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m. i.nnns sends Its chimes once more SftSSSdptata. by sounding shore, ,tflfeofalort With lOtUOBCUlMi'" . w v. tu. n-nndrous story of the star S-S5 men follow from afar! trnndrous mirucie 01 cnux, ffit was b2r?J? ' W-CS L., itnw he uvea, uuu ""ft"'. '", Suffered and was crucified. -wi ho story rich and old iS'1' !.n.1-5riiln hells have tnlrt. JddTngln their Joyous strain bat from death he rose ngaln. v-.n may gladness fill the earth vTtho day which speaks his birth; E;hflomde'9allT;umanBlory, i"? " l ' '";. Y s natal TdavT' ' I Ider over land and s wells me !"" "" j"- '- -"- ,.jw nmiirt Klnedoms rlsoand fall. KVitTby eign surpasses all; P!:i. Jnirihalcd hosts prevail. tnrnone Thy victories bewail: Wva by faith Thy conquestsarc, fecetiil as was Bethlehem's Star. Vnndrous Star and wondrous story I l.imiw ln e and wondrous glory I Increasing as the ages fly, iDd UOUUUlusa io v.w ....j Fhlmins bells, Oh chant again fcu. a n5et Iivmn on llethlehem's plalnl lerrj le. the greeting be iOUmling IU1UUB" mjuwmmj . liCt my pu.ua uo B"i, ' mil If benrts.nrc sad . t,.n tossed on sin or sorrows wave- Snow. Oh heart I that Christ can save 1 Santa Olnus. Kanta Claus is wonderfully popu- lust now. His name is in the liitbs of all the llttlo folks ; sun- queer epistles arc indited to beseeching a remembrance in 'p slmne of a doll, o rocking-horse, trumpet, or some much desired Possessed of boundless re- Irces in Santa Claus, in the be- f of childhood : a charming vari- of mysterious gifts are at his dis- al : and more than that, ne nas 3 enviable reputation of liking to bke the little people happy. Never s a saint more extensively popu- fhe history of Santa Claus a rious mixture of truth and fable L's far back into the ancient time. jnturies ago a child was born in lia Minor who received the name Nicholas. His parents were Jalthy and of high rank ; and de ling to express their gratitude to bd for the birth of their son, they lolvctl to educato him for the Jristian priesthood. The child Is sober and thoughtful, and hile yet young both his parents id, and he inherited their great lalth. He considered the riches a ;red trust ; ho fed the hungry, ho ithed the destitute, aud perform- all kinds of good deeds as secretly possible. As a priest he was patly beloved ; as a bishop lie con- bued liis benevolence : after his pith the Church canonized him, Id became one of the greatest of Itron baiuts. He was revered as je helper of the poor, the protector the weak, and as the especial Itron saint of little children, who bre taught to believe that their Sod gifts came from him. Many praculous incidents were added to go story of his life, which the uu Itored people fondly believed. into Nicolaus was the name given m by tho monks, and this was miliarly changed to SantoNic'laus, id finally clipped down to Santa. laus, who is still represented as re- lining his old habits of secret nevolence, and coming down the aimuey at night, laden with uristnina presents for children. pleasant fiction it is to them, un- t the cover of which that charm- g secrecy concerning the donors of fts is kept up, though llttlo eyes ad ears and minds are keen, anu Juita Claus is usually very well iowii to thom as a much more fodem personage than old St. ieholas. But the children enjoy be harmless pretense, tho mystcri- as filling of stockings, and Uie bavily laden Christmas tree. A Jerry Christmas to the llttlo ones, ad to all who lovo them ! In Lot? With Hli Wife. "What can I do to regain my hus- uuua luver' writes .aire. vi"u rTnrnnln Cl.n nAAa flint. BCVell ears ago she was married under lie most happy auspices anu uih s-viiiuiuilS 81UC0 Iiappill ;" u uer uomesiio uie; iiiuu no" iiiwi iuiw.tni..innf in i.id mniiner kiinw1 i.- ....ah ..... l.n lu nnaltl "muiicf, until uuw m i" -- tr-j livm lure, xv. iji en " i tore but if she ia afflicted with tlis- ps peculiar to her sex h u Pieeks have lost their bloom, aud er eyes their sparkle it may explain Bie causa of hnr cnmnlain. In t" vent rp iior-n'a Wuvnrlto nrescrip- on will eflfect a magical change pm restore tier to iieami. vai" mi InvicoratiiiK tonic Dr. lMercefl lavorito I'rorintiou imparts jfrcngth to tho whole system, and 3 me womb mm Its appenuaB1 nrtiii. i.'- ...n.kiii worn- ut, ruiMlown. debilitated teachers lilllUPFH dnmrnntnriL BealTlStrOSSes P girls, ljousekeepers, nursing lothers, nnd feeble women pouerai f, "aurite Proscription' U the i" hi-i ns r.n appetizing wu" - -i'Jruii ionic. fn"U he-son the ground six Inches DAUGHTERS OF EVE. consul, ls cneo, the beauties of the Pacific Mrs. Mackav has presented the Princess Mrs. Logan has secured nil tho mementoes 1 artd ?USband trtocan S? anl aas arranged a memorial room. Ctara Mayer, the ingenue o tho German rtagoji. no longer young and prettyTS raved over by sentimental maidens. Frau Iledwig Xiemann-Uaabo, the re nowned German actress, i, smalf Saturt with regular features, but not beautiful Queen Margherita, of Italy, is making a collection of pearls w.th a view to decoratin- brX th WCddinS dreS3 of ber S Queen Victoria will present a fine painting of herself to Princo Bismarck as a souvenir of her visit to Berlin, for which ho wiU re turn a chromo. Kov.CarrioJ.Bartlett.whoused to bo n -Minneapolis newspaper woman, has been for nearly two years tho pastor of a Unitarian church at Sioux Falls, Xlinn. Donager Empress Victoria of Germany will resido for some months with Queen Vic toria in England, and eventually tako up her residence with her eldest daughter in Sase-Meiningcn. Lady Cardigan, widow of tho English earl who led the chargo of tho Light brigado at Balaclava, is threatened with imprisonment for debt. She has largo estates, but dislikes parting with ready money. Queen Victoria has accepted a birthday gift from Miss Hood, one of her maids of honor, inthoshapoof a painted tablo, tho work of the donor, the design of which is bluebell and mountain ash, with tho queen's mono gram and crown, and tho date 1SSS. Mrs Oscar Wilde is said to wear the same ''best" dress through the 8oason. If not the samo dress, it is made on tho samo plan, being a white clinging silk, embroidered down tho front in gold and adorned arounc. the neck with a high standing ruff a la Queen Bess. ' Tho young Princess 'Wllhelmlne, of the Netherlands, who is 8 years old, is being edu cated in a democratic way. Nono of her teachers is allowed to address her as "royal highness" or even as "princess" during school hours, ard she is allowed to play on equal terms with street children. Mrs. Garfield has an income- of $25,000, $3,000 of which comes from tho government in the shape of a pension. General Garfield's estate netted the widow about f 40,000, and in addition sho received ?25,000 insurance on his hfo. Congress gave her 40,000, and the popular subscription raised just after Gar field's death amounted to $312,000. DRAWING ROOM GOSSIP. Tho paraphernalia of tho household in In dia is now introduced with great success at tho country homes of our own rajahs. Oscar Wilde says that the most beautiful room is that from which nothing can bo taken away without spoiling its appearance. Umbrella and cano stands combined, mado of bamboo, are now and pretty, but havo no padlock to prevent purloining tho umbrella. Hammocks havo become very elaborate, and the ordinary Mexican affair has been superseded by elegant ones of silk cord and fringe. One kind of a bird docs not mako a sum mer, nor does a "baby waist" on a woman of five-and-twenty convey tho idea that sho is on infant. Garden and lawn fumituro in tho lino of chairs, settees and rustic benches is very pretty, and fashionable poopla lovo to sit down outdoors. China and glassware aro now specially mado for country houses, nnd iu pattern and decoraticn beautifully appropriate. In creased opportunities for tho wealthy to enjoy this life aro to bo noted on every side. India water coolers are afashionable house hold necessity now and are coming into ex tensive use. They keep ico an entire day in a temperature of 75 degs., besides being orna mental aud enabling us to start a Calcutta conversation. BASEBALL TALK. Tbo Denver club has disbanded. Catcher McCloskoy has signed with tho Buffalo club. Sutton, Burdock and Brown will soon bo released by Boston. Pittsburg will probably secure Pitcher Daly, of tho Jersey City club. tho Canton (0.) dub. . will White, the onco famous piteher, wui nTo the boxfor the Cincinnati Red. for a UgabeforethoseasonUover. ' gaT between the Plfed Ed Beotin to given . Wr urn, out to be one of tbetx pi u Another ?JXivtritM befom pitching goodUU WJWfc, BUn06tconfl. encTthat&t wS ta Ptur. U pennant." CREATION'SjWf" OROERa ABocBSWrfInAlto,y0'WhIfU, TT M. Dy. rf 3em?' " JTteE aud EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL TKAXSroKTATIOX. THE YA0UINA ROUTE. OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD And Oregon Development company's steamship Hue. :35 mile shorter, 20 hours less tune than by any otber route. Klrst class through passenger and freight lino from Portland nnd all points In the "Wil lamette valley to nnd from San Francisco. TIME SCHEDULE, (Kxcept Sundays): Leave Albany 10 1" At LeavoCorvnllls 1:I0IM rrle Ynniilna - &JUI M Leave Yaqulna ....... -(HI AM Lenvo Corvallls lft.Vi A M Arrive Albany 11:10 AM O. & C. trains connect at Albany nnd Corvallls. Tho above trains connect at YAQUtXA with thn Oregon Pielopment Cos Line jf Steamships between Yaqulna and San Francisco. SVIMNCI DUES. STEAMERS, FROM SAJFKANClSCO Willamette Vallev, Thursday Dec fl. Willamette Valley Monday " 17. Willamette Vnllev Sunday " SO. STEAMERS. FROM YAQU1XA. Willamette Vnlley. Wednesday Pec. 12 Willamette Valley .Monday " 24 This company reserves tlio right to hange sailing dates without notice. N. B. P.isengers from Portland nnd nil Willamette Valley points can make closo connection with tho trains of the YAOPINA P.OITL nt Alluny ofCorvnllls. and If destined to San Francisco, should arrango to arrive at Ynquinn the evening before date of sailing Passenger and Freight I'.Mes Alwtns thf Lowest. For Information apply to Messrs HULMAN r-o.. Freight and Ticket Agents iSX) aud 202 Front St., Portland, Or. or to O.C. IIOQUK, Ao't Gcn'l Frt. A Pass. Agt., Oregon Pacific U. It. Co., Corvallls, Or. O II. HASWELL, Jr. Oen'l Frt; A Pass. Agt. Oregon Development Co., B0I Montgomery st.; San Francisco, CnP TIME TAI1LE-1UVEU DIVISION'. Thoelegantly equipped Rtennilxvxts. U'm M. Hong, Cnpt. Oei). ltaabe; tho N. S. llentley, Cnpt. J. IP. Coulter; the Three Sisters, Cnpu V. P. Short; nro In service for passenger nnd freight tralllc between Corvallls and Portland and Intermediate; points, making three round trips each week as follews: NORTH HOUND Leaves Corvallls Mon day, Wednesday and Friday nt 8 a. m. Arrives nt Salem Monday, Wednesday and Friday at3 p. m. Leaven Salem Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at (1 a. m. Arrives nt Portland Tuesday, Thursday nnd Satur day st 3:30 p. m. t-OUTH IIOPND Leaven Portland Mon day. Wednesday and Friday nt 0 n. in. Arrives nt Salem Monday, Wednesday nnd Frldavat7:15 p. m. Leaves Salem 'lues day, Thursday and Saturday nt (I a. in. ArrKes at Corvallls Tuesday, Thm-sd-iy Saturday at 3:30 p. in. , , For fi-clght and passenger rotes apply to tho captains and pursers of tho respective boats, or to W. M. Darling, agent, SU) and 303 Front street, Portland; Ullbert Pros., ngents, Salem; I. M. Adair, agent, Albany C. A. Mlllcr.nRent, Corvallls; or totho gen eral freight and passenger agent, CorvalllH. O. A C. trains connect nt Albany and ora s. j10VVKjfi superintendent. Win. 110AG, General Manager. Overland to California VIA Soiitlmni Pacific Company's Line. TliK MOUNT SHASTA ROUTEL Time httvteen Salrm and San Francisco Thirl) -$U Hoars. (LJTOBMAJRXrISTllAISnAII.1r 'South. I I "rth. . 4.00 p. m. b:ll p. m. Lv. Portland Ar. 10:45 n. in. I.v. Salem Lv. 7:Kla. in. 7: la a. m. Ar. Han Fran. Lv. 7:00 p. m. rnnl. lAH.1KN(ir!lt TKAIN " DAILY "EX. ChlT BUJiliAT;, Lv. Portland Ar. I 5: . in. Lv. Salem Lv. l'AW p. in. Ar. Kugeno Iv. I U.W " m. PULLMAN BUFFET SLBBPBRS. TOURIST SLEEPING CARS, For accommodation of heconit das pateugeni nttuclied to oxprewi trains. F'ruoO. A C. llallroad ferry moke con. nectlon with nil the regular trains on tho Kati Blue jhwmuii "i" i"""" ""'i Portland. Yest Side Division, Between Portland and Cervallis: IIAII.Y EXrWT HWNPAY). -m u m. I L . Portland Xf. "ft0 p. III'. ...jm. .. ..-. 1 A IVir'alllH Lv. ISJ)1I.I". I"" -" I , ' iUV p. Ill ""At Albany and Conuliu eaniiect with iralnsofOrinPaclncltallroad. 'llmjughtlekeutoall jwlnts couth nnd mat via uiiwrai. -JJD. m-ILv. l'oriland Ar. B:O0 a, in. 8il) P. m. Ar.McMlnnvlllel.v. &K n. in For full Information regarding rate, mops, etc., apply to me uumpmi su., ILKOBHLKii; Manager. Oregon Railway and Navigation COMPANY. -Columbia River Route.' iTalni for th MM llve I1rtlai(l . iltnd Jii WdilSy. ?Ukeu to and fn Srmipil IbI " be "n" 8to,N'' ,B' da and Kuropa. ELEGANT PUIMANM PALACE CARS 6XPMM tWlM W OMAHA COUNCIL HLUPKfl ami HT. PAUL Fre of Charge ni Without Change. nM' A. L MAmi " T A H M01C0MB, Ot J. ner Projiosals for Sullies. T11K 1IOAKD OF TUUSTKK3 OF TltK Oregon f tate lnanp nyhmi hereby invite sealed proposals ror AimWlilng at the nsylum nenrSnlem, Oregon, the follow ing supplies for the six months, commenc lugiJummry 1, Lv; GKOCKUIKS. ftX01bLierp.xi salt, flue. aIO " snip, Kirk's wvon. 40J " Mackerel, No. I extm mess, 'SS CHtCh. 720 " Tea, U.S. brand, nmchong. IXX) " Totwcco, nnpldan brand. SX) " Corn starch (Oswego) 141 " tlloss starch iOsmo) 17 " China Starch. S00 " Nxla crackers, extra, (delivered as wnnled.l ICO ' ItaKlns, Collfornla layer. UW Uerniea SHirrv's proce. VMM ' sugar, (WW gulden C, 4AX) granu lateil. !W ' Cliew.e, Cranston's or ns gixid. 1(W) ' Corn lueal.irold dust, frwli ground 1AX) ' Cracked wheat.tVesh ground. VXJ ' li.il meal, fnli Kroiind. I'M ' Course lnmilnv, frecli ground. HI0 ' ltolkxl it, (tSirinaek's patent) 'XO ' Dried currants. 1000 ' Dried npple, mnehlne dried. 1000 Italian pruneK, luaehlno dried. &KX3 ' Choice Island lice. No. 1. X) ' Cream or tartar in luilk.J. A. Fol- gcr's extra. 100 Cocoa. 141 ' Caibsoda.CACo. A and Hibrand. 11X) ' While castlle Mmp (Conll) 41XX) ' Little bite lcn. 1100 ' Pearl tmrloy. MX) CodlUh (boneleM.)lti bulk, lMclllc coast. 15 doz HnHims No. 1 extra tdilild. IS ' Cans oysters, llliio ltllitn. ltl ' Concentrated 1) o (American.) 15 ' Scrub liriibhe (No S) VI lms itiru. Wllislow. 4 ' 1 pillon ns aborted pie fruit (I.USK.) B ' lllacklngbrushen.No 81: all bristle, 8 ' Hath brick. T . itli.l.n. llllMiimiloin T i. . IMIIIIIK, UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIV. 4 ' wooilen palls, ash H lumps. l'JOOgiil Syrup, extra golden, American rellned. 250 gids. coal oil, CO gallon tanks, pearl brand. 100 gal. Molasses, Orleans extra. VINKOAll. 300 gal. purejilder vinegar, 40 gr. COFFKK. 1800 lbs Costa Hlcn, first grade. 150 ' (loNcruinentJaMt. 75 ' ltoal Mocha. 400 ' Chicory. SPICES. 150 lbs Illack Pepper. ; Cinnamon. GO ' (linger. JO Allspice. M Mustard. IU ' Cloes, all standard ground. CUOCICF.HY. doz. Teacups w Itliout handles, V. O. ' Soup (ilatcs 7 Inches, XV. CI. Dinner plates 7 Inches, V. O. ' Pic plates, W. O. bonis, I .it., W. (1. Vegetable dlshCM 0 10 Inchos nnd 0 12lmliCH, W. (I. ' Wash jiltchers, W.C. Meat plaltera, onchalf 10 Inches and one-hulf Vi Inches, W. O. ' Ono gallon pitchers, . (1. 1 Cliumbcr MtosclH without covers, V. CI. 1 Cllass tumblers. ' Glass syrup pitchers. (llass saltcellars. ' tllass pcpjr boxes. ' ljintcrns, rellcctors. ' Ijuitcrn globos. ' Ijiinp clilmneys, K " sui M A hinge HAHDWAHK. 8 doz Plat mill llles, 10 Inch. 2 ' linstnid UK, 10 Inch. 10 feet octagon Meol. 50 feet well Kiind U round Iron Norway 10 lb each and X blank nuts. IU caso Albany splndLi oil. 1 caso Albany oyllner. II grass screws, assorted size. 2 dosen 2x2 wrought Iron butts. 4 kegs 8-peimy steel nails, rough. 4 ' 10-puuuy steel nails, rough. 12ructnteull4:tl. DHY C100D.S. 175 lbs Yarn, all wool, 100 whllo, 75 blve. 1000 yds Canton Flannel, Nashua XX. UU ' Marseilles York MTg. Co. checks. aw ' Ixinkdale lino sheeting, SO Inol-es. 411) ' Cabot A llwlght MTg. Co. la) ' Mariiien.' stripe (AmoskuHg) U00 ' Poquot hliectliiK.SUA 111. heavy. HM) ' Peiitiol sheeting, U, Inch heavy. :!U0 ' clieckllnnnel, Continental. loo Toweling, red and blue check. Hi) ' Calico, American, full standard. 100 ' Tablo oil cloth. luo ' Llnolemn . , 10 doz MeUil-buckel horn combs 8 In. 10dozKxUwhlUithreHd,Nol0iiilleend 15 ' Palm susiKinderH Turkey rl Iiundkerohlefs 12 ' Skki1s white linen thread. No 2n 2 grow Knitting needles, No 16 CLOTH. nmiriirfW linnvvfwuattufre iMtiits cloth (M wide, llnwin go. ids. hstmples to be submitted with price. UKANITKIUONWAKK 6 Oblong pudding iIUIim, HHxS !. 1 Coirwlsjller, pit bottom No.U UMrU 1 Coitw)lx)llerlliitboltm,No,lll)qt 31 Horn water pitchers No 55,5 qU 2 IHK'P stuw iians l)Vix I In., 8 quarts 2 IHHipslHr iin10KxK. 'U"rt 12 Hulling spoons 18 In long 12 IleepdUh puiis2Is7.nO lts. 6 Slop Jars with balls No a S Swuiiless square xilis No 118, 18 In NumlHun taken fromCJuldsinlth A Ixiw. en berg Price LUl FIXJUH 100 to .100 barrels Hour, best rolltw process, U be delivered us required HTATIONKHY Ml l.va iAl rilllnll'M fiAns S Ixmdon InmndesoenlPen Co, No A naimltial BqtslnkjSiits Arnold's, I ql Htafford's It doz Id penells, Fulxr's No 2 and 3 if j-aywin inuciiiDiB ins II reiiis lttr r, Live Oak MKATH SfiOisMindsporMay. more or !, of bs and iHUltfln.m rwiulrod. In ejunl jsirU of four nnd hind auurlws HUOrM AND I.KAT1IKH 9 iUo lsdlss' shiMM, a vn No 1; 13 lalrs JfoTsi jmlrs No S; M inlrs No 4j 31 lr No ' gfWJ hoe Uch. 4-1 I s4h l4aUlng ia - nuim rusll's Iuslvv mUtM to IX 1 side barnfM Iwthsr. Oregon extra rood 3d SiMa pain mH's lisavy sImsm. sfltcti owkM !! Soil. TilminSoK 8 in .'so r, hj istira u m n jiain No mOiNo7 .t 1. i.A lt... . IAl tuln Vn mVt mIm No. h9 pslr. No Ut. H 'rs HHI wammrm IIWIIrWT illr. ivi immtim '- , Jlo II, pairs o ; pair u i wttii slda haadloi. wlivd at 39Wff nvrm wuh inw . ll a V1UI wnwii IIAM, IMW. g Jrlprln r WM" )or inettt dcarp uuMto alM siusK tUal with lust'T wirrrlm and welt turn! uodrr wiU umi h ourtMna. H t'lppibK sn isi it In. h- lv 1 Inrlm ,l , , U..V- rtltiiMiiairi.n win dSD)' wir run and wtU turned under wuh smooth corners. I milk enn ltxlt Inches fitted for a 1-Inch laucct with movnblo strainer 6 Inehe deep, fitted with llangcs to rest on top of tho can. . . . 24tlarlngpnnsofXXXXtln.il Inches on bottom 15 Inch top, and 4 Inches deep. 8 bread ins 17x31 Inches by :t Inches deep made of 3d Hussln Iron with heavy wire rim nnd well turned under with smooth corners. 12 dozen pint cups of XXXX tin and henvy wire top ldoren 1-quart dippers of XXXX tin nnd heavy wire top 0 dozen 1 quart pressed puns, ns jier snni ple. Stl dozen tin chambers of XXXX tin as per sample. 1 bundle No. IS galvanized Iron 2 feet 0 Inches by 8 feet. 1 bundle No ao Knlvnnlied Iron 2 feet 6 In dies liy 8 llvt. 5 ft-et tine brass Mraluer cloth. 1 No 1 lsure burring machine, with Stan dard encased stow 's. 1 NoSstming dow u machine with Standard Stow's. 10 sheets of pci forated tin, Ux20, ns sample. nuuc.s. 1 lb. Solution of Iron ftirtlnetuiv. " , Fl. extract mteam sagrada. I , PI extract onrot.Squlbhi 1 . Fl oxtmi't rbus nminntU'ii. 2 , Fl extract mrhHintrllln mip syntp 1 ; ll extract valerian 6 , .Muriatic neld commercial W , Tannic aeld 1 , ll.rlcacld 1 , IVrlMillo aeld, crystals fl , lllcnrb soda 2 , ltrom imtnsli 1 , lodldn Hlasli 2 , Hrom ammonia 1 , Powd mur nnunonla I , Powdixirbainmiinla 1 , Sulph lne, Squlbbs 1 oz Citrate llthla !l lbs Subnlt bismuth, Squlbbs 2 , saeli pepsin, Schellers 5 , Ouiu camphor 2 , Powd Hloes, soo 1 , Powd acacia 25 , Fpsom wills 15 , Oround llaxswd 25 oz Sulph quinine, P A X , Sulph Shu phlne, P .V V 10 , Autlpyilno X lbs annum inxins, .-Mexican 10 , N'ascllne 1 . Pyrophosphate it on 1 , O C pills, S C P D A Co ICC pills, t) C P D A Co 1 CI! pills, hull P D A Co SOO Phosphorous pills 1-50 grains, P 11 A Co 2 lbs Strong other, Squlbbs 4 , Chloroform , 1 , Oxldorlno 2 oz Oil cloves 8 , Oil lemon 2 , Ollorango 2 , Oil peppermint 2 , Oil rossmnry 1 yd Silk Islnzlass plaster while, S A J Vlldoz Strengthening plasters, S AJ 2 lbs Sbcepwiwl siHinges 000 each Linply capsuU-s Nos 1 and 2 61X) each Kmpty capsules Nos Jliind 4 1 gro lvach i-orks Nos 0 i 1111 biives. No an .XISU nun u.x.v iia mug 1 , Powder boxes No 52 H Tin olntiueiit boxes 1 oz loz bottles, Phlla ovals 8 K . 4 , , , i l-t , tl , , , 3 cal Port w I mi m, , if doz Davidsons syringes No 2 S gal Maker's A A casloroll 3 , (ll)cerlne :i , drape brandy 3 , Sherry wine 10 , Alcohol 5 bills Sal soda 17 lbs Japan wax 1 libl (!Ki lbs) Chloride llliio 1 can (II lbs) Iluliach Insect jsiwder, 1 skein ouch Nos 1 2 3 4 5 U 7 and 8 sur geon's silk, Turner's patent. ,, . 1 Iw.ttl., Ij.ulnr'd riirlmlliil rallMllllimtUlO. Samples may bo seen at tbuolllcuof tho Hoard ofTrustccs, and g'Hds must, bo In accordance lliciuw It li. Tho board teservis tho right to reject any ami all bids. Dellxery or supplies will bo required w It bin ten days aller nollro ofao ceplanceof bid. A copy of this ndvertls inent iniut accompany well bid. lhu naino oft he class orstippllcs bid upoiunusi bo wrlllen iiHm Ibo envelope. Knell bid iiuiMl liu'luilniill tbo Items In tlm special class bid niKiii, and must glxoall tliolteius and totals lli.lnll Willi exccpllous of bid on meat ami Hour. Auditing olllci'rs aro prohibited by law from continuing accounls of pur chases when advertisement does not sui tulu a full and complete docilptluii oflho kinds of articles lo be piucliascil. JHds will becousldeiedat 2 o'clock p. in. "lues, day, January 8, Isso. Si i.vixri'.ii Pknnoviui, (IMi. W. Mi'llilini:, tl. W. Wt.nn, Uiwild of Trustceus. Vl. H. M UN l.v, Clerk of Hoard. HAN FKANCIHCO, Nov. 1st, 1888. Messrs. WKLLKll HltOH., Halem, Oreijoii , (Icntlemen: We had Ilia pleasure ro. centlyof mulling shipment lo you of our now "SVhlto CKM, Kxtnicts, and send you by imiil hnlay a very iut show raid whlehwu would like J ou to place promi nently In your slofti, and which will will tlieattentlnii of your trade lo the goods. It him been our Intuition for smn lime iwstto place iiMin the inarkel the llimst lino of flavoring extracts inanufactiireil In this country, and nner months of study and exiwrliimnllng with the prominent brands now berore me puouo we iiauuv last suceeded 111 placing before you a quab Ity wliloh beyond iloniil lias no suiwrior. We wn not U) strongly Impress upon you that you win unlieslUitlnnly recom mend them to your customers as uie uuwsi that can possibly be iiiumifKOtured. The uiikniMi unit stvle uenerully Is such as to nttraet attention, and weprwllet that when your trade have tested the quality of tho goods your sula for " While cross uxiruuis will be large. Ily complying with mir request you will confer it favor iisjii yours truly, A. WIIIIXINO A CO. PRINTING. QNKOKT1IK IIHJFJST KMTAIILIHII. mwiU In the Stale. Lower ( ralwi limn . jrtlund. Ir.l stock ls i"k" '" the8Ut.a'd tlgg dUemint. 8iid for dlsetMllit. Bnd foi iK. and jHtalevye o ft M. WAlTH, r, HahMti, Oregon. nnM lis. r.i Mil. iiriiiiiiiic. am. .nsw ... ....... -- i -, ., iroi uianss. i fitwin Print, Tn nUVSX.S'aTJIDB u issued Mj:h and Bept., eaah ydar. II is an ouoy- (Olopeulo 01 iuwjui "" motion for all who par cbasa the Juxurioa or th .....ItlMa nf ltfa. Va -I..Y-. -.. .ml furnish TOU with nan BiUliv jv. ' t all th n04.iary and unnMa-ary appllanOM to ride. walk, doneo. loap, Mt, fish. hunt. work, so to ehurab. or star at horn, and in vorioui sues, atrlea and quantltlas. Juat lur out what Is required to do all those things ffi0aKo?Ltlr (JUIDB, whleJi will bo sent upon reealpt of 10 eenU wi pay postage, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. lli'U4 JSUohmaa venue, Cbieogo, UL EDUCATIONAL. ST. PAUL'S L 13ovs and Girls. Tho school will open on tho 24th of September. Thorough Instruc tion lu tho primary nnd ailx.inccd English Branches, LATIN AND EKMKNTS OF MUSIC -In coursc.- TKHMS and further Information may be had on application lo UUV. K. H. 1UST, Cor. Chi'iufkela nnd StuloSts. 8--Vtf WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY tlniduates students In Classical, Literary, Normal, Husiness, Law, AND MEDICAL COURSES. It Is the oldewt, largest and least expen sive Institution of learning In tho North west. School opens first Monday In September Send for catalogue lo TIIOS. VAN SCOY, President. 17: Salem, Oregon. SELECT SCHOOL m- Miss Knox Will continue Her School for tho en suing year at tho LITTLE CENTRAL SCHOOL BUILDING, Cor. Church and Marion Sts.. beginning SEITKMHKK 10. 1UI-112W CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC! WlllnnioUo Univtii-slly. Most successnil hoIhmiI of miisla on tho northwest insist. About 150 STUDKNTS LAST YKAU. Coursm In r-'liinu, OrKiin airntlnu. Violin, llurniany, and Counlur- point. Dlulomas on completion ol isiurso. Tisiebers: ', M. Parvln, I'mnkln P. Jones, KvaCox. Assislaiil.Lulii.M.Hiiilth. First term begins Monday, Scplemlier Ud, ISH8. Send for catalogue. Forlurther iHirtlculars address ' Z.M.HAKVIN, MiisIchI DlriH'tor, Salem, Or. H-17-dtf.wlt NEW ADVCnTISEMENTS. A.. E. STRANG, No. UUH Commercial Street, BALEM, - - OKKCION. I1KALKU IN- STOVESand RANGES riumbing, Gas and Steam Filling sir "O Tinware and Artistic Motal Work a Specialty. Bf Agent for the 11K3II AUDSCJN A HOYNTON COMPANY'H Fiiriiaces. Ms Utbllshed 111 VM MONEYTO LOAN! Wo hiivo Hovunil huhih of moiiuy to Loan on uimmI Itwil Jistutc Socurlty for wirlw Of ytmr To- wit, ONKI'UILSUOK$1200! ONISI'UIIHHOKIIOOO! TWO l'LUlSIiBOl'tWO KwuhJ ONJCl'UHHKOI'flOO! Apply wx to Willis & Chainliurlin, 13-1; dwliu. 0f llmu,CHirt He M. M. MEAD, PRACTICAL CUTLER Fillftf Saws a Specialty. Hlioponthe alley, orlte Mlutos Uv. l try HUlite, haleui, Or, Iwp at HUsons.