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SALEM, OR., THURSSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 18S8.
OREGON FRUIT DRYER
Is Simple of Construction,
EASY OK OPERATION.
Awarded first premium at the Oresron
Stato Fair ISAJ-'St-SS-'Sd.'ST and at tho Cali
fornia SUvte Fair, 1S37, nnd Ban Joaquin
County Fair, 18S7.
Manufactured In slxslzeq. For circular
and price list address
H. S. JORY & SON,
P. O. Hox 286. Salem, Oregon
JO-Dryer Furnaces furnished ;tlve ;slzes
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO.,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
EXCHANGED FOR OREGON, WASH;
Ington Ter. orCalllornla real estate. For
information nddi ess us at either of the fol
lowing ofllce-.: Palestine, 111.; Kuiimis City,
Mo.; Halem.Or.; Portland, Or. saiomolHce
at Uelilngei's machinery depot, near tho
cilyhnll, Liberty street; Portland ollleoin
the rooms of tho State Immigration Hoard,
corner of Front and Ash streets. 17Jtf
L, S. SKIFF & CO.,
OJlleo near t hie
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET. - SALEM, OREGON.
S9-A11 kinds of fresh nnd cured meats
always on hand, full weight and n'square
deal all arlund.
A good Iron frame Horse Power. Gopd
for nil uses, from ono to full capacity.
All for tho low price of $30. Call at ho Pa
clflo Cider, Vinegar A Fruit Preserving
Company's office. Salem, Oregon.
For the treatment of all diseases of men
DItS. GILBERT & 1VE3IP
Medicated vapor baths, oxygen Inbala
tlons, electro magnetism, medicated
sprays, etc. Office and sanitarium In the
Hank block. Consultation free. 10-ddw
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SOLD ANDGUAKATEED BY
D. W. MATTHEWS & COMPANY,
106 STATE ST.. SALEM, OR
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Deoot
ftp? Proposals for Stationery.
Office ok thk Sechktary or statu,
StKM, Or., Sept. 27th, lsSJ.,
Sealed proposals will be received nt this
ofllre until noon November 27th, ISbS, to
furnish the follow lng nrticleIfor the state
SO reams legal cap, 14 lb, No. 8 ruling,
while laid, Cur-w, Charter Oak orjscolch
l reams letter paper, UJIb, o. 8 Irullng,
wlilto laid, Carew, Charter Oak oriSeotch
Linen. &a , - S&XW&Sailtt
30 rcims first-class Congress note, T, lb
packages. No. S ruling, white laid.
liM No. 5 white envelopes, 60 Ib.No. lrng,
15 M No. 9 ;whttc Ifnvelopes, 00 11), No. 1
12 gross railroad steel pens No 149.
15 gross Glllott's steel win, Jlo. 401.
3 gross Easterbrook "J" pens.
5 gross Faber's pn holders, No. 1S7S.
4 do7en Tower Manufacturing Co's. bar
ometer and brass backed Inkstands.
12 dozen Ivory folders, 8 Inch, Standard.
3 do7cn Ivory folders, 10 Inch, Congress,
10 dozen mucilage cups, No. S, Morgan's
1 dozen mucllaga stands, reservoir. No.
8, Morgan's patent.
3 reams Parker's treasury blotting paper,
140 Iti, assorted colors.
2 gross No. 2 Eagle Recorder lead pencils,
4 dozen Arnold's writing fluid, quarts.
2 dozen David Sons writing fluid,
2 dozen Sanford's premium fluid, quarts.
la uozen aupiex cap ooaru letter cn-s,
12 dozen Faber's rubber rulers, 11 Inch,
12 dozen steel erasers, Rogers', No. 1S14D, 11.
3 dozen steel erasers, Rogers', No. 1811'J, E.
20 Ikixcs Faber's No. 300 rubber hands, as
4 gross Faber's lead pencils, Nos. 2 and 3,
10 gross Faber's lead pencils, round, gilt,
6 dozen Faber's patent Ink and iencll
rubber erasers, small.
10O0 McOIU's patent piper fasteners, No. 2.
1000 McOIU's patent p per fasteners, No. 4.
18 dozen gummed stub tiles, No. 21, llxlo
In., 2T)0 pages.
12 dozen table pads for paper, IIH2I.
It) dozen wasto paper baskets, cross bir,
.1) vi hemp twine, No. 12.
At the samo time separato bids vvillbi
received forl2dozen Wostenholm congress
knives to bo described by trado Nos. Sam
ples to be exhibited.
IJIds should be marked "Proposals foi
Stationery." None but best quality oi
The right to reject any or all bids Is re
All goods to bo delivered beforo Januarj
1st, 1880. Payment to bo mado by warrant
on stato treasury.
GEO. W. mchridi;.
0-23-td decretory of State,
Real Estate Bargains.
$1,000 100 acres, 0 miles from O A C de
pot. Good house, barn anil
orchard. Fenced, nnd J In cul
tivation. $2,000 80 acres, 4 miles from Salem.
Hood rnid to town. Improve
ments fair. Fine fruit land.
$o,4!)0 s. acies 2Ji miles from iMilom.
No buildings. Splendid land,
nil fenced. Make a desirable
$2,'j00. tw acres 4 miles from Salem. Im
provements good. Pine young
orchard, and garden land.
$4,180 1SK) acres. 7 miles from Sulem.
Hill laud, flnely watered. Sell
In lots of 40-ncro tracts at $25 per
$10,800. b7o acres, 8 miles- from Salem.
Excellent grass and fruit land,
ndlnlnlmr Wlllamctto river.
Will nr.ll In tracts.
$1,375 51acres,4 miles ot Salem. House,
ut tho door. Good soil, and
plenty of timber.
$2,400 IJOncrcs, 5 miles of Salem; good
road; well Improved; stream
running through tho place.
$00,00 (00 acres (4 miles west side O &
j lb XV J K"V WUunw, .... ....j
orchard, 1J0 In cultivation, bal
unce oak grub pasture land.
$800 10 acres, 1 mllo from Salem, ad
joining lair gruumi. jiu iuuuj
no linprov omenta.
Si.200 40 acres, 5 miles Salem; nil In
cultivation; no buildings; near
school house. Excellent fruit
$1.000.-S70 acres, 0 miles from O AC It R;
all fenced; well watered. House,
barn, nnd small orcharo; 150
acres In cultivation.
82.700. 1 lots, with gooalioiiRCnndbarn,
East Salem. Desirable locution.
We have besides this a large list ".'city
and farm proicrty. lluj crs would do well
to call and examine our holdings before
making their purchases.
WILLIS A CHAMIJERLIN,
Opera House, Court St..
o.2fitf Salem, Or,
Land of Discoveries.
Those who have used it "rel
dies are giving satisfaction, ami cus
tomer with lironehltlssays ft Is .the only
remedy tnai given iiiu .
SEHUEM. COVKll. DnigglsU
I i. the pleusure to Inform
HaVe ou that j our l'reparatlons arc
mating with largesaK '
Nothing but Praise &KB
rjvklon tousotucm. . , '
li Ml unJ you n.rt only vjlll not Ce,
It Wl ll MTelf, hut U1
recmnraend It toothers, as thousand.
rS?edSne.who hve IrU everythli&
el Jin Ciilu. Money U no object here
EEE.VwS !!" Convince You
lriflinesumofone dolUr cn purrlHuw
iSl'tat wl" ""! between you
andoSeoftbenwrt drwdedof human
"circulars sent free.eontalnlngdeUlled
I. rrerrl only b?i11i,,?vABIKT,NE
MBDICAL CO., Ofovlll', CSaL
BEFORE IT IS BORN.
Some Btartllvg Statement of Oen.
Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, on
beinc suked when the training ot a
child should begin, replied, "A hun
dred years beforo it is born."
Are we to infer from this that this
generation is responsible for tho con
dition of the race ft hundred years
Is this wonderful generation tho nat
ural result of the propor diet and med
icines of a hundred years ago 7
It is conceded in "other lands that
most of the wonderful discoveries
of tho world in this century havo
come from this country. Our ances
tors wero reared in log cabins, nnd
suffered hardships and trials.
But they lived anI enjoyed health
to a ripe old age. The women of
those days would endure hardships
without apparent fatiguo that would
tartlo those of the prosent age.
"Why was it?
One of the proprietors of tho pop
ular remedy known as Warner's sale
cure, has been faithfully investigating
Uie cause, and has called to his aid
scientists as well as medical men, im
pressing upon them the fact that
there cannot be an effect without a
cause. This investigation disclosoi!
thb fact that in the oldon times
simple remedies wore administeic'
compounded of herbs and roots, which
wero gathered and stored in tho loft
of the log cabins, and when sickiip"
came on, these remedies from natnroN
laboratory wero used with tho bo-i
"What were these remodies? Whit
were they usod for? After untiring
and diligent search they have
tained tho formulas so generally usoil
for various disorders.
Now tho quostion is, how will tho
olden time preparations affect the
people of this ago, who have Ih-i n
treated, under modern medical
schools and codes, with poisonous
and injurious drugs. This tebt has
been carefully pursued, until then
are convinced that the preparations
they now call Warner's Log Cnhui
remedies aro what our much abus d
Amonc thorn is what is known ns
Warner's Log Cabin sareaparilla, nml
they frankly annouueo that thoy do
not consider tho sarsaparilla of so
much valuo in itself as it is in tl
combination of tho various ingrcdt
snts which together work marvelous!)
upon the system. They also havo
preparations for other diseases, such
as Warner's Log Cabin cough nnd
consumption remedy," "Log Cabin
hops and buchu remedy," "Warner's
Log Cabin hair tonic." Thoy have
great confidence that thoy havo a
cure for tho common disease of catarrh,
which thoy givo tho name of "Log
Cabin rose cream." Also a "Log
Cabin ulaster." which they ar6 con
fident will supplant all others, and a
liver pill, to bo used separately or in
connection with tho other remedies.
Wo hopo thnt tho public will not
be disappointed in those remodies,
but will reap a benoflt from the in
vestigations, and that tho proprietors
will not bo embarrasod in their in
troduction by dealers trying to sul
stituto remedies that havo been so
familiar to tin) shelves of our drug
gists. This line of remedies will be
used instead of others. Insist upon
your druggist getting them for you if
ho hasn't thorn yet in stock, and wo
feel confident that these now reme
dies will receivo approbation at our
reader's hands, as tho founders have
used every care in their preparation.
BAN I RANCISCO, Nov. M, In.
Messrs. WELLER, UUOS.,
Gentlemen: Wo had tho plensuro re
cently of making shipment to jou of our
new u White Cross" Extracts, nnd send
you by mall to-day n very nt show oiru
wlilch wn would like vou to plnee promi
nently In your store, and w hloh will sail
theattcntlon of your trade to tho goods.
tt linn luvii our Intention for some time
past to place uion the market the finest
lino of rtnvorlng extracts mainimciurvu
this country, and after months of study
and experimenting with the prominent
brands now beforo the public we have m
lastsueceded In placing Ik fore ou a qual
ity which beyond doubt hw np uierlor
We run not too -strongly Impress ui"n
ypu that jou can uuhealtutlnyly r""
mend them to your cutimer iw the Hwi
thift oun jsisslbly be mauufactureil Tin
paokagv and style generally U ncl a t'
uuraoi.nitixitlnn.und weuredlct tlwt wh li
your trade bu tsled th quality of the
goods your sate ror " w ui i i tww -will
JJyoomplj lng with our request jouwlli
confer favor upoi jours tnily.
A. HCIUU.ISU 4. l
iuuo4 Mvroh and Bept.,
ten yew. It U n ncy
clopedla of useful infer
mstion for all who pur
chug tho luxuries or tb
noce.slties of llfo. Wj
em doth you and furnish yoo witn
all the necsiry and unnecessary
appliances to rido.walk, daneo, tlv.
lit. fish, hunt, work, go to church,
or itir at home, and in Tarlooe Ue.
wait I. rehired to do all these thing.
COaFOBKBLT. and aj
estimate of the Tiiue ot the u "
QUIDE, whtea will be sent upon
receipt of 10 eenle Pr Po'8'
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
That smallpox has great'y de
clined in England during the last
iiriy years is apparent rrom llgurvs
w hich have boon published. From
1&3 to 1SJ2 the death from small
pox in England amounted to flT.'J
per 100,000; in 18S0-84 tho rate was
0.5 per 100,000. Vncclnntlon has not
only tt direct Influence in cnmlug
this reduction in the number of
victims to snmllpo.x, but it nlso has
i u ndi'iiey to docroufo the liability
to the ilKi'iicc of children of vno
The Oregon Lund Company's ten
acre l.iisuro .-oiling rapldly,40 bavin
Uvii sold since tho 8th of Sept. There
is no probability that 10 acres of
good land vv itlilti four mllesofSaleni
will ever again be ottered for $30 per
acre on easy terms. There uro now
live hous.es' in process of construction
.in lots alreudy sold ami roads tire
I ehig opened and bvldges built so
lint (he value of all of the lots is
being rapidly enhanced. Any one
wishing to buy ten acres ot good
land for much less than the price of
a city lot will do well to look at this
property at once its tliero Is nodoubt
but that it will nil be sold Insldo or
thlrt days. Cull at tho olllco of the
Oregon 'Lund company on Com
mercial street nml you will be shown
the property fieo of charge.
A man who has practiced medi
cine for 40 years, ought to know
salt from sugar; read what he
Toledo, O., Jan. 10, 1887.
Mossis. F. J. Cheney & Co. -Gentlemen:
I havo been in tho general
practice of medicine for most 40
years, and would say that in nil my
practice and experience, have never
seen a preporation that 1 could pre
scribe with as much confidence of
success as I can Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by you. Have nie
sciibed it tt great many times and its
effect is wonderful, and would say
in conclusion that I havo ye. tollnd
a case of catarrh that it would not
cure, if they would take It according
. l. l. aoiisucir, m. d.
Olileo, 215 Summit St.
We will uive $100 for tiny case of
cntiurh that cannot be cured with
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken Inter
nally. F. .1. CIIENFY & CO. Toledo, 0.
BarSoJd by druggists, 75c.
Tho moiirietors of tho SANTA
AUIE have authorized I). W.
Mathews & Co., to leftind you your
money if, after giving this Califor
nia King of Cough Cures u fair trial
as directed, It fails to give satisfac
tion for the cure of coughs, croup,
whooping cough anil all throat nnd
lung troubles. When tho disease
affects tho head, ami assumes the
form of catarrh, nothing Is so effect
ive as California cat-r-eure. These
remedies are without equal as house
hold remedies. Hold at vM.(X) a
package. Thrco fpr $2.50.
(julng I'own mil
There aro more ways thun one of going
down hill. HeJilos rolllnt over n pieci
Pice. rushlniriloli a toboaiun sldu a ,d
other meihiHls. )ou may. If )ou full to
rectify an erratic iII(slon, dl.cipllne u
robtiUlous llvci,uud rwtorea rciulur habit
oftliH.Kiwili, r.inUlly ilesisiiul u.i Imllue
whoso iMiiKim Is .lie t,me. A .fjluro In
vlfcor, Impairment ol iiictltn -iiulik'd
sleep, low, of Hell nnd moiun ir.icii.
i he id arc tho Inrulllblo Inilliwtlo.is unit
show di-etiy, nnd ' itjhtto sinj'.es. 'TiMlr.
The nnesi, su est pioii-jinlct ni is of
reiiu.iliitf Dluslcu. I'lKiti Is Ili.et.er'
Htoiuncli l.i.iem. Where tin. i.-Mc-ul
silons and weak apiiet'zeni ia.1, thl l
i mi la Invlyiniiu suiivdH vVho.lirr
li-MilennH V ihcn.tundHiii of the iILmmmi,
Inlm-i'in In .io roiik.tliitlon or .he eiiip.
IMIlllin Of (MlVllfiJC, n . ii vwy slow
hi er wtliv iomI'HJIw, the I'.l.teis have
er lirov ed a reliable menu of -.tmedyliig
II. ilirou .; tho mmlluin of Improved itigev
Hon. The Dlitiirauureiiuilarluuimiilsliils,
rheumutlsm, onus. iwilon mid Kidney
A h'smI digestion Walts on upiwlltu and
n xm iip)M-iite is oil" of the surest sWn of
iM-rfiiit IiumIIIi. If ymi are low splrllud.
irrltiibli, billons, rr Iihmi nil llrr.lllur
iipiM'tlii-. ihi'il Keilllvls.1 ynu by nil Inmiu
totaki l)r Hinh-v a IMinli lion 'Ionic, It
vs ill maki a nt w man of Jou
Mild bj 1). W. Mathews A C'.
I a 1 IJ SB Wt j 1 k 1
Imporlanl Events of the Whole World
for Twenty-four Ilour
Ills Prirnte Secretary Virginia Lost
Foul Murder (leneral Items.
The Wliltechapals Agftlil.
London, Jsov. 121. Great excite
ment was occasioned this morning
when it was reported that nuotlier
woman had been murdered nnd
mutilated In Whlteehapel. Accord
ing to the woman's .statement he
seized her nml struck her enco in
the throat with a knife. She strug
gled desperately, succeeding in free
ing herself from his grasp, and
screamed for help. Her cries alarm
ed the man and ho tied without
attempting further violence. Some
of tho neighbors who heard the
woman's screams followed tho
would-be murderer about 300 yards,
when he disappeared. Tho woman
says sho is fully able to recognize the
man, and gave a description of him
to the police.
A Preacher Sw ars On".
New Yokk, Nov. 21. Rev. E.
Walpolo Wnrren, Rector of the
Church of tho Holy Trinity, swore
off' driuklng for ono month. The
pledge was taken in his pulpit at
the close of a sermon on temperance.
It was not taken because tho
reverend gentleman believed It was
necessary to his own good, but Just
to show himself that ho could do It.
During the sermon he said It was
unjust to close up tho saloon all day
Sunday unless tho wealthy men
would look their wine collars. Ap
parently as a matter of good faith, he
closed by taking a pledge not to
drink for a mouth,
A Hirdof linmilu
St. Paul, Nov. 21. C. J. Jones
of Garden City, Kansas, has for
some years been making a special
study of huffUlo, ami has at present
a herd of about fifty on his ranch
In Kansas. He began crossing them
with entile and tho experiment has
been successful, tho half breed htif
fulo'being n hardier animal, while
much less wild In Its nature. The
raising of bison has become a prof
itable business, its 11 fly cents a pound
for buffalo meat can bo obtained In
Chicago. Tho animals will be
shipped south to-morrow.
I'roni (,'invlilile to Court,
Olymdia, Nov. 21. The Turn
water Sunday church horse wlilji
ping affair assumed dllleient feat
uies, and )romlscs to cieate a sensa
tion at the next term of district
court. A meeting of tho clti.ens
was held, and it was deemed advis
able, In order to uphold tho dignity
of the town, that Mr. Miinvll
should be prosecuted. Tho only
evidence produced for tho defense
was that Ward, the complainant,
had thrown peanuts at young Man
vil In church, and in various ways
made him apoear ridiculous.
Ilurrlnoii's 1'rlvatn Noerelnry.
iNMANAroi.iM, Nov. 21. Tho
president-elect tendered Elijah W.
Halford, managing editor of tho
Indianapolis Journal, the jiosltiou
of private secretary. Air. Halford is
If) yours fa (o, iimlcaino from Eug.
laud when u child, with his parents
wlio hottlutl In Cincinnati. Ho
liegan IiIh pajier career aa u reKrter
on tho Indianapolis Journal twenty
live years ago, ami roiro In a few
years, through successive nro-
mollous,io mo managing etutorsuqi.
A Wrjr lafvruitte.
liar;iey llruwler, it Heotohmuii,
w.ts brought down from Albany
th i uftiiriioou and committed to
the asylum for Insane, lfo Is tt
tailor by trado ami had Iksjii work
ing for several ilays lu Albany,
when ho first showed signs of In
siliity and was taken ill charge.
He thinks ho Is Jesus Christ and Is
oiustautly surrounded by devils.
Intemperance Is assigned as the
cause of his liemeiitod condition.
Considerable excitement wim
created this morning by tho an
nouncement that the wife of u well
known Balem huslnoss man had
eloisl with her IiusUnd'H olerk.
but In vestlgatlons revealed the faot
she had oijly gonehurrldly to Squire
larrur & Co's to witch home of
those splendid Urgalm In grocerlen,
llairlson And The outli.
Austin, Nov. 22. Tho Chronlclo
publishes a letter from Gen. Harri
son to its editor, declining to wrlto
something on what Is commonly
called "tho Southern question."
The letter concludes as follews:
"What I have said during tho cam
paign Is accessible to you, and when
the appointed time arrives I shall
not hesitate to express such views
as 1 hold, and shall hold all my
views subject to modllleatlou upon
Will Ask u l'ardon.
Ohkoon City, November 10.
Frank Hamilton was sentenced to
one year in ii.e penitentiary ior
assault with a dangerous weapon.
Public sympathy Is said to bo In
favor of Hamilton, ns It is generally
believed that ho acted In self-defense
when he committed tho assault. A
petition for portion may bo circulated
and presented to the governor at
Charges Against l'owderly.
iNDiANAroi.iH, Nov. 21. It was
decided by tho general assembly
to-day to appoint a committee to
Investigate and repoiton the charges
against l'owderly ami other general
officers. Tho report of tho com
mittee on law, and thonctlon thereon
occupied the remainder of tho fore
noon session, it contained nothing
A Healed Heart mid HlOO.OOO.
l'lTTHltt'im, I'a., November 21.
The suit of Mrs. Ella lllbbard
against Henry O. Fry, for $100,000
for alleged breach ot promise, wim
called at Heaver. Mrs. Hlblmid, tho
plaintiff', Is the widow of Dr. Henry
Hlbbard, a prominent physician
who died ton years ago, She Is tv
hnndsoiuo woman about 40 years of
The Age to Slurry
Wo do not advise girls to put off'
marriage until they are .'ISO years
old, which was, I bellove, theagoof
the daughter of Enoch when she
entered the state of holy matri
mony, hut we think that they do
not consult their best Interests
when they allow thoughts of love
ami marriage to occupy their minds
In their "salad days," when thoy
aro "green lu Judgment." This
piecoelouHiiess works mischief lu
many ways. It prevents tho en
joyment of happy years of maiden
hood, when the inliiil ami heart are
free to expand under healthful in
lluonccs; It prevents Improving ami
elevating study; It occupies the
inliiil with fancies, desires ami
castle-biilldlug, which aro not only
futile, but injurious; It indisposes
for sensible views of llfo; It tends to
tho formation of a shadow ami
frivolous character, ami It not In
frequently leads to foolish entangle
mentis and hasty attachments,
which cause much anxiety and dis
tress. Sometimes it loads to mar
riage before either husband or wife
know what they aro doing, ami be
fore the gh I is lit either nhyslcally,
(iomtsiicaiiy tor tne
cares of married life.
A correspondent semis us a news
paper clipping, In which Is asserted
that anyone can hold a wasp in the
lingers, nnd not be stung, provided
he or she will keep tho lungs Inllat
ed or hold tho breath while re
taining the wasp. Ami our eorres
KutIunt asks us If It l true. We re
ply that we have no doubt that It Is
true with a proviso? Tho difficul
ty couiuH In right there so few peo
ple havo the energy, tho moral
courage, the enterprise and other
things, to hold a wasp and tho
breath at the same time. There
seems to ho uu almost Irresistible
predisposition tosay something, Just
at the most Intercutting moment.
Ladles.uiidorgolng the trlal,wlllsay,
"Ouch I" ami thereby rontler the
exjK'rlment, selentllloally, valueless.
For, nw we huve tried to make you
understand, tho whole thing depends
on tho retention of the breath. And
you can't hold your breath and say
"Ouohl" Men nre no mure to bo
rolled on than tho female sex. They,
too, always say something, more or
less applicable to the wasp, or to tho
occasion, or to the philosopher who
promulgated the theory. None of
them have the natlonee to keep
silent, or hold the breath, lout;
enough to give the thing u fair trial.