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continued increase of buyers. Judge us by the
DRY GOODS your friends have purchased of us.
Judge us by our l'riccs (Jet your friends to tell
you how much they paid. That is al) we ask.
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I. ABRAHAM, Prop'r.
A complete line of
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Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Capes, Jackets,
and a tine I ine'of Millinery Goods.
Everything New, purchased
manufacturers, especially for the Fall Trade.
Call and exainiine Goods and Prices.
QF EpEdIJL ViLUE.
A cate'ul selection of Drut; end rbetnicals with a thorough
kiiowlcdgo of their therapiitio and chemical properties enables
u to KiiurHiitee to our pulrone l'urity, Standard Strcngtb, and
, At'curHcy in compouiidini; phyhieians' prescriptions and fan)-
, l!y rciipa.
In addition to our excellent laboraloiy fucililies, we rarry in stock :
'Patent ricdkhies, Dye Stuffs, a Superb Quality if
Perfume and Cosmetics, Toilet Soaps, Etc., a Uuar.
antccU quality of Pure Bristle Cloth and Hair Brushes'
none finer, and Staple Sundries Generally.
Our I'uint, Oil, Vntniuh, und Window tilass department is coin
j plule. !
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Will soon be here and
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all goods are as cheap as cousistaut with good
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for Cash direct from Eastern j
OH EG ON.
we have a fine line of NEW
ARMV l!ILL PASSED.
Only Thirteen Senators Opposed
run n ov r.f"" 1 j
I'otcly of the Administration in the
Philippines Discussed In the
Waiiin(.tn, l 'l, i'7. Allisr a con
lafl that will hs mcmoratilu in llm I.is
tory ol the neriaU, the corrjiroiiiinn army
ri'orKini.rlifjti bill was nsrei this eve
ning at 7:10. When lliu (fjrjato ron
v.? dm I at l o'clork thin rnoriiifigC, it
afcrtiiNj more than likely Mint Hut bill
inlKht ho pauil iluiioK thn iluy.
i' rman of MurvUnJ Ina'iHte I that his
a 1 cti'lmc-nt, pr.jvi.lio Hu' thn army
huiiM nut ba incre.itcil permanently, or
beyond July I, 11)01, be inciroratfil in
thu iiianir. I'or several luurs it ap
P'Hte) proballo thiit bin insitslence at
t'.iat W juM lliro the bill over un'.il to
nuirow, and perhaps defeat It. An
aremeut wa? reac'iad llnal'y, however,
uu 1 J ilcirniaii' B iicn laien1, in a eiig'.lly
tnodilleil form, was aecepted.
Th i:i)lb!e r; ffeh of 1I11 day Btfiir et
the ixiuatm , n delivered by Vesl, of
Mixfuiiri, hut liin el ii'iei.re availo I noih
iu SKaintt tli3 ineaturi: a. finally ngreej
upon. ThoHii vo iii itoiriHt Ihu army
bill werp :
llite, lierry, liutier, C'aff-ry. Ci.ilfou,
Clay, Daniul, Hoar, Martin, I'ettirew,
Turlfv, et. Whit U.
The (iurman aii.o...J.ii;Mit it ai f l
' Tint each and every provision ol tin's
act (hall cmtinutf in I rre until Jily I,
l!0l, and on and fu-r tint d.i'e u'i i-n-
eral Bluft and line o!li :i r, anpiinted t
the army undJr this act, ah t'l h: ill
charged and thi3 riiimbers robtjrul in
each grade to lb 'ce t-X'Min,! at the lu--
S8K of this kc', and the enlisted fjree of
the lino of the frmy t-hali Im ledneed to
nuiuhcr na proyide I for by la prior to
April l, la'J.i, exi ln-ive of ni',:li a l lni jns
a have been cr nro madu under ttiia act
to the artillere and ixti I tho eaduis
provided for by tl.ii act, who mxy be
t.pjolnld pfir t-j-July L iyUi; and
provided further, that no ultieer, who
bai been or may be proru. tod under thu
esifitintt law, or dndirtlio rules of senior
ity, hhall Iks distatbtd in bis rat.k."
NORMAL SCIICOL KILL.
Text of the Act Parsed by the Legis
lature and Added to the Laws
of the State.
Iluui-e bill No. i.'jL', introduce.! by
Ueprceeuta:ivo Hoberls of Watco county
aud providing-for the Scutherti Oregon
State Normal School nt .Whland mid the
CVutral Oregon State Normal School at
lrain aud appropriating f7,50t) for the
feuppcrt of raoh, which passed the two
houses of the legislatuie by u very llt-
teriug vo'e, was tiled in the office of the
secretary of state, Tuesday, by Governor
Geer. Tiio act ;a unended an I made
ellVctive, reads ins follows:
For an Act ty amend an Act cu'.ii'eJ
"An Act to amend au Act eutitled 'An
Act providing for the establishment cf
6tato normal echools''; original Act
appiove 1 October i, amended
Act approved February 2d, 1SS3.
Be it enacted by tho Legislative Assem
bly ol tbe S:nte of Oregon :
Seclion 1 Tho Act of the legislative
assembly or tli3 Btnto of .ireon entitled
au Avt to iuii'u.1 au Ac, entitled a:i Act
providing for the eatublisiiiuant o I elite
uormtl bcIijoU, approved FehruiryJd,
he aud tho mius li hordby auieu I-
ed to read aa foilowe :
Sec J Tiio Ashliiud college and nor-
uiul school, ut AU!aiid, Jackson couu'. y,
Oregon, shad herjaftur be known at the
Southern Oregon stato Normal school The
Drain normal school ut Drain, Dotigla s
county, shall hereafter be kuowu as lh
Central Oregon state noimal school.
Bsc 3 Tiio general government and
control of each i f tho aforesaid s'.ut i nor
mal Echools U hereby vested in a bjard
ot regents whic'i board a'lall cjndist ot
twalvj pei'.'ons, The governor, secret ary
of a ate aud superintendent ofp iblij in-
Bttuct:on shall be ex olliclo members of
said board ; the remaining uina to be ap
pointed by the goyeruor with tli9 con
sent of the ecnate, uud their torin of nf-
tlco fhall ha six years, uu I until their
respective successors aro uppiiuted aud
iUiilitied. Of thu tlrsr njipoiuteds, three
shsll be appointed for two years, three
for four year, uud thr.'e for six years.
In case ol nuy vacancy iu said board, at
any timo, or failure of the governo r lo
make appointments dining n seeeioii of
tho eetute, such apiiointinent may bo
made and vaeauoies filleil as approved
by section 10, urticH , ol tho coiibuIu-
lion ol tho stato of Oregon.
Seo4 Five members of the board of
regeuls shun constitute a quorum for thu
transaction of any uud all business that
may legally come beforu eaid board.
The board of logouts shall annually
elect iroin incoi' iiuuibcr a prcsulcnt and
vicepreNidout. They ulialt uho nnuually
dfet a "ccretary and treasurer, who
1 shall ki bonds and perform inch dotje
s I be board msv direct. Thv shall
keep their o files al Ashland, and rha'l
receive such reasonable c jinpnaiation as
Iha boanl may allow.
Kee 5 Ths biard of rean s of the
Hoiithnn Orgou normal school shall re
ceive Iron the Ashland State Normal
School Antoclation a deed to the prein
no tiiod and occopted by the Ash
land college and normal school at Ash
land, Jackson county, Oregon, and tbe
hyard of retfenls of the Central Oregon
normal sclnul shall receive from the
I'rairi tte normal school a deed to the
premises now ocrapied bp the Drain
statu normal school at Drain, Douglas
county, which deeds they shall have
duly recoided and tbey shall bold eaid
premises in trust for the state of Oregon
for normal school purposes.
Sec Q The annual meeting of tbe
board of regents of the Southern Oregon
state normal school shall be he'd at Ash-
Uud, commencing on tbe last Toesdsy
of each school year. Toe annual meet
ing of tbe Central Oregon Mate normal
Bch xd shal be held at Dmn. commenc
ing on Tuesday of the week preceding
(he cloao of the school year. Special
tn -elinn shall ooly be held upon ten
days' notice in writing signed by tbe
president and delivered or mailed to
e i' li member of tbe board.
.Sec 7 Tbe general powers and du'iri
of the board of regonts shall be
1 To receive by gift, bequest, epp'o
priation or otherwise, real or personal
prjperly in behalf of Slid school.
'2 To oti'.rol snd provide lor the care
of the said echoed grounds and buildings,!
ar.d the custody of tho books, papers,
do'.iinieu's and property belongiog there-
3 To appropriate, nee enu rxend
moneys bolonging to, or sppropriated for
the use and Ix-nefit of said n boal.
4 To appoint anil employ a president
and vice-preeident of.said rthool, and
such professors, teichers and employes
ii!i may he iiecery, and to prescribe
their duties, compeii-auon and tenure of
oilicc or euiplojment.
0. To prescribe the qualifications fur
u luiiesi .ri into said school and the rate
ultoi ijti; to demtnd and receive ail
moneys appropriated for carrying out tbe
provisions of this act, and all cams due
and accruing to said febool for admiseiou
and tuition therein, and apply the same
us may be fur tbo best interests of the
4 To have, iu connection with the
president of tbo sibool and tbe state
bjardof education, the general super
vision of tbe courre of instruction there
in, and to enact rales and bylaws for tbe
government thereof, including tbe facul
ty, teachers, students and employes
7 To confer stats normal school di
plopias on such persons as tbe faculty
uj.iy recommend for graduation, and who
t-liall have passed a satisfactory examin
ation beiore the ttate board of education
or a committee appointed by them, in all
the branches of the prescribed couise of
study und the method of teaching them ;
provided, that person shall bave attend
ed the eaid tchool not less ihan one year
sud bave bad n sucessful experience in
teaching before receiving a diploma.
Said diploma shall be signed by tbe.state
board of cducatiou,',by tbe president and
tecretary of tbe board of regents and by
the faculty of said school. All graduates
of eaid school are hereby authorised to
teach in a.uy public school iu this stale
for a period of six years, aud after five
years of successful teaching in the state
of Oregon thall be entitled to a state life
S To make rules ai,d bylaws, not in
conflict w ith the laws of this state, for
the government of the board of regents.
Sec S Tbe regents shall not receive
any compensation for their services, but
may bd allowed their actual and necessa
ry expenses in attending tbe meetings o
the board, to be paid as current expeu
ses of tbe school.
Sec", 1 At the close of each eel 00 1
year the preeldent of the board of re
gents and tbe president of the faculty
slull jointly make to tbe governor of tbe
state a written report showing the trac
eactions ot the board, the condition,
progress aud need of the school, the
number of professors, teachers, students
and employes together with tbe financial
statement of tbe condition of tbe institu
tion, aud such other information as may
be deemed of importance, of which re
ports a sufficient number shall be print
ed by the state priuter for gratuitous dis
tribution throughout the state.
See 10 For the support of said nor
mal schools (here is hereby appropriated
from the general fund of tbe slate tbe
sum of tilteen thousand dollars to be ap
portioned as follows: For tbe Southern
Oregoa statu normal achool $7,500, and
for the Central Oregon state normal
school 7,500. On the first Monday of
April, 1S'."J, aud quarterly thereafter, the
Becreturv ol sttitd shall transmit to tbe
treasurer of tbe board of regents a war
rant (or one-eighth of the amount ap
pioprlated by the legislature. .The
trmiHurer of the board of rejteuts eball
l0j Rj money s received from any source
anJ .y out tliu same only on order from
the secretary of tbe board of regents,
I uoliiitdisi,uod by the president of the
i,0iu,i ul regents
Sue 11 Inasmuch as it would be for
,i 0 i,8t interests of said uortnal echools,
I act shall take effect aud be lo force
I from and alter tie approval oy tue gov
The Burden Accepted.
We'll take the White Man's Ilnrd m-
And carry it like men
O'er lofty, dreamy Island.
O'er marshy, swampy fso ;
We see onr duty clearly ;
We need no outside aid
To show to os the bnrden
Of which we're not afraid.
We'll take tbe White Man's Bnrden
Our hearts will stand th strain,
Though stolid, saltan peoples
Ves body, mind ana brain.
We entered on the conflict
Which bionght this dire bequest,
Because our fellow rreatorrs
Were tortured and oppressed.
We'll take ibe While Man's Burden
And risk Ingratitude,
The savsgo natiye'a biting
The band tnat gives him food;
We are not wholly selfish,
We don't expect to gain
A revenue unbounded,
At price of blood and pnin.
We'll take the White Man's Burden
We'll do our level best
To place oor dark-skinned brother
On footing with tbe rest,
We'll give him education
And tearb bim Christian truth ;
(Tbe thought tbat he'll take either
Has made yon smile, lor soot b.)
We'll take the White Man's Burden
A grnesomo one, yon say,
We'll use oar "peers' " experience
To light ns on our way.
And don't be disappointed
If devil-children prove '
In some far dintant futurw
Their heirship to 'iod's loye.
We'll take tbe White .Man's Burden
'Twill help ns to reveal
Oor faith in oor own future.
Whose slowly breakiog seal
Is opening op new vistas
Of life and ligbt to all
Who dare to walk forth toldly,
And do not fear a fall.
We'll take the White Man' Harder
Ton think we're sure to fail.
To stagger and fall blindly
And then our fate bewail.
You do not know our country ;
Tbe works done in tbe past
Are but a tiny token
Of wbat she'll do at last.
B. F. M. in Beloit Hound Table.
Our Washington Letter.
From our regular'CorrwpoudenL
Oregon Rivers and Harbor?.
Washington, D. C. Feb 25. I5.r0
Kecent events demonstrate the val
ue ol long service and experience in
In the last congress we had Mr, Her
mann on tbe river and harbor committee
in the bouse aod next to tbe chairman
for long service. This made bim mem
ber of every committee of conference in
volving such matters between tbe two
bouses and gave bim great influence.
In the past Oregon has been exceed
initly favored, her river and harbor work
has been in excess of any otber state
But when the present congress came
to act on this question, (he house struck
out many items we had an interest in,
and even tried to repeal the acta provid
ing the boat railway at Tbe Dalles and
that for continuing tbe wcrk at Yaquioa.
It remained to be seen wbat the sen
ate would do; tbe senate committee
tbat is identical with the houie com
mittee on rivers and harbors, has jost
acted and tbe bill is reported with
amendments tbat will be a surprise to
tbe house. The matter will now go to
a conference committee, to secure agree
ment. It is eafe to believe that many
if not all of tbe senate amendments will
Very fortunately, Seualor McBride is
a membet of tbe eenaie committee on
commerce, that at his suggestion and by
hit influence, made tbe changes alluded
to, amounting to half a million dollars
more for our state. What specially
pleased Mr. McBride, was that on bis
showing that tbe Yaquina improvement
had been contracted for at one half tbe
urn estimated by government engineers,
the committee unanimously struck ont
the repealing clause as to Yaquint and
The Dalles boat railway, and made
appropriations .'or both objects, or in-
terterted them in tbe amendments pro
The bill as now reported, provides as
For Tillamook. $25,000, an increase ol
$8,000 over the bouee.
Ccoa Bay (new) 1 150,00 J.
Upper Columbia, (7,500, an increase
Coos River, (new) $100,000.
Ibe Dalles boat railway, (new) $50,
000. Upper Willamette, (new) $3,000.
Lower Willamette and Columbia, $15-
0,000, an increase of $50,000.
Coquille, below city, $49,000, an in
crease of $15,000.
Clatskaule, (new) $13,000.
Upper Coquille, $'J,000.
Tongue Total and Astoria, (uew) $71,-
l'royisiou is also made, if there
amendments eball pass, for gauging
thu Columbia, surveying tbe Willamette
and Columbia lor a 25, foot chattel be'
low Portland, aud at ibe mouth ol the
river for 35 It. eulrance.
If Mr. McBride could le on the com
inittee of conference b 'tween the two
houses tbe possibilities for paseuge
would be greatly iucreased. II is
very taclful inau, possessing gnut fa
ulty for uuiiitgiug tutu aud measures.
We shall to very much Iwt't r off than
the bouse would have lef i iih, iih many
if Dot all of these measure", must go
Our iieiuton am wo; king I offline
pletaantly an I for the good of the stele
Henator Klmon will be In good form to
have influence In another session. He
is a man who will grow lo bis oppor
trinities and so far has shown much good
sense. Mr. Tongue hss bad one lerm'f
experience and goes Into tbe next bonse
as a man w ho has been well endorsed by
hie constituents. Mr. Ellis hat done
good service to hia state and deserves to
be well remembered. He has labored
under no disadvantage here but Laa
been misrepresented at home. At pres
ent be is nolle unweil, haying been for
over a week confined to Ibe house by a
severe attack of la grippe and bronchial
(roubles. H. A. Clarki.
EAST AND SOUTH
- VIA -
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern 1'aclilc Co.
tiprm trains laava Portlaaa dally.
6 uur. m.
X no r,u,
n Sk. a.
Portland - Ar.
San Franelsro Lv.
9 0 A.
12 -.'4 r. B.
S 00 r. w.
Above trains slop at all principal atatlona
between Portland aod Halcm, Turner, Marlon,
Jefferson, Albany, Tanreul, Bbedds, Haiaav,
HarrUbur. Junction city, Xogene. Uottaa
;roT, Drain, Oakland, and all laliona from
Roaeborf to AiUland lncloalve.
Hoaebnra- na.ll Dally.
5:20 r. M.
CAKS ODOODEII ROtTt.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
S ECO 71 D"C It A M SI-EKMPIfi CAM
Attache to all Tbroaab Tralu.
West Side Division.
Betweea Pwrtlaad ana Corralll
Kail train daily (except Sunday).
7:80 a. m.
II Ma. m.
1-JO P. M
At Albany and Corrallla connect with train'
nf Oregon Central a Eaatern railroad.
Express train dally (except Sunday i.
to r. u.
:Jf A. M.
:f3 a. a.
4 60. a.
Direct connection at San Vranclsno with Oc
cidental and Oriental aod -Pacific Mall atcam-
Jhin Unea (or JAPAN AMD CHINA, galunf
naien on application.
K KOKHLKK. C. II. MARK HAM,
Manager. t. P. a Paaa. At I.
Rate and tickets to E.stern points and Eu
rope. Alan JAPAN, CHINA, HONOLULU and
Al'sTHAlJA. Can be obtained from L. 8.
MOOKE, Ticket Agent, or V- C. LONDON, Roa
ALL COMPETITORS !
vV are alwaya in the Lead, and ni. Ut
The Golden Harvest is npon t, and tru
era are amiling because Woodward
Ioo4S to their interest
Tkeae are all Leather and Warranted.
At Redaoed Prices.
Consult your purse and be sure and see
Woodwara beiore buying.
W. C. WOODWARD
A Desperate Woman.
Experts in insanity tell J
us tbat when anyone goes'
insane, frequently their whole nature is re
versed. They do and say exactly the op
posite luiuR-s to wbat tbey would do tit
their sane minds. A mother wbnaa mind
breaks down under extreme nervous ten
sion may turn upon the one object in alt
the worlderaost precious to her her baby.
The terrible ncrvoua teu.inn under which
many women live and sutler becann of
some weakness or disease of their sea,
keeps them on the very verge of insanity.
The constant drap and drain upon the com
plicated and delicate organism affects the
whole nervous gyatem aod works upon thn
brain with an almost irresistible madness.
Thousands of suffering women have been
literally aaved ftotu the insane asylum by
the timely inBueuce of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. It is the one perfect and pas.
Itive specific for every derangement of wo.
man's special organism. It ia a scientific
and permanent cure for those severe,
chronic, complicated cases which doctors
usually consider hopeless It ia the only
medicine of its kind devised by au educated
aud skilled physician.
Mrs. Sarah K. Kains, of Dayton, Cass Co., Mo.,
in a trltrr to Dr. Pierre, writes: " lt was in the
winter of 1840 that my sufferings coimncucrd. It
was close to my time of confinement. 1 took tbe
trip, and that with Ibe InWir psins all went to
lay bead. I .ulVrrcd tlitaiUully. anil when I fare
r.irth lo inv litlle boy I kepi Krlliuil worse, t
doctored but nothing did ni auy good. I ban
nervous spasms and was delii ions Oh. no toosua
cuii express mv suttrrings. I adviacd by a
lady lu try your lueiliciua aud I did. I get on
bottle of the ' Favorite I'rescrlpliou ' and on or
lh 'OuUlcu Medical liitccvery.' I bad lakea
two-thiida uf the itir.luiue wdeu It commenced
its work I Ikkuii lo Ittl heller, ami lill con
tinue.! getting l Iter lu a shurl lime I fell Ilka
anolhrrwoiiii.il. I gnlnrd .tieunlh sud flesh. I
am uow forty one veins uf "K 1'hls is Hue. aod
It vour uiiilkiiie IIihI .uvt.l my tile."
Dr. Pierce's loon paife illnstrsted ook,
"The Petnile's Midii ul Advisei"senl, paper
bound, her fol Ihe cost c f mailing only, l
c in- c nl i-tanips; or, ricth bound ji slarupe,
Addii-ss In K V Pice. Itnifato, N. Y. v