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iCVJB.Nl.NO (JAJL'lTAJb JOUTCNAIj. SATX7BDAY, JUNE 24, 183.
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fK CMM JOURNAL.
tfSLiHD DAILY, KXCKW BUNDAV,
CiNa(ifrtal Public Company,
Pest orico fl'ock.-Oomtuertlal Street.
HOT Eft MOTHERS,
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niiyj bt rani' r jraie'- , i,,
reify, I I , Per y' ,'w
fef mall, er jriwrj
Money Is getting easier to not get.
Jloom the One Cent Journal I
Hurrah f Newport, Or. That town
Balem U a big town all tlio wee, but
a great big oM on'BAtUrday's,
KanMM dot-n not seem to bo In It
the grasshopper Mate r portB uo bauk
The Willamette Vulley Hop Grow
ers (and a few dealer) organize at Sa
To the Preslileut, Grdtfer Cleveland:
Restore confidence today and you re
store business tomorrow.
Of, course, nil the batiks will pa
tbelr deptillbri. That's what they fall
for, to protect their depositors.
ii I "-
Banks bust us readily In Oregon and
California as elsewhere. The wonder
ful climate ! rio protection.
That Guu King or tho British war
ship Victoria, with 430 souls was a
clumsey eihibltlon br udVAl feklll at
A little gold will create a wholo lot
nf nlrnnlatlnn urlinn tlmrn In nlimtv of
oonfldeuce iri tile boat of tho public
Fay up your Weekly and take the
Daily Journal, at 13.00 a year by
mall, cash In advance. Many are do
Show the Daily Mail Journal at
36 easts a month to your friends. It In
the greatest news bargain ever oflered
ii i' ' '
Uncertainty and lack or confidence
are bursting banks and causing bard
times more than too much silver or
scarcity of gold.
That thing is getting monotonous, of
all the banks having so much more as
sets tbaa liabilities that the depositors
can't get a cent.
Having fused and swallowed the
Populist .lamb, the Democratic tiger
says he can'tafflllate with it,ou account
of hte principles. Great Is principle!
The power or one wunthlp to destroy
and sink another at ono blow was ter
ribly demonstrated In the collision be
tween the Victoria and CVniperdown.
If you do not get your Daily One
Cent Journal by mall promptly and
regularly, notify this onice.glviug facts
abetit date and day.
Thr Journal will have original and
rHable hop news every day and every
week, covering Oregon, Washington,
California and New York, with tele
graphic reportB from all ever the East
Cleveland is continuing the Ilepubll
can flnauolal pollny and that robber
MoKluley tarlfl aud of course every
Democrat swears it la the Republicans
that tore to blame for present hard times.
It matters, not how hard times are,
the people 'Waut tho uewB. They can
get all the news twulvo to twenty hours
ahead of the Portland p:ixr in the
Da'ily Capital Jouknal by mall ui
95 cents a month,
If that had been au American war.
ship that collided with the Urltlnh mini
o'f-war that sunk, what would huvu
been the result? What would have
been the result If uu Amerioau warship
had geae down with -too Aruerlo.ua
Deafness Oannot be Oured
ay loeal applications, as they caunot
reaeh the deceased portiou or the ear.
There 'te only oue way to euro Dwfueva,
aad that Is by ooustliutiounl remedies.
Deafaeas Is caused by au I nil tuned cou-
Illien of the mucous llulug or the
luetaebUH Tube. When this tube
gets inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or Imperfect hearing, ana wheu
It le entirely closed Deafness Is the re
sult, and unless the lutiammatlon can
be taken out aud this tube restored to
1U Moruaal condition, Iiettrlutf will be d
atfoyed forever; nine cases out or ten
are eaused by catarrh, which is uothlug
but an inflamed, condition of the
We will give Oue Tlundrcd Dollars
far any ease of Deafness (caused by
eatarrh) that cannot be cured hy Hall's
Oatarrli Cure. Heud for eliuulars, free.
F. J. CHENKY, S Co., Toledo, O.
Jflrdeid by DrugglsU, 75c.
Jfeeter resoribed t Castoria
Exercises at the Indian Training
Commencement day Is past aud the
most Interesting and successful by far
than any of the former commencement
exercises ever held at Chemawa Indian
school. Although it was quite a dis
narccabte. rainy day there was a large
delegation from Balem and nearly every
ono from tho surrounding country
caftieirj td Del) the exercises. Thursday
p. m. was tho most Interesting. The
program was fully carried out and In
the best of shape, showing thorough
training and drill. The most enter
taining thing on tho program, where
all was good, was the piano solo by tho
little tot, Miss Gertrude Brewer, "The
Blelgh Ride." The sleigh bells were
real and tho little miss received a hearty
encore and the most enthusiastic ap
plause. The graduating class was addressed
by Inspector Lane In a short but elo
quent speech, and after tho graduating
exercises there was a grand social time
In the big diulng room that lasted un
til 11 p. m. It was amusing to see the
different expressions or race atnoug the
boys and girls when they were paired
ofTln the promenade according to size,
nnd theu again where each boy was al
lowed to pick out his first best girl for a
promenade. The change was remark
able. The smiles lit up the whole room
like an electric light
Many of the children go home now.
Somo stay and some visit during vaca
tlon, aud the village of Chemawa will
bo a llt'le More quiet for awhile.
Mr. Cannon, who had Mr. Kelly V
place rented and was sick so long, hat
sold out and gone to Los Angeles, Cal.
Mr. Gilbert is making hay but the
rain has stopped operations.
F. J . Beatty says he has thejbest orch
ards in the valley. The -6 "year old
prunes will make over two bnshels ol
fruit to the treo this year.
Mr. Tlllmon Ford bos let tho con
tract of grubbing out his Lake Labial)
farm to Win, Goodrich and will soon
be a full-fledged granger as his beaver
dam land will be making him bo much
money that he Intends to abandon the
law und j tin the grange.
B. G. Pugh Is away from home on a
trip oyer tho west side counties for
pleasure. He is an old Indlau war
veteran but is not putting in any time
bowling for a peuslou. He was very
near death from measles when out in
the Indlau oauutry. but the o.uipauj
he was In was uot so badly hurt by the
savages as by bad food, exposure and
J. It. Fairbanks from Nebraska has
bought tho Will Masston place and L
bow eujoylng our webfoot weather and
LATE HOP NEWS.
Interesting Letter From One of Lane
County's Hop Growers.
KuaiiNK, Juno 24, 1803
Editor Journal. I will be pleased
'to favor you with information about
'the hop crop.
Oregon is rated first as a hop produc
ing Btntu of the coast. Balem being
'central U a couvouleut placo for hop
nows. Of course your information
must be reliable, aud that Is the kind
of a report I will glvo from this district.
I boo you publish tho general news
from Washington, California, and New
York. The mti ket is very quiet hor
aud news Is a scaice article The com
ing crop Is very backward iu this coun
ty. Llco have appeared Iu small qutin-
ties. No spraying has been done yet.
There still remains 200 to 800 bales of
the 1602 crop left unsold Iu Eugene.
Little Things That Tell.
It Is the llt'lw thiugs that telllittle
brothers for instance, who hide away
In the parlor whllu sister entertains hut
beau, etc. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel.
IcU are little things that tell. Thoy tell
on the liver aud lone uu tho system.
Bo small und yet so eflectual, thoy urv
rapidly supplanting the old style pill.
Au Infallible reined fur Blok and Bil
ious Headaches, Biliousness and Con
sllpatlou, Put up In vials, convenient
to carry. Ttieir use atteuueu w.tu no
Thk Whey to vo It Is to call
round at Clark fe Epploy's aud ask for
somo of the superb Nestucoa cream
cheese, the dulutlest edible on this mar
ket. VISOR of MEN
ail lllhttluof t(U
trout nuIjt iiwur Utr
iMMM, U .rv.ulu ol
ilmlupmMi ui (oat
Ilv lo ;rjr otftu uj
Kxtlna cf lb Ul.
ERIE MEMCAl CO. j
wrrk, w. y.
In millinery black hats for the mo
ment domjnato tho modo.
One of tho most attractive and desir
able styles for traveling uses is the now
empire princess costume.
. The newest skirts, made with three
bias nngathcred flonncoa lapping ono
above tho other, nro far movo fashion
able than thoy aro protty.
Tnecan hats, nfter a period of banish
ment, are once more accbptable. They
are iroquentiy tnmmcu wnn coior to
match, but this Is very trying.
Very nsoful to take tho placo of wash
dresses for tho summer aro those of tus
sore, theso being excellent for wear In
CTorv sense cool, not easily soiled and
Thero Is a beautiful exhibition of In
dlo silks for summer wear. Grounds of
parma violet, dovo gray, fawn color,
cream, pink and silver blue are strewn
with lovely flowers In contrasting hues,
onrl ftin nmhnr. tun. doo color and Tjalo
golden mignonette green silks, with fins
gay pompadour devices in copper, silver
and tea rose, New York Evening Post,
ODDS AND ENDS.
London has 11,000 licensed pnbllo
cabs, of which 8,000 are driven by the
Ono hundred detectives aro employed
in the Bon Marche in Paris, -whoso only
labor is to watch for shoplifters.
It Is said that wood ashes mixed with
alt will protect hogs from cholera If
kept whero thoy have free access to it.
A strange fact la that really good
prints, etchings and engravings often
bring moro than their market price at
Some idea of tho stamp collecting
craze may be obtained from the fact that
it employs a capital of about $3,000,000
and engages the attention of about 800,i
The terrors of tho famous whirlpool of
Charybdls, or Golofaro, have been much
exaggerated. It is hardly dangerous
even to a small vessel, while largo ships
do not fear it at alL
The Iluttllnc Unilariklrt.
There is no more melodious sound ol
earth to the shell-liko ears of tho worn
' an of today than tho frou-frou of silken
skirts. It is as soothing to her senses at
tho plashing of limpid waters. She is
content to wear a gown of last year's
serge, and during tho summer she was
satisfied with cambric or gingham, ii
only tlio petticoat underneath, from
which hor little feet peeped in and out,
was composed of the proper material,
which material is taffeta changeable,
striped or even plain. Pinked raffles are
giving place to flounces of lace, fes
tooned and caught here and there with
knots of velvet or ribbon.
So widespread is this tendonoy to rus
tle that the shops aro offering petticoats
advertised as "rustle skirts," and the
term catches more women in fifteen
minutes than a placard bearing the sign
of "silk petticoats" in letters a foot high
would catch in a week.
Whilo the rustling crazo lasts it is an
excellent opportunity to lay in a supply
of white muslin underskirts, which are
bound to roturn sooner or later, and the
dainty ones, with their frills and em
broideries, mako one wonder if, after
all, it is not more refined and fitting to
wear pure whito underclothing, upon
whoso surfaco every spot can be seen,
and which can bo restored to its original
purity by a flying trip to tho laundry.
What would our grandmothers those
dear departed dames have said to our
wearing undergarments which did not
how tho dirt? Now York Herald-
Sick Iteadacha and rsllere all th troubles Inci
dent to a bilious statci of th ijatem, such as
PluinsM. Nausta. Drowslotu, Dtitren after
eatlnif. l'aln In tbq Bide. Ac. Whilo their tnojt
rsinaraablo succss has been shown la curiae
nadache. yet Cirtik's Littlk Litis Pills
are equally raluablo in Constipation, curing
and proTentlnc this annoying complaint, while
they also correct all disorders of the stomach,
sUmulate the liter and regulate the bowels.
Kvsn U they only cured
iche they would be almost priceless to those
who surfer from this distressing complaint;
but fortunately their goodnest does not end
here, and those who once try them will find
these little pills Taluable In so many ways that
they will not be willing to do without them.
Uut after aU sick head
Is the bane of so many Urea that here Is where
we make our great boast. Our plus cure il
white other do not
UtRTiK'a Lrms fjr ritu are very small
and very easy to take. One or two pills make
a dots. They are strictly vegetable and da
not gripe or puree, but by their gentle action
please all who use them. In vials at H centij
Ave for t , Sold everywhere, or sent by tuail
tuna xxsieun ea, vnr Tat
BJ SB) RSBSBj BS'BmPBSJ SPBBBSBBb BjISSySSj
A New Remedy
A tru Specific pathlvs sad perauntnt sKmttutton
Mall pouon from the bkuj. ami a mtoration of huhhy
- in .-w uuw. u wotu u watrrri lor m era urn
tat a rttnejy hkj tut ln ubJcti oing the mou hii
prirsu tijwWnu for the put Ikra tun, Il tu net
t fiWJ, and k iU not &. as tt I. a True SpeclHe
far brplutNic noMEW oJ aH bkiod due. Ho vwi U
Mew buUfdrfuttnutU-uUrtaiklptoaf fm, Stop
fmtt )xxjt ,j-Metu tlh KHivury and other poiwu.
mm rmly wtN cure , u a ao9d)-t wuluut Ud.
wis. luanutte euro or re I una the uiouer.
MOFFAT CHEMICAL CO.,
1TO tint Street VOUTUk.V, OJU 1
At Blind School 80 ctls. body fir, 25
cds. pole oak. Bids received until July
1st. E. H. Bollinqeb, Hup.
0-22-2d-lw Blind rjchool.
In bulk, alt good shipping varieties
nf cherries In the Willamette valley.
Oregon Fruit & Produce Co., Balem.
Beforo doing to the Wold's Fair
The Limited Express trains or tho Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
between St. Paul nnd Chicago and
Omabu and Chicago.
These trains are vestibuled, electrlo
lighted and steam heated, with the fin
est Dining and Sleeping Car Service in
The Electric reading light In each
berth is the successful novelty or this
progressive age, nnd la highly appreciat
ed by all regular patrons or this line.
We wlsb others to know its merits, as
the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
way Is the only lino in the west enjoy
ing the exclusive use or this patent.
For further information apply to
nearest coupon ticket agent, or address
. C. J. Eody, General Agent
' J. W. Casey, Trav. Pass. Agt.
2-6 Stark St., Portland, Or. tr
Jlfrs. A. A. WUHama
For the Good of Others
Rev. Mr. WW lams Heartily En
dorses Hood's SarsapurlUa.
We are pleased to present this from Rev.
A. A. Williams, of tho Sillsbce street Chris
tian Church, Lynn, Mass.;
" I see no reason why a clergyman, more
than a layman, who knows whereof he
speaks, should hesitate to approve an
Article of Merit
and worth, from which he or his family have
, been signally benented, and nhose commen
dation may servo to extend those benefits to
others. My wife has for many years been a
sufferer from severe
for which she found little help. She has
tried many things that promised well but
Ee r formed little. Last fall she took Hood's
arsaparllla. It seems surprising what one
bottle could and did do for her. Tlio attacks
of headache decreased In number and were
less violent In their Intensity, whilo her gen
eral health has been improved. Her appe
Uto Is also better. From oxperlenco with
I have uo lieiltatlon In endorsing iu mer
lin." A. A. Williams.
HOOD'S PILLS r tho bet family cathar
Uc.Rcntle nnd effective. Try a box.
OurPEIirKCTIO.V STIUItOgfrM with rrwr tUl.
I.clMO. Don tut STAIN. rBKVESiTS BTRICTUEK.
A QUICK CURE (or LEVCOEBHOU r WHITES.
MALYDOR Mirmrmmi Ok. LANCASTER. Ollla
Ladles who suffer
from Cuttlnz Winds
ana bcoroning nun
Lola Montez Creme
The Skin Food,
The best remedy for
keepli g the faro cool
and free fr m Irrita
tion, as It sooths and
comforts the skin and
pi events frecxleri nr
sunon ms noi
beautlflerbut a skip
rcbtorotlve and pre
servative. If n lltfe llontes O emo Is rubbed
la tbeKln nnd thnrouchlv wined off aealn
Jut KefoieapplylnK powder, th . complexion
will be softer, aud ins powder will ren.ali
longer, desldes preventing tne powder from
ri.-KKiuK iim pores oi me sKin' i ri'ovocenix
Forsals by KIIKH LKfiO, Drticglit, 1'Btton
uiurK, aiein, ure.
Fornnyspeo'al or complicated blemish of
incuur luriu, wrun
ft'.RS. NETTIE HARRISON,
AMIKICA'4 11IAUTY UOOrOR,
to Qoiry Ht., an Francisco, Cal
Kupernuous Hair Permanently Removed.
On Ifetor System.
TheBalm Light and Power Company at
yret expense have equipped laelr Klevtno
Light plant with the m et inod.rn Apparatus
Hudnrenowsble to. offer the public a belfr
Km man nuy sy.feiu ana ai a rate lower
than any city on theotasu
Arc and Incandescent Light
lug. Electric Motors for all
purposes whore power Is re
quired. 7 Ad Man rt jut k. 1 .k A . u !
ft aeMred and tbe ooouiner py for only
ujr au Klectrio Meter. Offloe
179 Commercial St,
Barginas in Land.
II. W. Smith, postmaster ol LcwUvllIe, and
V.H. Murphy, of balem naelor sat aboa
lAVaereanrtooaformlaxaaa stack lBd la
the Luektsmute rnuutrr la rVUk enuoly.
frlees rauge from W to W per aere. Allgnoa
pteperty, and oa the msrset for the arst
H- 0rwi1 bargvlaa. Call oa or addresa
a j niiFjk''-' '-?."!Si!?
A GOOD REPUTATION
r.ON DEM KfcP M"7?S-
i for Thirty Years.
Take no substitute for
Completed aud ready to wait on customers. Horses boarded by day or week
at reasonable prices. We keep a full
meet all demauus. Also Beep tne II nest
Barn and residence 2 block south of
If you would be clean and have your clothes doneup in
the neatest and dressiest manner, take them to the
SALEM STEANI LAUNDRY
where all work is done by white labor and in the most prompt
manner. COLONEL J. OLMSTED,
FAIR GROUNDS, SALEM,
July 4, 5, 6 and 7.
Tuesday, July 4th.
Runnlne, srvenlghths mile dash, pnrse 1200
Pony race, 400 yds, 3 bett in 3 " 10U
Pontes not to exceed 13 hands high.
Trotting, 2-15 c'asp. 2 In 3
T ottlntr. a-yeHr-o'ds, mile dash
Pacing, 2:2) class, 2 in 'i
Wednesday, July 5tb.
Knnnlnz, one-hslf mile. 2-yearolds, purse f 15(i
Kunnlug, one-hall wile and repeat, " 200
rrottlng, 2S clas,2lus " 250
TrotllDg, 2 21 class, 2 mile dash " 2UI
Thursday, July 6th.
Running, f mile dash purse,$100
Running, mile dash 250
rrottlng, 2:29 class 2 In 8 " 300
Pacing, 2-year-olds,mile dash, " 150
Friday, July 7th.
Running, t mile dash puree, $100
Oentlemeu's roadster race 2lu3 " 100
Horses without record, owners to drive
Novelty running rarx-,0 miles.. " &10
Ihlarace Is for ladles, entrance fire; they
can change horoea as often as they wish.
ADMISSION: Gentlemen, 60 centa.
Ladles, 25 eta. Children over 12 years,
25 ota. Graud stand, 25cts.
President, U. w.crTTI.E.
VlolTesldent, W.J. KRWIN.
Secretary, F, N. DKBUY.
Treasurer, I. U PATTEKSON
The House Mover.
451 Marion Street
Has the best facilities tor moving and rais
ing bouses. Urave orders at uray Bros., or
address Salem, Oregon.
Smith Premier Typewriter.
8oldoesypTau. Per ttssHi
W. I. STALEY, Agent, ikm.
H N.BURPM,QaUtBt, M TWr4 eK,
PertlaJta- fc'iilfte oaUlfiius.
Is often ruined by manufacturers, who,
relying upon that alone allow the char
acter of their goods to deteriorate. The
GAIL BORDEN EAGLE BRIND
Condensed Milk is always the same.
Rest assured that its standard of excel
lence is constantly maintained. Its
purity, cleanliness, richness and perfec
tion of process in manufacture has never
eaualed. It stands First. It has
Grocer and Druggist sell it.
the Eagle brand.
line of Truck", Drays and Express to
stallions in tills county, ror service.
postofllce. RYAN & CO.
WISC0S1N CENTRAL LINES.
(Northern Pacific R. R. Co., Lessee.)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Two Through Trains Daily.
6 25pm II M'nn ul 9.45.1 uj I 4:15Dtn
7:15pm It 8tlBUl al .aOacol 8:40pm
7.2SDm I. Ashland, a I 8JXam 8.S0Dm
9f6aml..Chlco..a 5.47pm jj6tm
Tickets sold and )aeeage checked through
to all points In the United BUtesand Canada.
Close connection made In Chlcaco with all
trains eolmr East and South.
Kor mil Information apply to your nearest
ticket agent or JAM. c. FOND,
Uen. Pass, and Tkt, Agt,, Chicago. Ill;
Bids for Asylum Supplies.
The board of trustees of I he Oregon State In
sane asylum Invite ealed proposals lor tbe
furnlKhtnir at the asylum near Valero, "regon,
tbe following supplies for tbe six, months end
ing January 1, 1894 :
500 yards cotton flannel, Nashua- XXX
1,200 yards Amoskeag, mariners stripe, bine
500 yards PequotA sheetings, Xi Inch, nn
bleacbed 600 yards tiownsdale sheeting, 04 Ineh,
200 yards Continental, checked flannel.
300 yards Ulass crash, K Inches wide.
700 yards bleacbed linen and French crash,
18 Inches wide
20 yards Amoskeag blue denim.
200 yards S-l bleacbed sheeting, Peqnot,
100 yards superior satux damask, 61 inch
200 yards Marseilles checks, YorkHfg.
00 yards Dragon clotb. assorted coiors.
12 duz. white stay binding 'A Inches wide.
25 doz. ladle' c tton hose.
5 doz. mystic Turkey red handkerchiefs, 21
75 doz. No. S8 white (Coat's) thread.
2 doz. Ha. 16 white (Coat's) thread.
S doz. No. 50 white (Coat's, thread.
2 doz No. 60 while (Coat',.) thread.
10 doz. No. 3A b ack (Uuat ) tbiaad.
50 yards table oil clotb, beat quality, light
Ii dox. papers pins.
10,000 pounds beans, small white.
i.OOOlbs granulated suKar.
S.UOlbaO. C ugar.
ti. 00 ibs. rolled oati, In barrels, fresh ground.
S.OO0 bs cracked wheat.
4.000 lbs Gold Dust corn meal (or as good)
fresh ground in ban els.
2,000 ibs bomlnr, fresh ground In barrels.
4.000 lbs choice Island rice.
uOu gallons New Orleans molasses, best
1,000 Ibs corn starch, Oswego.
OtiOOlbs Liverpool si U
600 Ibs cheese, Uianston's or as good, full
1JO lbs C. A Co's A. & II. brand crb soda,
so lbs cream tartar. J. A. Fu'ger's best,
to grtiss Vulcan 8uperlor Hafety matckes.
2 dnx whisk brooms.
15 doz. cxns oysters, Blue Point, or as good.
2D noz cans oysn. Melds,
li'dos. on- mm, sacoor as good.
1001b. p-arl b rley
TiO lb, sodn cracker XXX fresh.
KM lbs. o iter crackers XXX fresh.
100 b. Okwego gloss starub.
20 boxes macaroni.
100 gallons kerosene. Pearl brand. In tanks,
20 gulloos Albany sp'ndle oil.
o giuions Aioany cylinder oil.
600 barrels inore or less, bst roller proceM.
4alllfaM4 a m m..l4
nuiDs per oar. more onra ot beef, as re
quued In tqual paru of fore and blndquar-
fumlahiDff toe dttTervat kin, perfectly lreh
3,000 poundg Klrk'aKavon or&n rwl.
J-9S T?ana PP, t qnallty.
lAM Ibs. prunes. '
100 lb, rauini.
J6 lbs. mace, ground.
Ail Iru mxstHB . Atja
oo lb, black pepper groand,
x lb, cinnamon, ground.
W lbs. gtofcr, froMd.
ljreo lbs, OolumWa brand, or as ceed
4 099 lb. Coot Klea, II st grade.
)Ao lbs. Bledse Hammer brand.
2 groM pens, Glllotl's No. 4M.
1 gross lead pencils, rubber tip N. 1
1 gross lead pencils, rubber tip No. 8.
1 box London Incandescent pens, No. t (gen
uine.) 1 b-x London Incandescent pea. No, 8 (gen
uine) 1 box London Incandescent pens, No. 7 (gen
ulue.) 1 ream legal-cap paper (extra good.)
1 " Journal "
I " ledger '
K doz. quart bottles Banford's premium
Jtlos quart bottle Stafford's commercial
3 quart bottles Sanford's combined writing
5 doc. one quart roup bowls,
1 doz. one t allon pitchers.
J. doz, soupplatte.s, 9 Inch.
1 doz. chamber pots.
2 doz s rup pitchers, 1 pint, glass,
lo doz. tumblers.
1 doz. lantern globes.
1 doz. i baker salts.
PAINTS AND OILS.
l,ooo pounds white lead.
1 barrel linseed oil, boiled.
Vrrel roor paint. Prince's metallo brown.
2o gallons turpentine.
2o pounds Venetian red.
10 pounds chrome green, dry In 5 pound
2 pounds chrome yellow, In oil.
6 lbs burnt umber, In oil.
4 cans rose pink, in oil.
2 cans burnt sienna.
l pnper bronze.
aoz. Aaams orusnes no. o a. u. k..
doz. round saab tool.
2o lbs. French oobre dry.
0 wies glass 7XSO.
6 boxes gifts 8x2o.
loo pounds pntty.
a papers glaziers points,
2 doz. zincs car metal for Laolancb batteries.
Sdoz fi fiber washers.
S doz. jj " "
Cd z Lava tips.
1 duz. Kibe burner cocks.
1 dot. gas plllcrs.
1 dot.fi lead ' B" traps,
leo pounds solder and K
4o feet i lead pip. , S pounds.
4o feet IK lead pipe 4 lounds.
4 pipe reamers, from ii to Jf.
8 pounds asbatoi caLdlewn k.
1 Jackson s scraper, S-lncb flue.
1 extra Jaw each, 12 Inch, 18-lnch and 24-lncfa,
2 doz Hells.
doz Ai ells,
Udoz 2 ells.
5 doz V Rockets.
1 doz 1 inch sockets.
U doz 8 flange unions,
if doz V,i-1 bushlLgs.
2 doz 5S bushings.
1 doz. JJ Jenkins Bros, valves, movable
y, doz H JenKlns Bros, valves, movable
H doz. 2 JenKlns Bros, valves, movabla
K doz square head ston cocks.
ldozM t tiller hose bltm flnlslitd.
1 doz ,l Fuller . luln bibs flulshed.
1 doz I Ktop and waste.
1 doz 5UT and waste.
i duz yc air cot. xs,
doz air cocks.
3 doz. 4 Inch slim taper flies.
Sdoz 5-inch "
8 doz 6 Inch " " '
1 each 7, 9 and 12 oz. riveting hammer.
1 one pound 4 oz. octagon ball pin hammer,
l.ooo ls, each No. .8, 2o aud 22 galvanized
sheet Iron, best brand. 3ox96.
2 boxee 2oxvS XXXX tin redipped.
1 box 2ox28 XX tin redipped.
6pacKageit2tb-i. tiimed rivets.
12 dt'a boiler bandies.
1 pair 7 B soldering coppers.
1 pair 6 B soldering coppers,
2-0 Bis 8d flnli-blng nails.
2oo lbs 6d finishing nails.
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4oo lbs lod common nalli.
loo lbs 4d wire natls
3Eroaseah screws 1 lneh No. lo and Z lnh
4 gross each screws Ji. yt and 2 No 11.
2 gross each screws braxs U No. 4 No. 8
H doz. papers each 4 and 8 oz. tAoka.
ioo leet K round Iron, Norway.
loo feet 7-16 round Iron, Norway.
76 feet round iron, Norway.
bO feet Yii.i flat Iron, Norway.
loo feet lHtVi flat iron, Norway.
6o feet lxK flat iron, Norway.
Keg Nu S bind shoes (Burden's).
5 Keg No.S front shoes "
X eg Na 6 front fhoes
keg No. 6 bind shoes "
2a lbs Bweet American steel toe calss No. 4.
HHinchrasp (Ileller bros)
l.ooo lbs best blacksmltb's coal.
lo lbs. i Iron washers.
lo lbs. 5 js Iron washers.
loo feet angle steel x.
1 blacksmith slock and dies from S-18 to MI
thread. 16, 2o, 21 and 82 to 1 Inch with 4 tap
and 4 dies.
1 Hellwlg's patent bolt clipper No. 2,
6oo feet manllla rtipe.
6 packages and No. 8 copper rivets.
Kroll sole leather, Stockton extra heavy 33
to 27 ibs. aside.
3 sides of tklrllng, plump, 14 to 17 lbs, a side.
2 domestic cair skins, brand H.B
3 bnck skins, zneelum size shaved.
' lo lbs absorbent cotton.
2 lbs acldum carbollcum pure.
1 lb acldum boraclum.
1 lb acldum murlatlcum O. P.
3 lbs acldum murlatlcum commercial.
1 lb acldum sulphuricuin aromat.
6 lbs aqua ammonlae fort.
3 lb chloroformum Hqulbbs.
l,2oo empty capsules No. 1,
1.2oo empty capsules No. 2.
1 lb fluid extract cannabis ind, Wyeth Bros.
2 lbs fluid f xtract buchu Fol. Wyeth Bros, or
V. D. i."o.
'lib fluid extract xinglberls Wyeth Bros, or
P. D. a Co.
1 lb fluid extract hyoscyaml Wyeth Bros, or
P, D A Vo.
1 lb fluid extractglycyrrh. Wyeth Bros, or P.
D. m -o.
th Bro?. 6Fp. D. (5. r ' "' '
"nuid extract senna Wyeth Broa. or P D,
orib7iTo r '' "'"lu """
5 galloas glycerine pure.
Bo lb. flxeedmeal.
1 dozen medicine glasses K oz.
a gallons ol rtclnl. n
8 oz Ol. lemon
, PP sin Bacjh, Falrcblld.
K E Kbtuaoettne Hiyer. .
slze?"n 1MII,P Kuol. d liver oil, laige
2 CS PUI .bo. assorted sixes.
1 Puiv. lKverl.
lBPnlv. no else.
6 lbs. soda B JrU
2i lb Potass. Brom.
2 B. Pstass. cllras
2 lbs. Potas lndldum.
5o os. quinine Hul ph. K. jj
6ttj sulphur subllm. '
6 ttn.sodll bltaib.
to Jbs sulph magneslae.
1 pound stL Tolntana f.ir syrnp.
1 doa syringe Dar-dmn's No 1
nii m,T.r.'ir ZZZ21. u0, i Doaro.
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