ICVtfJN JLNCi OAVITAJj JOCnUTAL MONDAY, JTJNJ- 20, 1890.
BE. L. L. OABMEE.
Stricken Down with Hoart Disease.
JDr. -tf Xedteal Co., JUlhart. Xnd.
armjatswt I fccl It a? "Jury. elLaJfc"
tlei-mro. to pubHsb, unsolicited, to Uio world tho
eneflt rcctirad Com on. Macs- Hcvtomtivc
........... I was stricken down true
m m m in
.In the chest,
j ranch pun
cton of the heart and' below lower rib, pain in tho
zzz. vziXSZSZZr i,M.ih ainonlMsnoiia. weakness
wesia tnroo violently, u wwuwub i7J miid
" .v -i-
Sure my whole body. I was so nervous thai
5wd n& bold my band steady. SSS'
H?naoa yrrnr -B "- ---' -"
Mile wmoiJIe. mT0Uken
1 assise- MDII Msajk
tbreS bottlw of your E?wOUtt&.u
SSayWS,ta"S5Sil. I have no more
n3 two bottles
. .,. Is. nApmft
italMit ihrobbln of the heart, am .wru. atari.
Srin'S'riSrSSojnmend every one with symptoms
ef Heart Biaeaso to ink Dr.XUf Jlutora,
aV Jlmtniin and bo curta. .,
gypsum City, Kani. &- I Carmzb.
BOLD ON A POSITIVE QUARANTCE.
TRY DR. MILES' PILLS, 50 DOSES 25 CTS.
geld by D. J. Fry, drujrgist, Salem
World's Fair, Chicago.
. .. Calumet Aronuo and S9th8tret.
nTEl m m Mroprooti 241 luorasi near Fwr
nUlkla Grounds baths on crerjr floor.
.. American and European Plans.
IHPBflCTlItotSndar. Ii irst-class famuy
JUlUnUr 1 hotel. Write tor circular.
Is railing a funllr of nln ebildren, ray only
niudr for Doughs, Colds and Croup wm onion
Trap. It ti lost u effective to-day ee It irn forty
Stan aso. Ifow my STendohlldr.il take Dr.
unn"e Onion Syrup, whleh is already prepared
and mora cltaaant to tbe taata. Sold orery wher.
Larf batuai BO eanla. TakanoauDaUtnlaforlL
Bold by Buskett & VnnSlypo.
Proprietor of tho
GERMAN :-: MARKET
Bonth Commercial St., Salem,
All kinds Fresh, bait and Smoked .Moats
Fresh and Bait meats of tbp bent quality
Poultry and stock. Free delivery.
DR. GUN WS
A MILD PHYSIC
OKE.PILL FOR A DOSE.
a teoTamant of tht bowala oh day, la naaaaiary
terhaalta. Than plllaaupply wbal tha ayittm
laaka ta mak. it regular. Cur ilaadaoha, brlfUt.a
tht r" and olaar tlia Oomplatlon battar tliaa
Manallaa. Thay at mildly, neither (ripe nor
tfekea aa Other pltla do. To eonrlnse you of their
Mtrtu we mall eamplea frea, or full boi S6o. Bold
TKywhara, Moeaako Uad.0, rtUladalpltla. t.
Bold by BaHkett & Vtui'HIypo.
CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS,
Vttrt orders atOottle-l'arkhuratblock.roont
II P. M. CARS.
lip. 111. Cars lcavo Hotel ami
Fetttco dally for AsyluiH,
Fealteatlary au4 Comctory oi
Capital City Railway.
Car teaves a. in,, couaect
laf Vrith verlaad tralu, and
eara lmo Hetx'l every Q
iiliHrt frtM V&Q a. m. to 11
p, m. flu allpeluts en tlio lines
ttfeptliig Cemetery Car,Takea
ilt-tm Mt. Yaeseiwtcr Trains.
Itorm fair HJo er Trade.
iy trms, four miles esat or bubllmlty,
iTBlBKHTacrw will trade for propsriy
rNlin, B. O.. SOVB,
. f Aluhllmltv. fir.
i:i vu tiki v
sfczfcjr jotsnty ter
. A 'JtJ&a-rmtt 1 1
f r TV tsbt
THE fflHTll JOIIBML
PUJILIHHKD DA1L.Y, KXCK1T BUWOAY,
Capital Journal Publishing Company.
I'ost Offlee llloek.Comtnerolal Rireet.
iMlly, by carrier, pur monthr
Dally, by mall, per year,.,
weekly, s page, per year,.,
CAN IT 11E DOAB
A number ofexotmDKcaaro dlaousalng
tbo possibility of publlahlng a Ono Cent
Dally at Balem. Tbo doubters seem to
think it could bo dooo at Portland.
The Jouhnal proposes to publish a
Ono Cent Dally by mall at least, and
perhaps a Ono Cent Dally by carrier.
The largo circulation of Its Weekly
mado the Ono Cent Dally by mall pos
sible. Tho way the latter la growing In cir
culation it may make a One Cent
Daily possible by carrier, It now
codts nearly 25 cts. a month to carry
rh Daily In Balem and collect tho pay
X tie people of Oregon have now a
chance to break np the press monopoly
at high prices bo long imposed upon
them at Portland; they are improving
It by taking a Balem One Cent Daily
25 cts. a month by mall. W have
the telegraph service, the press, tho pa
per, the ability to get out the paper; the
people can do tha rest.
breathes easier. Bo do
D. R. Murphy has returned and Ore.
gon is all right.
Those who do not cure to shoot this
week can go to the races next.
Newberg prefers colleges to saloons.
Queer town that. Yet there are some
very dead college towns.
That South Commercial street vla
duct should not bo let become a reposi
tory for rubbish, as it now Is.
Hurrah for the reduced railroad rates.
Now people can go East, and immi
grants can como to the coast and both
have spending money left.
Tho beautiful graded streets put down
by the last couuoil area just source of
pride. No such addition to the appear
ance of our city was ever made.
The Jouunal has a special from A,
D. Charlton, General Passenger agent
of the Northern Pacific Railway that
the regular rate from Portluud to Chi
cago will bo $33.00, tourist sleeper $4 00
Whenever the Oregonian bos not any
other way of replying to an exchange,
it credits its items to some othor paper.
The Journal dislikes the illwillof
even a dog and connot protect itself
against such a practice. It is a little
rough on exchanges however to ascribe
any of our bright sayings to them.
Of course it is perleotly plain that
Interstate Commerce Commissioner
General Wade Hampton coming to
Oregon on a special train has a great
deal to do with solving the freight
problems. Tho farmer finds his wool
freights east raised to an embargo point
while the general goes Ashing.
And the Chinese ttro enjoying the
liberties of American citizenship aud
society as much as though no Geary
mw nau ever oeen enacted, nnu no su
preme court decision deolarlng It con
stitutional had ever been rendored.
Great Is Cleveland, and all must bow
to the will of tho Democratic Czar.
Tho law waa evidently riot made for
it is teiegraptieu with great gusto
that Mrs. JJ. 8. Graut and Mrs. Jell.
Davis met at a hotel and hud a visit,
Mrs. Grunt taking the initiative. Why
should thoy not? Tho war is over.
Honorable terms wero given tho van
quished confederate leaders, If they
had triumphed would Mrs. Grant have,
been as well received ?
AN EASY WINNER.
Tho solid vestlbuled trulus of the
Chicago, Union Puulflo & North-Weel-oru
Line distance all competition with
ease. It has tho shortest line, fastest
time. Union denots and no ahnnrrn or
ueiay at me Missouri river, and Is the
popular World's Fair route. 4-24-0t
VI80R of MEN
and all tha train of arils
from early errors or later
xcaaaea, Ua mulls of
deTclopuient and tone
Siren (u every organ and
tKujloa of tha body..
aoro, failure Uapoeiild.
LUU rrBrana. M.wvlr
"mnatlon and proof I
mau.4 (sealed) rr, I
FRlF HPnM,ll rfl
tHIt mkUit,AL CO.
UrrAie, h, y,
Prices Current by Telegraph Local
and Portland Quotations.
Bai.eu, Juno 'JO, A p. m. Ofllco
Daily Capital Jouknal. Quota
tions for day and up to hour of going to
press weroes follows;
HALKM I'ltODUOK MARKET.
Good shipping strawberries 3 to 8 ct
a box. snipper luruiBiies crute.
Peas 8 cents a gnllon.
Gooseberries 16 cIb a gallon.
Cherries 8 to 10 eta a lb. Continue
Veals dressed 4J to 5 cts.
Hogs dressed 01 to 0.
Live cattle 2 to 2J.
Bbeep alive 2 to (2.60.
Spring lambs $1.60 to $2.40.
Salem Mlllloe Co. quetes: Flour
in wholesale lots $3.20. Rotail $3.60.
Bran $17 bulk, $18 sacked. Shorts $ID
and $20. Chop feed $10 and $20.
Market is flat at 58 cts.
HAY AND CHAIN.
Oats 40 to 43 cents.
Hav Wild. $10: timothy and clover.
$12. Baled $12 aud $14.
Barley JNo demand except for reed.
Wool Best, 10 to 12c. No buyers.
Hops Small sale, 151 to 17c.
Eirgs Cash, 16 cents.
Butter Best dulry, 20 to 25; fancy
creamery, 25 to 30.
Cheese 16 to 18 cts.
Farm smoked meats Bacon 12;
hams, 13; shoulders, 10.
Potatoes 76 cents.
Onions 1 to 2 cents.
Beeswax 34c. Caraway seed, 18c.
Anise seed, 26o. Gimseng, $1.40.
HIDES AND PELTS.
Green, 2 ere: dry, 4 cts; sheep pelts,
75 cts to $1.25. No quotations on furs.
Chickens 7 to 10 cte: broilers 10tel2i:
ducks, 12; turkeys, slow sale, cbofce,
10 cts; geese slow.
Grain, Fred, etc.
Flour Standard, $3.40; Walla Walla,
$3.40; graham, $3.00; superfine, $2.60
Oats Wblte,60e per bushel, grey, 48c;
rolled, in bags, $6 250.50; barrels,
$C606.75; cases. $3 75.
Hay Best, $1517 per ton; common,
Millstuffs Bran, $17.50; shorts, $22;
ground barley, $2024; chop feed, $18
per ton; whole feed, barley, 8085 per
cental; middling, $2328 per ton; brew
ing barle, 9005o per cental: chicken
wheat. $1. 22 J 1.24 per cental.
Butter Oregon fancy creamory,22J
25c; fancy dairy, 17J20c; fair to good,
I516o; common, 12jo per pound; Cali
fornia, 3544e per roll.
Cheese Oregon, 11 13; Eastern
twins, 10a; Young American, lOo per
per pound; California Hats, 14c
Eggs Oregon, 1416o per dozen.
Poultry Chickens, old, $4; broilers,
large, $3 004.5u; small, $2.002 5();
ducks, old, $4.500 00; young, $3 00
0.00; geese, $9.00; turkey?, live, 12Jo;
dressed, Joe, per pound.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 12
14o; do inferior, 9llc; do valley, 16
Potatoes Ordinary kinds of new in
sacks at 00c$1.15 per cental; now
Early Rose, boxes, 00e1.25; new Bur
banks, $1 00 1.25 per cental.
Onions 8500o per cental for red,
and $1.001 25 for silverskins.
Barley Feed, 821833o per cental
for good quality aud 85a for choice;
brewincr. D01.02 per cental.
Oats Milling, $1.601.05; fancy feed
9i.ou(o)i,ua; goou loouoice, $i.4d(a)i.uu;
common to fair, $1,151.85; gray, H.30
fa)i.4o; oiacK, ti. io(2)i. w percental.
Food - - -Digestion-
are all intimately connected
j practically inseparable,
i Though the fact is often
ignored, it is nevertheless
true that a good complex
! ion is an impossibility with
; out good digestion, which
in turn depends on good
y: There is no more common i
; cause of indigestion than ;
lard. Let the bright house- '
: keeper use
The Nw Vegotabl Shortening
and substitute for lard, and
her cheeks, with those of
her family, will be far
more likely to be " Like a
rose in the snow,"
Cottolenk is clean, dell
cate, healthful and popu
lar. Try it for yourself.
Send three cents la stamps toN.
K. Falrbank 6 Co., Chicago, lor
handsome Cottolene Cook liook,
containing six hundred recipes,
prepared by nine eminent author,
ltlea oa cooking.
flade only by
N. K. Falrbank & Co.,
ST. LOUIS and
CHICAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON.
MAKE NO MORE MISTAKES.
0HARLK3 A. SMITH HUNS
The Rustler food Saw
And lis doesn't burn un half Tour wwi in
fuel, when tie aawa It. Uaka your oolricu
I ." iwuuuiy u-irv ortiera at voatcba
lolfarstore Oearboru't book ators.tH Summer
avrssttoraddms mi by mall.
At Illlnd School HO cd. body nr. 26
cdi. pole oak. Bids received until Jiny
1st. V., H. JlOLMWlKU, Hup.
fl.22-2d.lw Blind School.
In bulk, all good shinning
of cherries In tho Willamette valley.
Oregon I'ruit & rroduce Co,, Haicm.
Eeforo Going to tho Wold's
Tho Limited Express trains of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
between St. Paul and Chicago and
Omaha and Chicago.
These trains are vestlbuled. elcctrio
lighted And steam heated, with the fin
est Dining and Bleeping Car Service in
The Electric reading light in each
berth is the successful novelty of this
progressive age, and Is highly appreciat
ed by all regular patrons of this lino.
We wish others to know Its merits, as
tbo Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail,
way is the only lino in the west enjoy
ing the exclusive use of this patent.
For further Information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
C. J. Eddy, General Agent,
J. W. Casey, Trav. Pass. Agt.
225 Stark St., Portland, Or. tf
Children of Sir. and Mrs. M. H. Sollor
Both Had Eczema
In Its Worst Form
After Physicians Tailed, Hood's
Saraaparllla Perfectly Cured.
Great mental agony is endured by
parents who see their children suffering
from diseases caused by impure blood,
and for which there seems no cure.
This is turned to joy when Hood's Sar
saparilla is resorted to, for it expels the
foul humors from the blood, and re
stores the diseased skin to fresh,
healthy brightness. Read this:
"To C. I. Ilood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"We think Ilood's Sarsaparllla Is the most
valuable medicine on tho market for blood
and skin diseases. Our two children suffered
terribly with tho
Worst Form of Eczema
for two years. AVo had three physicians,
but neither of them succeeded in curing them
or oven In (living them a little relief. At
last wo tried Hood's Sarsaparllla and In a
month both children were perfectly cured.
as a standard family medicine, and would
not bo without it." Jin. aud JIns. JI. M.
Boller, 1-112 2nd Avenue, Altoona, Pa.
HOOD'O PlLLS cure Constipation by rostor
Insr the peristaltic action of the alimentary canal
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.
1'. II. D'AUCY. Of O. 0. 111NOII AM.
l-vtinnV X. TirKTrat, Wr ltln,n... , Inn,
JJ Rooms 1, 2 and 8, D'Aroy Building. 14 i
mate Btreet, Special attention given to Dual
noss In the supreme and circuit courts of the
P.BOISE Attorntynt law, Balem, Ore-
Kon. umce ctj commercial street.
mlLMON FORD, Attorney at law, Salem,
j. wregon. umce up Biuirn m miwu uiuck
J. BiQOKIt, Attorney nilaw.Balem, Ore
gon, umce over uusu s dhdk.
T J.8UAW.M. W.HUNT. 8UAW4UUNT
tl . Attorneys nt law. Omeo over Capital
C T. RICIIAIIDSON. Attorney at law of-
O. flee up stairs in front rojms ol new Bush
block, corner Commercial and Court streets,
JOHN A. OAR-JON, Attorney at law, rooms
t n ana ), uuHn uanK Duuaing, Baiem,ur,
11. r. BOMHAJI. W. H. ilULMlia
BON HAM & IIOL.MKS, Attorneys at law.
Olllce In Bush block, between State and
i.ourt, on Commercial street.
E, POOUK, Stenographer aud Tjpe-
w.llu.t l.oa, uttilnn.il tvnAurrltlni. nf.
Ich but onn In flrpirnn. (IVAr Uunh'A bank.
tiv. room 11. Qrav
block, r Irst-clnss wor
Q O. BROWNE, M. D.. Hhysiclan and cu
Q. cron. DHUe, Murphy blojk; residence,
168, omuitrclul street.
SMITH, Dentist, 92 SUto street
Oregon. Finished dental opera.
XJ Balem, Oregon.
tlons of every description. Painless opera
tions a upeclalty.
T U. PUvitl, Anhlioct,
ll , lions
and HunArlntBudonre for all
classes ol buildings. Ofllce 290 Commercial
street, up stairs.
CI A. ROBERT, Arcbl ect, room 421
1, quain building, Pi nlaud, Oregon
P. J. LARSEN & CO.,
Manufacturer of Wagons, Car
Repairing a Spoolalty.
Huop 43 8 Late strret.
-pilOlKOUON LODGE NO. 2 A.O. U. W.
JT Meets lu their hall In Htnte Insurance
building, every Wedorwday evening.
. . .... A. W.DENNltf, M.W.
J. A. BKbWOOD. Ileoorder.
P0ST0FFICE BLOCK, - - SALEM, OR.
Admitted to practloe In all the courts.
Bpeolal attent on given to German speak
ing people aud buaineas at trie county and
slate offlcea. E. HOFKH, NoUry Public,
Authorized Capital $500,000.
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
W. A. CUHIOK, Pies. W. W. MARTIN, Vloe
Prea, J. H. ALBKRT, Uaabler.
BtAte, County and City Warrants bought
at Par. dw
MONEY TO LOAN
On tmprorsd Real Estate, In amounts and
Urns to suit. No delay In considering loans.
Boom , Bush Bank block.
i u iimi i r
a Bf WB Hr A 1 1 W S
"Caorl a Is to well adapted to children that
I reoonunand 1 1 as superior to any prescription
known to mo." JI. A. Aacirr.it, IT. D.,
HI So. Oxford Bt, Brooklyn, H. T.
"The use of 'Castcrla' Is so universal and
Its merits so well known that It seams a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Fair are the
Intelligent families who do not keep Castorla
within easy reaah."
duos ItinTTW, D. D ,
New York 6ty.
Lata Pastor Kc-omlngdalo Iteformed Churoh.
Completed and ready to wait on customers. Horses boarded by day or week,
at reasonable prices. We keep a full line of Truck", Drays and Express to
meet all demands. Also k.eep tbo finest Stallions in this oountv, for service.
Barn and residence 2 block south of postoffice. RYAN & CO.
If you would be clean and have your clothes done up in
the neatest and dressiest mannar, take them to the
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY
where all work is done by white
manner. UOLUJNifiL. J. OLMSTJfflU,
FAIR GROUNDS, SALEM,
July 4, 5, 6 and 7.
Tuesday, July 4th.
Running, seven-eighths mile dash, purse $200
Pony rare, 400 yds. 3 best in 8... " 1CJ
Ponies not to exceed 13 bands high.
Trotting, 2 45 clasa. 2 In 3 " 350
T'Ottlntr. 2-veur-olds. mile dasb " 150
Pacing, 'i:2i class, a .n3 . " 250
Wednesday, July 5tli.
Runnln;. one-half mile. 2-vearoldB. onrse SIKu
Running, one-halt mile and repeat, " 300
Trotilng,23" oias,2in3 ' 250
Trotting, 3 24 class. 2 mllo daab " 300
Thursday, July 6th.
Running,! miiedasht purse,$100
Running, mile dueh " 250
Trotting, 2:29 clasa 2 In 3 " 800
Pucing, 2-year-olds.mllo dash, " 150
Friday, July 7th.
Running, J mllo dash purse, (100
Gentlemen's roadster race 2in3 " 100
Horses without record, owners to drive
Novelty running race.O miles.. " 200
Ibis race Is for ladles, entrance flee; they
can change horses as often ns they wish.
ADMISSION: Gentlemen, 60 cents.
Ladles, 25 cis. Children over 12 years,
25 cts. Grand stand, 25uts.
President, H. W.G'iTTLE.
Vl06-Iresldent, W. J. KRWIN.
Secretary, F, N. DKRUY.
Treasurer, I. L. PATTKBBON.
The House Mover.
151 Marion Street.
lias (he best facilities tor moving and rais
ing houses. .Leave orders at Uray Bros., or
address Balem, Oregon.
Smith Premier Typewriter.
Bold on easy payment. For Rent.
W, I, STALEY. Anmt. Ssl.m.
JT,N.BrjRPKK,aea'lAgeat, 101 Third Bt,
Castorla cnres Colto, ObtvrllpatloB,
BourBtomach, Dlarrbcsa, ErnetaUoa,
Kills Worms, glras sleap, anal pretnotas d
TP.ihout Injurious mtdloatieai.
" For seTeral years I hav) racommerKtai
your ' Castorla. ' and shall always oontlnu to
do so as It has invariably produoed bsnefloaal
Edwik T. raaon, M. D
" Tha Wlnthrop," lIth Btnat and Tth Ave.,
Com-urr, 77 MtrasutT Brasrarr, Ksnr Yoar.
labor and in the most prompt
V1SC0S1N CENTRAL LINES,
(Northern Pacific R. R. Co,, Lessee.)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Two Through Trains Daily.
l.Mnn al 9.45am
1 .. Duluth alll.40am
1 . Asbland. al SJiOam
Tickets sold and baggage checked through
vo an poiuiB in tuo uiiiieuouiies anauanaaa.
Close connection made In Chicago with all
trains eolne East and Bouth.
For lull information apply to your nearest
ticket agent or J AS, O. POND,
Oen. Pass, and Tkt. Agt., Chicago, III;
Bids for Asylum Supplies;
The board of trustees of the Oregon State In
sane ruiyium invite leaieu proposals lor tne
lurumuinic ki iuo tuyiuin itearraiem, -regon
tbe lollowlng supplies for the six months end'
ing January 1,1894:
500 yards cotton flannel, Nashua XXX
1,200 yards Amoskeag, mariners stripe, blue
600 yards PequotA sheetings, S6 Inch, un
bleached 600 yards Lownsdale sheeting, ty Inch,
suo yards Continental, checked flannel.
300 yards Ulass crash. IS Inches wide.
700 yards bleached linen and French crash,
JO luvuva wiuo
210 yards Amoskrag blue denim.
200 yards 9-1 bleached sheetlne. Prnunt.
100 ynrds superior satin damask, 65 inch.
200 yards Marseilles checks, York Mfg.
t00 yards Dragon cloth assorted colors.
12 dor. white, stay binding , Inches wide.
25 doz. ladle' o tton hose.
6 dnz. mystlo Turkey red handkerohlets, 91
"75 doz. No. 83 white (Coat's) thread.
2 doz. No. 16 white (Coat's) thread.
S doz. No 60 while (Coat'si thread.
3d. z No. CO while (Coat',.) thread.
10 doz. No. 3fl b ack fOont thrajrt.
60 yards table oU cloth, best quality, light
12 doz. papers pins.
10,000 pounds beans, small white,
6,000 lbs granulated BUgar.
, 00 lbs. rolled oat, In barrels, fresh ground.
8,000 bs cracked wheat.
4.0O) lbs Gold Dust corn meal (or as good)
fresh ground in ban els.
?9iiJ !? "ommy, fresh ground In barrels.
4,000 lbs choice Island rice.
200 gallons New Orleans molatses, best
qu llty. '
l,0c ibs corn starch, Oswego.
6 000 lbs Liverpool sa.t.
600 lbs cheese, Cranston's or as good, full
l&OJbs O. A Co' A. Sc II. brand orb soda.
sou lbs cream tartar. J. A. Po gei's best,
SOgrosa Vulcan Superior Barely matches.
25 doz brooms.
3 dnz whisk brooms.
16 doz. ens oysters, fllno Point, or as good.
20 doz cans oysters, fields.
l"doz. in corn, taco or as good.
100 lbs. pi arl b triey
7iO Ibe. boda crackers XXX fresh.
i ios. uj sier cracaera JtAJt lresh,
100 bs. Oswego slots vtaroh.
20 boxes macaroni.
100 gallons kerosene, Pearl brand, In tanks.
20 gallons Albany spindle oil.
5 gallons Albany cylinder oil,
AnnhnrntT. mama. I... k&.. ,,
mi7 r.i ""i , weak ruuer process,
delivered as wanted. ..v..,
n.Vr.H i u f' raoro.or 4ess ot beef, as re-
j,.vU.Uvu. yaiM ui oro ana nina quar-
.?SlVniL?P Iff!"??' P9. to.'
ind sound. ' P""80 ln
3.000 nniinria 1TlrVaD..,nn M. . .. a
030 pounds Proctor & Gamble's Ivory, or as
"SS rund aPPles, best quality.
1.000 lbs. prunes.
100 lbs. raisins.
25 lbs. mace, ground.
60 lbs. rntisUr i, ground.
Soo Iba. black pepper ground,
20 lbs. cinnamon, ground.
30 Iba. ginger, ground.
1,000 lb. Colombia brand, or as good,
i 000 lbs. Costa Rica, fl at grade.
SCO lbs Government Java, ftrstgrad.
Uo lbs. Kaal Mock,
ava ibs, rsuswy,
TO HA COO.
JVxi IN. Iladss flamntr brand.
3 gross pan, Olllotl's Ho, 404.
I gross Mad pencils, rnbbsr tip Urn,
I grOM lead pencils, nibbar llh No, t,
1 box lvjndfia lnfta.nd.iu.atti. tjmm M a ...
tjlne.) -- .-
i r.x uwaon lscandsoenlMai,No,(jsi.
i mix Lonaoa incanaMenipenf,No.7(ca.
1 ream lgal-csp paper (extra good.)
1 ' journal
1 ledger - -
U dot. quart bottles Banford's prsmlunt
Stlos quart bettlsa nutTord's commercial
8 ouart bottltm Haulord's combined wrltlag
CROCK Kit Y.
lodos tea caps.
6 doz, hne quart oup howls,
1 doz, one i allon pitchers.
l doc chamber pots.
Sdos sjrup pitchers, 1 pint, glass.
lo dos. tumblers.
1 doz. lantern globes.
1 dos. shaker sails.
PAINTS AND OIM.
l.ooo pounds white lead.
1 barrel Unseed oil, boiled.
U'JIiEJ P'nt. Prince's metallo brown.
2o gallons turpentine.
2o pounds Venetian red.
10 pounds Chroma a-reem. drv In K nonnil
2 pounds chrome yellow. In oU.
6 lbs burnt umber, In oil.
6 lbs dry umber.
4 cans rose pink, In oil.
2 cans burnt sienna,
1 paper bronze.
Jf doz. Adams brushes No. So A. O. K,
w doz, round sash tool.
23 lbs, French oohre dry.
6 boxes glass 7x3o. '
6 boxes glass 8x2o.
loo pounds putty.
3 papers glaziers points.
2 doz. ilnca car metal for Laelanoh batteries,
Sdos 4 fiber washers.
8 doz. JJ
6d x. Lava tips.
1 doz. Klbo burner cooks.
1 doz. gas plllers.
1 doz.4 lead 8" traps,
loo pounds solder H and .
4o feet IK lead pip , 6 pounds.
4o feet 1 lead pipe 4 uounds.
4 pipe reamers, from H to .
6 pounds asbestos cai.dlewi.-k.
1 Jackson a scraper, S-inch flue.
1 extra Jaw each, 12 Inch, 18-lnch and 24-lnch,
2 doz shells.
doz iji ells.
H doz i sockets.
1 doz 1 inch sockets.
K duz 2 inch so'kets.
Y doz S flange unions.
2d s v.xA bushlBira.
1 dos. Jenkins Bros.
K doz X JenKlns Bros.
Vi doz, 2 JenKlns Bros, valves, movable
5 doz square head stop cocks.
. doz " r uiler htwa bibs flnlahtd.
1 doz H Fuller luln bibs finished.
i aoz i .top ana waste.
1 doz Ji stur and waste.
hi doz y, air cocks, '
Jidoz'Jf air cocks.
3 doz. 4 Inch slim taper flies.
8 doz 6-inch " "
8 doz 6 Inch " "
1 each 7, 0 and 12 oz. riveting hammer.
1 one pound 4 oz. octagon ball pin hammer,
l.ooo lbs, each No, 18, 2o aud 22 galvanized
sheet Iron, best brand Sox9S
2 boxea iixJ XXXX tin redlppsd.
1 box aoxffl XX tlu redipped.
6 paoKitges 2 ft, tlonad tlvets.
12 doz boiler handles. '
1 pair 7 ft Boldf ring coppers.
1 pair 6 ft soldering coppers,
3o ft 8d flnl.hlng nails.
2oo ft 6d finishing nails,
4oo fts 8d common nails.
4oo fta lod common nails,
loo bs 4d wire nails
3 gross eaeh screws linoh No. lo and Mlnch
No U , -r-
4 gross each screws Jf, i and 3 No 11.
2 gross each screws lirass H No. 4 No. 6
J4 doz. papers each 4 and k oz. taoks.
200 Joet Ji round iron, Norway.
loo feet 7-16 round Iron, Norway.
76 feet round iron, Norway.
b0 feet JJiJi Bat Iron, Norway.
loo teet ijjav flat iron, Norway.
60 feet lxJ flat iron, Norway.
K Keg N11 8 bind shoes (Burden's).
H Keg No. Blront shoes "
X keg No. 6 front. hoes "
H keg No. 6 hind shoes
2j fts Sweet American steel toe calx No. 4.
1 IB inch rasp (Heller bros )
1,000 ft, best blacksmith's coal.
lo lbs. K iron washers.
lo lbs. b 16 lrm washers.
loo feet angle steel Jixji.
1 blacksmith stock aud dies from Ms to 1-18
thread. 16, 2o, 3,1 and 83 (o 1 inch vwlth 4 taps
and 4 dlrs.
1 Hellwlg's patent bolt clipper No. 9,
600 feet manlllu mpe.
6 packages Ji and No. 8 copper rivets.
. JiTpll '8 leather, Stockton extra heavy SS
to 27 lbs. a side.
3 sides ornclrtlng, plump, 14 to 17 lbs, a side.
2 domestlo calfskins, brand II. B
, 3 buck skins, mealum size shaved,
lo lbs absorbent cotton.
2 Iba acldnm ojrbolicum pure.
1 lb acldum boiaclum,
1 lb acldum muriallcum O, P.
8 lbs acldum murlaticuin commercial.
1 lb acldum sulpburicum aromat.
6 lbs aqua ammonlae fort,
8 lbs chloroformum rjqulbbz,
l,3oo empty capsules No. 1,
l.itoo empty capsules No. 2.
1 lb flulu extract cannabis Ind. Wyeth Bros.
orP.D S Co.
2 Iba fluid extract buchu Fol. Wyeth Broi.or
P. D. a Co.
1 lb fluid extract zlngtberia Wyeth Bros, or
P. V. ii Co.
1 lb fluid extract hyosoyaml Wyeth Bros, or
P. D. v 1 o.
1 lb fluid extract glycyrrh Wyeth Bros, or P.
1), dt a.
eth Brrw. or P. U. A Co.
X lb Aula extract senna Wyeth Bros, or P D.
2lbsfluidxtract prunlsVlrg. Wyeth Bros.
or it. D. A Co
6 gallons glycerine pure.
1 dozen medicine glasses K oz.
3 gallons ol. rloini. n
8oz Ol. lemon.
1 ft pepsin Saooh. Falrchlld.
X ft ttherJacetlne Biyer. ' "
iljedJn.pnMipsiEmul, cod liver oil, lair
2 gTpes pill boxes, assorted sizes,
lib Pulv. Doverl.
1 ft Pulv. acaelae.
6 lbs. aoda Boiat.
3o fts Potass. Brom.
3 fts. Pataas. citrus.
3 lbs. Potass, lodldum.
coo nirpoaopnyinn, m grain eac o.
quinine ruipu. rw,
a lKj aiilntini. .,il.lln.
6 Ib, sod II bicarb.
00 10a suipu iiiKcnesine.
1 pound scLToliitana for syrup.
Xdos uf riugefc Davidson's No. 1.
6 pounda vaseline (XXX) renned.
bamplramaybeseenattheofflco of board.
Goods inuot be I11 aerq oauve therewlib. and
comelu original packages wbeu paible. lbs
rlgntio rfj.ct any or all bids Is retsrved.
Jiellvwy.ot supplies will be irqnlred wHJiln
ten days notice of acceptance of bid. A copy
ifJh8 d'-",'ment roust accompeny ach
bid and the name of class of Buppilesniustbe
on h envelope. Each bid must iTolrde all
dah -.wj.muu.ui uuur, uioaiauu
. A'.,1,tln fOoers are prohibited from can-
.nW.Vi.ri Tf ". "."T aui contain a mil ana
compleu description of the article to be pur-
..- . L, npruea at a o'clock p. in. on
Monday, July i,UV3. v j-.wj.v-
111.,, wttl u . . .
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