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- --?- -- vhrnn Official f Ballot! Sleep -v w UlUCBQOr coca, opiate or nar- The FoUp Sets of Presidential EIec tors in Oregon. 31 I The olllclal AstralliinGallot ror'Orekon, to hi vote if 4p- r ? a. u minted below. - t. The law requires the voter to mark with across four "names of' electors, on the olllclal ballot, which he will receive at the polling booth fioiuthc1 election olllcials. The four electors who represent William Jennings Bryi n of Nebraska for president and independent American Bimetallism as our' financial policy are marked with a cross on the ticket below for guidance only. ' The McKlnley and Hobart electors also claim to be Blmctallists, to le brought about by International agreement with European nations. I The gold standard (National) Democratic electors also claim to bo Don -ocratlc. THE OFFICIAL. HALLOT FOKQREQON. -j, Hon. Harrison It. Klncala, secretary of "ftate or the. stale of Oregon certifies tliat the following Is n correct list of all the candidates for unices to be filled by the ekJctoraof the state at large whose certificates and accept ance of nomination 'have been duly Hied with the secretary of slate of the next general election, and a true statement of be names, residences and political designations or utioh candld-ttc as required by law to be placed on the olllclal ballots, for the general election to be held In the state of Oregon on the Tuesday next after the tirst Monday in November A D. l8!)6,to-wlt, on Tuesday, November :i, 1800; ' REPUBLICAN .TICICKT. For president o' the Unite.! States William McKlnley, of Oiiio, For vice-president of ,the United States, ...J. G. Hobart? of New Jersey; Clir t'lUUMJIS Ul IIICIIUUUUIUIIU IlbU- JIKBIUCIIl.. John F. Caples, or Portland, -Multnomah county A.. T. T. Geer, of Macleay,vMarion county j...1 F. L. Smith, of Hood Ul veY, Wasco auinty $. . . i. .M. Ydran, of Eugene, Lane county Thar Za , , J" b8d' dUedly bad, Rowing Into a Wor9e condition- often resulting in the terrible slavery . misery of the cocaine and opium habit. Sleep Induced by the e of Hood's Sarsa parllla does not perhaps come as quickly, but it comes mora surely and moro per manently through nature's great restor if .1 , reJuvenatl"e channel-purified, Vitalized and enriched blood. This feeds the nerves with life-giving energy and "uuun up mo system and constitution Irom tho very foundation of all health andllfe-tho blood-puro, rich, red blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood rnrlfler. AIldniRglsts. Jl. ....,, . n l( Hond'S Pillc c"reyerl. easy to take, llUUU b rlllS eay to operate, racenta! ..Republican. ..Bepublican. ..Republican. ..Republican. BRYAN UNION MMKTALI.ICI TICKET. .W. J. Bryan, of Nebraska. .T. E. Watson, of Georgia. For president of the -United States , For vice-president of the United StUtes For electors of president and vice-president X N. L. Butler, of Iunniouth, Polk co... Peoples, Democratic, Silver Rep. X E. Mofer, of Salem, Marlon county,Peoples,Detnocratlc,Silver Republican X W. II. Snaugli, of Hnrrlsburg, Linn co., Peoples, Deimtciatic, Silver Rep. X Harry WatklnB, of McMinnvllle, Yamhill county, Peophs, Democrat ic Silver Republican. ' PROHIBITION TICK6.T. For electors of president and vice-president: n. Bowerman, of Salem, Marion county Prohibition. C. J. llright, ofWftsiio. Sherman county Prohibition. Leslie Butler, of Tiie Dalles, .Wasco county. . . . Prohibition. C. E. Heskins, .of Sprlugbfobk, Yamhill county Prohibition. " GOLD! STANDARD DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Forpresident of the United States John McAulcy Palmer. For vice president of the United States Simon Bollver Buckner. For electors of president and vice-president: Lewis B. Cox, of Portland, Multnomah county National Democratic. Alexander- M. Holmes, of McCoy, Polk county National Democratic. FrankA. Seufert, ofSeufert, Oregon., National Democratic. Curtis J. Trenchard, of Astoria, Clats-op county National Democratic. "Veters: Cut out the above sample ballot, study the names carefully, and' show It to other Voters, that no one be deceived In this election. THE UNION CAMPAIGN. Dates and Appointments for Bryan Meet ings. The Bryan Union campaign com uiittee announces the following dates aim appointments for speakers in tin state. County committees and local chair man should make arrangements for iiiesc meetings and communicate with the state central committee, composed fifJohn C. Young, M. A. Miller and Frank V. Drake, rooms 405, 0 and 7, Chamber of Commerce, Portland. HON. A. 8. BENNETT. LaGrande, Saturday, Oct. 17. Pendleton, Monday, Oct. 10. Milton, Tuesday, Oct. 20. Athena. Wednesday, Oct. 21. The Dalles, Thursday, Oct. 22. HON. N. L. BUTLER. McMinnvllle, Saturday, Oct. 17. ,, L. II. M'MAIIAN. Roseburg, Saturday, October 17.. uumras, jvionaay, October 10. -Myrtle Creek, Tuesday, October 20; Canyonvllle, Wednesday, October 21. Grants Pass, Thursday, October 22. Gold inn, Friday, October 23. Table Rock, Saturday, October 24. Medford, Monday, October 20. Jacksonville, Tuesday, October 27. rlipenlx, Wednesday, October 28. Ashland, Thursday, October 29. HOV. TT r. ii it..:.... . .,..,,, I Florence, Saturday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. m. I Head of Tide. Oct. 12. at 2 n. m. Uieshlre, Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 2 p. in. I'u'lra, Wed. Oct. 14, at 2 p. m. biulthtield, Thu. Oct. 15, at 2 p. in. Long Tom, Friday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. m. SYLVESTER PENNOYER. Albany, Thursday, Oct. 22. Eugene, Friday, Oct. 23. uoeourg, Saturday, Oct. 24. TILLMAN'S APPOINTMENTS. -uJBene, Friday, Oct. 10. - , -Albany, Saturday, Oct. 17 at 1 p. m. rvallis.Saturday, Oct.17, at 7:30p.m. Thu?,vI,le' Monday, Oct. at 11:30. p:PaUes' Tuesday. Oct 20 at 1 p.m. Jendleton, Wednesday, Oct. 21 at 1 p. ui. and 7:30 p. m. Wbrande, Thursday, Oct. 22 at 1 p.m. . ...II0N' w- T. HIQDON. v'e, Saturday, Oct 17. e vburg, Monday, Oct 10. riielius, Wednesday, Oct 21 I,,?strove' Thursday, Oct at 1.30 Wand, Oct. 24 ut lp m; Beaver pCreek at 7:30. atrSJ' 1Im' Ct' 2 at 1 P n,; Unln fS? 0cL 27 "t 1 P m; Mullno, I fcOVcdnesday,Oct28. M(mVe VlS". T'u"day, Oct 29. gynltor, Friday, Oct. 3J. bllton, Saturday, Oct 31. 1 iiwrcu c. .0,1 Saturday, Oct 17 at 7:30, Washington county, Saturday, Oct 31. Oregon ;ity, Monday, Nov. 2. Above are all dates now lixed. Com mittees can arrange afternoon and evening meetings if desired. Joint discussions acceptable unless local commltteef arranges otherwise. m State of Ohio, City of Toledo, I Lucas County j s Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the fiim ol K.J. Chenev & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, ami that said Jinn will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL. LARS for each and every case of Catakrii (hat cannnt be cured by the us; of Hall's Catarrh Curb. Sworn to before mi: and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of jDecembsr, A. D. 1896. -s . A. W. Gleason, i Seal. Notary I'ublic, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken1 internally Jiid acts directly on the blood' and mucous surface of the system. Send for; testimonials free. F, J . Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. I3PSold by Druggiits, A MODEL PLATFORM. Adopted by the Democrats In National Convention. The following i? the full and com plete platrorm as adopted by the National Democratic conventien: We, the Democrats of the United blates in national convention assemb led, do rcalHrrn our allegiance to those great essential principles of lustier. and liberty upon which our Institu tions are founded, and which the Democratic party has advocated from lelrerson's time to our own freedom or speech, freedom of t he press, free dom of conscience, the preservation of personal rights, the equality of all citizens before the law, and the faith ful observance or constitutional limi tations. During all t!ieo years the Demo cratic natty has resisted the tendency or belllii interests to tlio centraliz ation of governmental power, and steadfastly maintained the Intein-ltv of the dual scheme of government estauiisiietl by the founders of tills republic Of rcntlbllCS. tJnrinr lis 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. RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. The constitution of the United States guarantees to every citizen the rights of civil and religious liberty. The democratic party lias always been the exponent of political liberty and religious rreedom and it renews Its obligations and reafirms its devotion to these fundamental principles of the constitution. -v FINANCE. Recognizing that tho 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 lirst coinage law passed by congress under the constitution made the sil ver dollar tho 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 tho knowl edge or approval of the American peo ple lias resulted in the appreciation of gold, and a corresponding fall In the price or 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 indnstry, ana impoverisnment or tno people Ion, aDd that taxation should bo liiiiittd by the needs or the govern ment honestly and ccoim ulcaliv ad ministrated. " e denounce as dlstmbln.' to holi ness the Republican threat to restore the McKlnley law, which has twice necu condemned oy the peonle In na tional elections, and which, enacted under the fals-e plea of protection to home industry, proved a prollllc breeder of trusts and monopolies, en riched tho few by the expense of the many, restricted trade, and deprived tho producers of the great American staples of access to their natural mar kets. INCOME TAX. Until the money question Is settled we arc opposed to any agitation ror further changes In our tariff laws, ex cept such as aro necessary to meet the deticit in revenue caused by the ad verse decision of the supreme court on the income tax. But for this dpclslnn by tho supreme court, there would bo nouetlctt In the revenue under thohiw passed by a Democratic congress in strict pursuance or 1110 untrorm deci sions of that court for 100 years, that court having In that decision sus tained constitutional objections to Its enactment which had preciously beeu overruled by tho ablest Judges who have over sat on the bench. Wo de clare that it Is the duty of congress to use all 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 that the burdens of taxation may bo equally and Impartially laid, to the end that wealth mav boar Its uue proportion of the expense of the government. LAUOH. We hold that the most efllclent wuv of protecting American labor Is to prevent the Importation of forekni pauper Inbor to compete with it In tin home market, and ttiat the value or the home market to our American farmers and artUans Ik gieutly reduced by ti vicious monetary system which depre.ses tho prices of their products below the cost of production, and thus deprives them of the means of pur chasing the products of our home manufactories, and, as labor creates the wealth of the country, wo demand the passage of such laws us may be necessary to piotcot Itln nllltHrlghU. We arc In favor 'f the arbitration ofdifferences between employers en gaged in lnterstare commerce and their employes, and recommend bucIi legislation as is necessary to carry out tins principle, Tho absorption of woalth by the few, the consolidation of our leading railroad systems, and the formation or trust and pools require u stlcter control by the federal government of those arteries of commerce. We de mand the enlargement of the powers or the interstate commerce commiss ion and such and such restrictions and and guarantees in in tho control of railroads as will protect the people from robbery and oppression, .. 11 ..in "Hlttww.iwmiirinti'myW'inn"ifMttitHiw"t?niB jjf!UM(U If W I 'V 11 i.i m,inl,iN,i JTmiUii'ii.T,. ,i1r:r,'i,i ,.,''i. fl AtgctablcPrcparalionrorAs- slmilatingihcroodandRcguta- luigttaStonuusaiuiBowcbor SEE PromotesDicslion.C!icerrul ncss and Rest.Contalns neither Opium.Morpuine norEncraL Not Narcotic. XavHaTOUDrSffiCELElItSES MeJmn MtttMk- Jlppenmnt - film fit A -CfotAid Juamr Apcrfcct Remedy forConsiirvj lion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca, worms .Convulsions .Feverish ncss end Loss OF SLEEP. The Simile Signature of , new: YOHK. W$f IS 02T THE WRAPPER OF EYEEY BOTTIJ3 OB1 Oaitoil It pot Tip la CBt-tka lottlw only, II Is not toll la balk. Don't allow anrona to t.ll yxm anjtfclaj elw oa the pla or promlte that it li "Jnt m fcooa" and "will answer every pur- pun,-' oeo uai yon goi u-A-u-i-u-U-I-A. tlalU t!jstan f a: M mrr VMJJW. TAXATION. Ministers Should Use Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. ;vv- jr. "WSSk jm Mi AzJl !1. 22. Spring water w &mzm& ' xaffi ?''& --3S - VAOl 'M'SjJS I nnV.Vi.'- 13 NO lR05&"IOi, wnoso B lUOrJSPcrCn,'r t; lAIUIIfl luuap; rar.KP lijrovur wurU tea-. r. t!--l .if ito Ministry. Thuito aciit t!io nii vi . -ntm.. of tho laalu cily u.-iu.s ciiattacKa rt.i . o( lieart troniile. -r-u Msrvm. iuw." JXcv. J. l'.Kwler. J. .. 1'totor I'. " church. JJindoiiJllIU. I1U., blouolf a phyel- : "UcaTl.uuucnau clan. i:rltarili.23.1i!K and iii.riror.s uriiftrstJi Sh'Tv Wednesday, Oct 21 a I)iYVJ. ."''V. Oct 21 at 7:: !i:ffis at 1:30. :30. 21 at 2. 1, -viiiic, .-;ii iirriMi- lint. n nt Trvn I r.5?, " '! !!ty. Tj'ay, Oct 27. ft'ri',,,1 Jn""'; "tnesflay, octal. "'II0oro, Friday, Cct 30, , it? .urloas last UU tjn too pulpit wonldaci . -m r 21 Dr. Miles' m 11-U opcuaiu vj "little ovor wprk In latofctgjy pro3tro me TlW?t llf'craoU certain 1 iaut relliwuwu thu work Tlirf Plir? of tho wluUtry iMlrcly. ncail '"jjjartpjipitatlouUcamo Restores w ij Uit w auuiwr Heilltll...... .av heart iluioaie. lAst November I commoncod taUlns Dr. MUm Now Heart Curo auoruaie'y " " Nerylno and derived the greatest poalblo benefit. I havajfetcl- wvlvalworktrf 10 weeks, prcachlue ut arly every night ana twlco on tho EabbaUi-1 can apeak for boura without sutlerlnc as I formerly did. Hard worklnS wlnUtow should keep Dr. Miles erand romodles on hand." . Vt bdttlo W b3nettf orVaer wfanied. 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 adoption has brought other nations Into tinanclal servitude to London. It is not only un-Atuerlcan, but antl Amcrican, and it can be fastened on the United States only by the stillinL' of that spirit and love of liberty which proclaimed our political Inde pendence in 1770 and won in the war of the revolution. c - FKEE COINAGE. "We demand the free and unlimited coinage of both silver and uold at the present legal ratio of 10 to 1, without waiting for the aid or consent of any other nation. We demand that the standard silver dollar shall be a full legal tender, equally with gold, for all debts, public and private, and we favor sucli legislation as will prevent for the future the demonetization of any kind of legal tendep money by private contract. BONDS. "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 redeemjngpuch ob ligations In either silver coin or gold coin. We arc opposed to the Issuing of Interest-bearing bonds of the United States in time of peace, and condemn the trafficking with banking syndi cates which, In exchange for bonds and at an enormous prolit to them selves, supply the federal treasury with told to maintain the policy of gold monometallism. ISSUE OP MONEY. Congress alone lias the power to coin and Issue, money, and Prerident Jackson declared' that this power could not be delegated to corporations or individuals. We therefore de nounce the Issuance of notes Intended to circulnte as 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 iM-eivabie for duties to the United states shall be be issued by the gov ernment of the United Suum and ; shall be redeemable In coin. TAUIFP. We hold that tariff duties should lie1 levied fnrpuijiosr of revenue, sue 11 au QWo denounce the profligate wasVo or the money wrung from tho people by oppressive taxation and the lavish appropriations of recent Itcpubllcan congresses, which have kept taxes high while tho labor that pays them Is unemployed, and tho products of tho people's toll are depressed In price till they no loniror repay the cost of production. We demand a teturn to that sim plicity and economy which benefits a Democratic government and 11 reduc tion In the number of useless offices, the salaries of which drain the sub stance of the people. FEDERAL INTERFERENCE. ,Wodcnout)cc arbitrary Interferences by federal authorities in local affairs as a violation of the constitution of the United States and a crime against rrcc institutions, and we especially object to government by injunction as n new and lilguly dangerous form or oppression, by which federal Judges In contempt of the laws of the states and rights of citizens, become at once legislators, Judges, and executioners, ami we approvo the bill passed at the last session of tho United States sen ate, and now pending In the houso of representatives, relative to contempts In federal courts and providing for trials by Jury In ccrtnln cases of con tempt. ANTI-FUNDING. JSo discrimination should be In dulged by tho government of tho Uni ted states in in vor 01 any oiiisoeut- I0-T0-BA0 -GUARANTEED OBACCO HAD1T mmm Miis K'r,'t-(0Rxies6l(! SMUWoiirf provo ltspQTSrtolostrorthadostre tor tc.baccoln nnr . .toMffiSSJSA" 1...1.IA.1 Wt aZ. -7. rXK "Vtm .. iuui iikuiuui.uu uiBKuavic. .lulu; n uux. IUUW LD9 CO. a filed. a expect TOII 10 UolloTO what wn 1. fur n. cnnill lianlntnlr mi.r..itwl h. rtrnrol.t. ...... I iqr our booX'Pt'VlKiiri'rohiooo Unit antl Hmoku Your Ufo Jlway." written i.-uar&ntaa.fi AtwressUUIi 8 ViUilOAU KUaiJDUV CO.. Vhlaaaa or JVew York. itere. BepJ tor our looToi t Euiupio. D. J. FRY, Agent, - Salem, Oregon. V? SFk PZl Healthy, happy children are thoe whole mothers have been, and are, healthy. Th? best liitentioiied woman In the world wit. fall ahort of her duty to her children if lie is worried and wearied with weakness and slck'iess. Most all IrriUble women are sick women. Most all melcncholy, listless, Janjrultl women are sick women. Uvery woman who will take the trouble to notice, will find that at certain fiitd periods she is nervous, cross, irritable and despondent. Any irregularity makes the conditions worse. liven a well woman is less amiable than usual at these times. What can br expected from a sick woman? When every movement is a dreary dra, when the nerves are all on edge in sym. pathy with the particular onea affected when it seems that death were very much preferable to living what can a woman do for her children then? It is every woman's duty to be well and healthy. There is no reason why she should be otherwise it only she will take proper care of herself and take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription when she needs it This celebrated remedy has been used la the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo. N. Y., of which Dr. Pierce if Chief Consulting Physician and specialist, for over y years. Thousands of women have been cured by it and hundreds have written grateful letters. :.. r ,li.. Irttpra are embodied in a 1000 page book, profusely illustrated, called "The People's Medical Adviser." which ors. Wo npprovo of the refusal of the Pacltle railroad funding bill, and de nounce tho efforts of tho present Re publican congress to enact a similar measure. l'FVSIONS Itecognlzlng tiie Just' claims of de serving union soldiers we heartily en dorse the rule of the present commis sioner of pensions that no names shall bo arbitrarily dropped from tho pen slon roll; and tho fact of enlistment and service should be deemed con clusive ovldcnco against disease and disability before enlistment. TKRKITORIES. Wc favor the admission of tho ter ritories of Now Mexico, Arizona nnd Oklahoma into the united States, and wc favor the early admission of all the territories haying tho neces sary population and resources to en title them to statehood, and while they remain territories, wo hold that the olllcials appointed, to administer the government of any territory to gether with the District of Columbia and Alaska, should be bona ildo resi dents of tho territory or district In which the duties ure to bo performed. Tho Democratic party bclloves In home rule nnd that all public lands of the United States should be appro priated to the establishment of freo homes for American citizens. Wo recommend that the territory of Alaska bo granted n delegate In con gress, and that the general land nnd timber laws of the United States bo extended to said territory. MONROE DOCTRINE. The Monroe doctrine is originally declared, and as Interpreted by eur.ccd ing presidents, Is a permanent part of the forclun policy of tho United States, and must at all times bo main tained CUI1A. 0W0 extend our sympathy to tho people of Cuba In their heroic strug glo for liberty and Independence. THIRD TERM. We aro opposed to life tenure in the public service. Wo favor appoint ments based upon merit, fixed term of office, and sach an administration of tho civil service laws as will afford cnual opportunities to all citizens of ascertained lltness. We declare It to 1)0 tho unwritten law of this republic, established by custom and usage of one hundred years and sanctioned by the examples of the greatest und wisest of those who founded and have maintained our government, that no man should ho eligible for u third term in tho ptcsldentlnl office. WATERWAYS. The lederal gt 'eminent should care ror and improve tho Mississippi river und other great waterways of tho re public, so as to secure for the Interior states easy und cheap transportation to tldewntcr. When any waterwuy of the republic Is of sufficient Import ance to demand aid ni mc govern ment such aid should bo extended up on a definite plan of continuous work until permanent Improvement Is wcurcd. Con lid Ing In tlio Justice or our cause and tho ncccislty of Its succcsd nt tho polls, wo submit the foregoing declar ations of principles nnd purposes to the considerable Judgment of the American people. Wo Invite the sup port or ull citizens who approve them and who desire to have them made offectlvo through legislation for the roller or the people and tho restorat Ion of the country's prosperity. Chicago, Milwaukee, k Si. Paul Ry.. mu,CBotaAo g !i o w AXL m will be sent on receipt of ai cents In one- iu - in aniiifcicii ns in tirmrnm . eqtMiOyMiniiigliltutiilfoimiiintry and Wyby woklo'i DunmsAav MicsKAt no 1,lfcrltHliiatc'bctween'elaBSor;o; association, j Main St, Bofelo, N, Y, For Do'.lcacy, for purity, and for improvement of ths com plcaloa nothing tquals I'orjom's Powpak. GLANCE ATI HIS MAP. Of the Chicago, Milwaukee and tSt. Paul Hallway and note its connection with all triintconttncntal lines at St. Paul and Omaha, andromember when going east that Its Iru'ni aie lighted with electricity and heated hv steam. Its equipment is superb, Klegant Buffet, library, smoking and sleeping cars, with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping car leithhas an electric reading lamp, and its dining cars are 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 reasons for the popularity of "The Milwau kee." Coupon ticket agents in every rail, road office will give yon further Information, or address C.I.EDDY. General Agent, J. V, CASEV, Trav. Pms. Agent. 1'ortland If people HBBj BH only knew how much time they would save und how much more thoy would enjoy tho trip If their tickets to Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas City or Nt. L.0UIS rcau via me llttrllngton Itotitc, our trains would bo crowd ed In place of being comfortably filled. Tickets, time-tables, ana full Information on application to the nearest ticket agent or by addressing A. C. .SHELDON, O.A., Poitland, Or. MADE ME A MAN AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CORB JLl.Ij M rvout iiumim-ruuag ntm- urlu or roans , anil s7 -" r 1 Uktnln err. ImpoUiier.HIt!iilyJtd faAbuinmidolhir Hicf sad India. cntlout, Thty ulAI una furfi reUwo Ixt viuiilr tn.om fltaa Yri9; in . .b a., trim it lA ...l.l MKaB ... . . .. I 1 1 K I, IW. .V. ..U'., .11 '. . W. ...., 3 lOMtiiir n vpntawviioa it r uu thowa lumlt4t loipror. r wi ointra iiu, in. Ajsx Tabltfa. Tatf tun rasrsnU to !ImI a eon la ti ScTb iiet.B t ' T .. : . - . . nt..i.. ..-: Ktnion ntrmg in saain ajks aaiucu. iuf ? carM tbound sad vlil cur joa. H sit . 7 -"---..M--r. r.T.tT tuuil sua Bcu u vua wiuniu " .Itlvs wrlLLan nu.niM IA i7l lstiMkswltBTrtrwtiBnlT.Iar 1 ( niTlTila " ho Rosy tr roshnoss A uil a vilvct sottbeM ol the skin is Invsv I rlntly oMslutdbv tboM who iu 1'ouoai'si OompUxlou Powder. THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF i n'l" "" m rPKOTOiiALS FORj STATIONERY, OFF! CK OI THE StCJtisTARY OF SrTAT ) bALKM, Oregon, Sept. I, 1896,) Sealed proposal, will be received at this fc.t nfniV n0On NP""1' . 89, to fum. ih the following articles for the htate of Ore- ??,. .eiV?eoI ,ne?l,'"':nnial Session of the UgiOative Assembly clSr?.ml.,eCa,MP H lbs. No. 7 rulinr white laid. laid. Charter n.v . c.u i "1 1 or other good paper, 30 reams first elaa Cimimi.. .. .i Reed paper, y.pound.t No. 7 ruling, white 20 reams letter paLer, , 2 n, Ko. 7 ruling white laid. Carew. Chttr , . c..C linen, or other rmnil no.ui. ' .' 20 rcami of typewriter, letter sise, Paragon tetter wove No. 3, or other good paper. 20 reams typewriter, legal site, Paragon, letter wove No. 3W, or other good paptr. 6 reams typewriter, legal she, Paragon, letter wove No. iy or other good paper. . 6 SXM "He' Satin finish carbon, blue, sue 8 x ioV. 6 boxes Little's Satin finUh carbon, blnp, siieSx 13. "i".'.'0, 6 ,"a nelope, 60 lbs." No. 1, rag XXX. ' 12 Gross railroad steel pens, No. 49. 20 Gross Uillott's steel pens, No. 404. 4 Grow Ulllou's steel pens', No. 303. 8 Gross Esterbrook 1'' tn 6 Gross Falcon steel pens, No. 048. 6 Grot4 T!rrlirilf r- n.Ai.A.. -.-..w. v.. w. . IUIMIIC .I..I pens No. 313. , 0 Gross Estethmnk A t'n'u Ti,.1r.. O..III Strel pens No. 312, 6Gros E.terbrook & Co, 'a Chancellor stei-1 pen No 239. 6 Gioss London Incandescent, M. Jacob's No. 4. 2 Dozen Sanfoid's Cardlnal'ted Ink, t.lnts. la 5 UIO.S pen holders, bluik enamel, large, 10 Dozen Peck, Stow & .Wilcox's Inkstsnd. No CCS. mBsmrm m A Dozen Peck. Stow & Wll' Inb.inn.l. No CC4. 10 Uzen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstandt. No. 420. J . 12 Dozen fvory folders, g.lnch standard. 4 Dozen ivory fojdcrs. olhcir("oni(res.v 4 D.zen niucllnur tui Ka- 8.r Motvaii's patent. to Doren mucilage stands, rescrvoif, N$.6, Morgan's jiilcnt. 3 reams Parker's treasury blotting paper, or other good paper, 140 lbs. assorted colors. ? Gross No. 2 Eagle recorder, lead pencils, itvle 660. . . S Dozen banlorc's preminm fluid, quarts. t? Dozen cummed stub files. No. 2r.11 te v .-- , "J lubiics, uo iagi;sa 2 1.2 Dozen btanotd's vyrhing fluid, quarts. immeu siud lues, via, 21 4 Dozen Duplex cupbeard letter cllps legal ie. 20 Dozen Duplex cupboard letter dtps. 15 Dozen Fabei's lublier" "rulers, I4-Inch flat. , 15 Dozen steel erasers, lingers' No. 18,149, bone. M3 Dozen Heel erasers, Rogers' No. 18,149, ebony. , 70 boxes Faber's No. 300 rubber bands, assorted sizes. S Gross Faber's lead pencils, No. 2, hexa. gon, gilt. 12 Gross Faber's lead oenctls. tin. 1 rnuml. ML r ' ' ' 20 Dozen Faber's patent ink and pencil rubber erasers, mammoth, 3,000 McGlli's patent paper fasteners.No. a flat head, 3,000 McGUl's patent paper fasteners,No. 2 ound heads, white 3.00(1 McUlll's patent paper fasteners.'No. 4, flat head, 15 Dozen lablo pads to hold paper, 19x20 Inches, strong leather tips, 15 Dozen waste paper baskets, cross-bar No. 4. 3 Dozen was'e paper baskets, small, No.ii, round. 29 lbs, hemp twine No, 2,1 4 Dozen Sanford's mucilage, quarts. llids should be marked "Proposals for Sta tionery." None but the best quality of goods will be accepted. The richt to rel xt any or all bids Is te. served. All the above articles to be dellv. red at Salem on or before December 15,1896, There belnrf at the nrrrnt tlmi nn mnn,v available for paying for the above supplies, oias win oniy ue acceptca unuer inc express oondltlon, agreement and understanding that the successful bidder will look to, and de pend upon the next legislature appropriating money to pay the claim, very resnectiuiiy, fSKj U U. KINCAID, g-S-gm Secretary ol State. LOOP POISON Prlnarr.ftuh caterer? MraaseBtle surod In IB tou dava. You can bo Sreatsd s) home for sama prloo occJer sane ruaraa- ly. nioupreirriooomouorawawineoo. tlatritLOOU l'OISONl Boona; enrv. Iodide D Mtru, Muoons Vatches in mouth, So a 'impiflii vopper vuioi aoy put o( thaxxlr, llalr tract to par railroad faraaod holttlli,ji4 nre, l( fall to cure. If rou bava taken mer , Iodide potash, n4 atltt tutT sitsi aa4 1 isouin, bo xaroac, ed SpoU, III mm oa SrS?fJ eat. It la thu Seeoadarw we KUnBtee to cure. Wo soUK tta saost a uate casaa ana ciiallenRe the woria for m eaweeaanotcure. TbM dlsaaaa has ln SMtCHeU tha altlll of the most emluvat physl elans. MO,WO oaplUI tscblBd our BBeoaaV UoDtltTWrantr. AbaoliiejBoofMntMlaot v V FASHIONS CHANGE W nrrr VV $ POZZONI'5 vComplexiony I POWDER X r It KMANh ALWAYS TMK SAME. Jf Vv ' .. .. VV . iiu until, purrm ana most Deauu- r J fyliiir toilet iKwdar ever made. It Is A f tioothlnir, healing;, healthful and FJ A 1.',r,?lf.V ndwharlbtlr usad ait A r liulaJWu. It you bavo never trloU fS d jl. gy POZZONJ'S A IT IS SOLI) EVKKYWM11K. A A A rS;&5K;?g?& SM W tUUUUK w lftiou nmtlit Tal rHtl BHtUlCM CO. uAoMMHiMri.a.9H SBSSV "" 'JW 'Wl Mm is a non-DoUoooit, raiuedy for UonoirUoea OlMt, SrsrnatorrbiBa, Wtilti. uunaturaliM. chsrsni. or or ln8piioa. (loo IrrlUllnit ur ulurs tlka xr IUH90US iutui. brsBw, nuu-fini.i. WOM UT srurira. or seal In pluin rpr. br. oik". iriwlil, fi,t LMHMWhVlu ' mil irjnn nsjat wo PcasasU's Tosm r. It producaa a soft 4 bitMl sWa.