THE ELECTION NEXT TUESDAY. List of the Various Offices to be Filled In All the State.. All the States in thu Union, now forty, five in number, will elioow Presidential Elector and member of Congress on November tth, except Oregon, wlWe two Congressmen were rbo.en in June 4th. All tbe Territories w ill elect dele gates on the name day and the following State elections an? to Ih held in Novem ber: Colorado to choose a successor to the present Democratic Governor and Dem ocratic -Populist State officials. Connecticut to choose a whole State ticket. The present Governor is a Republican. Delaware, a Governor for four years in place of the Democratic incumbent. There is no Lieutenaut-lJovernor in Delaware. Idaho, a State ticket for four years. Illinois, a State ticket for four years. Indiana, a State ticket for four years. Iowa, a Secretary of State. Kansas, a Governor and State ticket for two years. Kentucky, through the legal compli cations arising from the shooting of Senator Goebel, a Governor in place of Beckham, the present Governor, and a Lieutenant-Governor in place of Beck ham, promoted by Goebel's death to the Governorship. Massachusetts, a complete State ticket for one year. Michigan, a State ticket for two years. The present Governor is a Populist and his associates in the administration are Republicans. Missouri, a Governor and State officers, over the election of whom there will be s hard fight. Tfie term of office in Missouri is four vears. PRESIDENT McKINLEY CONFIDENT OF VICTORY. President McKinley has returned to Washington full of confidence in the success of the Republican ticket on the tith of November. He has had reports from all the so-called doubtful States, and he has no doubt of the result. All he asks is that the Republicans every where continue to work as they are now working, anil that there be nocenr-ation of activity till the ballots are all in and counted. The advices which the President has received indicate that the Re publican electoral tickets will be successful in every Northern State east of the Missouri River, in all of tbe Pacific Coast States, in the llorder States of Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia and perhaps Kentucky, in such Western States as Kansas, North anil South D.ikota and Wyoming, with even chances for Nebraska, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, I'tah and Nevada. At the Cabinet meeting to-day there was an informal discussion of the political situation. All the members present were delighted at the serene confidence shown by the President, whose information and judg ment they know to Ije of the leet. President McKinley is fully :,ontent to devote all his time to public business, leaving Mr. liryan a monopoly of the siieechrnaking. He is satisfied that the Democratic candidate is hurting his own cause in almost jvery tpeech he makes. Montana, a Governor and other State officers, now divided between the Clark and Daly factions of Democrats. Nebraska, w hich has a Populist Gov ernor and a I'opuliht-Iiemocralic State administration, will fill all these places besides clusisii.g legislators, who will have the selection of two United States Senator. New Hampshire, in which a Governor and State officials will m chosen. New York, in which a Governor and Mate officials, a-; well as both branches of the Legifclature, will le voted for. North Carolina, in which a Governor and Slate officer will be elected for the period of four year-, and a constitu tional amendment to be. submitted to j the voters. rui Jaxota, in wmci. a governor and State officers will I voted for. Ohio, in winch the Secretary of State will be the highest offi. -ial voted for. Pennsylvania, in which two Congress-J men w in oe cnosen. South Carolina, in which a complete! State ticket will Ihj chosen for two years, j South Dakota, in w hich a Governor and State officers will be chosen for a like period. Tennessee, in which a Governor, Treasurer and Auditor will be voted for. There is no Lieutenant-Governor in Tennessee. Texas, in which a whole State ticket is chosen. TTtali i u lii..l, a I I,..,. ....A Cl.,1.. ... '-nil , , I Officers will he chosen. I tali loin not had a State election since 1H'J5. Washington, in w hich a Governor and tate officers will be elected for four years. The present administration is Populist. West Virgin!.), !u which a Governor and State officers will be elected for a like period. The present administra tion of West Virginia is Republican. Wisconsin, in which a Governor and State officers will be elected. The States in which there will be no general election for State officer this year are California, Maryland, Missis sippi, Nevada, New Jersey and Virginia. The States which have already held their State elections are Rhode Island, which chose a Governor and State offi cers in April; Ixmisiana, which held its State election in the same month; Vermont and Arkansas which held elec tions since, with Republican gains, and Oregon which voted In June. LAST OF THE MODOC TRIBE DYING OFFI RAXTKR SPRINGS vKan.), October 12.-The Modoc Indiana are rapidly passing away. It will le cnly a few years until they have all become "Good Indians" and their trife will be eitinct. The Modocs at one time were the most troublesome and blood-thirsty savages that the Government ever tried to gov ern. Long tefore the white man put in an appearance on the shores of the Pa cific they were seekers of gore. They werealwavsin trouble ith older triWs. That is the way they got the name Modoc. It means 'enemies." It was given them by the other tribes on the Pacific, against whom they had waged war. Hut now things have changed. The Modocs no longer thirst for war. They are a slovenly, indolent and dull set of Wings, with no ambition. From a strong tribe of brave warriors they have dwindled down until there are only thirteen bucks left in the trile. The total population of the triln- is seventy eight, mostly women and diseased chil dren. In recent years the Modocs have died off like sheep, and if the ratio keeps up in less than a decade a Modoc Indian w ill le one of the curiosities of a prac-. tically extinct race. Thy are now quartered on a small reservation in the (Juapaw country a few miles south of this city, under guard of the Govi-rn-ment, fur they are btill considered prisoners. 'II. e few members of the trilie are growling because they cannot go back to the Pacific Slope and spend tlo- remainder of their days. J he Modocs once w ere a J.art of tl Klamath tribe in Northern California and Southern Oregon. They became the 'Jloxcnj" of the Klamaths. They broke away from that trilje and set up a government of their own and then waged war ugainst their mother tribe, just as the "Boxers" are doing in China. They alio attacked outsioers just like ,jiu "oj ioxers," and finally linked horns with Uncle Sain. tij(,y were 8ulKlle(1 the woul(i make slaves of their prisoners of war ail(J b,ly ,. tlt),n -n ,,,,,, oUieP aft(;r ,,, fa(jhion o( Ue andent ijlliallH ail,j Carthaginians. The above from the Kan Francisco Ex aminer is a mis-statement of facts so far i as the number of Modoc Indians now in existence, is concerned. It is estimated that there are at least WM) of the Modocs on the Klamath Reservation, and they have been accorded the same rights by the government as the other Indians in the allotment of lands. A. F. Hunt left Ashland on October 22d with three carloads, of cattle from the Dead Indian country, which he took J to the San rrancisco market to sell, San Francisco prices rule higher just now than in Portland. Tbii ilirnsture In on every box of the gooulne Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabieu (he remedy that cure a celcl In one day Tnx: Kei riu Oni.v ICxvlllMi VP mioi: IIOI.'HK lit I -IlltON iYV O. 0. aRA.VIIS All The Latest Up-To-Date Styles 1PM w v. it AaV. xWrltfor.CatAlocua and Prices. Gold the Poor Man's Money Frmii Pri-nl'li'iit HaytV t cif the lUaml AIILon ai l. National promises should lie kept with unflinching lid. lily. There is no power to comicl a nation to pay its just debts. Its credit dcciid on its honor. The nation owes what it has led or al lowed its creditors to exN-i-t. I cannot approve a bill, which, in $ s N. my judgment, authorizes the vio- V lation of lacred obligations. The obligation of the puhlic faith traim- cemis all ijuentioiiH of profit or public advantage. Its unijuestiou able maintenance is tlt! dictate as well of the highest expediency us of the most heCMSsary duty, and should ever be carefully guarded . by the Kxecutive, by Congress, and S, by the people. A currency worth less than it purports to be worth will in the end defraud not only creditors, but S all who are engaged in legitiuiau s business, and none more aurely y than those who are dependent on their daily labor for their daily v bread. s s s . Some of the good hulie of Lake view are considering a proposition of giving a big entertainment in the near future. the proceeds of which w ill he applied to the improvement of the cemetery. Such a worthy movement should be encour aged by everybody in the community, for there ii nothing that needs improve ment more bo than our cemetery. As it stands it is simply a blot on the fair fame of Lnkeview. The home of the dead should at least be cared for and made beautiful with shade trees, flowers and green grasses. It is to Us hoped that the ladies will give an entertain ment for this purpose, and that it will be well patronized. 8. D. Coulter & Co., the wide-awake meat marketuien, have engaged the ser vices of an experienced butcher from San Francisco, who is an artist in Ins business. He is now manufacturing the finest sausages, bolognas, headcheenu and other tasty market productions ever exhibited in Lnkeview. Those who like such dishes as pickled tripe can get that put un to perfection. And the winue-1 worst he makes would tickle the palate of a king. Albert K. Walker and Cornelia Sweet, both residents of Parker Creek, Modoc county, were mariied at thu home of the bride's parents on October 21st. J. K. King, former resident of Modoc county, is now on trial in Marin county, Cal., for the murder of N. Ji. Church. King's defense is self defense. TO CURB A COI.U IN ONR DAY 'Jake Laxative Isromo iiiiiiiuo Tab lets, All dniKKiste refund the money if it fails to cure. K. W, Grove's sina ture in on each box, 25c. ;;-lyr mok xoia riSiiiiin RUSSELL ENGINES BOILERS SAW WILLS Hioli Grade I THRESHERS STACKERS it r.kliinerv RUSSELL & CO. PORTLAND, OREQOM. Vote d.r N.. s. l: 1.1, N and lo. F.i T. QUNTHER Watchmaker and Jeweler t V4v I -oca ted at Ahlstrom Uros & .Monogram jj. 4 All work in my line fully Y Guarantied Notice of Final Account. In I lie Mniii-r of the Kio- i.i ..... - ltr,rt, . e. H it : Snili i l.i r. li kim ii lion I l,w fll"'l my flnsl hi mi n. l in I n l rm. .f ,.( anl h-tiiti-. wnli Hi- I niinty i . rk nl l.k- miiuv, ir, cmi. m:i 1 1, nl ii,- Jinlifo l tie- riiiini) I ui.rt I.I .it. I ninny Im, art the IlinrlllK I her i.l lor Ti,. ..Ih , llu- li ilitv nl Jniiimry, Pol, m In o'l liiek M. iii. el ni iUy, nt lie- lulllilv Jlllj. ' utile.- i.l K il I oiiiil y, at Kllli'h lllne iili'l l ine, , i.l.j. . nliy lliere I,.-, run Im eff- reil Iii III,- nlliotplii ol .net lOikl Hi-i-otinl. 4 John Mi Kj iiinm y, AilmliiUlrnliir, I'nlieil srHi. I Mini IiMVi. hi lnkeview, lire irull.Oel Al, l'm. N.itlri. In herel.y Kl-.eii I!. ill llic IoI'iih I Hi; IIKImil Ki'lller hm llle.l III. lie., el lil liil.-tii.eii I ke IIiihI t. ..' Iii mi . i r t i.l ln elniiii, ni.il II, hi mill ,iiiifwiil I.i. niHile lii'fure lie Id itlsn r iihI Keeeher in I nbi vli u . iin-Kuii, mi m . :m, I'm, n: liWII, .Iiim,,, Jr II !: No '.'17h ler tin- luii. I, J, ;i, 4 hihI .'i. Sim.. 7. I'. :i'i , II j 1 1:, iIIhiiii'I ! in. r l.li mi. ' i ri-if mi. II,- 1,111,11'M llle fli! Uiv, llitf Willi 'KM H 111 prove hln eiiinlioioiiN ri 'liL iii e ii,i,ii ninl enlnvn lion nl Mild Iniel.vli: M . . j,lrd. uf IMii.li, I iri'Knii, Hurry l:li;i:. of I.Hkevn w, iir.-i'Lii, I im-. ol riimli, ori-Kuii, II. Mniinni:, i, riimli, nr. nun. 'ii. L'i.-i, K. M. IlKAIT.tlV, ltek'ln-r uniiF.il i.Ai Miriit:. I'lilii-d SHt,. i.hhiI (inir,,, I uk,' view. (Iri k'uii, w .ii'nii.i r i:m ,i nee im lu n liy kIvi ii il.ul 111 rolli,llllliee u Oil III.- prut l-lulil, ol I lie m l id I unur. ill Jiiiiii :t, IS7s, e ii i III, i , n hi ! fur I lie Hie ill 1 1 III In r iMll'lx III I he -Oil, a ol lull luriilit, nrenoii, Nnmii end mOilm-ioii T, r ritory,"Hn i-xi.n.l. ,1 iu ell the I'uhllc Im.d sihiis hy Nil el A iienm 4, lew, Jul, n A . Wit Ii er,of l"al iy, ruiiiity u I.Hke, wmus of OreKon Iihk llilx iIhv Hied Iii lln. i.llli e III. nuuril KlHle iiii-iiI, No. Z7s, fur IIim piiriiiH,- id the N's lit i, , i .... ,., ,.. , ... "i. :i'.i f"-i-i ion ..if. i.l, in low lltlllp.tl n., THIIKU Nu. 17 K slid will idler pruuf tu uliuw llml tint IhiuI miiislil in inure VHliislile lor H HinliiT or slime Hi ii ii fur HKriinliiirnl iiirpimea, hiiiI Iii I'MuIiIIhIi Ills claim IiikiiI.I IhicI lielure (lie i-k- Int.r ll.l Iteeelver of III III lifllee Hi Lnkeview. (ri'Kiiii.iui Kridny lln; .Hull dny of Sin emlii'r.lluO lie iihiim n h willleimii I.. A. Mum, ol I'mnlry, nri-iioii; P.M. ('urry, of I.ekevlew, Orexun ; J, l Mi l ormni k. of Lnkeview, OreKuli, nml rt. I', MokN, of l.nki'View, nrcicuii. Any h ml nil p, rom elnliiilnjt edvemely Dip nl.ov, .il.'Hcrll.i'il IntnlH ere n uienieil in llle tlielr I'IhIiiih In IhU ofllce oil or In lore mild riiuli Niivemlier, IWie. Hti 27-:ie K. M. IIKATTAIN, lleKlsler. TIMIIKM U!tll IVOTM K I'lilli'd Kliilim Lnml nfoi e, Lnkeview, Oregon, Hnplemlier 21, Notice is licreliy nl veil I linl in eoniplliiiii'i-w llh Hie provlMoiu, uf I lit- net id I oner. 'Mi of June II, 1H7", eiilllled "All net lor he -Hie ol IhiilHT IhIiiU III tllH Hlnten of I'nll fornln, Ori'si ii, Neuida uii't VVnnlilni!liiii 'ler riii,ry,"n extended to nil I lie I'ulille I. mid hliilen l,y net of Aiimist 4, InDJ, Ainiiii Hum, ol I'ninley, eieiniy id Luke, Mlnlu of Or. linn. I.iia lids dny III. d In I h In idtleu lier nwurii sihii' ineiil, Ni . !7ti, fur Hie iiiirelinHs of llm Ni:' ,of NK'4 of mil Ion No. li, In lowiii,liii No, III H., rnniie Nu. 17 K., end will offer proof to nliow Hint II, ! land hiiiikIiI In inorii vnlimldu for lln I I in l. r or Mime I Ii n ii for niirlciilliirni pui ihihi, and lu I'hIiiIiIihIi lier elniiii In snld luud lielorii (lie HikImii r mid lleeelver of tliln nllli enl Lnke view, Or'uoii, on hrldiiy, llin wnli dny of Nn vem lier, I'.SHJ. Slie iiuiiii'h nn witneiiH -n: lolni A. W Ilium, uf I'ulhli-v, iircKon; I', M. Curry, i, I Lnkeview, lre:oii: J K. Mel nriuni k, uf Lnke view, lln Kim, mid A. W. I llurlloli, uf Lnku V iew, nri'Knll. Any nml nil pemuun elnliuluK ndn in, l Hie nlii.ve-dehei ilied Iniids nru reipn Hied In file their eliiliiiH in IIiIh i ' m eo on or Oeforu Mil I ;iiiiIi iliiv of Noveiiilivr, I '"hi, Sip -.! fc. M. II It A TT A I N , llelHler. rnoi-i:nsionai r. H. MMITII. M. I. I.akevtrw, ir. rin r iio.il nir,i i.lb s. in. inji, n. mmiHly ilny er nielii. K. II. MMITII M It rkjrelelati mm4 eargr l-akrvlew. Or. orriCR UkntW liiui t'o'a. SUirn. Mr:ilH. 4.HKVU Alleraeya.ai-I.aw . jihrr.Or. orru r. .-hi iimtM. i,. r. oi Altera-? lw) likeler.,)rrga) r.rrnir-ieiy3iiiMijr , ii ii.iii nri.r-. Allurary-al-lw. Ukuflra, Or lif CK r - tni;iliiiiMln(. '. II WIT'UI t Allarary-Al-Iw, Aehlaait. Orri. Will ll.ml In nny rltil hmintM nntiuiiml la his. In in? ul ih niuntir nl Ui linl Judicial tiairM. w j nuiiiir. AI(ornr).a.Atr, nelary raelle UkfTlrw, Or orril'K -Istly ilultdinr HUM M J Mll.l.r'U (aunty Maaagrr far Ike vitvi ronrv. orncr. vi ni si. utu, o mi . i:. ii ii mnHY llerasr Trainer l-akrlrw, (Mrgea lH O V Itr.WORKMT ItrMllal l.akrlrw, Urrgea, OKKU K Pnly HiilMinc It II II tltOI.lt 4 l.tKU Itrlillnt fnlalry, 4rr(ea II V.. l(4ltr. Nnrvrjor ai!4'lvll Kuflurrr Kr-rveir lln l. l. .1, I'lnllliif ami ,il,h l,IHiK IIii.Ih. nml i,l,ir Inn.la amaili.td fur Iwrtiffl llviliu m n illvlnnrn l-akr-tlrw, llrrcaa. Slll.l.f Mil !4iM James Barry Hrudn wnli Swnllua f ork la rliflit rnr fur i-wi-n: rirnn for wetliem. Hoineewen Sipinrn ru and Sill In rliflit enr. Jnr limud III. limine, I'rnne I nk,-. 1'imiollire n, I, lii-nii. I nkevlrw . iiii i, Zac whitworth ::;:i;:;izz,:!i rlnlil fur ewi , rim rm- lur welher. 1 nr llrnud VY. KnlllO-. Kl.ll I'reek. I'lmlultipe niltlr.o Ijiki'Vl, w. (;i,'eiiii ClIK.Itllr M OTI4 41 r Nll.r, lJ ' 'atklfaW ntna a fNliLIt AMI H V Vllt'll KOK AN XKrl'. Ilun iii fureeluNiire. Intird mil uf the ( ireuit I mil I uf lln- Mini e ol II i run, lor llle l-iiuiitt of jke, on tlie 'HIi dn) uf I ii IuIh r. I'no. lu iu dl rei led nlld di llleri 'l. Ill n Mill W herein I'. 4i. I'hrlinnii. . plnlnlirf. reiini-nd Jiulfininl iiii.I H'li'.Ti'i' uf lur, elo. ore mid urder uf nnla ii I'll II. -I II . I-'. enl , Llnerf, He . l nlld f). M. i'l,n ,"l"u,,i. llu- Iiih ilny uf lietohi-r, lii, fur lh" mini ol Koiir II it ml red nud I went y. M'i'ii liolliim niul i he further i.in of Ni veiiiy lin' li.'l.iir.. n lurii, ' , i nml t lie further . .ni til I, 'ii dollHri., i'om and dlntitirHeiiieiiin, j on eon. in nieli -. I lu m il ihe lolluti lux ili nerllH il r III iropelt , Ii lulikl lu the nl."e llnlui'd lie- (. n.lmiu II I . llm, K iiiiii-in- M , .t i,u i, , ,-h . in Lnke eiiti tit v. nri'Koii, iu w It : 'I lu- west hnir ol lie' nou!lii-Hl iiinrli r, Nulille ct ii.mrl. r of i iiithweid i mirier niul all l hut I nri of t1,!- ni.ril.i n.l .iuirii r of tie- oi,ihwi nl i.iii ler. exeeiniirT ihe Iriul upon whleh Ihe low II i.l .-I Her I ill. e kit Hilled, 1 ; ,e Hurt a l..il.' of llle Mm In t ilunilir i.f nuiilhweiit ,iuiriiT, nil In n.-etiuii ih. niv Mu, Towimhiii I w ,'llt V I V 1 1 1 M'Ultli . rnliK'' loi'ltei'li -nkl Nni'H'K is IIU'KllV lilVKN, Hint on r'rlday. Siiveiiihi r Huh. !'"'. nl 'J uYloi'k y. 111. uf nm4 Iny, nl the Ii, ,ui mi. I 1 n-t Mile ul 1 he I 'mini y ' 0111 1 lliiiin. ul Lnke euiiiily, lir-'iimi. In lakr view . I will n II nil Ihe rig In, I llh niul Inierrm, w hleh Ihe mod d.-h iidnula 1, 11. 1 111 nud to ihp nhuve liiinlluli d Hlul ileum hell preiulmn (in llie It! dny ul rehriiiiry, Ihmi, or Unit llu y have Hlitee nnhl dnl" Hi'.iiirei iheielii or I heri'tu, nt 1, ul. lie .nle. fur null, tu the hie,,t and hem hldder llierefur, tu nn I lf y nnid jielKiiiein. deeree. i'okU mi l thecuKtnof luukhut tti la aulf. Imteil Ihm liith dny uf lielol.er, Iiiini. II IC. lit'M.AI', 4l ,'t Hherlff uf Lnke l onuty, uri'Kou. AltniINTItATIKM 14ITICK NIITICK IH IIL'HKIiY lilVKN, thai the Ululvr HlKiii'il hn h.'i ti, hy order id Ihe I uiuily l uiirl uf Lnke County, Or. n, duly liui.le nud enler ml uh UieiNdh dny uf Hi',leiiilier, UNO, npliolnt ed ediiilninirnlur uf the eninle ol N. I'. Tun niiieneit, di'eeuM'd. All in rKuiin hinliiK elallna nunliiat nnhl I'.tnle are reipilri'd lu preaenl Ihe naiim with proper veiiehera within kIi niontba from the dale of thin not lev, tu Ihe iinderaiRii ed lit llin residence, III Lnkeview, Lit k 11 l.otnity, Ori'KOli; nml all ,eron kiiuwiiiu IheinM l vrn In he liiilehti'd tu anld i hihIii w ill plennu tell and my llm mtniti lu mild ail ml 1, Imi niior. . . , . , A. K. TONMMiHKN, AdniinUtriilur uf thu Knlnii- ol N. I', lan- IlillKHI'll, llel'.'Hfll'd. Imted net. 41 Ii, HKI. an t. IIVI. Ill44tr'. I'lllted Hlaten Land (Ullee nt Lnkeview fir (leiiihi r il. Ijuu. Nuilce in In rehy kiviiii ihnl Ihe fulluwltiv limned aelllera limn III...1 i,ii.. ul their liilenlioil tu liinke llnnl plindln nniiiHirt uf their ilHltiin. nml that anid prool will he niadn hefuri! the Hi Klmer nml lleeelver HI Lnkeview, tiri'Kuu.oit lieeeiuherh, 1HKI, vli: .IIIIIN Ill'r" KhV, 11. K. Nu. -turn, fur the W U of NW'.;, UK'; of Nivki4 of NK', Hee. 'ih, 1 y !,H, M. II. 14 K Wllliiinellii Merldlini, tlriyun, lie iininiia I ho flillowillK W illli'Ni,en tu lirovn lila I'lilll 1 niliina renideiiee iiiioti and cull Iviilluii of nnid hind vi: '. M. I leliN, A. Lttuillii, I'lntiK lirovea W in. Muiiliuuirtry, nil ol Andrew., Orricoil. Vln: A Kl. LI'SIllN. II. K. Nu Km. I... 11... H', of Hl)i , Hee. -iM, N 1 , N K Heeltt, Tpim.H. K.IIft r. v litniiii'ile Merldliiii, III. eun. u niinien 111.' Iull,,,v Iiik u inii'nni-N tu lirhve hin eouliiin. nu renldeni e 111,1,11 nlld I'llllVHIhill ul nnlil In ml , i x : luhn iiuff, y, Krnii)V Oiuve. Ali r. m.i te, i , m. 1 lenm, nil 01 Amliiewa, (ir, von. .l ,,t 1. l 1,1 ,'l ? . , .1 , v . 1 .'i.unni i,i., iii'giNier.