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KOSHIiUKG, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, i8g8.
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K K h ft rAUK-U'HTIN, K. H
UK KM AN MAHKrt, rtm n'tarjr.
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I uiuuLa fiMtunltf i-vi ulna ul uavli avok a
Itit'lr Hall In D'l'l roll.iw l"ln.lo at KiiMiliuta.
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mix U lli ri'imil ami (mi rlh Monday 01
rv U lil.lilil at 7 an p. in. al (Mil fialowa hall
Umutiuia ul lliu iiiilm III H'mmI aiau.llug ara III
IIk ki attaint.
UNO POST, NO. .11, (. A. R.i MKKTH Till
nret ami mini iniir.'iar ui o muuin.
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Mol.t 'K HIIAMHKDOK, W. M.
HUH ISA HAnT, My,
MOriKlllUH MVIHION NO T0. B OF Ul.
uirou uirr tvcxjuil aul luuilh Huudaj.
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' vr Wa.liica.laj avniilm al OiIJ roilow.
Hall. Vtalllna kniaiiU lu ikkI alandlng cue
ilallj ItirlUil ui altouil.
T I II
1 M. CRAWrORD,
1 V a
Attorney at Law,
Koom I, Manteri llullillu. KOflllURO, OB
gfr-lliiiiir. Iiclora ilia V. H. l-ii(l Officr aua
niliiini caai-a a (rclall)'.
I.au. KtK t'Ovr V. H. Uml OiBce.
aaua.iK M. tiaowh.
raau. raui irTia.
JJROWN A TU8TIN,
Kunuii 7 ami a
la A Wlbvm Hluik.
Attorney uml Counolor at Law.
VIII ptaallca IB all tha euurta of lha Hlata. Ol
1m In lha Court Uuuaa, Lluuflaa OJunty, Or.
P D STRATFORD,
Attorney at Law,
K.niini .1 ami .
layl.ir A M lla.ni III.k a.
I B. EDDY,
m 'r.iii Kii. oitF.ai'N.
JRA 13. HIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
LMER V. HOOVER,
Physician and Surgcou,
I 'I KICK:
Main sin't I, mi duor minlli i l I'lly Hall.
KOsr.lH Klj. Oil
VRA DROWN, M. D.
OKI ICK, uUJ Jarktuli Htrecl, at Tf
l.louro tit Mra. J. lllucr.
L. MILLER. M. D..
Surgeon and Homooopathic
ay'lhroQla rllaaaaaa a pwilattf.
ILL. P. HEYDON,
a ixl Notary ubllc.
Orricc In Court lluuie.
Onl.ira lur HurmvliiK ami Flolit Nottn aliould
hn a'Ulrraav.1 In AV' 1 1 1 V. Ilvydon, County Bur
V0Tr, Hnauliiirv, Or,
LaiRcal ninl KIik'kI AmorliiK'Ut
mi liiiiiiKlit Itt'ai'tmrK
Ainu a ctiui pli to II ui-ot cliulca
T01IAO OS AND I'UJAKa
All kinds of Country Produce
MRS. N. BOYD
To tha PubU.
Ou Mud aftur tliis ditto, I with it under
tood tlmt my lorum fur all undurttker's
HoodB aru i'uhIi witli the onlur. 1 find It
liiipuHuiblo to lo tuiHinisHH on a credit
liuniH, uud liulivu ttiut I etui do butter by
my putruiiri ninl myuvK by eulliug Btiktly
(uriuaii. V. HuMbiiit K, Undertaker.
UoMlmrK.Oro., April II!, Um.
f STRICTLY riRST-CI.ASS. f
MIIH. I). ('. M I. At l.l'.N, Imp.
ntAEi'jARTina ron tbavl:::q i:z:.
lUTF.a lll'.AHON AIII.IC.
lArg, Flue Hatnplu llnniiis,
Fr-e'Rii.toan'l From Train..
H, C. STANTON
bajiat lanalrad a fif anrt nt.ii.lia t( rk
DR Y : GOO'Db
CO.NBINTIMI OF -
iillia' DrNM (i'ooJh, UiMmin, Triiiiiniiiyk
LafOH, f.lc. H
- AI.MU A FINK HT K OF-
HOOTS Aftl SIIOI
Ot Iba beat quality ami Otil.U.
Wood, Willow itid (jlasi Warr,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
Sim on bmuA In Ur( quntltlP txft t prtrM V
Aalt th Unit. Alw Utya alork of
Call at Stanton's for "L. P. M"
Waara alwaya in tlie La1, and mran t.
Tha (ioldep Harveit ia tijiou u i, -i I f rm
era ara imilin liucausn Wnoilnaid
luoai to their iutt rrit.
The ara all Leather ami Warranted.
At Roduceil Trier.
Coniutt your iura and da aura and iix
Wooilwanl Imtoro buying.
ff. C. WOODWARD
UuukIiih County, rKu.
Tha itUrt of I lioo Spring, i niilnlii ; Inillno,
Rronitnp, I'otnaaliuu, tho hi ltiHt a uf linn
ami I . I hi e aul t hlnrhlrs il I'ali Inni, MiiKiie.iluin
One Hi itiu I'nii luiiiN l.i and tlic iilln i utrr
2(Wn grams ol lollj mutlt r ti tlio liitlloii.
Ixicatad on tho Hunilifru I'm I Ho Kiillii'H'I,
"Hha-ta roiU ' fiom Sau I iih Imm lo I'oillnud,
lu Uoualas Couuly, OrcgiMi.
A8(,'ravatoil eMiri uf KIh uihiiIimii, Nasal I n
tarrii, ( atarrli of lln flonmcli. Dyaponsla I'm
htUa, NeiirHlalu, Malarial 1'hImiuIiih, Kl.lni'y
Troi Wo, ( iinmliiatioli, HmouM-a ul tin' skin,
Llvrr aul HowH. nu.1 Vrnun'! iliMitioa liavo
bt'cu cured hy tliu inu of thoao ntt rn.
Naw balli riMiniii t'oiiui'ctod with tlio main
luilldimr Holi(ll0(i aud Kxrrcsa ou tho ).hui
t.ra. Dally mail, norlli and luiilli.
Term -10 n-r week, J jut day, iui'liuling
Tha Hotel in umlcr the iuimviliitU' aiiicnia
CAI'T. UV.fi. 1. IIOHWi:i.l.)
for a roiiomu.
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Fiv s nream a m f.js" jw
"I"' t ij
coiii. in. no riK-'inio, E .J A
innrriiry nor any mliir
It li nukkly Aliforbud,
Uira. tialli f al oii' O.
11 niicni ami rlouuntf. ' . " ' .,..'?
the Sar.il 1'a.inK.-.. COLD 'fo H t A U
Allay luHaininalloii. vULU llUrtU
Ha'ila and I'roiiTt. tho Mi'iuhriino. I(iinri ili.i
hfiirra of Tu lo and Sini'll. l ull Suet' Mi-. ; Tnul
alti 11V. I al linh iMet. or hy imiil.
LLV IIROXUKIIX, at) V'arrcu Street, Now York.
Northern Pacific Railroad Company.
Aie Bulliui: tii kota tu nil poin'b V. at
liull tbo rrgulur raioa.
1). S. K. Hi ii k,
Local A. cut No MaiHii'ie liiiiMrnt;,
Duu't lobnCi'u Hil ami Smoke Vmr I Ho Aniiy.
I'o qutt tutiocoo caMly ninl Ioiovit, Ih iiuiu
ntilie, full uf life, uono nml vl,;nr, lal.o .'o 'lu
Due, the wouilor vil ktT, thai, m;ilios wouli uu u
ttrong. All iliuciiisH. 60c t'f l. I'ui'ocuuiuii
tct'd. lloflUlet mid hiiini'lo fion. Aihlros
BtflllliB litflllCdy 10 , ClilouKij of New VOlU.
W & v A
ON Till- CUBAN SITUATION.
W.MiiMiii, March 1. Arcana ilra
main: lu tho intt-nniiv n! It Inuraat waa
. .'Ni'iitfd in Uih ai'iiaie tlay durlnx tbe
ti'livi i v ty llmr.lon of rienraaka ol
aii'i Ii on lliu Cuban auhWt. Not uncr
lm limiiKUiaiion ol i'lealdeut McKlnli-y
tut vo in iiunv people li(-n on tbe annate
mil' i I tlio cm I'lml ua weia tlicra tylv
IIih llrnt Hi iilcncc, in wlilrh lia atioka
ul I ln I'oriiiijiiuil l ailent J i par a itflica'a
iii I loin 1 1 i t k n Inn-uoH ti, ilia lona ol Ma
. ifi. ot. Wa iinamoratila trii tu Cu'a
inn nin'i'd itmiaot atlcniion. A liu-b
In 1 over fin ureal audience, which hun
!Ui aliijiiat breaiuiKei atU'otioii and lu
tenet iiixjn every word.
Mrr. ilitiraton'a dvlua reouaat lu her
hunluii'l nua that Iih irtould lose no time
on aci:uinit ol her death, lo do hia tit
iiioiit tu Rave and Ireo Curia and lia xo-
il . In arcordaure with the requeit,
ii't ieluro, Tliuraton aacritici hia peraon
I lei l'i and dollvcrwl hia apeech a
-peiM Ii ilutt vraa Ida iniiute to the luenj
ory ul Ii im w ifn
"Mr. I'r.BidDnt," iaid Ihuriton, "1
am barn hy cuiumand of silent line to
-pi ul, oik e and for all upon Ibe Cohan
Ml'irtiiun. I I runt that no one baaei
Kt'cied uu) ihin eeuaatlonal from me
liod forbid that the bitterueRF of a per
.( al loaa khould induce me to color in
i he blihlcft decree the alateroent that I
feel it my duty to make. I have no pur
iio-u to atir tbu puhuc paaaion in ac'.ion,
not netof rary and emphatic to meet the
diilii R and iHTp-sitiei of American re
.poiiRitiiliiy, Chrlatian buinauity and
national honor. 1 cauoot aatitfy my
ooi.BvieiR-e, except hy BpeaklnK and
l'huri tj;i Raid lu had gone to Cuba
lirinly believintf that the condition of
ilIaiiM in the inland bad been greatly ex-
aKKeralt-d. He bad com ludiwi, luaever,
i ti.it h u evert tatement of the borrora of
l.o i iiiiuliiui wan itniioaalble. He aaa
pri-iiarcd not only to indorae every word
'I Hit! careitil, concire apeech of tbe eena-
lor from Vermont (Proctor), but waa
'ii ii coniim t'd that he bad understated
l.o f m 1 h . I n di'tailinK the incideutt and
ciurn i In facta ibal came under hia
il.Hfi vitii'in, I liiirflo'i said lie had no lie
ni tu .'t nl in horror.
"II I lu I my way," gai J bit, ''t would
l.io' l tM' in : r iciiri public even from
Hie phiitoKraphii' rt"produt'tioin of tlm
i fid ' i-eiif tli.it I viewed in all iheir
O I;! Iiul ri'-lllll
ti o foMiers Spain ti-ui lo
ili.in i.'.), Dm) are now uv.iil.ib e
ir i o
, y. I !.e lemutmlcr are dead, tt k
ui it t t j ;;; li in incupaoitati'd
!o i ut In Levc," Raid lie. "tha1 lli
' j ui I f-1 1 nriiiy in Culx I'otil't a and
hi." ' :: n i ut in lliti opi'ti li.";il aj. in-x
:''i.i i ;ii n.i i'i. ii!e I American eoidiein.
Hit .'j'liii ! i H'jl.liern of all 'e ii! en
ai I 'i n u'i! 1 mo t liludly welcoino nnv
roMil' lli.ti w im.il t n ili.e I lie iu to rotnri.
llii ir I. 'Hue..
' 1 li" ioii.r. n in lint American news
, a oriol tic Btnrvmg recouci tittud.i
ite trim. They can all bo duplicated b
lliu liiinitjmid. I never before hjw, ami,
pli'dn ( i'xl, Imp never aain.to aee auoli
iiilli rmv'H ii" luiiniiit tli coiiceiitrad w m
M.e ml'iit ui i'( Mantanzaa. I can oeyey
loiw'el lo my diiiiK day the hopeless an-
ininli iii il. t ir deepuirinK eves. Men,
nrt'ti and 1 1 1 1 1 ii r on eland silent, lane
iHhii if. Iheir only appeal conies from
ilioir eud oioH, tliroiigb which one l ks
m ihrnuyh mi open window into their
iii'iit.int; Einila "
1 tm novnrnor of Mantanzas, Tburaton
cii'l. could see no end to this condition
ul Hil'.u.'H, and could suitxeHt no relief,
except 1 1. T'i ti k l the L'ntted Mates.
"The ti'iveniuieiit of Spain will not ap
propiiate one dollar to save these peo
pic," ful l l'liureton. ''Think of the
epectuclu! We are feeding these citizens of
.paiu ; wo are nursing ibeir sick ; we are
huvuik kucb at can be saved, and yet
iheie uro thoHe who still say Ibat it ia
not tiiilit for u b to sand food, but that we
must Keep our hands off I say tbat 'he
time lute come when muekets ought to
o w ith tliu food !
''1 Hhall reler to tbeRe tionible things
no further. They will remain in my
mind forever-aud this is almost the
"Christ died lviOO years ago, and Spain
ia a Christian nation Sbe baa set up
mure crosses in uioro lauds and beneath
mote ikies and under them baa butch
ered more people than all tbe other Da
lions of the earth combined.
' Kuiope may tolerate her eiistence as
lotiii us t he people of tbo Old World w isb.
Go I Ktunt that before another Chriat
tn.iH morning, tbe last vestige of Spanish
i army and oppression will have van
ished Irotn the Western bemiapbere."
ItisciiHsinu the remedy which should
be applied, Thuraton said :
T1MK 1011 ACTION 11 AS C'OMf.
"i cuunseled silence and tuoderatiou
from this lloov wbeo the pasBion of the
nation aeeuied at white beat over Ibe
demruction of Ibe Maine, but it seems to
me the time (or action bas now come.
Not action in the Maine case; I hope
and trust thut this government will take
action on the Cuban situation entirely
outside of tho Maine case. When the
Maine, report ia received, if it be found
bat our ship and sailors were blown up
by sumo outside explosive, wo will have
ample reparation without quibble or de
lay, and if the explosion ran be traced to
Spanish oilicial sources, the.ro will be
aiich swift and terrible punishment ad
judged as will reiuaiu a warning to the
"What, r-hall tbu I'niled states do,
For an utmwer, Thurstou, as a republi
can, turned to the lust national platform
of 1 1 in party.
' Our plu'fiiriii " be said, "demands
I It iii tint I'uited Status shall actively .le
iin IniluoiicH to nee ure the dependence
i f the irtlaii'l. I urn not here 1 1 criticize
tho prcm'iit lldiiiinintriitioii ; I yieKI to uo
man living in my rnpect, m'v adiiiiia
Hon for and inv contideuce iu the judg
ment, the wimlom, the ptiriotiaiu, the
Aiiiericatiism ol William McKinloy.
Wtien he entered upon hii r liniuisira
lion, lit) ficed u illllicul' siluntioii It
was hia duty I ) proceed with care and
caution. It was the plain duty of the
picHidunt of the Cmtod States to g'vo to
tliu lihei'til niiiilHtry of Spain a reason
able lime iu w hich to teat Us proponed
autonomy. That time bas been giveu
Autonomy ia conceded Ihe wide world
over to bo a oimjiicuoui failure, ragns-
ta is pnweilitRR ; llUnco is poweileia t
put uu end lo ihe eonrlicl, lo rnhamli-
tatii tha Inland or to relieve the sufferiiia,
aiarvalion aud dlatreaa.
"Tlm tiruo fur action lias then come
No greater reaaou for it can etiat totm r
row than rxi la today. Kvtry hour'.
delav only adds another chapter to the
awtul atorr of inlanry and death. Only
one power can intervene the l"niteo
Stales of America.
"We cannot refti'O to accept this re
aponNinilitr, which tlm God of the uoi
verae has placed upon u aa tlm one great
power lu the New World. What shall
our action mV
WOT A QUESTION OF ANMEX.1 10.
Tburatou briefly adverted fothc propo
aitiona for recognixing the beliigi remy or
Ihe independence of the CubariR, only to
aay that it was too late for either. A In
annexation, be said :
I wiinlil oppOMM annexation aim rny
!at bieath. I he ieipl of Cuba are out
our H'onle; tl.e iai,nol aa-imiliate with
Ua, and hetond al that, I aui Ulterlf
and nnalieratily oppoiod lo any ilepar
tore from the declared ikjIicv of the
fathers, which would start this republic
for tbe limt time upon a career of con
quest and dominion, utterly at variance
with the declared purpone. and the
mai.ifret doatiny of popular governmeitt.
let the woild nndsialand mat the Unit
ed States does not propo to annex
Cubs ; that it is oot af cr a foot of Cuba,
territory, or a dollar of Snanieb money.
The American people will never consent
to the payment of one dollar or to the
guaranteeing of one bond as the price
paid t Spain for tier relinquishment of
the inland ehe has so wantonly outraged
"Mr. President, there is only one ac
tion poaaihle thai ia, intervent on f. r
the independence of the islsnd ; interven
tion that means tbe landing of an Ameri
can army on Cuban soil ; the deploying
of an Auit rican fleet Off the harbor ol
Havana; intervention which rays to
Spain. 'Lea vi the itland, withdraw your
soldiers, leave tbe Cubans, tbeao broth
ers of ours, in tbe world, to form and
carry on uovernmeot for themselves '
Such intervention on our part would not
of itself be war. It would undoubtedly
lead to war: but if war came, it would
come by act of iSpain in reactance of tbe
liberty ami the Independence ol the
Me maintained tbat ol all the people
on the ieland, the native Cubans were the
beet qualified and btted f. r government
Ilin re ton pai.l a high tribute to ibe
government for the work it lias accniu-
p; inlied in preparing for any emergent',
and. "pKikina ' congress, Paid :
Wear not in eeeelou t) liamptr or
cr pple the preeident ; we ara here P an-
vine, and asniet Mm Congress can alone
levy taxes, and to this coniireaa the unit
ed pcopl of this broad li d, from sea t
eea, fioui lake 1 1 gult, lo. k to voice their
witsiies and eiecut- the r will.
VOICE OF Tilt M.iNLV-CHAM.tRS.
"Ml. President, aiiains the interven
lion i l toe United .Vaiea iu Una I oly
call'-o there ii lint olie voice of dl.-eiii ;
that voice is the v. i.e ol the money-n.oiit'V-changere,
i'liev fear war, not
ln'causH ol any Christian .en im-ni
ag.i:nMt War and in lavor of peace, but
li.ei lear tlmt a declar-'itiiin ( war, 0'
lliti rventiiin wliioti inigiil ri Hiil" in war,
would have a depreesn i effi-C up m II
stuck inn' k-t.
"Mr. president. I d n t receive m
duty friitn tin- ii'k-r, I iln n"i i-k-m
.eeaoi a In pulriutlMii I' Wall 6t'-et
I deprecate war 'W .r wiih Spain
would tncreaee the tme.ii- es anil ea'iin , s
ol eVeiV A mei Icon r.nlr.Kil, t w "11 .1 in
crease the output of every Aiueri. an
lactort ; it would RiiiuuUtH every i. ranch
of InduHiiy and domes'ic como.er e; it
would greallv in rease tbe demand for
mericaii labor and in tbe end every
certiticaie that lepresented a share in an
American business enterpiiee would be
worth more mouey than it is worth to
day. Out iu the meantime, the epiri' of
war would stride through ihe stock ex
changea, and many t( the gamniers
around the board would find their ill
gaiten gains paeeing to tbe other side of
tbe table. Let Ihem know that what one
man loses at tbe garntdinit table bis fellow-gamblers
win Let them take their
ebaucea as thev can. Their weal or woe
ia but ol little importance to the liberty
loving people of the United Statea.
"Iet the men whose loyalty is to the
dollar stand aside, w hile tbe men whose
loyalty is to tbo Mag come to the front.
"Tbere are some w ho lift tbeir voices
lu the land and in tbe open light of day
aud iusist that tbe republican party will
not act, for they sav it sold out to the
capitalist and money-changers at ihe
last national election. It ia not so. G"d
forbid ! lb free men who v. ted for ihe
republican parly and for William Mc
Kiuley did uot mortgage tbe honor ot
this nation for a campaign fund, aud if
tbe time ever comes when ibe republi
can party beeitates in tbe course of duty
because of undue auxiety lor the welfare
of the accumulated wealth of tbe nation,
then let the republican party be swept
from the face ol the eariy, and be suc
ceeded by some other party, by what
ever name it may be called, which repre
sents tbe patriot ixm, tbe h inesty , the
loyalty aud the devotion tbat the repub
lican party exhibited under Abraham
Lincoln in 1801. He believed in the
doctrine taught by the lowli Nazareue,
that men must have liberty beiore abi i
itig peace can came.
"Mr. President, in tbe cable that
moored me to life aud hope, the strong
est sirsnds are broken. I have but lit le
left to oiler at the altar of freedom's sac
rifice, but all I have I am glad to give.
I am ready to serve my country as I can,
in the ronate or in the field My dear
est hope, mv moat earnest prayer to G. d
is that wbuu death comes lo end all, I
may meet it calmly and fearlessly, a
did my beloved, in the cu.se of human
iiy, under the American llag."
As Thurston nested the end of his
speech, he became noticeably excited,
aud ids utterance became the more im
passioned. Tbe peroration waa lril
li intly dclivt r-d. Aluioet at the instil t
of the con. I union of fie speech, bis vole
broke with emotion, and be finished
wuli dillictilly. Aa Tliu re tan sank into
his sent, h" buried bis face in bis bands,
while a tiviuoudnuM an I overwhelming
wave o appLuae swept through the nai
leries. The vice president made a difli
dent tiTort ti ivetrim the demonvtra
tio.i, hut it was n "t I'linfinle fi contr 1
tlie people, Tears welled to many eyes,
uot only in the gall lie.., but t tho e ot
t tit. staid and digniliod eenators ou fie
As Thnrfson'e colleague, Allen, led him
quietly fiom tho chamber, many of his
associates silently, hut with every eyi
deuce of feeling, granped his hand.
Till: OMAHA E2XP0SIH0N.
Oregon Commission Aska for floral
and f inancial Support.
To the Loyal Alen and Women of Ore
The Oregon commission, constating of
the following members: W. S. Maon,
J. K lla.cltine. Henry E. Dosch. J. F
liatcheldor and It. I). Inman, of Port
land; U. C. lleekuian, of JacksonviJ
J. A. Wright, of Sparta; J. O. Oav, ol
Olalla; Phillip Metchan and K. P Mc-
iVtrnatk.of Salem ; H. 0. Miller and O.
J Olaen.of Grants Pa; It. F Alley, of
Uaker City ; J. O. Hanthorn.of Aarorla
E .1 Kraeier, of Kngene; W K. Hurd
I Granite, and O N. IVnnr of Corvai
da, appointed by Oovemor Iord, organ-
uu on the )th day of March, with W
. Mason as president, .1. E. Uaaeltine
as vice-president, Phillip Mctschan as
tressnrer, Henry k. Uoach as so par in
tendent and J F. UaUiheider as eecre.
tary and tbe nndereigned executive com
The resources of Oregon are manifold.
We have the finest of agricultural, frai'
and grasing lands, while onr timber for
ests, salmon fisheries and blooded stock
ran not be surpassed. Besides this our
mineral lands both in Eastern and West
em Oregon are ricner and broader in
extent than in any of tbe other Pacific
oast states. riotwiths sn-Jing all this.
the resources ol Oregon are not known
to the otber world as thev should be.
For tbe purpose of advertising lo the
world these resources, the above com
mission bas been .appointed todetise
ways and means lo nave onr state reprn.
eiited at the Trans-Mississippi and In
ternational Exposition to be held at Cro
atia from Jone 1st to November 1, 1898.
tbe exposition is primarily intended
o embrace the industrial resources of the
tates west of tbe Mississippi river, but
Kaetern states, tbe British colonies,
Mexico, Central and South American
republics will participate, and manv
Eastern governments will he represented.
i ne ouuuinss and groumis and tbe ar
rangements will make the exposition in
extent and completeness second caly to
the orld s Columbian fair.
To tbe intelligent people of this state
it is unnecessary to make a detailed
atatement of tbe manifold advantages to
tm derived from an exhibition at Omaha
of tbe various products which go to make
op the resources of Oregon, as a means
of attracting tbe agriculturist, ibe stock
and fruit grower, the miner, the manu
lactuier and the capitaiiet seeking in
vestments or a new field in which to fol-
w i heir avocation or invest their ac-
i nmiiU'e l wealth.
Therefore we give Iriefly the plan
whi' ii the tunimi-sioii have ad ipd io
iccompliab this end, which is as fol
Iu tbe absence of a state appropriation
for the purpose of making an Oregon ex
hibit ai Omaha, tbe commission muet
rely upon ihe voluntary contribution of
its pui ic spirited ,opie. The commis
sion h-a made a cnrefnl estimate of the
ct 1. 1 an exhibit, and find tbat ir ca
e carried sue es-fully with tbe sum of
I' ia a foregone conclusion tbat tbe
legis ature of 1S!9, with the business
a-n'inient i.f the etate at its back, will
reiteeni "bee certificates at their face
O hi- naeis the commission will at
an -ay date eolint snbsi rtptions
It nub.. nl the state.
C r'iti- a'es eigne.i ny its officers will
tie giv n f"i Hi- a'ni'Ui't eir s ri e.l 'he
ihIkI i ne i'i -U'h riri'ates and ibe
ex i.l i o'. tne'eund-r n t ' ei.-.e-'
he .itho ze tii n t f 2 POO
Wn i. tbe g'-' tnre i, akes an ap-
r- pn .ii ii to reimburse me soiiscribeiH,
thee eer'iri,iH-, r periy tndnr-ed,
will ttt in I evidence of sucb siucription
and wid be paid uion presentation from
the funds at the disposal of ihe commis
sion. Tbe com mis-inn will publi-h on tbe
first of each month te names of snh
acri'.teis ami the amonntof iheir simwip
tinn, and on the 31' ot D-cember. 1893,
Rtatement io detail t f receipt and dis
bursements. Mr. H E. D acb, onr superintendent,
i now in Omaha making his selection
from tbe choice space that has been re
served for th O-egon exhibit.
The commi-sion present thia appeal
fur moral and financial support to the
loyal people of the atate.
W. S. Mason.
J. E Haselti.nk,
H. E Doscu.
E J Fbasikk.
J F. Batciielper,
"TI5 LOVO THAT TAKES THE
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See how the great money kings are con
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tbe great soldiers and men of power are
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A womau'a most precious possession is
the capacity for awakening pure and noble
love. More potent than wit or intellect Is
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A woman who is weak or diseased in tbe
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For nearly sa years Dr Pierce has been
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rsevv More I
Staple and Fancy
Country Produce Bought and Sold
TAYLOR ft WILSON BLOCK
Mrs R J05EPH501
Gents' Furnishing Goods
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS
ttOTIOfiS AflD FAJ1CY GOODS
I I -ajar- ft
rSucceasor to Q. W. KOAH,
bsi sa bksb ma kiiwh.
TROTTINa AND RUNNING PLATES A SPECIALTY.
REPAIRING OF ALL- KI.VD8 PROMPTLY DONE.
Shop 0,1 corner Waahlngton
The Eclipse AH Brass Spray Pump !!
Endoreed by leading Orrhardists of Oregon.
Spray Pumps, Bamboo Rods, Double and Single Vermoiel
Nozzles, Strainers, Hose, Etc., at
CHURCHILL, VVOOLLEY I MCKENZIE'S.
KRUSE & SHAMBROOK,
D KALE 88 IN
STAPLE ID FANCY GROCERIES 1PR0II8IS
FIrtE TEAS AMD COFFEES A SPECIALTY.
ALSO A I'l'LL LINK OK
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GIVE I'd A TRIAL.
New Goods! i
and Kane dta., Roarebarar.
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