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' AimiU y, gi3iJ. 10, ifct. f : r -a.l OrenoTThat ut, ..,a favorable geographical ifctid clltuatfc condition, waterpowere, rivers, railroads, cltlea and fartub, fac- torfH ana enierpribe not iu uu ic ''npecls equal to borne other states It " each particular, but in the aggregati surpassing the most favored states ii the UuIod. With oue leuth of our tt-r ntory we cau fted all ttie rest of tin state. With oue tenth of our tlmbei we can bouso aud wunu all the rest With oue tenth of our Hocks we cm supply meats aud clothes to the rest i our people and so on through the llbt If tho people of Oregon cau learn t produce those things iu abuuduiid which the rest of the world wuutu i buy of this state, they, have a veritablt gold-mine of 03,000 square miles. There should be more intelligem study among our farmers to product less of those things which are a druj; on the market, which are cheap aud unprofitable, aud more of the tblugt which wo import, as pork, lard, egg, butter, aud even fiult. There an features of our government that cost to much. Btate taxes and county tuxet are too hltjb. Salaries of olllclals an too high. The courts aud lawyers com too much. A chattel mortgage sale oi a pair of horses the other day in thlh town brought about ten dollars. The attorney fee was twenty-live dollars. As a chattel mortgage is simply tiled With the clerk aud takes no great amount of legal knowledge live dolluiK would have been pleuty. Then then were tho sneritl fees besides. It cost too much to arrest aud jail petty of fenders iu justice courts. These an. some of the burdeus upon the people oi Oregon that are a heavy tax upou out state, but the people are themselves to blame. They should make greater de mauds of their olllclals iu these respectb and send men to the legislature to re form these abuses. Oregon is all right aa a state. The people should not al low calamity howlers to make political capital by crying down Oregon when at a matter of fact no state in the Uuloi presents such a rich field for enterprise or oilers suck rich rewards for industry aud intelligence. Oregon is all right. A MISREPRESENTATION. It is now iu order for R. It. Ryan, Bud Ohupmau, 13. H. Flagg and Air. Utifer to assemble as representative business men and "reaolve" agalust Beoretary Morton's insult to the alli ance and the grange. Halom States man. The above contains several mlsropro seutatlons about Tut Jouknal aud the business men of Salem. The Btatesmuu is greatly exercised over Tiih Jouknal. Oho of too Statesman editorial force was In that gathering of "representative business men," m it pleases to call the board of trade. lit made a speech denouncing the gov ernor's action aud voted for tho reso lution! as did tho Jouknal writer. Hi made a good speech aud the States man should not ridicule his effort, not the eflorU of other citizens so long ah they were made honestly, openly und sincerely. Free speech Is not yet for bidden In Oregon. The business men at that meeting did uottos half as vigorous language ac the-JouUNAfc editor would have used hut he drawn tho resolutions. Mr, ag drafted the resolutions aud all who were titers aud voted for them are putp WHif to defend them. If the Joint jtau editor were, absolutely alono Iu pobMefy' denouncing the governor of OMjptt for what he believed was wrong be wmUI do bo. To try to make out thai iIm SMM'ftt that .meeting 'were uot wore wUtlvr bualuen. men does no t tight tfefioYMruor In hi lying about Th' b twew men at tlut mooting twuUI U &ttiy dettrd that the Cpverooi1 JM'lH Wis' awwtlons about 4Mt!luUn in Onm"Mt ? WW a ieM eeiiorl rt, m en.wp m nun for ttte po. Tim mlW n'ilutlous reported do not u th'JJitloe. te aUWi I Mita Mrs Jtya '! lu OMWirittf the goveruor, adwlt. li iui lib eUtoOMDt VfM UVt i , hat, .4.nyf uior t dBmfuW?. The olts. . .lyert at by people who . re not hrlhe iivIuih are politics, law and chess, In that order. Thfrels no .md excuse for the ton of tobacco. It is not prescribed by physicians like iloohol. It Is a luxury. If not an in line mau were allowed a chew or pipe )f tobacco he would recover juit us luiokly. A Man Thermometer. Lean men make the best thermotn- ners. Fahrenheit never invented bet- (erones. If the weather is warm and unny, ttiHy are cheerful. If cold und 'rosty, they are iiritable aud snappy. If dump aud cloudy, they are downcust Hid gloomy. But if either lean or fat Mien are hiifliMlnir from liillousiiess, leadaclic, consiipation, or indigestiou, he weather will alwu.vs be damp aud loudy in their IoohIIiv, unlesn tuey 'i-e Dr. Pieioe'a Pieai-aut Pellets iluse Pellets are fciiiull, miliar coated raiiult-N, (ulculated to stall tho liver ml (llgu-tiw organs into healthy ac iyity, and thereby raise low spirits uid dispel gloom. m Prevention is Better I'han cure, and those who are subject " rheuiM.iilriin can prevent aliacks hj cepliiu the blood pure and free from Hie ucid w hich ciin-rH the disease. You iMn rely upon Hood's tS.irsaparilla an n remedy for rhfiiiuatism aud catarrh, ilso for every form of scrofula, salt heiiiu, bolls and other diseases caused y Impure blood. It tones aud vitalizes lie whole system. Hood's Pills are easy and gentle In ellect. Stun Vrait mi. i liilns 0 una. Man traps ai d "priug gunB nro no longer allowed to uoeet in Eugluud for poaclioiv, lib (if old, tlicir use, ex copt within a dwcUnt; houto for its protection, lciuj i-unislmblo by im prisoinnput. Jlan traps for crudest brutality rank with tho instruments pi torture- of tho middlo ages, ono be longing to tho writer being 7 feet long with teeth Hi inches deop on each sido of its giip, which is 18 inches long, with a spring at each end, so that onco stopped on and sprung it would either bi'eal: or most terribly lacorato tho legs, and its strength and weight o 70' pounds would hold its victim lileo a rat in a trap. Thoy wero mado of various pat terns, fioino being less cruel than others and having no teeth, but morely holding tho poacher us in a viso until tho keeper lolcased him. A lady who was onco caught in ono of theso whon wandering in a wood never forgot her alarming experience-. Dog traps wero also usod for tho poachers' dogs as well ail tor thomsolves. Spring guns worked on a pivot from which wero strotehed wires in several directions, bo that tho gun bwung around and dis chuiged toward whichovcr wiro was pushed against, pi obnbly greatly in juring tho poacher and most cortain ly arousing thoUio4)orj. -Kinotecuth Contury. llluuliu; it. Mudge-I was just thinking of tlu resemblance between my salary auc my breath. Yabsloy How's that all wind? "No-o. Not that oxactly. But ac soon nB I draw it 1 , Imva to blow it " (lliuuUUUUOuUUOllil tjJ UillO ijllj n T-io4r. ri XXC1XX JL-' i CL U JL JL ilium ?Jwll uutly loiuovpnainl for6oritxlioyfit- ilile lialr. v lie' tier iuhiii Hit- IiuihIh. aIuox i.rntior tunk, without dUrolorutiou ' or Injury to the iuot lU'lloiiteBklii. It' w-Hhior nuy yenm uio bb rei oriiuraii hrunniH WIUoii. iicktiiiwledu'ul by i lnxl claim n I ho hli'ht-t ntilhunty and lite inus cinlurutd rn ntolouikt Hint halrmio clalUl tutit ue llt'd, Uinlui; hln prlvnte iiiicii in a iii.mme aiiKiinr ine uooiiuy nut uiNliHTiicy of I-mono he lueiutrlbiu UiU rei Ipe. 1'rlcu, (1 l.y iiislf, t.euir-ly I ui'ki it Corrt'.putenoocoiirUlentlttl Bolo iKeuu ror AKierica, Ad'ireM Tile SKOOKUM ROOT HAIR GROWER t'O, IDept, JU 67-ou h KJ IU Aveuue.NoW YorR Innminnn mmi . i ncu i (n nnnm um Steamer fllfona KOIl I'OKTLAND, Leaves Holiii'it dock Moiutuys, Wednesday ai'il Fridays 7;) a ni.,airtvlnglu l'ortluudut 1.S0 p. in. llrrrUUNlNO. leaves lMrtlaud Tueidayn. rhurkdayiiaidrjaturdnyut0a. in, Kint 1 1 mo ror puntrnger trrvlcc; no way lauding freight haurtleU, ItoU.M) UIU' (unllinlied) TiOO, Oneway, th'iu MttALS OCf OKNTS Vrp rrelirlit mlM null I Irk. in a mil v to Ulti h II. VftluM & Oa, Iluliuau bUiok. 11 B-lru 1 7 jiSS i. 3Nr If ?r .A , ! . jy,L L . .. . i.2n. J 11 & ' AIM . i? r i.v ' hkp' fr w H , AIN. fv 'ilnri. new 8 to $10: old $10 tol Ki il'd lu bulk, $6 to $8. FAUII PRODUCTS. 'Wool Best, 10c. Hops Small sale, 17 to 18c. Evrgs Cash, 37J. Butter Best tjairy, 30; fancy creamery, 85. Cheese 12 to 15 ots. Farm smoaed meats Bacon hams, 12; Bhoulders, 8. Potatoes 85o. Ouious 2 conta. 10; Carrots, ?6 00 per ton. Beeswax 34c. Caraway seed, 18c. Anise seed, 20a. Giuwug, $ 1.40. LIVE POULTRY. Chickens- no n)arket,ducks,810;tur keys, slow sale, choice, lUc; geese 5. to 7c. PORTLAND QUOTATIONS. Grain, Feed) etc. Flour Standard. $2.75: Walla Walla, $.4.16; graham, $2.40; superfine, $2.25 per bairel. Oats IS ew white,34c per bu. ,grey,32c; rolled, In bugB, $0 2&(a)ue; Darreis, $0.757.00; cases, $3.76. Hay Best, $1012 per ton. Wool vallev. Hlllc. Millstufls Brau, $10.00; shorts, $16; grounu liarley, $lo; cnop teed, $io tier tou; whole feed, barley, 70 cts. pel cental; middling, $2328 per tou; chicken wheat. (J51.16 per cental. Hops New 10 U 10i- Hides greeu, sulteil, 60 lbs. 3c, un der 60 lbs., 23 ; sheep pelts, 1000e. DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter Oregon fancy creamery, S0 32Au;fancy dairy, 2527o; fair to gooU, 2ii22Jc; commou, 10 to 17jc per lb. t'ueese Oregon, 1013; Young American, 1215cpor pound; California He; Swiss imp., 3U3a; uuui., iu(gi. Egs Oregon, 25o per dozen. .Eas tern 2327J. Poultry Mominal; chickens, mixed, $2 603. per dozen; ducks.$3 504.5() geese, $8.00; turkeys, live, 12c; Dressed , 124C)14c. Beef Top bteers, 2o per pound; fair to good steers, 2c; No 1 cows, 2c; fair cows, ljc; dressed beef, $3 606 00per tuu pounds Mutton Best sheep, $2; choice mut ton, $1 75 200; lambs, $2 002 25. Hogs Choice, heavy, $4 605 00; medium, $4 004 50; light aud feeders, $4 004 50; dressed, $6 50. Veal-$3 005 00' SAN FKANCISOO MARKET. Woel: Oregon Eastern choice, 10 12c; do inferior, 79c; do valley, 12 15c. Hops 16 to 18o. Potatops Enrly Rose, 6055. Bur banks, .3545o. Ohih MiIiiiik,$1.121 17. Hood's Cures Mrs. Jennie Cunningham. "I Could Eat Nothing bnt very light rood, without baring terrlbls distress In my stomach. Before I had taken oue bottle ot Hood's I saw that It was doing me good. I continued to grow bettor while taking Ave botUes, and Now I Can Eat Anything, and my health Is very much better than for years." Mns.JurNiB cukninoium, Bouta New CasUe, Me. tie sure to get Hood's Sarsaparilla HOOD'8 PlLLS euro ConsUpaUon. 35o Farm for Bala. Eluhty acres with bottom laud at Skamokawn, 1 miles from Columbia river. 60 acres dear, well adapted for dairying, with dwelling, two barns, wagon, mowing maohine and some farm Improvements. E. Hofer, agent. Salem, Or. 12-23-dAw Hotel Moutcrcy. Newport, - - Or egos. Located ou the Beach, two miles noith of Newport on Cave Cove, a beautifully sheltered spot, wouderful scenery, sea bathliiL', flue drives to Capo Foul weath er llnhtummo. House uew. rooms large and airy, Finest resort for families or Invalids. Opeu all winter. Terms moderate by day or week. Intending visitors cau orop a postal oaru to isew port and be met by hack. JU1IM Vl'l Zl'ATKICK, d-2 m Proprietor. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. The drug and medicine 11 rm hereto f ire doing business, uuder the style of Smith A 8 1 finer, have this day dis solved mrtturshlDbv mutual consent. Or. J. 0. Smith retinue. The business will e continued by Lee Stelner, at the old red corner stand, where all bills aud aroounts are to be settled, Salem, Dec. 1st, 1603. J. O. Smith. M. D, LKfc fcJTWNSB, :? .a in. uE 1, -zzy Miracle. .sVtrrigJu.', INTERESTING STORY TOLD BY AN INMATE OF THE V LOUISL H( LOUISE HOME, jpat Buderer for Yenrs Treated by jtelcians Without Success How f Bhe was Believed. , Krom tho Washington Post. The so-called ethics of the medlol profession are peculiar unto theiuselvts They would prevent a physician from prescribing or using a patent medicine or anything bearing a semblauce to Such eveu though it was known that tho medicine was an Infallible specitlc for the disease uuder treatment. For instance there is a remedy now on the market which was a perscrip tion compounded by a most eminent pnelciau auc used ror yenrs in eenerai practice; now called Dr. Williams' Pink Ulltf. rn l)..t.. t.. ....!.. fin...!., .nnin.b utile nnwer in p.nrini thn iiiostHtlilitiorn ailments to which man is heir, resulted in their being prepared and sold in their present shape. Since then scarce ly a day has passed without the record of a marvelous cure beitig placed to their credit. Among the mauy ca'ee reported is one of looal Interest. Mrs. Ann Atkinson, 83 years old, an Inmate of the Louise Home, Washlug tou, D. C, has been restored to almost perfect health, after many years of suf fering with oue of the most paiuful ills known. 8he volunteered the following facts for the beuelit of her fellow suf ferers: I was born in King George county, Va., on a plantation about tueut miles from Fredericksburg, In Febru ary, 1810. EK'ht years ao I was at tucked by a negro who made a grab for a little satchel I was earning on m arm. Iu the struggle which followed the man knocked me down and drugged me along the ground for a distance of 40 feet After securing the hutchel Ik ran off and I was picked up and carried to the Home, An ugly gush over ni. left eye was sewed up and my left orm, which was dislocated, was set. As a lesult of my experience, congestion of the brain and nervous prostration fol lowed. I was so nervous I could noi bear even the noises of the Home and I was removed to a quiet spot in tlic country where I regained a portion of my former net 1th. "Thehock to mj nervous system, however, has weakened my runner excellent constitution, and its effects began to tell upon me in mv daily life. The physicians attached to Home did all thev could to relieve nie. I took to sudderi staggering as I walked, accompanied by severe pains in limbs. In addition to this I had sink log spells wiih palpitation of heart aud shortness of the breath which not oul alarmed me but caused me much an noyance. Severe pains in my back ap peared aud altogether this old frame was in a pitiful coudition. Iu the meantime the ptnsicians were treating me with powerful nerve tonics. About this time I noticed severe pains in my right arm which extended from the shoulder to below the elbow and then worked back again to the neck threat ening mv head. These I recognised aa rheumatism. 'I read in the Eohcopal Recorder, a religious paper published In Philadel phia, of the marvellou- cure ot a person who had mv symntoms to u dot. I sent for two boxes which were furnished promptly. From the start I began tak ing them according to directions and almost immediately experienced relief Before the bottom of the second box was reached I was almost entirely cured. However, like Rory O'More, I believe In odd numbers and I sent for the third box which cured me entirely. The rheumatism disappeared aud my rlirht arm was free from pain while I could use it to write at auv or all times the dizziness and palpita'lon of the heart were gone and I was a well wom an acaln. Since taklnir the lastliox I have not had an ache nor a pain. I freely assert that these wonderful Pink Pills for Pale People, and uothimr else, effected this marvellous cure, and I am grateful for the Providential manner by which my attention was tlrst direct ed towards them." Washington, May, 20 03 . District of Colomiua, RS City of Wasiiintoon. j Personally appeared before me this day Mrs. Ann Atklu'on, who being sworn deposes and says that the above statements are correct in alt details, Ann Atkinson. E. H. Conneu, witness. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 20th day of May. A. I)., 1805. Frank B Maki-ow Notary Puiilic, i). O The discoverer of Dr. Williams' Pink PIIIb for Pale People deserves the hluh est tribute that pen can frame His medicine hue tlono more toaltevlate the Mtilleriugsnf Immunity than any medi cine known to science, and his name nhnuld lie haudt-d down to future gen erations as the greatest savaut of the preseut age. The proprietors of Dr. .Williams' Pink Pills statu that they are an onfall lug blood builder and nerve restorer, curing nil forms of weakness arising front a watery condition of the blond or shattered nerves, two fruitful causes of almost evory ill that flesh is heir to The pills are also a sneciflu for the troubles peculiar to females, such as suppressions, all forms of weakness, chronic constipation, bearing down pains,eto., and lu the case ot men will give speedy relief aud ellect a permau eiitcureln all cases arlsmg from men tal worry, overwork, or excesses of whatever nature. Tho pills art sold by all dt-a ers, or will be sent piwt-puld on ecolpt of price (50 cents a imx, ihev rn never sold in hulk or ny tne nn, uy addressing Dr. William' Medll-.e IX, Scl eueotudy, N. Y', or Brockvllle, Outarlo. Grape Vines for Sale. I have proM)gated several thousand good strong two year old grapevines forsettliignut. assorted rarities, suit able for culture In Oregon, 25 els each, $2 00 per dzen. E. Hofer. Salem. Or., JouuNAli otllce, d w HOUSE Painting Decorating, 1 1 Hard Wood Finishing, (Tan cle good reforenNMi KUiuaU furnUh- ed. Addm, (Jto.Kchi.tru'u. i-alfm ItrsU tenre on -alem Motor lUl.way. horth Salem lftVe orders albleluerAlilocn. 11-94 Hi for Asylum Supplies. THE'BOAKD OP TRUSTEES OP THE Oregon state lnsan asylum Invito sealed proposals for furnlBhlng at the asylum near Salem, Oregcn, the following aup- Slies for the six months ending June ). 1894. PLUMB1NQ. 1 doz. tees. 1 doz. ells. 1 doz, unions. 1 doz unions. each & H. . . 1 and 2 Inch1 each . , IVi. 1. and 2 Inch each ? and Vt inch Keystone each 1, IU and 2 IncX flange 1 doz, each : V. 1. IU street ells. l doz. eacn ana men socKeis. 1 doz. each hi, and 1 inch plugs. 2 doz. each and H inch caropresslon bibs, finished. 2 doz. each and H inch compression hose bibs, finished. 100 feet each of hi. 94. H. . 1, and 1)4 Inch black pipe. 100 feet each of . and 1 inch galv. pipe. V. doz. each Vi. and Vi Jenkln's valves removable disks. 1 doz. each K and 1 Inch Jenkin's vUves removable disks. 21 sq. feet 3 ply rubber packing. 10 lbs. each V4 and sq. tlax packing. 1 Jackson's true scraper, 8 Inch. 20 bushels charcoal. 100 lbs. solder. Vt and H- 2 each extra jaws and nuts for "12, 18 and 2t Inch Stlllsons wrenches. 10 ma. Asnesies canaie wick. 141 sq. feet sheet lead 4 lb. 2 doz. Sampson's battery cells. 2 doz. H and glass cage washers, square. DRY GOODS. KO vards oall best. 2,500 yards cotton flannel. Nashau XXX. 1,200 yds. pequot A unbleached 45 inch. 1,000 yards Mariners stripe. 5uu yards Lonsdale bleached. 1,500 yards pequot A sheetlnfr. S6 inch. 500 yds. Continental check flannel'. 500 yds. glass crash towolllng-, IS Inch. 200 yds. bleached linen French towell ing. o00 yds. blue denim. 100 yds. bleached sheeting pequot 9-4. 100 yds. Marsellls check, York Mfg. I hnvpq white stav hlndlne 54 inch. 12 dozen Turkey red handkerchiefs, 24 inch 60 dozen IM . 11 ' 15 dozen 12 doren 13 dozen 50 yards 12 dozen Coat's thread, white No. ' ir-i I wtil N i. IS CQat's thread, black No. Coat's thread, black No. black linen 'thread. No. 36. 33. 16. 25. table oilcloth, white, papers pins. r.ll il.-ix. nrs. men's socks I half hose.) 1 doz. prs. men's gloves, Nos. 9 and 10, extra heavy. 15 dozen pairs suspenders. 100 yards r.ilesia, 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 ro ni ok' d i e rt rm'tnns. 3 dozen corsets (assorted Bizes, 20 to 30. t dozen thimbles, Nos. 9 and 10 closed ends. CLOTHING. 6 pairs Jean pants, 2929. G 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. 13 pair Jean pants, 3533. 12 pairs Jean pants, SG 32. 6 pairs Jean pants, 3733. 6 pairs jean pants, 37 J. 6 pairs jean pants, 3832. 0 pairs Jean pants, 38 ZS. 6 pairs Jean pants, 3932. 6 paln-J-euns pa in. H1" 2. YARNS. ?00 lbs. heavy white wool yarn. 150 lbs. cheapest grade wool yarn, as borted colors. 200 lbs. Crown mills carpet warp. artuoi-KiEH. in ntRRBid on BOXES. is 000 lbs srrauulaied sugar, extra fine, dry. i2,0 ohhg c su(?Hr. 0 mi lb rulledoats. 5 000 ihs cracked beat. ( lb orn menl. 600 lbs hominy, unall cracked. l,5C0Ib lmmiuy. 6 room-) rio. Miftj. tilulng. 301 gillons vlnegir. 2 0 trillions N. O. molnsfieg. l.WO lb. corn sta-ch, Oswego. 10,000 B. Liverpool halt. 40 lbs CHrb. fcoda, A nnd H. i lbs. cream tarter Foljrerw. SO gross mi My ma chen (Vulcan). 1 balt broom corn, 3 doz nsuli sk brooms. R.S ilrzen oji-terc, enns fA. Field's Cove). 15 dozen nnsco n (Khw Valle ) 8(X) ftH. BOda crackere, XXX, furnished as re quired. 2 COO gallons syrup (Standard), 40 Ib cindlei Staric wax). 2 dozen Worcesterbblre sauce, in qts., Les and PerrlnxJ 2 0 m-t. germea. 100 lb. Kago 601b f'blna starch. GKlb.Hl 'Orta. 25 dozen brooms. 200 ll poirl barley. 100 lbs. starch, glos-, 20 botes maramnl. R boxes vermicelli. fOO ttn. cheese. Cranston's or as good, lur- nisneaaa requires. SPICKS. 751b. mustnrd. 40 lbs. black pepper. 80 lb-, gtnicer. 23 lbs. allspice. CHOCKERY. 1" rtnz n ta cupn. 16 dornn tea suueers. '5 d"zm quart soup bowls. 2 do n 1 gul on p thcrs. S dozun nnui plait's. 1 in zeu bowls hi d pitchers, lriozi-n ctiaiuber pois. 1 d z-i lied nans. 1 dozen ulutHvrup pitchers. 2di zen liintHin uioi es SrtozHn plntpr.ain pitchers. Sdozv'ii Oiiirh di ne plutis. 2d 7. ii 7 'nch ole plaUw. 8 dozen 12 Inch vegoable dishes. I it z ii 10 innh vegota de dishes. 1 dozon "-ueir ImwTs 8 doz n 12 loch p utters. 2 duztm It luch plntiers. Ft OUR. 050 barrels, mo eor le-s best roller process, d 1 1 vi red siequirol, "6 b irrelB graham, more or less, delivered as rtnul ed. SOAP. 3.RT0 'h. extra pale svon. I 0l I . Ivory 20 lbs. nhivlug, .n cakes I. 11. Williams fc TEA. Wins Kng'l h break fast, bluck. 1,000 lbs. uuco ored Japau, ireen, COKt-'EE. S0001b.Cotanica. 40(llh.J'iva '.iu b. Moca. SCO lbs. chicory. BUTTER. 825 lbs. a w k, more or less, best creamery .- l-OHACCO. 2,000 lbs. Bledge Hummer, ilKATti. 600 Hm. per dsy, more or les. or befj st rq lliedlutqual pr a of lore and bind quar ter StO lbs. or mutton per wetk aa required, FI8U, Flah a reoutred. trlvlmr nrlcw ear nnnnrt tnr turnlshtne ine dlffereut kli,itanr(W-iv fnh MUU HIUUU, I.KATHER. TUG BrST DOMESTIO 8TOCT. 8 dozen oil grain calf, 40 lbs to the dozen. 1 fli lourall rktu, 0lb-. o ttiedoirn. 1 d.iieu ImlUltoi ifr.l'i mm. kniihi. r..- 8 dozen sheep Nkina ror llnlnr.iaa ed. 6 buokailns for lining, sha ed. tt k atned kin kln, m erne 8 lbs. each. 1 doz. kip skins, average -5 lbs. each. S sidea skirting 15 to 18 lbs. each. lb;. Santa Cruz sole leather, extra heavy No. 1, average weight US tts. to the side. 1 doz, balls English shoe -webJ 12 yards English shoe cor In. wide. ' 1 ox. Russian bristles. 1 dox silk twist D. 6 spools linen thread, No, 26. 6 spools linen thread No. 35. 2 lbs. Darbours shoe thread No. 12. 6 bottles leather cement (Cub brand.) 8 bottles rubber cement (Brazilian.) 3 doz. pieces shoemaker's wax. 6 lbs. 1 oz. shoe tacks. 8 lb.. 4 OZ bhvX) U.CKU h lo. yt brum nail , Improved. 12 lbs. 6-1 braBs nails. 12 lbs. 4-8 brass nails. 12 lbs. H brass nails. 12 lbs. 8-8 Iron heel nails. 12 lbs. iron heol nails. 12 lb itM iniu heul null. 12 lbs. H iron heel nails. 2 doz. Bradbury machine- needles) (weugo point) no . 2 sq. feet rubber cloth for patching. 20 yards heavy ticking for lining. TINWAKH. 5 doz. pressed pans, t laeh; 10 doz. pint cups. 24' doz. table spoons. GRAN1TK IRON "WAItE. 1 doz. wash basins. 6 doz. knives and forks. 2 doz. ladles, in two sizes. OAL.VANIZKD IRON WAXtH. 1 doz. slop palls with covers. MlSCh-LLANEOUU. M 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. hz dozen kalsomlnlng brushes. 2 dozen shaving brushes. t) UUZ 11 bOAO Mil K U UUKiligT. M. 3 dozen boxes hair pins. 3 dozen combs. 3 dozen papers needles Nos. 2. 3 dozen papers needles Nos. 3. 3 doieii pjpurs needles Nos. 4. 6 dozen papers needles Nos. i. 6 dozen papers needles Nosi 6. 4 gross satety pins. 6 dozen mop handles. 12 dozen mop rags. 50 packs playing cards double headed. 1 gross shaker pipes. OILS. 200 gallons kerosene, more or less, deliv ered in tanks as lequlred. .0 yahouM Aluuu jjIuQ.b, or as good. Ugullms lbuuy o nnaer, or us good. ' 100 gallons turpentine. 'Ailun. Aib i y n.iiiip mud No. 3, f ran good. 2 dozen bottles sewing machine. 200 lbs. parraltlne in 1 lb cakes. I ui e itxie hiv iso, it. uad I., ot u good. BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPHR8, ETC. Mens shoes. 20 pairs No. 6. 20 pairs No. 7.' 20 pairs No. 8. 20 pairs. No. 9. 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. 6. 30 pairs No. 7. 30 pairs No. 3. SO pairs No. 9. 30 pairs No. 10. 20 pairs No. 11. 10 pairs No. 12. Ladles shoes. 20 pairs No. S. 20 pairs No. 4. 30 pairs No. 5. 30 pairs No. . 10 pairs No. 7. Ladles carpet slippers. 20 pairs No. 5. 20 pairs No. 6. 20 pairs No. 7. 15 pairs No. . 10 pairs No. 9. 10 ktobs shoe laces. STATIONERY. 3 gross pens, London Incandessent No. 4 2 gross pens, London Incandescent No. a. 2 moss pens, London incandesomt No. . t gross pens, iulotU No. 404. 1 dozen pen holders. 8 dozen lead pencils. 10 i earns Wedgwood letter paper, half 1 gross indelible ink in bottles. Payson's 1 doz. 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 lenthf r uuiHr, iwtricb. 1 doz. -wash boards, best quality. 2 packages each 2, 8 and 4 lb tinned rivets. 1 pair i lb soldering Irons. 400 feet each and round Norway Iron. 100 feet each 7-16 and round Norway ,r75n'feot each l. lx, ltfxtt flat Norway iron. 75 feet each x, x. lx, l4x flat Norway iron. 10 feet each , . octagon tool Btecl. 10 feet each round tool steel. H keg each No. J, 4, ( front horse shoes tBurden's light. V, keg each No. 2, 4, 5 hind kjorse shoes (.Burden's light. 10 lbs. each No. 7 and 8 Putnam's horse shoe nails. 5 lbs. each, No. ( Putnam's horse shoe nails. 26 lbs. each No. 8 and 4 Sweet's Amer- can toe calks. 10 lbs. each No. 2 Sweet's Amerl-' can toe calks. 2 horse rasps, 14 Inch, Hitler's. 1 iron saw handle for key-hole saw with 0 t h. kio u in h DilonV 2 each Morse twist drills to 7-16 by l.lClli mill inch cliaiiK 30 lbs. each of , 1, IU. 1H. !X lncli round head rlvetb Vi incu. 2 each 6 inch and 12 inch monkey wri-i on ., o o ' y, dozen each . Vt, 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 lVxx-16, 2Hi3-16, lx, 2xV4. ixU, 2',iiXAi and Gx4 inch carriage bolts. 1U0 each 15-16 and 4x5-16 machine bolts 25 lbs. each Vi and iron washers. 10 lbs. each V4 and blank nuts. 400 feet Inch manllta rope, 400 teet H inch mamlla rope. 200 teet Vt Inch manllla rope. 2 gross screws each, 1 Inch No. 7 and 11, 2 inch No. 14, 1V4 inch No. 9 and No. ll.Jluur Nil 7iiud .M.V. t lbs. brads each, , and Ti inch. 1 k .1 t' b bl s. II i quality. 1 set gimblet brace bits. doz. compass saw blades, front 8 im ii ui in n i i u' 1 diamond for cuttng glass, No. 1. Is. l b uiU puiuck, hooaeu, oiuuiej's bent. 1 uluw liutuu.er No. 7 1 bet Jb'iruier roikei t'hUeU, (Barton's best) DRUGS. 5 lbs. acid carbolic cryst. pure. 10 lbs. acid muriatic commercial. 1 lb nitric acid C. P. 1 lb acid saliclllc powdered. 1 lb acid tannic. 10 lbs. aqua ammonia concentrated in 4 lb bottles. 10 lbs. ammonia muriate powdered. 2 lbs. ammonia carbonate. 6 lbs. aiiiiiiuiiiu bruiinue 2 lbs. antifebrln (Kalle and Co.) 2 Its. blue ointment. 81bi. UIMii III "Hi .Mi( qitlbbs.l 2 lbs. chalk prep, 20 lbs. cotton absorbant hospital. 1 lb calomel 2 lbs. chloranodyue. 6 lbs. chloroform (Squlbbs) 10 lbs. chloral hydrate (Merck.) it lbs. ether in Mi lb cana t&quibbs.) 50 lbs. epsom safta. U ib .xfF' i. .u i lulde or calcium comp, CTilden and Co.) 5 lbs. glycyrrhlza comp. powdered. 1 lb golden seal powdered, 5 lb hematio syrup hypophoanhates (P. D. and Co.) Vi tb jalap powdered. 6 lbs. mustard ground. 1 lb opium powdered. J gallons ofl caitor (Baker's A. A.) 5 gallons oil malaga. Vi Ib oil clovea pure. 1 Ib oil orange pure, Vi Ib oil peppermint pure. Vi lb oil lavender pure. V lb oil bargamont pure. J lbs, pepsin aacch. (FairchUdaJ 1 lb pepsin (Boudaults.) 4 lbs. phenacetln (Bayer.) 25 lbs. potash bromide bulk. 2 b 2 lbs. ' Ii potash chlorate powdered.' potash iodide gran. (Malllnch- 5 lbs. 1 krodts.) 3 Its. Ikrodta.) potash cltrata gran. (Malllao- 5 lbs. pyrophosphate of iron (Squlbbs.) H ib tartarate of Iron and potash. 2 lbs. soda boras, powdered. 3 lbs. soda bromide. 1 Ib soda hypophosphata gran. 2 lbs. soda phosphate gran. . 2 lbs. solution chloride of Iron (Malllnc krodts. ,? ,!b"' j hypophosphate compound (Fellown.) 1 lb vanilla bean (Mexican.) 6 IbB, sulfonal (Bayer.) A Ib anttpyrlne (Dr. Knorrs.) 30 gallons alcohol, 9C per cent. 5 gallons glycetlne pure. 20 lbs. vaseline XXX ref. bit oz. quinine sulphate (K. and M.) 2 oz. lunar caustic Dura. 1 os. morphine sulphate (P. and W.) oz. red iodide mercury, oz. yellow oxide mercurv. 2 oz. menthol. Vi oz. eocalne muriate. 1 Ib sponges surgeons No. 1. 1 Ib spungea carriage No. 1. 1 Ib solution aubsurphate of iron (Squlbbs.) 1 gross phials 1 oz, 2 gross pniats 4 os. 1 gross phiala ( oc 2 gross phlata 8 oz. 2 gross corks each No. 4, 6 and 8(taper.l 3 gross pill boxea assorted sizes Ne. 29, 3u nnd 81. 2,500 empty capsules No 1 (P. D. and 2,500 empty capsules No. 2 (P. D. an Solublo hypodermic tablets. 1,000 hypo, tablets No. 9 in cases 10 bottlea each (J. Wyeth Bios.) 2,000 hypo tablets No. 46 in cases 18 bottles each (J. Wyeth Bros.) 2U0 hypo, tablets No. 81 (J. Wyeth Bros.) 4 doz. cod liver oil Bm. (Phillips) large. 1 doz. Davidson's syringe No. 1. 2 doz. Davidson's syringe No. 2. 6 doz. camels hair pencils assorted. 4 doz. plasters Allcock's porus. 4 doz. plasters Wells stremrthcnlnr 2 boxes plasters Meads adhesive (S. and J.) J boxes Plasters silk Isinglass stir-, gedn'ff pink (S. and J.) 2 boxes Plasters silk isinglass sur geon'a black (S. and J.) 2 boxes Plasters capsicum 8. and J.) 3 lbs. pills c. c. Imp. gelatin coated (P D. and Co.) 200 pills aloln 1-5 grain (P. D. and Co.) m vills elolne Vi grain (P. D. and Co.) 600 pills aloln comp. (P. D. and C.) 200 pills C. C. gran, pink' V Br. (P. D. and Co.) 200 pills assafoetlda 1 gr. (P. D. and Co.) 200 pills assafoetlda 2 gr. (P. D. and Co.) bOJ pil s rmmoneagogue gelatine coated (McK. and R.) 300 pills aloes et Ferrl. 1 lb Hold 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.) 6 lbs. fid. ext. eascar sagroda (P. D. and Co.) 1 lb fluid ext. eapsleum (P. D. and CoO 1 tb fluid ext. conlura seed (P. D. and Co.) 2 lbs. fluid ext cinchona cdmp. (P. D. and Co.) 1 lb fid. ext. dlgitallls (P. D. and Co) 2 )b9. fid. ext. glrger (P. D. and Co.) 1 lb fid. ext. gentian (P. D. and Co.) 2 lbs. fld. ext. henbane (P. D. and Co.) i lbs lid. ext. lpecacauanhea. (P. D and co.) 6 lbs. fld. ext Jalap (P. D. and Co.) o ids. na. exi. licorice f. u. ana Co.) 1 lb fld. ext nux vomica (P. D. and Co.) 1 lb fld. ext orange peel (P. D. and Co.) 2 tbs. fld. ext. rhubarb (P. D. and Co.) 1 lb fid. ext. seneka (P. D. and Co.) 6 lbs. fld. ext nenna (P. D. and Co.) l Ib fld. ext. squills (P. D. and Co.) 1 Ib fld. ext Squills comp. P. D. and Co.) t lbs. fld. exti sarsaparilla comp, for syrup (P. D. ana Co.) i lbs. fld. ext. wild cherry (P. D. and Co.) 200 Alter papers, round gray, Ne. 33 Dia. 13 Inches. 2 lbs. soda et potas, tart Samples may be see at the office ef the boaid. Goods must be in accordance therewith, and be la original packages when possible. The right te reject any or all bids is reserved. Delivery of sup plies will be required within ten days' notice of acceptance of bid. A copy ef the adveitisement must accompany each bid., and the name of the class of aup- Elies must be on the envelope, Kach 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 con firming accounts- of purchases' when- the advertisement does not contain a full and complete description of the articles to be purchased. Bids will be optnedat 2 o'clock p. m.. Tuesday, January 2. 1894. at the oflue of the board, Salem, Oregon. SYL.VE8TER PBNNOTBR. GEO. W. MCBRIDE, PHIx.. METSCHAN) Board of Trustees. Wm, A. MUNI.Y. Clerk of Board. GEO. C. WILL DEALER IN Htelnwny, Knabe, Webber, Emer boii und otber pianoa. Storey 4e Olark and Earheff organs. All Orel elites makes of sewing ma chines. Smaller makes of musical Instru ments und supplies. Geuuiue needles, oil und new parts for all makes of machines. Hewing machines and organs re paired and oleaued. Two doois north of postofllce, Salem, Oregon. SHRIVER'S OBOHESTBA. Persons wishing to engage muslo for the holidays or auy other occasion will do well lo see us. Can furnish one or more violluBiiras many pieced as -'faired. First houee south ot Lincoln Rchool house, or Salem Postofllce. Gko aiinivau, manager. 12-6 Im. East and South -VIA- THE SHASTA ROUTE rth Southern Pacific Company. CALIFOKNIA EXPRESS TRAIN BUN DAILY B TWBBN PORTLAND AND 8. T. HOIllb. North. a 15 p. m. .t p. ni. 10-IS a.m. tiv. Portland Lv. Hal cm Ar. Ban Kran. Ar. I ts.2)a. m Lv. I 6;b9a. m L.v.1 70 p. m Above trains stop at all stations from Portland to Albany inclule; also at Tangent Hbedd, llalsey, liarrikburg. Junction city, Irving, Kueene and all stations from itoseburg to Ashlaiid Inclusive Hi-HKHrUUMAll. DAILY. 1M a. in, 11:17 a. m 1:50 p. m. I.V. Lv Ar, Portland Balem Koseburg Ar, I 0 p. m I.v.1 1:40 p. m. Lv. 7.-00a.w Dining Cars ou OgUeu Koute PULLMAN BOOT SLBBPBIIS AND Second Class Sleeping Cars- Attached to all through trains. vVestSifle Divista, Between Portland ii femliis: TAItT- (EXCEPT 8DNDAT). Juu a. iu. i Lv. Iil5 p. m. I Ar. forilund Oorvallis Ar. I ow4.uj. Lv. IKWP. At Albany and OorvatlU oonneei wlta trlnnf nrt-eon WHflo rUllnxMl , KJt'KK-yi fUAIN IQMJ.V axifcfrwiiNi'A 4: 10 p. in. I Lv. Portland ArTl BJa,ni I'Mnm I r. MpMlnnvtlle Ly. I fcffla-ra . iiiittfJUM 'ritjkBTH To aH points In the K4r WmUt, ran and Karof can be oMalred at toaet raw trom W. W. eKIMNKX. AgHt. 5 ' K.I'. BOOKRS, hUU. JP.a4rM.AlSl K. JCOJULLktt, Mmtirar I K itt )U to m vl H ler. lb Irii ou op H IB S CK1 t le hit jai lio Bin be fad liloj li r f 'S j i k V i