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The Official BailofSood The Potir Sets of Presidential Elec tors in Oregon. The offlclnl Australian ballot for Oregon, to bo voted on Tuesday, Nov. j, U printed below. The law requires the voter to mark with across four nunics of electors, tbculliclal ballot, which he will receive at the polling booth fioiu the lection olllclals. The Tour electors who represent William Jennings Bryan f Nebraska for president and Independent American Bimetallism ns our financial policy arc marked with a cross on the ticket below for guidance only. The McKlnley and Hobart electors also claim to be Blnietiillists, to be brought about by international agreement with European nations. The gold standard (National) Democratic electors also claim to be Dem ocratic. THE OFFICIAL BALLOT FOR OIIEQON. it iTurrlsnn II. Klncalci. secretary of state of the stnfr nf nmrrnn wftlfles that the following Is a correcMlst of all the candidates for oillces to S filled by the electors of the state at large wIiomj certificates and accent .nces of nomination have been duly Hied with the secretary of state of c",v -l ninnflert nnM fi Trim the next general ciuum".., u,.u vUv, Sand political uesigiuiwuus -" IriVcilon the official ballots, for the E-atp ofOu'-'on on the Tuesuay next, arter tlie lirst Monday In November, A D. lS!K5,lo-wit. on Tuesday, November 3, 1890. RKPOnLICAtCriCICET. For president of the United States "William McKlnley, of Ohio. For vice-president of the United States. ...J. G. Hobart, of New Jersey. For electors of president and vice-president: John F. Caples, of Portland, Multnomah county Republican. T T. uecr, 01 luuuiuajr, miuu iuuubjr ttepuoncan. E. L. Smith, of Hood River, Wasco county Republican. .M. ioran, 01 .cugeue, uuuc DIIYAN UNION DIMETALLIC TICKET. For president of the-Unlted States W. J. For vice-president of the United States T. E. For electors 01 premueiiu , uuu vice - N. L. Butler, of Monmouth, Polk E. Horer, or Baiem, Marion county,reopies,uemocratic,suver liepubiiuan W. II. SnauL'h. of linrrlaburg, Linn Harry watklns, of McMlnuville, Silver Republican. PROHIBITION TICKET. For electors of pr.ldcnt and vice president: , Bowenimn, of Salem, Marion county Pioliibition. J. Bt iirlit. of Wasco. Sherman county Pioliibition. jlleHntlor, of The Dalles, Wasco county Prohibition. E. lieskins, or springorooif, GOLDSTANDAHD Forpresldent of the United States For vice president of the United States Simon Boliver Buckncr. For electors of president and vice Lewis B. Cox, of Portland, Multnomah Mexander M. Holmes, or McCoy, rolK FrankA. Seufert. ofSeufert, Oregon Curtis J. Trenchard, of Astoria, Clatsop county National Democratic. ISrVeteis: Cutout the above sample ballot, study the names carefully, land show it to other voters, that no one THE UNION CAMPAIGN. Dates and Appointments for Bryan Meet ings. The Bryan Union campaign com ulttec .announces the following dates kod appointments for sneakers in tlii ktate. i County committees and local chair nan should make iirriinuements for Inese meetings and communicate with llie state central committee, composed pijourj u. l'ounir. M. A. Miller and rank V. Drake, rooms 4a5. fi and 7. Chamber of Commerce, Portland. I HON. A. S. DENNETT. UGraride. Saturday. Oct. 17. Pendleton. Mnnrinv. Ocr,. in Wilton, Tuesday, Oct. 20. Ejueiia. weanesday, uct. zi. rhe Dalles, Thursday. Oct. 22. HON. V. T. TiiTTT.wn ttcMinnville, Saturday, Oct. 17. , L. II. M'MAnAN. iebunr. Sntnrrinv nctvhop 17 P'HardS. Mondfiv. iirr.nhnr 10 Mrtle Creek, Tuesday, October 20. aDyonvllle. Werlnnsrinv. (WnhnrSI. 'rants Pas. Tim rod air nt.or to Wd Hill, Friday, October 23. u iwck, Saturday, October 24. Wford, Monday, October 20. IClCSOnvllln 'Piinci.,,, nt,-.n tMDlxJ Wednesday, 6ctobcr 28. ' -"uuu, xnursaay, uctober no. Si;.' " u-. "aicer ana J. d. matlocic. 'lr,eDce. Saturday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. in. UI.I.L muu' Vct- i?' at z P- nl- aiira, Wed. Oct. 14. at 2 n. m. mined. Tim. n.f. ik ion .., DgTom, Friday, Oct.'l0, at 2 p. in. '"my, Thursdnv. Ctft. o ugene, Friday, Oct. 23. "'n.', aaiurday, Oct. 24. n. ,,WAN S APPOINTMENTS. M ',, "UUJ "til. JU. iimiii'-F' 0iU " at ! P-,n- 'cMinr.V.11'1 u.'.ul,y uct.17, at 7:jup.m. lie Daiipa. tti :x.mruxlv.: "?.. Knrtlftt iV U wcu -" itL ' V Ui r -"-hjii. iVMfiiiacrlfitF tt t it- 1 t m. and 7.anU:'" """ " "" " pOrande. Tlmrsrinv. n.r. o- .lt. i ,,, HOV. v m mnn Ptortii- ,,'. .'i.rf- K"ay;'l)cY,i9. ,.n;,',lu"'. .f uesaay, Oct 20. ciuS,WedneMlay,Oct2i. Man (w Ht7:3n 23 at In in: bprliiR water I'hhinrl rv,.. .1. . Ifwu r' yv -at 1 p in; Beaver t m;n m 7:; So.11111' 0a' 20 ut 1 p ",; Un,on 27 at 1 p in; Mulino, leni, Vednesrlnv 1 w. oa Kr p)!,iThlJ?da 'ct 29' ?,)? fWnyi Oct. 30. "'" oaturday, Oct 31. E. HOPER. n yftT,turd ct " at 7:30. tu,;Ju,e.ay.Oct20at7:3J -' tveanesday, Oct 21 at 1:30, la, ;" nday. Oct 20. .in ' ' ' f untv. Tuerfnv n.. -r .:a'i tiriiintu wj.. :!.... ..".'.-., flUhrt Tin, 'J "cuueimy, t 'CI 3. ro, I rlday, Oct 30. si.uiciiii.-iiu m uic uumes, res i ounces t-.uiuiuuu i required uy jaw lo oe general election to be held In the wuuly uepuoiican. Bryan, of Nebraska. watson. or Georgia jirusiueuu co.. Peoples, Democratic, Silver Rep co.. Peonies. Democratic. Silver Hen Yamhill county, Peoples, Democratic lntmiiu county rioinoition. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. John McAuley Palmrr. - president: county .-..National Democratic. county National Democratic. National Duiiiociatic. be deceived In this election. Washington county, Saturday, Oct 3'. Orcijon (;ity, Monday, Nov. 2. Above are all dates now li.wd. Com mittees can anangc afternoon and eveniiiL' meetings if desired. Joint discussions acceptable unless local committee! arranges otherwise. m Statu ok Ohio, Cnv or Toi.i-.no, I Lucas Count v j ! rank J Chknky make oath Ihat he is the senior partner of the liim of F.J. CllENEr & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and tate aforesaid, and that aid Arm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL. LARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannt be cured by the use of II ALL'S Catarrh Curb. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of jDecember, A. D. 1896. -.- A. W. C-lkason, j Seal. Notary Public, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally md acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the syntem Send for testimonials free. F. J. 1'IIKNKY S Co., Toledo, U. JSPSold by Druggists, "DR. MILES, Through His Nervine Is a Ben efactor to Thousands." WIPELY known 'Wisconsin publisher, Hwho resides at Green Bay, writes March 6th,isa5, as follews: "Five years ajo I becamo bo nervous that mental woric was a burden. I could not rest at nlcbt on account of sleeplessness. My attention was called to Dr. Miles' Restora tive Nervine, and I commenced to use It with the very best effect. Since then I have kept a bottle In my house and use It wnenever my nerves become unstrung, wtu always the same good results. My son also Dr. Miles' XAKCS lb ur net i wav with like never falling success. I have recom mended tt to many and It cures them. All who suSer from nerve troubles should try it. Nervine Restores Health It la free from narcotics, perfectly barm tt.UittotiUlU.i.ailior money refunded. orntntiiinit rf !. ....... t i 'i?y' sTtX' i?.T,1 'I Blood system is renrVuvi ,. u. .... pend, aood blood raeane strong ferves, good digestion, robust health. Impure blood means scrofala, dyspepsia,, heuma tlsm, catarrh or other diseases. Thtfsuresi way to hayo good blood la to tako Hood's Barsaparllla. This medicine purifies, vl talires, and enriches the blood, and sends the elements of health and strength to every nerve, organ and tissue. It creates B good appetite, gives refreshing sleep and cures that tired feeling. Hemember, Hoods Sarsaparilla Isthebest-ln fact the One True Blood Purifier. Hood'? Pillc.T8 LlTer III,! ca'yt0 take, easy to operate. gin, A MODEL PLATFORM. Adopted by the Democrats In National Convention. The following is the full and com plete platform as adopted by the National Democratic conventien: We, the Democrats of the United States in national convention assemb led, do rcallirm our allegiance to those (,'reat essential principles of ju.stlce and liberty upon which our institu tions are founded, and which the Democratic party lias advocated from Jefferson's time to our own freedom of speech, freedom of the press, free dom of conscience, the preservation of personal rights, the equality of all citizens before the law, and the faith ful observance of constitutional limi tations. During all thee venrs thn Dmnn. cratic party has resisted the tendency of scllfsli Interests to the centraliz ation of governmental power, and steadfastly maintained the integrity of the dual scheme of government established by the founders of this republic of republics. Under Its guidance and teachings the great principle of local self-government has found its best expression In the main tenance of the rights of the states and In Its assertion of the necessity of confining the general government to the exercise of powers granted by the constitution of the United States. JtELIQIOUS FKEEDOM. The constitution of the United States guarantees to every citizen the rights of civil and religious liberty. The democratic party has always been the exponent of political liberty and religious freedom and lt renews its obligations and reafirms 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 invite attention to the fact that the constitution names silver and gold together as the money metals of the United States, and that the first coinage law passed by congress under the constitution made the sil ver doljar the money unit, and ad mitted gold to free coinage at a ratio based upon the silver dollar unit. We declare that the act of 1873 de monetizing silver without the knowl edge or approval of the American peo ple has resulted In the appreciation of gold, and a corresponding fall in the price of commodities produced by the peeple; 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, tne prostration or inansiry, and impoverishment of the people. We arc 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 udoption has brought other nations Into financial servitude to London. It is not only un-American, but anti- American, and it can be fastened on the United States only by the stifling of that spirit and love of liberty which proclaimed our political Inde pendence in 1776 and won in the war of the revolution. cz2 FREE COINAGE. Wo demand the free and unlimited coinage of both silver and gold at the present legal ratio of 10 to 1, without waiting for the aid or consent of any other nation. Wo demand that the standard silver dollar shall be a full legal tender, equally with gold, for all debts, public and private, and we favor such legislation as will prevent for the future the demonetization of anv kind of legal tender money by private contract. IIONDS. We are opposed to the policy and practice of surrendering to the hold ers of the obligations, of the United States, the option reserved by law to the government of redeeming such ob ligations in either silver coin or gold coin. . ... We are opposed to tne issuing oi in terest-bearing bonds or tlie unitcu States In time of peace, and condemn the traflickiug with banking syndi cates which, in exchange for bonds and at an enormous profit to them selves, supply tlie federal treasury with gold to maintain the policy of gold monometallism. ISSUE OF MONEY. Congress alone has the power to coin and Issue money, and Trcrldent Jackson declared that this power could not be delegated to corporations or individuals. We therefore de nounce the iFsuanco of notes intended ,. .imiiititi ;is monev bv national Is ossenttal to health. Every nook and corner of the I 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 rcce!able for duties to the United .Mates shall be be issued by the gov eminent of tlie United States and shall be redeemable In coin. TAItUT. i Wo hold that tariff duties should be lot led for purpose of revenue, such du tits to be hi adjusted as to operate uiually throughout the country and no discriminate between class or 6ec, tlon, land that taxation should be limited rjy tile tieeusoi t lie goxern ment honestly and economlcalh ad ministrated. Wo denounce as disturbing to busi ness the Republican threat to restore the McKinlcy law, which has twice been condemned by the people In na tional elections, and which, enacted under the false plea of protection to home Industry, proved a proline breeder ot trusts and monopolies, en riched tho few by the expense uf th many, restricted trade, and deprived the producers of the great Aniei lean staples of access to their natural mar kets. INCOME TAX. Until tho money question Is settled wo are opposed to any agitation for further changes In our tariff laws, ex cept such as are necessary to meet tho deticlt in revenue caused by the ad verse decision of tho supreme court on the income tax. But for this decision by the supremo court, there would be no deficit In the revenue under the law passed by a Democratic congress In strict mirsuance of the uniform rlivl- slons of that court for 100 years, that court having In that decision sus tained constitutional objections to Its enactment which had nreclouslv been overruled by tho ablest Judges who have ever sat on tho bench. We de clare thatlt is the duty of congress to use an tue constitutional power winch remains after that decision, or which may come from its reversal by the court as it may hereafter be consti tuted, so that the burdens of taxation may bo equally nnd Impartially laid, to tlie end that wealth mav bear Its duo proportion of tho expense of the government. LAnon. We hold that the most efllcient way of protecting American labor is to prevent tlie importation of foreign pauper jauor to compete witn it. in tin home market, and that the value ol the homo market to our American farmers nnd artisans Is greatly reduced by a vicious monelarv svstem which dcpiesses tlie prices ot their products below the cost of nroductlon.nnd thus deprives them of the means of pur- cnasing tue products or our home manufactories, and. as labor creates the wealth of the country, we demand the passage of such laws as may be necessary topi otect ii in nllit-iights We ate In lavor of the arbili.it Ion of differences between einployeis en gaged iu iutcistnre commerce and their employes, and recommend such legislation as l& necessary lo carry out this principle. Tlie absorption of wealth by the few, the consolidation of our leading railroad systems, and the format luu of trust and pools lcqulrc a sticter con tiol by the federal government of those arteries of commerce. We de mand the enlargement of tho powers ot the interstate commerce commiss ion and such and such restrictions and and guarantees In In tlie control of railroads as will protect tlie people from robbery and oppression, TAXATION. OWc denounce the profligate waste of tlie money wrung from tlie people by oppressive taxation and tho lavish appropriations of recent Republican congressc, which have kept taxes high while the labor that pays them Is unemployed, and the products of the people's toil are depressed in price till they no longer repay the dost of production. We demand a return to that sim plicity and economy which benciltsa Democratic government and a reduc tion in the number of useless offices, the salaries of which drain the sub stance of the people. FEDERAL INTERFERENCE pWcdenounce arbitrary iii tcrrerences by federal authorities In local affairs as a violation of tlie constitution of the United States and a crime against free institutions, and we especially object to government by injunction as a new and highly dangerous form of oppression, by which federal Judges in contempt of tho laws of the states and rights of citizens, become at once legislators, Judges, and executioners, and we approve the bill passed at the last session of the United States sen ate, and now pending In the house of representatives, relative to contempts in federal courts and proviumg ror trials by jury in certain cases of con tempt. ANTI-FUNDING. No discrimination should be In dulged by tho government of the Uni ted States in favor of any of Its debt- RUIN " MISERY WHAT WILL BECOME P. TUB Y0UNC MEN OP THE DAY? Cir'settt smoking- la one of tti v)lt Which i ftt increasing among the )ouiitr mtn of ' .'period. Jt i an a(fo of nervoii". nessj nervou excitement, nervoua weak ness and debility Is the growing mdy of the day. Minds are over-burdened in school, the pleasure social life follow business worry ; inteajxrsnee, sexual ex cesses or abuses over excite the already wfeebled nerves sad result In exhausting tUeaaen or drains upon the nervous system. It's n drag und bmidicnp to every Tounp man to be a sufferer front nervous leblllty or weakness, low spirits, irritable temper, impaired memory, loss of will j er, and the thousand and one derange stents o' mind and body that result from pernicious habits often contracted through Ignorance of nature's laws. The wreck of constitution, weakened vitality and manly power, following' such habits would be a sorry ending to life in this splendid age of learning and labor. It will fast become an age of unsettled brains and shattered nerves unless our young men know themselves. To reach, re-claim and restore such unfortunates to health and happiness, is the aim of the publishers of a book o icoo pages, profurtly illustrated, written in plain language, on the nature, symptoms and curability, by liome-treatment, of such diseases. This book will be sent Fit hi: on receipt of twenty-one (r) cents in stamps, for postage and wrapping only Address, World's DIpensary Medical Atsodation, No. 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. I'or more than a quarter 01 a century ohvsicians connected witu .ofhBWta!.7 fat above theu celebrated Institution have specialty. Thousands have consulted them ' a. r .1 .11 -.-- tui4 by letter and received advice ana mem. ciiic which have resulted iu permanent ctirii Sulfrer from premature old age, or lost of power, will Cud much of iutcrcst iu th book above mentioned. v EffHH tn-M TTTTiiM-1 i ii 1 1 ii . ZT CASTOR I I- I I mini Hlil", iTmi i. i,T I A jB .AVece fablcPrcDaraiionfor As similating ihcTood andllcgula ting thcStomflch3 andBowels of PromotesDtgcsllon,Chcctful ncss cnndRcst.Contalns neither Opmm.Morphinc nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. XuipeofOldlirSMWELHKnni Implvi Stttl" AlxScnnm jtnmSttd JHptmint . 0QWvm,J2 f Km St i J -CUnfud Sunt . Uhtxyrvj navtr. ApcrfccHlcmcdv forConstirvj- tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca, worms .convulsions.Fcvcnsh ncss end Loss OF SLEEP. Eqc Simile Signature of NEW "YORK. L4 J iiH'igsfapgfg exact copr or wrappeb. ,-f.m W- TijhPilf TvriviuitToxniioia.dGuiwrtifrD Tirovc iwronortortctror ttofleslre tor tobacco In anr .I. ! V ''" vitriu-iwnuinuj . tli. . i -" -, nv V b0Fd lour tKl.0UiP.Kib?rC(it D. J. FRY, Agent, ors. wo approve of tlie refusal of tho Pacific railroad funding bill, and de nounce too enorts or tne present ue publlcan congress to enact a similar measure. PKNSIONS. ltccognizlng the lust claims of de serving union solrtlors we heartily en dorse tlie rule of the present commis sioner oi pensions that no names shall be arbitrarily dropped from tho pen slon roll; and tho fact of enlistment and service shonld bo deemed con clusive evidence against disease and disability boforo enlistment. TEKKITOKIUS. We favor the admission of the ter ritories of New Mexico, Arizona and Oklahoma Into the United States, and wo favor tho early admission of all the territories haying tho neces sary population and resources to en title them to statehood, und while they remain territories, we hold that the olllclals appointed' to administer the government of any territory to gether with the District of Columbia and Alaska, should be bona lido resi dents of tho territory or district In which the duties arc to bo performed. The Democratic party believes In home rule and that all public lands of the United Statesshould be appro priated to the establishment of free homes for American citizens. Wo recommend that the territory of Alaska be granted a delegate In con gress, and that the general land and timber laws of tho United States be extended to said territory. MONUOE DOOTIIINE. The Monroe aoctrlno is originally declarcd.and as Interpreted by surced Ing presidents, Is a permanent part of tlie foreign policy of tho United States, and must atail times bo main tained' OUJ1A. cWo extond our sympathy to tho pcoploofCuba in their heroic strug gle for liberty and independence. THIRD TBKM. Wo aro opposed to life tenure In tho public service. We favor appoint ments based upon merit, tixed term of oilice. and sjtch an administration of the civil service laws as will afford equal opportunities to all citizens of ascertained lltness. Wo declare It to be the unwritten law of tills republic, established by custom mid usage of one hundred years and sanctioned by the examples of the greatest anil wisest of those who founded nod have maintained our government, that no man should be eligible for a third term In tlie presidential olllcc. WATKIIWAYS. The tederal gt 'eminent should care for and Improve the Mississippi river and other great waterways of there public, mi uh to secure for the interior states ensy and cheap transportation to tidewater. When any waterway of the republic is of Minlclciit Import ance to demand aid of tho govern ment such aid should tie extended 11 li on n definite plan ofnuitlnuous work until permanent Improvement Is hecurcd. Confiding In tho Justice of our cause and tlie necessity of its sticccwi at the polls, we submit the foregoing declar ations of principles and purposes to the considerable Judgment of the Ahierican people. We Invite the sup port of nil citizens who approve them and who desire toh.ne them made Mffwlive Ihrough legislation '-'' "I the people and the res! for tho restoration Of the WMHlt r) prosperity For Do'icacy, for purity , and for Improvement of tho com ploxiou nothing (xjuals I'oiioxi's 1'owDim, v : ": rr"' " ui" v' J"u o m ii ic, TiMuriuasan moan una. 1 I SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF IS ON THE WRAPPER OF EVEEY BOTTLE OW Cattail it pot p In onulte loUItt only. It lt not toll la bnlk. Don't illov tnjena to tail you anything tho en the plea or promlta that lt it J nit at good" end "will antwer eiery pnr poto," 9- 8m that yon got O-A-B-T-O-E-I-A. '. ' wttpiir. WWII ' RA GUARANTEED HABIT W -T-3f-r raru. .aiany kiu wjKiuouain luua noundsln lOdAva nnd It nAvet ua wui uiuiiciui wuav wua. uu nil! inj UV Ilia tmm Knw VaiimIII tt .l,j H,"t wpo YonrlJio Away," wrlitonpuarwieo ana - Salem, Oregon. $& GLANCE AT THIS MAP- Of the Chicago, Milwaukee and fci5t. Paul Railway and note its connection with all transcontinental lines at St. Paul nnd Omaha, and remember when coing cast that its Iru'nt aic lighted with electricity and heated by steam. Its equipment is ..superb. Elegant UulTet, library, smoking and sleeping cars, with free reclining chairs. Each steeping car beith 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. urious accommodations. These are sufficient rcawns for the popularity of Tho Milwau kee." Coupon ticket agents in every rail. roan oiiicc win give yon mrtiier information, or address XC. I. EDDY, General Agent, J. W. CASEY, Trav. Piss. Agent. Portland The compartment sleeping cars In bcrvlcoon the ilur llugtou Route between St. l'aul and Chicago are a new thing com paratively, Only a few lines use them. The The lirst Western road to do so was tho liur- llugton Route. Kor ladles traveling mono or with escort, nothing as the com partment sleeper has ever been Invented. Kach compartment tins Its own witslistnridnnd toilet convenience. There Is plenty of room to dress. Ana absolute privacy an impossi bility in an ordinary hlcepcr Isassured, For tickets via tlie ISurllngton Itouto or for Information about Its service to Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago, call on any railroad ticket or write to .C. SHELDON, G.A., Portland, Or. Tho Rosy Froshnoss Ar.'l a velvety softness of tho skin Is Inv rli 1 l :ouiDi by thosuwhouio I'oxsom'ii Co' 1 11 J' wair $100 worth for 10c. H!4 l KU ln.UOl Uwt Uluk I iuii i SUSS LUIUUl U ru iMtllit IlknlMllUUlMakn UMIIaiUkll CITIMNH LIHUAKY AkfN, Nfcin.3 Chicago, Milwaukee, & Si, Paul Ry.f MIKHEBOTAS . g 11 TC iff I ., . MILWAUKElft o CITY V. W j,! O W A ST Xlj Mutw ' "" " J . .iiiinmiinj SSI MKIOIi- JCP HT(rfV: Office of the SicrktarY op State, jp State, . ) at, OreKon, V Sept. 1,1896.) bALKM. Sealed proJbals Vill be received at this ofhee Until hoon, November 2, 1896, to torn, ish the following articles for the Mate of Ore goh for the ii3 of the 19th biennial Session of the Legislative Assembly: v ,-,-. 3$ reams legal cap, 14 lbs. No. 7 ruline white laid, laid, Charter Oak orScotih linen or other good paper. 30 reams first class Congress note, or other Rod paper, 7-pound,. No. 7 luling, white 20 reams letter paper, 12 lb No. 7 ruling white laid, Larew, Charter Oak, or Scotch linen, or other good paper. 20 ream of typewriter, letter slie, Paragon letter wove No. 3, or other good paper. 20 reams typewriter, legal site, 1-aragon, letter wove No. 3, or oth-r good paper. 6 reams tvpewriter, legal sire. Paragon, letter wove No. iy or other good paper. 6 boxes IJnli' Si 1 in :.. ..ll ui - - - -.... Illlllll WUUII, uiuc, sire 8 x loVJ. 6 boxes Little' Ruin flnt.), ,.t,n i.i... Slie 8X13. V.UV.U.UC, "J'.?.0 6 l-3 envelopes, 60 lb. No. I. rag XXX. . . ' 12 Oross railroad slecl pens, No. 49. 20 Grois Gillott's steel pens, No. 404. 4 Gros t.illon's steil pens, No. 303. 8 Gtoi E-sttrhiook "J ' pens b Utuss Falcon steel pcur, No. 048. ens No. 313. , v, v 0 Oio!, Jijierhrook & Co.'s JudceJs Quill Sticl pens Nil. 312. 0Liio L,uiutMk & Co.'sChancellot fieri pen No 239. 6 (.rr.is Loudon Incandescent, M. Jacob's' No. 4. 2 loien Sanfoid's Cardinal led Ink,, pints. S Oiovi pen holder, black 'enamel.llsrpe, 10 Dozen Peck, Siow& Wilcox's inkstands. No.S5- -v - ? 4 lJzcn Peik, Stow & Wilcox's Miikstamls, No, 554. 10 Dozen peck, S'ow & Wilcox's inkstandr, No. 4?o. ' 12 Dozen ivory folders, 9-Inch standard. 4 Dozf-n lury folders, 10 inch Conuress. t 4 D.en niticllate cups, No. 'S.iMoreaii's' patint. 10 IXiten mucilagu stands, reservoir, No. 6, Morgan's patent. - 3 reonis Parker's treasury .blotting paper, or other good paper, 140 lbs. assorted cnlors. 2 GruSk No. 2 t&l'le lecnril.r tpuit nnnrll. ityle 660. , 1 , ' S lXizen ban Ion ' prtmiam fluid, quarts. 2 1-2 Dozen Staflord's writing fluid, quarts. 1; Dozen cammed stub flies. No. si.ii r ic incites, 500 pages. 4 Uozen Duplex cupboard letter clipi, legal 20 Dozen Duplex cupboard htter clips 15 Dozen Kaber'S rubber"rulers, 14-inch flat. 15 Dozen steel erasers, Rogers' No. 18,140, bone. vj Dozen steel erasers, Rogers' No. 18,149, ebony. 70 boxes Faber's No. 300 rubber bands, assorted sizes. S Gross Faber's lead pencils. No. 2, hexo. gon, gilt. 12 Gross Faber's lead pencils, No. 2, round, gilt. 20 Dozen Faber's patent ink and pencil rublier erasers, mammoth, 3,000 McGlil's patent paper fasteners.No. 2 flat head, 3,000 McGlil's patent paper fa$teners,No. 3 ound heads, white 3,000 McGlil's patent paper fasteners.No. 4, flat head. 15 Dozen lablo paih to hold paper, 19x20 Inches, strong leather tips, 15 Dozen waste paper baskets, cross-bar No. 4. 3 Dozen was'o paper baskets, small, No, 11, round. 29 lbs, hemp twine No, 2.1 4 Dozen Sanford's mucilage, quarts. bids should be marked "l'rnnnsali for Stn. tionery." None but the best quality of goods will be accepted, Tlie right to rej.ct any or all bids Is e served. All the above articles to be deliv red at Salem on or before December 15,1896, There being at the present time no money AVflilflhl far nnvlnf (tr th nlvw ttinnlti.. bids will only be accepted under tho express tho successful bidder will look to, and de- neml nnAti the npvt liaU1ntitrf. ntinrnnrtiittncr money to pay the claim, very rcspeciiuiiy, KTJS II lt. K1NCAID," 9-S-2m Secretary ot State. LOOP POISON A t5PECliM-TYi;ra;5tS: tlary 1ILOOU 1'UISON ptrmanently cured In U toSS days. You can t trcatod n aoroo umn pnea unaer sams guana ty. If ron Draft r to como bars wo wtllonn. tract to DavtllroalfareaDdhotelbllli.aB4 Boetiar)W,lf wfnllto cure. If rouharaUioa mer cury, lodldo potash, and still bava nehts an4 pains. Mucous 1'atcbM la mouth, Bore Throat. JL'tmples, Copper Colored Hpots, Ulcers oa any part ot tbslwdr. llnlr or Kv ebrowa ftillln g out. It U this Secondary ULtiOU Jt'OlbOft we euaranteo to euro. Wo solicit tho most obsti nate casoa and eaoUonee tho world for a c4so wooannotcure. 1'hiM disease has always bnlUedtlm skill of tho most onitnontpliysl elans. 8000,000 capital bshlad our nnoondb UodsI iraarantr. Absolute nroofs sent aoalcd oa application. Address COOK KKMKDY VO FASHIONS CHANGE BUT 1 POZZONFS yComplexiony POWDER nBSf AlV t ALWAYS TIIE SAME. ! l'1 V Tho finest, purest and most beautl Aiylnif toilet ponder ever made. It is A soothlnfc, healing, healthful and fA A harmleii and when rightly used i A rj Itivialble. If you have never tried fm POZZONI'S A IT IS SOLD KVEKYtYIIEHK. A fS A &-:&:C?-W Jllff ii 1. A non ivilvinnil rmJy fur Uouorrbuea UImI, fip, , mutvrtbwa, WLlfi-t- I'linAturbl 1.. Virtui V enure-, or any laomnBia ut lu itrt.iuri. Iluu. urilAtlun ur ulrura DrrtftU MiiUsUa. tlua t in neons pwit. riUtfUtCMtMeiino. rn - o aiiriMti. LCIXCIMtHO mm "" -r rurui fin r .. Lutllm. rflt C'ircuu' vit m rMit I LadlM Who ValiM I A refined complexion must use rononl's Paw I der. It produces a soft and heantlful skin. 1 u m 1 Ji,V.