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The Official BallolJIWerit The Foiipe:of tors in The uilleial Australian ballot for ...1 ItalntV. The law rcqultQ tlio.VQUr-.to mark flB jhe uBlclnl bMlhiti whluii lf will rodclvti at Uio poHlt booth from the .wilcPHnifiKit. iwfdUP!MWMH0l'ciwttntWlllldm Joiirilnifa Qmn orUMdHa fur irealdertt utld Zudcipeiiddiib Anidi'lesui Hhuctatlbni itj our .1.1 .i..ii:io ,i'M illilrlnul wltll II rti'.-itin t.lip ticket. lii-iiiit f,if iil1,u,n.. fs.,iu. IfllMlWH" l'1""-' "' 'flic McKluley utid Huba t't dlcdlbrs I taught abimt by International agreement with European natlutls. file gfllu .stailUdru tubiiiii.iu Jciuut:i.iiiiu electors ;uso 01.11111 lo oo Djm r (jcratic. THE OFFICIAL BALLOT FOR OREGON. II.irrl.iod ll. tflucaid, secretary of state or the stale or Orccon. linn II.1rri.10n u. ixiuojiu, suoiuoaijr m ii.iLo (ii Liie state or Oregon. c4 Ities that the following Is a correct list or all the candidates Tor offices to full led by the electors or the state at large whoso certlllcates and accent ing" of nomination have been duly tiled with the secretary of state of f iip next general election, ana n true nd nolltlcil ilcsignaiitii is 01 such e.inniu.ttes as required by law to be niiredon the otliclal ballots, Tor the general election to be held in the :X or Oregon on the Tuesday next arter the tlrst Monday in November. J. D. I83,tii-wl6. on Tuesday, November 3, 1SU0. RCPDDLICA.VjTICKET. v.ir nrcidenfc of the United States I r vice-president of the United Stat v.ir electors or president and vice- v. oi.vt.nrs or oresiaeut ana vice John F. Caples, or Portland, Multnomah county Republican. 'f. T. (ieer, OI lUilciciiy, i'luium t,uuui,j liepuniicun. E. L. oiniui. 01 uiiuu iviyui, huui uiuubjr iicpiiuiiraii. .M. lor.in, "i xiuBciict ""IB tuuuir liejiuoiiean. BRYAN UNI3N BIMETALLIC TICKET. rnr nrcsidentor the 'United States iv-.vipo-nmsident ot the United States... t a . n a an maii t 4 t a t unrl I art IX N. L. uutler, 01 aionmoutii, j.-oik ior eiCCLOrs Ul ijiu-mucuu unu iiwiiibiiucih. B n, llllier, Ul Oiliuiu, uim iwu wuiw;,! uujiu,i.tiuuia iu,uni;i imilliui ILilll IX W. II. Spaugh, of IIurri8burg, Linn co., Peoples, Democratic, Silver Rep. IX Harry Watkine, of McIInnvllle, Yamhill county, Peoples, Democratic Stiver itepuoucuu. PROHIBITION Tor electors of president and vice - ID. Bowennan, or Salcni, Marion county Prohibition. C. J. Bright, or wasco. csnerman county I'roniuition. jLesiie Uutler, or tiio uaues, wasco county iTonioition. G E. llesklns, or apnngorooK, GOLD STANDARD For president of the-Unlted States John McAuley -Palmer. For vice president of the United States Simon Bollver Buckner. For electors of nresident and vice-president: Lewis B. Cox, of Portland, Multnomah county National Democratic. Alexander M. Holmes, or McCoy, Polk county National Democratic. Frank A. Seufert, of Seufert, Oregon National Democratic. Curtis J. Trenchard, or Astoria, C'latsop county National Democratic. Veters: Cut out the above sample ballot, study the names caiefully, land show it to other voters, that no one THE UNION CAMPAIGN. Dates and Appointments for Bryan Meet ings. The Brvan Union camnaiirn com- jmlttee announces the following dates fand appointments for speakers in tin fstate. County committees and local chair man should make arrangements for these meetings and communicate with me state central committee, composed of John C.Young, M. A. Miller and Frank V. Drake, rooms 405. 0 and 7. Chamber of Commerce, Portland. l. 11. m'mahan. Sold Hill, Friday, October 23. rable Rock. Saturday. October 24. Medford, Monday, October 26. jack-sonviiie, Tuesday, October zi. nioenix, Wednesday, October 'IS. tsnianti, Tiiursday, October zu. HON. H. C. llAKElt Iinrt J. D. MATLOCK. iFlorenee, Saturday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. m. fuiua or aiae, uct. iz, nt z p. m. ucsniic, xuesaay, uct. u, at a p. in. Elnilra. Wed. Oct,. 14. nt. 2 n. m. Nithfield, Thu. Oct. 15, at 2 p. m. uu xom, jj-riaay, uct. 10, at z p. in. SYLVESTER PENNOYER. t-ugene. Fridav. Oct. 23. Rosebnrg, Saturday, Oct. 24. HON. W. T. RIQDON. OlfanOct. 23afc lnm; Rnrlntrwater ftb IIM1. a . r ' 1 -- Highland, Oct. 24 at 1 p m: Beaver If week at 7:30. pleasant Hill, Oct. 26 at 1 p ru; Union Macksburg, Oct. 27 at 1 p m; Mullno. ai i:ou. entre VIp.w. Timraiou rvt. 00. Rpnltor, Friday, Oct. 30. perron, Saturday, Oct 31. - E. IIOFER. Dayton. Friday, Oct. 23 at 2. UUtteVllln. Mnt.nrrlnv net. 91 nt. 73n .,' Nner, Monday, Oct 20. wuwoia county, Tuesday, uct zi. OlUnibla COlint.v. WnHnnsflnv. Oct 28. Portland. TIlllKrlmi rn 00 Hillshnrn Pptilnu A',.f on Washington county. Saturday, Oct 31. "uu ;ity, Monday, iNov. z. n W. J. D'AROY. tugene, Friday, October 23. Albany Saturday, October 24. V? fvallls, Monday. OcUiber 20. Wilem, Tuesday, October 27 Oregon City, Wednesday ,-October 28. Portland, Thursday, October 29. Astoria, Friday, October 30. Aoove are all dates now fixed. Com- lltlees can nrnnnn nftApnruin nnri "enng meetings ir desired. Joint "'Hussions accenbilile nnlr local Jnimltteef arranges otherwise. Vou Can Be Well When your hlruvl U nnn rlitli nnri !urshing for nerves and muscle. 1 1. 0100(1 ls te vital fluid, and when "Poor, thin and Imnnm vnu must S?utferryou will fall a victim wort- t" c"an?e3 exposure, o over- U'l. IvPOn l.illr Vilnn,! n.iwa .ultll ffite'ilteweU. w"' assist digestion, cure headache. OA.STOHIA. Rin. ..alii EtUtut Presidential Eleo Oregon. Oregon, to 1)3 voted'bii Tuesday, Nov with across four numci of electors, p'Mt'uifi t Had claim to be HluicttillisW, to 19 statement or the names residences William McKinlev. of Ohio. ates J. G.v Ilobart. or New .for.v - president: W. .1. Bryan, of Nebraska. .T. E. Watson, of Georuia. V fm' lrii t co.. jcopics democratic, silver Kep. TICKET. president: lamuui county I'rouioition. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. be deceived In this election. Statu ok Ohio, City of Toledo, I Lucas Coun rv j 8 1'rank J. Chunky make? oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F.J. Cheney it Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and tlint said Arm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL. LARS for eneh and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the us of Hall's Catarrh Curk. Sworn to before me and j subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1896. . , . -. . A . W. Gleason, j Seal. I Notary Public, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally .ind acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system. Send lor testimonials free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. E?Sold by Druggists, qDon't go East Until you have seen the undersigned, who can quoto you the lowest rates furnish you your through tickets, sleeping car berths, and arrange for a pleasant trip via the Union Pacific system. Boise & Barker. agents, Salem, Or. 10 15 4w d Let The Whole World Know The Good Driiiles' Heart Cure Does J Vv- -. X- --: HAKT JIS1" VU M 1W vu-UBi a. a Uladvin.' - Atwiy- 't "-' ,....rtu. .1 iciir.i'l. ttlmntlie bo. onyx uJV.i.aii " " r .Hte U tlicrv t FH-ut ro.l. ai. .!. W ,J,o.lH.!..rl1u-.." "t'-u.r?j; . . 11 -1 r .i-s,. write I ocmrp lUL'l r. 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' , - .r :-""" y v.jxiweii, jiassi t . ii - o., . 1 11..., ' f: nood'g PHlfi KffirM.1 ialh or Z5C A MODEL PLATFORM. Adopted by the Democrats In National Convention. The following i the full and coni 1'lete platform as adopted by the National Democratic conventien: We, the Democrats of the United Slates in national convention assemb led, do realllrm our allegiance to those great essential principles of justice and liberty upon which our institu tions are founded, and which the Democratic party lias advocated from .Icirerson's time to our own freedom of speech, rreedom or the press, free dom of conscience, the preservation of personal rights, the equality or all citizens before the law, and the faith ful observance or constitutional limi tations. ' During all these years the Demo cratic party has resisted the tendency or bullish interests to the centraliz ation of governmental power, and steadrastly maintained the Integrity or 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 or the rights of the states and in its assertion or the necessity of confining the general government to the exercise of powers granted by the constitution or 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 has always been the exponent or political liberty and religious rreedom and it 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 meta s or the United States, and that the iirst coinage law passed by congress under the constitution made the sil ver dollar the money unit, and ad mitted gold to rree coinage at a ratio based upon the silver dollar unit. Wo declare that the act of 1873 de monetizing silver without the knowl edge or approval of the American peo ple lias resulted in the appreciation of gold, and a corresponding rail in the price or commodities produced by the peeplej a heavy Increase In the burden or taxation and of all debts, public and private; the enrichment or the money lending class at home and abroad, the prostration or indnstry, and impoverishment of the people. Wc are 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 financial servitude to London. It is not only un-American, but anti- American, and it can oe lastenca on t.lir. United States onlv by the stilling of that spirit and love of liberty which proclaimed our political inde pendence in 1770 and won in the war of the revolution. CD FREE COINAGE. We 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. We demand that the standard silver dollar shall be a full legal tender, equally with gold, for all debts, public and private, und we favor sucli legislation as will prevent for the future the demonetization of any kind of legal tender money by private contract. DONDB. We are opposed to the policy and practice or surrendering to the hold ers or the obligations, of the United States, the option reserved by law to the government of redeeming such ob litratlons in either silver coin or gold We arc opposed to the Issuing of in-torAct-ivnrW bonds of the United cfntna in titno nf nence. and condemn the trallicking with banking syndi cates which, in exchange for bonds and at an enormous profit to them selves, supply the federal treasury wltli gold to maintain the policy of gold monometallism. ISSCE OF MONEY. Congress alone has the power to coin and Issue money, and Prerldent Jackson declared that this power could not be delegated to corporations or individuals. Wc therefore de nounce the Issuance of notes intended to circulate as money by national banks as In derogation of the consti tution, and we demand that al paper which Js made a legal tender for public and private debts or which Is receivable for duties to the United fJtates shall be be issued by the gov ernment of the United States and shall be redeemable In coin. TARIFF. We hold that tariff duties should be levied for purpose or revenue, sucu uu .Lc m 1. ki admsted as to operate eoually throughout the country and .- Ih.Ia luitn'min rilneo nt aiin. no uisenuiiuuM """ v. v. w. tion, and that taxation should bo I mi ted by the uceds of the govern ment honestly and economically ad ministrated. Wo denounce as disturbing to busi ness the Republican threat to restore the McKlnley 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 prolltic breeder or trusts and monopolies, en riched the Tew by the expense or the many, restricted trade, and deprived the producers or the great American staples or access to their natural mar kets. INCOME TAX. Until the money question is settled we are opposed to any agitation for further changes in our tarliT lawa, ex cept such as uro necessary to meet the deficit in revenue caused by the ad verse decision of the supremo court on the income tax., But for thin declslun by the aurircmq cuurti vherq would bu noflcflolt In tharovonlte tinder thohuv turned by a Democratic congress ia Strict PUntmnce t.f the uniform div.l. Rious of that court for loo years, that Court havlm? Ill that decision ns. talned constitutional objections to Its enactment Wllleh had preciously been overruled by the ablest Judges who have ever $at on the bench. We de clare thlit it Is tile duty of congress to use all the constitutional power which remains after that decision, or which may tome from Its reversal by Hie court as it mav hereafter be consti tuted, so that the burdens or taxation may be equally and impartially laid. to the end that wealth may bear its due proportion or the expense or the government. LAHOR. We hold that the most cllicient 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 svstem which depresses the prices of their products below the cost of production, and 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 to piotect it in all its rights. We are in tavor of the arbitration ofdillerences between employers en gaged in interstare commerco and their employes, and recommend such legislation as is necessary to carry out this principle. The absorption of wealth by the few, the consolidation of our leading railroad systems, and the formation of trust and pools require a stictcr control by the federal government or those arteries of commerce. Wc de mand the enlargement of tho powers of the interstate commerce commiss ion and such and such restrictions and and guiirantees in in the control of railroads as will protect the people from robbery and oppression, TAXATION. We denounco the profligate waste of tho money wrung from tho people by oppressive taxation and the lavish appropriations of recent Republican congresses, 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 lonirer repay tho cost of production. We demand a return to that sim plicity and economy which benefits n Democratic government and a reduc tion In tho number of useless offices, tho salaries of which drain the sub stance of the people. FEDERAL INTERFERENCE. nWedenouncc arbitrary interferences by federal authorities in local affairs as a violation of the constitution of the United States and a crime ngainst free institutions, and we especially object to government by injunction as a new and highly dangerous form or oppression, by which federal judges In contempt of the laws or the states and rights or citizens, become at once legislators, Judges, and executioners, and wc approvo the bill passed at the last session of the United State3 sen ate, and now pending in tho house of representatives, relative to contempts in foderal courts and providing for trials by Jury. In certain cases of con tempt. ANTI-FUNDING. No discrimination should be In dulged by the government of the Uni ted States in favor of any ofltsdebt- one ot ttie wrbng thing II In thi) world tbat a woman hai to wait for a man to speak. Hei bappfneis mav de pend upon him, but the 9 not per. mltted to tell him 10, at be would be to tell her She must depend upon ber ability to cre ate and foster in him favorable and ardent feeling To do this, the muil depend much upon her appearance, N o man admlrei a tab low ikin, dull and lunken and circled eyea, bloodiest lips, sunken cbeekf. No man wanta tc marry at Invalid. Very few lovaldf are attrae tlvt to cltbet sex. It isn't natural ... ..1. tbey snouia ue. .otmij a wum.u 1 heart'! happiness bar been wreciteo be cause of a crop of pimples or because of 1 foul breath, of becauss of some other iuv pleasant symptom of an irregularity is tb performance of her natural functions. Health In a woman brings clear complex. Ion, red lips, vivacity, spajkls of eye and intentct Eternal watchfulness ii the pries 0 health. The downward road to dlseass (i fatally easy to travel I.ittle disorders, Jittls Irregularities, little dralM, lead to the most serious consequences. Put a atop to them I Dr Pierce's Pavorite Prescrlptloe will ds it without tht embarrassment of examinations and "local treatment" as muck dreaded by modest women. In nlni cast 1 la ten there i absolutely nc teed , of tbem The "Pavorite Prescription" haj been prescribed by Dr Pierce for over y yean and has cured th very worst formi of female troubles. A book of 1000 pages, profusely Illustrated written by him containing much valuablt information and letters from hundred of grateful women, will be sent at-iolultlj ft tt oo receipt of twenty-one cent, in one cent stamps, to pay postage and wrapping only, by VVcauVi DisrENJAKY MkdicaI Association. U Main 6t, Buffalo, N Y. fVr C L ) Vrffiti 1 tm HwiwmitTtnfflflttimnffmwwHiiiinwrs-4j l " ' "' ,...1,, v 1 9 '' ' 1 1 111 '1 1 uu ::i... n. i... ii,. 1 ii'TTT.',1 W VcBciablcPrcparatlonfor As similating IhcToodflndUcgula tlng thcatomacb ondDowla of PfOffiOteaDIsllon.Ccrdd" nc38 mwRcstlCOntfllM neither Opturrt,Morptilri& nortlMfal. Nonnarcotic jixvtccxjnrxwvizwaini jtnitt Stit Jintnuiat- . JD1CuricnaSU . llitfryrwtrunr. Apcrfcctncmcdy for Constipa tion, Sour Slomach.Diarrhoca, VorTns .Convulsions Jcvcrish ncss andLoss OF SLEEP. Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK. TO-BAO HI "1 II CXACT COPY OF WRAPPCH. "BBaaBaBaBBBBBB9BBBBHaaflaMHBVE25ZjA GUARANTEED TOBACCO HABIT jS-a Orer 1,00.000 boxes sold. SOOjOOO cur3 proro its powor I. . v-jy-w, ,uu Kraitwii uvtto-iouu id tuoiToria. juany lam to make tbe weak Impotent man stroos. vhrorom and maun lull too. We oipoot jou tobollere wtiat we y. for bero. Bend lor our lxoKiet"lon'tTobrco8rtit anil Wf)OUJiUU. Jtmn-mii riF frai lrf D. J. FRY, Agent, ors. wc approvo of the retusal or the Pad lie railroad funding bill, and de nounce the efforts or the present Re publican congress to enact a similar measure. PENSIONS. Recognizing tho Just claims or de serving union soldlors wo heartily en dorse tho rule or the present commis sioner 01 pensions tuat no names snail bo arbitrarily dropped from tho pen slon roll; and the fact of enlistment and service should bo deemed con clusive evidence ngainst disease und disability beforo enlistment. TERRITORIES. Wo favor the admission of the ter ritories of Now Mexico, Arizona nnd Oklahoma into tho United States, and we favor the early admlbslon of all the territories having tho neces sary population and resources to en title them to statehood, and while they remain territories, wo hold that tho officials appointed- to administer tho government of any territory to gether with tho District of Columbia and Alaska, should bo bona lido resi dents of ttie territory or district in which tho duties are to bo performed. Tho Democratic party believes in home rule and that all public lands of tho United States should be appro priated to the establishment of free homes for American citizens. We recommend that tho territory or Alaska be granted a delegate in con gress, and that the general land and timber laws or the United States bo extended to said territory. MONROE DOCTRINE. The Monroe doctrine Is originally declared, and as Interpreted by sucecd ing presidents, is a permanent part or tho foreitrn policy of tho United States, and must at all times bo main tained CUBA. oWc extend our sympathy to tho people of Cuba in their heroic strug gle for liberty and independence. THIRD TERM. Wo arc opposed to life tenure In tho public service. Wo favor appoint ments based upon merit, fixed term of office, and sacli an administration of the civil service laws as will afford equal opportunities to all citizens of ascertained fitness. We declare it to be the unwritten law of this republic, established by custom and usage of one hundred years and sanctioned by the examples of the greatest and wisest of tlioso who founded and liavo maintained our government, that no man should be eligible for a third term in tho presidential office. WATERWAYS. The federal government should caro for and improve tho Mississippi river and other great waterways of tho re public, so as to secure for the Interior states easy and cheap transportation to tidewater. When any waterway or the republic Is or sulllclent Import ance to demand aid of tho govern ment such aid should bo extended up on a definite plan of continuous work until permanent Improvement Is secured. Confiding In the justice of our cause and -Clio necessity of its success nt tho polls, we submit the foregoing declar ations of principles and purposes to the considerable judgment of the American people. Wo invite the sup port of ull citizens who approve them and who desire to have them made effective through legislation for the relief of the people and the rcstorat Ion of the country's prosperity. For Do'Jcacy, for purity, and for Improvement of tho com plexion nothlug equal Poxxoxi'a Pownsu, SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF (SUSSd IS ON THH WRAPPER OF EVER BOTTU33 OF CASTORIA OastorU is pot up in one-tlis bottles only, It is But sold la bulk. Don't allow anyone to sell yoa anything else on the plea or promise that it is ' Jnst as pood" and "will answer every per. poio." 9"Bee that yoa Et0-A-B-T-0-B-1-A. ThefM- -- CURE tiro tor tobaooo In an 10 pounds In 10 dars 1 to destroy tbedeslra for tobaooo In any rain 10 noundi in 10 dAra and It narcf maKDOtlo, just try a box. tou will ba do- a enra Is absolu tto. Just try a box. You will ba do 1 loir guaranteed by druKguta erery Ufo Away,'1 written Buaranteo and ucaf o or New York. Bmpko Yonr Wiwmir OO., Chicago Salem, Oregon. & Si. Paul Ry 3 GLANCE AT THIS MAP- Of the Chicago, Milwaukee andSt.BPaul Hallway and note its connection with all transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha, and remember when going east that its tru'qi ate lighted with electricity and heated by steam. Its equipment is '.superb, Elegant Iiuflet, library, smoking and sleeping cars, with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping car beithhas an electric reading lamp, am) its dining cars aro the best in the world Other lines are longer than this, but none are shorter, and no other offers the above lux urious accommodations. These are sufficient reasons for the popularity of "The Milwau- kee.' Coupon ticket agents in every rail. roaa ouice win giyc yon mrtner tniormation, or address ZC.T.EDDV. General Agent, J. W. CASEV, Trav. Pass. Agent. Portland If people only knew how mncli tlmo they would save nnd how much more they would enjoy tho trip If their tickets to Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas Cltyor St. Louis read via the Burlington Route, our trains would bo crowd ed in placo of being comfortnbly filled. Tickets, time-tables, and full Information on application to the nearest ticket agent or by addressing A.C.SHELDON, G.A., I'ottland, Or. MADE ME A MAN AJAX TAULBTS POSITIVELY CDttB J.I.I. fltrrout ItUeaM Falling Mam- rr, IniXUai:r,H!oilMi4,ato.,tufd 1 Aba and other KioMaa u.1 India, crattona, ThtvmUkhl anil unlu ruLara Loat Vitality in old ot loantf. and f I a man for ataar, utuineaa or Darn&f i mnnt IntinUr in Huaium tniat ad ftfocU CUHB wbtrp all othvrs ituL Io- ala Urn, llmlr no i-bovs Immdl lata ImproT. Kt Optra paring lli fc.nniD ajx -au.i- -j v cunxl thooMnd fend will cure yoa. W cl Ul opera pftrintf in r..naiD .nj au.. -im It 1M fotUlvo writtto rroarBtM 10 fentci cum in tuca or rf una tit moaty r nc fit) cmiiM vt in ffifi UDtekufMlfoll irMtjDatl for fZ-tti. Vr mills; pUfa wrfW'r1 upon rrlr t ot trlca, Clrcuur Ir, AJAX KUMUDY CO., 1 UrarUritH lVM. 1U Tho Koy FroshnMts And a velvety aoftness of tbe akin ia Invav rlably obtained by tboao who use Poxioxi'a CloiopleiloQ Powder. m Chicago, Milwaukee, CSWnHeapolis &f,PAUC K' . WlNNCBOTASNsOjfi- . G CITT X! M ' tWAU K "TO PIBM KHfl p . .j I a -vy um tn n l;JAllt Office or ntE Secretary of SvrATj?, ' I SALEM, Oregon, Spt. 1,1896.) Sealed proposals will be received at this office until noon, November 3, 1896, to furn ish the following articles for the State of Ore gon for the use of the ipih Biennial Session or the LrgiOAtive Assembly: 35 reams legal cap, 14 lbs. No. 7 ruling white laid, laid, Charter Oak or Scotch linen, or other good paper 30 reams first class Congress note, or other good paper, 7.pound,l No, 7 ruling, white jam, 20 reams letter paper, 12 lb., No. 7 ruling white laid, Catew, Charter Oak, or Stotch linen, or other good paper. 20 ream, of t) pe writer, letter ll ie, Paragon letter wove No, z, or other good'piper. ao rtms typewitter, legal site, HrBoni letter wove Np. 3H1 w othsr tjwxl paper. u rtnu typsvulttr, lEl li lMBO0 letur Ymt No. t ft tjf wjjw rwJ pwn . ill! 8 x loK, oboXciLlitU'e feailn finlih tttbdh blltei eitibxij. 10,000 N01 6 i.a tnvelopei, 60 Ibil wo. i lag XXX. 12 liioss railroad steel pens, No. 4t. 20 Urbss Gillott's steel pens, No. 4041 4 Gross Gllldlt's steel pens. No. &oj. 8 Gros Esterorook "J"' pens k. 6 Gross Falcon steel pens, No. 048. . 6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'a Trobate steSi tehs No. 313. 6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'s Judge's Quill Steel pens No. 312. 6 Gross Esterbrook Sc Co.'s Chancellors sleel pen No 239. 6 Gross London Incandescent, M. Jacob's No. 4. 2 Dozen Sanford's Cardinal led Ink, pints. 5 Gross pen holders, black enamel, large, 10 Dozen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstands. No. 558. 4 Dozen Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstands, No. 554. lo Dozen Peck, Slow & Wilcox's inkstatuli. No. 420. 12 Dozen ivory folders, 9-inch standard. 4 Dozen Ivory folders, loinch Congress. 4 Dozen mucilage cups, No 8, Morgan's patent. lo Doien mucilage stands, reservoir, No. 6, Morgan's patent. 3 reams rarker s treasury blotting paper, or other good paper, 140 lb, assorted colors, 2 Gross No. 2 Eagle recorder lead pencils, style 000. 5 Dozen Sanford's premium fluid, auarts. 2 1-2 Dozen Stafford's writing fluid, quarts. 15 Dozen gummed stub files, No. 21,11 x 15 inches, 500 pages. 4 Dozen Duplex cupboard letter clips, legal ize. 20 Dozen Duplex cupboard letter clips. 15 Dozen Faber's rubber rulers, 14-inch fiat. 15 Dozen steel erasers, Rogers' No, 18,149, bone. A3 Dozen steel erasers, Rogers' No. 18,149, ebony. 70 boxes Faber's No. 300 rubber bands, assorted sizes. 5 Gross Faber's lead pencils, No. 2, hexa gon, gilt. 12 Gross Faber's lead pencils, No. 2,round, gilt. 20 Dozen Faber's patent Ink and pencil rubber erasers, mammoth. 3,000 McGiil's patent paper fasteners, No. 2 flat head. 3,000 McGiil's patent paper fasteners,No. 3 ound heads, whl c 3,000 McGiil's patont paper fasteners.No. 4, fiat head, , 15 Dozen table 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,n, round. 29 lbs, hemp twine No. J!,. 4 Dozen Sanford's mucilage, quarts. Iiids should be marked "Proposals for .Sta tionery," None but the bet quality of goods will be accepted, The richt to reiect anv or all bids Is ic. served. All the above articles to be deliv. red at Salem on or before December 15,1896, There belnc at the nresent time no monev available: for paying for tho above supplies, bids will only be accepted under the express condition, agreement and understanding that me successiul bidder wilt look to, and de pend upon the next legislature oppropriatinir money to pay the claim. very respecttuuy, II R. K1NCAID,:! 9-5 -3B1 Secretary of State. OOP POISON aMaswamaar am sMMaanaaaaai tWnr lUiUDn 1'OlAOiM lumtunui. .eused In 16 to So days. You can be treated at hoax lor earn prtea bb4t same R-uarna-ty. It you pref pr to eome here we wllteoa- tract to rT railroad f areud hotalbllla.aad BOOharfe.lfweXalltocuw.IfyoubaToUianmer eury, Iodide potuab, and aUlt hava aekM mat csiBf,MucauVtcliMlniWM1tb,Sore'throt, a tiopica. ajuiipvr uujorets npati, uiaan otsSS any part ui aun uuur, aav oraiawi !T we ruaraotee to ear. . 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