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Vlraiikntii dinner itt Armory Hat!,
tendered tho delcgntejj by the Mo
Kan County organization -Buort-ly
after the afttrnoo.i session was
called tq order a lnrpe nurnlxr of
delegates fell violently ill, and In
Lalf an hour at least seventy-five
were lying limp In tbelrpcnts onm
the floor, all vomiting and exlremo
Jy sick. Medical aid was summoned
and all tbe physicians In tho city
have a dozen or moro pntlenls on
their hands. Mi. Uunoenud Mrs.
Owens, both of rhlllljwbuig, Centre
Couuty; Miss Pearl, Mrs.Ada Cable,
reporter of the Km, and Miss D.ivis,
nil of Bradford, and Mrs. W. H,
Halvey, of Pittiton. a reporter of
the Scranton Truth, are among tho
moat tcrlonn c:i8r. All the other
suflerera refuse to glvo their names..
San FnANOisco, Oct. 22. The
grand Jury, late yesterday after
noon, mnde a partial report to
Superior Judge Wallace. The re
port consisted of the finding tiftwi
indictments against Assemblyman
Ellwood Bruner, of Bacrauiento
One Indictment ehargei Brunei
with the crime of perjury, com
mitted while giving testimony in
tho grand jury room. Tho othei
Indictment charges Bruner with
malfeasance In olllce, during tin
late session ot the legislature. Tin
malfeaHiuice consisted In killing u
bill providing for tho cluching cut
rate of brokers, particularly in the
case of Ticket Broker Ottinger, of
this city who nccus'"" Bruner of
att-mpting in connection with
Assemblymen McCall, of Alameda,
to blackmail him out of a thousand
dollars. Judge JVa'laee ordered a
bench warrant Issued for llu arrest
of Bruner which was immediately
done. Bruner Is tho assemblyman
who was charged with selling
positions on tho San Francisco police
FilOM STANFOIW UNIVEBSITV.
Ban Fkancisco, Oct. 22. Btorles
are already beginning to come from
the SUnford, Jr., university at Palo
Alto. Tho muit interesting one ln
dicites that the students down there
are interested In practical railroad
ing. Last week about two hundred
of them let off the brakes on a
flatcar, wtiich was standing near tin
university, and many of them got
aboard and started down grade
toward the station. In a short time
the car was spinning along at a live
ly rate, and the lads did not stop II
till It reached Palo Alto. The car
was missing tho following morning,
and a3 It was wanted, a special en
glue had to be tent from San Joso to
bring it back. Senator Stanford
was very wralhy when ho heard of
tho incident, and proposed to oxpel
the ring leaders. It was discovered
that thcro were fully two hundred
hoys engaged in tho aflair, and the
Rcuator gavo orders that they should
bo required to leave. Tho order
"would probably have been enforced
but for Mrs. Stanford. Sho inter
ucucu 101 miv youngsters n'.ut excused
them by saying It was only a boyish
prnuk. Sho Anally succccdid in
making Stan'ord chaugo his resolu
tion, and the boys are still there,
ui nut; 1 1 a lltllo lets cport.ve, per
haps. I'HOMINKNT MILLER DKAD.
St. Louis, Oct. 2: Georg Bain
one of tho most prominent millers
in tho United States died here th'a
A Strange Telegram from Lon
don States So.
HARRISON ON AMERICAN TINT PLATE
Gen. Schofield's Report, A Bogus
Doctor, Held up a Bank, Records
Broken, The Great Sunol, Bank
Robbers Arrested, Routed Them
Out, Foreign and State News.
Here is something from Mr. Frank
A: Hale, proprietor of the De Witt
House, Iewistoii, and the Tontine
Hotel, Brunswick, Me. Hotel men
meet the world as it comes and goes,
and arc not -slow in sizing people
and things up for what they are
worth. He says that lie has lost a
father and several brothers and sis
ters from Pulmonary Consumption,
and is himself frequently troubled
with colds, aud he
Horodltary often coughs enough
, to make him sick at
Consumption's stomach. When
ever he has taken a
cold of this kind he uses Boschee's
German Syrup, and it cures him
every time. Here is a man who
knows the full danger of lung trou
bles, and would therefore be most
particular as to the medicine he used.
What is his opinion ? Listen ! "I
use nothing but Boschce's German
Syrup, and have udvised, I presume,
more than a hundred different per
sons to take it. They agree with
me that it is the best cough syrup
ia the market."
oukgox men hitters,
irtnlc 0 ntwrdiDr to dlrcvtlonn.
r)ltlau kidney .nit liver tur.
Uvo niovut.i iiv for l srlmtu. No Inn lib
Ht-rdo-I. Try 11 nnd trm lured AllordVr
tn.niun&l hi , '.,.'UIriu ,titi vrll be
vfoiiHU Uiimd.a 10 It KIak, manufiuv
Uiwnua jMlcutir.AuuivvlU',' 1, 10 IT
CiMCAfio, Oct. 22. A special from
New York to the Evening Journal
says: Tho following cablegram lias
b an received, which, It goes with
out saying, will not bo generally
credited until confirmed by subse
quent advices: "News was received
In tills city f.-om London today that
Russia has practically captured Con
itaullnoplo by the greatest coup de
main of tlrn century. On Monday,
a largo fleet of barges aud vessels
appeared on the Turkish coast of the
Black sea near Derkos, a town about
seventy ml'es northwst of Uonstan
stinople, aud landed 12,000 Cossacks
and 22,030 infantry. They seized
tho railroad aloug the coast from
Constantinople to Iulda, Imme
diately crossed tho coast range and
seized another railway from Con
stantinople ( Soflla, a town aboul
sixty 111IV3 west of Constantinople.
This commands the two roads to
Constantinople, and gives the Bus
iians control of the narrow wedge
between the Black sea and the wm
ofMarmo8i. At the point of tub
wedge (t Constantinople. Tbl
movement flanks all the defenses 01
Constantinople except those round
the city and renders help from there
practically useless. It is said thai
Russia has been accumulating bar
ges and shipping of all kinds at tli
mouth of thoDmubts forslx mouth"
past without discovery, aud that tin.
whole of th 1 240,(100 trc ps assem-.
b'cd in south W'stern Ilisslacan be
t ansportoJ und lauded within sixty
miles of Constantinople inside of
the next four days before anythiiiK
eau bo dono by Eugland, Germany.
Austria or Italy.
AMERICAN TIN PLATE.
PiTTSHUKO, Oct. 22. Last w .'k
V. C, Cronemeyer, of the United
SUtesirou andsteeltln plate works,
at Demmler, Penn sent President
Harrison a box of tin manufactured
at the Demmler workp. Yesterday
Cronemojor received the following
letter from Harrison, datid Wash
ington, October 10: "My Dear Sir:
I have your letter of October 15,
and also a box of bright tin plate,
which you send as a specimen o!
product being turned out by the
United State Iron and Tin Plati
company. I have uo skill In deter-
"IUIU5 ftl.w uIimihuI , tt il.tu Vftrihy
buttothe eyo It s-ems to lie emi
nently satisfactory, and I thank yon
for this evidence of a new industry
that hrs been established in the
United State. I cannot ciulte
understand how any American can
doubt wo have mechanical skill ami
busiuess sagacity to establish biieccss
fully her manufacture of tin plate.
No other country c-rtnlnly ur
passes Ui In inventive genius of Its
cltiens or in tho buslne 1 sagacity
of its capitalist.. It Is surprising
tome that any pitt.'otic American
should approach this question with
a desire to a-1 this great and interes -lug
experiment full, or with an mi
wlilingncM t- accept the evidences
of its success. It will bo a great
step in tho direction of commercial
Independence when wo produce our
own tin nlato. It seems to me
nothlug unless It bo hick of faith In
tho malnten nice of tho present law
can thwart this durable acblov -meiit.
I can understand, however,
that su -cots should bo doubled ami
our failure accoptod with satisfaction
Id Wales, but I cannot understand
how nuy American can tako that
view of tho question or why lie
should always approach every evi
dence of the succo 1 of the establish
ment of this Industry in this country
with a disposition to discredit and
regret it. If tho groat experiment
is to tall, our own people should not
add to tho mortitlc.tlou of the
erhuo of rejoicing In it."
OHM. SCUUKir.LD'S IlKPOItT.
WASiiiN'miN, Oct. 22. Major
(j't'iieritl Scholleld, commanding the
army, in his annual report, recalls
that nearly one-half the Infantry
und cavalry of tho ainiy was con
t'litruitd at the m'juo of the Indian
litUurhanco lat winter, aud then
s the campaign teaches the lesson
hut the entire military force of tho
Unit d Stales would bo wholly in
adt quale to prevent great loss of life
and dtouugo to property If an out
btuik should occur. However, ho
believes no couslrierablo number of
Mbaix Intended hostilities against
(lie United States unlets driven to It
v hardship. By the addition of
i few iliiius-aiul men enllsteil to
Mrfugtlieu tho army a suillclent
lunsi iiilnht at all Units be stationed
n 1 lie iolnlty of the reservation
I'lie d njjvr uprlhlng has been en
1 Inly r moved and the great ex
iiiM) of transportation of troops
'O'ln dltlVreut parts of tho country
Miliruly avoided, (ionoral Scholleld
ilit-ii uiul.t a strong plea for reorgau
x.i.litu of tlio uan.x. The rejwrt
nu with rutUluutlou the adoption
y conunthM of a dotlube policy of
iuiihiVt incut In count defense.
Pi nulling tho enlistment of Indians
in 1 ho army the rviuirt niv the
Tho report fuggests tbe rt'organlz.i
tlmi of tho infantry and artillery
aud increase In tho pay of non
commissioned officers. Gen. Scho
fleld endorses Gen McCook's rec
ommendation concerning fortifica
tions at San Diego, Cal. Touching
discipline In the army tbe report
su.rs: All reports soy the general
state of discipline In tbe army is
excellent, one lamcutable exception
being that of tho Fourth cavalry at
Walla Walla. The winter campaleg
against the Sioux developed the
most cheerful endurance of urcat
hardships as well as gallantry In
action aud a total absence desertions
whilo in the field in tbe presence cf
A 110008 DOCTOH.
Olympia, Oct.- 22. The coroner
held an inquest Tuesday evening on
the body of Clara M. Linton, a 14-year-old
girl, who died Monday
ulght after a short course of treat
ment by Dr. William T. Campbell,
who informed tho jury that lie
practiced medicine under a patent
from the United States i-ovcrnuient,
and that the nature of his remedies
could bo learned at the patent office
at Washington. Hu was after aids
compelled to explain his methods of
cure nud stated that he belonged to
tbe Thompsonlau school, and had
practiced for tho past twenty yean
when not working nt the carpenter's
bench. His treatment consisted of
eight courses, in which he adminis
tered at regular Intervals compounds
of herbs, roots aud drugs, including
id pepper, coIchium,rnyrrli,aIcohol,
siiakehead, poplar bark, lobelia aud
other ingredients for the cure ol
epileptic flip. The jury returned a
verdict of death troin the diUKsaiid
herbs administered by Dr.Cumpbell
A warrant was Issued for bis anest.
Dr. Campbell is 05 years old and
totally hliud. He came to Olymp a
lu the early days aud is well known
on tbe Sound.
1 .Ji! I'- ' "I!"1
nOITED TJIESt OUT.
New York, Oct. 22. Thirty fam
ilies of Italians, close to 150 people,
occupied a tenement house lu tho
rear of 51 Crosby street until early
yesterday morning, when they were
routed In a hurry by a platoon of
police, it having been found the
building was Indangerof collapsing.
Workmen are excavating a lot ad
Joining, preparatory to erecting a
new building, and last night the
earth under the foundation of the
tenement began t caye In. A
watchman notified the police. In a
few minutes a platoon arrived, but
found great difficulty In clearing
out the sleepy Italians, but after
awhile the street whs lllled with
sciwllng, surly men and chatter
ing, frightened women and children,
uuo clustered about tho alley en
trance and tried to get back and
save what few valuubles they had.
I'lie building Inspector and lift
marshal declnred that uo one should
bo allowed In the building. The
Italians were quieted after awhile
and some found shelter In nu ad
joining tenement while the rest
built a boifiie in the street. At
daybre-dt tin- nun were allowed,
one at a time aud each accompanied
THE GIRL I USED TO KNOW.
Tho Blrl J nxcA to know, dear heart, o lomr
IVu ft rhiirmlnir BlrU and very. Trry wet
Thelor "7h J ere wM tho bine of .umn
But mr dream of paradise.
It was fleet.
The Bill ! "ed to knovi. dear heart, t lored
Whcu 7uodlcd, 1 Brioved for oianr and raanr
For her sympathy wan wide, and bcr lore
seemed like a tide
Bweepln vanity and prldo
All an ay.
The girl I ucd to know, nhe'a where heavenly
In that happy land beyond the moon and son.
And whore I hopo to bo, teavlne earthly scene-
When at last life's flectlnc show
ITprn U done.
-Moses Gage Shirloy In Yankee Blade.
r 1 1 m 1 wm
by an olllcer, to enter and whatever
ai tides they valued most weio
taken out. One of the Italians
came out witli three chickens. He
was a mddler aud the fowls were
all be owned In the world.
HELD UP A IIANIC.
Inteupiusg, Neb., Oct.
most daring bank robbery occurred
hero vcterday at hiiih noon. Three
men, uumusked, euteied tho First
National bank aud covered the
crshler and several citizeus who
were in the bank and demanded the
entire bank roll. The cashier In
formed them that (Le time lock
would not open until 1 o'clock.
They coolley waitod until that hour,
grabbed $4000 in bills and made
good their escape. They are being
hotly pursued, but It s fear d they
Stockton, Cal., Oct. 22. Two
moro world records weie broken on
tho Stockton tiack yesteiday. Palo
Alto, yearling Bell Bird, diiven by
Marvin, went iigulusl her record of
2:27, and made a mile in 2:20.
Her quarters -vero 37J, 1:14, 1:51,
2:201 . The tilly did nol make a skip
in a mile. Marvin then drove Arlon,
2 year-old. by Electioneer. He went
agulnst his recoid of 2:15, and made
a mile without a skip, liniahing
wonderfully strong lu 2:1-1, His
quarters were 34, 1.07, 1:41, 2:14
All times agreed and tho veteran
horsemen said the record would
never be beaten by any other horse.
Orrin Illccik said he never saw
such a same finish. He added,
"That is a hore that will make a
two minute mark if any hursouver
dc is " Palo Alto came out lame,
but warmed up well and went
against his record of 2:121. He
made a mile in 2:111, lowering his
record. His quarters were 33, 1:05$,
THE GREAT SUNOL,
New Youk, Oct. 22. Hubert
Bonner's eyes spirkled wli3ii he re
ceived tho telegram announcing
Sunol'8 great victory over time
He said: "I regard Sunol r the
most wonderful nulinal ever foaled.
I hesitate to compare her with Maud
8., as the latter made her record
over a regulation track, and, as nil
horsemen know, tho kite-shaped
track over which Sunol trotted today
Is a trifle faster tliun a regulation
one. Still, It Is a glorious record.
To show you how much suporlor j
regard Sunol to MaudS . I will say
that I paid $40,0CI for Maud S. and
$41,000 for Sunol. Theie Is a regula
tion track at Stockton, aud Sunol
will trot over that later, but I think
she will excoll Maud 8 's marvelous
speed. These two hon.es I regard as
nearly evenly matoho-1. Senator
Stanford, from whom I purchased
Sunol, has written to me that the
maro will trot lu 2:00, IIo knows
moro about her capabilities than I
do, aud ho may bo right. I believe
her perforiuanco of 2:10 as a 3
year-old is greater than this, her
record its a 5-yoar-old, and I think
every horseman will agree with
me. Tho throe greatest trotters lu
tho world are, in my opinion,
Maud S., Sunol and Nauoy Hanks.
Wo have not had enough experien
ce with tho kltMdiaped track to
tell what may be accomplished on
It. Charles Marvin, Goseruor
Stanford's trainer und superintend
out of his lanoh, has written to
mo that tho kit shaped track,
being new, Is somewhat slow. Hu
says after tho fall rains, lu a week
ortso, thotra kwllPe p eked and
solid, aud that Sunol w I r-duoe,
perhaps by a fraction of asnonil,
her prwontuittgnltleeut time. M ud
8, Is now brviHllug, but I bll.
when she la in perfect condition aud
iu good tralulng sho can trot In
about 27. I belle vo rd, that Sunol
cau equal herouarvguluMoiitrMck
I will brlug bet hero about Novem
ber 1, aud will Joe her on the
REDUCTION OK RATES.
Portland, Oregon, October 22.
One of the results of the opening
of tliu portage railway and the
e-ttabllshmeut of an opposition lint
of boats to Dalles City has been
tiieieducilon of passenger rates ou
the river to Dalles City and Inter
mediate points by the Union Pacific
line toot) cents. The new rat j went
into ellect yesterday. The rate by
rail and boat has heretofore been
$3.8-3. but the opposition line cut it
down to $1, and General Passenger
Agent Hurlhurt, of the Union Pi.
cilic, concluded that if the people 01
Dalit's City want d cheap fare b
tho river route he would accomnio
date them, aud so put the price 01
tickets down to 50 cents. There ha"
been no reduction in freight rates
nor iu passenger ratrs by rail, but
there is likely to be a further reduc
tion on tbe river. Union Pacific
ofllcials intimate that the portage
railroad is not being run in accord
ance willi the Haupt law which fixes
the rates ior railroad farts at 4 cents
per mile. They say It is not proper
that the st-tte should icquire rail
road companicj to conform to the
law and run its own railroad as it
pleases. The Union Pacific's reduc
tion has been expected by the peo
ple of Dtlies City since the portage
line opened tluce weeks ago. It
affects the Da'les, Portland&Astoria
Navigation company wh'ch wes or
gau'zed bv th murohnuu pf Dalles
City. It owns tho steamer Regulator
plying between Dalles City and tbe
Cascades, and the steamer Dalles
City, running between Portland
nud the Cascades. It is believed
that the company will not niuko a
reduction to meet the Union Pacific's
cut. Its n Ulcers have been assured
by a large majority of the merchant1
of Dalles City that under no circnm
stances would they patronize the
Union Pad tin buits, uo nutter if
they carried freight and passengers
for nothlug. Whether they will
keep their promise remains to be
seen, blnco the opening of the
portage tho Union Pacific bouts on
the upper river have been runniug
at a loss, and it Is said that the com
pany recently ordered them with
drawn but considered and decided
to cut p;is-onger rate?.
SUPPOSED ROBBERS ARRESTED.
La Grande, Or., Oct. 22. Three
men were arrested at Kumelu, a
station on the Union P-cilic, in
this county, by P. V. Sprliiaer, au
employe of u private detective
agency, charged with being the
parties who robbed the bauk at
Enterprise, Wallowa couuty, on the
8th of this mouth. Tbe men had
been s.-.n loiteriug about the station
all day iu n suspicious manner, and
when they went Into to the hotel
to supper In the evening, Springer
followed them with his Wiuelu-ster,
and made item throw up their
hands. They were brought to this
city yesterday morning nud locked
up, awulting thenrrlvul or Cashier
Holmes, who was telegraphed for.
A citizen of Enterprise who saw the
bank robbers there, aud was in La
Grande, clalmes that tho men ar
rested are the right ones.
London, Oct., 22, Tho Qulon
lino steamer Wistousiu which Killed
from Now York, Qutobor 11 for
Qiipeustnwu and Liverpool has nol
arrived at either place,
Viknna, Out. 22 -Inlluenia !s
raging in Gallcla f.-ur thousand
cae8 reported from Lnmbon; alone.
KKHNl'll lUTY ON MKATS.
Paris, Oct. 22. At a meeting of
tue cabinet today It was decided to
reject tho fcouuto tariff oomnutteo's
proposal to pluon a duty on Imported
salt rtieats', of twenty live francs. On
tho other hand tho cabinet bus de
elded to give Its approval to a tweu
ty francs duty on Imported salt
meats, as voted for by the chamber
" RKI1KLUON 8DUUUHD.
Buknu Ayuks, Oct. 22. Advles
received from Ascenslou, capital of
I Ho Uepuulto ofrarasuay, bring uows
roads for a while, In tho snrlusr
!-ili. luitiiot ytl prxyrmed very I will jv bw put la training to oftt at,emr,ed revolution pro.nutly
far. but rvsulu have beeu wlUftto. bc " record over a rveulatloa ,,,,,,,,-u.i k lrn.a 1 ' ... ...J
lory, and It should bo udhtrod to, iracic. gnerument.
Telephones in Hawaii.
a tipnliona un the volcano on
Hawaii is a novelty for the dwellers on
the islands. In tho old days men rode
on horseback ahead of the lava' flow to
let the settlers know there had been an
eruption, but hereafter it will be neces
sary only to turn tho crank and call up
"Central." E. E. Richards, who built
the volcano telephono line nnd who la
tho superintendent of the largest tele
phone company In tlio Kingdom, says:
Honolulu has the most wonderful
telephone system in tho world. You
can get any number you want as soon
as you ask for It and can hear perfectly
a very great distance. There is a good
system in Hilo, too, and the lines run
tho whole length of the island and go
to the houses of many of the largest
planters. The people of Hawaii use
the telephono much more than do the
people in any part of the United States
that I was ever in. If a man wants to
know what time It is, instead of get
ting out of his seat to look at tho clock
ho rings up tho operator and finds out.
If a ship makes port 011 either side of
the island all the planters are notified
at once so that they can go to tho dock
if they desiro.
Hawaii could not well get along
without her telephones. The line to
the volcano runs along the road about
half tho distance nnd then cuts through
tho woods to the top. A forest, deep
and almost impenetrable, blocked the
way, but men with axes literally cut
through it Now York Telegram.
Wooden Collection Plate Are Popular,
Collection plates have for a long'
time been in general use. Ono of the
older styles of plates was of brass,
nickel plated. Plates of this kind were
sold at from five dollars to seven dollars
each. At tho present time collection
plates aro made of wood and of various
kinds of metals. Tho wooden plates
aro tho more popular, and they are
commonly used in city and country.
Usually they are of oak or walnut; oak
is now the wood most favored.
A plain plato of quartered oak may
be bought for three dollars. It is 11 1-2
Inches in diameter. Its flat rim is 1 3-4
inches wide, and the plate is 1 1-4 inches
deep. A plush mat is laid in the center.
A plato of the same size, having a tort
carved upon tho rim, costs five dol
lars. Various texts aro used. "God loveth
a cheerful giver" Is the one most often
selected. A receiving basin of wood,
into which tho collection plates may be
emptied, is 15 inches in diameter and 2
inches deep, and the rim is 2 1-4 inches
wide. Carved with an appropriate text
and with a plush mat, a basin costs
twelve dollars. Now York Sun.
Both tho method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acta
fentlyyet promptly on the Kidneys,
liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem efTectually, dispels colds, Iiead
aches and fevers nnd cures habitual
constipation permanently. For sale
in BOc and $1 bottles by all
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KY. HEW YORK. l.V.
JL. B. BU
J lave neither-
San Francisco, Oct. 22. Wi eat;
buyer, 1S91, 1.72; teason H.70J.
Portland, Oct. 21, Wheat val
ley $1.50,$1.52J Walla Walla $1.40
Chicago, October 22. At close
wheat was weak, cash 02, Dec.
94, May $1.01.
San Francisco, Oct. 12. For
cast for Oiegdn and Washingten:
A Popular Nose.
Tho beautiful Mrs. Norton ono day
went to buy somo plaster casts for her
nieco to use as models iu drawing. The
proprietor of tho shop displayed a large
collection of hands, arms and ears, and
finally held up n very symmetrical
nose. "There, ma'am," said he, "I
can safely .recommend that. It's the
Hon. Mrs. Norton's nose, and hartists
do buy a lot of 'em. It's very popu
lar." San Francisco Argonaut.
They Held the King' Head.
King John gave several lands in Kent
to Solomon Attefeld to bo held by this
singular service that as often as the
king should bo pleased to cross tho sea
the said Solomon or his heirs should bo
obliged to go with him to hold his maj
esty's head if he should be seasick.
It appears by tho record in the tower
that tlds siuno office of head holding
was actually performed in the reign of
Edward I. London Tit-Bits.
Knew the Itupes.
Experienced Traveler (at railway
restaurant) When did that man at the
other table give his order?
Walter 'Bout ten minutes ago, -)',
"What did ho orderi"
"Beefsteak and fltin's, sah."
"How much did he fee yoaf"
"Well, here's half a dollar. Cook
him another steak and bring mo his."
"Yes, sah." Good News.
Brown Old Cobwigger is remarka
bly superstitious for a man of his in
telligence. I saw him pick up an old
horseshoo tlio other day.
Merritt Yes. Ho nailed it over that
$5,000 vase In his library.
Brown Did It bring him good luckf
Morritt It fell down and broko the
vase, Harper's Baxar.
Robert Colljer' Schoolmaster.
Mr. Collyer regrets that he never at
tended an academy. Tln old York
shire school, where he ltmrued ids let
ters, was ruled by a certain "Old .Wil
le," who searched for learning among
ins poys as people ma 011 tho prairies
for water with a hazel rod. Cor. Now
W T Little, Ed T O'Cofiuor, O R
Child, J R Dwyer, S. F.
T F Smith, C B Holmes, Will
Goldman. W B Gilbert, A C En -uious,
J W Brown, and wf, A (1
Dunan, A R Maclerod, C U Casey ,
W F Burney, M Mayer, L O'Neiii,
L Cleaver, IaGiaudo.
S Axtell, St Louis.
G Bowman, Ch: i Hyde, Baker
C D Condel, Grand Rapids.
Ed Duphus, Oswego.
W Nortou, Dalle-.
A Clements, St Louis.
W T Whitlock, Oregon City.
H A Pope, Chicago. .
C H Johnston and wife, C F Mil
ler, W W Thayer, G A Ainistrong,
EHilliken, Clia A-thur, G Mat
W H Frankl'n, Sheridan.-
C B"cker, Gervais.
E A Deford, Parkersvllle.
Mrs E E Young, Taconia.
T A Stayton and sou, Lyon.
A S Beggs, Albany.
C H Roody, A Blomfieid, R Grif
Pooled nor Trusted, Consolidate!
T3llf. rntif.im1o fn lmvn 4-1... 1 i
,w.w .,,..i,.u iv. uai u uiif lillrisr ntftn. .- r-. ,
and services free in the city; half price ? fl
bpecinl attention jfiveu to ernhnl.,,,-.!... a.ttlPlMj.l
and clean work. Satisfaction ' ffiianurtewi IV " M
hv (Vinsiilr.inrr ita ''loni-v.l
-v & .., -Jt
298 & 300 Com'l
HKAL KSTATR TIUXSPKKS FILM)
WITH t'llllX'l'Y HKCUUDKK.
Sumuel Adnlph and wf to Oregon
Land Co. s u , and . of s w J, aud
s w of s w , bee 22, and u . of u w
see 27 tp 8s 3w, 210 a, $10,000.
S D Cr npliell to Lars Person 1 34,
bl 7 Piospect Park add. Salem, $50.
lliicklciiH A raii.it -alvo,
Tho liest Sulvo In, the world for Cuts.
Urulses,.-M)ies, Ul(xrn, Hull Ktaeuni, 1 eve.
.Sores, Tctlei.i hupped Itunds, Chlttilniiir,
Corns nud all skin Eruptions, nud po-sl
lively cures 1'IIcm, or do pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satlslactloi
or mont-y refunded Price. 5 'nt ptr
hox. Kor sile by Duii'l .1. Fry. 221 Com M
Dealer in Groceries, Pniiits,Oib
and Window Glass, "Wall Pa
per and border, .Artists' Ma
terials, Lime, Hair. Nails and
Shingles, Hay. Feed and Fence
Posts. Grass Seeds, Etc,
DK. M1NTA K. A. DAVIS. Ofllce Hours,
9n. m. to 11 a. in.; 2 p. in. to 6 p. in.
Uuy or night cnlls promptly attended to
Special nltcutlt-n gicn to dlfcoiws of wom
en and children, uillce In .New B.inlc Blk..
4U5 Commercial Miet. IteMdeucc barue.
Deafness Can't be Cared
by local applications, as they can
not reaoh the diseased poition of tin.
ear. There is only one way to cure
deafness, aud that is by constitution
at remedies. Deut'ues is caused by
nn inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the Etistaeliiin Tube.
When this tube gets inthmed you
have a lumbliug sound or impelled
hearing, nnd when it is eutireh
closed, deafness is the result, nud
unless the influmatiou can be taken
out and this tube restored to its nor
mal condition, hearina will bo de
stroyed forever; nine cases out of ten
are caused iy catarrh, which is
nothing but an inllamed condition
of the mucous sin faces.
We will give One Hundred Dol
lars for any case of deafness (caused
by catarrh) that we cannot cure o
taking Hill's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo.O
Sold by druggists, 75 cents.
VTOTICK Is hereby tiven, loall whom I
j.1 may concern, Hint taero Is now un
band funds applicable to tho payment of
all warrants ofthe city of foalein, Oiegon,
-euuors,eu' uy mo treasurer between Jan
21. 1801, and Keb. 0 18 1; and that interest
will cease on tuld wuinmtH from tho c'ato
of this notice. F. J. fa WAWuHD.
( Ity frcui rer.
Halem, Oregon, Ort. It), litl I. 10'Aot
JJids for Painting.
rnllt; Hoard of Trustees of the Oiegoi
JL Mato Insane Asylum invite bids foi
p dating tuo cottages ntar the Aryluin
l'anictiltis wlH bo lurulshed upou appll
callou to Ur. 1. I. Koulaud, medical biipei
Intoudpnt. lilds will be opened on Tues
Jay, October 27, 1MI1. at i o'clock p. m u
oflico "f board. Tho right to reject any oi
all bids Is reserved,
UCAJ, v. ..IIUUIWI.!!..,
25c Want Cofun
If liii-.VJWt Tl-v.
tlseintut inVerieri in .KN 'I
Man twen?vtnv.d '? .,.1" 'oinl
T)tJN.share tin iu,, ,
I1 Ury Gulch n.,V'JiJ Hum.,
MAKoltlre. ",u CjiiJI
on.ee, v ,u i i lrK llu , r u
AX Ulcers and Klfiurp. ilT"'
cctum. etc I'osltlvelv n'Il,f
. "J"- '"T'lttii homtjj'I,'l
lre,s WVstern" o,?,cS.n xft
Co., Lock bos lO.-nlnm Al '!
mens. o vant miiBtW
nB,e.nJ. nnd will lane baa n
soldifacountj aenl hiu vi
nnd expucsafi,., a Ihln t
a general nKent less Ihiw ,"A
send la.go Illustrated rS, M
Nfltbagneclal otipr in :;.,.Tfa
plied lor. on receipt of 3 ,1'
Ann vnt.nnpn.i-J . .'ut!Bfiy.
I' it '"'"A-m-spini si
o'clock, iii t'.et-al oer 1
niucc milium?, i, ,i i,, .. ..
Cusick, Vic lYc id nt
Clerk of llo-ird.
1831 THE CULTIVATOR Jgfjg
Arc Yon Going Cast?
If so, be sure aud see that youi
tickets read via "The North Western
Line." TheC. St. P. M. & O. Ry.
Tuts is the great short line from St.
Paul or Duluth to all points east and
south. Their magniflceut track,
peerless vestibuied dining nud sleep
ing car trains, aud their motto,
"always qu time," has given this
road a national reputation. All
classes of passengers are 'carried ou
the yestlbuled trains without extra
charge. All ticket agents sell
tickets via this Hue. Ship your
freight und travel over this famous
road. V. H. Mi.-ad, Gen. Agt
No. 4 Wash. St, Portland, Or.
A, J. Leland, Trav'g AgU
Itrtciint from the Drptlit (f StUery.
Tlj mlwry rniluml Uy tinforturaitM
vrhMf Ut are de;eilot In duty Uitu
pmluttil Wk li.ilPlw, nau4. o
tlrHin.. d border of the llUr pmrr
tiM, timrtliurn, erUxo. uuier wnrniof
tlmbrvKth. unraslnxM l-wti'i i. kUoJi
riKlit nbt ami rlsht shouldor bla. few
anpvtHi'.areamoncthrbwfiil in4to(a .vr
hlloii.iHNMrhtetiiwilUy vnolh wha
oT ivllniiiK earHMl -Hit. k nniX
reuevn.1 of th dMiiv., retlve'iWj
In; cam or iiiaUriil iIUmm lh II, c- u the
trlucll (Und fnUd. and InrmataS
praiuaUrlaltype H.iMr-s SkHtth
It U unrivaled, and ft I an adrelr-blo nrZ
nttvor ebroulo kldnTr trouble S
m. aiiwo lTii353f"
Blck-headache are the outn-ar.l I n.i i. . h, .
-. -c.ausrmcnu oi ino itomach and Lovrels.
A Joy'a Vegetable trapanlla Is the only
towel resuUHiig preramtion of Sanaparllla
U U .eea hy Jt U tU only appropriate
tJanaparlUa In tick-headache. Iii.notonJy
apprepdate; Itliau aWlute our. Mttt a
owrvo ot it an occasional doie at tnUrral
will l er alter prorcct roture.
Ja M. Cox. ot 7K Turk &. San Pmn
e! ,TIi.,' M I have txsm lrobloa xrtlh
allk, d ,Wk WUcbo for tfca u
M,3 1 to-Vhit tu bottkjof Jyg ve--
iu -:ar.U &Mt beve ooIt hl ,8
T: t " WM " tba J J
Jt" D eGetabJe
THE BEST OP THE
Fcim Crops and Processes,
Horticulture and Fruit-Growing,
Live-Stock and Darying.
Wliile Is niFO Includes all minor dopirt
ineiiih of Kiir interest, suclins the 1'onltn
Yaid Knloinology, lite Keeplus, Green.
Iiou-e and Grapeiy, Veterlca-y Iteplie-,
1-arni (i'jestinn and Answers, Fireside
He.iUliKj, Eoniebtlc Kajuoniv, and a sum
it aryof tbu news of the waelc. Its Market
HeportsareuuusuaIl complete, and much
attention Is paid to the prospects of the
cieps, as throwing llsbt upon one of the
most Important of all questions When to
buy and when to well It is liberally illus
trated, an,' by Il'cent Enlaigement, con
uitns more reading matter than over be.
fore. The subscription prico is SiX 1 per
j ear.but we oirera special reduction in our
CLUB BATES FOR 1S92:
Two Subscriptions, I u one remittance S -l
-six sunscmiTioN-s, do do. J 10
TWKIA'KSl7nCUIITIOSS, do. do. ..Z is
-To pit now subscribers for 1892. pay
Ing In advance now, we HII hend the pa
per veeby,frniourieceiptofthe lemlt
tance, to Jnnuarv lt, My, without charge
-PECIMEN COPIKS 1' REK. Address
LUfllKIt TUCKKK SON: Ablishers,
Albany, N, Y.
Rustic! Rustic! Rustic!
Rustic Hocking chairs, Setters, gents of
flee : or reading chans, lamp stands, center
"5bbsV tV'ver "". baby rocking aJd
high chalrg, etc, for sale
Or Exchange for Second
Ilm,Llai'A,Bn''t us'"-work ntold Court
uouse, lta. Allkluds of mrniture repaired,
H. T. MARTIN, Propr.
of culture aDd descriptive w
plants or either of thtse, ben w i
fiults, suitable for this aim .le.fh
plication to 11. Hut hit s'alnn.Oir
s 1 m a nop ot 1
Low Sing dee,
Merchant tailor. All kind old
made to order. Heimlrlng and v.
neatly done, One sack suit ax Ir
. w nutiv sun. ci, wrmeny kl
overcoat S20. lormtrlr JO iicer
formerly St. One pairofpanf;
5u, uo v.uiuiueriiil "tTNIlem,!?!
J as. Batchelor,
rone mil white labor em js
A goou suDstanlia Dienlc W
clabs stvle ' I
Twcnty-flve cenls utr niciu
R E 13 F- K O T?J
"ourt street, between .ImimiiM
Jllnto's Livery rll
ANKOFTHK LAROliT ESTiBIJ
Wments In the State. Lotrerrtra
Portland. Largest siock W B5
tne suite, and biggest aumoni.
i..li.allL,nrlnt. nTnifn. nd CSU
rl blanks'. " """I Jf. VAIffil
8teara Prlrttf Salem om
To Strawberry Growers.
Tim nnjin-iii hn mntiieKdt(M
nimiitlti- nftha lsaslR. (SYttltt( f?l
w inner at Salem strawtanr W
UliJWirt; UH UllUU. Ja- j--- m
uruUUible late berry in catl
from II, V fcns'T'nJvJ
ha.i a .ills. Warranted DUII1
and plants nrst class. WtaloswWJ
Jentember Its. Also ten otbtrw
F r wIp by Dau'l J. Fry ,225 Com.
Thursday Evening, Oct. 22d.
Mr?. Frnpcis Hutlgson Hui nett's
'M). Tn.l I? 1L...
liuiu lui'u niiioueroy,
'i? Qf0"1 Brnailwny Tiientt-r,
rs. . bncfvt.a. Introdue
Ug the ureut(si of nil
LITTLE GEORGE COOPER,
T. Ileury Frcngh'a coinjiany,
iirtxi irom rsew Vork.))
Williams & Hudson,
Ji4 State trfet,
HAND-MADR FHRNCIt CANDIES
40 Acres, large, new house wll
12 Acres, very uut; ,m
10 Aces, houcandbaro, m
ii Acres, cuuiltj n ". ,,.m
All noorUnlcm TrnCtS trOnlOWll
For special bargains call on oi m
and Heal Kstate Dealer, awvSilI
lni, doon, nertn oi '-"V'" &t
ItErKUENCt-: Any ""."likli
Health is Weal
, T mJ
litttyl 1 I
"ro-itment. a enaranteea pjj L g
tTO-itmeni, a guareuiY -; ntt
Wakcmllnw. fntal P$Sk,2
Ins iif t he brain i sultlDC d &
teadlu to misery eJJ?ii lift
rnatnro oldage, barrennev JJa-P
box nnntnlna ono I cnthtU" ..p
h box or fix boxes u;r tj-i -
prepnia oh receipi !'" .jj
WE GUARANTEE BlXIWJJ
with $5.(0, we will lnifdFtM
tbe treatment doe no' (KW,r I
nteatksue4ioDiv " "a. Mlrt"
eUt.Koieacrni -i" -
daft. hn. (lied b !,5'rto'l
f Orenn for Mr'oo ",
J0o-oloel. ib eJ,;flrxdllJjS
T w ro"-T "r.TKVun
I eHnir J" ' 1 "w rt
,wv .......- , M,
T", T1. V "ma wioo. AUo the I
fia em, Orerwi. Oct i, ""
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