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' SALEM, OR., MONDAY,
NOVEMBER 5, 1SSS.
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Is Simple of Construction,
EASY OV OPERATION.
Awarded first premium at the Oregon
State Fair lSii-'SWiVM-W and at the Cali
fornia StAte Fair. 1337, and San Joaquin
County Fair, 18S7.
Manufactured lu slxlslzes. For circular
and price list address
H) S. JOEY & SON,
P. O. Box qse. Salem, Oregon
3-Dryer Furnaces furnished five sizes
Proposals for Stationery.
Sealed proLJM,T &32b-i.
office until noon November 27th. ISSS. to
rurnl'h the following articles for the state
whli.98"1 ""fr u No- 8 ruln.
Uuen re,r' Cuarter ak or Scotch
30 reams letter paper, 12fl.No.8 rullnir,
white laid, Carew, Charter Oak or Scotch
30 reams flrst-clau Congress nolo, 7 B
packages. No. 8 ruling, white laid.
15y4-?- 9 whUo envelopes, flOlb, No. 1
12 gross railroad steel pens No 149.
15 gross Qillott's steel peus, fo. 401
3 gross Eastcrbroolc "J" pens,
across Fabor's;pn holders. No. 1S70.
4 dozen Tower Manufacturing Co's. bar.
ometer and brass backed Inkstands.
12 dozen Ivory folders, Inch, Standard.
3 dozen Ivory folders, 10 Inch, Congress.
10 do7cn mucllngo cups, No. 8, Morgan's
BEFORE IT IS BORN.
The Goose-Egg In Courtship.
1 dozen mucllnpn Rtunil rocrvif Ka
6, Morgan's p-ttent. '
. A "Mmi' I'JrKcr's treasury blotting paper,
140 lb. assorted colors. - - ,
2 gross No. 2 Eagle Recorder lead pencils,
style G6S. v '
4 dozen Arnold's writing fluid, quarts.
2 dozen David A Sous writing fluid.
Some Startling Statement
2 dozen Stanford's premium fluid, quarts.
15 dozen duplex cap board letter ell
HUGHES, BELLINGER & CO.,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
TnXCHANUED FOH OREGON, WASH
Pjlngton Tcr.oi California real estate. For
Information address us at either of the fol
lowing effices: l'alcsttno, 111.; Kansas City,
Mo.; balcm.Or.; I'ortlaud.Or. Salem office
at Bellinger's machinery depot, near the
clly hall, Liberty btrect; Portland offlcoln
the rooms of the State Immigration Board,
corner of Front and Ash streets. 173tf
Office near the
by the painless pro
12 dozen Fnber'a rnhhnr mlpra
12 dozen steel erasers, Rogers', No. 18149, n.
3 dozen steel erasers, Rogers', No. 18149, K.
20 boxes Faber's No. 300 rubber bands, as
4 gross Faber's lead pencils, Nos. 2 and 3.
10 cross Faber's lend Tvnnlls mnnd win
No. 2. '-"
6 dozen Filberts patent Ink and pencil
rubber eraser?!, mull.
tuuu .ucums patent paper rasteners. No. 2
1000 Ti-rtllPd hnlnnthniviirAainnnM KTn .
18 dozen gummed stub flics, No. 21, 11x13
11,., 4UV ,Mll.
12 dozen table Tadrf for tvtner. ifli?
10 dozen waste paper baskets, cross bar.
20 lbs hemp twine. No-12.
At the tuimo time separata bids will be
received forl2dozon Wostenholm congress
knives to bq described by tradb Nos. Sam
pics to be exhibited
Bids should be rnnrked ''Proposals foi
Stationery," None but best quality of
Tho right to reject any or all bids Is re
scrv ed, .
All gopds to be delivered "before Januarj
1st, 1889. Payment to be made by warrant
on state treasury,
GEO. W, McBRIDE,
0-23-td Secretary of State.
CITY MEAT MARKET
D. C. Howard,' Proprietor.
STATE STREET, -' BAriEM, OREGON.
S-A11 kinds of rresU.and cured meats
nlwayson hand, fullwelghtnndasquaro
deal all arlund.
A good 'iron frame Horao IVnor.-, Good
Company's office. Salem, Oregon.
For the treatment of nil diseases of men
DRS. GILBERT & WEMP
Medicated vapor baths, oxygen Inhala
tions, electro nincrnetlsm. medicated
sprays, etc. Office and sanitarium In the
J1.G00 160 acres, 6 miles from 0 & C do-
l"i, uiAiu uifuay, uuru iiiju
orchard. Fenced, and hi In cul
$2,000 80 ncroi, 4 miles from Salem
Cood road to town. Improve
ments fair. Fine fruit land.
$5,490 8n acres 2 miles from Salem.
No buildlucs. SDlcndld land.
all fenced. Mako a desirable
$2,500 60 acres 4 miles from flalem. Im
provements good. Fine young
orcuaru, ana garaen una.
54,180 190 acres, 7 miles from Salem.
Hill land, finely watered. Sell
in lots of 40-acro tracts at $23 per
810,800 875 acres, 8 miles from Balcm.
Excellent grass and fruit land,
ndlnlnlng Willnmetto river.
Will sell in tracts.
81,375 51 acres, 4 miles orSalem. House,
barn and orchard. Large spring
at tho door. Good soil, ana
plenty of timber.
$2,400. 1 20 acres, 5 miles of Salem; good
roau; wen impreved: stream
: block. Consultation free.
running through the Dloce.
-.400 acres (4 miles v est side O &
u it it j gooa nouse, Darn ana
orcnara, iju in cultivation, dui
mice oak grub pasture land.
$800 10 acret 1 mile from Salem, ad
Joining fair ground. Good land;
no Impro ements.
81.200 40 acres. 5 miles Salem; all In
cultivation; no buildings; near
school houso. Excellent fruit
$1,000 370 acres, 0 miles from O & C R It;
all fenced; well watered. House,
barn, and small orchard; 150
acres In cultivation.
$750 Slots, with good house and barn,
Kasinaiem. ucsirauie iocauuu.
Wo hove besides this a largo list of city
ahd farm property. Buyerswould do -well
to call and examine our holdings before
making their purchases.
WILLIS & CHAMHEKLiri,
Opera House, Court St..
Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, on
being asked when the training of &
child should begin, replied, "A hun
dred years beforo it is born."
Are we to infer from this that this
generation is responsible for the con
dition of the rac6 a hundrod yoars
from now 7
la this wonderful generation the nat
ural result of the proper diot and med
icines of, a hundred years ago ?
It is conceded in other lands that
most of the wonderful discoveries
of tho world in this century have
come from this country. Our ances-
mm uro rearea in log cabins, and
Buffered hardships and trials.
But they lived and enjoyed health
to a ripe old age. Tho women of
those days would endure hardships
Without apparent faticniA that nnnU
startle those of the present atte.
Why was it?
One of the proprietors of tho pop
ular remedy known as Warnnr'u snfp
euro, has been faithfully investigating
the cause, and has called to his aid
scientists as well as medical mon, im
pressing upon them the fact that
there cannot be an offect without a
cause. This investigation disclosed
the fact that in tho olden times
simple remedies were adminiatoro.1
compounded of herbs and roots, which
were gathered and stored in tho lofis
of the log cabins, and when sickness
came on, these remedies from nature's,
laboratory were used with the beat
What wore thoso remedies? Whut
were they used for? After untiring
and diligent search thoy liavo oli
tained the formulas so generally used
for various disorders.
Now tho question is, how will the
olden time preparations affect ilio
pooplo of this ago, who have benn
treated, under inodetu medical
schools and codos, with poisonous
and injurious drugs. This test bus
beon carefully pursued, until they
are convinced that the preparations
ineynow can warnor's Log uabin
remedies are what our much abused
Among thorn is what is known as
Warner's Log Cabin sarsaparilla, mid
they frankly announce that they do
not consider the sarsaparilla (if so
uiutll VU1UU 111 1UHS11 US lb IB ill lilt'
combination of the various ingredi
enta which together work marvelously
upon the system. They also luu'o
preparations for other diseases, such
as "Warner's Log Cabin cough and
consumption remedy," "Log Cabin
hops and buchu remedy," "Warner's
Log Cabin hair tonic." They have
great confidence that thoy have a
cure for the common disoase of catarrh ,
which they give tho name of "Log
Cabin roBe cream." Also a "Log
Cabin plaster," which they aro con
fident will supplant all others, and a
liver pill, to bo UBcd separately or in
connection with tho other remedies.
Wo hope that tho public will not
be disappointed in those remedies,
but will reap a benefit from tho in
vestigations, and that the proprietors
will not be embarrased in their in
troduction by dealers trying to sub
stitute remedies that have beon so
familiar to the Bhelves of our drug
gists. This lino of remedies will be
used instead of others. Insist upon
your druggist getting them for you if
be hasn't them yet in stock, and wo
feel confident that these now romo
dies will receive approbation at our
reader's hands, as the founders havo
usod evory care in their preparation.
A decidedly romtmic little itory, which
it strictly true, rut been the source of
much Ulk lor the god pooplo of Law.
renceburg, Mass. Near that town lues
Miss Cora Huntington, a bright and pretty
young girl, who, like a dutiful daughter,
ass Jti her fattier on the farm. Some
time ago Mita Clara was helping her
father pack eggs for shipment. In a spirit
of fun the wrote her name, age and ad
dress on a goose-ecg. The young lady
forgot all about die iucident, hut in three
or four weeks alio was surprised to receive
a letter from a gentleman connected with
a produce ctoimisum boute in JSoiton.
H:!ti!d her that the egg upon which ahe
had written her name came into his posses
sion. In concluding his, letter, the Itos
Ionian gav his name and references and
asked Mist Huntington to correspond .
The girl accepted the proposition In
a short time photographs were exchanged'
and lately it is known that the ooote-fi!!!
has resulted in an engagement, and awed
ding wiU shortly come off. The Boston
rtntleman has been Weat toseehisinten
ded, aad he found her catly hia Ideal.
ivu m by those who Ktiow that tho
rmVch will be a iood one for both. There
is, however, somu danger that marriage
able girls will all follow tho example of
Mils Huntington aud write their names on
goose-eggs, since that course brought her
a. husband. Cincinnati Enquirer.
An Abselate car.
Tho ORIGINAL ABLETKN .
OINTMENT is only put up In la..
two-ounco tin boxes, utiil la m
nbsoluto euro for old sorva, burns,
wounds, chapped lmnds, ntl a I
Skin eruptions. "Vlll positively
euro all kinds of piles. Ask for Uu
ORIGINAL ABIKTINE OINT
MENT. Bold byD.W. Matthrvs
& Co., 100 State street, Salem, rtt 1V5
vents per box by mall 80 cents.
Important Events of (tie Whole World
for Twenty-four Hours.
Nipped. In Ihe llntl Chinese, Troubles.
Political Humble Dispatches.
Mormon In Canada,
Ottawa, Out., Nov. 4. Over 200
Mormons hnvo emigrated from Utah
to tho Cnnntllnu Northwest during
tho past season. Settlements have
already been established south of tho
Canndlnn rnclllo and aro thriving.
Tho Mormons cannot take up land
beforo agreeing to abandon po
lygamy. Thoy tiro devoting them
selves to cattle raising.
A Hold Unit Ilubhvry.
New Youk, Nov. 3. Tho United
States express messonger on tho
Now Orleans & Northwestern rail
way, which arrived here this morn
ing, was robbed at 6 u. m. between
Lacey and Derby stations, llfty
miles from this city. The express
oiUelalH decline to state the amount
of tho robbery, but It is understood
tho loss is between $40,000 and
Cht'itpor Thau lly Mull.
Nkw Youk, Nov, 3. l)r, Harris
of Washington hits invented u now
sytoni of machine telegraphy, by
whluh messages tiro printed nt the
farther end, tho Bonding Instrument
being similar to it typewriter. It is
claimed to bo ublo to send 1?00 words
u minute, and will revolutionize tel
egraphy, making It cheaper to send
by wire than mull.
Probably the only town in the Un ted.
States without a living inhabitnut is ait j
uated in IIo'iKeman county, Kansas, and
once known as Orwell, Four year ago it
was a flourithing little village, supporting
a good newspaper, and showing various
other aisna ot prosperity. Two joart
later therailroad wk completed to Jotmoro,
whiun proved a death blow to Orwell.
It began at once to decline, and until some
time ago rem-tlned only a jotorhce and a
small trading pott. Even this condition of
affairs haa been numbered among the
thincs (hat were, and to-duy not a livinir
thing remains to tell the story. Most of
tho houses still remain gating complatcnt
lyonthe vast extent oi surrounding prairio
AVIkcoihIii In All lllKlit.
Madison, AVIh., Nu. -I. On u
round-up the lepubllcuus claim thoy
will elect every county ollleer In this
county, and the ntnto Hoimtor. A
claim made by Chuluiinu Usher of
kind will have to bo kept nt that
place. The customs preventive of
ficer nt the New Brunswick outpost
collected duty recently on a casket
containing a body being brought In
to Canada from ltoston for burial.
Ap application has been made to
tho department asking that tho
duty collected bo refunded.
Stanley Heard From.
Zan.uiaii, Nov. 4. Couriers front
Trtbara bring direct news from tho
Stanley expedition, a portion of
which was met nt tho end of No
vember, 1887, by Aralis. The Arabs
met Stunley's rear guard nt n point
west of Albert Nynnni. Tho Arabs
did not see Stanley. Tho detach
ment seen eonshtcd of thirty lnon.
Thoy stated that Stanley was two
days ahead. Tho expedition hud
euH'ered greatly on tho march
through tho thick forest. They had
also Hiiflbretl in tho marshes, where
many luul disappeared or died.
Forty were drowned lu crossing u
great river, ilowing from east to
west. Ono white man had died.
Stanley was obliged to light some
tribes that refused to supply hint
Tho llnbher Cnpturott.
Ai.iiany, Nov. !. Jmnes Hnuoti
was arrested yesterday morning on
suspicion of being ono of tho parties
who attempted tho robbery of tho
Lcbaudn bank. He was fdiitul In
bed at tho Depot hotel about 0
o'clock. Home of tho witnesses tes
tllled that u drill found under tho
hank wan wry HlhiUnr to ono which
was among tho supplies in IIiiuou'h
charge. A lot of plaster of l'nrls
was found undorthobauk iiud Yates
& Heard, drugglttts of Lubanon,
testified that 1 latum had bought It
at their store, although the prisoner
denied Hon tho stand. Ho testllletl
that ho was a railroad contractor
and knew nothing of tho attempted
roblierv until his arrest. A vest was
tho democratic slate central com
mittee, that "Wisconsin Is likely to found in tho excavation which tho
CALIFORNIA! the Land of Discoveries.
niMSiKSJCP-TAi' ., DcAr.!r COUGH?
Those who have used it'
dies are Kllng Mitbifactlon, and
.,,nDr trim limnrhltlg SQV8 It In th
remedy that git ea limtant relief.
bKBUKLL A COVKIl, DrueglbU,
I " the pleasure to inrorm
HaVe you that your Preparations ore
meeting wltn large auira. - - ""
Nothing but Praise '
cnslon toui.etbeui. .
Nasjscawks a Co., Druggist-,
That ltwIllBCComplldti the end dwlred
U'll unu you nut uui) " r
W without It yourself, but will
recommend It to others, m thousands
Kwe done, who lune tried everything
else In vain. Money Is no object where
!" to. 3 IK! Hnnvmce You
trifling ium of one dollar I--
Snl onl ot f SS niclt Traded of human
Circulars sent free.oonUlnlngdetalled
Is prepared only by, ,'h Al
MEDICAL CO., Orovllle, Cah
Proposal- for Wood.
M-lHK HOAItD OK TUUSTKMJ Ol' TlUi
X Oregon rttaie Jiuuiue .-tuiium neruu
iuvlleseuled pronn-uW for MixMlns fi)lloi
Four hiiiuIrtMl (wi) wirds dry ixileouk
Tho hundred (200) cords dry body ouk.
Kourtecn hundred (1IU0) wrds dry hoily
The ixilo o-ik must not holosn Ihan three
Inches In diameter. Tluee hundred to
tio hundred cords of Mr, mid to hundred
to three hundred cord of k are to bede
lltered by June 1, 1W, and th remainder
hy octotM-r 1, IS.
Hld tlll be receded In amounts from
flfiy cords up. The wood must bo four feet
In fenglli und oj thelit quality, subject
to the approval of Ihe medlml suiwrlu-
tendeut of the asylum, and to be tljllverea
Nothlnir Is morodlsasrecahlu ton xonnir
lady or gentleman than to havo thofat-o
coc roil wltn pimples, niacK nt-aas and
benches, Diitard's Hpcclllc, tho nuw skin
remedy, villi remnto all dlsllgunttlons
from tho fnco and hands nnd produeo a
cloarnnd beautiful complexion. Try It and
Hold hy D. W. Matthews A Co.
at any point on the as) lum grounds deslg-
to the npprov
naliul liv lilfn
The right to reject any and all bids Is re
served. Illds will be opened at 2 o'clock Tuesday,
Nov. 0,1888. ......
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Send for tKriuXVfMVSSlSlLVr-'
"BOLD AND OUAIlANTEfeD BY
D.--JW.. MATTHEWS-& "COMPANY,
MJA 106 STATE ST.. SALEM, OR
SNELL, HEITSHU & WOODARD, Wholesale Deoot
SVK.IA. HUJUY,ClFr,kgf lJoord.
.asAb year. K U ifjf opy-
raUoa sv. airnhq pur
eUtM the) frtxurifta.or the
..ltl of is. V7s
cw Iotit to jw4 ftxrAlah jrptt with
all t&6. Ufpjtaaarjf snrwee4aary
.ntMi&ndAa u uoi..wj,iv'i
"Her Age rannot Wllttr Her."
Itcmarkcd nn old gentleman, us he
gazed fondly uikmi tbe comely littlo
woman uy ins side; "out imnKiy,"
ho continued, "at one time I
thought cosmotlcH would." Tho
silly littlo woman, in order to appear
youintui, pmsicrcd nur uicu witn
tliflerent varieties of whitewash,
yclept, "bluniH," "creams," "lo
tion," c. ies" interrupieii tno
littlo woman, "I did, until my skin
became like parchment, nnd so
pimply nnd conrse." " Well," said
I lie listener, "what do you use now?"
" Use," wnsjtlio reply. " nothing but
common sense, und Dr. I'ierce'H
O'oldun iftslical Dlscovi'iy. Com
mon Houso told mo If my blood was
pure, liver regulated, appotltu ginid.
that tho outwurd woman would
take on tho hue of health. Tho
Discovery' did all those things,
and actually rejuvenated mo."
Its thousands of cures tiro the liest
advertisement for Dr. Sago's Catarrh
go democratic, caused n broad smllo
to Illume the faces of both democrats
aud republicans. The state is good
for from 15,000 to 20,000 plurality for
tho republican statu ofllcers.
What Hermann thinks.
WAHHiNtiTON, Nov. 4. Congress
mnnllcrmunii, the only ono of the
Pacific coast delegation now lu the
city, In speaking to-duy on the com
ing election, said that tho result
would bo a surprlso to everybody
"While tho majority of tho two
parties," ho continued, "aro in n
state of miHpoiibo over what the
result will be, I have never yet had
any doubt about our success. 1
think tho vote lu the close states of
Indluna, Now Jersey and Connecti
cut, will ustonlsh tho democrats ns
well up tho republicans. This time
tho quiet democratic voto will bo
given to Harrison. It was this quiet
voto that surprised ovoryliody with
Oregon's large majority."
deputy city marshal sworn ho had
seen him wear, or one Just like It.
IlanOn was held In f 1000 to uwnlt
tho action of tho grand Jury, In de
fault of which ho wont to Jail.
Humilng A lllg Steamer.
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Subscribe for tbe CxriTAL Jocn.v XL
W. D. ' GLAGGITT
UAH HUM IS
DURE IMPORTED 00AT8 fOR SAIL Ths
I are from tb wHl sslecud nocks of C,
P. lUlley, of Ban Jos, Oat. For partleu
ars call on or address him at Halem, Or,
Wlierth light I. Hot.
Ini)1ANA1'OI.ih, Nov. 4. At the
rnomof the democratic central com
mittee to-duy Chairman Jewett ex
pressed conlldunco that tho demo
cmt would curry tho state by over
Chairman Huston of the republi
can committee, when asked about
tho probable remit, guvo It tut his
opinion that Hurrlt-on's majority lu
Inilluilu would range from 0000 to
10,000. Tho people uro beginning to
think that In view of tho cllbrtn
mudu hy Iioth purtlos tho contest
will bo exceedingly close, nnd th
final rcHtilt will not bo known for a
week after tho election. Htienklng
coutluiKM day and night throughout
Mora Clilnesa Complliiitloua.
Ottawa, Nov. 4. Heforo Uking
ftctfon wlth.regurd to tho romdvalbf
thcChliibse Interpreter from Victoria
tho dupartmout will wo wlwt otlect
tho United Suite exclusion bill will
have on tho Chinese Immigration
lutuCuuudtt. It npiKitrn fnmi re
cent returns to tho department that
a large jnajorlty of tho Chinese en
tering Canada of luto landed at
Vanopuvor. The necessity of kwP'
I tig an Interpreter of some kind at
either port depend ou tho trade ol
tho future, but no doubt, owing to
the large Chinese trade done at
Victoria, an. Interpreter of home
Tn stmiiaer City ol Now York carries
a crew oi .'I94 tut 11, What audi a crowd
ot men can find to tin In a small structure
like a ste-tmsltip l mi, stery to (lie lahila
man. Hut of tlioto 41)) men lliirty-elyht
are sallora, Who manage the rigging and
sails, auilllwy to the steam power, and
in oaso ol aeouleut taking its ilcc. Then
(here tiro twcuty-elght uilgiticora, a day
force and i. nlijlit forco, A forco of iOO
firemen and stokers feed tbe great boil
era that drive ilia mammoth eiigluea and
the steward has 146 people at bis com
mand, Id limit after the wants of the pas
sengers and crew. Among thoeo are
counted four bakers, tliroo butchers and
cooks, not to ape-tk of wallers, oahin boys
and stewardesses. In fact, a ship liko
tho City of New York is a city in itself,
and has every requlsito from the barber to
chaplain to make Its pssicnors comfort
able. Tho sudden aud total loss of such a
vessel would be torrjble lo contemplate,
and yet it would be hardly felt in the
vaitnets of worldy interests and tho
growth of commercial and pleasure travel
pin t'te A tlantlo.
A Woman's Dluovtry.
"Another wonderful dlscovury
hits been made and that too by a
lady lu this county. Disease fast
ened lt clutches upon her and for
soveu years she wltlietood Its sever
est tefitw, but her vital organs wore
undermined nnd doaths seemed Im-
mlnouL Jor three months ' she
coughed lucessuntly und could not
sleoji. She bought of us 11 bottle of
Dr. Klrtg's Now Discovery for con
sumption nm) was no much relieved
on tuklng ltrntdbM) that sho slept all
night and hy one bottle has licoa
mlntctilously cured. Her name Is
Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thu wrlto "W.
C. Humrlok & Co., of Shelby,' N. C.
-Get a free trial Uottlo at II. Y.
Cox's drug store.
Kansas Is anxious to annex tha atrip of
Und called "No Man's Und," adjoining
the State. Not, the newspapers aay,
"for boom purposes," but for protection.
Kvery thief and murderer who commits a
onrae in wcitera and southern Kaniaa
make a break for No Mans Land, where
be Is as safe as tbe man-slayer of old Iq
the cily of refuge,