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jBVJBUSxjJior jjt&rx'jtLU iiOitJWjk.jL., TTEBOTDSDAT. DECEMBER JS7, ia4. JgfMSftlHi .. i wtWijIitji M CAPITAL JOUWML. PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT BUNIMV, BT TUB Capital Journal Publishing Company I'oitofflco B ook. Commercial Btroet. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Dally, by carrier, pr month, W 60 Dally, by mail, par year, 3-w Weekly, 8 pages, per year, IM TUB DAU'tN COUKUrriON. Walla Cleveland Is somewhat to blame fir tie pr&ioat bard times and the dip'eted condition of tbe outlonul treasury, thero 13 Mo Justice lu Govern or Ponnoyer attributing to bltn all tbe wo;a of the unemployed and tbe tnia erlei of the famished. Cleveland Is only a public representative of tbe D-tgotl or corruptlou which this ape worships. Even Governor- Pennoyer bows tbe knee to tbo golden Idol of private wl&sbneis an I public greed. Him woiltb Is estimated at from one-fourJi to threo-quirters of a million and b doe3 not scruple to Ulce -about two thoustnd dollars a yeir besides wbut the oimtltutlon allow? him as governor of Oreg m. His m )iierf was made lu a sawmill conducted under tbe lumber and shingle trust. Tbero is no evldeuce that Governor Pennoyer has n t uken all there has b:en in the job or that he would In Wasbingtm do auy diflereut from what be has alwiys done In Oregon aadustho plutocrattt do everywhere roll up wealth by legislation, combina tloa and ommeroial extortion. The Bagon of corruption U worah pped in Oregon us well a-i on Wn)l street. APPEALING TO DISCONTENT. It was by appealing to the dlssatls hod and discontented classes that Rob espierre and tbe leaders of tbe French Revolution introduced the regime of terror and the reign of blood, only to lose their own beads under tbe guillo tine. stirring up tbe dissatisfied and un fortunate to strife and violence by mak ing tbem believe that social conditions are depriving tbem of employment unci that the government owes them a liv ing, nerves the arm of tbe Gulteaus, Prondergasts, and Haymaeket anarch ists. The demagog who conjures the broomsticks into spirits can never undo the evil be does. Spirits of evil once called up can neyer be rendered barm less but will wreak their vi'iigeauee on the beads of tbe innocent. Fruuce had Its Robespierre and Oregon has its P opullst ngltator. A QUOD MAN, Tho suggestion of Col. Robt. Clow, of Junotion City, for receiver of Oregon Pacific railroad. He Is a gontlemuu of the strictest Integrity aud understands railroad questions from tbe standpoint of the producer. He was a member of tbe old railroad commission, understands rate sheets and railroad law. He would show the the court a cleun bi ance sheet aud would run tho property without three fourths of Its earnings being taken to pay the corporation lawyers and gen tlemen of leisure. SUQUESTKD COMMENT. The only thing Undo Bam has on hand New Years Is a big deficit, American contractors tiro whr oping up 100 miles of a railroad ooutruot In the Hply Laud. A. B. Slauson, formerly of the Or gonlau, Is doing excellent work on the Heatt e Post Intelligeno.fr as its Wash ington correspondent. The Increased tax on liquor propos to bo added by congress, could well be applied to maintain Kjoley Institutes, in place of taxing the peoplo to Keep Inebriates at Insane asylums. The Now York Sun discovers that aw Supreme Judge, Will am II. Horn blower, bid argue 1 tb it 11 oaioj in tbe federal courts In the course of nine tea or twouty years, aud that of thebe thirteen ho lot Ion, HarrlsbUrjt Courier; Die Capital Journal saya that "a tmn wh taku-t a dollar in public ir prlvato business that doe not honestly belong to him, op that ha has not bouestly earned, Is 11 talf." This, is pretty strousr language, Mid, it applies to a lurjo in-Jrliy of mu 'IB puu',10 poiitiotH. Tiiiro la no qHftthn uowevor, that It lu become MLsWit that caumt loujer be ignoied, WMm ttoaa Is not fir. oil' wbou a de SunVwWb audi) furu reduction of tMrlMofsuoh persons until they kali orrond with th earnings of who py tmui, aui he nearer for tile servloj they ren der." jgBUiwm.Jiji..s-! Adrflorfrwtt Iodpendeaos, Ii., con- DaM'tiM nntoorUrrentm horxo circles far mm tw respecting I ho tluauclali o!UM tf O, W. Williams. List week WUliaw amlfavd every dollars' worth I ft pfrijr be potiused, except bis horses, to satisfy a blanket mortgage of $100,000, hold by D.ivld Campbell, a banker of Independence, and Jacob Rich, the well-known capitalist and politician of Dubuque. Everything Roes; kite shaped track, breeding farm, hotel, theater, street railroad, private residence, newspaper and all property representing au outlay of more than 2-50,000. His greatest fault wa be was too publle-cpirited. PERBONALAND SOCIAL. Local Correspondence from. Towns in the Valley. JEFFERSON. Geo. Jones who Is attending the state university at Eugene came home Sat urday. Mies Atha Van Scoy who has bef u visiting in this city for rouie time re turned to her home in Drain Sunday . Miss Shoemaker one of the teachers at tbo state normal school at Dralu, came home Friday to spend the boli dijs. W. W. Looney who Is attending the agricultural college at Corvallis came home Friday. The Christmas tree and log cabin at tbe M. E. eburob and the Christmas wheel at tbe Evangelical church were botli utteuded by a large crowd. County Treisurer R. G. Brown was in the city the ilrst of the week. The Peoples' party meeting was well attomhd, at which B. K It imp, of A'ltmny, addressed the meetiu on fi nance. After tim meetlug adjourned a club was orgai Jzed. (n Friday Just Santa Clause visited our school aud treated the scholars to nuts and candy after which the school wus dismissed to enjoy a week's vaca tion. from stAKiorf. Mr. Abe Buita uud family of Fair Grouud aud Isaac McCully of Salem ate Christmus turkey atM. B. Norton's on tbe 25th. Rev. D. N. Dillon of North Branch, Jewell ccuuty, Kuusus, spent a few days here last week aud the first of this week visltiug bis old friend aud neib bor, A. B. George. He occupied tbe pulpit In tbo Friends church Sunday at 11 u m., also Sunday evening. There wus a very nice Christmas tree at the Friends church Suturday night. Ceuslderini: It was "a hard times tree" Geo. W. Hiushaw acted the part of Santa C. us and distributed tbe pres ents, Joseph Cook and family, J. Jay Cook ami family uud II. A. Hiiibbaw and family went to Salem Monday to ut teud a Ciiristm n family reunion of the family of Joseph Cook. Several of the Marlon peoplo went to Jefferson Monday evening to see the Christmas wheel and log cabin. Hunter Forsythe and wife parted a few days ago and she left on the north bound tram and left thelr three chil drtin with him. Mr. Forsythe was considerably excited Monday wheu he found out his children were kidnapped What the re-ult may bo time will tell. OHUMVWA. Christmas was c unrated at Che mawa by a turkey shooting, at S. G Pugh'ti. Tho turkeys were geeso. Mr Josephine Beaty won 0110 goose, best shot out of live, with r.fle, olf hand forty yards, aud was conespoudln-l.s proud. The children at tbo Harrison Insti tute had a line Christmas tree on Mon day night. After consuming 260 pouuds of turkey, Joseph Vincent had a jolly dance at his palatial lesltlonco in Pugh's addi tion, where thirty-seven couple of the young folks, tmil a few of the old folka enjoyed themselves until broad day light, "and went homo with tho girls In tho morning. There is to be another meeting of our literary society next Saturday night, to discuss whether novel leading Is Inju rious or not, FROM STAYTON, Miss Josle B laoy, of Salem, came home Saturday, to spend tbo holidays. A ChrNtmasarch a d an entertain mi'ut at tho o,eia houso Chr tuus night. Mls Mtigcie O t and brother Gene, cam down from Fox Villey, to spend Christmas and take lu the masque ball. Ed. Keeuo of Sa 11 , Is ylsltlug bis parents this week. Newt. Jones returned hnme Friday, fioni an extended trip through Califor nia and New Mexico, Mr. Button, of Portland, came over rom Bllverton, oust huslntss trip, Wed- nes lay, A graud mwqimr.ida ball will be given at tho opera bouse Tuesday ulgbt, Dec. 20lii. Salem music will be fur nished. A good 1 mo is expected. Suits for rent at Mi. Wlmer's hardware Blow, Miss Jt wIq ltyraon, of this place, and and u. ih max, were united In mar riage, nt ho residence f the yrooinV sister, lu Mehamu, Sunday, Miss BusId Keriis lb qufto ill this wee , with the lagrlpp-, M'ss ItMilo.UoD.nvell Is visiting the Alices ullmuii this -milt,, near town. Imvv Smith Iimh gone home, to spend thj holidays ut Gates, Oregou. Leaf by leal the rose fall; One by one our de r ones die. O, to kop them wllb u sillll Loving hearts send up the cry. Wife nuU mo. her, O hov dear, badinff Ike amlstawar. Fiither, et us keep them hero- Tcanully to (joa wo pray. Many a wife and mother, who seems to be doomed to die because she Buffers from diseases peculiar to women, which saps her life away ltae a vam pire, and bafll-s tbe skill of the family physician, can be saved by employing the proper remedy. This romedy is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, tbe greatest boon ever conferred by man on weak, suffering, despairing women. It is a specific for all female weakness, uo matter what their name. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. The drug and medicine Arm hereto fore doing business under the style of Smith & Stelner, have this day dis solved partnership by mutual consent, Dr. J. C. Smith retiring. The business will be continued by Lee Stelner, at tbe old red corner stand, where all bills and accounts are to be settled, Salem, Dec. 1st, 1893. J. O. Smith, M. D. LelStkinek. Economize in Paper. Clean newspapers, tied in bundles of 100, not cut, for sale at this office at fifteen cents a bundle. A heavy straw wrapping paper, large sheets, two ce its a pound. Next door to the poatohi 0. Fight 011 a Locomotive. Incompatibility of temper between an engino driver and a stoker very uearly brought about a disastrous railvray acci dent. The two men had not been for some time on very good terms, and a violent quarrel broke out as they were conducting a train over a rather difficult lino. High words were exchanged and then they cutno to blows, and a regular setto ensued in spite of the confined space which thoy had for this test of their pro ficiency in the noble art. For some time the battle raged, while the train abandoned to its own re lources sped onward with such velocity that the passengers, ignorant of tho cause of its sudden elevation to the dignity of on express, began to entertain serious misgivings, while tho country people, looking up from their labor in tho fields and taking in the real situation at a glance, viewed its wild career with feel ings akin to consternation. The train was rapidly approaching a station at which another one would soon be due, and unless its progress were promptly checked n terrible collision was a moral certainty. Happily, just at the critical moment tho engino driver and the stoker be thought therfisolves of tho fearful catas trophe that was impending nnd, conclud ing a truce, they set to work with tho utmost energy to arrest the lightning speed of the train. They were just in time, for in another moment they would have dashed headlong into tho othor train. The company, of courso, got wind of tho affair, and an investigation has been set on foot without delay. Paris Correspondent. Must u Mall Carrier Doff Ills Hat? An interesting and novel point was raised in a peculiar manner in Kansas City recently. The question arising was, Is u United States postman in contempt of court when ho refuses to tako his hat off in a stato court? The mail carrier ontored tho courtroom with his mail pouch slung over his shoulder and some letters in his hand. Ho advanced across, the room and laid tbem on tho clerk's desk. Tho doputy sheriff rapped for order. Tho mail carrier walked toward the door and still kept on his hat. The deputy met him aud told him to take his hat off; that ho was in contempt of court Tho man of letters replied that his cap was a part of tho uniform which the federal government required him to wear whiloondutyj that ho was there on duty, and there was no law to make him take it off. The deputy warned him that he could not enter tho courtroom again with his hat on, and tho matter was reported to tho authorities In the federal build ing. Washington Post. nuncariaii llatlroad 'xicueu. The "railway marks" invented by the Hungarian minister, Dr. Lukais, has been adopted by all Hungarian railways. In tho futuro no traveler on Hungarian railways will bo troubled to stand waitr ing at tbo ticket office for his ticket. He will bo in a position to make out his tick' ot for himself. On a blank card ho will write tho naina of the station from which ho takes his departuro and that of tht station to which he means to go, and he will stick on to tho remaining empty space on tho card as many "railway marks" as his journey will cost. The blank cards will bo obtainable at all to bacco shops. London News. Modern I'hlloiopliy. Progress is only shifting ideas. Once our standard English play was "The School For Scandal," now it is "Char ley's Aunt." Once our type of n majes tic figure wus Minerva, now it is tho fat, dumpy, little Queen Victoria. Onco our model of beauty was tho Venus de Me dici, now it is Ada Rehan, Once our young men u&ed to try to rival Horcules, now they play gambling games of foot ball on Thanksgiving dav. Hallo. VIGOR of MEN Cully, Quickly, Parmantntl; Rtstortd. WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, DEBILITY, and oil th train of (Till truiu rtrly rrrvu or later cxoctMf, Uie mulu ot ovcrwoik, (lokukii. vrorrr.etu. Fullttreugth. ilovilopiium and too given 10 1 rry organ and portion of tho body. Elnipl naturalmtthoda. ImnirdlatKlmimiireniant wo. PiitluroliapoMble. IJUi rvrercnewt. Book. IpUnnlKVJ and pra( ERIE MEDICAL CO. turrAit, h. y. p-i i ir n TODAY'S MARKETS. Prices Current by Telegraph Local and Portland Quotations. -r . Salem, DeceifWf 27, 4 p. m. Office Daily Capwaia 5ouknal. Quota tions for day and irp to hour of going to press wero as follews: UALtM PltODUOE MARKET. tfKUIT. Apples 30c to 60c. a bushel. BUTCHKK STOCK. Veals dfessed 5 cts. Hogs dressed 6. Live cattle 1 J to 2. Sheep alive 1.762.00. MILIi PRICES. Salem Milling Co quetes: Flour ln wholesale lots $2.80. Eetail $3.2(1. Hrati $14 bulk-, $15 sacked. Shorts $15 16. Chop feed $10 aud $17. WHEAT. 43 ctnta per bushel. HAY AND GltAIN. Oats new 30c. Hay Baled, upw $8 to $10; old $10 to 12. Wild In bulk, $6 (o $8. FAIMI PRODUCTS. Wool Best, 10c. Hops Small sale, 17 to 18c. ISggs Cash, 30. Butter Best dairy, 30; fancy creamery, 35. Cheese 12 to 15 cts. Farm . suipKed meats Bacon 10; bams; 12; shoulders, 8. Potatoes 35c. Onions 2 cents. Carrots, $6 00 per ton. Beeswax 34c. Caraway seed, 18c. Anise seed, 20o. Giuseug, $1.40. LIVE POULTRY. Chickens- uo market,ducks,810;tur keys, Blow sale, choice, 10c; geese 6 to 7o. PORTLAND QUOTATIONS. Grain, reed, oto. Flour-Standard, $2.75; Walla Walla, $3.15; graham, $2.40; superfine, $2.25 per barrel. i Oats ft e w white.34c pt r bu. ,grey ,84c; rolled, in bags, $0 2o0.50; barrels, $6.757.00; cases. $3 75. Hay Best, $1012 per ton. Wool valley, lullc. MillBtufls Bran, $10.00; shorts, $1G; ground barley, $18; chop feed, $15 per ton; whole ft ed, barley, 70 cts. pei cental; middllug, $2328 per ton; ohiclten wheat. 051.15 per cental. HopsNew 10 to 16. Hides green, salted, 60 lb. 3c, un der 60 lbs., 23-; sheep pells, 1060c. DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter Oregon fancy creamery, 80 32i-;fancy duiry, 2527i-; fair to unoil, 2()22c; common, 16 to 17c per lb. t'neese Oregon, 1012: Young American, 1215cper pouml; California, 14c; Swiss imp , 3032; D0111., 1C18. Eggs Oregon, 27o per dozen, .lias tern 2327. Poultry .Nominal; chickenp, mixed. $3 3 60 per dozen; ducks,$3 5l4.50 geese, $8.00; turkeys, live, 12e; dressed, 1213o. Beef Top deers, 2jc per pound; fair to good steers, 2e; Nol cows, 2c; fail cows, lc;dresi-ed beef, $3 506 00 pei 100 pouuds Mutton Best sheep, $2; choice mut ton, $1 752 00; lambs, $2 002 25. Hogs Cnoicv, heavy, 4 6()5 00 medium, $4 004 50; light and feeders, $4 00 4 50; diessed, $6 50. Veal $3 005 00- SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. Woel: Oregon Eastern cholco, 10 12c; do inferior, 79o; do valley, 12 16c. Hops 16 to 18c. Potatoes Erfy Rose, 6055. Bur banks, ,3545c. Oats Milling, $1.!21.17. I Jppj-.. If J -JXtl'.A mmtf radio O. Lamb "My little boy liail bad fainting spalls, al most fits, followed liy oinltlnjj. A u gavo him throo bottles of Hood's 8aaiiaiiUi.u,il ho Is nowasrucgod as ouo could wlOi to Hood's Ou m -1. rj lee. Ills appetite Is good, his ihacUi uro llko twin rosos and ho n'ns dally." Mi 3. David Lamp, Bend Village, Palmer, M. s. Hood '8 Pills euro liver tioubles, luut jes'ion and headache. Try a box. Hoc. DR. GUNN'S ONION SYRUP FOll COUGHS COLDS , AND CROUP. GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE la ralilnc a faintly of ntna ohlldren, rmj only rtiaedjr ror Cpusbi, Coldi and Croup waa onion rrup. Ii u Jul eflfeotlTe to-day it waa forty Stan aso. Mow my arandchlldren take Or. unna Onion Syrup, which la already prepared and more pleaunt ta the taate. Bold ererywhere. Larce botuee M cente. Take no aubaUtuta for 1L Sold by Baekett & Vau81yne. Hotel Monterey. Newport, - Oregon Located nu tbe Beach, two mlleonnit I if Newport on Cuvw Cove, a beautlfull bettered .pot, wonderful cenery, Be talblnir, flue drlvea 1oCumj Foulweatb r llubttioutte. House new, rooms lnrt." tntl airy. Finest rt'sort for families nvalldfi. Ojteu all winter. Tenr noderate by day or week. Intendit Isllora can drop a postal card to New on auu oe met liy iihok. JOU.N FlTZPATRICK, d-2 m Proprletori llJls.cMf.i!J'SiK-s'., szm NmIMkjbSm22 Jr tJ i T J Bids for Asylum Supplies. THE BOARD OP TRUSTEES OF THE Oregon state Insane, asylum Invite sealed proposals for furnishing at the asylum near Salem, Oregcn, the following- up- Sllcs for the six months andlng June ), 1S91. PLUMBINO. 1 doz. tees. 1 doz. ells. 1 dot. unions. 1 doz unions. each & H. V,, , 1 and 2 Inch each M, ,. IVi. li. and I kich each and Vt Inch Keystone each 1, ltf and 2 inch flange 1 doz. each : Vi. 1, VA street ells. 1 doz. each and Vi Inch sockets. 1 doz. each Y, and 1 inch plugs. 2 doz. each and ft Inch compression bibs, finished. 2 doz. each and Vi Inch compression hose bibs, Hnlshed. 100 feet each of i. , hi, , 1, and 1 Inch black pipe. 100 feet each of Vi. nnd 1 Inch g'alv. pipe. V2 doz. each Vi. and Yi Jenkln's valves removable disks. 1 doz. each and 1 inch Jemkln's rulves removable disks. 21 sq. feet 3 ply rubber packing. 10 lbs. each Vi and sq. Uax packing. 1 Jackson's flue scraper, 3 inch. 20 bushels charcoal. 100 lbs. solder, Vi and Vi- 2 each extra jaws and nuts for 12, 18 and 24 Inch Stillsons wrenches. 10 lbs. Asbestes candle wick. 144 sq. feet sheet lead 4 lb. . 2 doz. Sampson's battery cells. 2 doz. and 5t glass gage washers, square. DRY GOODS. KO vnrds rnlliii bent. 2,500 yards cotton flannel. Nashau XXX. 1,200 yds. ponuot A unbleached 45 inch. 1,000 yards Mariners stripe. 600 yards Lonsdale bleached. 1,500 yards pequot A sheeting, 36 Inch. 500 yds. Continental check flannel. 500 200 lmr. yds. yds. glass crasn loweuing, in men. bleached linen French towell- MiO yds. 100 yds. 100 yds. C boxes blue denim. bleached shcetlnp pequot 9-4. Marsellls check, York Mfg. white stay blndlntr inch. 12 dozen Inch. Turkey red handkerchiefs, 24 50 dozen Coat's thread, white No. lid z 11 -1 '! irv I wul 1 N 1, M 15 dozen Coat's thread, black No. 12 dozen Coat's thread, black No. 12 dozen black linen thread, No. 36. 36. 16. 25. 50 yards table oilcloth, white. 12 dozen papers pins. 50 doz. pis. men's socks (half hose.) 1 doz. prs. men's gloves, Nos. 9 and 10, extra heavy. 15 dozen pairs suspenders. 100 yards sllesla. 40 inch, drab. 1 great gross men's pants buttons. 1 groat gross pants buckles. 6 great gross men's shirt buttons, me dium size. 1'Jk" 'ink d 1 e r' hn'nn 2 dozen corsets (assorted sizes, 20 to 30. I dozen thimbles, Nos. 9 and 10 closed ends. CLOTHING. 6 pairs Jean pants, 2929. 6 pairs Jeans pants, 3030. 12 pairs Jean pants, 3131. 12 pairs Jean pants 33 33. 12 pairs Jeah "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 A. 6 pairs jean pants, 3S 32. 6 pairs jean pants, 38 Z3. 6 pairs jean pants, 3933. 6 palrH Jeans pant-. t 3. YARNS. 200 lbs. heavy white wool yi 150 lbs. cheapest grade wool am. yarn, as- sorted colors. 200 lbs. Crown mills carpet warp. GllUUMUBiJ. IN BUlllELS OU BOXES. is (XX) lbs ernuulnted sugar, extra fine, dry. 12,aoibHGCsuitnr. 0 lb r. lied oats. 5 000 lbs cracked heat. fif lb rorn menl. 500 lbs homluy, tmnll cracked. l.WOKn hniniuy. BPO-lfin. rlci. NUb. bluing. ROO gullons vlnegtr. 2 0 vnllons N. O. molases. l.fm ft. corn tta'ch, Oswego. 10.000 lb". Liverpool t-alt. 40 Eh Curb, fcoda, A nnd H. 3ii lbs. cream tarler Folder. SOgroRR snfHty ma'chos (Vulcan). 1 bale broom corn, 3 dozens whisk brooms. 85 dozen oj ters, cans ( A. Field's Cove). 15 dnzen rnns co n (Knw Vatle ) 800 fbs. soda crackers, XXX, iurnlshed as re quired. 2 000 gallons syrtip (Standard). 40 Bh candles iStHri" wax). 2 dozen Worcestershire sauce, in'qts., Lee and I'errlns 2i0 lbs. germea. 100 fbj. sago 50 lbs Rtitna March. 6ilb, oaUoda, 25 dozen broorai. axilhs peHrl burley. , 100 lbs. starch, g'os-. 20 botes macaroni. 8 boxes vejrolcelll. F0U lbs, cheese, Cranston's or as good, fur nished as required. HPIOKS. 7.5 lbs. mustard, 4ii0 lbs. black pepper. R0 lbs. ginger. 23 lbs, allspice. CROCKERY. IK dozn ta cups. 16 dozen tea stucers. 1J dozen quart soup bowls. 2 doz n 1 gal ion pitchers. Sdozn Ronpplau-s. 1 rinren bowls ud pltohers. 1 dozen chamber pots, 1 d zeu bed pans, 1 dozen pint svrup pitchers. 2 ddzen lantern glof'es. 8 dozen pint cream pitchers. 3 dozen 0 Inch dlne plates. 2dozn 7 'noli nle plates, 8 dozeu 12 Inch vegetable dishes. 4 d--n 10 lnoh vegetable dlhes. 1 dozen susir bowls 3 dozen 12 Inch p Hlters. 2 dozen 11 inch platters. FLOUR. C50 btrrels, moe or lets, best roller process, delivered s required. ?5 bsrrels graham, more or leii, delivered as rrqulied. SOAT. 2fW lbs, extra pale savon, .000 ( . Ivory 10 lbs. shaving, in cakes I. B. Williams 4 TEA, 500 lhs EngU h breakfast, blsck. 1,000 lbs. uuoo ored Japan, wreen, COKKEE. S 000 lbs. Costa Rlra. 4fl I Iih, Java tX) b. Moca. SUOibi. chlooiy. EDTTER. 825 lbs, a week, more or less, best creamery, TOIIAOIX). 2,000 lbs. Blcdge Hummer. MEATM. 600 lbs. per day, more or les, of brn as "(quired In equal par's uf tore and blDdquar era. n 8U) lbs. or mutton per week as required. FISH. Fish as required, gtvins prtoe per pound for urnUblDK-the different kinds perfectly fresh ina sound. LEATnER, TH J1EST DOMESTIC STOCK. x dozen oil grain calf. 40 lbs to tbe dozen. I dozen call klns, 40 lb. o the down I dozen lmlWtlon umIi goat, suitable f.ir ...V. . VUUVA t ,., t it aozen toee I dozen sheep kin ror lining. sha ed. 1 buoksklns for lining, abated. I g allied kip sk n, aerHgff lbs. e A d each. 1 apx. kip skins, average B lbs. each. L?lSLe' klrUng 15 to 18 IDs. eAch. W0 lbs. Santa, Cru. ol leather, extra teavy No. L average weight X tbs. to he side. 1 doz. balls English shoe web. 15 yards English shoe core t la. wide. 1 ox. Russian bristles. 1 dos sUk twUt D, 6 spools linen thread. No. X, 6 spools linen thread No. IS. 2 lus. Harbours shoe thread No. 12. 6 bottles leather cement (Cub brand.) 6 bottles rubber cement (Brazilian.) 3 doz. pieces shoemaker's wax. 6 lbs. 1 ox. shoe tacks. 3 lb. 4iaob.it) Uicmb iilu. yt bnisn null., improved. 12 lbs. 6-8 brass nails. 12 lbs. 4-8 brass nails. 11 lbs. brass nails. 12 tbB. 8-8 Iron heel nails. 12 lbs. Iron heel nails. 12 Ut,. tf- iruu nel nuiu. 12 lbs. Iron heel nails. 2 doz. Bradbury machine needles (wed go point) xso 4. 2 Bq. feet rubber cloth for patching. 20 yards heavy ticking for lining. m TINWARE. 6 doz. pressed pans, 8 inch. 19 doz. pint cups. 24 duz. table spoons. QRANlTif IRON "WARE. 1 doz. wash bavins. 6 doz. knives and forks. 2 doz. ladles, In two sizes: GALVANIZED IRON WARE. 1 doz. slop palls with covers. Ml JJC&LLANBO U ti. H dozen wash tubs, small sizes, lo lbs. bees wax, yellow. 2 doz. dust brushes. 8 dozen scrub brushes, with handles. I dozen shoe brushes. 2dozen hair brushes. ' 1 dozen whitewash brushes. Vi dozen kalsomlning brushes. 2 dozen shaving brushes. 0 uuz u boAO.su ! b uck t g r. M. 3 dozen boxes hair pins. 3 dozen combs. 3 dozen papers needles Nos. 2. 3 dozen papers needles Nos. 3. 3 dozen papurs needles Nos. 4. 6 dozen papers needles Nos. 6. 6 dozen papers needles Nos. (. 4 'gross satety pins. 6 dozen mop handles. 12 dozen mop rags. 50 packs playing cards double headed. 1 gross shaker pipes. U1L.S. 200 gallons kerosene, more or less, deliv ered In tanks as required. 0 guliOi.N Alo u iiu.u.e, or as good, u gmi ih Uiuuiy o nntiur, 01 us iood, 100 gallons turpentine. 2ii lu- A b t v 11. imp ii .d No. 3, "r as good. 2 dozen bottles sewing machine. 200 lbs. parralllne in 1 lb cakes. ( cu e iimc tic 'Sc, 11, h id .or 11- good. BOOTS. SHOES. SLIPPERS. ETC. Mens shoes. 20 pairs No. (. 20 pairs No. 7. 20 pairs No. 8. 20 pairs. No. S. Men's boots. 20 pairs No. 7. 1 uoz. 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. S. 30 pairs No. 7. 30 pairs No. 8. ' , ' 30 pairs No. 9. 30 pairs No. 10. ' 20 pairs No. 11. 10 pairs No. 12. Ladles shoes. 20 pairs No. 2. 20 pairs No. 4. , 30 pairs No. E. 30 pairs No. (. 10 pairs No. 7. Ladles carpet slippers. 20 pairs No. 6. 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 Incandescent No. 4 2 gioss pens, London Incandescent No. C. 2 gross pens, London lncandesont Nc 1 I gross pens, illllottd No. 4(H. 1 dozen pen holders. S dozen lead pencils. 10 1 earns Wedgwood letter paper, half sheet. 1 gross Indelible Ink In bottles, Payaon's i doz. bottles mucilage, tianfords 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 tenthi'1-du-.it'rii, ontrlch. 1 doz. wash boards, best quality. 2 packages each 2, 8 and 4 lb tinned rivets. 1 pair t lb soldering irons. 40.1 feet each Vi and round Norway iron. 100 feet each 7-16 and V4 round Norway Iron. 75 fent each lx, 1V4xH, lVix fiat Norway Iron. 75 feet each V4xVi. xV4, lxV4, lxVi flat Norway Iron. 10 feet each . , octagon tool steel. 10 feet each round tool steel. Vi keg each No. 8, 4, 5 front horse shoes (Burden's light. Vi keg each No. 3, 4, 5 hind horse shoes (Burden's light. 10 lbs. each No. 7 and 8 Putnam's horse shoe nails. 5 lbs. each No. 8 Putnam's horse shoe nails. 25 lbs. each No. 3 and 4 Sweet's Amer can toe calks. 10 lbs. each No. 3 Sweet's Ameri can toe calks. i. horse rasps, 14 inch, Hitler's. 1 Iron saw handle for key-hole saw' With BtltVK. n to u III l! illxlOllV 2 each Morse twist drills Vi to 7-M by M6M1 ilb melt xIiuiik 30 lbs. each of , 1, 1. 1, 1 inch round head rivets Vi inch. 2 each inch and 12 Inch monkey wieuclirM, 1;. 0 ' Vi dozen each 9i, . and 1 inch of Nos. 7, 8, 9, copper belt rivets. 2 belt punches, No. 7 and 8. 1 revolving punch with four punches. 100 each 1V4X3-10. 2V4x3-16. lx. 2x. ixVi, 2Vix and 6x Inch carriage bolts. iuu eacn lftxs-it and 4x6-l machine bolts. 25 lbs. each Vi and H Iron washers. 10 tbs. each U and 'i hlnnk num. 400 feet Inch manllla rope. 400 feet H inch mamlla rope. 200 feet Vi Inch manllla rope. 2 gross screws each, 1 Inch No. 7 and 11, 2 Inch No. 14, IVi inch No. and No. II Js lucli .No 7iiml.Nir.tf. t lbs. brads each, , and Inch. 1 h 1 Jhi 1. k' b bis niKiqualtty. 1 set glmblet brace bits. Vi doz. compass saw blades, from I ln h in 1 In ti, 1.1 u' 1 dlmnond for cuttng glass, No. 1. 1 Htlb1in.li plMUtn, uoouud, btameji's best, 1 claw tiiiiiiu.tr No. 7 1 ttl Firmer rocket rhlcels, (barton's best DRUGS. 5 tbs. acid carbolic cryst. pure. 10 lbs. acid muriatic commercial. 1 lb nitric acid C. P. 1 lb acid saltclllc powdered. 1 tb acid tannic. 10 lbs. aaua ammonia concentrated In t id Domes, 10 lbs. ammonia muriate powdered. 2 lbs. ammonia carbonate. 5 lbs. ammonia bromide 2 tbs. antltebrln (Kalle and Co.) 2 Its, blue ointment. alb.. tiNiu Mi -miu .mi qulbbh.1 2 tbs. chalk prep. ' 20 lbs. cotton absorbant hospital. 1 lb calomel 2 lbs. chloranodyne. 6 lbs. chloroform (Squlbbs.) 10 lbs. chloral hydrate (Merck.) Ii lbs. ether In Vi lb cans (oquibbs.) CO lbs. epsom salts. U lb xi in .nmrnlde of calcium camp, iniaen ana co.) 5 lbs. glycyrrhlza. comp. powdered. I i? .Ko'den seal powdered. 5 lb hematic syrup hypophosphaiea (P. I), and Co.) Vi lb Jalap powdered. 6 lbs. mustard ground. 1 lb opium powdered. 3 gal ons oil cantor (Baker's A. A;) 5 gallons oil malaga. Vi lb oil cloves pure. 1 tb oil orange pure. i rb oil peppermint pure. Vi Tb oil lavender pure. Vi lb oil bargamont pure. J lbs. pepsin sacch. (Fatrchllds.) 1 tb pepsin (Boudaults.) 4 Tbs. phenacetln (Bayer.) 25 lbs. potash bromide bulk. 2 b ... I. . , 3 lbs. potash chlorate powdered. 0 IbS. uatujlh Indlda i-ran. Malllnl,. krodtsj krVtJ 9oUth citrate graa. (lWloc- 5 lbs. pyrophosphate of Iron (Bqulbbs.) Vi lb tartarate 'of. Iron. and' potash ' 2 lbs. soda boras, powdered. 3 lbs. soda bromide. 1 lb soda hypophosphate gran, 2 lbs. soda pnosphale graa. kr'oots. BOluUo,, ehlorl(1 i roa (Malllnc- (Fellov )yrU1' hypophosPhat compeund 1 lb vanilla bean (Mexican.) t, lbs. Bultonal (Baer.) n lb antlpyrlne (Dr. Knorrs.) 'M gallons alcohol, Hi per cent. 5 gallons glycerins pure. 20 lbs. vaseline XXX ref. bit oz. quinine sulpnate (K. and M 2 oz. lunar caustic pure. 1 oz. morphine sulphate (P. and T Vi oz. atrvcttnla aulpnate orrat. Vi oz. red lpdldo mercury. 1 oz. yellow oxide merourr. 2 oz. menthol. Vi oz. cocaine muriate. 1 lb sponges surgeons No. 1. 1 lb sponges carriage No. 1. 1 lb solution subsurphate of lraa (Squlbbs.) " 1 gross phials 1 oz. 2 gioss phials 4 OEv 1 cross phials ( oa, 2 gross phials 8 oz. 2 gross cuiks each Ne. 4, 6 and Sttanerl 8 gross pill boxea assorted sizes No. 29. 3u and 31. 2.S00 ompty capsules No 1 (P. D. and Co. 2,500 empty capsules No. 2 (P. d. ana Soluble hypodermto tablets. 1.000 hypo, tablets No. 9 In oases 10 bottles each (J. Wyeth Btes.) 2.000 hypo tablets Ne. ii In. eases It bottles each (J. Wyeth Broa) 2W 1 hypo, tablets No. CI (J. Wyeth Bros.) 4 doz. cod liver oil Em. (Phillips) larze 1 doz. Davidson's syringe No. 1. 2 doz. Davidson's syringe No. 1. 6 doz. camels hair pencils assorted. 4 doz. plasters Allcock's porus. 4 doz. plasters Wells strengthening. poxes piasters Meads adhesive 7a and J.) 1 boxes Plasters silk geon's pink (S. and J.) 2 boxes Plasters silk Isinglass Isinglass Bur- sur- toon's black (S. and J.) 2 boxes Plasters capsicum S. and J.) 3 lbs. pills e. o. Imp. gelatin coated Of D. and Co.) 200 pills aloln 1-8 grain (P. D. nnd Ce.) WW pills alolne Vi grain (P. D. and Co.) 500 pills aloln comp. (P. D. and Co.) 200 pills C. C. gran, pink 4 gr. (P. D. and Co.) 200 pills assafoetlda 1 gr. (P. D. and Co.) 200 pills assafoetlda 2 gr. (P. D. and Co.) tOi pil s ommeneagogue gelatine coated (McK. and R.) 300 pills aloes et Ferrl. 1 tb fluid extract aconite root (P. D. and Co.) 2 los. nuia ext. buchu (P. D. and Co.) d JUU. 11U1U extract belladonna (P. D. and Co.) 5 lbs. lid. ext. and Co.) cascara sagrada (P. D. D. D. D. 1 lb fluid ext. oapsieum (P. and Co.) 1 lb fluid ext. conlum seed (P. and Co.) 1 lbs. fluid ext. cinchona comp. (P. 1 lb lid. ext. dlgltallls (P. D. and Co.) 2 Jbi. fid. ext. girger (P. D. and Co.) 1 tt Sd. ext. gentian (P. D. and Co.) 2 lbs. fid. ext. henbane (P. D. and Ce.) i lbs fid. ext. lpecacauanhea (P. D and CO.) 5 lbs. fid. ext Jalap (P. D. and Ce.) 5 tbs. fid. ext. licorice (P. D. .and Co.) 1 tb fid. ext. nux. vomica (P. D. and Co.) 1 tb fid. ext orange peel (P. D. and Co.) 2 tbs. fid. ext. rhubarb (P. D. and Co.) 1 lb fid. ext. seneka (P. D. and Co.) B tbs. fid. ext senna (P. D. and Co.) 1 lb fid. ext. squills (P. D. and Co.) 1 lb Hd. ext Squills comp. P. D. and Co.) i tbs. fid. ext sarsaparilla comp. for syrup (P. D. ana Co.) 6 lbs. lid. ext. wild cherry (P. D. and Co.) 200 filter papers, round gray, Ne. 33 Dla. 13 Inches. 2 tbs. soda et potas, tart Samples may be seen at the office ef the board. Goods must be in accordance therewith, and be la original packages when possible. 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 advettlsement must accompany each bid., and the name of the class of sup- lles must be on the envelope. Bach Id must Include all the Items and to tals In full of the respective clars, with exceptions of flour, meat and fish. Au diting officers are prohibited from eon firming accounts ef purchases when the advertisement does not contain a full and complete' description of the articles to be purchased. Bids will be opened at 2 o'clock p. m Tuesday, January 2, 1894, at the office of the board, Salem. Oregon. SYLVESTER PENNOYER, GEO. W. McBRIDE, PHIL. METSCHAN. Board of Trustees. Wm. A. MUNLY, Clerk of Board. GEO. C. WIJLL DEALER IN Htelnway, Knutm, Webber, Emer son and otber pianos, titorey fc Clark and EarbeiT organs, also all first clans different makes. Sewing machines, smaller makes of musical instruments add supplies. Needles.oll and uew narts for all makes of machines. Hewing machines aud orgaus re paired uud cleaned. Two doois north of noatofllce. Salem. Oregon. SHRIVER'S ORCHESTRA. Persons wishing to engage muslo for the holidays or any other occasion will do well to fcee us. C"Bn furnish one or "tore violins or as mamy pieces as - rslred. First hoiue lout ta of Lincoln school house, or Salem Postotllce, ueo, HiutlVKit, manager. l'J-frlra. East and South VIA THE SHASTA ROUTE of the Southern Pacific Company. CAuronurA kxpkbms tbaih ron daii.t bk- TWBKN FOUT1.AND AMD S. r. Hoillh. I North. ti 16 p. m. .io p. m. 10-15 a.m. Lv. Lv. Ar. Portland Salem San Fran. Ar. Lv. Lv. hrJii a. tu 6-.HO a. m 7.-00 p. m Above trains stop at all stutlon from Portland to Albany Inclusive: aluo at Tangent Hhedd, lialKey, Ifarneburg. Junction Ulty, Irving, buirene and all stations from Uoseburg to Ashlaiid Inclusive H'KIItniOMAlt, DAIM. i:JU u. in. 11:17 a.m 60 p. tn. Lv. Lv Ar. Portland Ualem Kooeburg Ar. J r.M p. m, Lv. I 1:40 p. m. Lv. I 7.-03 a. Dining Cars on Ogden Kuute PULLMAN BUFFET SLEBPE11S ANll Second Class Stepping Cars Atutched to all through trains. vVest Side Division, Iktweeo Fortl&ri anl Cervallis: PATtT- (KTCT.VT SlIDAT), :.tu a. tu, , i.v. IVfclft o. m. I Ar. fortunu fVirvallls Ar. Lv. O..S) p. in. 10p.m. At Albuur aud 3orvallls connect trains of Oregon pH(no Rallnwrt wltD KxeKKt rni- mii v kxiktmi nu) 4:K p. m. I 7"S i. m. I Lv. Ar. FortiaJld MeMlnnvllle Ar. I.v. hS5 a, u MO m TMKUC.H TKIiETS To all polnu ta the IteUera Motes, Caaad and Europe can be obtu.e4 at loweet rates ttetA w- w' llNklJ, Ageat. !. Vj .j'V" '" 'i !