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Cure nil liver Ills, bilious- I I
ness, headache, sour stora- f3 all
nch, Indigestion, constlpa- III 3l
tlon. They act easily, with- w
cut pain or gripe. Sold brail druggists. H cents.
Tlie only 1111 to Uke with Hood's Sarmparllla.
lie mores the
Caused by a
J CELEBRATED 0
b .STOMACH .
UNION PARTY PLATFORM
Adopted at Albany, Otegon, June a
We demand ibo fiee and unlimited coin
nijj of golJ and sliver at ilic ratio if 16 to
in Icprndt-nt oflhe action ofnny oilier nati n
That the ovetntient shall issue nil money
williout the intervention of bunks, and in
I'l nlily adcquJlc to the needs of t1 e people,
hat all money issued by the uovernment,
h r ilier gold, silver or piper, shall tie legsl
tciitlcr for all de ts, public or private,
' hat no contract or law shall descriminate
ng mm any kind o' money issued by the gov-einm-nt.
Wo art opposed In tlie Issue of Uuited States
m cic-st-bearing bonds in time of peace.
We Uenvnu tlie retleniption ol Uregrn from
tirig, commissions and corrupt method.', and
d it and honest elections and election laws,
i iclj'llii;; Mringent registration laws.
We 1 tr.anii that the people hill have th
veto pi vei 1 er all legislative n.ic ments b
the use of the referendum.
We dtmand 'hscltciion ol all offi.-crs by a
direct vote of the people.
We f-ivnr am) a Ivi c that a'l nominations
for municipal and county offi.cis, including
nemhers of the legislature, shall b made b)
We iccommLtid that tlm party shall be
know 1 as th Union party, and invite all re
f jrm forces of the state to unite with uj in
realizing these principled by uni'ed tffjtts
end we pledge ounelves to unite with such
reform forces in carrying out this bond of
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
ns mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering It
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used excepton
prescriptions from reputable pliybci
ans, as the damage they will do Is ten
fold to the good you can possibly de
rive from them, Hall's Catarrh Cure
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, O .contains no mercury, and
t taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh
' Cure be tire you get the gennuine. It
Is taken Internally, and made In To
ledo, O , by F. J. Cheney & Co., Tes
Sold by all Druwlsts, price 75c. per
Cheap Railroad Rates.
The low rate of one faro for round
trip will be given by the Southern
jxiiciuu uuiu any puinu 1111 until nuw
mi oregon, to enable an to auena.
The people's stae institution ror cue
lltnproycment of agriculture and the
' niecuanicai ana nouseuoia arts, itep-
' resented in district departments, ana
divisions for the intelllgentexbibltlon
of the various types of horses, cattle,
sheep, swine, and poultry, and many
i classes of machinery and implements,
manufactures, ana mercnanaise, mu
sical instruments, domestic manu
facture, women's work, science ana
art. The people of the state are
especially invited to participate. Let
us demonstrate the capabilities of
Oregon and Oregon people. One fare
for the round trip, popular aamission
of 25 cents. tf
A plan la on foot In Pendleton to
raise $10,000, to be invested In build-
' lng a first-class racetrack.
Heart Trouble Quickly Cured.
A OonrlBclBtr Teatlmoalal.
Miss eixa Kurtz.
"For 19 years I suffered fiom heart toorj
tble. During that time I was treated Dy
1 flvq different physicians. All of them
i claimed that I could not be cured. I was
'. greatly troubled with shortness of breath,
palpitation and pain In tho side. If I be
came excited, or exerted myself in the least,
the rjain In my side became very severe. At
times It seemed as though netdlet were thoot
' tno throuah tnu tide, Somotlmo In the month
of November last, I commenced taking
DR. WILES' HEART CURE
and since then I have Improved steadily.
I can now sleep on my left side, something I
had nover been able to do before, I can
walk without being fatigued, and am In
much Utter health than ever before, I would
recommend all sufferers from heart trouble
to try pr. Miles' Invaluable remedy without
delay " MIS3 ELLA. KUBTZ,
518 Wright St., Milwaukee. Wis.
Dr. Miles Ileart Cure Is sold on a positm
ruarantco that the first bottle will "benefit.
All drairelsts call ltn.ttl. A bottles for 13. Or
iy C J S
E, it wilt be sent, pronald, on receipt of price
t? by the Dr. uSea Mod leal Co.. Elkhart, Ind.
Dr. Miles' Ileart Cure
Tlicro wasn't a
In the numerous
escort clven Con-
pressmen Tongue and Hooker as Ihey
went oh that weary yoyage down the
Willamette at a low sunimei stage.
But then the follows who traded off
Blngcr Hermann (because he had
votea lor iree coinage zu to l) ror an
unknown national banker and rail
road attorney, so that Oregon lost her
representative on the Hirer and Har
bors appropriation committee, had to
go through the motions and irenti flex
ions. Anyone holding a ticket in the
Myers bicycle lottery had a right to
expect to win except Neal.
A little girl who had told a He was
escorted to her bedroom by her mother
and told to ask God to forglre her for
This Is what the listening mother
"Oh, God, I thought you could take
ajokei" New York Life.
Moral and religious pcple arc here
after going to draw the line on any
Salem merchant who conducts a bicy
cle lottery and then cheats the holder
of the winning ticket out of his prize.
"Do you belong to the bridal party?"
asked the hotel clerk.
"No; I'm only the groom."
Salem peanut politicians arc raging
like Nubian lions over the impending
distribution of federal unices', while
the possibility of Corbctt's appoint
ment hangs over their heads like the
sword of Damocles.
Mr. Geer, who has done the heaviest
lying for the Republicans in the past
two campaigns may get to be a gauger,
weigher or 6onietLIng of that6ort,
but collector ? Keren
Undertakers will appreciate this if
they cannot tell It to their costomers:
A poor man lay dying, and hlsigood
wife was tending him with homely
but affectionate care. "Don't you
think you could eat a bit of some
thing, John? Now what can I get
With "a wan smile, lie answered,
"Well, 1 seem to smell a liatu a
cooking somewhercs; I think I could
do with a little bit of that."
'Oh, no, John, dear," she answered,
promptly, "you can't haye that.
That's for the funeral."
following paragraph Is respectfully
referred to the careful student of a
local i roduct:
The self-made man was speaking,
ne said: "My father was a raiser of
Iiol's. There was a large family of
us" and then his voice was drowned
by the applause.
Of course, barring an act of God,
Senator Patterson is to bo collector of
tho Port of Portland and Tall Timo
thy Geer must take a back seat on tlie
Salem saw a great deal of the Y. P
S. C. E. excursionists and will appreci
ate this current press joke:
It Is not necessary to repeat his re.
marks. When his wife heard them
imperfectly, being in the next room,
she said: "Oh, do say that over again,
dear." "Look here, woman," he re
plied, in a concentrated voice, "when
a man gets his linger caught between
a sprocket and a chain, It Is no time
for his wife to get funny." "Oh I"
said she; "was that it ? I thought
you were repeating one of those Chris
tian Endeavor 'veils.' "
The best advertised firm In this city
are Meyers & Sons. But the next
time they conduct a bicycle lottery
they ought to put on tho lottery tick
ets that only those present at the
drawing can hold a winning ticket.
As their tickets read anyone holding
a.tlcket had a right to expect to win.
"Why does that piano sound first
high and then low when MUs Wilson
"Well, you see, 3lie Is learning to
ride a wheel, and uses both pedals
from force of habit."
What has become of Dr. ICeene?
Is he on the list of Congressman
Tongue's family appointments?
Gov. Lord's moral character Is well
fixed, by forty years life among the
people of Oregon. He cannot be In
jured In his standing among his neigh
bors and his frelnds by a newspaper
that Is for sale to any bidder, proyid
lng he bids high enough and keeps
it up. Whatever he drinks, It has
the effect to keep the Statesman
snout out of the swIU and' the public
John P. McManus at the helm of
the Pendleton Republican larcdliot
""they Win Again. The Opera
nouse baseball nine again demon
strated Us superiority on the diamond
over the Steam Laundry nine when It
defeated tho latter team with a score
of 18 to 17. Quite a number witnessed
the game which proved highly Interesting.
San Francisco, Aur. 28. News
lias been received here that tlie hull
! of l" bark Matilda, wrecked on the
.Washington coast a week ago, has
gone adrift, and Is in the path of
steamers thai ply between Ptiget
sound and Alaskan ports. She In only
a trifle aboyo tho water, and cannot
well be fcen at night. The next
steamer to pass on the course Is the
Portland, which Is bringing the Klon
dike passengers and gold from St.
Low Excursion Rates.
The Southern Paclllc will make a
one-fare rate from all points on their
lines In Oregon to tho Oregon state
fair which opens Seplembes 30 and
October 8. A big harvest and a big
fair. A clean, vlgoriotis, dellghlfyl
and comprehensive exposition of
everything pertaining to the farm
and tanner. Good races and amuse
ments of all kinds. Special attrac
tion every day.
With the present cop prospects and
the extremely low railroad of one faje
for the round trip, the people of Ore
gon can afford to patronize astate fair
that benefit all classes. Popular ad
mission of 2.1 cents.
i ii OS
- -iF mrr
Oreatly Reduced Rates.
Why not attend the state fair when
you can buy a ticket for one fare,
round trip, from any point on tho
Southern Pacific, lines In Oregon.
The Oregon state fair and Industrial
exposition will present unusually Uno
exhibits and attractions In addition
to the numerous track features, and
exciting running races, with Del Norte
to lower his record of 2-08 for a purse
of $2p0. Arrangements arc being
made for the introduction of many
new attractions to Interest and please
all who attend.
Visitors may prepare to be royally
entertained. One fare for the rouud
trip, and popularadmlssion of 25 cents.
feed Drops "Muchly."
Bran and Shorts are cucaper (than
corn. Price of mill feed greatly re
duced. Call at the njjll for quotations.
Dellve.-cd, free 'n ton lots.
Salem Flouring Mills Co.
Kxcursion Rates Every Day.
The Southern Pad He now offers fur
sale round trip tickets from Salem to
Newport, good until Oct. 1, for the
price of $4 50. Call on the Salem
agent for same,
tf W. W ijxx:):.
For Home first.
The loyal peoplo of Oregon ate
alwajs for home llrst.. This was
proven by the fact that tho arrival of
Tillamook cream cheeso was hrst mi
nounced in this paper Friday evening.
saturaay city customers cat ca at
Snnnemann's State street grocery for
more than 100 pounds, it Is put up
in luuiuy sizes uu iu ueuia u puuuu,
A Good Thing- -Is always anpreel
atcd. That accounts for tho Im
mense crowds that visit Strong's res
taurant daily. The meals served
there enjoy a world-wide reputation.
The Chixcoot Pass And other
dangererous passes to be experienced
when ca route to Klondike are alto
gether different from the roads that
lead to Branson & Co's. grocery,
where the finest grade of goods Is al
ways kept In stock.
Cash for Prunes.
Farmers, call at our olllco lu tho old
Gray block, State street, and get our
cash prices for prunes.
Oregon Land Co.
Salem, Aug. 28. d&w-tf
A force of men is employed on tho
McKlnzle road repairing it.
A sick woman can
not expect to have a
liealthy baby. An un
healthy baby has not
the fcamc chancq for
living as a liraUhy
baby. The mother's
condition must of
necessity tell on the
child's health and
happiness. The laws of heredity arc liiflvx
ible. The ihother's weakness will fur:lj
show in sonic way in her child. A mother
can make her child's life happy and success.
ful, or miserable and a failure. She can (lu
it by making; and keeping herself perfectly
strong and healtbyduring the period oIjh a
tation. She can do this by taking Doctci
Pierce's Farorite Prescription. It Is h ji.nst
wonderful cure for all forms of female wcuk
ness and disease, and perhaps its jrreaurt
usefulness is in preparing for the trials u..
dangers of child-birth. It is a strength u
jug, purifying tonic. It acts directly on tbi
organs distinctly feminine, drives out all In
purities, promotes regularity and rcsti i
hearty, vigorous health. It will positivklj
cure any fonn of female weakness or illse-iKc '
It is the preparation of a rceular, medir
practitioner, whose great success as a r,.
dallst in (he treatment of diseases of wo.ru .:
has made liim famous Jill over the wo,-','
Dr. Pierce is now, and has been for Hir,
rears, chief consulting physician h U'
nvalids' Hotel and Surgical Iitttitutc, I
Buffalo, N. Y.
Complete Information abont the " Favorite Vtf
seriptlon " U to be found In Dr Three's "Cc i
mon Sense Medical Adviser," several chapter cJ
which are devoted to the reproductive physioWv
of women. A liandsomevolume pf pa rs. a
over too illustration. It pontelo more exact u
formation about the human body in health i1
disease than any pther medical book. Hundrwi
of urul,liipU receipts forth cureof many )ii'
menu that come to every family. Its stalemciru
are to be absolutely relied upon, and if v,t'tt,"$
wiU save Busy doctor's bilb A new edltUjii or
half a million copies of this book is now being
distributed free, bound in strong paper eoers.
Any one may have a copy who wilt send ai cents
in one-cent stamp, to pay cut of maUiiig vly.
to WU'i anmiry M4Ical AsocUtiou.;Duf
fltlo, H. Y, CK? e001 ""' Is Jl ceiiu,
E. m. ROWLEY,
227 Commercial street, Salem,
I am still on dock with a flne,assortinent of crockery, glassware nnd China
ware to bo sold at "same price"' tho next 20 days. Also have Just received
fifty toilet sets of the finest patterns that -ever came to Salem. Call and be
Yellow corn meal 10 lh sk
White do do
Either white or yellow 25 lb sk.
Seminole, 10 lb sack
Graham, 10 lb sack
Grano, V pk
Kollcd Oats, "Cream" Y lb....
do second do ...
Whole wheat flour 25 lbs
Six brands, Y sack $1 to
B&rSubjcct to change In price.
Pooster2 lb can
do 1 lb can
Preferred stock, none better 2 lb
do do 1 lb
Salmon, 1 lb
do American do
do do Per dozen
Corned beef 2 lb can
Deviled Ham V can
Nice and fresh Oregon 1 lb comb
IlahljeUV, V c.ijti
Salem, pure leaf, Ircsh fi lh pall.
Union bzand 5 lb pall
do 10 Mi. pail
SMOKED , MEAT.
Salem Hams, sugar cuied
Side Bacon do
Plain or mixed, V bottle
By keg, 5 gal
New Goods, In bulk Y gal
Arm and Hammer, Y pkg
Arm - id Hammer, In bulk, 0 lbs
V Cake 10c: 3 for
K. S. V. P., 5 lb pkg 20
Liverpool, 50 lbs 50
Liverpool, lOOlbs 00
Higglns Dairy, 50 lbs 75
Half ground 50 lbs.
do 100 lbs
20 oz. Savon
Savon, V 20 bar box 50
Best borax Y cake v.....
Ivory, 3bars ,
Lennox c; 3 for '.
Pepper, white V lb 25
Pepper, fine shot, V lb ,'... 20
Allspice, P lb 20
CIqysh, Y lb ,., . 25
Nutmegs, V lb 75
Several kind, V Pki... , . .', 10
Drips, 1 gal cans CO
do 2 gal keg 75
Bulk, gal CO
A good, pure syrup for buck- ' .
wheat caks, y can ." . .,,1 .00
We carry us good teas as grow, all
kinds and grades.
Youngnyson V V f0
do do 25
For sab by D.
J. G, "Wright,
Best Gunpowder 50
A good uncolorcd Japan 30
English Brcakrast ' 25cM0
Best, cider V gal 20J0
Best ;wlno 2040
Gold Dust, 3 lb pkg 20
Battle Ax, plug 25
Si) w Log, 32 oz plug 00
Spear Head, plug '40'
Climax, plug 40
Smoking V pkg 510
No. 1 best 40
No. 2 .v. 30
3 doz for ,.. 5c
Nol, V pkg 5
Gal. Jars with covers 20
2 gal. Jars with covers 40
1 3 gal. Jurs with covers 50
Washing, pints 10c: Y doz 8 1 00
Frazer's, wood box, 10c; Y doz.. 9 1 05
O. Ss ii., tin box, 10c; V 'do? ... 1 20
Price's Cream, 8 oz ,. ... 15
Price's Cream, 10 oz , 30
Royal, 8 oz., 25
Royal, 10 oz 45
K. C 25 oz 25
Pioneer, 8 oz 25
Yankee, 8 oz. 25
do 5 lbs $ I 50
Glassware given with tho Yankee.
Haye advanced, Clondyko wants
Small white, V lb 2
Van Camp's, best made, pts,,.. 25
Old Homesteads 25
Tomatoes 3 cans 20
Corn, 3 cans 25
Beans, 3 cans 25
VanCarap baked beans.. 10,1520o
Peaches, evaporated , 8
do do Or
Prunes, Italian V
Raislus, seedless ,
Y lb. lb
Costa Rica 20
Rio, -best 2.0
Java, old gov 27
Blended Mocha und Java, V lb
do do 10 lbs. .
Aline roast Y lh
Arbuckle V pk.
Soda Cartoons, 3 lbs. ,
Ginger snaps and cookies
Lemon, 2 oz......
Dr. PrJco's lemon, 2 oz
do vanilla, 2 oz
By uslsis; Mr. ewa)
1VLU 1 U1VL.L This vronilei ful reuiedv
xeuew flerr artiM.
Kuaratec4 to cure all nervous diseases, sush as Weak Memory, LoM of
train rower. Headache. WakciuIness,Lost Manhood, Kfjfbtly Kmls
slons.Nenroaeness.all drains, loss of power in Generative Organs of
cither sex, caused by over-exertion, youthful errors, exrtvslvc use of
tobacco, opium or stimulants, which lead to Infirmity, C01 jruptkm or
Insanity. Can be carried in Test pocket. 1 .00 per box, 6 1, tj,byiusil
prepaid. Circular Free. Sold by all druggists. Askfortt;t ' unoothtr
Mauufactured by the Peau Medicine Co., I'srU', I'rauce. 1 aueDavlt
Urug Co., distrlbutiDgageiits. Third and Yamhill fit., J Und, Or.
J. FRY. Salfn.
TO THE EAST GIVES 1HE CHOICfc
Via Spokane Minneapolis t Paul and lien
vpr Omaha and Kansas City. Low rates to
For full details call onjor address
BOISE & BARKF.R
nirents. Salem. Orecon.
I OCEAN DIVISION.
Portland - San Francisco.
' Steamers leave Aimworth deck. Poitlan
July 26, 31, August 5, to, 13. 20. 25, 30.
1 Fare Cabin, $5; steerage, 2.co
WILLAMETIE RIVER DIVISION.
Ruth for Portland, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday at 7.-15 a, m. Steamer Gypsy
lrates Monday. Wednesday and Friday tat 7
a m. Returning leaves Ash street dock,
Portland, daily except Sunday, at .6 a, m.
Passengers given transfers to elo.tnc line
at Oregon City if desired, making It poible
to reach Portland at I p. m.
Round trlr tickets to all points
In Oregon, Washington, California or the
East. Connections mado at Portland v. ill
nil riil, ocean ard river lines, Call on G. M
Powers agent, foot Trade meet,
- ' A L. MOKLER,
Vicc-Prcs. and Managet
W. II. IIURUIURT.
Gen'l Pas, Agt. Portland, Oi
For full delays call on or address
G. M. POWERS.
Foot of Trade st. Local Agent.
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Co
EXPRESS TRAINS RUN DAILY,
. ,'il'ortland. ..Ar
San Francisco Lv
9:30 A M
8;jo p m Lv,
745 a m ) Ar.
Above trains stop at all principal stationr
bet. Portland and Salem, Turner, Marion.
Jeflerson, Albany, Tangent, Shodds, Ilalsey,
Harrisburg, Junction City, Eugene, Creswcfl
Cottage Grove, Drain, Oakland, and all sta.
tlons from Roseburg to Athland, inclusive.
ROSEBURG MAIL, , DAILY,
8.30 AMI Lv. . ,
Lv ! 2 oo.T M
Pullman buffet sleeper and second-class
sleeping cars attached to all through tral ns
WEST StoE DIVISION.
BKTWEKN rORTi-lND AND COKVALLIS.
Mail tlaiiis dally except Sunday.
730 A M
1315 P M
At Albany and" Corvallis connect with
trains of the O. C. & E. Ry.
BXrRESS TRAIN DlttY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
450 P M I Lv . . .Portland. . . .Ar
730 PM) Lr. , . .McMinnville Lv
I 0725 A M
Direct connections at San Francisco with
Occidental aud Oriental and Pacific mall
steamship lines for JAPAN AND CHINA.
Sailinc dates on application
Rates and tickets to Eastern points and t
uuruue. nun iai;ih, vmnv, uuiw
LULU and AUSTRALLIA, can be obtained
from W. W. SKINNER, Ticket Agent,
It. KOEOLER, Manager.
C. II. MARKIIAM, G. F, &P. A. Portland.
Pullman Sleeping Cars
Elegant Dinln Cars
Tourist Slouoino- Cart
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, rarg
'irand Forks, (,'rookston, Winnineg,
Helena and Butte,
To Chioaw, Washington, Philadelphia, Nv
York. Boston, and all Point
East and South
i'oi information, time cants, maps aid
ticket, call on or viitu
265 Commercial meet, Salem, Or
A. D. Charlton, Asst. den'l, I'm A;ent
Morrison street coiner Ihinl Pnftkrd, O
EV.ADE ME A MAN
AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CORZ
A t-J fiervout iitauxi&nne stss
orr. TmpoUpey.BlMalwiasn, etc. cwuad
It Abtu and ollisr Tlcimi ana JdjIU-
cretlom, XAsp wmb mtd turmtu
itUin Loat VlU.lM r In ol or jomc. ul
a Urn. Tliel
ud c8U C
m bSTins tti
1 nrlttca sua
p t man for stndr, bosuum or awnta.
l'wsnt losanltr saa OommHu U
taken in Urn. Th
toont aud c8cU OUiUB whtre. all oUawa Ski. Ii
tiM thow IrrTMMlst tMinraTi
trill catm soul.
Ut upon bSTinff tea genatcq Alas TsMjrt. Tkr
hara eared thousand nd will car M. W Mv
KNtltira wrlttca iru&rutbe to ajNct a ear In
er rctaud tb monr. rrfo o ont
Iscackacetirull traatmantl lor M
Hull truunanii lor wm,
For sale at Salem. Of. bv D. J. FRY.
to. OS m i-nn Wfft.f.il
rsmsdjr for Uhau,ham.
I VLltos, uonatural dl.
I ebarges, or ar InSamma.
4lnn. lrritllnri nr nlc...
frr.T.au wusa iiua ut m aeons miu.
lTHttJWJCHlilCfl. ITIK. xion-aringBi
-or seas lu plain w
IT irrtas. rrapsj
. - . .
MM, or S UUl,
' f v.
Healthy You must undoubtedly
keep up a good circttv
eolation, It is the
mainspring of life.
Among the masses is
phenomenal, and' er
cry one who is capable
of judging declares thai
Is perfectly health,
and capable of bring'
ing the very largest re
turns to those wide
awake people. who paty
r onizc its columns,
Is the homes of the
people The people
read it The pe pk
support it, The 'peo
pie defend it aodf it
defends the people.
unless you reach them
with your advertisinf.
Space in the Ertu&g
Journal is the ooly
means of doing Chat
covers not ottty Salsm
but is general ail ovsr
the state Every triaJ
made will cotmace