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I WnlAtlJLlWW ;w " I Ow My Life to Hood's 'raparllla" " Word! are powerless to express the gnt. tudo 1 eel toward Hood's Barsaparlll, for under Ofta'.'Iwfandfcnow that to this ie4l tine I w y Hfc. Twelve years ago I began to Meat,' followed by nausea t the storaach, and later with relllag f the Unkt, and severe pain. This -gradaelly crew worse until 3 year age', Fhyslctftaa told Be the trouble was -Clwerby a Tumor For teverafmentb I had been nnable to re tain any solid food. I was greatly emaciated, had f reaeat fccaaorrktf ae. and was sat isfied ,th doctors were right In-saying my life w hearty Tr. One day a friend suggested that I try Hood's Barsaparlllai I c!lil to, and for 8 or 4 days 1 was sicker than cTcr, but I kept on and gradually began to 'set better. l" began to Peel Hungry Could, 'after' time, retain solid food, in creased In weight, the saffron hue left ray skin, the bloating subsided, and I felt better all oyer. For 2 years my health has been quite good, and 1 hare been ablo all the time to do the housework for my family. After What It has done for me I nerer hesitate to recommend If ood'4 Bnrsaparills." Mm. Oo DKff B.nydeb, lOJudson St, Albany, If. Y. HOOD'8 PlLLS cnrelWer Ills, sonstlpaUoib , J iBBdlce, aad ilck bsMae&e; SYPHILIS! A New Remedy A tnss SpsdSe a potttlr and pmiuiMnt elimlnstloo fall poljoo from th blood, and a raitoration of healthy vtfar to lh tlasuat u oflmd to luTcrtrl for lh fim lima hi a iipi J which his ban undcrtoiRg tha motl tarcre nirau axMtimtnu for lha pat thraa yean. Il hu not yat fallad. and It will not fU, ai it U a Tru Specifto far Srvnillllc poind and all blood dlscaMt. Do yon Us Hmttt Sand for full partlculan and proof-fraa. Stop Mag yew mum with mwcury and othar, poumts, TMs raawdy will cura you in 30 to 00 dsjrs without fau. Wt at raatoa a car or refund th uoasy. MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO., IT Vint sKtms 1'OBTI.AND, OB. tm til!' XTOanra HlJta known br molrtar MM Wrr ilka panplxaUon,eauaa lotoiu Itoblna "" vnaajwarns. This form anil jmitffi YIELD ATONCHTO titYT ! !. 0-ttm-KOt PILE REMEBY. wklah aata dlraotlj on nana aCaatad . aiatrtil wars. aUaraltohlDS'.agaatlns PILES V2X?&:&&!5S&5iS? Mold' by Bm-Lett & VanHfype FAIR GROUNDS, SALEM, July. 4, 5, 6 and 7. PRIZES $3,500.00. Trotting, Pacing jd Running CONTESTS. PROGRAMME. Tuesday, July 4th. Sunning, seven-eighths mile dash, purse 1200 jnw7rara,mfja,i uesi in a, KM Pontes not to exceed is bauds blgb. Trotting, t: olasa, a In S . Trotting, (-year-olaa, tall dul) Paeta-, las class, a m 8...... 250 160 350 Wedietrday, Jsly 5th. RuBBlut, as-half mile. 3 year-olds, purse IU;i KuaatBg, one-hall mile and repent, " 903 Trottjat, fcjt eiaaa.uius J! au TrotUag.totasaa mllodaaU XM Tkirsday, July Gtb. RuboIbk, mils dash purae,$100 KhqbIhst. nile duh. JbU TrotUBg. 230 olaaa 2 In 3 PaveliJK, a-jrwolds.mllo daali, 800 160 Friday, July 7lli. RuBBlBfT, i tulle duh puree, $100 Qesttlemeu's toadtr race 2lu3 " 100 ImsM "WMbout reord, owners to drive KotiMtyruiinlog noe,o miles.. " !M0 TaaJfSM la tor ladles, entraaoa flee: they taa eaaag aofaea as ofteaas they wish, ADMXHSION: Gentlewon, 60 oents. Ladle, it . Cblldrei) over IS yrt, M els, t OwuhI maud, S5oU. ' ' ' okfIckrs, ffMUsat, K. W. OOTTLV. Mtosr w J-KUWIN- Traasurer, I, L. i'ATTKKSON. POWER HOUSE Meal Market. I .' I -,JHH MVttfi PfWllMft lUHMMftM Cl Uli ttUtr. wt. FRED WAYMIRE. Spiff fa! THK Cmi JOURNAL l'UBLIWHKD DAILY, KXOKPT BUNOAY, CapHal Journal Publishing Company, i'ost Office ll'ock. Commercial Street HOFER BROTHERS. Edit,', lally, by carler per month,. 6Q Dally, by mall. 1 er year-, , ew , LW Weekly, I pace, per year,. Oompliments of a Soldier's Wife. Ed. Jeuknal: With your permis sion I would like to speak my little piece thro' the columns of your papwrT As a soldier's wife, a soldier's bIbIM, und one who during the dark.Md dreary days and nights of our nation's trial watched by the bedside of the sick and wounded aud wHo closed ihe eyes and clasped the coldnumbed hands of the dying here lu'tho agonies of death, and, last but not least, a wide awake loyal member of the W. K. C. It'ls In the name of those noble wom an, I would like to reotint the Insult ttf our old soldiers, given by the persoh named Kellermau, from the pulpit of the M. E. church, one Sunday morn ing. I have .wanted to gather all the facts possible concerning the case, and I feel Justified In reseating the insult. lb the first place I would like to ask that person (excuse me) I cannot say minister of the gospel and dlgrace all others of that name where he was when these same soldiers (bat he Insult ed with impunity In the holy sanctuary of the most high? when they were Hunting and being made cripples for life, or sowing the seeds of disease 'Id their system from exposure and hard ships attending camp life In the army that now makes the majority of them Invalids and broken down old men In their prime. They 'gave up home, friends, and every tie that bound them io all that was dear to the heart that the union might be saved and her homes preserved. I will safely Bay that Prussia had the honor of bis society. J do not believe that he was living under the protection of the good old flag at that time or bo would in all probability never have bad too opportunity of iunul.tlug the old soldiers. At the time; of the assassination of President Lincoln men weredaugling from lamp posts for using just such language as he used. Abraham Lin coln was a martyr to bis country and so were thousands of others and today there are thousands of living martyrs, and, but for those noble men the pastor of the M. E. church would not now be drawing a salary of $1500 a year and berating and begrudging the old sol dier the trifling pension that is given by the government. In '01 men left pleasant homes and busluess positions for the paltry sum of $11 00 per month afterwards raised to $18 00, How long would that man Kellermau preach for that salary? Would his lovo for souls be so great that ho would preach four years foi $13 00 per month and enduro the hard snips of a soldier's life? Most emphat ically no. The olerical suit of black would not be worn long. As to the old soldier 'perjuring himself, I wonder what he did In the pulpit? Did not ho as a foreigner baveto take the oath of alleglenco to the old 11 i ? And when he its grossly Insulted the defenders of the old fltg did he not also Jusult the flag they gave up all to de fend? Who is It that Is sowing tbo seeds of anarcny on socialism broadcast in our land, that cost the government thou- sand of dollars at Chicago a few years ago? Is It the old union soldiers or 1 Itjufttauoh mlserablo men from foreign lands as this man Kellermau has shown himself to bo? Talk of deporting the Chinamen, bet ter begin with such men as tho pastor of the M. E. church. Why a poor Uhlnaman would have been mobbed had he used such lan guage, The following from the lips of Abra ham Linceln: This extraordinary war lu which we are engaged falls hea vily upon all olapscs but tho tuoat 'heavi ly upon the soldiers. It hath been said all that a man hath will he give for his life. Aud while all have contributed of their substance the soldier puts his life at stake aud often yields It up In his country's cause. The highest merit is due the soldiers who forever must aud will be remem bered by tho grateful country for whose salvation they devoted their llvfs. Altho dead he yet apeaketh. Mkmukrokthk W. R O. Oautioa to Oustemers. Nothing ot original or superior merit but has It Imitations and counterfeits, eento luiperlllug the health ot cuuiuiuuitlos. For this reason tbe rroi.rlstors of lioatatter'a BiomsoU llttUrs caution tbelr patrout toccru. Unite every bottls offered and It Is sold only lu bottles) aud verify 1U many marks of ga ulneurs. A sufficient warnlug to thme ninlltnllng fraud can be found In tha unbroken linear Judicial decisions, exposing and aaveraly pusv UnlBir lluv ana drtM-tnil In Mtnutpiil. tbe Allien, mill Ilia ra,iin.l.1 (t.ri. il. .Z beliigmadatopreteetiha publ ofocuUieil. oeiiUiuolthreunriiluelplediilmtM. neniuioerinanuiT4 sow in uoHlM obit. nsvw by Uiellou or In bulk. Good uew bnttae to rent, tlx block from iKMt oMoe. AUo a furnUhetl liouae to rent. luuulrv of Geo, M, !. 6 ao-tf STOOD THK TL'ST. Altsock's Porous Plnstcrs are unar proaohable In curative proix-ftles, rap idity and aafety of action, and are the only reliable plasters ever produced. Thfly have BUesfully steed the test of over thirty years' uee uy tho public: their virtues have never been (quailed by the Unncnipulotis Imitators who have sought to trade upou the reputa UeStfif Allcoek's by making plasters with holes In them, and clulmlngthem t4JM6 "unl as good as Allcoek's," and they stand today Indorsed by not only the highest UiedlCal authorities but by millions of grateful patients who have proved their' eftlcaoy as a household remedy. Beware of Imitations, and do not be deceived by misrepresentation. Ask for Allcoek's. and let no solicitation or explanation Induce you to accept a sub stitute. , County Coukt. The county com missioners OuUrt visited the Ablrjua bridge, on tho road near; Morley's farm Saturday and afler inspecting the structure it was decided to repair It In the petition for tho vacation of cer tain lots, blocks, streets, etc., In Aume vllle, the petition was dismissed In the petition of Jeff Myers for a tax re bate of $2.08, the same was continued until the July term Court adjourned for this term, a A Eomance in a Nutshell. Bbe went to a ball; wore too thin clothing; caught cold; was very ill for many days; a devoted admirer brought a remedy, when her life seemed to bang by a thread; she took It; recovered; and, finally, married the man who bad saved her life. And the remedy be brought her was Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, which is a certain uroforall throat and lung diseases and scrofulous complaints, of which consumption is one. Don't lay awake at night. Take dlmmons L(ver Regulator and secure reotful sleep. Baby cried, Mother sighed, Doctor proscribed : C&atorta. MYSTERIES! The Nervous System the Seal of Life and Mind. Recent Wonderful Discoveries. , No mystery has over compared with that ? human life.' It has been tho leading subject of professional research and study In all ages But notwithstanding this fact It Is not gener, any iinowr that the seat of life Id loca ted in tho up perpartof th spinal cord, near the bas of tho bra In and so sensi tive is this portion of th nervous sys tem that oven the prick of a neeulo will causo Instant death. Rofln dfi-nvAl-lnl Tifivn HnmnnetpntAil flint all tbe organs of tho body are under the con trol of tho nervo centers, located In or near the base of tho brnln. unci tlmiwlipn thnsnnrA derangod tho organs which they kupnly with lutdaro also deranged aiso uernngeu. When it is When membercd that u serious Injury to thu splnul uuru mil cuuiu uuraiysis or i(K io body below the injured point, because tho nervo force is prevented by tho injury from reaching the paralyzed portion, It will bo understood how mo uerangeiri .ho uorangemont of tho nerve centers will cause the derangement of the various organs which thoy supul thflv annnlv with nerve force Two-thirds of cnronlc l-nnlf rilcnniina tit-tfi film In tho Imperfect action of the nerc ie ut mo uase or mo urate, not from n mo ment primarily originating in tt It- olf. Tho great mistake of pi i In treating those diseases Is that ll.i . tlio orgau rather than tbo nervo ccutert. which aro the causo of the trouble Da. Kimnkmh Milks, tho celebrated spo clallst,ha profoundly studied this subject for over 20 years, and has made many Important discoveries In conneatloti with It. clilef among them being the facts contained In the auovo statement, and that the onllmiry methods of treatment aro wrong. All hoaduche. dlul- noss. aullneas, coufuslou, pressure, blues mania, melancholy. Insanity, epilepsy. St. Vitus dance, etc., aro nervous diseases no matter how caused. Tho wonderful success of Ur. Miles' Itestorattve Nervine Is duo to the faqtthatltlabasodonthoforcgolngnrlnclplo. Dr. Milks' BtSTOruTiVK NKitviNnlssoldby a I druggists ou a poiltlvo guarantee, or rent direct by Da. Miles Mkuical Co., Elkhart, Dd , on receipt of price, fl ror bottle, six bottle for S3, express prepaid. It contains wUher opiates nor dangerous drugs. fold by D. J. Kry, druggist, Balem IEGEilllEstUlffliElia. ow mrocriov Ymnrai tm i mrr mu. lnUi DMiiuttTAix. raavHrrs strictvek. Cum OONORfcllOU kut OUtT Is Oil U rwl 4r. A QUICK CUBS Ut IXUCOKRIIOU m WHITES. suitrtai&avoaisT. ttMrAd.imit,xiiot tULTDOR Mvrrttl Ctt, LASCASTtr-OUIiy DR.GUNN'b IK7S0VXO LIVER PILLS v A MILD PHYSIC ONX PILL FOR A DOSE. tor tHWL nM PUU .uppl. b.t lb. wim teok. to mftk it nuUr. Curs Hitdwlu, brtshlta o.iu.llo. Th.r hi mildly, n.llh.r trip, n.r usaawalb.rt4ltalsTaMa.lDMyoV?Uilr youoUi.lr a sao. Hold T i sms nrM, or rut! bo Sfta. Bold .' ww.m .Winil 49U.U4 ru aiU4laU.ra. Bold hy H.kett A VnSlyie. SMITH BROS., CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS. LaaYardjatftattl.larkhiuMttil,vilr mnm IS, Haicnt.Orrgnn. MONEY TO LOAN p Improrsd K4 Rstat. In amount and Mw to Mtu Aeewtay la eiwldriuc Kuuu. FEAR & FORD, Mmm U, tssi Itank. blosk. iiUm W' ?V( wwjiUjy. for Infants "Oastorla Is to well adapted to children that I recommend It u superior to any prescription known to me." It. A. Aacnta, It. D., Ill Bo, Oxford 8L( Brooklyn, If. T. "Tbe use of ' Costorta ' Is so universal and Its mnriu so well known that It seems a work of supererogation to endorse It Few are tbo Intelligent families who do not keep Costorla within easy reach." CUKLOS Miarrir, D.D.. New York City. Late Pastor DIoomlDgdalo Reformed Church. Tua CnrrAtra AN EASY WINNER. Tbe solid vestlbuled trains of tbe Chicago, Union Paul lie & Nortb-Weat-ern LiDe.distance all competition with ease. It baa tbe shortest line, fastest time, Union depots and no change or delay at the Missouri river, and is the popular World's Fair route. 4-24-6t Whether quaffed from a vessel of tin, glass or gold; There'snothingso good for the young or the old as Hires' Root Beer A delicious, health giving, thirst-satisfying beverage. A temperance drink for temperance people. A 2-c. package malcci 5 gallons. ,SoId and Enjoyed Everywhere, t m iiiiiniiiii iiiiisT FOE SALE. On easy terms and obeap. A 20 acre orchard on aunnyti.de No. one. 3 miles south of Baiem. 6S0 6t-dw JOHN HART. GEO. D. OOODUDfi, THE LEADING WOOD DEALER, Is now devotlnv his entire time to the busi ness. Every farmer liavlbg wooa to sell should se blm Every consumer of wood in -alem who wishes to lay In their supply should see him. Office wltb U. W . Johnson A Bon. 237 Commercial Street. low Prices for Summer Trade, HOWARD, The House Mover. 451 Main Street. Has the best facilities tor moving and rais ing bouses. Leave orders at iiruy Bros., or address r'nlem, Oregon. STATE TREASURER'S FIFTH NOTICE. State of Oregon, Treasury Department Balkv. JuneS, 1803. Notice is lfreby given that there are funds on hand sufficient to pay all outstanding state warrants endorsed "1 resented and Not I'ald for Wont of Funds," prlnr to, and Including March 31, 1MM, and that nil such warrnn a wi.l be paid upon presentation at this 111 on. In terest on said warrants will not be allowed after tbe data of this notice 6--2w I'll I U MtSTOH AN. Btato Treasurer. J. H- HAAS, THE WATOHMAKEE, 21 5X Commnclil St., Sllsm, Orsgoa, (Next door to Klein's.) Specialty ol Spectacles, and repairing Clocks. Waiolim and Jewolrv Authorized Capital 500,000. CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK Balem, Oregon. W, A.CUHICK, ITes. W. W. MAnTIN, Vice 1'rea. J. II. ALUK11T, Cashier. 8tate, County and City Warrant bought at Par, dw Deutscher Advocat. P0ST0FFICE BLOCK, - - SALEM, OR. Admitted to praettoe In all tha courts. Bpeclal attention given to German speak ing people and btuTnes at tbe countv aud state offices. K HOFEIt, NoUry Fubllo. Smith Premier Typewriter. Sold oa easy pay meats. ForfJUnt. W. I. STALEY, Agwt, Salu-j. H. W. BURl'KE, Qen-1 Afwt, 11 Third ;Bt, rortld. Bead for aUlofU. i f j ""1 --g HT U and Children Cantor!, carta Colic, Constipation, fiour Stomach, Ularrbeea. KrucMUon,1 . ' Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes & Without Injurious medlcaUoa, " For aereral years I have recommended your ' CastoriA. and shall always continue to ana snail always continue io ivarlablyprodaoed beaeflcUl oo so as it una inv results." Eownr F. Pasdxi. M. D., u Tho 'Wlnthrop," 126th Street and Tlh Are., Now York City, Coirrjjrr, 77 IfcntBAT Btbsxt, Nrw Yoafc PROFESSIONAL- AND BUSINESS OAHDS. p. ir. D'Adcr. oxo. o. BirtoiiAK. D'ARCr'4 BINGHAM. Attorneys at Law, Rooms 1, 2 and 8, D'Arcy Building, HI state street. Special attention given to busi ness In the supreme and circuit courts of the state. 3 11 R P. BOISE Attnmtyat law, Balem, Ore gon. Office Z74 commercial street. rfULMON FORD, Attorney at law, Balem, X Oregon. Office upstairs In Putton block. T F. CONN, Attorney at law, room 7, Mur- t. poy uiuck. H J. B IGO KR, Attoi ney at lawialem, Ore gon, unice over Busns Dane. T J.8UAW.M. W.HUNT. BUAWdtHUNT O . Attornej s nt law. omre over Capital national Dana, oaiem, uregnn. CI T. RICUARDdON. Attorney at law Of- O. flco up stairs In front rooms ol new Bush block, corner Commercial and Court streets, satem, uregon. TO UN A. (JAR-JON, Attorney at law, rooms tf a ana 1, tiuna DanK ouuaing, oaiem,ur, B. . BONHAM. W. H. HOLMES. BON HAM & HOLMES, Attorneys at law. Office In Bush blocs, between State ana uourt, on Commercial street. E. 1'OCUE, Htenographer and Tjpe wrttest Best eauluned typewrltlne of- oe but one in Oregon, over Bush's bank. oaiexn, urrguu. TELLA BHERMAN.-Typewrlting and commercial stenography. Mom 11, Gray k. lrst-clas work. Rates reasonable. ock a BROWNE, M. D.. PhysteUn and bur . geon. Office, Alurpby block; rcstaence, Liommtrclal street. A. B. UILLIS. specialist In diseases ol the eye, ear, noso and throat, Boom 10 Bush nana Dunaiug, -aiera. DR.T O BMirH, Dentlkt. 82 State street, Balem, Oregon. Finished dental opera tions of every description. rainless .opera lions a specialty. WD. 1'UUH, Architect, plans, speclflca . tlons and superintendence for al. classes ot buildings. Office 290 Commercial street, up stairs. CA. ROBERT, Architect, room 424, Mar , quam building, 1' rtland, OiegiUs P. J. LARSEN & CO., Manufacturer of Wagons, Car riages, etc. Repairing tx Spealalty. fltiop 45 Btate street. T)RO l-EOTION LODGE NO. 2 A.O.U. W. r; Meets In their hall In rtate Insurance building, every Wednesday evening. A. W. DENNIri, M. W. j. a, BELwuuu, neooraer. CflflS. WOLZ, Proprietor of tho GERMAN :-: MARKET South Commercial 8L, Balem. v All kinds Frssh, nalt and Bmbked ileata and BauBages. FREE DEL1VEHY. LEAVES SALEM from TJ. 1'. Dock at 6 o'clock a. m. every Wed nesday and Hmurdny. LEAVES PORTLAND trom the Central dock at foot ol Waahlarton street every uunday aud Thursday. XEAVES SALEM for Albany every Monday and Tuesday, re turning tame days. Ooneemtng freight and passenger business, call on tbe agent. ALTlJCHKEN. Bargains in Land. H. W, Smith, postmaster ol Lewlsvllle, and W. P. Murphy, ol Saltm, have lor sale abou 2.000 acres nfgooa farming and stock land In tbe Lueklamuta rountry In Polk, countv. Prloes range from 16 to KO per acre. All eood firoperry, and on the market for the first Ime. Great bargains. Call on or address mp BDove, aw j-ls-tl BiJs for Asylum Supplies. The board of trustees of tbe Oregon state Insane asylum Invite sealed propos al for the furnishing at the asylum near balem, Oregon, the .following supplies for the six months ending, 'January 1, 1884: DRT GOODS. , 500 yards cotton flartn?!. Nashua. XXX brown. " ' 1.200 Yards Amonklnsr. mnHnrn ftlrlr, blue and white. ' sou yarus Pequot A sheetings, 36 Inch, unbleach .ched, ards 500 y Lownsdale sheeting, 36 Inch, bleached.i 300 yards Continental. rhck1 Ainn.l 300 yards Glass crush, 18 Inches wide. 700 varus, bleached linen and French crash. IS Inches wide. 200 yards Amoskeag blue denlra. 200 yards 9-4 bleached sheeting. Pequot . 100 yard' superior satin damask, 6-8 Inch wide, 300 yards Marseilles checks. Tnrlr ffcr 600 yards Dragon cloth, assorted colors. 13 dos. white stay binding 5-8 Inches wide. K dos. ladles' rnttnn hnaa ' J4Bneh My,U Turk" w handkerchiefs. thread.1" te c,ark' sill Enl threlui N U WhlU Clark's Mile End) thridf N" M Whl'' Wrk'a Ml, ) Steamer EM. I OREGON HBDHnr I I COMBINED-HEDGE AND WIRE FENCE. Properly Constructed Hedge Fences are thejnost durable, Tliei cheapest and best fences in uso. Winds do not blow it down; floods do'not wash'it away; overflow's do not injure it; it does not decay. This diagram shows tho method of planting and training tho Hedge. For farther particulars call at our office over LADE) 6b BiGJSH'.S. BANK, Saleim, Oregon. CerrespoBdeace Solicited. CUBAN If you would be clean and have your clothes done up in the neatestand. dressiestmanner, take them to the SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY where all work is done by white, labor and in the most prompt manner. COLONEL J. OLMSTED, Liberty Street. 10 doz No. 36 black (Clark's Mile End) thread. 60 yards table oil cloth, tbesJ .quality, light color. 12 doz. papers pins. GROCEIUES. 10,000 pounds beans. 6,000 lbs granulated sugar. (1,000 ths O. C. sugar. 6,000 lbs. relied oats, In barrels, fresh ground. 3,000 lbs cracked wheat. 4,000 lbs Goldt Dtlst corn meal (or as good) fresh ground In barrels. 2,000 lbs hominy, fresh ground in barrels. 4,000 It8 choice Island rice. 200 gallons New Odrleans molasses, best quality. 1,000 Iris corn starch, Oswego, 6,000 lbs. TJverpool salt.. 600 lbs cheese, Cranston's or as goad, full cream. 160 lbs C. & Co's. A. & H. brand carb soda. 300 lbs cream tartar, J.i A. Folger best, or as good. i ' , 20 gross Vulcan Superior Safety match es. 25 doz. brooms. 2 doz. whisk brooms. 15 doz. cans oysters, Blue Point. 20 doz. cans oysters, Fields. 10 doz. cans corn. 10 boxes vermicelli. 4 boxes 26 Worcester sauce, Lee & Per rlns. 100 lbs pearl barley. 700 lbs. soda crackers ..XXX fresh. 100 lbs oyster crackers "XXX fresh. 100 lbs Oswego gloss starch. OIL. 100 gallons kerosene, Pearl brand. In 20 gallons Albany spindle oil. 5 gallons Albany cylinder oil. FLOUR. 600 barrels more or less, best roller process, delivered as wanted. MEATS. 500 lbs per day, more or less of beef, as required In equal parts of fore -and hind quarters. FISH. Fish as required, giving price per pound for furnishing the different kinds, per fectly fresh and sound. SOAP. 2,000 lbs Kirk's Savon, or as good. 1,000 lbs. Prdetor & Gamble's Troy, or as good. r DRIED FRUIT. 2,000 lbs. apples, good quality. 1,500 lbs. peaches. ' r ' 1,000 lbs. prunes. 100 lbs. raisins. 8PICE& 25 lbs. mace, ground. 60 lbs. mustard, ground. 300 lbs. black pepper, ground. 20 lbs. cinnamon, ground. 30 lbs. giuger, ground, TEA. 1,000 lbs. Columbia brand, or; as good. COFFEE. 4.000 lbs. Costa Rica, first grade. 300 rtis. Government Java, first grade. 150 lbs. Real Mocha. 600 lbs. chicory. TOBACCO. 1.600 lbs. good. Sledge Hammer brand, or aa STATIONERY. 2 gross pens, GUIott's No. 404. 1 gross. lead neoetbu rubber itlD-No. 1 groM l6adiptritk,t rubber up no. V4,Ubl A 10 dox, tea cups. 10 dox. suueers. 5 doz. one quart soup bowls. 1 doz. one gallon pitchers. 3 dox. soup platters,, 9 Inch. 1 dox. chamber pots. 3 doz. syrup pitchers. 1 put, 10 dox. tumblers. 1 dox. lantern globes, 1 dox. shaker salts, PAINTS AND OILS. , L0O0 lbs. white lead, i 1 barrel linseed oil, boiled. 1 barrel roof paint. 30 gallons turpentine. glass. m ids. Venetian red. 19 lbs. chrome green, cans. 3 lbs. chrome yellow, cans. dry In dry In pound pound 5 lbs. raw umber, In 1 pound can. 6 lbs. burnt umber, dry In 1 pound,cns, 6 lbs. dry umber, in 1 pound cans.- 4 cans rose pink. In 1 pound cans. 3 cans burnt sienna. 1 paper bronze. V doz, Adams brushes No, U dox. round sash tool. 20 lbs. French Ochre dry. PLUMBING. ' 3 doz. K ells. A. O. tt doxn ltt ells. dox. 3 ells. dox. U sockets. rr dox. 1 Inch, sockets. Vdox, J inch sockets. H dox. 3 Range, unions. dox. KxM bushlnn. 2 doz. ttxfi bushlnir. 2 doz. UxU bushings. uox, vn j i eaklns Bco'j valves, move- aoie dints, tt doz. U Jenkins Bro's. valves. able disks. mov I, dox. 3 Jenkins Bro's valves, ov t able disks. tt doz. square head stop cocks. 1 doz. Filler hose bibs rlulshed. 1 doz. Fuller plain bibs finished. 1 doz. 1 stop and waste. 1 doz. stop and waste. tt doz. air cocks. tt doz. J4 air cocks. 1 each 7, 9 and 12 oz. riveting hammer. il one-pound 4 oz. octagon ball pin hammer. 1,000 lbs. each No. 18, 20 and 22 galvan ized sheet iron, btst brand. . 2 boxes 20x28 XXXX tin redlppod. l box zoxzg x.x. tin reutppea. 6 packages 2 lbs. tinned rivets. 12 doz. boiler handles. 1 pair 7 lb soldering coppers, pair 5 lb soldering poppers. 200 lbs 8d finishing nails. 200 lbs 6d finishing nails. 400 lbs 8d common nails. 400 lbs. lOd common nails. 100 lbs.' 4d wire nails. 3 gross each screws 1 Inch No. 10 and ,lnch jNo. 9. 4 gross 'each screws ,, ltt and 2 No. 11. 2 gross each screws brass tt No. 4 No. 6. 6 boxes glass 7x12. 1 box glass 8x20. 100 lbs. putty. 2 papers glaziers points. tt doz. papers each 4 and 6 oz. tacks. 200 feet ' round iron, Norway. 100 feet 7-16 round iron, Norway, 75 feet round Iron, Norway. 50 feeUfocU flat' Iron. Norway. i 100 XeetrittxU flat Iron, Norway, 60 feet lxtt flat Iron, Norway. tt keg No. 3 hind shoes (Burden's). tt keg No. 3 front shoes (Burden's). tt keg No. 5 front shoes (Burden's). tt keg No. 6 hind shoes (Burden's). 25 lbs. Sweet's American steel toe calks No. 4. 1 16 Inch rasp (Heller Bros.) 1.000 lbs. best blacksmith's coal. 10 lbs. 'A Iron washers. 10 lbs. 5-16 iron washers. 100 feet angel steel ttx. 1 'blacksmith stock and dies from 5-16 to 1-16'threod, 16, 20, '24 and 33 to 1 Jnch .with 4 taps and 4 dies. . 1 Hilweger i s-eiHbo)tlIp'peNo. 2, 600 feet manllla rope. 6 packages tt and no. 8 copper riv ets. 3 doz. each of 4 Inch, 6 Inch and 6 Inch slim taper files. FHOEM AVER'S SUFFL E8. tt roll sole leather, Stockson extra heavy 25 to 27 lbs, a side. , 9 sides of skirting, plump 14 to 17 lbs. a Bide. 2 domestic calf skins, brand H. B. 3 buck skins, medium size shaved. - DRUGS. 10 lbs. absorbent cotton, 2 lbs. actdum carbolicum pure, 1 lb acldnm boraclum, 1 lb acidum milrlatlcunr C. P. '' 3 lbs. acidum fnurlatlcum commercial. 1 lb acidum sulphurlcum aromat. 5 lbs. aqua ammonlae fort. 3 lbs. chloroformum 8qulbbs. 1,200 empty capsules No. L 1,200 empty capsules No. 2. 1 lb fluid extract cannabis ind. Wyeth Bros or P. D. & Co. t, 2 lbs. fluid extract' buchtt Fol. Wyeth 1 lb fluia 'extract staglberls Wyeth Bros, or P. D. & Co. 1 lb fluid extract hyoscyaml Wyeth Bros, or P. D. & Co. X rt fluid extract glycyrrh. Wyeth Bros, or P. D. & Co. 3 lbs. fluid extract Sarsap. Co. for syr up. Wyeth Bros, or P. D. & Co. 1 lb fluid extract senna Wyeth Bros, or P. D. & Co. 2 lbs. fluid extract prunls Vlrg. Wyeth Bros, or P. D. & Co. 6 gallons glycerine pure. 50 lbs. flax seed meal. 1 dozen medicine glasses tt ox. 2 dozen Ol. rlclnl. n 8 oz. Ol. lemon. 8 oz. Ol. aurantll. lb pepsin Sacch. Falrchlld. oz lb phenactlne Bayer. 1 dozen Phillips Hmul. cod. liver oil, large size, t ? fl0?? Pln SP. asaorted'slzes.' , 1 lb Pulv. Dover!. "-" ' 1 lb Pulv acaclae. 5 lbs. soda Borat.' 20 lbs. Potass. Brom. 2 lbs. Potaao. dtras.v ?JH?- P9.tJ.'oddum. 500 lbs. Ple.v adoBhyllln, U grain each, 60 oz. qu n'ulp. 'K. ll7 5 lbs. Bulphur subllmv 5 lbs. sodll bicarb. 60 lbs. sulph magneslae. 1 lb sol toltunana for syrup. 1 dox. syringes, Davidson's No. L o ids. vasenne (XJtX) renned. 8 oz. untl febrln. Samples may be seen at the office of board, Goods must be In accordance therewith, and come in original pack ages when possible. The right to re ject any or all bid Is reserved. Deliv ery qf supplies will be required within ten days nottee of acceptance of bid. A copy of ,the advertisement must ac company each bid and Ou name of class of suppHs must beesTthe eavel- Item and teSt'teTuM ot" he Aspect Ive cjsjy with exceptions ot Mf. meat Autln'v.olRor'are BraMbH4 'from cori ol puroHases wnen th a-fTtiaeeH SI eempli MoC ceatawt a fuR aSI eewplet ptsoM ttlMsrr S o'eJoek p. a oa Moa4r. Jui SI Li P1IKNOYKR. m ssRsr- llA.nl nt trtitra. Wm. A, IfyNLT, Clerk of yoard. it ! e jweti ed ak r I'lm VBMTHR TJK