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OVER THE CAPITAL CITY.
&inilete llccital or llic Daily Doings Com
piled From Various SomvcC
Happenings Over the City ami News
From the Country Koumlaliout.
Affected to Tears.
At Bilker City Saturduy when the
Jury filed into the court room, where
Arthur Ilulliun, the Blnyer of Uud
Douglusa, at nwiiitinir th verdict
ilait wns to coimlgn him to tlie gal
fiiws, the walls of the penitentiary or
.Allow him to go forth onco more a
five man, the terrihle suspense under
-which the priHoucr labored war
3&Fiily vlHible in every feature. As
the momentous question was pro
pounded by t ho Judge, touching IiIh
jiflt or innocence of the awful
fclEUgengairiBthlm, and the answer
ameback, "guilty of manslaughter"
II outward sigiiH of HtoHnm were
swept away and with usudden realiz"
alioiiofhiH fate came an outburst
of nobs that plainly told of a deploru-We-
transition of human hopes, of
tfte incomprehensible depths of
Will llaf Aittber Vessel.
Mr. Hong states that another
.ttetitucr will be secured for the Ore
Sn Development company's line,
should tho steamer Yuquinu Uay
ptovea total wreck. He talks philos
phrcally, but of course regrets tho
amfortuuato circumstance. The ves
sel having passed In over the bar, it
a Itis o)lnion that nothing addi
Cfional can be charged against the
Utirus a dangerous entrance. The
TCfwl is tho personal property of
'. Ji Jiogg, presKIent or tho com
pany. It lias been turned over to
Iteturn or an old Favorite.
The theatre goers of Salem will be
;hul to hear that an old-tinio favor
Be is soon to return John Jack.
In former days ho was quite popu
lar here and has tho honor of hav
ing drawn the largest houses over
utertalned at tho Heed. This was
fai 18H7 during fair week and the
week was niiu of rich drama and is
always referred to as the biggest
week in tho history of this theatre.
Mr. Jack's celebrated company will
& hero Saturday evening when will
ie presented "A School For
Reside Miss Punish and Miss
Jones Friday evening, MissShuart
will give one or two of her best
readings. There will bo n Chorus
f forty voices perhaps tho best
&ranl In Salem fur years. Miss
Dillingham and Miss Harris have
important parts In tho ooncort. De
cide this there will be Instrumental
selections by tho pupils of Miss
Jontv, Miss Cox and Miss Smith.
The llox Sheet Is now open at Pat
ton's. No extra charge for reserved
A Severe WdnMlou.
Four children of Louis Seguln at
Woodburn are very low with ty
jhold fever, complicated with a dis
ease resomhllhg klnopox. During
fttw smallpox Mearo at Woodburn
few days ago. tho members of tho
lunily vaccinated themselves, and
one of tho elder girls in performing
h operation cut u gash an Inch
feognnd very deep, in which sho
inserted (ho vacolno virus. Sho is
ynxy hw from tho fever and the
ttUrts of this vaccination.
A Maqur Carnival.
Tho skating rink will oliwo here
ut Saturday evening of this week
Kith a grand ohlldrons' masquerade,
admission 'S cents, Many beauti
ful prizes will ho awarded and tho
vont promise to bo ono of much
yleinuiiv, closing as It will a season
fnuieli gaiety. Messrs. Potter A
Oattcrlln, tho managers, will jter
Sap. spend u few days In Sllverton
anf!Corvallls with tho rink after
The IllKkrat NninVer.
It instated that 284, the number
rf iH-lsouors now In tho penitentiary,
i the largest rosier that Institution
6akul. This is wot correct. Th,o
brgittt number oytjr there was LUS
svenil years ago Supt. Downing
think lie will have 800 before tho
Centlo spring time.
The members of tho Balom Kvun
ellml Ministers' Union will meet
& tho First National Bank to-mor-aow
evening nt 8 o'clock sharp.
Tare or Kit.
Joint Wyatt's wife, living two
jaalkwuBt of Corvallbsgnvo birth to
fcipWa yodtonlay. All arv doing
THE WKECKEI) YA0U1SA HAY.
The Steamer Perhaps a Total Loss,
Concerning the wreck of the new
steamer of tho Oregon Development
Co., as announced in the Capital
Journal lust evening, the cause of
such an accident is the llrst infor
mation the public desires to learn,
and in this case it seems that it can
be ascribed only to carelessness or
negligence on the part of some one
in charge of tho management of the
Ordinarily the bar Is considered
so safe that vessols in entering mere
ly follow in the wake of tho tug,
but, contrary to this rule, the Ya
quina Day was being towed in. The
bar was smooth when tho vessel
crossed, and after passing over tho
bar proper, the ship suddenly took a
sheer to the right, and struck upon
tho sands about two hundred feet
south of the end of tho Jetty. Tho
tug Immediately went to her assist
ance anil would undoubtedly have
pulled her oil without troublo or
damage, had it not been that tho
powerful six-Inch hawsers continu
ally broke, and w ithin one hour af
ter striking she had worked fully
fifteen feet on the sands. Tho tug
worked with the stranded vessel nil
night, but without avail. Tho con
stant beating of the waves and wind
stovo two holes in her bottom and
turned the ship about, bow in,
and sho lies at nearly right angles
with tho end of the jetty, Tho
latest reports say tho steamer is in a
position to bo well protected from
breakers. She may bo gotten off
with nut Httlo damage. Tho cargo
has all been lauded on the jetty, and
efforts are being made to get tho
Manager Dowcn of tho Oregon
1'aclfiu Co. says but little hopes are
entertained of saving tho vessel, but
tho cargo has all been saved.
510IIE STREET RAIMYAY.
Street to tho
The board of directors of the
Salem Hallway Co. held a meeting
yesterday afternoon, at which time
T. it. Hubbard was elected as super
Secretary Moores was authorized
to ascertain If a bonus of $1,000 could
be secured from tho property own
ers along Center street, provided a
lino bo constructed from Commercial
street to the East Salem school
building. If this sum Is raised the
directors say the line will at onco bo
built. Mr. Moores is now at work
raising tho $1,000, and it may be
stated that there is a probability
of this extension being made soon.
Tho cars are now on tho way here
from St. Louis, and will arrive in
less than a week. The iron will
also bo hero by the 21st Inst., and
will at onco bo placed in position.
Tho grading Is all completed except
a few rods near the passenger depot.
A. A Hang was admitted upon
certificates from the supreme courts
of Minnesota and Nebraska to prac
tice in all tho courts of this state.
Jno. F. Rhotan app. vs. W. M
Mendenhall, resp.; appeal from
Linn county. Argued and submit
ted. Sai.iim, Dee. 11, '88.
nuesiens Arnlra Salve,
''he best sulvo In tho world f.
Us, bruises, sores, ulcers, sultrheuin
i'i- sores, totter, chapped huml
1ii;iilalns. corns, and nil skin ertq.
-. and posltlvvlv curvs nlh ,.
" pay required. It Is giiar.uiiii
i uiwerl'eot satisfaction, or num.
vmuiU'd. Price 25 cents per b...
.r aulo - Dr. H. W. Cox.
Dollcuto woman who complain of a tired
fMltig, pain In tho back unit loin, do.lro
lo sleep, illiilmvw. painful or upirrj.iil
nnnutrimtlon, will tlnil In Oregon Kidney
lVuufutlhful friend. It ran bo railed unon
In every Insunt to ge liniiieilUito rolur
mini Kiuney una uriuiiry mmbltMi. Thorn
niuts or woiuro 'lUtVrlni; every iluy mmi
miiiio dlmmlcr of the khlneyx or liver, who
mltiht to (lormiuumtly cured by ualnir
Orinm Kidney Ten.
Hold hy I). .Mtithowa A Ov
A Reed Sale.
Saturday owning MAwro's & Man
ning concluded the sale ot sixty-
eight norva north of tho penitentiary
to P. S. Knight and James Walton
of Salem. The laud belonged to the
LutoSnvago rotate. Tho consider
tlon was $7,200.
Tke Tai liookt.
Sheriff Croisun will receive the
assessment rolls on the 10th, when
ho will begin collections. Tho
starting point will bo Fairllold.
ftuudrutr U probably one at tho moat
ilimcull dlttsueaof the amlp to euro, but
Duurd'n Hiwetac never Rilk to remove It
lKTinwieutly. tVuvuetui ufter auavtiux la
luttnlly rvllevett by Ita use.
td by IK V. JlntUein A Oo.
Ilrcezy Corrcsponpence From the Towns
Gcrvaia has a number of weddings
ou tho tapls'for the holidays.
A petition for a post office at St.
Louts, this county, is being circu
lated. Gervais merchants have purchased
one hundred thousand pounds of
dried fruit this season.
The now city hall is almost com
pleted, and will bo dedicated New
Year's eve with a grand ball.
Dr. J. S. Stott is building a fine
office adjoining tho drug srore on
Main street. It is nearly completed,
and looks quite cozy.
Prof. Childers, of the Gervais
public schools, expects to give an
entertainment for tho benefit of the
school, sometime during tho holi
It. H. Rutherford started for Cali
fornia last evening.
"W. P. George Is having his house
"W. B. Peacock boa bought tho
old store building formerly owned
by Mr. Owden.
Mr. Young is intending to move
into tho house now occupied by
Thomas Reed. Mr. Reed is going
to Idaho soon.
J. W. Rutherford has bought tho
Brlggs house, where Mr. Bailey
lived. Mr. Bailey has moved into
George Crabtree's house.
The ladles of our village met yes
terday to make arrangements about
a Christmas tree. Wo hopothey will
succeed for the little folks would all
like to see Santa Claus.
Considerable excitement was oc
casioned by the announcement that
there was a man hanging from the
depot platform. Of course all who
heard it rushed to tho spot but too
late, for the supposed man had dis
appeared, but a gentleman who saw
It informs us that it was only a well
stuffed suit of cloths with a placard
attached to them bearing tho name
of It. II. Rutherford. At present
writing the corpse has not been
found although sonio of our citizons
are diligently seaching for it.
3100DY IS COMING.
Ho Will Visit Salem Eor a Few
Moody, tho great evangelist, is to
visit Salem. This Is the result of the
conference of tho Salem delegation
with Mr. Moody at Portland yester
day. His promise is that he will pay
Salem a visit of a fow days at least.
Tho calls upon Mr. Moody are so
urgent that ho cannot give any one
place as much time as ho would
like. Ho al?o proniise-i to send Mr.
Studd, tho captain of the London
Kleven, n young mau of noble
qualities and known all over Eng
land and tho Unite 1 States as tho
friend of young men, for a week or
ten days prior to his coming. Mr.
Studd is accompanied by a good
It U tho plan to secure the armory
In which to conduct tho services.
Tins building is of good capacity
and wo learn can le obtained. As
Mr. Moody is to be in San Francisco
early in January, ho will necessarily
visit Salem about the latter virt of
December. No date has yet been
tlxed upon, but during his stay
three meetings will bo held daily.
They aie Coming.
Satunlay there arrived In this city
a dozen families of immigrants.
They are all from Kansas and como
in search of a laud of milder win
ters and moro reliable crops. They
have mado a wise, choice in coming
to this region.
I haven't thocounige to die sir,
Hardly the courage to live;
Can't drink enough to forget, sir,
Ain't Christian enough to forgive.
This was tho wall of a man who had
endured tho tortures or " liver
complaint" aud dyspepsia for years;
nnd ho might have endured them
for life, had ho not heard that Dr.
Plenv's Golden Medical Discovery
would mako him a well man. He
pve it a trial and was cured. Once
ho was hollow eyed, omaclated, and
slowly totterlug toward tho tomb;
but now ho is vigorous, robust and
healthy. There Is nothing thr t can
compard with tho "Discovery" as a
curat I vo agent for sour stomaoh,
constipation, Impure blood and bill-
Tho vorst casro of imml catarrh
jxvsltlvely and iwnnanently cured
by Dr. Sage's Catarrh remedy. ,
Charles Bowers, drunk, arres
ted, recorder, four days.
The Baptist Sunday school will
observe Christmas by giving a con
cert and tree.
Senator Hatch of McCoy is in
tho city, the guest of his father, P.
Al. Marvin, formerly of tho
Chemekete, is again at his old post
Regular meeting of the W. C.
T. U. will be held Tuesday, 11th, at
their hall at 2:40 p. m.
You will always find No. 1 gro
ceries at L. S. Winters, tho popular
Court street Grocer. 1 m d w
Geo. A. Peebles, it is learned,
will not accept tho offer as principal
of the Baker City schools.
Mrs. Newell is at Portland at
tending the first conference of the
Christian Endeaver Society for Ore
gon. House for sale on tho install
ment plan. Payments only 10c
each. At the opera house corner.
Call and see. tf.
It Is becoming an every Sunday
affair and we regularly expect a
round-up -at the Capital saloon on
For holiday caudles, nuts, cigars,
notions, etc, goand see whot Speight
& Souder, Court street, offer you.
Prices low. 1 m d w
Follow the crowd and you will
turn up at Squire Farrar's, where
groceries are pure and cheap. Join
the procession. tf.
Those in search of first-class
board will do well to call at Mrs.
Thompson's Boarding House, corner
Liberty and Chemekete.
Sheriff Dennis of Washington
county brought to the penitentiary
yesterday evening Ed. Schucltzer,
who conies for larceny, for one year.
Tho "pink tea" to bo given un
der tho auspices of the Aid Society
of the M. E. church to-morrow eve
promises to bo an attractive and
novel entertalnmen. Admission
At corner Liberty and Che
mekete streets is Mrs. Thompson's
Boarding Houso. It is a pleosaut
place. Everything there is neat
and in nice order. Those seeking
board can do no better.
The firm of W. Beck & Son lead
in dolls, toys, novelties, scrap-books,
albums, Christmas cards, Christmas
tree ornaments and 1700 other
things to numerous to mention.
04 State Street Salem Oregon. tf
St. John asks the question, "Are
you for the saloon or tho home?"
The answer given Is, "you bet your
life." But when j'ou are nsked
where you can gSt the best goods
and price on tea, coffee, groceries,
etc., tho answer is, at Squire Far
Tho Alka-Hesperiau society at
their meeting Saturday evening will
discuss tho question : Resolved,
That the veto power now held and
exercised by tho president and sen
ate and tho governors should be
abolished. W. M. Kaiser leads for
tho affirmative and N. Davis for the
In his letter to his parents John
Booth says the voyage was a most
pleasaut one, not having had a sick
day since ho left hero In May. He
is now at Gloucester, having been to
Liverpool and tho great London.
Ho left America on tho Aicburth
and says ho will be back just as soon
as he can make the trip.
Catch the shadow ore tho sub
stance fades, is good advice, and
especially is tho truth of this demon
strated when you speak of tho
frequency with which ouo dear
friend or another is hurried away.
You'll regret too late thatyou did not
have your friend or relative visit
Sperry the Artist aud have a per
fect likeness taken. Heed the
moral go now before "it Is forever
Watch the footprints on tho side
walk. Where do they go? Up and
down Commercial street until they
come to tho new bank block.
Then they go up stairs. They go to
Cherrlngtou's Tho artist. If you
are looking for something nice for
tho holidays, go and see him. His
work is tho finest, Titno Is fieeting
end Christmas is near. Be sure
and give him timo to tiulshyour
work up nicely. tf.
Renieiubcr thnt thero Is no charge
for (stamping at Brdgca & Bozorth's
when tho material Is purchased of
Highland, Clackamas, Oo, Or Mar. 20,
I hare sutrered with a disease of the kid
ney for 6 or 7 yearn and for the last two
months have been laid up with a pain In
my back. A frlrud sent me a wimple of
the Oregon Kidney Tea, and having used
It one week I can do a iood day's work.
I have derived more bemtflt from it than
all the medicine 1 have ever taken.
J q. NEWUILL.
Hold by D. W. Mathew 4 Co.
Proposals for Supplies.
THE HOARD OP TRUSTEES OF THE
Oregon State Insane asylum hereby
invite scaled proposals for furnishing at
the asylum neurSnlem, Oregon, the follow
ing supplies for tho six months, commenc
lngi.Tanuary 1, 18S):
6000 lbsLlvcrpool salt, fine.
strain. Ivtrk'fl fuivon
Mackerel, No. 1 extra mess, '83
Tea, U. S. brand, Ponchong.
Tobacco, llaplilnn brand.
Corn starch (Oswego)
Gloss Starch (Oswego)
Soda crackcrs.'oxtrn, (delivered as
Raisins, California layer.
Germea Sperry's process.
Sugnr.SOOo golden O., 4000 granu
lated. Cheese, Cranston's or a good.
Corn menl.gold dust, fresh ground
Cracked wheat, fresh ground. (
Out meal, fresh ground.
Coarse hominy, fresh ground.
Rolled oaU, (Cormuck's patent)
Dried apples, machine dried.
Italian prunes, machine dried.
Cream or tartar In bulk, J. A. Fol-
unoice isiuuu rice, ino. i.
100 ' Cocoa.
144 ' Carbsoda, CiJcCo. AandHibrand.
100 ' White castlle soap (Contl)
4030 Little white beans.
1400 Pearl barley.
TOO Codtlsh (bonelessjln bulk, Pacific
15 doz llrooms No. 1 extra shield.
18 ' Cans oysters. Blue Points.
18 Concentrated lye (American.)
15 Scrub brushes (No G)
12 ' Cans corn, Wlnslow.
4 ' 1 gallon cans assorted pie fruit
6 ' Blacking brnshes,No 81; all bristle.
8 ' Bath brick.
7 ' Bluing, Ultrainalme, La.
4 ' wooden palls, ash, 3 hoops.
1200 gal Syrup, extra golden, American
250 gals, coal oil, 50 gallon tanks, pearl
100 gal. Molasses, Orleans extra.
300 gal. pureclder vinegar, 40 gr.
1800 lbs Costa Rica, first grade.
150 ' Government Java. v i
75 ' Real Mocha.
150 lbs Black Pepper.
30 ' Cinnamon.
CO ' Ginger.
20 ' MUhturd.
20 ' Cloves, nil standard ground.
18 doz. Teacups without handles, W. G.
18 ' Saucers, W. G.
15 ' Soup plates 7 Inches, W. G.
15 ' Dinner plates 7 inches, W. G.
0 Pie plates, W. G.
15 ' bowls, 1 qt., W. G.
12 ' Vegetable dishes 0 10 inches and 0
12 inches, W. G.
V, ' Wash pitchers, W. C. .
12 ' .Meat platters, one.half 10 Inches
and one-half 12 Inches, W. G.
4 One gallon pitchers, V. G.
2 ' Chamber vessels without covers,
12 ' Glass tumblers.
4 ' Ulu.su syrup pitchers.
0 Glass salteelfars.
tt ' Glass pepper boxes.
1 ' Lantei ns, reflectors.
2 ' lantern globes.
8 ' Ijimp chimneys, Ji B sun, A
8 doz Flat mill tiles, 10 inch.
2 ' Bastard Mies, 10 Inch.
10 feet 9i octacon steel.
50 feet euch and round Iron Norway
10 lbs niinti & unci rhlunlr niita.
A case Albuuy spiudl j oil.
1 case Albany cyllner.
(I gross screws, assorted size.
2 dosen 2x2 wrought Iron butts.
4 kegs S-penny steel nails, rough.
4 ' 10-pcnny steel nails, rough.
12 feet steel xli.
175 lbs Yarn, all wool, 100 whlto, 75 blve,
iwyj j ua uuiuu r itiuui;,, hubuuu ..v
Marseilles York MTe. Co. checks.
Lonsdale fine sheeting, 30 Incl'es.
Cabot AD wight MTg. Co.
Mnriners' stripe (Amoskeag)
l'equot sheeting, 3d a In. heavy.
Pequot sheeting, 45, Inch heavy.
Check flannel, Continental.
Toweling, red and bluo check.
Calico, American, full standard.
Table oil cloth.
10 doz Metal-backed horn combs 8 In.
m aoz Rpooiswmtotiircaa.No lomneend
15 ' Pairs suspenders
0 Turkoy red handkerchiefs
12 ' Spools whlto linen thread. No 25
2 gross Knitting needles, No 15
rds heavy casslmere pants cloth 6-4
wide, Oregon goods.
samples to ue
suumittcu wnii price,
6 Oblong pudding dishes, lHx8 in.
1 Coffee boiler, pit bottom No. 0 llkqts
i iuuct3uuiieruui.uuiiuiii,.NO, w llkqts
21 Gem water pitchers No 55,5 qts
2 Deep stew pans 13Ux4 In., 8 quarts
2 Deep stew pans 10xS, 6 quarts
12 liustlng spoons 18 In long
12 Deep dull pans 21x7,30 qts.
0 Slop jars with bails No 3
3 Seamless squuro patib No 118, 18 In
Numbers taken from Goldsmith & Low-
enberg Price List
100 to 300 barrels flour, best roller process,
to le delivered us required
10 bxs 401 Gtllott's pens
2 London Incandescent Pen Co, No
fluts lnk:5uts Arnold's, lot Stafford's
.! -r .. ... . - .'
12 uuz ieau iiencus. r aoers no
0 Parson's indelllble Ink
0 reams letter paper, Live Oak
850 pounds per day, more nr less, of beef
uuu muiiou. us rcqmrcu, in equal pairs
or four and hind quarters
8IIOES AND LEATHER
9 dozen ladles' shoes, 13 pairs No 1: 12 pairs
No 9; 24 pairs No S; 30 pairs No 4; 24 pairs
20 gross shoe laces, 4-4
1 ' shoe blacking
10 dozen pairs men's heavy shoes.8 to 13
i nue Harness learner, uregon extra gooa
II dn.An rtalrv n,An' Iiimii. knA .i.nW
pairs No 8: 00
12 pairs Not);
I dozen pairs leather slippers, 108 pairs No
8: 18 pairs No ; U) pairs No 10: 48 pairs
No 11; 21 pairs Nod; 21 pairs NcTV
15 soup cans with side handli
tOD. 11x13 deeixorxxxx tin
lies, wired at
i with covers.
30 ward buckets with bails of XXXX tin
with covers, 11x12. deep.
8 dripping pans 24 Inches square S Inches
deep, made of 23 sheet steel with heary
wire rim and well turned under with
15 dripping pans 14x38 Inches by 3 inches
ueep maue im jo iiumu iron wnn
wire rim and well
turned under with
dewn: 24 pairs No 11; T2
pairs No B; 00 pairs No 10:
1 milk can 19xl0 nPh. ...,.
laucetwith movable .i?ili
2-Ularlng panj of XXXT ,. M
..bottom 15 Inch toS TnnYJ?:1 Iw. J
8 bread Pans 17x21 ThcheahV if" Hi
made of 20 Russia iron wU'JHl
rim and we.l turned ,,ik9n?I
12 dozen pint cups of xstt !
heavy wire top aaxx J
heav? wl're tropU'PPer8 of
0 dozen 1 quart pressiM . .
pie. ""i "fcj
oo uozen im cnambers ofXXXT
I bundle No. 18 galvanlrort i 1
Inches by 8 feet. lwlmzea Iron I J
? w , ,no "T3 str"lnor cloth
dard encased 8tow!s. 1"acmn,1 Wfti
Stow'!""18 dWn mach,na Kh8ta
10 sheets of perforated tin, llxaj, a
1 lb. Solution of Iron for tinctnr,
2 , Fl. extract csscara ZS
exyract ergot, Bquftb.
Fl extract vnlpi-nin
. u.tui, euraauan n . p
Muriatic acid commercial
Carbolic acid, crystals
Powd mur ammonia
Powd carb ammonia
Sulbh Zinc. Hnillhha
a ua uiiruiu iiiaia
3 lbs Subnlt bismuth, Saulbbs
2 , Sach pepsin, Scheffers
6 , Gum camphor
2 , Powd aloes, boc
1 , Powd acacia
25 , Epsom salts
15 , Ground flaxseed
; oz sulph quinine, PAW
csuipn Morpinne, rj w
10 . Vaseline
1 . Pyrophosphate Iron
1 , C C pills, S C P D & Co
1 . C O Dills. G C P D A rv
1 , C C pills, Imp P D & Co I
800 Phosphorous plus l-60nauu.f ll
2 lbs Strong ether, Squibbs 1
t , uiuoroiorm
1 , Oxide zinc
2 oz Oil cloves
8 , OU lemon
2 , OU orango
2 , OU peppermint
2 . Oil rossmarv
1 yd Silk isinglass plaster white, si
2doz Strengthening plasters, S ij
2 Ids' Sheemvool snonses
600 each Empty capsules Nos lnl
500 each Empty capsules NosSanJi
1 gro Each corks Nos 5 and 6XXai
1 , fill ooxes, o Oil
1 , Powder boxes No 52
Tin olntmont boxes 1 oz
loz bottles, Phlla ovals
i-o.o,, , ,
3 gal Port wine
i doz Davidsons syringes No 2
3 gal Baker's A A castor oil
3 , Glycerine
3 , Grape brandy
3 , Sherry wine
10 , Alcohol
5 bbls Sal soda
17 lbs Japan wax
1 bbl (000 lbs) Chloride lime
1 can (0 lbs) Bunnell Insect powda,!
1 skein each Nos 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 and ll
eon's silk, Turner's patent.
1 bottle Lester's carbolizcdcutgutl!d
Samples may be seen at the office!
uoaru oi Trustees, ana goous naui i
nceo. dance therewith.
Tho board reserves the right torfjsl
and all bids. Delivery of supplies i
requirea wnnin len aays anernoucta
ccpuince oi uiu. a. copy ui mis nwi
mrnt -must nccomnauy each bid. i
name of the class of sutiDlles bid upoia
bo written upon the envelope, hull
must Include all the ltcmx in tbec
class bid unon. and must ulveall thei
and totals lu.lull with exceptta
mu on meat ana nour. aui
otliccrs are prohibited by Ut I
conllrmlne accounts of
chases when advertisement does ntf I
tain u full and complete description n
kinds of articles to be purchased. I
will be considered at 2 o'clock p. mil
GKO. W. MCBHIBK,
G. W. WEBB,
Board of Trow
WU, M. Mukly, Clerk of Board.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 1st, ti
Messrs. WELLER BROS.
" Salem. Oregon.
Gentlemen: AVe had the pleam
cently or making shipment to you J
new "White Cross" Extracts, na ',
you by mall to-day a very neat shoij
which wo would like you toplaceri
nently In your store, and which tII
the attention of your trade to lne
It has been our intention for someS
past to place upon the market the i
line of flavoring extracts mnnutocti
this country, and aner months ofs
and cxDerlmentlng with the PW
brands now before tho publlovreUl
lastsucceded In placing before yottii;
ity which beyond doubt has no sopeJ
Wo can not too strongly lmpnsH
you that vou can unhcsjtattnsir '
mend them to vour customers as tte
that can nosslblv be manufactured. 1
packago and style generally i ucllj
your trade have tested te qualltr J
mvulivnii.MliilhrVhtln 'TOS! "'
will be lanre.
By complying with our request j
confer a favor upon yours truly,
, DEAI.KB, IS
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND Ml
Keeps on handa large assortment of J
elry, Watches Clocks, etc, w-
nromntlv done and warranted. I!
the best bargains In watches oi
Inthn WIH.mAltii Vfll Pf. w
A MAN OF-
TWENTY YEARS' EXPERP
And supplied with only
Rirst Class Gooc
G. C. H0S1
BUte Insurance Co blocki I