS oi Lane county, at the J...H.3 .iiiu inucesaesignnuKi: l" lorence. Slltlirdnv. f Ir-triliop nt. On ... Head of Tide, Monday, Oct. 12rat2 I', hi HON. J. D. RTKVRMH. Dallas, Friday, Oct. 0. Sheridan, Saturday, Oct. 10. Uallston, Monday, Oct. 12. Lafajette, Tuesday, Oct. 13. Sherwood. Wednesday, Oct. 14. Oswego, Thursday, Oct. 15. HON. FHANCIS CLAKNO. Milton, Satuiday, Oct. 10. noon uiver, .Monday, Uct. 12. HON. A. S. 11ENNETT. Portland, Oct. 8, 9, 10. Astoria, Monday, Oct. 12. Baker Ulty, Thursday, Oct. 15. Union, Friday, Oct. 10. LaGrande, Saturday, Oct. 17. Pendleton, Monday, Oct. 10. Milton, Tuesday, Oct. 20. Athena, Wednesday, Oct. 21. The Dalle, Thursday, Oct. 22. HON. N. I- HCTLEH. Baker City, Saturday, Oct. 10. Heppner, Tuesday, Oct. 13. The Dalles, Wednesday, Oct. 14. Hood River, Thursday, Oct. 15. The Locks, Friday, Oct. 10. MoMriinvllle, Saturday, Oct. 17. h. II. M'MAIIAN. Sprlnulield, Friday, October 0. Orcsswell, Saturday, October 10. Cottage. Grove, Monday, October 12. Drain, Tuesday, Oct. 13. Yoncalla, Wednesday, October 14. Oakland, Thursday, October 15. Wilbur, Friday, October 16. Roseburg, Saturday, October 17. Dillards, Monday, October 19. 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 26. Jacksonville, Tuesday, October 27. Phamix. Wednesday, October 28. Ashland, Thursday, October 29. HON. H. C. 1IAICKR ana J. D. MATLOCK. Florence, Saturday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. m. Head of Tide, Oct. 12, at 2 p. ni. Cheshire, Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 2 p. ni. Elmlra, Wed. Oct. 14, at 2 p. in. Sinithfleld, Thu. Oct. 15, at 2 p. in. Long Tom, Friday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. m. SYLVESTER PENNOYEU. Albany, Thursday, Oct. 22. Eugene, Friday, Oct. 23. s Itoseburg, Saturday, Oct. 24. Wanted All clrls to know tuaf'IIoe Cake" will not make their hands red. like common soap. Save the wrappers. They are worth a cent apiece. j 9 tf State of Ohio, Citv of Toledo. I Lucas County 1 BS Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F.J. Chenex & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said hrm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh lurk. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Oth day ol December, A D. 1896. , A . W. Gleason. i Seal. Notary Public, Halt's Catarrh Cure is taken internally ind acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. rjTSold by Druggists, 75c BARKLEY AND PENNOYER. Another Bryan Supplement With Two Great Speeches. Not all could hear Pennoyer and Barkleyat the great Bryan ratifica tion at Snlem. So The Journal has printed In supplement form the great speeches made on that occasion oy those two centlcmen. They will bo supplied from this office at $1 per 100 or 87 ner 1.000 postpaid. We nave still sunnlements with Bryan's speech of acceptance at New York and Mitchell on the impossibility of In ternational Bimetallism. Cure for Headache. As - ...Jv fnr all forms of Headaches Electric Hitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a permanent cure and the .. a,.a,, hnliitual sick headache veilds to its influence. We urge all who are affiie'ed to pro ure a bottle, ant give tins remedy a lair trial In cas; of habitual constipation Elec ..:. h;h. re mirri liv rnvini tin needed tone to the bowels, and few easel long resist the use of this medicines, try u once, rniy cents and Ji.oo nt Fred A. Ugg's Drug store. The dealer who says, "1 have no Hoe Cake soap," practically admit that he does not sell llrst quality good. If he says lie lias sometmng "JllSt US gOOd you will liiwn uiuiiw that he is tryihg to sell you an In ferior article. There Is more cloathine destroyed by poor 6oan than by actual wear, as tho free alkali rots the cloth. Hoc Cake contains neither free alkali nor worthless fllllntr. S k . Gail Borden i Perfect " . " " s infant Eagle Brand J S Tmi Condensed MHfc S "Infant Health," It llttlo book of irreac value that is sent FkEE on appli- " r-Atlon. W S N. Y. Condensed Milk Co. S 71 Hudwa Street,. , Vtw Tark Cheshire, Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 2 p. m. ei'.'r.1.' We,cLnest,iiy 0ct- ! at 2 p.m. bmithheld, Thursday.Oct. lo.at 2 p.m. Long Tom, Friday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. m. i L.jirTii , Merit "Merit talks" tho Intrinsic valco ot Hood'uBarsaDarilla. Talks Merit in medicine mrnn. iu n... cure. Hood'8 Sarsaparllla possesses actual and unequalled curative power and there fore It has true merit. When you buy Hood's 8arsaparilla,and take It according to directions, to purify your blood, or euro any of the many blood diseases, you tiro morally certain to rcceivo benefit. The power to cure la there. You aro not trying an experiment. It will rnako your blood pure, rich and nourishing, and thus drive out tho germs ot disease, strengthen tho nervca and build up tho whole system. Sarsaparilla Is tho best, In fact tho One True Blood Purifier. xir parca oniy py u. 1. uood & Op., Lowell, Mass. Hood's Pills MiraS&ffAff A MODEL PLATFORM. Adopted by the Democrats In National Convention. The following U the 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 realllrm our allegiance to tiiose great essential principles of Justice and liberty upon which our institu tions ure founded, and which tho Democratic nartv has advocated from Jefferson's tune to our own freedom of speech, freedom of the press, free- (loin or conscience, tnc preservation or nnfnmil lrl,0 tl.t .. t...l 1 1 .. a nil IJUinviuai limine, uuu Ullllillllj 111 Ull citizens before the law, and the falth- rul observance of constitutional limi tations. During all these years the Demo cratic party has resisted the tendency of selfish Interests to the centraliz ation of governmental power, and steadfastly maintained the integrity of tho dual scheme of government established by the founders of this republic of republics. Under its guidance und teachings the great principle or local seir-govcrument Has found Its best expression in the main tenance of the rights of the states and In Its assertion of tho necessity of confining the general government to tno exercise oi powers granted by the constitution of the United States. RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. The constitution of the United States guarantees to every citizen the rights of civil and religious liberty. Tho democratic party has always been the exponent of political liberty and religious freedom and it renews its obligations and rcafirms its devotion to these fundamental principles of the constitution. finance. Recognizing that the money ques tion is paramount to all others at this time, we invito attention to the fact that the constitution names silver and gold together as the money metals of the United States, and that tho first coinage law passed by congress under the constitution made the sil ver dollar the money unit, and ad mitted gold to free coinage at a ratio based upon the silver dollar unit. Wo declare that the act of 1873 de monetizing silver without tho knowl edge or approval of tho American peo ple has resulted in the appreciation of gold, and a corresponding full 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 home and abroad, the prostration of industry, and impoverishment of the people. We are unalterably opposed to mon ometallism, which lias locked fast tltc 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 anti American, and it can bo fastened on the United States only by the stilling of that spirit and lovo of liberty which proclaimed our political inde pendence in 1770 and won In the war of the revolution. FREE COINAGE. W rlomnnrl tlin frff iinrt linllmltnri nnnnnn rt lmtli fillvP! nnrl irnlfl nt. t.lift present legal ratio of 10 to 1, without waiting ior tne am or consent oi any other nation. We demand that the ct.irwl'iivl cIlv'Ar rlnllnr sliiill hn n full legal tender, equally with gold, for all debts, public and private, and we. favor sucii legislation as win prevent for tlic future the demonetization of anv kind of legal tender money by private contract. HONUH. Wn nrn finnispfl to t.lm nnllcv and lunnllm nf Biirrnnrlprl nir tfi t.lin hold- nnnf Vim nhl It'ii t Inns, of the United States, the option reserved by law to tuo government oi ruueciinnB &ucu uu Ucatlons In either silver coin or gold coin. . ... We are opposeu to tuo issuing oi in- 4si-nct.hnnrinir linnrls nf t.lift United States In time of peace, and condemn the traillcking with banking syndi cates which, In exchange for bonds and ut an enormous profit to thonw selves, supply me icuurui irvunuiy with gold to maintain the policy of gold monometallism. LSSUE OF MONEY. Congress alone has the power to coin and Issue money, and Prerldent Tn.lrcnn rlnollirort Mlilt. til R tWlWfT could not be delegated to corporations or individuals, vre wiuruiure ue nounce tho Issuance of notes Intended to circulate us 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 w.nnii-'ililn far (illtlf'S ti tho United Utates shall be lie issued by tho gov ernment of the United States and shall bo redeemable In coin. TARIFF. w. linld tli.it, tariff duties should be levied for purpose of revenue, such du Hue tn Iia en niltiistpd fin ti (infinite equally throughout the country and notdlscrlmlnatebetwoon cIobs or sect Hood's , --.-? ,p J m tlop, IrtDiKthftt tnsallon should be 1 1 m ueu oy tUP nceosor tup govern incut honestly mid economically ad mlnlstrated. We denounce as disturbing to busi ness the Republican threat to restore tne jHcKinicy law, wiitcn lias twice been condemned by the people I u na tionaV elections, and which, enacted under the false plea of protection to homo Industry, proved a prolific bieeder of trusts and monopolies, en riched the few by the expense of the many, restricted trade, and deprived the producers of tlic great American "topics of access to their natural mar kets. INCOME tax. Until the money question Is settled wo are opposed to any agitation for further changes In our tariff laws, ex cept sucii as are necessary to meet the deliclt in revenue caused by the ad verse decision of tlic supremq court on the income tax. But for tills decision by tiio supreme court there would be no deficit in the revenue under tholaw passed by a Democratic congress In strict pursuance of the uniform deci sions of Unit court for 100 years, that conrt having in that decision sus tained constitutional objections to its enactment which had preciously been overruled by tho ablest Judges who have ever sat on the bench. Wo de clare that it Is tho duty of congress to use ull 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 Hint the burdens of taxation may be equally and impartially laid, to the end that wealth may bear Its due proportion of the expense of tiie government. LAHOR. We hold that the most ctuclctit 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 by a vicious monetary system which depresses tho prices of their products below the cost of production, and thus deprives them of the means of pur chasing tlic products of our home manufactories, und, as labor creates the wealth of tho country, wojdemund tho passage of such laws as may be necessary to protect It in all Its rights. We aro in favor of the arbitration ofdlffcrcncc8 between employers en gaged in interstaro commcrco and their employes, und recommend such legislation as is necessary to carry out this principle. Tho nbsorptlon of wealth by tho few, tho consolidation of our leading railroad systems, and the formation of trust und pools require a stlcter control by tho federal government of those arteries of commerce. Wo de mand the enlargement of tho powors of tho interstate commerco commiss ion and such and such restrictions and and guarantees In In tho control of railroads us will protect tho people from robbery and oppression, TAXATION. SWc denounco tho profligate wasto tho money wrung from tho people by oppressive taxation and tho lavish appropriations of recent "Republican congresses, which havo kept taxes high whllo tho labor that pays thorn In nn. 1 n.tn1 i . .1 41m. m..wl,,nftl Af IO UUUllllJIUJUU, ItllU blJU JluuuVbO III tho pcoplo's.toll aro depressed in price till they no longer repay tho cost of production. We demand a return to that slm pllclty and economy which bcnellts a Democratic government and a reduc tion In the number of useless olllccs, tho salaries of which drain tho sub stance of the people. FEDERAL INTERFERENCE. " We denounce arbitrary interferences by federal authorities In local affairs as a violation of tho constitution of tho United States and a crime against free Institutions, and we especially object to government by Injunction as a new and iiigiuy dangerous iorm oi oppression, by which federal Judges In contempt of tho laws of tlic states and rights of citizens, bccoino nt onco legislators, Judges, and executioners, and we approve tho bill passed at tho last session of the United States sen ate, nnd now pending In tho house of representatives, relative to contempts in federal courts and providing for trials by Jury in certain cases of con tempt. ANTI-FUNDING. Ho discrimination should be in dulged by the government of tho Uni ted States In favor of uny of Its debt- It isn't much troublt for a really healthy WIW BKiBLfBr man 10 ue goou nu mored. Jollity and ezliuberant health are a proverbial combination. The hearty man who is always laughing doesn't have auy trouble with his digestion, It bas been said that laughing makes peo ple healthy. Tho truth I that health makes people laugh. There isn't any other thing so essential to health as regularity In tho action of the bowels. Most all sickness starts with some derangement of the digestive func tions. Good digestion means good, puro blood, and that means strength. Once let the bowels become clogged wltli refuse matter, and the whole system is deranged. Impure, poisonous matter gets into the blood ana plants the seeds for all sorts of sickness. Whenever there is a stoppage of the Intestinal action, help should be given immediately. Usually mild, gentle laxative is all that is necessary, A vio lent, wrenching, griping cathartic U never needed, Dr. Tierce1! Pleasant Tel. Iota are the most pleasant and successful remedy for occasional or chronic consti pation, or costiveness. They are tiny, sugar-coated antl-bilious granules that even the smallest child can easily take. They act in perfect accord with nature and produce no griping or other disagree able feeling. They should be taken at the first Indication of digestive trouble. They stop tour stomach, belching, "heart-bum," flatulence and sick heaji ache. They cure constipation perm,, nently. You can stop taking them after the bowels are thoroughly regulated. Their help laitt. You do not become a slav to .fhelr'u as with other PUU- i i mi w mt i uTTT. 1. 1, . I. L,i .1 i.'i h..,TTi,in, :7n.rjT: AtoctablcPrcparationfor As similating IhcToodflfidRcgula ting (he Stomachs andBowels of PromotesDicslion.ChcctfuI ncss flndncst.Conlalns ncilhcr Opium.plorphine nor Mineral. Not Naiic otic. RcaptafOUljySAMVZLnTCnzn. Im&m Sad' AlxJmna stnutStKt Jlmmmt -. flirmSuJ CtanfKt Suirr . ADcrfcci,ncfncdv for Conslirvi lion, Sour Slomach.Diarxhoca, Worms .Convulsions.Fcvcrislv ncss and Loss OF SLEEP. HSSSMMSHnHMMH Facsimile Signature of NEW -YORK. 1 EXACT C0PVOF WRAPPEB. mw -..,, ors. "We npprovo of tho refusal of tho raci no railroad funding bill, and de nounco tuo euorts or tno present kc publlcun congress to enact a similar measure. TENSIONS. Recognizing the lust claims of do- serving union soldiers we heartily cn dorso the rulo of tho present commis sioner oi pensions thnt no names shall bo arbitrarily dropped from tho pen slon roll; nnd tho fact of enlistment and servlco ehonld bo deemed con clusive ovldonco against dlseaso und disability before enlistment. TERRITORIES. Wo favor the admission of the ter ritories of Now Mexico, Arizona and Oklahoma into tiio United States, and we favor tho early admission of all tho territories haying tho neces sary population and resources to en title them to statehood, and whllo they remain territories, wo hold that tho otllclals appointed' to administer tho government of any territory to gether with tho District of Columbia and Alaska, should bo bona lido resi dents of tho territory or district In which tho duties aro to bo performed. Tho Democratic party believes in hemic rulo and that all public lands of tho United States should be appro priated to the establishment of frco homes for American citizens. We recommend thnt the territory of Alaska be granted a delegate In con gress, and that tho general land and timber laws of tho United States bo extended to said territory. MONROE UOOTHINE. Tlic Monroe (ioctrino Is originally declared, nnd as Interpreted by surccd ing presidents, is a permanent part of the forchm nollcv of tho United States, and must utall times bo main tained1 cuha. LiWo extend our sympathy to the people of Cuba in their lierolo strug gle for liberty and Independence. THIRD TERM. Wo aro opposed to life tonurc In the public service. "We favor appoint ments based upon merit, fixed term of ofllco. and sach an administration of the civil bervlco laws as will afford equal opportunities to all citizens of ascertained lltncss. Wo declare It to t tlm nmtt-ltlnn ln.it ttt ttita tvitittlillti UV U1JU UIHT 1 11kVIJ 1UIT U& blJID lliIIIUIIU established by custom nnd imago of one iiunurcu years nnu sanctioned uy the examples of tho greatest and wisest of those who founded und huvo maintained our government, that no man should be eligible for n third term In the presidential otllcc. WATERWAYS. The federal government should care for and linprovo tho Mississippi river und other great waterways of tho re public, so us to hecuro for tho Interior states easy und cheap transportation to tidewater. When any wuierwuy of the republic Is of sulllcicnt import ance to (lemaiiti urn oi tne govern ment such aid should bo extended up on u definite plan of continuous work until permanent Improvement is secured. Conlldlng In the Justice of our cause and tho necct-slty of Its success at the polls, wo submit the foregoing declar ations of principles and purposes to , tho consideranio judgment- oi mo 1 American people. Wo invite tho sup i port of all citizens who npprovo them ' and who dcslro to havo them made j effective through legislation for tho 1 relief or tho people and tho restorut Ion of the country's prosperity, mMiioo General and Nervouj DcMIUy. wcnxn of Cxlr an Jllal. l:ircls ol F.rro. or VUrorto la Old or Ymius l.onust, Nob'.K Manhood lully lUctoriKl, How lp l.rjUrw ami HtreuKtfjpn Wink. In iilevplowxl I'ortlons t Hoti. AUioiutt'iy uv rallies II jiiio Treatment. lleuuflts lu a day. tv from W HUittu una Krt-lart Countries. Send for Dwcrlptb;? Hook, ex pLaur.tlou and proof, mulled Utfuie4 1 1. EWEiMfDWAtCOMluffalo.tN.Y, $&&$ l (Cwlt. fflsf M!?eSSA mnmvM Xfn tistli z- SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF r&0&ti IS ON THE WRAPPER OF EVEEY BOTT3LB OF CASTORIA Oaitoris is tat t in cao-ilis bottlos onlr. It Ii not sold la balk. Don't sllow onyoM to mU yoa anything elio on tho plea or promts that It li "jmt as good" and "will answer mry pv poso." 3f Boo that yoa got O-A-B-T-O-B-I-A. Tasfoo- te&&Avrr2Zjkr r f . r wriftfisw. rippr. & Si, Paul Ry, : GLANCE ATI HIS MA Of the Chicago, Milwaukee ;and ,St. Paul Hallway and note its connection with all transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha, and remember when going cut that its ln.'n ate lighted witli electricity and heated by steam. Its equipment is superb. Elegant lluffet, library, smoking and sleeping cars, with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping car bei th lias 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 oilier offers the above lux. urlous accommodations. These are sufficient reasons for the popularity of "Tho Milwau kee." Coupon ticket agents in every rail, road office will give yon further information, or address C.J. EDDY, General Agent, J. W. CASEY, Trav. IHts. Agent. Portland Ask the ticket agent when you consult 11 1 in about yourcast ern trip, to tell you about our servlco to tho cast and south. Ask dim to toll you how much shor terwln tlmo ns well as miles our lino is to Omaha, Kansas City and bt. Louis. Ask liliitoo.aoout our service between St. Paul and Chicago. Get onq of our folders from him ' and stupy the matter ypurseli. Do this and your ticket will sursly read, as It surely should, via tho Uurllngton routo A.C.bMELDON, G.A., Poitland, Or, r-star, m-j in , -77 rir t-t-. For Do'.Icacy, fof purity, and tot Improvement of the com pUuriqu nothing equals Pozzoxi's Powpks. LODD POISON 1 rs 1 j saw t a MDCrHslI TV""'8 " VZSMfrwu. ooaarrornsk Hair nituuu ruuufl 1 t arr uwuu ruiHun Dormsnemi cured In U to 86 days. You cant trsstetl si noma lorsAmo prioa anasr same guano ty. It you prefer to com btrows wlllcoa tract to tar railroad faxes DdBOtelblUund noebam, I f we fall to cure. If you baya taken mer cury, Iodide potash, and still bay actus and pains. Mucous VntcjiM In noutu. Bora Throat, l'lmples. Oopixr Colored Upots, Ulcer oa any part olUuihudy, Hair or Eyebrows falling out. It 1 tbla SccouUury BLUOU rOISOR vetruaraBteetocure. Wa solicit tba most oJmu suit case and cliallwiae tli world for av pain we cannot euro. Mis duewa baa always LaWeU tka skill ot the suost awtneut pliysl elaus. M,MS capital tmUlnd our unconah tlonalenarauty. Abso!utevroofasentealdoq I Tho Roy Freshness 1 I And a velvety soUncss ottbe skin U lava I rlatly obtained by tboao who uso IoaeNsI I Ooiuplexlou I'owiHr. . I v ,ni aw 1 mn sf Chicago, Milwaukee, frf' "'AUL A ' err XTMiuwAUKEffij gfJ CI H ft i?s u tf I- m hi M 3,coo,McUiU s patent paper fasteneH.lNo. at head. r ' " f" ii HWMHMMIMtMMM flat head, an, pnw'""'-