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COULD NOT BEAR HIS WEIGHT The Strange Attliction of Little VVUDur iCMUPPu wuwws jwwua ucwuuc USC1CSS and He was Unable to waiK-ms Cure Brought About in a Singular Manner. ' Prom tht Observer, nj.s Out a child nenr Iron Station. friuohi Co" 1"1 been Rrca,1y benefited ISST-b Dr. Williams' Pink Pills tor EJJ,. People, representative of the Obserrtr l thither to see and ascertain the extent ftfcebenentweciiiiuiwuicv. t.mi nut on DeceniDcr o, iotw, 10 a uiue ILmtrr cottace in the pine woods, n mile Ktfrom Iron Station, the reporter saw r . . . i Mniinif unmiiii n. iitirn nnrrm 5ti.WhjriSi,biJ.s, nA'mt in the doorway wiiii iwo Plump. . r.iinitlinf flint lio wna l(w-ilrfnn f . r.mltr of RoliitMotM. tho -woman i -i f,nl a little simmcious. "You're a alraiiKcf in my eye," she said. j , trying to lind a child named WH- for Robinson, who ww greatly benentcd by Dr. Williams runs i-nia iur iUB iiFu, Th young mother s.niliil ami a pleased ndaddc1. "I guess tliat's the one, "pointing j the jouncer r the two little ixjys. It was an liumwe iiomc, inn nimiiy ocing iurniini: ciass mat .rest, ana, I people. ns tne nil ox iJU acre", urn Ha uj iu inu iiujj u. ie time. , ,-,,,, ... Th mnther. Carrie L. KoUinwii. told a -mirWnMe slorv of tho euro of her little ior from the ellects of lu griripo. Her tigwt, aiite-hiired mother, Mrs. Snmh A. Handy, ut near and cuiriliaslzeil every won! fcf the daughter. Tlio little boy. Wilbur. tho owed his recovery to Dr. Williams' fcjectire remedy, played about the house iod jsrd, ana was into every conceivable Knd nf mischief. It really seemed that he nod have taken too many of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills so great was the energy with ihich he prosecuted his pranks. Three Umes his mother had to stop her conversa tion tod rush put. to rcfcpue, the, reporter's biejele, whicli was icanin&agalnst theliouse nitride, and with which Wilbur was be- tomin; almost too familiar. I This Is the story the mother told : I "Wilbur was born August 8, 1833. lie rv.itout. healthy boy till be was nearly re months old. Between Christmas and Ke Year's he took the grippe. A physician t Iron Station attended him, and he was, sDDOsed to have recovered. But the. after fleets of the malady Jingercd with disas roui results. In March. 1891 his parents koticcd that he could not stand upon his ;et iltliout'h before his taking the erince fee could do m easily. He could not bear' s weight of liis body on his feet: his legs sere not growing any nor thai muscle lu htrad'vfloniiiL'. He wax not' treated, how- trrr.till in the fill, about the'lastof Octo ber. When Mr. Itoitiniou ipolc his cotton to Lhiealnton. tlieromiiy eit. he nlfo carried lu lis'ijr along, mid a Linuoliiton phyUcian waieriii"! lor nini, recommeuuing a lotion br rabbin? his limb-. This hclned tho Ml ni'irl'iiM--; Twl-n ftprrar.I FTlslllVI Will Wl. ! Kllllcl. Hi! liilll 111,. hmiUt'nt t'l o'lll I in'iriit somn dnv lie Met i walk .ind niin hu tuii;lit not. They roiiMlht hac to h't him "vniw nlnnr." 'tV ther i'x:iro-o.l H, and ceo whnf 'erehfie.!. At t iN period tho child's legs "MMrel to lc sliruiikcii. As hU mother JTi tliey were " as soft in i-olton." Here sliiyfmrt.vti moiilhs old. whonotonly oul 1 n t alk. hut i-oulil not bear his weight o hij firet. ilnsnne v:iv Ihnviln not Luniv limr n amnhlet firriil iii" way to the Kobinsou I'llllf. O'A Mr. I III nil V li.liwl it nut nf ,1 turvau ilnvwr. It had the picture of two IWj pe-'pmu' vi r a fence oij one cover, and line iniir neru oi cows tinnlcing jn a al trt,ain near a bridW. Both on the aeeind,m tho bridge, on the respective THE UNION CAMPAIGN. ps and Appointments for Bryan Meet ings. ,''- lie Brvan Union nnmnnlim enm- sttce annniinrvu tlio fnllnwlnir HntAU iuapixiintraents ror speakers ln.tuj-: PIC. ounty committees and local chalr- fu should make iirranRements for ese i meetiuRS and communicate with Estate Cfint.r.'il enmnilttiin nnmnnaod iJohn C. Yountr M. A. Miller nnd ankV. Drilkn. rnnma 40.'i. ft nnrl 7. imi . ,-n ' :.' -. ' muiucr oi commerce, iortiana. :., .L. n. M'MAHAN. tote Rock, Saturday, October 24. word, Monday, October 26. CKSOnvillo rTnocl.io Dnlnlvx OT ;iix. Wednesday, 6ctober 28. ' ' uland. Thursday. Of.tirr 20. 'V. II. c. ijakkr anri j. r. matt.ook. orence, baturday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. m. fiVf TJ,de- 0ct-12, at 2 p. m. leshlre, Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 2 p. m. agTom, Friday, Oct. 10, at 2 p. m. ,. , "ON. W. T. MQDOtf. ehland, Oct, 24 at 1 p ni; Beaver easant nm n..t. o 1 ,. rininn at 730. V! il""' S$rg tebZt .x P m". Mull no, VIow, Tliursday, Oct 29, lvton, Saturday.'Oct 31, ,"! Saturday, Oct 24 at 7:30. n , S'cQunty, Tuesday, Oct-27. "ftland.TiuirdVy Oct 29?' """"" ."Isboro. Frlrlnir. nV.. m '"iigton count, Haturday, Oct 31. vjuy, jjjDnaay wov. 2. D Saturday, October 24. V.rvallls, Alondav, OrihAr . gwm. Tiiesdav6ctober 27 Pom i lf Wednesday, October 2S. &l"?y, October 29. Ahi?v PJ,'dayfctober 30 f?O0Veatfl BlbrtntAO nmt, v ii "ijiuuitwcuiner mi. ."'"""nuiiuaiesuow nxe Cow Hiees can arrnnofl iiftoriumn nnrl ,n -"-HI.. IIAVUI !QlDi; nippMnira .r .1....1...A rint SCU&?lona accentablR nnlnsa liM!nl wmitteef arranges otherwise. OHiToiElI-A.. ib. iireked 01 Will suimy to make up one ol tlic Mron; est tTIKi of North Citrollnii's Row; rhailjiwl, Ko'x-rtu. itoiitiison, ru tzZ&ffli sssassts ft tS &C&i P i"TiTViIi ryi mfiTi rti'uQl KODinson. CluirlolU, JV. c. PirforTae'pfe:."- " "When I rend tint thojp pills would build i t ,".r' sa"1 Ilis ""thvr. Old Mrs. Handy ,,( tit. marly all r olt night reading this pamphlet, itl, nil ,. estimoiiial, it iimtnin-.l. A few dnj s nib r thevbentto pne of the to illuec on. and got two boxes of tho pills, 'fid, , "T' ,"! ,J" ,01 ovciiiIkt, 1WJ. i:t.f, t. iiMWi?nisl,cU 'u,ki,,S the fiM U.x. llr little fellow was able to bear his kl.t . ,, his feet, and before the Kcond Ikh wh nil gone, he could hold a chair before him and push It across the floor. "We began by giving lilni a third ofapi! at a time, afterward increasii.g the iliac U a half, so they held out n long time ," bal.I his mother. "r commenced the second box in January, tliis year. Wc had to nci.d to Jvlncolntou. eight miles awny, to get Hie next boxes. After taking the third box, in March,.the child began to go u few tWus ut ft llmo, but he didn't walk by himself till in September. The fourth 1-ox, or part of it was administered in AuguM." Tlid testimony of the mollier was thaftl.r child's nmietlte nnd. imletd. his whole sk tern as heltwl by the iifo of the pUK. ' Mrs. Handy, who had been looking inr n sort of diary she keep, ut thK jmint in the conversation, rewTtlifet-ntry: '.Sept. tin i"(h. Wilbur begins to walk nliuic bv Iriii.'tlf." "After he .nee lonrmd to walk," mid h!j mother, "wo cinlil Imnilv L,un I ;.. . :..i.i of the Iioukc, and he w as cured by four tmi. lacking ten pills. Mother mj, and nlwnyj has said, the Ionl directed semebedv to send ns that pamphlet of Dr. Williams.'" "You roally believe the child's cure I duetoDr. Williams' Pills?" wns nktd. "I am really ronvineed ihe ills curu him," the mother im werrd. "1 haven't the slightcf.t f'oiiht nliont J'.." And the l.y'n grMndmothfr ihiuud in: I'm just as sure of it us I am of living. I'll take an oath on (he Bible (hat that li what djd it." The 'neighbors in all the section around the little village of Iron Pt-tion know imc" talk about the remarkable cure of this baby, who might have been a cripple for life, had ho not, even at the age of two years, one month and seventeen days, been enabled to walk for the first time by the use of Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills for Tale People. This story may seem to the reader like a fabrication, but is told as the child's mnllirr (old it to the reporter. In ordir to kIiou their appreciation, Mrs. Bobirson furnbhid the following tetiiiiiiniiil and Mgncd it. (f-'he says she is willing ut unj lime to make sworn nffidaut to her tlatcmcnbO: Jbox Sr.vnox, Lincoln Co., N. C, December 5, 1895. My Jilfiint son, Wilbur Lee, rendered un able,to' learn to walk, by the cilects of the fippe, when he was about five months old, hereby testify that he was entirely cured, and jthc timscles in his legs developed by the um nf e than four lmxes of Dr. Wil liams,' Pink Pills fur Pule People, lolhnt he is now a ImJe mid hrnrly thild. I am in tirely convinced that his cure is due to these pills, I nboslnte that the above statements niad to the n porter of the Charlotte Obser ver are true. C. L. BoniNSOK. Saiiaii A. Handy, R. O. Bodehtson, Witnesses. II. A. Hanks. I Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are now fdven to the public aa an unfailing Woo builder nnd nerve restorer, curing all forms of weakness arising from n watery condjtlon of the blood or shattered nerves. The pills are sold by all dealers, or will be sent post paid on receipt of price 60 cents n box, of six boxes for $2.60 (they are never sold dn bulk or liy tho -100) by addressing Dr. Williams' Med. Co., Schenectady, N. Y. A Challenge. Hon. W. S. U'R6n of Clackamas county has issued following challenge to Hon. Max Eamsby, clialrman Rep- vUbllcan county Central committee of Clackamas county, dated October 10: THE CHALLENGE. Deak Sir:! hereby challenge you to furnish a Republican speaker for n 1nlnt, rllsmisslon Of the DOUtiCal lB- suesof the day with me, on Saturday, October 31sJ,, 1890, atCanby, to bet'ln nt 11 o'clock a. in., and another joint dlscnssion on the Issues of the day at Oregon City on Monday evening, Novpmber 2nd, 1890. I should prefer Walter L. Tooze, at Canby, as he has expressed a desire to meet me, and failed to meet such an appointment with, me last spring at Pleasant III1I, and sent no excuse. 1 should prefer A. H. Dresser, Esq., at Oregon City, as he challenged me last spring when my dates were full, and when I offered to meet him In this campaign refused because he said, "I am looking for bigger game," but I will gladly meet any representative man you send. Yours truly, R t State of Ohio, Citv ok Toledo, I M Lucas County J FRANK J. CiienbV makes oath " the senior partner or the film of F.J. CHEJ.ET & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said I Arm will pay the sum of ONE.HIWU LARS for each and every case of Cataubji thtcnnalbc cured by the u-o JUU.S Catarkii Cwrk, Sworn to before me and , subscribed lu mj oresence. this 6th day of December, A D lif A.W.GUMWN. )f5etr Kotaiyl-ublie, U, Catarrh Cure l l "l'"" aiitl act surface ff m ,.., .-,-t,,-.,. ..... - - v,'r, ..-.ii tn. mucous i eMiruriirinni.4i c fc,.v - .-,' - . TV.i.J'f.jrfSr Semi for ietraonuu overruled by 7 ' Z4 s w i - l.i-a urnp 1 i?r t. iia.vw.v. .- Vrt..!Tw,vri 'r.Jeli. O. lnrf thntlt prSoldb Drugluii, r i..iu&npB w-i - , "fr"-wi7r":-ii'r.-,T-Ti'i i n i in i i i - r ' """ w A MODEL PLATFORM. wptej by u. Uc.;.o5r.vH I , National Convention. Tlie MllimliiK thr full and com plete platform a.s :.do.too by e national leiuot;ratl.-co!.iii!l..:.s wc, the Uenii)criiiiff lhil"lrilti'l tiues in tiatlutl i...'onttoil ;,v4 ,, S ,S f.tl principles (ifju.stice tions are foundod, and whh-li the .leirerson'stlme i uurinvn-rr..,i,.. ri5Lf,i"l,7c e.nce' ll)e Innervation of personul rlBlit. the equality of all citizens before tho. law, and the faltli- tatloiiserVanCC f a,nst,tut,nnal linii Durlnir all tliosn vmm iu !,..,. cratlc party has resisted the teudency of selfish Interests to the ecntralla 'ctAt !i Bovemmeiital power, and steadfastly maintained the Integrity fftw?idllaluScl,omo (,f novel ntiiont established by the founders of this republic of republics. Uudor 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 assort Inn nf thr. hi. of confining the general government uinc exercise or powers granted by the constitution of the United States. 11ELIGIOUS FltEEDOM. Tile Constitution nf Mm ITnltnl States guarantees to every citizen the r gius oi civti ana religious liberty, the democratic party has always been the exponent of political liberty and religious freedom and It renews Its obligations and leaHrms Its devotion to these fundamental principles of the constitution. O FINANCE. EJRtcognlzlngihat the money ques tion Is paramount to all others at this time, we invite attention to the fact that the constitution names "silver and goin together as tlio money meta s of the United States, and that the lirst 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. Wc 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 tho 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 lend ntr class at home and abroad, the prostration of Industry, and impoverishment of the people. We 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 hot 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 1770 and won In the war of the revolution. FREE COINAGE. "Ve demand tho 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 oilier nauon. we demand uiattiie standard silver dollar shall be a full legal tender, equally with gold, for nil debts, public and private, and wo favor such legislation as will prevent for the future the demonetization of any kind of legal tender money by private contract. BONDS. Wo 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 tho Issuing of In-terest-bearlnc' bonds of the United States in time of peace, and condemn the tratncKing witn.oanKing syndi cates which, Inoxchango for bonds and at an enormous profit to them selves, supply the federal treasury with cold to maintain the policy of gold monometallism. ISSUE 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. We 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 all paper which is made a legal tender for public and private debts or which Is receivable for duties to the United Gtates shall be be issued by the gov ernment of tho United States and shall be redeemable In coin. TARIFF. Wo hold that tariff duties should be lovled for purpose of revenue, such du ties to bo so adjusted ns to operate equally throughout the country and no discriminate between class or sec tlon, and that taxation should be limited by the needs of tho govern ment honestly and economically ad ministrated. w denounce as disturbing to bus! ness the Republican threat to restore tur. HnTflnlov law. which tins twice been condemned by the people In na tional elections, ana wnicn, enactea under the false plea of protection to home Industry, proved a prolific breeder of trusts and monopolies, en riched the few by the expense of the many, restricted trade, and deprived the producers of the great American staples of access to their natural mar kets. INCOME 'MS. Until the money question Is settled we are opposed to any agitation for fnrtiipr nhnnues in our tariff laws, ex cept such as arc necessary to meet the fipiiifc in revenue caused by the ad verse decUlon of the supreme court on the Income tax. Hut for this decision by the supremo court there would be no deficit In thorevenuo under the law mch hv n Democratic congress In , strict pursuance of the uniform dec! kIqiis of that court for 100 years, that i-niirt, havlntr In that decision sus tained constitutional objections tO Its liaCtmeni WHICH liau prcciv-jaiy uccii tlio auiesiy judges who 6at on the bench.- We de ls the duty of congress to uc Jill the constitutional power which "rranmsr-rtr "c remains after that decision, or which may eutm lroiu Its reversal by the court .i it urn) hereafter be const i-tuu-d. o that ttit) burdens of taxation .may bo equally and Impartially laid, to the end that wealth may bear Its duo iroportlon of the exnense of the government. LAUOR. Wc hold that the most clllclent way of prultvtltig American labor Is to prevent The Imnoitatlon of forclon jmiipcr labor to comp tcwlth It In the iiome market, and tnat tin; value ot tho homo market to our American farmers nnd artisans is greatly reduced by a vicious monetary system which depresses the prices of their products below the cost of production, and thus deprives them of the means of nur- chaslng the products of oar home manufactories, and, ns labor creates tne weaitu or tlie country, wc demand the passage of such jnws as may be necessary to protect Ibln all Its rights. We are in favor of the arbitration of differences between employers en gaged in lntorsUue commerce 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 ot trust and pools require a sttctcr Control by the federal government of those urterlcs of comliiercc. We dc- mann mo enlargement or tlio powers ot the Interstate commerce commiss ion and such aud such restrictions and and guarantees in In tho contro or railroads ns will protect the people from robbery and oppression, TAXATION. DWc denounce the profligate waste or the money wrung from the 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 or the people's toil are depressed in price till they no loimer repay the cost nf production. We demand a roturn to that sim plicity and economy which benefits a Democratic government nnd a reduc tion In the number of useless offices, the salaries of which drain tho sub stance of the people. FEDERAL INTERFERENCE. OWe 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 ooject to government, oy injunction as a now and highly dangerous form of oppression, by which federal Judges in contempt of tho laws of tho states and rights of citizen?, become at once legislators, Judges, and executioners, and we approve the bill passed at the last session of tho United States sen ate, and now pending In the 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 bo In dulged by tho government of tho Uni ted States In favor of any of its debt ors. Wo approve of the refusal of the Pacific railroad funding bill, and de nounce tho efforts of the present Re publican congress to enact a similar measure. PENSIONS. Recognizing the Just claims of dc serving union soldiers we heartily en dorse the rule of the present commis sioner of pensions that no names shall be arbitrarily dropped from the pen slon roll; and tho fact of enlistment and service shonld be deemed con clusive evidence against disease and disability before enlistment. TERRITORIES. We favor the admission of the ter ritories of New Mexico, Arizona and Oklahoma Into tho United States, and we favor the early admission of nil the territories haying tho neces sary population and resources to en title them to statehood, and whllo they remain territories, we hold that' the officials appointed to administer the government of any territory to gether with the District of Columbia and Alaska, should be bona lido resi dents of the territory or district In whloh the duties are to bo performed. The Democratic party believes In home rule and that all public lands of the United States should be appro priated to the establlsliment or rreo homes for American cltlzeus. We recommend that the territory of Alaska be granted a delegate in con- Consumption kills more peopta than rifle balls. It is more deadly than any of thp much dreaded epi detnlca. Fully one -sixth of aft the deaths lu America are cans ed by consump tion. It is a steal thy, gradual, alow disease, It pene trates the -whole body. It Is In every drop of blood. It seems to work only at the lungs, but the terrible drain and waste go on all over the body, The only way to get rid of consumption is to worn on the blood, make it pure, rich and whole some, build up the wasting tissues, put the body into condition for a fight with the dread disease. The cure of consump tion is a fight a fight between sound tissues ana the encroaching germs of disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery fights on the right side. It drives the germs back, forces them ouUf the body. It will cu.-e 98 per cent of all cases of con. sumption if It it taken during the early stages qf the disease. Its first actios is to put the stomach, bowels, liver ond kidneys into good working ordsr. That makes digestion good and assimilation quick and thorough. It wakes sound healthy flesh. That is half the battle. When Dr. Plcrc. of Btiflklo. N. Y., PublUhei t! flrtt edition 0 hU work. Tb People's Com. on 6ne Medical AdUer, he announced that after fc&yw eoplta had been fold at the regular price, i.v per copr. the profit on which would repay lira, (St be area labor mpended la pro. ducTn It. he would dlatrlbute the neat half million ru. A tbUnumUr of copies has al ready been aold. be U now, dUtributlujr. -luUIyfttt, po.oxi copies of this great work, but twenty-one TceuU in oneoeot aUopa topav for ralage and packing; oul) being required; It ! rerfUble medical library, complete In on vol. .. It Mttl.lm nv.f lam UFMftDa DlOrt tDAIl too Uluatratlons. The hdituH if PjecUely 0A 7vWsbb UUZHAirW ,fr r, Jgr'i r t ,' V '&2SimK!KX?grirrirtmiiwn'rrvw-aa Pl yrmmsrn AtgctablcPrcnaratlonfor As similating ihcTood andRcgula ting irtc Stomachs arulBowels of PromotesDigcslion,dittrFul ncss and RcstContalns neither Opium.Morphine norMncxaL Not Naiic otic. Xttvmaf'OldnrSZQaZELEnWEB 4lx.Smn hAMSJir- Jlmxnmnt -J3ibrtncJlJt JHmS.eJ CtmitdJuotr hinbymt-SUnr. Apcrfectilcmcdy forConsllDa' tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca, Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ncss and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. as TW T ' , V-I J"i Til I. I ,?, . ' ,-f ,T. '.'. r i ! '- -, 7'" TT. "vtTS i ' -n . . .. ....,,, ..,,, . ,,, 1, exact copr or wrappeb. GUARANTEED liOBACCO HABIT .3B it lnuni tvno-j told. 000.000 ourea proro ltn power um. I-y-U-buaiaihoBTe.itosiDerTo tttlltO mnka tho wt'sik ood In tho ilc hioJ. Wo oxpocc ton 1IQ riwim iud .v..i ...zrir.. """ 'T""" )U 1 Ol.UJiia r'ic? a 30 HFriiaf rK.. -.--"- " - Mn.. .!-.... "utiu. ocumur uur uujkiov , -?' ; r-" - " rr ,!i' ". .JJ"" " w jitui 3Dt Xn&IlKtromr. TlMramsiWl mnirnntln. mhidpK -S&UPmh aTMJW&M"UirT0Viflar D. J. FRY, Agent, gress, and that the general land and timber laws of the United States be extended to said territory. MONHOK DOCTRINE. The Monroe doctrine" Is originally declared, and ns Interpreted by suceed Ing presidents, Is a permanent part or the foreign policy of tho United States, and must at all times bo maintained- CUI1A. CjWc extend our sympathy to tho people of Cuba in their heroin strug gle for liberty and Independence. THIRD TERM. Wo are opposed to lifo tenure in tho public service. Wo favor appoint ments based upon merit, fixed term of office, and each an administration of tho civil servlco laws as will afford equal opportunities to all citizens of ascertained fitness. Wo declaro it to bo tho unwritten law of this republic, established by custom nnd usage of one hundred years and sanctioned by tho examples of the greatest and wisest of those who fouuded and have maintained our government, that no man should bo cllglblo for a third term In the presidential olllcc. WATERWAYS. The federal government should caro for and improve the Mississippi river and other great wntorways of the re public, so as to secure for tho Interior states easy and cheap transportation to tidewater, wnen any waterway or tho republic Is of sufficient Import ance to demand aid or tlio govern nient such aid should be extended up on a definite plan of continuous worlc unui permanent improvement is secured. Confiding In the Justice of our cause and the necessity of its success at tho polls, wo submit the foregoing declar ations of principles and purposes to the considerable Judgment of tho American people. Wo Invito tho sup port of all citizens who approve them and who desire to have them made effective through legislation for tho relief of the people and tho restoration of the country's prosperity. Rally at Dallas. The common American people ex pect to hold a Bryan rally at Dallas, on Saturday, October 31. Ex-Governor Pennoyer and Elder Barkloy aro to bo the speakers. A rich treat Is in 6tore for all. Every one Is Invited to come. Speaking at 2 p. in. and 7:30 p, ru. Judge Crowcll speaks at the Dallas city hall on October 24, at 7:30 p. m. Judge Crowcll Is an old soldier und an excellent speaker. WSMSMMMaS1NSHMSaMSlM Free Pills. Send your address to II. E. Uucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a freo sample box of Dr. King's New Lifo Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. Theso pills aro easy in. action and are pratlcularly effective 'in the cure of Constipation and Slckllead ache. For Mularia and Liver troubles they have been proved invaluable. They aro guaranteed to bo perfectly free from every deleterious substance to bo purely vegetable, They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stumach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular size 5 cent per box, Sold by Fred A. Lct'g Druggist. CABgOItTA. SUhy i:tl.i tiniest I'M ym&fyx&k Vtt ,. it , fG e-r . SEE THAT THB FACSIMILE mSIGNATURE ' op , . V$&CC&bi IS OBT THE WRAPPER OF EVEEY BOTTTiE OW CASTORIA Otitorla it est n In oao-iixa totting imlv. Tl It not told la talk. Don't allow nnyona to tell I yon anything elia on tb plea or promlio that it it "Jnit at good" and "will antwer story pur. I poto." 9- Beo that yon get 0-A.8-T.0S.l. XI fit- Kant vvjr strzti si iih .,.. -. at e ! .r ff .f v " Vmmjf jyy.j'jlf iTOtr ef nppif. reygsTTai vwreyi CURE ilro for tobacco In any B to dottroy tho dealro world. wuria. aiki -- "'-ru."! j.Vi v c" any pa la 10 pounds In 10 dayi and It neret I inuirra pox, louwiiiPQ aa vuig i a - r - T rr.-";n-'-". -31:"-r: v r "" - - :t -Tr.-"" - Salem, Oregon. k St. Paul Ry., 3 GLANCE AT THIS MAP- Of the Chicago, fiiwaukee;anaiSt.Paul Hallway and note its connection with all transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha, and rotnembor when going can that its trtttn are lighted with electricity and heated, by steam. Its equipment Js tuperb, Elegant Buffet, library, smoking and sleeping cars, with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping car beithhas,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 other offers the above lux urious accommodations. These ore sufficient reaions for the popularity of 'The Milwau. kee." Coupon ticket agents in every rail, road office will giro yon further Information, or address JECJ.EDDV. Qcneral Agent, J. W. CASEY, Trov. Piss. Agent. Portland If people only knew how much time they would save and how much more they would enjoy tho trip if their tickets to Omaha. St. Joseph, Kansas City or St. Louis read via the Uurllngton Route, our trains would bo crowd ed In place of being comfortably filled. Tickets, time-tables, and full information on application to tho nearest ticket agent or by addressing A. C. SHELDON, O.A., Portland, Or. MADE ME A MAN AJAX TABLBTS P08nTVELT COM8 t Lt, Arii .iua raiiinu Mav or, ImpoUner.HlMP MnM, at. nowd bt Abut aj4 otbar an4 latu- trtlm, jr vvUklv and tuntu rMlor Umi VlU.Ufr lo old or T3QBC.aa4 rorfttudr.tm iialawa or Burrlaaa, Inunltr and I Uooraniirtloa it and flacta a OUKH where U otbars : In Llm.Ttilr nt fctiowl Ion LniaoiaM eand thootajuu ao4 will sura ron. . W nn a poltf written ,utuM to ?( nn la cM ilipukwM (ruTftrMtoiwt) Jor 9tSK mi iwl.'C urn laqnmT. rrwm puis wr(wr, upon nMioitriM. ijrcnur . AJAX KEMEDY CO., 'V BwteMllL. UlHH W. The Roy FrhnwM Ana velretjr toftiveas of Uia skin is (una rlably obtained by tbosa wbq ns Voitatn'm Oomplezloa 1'owder. " V " " 4 Chicago, Milwaukee, Z5Sa$nJeAPOLis : : "i ? i Vi 6 w a r y& QB0 W ft rzxzr.w-- ? I : 4 J : HI HA1H MlYi Omfck 6 JiVswrm A'iCy tff ry?Ai b, ', v SAnM,,6eKontJ Ji vjit. i, 1696. J scaled proposals will be receirtd at this office unurnoori", November a,. "1896, to f Orn ish the folloing articles for the State of Orel gon for the ute or the loth Biennial Session of the LecWatire Assemblr: f white laTd.laul.Tharter Oak or tcf linen. or other good paper. - w . . 30 ream first clalts Copgrs hole, -br SiRr good paper, 7-Hund,V No. 7 rpllng, white . laid. ' ' lo reams letter pa-er, 12 lb No. 7 ruling ' , white laid, Catew, Chatler'Oak, or Scotch ' linen, or other good paper. ' aoream.of, typewriter, letter she, Par6u -. letter wove NoJ yt( or otWfgood'paper . So reams typewriter, legal sire, laragon, letter w ove No 3 yv or other good paptr. 6 reams t)pe titer, lega site, Paragotii ; letter wove No. 1 y or other good paper.'. 6 iwxes LTttTe's Satin finish carbon, blue, 7 she S x loji. v . Q boxes Utile's Satin, fTniili carbon, blue, site 8x11.. 10,090 No. 6 t-a envelopes, 60 lbs. No, t, J raff - . i" ' .-? la urost railroad steel pens, No. 49, ao Cross Gillott's Steel pens, No. 404T 4 Gross Gillott's steel pens,. No.,303. . 1s Orow Eiterbrook J-' pens ' - ' 6 Gross Falcon sttel pens, No. 04S. 1 6 Gross Esterbrook & Co.'s Probate steel pens No. 313. " 6 Gross Estetbrook & Co.'fl Tudce's Oulll St.eIpensN0.3ta. - ' ''" 6 Gross Eiteibrook & Co.'s Chancel lot, steel pen No 339. 6 Gross London Incandescent, M.r Jacob's No. 4. ' " a Ucten Sanford's Cardinal led inkftfjiintsi 5,Gross pen holders, black enamel, huge,' 16 Doten Pecs. Stow & Wilcox's inktlamli. No.'5S8. 1. 1 4 loten Peck, Stow & Wilcox's inkstands. ' No.'sS4. Ic) Uoten Peek, Slow & Wilcox's inkstandtr o, 410. II Dozen ivory folders, 9-tnch standard. 4 Dozen ivory folders, I o-Inch Congress, 4 Doten inuciloge cups, No 8, Morgan's' patent. 10 Doten mucilage stands, reservoir, No?6, Morgan's patent. . 3 reams Parker's treasury blotting paper, or other gocd'pajperj 140 lbs. assorted "color. T a Gross No. a Eagle-recorder lead pencils, ' style 660. .- y- .. . 5 Doten Sanford's premium fluid, quarts. a La Doten Staflord's writing (laid, quarts. IS Dozen gummed stub flies, No. 31,11 x 15 inches, 500 pages. i . 4 Doten Duplex cupboard letter clips, legal ite. 20 Dozen Duplex cupboard letter cllpi 15 Doten Facer's lubber rqlers, 14-inch . flat. IS Doten steel erasers. Uocers'No. iS.iio. bone. ii"l 1 sap Dozen steel erasers, Rogers' No. 18,149,, 70 boxes Faber's No. 300 rubber bands, assorted sites. 5 Gross Faber's lead pencils, No. a, hexa gon, gilt. 12 1 2U rots Faber's lead pencils, No. a, round, . Kilt. ao Dozen Faber's natent ink and pencil ' rubber erasers, mammoth. . l- 3,000 McGiil's patent paper fasteners,Ko. 2 , flat head. 3,000 McGiil's patent paper fastenert,No. s ' ound head s, whl e '. 3,000 McGiil's patent paper fastenen,No, 4, flat head. ' '' '"' 15 Doten tablo pads to hold paper,' 19MO inches, strong leather tips, 15 Dozen waste paper baskets, .cross-bar No, 4. ' ' 3 Doten was'c paper baskets, small,, No.ilj round. 29 lbs, hemp twine No, 2,1 4 Dozen Sanford's mucilage, quarts, ' " ' llids should bfl marked "Proposals for Sta tionery," None but the best quality of goods will be accepted, The right to reject any or all bids is,tc served. All the above articles to be deliv red at Salem on or before; December 15,1896, There being at the pretest time' no money available for paying for the above supplies, bids will pnly be accepted under tho express condition, agreement and understanding that (ho successful bidder will look to, and de pend upon the next legislature appropriating money to pa the claim, Very respectfully, U It. KINCAlD.a 9-S-2m Secretary ot State. DOS POISON BJBBbomeiurHmpriUDaraiuMinuuMi JBJBJBJ ty If 1 on pnt M to Man h wf whhm tmmmmmw tract to pay railroad farawMl how W tiMjmt Boabacn, I f w t all to eure. If y6o iv takaa bw- 9MXT pui ppttwi, sua ptui Ul Mlna, Wtaonal?tcUea In BWvtta, Ho nasBlon, CMr OelorljH9ti &WXt'lrXm'i? wa rsrBte to cor..W awsattlM h( caaaa aM !! wm MM1I aaifvaaaMotenn. TIiW (Wiaaia taaa aja klul tlin skill nf the moat amlaMt i4i IfkrSR 4MM. SWOO.tMHt MpiSM behM oer tuaeoc 8PASHI0NS CHANGfi BUT A aku.Ma.a.PM.4 A harmleaa't uui w!m tSsCawalai 7 J pozzoiir ' 'lm. . 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