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'Review of the Situation
In Our City, State and National
The City (f Salem lias passed
through another city election and haR
secured the M3rvlces of tome of the
vjry best men for it city government.
Dr. Richardson for mayor will con
tinue the good work begun by Mayor
dutch of keeping the city within Its
mean. Except for the city hall enter
prise. Mayor Gatch's administration
rather worked the city out or debt.
For the city hall debt we have the
city hall. It Is beyond all present
needs of the city In proportions, and
will cost four times as much each
year for interest as the city could
have rented for. But then each citi
zen can point with pride to a fine
building and cay, that is our city hall,
and that, is worth something If It Is
nothing but vanity. It will now cost
a great deal annually for electric
lights, for water, for heat, for Insur
ance, and for janitors, and for what
not? The same Investment for water
works to give the citizens pure,
abundant and cheap water would
have been far more sensible. The city
hall started with a real estate propo
sition and a combination in city poli
tics. The only contest In city poli
tics was over the treasurer. City
marshal went In on merit and en
dorsement by Mayor Gatch. Ed Edes
gets a third term, not as an endorse
ment of that principle, but because
of his personal popularity and ctli-
ciency as an ofllcer. The council will
be one of the strongest In the history
of the town. The only "Uitlander" or
newcomer was Ed. Parkhurst, one of
the best men in the Iowa colony.That
colony has invested about as much as
any class who have come to Salem in
the last ten years, and. about the only
one who has got away with anything
is H. W. Cottle, now la California.
Mr. Parkhurst will bo found giving
the same close attention to city busi
ness that he does to his own, 'and for
the time ho has been here he has
gathered about as much experience
with our political methods as .anyone.
Mr. Swafford was pulled through for
treasurer by his personal friends and
the big Bopubllcan majority. Hcis a
poor man and the argument was
used that if he was defeated he would
lose his home, as -he would have to
turn over the city money that he put
In the Williams & England bank.
Mr. Swafford is. a man of the highest
personal integrity, and the assurance
' of his principal bondsman, Jo. Baker,
that all the city money would be paid
over as soon as it can be collected,
went far to secure his election. Mr.
Baker's Integrity is above question,
and if men like Dr. Itlchardson and
Wm. England and Jo. Baker have
their way the bankiwlll pay out every
centon its obligations. There will he
more light on this question when the
present recelvershp is given an airing
In the courts. -Upon the whole
the city Is to be congratulated
on the incoming administration.
There is no reason why with return
ing prosperity, the city shall not have
Its credit restored and warrants at
Possibly the sheriffs could collect the
taxes when they nrp due and cou!d
not put (iff tne sale of lands for delin
quent taxes from six months to two
years as they do now. That would be
hard on sme rich taxpayers who now
keep their money In their pockets for
all that time or have It loaned nut. at
lntiest while the county and state
warrants are out and paying the same
c ass Interest. The poorer and middle
class taxpayers, mostly farmers, pay
up promptly, while the capitalist Is
earning double Interest on the money
that should bo in the county treasury.
Of course, there is no collusion Le
tvveen the county olliclals on thisdehl,
but It could probably be almost made
out In several parts of Oregon. If anj-
oue tried. The most sensible thing
the present very orderly board of
equalization could do would be to
close up their work, draw up a few
good laws to bring order and decency
Into the collection of taxes and mak
ing of assessments, and resign until a
legislature oat with sense enough to
pass them. As the laws now arc, and
without penalties to enforce them,
the board of equalization is not able
to do much to stop the main swindles.
Thq collection of taxes should be
taken out of the hands of the sheriffs
and put in the haudsof the treasurers.
That would make the otllce of sheriff
less a source of corruption In politics,
and he would have nothing to do but
collect the delinquent list when it
was placed in his hands by the court.
The sheriff would be robbed of that
vast discretion which he now uses to
delay the delinquent sales ostensibly
In the Interest of the poor taxpayer,
but really to the advantage of the
wealthy. But If a man thinks, any of
these reforms are easily accomplished
let him go once to the legislature. lie
will lind the official class do the nom
inating and dictating of legislation.
Until the people who pay can origi
nate legislation and pass upon It with
out the Intervention of politicians
the people will pay but they will not
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-i Prooosalsfor SuDDlies'ib!Sns?glnKor8tantlnrdi
I.I ' I Fj Ills nlnn.. . .
! 5 lb. cans. "U"U" BHinuara n In
I i or. u, . ..
The board of trustees of tho Oregon , ,r " wijuimo 8l,an(,ard groun(1 n
You will And ono coupon
Insldo each two ounco bag
and two coupons lnsldo each
Durhnm. Buy a bag of this
colebrntod tobneco and road
tbo coupon wlilch gives a
list of valuable presents and
how to get them.
The "sound currency committee'
of New York expended .from two to
four million dollars furnishing stereo
typed plate reading matters and illus
trations to the daily and weekly news
papers of the "United States in the
late campaign. The large city papers
were bought outright for the gold
standard. Now a new "business
men's campaign" i9 to be opened for
"sound money," The same committee
of New York bankers and syndicate
managers is sending circulars to the
press announcing that "so long as a
considerable minority of our citizens"
advocate free coinage of gold and
silver on equal terms, "this com
mittee proposes to continue the
fight for honest money," until the
minority is so small "that they will
not be a barrier to industry and pros
perity." Following is the offer made to The
J0URNAL,dated52 William street,New
York, Dec. 10,1890:
"This Committee expects to take up
A little plain truth should be told
about our Assessment laws. They
are a splendid congeries of folly, or in
plain English a fraud. The. methods
of assessment lack uniformity. No
two precincts are assessedalike. No
two menjs property Jsundcr tlio
samo alu.a.tlon. iN. twa counties
send n theforolls ullko Theisendlng
ofiu copy of t-hd rolls from each, county
to thesecetary of stato-Js us useless
as sending a ton of coals to the ceme
tery with a corpse to keep it warm.
It makes a job for tho hangers-on at
the county seat. A summary of the
.footings on a sheetspf legal cap paper
is all that is needed by the state
board ,qf equalization. Rut that would
mean a saving of thousands of dollars
. tathtaxiwy&rfl and would rob tlie
courthouse rodents of their plunder.
iJJeaides-it) typujdj enable the state
board of equalization to do its work
In an orderly and effective maimer.
It would enable the clerks to get the
.trolls into.-tiififthapds vflf the sheriff,
The skeleton in
many a household is
the peculiar weak
ness of the wife and
mother, or of the
wife who ought to be
a mother and is not
Happiness is de
stroyed by the pres
ence of the secret
sickness that may
lurk like a grinning
death among the
homes. The most
terrible thing about
this condition of af
fairs is that it is entirely needless. There is
no reason in the worm why every woman
in the world should not be strong and health
ful and capable of fulfilling her whole duty
as a wife and mother. Many women go on
month after month, and year after year, be
coming weaker and weaker, because of a
very natural hesitancy they feel in consult
ing a physician. They know that if they ro
to a doctor for treatment, the first thins he
will insist on will be "examination" and
" local treatment" This must of course be
distasteful to every modest woman. They
are generally as unnecessary as they are ab
horrent Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescription
cures positively, perfectly, permanently, all
varieties of "female weakness" and dis
ease. It is designed to do this one thing,
and it does it It is the only njedtcjne now
before the public for woman's peculiar ail
ments, adapted to her delicate organization
by a regularly graduated physician an ex
perienced and skilled specialist in these
maladies. It cannot do harm in any condi
tion of the system. Its sales exceed the.
combined sales of all other medicines for
Bvery woman will be Jitflltbjer snd happier for
counsel contained in Dr. t'ierce'j
great universal doctor book l
"The People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser." It Is the most
comprehensive medical woflc in
one volume in me jngiuu inn
at once the work left off just before
election. It will endeavor not only to
decrease the number of free coinage
advocates, but to increase the number
of those who favor better banking and
currency laws. During this winter
and spring we shall probably Issue
Sound Currency plates every three
weeks through the American Piess
Association and the A. N. Kellogg
Newspaper Company; probably also
through one or two of the other plate
associations which have been supply
ing our plates. Should we do so we
will offer plates to you FREE OF
COST if you will agree to pay trans
portation charges and either to put us
on your exchange list or send us copies
of your paper containing such matter
as you may print."
"We can also fnrnlsh you on tho
same terms speech plates containing
the speeches of Secretary Carlisle at
Chicago, Judge Aldredge at Atlanta,
McClcary InCongress,andCarl Schurz
at Chicago. These are issued only
through the A. P. A."
To accept these plates means a sav
ing of hundreds of dollars to a daily
newspaper, and to discharge one or
two typesetters on each newspaper
that uses them.
This is a direct bribe to induce a
a newspaper to support the gold
Thank God wo have not fallen so
low as to accept the crumbs that fall
from the tables of -the rotten -aristocracy
of New York masquerading as
the "sound money" propaganda.
Not a line of their literature will
find its way into these columns.
We are silver Republicans from con
vlctlon and principle and all the
money of .Wall street nor all the offices
at their disposal through corruption
of the press and voters cannot sway
this one little newspaper to ever ac
cept the gold standard. The citizens
of Athens who sold their (services -to
Persians were not more contemptible
in tho eyes of those barbarians than is
a turncoat biroetalist in the eyes of
:t contains 1008 pages,
Iroied. (&&& copies
maullla paper covers
to senu 21 oncccni
sold at J1.50 facb
ith. The profits ore
now used in printing half-a-mlll-
fret copies ooana m wtohr
rs. To get one you have only
staniDS (to pay cost of mall,
a blJDensaryUedlcal Assoc!-
ation, Kb. 6St Main Btreet Buffalo, N. V, BenJ
promptly before oU are given away ff Jn.WaM
pfone. They are goto off rapidly.
We warn citizens of Oregon against
the large papers from the cities that
have sold out to this Wall street gold
standard league. Papers that were
formerly Republican silver papers and
have sold themselves to this syndicate
for the corruption of tho American
press should be found in no honest
man's home. Papers like the Toledo
Blade, Inter Ocean, New York
Tribune and Loulsvlllo Courier
Journal, Xhatr advocated silver to get
u large circulation, and then sold
themselves to the money power are
not fit to wipe a freeman's feet, to
say nothing of instructing ills mind.
Wp have papers n Oregon and
California that belong to the same
The Journal wishes to thank a
number of gentlemen who have in
terested themselves of late to give
TiibDily and Wxekly the wider
slate circulation they are enjoying.
Tho time lias come as many bollove to
give this paper a state clrculatlon,and
when It Is considered that Oregon
for years hns liad but ono paper of
state circulation and that, for gold
only it is a wonder silver bus had any
friends. It is a wonder a blmetalllst
who wns sincere and uncompromising
could exist us u public njaij or even
make a living in Oregon. Thcostra?
ism of tho Oregonian newspaper has
been upon all who dared ifl bo inde
pendent of Its teachings. The terms
crank, insane, anarchist were llxed on
each individual who would not sur
render and never retracted. A man
once condemned for the asylum by the
Oregonian remains a lit subject for a
lunatic's cell In tho minds of thous
ands who take no other paper. Wider
circulation of Tin: Journal is ac
counted for cy the fact that the peo
pie love justice and want an opposi
tion paper. As an opposition paper is
built up and circulated It will be found
that the power of the Oregonian to
ostracise, condemn and ruin the char
acters of citizens will be destroyed.
In addition to giving The Journal a
state circulation, a strong daily paper
should be built up at Portland. It is
significant that the Daily Tribune of
Portland is growing rapidly.
An old-line Republican rites The
Journal from an eastern state:
"Cleveland was elected by deception
and lies and all was laid bare before
two years rolled around. Ills mess
age to congress caused every Repub
lican to smile at his congratulating
himself over the endorsement of his
financial policy, gold bonds, syndi
cates and all. Tp what base use is
the Republican party dcscendedl I
honestly believe McKInlcy is sin
cerely Inclined to to what is right;
but his doolie submission to a plat
form which was In disharmony with
his former official actions is a forebod
ing or trouble in his government when
he will be too weak to knock off the
tough barnacles which already -cling
to his ship of state before It has even
begun to rock on- the waves of the
tempestous government seas. The
president-elect will have trouble in
selecting a suitable cabinet. Most of
the old hacks have made themselves
Impossible by blunders which they
have committed or are charged with.
This clsasof politicians will-not stand
back. They will never admit that
their days or political usefulness are
ended because they imagine the
world vould stand still if they ceased
Continued on third page.
State Insano asylum invites scaled
proposals for furnishing at tho asylum
near Salem' Oregon, for lx months
ending June 30, 1897, tho following
2000 yds. Pcquot A sheeting 45 in.
unbleached as per sample.
2000 yds. Pcquot A sheeting .'1(1 In.
unbleached, as per sample.
1000 yds. Lonsdale sheeting 30 in.
bleached us per sample.
800 yds. Marseilles Check York Mnn
2500 yds. Muriners Stripe Shirting
Ainoskcnttus per bample.
1000 yds. Blue Denims Ooz. Anios
kcag us per sample.
2500 vus. Canton Flannel Nashua
XXX( unbleached, as per sample.
300 yds. Crash Bleached 18 In. as
200 yds. Scllsla drub as per sample.
144 yds. white table oil cloth, Pot
ters as per sample.
300 yds. table linen, bleached 58 In.
as per sample.
500 yds. calico Indigo Blue Ameri
can. 1000 yds. calico, bluck and white,
Pacific, Aniline, Lawrence & Co.
1000 vds. calico Turkey red small
stripes and small figures, Garner &
30 doz. ladies' hose, cotton, as per
125 doz. men's socks, cotton 101, as
10 doz. hdkfs. Turkey red, us per
24 doz. stay binding B & II No. 10
4 doz. corsets, .size 22-3, 23-4, 24-8,
25-8, 20-7, 27-4, 28-4, 29-4, 30-0, us per
0 doz. suspenders, men's ns per
2 g gross pants buttons, as per
10 gross coat buttons, as per sumple.
0 gross vest buttons, us per sample.
0 gross pearl buttons, white 4 holes,
lines 24, as per sample.
12 gross pearl buttons, smoked 4
holes lines 24 as per sample.
0 g gross shirt buttons -F B as per
15 packs pins Eagle F. 32 & A B.
120 papers needles sharps sizo,
;t uoz. Knitting needles jno. 17.
7 doz. thimbles No. 8 as per sample.
15000 lbs. granulated sugar, (Ameri
20000 lbs. Golden C. Sugar (Am il
15000 lbs. Liverpoolsalt.
1500 lbs. oat meal, in barrels.
10000 lbs. rolled oats, In barrels.
0000 lbs. cracked wheat, in barrels.
1000 lbs. cream wheat, In barrels.
2000 lbs. hominy, small, in bands.
1000 lbs. hominy, large, in barrels.
500 lbs. corn starch, Oswego.
400 lbs gloss starch, Xingsford's 1
240 lbs. China starch.
5000 lbs. rice, Island.
300 lbs. soda, A & II. f
400 lbs. cream tartar, Folger's 25 lb.
150 lbs. Pearl barley.
50 lbs. beeswax, common -as per
50 lbs. beeswax, pure us per sample.
40 doz. oystcis, Cove Fields No. 2.
40 doz. corn canned, White Lily
4 doz. Worcestershire sauco- qrt.
4 doz. whisk brooms.
30 doz. No. 1 best brooms.
40 gross Vulcan Safety mutches, us
15 boxes macaroni In 8 lb. boxes,
2000 lbs. corn meal, yellow, In barrels.
6000 lbs. Costa Kico coffee, us per
500 lbs. Java coflee, as per sample.
300 lbs. Mocha coffee, as per sumple.
1500 lbs. Chicory, as per sumple.
P.nn Ilia L.l'nn,ln
, Brpss each
;,,""! wn tin ,..:?'
t oz. an. 1 . ""'inieti r1
u p-rtiM ni-ir - ut? ' m
j lbs. sago standard crnum! in r. -u
cans. """ "
2000 lbs. oven change.
500 lbs. O K Durham 2 oz, nkir
8 dozen dust limaim , ..
8 dozen scrub brushes as per 2' iSW'lte Fllteriwr
2 dozen dusters, ostrich iLS 22 1 TO00') ""m
Inch as per samples. J K'as9 ruortir 9 . .-
t 'l"',0n corks vl2 ttn u
bums eiiMr: ".. m
, gross ennl, r,"11 6 OKw'Sftll.
OILS AND Timni'MTiMi,
120 gal. turpentine In 5 gal. cans
fjOgal.llnsced olI.bolled.Ri 5 gal.cans
200 gal. kerosene, more or less In
tanks, delivered as required. '
oo , SUOKS.
88 pairs shoes, ladles, size 0-20. 5-'-)
0-25. 7-12, 8-0, as per sample. ' '
51 gross shoe laces, 4-4.
000 bbl. No. 1 Hour, more or less, de
livered as required. '
25 bbl. No. 1 graham Hour, more or
less, delivered as .required.
500 lbs. lish per week, more or less,
as required, kfnds as required, statlnir
price or each per pound.
000 Ibs.lbeef, per day, more or
less, delivered as required, equal parts
fore and hind qnartcrs.
-w iu3. mubtun, per uay more
less as required.
iww 10s. nea prunes, bidder to
4000 lbs. dried apples, bidder to sub
2000 lbs. dried peaches, bidder
30 doz. table sp6ons, as per sample.
0 doz. tea spoons, as per sample.
12 doz. knives, as per sample.
200 pipes nnd stems, as per sample.
4 doz. mop handles, as per sample.
1 gross Payson's indelible Ink, as
4 gross Falcon pens, D
2 gross London Incandescent No. 4
2 gross Glllott's No. 404.
Odoz pencils, lead, No. 4 (Johann
1000 jral. nurc cldar vlneirnr. 40 trrs.
Bidder to submit samnles.
2 kilogrammes ammonia mur. gran.
1 kilogrammes ammonia bromide.
5 klllogrammes chloroform, in 500
gramme bottles. (Squibb.)
ouw grammes potassium
CURED AT n YEARS.
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure Victorious.
No other modlclnocan show such a record.
Hero Is a vorltable patriarch, 73 years ot
pge, with strong projudlco to overcome, who
had Heart Disease 15 years. Ho took tho Now
iiuurb uuru una is now sound ana WOU.
Samuel O. Stone.
Grass Lake, Mich., Dec. 28, ISM.
I havo boon troubled' with heart '(Usoaso'lS
oars or more. Most of tha tlm TH iK
Uad i it was not safp for mo to po out alono,
as dizzy spoils would cause falling. I had
sovoro palpitation, shortness of breath and
BUClaOnnafnathnt'.ronHnTA1 vnn halnlAM A II
physicians did for roe was to ad visa kedplnc
qulot. In August last I commenced taking
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure,
and boforo I had flnlshod the first bottlo I
found tbo medicine was a God-send. I have
givinc ray testimony to tho great cure your
valuable remedy has wrought in me. "I do
this to show my appreciation of Dr. Miles'
how Heart Cure. SAMUEL O. STONET
Dr. Miles IToart Onrols Bold on a positive
guarantee that tho 11 rst bottlo villi beneflt.
&,!nili'9si,i,lsenit,l.fcM' 0 tolMoa fork or
Dr'Miles' Heart Cure R,e&.
000 lbs. Salsoda.
300 lbs. Chloride lime.
200 lbs. raisins, London Layers 20
100 lbs. Zantes currants,20 lb. boxes.
00 lbs, Chocolate Eaglo, 1 lb. pkg.
lOZdoz. cans concentrated lyc.Giant.
50 lbs. Pearlinc, James Pyle's.
50 lbs. bluing, Nuremberg, In balls,
500 lbs. cheese, Cranston's or as
good, more or less delivered as re
quired. 500 lbs. soda crackers, XXX, more
or lesBdelivored as required,
SYRUP AND MOL.ASSES.
2000 gal. syrup, bidder to submit
000 gal. molasses, iNew Orleans, bid
der to submit eamples.
25 doz. tea cups, W G ware, as" per
25 doz. saucers, W G ware, as peV
1 doz. pitchers! tolet, "W G ware.ds
z uoz. pitcners, l gal. w u ware,' as
per sumple. ,
0 doz. pitchers, crcum, ,W G ware,
as per sample.
20 dozen soup bowls V G ware as
per sample. -
Gdozen bakers 12 In. G ware us
per sample. :
10 dozen bakers 10 inch W G ware
as per sample.
l5dozen dinner plates WG waTo us
persnmble. . , .
0 dozen pie plutes W G wuro us per
12 dozen glass tumuiers as per sam
ple. 2 dozen salt shakers us per, sample,
2 dozen pepper shakers as per sample.
4 dozen butter ohips W G wnrc as
10000 lbs. beans small white as ner
2500 lbs net sayon- best standard
1000 cakes White Lily as per sample.
500 cakes Peerless Kitchen as, per
180 cakes Shaving J. Jl. Williama as
84 cakes. toHet, , .
500 lbs. pepper black standard
ground in 5 lb. cans. .
100 bs. mustard stnnrlard ground
ip 5 lb. cans.
za im, muce sranciarcb grouna in o
lb",cans ..O.LV" ,
potassium and so-
uium laro, isquiDO.)
2, kilogramme sodium bicarbonate,
y kilogrammes sodium bromide,
1 kilogramme tlnct. opium deod.,
f00 grammes Fowler's solution,
500 grammes acid tartaric, (Squibb.
100 grammes mercury muss,(Squlbb.
230 grammes zinc sulphate,(Squlbb.
500 grammes zinc oxide, (Squibb.)
1 kilogramme Iron pyrophosphate,
1 lb. acid, muriutlc C P. (P& W
35 lbs. chloral Hydrate. (P & W
2 lbs. sodium nhosnhate.lP & W).
25 lbs. potass.um bromide, (P & W).
12 lbs. acid muratic com., In 0 lb.
class stonncr bottles. (Mai.)
10 lbs. ammonia muriate powd.
20 lbs. borax powd
5 gal. concentrated water of ,am
monin, In 5 gul. glass container, (Mai)'.
5 lbs carbolic acid, (Mai. gold label.)
5 lbs. magnesia Carb. (K & M)
10 lbs. potassium powd.
12 lb. gum arable, select.
2 lbs. oil sweet orange. (Lehn &
4 oz. oil bay leaves, (Lehn & Fink.)
l w.u granuiateu arnica no were,
1 lb granulated cannabis indlca,
(Lilly. &; Co.)-
1 lb. granulated Canada snakoroot,
Lilly & Co.)
1 lb. granulated eolumbof (Lilly &
4 lb. granulated nux vomica, (Lilly
1 lb. granulated dandelion, (Lilly &
5 oz. antiKumnlu, 5 gr. tablets.
10 oz. phenacetlne.
50 oz. Sulfonal.
8 oz. pepsin, (Bondault.)
0 oz thyroids, (P D & Co.)
2 doz. Wyeths beef Juice.
5 doz.'cascnru cordial, (P D & Co.)
i doz. listcrlnc.
5 lbs. bromidia in 1 lb. bottles, (Bat
tle & Co.) , e
201bsyr. ITypophosphites co., in 5
lb. bottles, (Wampolc.)
0 doz. Alcock's Plasters.
1000 empty capsules N6.1,(PJ & Go)
10 lbs. 'oocoa, (Phillips.) o n ,
5 lbs. 11. cxt. corn silk, (P D& Co.)
5 lbs. 11. ext. sarsaparllla co. for
syrup, P D & Co.) .
frn n aril am wiLCIl IIIlXl, li x'
Tablet triturates to bo in bottles of
2 doz. l!mn... . I
O. r. "1JICSS sv ... ta
packages, n i. ?, lanwilii .
J, Powder envelop, 2
WW caciiMBxi ?.... .
way iron cwliuS tol1HZ,D&
"v cacii ix2 and itiRVs
iron carriage bolts. lochxwt
ground head s Wtu J
6 llat bastard flies 12 Inch
2 each 4, 0,8 and 10 flat ,
- iieiicr Hrna h,
muai t'jii'ii . i ii .-J a
300 feet of i lQCh roaKS
100 feet each 5-16, I, Ml J ndl
round Norway lrnn. ' ' ,,M
60 feet each ixT, fc, izl, U u)
Ixli Norway Iron. J
10 feet each iandi Inch ocugn
3500 lbs blacksmith coal (like am.
20 feet Toe steel Winch.
15 feet Toe steel ixl Inch.
100 lbs Burden horse shoes,
50 lbs Burden horse shoes, So
5 lbs each'Putnam horae shoeulK
ius. u, d, i, ana o.
12 sheets No 24 R G black irooM
4 sheets each galvanized sheet Iron
No 18, No 20, and No 22, size 30x96.
1 box l.X bright charcoal tin JOfl
2 boxes l.X Menlo redlpped rooSm
100 lbs solder and i.
1000 tinned rivets. 6 lbs.
1 bundle G3 lbs of No 7 Bright Irotfl
50 bushels charcoal.
1 tinner's band snips, Peck, Stow I
W1ICOX, JN0 8.
24 elbows i Inch,
9X tn(9 i Inrrh.
12 each socket couplings t, mil
incn. , ,
12 each flange Unions 1, 1, Hsu
inch, , .
0 each flange unions 21, 3 1
24 each plugs M.M.l.H.lMji
Inch. , . , , ,,,
24 each bushings iiii, III, Wl'
1 inch. ...
12 each reducing elbows Hil,m,
id -l.,l.t nnd loft. PIUnllDn liSd
24 rlglit and left cast elbewil Inch.
12 compression nose uiuw r
Kie with stuffing box and swireliW
rich, finished. -.
G compression basin cocVs 5o I
nlckle plated and wlveldlsc.
1 package brass safety chili Jot
0 rubber batli plugs it i
72 each boss bibb washers 1
72 Sherman hose clamps ;orib
12 hose couplings tin?".
1 gross hose washers i loft .
100 feet eachon,U,H.llJ!1K1
P'.P-?' ,u... K,,nop w.ks linen. .
1 Barnes three wheel pipe em
iSureKu iv "
frSln pipe wrenches
c..,.nioa mavJbe seen ,,
7. f tho nSVimn. ulTT.Jta
500 tub. trit. aoonltia, (Wyeth.)
1500 tab. calomel and sod. bicarb
tab. trit. cannabis nd.,(Wyeth.
tab. trit.codeine sulph.,(Wyeth.)
) Tab. Trit Ccril Oxalate,
2000 Tab Trit Digitalis & Strych.
(Wycth.) ti ..,..,
500 Tab. Trit Podophylln, i r.
loW) Tab Trit Dovers powders 21 gr.
iyfb. Wilson'fi'iCarroslve Antlceptlc
tablets, iwyeui.) ,r M .
1000 Hypodermic tablets, No. 48, in
bottles of 100 each )Wyoth.)
1000 Ilypodermlo tablets No.oa, in
bottles of 100 each (Wyeth.)
1000 QulninoSulph. capsules, - gr.
f D& Op.y ...,,. M.i...and
Izvw yuiniui? ouuHViHi""w'
5gr.(PD&Cp, ; .-
original packages, n
right to reject WWlZfa
served. wa" flfteendaj' '"5
h rnmilrpd withltt Wieeuu ;
of acceptance of bid. tt
include a 1 the Jtow
incrlbed ou a38ScWf
otllcers are problblti; tbe
accounts of punSui ,oJ
thTment does pot codUWw-
w"" t. ..i it II ilia " ..
to furnisu ""linteaual wjz
HJIuni" iniinteQUai vj r.,
check in a .'"""-.e that iorgs
cent of his bid ! "i melt PJi
i,o,.b Is to be fo W .lie &1
i." :.". 7K navaoie ,'.- v
governor's on f-jgjj -j,
nnn -- n TUHV1
low. -ivil. r.SrtirD
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