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it ,. J3JVENING CAPITAL. JOXHXNAJj, T-UEflDAT? , DECEMBER 5, lOJMI. 4i 'HE CAPITAL JOBIUML PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BT THK Capitti Journal Publishing' Company PoatoUoo Block. Commercial Btrcet. HOFERBROTHERS, Editors, Dally, by carrier, per months Dally, by mall, per year, Weekly, 8 pages, per year, 060 am .- 1.W SSUQUESPD COMMENT. Advertise In the beat newspapers only. , The Balem police iookn) hand In the city eleotlftn; Mr.vC!levelaqd."ure" the president of the Unltfrt;8tates. That cigar-shaped Coos Bay raft does not travel well on Ua.Hhape. The man who cap'ured the Pennoyer cannon got his work In Monday. Pennoyer Democrat were severely discounted In the Biilera city elections Lltt'o Jo. Albert is uuother Jo. Simon when It comes to wlnuluj; at ward poli tic i. Hundrods of JouknaI9 containing the president's message were sold as fast aa they could le printed., Postmortems that cost tho county n great deal and reveal nothing Bhould bo discouraged. Republican boltera In tho second wurd wore nearly offset by Democrats Who soratohed Billy Holmes. Judge Hubbard, of Marion county, continues to supply news only to his personal organ in whioh ho la a stock holder. A Republican who works so hard for the ticket that he forgetB to vote de serves a pension. That is what M. u Tarploy did lu the first ward. A post mortem held by some doctor td satisfy himself that he was mistaken afl to the cause of the victim's death, should not be held at public expense. Geo. P. Hushes and his friends made a splendid fight in the fourth ward and deserves the thanks of all Republicans for undertaking' an almost hopeless contest. Witp. three newspaper?, a bank, the Republican- party and a lot of his own parly against him, that boy from Yew ParKdid pretty well to carry the fourth ward. Thore area few Democrats who Beem to bo stronger with tho Republican par ttf than thev are with tholr own. Sa lem has two suou at least: Geo. R. Gray, alderman from tho third ward, and John H Albert from tho fourth. The Journal is In receipt of a note from Win. MoKlnlev. governor of Ohio and Oregon Republicans, thank injttho Republicans or Salem for their BURnlflcout demonstration In honor of his great victory. Friends who desire to see tho style of an autograph that will be attaohsd to federal commissions on and after March 4, 1897, can como in and Inspeot It. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Lbcal Correspondence from Towns in tho Valloy. FROM AUM8VILT.K. The turkoy shooting match was post poped on uqcount of tho ruin., Pearl Miller kpep bis turkeys, aud wi keen our powder, shot, and money and like the governor, "eat chicken for Taanksglviug." On ThHnlthoMntf nlelit n double but prise partywa4 wclved by, the Weaver household. A number of old married people took possession of their house, moMbeuiftolvctf at homtS spread the table wltti everything good to eat, and then .fat down and ,oat It all up, aud went homo after spcudlng.a. pleasant OTonlng. MMJhfcrJes'HeliiB has built a" six foot p'anlcflJp walk In front of his proper ty. Mr. 8p$a,ts tho happy father of a new boy, r Heaaya.ho.l now satisfied, that he, JuiUvauted. seven boys; that he Is going to train, them up rightly, and the, crowning plory of ina happl nM will be when ho can inarch them up to the poll ami oast eight votes for the Populist ticket. We, ana people, have decided to set- tie the vexed queetlou that 1ms puzzled so many wise men for ages. On Mon day lilgh.t will ha oommeuced nn argu moat .between two great disputants, Ry. BoljneH aud Rev, Andersou, for tlprpoa of locating the Subbatn 4aj, ensr.in favor of Sunday and ono In fcoSataiidtty. Now If Saturday akoul4' Win the day how badly the gtf CfrftstlaV world will feel, to think tssSsW bfcvttaHWAted the Sabbath IHairtf H Is. Our oonsolenccs not btai-VM'y tender, It la easy on Saturday to believe (hat Kunduy u tho )9MMth aud on Sunday to believe that Saturday is the right day, but after this debate Is over, and the Baooatu is per manently located there will be no ox cuso even for us. FROM BTAYTOrf. Miss Alice Davie returned from-Tur-nor Saturday, where she has been on a short visit. MIm Stella Woodlngton, of Salem, Ih visiting her aunt, Miss Magers, of this place. Miss Tempest Dunlvin has been quite ill for the past week. Mrs. Dr. Kitchen and daughter Dean went to Albany Thursday to eat Thanksgiving dinner. Mr. John Dorcas has bought Riley Thomas' place on Thurston street. Thn entertainment at the opera-house Wednesday evcnlnc for the benefit of the Baptist .church proved'td be'a-de-eW'ed success. Misses Starr and Cress twoofour teachers in the publlo school here weut to Balem Thurday-.to spend a rew days. Tho chair factory Is to change hands very shortly. Messrs. Thomas, Dorcas md Miller being the purchasers. There Is some talk of a dramatic club being formed this wluter. Mr. Wm. Wlraer and wife, of Port land, aro home visiting friends and i heir parents. Our enterprising landlord of the Farmers's hotel gave a big Thanksgiv ing dinner Thursday. About 75 par took of the good things with which the table fairly groaned, and reported a i;ood time in general. A very pleasant surprise party was tendered Billy Cooper, at his home on Second St., the occasion being his 18th birthday. Gauien and dancing being ttm nrlnclnal amusements of the eve- Hint? which was iudulged inuutila late hour, when all took their departure, winning Billy mauy more such happy birthdays. FROM CIIEMAWA. A new Democratic olerk Is located at H trrisou Institute. Tho county bridge on tho old Salen and Portland road between here and Salem was damaged aud uearlx wrecked hy ho water that backed over it from R. R. AH ou Dr. Reynold's place. This is a case of the penny wise and pound foolish proceeding of the S. P. R R Co. in putting In a 5 wooden cul vert under a $50Q gravel fill and s small also that It would not even carry ordinary winter water. 'The reiult is several acres of fnrm land overlaid with a deposit of gravel making it val uless, the ii ling up of the ditch of that drainage district, causing au Immense lot of damage to the farms n that.dis trlct by tho overflow, and necessitat ing the redigging the ditch as it is com pletely filled. There Is also the loss to the county by their bridge being dam aged as well as loss to Mes9rs. Cottle aud Royuolds In fencing. Hie water in Lake Labish draluage district has been higher this time than at any time bofore or since our ditch wb completed. A. C. Goodrich has abandoned us aud is now located In North Yamhill. 8, G. Pugh la talking of movlug to Salem, having leased all his farm land. Miss Minnie Goodrich Is teaching our school and making a success of it; will have a 0 mouths' schooj this time. We have a literary society In good ruuning order in the Kizer school house. Meetlugs every Saturday even lug. FROM 8UNNYSIDE. Tho people of Suuuyside and vicin ity celebrated Thanksgiving at. the school houso on.the SOth ult. A goodly number wero present, in spite of the inclement weather. Rev. J. B. Eirty, of Salem was present, and dellvored an appropriate address from the text "He has not dealt so with any Notloa," con firming his remarks for the most part to the early settlements nnd the estab lishment of our model form of govern ment. laying particular stress upon the wlsdem, patriotism aud coujage of our fathers, In building even better than thy knew. After the sermou, our estimable fel low citizen, I. M. Wagner, whose char liable, hand Is felt in mauy ways In this coumiunlty.ln a few well chosen words, presented the speaker with a beautiful, ludexod Oxford pocket Blble.aa a token of the esteem lu which ho Is held, by the people of tiuniiyshle. At tho conclusion of tho services, a splendid Ttiauksivlug dinner was spread, to which all tried to do Justice. Dinner over, au hour or so was devoted to song, aud soilul converse. AH seemed to have spent a pleasant Tharrksgivlng, aud before adjourning. It was resolved that Suuuyside should have its usual Christmas tree. FROM HUMIARD. Joseph JuuulugB Is prepariug to. go to xuuny Kunsas. William Yearn wauts a license to run a saloon . Mr. Plotts' new house is rapidly bearing completion. A G. A. R. post has been organized In Hubbard with S members. Dr. S. Weaver spent a day In Sa lem last week, norn, to the wife of G. A. Dlmlok, a Jlne girl. Dr. Weaver In attendance. Tho K. P. lodce Is In a prosperous and growing condition, Nore Gleason Is on the sick list. We did not learn the nature of his elckuees. ' Geo, J. Wolfer is getting on a good stock of Christmas goods. J. B, Thompson, of-.Tacoma, Wash., is the guest of his brother William. Israel Yoder has been takeu to Jhe hospital at Portland for treatment to cure consumption- There Is a bljz kick from Democrats, Republicans, business men and citizens generally against the-administration appointing Mr. Caldwell, r of Salem, as postmaster at this place. Chas. De Waters is taking a course of treatment at Mr. Wolfefs medical spring. Alfred WOlfer is again able to be out after his encounter with Mr. G. Pow der. Grant Dimlck took a trip up to Wood burn last Saturday. William Yearn and Joseph Jennings had a law suit at Gervals last Saturday. Justice deferring judgment uulilMou day. .MlssNoe, our new photographer, is having a good run of-custom. Mr. Johnson and family uear Needy, were the guests of his brother Albert, Uit Sunday. Bud Dlmlok has purchased Bert Priest's Interest In the Daniel's and Priest warehouse. S. F. White has moved his chop mill lritb the Dave Wolfer tinshop, where he will chop feed two days out of each week. Thanksgiving day, Nov. SOth, was universally observed. A flue leoture will be given in the armory hall next Tuesday evening, by Frank Davey, Esq., iu the iuteresta ot AheA. O. U. W. Everybody invited. Say, did you hear the howl of the onion set growers agaiust the seed merchant of Portlaud? Well they had a right to howl as they were badly swiudled by contracting with gaid Bted merchants. The small hoys are having lots of iportou Shirley Buck's frog p,md, hav ing constructed a uumber of rafts, which they pole around with agieat deal of enj yuaeut. A Fight between Giants. Both desperate, both determined! The King of Medicines In couttst with the King of Maladies! Dr. Pierce'r Golden Medical Discovery against "Consumption!" It is not the struggle if a day, but the first blows are the fa tal blows! In its early stages, Coneump ton (wnloh is Lung-scrofula) wlllylelo to this Remedy 1 This has beon proven beyond a doubt by innumerable sue cesses! Actitlug directly upon the blood, Its i-cope includes nil scrofulous affections, Liver and Lung diseases as tj bldod-purfler and vitalizer, it stands uncqualed. Headquarters for all dnlly papers, at J. L. Bennett's post office block news stand, tf NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION. Tho drug and medicine Arm hereto fore doinir business uuder the style of Smith & Steiner, have this day dis solved partnership by mutual consent, Dr. J. J. smitn retiring, xne ousiness will bo continued by Lee Steiner, at the old red corner stand, where all bills and accounts are to be settled, Salem, Dee. 1st, 1893. J. C. Smith, M. D. Lek Stkiner, Eilllf, Quickly, Permtnantljr Restored. WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, DEBILITY, ami all Ihe train of tIU from early erron or later esccues, tbe result! ot overwork, itckneai, worry, etc FulUtreocth, development and tone given o e err organ and goitlpn of the body, Impir.natarnlmethoda. ImmedUtolruprtivement een. Fntlurehnpoolbla, SAU reference. Book, explanation and proof mailed (sealed) free. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO. N. Y. DR. GUNN'S .ONION SYRUP FOR COUGHS COLDS AND CROUP. GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE tn railing fmUy ef nine eblldren. ty only rindv tor Oougb. Coldi and Croup wu onion avrup. ItUJiMtUffrMtlvetcdayaaHwufoitr Tr MO. Haw my irmadahlldratt t Dr. Ounn'OnlonrrP,wfclottUlrdy prepared and more pleaaan to Ik taai. Bold everj-wnera. tarf a batUaa M MtU. Take aa iibtUtuti far Ik Hold h lU-kett V nu vp. WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES (Norton PadRc R. It, Co., letn.) LATEST TIME CARD. Dally Through Train, ItMptU l:'i5pm risam s.aspm Tllipiu 4 0pm Tlpra 1 Minn a 8: Maun Hnt.ni 90m S.40ps I HtPul a 1 Uuiutta I Aalil.nd. s ll.lOaiu R.l5ara &.00pnt aCnlcir I llCUOpm Ticket aold and lantn checked through to all poln'a In lb United rU(e and Oinada llABtmnntflbm vnajl In (?hlflAjm Vith ml Iralna gi'lng Kaat and Hoalb. foriau iniurinauoa apoir u yur uwiw Ueket axent or JA4, O. tONI. uea, raaa, ana im -aH uaigao, xu wii HVKBiaiyB Mmwj isi fciS Vjmj; g t ii igp3yjK5 Joseph Ruby Son of Ilarry K. Euby, of Columbia, Pa., Suffered From Birth "With a Severe Form of Scrofula Humor " Until my boy was six years of ago he was from birth a terrible anfferer from scrof ula. Sores would appear on him and spread until as JLnrge aa a Dollar and then dis charge, followed by others, so that tho larger part of Ills body was one mnaa of aorea all the time, especially severe on his legs and back of his ears and on his head. Tho humor had a very offensive odor, and caused Intonso Itching We oannot tell how that poor boy suffered. Physicians did not effect a cure. At last I decided to give him Hood's Sarsaparilla. In about two weeks tho Sarsaparllla began to havo effect. Tho sores commenced to heal up; the flosh began to look more natural and healthy. Then iho scales came oil and alt over his body new and healthy flesh and skin formed. When ho had taken two bot tles lie was entirely frco from sores, having only tho scars to show whero they had been. These havo all disappeared, Wo are unable to express our thanks for tuo good Hood's Sarsaparilla has dono our little boy.'' Hajuiy K. Euby, Box 3DC, Columbia, Pennsylvania. HOOD'8 PILLS cure Liver ni, Jaundice, rtlllnusncss, 8iok Headache and Conitipatlon. DR. GUNH'S IMPROVED urn PILLS AMILD PHYSIC ONE PILL FOR A DOSE. 4 movement of the bowela each day, la ntcaaaary or health. Theae pllla aupplv "what tha eyatem taoka t o make It regular. Cure Headaohe. brighten she Eyea and dear the Complexion better than osme'ioa. They aot mildly, neither gripe nor lioken aa other pilla do. To oonvlnoe you of thrlr aerlta we rarll aamplea free, or full box SSo. add ivarywhera. Boaanko Mod. Co, PhUadalphla, Pa. Hold hv Bkoti A Validly ih HAVE YOU GOT PILES 1TCU.1NO Tll&o known by motatur llio perapiratlon, cauae tnteuao itching when warm. Thla form and BUND. EUlEDIlf U or PEOTRUDINQ PLU.U TirLDATOJJCETO DR. BO-SAN-KO'S PILE REMEDY, whioh acta directly on parte affected abaorbs tumora, allaya ltohtnc,enectln( permanent cure. Frteo 60a. Z)-ujtsiate or mall. Dr. Boaanko, rhUaielphia,!?. Kold tiv Bw"kiM ft Vn P yp THEPAC1FIC DETECTIVE AND COLLECTING BUREAU SALBM, - - Oregon Irtvate work a specialty. C. B. CliKMENT, Manager. Hotel Monterey. Newport, - - Oregon. Located on tbe Beach. two miles nortb of Newport on Cave Cove, a beautifully stoelterea erxrtt wonaenui scenery, Bea bathinc, fine drives to Cape Foul weath er lighthouse. House new, rooms large and airy. Finest resort for families or invalids. Open all winter. Terma moderate by day or week. Intending visitors can drop a postal card to New port and be met by back. John Fitzpathick, d-2 m Proprietor. SMITH BROS., CONTRACTORS & PLASTERERS. Leavaorden attXHUe-Varkhuritblockoom b.Hatem, Oregon. MISS BALLOU'S KINDERGARTEN Connecting ani Primary Clarges open Jloiulnj, Sept. Sotli, fVr. Court and Liberty street', opposite orera nouie. JIM For teachers and mothors will bean October 2d. at the tame place. For partli ulars itpplv to Mrs. P. S. Knight, Frlncl aL $3,000.00 A YEAR FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS. If you want work that If pleasant and profitable, etna m jour addrrtt luiinralatelr. We ttach men and women how to earu from S5.00 pr day to IM.000 per year without hiring bad previoai eipericuce, aud furutiu the employment at which they can make that amount. Kolldur difficult to learn cr that require much time. The work U eaiy. healuiy, and liouorable, and can be done dur in dartltn or erenlugi, rljht in your own local. Hy, wfiererrr you lite. Tha remit of a few houra work often cquala a wk'i wares. We hare tautltt tbousandi of both aexea and all ajcti, and many have laid foundations that will turelr bring them richea. Some of the amarteat men In thla country owe their tueecaa tn life to the atari rlttn them while In our employ yeart (a. You, reader, may do aa wall; try It. You cannot fall. No capital ntceatary. We lit you out with tometblne that la now, aolid. and aur. X book brimful oladrlea la free to au. Htlpyour aU by writing (or It to-day not to-morrow. Belaya ara coatiy. E. C. ALLEN & CO., Box 430, AUGUSTA. MAINK. trjr tQ 1 ,KSL. & Jl XSr Jl S rutieral Waxen Cmclaa. Toward the end of the fourteenth cen tury arose the practice of carrying a waxen rfflgy of the deceased either on or before tho coffln in the funeral pro cersion. The earliest instance of this practice is in the case of 'King'Henry V, whose effigy formed tho "first of those fig ures which are still preserved in West itnlnster abbey. This custom was only observed in the case of royalty and per sons of high position. Tho expense of A waxen representation of tho deceased would prevent poor people from follow ing it. The waxen effigy of Oliver Crom well lay in stato while the body itself was being embalmed, so that most prob ably tho actual corpse was never exposed to public view. The practice appears to have been discontinued shortly after the Restoration. Westminster' Gazette. Bids for Asylum Supplies. THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OP THE Oregon state Insane asylum invite sealed proposals for furnishing at the asylum near Salem, Oregon, the following sup plies for the six months ending June 30. ISM. PLUMBING. 1 doz. each U, . , , 1V4 and 2 Inch tecs 1 dor. each , , 1, V&. and 2 Inth elln 1 doz. each X and H inert Keystone unions. 1 doz each 1, 14 and 2 Inch flange unions. 1 doz. each 1 doz. each M. 1. 1 street ells, and Vi inch sockets. 1 doz. each Vt, and l incn plugs. 2 doz. each. and Vi inch compression bibs, finished. 2 doz. each and inch comprefloIv, hose bibs, finished. 100 feet each of , . V,. , 1. and 1 inch black pipe. 100 feet each of i, and 1 inch galv. pipe. ii doz. each hi, and H Jenkln's valves removable disks. 1 doz. each i and 1 inch Jenkln's valves removable dlsKs. 21 sq. feet 3 rdy rubber packing. 10 lbs. each V and sq. nax packing. 1 Jackson's flue scraper, 3 inch. 20. bushels charcoal. 100 lbs. solder, 'A and . 2 each extra jaws arid nuts for 12, IS and 21 inch Stlllsons wrenches. 10 lbs. Asbestes candle wick. 144 sq. feet sheet lead i lb. 2 doz. Sampson's battery cells. 2 doz, nnd glass gage washers squar'e. DRY GOODS. 2,500 yards cotton flannel, Nashau XXX. 1,200 yds. pequot A unbleached 45 Inch. 1,000 yards Mariners stripe. bUO yards L,onsdale bleached. 1,500 yards pequot A sheeting, 36 Inch; 500 yds. Continental check flanneh 500 yds. glass crash towelling, 18 inch. 200 yds. bleached linen French towell ing. 100 yds. bleached sheeting' pequot 9-i. 100 yds. Marsellls check. York Jdfgi 6 boxes white stay binding Inch 12. dozen Turkey red handkerchiefs, 24 incn. 50 dozen Coat's thread, white No. 36. 12 dozen Coat's thread, black No. 16. 15 dozen Coat's thread, black' No. 36. 12 dozen Coat's thread, black No. 16. 12 dozen black' linen thread. No. 25. 50 yards table oilcloth, white. 12 dozen papers pins. 50 doz. prs. men's socks (half hose.) 1 doz. prs. men's gloves, Nos. 9 and 10, extra heavy. 15 dozen pairs Buspenders. 100 yards nllesla, 40 Inch, drab. 1 great gross men's pants buttons. 1 great gross pants buckles. 6 great gross men's shirt buttons, me dium size. 12 great gross men's pearl buttons, white. 2 dozen corsets (assorted sizes, 20 to 30. dozen thimbles, Nos. 9 and 10 closed ends. 6 pairs Jean pants, 2929, 6 pairs Jeans pants. 3030. 12 pairs Jean pants, 3131. 12 pairs Jean pants. 3333. 12 pairs Jean pants, 3332. 6 pairs jean pants, 3331. 6 pairs jean pants, 3234. 12 pair jean pants, 3533. 12 pairs jean pants, 36 32. 6 pairs jean pants, 3733. 6 pairs jean pants, 37 J. 6 pairs jean pants, 3832. 6 pairs jean pants, 3833, 6 pairs J"an pants, 3930, 6 pairs jean jackets, 3932; YARNSL. 200 lb?, heavy white wool yam. 150 lbs. -cheapest grade wool yarn, as sorted colors. 200 lbs. Crown mills carpet warp. GROCERIES. IN BAKRBL3 OB BOXES. 15.000 fts rranulated sugar, extra fine, dry. 12,000 lbs (i C sugar. S.iOf Dm rolled oats. 5,000 lbs cracked wheat. 5(XBrorn meal. 500 lbs uomlny, small crooked. 1,500 tn, hominy. 6,oou ft. rio. WBH. Dining.! S00 gillons vlnegsr. 'to KHllona N, O. molasses. l.CKO lb. aim sta'cb, Oswetfo, 10,000 Jbi. Liverpool Milt. 40 lbs. Utrb. Eoda, A and H. svj Sua. cream tarter. FoltrerS. SO gross safely ma ihe (Vulcan). 1 bale bro,m corn, 3 aoz-na wli bIc brooms. 85 u sen ojrters, cans (A. Field's Oove). IS rinun i mi i n (Kav Vllle 1 SIM ft, soda crackers, XXX, lurnlshed as re-1 " a 000 gallon syrup (Premium). lit fh AtnittAA iRLrirlit W&xl. 3 dnzea NVorcesUrsblre sauce, in qts., LeC aud l'orrlnsj 2.0&4. gertnea. lOUSti sauo H) tbj ktua starch. ' 6wlb.sjil oda, 2j dozn brooms. JUl iba perl barley. 100 lbs. BUrch.gloji', 30 bnea macamnl. t liiivnfl virnilflll. 600 Cm. cheese, CTunston's or as good, fur- niauea as require a. BPIOES. 75 lbs mnjtard. 4o0 lbs. bUcfc pepper. Olb.gluger OJ iba. albplce. crtOCKERY. 11 doin tea caps 15 doxan tea H'tucen. 15 don qmrl soup bowls. 2 d.is n I k-al on pitohers. ' 3 Uos-n sihiii pUUM. 1 o sen bowls i.d pitchers. 1 ilonn oUMtnber pots. 1 d (tut bed pus. 1 doaea pint si rup pitchers. S doien lantern c:loie 8 doaen pint crrttn pitchers. S doxen lueh dlnne- p.alra. 2dosn7nch pla ptat. 8 doteu U lueU vegetable dl&h.t 4 d im 10 inch veseU de dlrbea. 1 ddu uiar bowta 3 0ot-n n Inch p utters, 3 dtxu 11 inch- platt.rs? fLOUR. 650 barrels, rnons or lea bast roller process. drliverea reouirso, 5 barrels crainuninor. orlaii, delivered 'as W1"' BOAP.- SCO lbs. extra- pals aa von.1 1.009 loa, Ivory 91 lbs. shavlDC. m cake T. B. Wllllanos & - TKA. WOlbs rnJ'brealiftoVT 1,000 Iba, uncoioredUipan, Uiclu oorvsicr V0001ba.CortaIUca, irtlltiv Java. " 300 Iba. Uocaw V Iba. chicory, BUTTER. t51ba,awk,moroxlcaa,beatcTeai.er7, ,.., -- - PURITY 1 TOBACCO. 3,000 lbs. Blcdge Hammer. MKATU. G00 lbs. per day, more or less, of beef and mutton a required In equal part ol foie nnd hiud quarters. FI8U; Fish a required, giving price per flouKdfof, furnishing tnd different kinds perfectiyifreib und sound. LEATHER. THE BEST DOMESTIC STOCK a dozen oil craln calf, 40 lbs. to tho desert 1 dozen call skins, 40 lbs. to the dozen J r 1 dozen Imitation krrain coal, sultablofbr quarters," Tor shoer 13 lo 34.' S dozen sheep skins for lining, sha ed. h buakaxlng for llnlnr. shaved. ttoll grained kip skins, average 6 lbs, each 1 doz. kip skins, average 5 tbs. each. 3 sides skirting IS to 18 Tbs. eachV COO lbs. Santa Cruz sole leather, extra heavy No. 1, average weight 25 tbs. to the Side. 1 doz. Tails English shoe Veb. 12 yards English shoe core; 5 in. wide. 1 oz. Russian bristles. 1 doz silk twist D. 6 spools linen thread, N6. 23. 6 spools linen thread NO. 25.- 2 lbs. Harbours shoe thread No.1 12., 6 bottles leather cement (Cub brand.) 6 bottles rUbber cement (Draxlllan.) 3 doz. pieces shoemaker's wax. 6 lbs. 1 oz. shoe tacks. 6 lbs. brass nails. 12 tbs. 6-8 brass nails. 12 lbs. 4-8 brass nails. 12 lbs, brass nails. 12 lbs. 8-8 iron heel nails. 12 lbs. Iron heel nails.' 12 lb 6- mm beei nuns. 12 lbs. iron heel nails. . 2, doz. Bradbury machine : needles (wedge point) No 4. " 2 sq. feet rubber cloth for patching. 20 yards heavy ticking for lining. TINWARE. 5 doz. pressed pans, 8. Inch. ' - 10 doz. pint cups. 24 doz. table spoons. GRANITE IRON WARE, 1 doz. wash basins. 6 doz. knives and forks. 2 doz. ladles, in tw6 sizes.- GALVANIZED IRON WARE. 1 doz. slop pails with covers. MISCELLANEOUS. & dozen wash tubs, small sizes. 10 lbs. bees wax, yellow. 2 doz. dust brushes. 8 dozen scrub brushes, with 'handles.' 3 dozen shoe brushes. 2dozen hair brushes. 1 dozen whitewash brushes. & dozen kalsomlning brushes. 2 dozen shavlnt,- brushes-. . 6 dozen' boxes shoe blacking" (P. M.) - 3 dozen poxes nair pins. 3 dozen combs. 3 dozen papers' needles "Nos.' 2. 3 dozen papers needles Nos. '3. 3 dozen papers needles Now, 4. G dozen papers needles Nos. 51 6 dozen papers needles Nos. 6. 4 gross safety pins. 6 dozen mop handles. 12 dozen mop rags, OILS. 50 packs playing cards double headed. 1 gros3 shaker pipea. 200 gallons kerosene, more .or less, deliv ered in tanks as required. 20 gallons Albany spindle. 10 gallons Albany cylinder. 100 gallons turpentine. 20 lbs. Albany compound No. 3. 2 dozen bottles sewing machine:" 200 tbs. parratllne in 1 lb cakes. . 1 case axle grease, H and L. BOOTS, SHOES. SLIPPERS; ETC. Mens shoes. , - ' , i 20 pairs No. 6. , , " 20 pairs No. 7. 20 pairs No. 8. 20 pairs. No. 9. Men's boots. 20' pairs No. 7. , 1 doz, pr. rubber boots,' sizes' from 8 to 10. 20 pairs No. 8. 10 pairs No. 10. 10 pairs No. 11. Men's leather slippers. 20 pairs No. 6. 30 pairs No. 7. 30 pairs No. 8. 30 pairs No. 9. 30 pairs No. 1ft.- . - 20 pairs No. It - 10 pairs No. 12. Ladles shoes. 20 pairs No. 3. -, -20 pairs No. 4. .:' O 30 pairs No. 5. 30 pairs No. 6. -, 10 pairs No. 7. Ladies carpet slippers? 20r pairs 'No. 5.? 20 pairs "No. 6. 20 pairs No. 7. 15 pairs No, 8. 10 pairs No. 9. 10 gross shoe laces.' STATIONERY. 3 gross pens, London Incandescenf"No.'4 2 gross pens, London Incandescent No, . 2 gross pens, Londonlneandesc-ntNo.7 t gross pens, Gillotts No. 401. 1 dozen pen holdirs. 8 dozen lead pencils. 10 reams Wedgwood letter paper, half "'l'gross Indelible Ink tn bottles; Payson'sf ! dot bottles mucilage, Sanfords Uni versal. DRIED FRUIT. . In barrels or boxes. 2,500 lbs. apples. 2.000 lbs. peaches. 1.500 lbs. prunes. 100 lbs. raisins. HARDWARE. 1 dozen feather dusters. 1 doz wash boards, best quality. 2 packages each 2, 3 and 4 lb tinned rivets. ... 1 pair 5 lb soldering Irons, . 40J feet each U and i round Norway 100 feet each 7-16 and H round" Norway lT7S'feit each lxS. lVlxS. lttxS flat Norway Iron. 75 feet each x. xtf. IxH.' 1UK flat Norway Iron. 10 feet each i. H. V octagon-tool steel. 10 feet each round tool steel. . H keir each No. 3. 4, 5 front horse shoes (Burden's light. H ker each No. 3. 4, 5 hind horse shoes (Burden's light. 10 lbs. each No. 7 and 8 Putnalm'a horse shoe nallq. . . 5 lbs. each No. 6 Putnam's horse shoe nails. 2S lbs. each No. 3 and 4 Sweet's Araer can toe calks. 10 lbs. each No. I Sweet's Amert-' can too, calkSv : horse rasps; 14 Inch; Hitler's. 1 Iron saw handle for key-hole saw with 6 saws, assorted. 2 each Morse twist drills M to 7-1F by' 1-1S wjth S Inch shant 3d tbs. each of K. 1. lL Mi. lV'S inch round head rivets U Inch. 2 each t Inch and 13 Inch monkey wrenches. .... H doxen each H. H- V nA l tnch ot Nos. 7. 8, J. copper belt rivets. , 2 belt'punches. NaT and S. 1 revolving Dunch with four punches. 109 each itfxJ-1. Jttx-1. xL txSL SxU. 2U and CzH Inch carriage boTiE ltt) each Mix5-lS and 4x5-14 machine bolts. J6 tbs. each ft and Iron waxhtrs. f f mm mm mm mm1 t ' " " .. .. . a. an mm ia ia a ,r PURiOTlt That Is tlie fundam'fentaPprinciptefcfvour business and on it we stake oQr reputation when; making the GAIL BOFiDtH-LiGLE-BRiHO Condensed Milk. In times of epidemics when 11 foods are called into question the public can rely with perfect confidence on the? Eagle brand and serve it with theassurance that it is a food Free 'From Alii Disease Germs, Remember that I It's the f5od for cHiidrert. j Your Grocer and Druggist sell it. Every can is sterilized and every microbe killed. waw m , ,i a, 10 lbs. each U and blank nuts. 400 feet Inch manlllao rope. 400 feet' Inch manllla rope. 200 feet Vt inch manllla rope. 2" cross screws each, 1 inch No. 7 and 11. 2 inch No. 14, 1 fnch No. 9 and No. 11, T4 inch No. 7 and No. 5. 2 lbs. brads 'each, , and T4 Inch. 1 set Jertntng's brace bits. 1 set gimblet brace bits. u doz. compass saw blades, from 8 inch to 12 Inch. 1 diamond for cuttng glass. No. 1. 1 set bench planes, wooden. 1 hammer No. 7. 1 set Firmer chisels (Barton's.) DRUGS. 5 lbs. acid carbolic cryst.' pure. - 10 lbs. acta muriaitc cumuicrwui.. 1 lb nitric aclr C P. 1 lb acid sallclllc powdered. 1 lb acid tannic. .... 10 lbs. aqua ammonia concentrated in 4 lb bottles. , . 10 IbSi ammppla, muriate powdered. 2 lbs. ammonia carbonate. 6 lbs. ammonia bromide. 2 rbSi antlfebrln (Kalle and Co.) 2 lbs. blue ointment. 3 .lbs. bismuth Sub. Nit (Malllnchrodt.) 2 1M. chalk prep. 20 tbs. cotton absorbant hospital. 1 lb calomel. 2 lbs. chloranodyne. 5 rbs. chloroform (Squibbs.) 10 lbs. chloral hydrate (Merck.) Vi lbs. ether In V4 lb cans (Squibbs.) 60 lbs. epsom salts. 8 lbs. elixir lodo-bromlde of calcium comp. (Tllden and Co.) 5 lbs. glycyrrhlza comp. powdered. 1 lb golden seal powdered. 5 lb hematic syrup hypophosphates (P. TY nnd f!o.S "4 lb Jalap powdered. 5 lbs. mustard ground. 1 lb opium powdered. ..... 2 gallons oil castor (Baker's A. A.) 5 gallons oil malaga. 14 lb oil cloves pure. 1 lb oil orange pure. ,. lb oil peppermint pure. lb oil lavender-ptire. H lb oil bargamont pure. 2 lbs. pepsin sacch. (Falrchllds.) 1 lb pepsin (Boudaults.) 4 lbs. phenacetin (Bayer.) 25 lbs. potaBh bromide -bulk". 2 lbs. potash- chlorate powdered. 5 lbs. potash iodide- gran. (Malllhcft- .3 Its, potash citrate gran, (Malllnc krodts.) ,. . v- 5 lbs." pyrophosphate of Iron (Squibbs.) "A lb tartarate of iron and potash. 2 iba? soda boras.- powdered.- 3 lbs. soda bromide. t lb BOda hypophosphate gran. 2 lbs. soda phosphate gran. 2 lbs. solution chloride of Iron (MalHnc krodts. . 6 lbs. syrup hypophosphate compound (Fellove.) . , ,. 1 ltr vanilla bean (Mexlcani) K" rhn BiitfnnAl Baver.) A lb antlpyrine (Dr. Knorrs.) SO- pillions alcohol. 05 pr cent. 5 'gallons glycerine" pdre, a) 10s. vaseline XXX ref. 50 oz. quinine sulphate (K. and M.) 2 oz.- lunar caustic pure. . . 1. oz. morphine sulphate (P. and W. A oz, strychnia sulphate cryst. oz. red iodide1 mercury. 1 oz. yellow' oxide mercuryi 2 oz. menthol. y, oz. cocaine muriate.' 1 lb sponges surgeons No. L 1 lb sponges carriage "No. L 1 lb solution subsulphate of iron (Squibbs.) , . 1 gross phials 1 oz. 2 gross phials 4 oz. 1 gross phials 6 oz. 2 gross phials "8 oz. 2 gross corks each No. 4, 6 and 8(laper.) 3 gross pill boxes assorted sizes No. 29. 30 and 31. 2,500' empty capsules No 1 (P. D. and Co. ., 2,500 empty capsules No. 2 (P. D. and Co. Soluble hypodermic tablets. 1.000 hypo, tablets No. 9 in cases 10 bottles each (J. Wyeth Bros.) 2.000 hypo tablets No. 45 in cases 10' bottles each (J. Wyeth Bros.) 200 hypo, tablets Nd. a (J. Wyeth Bros. 4 doz. cod liver oil Em. (Phllllps)-large. 1 doz. Davidson's syringe No. 1- 2 doz. Davidson's syringe No. 2. 5 doz. camels hair pencils assorted. 4 doz. plasters Allcock's poms. 4 doz. plasters Wells strengthening. 2 boxes plasters Meads adhesive (SL and J.) 2 boxes Plasters silk Isinglass sur geon's pink IS. and J.) 1 boxes Plasters silk Isinglass sur geon's black. (8, and J.) , . 2 boxes 'Plasters capsicum:' S.' ana J.) 3 lbs. pills c, c Imp. gelatin coated (P D.- and Co.) .200 pills aloln 1-5 grain (P. D. and Co.) 300 pills alolne U grain (P. D. and Co.) 500 pills aloln comp. (P. D. and Co.) zw puis- u. u. gr&n. pinK &- gr. U'. Pi and-' Co,) 100- pills 'jiux1 vomica pint gran. 1-50 gr. (P, D. and- Co.) 200 pills nux vomica grain (P. D. and Co.) 200 pills assaf.oetIda 1 gr. (P. D. and Co.) , 200" pills assafoetida, 2 gr (P. D. and Co.) ' 500 pills emmereagogue gelatine coated (McK and R.) 300 -pills aloes "i&Tml S. w--. 1 lb fluid extract aconite root (P. D and Co.) 2 lbs. fluid ext. buchu (P.,D. and Co.) 2 lbs. fluid extract belladonna (P. D;. and Co.) 5 Tbs. fid. ext. cascara sagrada (P. D.. and Co.) 1 lb fluid ext. capsicum (P. D and Co.) 1 lb fluid ext. conlum seed (P. Vf. and Co.) 2 lbs. fluid ext cinchona comp. (P. D. and Co.) 1 lb fid. ext. dfgitallls (P. D. and Co.) a lb, fld. ext. gtrger (P. D. and Co.) 1 lb fid. ext. gentian (P. D: and Co.) 2 lbs. fld. ext. hen ban 3 (P. D. and Co.) 5 lbs fld. ext. Ipecacauanhea (P. D and co.) fi lbs. fld, ext. Jalap (P. D. and Co.) 5 lbs. fld. ext, licorice (I. D. and Co.) 1 lb fld. ext. nux vomica (P. D. and Co.) 1 lb fld. ext orange peel (P. D. and Co.) 2 lbs. fld. ext. rhubarb (P. D. and Co.) 1 lb fld. ext. seneka (P. D. and Co.) 5 lbs. fld. ext senna (P. D. and Co.) 1 lb fld. ext squills (P. D. and Co.) 1 lb fld. ext Squills comp. P. D. and Co.) 5 lbs. fld. ext sarsaparilla comp, for syrup (P. D. and Co.) 5 lbs. fld. ext wild cherry (P. D. and Co.) 200 filter papers, round gray. No. S3 Dla. 13 inches. I lbs. soda et potas. tart Samples may- be seen at the office of the- board.' Gods must be tn accordance therewith.- dd be In "original -packages when -po8slbls. The 'right-to reject any or all bids Is reserved. Delivery of sup plies will be required within ten days' notice of acceptance of bid. A copy of the advertisement must accompany each bid., and the name of the class of sup- piles must be on the ecvelope. Each bid must Include all the Items and to tals In full of the respective clsrs, with exceDtlona of flour, meat and fish. Au diting officers are prohibited from con firmlnc accounts Of rjurchamefl when the advertisement does not contain a full ana complete aesenpuoa 01 me arucm to be purchased. Bids will be opened at I o'clock p. m.. Tuesday. January Z. 104. at the atttz tor the -board.' -Salem. Oregon. HYL.VEBTER PtTsNNOYKR. Board of Trustees. Wm. A. MUNLT, Clerk of Board.