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This j ear mm drawing Ion close has
been ono of unexampled peace, plenty
nni! piosperlty within tho borders of tho
Mate. It Is proper that public iieknowl
(.dgmrnt should bo mado to tho Oreat
Hitler of tho. Unhorse for Ills Innumemtilo
blessings. 1 do,tlicrcforc,ilcHlBiiatoTliur-
day, tho '-lit h day of Nov ember, as a day of
ThankHglvIng to Almighty (iod, to bo
obbcned by tho whole icoplu of tills Com.
moiiuoaltli In token of their gratltudo
for Ills great mercies.
In wltnli-s thereof, I lwivosct my hand
nml auhed tho seal of tho state to bo nf
llxod, this, tho. seventh day of November,
A. I)., IMS.
OKI). . MclllllllK,
Ncciotary of State.
In New York, where the battle
was fought and won, party lines on
the presidential Issue were closely
drawn, but the protection war cry
made many democratic recruits, and
In almost every other Northern
state too, where large manufactur
ing agricultural interests' prevaJl the
tide, seemed to have set id favoilof (he
republican candidates. In the East;
notably was the example of which
Pennsylvania and Massachusetts
gave largely Increased majorities,
while in Connecticut the democratic
plurality of four years ago was either
'obliterated or' reduced to so low a
figure, ns to leave small margin.
The ablest, democrats, from Hill
down, could not relieve the minds
of thinking masses of this appre
hension. To a fear of industrial
impaliment is the result of the New
York election largely due.
Another factor which contributed
mateiially to the republican victory
was the division in the New York
democracy between the friends of
President Cleveland and Governor
Hill. For over a year has this cool-
iichs existed between them. The
governor, however, had such ele
ments of streugth that it was deem
ed impolitic to trample on him out
right, and he was reluctantly ac
corded are-nomination. The closest
friends of Cleveland openly an
nounced their intention of knifing
him at the polls, and carried their
threats into execution. Hill's
friciids said nothing, bltt evidently
ldst' n6 trick, as lie run ahead of
Cleveland hi almost every portion of
the staie, 'notably in the county of
Uric, Cleveland's home, where Har
rison had a majority of nearly 2000
and Hill 5000,
the liolnc of lloss McLaughliu, a
friend of Hill, the governor ran
some 8000 votes ahead ofthe presi
dent. In New York City the
friends of the president and tho
governor were also arrayed against
each other, Cleveland being sacri
ficed to stive Hill. The three-cornered
fight for supremacy also aided
the election of Harrison.
A l'inv YUAItS ACiO.
He Verdict Unanimous.
W. D. Suit, druggist, Bippus,
Ind., testifies: "I can recommend
Electric Bitters as the very best
remedy. Every bottle Sfrd'.fias
given relief In every case. one,hirafa
took six bottles angas
t l...lnm TTni-n ttrttfrtritiT '
Ohio, afurms: ' "TlW ml J lelffiitf
medicine 1 nave ever nauuiecun my
20 yeares' experience, Is Electric
Bitters." Thousands of others have
added their tcstinvmey, so that the
verdict is unanimous. tliatElectric ,
Bitters do cure all d'is-'Oasea of the
Liver, Kidney or Blood. Only : j
half dollar a bottle at II. V. Cox'
1 ' "! f li
..-S " il".
ff fDflVil BWHfl Tl
r I rty nl-powD(B L 3
mm ! fft! L ft. iJMl n
Thlsnowder never varies." A marvel of
Tn Tvliiim eniintv purity, strcneth and wholesomeness. More
111 1V1I1J,8 COUIHJ , lconoleul tt,nn the ordinary "finds, and
cannot do soiu in competition wmi tnc
multitude of low test, short wciiiht alum or
phosphate powri. Sold only In cans
ItOYAI. 11AKINO I'OWOERUO., I(MWa!l,N Y
Riueici: with your democratic
neighbor on tho glorious results of
tho election in nation, state and
Skvkkai. aspitantH for Col. Lee's
plnco at the Indian school have
withdrawn from tho contest. They
arc not favorable to short terms.
It should not bo forgot tan that
Balem holds n city election soon.
Lot tho candidates como to the
front, 'titnr chamber candidates tiro
not generally topular.
A nhw Oregon industry Js begin
ning to supply ti long felt want.
Thu Oswego Iron "Worksaru turning
out fifteen tons of Iron per day, and
soon can double tlnit rapacity.
Tun San Francisco Examiner
company arc-anxious to put a bradcll
paper in Portland, ' but they want
tho ilomoorutrt of Oregon to como
down with $150,WX),to niako It a suo-
Wm:N tho cuuntry was shocked
at the atrocity of a band of villain
ous savages, when it mourned the
fate of Custer and his heroes, it
would hardly have been believed
that ono day the same treacherous
assassins Would bo accorded a digni
fied and Indulgent audience with
the government against which they
raised their murderous arms.
John V. Maukay gave a dinner
In New York n little over a year ago
to eight friends. Of that party,
Hoscoe Colliding sleeps in his quiet
grave at Utlcu, Larry Jerome rests
in the family vault In Connecticut,
ami thu once great magnate of the
Paelllo coast, Charles Crocker? lies
buried near San Francisco. Chicago
Tin: democratic candidates for
the Salem postolllco are not so
'"previous" as they were before tho
uth of November.
Tiik htrect railway Is a surothlngi
Now let tho people- try something
olso. If Salotn will put up a woolen
mill, secure tho Astoria branch and
narrow gauge It. It., wake up, It
will I nbltfUnni yet!
Qihtk a number of republlcAhs
have inunused their bank uocouut
jUnco thu n-sults of tho presidential
vlectlon has Iwon aunouneod;
Strjwign ns it may apxnir wmio dtnn
cK'rnts liavo decreased theirs In llko
11 . . ;
A nationaIj eanijudgu ahva's
DTiuffn out Clio men who want to
bet, Merchants and professional
inon an) thou wllllug to wngor
inonoy, although they would not do
o ut any other tlmo, Tho Anierf.
enn, some one has said, in naturally
a btiUlng'man; and storlo boiU tho
moil who bet eontliuially ou any
ud ovory occasion arc nlwny lntor.
How Long to Sleep.
A prolonged and severe exertion
whether of brain or muscle, requires
a correspondingly lengthy or deep
repose. Sleep Is the state in which
tho bodily fires aro dampened down
autl the machinery has an oppor
tunity for cooling. Tho bow Is un
strung to recover Its elasticity dur
ing tho recurring periods of slumber.
Tho great point Is to secure what
Bichat characterized asgeneral sleep.
'l no whole body sh oiild be rested, so
far as any avoidable demands on Its
energy aro concerned. The Irish
man who explalnc'd that a short
sleep did for him because when ho
sleeps ho "paid attention to it," ut
lerod a truth In his witticism. If
sleep bo thorough, then a short spell
will do more good than a much
lunger period thut Is incomplete and
Imperfect. On general principles
wo niny sleep all wo can, unless we
aro lazy; then sjecp less, Tho
active, wide-awake, energetic, go--
licml people rarely sleep too long.
Wo canuot tnluper with tho striking
movement of a clock, without in
juring it, and wo cannot tamper
Willi orderly recurrence 0f sleep
witiiout impairing tho very consti
tution of things on which thooderly
performance of that function de
pend. Herald of Health.
PORE IMPORTED GOATS FOR SALE. These
are from tho woll selected docks of C.
I llalley, of San Jom, Onl. Kor partlcu
.ars call on or address him at Salem, Or.
" Her Age Cannot Wither Her. '
Remarked an old gentleman, as he
gazed fondly upon tho comely 'little
woman by ids side; "but frankly,"
ho continued, "at ono time I
thought cosmetics would." The
silly littlo woman, in order to appear
youthful, plastered her face with
ulllerent varieties of whitewash,,
yclept, "blams," "creams," "lo
tion," &e. " Yes" Interrupted the,
little woman, "I did, until my skin
became like parchment, and so
pimply and coarse." " Well," said
the listener, "what do you use now?"
" Use," wus'tho reply, " nothing but
common sense, and Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. Com
mon sense told me if my blood was
pure, liver regulated, appetite good,
that tho outwurd woman would
take on the hue of health. Tho
'Discovery' did all those things,
and actually rejuvenated me."
Its thousands of cures aro the best
advertisement for Dr. Sage's Catarrh
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Considerable uxeltomout was
created this morning by tho an
nouncement tluiLtho wife of -a well
known Salem busluosH man had
oloiwl with liar husband' olork.
but luver.tigutiouti ryvealed tho fact
ho had only gouohurridlytoSquiro
J-arrar & Cu's to eitoh some of
thco splundld bargallis in grocorles,
Dellrate BcckinUm ItliordercJ ai Klghtta.
Tho most dellcnto and Intricate piece of
inecmiiuani in ine nunnin sinicture 18 the
nerve. An tho telecruphlo wires transmit
the elcctrto force, o do these Rensatlou,
iiifiiM.-Tti .uiuv wing iiiu uniiu, wnero h n
tuition ivntres. Moiunl unxlety weakens
this mechanism, sudden shocks purulvze
, It. but ityspepnla Is Its most obdurate foo.
Thin fiw Is utterly defeateil by the Irresisti
ble tonic, llootctter's Stomach Hitters,
and ttio citlon of disorder In tho
stomach Is reflected In brain and nerves
by rwtorfd tranquility, and tranquility of
thenem Implies, In this Instance, renew
ed vigor, A ilbtlngulsheil medical author
ity mi j, "The Ictlm of nervous disquiet
ude who itlnds chloral at night and
bromides by day nece&nltles, khouid know
that n euro must be sought among agencies
which vtrvugthrn the nerrcs," and ossur
itlly Iliwtetter'a Htomach Hitters has
proved to be. the bl of these. Malaria
complaints, constlpatlou, bllllausness. In
activity Of th kldnevt and rheiiinnftm
onon Involve nervous tniohles by sviniw-
tilt ...t all ..a ah ttj...i.l t... . lit..
.if I W.D n wwci-vmihm u; ine uiiters.
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Special attention Is called to our splendU
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from the well known
from us, being the finest line
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Each garment has a label at collar
band bearing the manufacturer's name.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is unusually large
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Charter Oak Stoves, '
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Also a Complete Slock of Hardware and FarmMachinery. Wagons and Carriig
THB OLD DOCTOR'S
5i LADIES' FAVORITE.
11alt18uta,ln tha Old IXctor's nHrata mall
Mac u used b;
labln and bertcUr Safa
j uiguuDiuoi women
all over the
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. JLNIJIS1'KNSIII.E TO LADIES.
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enta UUtnpal (ars4alrt nartleaiars. and. rccelia
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