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president Isaac Lewis of Sabina, Ohio,
,. ,Miy respected all through that
lection. He has lived In Clinton Co.
- ,...irs. and has been, president of
.!. Snbina JinilK v VUlirB. XIV K'UOiy
testifies to tho merit of Hood's Sarsa-
psrilla, and what ho says is worthy
attention. All torn workers find
lood's Sarsaparilla peculiarly adapted
1 thch-needs. It makes pure, Acllf
,i i.innil. nnd from this comes nerve.
Li i.inmL nnd from this comes nerve.
mental, bodily and digestive strength,
"I am glad to say that Hood's Barsapa
rtlla Is a very good medicine, especially
ts a blood purifier. It has dono mo good
many times. For several years I suffered
greatly with pains of
In one eyo and about my temples, es
pecially at night when I had been having
a bard day of physical and mental labor.
I took many remedies, but found help only
in Hood's Sarsaparilla which cured mc of
rheumatism, neuralgia and headache.
Hood's Sarsaparilla has proved itself a true
Mend. I also take Hood's Fills to keep
ny bowels regular, and like the pills
cry much." ISAAC LEWIS, Sabina, Ohio.
iTthe One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
, . ,, ,-.., are prompt, efficient nnd
HOOdS PUIS easy In effect 25 cents.
The Astoria Evening Hews is now
two years old.
The bonds of the city treasurer, of
Albany, are placed at 87,000 and thobo
of the marshal at $3,000 for the year.
W. W. Spauldlng has commenced
suit against R. S. Perkins to foreclose
a mortgage for 8108,000 on the Perkins
hotel and to have a receiver appointed.
There Is a good prospect on foot for
a woolen mill at The Dalles. A stock
company with 8100,000 capital Is be
ing organized and is meeting with
David Nelson, while going from
Pendleton to the reservation last Sat
urday, was stricken with paralysis.
This Is the third stroke and his life
Is despaired of.
The Monitor Miner comes out with
i line souvenler uunsimas etuuuii
which Is a credit to the publishers
and Josephine county can well be
proud of the showing.
The grand jury, of Jackson county,
Indicted Samuel Grey.of Elk Creek.for
mallcously shooting an animal not his
iown. They also indicted Dr. W. B.
Officer, of Eagle Point, for criminal
The school children, of Eugene, de
serve creat creait. ior naviuguum-
hemd thft streets, of Eugene. The ob
ject beine so the children could more
readily find residences for the distri
bution of Christmas gifts and cnarity.
The bodies of W. W. Edgerman and
Carl Wood, the men who were
drowned in Hood -river last Monday,
were found Tuesday and burled Wed
nesday. Mr. "Wood was engaged to
i have been married on Christmas day
It was wo vears on the 27th of
December when the people, of this
Talley, were shocked with the news of
ithe dreadful accident In Sliver LiaKe,
;when fifty people lost their lives at a
I Tlio Photiulnm PrllH,rV ASSOClab 10U
held a poultry show In Newberg.
Nearly 150 blooded chickens were on
exhibition. Newberg has long ranked
high as a great egg-producing point,
and this show is awakening new in
terest among the breeders of fine fowls.
Vincent Sutton, postmaster at Ore-
ton, plead guilty in the United States
district court to embezzling $355.00,of
postofflce funds. He claims that he
did not intend to do any wrong and
that the discrepancy was due to his
Sneak-thieves broke Into the dress-
Iingroom of the Columbia theater at
Astoria Thursday afternoon and stole
a quantity of malo apparel belonging
i members of the Ida LcvlcK com
pany, preventing the appearance oi
the troupe in the evening.
A Madaison streetcable car.atSeat-
tle, lost Its grip the other night and
Plunged backward down a mil, wo
blocks long, at a terrific rate of speed.
lit was crowded with frantic passen
gers, and after Its wild flight was
checked it was discovered that no-
body wa3 hurt, the car being stopped
Roy "Warren, the 14-year-old son of
W. Warren, of Albany, went bunting
wis afternoon. Not returning nomu
t the nroner time, search was Insti
tuted, and the boy was found dead in
i Held near the cltv with, a Hole in mo
fight breast, made by the accldenatal
alscharge of his shotgun, now mo
accident occurred Is not known, as
tue boy was alone.
The Bimetallic sheriff, county clerk
md recorder, In Yamhill county, are
ayiriR their own deputies, urna
- j"v j.
the result of tlic success nf the Unlort
llltni'tnlllf ticket in Yamhill county.
The anility mik-crs, or Clackamas and
Linn countlis arc dolus the sitnuaiid
it will be a wiving or several thousand
dollars to the tiixp lycrs of tlieo coun
ties. l'conle SllOlllll iwim tlmlr inmnt t, p
IWO SWinO LTS. W Ml inVfi won nn.r.ii-
lug In Eastern Oregon towns. They
a.prcsclll themselves to be agent! of
01dg & ,.,,, p,, , . f
, '"' vv , , l",u'm,u' 'U(
.loxcs of what tlioy call gle
cea,s Pcr box aml Promise
loss, at fifty
cea,s Pcr 0ox ana Promise to send the
purchaser, at some later period, bilyer
ware or china. The contents of tic
boxes arc only parallne, worth about
live cents. Forty gullible persons at
Baker City and thirty at Milton were
fleeced by the swindlers, Who are de
scribed as oily of tongue nnd smooth
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as. they
cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
is a blood constitutional disease and in orde.
so cure it you must take internal renvdiesf
Hairs Latanh Cure is takenlnteintilly and
acts directly upon the blood and mucout o
faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack
medicine. It Was prescribed by one of ihe
best physicians in this country Jor years, and
is a regular prescription It is c .imposed of
the best tomes known, combined wiih jhe
best blood purifier, acting directly upon the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combination
of the two ingredients is what pro luces such
wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for
F. J. Cheney & Co., Totelo. 0.
rSold by all druggists.
Chicago, Dec. 30. George E.
mark, 7 years old, was killed by a trol
leycar at Troop and Eighteenth street,
Feed Bernier, tuotorman, was threat
ened with lynchlug, for killing the
boy, and was with great difficulty res
cued from a mob of Bohemlns, who,
Incened at the terrible accident, sur
rouned the car and dragged Bernier
from the platform, determined to
hang him. Patrsck Hanley, the con
ductor, managed to save Bernier from
the mob, and then a riot call was 6ent
to the MnxWcll-strcet station. The
polce took charge of the motorman
and conductor and locked them up.
Afterthe boy had been killed. Motor
man Berier took refuge in the car,
which stood within a few feet of where
the accident occured, and In an In
stant It was besieged by angry men.
He attempted to keep them out by
latching the noors on the Inside, but
they broke the doors in, knocked him
down and kicked and beat him for a
few moments in a shocking manner.
Blood Purifier Tonic.
TTnnT.TnM. Ore. Nov. 30. 181)0. "I
have been taking Hood's Sarsaparilla
for some time and uigtuy rccommenu
it as a blood purifier and tonic It
has helped mo more than any other
medicine that I have ever taken and
I highly recommend itto others who
need a blood purifier." Mrs. E. Crosby,
nood's Pills are easy to buy, easy to
take, easy in effect.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Call for Warrants.
Notice is hereby given that I have
cash on hand to pay all warrants en
dorsed up to April 0, 189o, and Inter
est on the same will cease on the date
of this notice. Dated December 10,
im' G. L. Brown,
12-10-2 w County Treasurer.
Byres Mills at Baker City is turn
In,' out four cars of illour dally.
The Method; !of a Great Treat
ment Wfor eakness of Men.
Which Cured Him After Everything
Painful diseases are bad enough, but when
a roan is slowly wasting away with nervous
we"kness,tbe mental tobodlng .re terr t.m
worse than the roost severe .pain. Thee s
Sleep Is almost impossible and under inch a
strain men aie scarcely responsible fpr what
let up to tbe roeniai suncnus " ""
"."! . - ..tkl. nH tinilrr such a
ihev do For years tbe writer roucu u
& on the troubled sea of s xual .knev
uriuTit was a question whether he had not
bd ter uie a dose of poison and thus ends
S bis Uouble?. But Provider g
tion came to his am in mc u " --- -nadon
of medicines that not only completely
stored the Ceneral health, but enlaced bis
weak and emaciated parts to natural sue and
vigor, and be now declares that any roan who
rm take tbe trouble to send his name and
Ks have the roelhodo fctaw-to
every wwwutu .. - ,.- -
expsnencc. ... . ... , An T nns, o,
S geTScb a remedy a, tbe one that curerd
me Do not try to study out how 1 can afford
m nav the few postaCe stamr necessary to
3 rhehinforrorUon.Cbut send for it and fearn
that there are a few things on ear h that
ahbough they cost nothing to get itey
worth a fortune to some men and mran to
lifetime of happiness to most or ui . write
Thomas Slaterfwox 30a JW..
snd the information will be mailed m a plain
7 -1&? .j . iTiM
IT' T imi.iii.i.i.H .i''-
' "(if 5 T"T fft
AVcGc (ablePrenaration for As
ling lacStonaths nraiBo-.ycls of
ncss nndltest.ContalnS nci(her
Opium.Morpuine nor "Mineral.
Not "NAnc otic.
Worms .Gonvulsions .Feverish
ncss end LOSS OF SLEEP.
"facsimile Signature of
OTorl.OnO.OOOboiosBOld.JOOXOOeuris proro lUpowortodostrortlioagslrefortpbacoolnony
form. No-to-bad Is tbe
beirreatBStnerre-foodlDlbeworld. Manr (rlnlOponniislniioaTsanaitpoTei
aYtirnpotont man strone, Tlcoroua and maKnetlc, Jtuttrra box. i on will d oe-
llKhtcd. We expect ou to bellere what we ar,tor a cure Is alisolntelf gnaranloea r arnwtma , erirr
w here. Send Jor oar bonxlpt "liont Tobacco Ppl t nnd Bitioao Your lilo Awar," written euarantco one
aus to mate trie weai
Mi eainDlQ. Address Till: H'riiKX,LNUUimUI V CO.. CMoaeo or fiew York.
SOLD AND GUARANTEED
JW' III UiilvUUv
The Willamette Hotel, Salem, Ors' oall a"in to the
redduccd rate now made persons visiting the capital city upon
offiaial or other business, The Willamette is located in the
business center of the city, opposite the postofficei also in same
building are the telegraph and Wells, Fargo L Co, ollices, 1 he
electric street cars, terminate and leave the liotel every few
minutes for all public buildings and other points of interest,
Every and all conveniences are offered to our patrons, lhe
viumH,Ac liMflniiafters for all oublic men, Is one of the
largest and best equipped hotelsin the northwest,
Very respectfully, WAfiNBB p
See those genuine Wcstenholm Carving Sets at
A full line of pocket and table cutlery, razors, shears,
etc, NoHhwestcomer State and Lioerty sts Salem.
im Rue D' Assas. Paris, France, who ts about to bring out a book on
' I?if Ju ttf.i., .0 The author. "Pelusing the books on the subject I was
1 1. Ostrocorski
American puuui.-. .- '-:"-: "" 7Th
I iead it. with the greatest interest." '
American political me
THE AMElllCAfSSlSfEl EXPOSED.
Published by Charles II. Kerr & CcVfctcgQ,UUB Price ,Sccnts. A band book for
citirens, legislators and students.,
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41. "TT3ij -- t".r nrui en ix j- .-
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The Primary -jAs
ci nf Polidcs" show, that'll
NlaewS5"er;;lb.treloj.jadir..ite ana nauona. . ,
tion until this evil has been re"1"","?' m,lh, of th, bosje, from New York to California
shlwfe 'heyh8Ve "ea,1"d tMt
""lfworkintr of the primary In city politic. I. .bovn up in our principal West.
e'" the perfected law adopted in California last year, but kneked out In the court, of
here find the factvof &?M?A Ka.U and ha, been .eviewed
Tlie School of I'oluics nas nu . others to read it.
by many leading Jonrnals. "-JJ" "f ffi SLtoi Tle author would be pleased
ffe&aiJrS.rui'B. on tbe ,ubjt under dUcuuion.
to reccic cw",",-"
,m ppppaRATION. "The Representative Prlnc
IS ON THE
, CisWrla Ii put vp la one-ttxo boitlci only, It
Is not told h bulk. Don't allow anrons to tell
Jron inytliiDg eh on tho plea or promlta that It
Is "just as good" and "vlll answer evirj pur.
poto." 3-gee t yon got O-A-S-T-O-fiA-A.
rtoUs jSflf SV7iZL Ucs
uroasaoa magnetic, jnn
)r r nm la atisoliitolr Knars
IlV D. J. FkV, Salem. Oregon.
ru i, wiiuiiuiv, ri
School of Politics.1 I was womietwg wnemer
in the west as we,, a In the East.
j ortl c- Tn tioa.
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k ,-v ("-- -i 1 rt cr.
It Sriould Be
corrupted primary U th8poIitlcal almeToJ the
poisKmed :r wu
hand book on legUtratlon
Proposals for Supplies.
1 ,51b. cans.
,, , . ... , li.-im,rt,i 25 lbs. Ciiyeuno standard ground In
TbU board of trustees bf tho Oregon ' g g. ' "
State Insane asylum Invites sealed j 25 Hwsage standard ground In ft lb.
Droo:?als-for furnishing at the asylum ; cans.
near Salem' Orion, for lx biontba
. . I
cnillnK June 30, 1897, tile following
2000 ytR l'equot A slicetlng 45 In.
unblciicbed us pcrsample.
2000 yds. Pcouut A slicctlntr 3Q In.
unblcacbed, as per buuitilc.
1000 yds. Lonsdale hliccltugSU In.
blcacbcd us pcr sample.
800 yds. Marseilles Check York Man
ufacture as per sample.
2500yds. Mariners Sttlpe Shirting
Amoskeatf as pcr sample.
1000 yds. lllu s Dcnluis Ooz. Atnos
keaK as per sample.
2500 yds. Canton Flannel Nashua
XXX, unbleached, as per sumplo.
300 yds. Crash Bleached 18 In. as
2C0 yds. iScllsln drab as per sample.
144 yds. white table oil cloth, Pot
tcrs as per sample.
300 yds. table linen, bleached 58 In.
as per sample.
f00 j ds. calico Indigo Blue Ameri
can. 1003 ds. calico, black and white,
Factrlc, Aniline, Lawrence & Co.
1000 yds. calico Turkey red small
stripes and small figures, Gainer &
30 doz. ladles' hose, cotton, as pcr
125 doz. men's socks, cotton 101, ns
10 doz. hdkfs. Turkey red, as per
24 doz. stay binding B& II No. 10
4 doz. corsets. Jslzo 22-3, 23-4, 24-8,
25-8, 20-7, 27-4, 28-4, 20-4, 30-0, ns pcr
0 doz. suspenders, men's 89 per
2 g gross pants buttons, as per
10 gross coat buttons, asporsdtriplc.
0 grots vest buttons, as pcr sample.
0 gross pearl buttons, white 4 holes,
lines 24, as pcr sample.
12 gross pearl buttons, smoked 4
holes lines 24 as per sample.
0 g gross shirt buttons F B as pcr
15 packs pins Eagle F. 32 & A B.
120 papers needles sharps size,
3 doz. knlttlnc needles No. 17.
7 doz. thimbles No. 8 as per sample.
15000 lbs. granulated sugar, (Ameri
20000 lbs. Golden C. Sugar (Ameri
15000 lbs. Liverpool salt, ,
1500 lbs. oat meal, In barrels.
10000 lbs. rolled oats, In barrels.
0000 lbs. cracked wheat, In barrols.
1000 lbs. cream wheat In barrelB.ii
2000 lbs. hominy, small, in barrols.
1000 lbs. hominy, largo, In barrels.
600 lbs. corn starch, Oswego.
400 lbs gloss starch, Klngsford'a 1
240 lbs. China starch.
5000 lbs. rice, Island.
300 lbs. soda, A & II.
400 lbs. cream tartar, Folger'a 25 lb,
ico ito. rani uuney.
50 lbs. beeswax, common -as per
50 lbs. beeswax, puro as per sample
40 doz. oystcis, Cove Fields No. 2.
40 doz. corn canned, Wlilto Lily
Now Crop. . .
4 doz. Worcesterslllro sauce, qrt.
4 doz. whisk brooms,
an An? "Kn. 1 host brooms.
40 gross Vulcan Safety matches, as
16 boxes Imacaronl In 8 lb. boxes,
white. . , .
2000lbs.com meal, yellow, in bar
rels. 0000 lbs. Costa Itlco coffee, as per
sample . .
600 lbs. Java cofleo, as per sample.
300 lbs. Mocha colTce, as pcr Bample.
1600 lbs. Chicory, as per sample.
COO lbs. Sal soda.
300 lbs. Chloride lime.
200 lbs. raisins, London Layers 20
lb. boxes. , .
100 lbs. Zantca currants,20 lb. boxes.
60 lbs. Chocolate Eagle, 1 lb. pkg.
10 doz. cans concentrated lye.Glant.
60 lbs. Pcarllno, James Pyle's.
50 lbs. bluing, Nuremberg, In balls,
T. n A. -
600 lbs. cheese, Cranston's or as
mwi. mnm or less delivered as re-
nnn His. soda crackers. XXX, inoro
or less delivered as.requlred.
2000 gal. syrup, bidder to submit
8a00 gai. molasses, Now Orleans, bid
der to submit pampas.
25 doz. tea cups. W G ware, at per
25 doz. saucers, W G ware, as pcr
1 doz. pitchers, toilet, W G wore, as
2 doz. pitchers, 1 gal. W G ware, as
0 doz, pitchers, cream, W G waro,
as pcr sample. ,
20 dozen soup bowls W G waro as
IW6dozen bakers 12 In. 'ft G ware as
8doMnebakcrsl0 Inch W G ware
0 dozen pie plates W G waro us per
12 dozen glass tumblers as per sam-
1 ii .IlIubi uk rwr aninTllf'.
2 dozen pepper shakers as per sample.
4 dozen butter chips W O waro as
beans small white as pcr
BOlioo cakes White Lily as per sample.
600 cakes Pecrlcwi Kitchen as per
BaiXCakes Shaving J. B. Williams as
84 cakes toilet.
600 lbs. pepper black standard
ground in 5 iu. cans.
100 lbs. mustard standard
In fi lb, cans. . .
25 lbs. mace standard ground in
ii- I i nnna"-
. lrO lift ftlnRef standard ground Id &
M lbs cinnamon standard around In
nA . nn
2000 lbs. even cbiingc.
o00 lbs. O K Durham 2 07.
8 dozen dust brushes as 'per sample.
8 dozen scrub brushes as pcr sample.
:: down uusicrs, osiricn reamer za
Inch as per samples.
OILS AND TUKPENTINK.
120 gal. turpentine In 5 pal. cans.
f0 gal.llneed oll,boilcd,in 5 gal.cans.
200 gal. kerosene, more or less, in
tanks, delivered as required.
83 pairs shoes, ladies, sUo 6-20, 5-25,
0-2o, 7-12, 8-0, as per sample.
31 gross shoo laces, 4-1.
COO bbl. No. 1 Hour, more or less, de
livered as required.
2o bbl. No. 1 graham flour, more or
less, delivered as required.
500 lbs. fish per week, more or less,
as required, kluds as required, stating
price of each per pound.
COO lbs. tbeef, per day, more or
less, delivered as required, equal parts
fore and hind quarters.
200 lbs. mutton, pcr day more or
less as required.
10000 lbs. dried prunes, bidder to
4000 lbs. dried apples, bidder to sub
2000 lbs. dried peaches, bidder to
30 doz. tablo spoons, as per sample.
0 doz. tea spoons, as per sample.
12 doz. knives, as pcr sample.
200 pipes and stems, as per sample.
4 doz. mop handles, ns pcr sample.
1 gross Paysori's Indellblo Ink, as
4 gross Falcon pens, I)
2 gross London Incandescent No. 4
2 gross GHlott's No. 404. .
Odoz pencils, lead, No. 4 (Johann
1000 gal. puro oldar Ylnegar, 40 grs.
Bidder to submit samnlcs.
2 kilogrammes ammonia raur.
1 kilogrammes ammonia bromide,
6 klllograramcs chloroform. In 600
crammo bottles. (Snutbb.)
ovu K'uiuuiua iiuLusaiiuu
dium tnrt. (Soulbb.)
- - .. ' . .t A-
(Squiou.) , , , ..
1 klloKrommo tlnct. opium dedd.,
(Sqblbb.y , , , ..
500 grammes Fowlor's solution,
600 grammes acid tartaric, Squibb.)
100 grammes mercury mass, Squibb.)
250 grammes zinc sulphnte,(Squlbb.)
500 grammes zinc oxide, (Squibb.)
1 kllogrammo iron pyrophosphate,
35 lbs. chloral Hydrate, P&W).
2 lbs. sodium phosphate, P & W).
25 lbs. potassium bromide, (P & W).
16 lUB. UC1U IIIUIUWU MPuni ""
glass stopper bottles, (Mai.)
10 103. ammonia niunuw jiunu.
20 lbs. borax powd ,
6gul. concentrated water of am
monia, In 5 gal. glass conUI nor, (Mai).
5 lbs carbolic acid, (Mai. gold label.)
C lbs. magnesia Carb. (K & M)
10 lbs. potassium powd.
12 lb. gum arable, select.
2 lbs. oil swcot orange. (Lobn &
4"oz.oUbay leaves, (Lehn&FInk.)
1 lb. nranulatotl arnica flowers,
(Lilly & Co..
1 lb granulated
1 lb. gr
cranulated Canada snakoroot,
1 lb. granulated columbo, (Lilly Ss
4 lb. granulated nux vomica, (Lilly
1 lb. granulated dandelion, (Lilly &
5 oz, autikamnln, 6 gr, tablots.
10 oz. phenacotlnc.
50 oz. Hulfonal.
8oz. pepsin, (BondaUlt.)
0 oz thyroids, (PD& Co.)
2 dpz. Wyoths beeMulce.
5 doz. cascara cordial, (P D & Co.)
1 doz. llsterine.
5 lbs. bromldla In 1 lb. bottles, (Bat-
20 lbs syr. nypophosphltcs co., In 5
lb. bottles. (Wampple.)
1000 empty capsules No.l,(P D & Co)
10 lbs. cocoa, U'Hiiini.i
r. 1 1, j 1 Tt,. rnm Blllt. PD& CO.)
r. iha. ti. pyL. iarsanarlHa co. for
..... T n Kr. Pji.i
"gaf. distilled witch hazel, (P D
Tablet triturates to bo In bottle of
500 each. ... ., ..... .
500 tab. triu aconiiin, inj"-
ivi tnh. calomel and sod, Dlcarb CO.,
ifSSa&i. trlt. cannabis lod.,(WycthO
600 tab. trlt.codelno nlpli.l(Wyotli.)
2000 Tab. Trlt Cerll Oxalate,
2SU'jJab Trlt Digitalis & Strych.
(Wfal.Trlt Opium (1 gr ) (Wycth.)
500 Tab. Trlt Podophylln, 1 gr,
vm Tab Trlt Dovcrs powders 21 gr.
(wyetb.fii .. AnM,nti
PillVSalol.'fc gr. (Wycth.)
1000 Hypodermic tablets, No. 48, In
bottles of lOOeaclOWycth.)
1000 Hypodermic Utblettf No. 08, in
littles oflOO each (Wyeth.)
1000 QulnineKulpii. capsules, 2 gr.
(P2flMOuliilno 'Sulph. icapsulw, 3nnd
i- i ii ii ii
5 gross cacti Circle A, extra
prescription corks, Nos. 2, 4, 5, 0
1 gross Cliclo A, extra lon
scrlptloit corks!, No. 10. 4 '
l grosi each prescription vials. Phrl
adcfphbi Oval 4 and 0 oz. (W T Co.
4 gro.s each tin ointment boey
i vi , f uz. and 1 m.
0 Kiusseuch liiij,'is;i p..u.w.iril j.lll
boxes, No? 29. 3uunJ !.
100 each WnitcJj'iUi.r papers 10 In.
200 "White Filler papers 13 nnd 151a
(WL'&QQ.) t-K j,
1 glass mbrtar'2 oz. (WT& Co. "
3 (toz. piedicinu glasses No. 0. (Wi
2 doz. Empress syrnges,No. l.( W T
1 doz. Davidson's syringes, No. 2.
I lb.. Jtqrlllzed lambs, wooljlri Toz.
packages", (J Si J.)
1000 powder tnyclbpcs, 2x3i ln as'
sample. 4 ,
1 doz. Chamois, ils sample.
1 doz. Broino Seltzer, medium. ',
100 each 3-lOxli and3-10ri fnch Nor
way Iron carrlaio bolts.
6o'cachTxH;4x4'afid ixWrifth "NCfr
way iron carriage bolls.
50 each 5-10xli, 5x2, 5-10x4, 5-16x5
Inch Norway Iron carriage bolts.,
60 each 1x2 andlx4 Inch 'Norway
Iron carrlugo bolts. "-'
60 fx2, x4, 4x3, and 1x0 inch coach
50 each 1x1, 1x2, ix3, 1x4 inch Nor-;
way Iron machine bolts.
60 each x2, 1x3, 1x4, 1x5 inch Nor
way Iron machine bolts.
60 each 1x3, 1x4, 1x5, 1x0 Inch Not-'
way Iron machltio bolts.
100 round head stove bolts 3-161 -Inch.
0 Hat bastard flics 12 inch.
0 Hat Mill bastard tiles 12 luck. . , -3
hair round tasUrd Hte 12 Hse.'
2 each 4,0, 8 awl 10 Hat mllltt).
2 Heller Bros. hore nwps 18 I bed.
5 lbs each 1 and 1 1 nek wasitef,
1 gross each 1, U, 11, and 2 inch Ns.
2 round head screws.
1 gross 2 inch No. 9 round iwad
1 lb 1 inch oval bead copper tacks.
3 lbs Much oval head ,copper tacka.
300 feet of i Inch round 'Norway
100 feet each 6-10, I, 7-10, 1 and f
round Norway Iron.
50 feet each 1x1, ix, 1x1, xl Had
1x11 Norway iron.
10 feot each 1 and i Inch oclagoe
3500 lbs blacksmith coal (like sam
ple.) ,. ,
20 feet Too steel Ixl inch.
15 feet Toe steel Ixl inch. 1
ion lbs Burden horso shoes, No. 2
60 lbs Burden horso abbes, 1x0.
hind. , , .,
6 lbs each Putnam horso shoo nails.
Nos. 6, 0, 7, and 8.
12 sheets No 24 11 G black iron 30x00.
4 sheets each galvanized sheet Iron
No 18, No 20, and No 22, size 30x06.
1 box LX bright charcoal tin 20x28.
2boxcsl.XMenlo redlppcd roollnK
100 lbs solder 1 and 1.
1000 tinned rivets, 0 lbs.
1 bundlo 03 lbs of No 1 JtlaW-irnn -
"50 bushols charcoal.
1 tinner's hand snips, Peck, Stow
Wilcox, No 8.
24 elbows 1 Inch.
24 tecs 1 Inch. ,. . , , ..
12 each sockot couplings t, 1 and U
12 'cadi flange Unlous 1 11, 11 and
0 caoh flange unions 21, 3 and
Inch. . . , , ,
21 each plugs 1, !, 1, 1,1,1 J, H. and
24 each bushings ilxt, Ixl, Ixl.lx
12 each reducing elbows llxl.lxl,
12 right and loft couplings 1 inch,
24 right and left cast clbovs 1 inch.
12 compression hoso blbba for lro
plpo with Btuftlnir box and swivel dtee
ti Inch, finished, .
0 compression basin cooks .No 1
nlcklo plated and swivel disc.
1 package brass safety chala No 1.
0 rubber bath plugs 11 inch,
72 each boss bibb washers iasal
72BUeriiWUt kwe clamps forlhee.
12hoecourtl&K8 llnch. . tr
1 grosfl hose washers linen.
100 feet each of 1, liH, 1
4Mu;lll. ., . , , . . M.
00 rect eacn 01 1, "" 1 w.
12 'elbow humor cocks i inch.
0 Scotch gaugo bimki tun ibww.
12 feet of Oarlock spiral Istoa 9M-
ini iitt yds of Jonklni liiwWr?
sheet packing wlro lnsertlpe t lucfl.
7 Columbus sink coupling (eow-
P28o' lbs dry asbestos cement foltlwf.
1 Barnes three wheel pipe cttr No
"'l plumbors shave hook.
1 Eureka plpo bender for 11 i&ch
C2 Franklin plpo wrenches 18 Inch,
Samples maylbo seen at tlw com
missary of tho asy UHi, Goods ui
bo In accordance with eamplesaadW
original packages, when j-2?
right to reject any ami a-U bW ?
served. Delivery of tmplli w4
bo rwiulrcd within bf tcea itoys' mtom
of acceptance of bid. Wd fj
include all tbo items and totnrU
full, with the exceptloa o fcw
mint. nnd Ush. Payment will wA to
made until the bkWer la eowf;
his contracU A copy of tl ndte
merit must nccompany ewhW W4
thonanwof the clana of BuPfk,
incrlbcd on tho envelope. Auditing
oftlcers arc prohiuitcu irom wuanmuij
accounts of purchase when the wr
tlsment does not contain m
crlptlou of tho articles to bo wr
ebucd BaoU Mddor w I bo roquTrer
to furnish with his bid wrtHw"
check In an amount equal w W
cent of his bid (Bavottat for our he
check Is to bo for 300. for meat m.
forllsh976,)piwble to the- orOer
tbo board, to bo returned itt c his
bid IT rejected or liia , Wg !
p led with. Bids wt'l b,W; ,l?
governor's otllco at 2:30 oYlocK ft W.
im' . WM. PLORl,
Board of Trustee O. B. 1. A.