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SALEM, OR., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1SSS.
OREGON FRUIT DRYER
Is' Simple of Construction,
EASY OK OPERATION.
Awarded first premium at the Oregon
State Fair 18AV-84-8-'8.J.'87 and at the Call
fornla State Pair, 1887, nnd San Joaquin
County Fair, 1887.
Manufactured In slxlslzcs. For circular
and price list addict
H. S. JORY & SON,
P. O. Box 280. Salam, Oregon
JCff-Dryer Furnaces Airnlshed Ave sizes
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO.,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
-IJIXCHANUED FOR OUKOON, WASH;
JlflnEtonTer. or California real estate. For
luiormuUon address us at either of the fol
lowing effices: Palestine, 111.; Kansas City,
Mo.; Salem, Or.; Portland, Or. Salem office
nt Bellingers machinery depot, near the
clly hall, Liberty street; Portland olllcoin
the rooms of the State Immlgiatlon Board,
corner of Front und Ash streets. 173tf
L. S. SKIFF- & CO.,
Office near the
Opera House.; ..v
by the painless pro
The SALEM MARKET
IB COURT STRF.KT.
Constantly on hand the best quality of
Frcsli and ;Sats !
Ui'd all, kinds of
s &.'$&& a;gb.
jJS-Tbc, CLKANEST kept raarketin the
cttjr. QaU and pee for yourself.
licCROW & WII.LABD.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
J-AU kinds of fresh nnd cured meats
always on hand, full weight and a square
deal nil arlund.
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l Bj4V cure ron
a . . ( ivriit iu
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avis iuu aw""-' """-: rln
. . ccuuve secreuou "'"V"-"v:--
luawug IU iud cati ...v-' .' iiT it,
ymptoms, others only parU -
Restorea the senM of taste and .mdl. removes tad SUt
lng from Catarrh. Easy and Pleasant to use. r ouo vr airewiou.
teed bv D. W. MATTII&WS fc Co.
CAPTAIN CHARLB3 L. WMf Si!U5S
Phanli and Home Insurance Company at San KPftffindrCBl,.rwm.
troubled with Chronic Catarrh for trMity rear, a r'n" '"ing bat utile faith In iu
mended yourCillfornla pAT-RfURR. Xrrajar ofttald t,
woo are uuurers.
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
D. W. MAHHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE ST.. SALEM, OR
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale DeDOt
Proposals for Stationery.
Office ok thk Secretary ofStatk,)
SALKV. OrSUnt. "Tth IfiH r
Sealed proposals will be received at tills
offlco until noon November I7th, 188s, to
...,,.,-, iU;iuuuiuS articles ior luesuuo
60 reams legal cap. It lb, No. 8 ruling,
while laid, drew, Charter Oak or Scotch
hu reams letter pope
.white laid, Cnrew, Ch
. I. V T O .. .,,..
harter Oak or Scotch
u0 reams first-class Pnnirrpq nnlA 7 ft.
packages, No. 8 ruling, white laid.
M No. 5 w hlte en elope, 60 lb, No. I rag,
15 M No. 0 whlto envelopes, 00 fi. No. 1
12 gross rallmnd steel pens No 119.
15 gross Glllott's steel pens, No. 401.
.1 gross Kasterbrook "J" pcu.
5 gross Fabcr's pen holders. No. 1878.
4 dorcn Tower Manufacturing Co's. bar
ometer and brass backed Inkstands.
12 dozen iory folders,!) Inch, Standard.
H dozen Ivory folders, 10 Inch, Congress.
10 dozen mucilage cups, No. S, Morgan's
1 dozen muellago stands, reservoir, No.
6, Morgan's patent.
5 reams Parker's treasury blotting paper,
HO B, assorted colors.
2 cross No. 2 Eaglo Recorder lead pencils,
styfo 688. '
4 dozen Arnold's writing fluid, quarts.
2 dozen David & Sons writing fluid,
2 dozen Sanford's premium fluid, quarts.
15 dozen duplex cap board letter clips.
12 dozen Faber's rubber rulers, 14 Inch,
12 dozen steel erasers. Rogers'. No. 18149. B.
3 dozen steel erasers, Rogers', No. 18149, K.
20 boxes Faber's No. 300 rubber bands, as
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.
1003 McO Ill's patent paper fasteners, No. 2.
1C03 McUiU's patent pupor fasteners, No. 4.
18 dozen gummed stub flies, No. 21, 11x15
In., 230 pages.
12 dozen table pads, .for paper, 19x24.
lu dozen waste jper baskets, cross bar,
20 lbs hemp twine, No. 12.
At the samo time separate bids will be
received for 12 dozen AVostonholm congress
knives to bo described by trade Nos. Sam
ples to bo exhibited.
Bids should be marked "Proposals for
Stationery." None but best quality of
The right to reject any or nil bids Is rc
sered. All goods to bq delivered beforo January
1st, 18.S9. Payment to be mudo by warrant
on state treasury.
GEO. W. McBRIDE,
D-2$-td Secretary of State.
Real Estate Bargains.
tl.GOO. ICO acres, o rnllea from O & C do-
lot. Qood i house, barn nnd
orchard.- Fenced, nnd VJlu cul
tivation. $2,000. 80,icrei, i4 miles from Salem.
(iood ro id to toun. Improve
ments fair. Fine fruit land.
?5,490 b acres 'ii miles from Salem.
No buildings. Splendid land,
nil fenced. Make a desirable
$2,500 CO acres 4 miles from Salem, im
provement good. Fine young
orchard, and garden land.
54,180 10J aeres, 7 miles Irani -iSalem.
Hill land, finely watered. Sell
in lots of 40-acre tracts at $23 per
$10,800 075 acres, 8 miles from Salem.
Excellent grass nnd fruit land,
adjoining Willamette rWcr.
Will sell In tracts.
$1,375 51acres,4 miles of Salem. House,
born and orchnrd. Ijirgesprlng
at tho door. Good soil, and
plenty of timber.
$2,400 120 acres, 5 miles of Salem; good
road; well Improved; stream
running through tho place.
$00,00. 400 ncres (4 miles west side O &
C I! It) fcood houso, barn and
orchard, 120 In cultivation, bul
ancoohk grub pasture lnnd.
$800 10 acres, lmllo from Halom, ad.
Joining fair ground. Good land;
$1 "00. 40 acres. S ralles Salem; all In
cultivation; no buildings; near
school house. 'Excellent fruit
$4.000 370 ncres, 6 miles from O AC R Rj
nil fenced; well watered. House,
lmrn. and small orchard; 150
ncres in cuuivanun.
$2.750. 3 lots, w It h good house and barn,
East Salem. Desirable location.
Wo have besides this a largo list of city
nnd farm property. Buyers would dp w ell
to call and exnmine our noiuiugH uciuro
making their purchases.
WILLIS & CHAMBERLIN,
Opera iiouse, umrnju
' Salem, Or.
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LOG CABIN LOGIC-
Brawn and Brain!
Tho powerful engine, with its won
derful propelling powor, coupled to,
the long train full freighted with th
richest fabrics of the intellectual
looms of tho centuries what obstacle
can stay the progress of this mighty
force, when once under full steam
along life's highway?
Tho American with brawn and
brain docs not seo the necessity foi
titles of nobility, does not care for
elevation by descent, ho can reach
out and pluck tho stars.
But with brawn or brain impaired,
a man is badly handicapped in the
mad race for success which is tho
marked characteristic of tho present
'ihe physical system is a most intri
cate pieco of machinery. It ought to
be kept well rceulatcd. so that it will
work harmoniously in all its parts.
lucu lb jo uuiiituio in au 1II1U1UU3U
amount of work.
It is said that a watch, if expected
to keep perfect time, must bo wound
daily. It will not keep good time un
less it "runs regular." More mon
break down because they don't "run
regular" than from any other reason.
It is claimed by physicians that
fow men are killed by hard work. It
is to the irregularities of modern
social life- that tho high death rato
is duo. Men burn their candlo at
both ends, then wonder why it burns
out so quickly.
Tho main thing in keeping the hu
man machine in good working ordor
is to keep the regulator all right.
"Tho blood is tho lifo," and sound
health is assured so long as tho blood
flows through tho veins a limpid
stream of purity.
Regulate the regulator with War
ner's Log Cabin sarsaparilla, tho old
fashioned blood purifier, prepared
after the best formula in uso by our
ancestors in good old Log Cabin days,
and with tho vigor of brawn and
brain which must ensuo, in your
life's lexicon you will find no such
word as fail.
"The Madonna at the Tub,'
Of whom Miss Phelps writes, was. ri
genuine specimen ot lien it n mm
strength. Shu doubtless heeded the
warnings of her predecessors, and
understood and appreciated the
matchless dualities nt Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription, which relieves
and cures &o many ailments peculiar
to the sex. As a powerful, invigor
ating tonic, it Imparts strength to
tiie wnoie system, unit to mo woniu
and its appendages, in particular.
For qver-worked, "worn-out," "run
down," debilitated teachers, millin
ers, dressmakers, seamstresses, "shop
girls," housekeepers, mirelng moth
el's, and feeble women generally,
"Fuvorlto Prescription" is tho great
est earthly boon, being iincqunled
as an appetizing cordial and rostora
For constipation, sick, or bilious
headache, use Dr. Pierce's Pellets,
orantl-billous granules: purely vege
table. Ono n dose.
N. II. Frohllehstoln, of Mobile,
Ala., writes: I take great pleasure
In recommending Dr. King's new
discovery for consumption, having
used It for a severe attack of
bronchitis and catarrh. It gavo me
instant relief and entirely cured mo
and I have not been, nllllcted since.
I nlso betr to elate that I had tried
other remedies with no good result.
Have also used Electric Hitters and
Dr. King's, New Life Pills, both of
which I can recommend. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds, Is sold on a
positive guaruiitce. Trl.il bottles
tree at II. V. Cox's drug store.
Proposals for Wood.
mllK BOARD OF TRITHTKH OF Till:
X Oregon Stele Insane Asy.um hereby
Invite sealed propnhtiln for Hood as folloua'
Four hundred (iCHi cords dry jxile oak.
Two bundled (200) cords dry body oik.
Fourteen hundred (Hon cords dry body
fir out of Inrge trvu.
The liolo oak inunt not be lens than three
inebes In dluineter. Three hundred to
rlo hundred cords of fir, nnd two lmndrd
to three hundred cord of oU ure lo Ixidtc
Ihered by June I, liW, and the remainder
by October 1. 18.
Illds will bo received In amounts irom
fifty cords up. The wood mut Imi four f't
In length and of tho bent tulUy, Mibjw
to tfo uiiprmal or tho iiiwllcal suiwrln
tendont of the. asylum, and to bodrihoml
nt any point on the uylmn grouiuls desig
The rfght to reject any and all bids Is re
Bids will be opened at 2 o'eloek Tuewlay .
Nov. 6, 168A PK-VNOYKK
OBO. W. MOBKIIIK,
10-5td O. W. WlTllll,
Board of Trustee.
Wm. A. MUNLV, Clerk of lioatd.
Tin IWYEBS' OTJIDB U
ltsujd M.irch and Sept.,
etch year. It U an ency
clopedia of useful infor
mation for all who pur-
chuo the luxuries or the
can clothe you aai furnUh you with '
all tie neoeieary ana up0ov.-
ii . i.r walk, d&nee. leep,
eat. flb. bunt, work, bo to church,
or ty at borne, and to rarloue ilwi.
.tylei and quantlUe.. Jnjt figure out
what U required to do aU the tblngj
OUIPE, wWoh WlU b eat upon ;
ZZzXT'ot uTusli w pay ptte,
"n"ll4 mchUan AtwMi Ctitoago.PL '
"IS MEDICINE IX A Full?'
Editor Journal : In an article
In your paper of the 24th lust., en
titled "Is Medicine in it Fog?" tho,
writer arrives at an nfllrmntivo con-.
elusion, because doctors fiequently
dltler nnd patients sometimes die,
aud as a summary of his research In
this particular Held, he tells us that,
"uneerialnty and disagreement are
generally based on ignorance."
Let us see If these statements are
any more truo of medicine than any
other science. Lawyers tlifFer, and
tho principal business of their lives
Is to argue over their diflereut ver
sions of the law. Ono court over
rules tho decision of another, and
finally the whole law of tho cose
may be repealed, and another en
acted In its stead, heuco law Is In
the fog, and the sclenco of govei n
ment a failure. Theologians con
stantly diiler, consequently tho plan
bf salvation U In tho fog, and Chris
tianity n myth.
Even newspaper editors liavo been
known to diiler most radically if
poajiblo worse than doctors there
fore, all the great minds engaged lu
this Held of literature aro in a to'j,
and in pursuit of a phantom.
Is it not a fact, however, that dif
ference of opinion and argumout
ure suggestive of thought, research
und progresslveness, while besotted
ignorance, knowing nothing of pro
gressive science, is harmonious and
Just so long us any of tho laws In
stituted by the Creator for the con
trol of tho luechaulsms of the world
remain unsolved, just so long will
intelligent minds contluuo to dis
agree and discuss their dlH'erenecs.
Hut why should tho medical profes
sion be expected to bo so far iu ad
vance of every other dopaitnieutof
Is a profound knowledge of
human anatomy, (tho physical ma
chine) of physiology, (or tho machine
in motion) or pathology, which is
perverted physiology or disease, and
then n microscopic study of the tiltl
mato cell, which Is an empire of
itself, performing Its functions on
its own account, and at the same
time lu harmony and unison with
Its million of fellows, which make
up the mass of the body, and all of
which must functionate normally
for thu maintenance of health and a
perversion of which constitutes dis
ease, und often results In death, the
very contemplation of which carries
thu cous'slcutioui student to thu
very conllnesof thel ullnltc aro thet-o
mighty problenw ami their solution
to be- com pun I lo "mending a leaky
roof?" Such comparisons certainly
show a.vory.lndillerent understand
ing ornppreclutlonof what progress
in medical science means. It would
make this article too long to more
than refer to our Jenners and Pas
teurs In the Held of prevention or
thu Eiiiinot(H, Hluis, JilllrotJiH mid
Lietlrs, wjioso minds have shorii
surgery of Its terrors, and reduced
fatality attending certain surgical
oiieratlons to almost nothlpg.
In conclusion, Mr. Editor, Is It
not u fact, that both the secular and
religious press have wen most jier-
Msfuiitly in tho service of tho most
arrant types of quacks and piotunil
ers? Men who aru coniotfut to
mould pufilio opinion, und educate
tho public, ought to be ubleto reeog-
nlzo a travellinr clinruitwi and if
they then sell hljii tliolreoluiiiiiHtlu t
he may cany out his designs, they
ought uleuft.tolH) the lust to criti
cise the honest profession.
Aalliiail Karjclral lotlltr.
Two or more mrxeon rvprwMintliiK thin
liutltule will be at the Chemoketa hotel,
Kulcin, Nn ember 10th, IV
They come fully preurel with ull the
npparuUM ntqtmary fir the uffn
Irwitiiiwit oftliejr eelHtl,etirvture of
Hit' vplDH, dMikw) of the till' and knee
Joint, croxkfd llmU, elab feet and ull
bodily deformities. Their MieeeM In treut
Inifthnte IniubleM an well tut all chronic
and sexual dUeow )w made for the In
Mltute a national reHilAtlm,
Upon iplieutlon, refereneea will be lur-
nlhed froiii rwtlenU In nil jmru of the
All perMiiM who are auffeiing from any
of lhu9 eoiHplalnU, nhould not Ml Uj take
advantage of UiU opiortuuHy forrllf.
Kunbum, tun, rouIiu of the ikln and
ure iruinitly rellevixl na eureu
lulvlnir nufura'M HlxMrls. It U
never falling remedy lor jwil rueuiu, tetier
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W. II w
a.enV all elIn rjf I Jul in
Hold by U. wTMattbew 4 Co.
Important Events of tliii Whole World
for Twenty-four (lours.
Territorial Kcsourcfs Yellow Jack
,More Yellow Fever.
"Va81hncjton, Oct. 29. Surgeon
Ilultou, at Compperry, Florida, and
Surgeon "Vrighort, at Live Oaks,
Fla., have telegraphed to tho stir-geon-g-jHernl
that they have evi
dence of thu existence of yellow
fever at Uajdwln, Fla.
, AVomn For Ouertior.
Boston, Oct 20. Soventy-one
women In convention yesterday
nominated Mtss Alice C. Stockton,
of AYhcales, ns caudldato of the
equal rights party for governor of
Massachusetts. The candidate Is
twcuty-slx years of ago.
Sad Fate ofStanley.
Lilli:, franco, Oct. 29. Tho
Echo du Nord stales that tho presi
dent of tho Geographical Society of
Lille has received news from Africa
that Henry M. Stanley has been
massacred, with all his expedition
except two men. The story Is
discredited lu London.
In l'uviir of the lliiiiiuiiur.
Washington, Oct. 29. In an
opinion rendered by Justice Bradley
In thu supreme court of tho United
States to-day, ho declares unconsti
tutional all statu laws Imposing
license tax on commercial travelers
not residents of the state so Impos
ing. A lstnctlt'H lmtl;u.loii.
Pitthiujiio, Oct. 29. Tho Chron
icle telegraphs to-duy to tho Press
n letter from a young American lu
London giving the theory,resulls of
thu Investigations of a Loudon tic
tectlvo in tho AVhitoehupol murders,
who declares that tho ci lines were
committed by women or men dress
ed lu women's clothes.
l'.arthiliuke In MnmiiichiiMttt.
Ni:w ltiiDi'oitD, Oct. 29. This
city was visited by two well dellned
earthquake shocks last night. The
shocks were felt at 11 :25 o'clock and
were preceded by a rumbling sound
and three distinct oscillations. They
were followed by a tremulous move
ment preceded by two reports like
those of heavy guns or thunder.
CiiiinllmlUm In Africa.
London, Oct. 29. Advices from
Uomiyltivcr, Africa, give a revolt
ing story of savago utrocltles and
cannibalism. Tlio Okrllum tribe, In
revenge for somo Injury, Invited a
party of Ogonls to a friendly palaver,
and then entrapped and massacred
them. A cannibal festival of the
most horrible and indescribable
character followed. Then an attack
was iiuulu upon the undefended vil
lages; nnd tho most barbarous out
rages were committed. Over 160
persons, Including women and
children, were killed and eaten.
Water fur llm Arid l,'lult,
San Kuancihco, Oct. 29. A Jotter
rucclvcd from MuJ. Mills, now at
Washington, ftxyn In an interview
with MuJ. Powell, chief of tho geo
logical mm uy, upon thu subject of
tho biiljdiu(, ofrenenolrH lu thu arid
regions of Ua Wo, MuJ. Powell
Hjujuks favorably "f tl"-' recently con
ceived plan of erecting tu Immeiiue
ihim in thu Jtlo Oruudu river Ufr
thu city. lie thinks uucli a ruiter
voir would control the nuiituil floods
below It, and that a iKjrtiou of the
JltioXKl appropriated by w;igrwfor
uxjwriiieutul lnvoitlgutlou iu the
mutter will be cxpoudcil at El I'uso,
Sluntttim' AiimumI Report.
Wammnoton, Oct. 29, Pruston
If. Ltiftllu, governor of Montana, In
his unnual ruiort to thu R-crutary of
the Interior, estimates the population
iif the territory at 1-10,000, an In
urease of 10,000 over the estimate of
last year. All thu Industries of the
forrltory liavo been highly active
und prosperous during the year.
Agrluulturu uutdu rapid atrldoH for-
wurd, undltwn be tutel In truth
(hut the average yield pur uore of
wheat, onto, wUUmm und cultivated
gnu In Montana for 1837 was not
equaled by that of any other terri
tory or btate, Thu commercial
operations of tho territory during
tho year aggregate $49,000,000. Tho
assessed valtio of taxable property of
tho territory Is 109,000,000.
VolutH From t'orlluiul.
Portland, Oct., K0. Ycstertlay
morning Myru Drown was attacketl
by a largo dog. Thositvago animal
fastened Its fangs In tho lady's dress
ond tore out ovor a yard of It. A
number of gentlemen hurried to
tho lady's assistance aud scared oft"
tho savage animal. Tho ludy,
though not hurt, was almost scared
to death. A couih was summoned
nnd Miss Drown conveyed to her
The American bark Column sailed
this morning for Ifopg Kong via
Australia with about 200 Clilneso
steerage passengers, ten cabin, and
a cargo comprising 200,000 feet of
lumber, 1,40 spars ami about fifteen
tons of old glass. The old glass bo
longs to tho Chinese passengers.
Prestou C. Smith, President of
tho Portland Cable Hallway sayH
that work will begin ust as soon ns
tho Presidential election Is over.
Mr. Geo. W. Lynch will come
from San Francisco and begin work
which lsto bo completed In eighteen
Tho (loteruor'it Annual Iteport.
Washington, Oct. 29. Tho an
nual report of Governor Semplo, of
Washington JTerrltory, Is very largo
and comprehensive, but ho says ho
has no expense account. lie has
had to rely on thu public-spirited
cltl.ens. Thu population is 107,032,
au increaso of about 42,000 in thu
Thu taxablo property la valued at
$81,021,182, being an Increase of $05,
000,000 In tun yeara.
Thu tlnanclal condition of thu
Territory Is most prosperous, and
although a penitentiary mid other
buildings liavo been erected lu the
past year, tho treasury Is but llttlo
Nearly (!00,000 acres of land have
been entered by settlers during tho
past year. During thu year In
dividual owners and railroads have
holdover 1,000,000 acres, and much
more would have been settled on
had It been surveyed.
There aru 1107 miles of road and
moro In thu course of construction.
All thu ludufdilcs from, cattle
raising to mining aru lu a most
prosperous condition aud employes
get good wages.
Tho condition of tho various In
dian tribes Is reported good, and tho
majority fast becoming civilized.
A Heimulliui III t'olltld.
Ni;w YoitK, Oct. 29. Dyualato
law all public olllces aro ordered
closed uftyr 12 o'clock noon on Satur
day. Notwithstanding this law the
registration olllces were kept oicn
last Huturduy all day, and ovor J12,
O()0 persons registered, As It Is Im
possible to separate thoso who regit
torod before noon from those who
registeied later, the Sun states that
tho entire list may huvo to be thrown
out. The Sun Interviewed Jlfty
leading lawyers, und states that they
all held that thu registration olllces
are "public olllces," ""d within thu
scope of thu Saturday half-holiday
The statement Is made that Mrs.
John A. Logan, although absent lu
Europe font your, Is to bo associated
editorially with a now monthly, of
which thu llrstnuiiiberwlll bo Issued
In November, Her numu will ap
pear oh thu principal conductor.
At tho hearing of the oase of tho
contested will of Mrs. A. T. Stewirt,
It was developed that her annual
oxiHinscH were $100,000, and It cost
foS00 to bury her husband.
A Kelurn to Holy.
Thin I nlwure denlnble. mid the need
ier It take place the belter. louby we. '
came U It lu the ohm of tlu unmiinlly
InuiutrloUH utile orifnrw, me Kidney,
which, when they k oil a strike no to
Mtk und drop work, eetioiuly Imperil
health 111 uio.etimn one way. Flint und
loreimwt, their Inaction bKPt their dl
keuM), wjilrli I hydra-headed, (deluding
licit daugerou jiiuludle an Bright'
dlwane und dlabetM. Next, when they
are Inactive they fall U uulat In removing
from the blood luiiiurltleethat beget rheti
malUiii, gout ami droimy. Third, their
Inentkiii weHyenaiheblMitder. All thle U
preVeutable und rf medlableby the plenum t.
iiroiunUir of orkuulu uettou. lluetetter'e
Htomucli Bitten, at onee u toule aud regu
lator. Thl gently hut eireetually Impebi
the kidney to return U duty, and
Irengllwti Ihwnand the bladder. Vmhi
tliu bowel, Ktumualie and liver It llkewUa
exerU a regulating und luvlgorutltig Influ
euee. mid It eireugtlieu the ytni, und
avert uud reiiitdle iiiuktrlu und rheuuia-tUin,