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SALEM, OR., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1888.
OREGON FRUIT DRYER
Is Simple of Construction,
EASY OF OPERATION.
Awarded first premium nt the Oregon
State Fair l&SJ-'Sl-SS-'Sfl.'ST and at the Cali
fornia State Fair. 1887, and San Joaquin
County Fair, 1887.
Manufactured In slxlslzes. For circular
and prica list address
H. 8. JORY & SON,
P. O. Box 286, Salem. Oreeon
j-Dryer Furnaces furnished .tiro ;sires
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO,,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
-riXCHANUED FOU OREGON, WASH;
Jliington Tcr.or California real estate. For
tntormatlon address us at either of the fol
lowing etHces: Palestine, 111.; Kansas City,
SIo.; Salem, Or.j Portland, Or. Salem office
at Bellinger's machinery depot, near the
clly hall, Liberty street; Portland otllcoln
the rooms of the State Immigration Hoard,
corner of Front and Ash streets. 173tf
L. S. SKIFF & CO.,
Ofllco near t h;o
by the painless pro
The SALEM MARKET
OS COURT STREET.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
Fresh and SaltMeats !
And nil kinds ot
S AUS AGE.
y-The CLEANEST kept markct'intho
city. Call and see for yourself.
McCROW 4 WILLARD. ,
CITY MEAT MARKET
D, C, Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, SALEM, OREGON.
3-All kinds of fresh And cured meats
always on hand, full weight nndu square
deal all arlund.
cua nt i,noiu"
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troubled with Chronic Cfctanh for tw ty yeari a 7" hiving but Utile faith In lu
mended your California pAT-RrCURK- 5." fTi iSi cured of that dlscustlnx
who are iuflbrer."
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE ST.. SALEM, OR
SNELL HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Deoot
Proposals for Stationery.
OFFICEOF TIIKSKCKETAnY (ESTATE,!
Saucm, Or Sept. 27th, 188$. f
Scaled proposals will be received ot this
offleo until noon November 27th, 188S, to
furnish tho following articles for the state
50 reams legal cap, 11 ft, No. 8 ruling,
white laid, Carew, Charter Oak or Scotch
30 reams letter paper, 12 ft, No. 8 ruling,
white laid, Carew, Charter Oak or Scotch
SO reams flrst-class Congress note, 7 ft
packages, No. 8 ruling, whlto laid.
15 M rtv f,whltAfnvilntMi flllh V Im
xxx. ' ' ' "'
KL- 9 white envelopes, 00 lb, No. 1
12 gross railroad steel pens No HD.
15 gross Ulllott's steel pens, No. -KM.
3 gross Easterbrook "J" peus.
5 gross Fabcr's pan holders, No. 1878.
4 dozen Tower Manufacturing Co's. bar
ometer and brass backed Inkstands.
12 dozen Ivory folders, Inch, Standard.
3 dozen Ivory folders, 10 inch. Congress.
10 dozen mucilage cups, No. 8, Morgan's
1 dozen mucllnge stands, reservoir. No.
C, Morgan's patent.
. 3 reams Parker's treasury blotting paper.
140 ft, assorted colors.
2 gross No, 2 Eagle Recorder lead pencils,
4 dozen Arnold's writing fluid, quarts.
2 dozen David Sons writing fluid,
2 dozen Sanfords premium fluid, quarts.
15 dozen duplex cap board letter clips.
12 dozen Fabcr's rubber rulers, 14 Inch,
12 dozen steel erasers, Rogers', No. 18149, H.
3 dozen steel erasers, ltmrors'. Nn. 1X149 V.
20 boxes Fabcr's No. 300 rubber hnnilu n-
4 gross Faber's lead pencils, Nos. 2 and 3,
10 gross Faber's lead pencils, round, gilt,
6 dozen Faber's patent Ink and pencil
rubber erasers, small.
1000 McGIU's patent paper fasteners, No. 2.
1000 McQIU's patent paper fasteners, No. 4.
18 dozen gummed stub tiles, No. 21, 11x15
In., 2V) pages.
12 dozen table pads fo, paper, 19x21.
lu dozen waste paper baskets, cross bar.
20 fts hemp twine, No. 12.
At tho samo time separate bids will be
received for 12 dozen Wostenholm congress
knives to bo described by trndo Nos. Sam
ples to be exhibited.
Ulds should bo marked "Proposals for
Stationery." Nono but best quality of
The right to reject any or all bids Is re
served. All goods to bo delivered beforo January
1st, 1889. Payment to be made by warrant
on state treasury.
GEO. W. McHRIDE,
9-2S-td Secretary of State.
mm mime umsui
81,'iOO 100 acres, 6 miles from O t C de
pot. Good house, barn and
orchard. Fenced, and y. In cul
tivation. $2,000 80 ocres, 4 miles from Paleni.
Good road to town. Improe
ments fair. Flno fruit lund.
$5,490 Sa ucres '2M mltos from Salem.
No buildings. Splendid land,
all fenced. Make a desirable
$2,500. 00 acres 4 miles from Balem. Im
provements good. Fine young
orchard, and garden land.
$4,180 100 acres, 7 miles from Salem.
Hill lund, finely watered. Sell
in lots of 40-acre tracts nt $25 per
$10,800 (175 acres, 8 miles from Salem.
Excellent grnRs nnd fruit land,
adjoining Willamette river.
Will scllln tracts.
$1,375. 51acres,4 miles ofSalem. House,
barn and orchard. Large spring
nt the door. Good soil, and
plenty of timber.
$2,400.. UHncres, 5 miles of Salem: good
road; well Improved; (stream
running through tho place.
$00,00. 400 acres (4 miles wst sldo O A
O It R ) good bouse, barn and
orchard, 1J0 In cultivation, bal
nnco oak grub pasture land.
$S00 ...10 acres, 1 milo from Kalem, ad
Joining fair ground. Good land;
$1,200. 40 acres, 5 miles Salem; all In
cultivation; no buildings; near
school house. Excellent fruit
$1,000.. 370 acres, 6 miles from O dt C It It;
nil fenced; well watered. House,
bum, and small orchard; 150
acres In cultivation.
$2.750 3 lots, with good house and barn,
East Salem. Desirable location.
We have besides this a largo list o' city
and farm property. lJuyers would do well
to call and exnmino our holdings before
making their purchases.
WILLIS A CIIAM11ERLIN,
Opera House, Court St.,
9.26tf Salem, Or.
which gft, V'bfAly
'frutnt ioeSfof tha trfroat. ringing or
of the hearing, loss of imeu, memory ini
o,you bae the cauirrn., pom.
have all thew
SSrUS?SrrS. .. iuaran
bad taste and unpleatant breath, romiv.
kJ flilAPANTEED .y
Charlotte Corday, tho sad-faced,
tender-hearted peasant girl of Nor
mandy made great history by one
desperate act I
Sickened by the s tturnalia of the
French revolution, and moved to des
peration as Robospierro and Marat
were leading tho flower of France to
tho guillotine, she determined that
sho would put an end to Marat's
Marat had demanded two hundred
thousand victims for tho guillotine 1
flu proposed to kill off tho enemies
of the Revolution to make it per
No wonder it fired tho blood of this
patriotic peasant maid!
Gaining access to his closely
guarded quarters by a subterfuge, she
found him in his bath, oron then in
exorable and giving written directions
for further slaughter I
He asked her the names of the
inimical deputies who had taken
refuge in Caen. Bhe told him, and
he wrote thorn down. "That is well 1
Before a week is over thoy shall all
be brought to the guillotine."
At these words, Charlotte drew
from hor bosom the knife, and
plunged it with supernatural force up
to the hilt In the hoart of Marat.
"Come to me, my dear friend,
come to me," cried Marat, and ex
pired under the bio w I
In tho Corcoran gallery at "Wash
ington is a famous painting of Char
lotto, represented as behind tho prison
bars the day before her execution.
It is a thrilling, sad picture, full of
sorrow for her suffering country, and
of unconquerable hate for her coun
What a lesson in this tragic story 1
Two hundred, nay, five hundred
thousand neonlo would Marat have
sacrificed to liis unholy passion oL
Methods aro quito as murderous
and inexorablo as men, nnd thoy
number tholr victims by tho millions.
Tlio jingo of history is full of murders
by authority and by mistakon idoas I
In the practice of modicino alone how
many hundreds of millions havo boon
allowed I to dio and as many inoro
killed by unjustifiable bigotry and by
But the ago is bettoring. Men and
methods aro improving. A few years
ago it was worth one's professional
life to advise or permit tho use of a
proprietary modicino. To-day there
are not two physicians in any town
in this country who do not regularly
prescribe some form of proprietary
H. H. Warner, famed all over tho
worldjas the discoverer of "Warner's
safe cure, began hunting up tho old
remedies of tho Log Cabin days ; after
long and patient research he suc
ceeded in securing some of the most
valuable, among family records, and
called them "Warner's Log Cabin rem
edies tho simple preparations of
roots, leaves, balsams and herbs
which wero the successful standbys
of our grandmothers. These simple,
old-fashioned sarsaparilla, hops and
buchu, cough and consumption and
other remedies have struck a popu
lar chord and aro in extraordinary
demand all over the land. They nro
not the untried and imaginary rem
edies of some dabster chomist intent
on making monoy, but the long-sought
principles of the healing art which
for generations kept our ancestors in
perfect health, put forth for tho good
of humanity by one who is known
all over the world as a philantropist
a lover of his fellow man, whose
name is a guarantee of tho highest
standard of excellence.
Tho preparations aro of decided
and known influence over disease,
and as in the hands of our grand
mothers they raised up the sick,
cured the lame, and bound up the
wounds of death, so in their new
form but olden power as Log Cabin
remedies, they are sure to prove the
"healing of the nations."
Corday did the world an incalcu
lable service in ridding Franco ot the
bigoted and murderous Marat, just as
this man is doing humanity a senrico
bv ro-introducing to tho world the
simpler and better methods of our
A Sound URil OpfaUn.
E. llulnbriilge Muiulav Kitq.,
County Atty., Clay Co., Tex. Kays;
"Have used Eleotrle Bittern with
most happy result? My brother
also was very low with Malaria
Fever and Jaundice, but wiw cured
by the timely use of thlH medicine.
Am witlsfled Electrit Blttor.4 t-avod
his life "
Mr. D. I. Wllcoxsoii, of Hor
Cave, Ky., adds a llko testimony,
savins;: He positively believe lie
would havcdlod, liuil It not been
for Electrie Bittern.
This great remedy will ward off,
its well u cure all Malaria Diaeane.
and for all Kidney, Liver and
Stomach Disorder stand unwjualeil.
Price 60c. and II. ut Dr. II. .
Cranbrrkv Culturk. About
$00,000 ha thus far been expo"ll
on the cranberry marsh at the head
of the bay, and the yield Is Just
bostonlng to be a matter of now.
t. v.. .J;,t,ui !,. tiinmaru h. when
In full M, will produea C000
buthels a year. Cranberry ou lture
will be one of the live foduM
of the country before long. 1 acme
FACTS FOU THK KAUMEH.
Nick, Clk.vr Uuttek. Tlicro
should always bo milk enough
skimmed with tho cream to give tho
butter, when churned, n bright,
clear look. Butter churned from
cream with llttlo or no milk in It
will usually have an oily or a shiny
look. This shows that tho grain of
tho butter is injured, thus affecting
Its keeping qualities.
A Girl's Opinion. A young
lady who has been reading up ou
agriculture writes as follews: "I am
not a farmer's daughter nud I don't
wish to be. I prefer tho city to tho
country any day. I presume it is
nice enough in summer, but In win
ter I don't Imagine it to bo very
pleasant harvesting the winter
wheat and picking the winter
apples. I don't think any of you
couutry girls can deny that."
Pruning Orchards. Tho trees
should not be allowed to go as they
please. Keep them low, so that a
man on top of an eight-foot ladder
can pick all the fruit. Cut out the
top and center of tho tree so that
tho sun can get Into tho center of It.
This will cause young branches to
grow out all along tho body and
main branches of the tree, and these
when they are not expected to fruit
should be clipped oil within an inch
of tho stem. For every one of these
cut off' from two to six moro will
grow out. Thus you will have a
lino lot of fruit-bearing branches
all along the Inside of the treo. A
tree thus pruned can bear up all the
fruit that will grow on it; It will
lieSr more and tho fruit will bo of
tin) best quality. Heroin lies the
sccrot of giowing lino peaches.
Cark of Poultry. Tho coming
season Is one In which all farm ani
mals require special care and, most
of all, poultry call for more careful
attention. No other animals are ho
productive, as n hen will often lay
100 or 150 eggs lu a year, each one
of which will weigh two ounces or
more, thus yielding, lu solid matter,
nearly four times her own weight In
tho 12 months. At tho same rate of
product a cow would yield two tons
of cheese or butter in the year, and
this comparison shows conspicuously
tho relative superiority of tho modest
hen over tho moro valued cow.
Moreover, In addition to her con
tribution of eggs, she will rear u
brood of 10 or 12 chicks and caro for
them until they aro able to look
after themselves, whllo tho cow
rears but one duplicate of herself
yearly. If tho hen falls in doing
this It Is for want of her owner's
caro and through mismanagement
which diverts success from her own
well-meant and motherly care.
"Worth ofPotatoks. The potato
is the most nroductive crop grown,
If reckoned by tho amount of food
elements contained In It. That Is to
sav that It may bo mndo tho most
productive source of food, If full ad
vantage is taken or Its natural
nrocllvltv under a uenerous culture.
AVo do not by any means rate this
plant at Ite true value, for one reason
among others that It Is considered
only as a human food nnd of no
account for feeding farm animals.
And yet It Is a cheaper and bettor
food for all kinds of domestic anl
muls than any other grown. Al!
farm animals oat theno tuliem with
avidity, and while they are some
what objectionable in a raw state
because of the large quantity of In
dlirestlblo starch they contain, yet
when cooked they are entirely free
and are quite agreoablo even to
horsoH, the most particular of all
our farm animals In respect of lu
choice of food. It Is a contly crop to
grow under disadvantageous circum
stances, but with all tho modern
labor-saving appliances, as planters
auddlgsrers, with rich soil and good
culture it Isonoof the most proll table.
It will yield 800 bushels per acre
under average good management,
and has leen mndo to produce over
1,000 bushels by tho most skillful
methods, Ineludiug an abundance
of suoh food as It delights lu.
Palnlewi dental operations at Dr.
T. C Smith's, 02 8Ute street
Important Events or the Whole World
for Twenty-four Hours.
The Field or Polltirs Another Acci
dent Railroad Humors
Chicago, Oct. 25. Tho will of
tho late John "Wcntworth, admitted
to probatcthls morning, shows that
tho deceased left an estate valued at
Nkw York, Oct. 25. Blalno will
make this city his headquarters un
til after the election, meantime
speaking in neighboring states.
To-night ho speaks at the Irish
American meeting hero.
Bloomincitok, Ills.,Oot. 25. This
morning two frleght trains on the
Chicago fc Alton road collided near
Delavan, killing Charles Damn, llrc
inan, of this city, and seriously lu-
jurlng several others.
Now York Street Car Tlo.Up,
Nkw York, Oct, 25. District As
sembly No. 75 at luldulght ordered
tho tie-up of all lines operated by
tho Cross Town Itallroad Company
of Brooklyn. Tho trouble Is about
the discharge of certain employes
by the superintendent.
AVallt Kntrauen to Chicago.
Ciiicaoo, Oct. 25. A report that
the Cauadlan Paclllc and Northern
Pacific aro seeking to obtain termin
al facilities here, under cover of a
franchise to bo grunted for elevated
roads to ostensibly local companies,
Is receiving some attention.
Tim California Campiilgii.
San Francisco, Oct. 25. Thomas
B. Heed, tho noted statesman and
member of congresH from tho First
Maine district, arrived in this city
this morning. Mr. Heed visits this
stato for the purposo of making a
few tariff speeches in thq, principal
Republican Pay thu Itmuml.
Nkw York, Oct. 25. Tho Nation
al Republican Committee to-dav
paid John Broderlck f.2000 for caus
ing the arrest and conviction of
George "Wonlen, who falsely regis
tered. &M.00Q still remains of tho
sum set apart for the prevention of
Oregon Clly Point".
Orixion City, Oct. 20. Newman,
tho man who fell from tho brldgo
at this place some days since, passed
his worst night last night. Ho has
been unconscious since the fall, and
Is not expected to live.
Shelby Murriy, who was stabbed
by Louis Hamilton last week, Is im
proving rapidly, and will soon bo
able to lie around again.
It Will Kuclmln.
"Washinoton, Oct. 25. Acting
Secretary of tho Treasury Thomjwon
stated to-day that no matter how
many pretexts wero raised to allow
Chinese laborers to get Into this
couutry bis department would en
deavor to carry out the exclusion
act to Its strident requirements. He
also oxprcm-d satisfaction that the
Tacoma courts had sustained the
detriment's decision yesterday.
Colltet Holt DlainUatid.
Aliiany, Or., Oct. 20. Tho caso
of J. J. Whitney against I). II. N.
Blackburn, contesting tho election
for county Judgo, was yesterday dis
missed on the motion of Judgo
Blackburn, on tho grounds of the
Illegality of tho notice of contest.
The court held that no grounds for
a contest were stated lu the notice,
no sjieclflc allegations as to any Ille
gal votes apjiearlng.
Yesterday the uraud Jury returned
a true bill against H. P. McGuIre
and Chas. K. Potter, libel published
lu the Oregon Hlftlng.
A mail pouch which left Boston'
Tuesday, arrived lu Chicago lost
evening overthe 51 lohlgau Southern
road, rsbbed of all tho registered
mutter. Tho supposition is that a
Urge amount of money was obtain-
J ed by the thief.
The Yellow Voter.
Jacksonville Oct. 25. Advices
from Enterprise report that yellow
fever has been there all Summer,
there having been from sixteen to
twenty cases and three or four
deaths, tho latest ono being last Sat
urday. Orange county has quaran
tined against Enterprise and mount
ed gaurdmen patrol nil avenues of
entrance. Tho two resident doctors
aro both down with fever.
Tho Now Coo Stoamrr.
San Francisco, Oct. 25. It is
probablo tho Ajax, tho flno now
steamer of tho Oregon Coal ife Navi
gation Company, will make her trial
trip Saturday. Sho was trying her
engines to-day, and thoy work re
markably well. Sho has a capacity
of 800 tons of coal nnd will bo used
In tho Coos bay trade oxoluslvely.
There Is accommodation for forty
two passengers twenty-four cabin
nnd eighteen steerage. Capt. Holt,
formerly master of tho steamer
Argo, will havo command.
Mitchell nt Wnnlitnijtoii.
Washington, Oct. 25. Senator
Mitchell, of Oregon, and Senator
Morgan, of Alabama, aro the only
two senators remaining in tho city,
Mitchell had Intended to tako an
active part in thu Oregon campaign,
but ho is kept In tho East by alarm
ing reports of the illness of Mrs.
Mitchell, who Is now lu' Paris. Ho
is awaiting advices by mall from
abroad lo decide whether ho will re
turn to Oregon In time to vote, or
will go to tho bedsldo of his sick
wife, in any event he will not bo
able to make republican speeches In
Orec"" linpi" '""' Company.
San Francisco, Oct. 25. The
Oregon Development Company re
cently made application to thu har
bor commissioners for moro dockage
space, its present quarters being in
sulllclent for Its Increasing business.
Tho company desired quartern at
Harrison street, hut tho commission
ers wero unable to glvo them per
mission to occupy that wharf at
present. New sheds, directly south
of thu one now occupied, have been
granted for their steamers to dis
charge at, and a new wharf u III bo
built south of Harrison street, for
tho solo use of tho Oregon Improve
ment Company, In the near future.
The Canadian R. II. Trouble.
Winnipeg, Oct. 25 Justice Tay
lor's decisions dissolving the Injunc
tion to restrain tho Red River Val
ley Railroad from crossing thu Can
adian Paclllc has sent a thrill of ox
cltmout throughout the whole prov
ince. Thu railroad company has
500 men at the crossing this morn
ing, and has barricaded Its truck
with an Immense fence amt two
Hepuhlliuiii III I.uck.
Indianapolis, Oct. 25. Tito Re
publicans aru favored with 11 no Hum
mer weather for tholr labor day cel
ebration. The morning trains
brought visitors and delegations In
large numbers from the surrounding
counties. Thlsafteriioou tho la re go
parade was viewed from tho balcony
of the hotel by Gen. Harruon and
Senators Blair, BjiooneruiMl McKln
ley. Yellow Jaok In New York,
Nkw York, 25. Captain John
Jollard, of the tramp steamer Cor
nose, lylngatMartln'sStores, Brook
lyn, has died of what Is believed to
havo been yellow fever at St. John's
Hospital. The vessel hits been or
dered to leave jiort.
J. A. Swaun, late treasurer of
Kiioxvllle county, Teun., Is short
125,000. Ho Is some where In thu
Jem Smith, a pugilist, Mas ar
raigned lu thu London pollco court
yesterday, charged with drunken
ncsH, rowdyism and using obscene
Hall Mc A lister, a well-known
lawyer of San Francisco who Is
now In Now York, Is suffering from
porotysls of the brain and that no
hopes of his recovery aro entertain
ed. His medical advisers say that
his death may occur at any moment.