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Bfcc (Oregon f Mestumt.
....Tho people of Portland, last Monday
night, celebrated tho victories of Gettysburg- i
Vlcksburg by a general turn out of firo compn
filet and citiaens with torches, banners, transpar
encies, 6ro.works, etc, oto. Bpeoclies ant big
guns wore fired off on tho public square.
....J. M. Keeler, tho Provost Marshal for Ore
(ton, is expected to arrive on the next iteainor.
He will at once, we suppose, commence the en
rollment of thoio liable to military duty.
....A coal mine has been diacovered near Scat
tie, W. T.
....John Moxlie waa aoveroly wounded on the
4th at Port Ludlow, YV. T., by the 'premature dis
charge of a cannon which he waa assisting to
load. John P. Anderson waa io severely wound
ed by the aame discharge, tl at he died noxt day.
....Quite a number of accidents hare occurred
recently by the firlug of caniiona. At Vancouver
the other day, two men wore aerioualy injured by
a premature discharge of a gun while celebrating
the Union victories. One lost an arm and the
other a thumb. At Florence, Idaho Territory,
while firing a national salute on the 4th, a Mr,
Walling, formerly of Amity, Yamhill county, was
killed and Wm. Bernard, of California, was so
. verely wounded, by a premature discharge. The
California papera record agrent number of casual
ties of this kind.
.... A little son of Dr.-Robert Newell waa
drowned at the Lapwnl agency, in the mill race,
on Sunday the 5th inst.
....Lansing Stout, wifo, child and f errant, ar
rived in Portland on tlx 'aat steamer.
....Some two weeks ' ce, a gentleman named
Henry Wolfann left Canyon City for the Dalles.
Nothing; bavins; been heard of him since, hia
friends are apprelieniive that tome misfortuno
had overtaken him. Mr. W. has been employed
at Canyon City in conducting a mercantile busi
ness, and at the time of starting down is sup
posed to have had with him between $7,000 and
98,OUO in treasure. It is possible that the express
now' due may bring some tidings of tho missing
man, and relieve all fears as to his safety.
....There has been of late frequent disturb
ances of the mail bags on the route between here
and Sacramento. At one time a lot of stamps
sent to this office was taken from the Sacramento
bag and at others, amall sums of money failed to
reach their destinations. The postmaster here
informed the agents of the Stage Company who
immediately set about watching for the rogue.
The result of these proceedings is. that, on Tues
day, 7th inst., one of the drivers between Jack
sonville and Canyonville, named Oeorge Barnnm
was arrested on suspicion of having cat open and
pilfered the malls in his keeping and then hiding
or destroying them. Suspicion was excited by
the facts that the bags were lost on his trips, and
that he had lately been selling large amounts of
postage stamps. Upon his apprehension, he
made so many conflicting statements that little
doubt, if any, remains of his guilt.
There have been on other routes quite a num
ber of "failures to connect" which we hope to
....The Walla Walla Statesman gives the di
mensions of a stalk of pie-plant raised by Mr. W.
H. Cox of Walla Walla valley, which boats Mr.
Parrish's "all to smash." Mr. Cox's weighed
tbree pounds and measured 43 inches in length
and 39 inches in width.
....Messenger Henderson, of Wella, Fargo &.
Co , informs as that a man accidentally fell over
board from the Teninn, on her np trip, Saturday,
and waa drowned. The information waa obtained
from some men in a small boat searching for the
body. The accident occurred whilo the steamer
- was passing over the John Day rapids. Dollet
....We are informed that for two or three
weeks in succession, the Slatiimnn package has
failed to reach one of the Polk county postoffices.
The same thing has occurred once or twice before.
Can anybody tell the reason T These interrup
tions of the fttteiman packages have become so
numerous lately as to lead to the belief that some
thing more than accident is the cause. Wo will
publish the first postmaster or "any other man,"
detected in tampering with their regular trans
mission. We send them regularly and carefully
and desire that they shall go through without
fail. " '
....The city ordinance levying a ten mill tax
on property in Salem, and about which so much
excitement waa rife a short time ago, has been
amended so as to provide for a fivo mill tax.
....At the present time there are five large
vessels loading at the Utsalady Mills on Puget
Sound, with lumber for foreign ports. One, the
King Lear 3.G00 tons burden, is loading with
spars and lumber for Toulon, France; three for
Chinese porta, and ono for New Zealand.
....The Sierra Nevada, on her laat trip down,
took $110,000 in gold.
....The Statuman office acknowledges the re
ceipt from Mrs. L. E. Pratt, of a delicious bowl
of raspberries and cream. The boys rendered
thanks to the donor and executed summary jus
tice upon the berries.
....Senator Nesmith, this snmmer, sent out to
8arauel God of Polk county a steam power thresh
er and separator of fifteen horse power, manufac
tured by Owens, Lane ct Dyer, Hamilton, Ohio,
The engine and thresher entire eost here includ
Ing freight, about $2,000. The engine runs on a
fine wagon, drawn by two horses. The machine
has bees tested and works finely.
....A distressing casualty occurred at Albany
on Tuesday, the 14th inst. 8everal little boys
were swimming in the Calapooia, when a son of
Mr. E. L. Walter, aged eight years, ventured up
on a log into deep water. By some chance he
slipped off the log and though he once regained
his hold, fell back and was drowned. Dr. Griffin
plonged in and swam some distance, but upon
reaching the spot was too much exhausted to res
cue the little fellow. The body of the child was
recovered in about half an hour, but life was ex.
- tincj. The mother of the little boy was at the
time very low with typhoid fever and was very
much shocked, but we learn she is now recover
....Gov. Wallace has ordered thel'nited States
Marshal for Idaho to proceed at once to take the
census of the Territory. This will be completed
in 0 weeks or 3 mouths, after which judicial dis
tricts will be eetabluuM, and an election ordered
for members of the Territorial Legislature.
..-..A weekly mail has been contracted for be
tween Lewlston and Elk City.
....Major Lugenbeel has located the new Fort
Boise at point twenty-fir miles from the month
fit Boise, en that stream. The distance from
Plaoerville ia thirty miles.
....The Return says Robert Scott of Lane
county baa 3,500 tobacco plant in the space of
an acre and a half, and they are) very thrifty.
Experienced tobacco growers pronounce them
equal to any they ever saw. The plants are of
the Brasilian variety.
Target Siiootiku. Saturday, July 18th, the
Marion Rifles had a shooting match. The prise
was a fine navy revolver, donated by Capt. May
for the occasion. Fifty-seven shot were fired in
all, and tho prise waa awarded to private Dyer,
he having made the two best shot.
....On or two seecsa gentlemen of Salem
were Indiscreet enough last week, to back their
sympathies instead of their judgments in relation
to th newt from Ykkaburg; urby they tvtr
oonipll4 to "unconditionally urreadsjr" liver
and sundry twenties They bet on the wrong
....We learn that the capture of Vicksburg
and Mcadu's victory wore greeted at Fort Yam
hill with 130 guns.
At tho semi-annual election for officers of
the Jacksonville Turn Vereiiis, held on Tuesday,
July 7th, the following named wore chosen ! E.
C. Sessions, President (jus FayM, Vice Presi
dents Augustus llrcnlano, Secretary and Troae
ureri Goo. Araold, First Teachori John Neubcr,
Second Teacher. Sentinel.
.... The weather has been extremely hot each
day this week, the thermometer ranging from WO
to 1X1 dcg. iu the shade in the middle of the days.
The nights, however, have been cool and refresh
ing, as usual fkntinct, Ufa.
....The .Wine of the 10th says: "Our farm
ers are busily engaged cutting and gathering in
their crops. Harvest bauds are in groat demand.
The yield of hay will not be near so heavy as it
was last season. Of wheat and other cereals
there is from fair to average crops."
....Report says the largest crop of wheat, oats
and timothy hay will be harvested this season on
Tualatin Plains that waa ever known heretofore.
Hands are said to be quite scarce. Times.
....The Linn county agricultural fair will hi
held at Boston Mills on the first Wednesday and
Thursday of September. Lane and Benton
counties are invited to compete for premiums on
equal terms with citizens of Linn. The premium
list wilt soon be published.
....In the Legal Tender case recently decided
by Judge Stratton, the legality of treasury notes
as a tender in payment of individual dobts was
the naked question. Tho decision was not ren
dered In term time, so that no written opinion is
rendered. The Judge would doubtless liavo
preferred to defer the question for the Supreme
Court as least likely to croate embarrassment,
but the parties were entitled to judgment, and he
could do no less than render it. The question
will, we suppose, come before the Supreme Court
....We learn that six or eight hundred attend
ed the Eugene convention of LongTommers and
Jertmyi, The only disturbance they met with
was the booming of cannon fired by the Union
men over the late victories. They didn't like that
kind of "noise and confusion" and a private bat
tle was imminent at one time.
Newspapers Not to be Denied tub
Mails. Postmaster General Blair, in a lute
conversation with an ex-member of Congress,
was importuned by the latter to deny the priv
lieges of the U. S. mails to certain journals that
accorded Dot with that gentleman's political
creed. Tho Postmaster General promptly and
emphatically replied : " No. sir ; that was tried
once, at the urgent solicitations of some of our
injudicious friends ; tho result has been tho re
establishment of the treasonable sheets with in
creased notoriety. So long as I am at tho head
nf this Department, no newspaper will be ex
cluded from the mails," N. Y. Kewi.
Ukbaka, Ohio, Sept. 25, 18-'
Messrs. A. L. Scovlll Si Co. Gents i I have been
troubled with a torpid action of the bowels for six or
seven years, which has been the cause of a great deul
of suffering to me, and t had to deprive myself of
many kinds of food, and used much oatmeal, etc., un
til I got Dr. Mott's Liver Pills, and find that they
keop my bowels regular, and I now eat anythiug that
my family does. I confidently recommend tlieae Pills
to those who are troubled with constipation of the
bowols. Truly yours, JOHN FLEMING.
Hkalth. TJiero is nothing more valuable than
health ; without it, the wealth of a Crresus can alTonl
no enjoyment, and life, instead of a blessing, becomes
a burden Hooflund's German Bitters, to those afflict
ed with any disease of. the stomach or digestive or
gans, will prove more valuable than a mine of gold.
For sale by druggiata and dealers in medicines every -
Niks Yiahs or Aooitr. Chas. Montague,. sou of
Mr. John Moutagne, of New York, after enduring uu
heard-of pangs from malignant scrofula for nine con
secutive years, was radically cured in a few months
by that Elixir of life and irresistible antidote to poi
son in the blood, Bristol's 8uraaparil!a.' The disease,
commencing at the ankle joints, hod mounted to the
eye. Physicians said that it was preposterous to sup
pose that any medicine eonld save the patient. Nev
ertheless, this awful case of hereditary scrofula, sue
oomed to the great Vegetable Specific. The letter of
the father of the young man to Dr. Bristol, is one of
the most remarkable documents ever published. Yet
it is only ono among thousands of proofs that no ma
lignant external disease, whether it exists in the skin,
the glands, the flesh or the muscles, can withstand the
hygiean properties of this health-restoring, life-saving
preparation. Prominent druggist always have it for
SR. We have long supposed this celebrated
drug bad come to be an exploded humbug, but we are
assured by thoee skilled la the healing art, that not
the saraaparilla itself is to be blamed fur this conclu
sion, but the miserable worthies preparations of it
that have been palmed off upon the coiumuuity pre
parations which contain about a much of lis virtue
as they do of gold dust. It is a commercial fact that
almost all of the sarsaparilla gathered in the world, ia
eonsumod in the old countries of Kurope, where the
science of medicine has reached it highest perfection,
and where they know the best what to employ for
th mastery of dieoaa. Hcnoe we are glad to find
that we are now to have a coin pound of this excellent
altorative, which can be relied on, and our community
will not need be assured that anything Duct. Ayer
makes ia worthy of tbeir confidence, lie has been for
years enguged in eliminating tbia remedy (see adver
tising columns) designing to make it bis "chrd' ou
vrt" which should add the crowning glory to his ul
ready enviable reputation Amrriran Crll, V Y.
Dr. Baker Pala Panae for th ear of
pain Id the Slomach, Buck anit Bowels, Burns, Quinsy, Cuts
and flvettlngi, Colic, Diarrhea ami Rheumatism, Headache
Toothache and -Earache. Pain tannot seisl wasi-s tAiv
remedy UftiityuUi need.
Give it a trial and yon wilt Dnd It lb greatest psD carina
remedy ret discovered. A cure la certain la all case of
Dtspeptss, Weak Breast, Liver Complaint, Oeneral Dehtllly,
fever and Apis, Putrid flora Throat, Spins aod Kidney DIs-
ise, Ac, Ac,
Families should never b without a supply of It In the
house. Directions are fully slvea and particularly adapted
to the diseases for whlhths"Psln Panacea" Is recommended
for sals by drugjrltts everywhere. Be advertisement la
another eolnmn. 61Mtf
PHK8KRVK YOUa BKAUTYi
. IRYMMETRT Or FORM,
TOUR HEALTH AMD MENTAL POWER,
By astng that Safe, Pleasant, Popular and Specific Remsrlj
HELM HOLD'S RXTRACT Bl'CllU.
Read the Advertisement la another column aad proBt by
and Srmptoas Rnomerated.
Out It oat aad preserve Ik Yoa may not no require H,
Bat mar at some Future day.
MIt aires healtb and vifor t the frame,
Aad Moon lo the palld cheek ."
It Saras tons Sufferlnf and tiposur.
Bevsrs of Counterfeits. tmlS Cures Guarantied.
New Ferry at North Salem.
rpiIE mdenuirned wonld give notie to thetravel-
l ing pniiiw mat ne nas esianusiiM a inu rr.ii-
Kl on tti rvmameue nrer, one-nan Dine ueiow me
old ferry, and will ferrr at asy elagt of rater and in
til Alan's of n-amer.
situs or rtRHiaot
1 span of horse or yoke of oxen 35 rta.
Earh additional animal S u
Man and bom I2 "
t-'ontman & "
Ixxioe cattle and horass sack 6 "
fthiNtn and hofra 3 "
We have ex it I lent facilities for ff-rryinir RTOf'K of
all kinds. Our boat will carry 44) head of nttle at
ne time with perfect safety, aad will erne the river
in from 4 lo minuws. s cnr.i.i.i
Kabim. May Kth, 13. UmlUpt paid
Citizens of Marion County,
TWE time baa eosse when it become necessary for
1 thne wishing Ui secure rmrvams to call AT V OK
THINOTON 8, IS flLVEKTON, to purchase tbeir
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY,
For Ir ia now offering tbem for sal AT COST for
II has cm hand larg stock of lb above article,
all of th bevt quality to k found in lb market.
Call early, mil fut, nnd keep caUmt.
Paints,"OiI and Glass,
Puinters' Materials, &c.
Keroscne Oil und Lumps,
-OFFER FOR SALE
Linseed Oil, Mils, and cases.
Kerosene " "
Tanners' " "
White Lead, kegs and pails.
AND A STOCK OF-
. DRUGS AND EIEDICINES
Unsurpassed in the State, in
Extent, variety and
07 Front tlreel, Portland,
i tJEVY lot, juat printed and for sale at the
a. STATESMAN OFFICE.
Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer,
16 & 18 CIIA.11BBRBJ ST.,
(Formerly 42 Chatham street, Now York,)
IITOULD call the attention of Dealers to the artl-
v V clcs of bis manufacture, vis t
, 11UOWN SNIFF. .
sine tfuppee, rure Virginia,
Course Ifappeo, Nuchitoches,
. American Gentleman, Copenhagen
Scotch, Honor Tew Scotch.
Jiigh Toast Scotch, Fresh Honer Dew Scotch,
Irish High Toast, Fresh Scotch,
IV Attention la called to the laruo reduction in
prices of Fine-Cut Chewing and Smoking Tobaccoa,
wuicu win ue louuu oi a superior quality.
SMOKING. FINE CUT CHEWINO. SMOKING.
Long, P. A. L., or plain, S. Jago,
Ao. i, i;avenuisn, or. tweet, rtpitnisii,
No. 2. Sweet Scented Oronoco, Canaster,
Nns. I fc 2 Tin Foil Cavendish, Turkish,
N. 11. A circular of prices will be sent on applica
llon. mayl5 lyHI3
Commercial Street, Salem.
IT. Fl Sill, would respectfully inform
Ills old friends, and the new one nso.lhnt
he ia now opening at hia NEW STOKE,'
on Commercial Slreot, Salem, a
A Large and Varied Assortment
and a FULL ASSORTMENT of
Kill of which he wilt sell at WHOLESALE or RE
TAIL, at prices warranted to give satisfaction, or no
sale. Give men cull, and look at the fine goods, if
you do not wish to purchase. No trouble to show
Ilolfl-Kctpert and Families
wil find it to their advantage to purchase their Glass
ware and Crockerv from me, as I shall ALWAYS
krrpt FULL ASSUll TMENT and nil A T LOU
PRICES for cash or ready pay.
Toys i Toys i
I am also well supplied with an extensive assort
ment of toys, of foreigu and domestic mannfarture.
Opposite Statesman Building, (viletn.
June M, 162. Mtf
DIRECT from SAN FRANCISCO, a choice selec
tion of Jewelry, consisting of Gold Itings.Chuilis,
Buckles, l'ena, and Specluclea. Also, a variety of
(anoy Uoods. Calland see. 1. II. HAAS.
Oregon Insane Asylum and Hospital.
DK. II AWTHOIIXK AND MIIII Rt, IIV
KICIANS AMI IMttlPltlETOHS).
TMIESE Institutions are situated In East Portland
A in a healthy and pteuattiit lix-aiity, near a beautiful
perennial sprintf. Anittloiiccouiniodations are afforded
for the comfort and speedy cure wf those that favor us
with meir natronairu.
Office at Woulberford's Drug Store, Front street,
Portland. 'Ji.i f
J. XV. SOl'TIIEK,
....akd ixronTiH or sTiTiaiiiiir,....
Law, School, Medical, .Miscellaneous,
AMD BI.AIXK BOOKS),
Jnn 0 Htf Second street, Corvallla.
Carringe and Wiitron makers Stock
47 Datteri-Street, San Pranelaro.
rj B. OLEASOX , importer and
am. neater in all Kimls of iak
RIAOK and WAGON MAKERS'
bTOCK, 47 Battery si., hail Francisco, has lor sale
oak. ash and hickory, white wood boards, etc., hub,
spoke, follue, hickory axles, rjoles, shafta, wagon
and buguy bows, carvad and plain carriage part, seat
slicks, Ate Also, iron axlca, springs, nolta, nvela,
nialleaiue iron, enamelled cloth, enamelled leather, pa
taut dash and collar leather t plated. Japan and ivorv
head nails and kuoba; tacks, stump frame i half imt
and three boll axles plain and plated eraba and tips,
f ineauovestoca nasoeen personally aeiecieo;
is of tlis beat quality, and will be sold aa low aa ran b
purchased m tua city or mat.
Notice to Absent Defendant.
rro M BSKI.L It. O'DELL Yon are hereby not!
X nVd that nnlrsoi you appear in the circuit court of
the rttate ofOreiton. Mr the conntv of Yamlnli, on the
second Monday of November, I tot. and atiawer the
crtmn amt of Aoram convert, liiainun. wnicn nas been
Sled In said court against von, and praya udKment
airainst vu for the sum of four bnndred and forty-one
delists and eleven cents, beside interest and coia,tbe
same will b taken for confesaed, and the prayer
tnereot will be grantee nv tne court.
lty opler nf Hon. K. P. ltnise. Judge.
CUMMINS At STEWARD, Attys for Plff.
Jim IHth. I Hi J. 6wl7
Laden Heath, Plff., rs. John Hhelden and Nancy
BY virtu of a dcrrr of foreclosure in the ahov
cause, and an execution duly issued thereon from
the circuit ennit of the Hut of Oregon, for th county
nf l'olk, and to m directed, I will expose for sal as
the law directe, to the biiriieat Doiner for cash lu band
at the court bouse door, in Pallas, in said county, on
Saturday, lb tf-'ah day of July. a. n , ltd. between
the hours of 9 o clock, a. St., and" 4 o'clock, r. at., nf
sold day. th following property aa Oscnhrn: in said
derma of forr insure, hi wit i nitnat in Polk count
and tMota of Oregon, and described as bevinninv it
chains east of the northwest corner of th L of ehum
No. iiiut7s. riw.it being a part of sen. M in said
township, raooin tbenee south 4 cluuna i Ihenoa
i chains i thence- north 4 cbaina Ibene wast i chains,
to the plan of heiriiining, containing two acre, th
same as conveyed to saio Heath hy roinmon hue
and wife, and by earn Heath and wife conveyed lo
.Nancy sbcldesi atortsari, to L aold to satisfy the
auov siKution, cows aa accruing costs
BbsnlT Polk eoonty.
Dalles, JnM Slat, IV 4wl7
C. L. FISHER, Propriotor.
rTMIfi subscriber wishes to inform his friends f
1 and public generally that In will use his ;j; i I
utmost endeavor to pleas those who favor jilji 1
: in r natronaifl nt thn ahnvn mainei!-1 1
hnU'l. The table will ut all times be supplied with all
the delicacies of the season. Good rooms and clean
Hoard por wook, with Induing s)l, 00
Hoard per week, without lodging 3 00
May Ath, 1NM. 10tf
rplIISold furry, known as HUMPHREY'S FEU
L UY, is now in running order. It rroww. the Wil
Oil a DIIIF.CT IIOAD between a.W.KM anil
This ferry Is a good one, and the route is srvsa miri
shortur than by way of Albany, and persons traveling
this way have but one ferry to cross. 6m IHpd
BY virtue of an execution Issued out of the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon for the conntv of
l'olk. and to me directed, in favor of Jumea A. O'Neal
vs. William Gilliam, for want of persotml property lo
satisfy the same, I have levied npou and will proceed
to sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand, at the
court house door in Dallas, in said county, on Hntur
day, the 1st day of Angust, . n., IMS, between the
hear of V o'clock, l. H.uud 4 o'clock, r. u , of said
dav, all the right, title and interest of the suid William
Gilliam, the above named defendant of, in, and to the
following described premises to witi the west lmlfof
a certain tract of luud situate in the county of l'olk
and Slate of Oreg.ua, known and designated In the
anrvevs and plal of the United Sunea as Notification
Np.' S4SM, Claim No 50, and more particularly des
cribed as beginning 11,49 chna.n of the s e corner of
soo. 14 in 1 8 a, r 6 w, runuiui; theuce a 8,28 chuhsi
thence n 41,00 chua ; thence n HG.Ati elms i tlicnco s 84,
14; thence e SH.Iill chna, to the place of beginning,
containing 611 11-100 acres, more or less, to be sold to
sutiafy the above execution, cosis and uccruing costs.
I. M. BUTLER, Sheriff Polk Co.
Dallas, June 2(i, 1H;3. 4wl8
. Attention, Marlon Rifles.
REGULAR DRILL, Monday end Saturday eve
nitigs, at 7) o'clock, at the armory.
Per order, P. H. 0 RUB IIS,
12tf Orderly Sergeant.
WIGHTMAN & HARDIE,
416 and 418 Clay Street,
SAN FRANCISCO, -Importers
and Dealers In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattings,
I I'IIOLSTEKV GOODS,
For Sale in Quantities to Suit. .
as to require artiflciul,teeth would do j
well to call oo Smith & Chanoe and ex-
ttminu apecimeiiB of the above atvle of work, which
for comfort, cleanliness and usufu'luess cannot be sur
passed by any process now in vogne. Substitutes sup-
uueu, ir jiu n single iuumj w no enure set.
8urglca.l and Mucbanicul Dentists,
3ml7pd Ktnte street, Salem.
TWO cuurfcKH, good workmen! constant em
ployment given fur one year at good wugea. Ap
ply to J. M. COULTER, at Salem, Oregon.
niiy mu, 100.1. oMtr
In tb County Court, Milrioil Co., State of Oregon,
TO J. O. EUEKIIAKD, non-resident of Oregon i
Yon are hereby uotilled tbut an action hits been
commenced uuainet you in the conntv court of Murion
county, Oregon, on a writ of attachment issued, and
your property attached tti satisfy the demand of Cus
Zoru, amounting to 1611 C5.MHI dollars and interest due
upon a promissory note made and executed by yon
and 11. 0. Kberhard on the 'Jd day of April, lHlil, In
which yon or eithor of you promised to puy to Cusper
per Zorn or bearer the sum of $105, on the 1st day
of November, IStil , with interest at the mle of SI per
eent Der month. Now. unless vou nnnear before suid
court at the court-house, in Hnleip, in said county, ou
the 7th day of September, 18tid, judgment will be ren
dered aga'nat you uud your property sold to puy the
oeou . ...
Ualed the 7th day of July, 1803. ,
OwlHpaid CASPAR ZORN.
NOTICE Is hereby giveu that the executor of the
Inst will and testament of Jeremiah and Susannah
Jack, doceosed, has tliia day presented hia accounts
and prays that the same muy be allowed for a final
settlement, it Is therefore ordered that aaiu applica
tion be neara antl determined on lueiauty, Aug. s,
IBW. dwIH J.C. ff-tllLKS, t:o. JucJgc,
NOTICE is hereby given that tho undersigned has
been duly appointed by the county court of Polk
county, Oregon, administrator of the estate ot the late
Wm. Allen, of said county and Btute. All persons
bnvinir claims auuinst said estate are requested tii
hibit them within six months frum this dnu, with the
proper vouchers, to said admiuist-ator,at hia reaideuce
in Jackson precinct, Polk county, On-iron.
4wis AHBAL.UJI uir.Ki.i, Aom r.
8pdy and Radtoal Our of Oonorrht, and
all Dlueuea of th Urinary Orf ana.
mHISlu a remedy whirh rnnnirei no ntM!tflnra
JL tmrfnnnR its duty ffiiitkly ami lli-iroiifhl v, leavifitf
no injurious eiiecu eiiutrvo tne eunaunmou or 10 u
It it the remiltof Inn eXerience, mid clow oltwr
THtinn in a nrvn number of chnmi, mid liaa been inva
riably Bticreeoful whew oilier inclicine. or tnalinenti
have failed j tlnii proving itaulf to be a remedy Ion
required by (lie puDlic.
Price, $1 per Bottle
For Mile 1T DruuiiU everywhere. fMe Affent for
the Tun tic Count. CHAN. I,AMIJ.V,
Wholesale Progrint UlrD Com,ii-viHllSireet,
lyZlia Diout t rotu nt., turn r i-huciwmi,
Kotire to Dtbloi's.
DR. A. M. BKLT, biiving ilused his practice at ffo.
lem, has left his account in my hands for col!eo
tion All persons indebted to him for medical services
will please call on me al once and settle.
OliO. P. UEAI.E.
Ralero , June 8th , 1 R03. 3m 1 4
Practical Printers, and Dealers In t
Type, Prttm, Printing MaltriaU,
Ink, Paper, Cards, ,Vc,
510 Clay St.. aliove Sanamnn,
i. S. rslKTIR . BA f UA.M,lSUU.
. St. PAIRTRa
T. r. raiRTxa) Offices fitted out with dispatch. Itf
WE would respectfully inform the
wool-growers that w are again iu
th market, and will purchase, and
PAV, I CAWM,
th hlirhest price. W have effected arratigemmita in
Han Vmiiriem, and the Eastrn ritl, which will
enable ne to pav the market price for wool in Son
f ranatro, less tne ireigoi ana cuurges.
Give ns a call before selling.
Balcm, Oreiron, April IS, IWet. 6tf
.Cheaper and Better flian Candles.
Tl.'ST received, 10 cases superior Coal Oil, white
nd non exoloeire. Also, Swinging. twnd. llrark-
et and Hand coal oil Ijimpe ; wicks, clilmnii-s. shades,
bumeir and brushes in variety, at MOOKhH'
X'O MORE 80AP WANTKD UNTIL FfRTHEtt
11 nntiot. .
lUtf Agent W. W. Unf'g Co.
To Wool Growers.
TH B nnoersigne oesirv to toionn list ym
wool growers of Oregon who may desire fL
to improve their d'lcka. that we hare for saleJljT
a fevr rllOlPK TttOHOrUIIBRKB "
felttRltfO fsHRKI. of th French, ttpanlah and
Austnliaa families of mat oreeo.
JORKPIf HOLM AN,
Partie Inlereated, are respeetfiillv referred to ths
li.,. of Pre..as arorded to the Orrron Hlxlt At
rtrnlturml Koaeto, where It will b ara that the
small flock we now offer to sell from has gained JIVE
s 1 si ia T PHIZKSland O.NK StttoU out nf 7
entriM, ofaxntt tharp competition milk tho ( sAer
la the State.
Addrewa Jidin Mintn, rklem, or tall at my farm, 4
mile tontk of Salem. oo tli sUge rimd.
Iliiving the sole masMgemriu of the fl-k, I will
warrant every animal sold to be r otondrd and as I
rrpi ent h in v.ry xoovodL .1011 N U 1 NTO.
Pnatncn Hili, Harto. Co., April 5, im t9
Importers and Doulera In . , t
WINDOW GLASS, DYE-STUFFS, fcc,
Are ooustuntly receiving, by .
KVKRV Alt HIV Al. FROM Till!
Anil are therefore enabled to oner to their customers
AT ALIiTIVIKS, h KREHII and WELL
ASSORT til) stock from which to
make their seloctions.
Kerosene and Knroaene Latupa. '
Alcohol, Lard Oil.
Machinery Oil for sal at reduced prices. lyC28
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
is constitutional disenae, a corruption of the blood,
by winch this fliiitt becomes vitiuted, wcuk, and
poor. Doing in tho circulnliun, it pervades the
whole body, and niay'burst out in disease on any
part of it. No orim ia free from its attacks, nor
is there ono which it may not destroy. The scrofu
lous taint ii variously caused by mercurial disease,
low living, disordered or unhealthy food, impure
air, tilth suid filthy habits, the depressing vices,
and, above all, by tho venereal infection. What
ever bo its origin, it ia hereditary in tho constitu
tion, descending ' from parents to children unto the
third and fourth generation ;" indeed, it seems to
bo tho rod of llim who says, I will visit the
iniquities of tho fathers upon their children."
Its ctrecta commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, lu tho
lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed tuber
cle ; in tl.o glands, swellings ; and on tho surface,
eruptions or sores. This foul corruption, which
gendoTS in the blood, depresses the energies of life,
so thntscyorTilntiSGonatitiitions not only suffer from
scrofulous complaints, but thoy hnvo fur less power
to withstand tho attacks of other diseases l con
sequently, vast numbers perish by disorders which,
altliotiL'li notacrotiiloua in their nuture, are still ren
dered fiitul hy this taint in the system. Most of
the consumption which decimates tho human family
has its origin directly in this scrofulous contamina
tion and many destructive diseases of the liver,
kidneys, brain, t nd, indeed, of all tho organs, arise
from or are aggravated by the same cause.
Uno quarter of all our nenulo aro scrofulous;
their persons urc invaded by this lurking infection,
and their health U undermined by it. To cleanse
it from the system we must rcuovato tho blood
by an altcrativo medicine, und invigorate it by
healthy food and exorcise. Such a medicine wo
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical skill
of our times can devise for this every whero pre-
vuiluiK and latul miilnuv. It is combined trom the
most uetivc rcmcdiuls tliut httve been discovered for
the expurgation of this foul disorder from the blood,
and tho rescue nf thu system from its destructive
cormcquenccs, Hrncc it should he employed fur
tho euro ot not only scrotulR, but ulso tlioso other
affections which arise from it, such as Kruptivs
and Kki.v Dihkhsks, St. Anthony's i'mB, Kuss,
i.Ursil'CI.AS, l'lMFI.E. 1 UKTULES, liUITCIIliS,
IlLAtNa and llotu, Tuuuua, Tittbk suid Salt
HllF.tJM, Hl'Al.l) HAI ltlMlWOIlM, KltBUMATlSH,
Hvriui.iTio and KIbuviuial Diskamks. l)KorsY,
Dvmi'kphia, Dkhimty, and, indeed, am. Complaints
AiiwiNO raoM Vitiatku or Impuhr Union. The
popular belief in " impurity of the blood " is founded
in truth, for acrofulii is a degeneration of the blood.
The particular purpose and virtue of this Suronpa-
rilla l to purity und regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in con
FOR THK BPEIDY CURB OF
Intermittent Fever, or Fever anil Agile,
Hemlttnt Kevfr( C'htll Fever, Dumb Ague.
Period irnl llrailai-he. or Hlltona llcadarlie.
aiict lllllou Kevere. Intleeil for the whole
rlaae or uueatiee orlKlnniitts; iu nuiary de
ranfrement, raimed by the Malaria of MlaM
We are cnibled here to offer the community a rem
edy whiob, tvbito it ourea the etmva eompUinte with
certuiiitv, in Mill perfectly harailcM in nnv qunntity.
Hurh a remedy ft invaluable in dUtrieta whero tlicne
aimctii'R oiHoracin prrviiii. llii " tritK " expels the
min emetic poiion of Frvrr ami Ant'K fron the
tern, and movent the development of the dineane, if
tukon on tho first approach or 1 -premonitory nymp
torn. It i nut only tho beet remeoy ever yet discov
ered for thii cliu of complaiiite, but alio tho cheap
est. The large quantity no aupply fr a dollar brinpi
it within the reach of every body; and in bilioui dia
tricta, where r'KVRK and Aoum prevaila, every body
ahould have it and iiho it freely both for cure and pro
trotion. A irreat auprrioritv of thia remedy over anr
other ever discovered for the apeedy and certain cure
of Intermitloiita is that it contains no Quinine or tnin
ernl. conaequcntly It produces no quiniam or other
injurious ellecUwhateverupontheoonstitution. Those
cured by it are left as healthy as if thee had never had
Fever and A (rue Is not alone the contequenee of the
miasmatic poiiun. A great variety of disorders arise
from ita irritation, amoi.K which are Aeuralgia, Hheu
mat ism, Gout, Headache, HUndneg, Tooihnchfy Ear
ache. Catarrh, Atthma, Palpitation, Painful Afftction
5f the SpUm.Hv$Urket I'aim in the ifoweU, VoUe,
'nraysis and Dtranpmwnt of the Stomach, all of
which, when originating in tl'iis cause, put on the
iiitrmiittent type, ur become periodical. This " Curb "
expel tho piiiBon from tho blood, and consequently
eurea them all alike. It iaan invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travclliiiK or temporarily re
siding in the malarious districts. If taken occasionally
or daily whilo exposed to th hi feet Ion, that will be
exrroted fnitn tfeo srotem, and cannot aeeumulatc In
sufficient quantity to ripen into disease. Hence it Is
even more valuable for protection than cure, and few
will ever suffer from lntermittents if thev avail them
selves of the protection this remedy affords.
Prepared by Sr. J. & AYEB U CO., Lowell, Xasi.
SMITH X DAVIS, Porlhuid.
SOLD BY AT.Ti DRUGGISTS.
CHEAT EXTERNAL KEMEDY,
lor BhenmstUm, Oont, Nearalgla, Lumbago,
Btlf Neck lad Joints. Bpralns, Brnlscs
Cuts aad Wounds, Pilei, Headaeb,
' and tU Rheumatle and Ner
vous D lsorders.
FIR all of whirh it ia a speedy aud oertain remedy,
mid never hills This l.iniiuent it rtreiuircd from
th rvcipe of lr. tilepben Bweet,of Cuuiteetieut, the
famoua uone seller and baa been used in hia practice
for mora than twenty years with tu moat aalouishiug
AM AN ALLEVIATOR OK PAIV.it is unrivaled
by any preMtralion before tit public, ot which tli
mon akeptical may bn convinoed by a single trial.
ma l. niment w i cure raniu v anu raoicuiir.
Rheumalie Disorders of every kind, and io thouaanila
of caaea where it baa been used it baa never been
known to fnil.
Kult NKUKAM1IA. It will afford Immediate relief
in every case, however distressing.
It will relieve ths worst cases of HEADACHE in
three minutes and is warranted l do it.
TOOTH ADIIK also will it cur instantly.
VOU NHItVOU OKIIILITY AMI (IKNEltAI.
LASHITUllK arising from luiprudHtice or excttsa, thu
Liniment is a most happy aud unfailing remedy. Acting
directlv upon the nervona lisaiws, it strengthens aud
revivifies the syalciu, and ruatorus it lo akulwiiy and
r till 1'Il.r.N. As an external remeoy, we riaim
that it i tli tVii known, aod ehalleiig tli world lo
produce an equal. Evyty victim of this distressing
eoniplaiut should giv it a trial, for ll will not lad to
afford immediate rulief, and in a majority of cases will
eHert it railmtl cure.
yL'INHY ANII HllliK THROAT are sometime.
extretnetly inalignani ana aanuBniua, hni noMiy np
pnrati.m oi tb uinlmeni win nvvwr isii w wurw.
tiPUAINB are sonwiiuir vary obstiual, and en
mructnaut of the lolnts It liable lo occur it neglected.
The worwt case may u conquer! . by thia Liniment in
two or three dsvs.
Illtl'ISrX, CUTS, WOUNDS, ROKEM, UleTKItS,
lll kNH and HCALDH. yield rewlilv to tne wonderful
h. I ing properties of DU. BAKET'B INk'ALLlllLK
LINIMENT, when used according lo directions Also.
CHILBLAIN. HIOsTED rbhT, AND INSKCT
111 I K8 and bTlNUtt.
Every Ilarae Owner,
should hav. this remedv at hand, for It timely use al
the A rat appearance nf laswini will ellectuallv or
vent th-ase formidnbl. disnaasi, to wlikh all horeu ar
liabla, suid which render ao many olherwia valuable
hnrese nestrlr worthleaa.
Over four hundred voluntary iMtimonlals to the
wonderful euraiive pronerue. of Ihia Liniment have
been received within the Inst two year, and many of
then rrom persons ia tno nignoat ran as oi ill.
To avoid Imposition, observe th ftignatnr and
Liken. of Ir. btepben Rvrewt on vry label, and at
ao"htphn Hwset's Inlallibl Lauimant." blow In
,h glaa ot aacu Dotira, wiinont wnu n non are gen
uine. -, ttii.UAUunu.il at iu.
Sol Prenrietors. Norwl. h, CL
UOBTETTkR, BM1TII V IIKAN,
Atjenls, Han Kraiiriai o.
bsb 1 1 n a uaus,
DRUGS 1ND Bim,
PAINTS AND OILS.
rpHE ntlentlon of tlie nnhlle la solicited to my
comprising In part
Alcohol, Cantphene, .
nurnliiff Fluid, Krroftcnc,
Turpentine, Vnrn.nl.cn, '
Coal Oil, Tauner'i Oil,
Lump oil, machinery Oil,
Boiled and Raw Linseed Oil, ,
COAL OIL LAMPS, :
WINDOW GLASS AND DRUGGISTS'
and all of th ' '
POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES
-Toother with an KNDI.ESS VARIETY of
Fancy and Toilet Articles.
r ESl'KCIAL AT1K.NT10N paid to the PRE
8CRIP1ION DEPARTMENT .H . '
W. WEATHERFORD, -
139 Front Street, Portland.
May IBlli. 18fi3.
Dr. Bilker's Pitlrt Pnnneea
8 oompoeed entirely of healing limns, and vegetable
oils und herbs. It is nerlecl Ir safe for th moat deli
cate to uae. 1 can most sincerely any that I have never
Known nny.nowever ueiicate.ui ue injured by it in ine
least I will continue to ask the nfmcted, who have
not used it, to try It for tho following diseases, in hey
are not aatisliod with ita bealinir iironertiet. the mnnev
will be cheerfully refunded by the agent when th
meaicine is lor sine.
If von have Pain In the Rtoniaeh or Rowels, trv a
dot of Pain Panacea internallv.hatheexternally ovei
theiiHita alfeeted, and yon will at one restore Hi
proper action ana relieve in pain. im
If vou have a Bruis or Wound, hatha It well with
th Pain Paniieeii four limes a day. It will relieve
tlie pain, and take nut all tbe poison, and heal the
wouiiu iu a auort time.
If vou are suuVrinir from Nenralirlaor Rheumatle
Pains, apply the Pain Panacea freely, and take n doae
of it internally, in.irahiar, noon nnd nlht; it will not
only cure th pain, hut will remove th canto of the
If vou have the Disnetisin.nnd vourfond distresses
your Bininacn aitor rating, UiKe a doaaot fain ran
ata after ench meal.
If yon bitve a Cankered or Rore Mouth or Tliroat,
aiiply tho Pain Paiiiicea to the all'ecled part, and gar
gie too nioutn or turoat inree or lour timea a nay.
If yon have the Diarrhea, or a relaxed state of the
bowels, tnko a few doses of Pain Panacea, and they
will anon be restored. If yon have a painful aweliing
bnl lie the purta freely and you willsoon relieve Ui pain
and the swelling will lie reduced. If vou have a aa-
vora toothache, apply the Pain Panacea on a piece of
eoiuin,iuia iiiitne me gum ill tne nuie lime i ll win
Biopuie pain iiiBiniitiy.
If yon have a twin in the Side. Breast. Hack or Kid
neys, bathe the part alfeclcd morning and nigbti at
me aame time uta aoae or tne ranacca luternaiir.
If a Moilmr has a Caked Brenatipply th Pain Pan
acen us not aa can ue oome.
If you feel chilly or cold, as tliongh yon were going
to nave a rrver, iaae a uoae oi funarea.
If yon have a wound, cut or galls on yonr horse, ap
ply tli Pain Panacea t it will take out all the Inflam
mation, and heal the sore in a short time. Bold by all
wo principal urnugisia, aon nr
IlfcDINOTON It CO..
59-ttf Kxclusiv Agents.
410 and 418, Front street, Ban Francisco.
Woltir Compact. .
t COOD 801, A It COll PAHS for tale on fair terms.
X Knquire at the ntatestnun omce.
Btilem. llarcb VMi, IHti. 2tf
Opposite Smith's Drag Itor. ialstv
T)KKK HTEAKS. first nnalitv
Lj Ileef aleiika, aeeond quality
Boiling niece from.
.Sto 4 "
.... 10 "
Fresh TALLOW and LARD cnnslanllv on hand.
Give men cail. I gnnninue MlisrHetion.
Bulctn.May 15, 18lU. Xmll
Hides, Wool and Furs.
NOTICE TO MKItl IHTH ATXD FARMKBS.
THE nndorsigticd, liaving made extensive arrnnim
lueni Willi Booi.ot tho I.AItOKNT HOL'HKH IN
NEW YOKK, aro now prepared lo pay THE BEST
WOOL, HIDES, Ail VVR.
Patlle having such ou hand will do well lo Be
them to .Ti. It eOMsxl.uaHtJ aV t o.
1 IV Kront street, Portland, Oregon,
Reference J. Keller At Co.. Itunin Broa.
'l b aliov have couatautly on hund tb. BEST
Groceries), Liquors), Ac
All orders punctually attended to. may 10 I ltf
gCOVILL'8 BLOOD AND
LIVCIl SYHUP curciBcrof
nln, While Swelltng,Kini,g
KtII, Ulcers, Chronic Rheu
niatlaru, Goitre or Swelled
Neck, Ncrofuloias Disease,
and Indolent Tiimort, Mer
curlnl and Krphllltlc AlTec
tlona, Ulceration and En
ktrgcmeuti of Joints, lilaiul
lionet or Ovarlea, I'terua,
Liter, Stleeu, Dyauepala,
Liter Complalnta, Epilep
tic Fits Old Horei, St. Villi'
Dance, Dropsy, and all Dla
eaaei of the Skin, itich a
llheum, Klngworiu, Sore
Kyet) alto, man diaeatet
peculiar to females, such as
. Letirorrlten or U'hltes, Sup
presalon, Irregularity, Ster
ility, or any other disease
arising from Impurity of
the blood. For the cure of
humors there la nothing in
the world ran equal this
popnlur and esteuslrely
used medicine. For sale by -Druggists
REDINUTOM tV CO., Af'ta,
416 and 41 Front Street, . .
4l BAN FRANCISCO.
snLAlMSootl.e United fbatcahd all other klnda
eollectwl.in the shortest poaaibra tinw, and tbe pro
coea nroiniistv remiivu, ui
CHARLES It CABTCB.
Oftr Ho. VW, Trout t , Portland, 0gtv-4wl6. ,
THE OREGON STATESMAN.
from sod Sfur this ltt, ll.t publlostlon of tin Kritui
III be oeinluctwl t,j 0. H. UnnJ.II snd . M. Wsltr. Thilr
faiillltlsa far publishing !h bnl sud chsajieiii oswapapsr la
ths fllats ara do Isss than hsro been possessed by aitf futmer
Ths columns drvottd to readlni msUr always eoustttat
by far ths greaUr portion of lb, ahsrt, snabllni us to sir. a
more full and ooaiplet. summary of pssslag ereots. than any
other a.wspopir In ths Stat..
Of thsfrnf nous, irs shall glrs ths fnshmt and tallest dls
patches attalnabls by monsy, anterprlsa and elnss sUsnttofl.
Ouraumrosryof "Domaatlc Inn." Is anrlysllal, aaS ear
large correspondence from all psrlsof the Stat, will snabl
us to always ontd.. comnstltloo.
We have nomerous correspondents In alt tit mining dlstrUt
who ara r labia men of practical siperlanc and obser
tloa. Their representations, aa published In th. trsTtaail,
saal . 1
msy be relied on aa strictly faithful.
The agrlealtural and ether Industrial Interests of the
shalt at all times receive that mention at ear hands t
' which thttr prominence an Importance entltl. thak
Th. miscellany will In aeleeud with a flew t cuttlraU
gratify a proper read lug taste. We shall not oonlne oar.
i aelras to any particular lafct ot ssleetkiav but aaaka ass f
such matter aa till moat likely he of preunt loternl.
In politics, Ui.tatsius .III be inlcp. Mean
; or faction will be permitted to control its opinions. It will
earueatly advocate th. proaMutlDa of th. war for ths prsssr-
. vatlon of the Union, and will under no clroumstaaces eoaaana
. that th. Oorernrasnt shall b. destroyed by Inter nal or attar
nal fbes. Krnry measure for ths suppruaeton ot the ftsbst
ioa, which our Judgment enmmenda aa tentllng.te that end,
will reeelrt our sealoua auprwrt. While we yield inch efforts
In behalf of the Government, we .hall slso exercise the right "
of temperate criticism at! umssuim which, In ear tad ' ''
ment, embody nil or ilanawr to our republican tasntaltoas, ''
Th. sal ration af the gov em meat ihoold b th flrrt snlWty M
of. very patriot, and whatever threatens disaster lo a, ts
' whatever direction It may come, should meat with pesarsi
rebuke. It will be our constant effort to promote ths right i
and to mak. war upon wrong. , ,
Aa an advartlslng meillum, the srinstua offers superior ,,
Indue meats. Its circulation ts greater and mor. rtnsrat
than any ether paper north ot Oaltfomla. Th.rt Isaet ,
neighborhood from th. Boutheru t the rtorthera bounds has
, of th. Stale, Into which It does not Und Its way j and w asv '
aggerat nothing la saying thst.lt hss mor constant reedes '
. than hare any other two J lurnsls In Oregon.
Th. terms of subMiiptlon and sdrertlelag will for th. prat
tnt remain anchangesl, whea paM I ooln. Ia all east " !
where Treasury Botes are. ofrefsd ws shall charge rates that
will mak. live payment equal to gold. . 1
When paymrnt It mad. In advance (and'w shalt make at a I
Ml. t not enter sny new asms a Don otsr books eieept .
when payment la mad In adtsnoe) subacrlptlo win t -.
charged ,00 per year; 13,00 for alx moatha, and tWM ht ,
three months; A,0a will be charged whar payment
layed sl months, and t,00 It payment la delayed one year. ;
Twenty-fir. per cent, will be aharged (or each eabnaatat (
year's delay. Bills for advertising or Job work will becbarg.
cd at th. asm. per cent, advance ford.lay In sssyaMnt, ' '
CRANDALL A WAITI '
Pnlem. March tth.lam. .
SMITH & WRIGHT,
BueoMtors to COOKS, IIOTH l 0.
BALEM, OREGONi ;
Beg leave to Inform the nubile that we hav
and ar receiving a .
tMCE mwm K.
Which we Offer at REDUCED RATT
Clothing, Boots, Slioos, Hats, Cap.
Bonnets, Shakers, Croceriet, Crockery,
Olasaware, Hardware, Iron, Boll, HIv
eta, Washers, Nut, Springs, Nails, Spike.
Glut, Putty, Saw, Pluties, "Aim, Oy
ten, 8heep Shears, Sqnares, Dry Goods,
Cutlery, and - .
A GBBAT VARIBTT
too nameroaa to mention,
SB . -
All of which w will exchange FOBl
CASH or MERCHANTABLE PRO
DUCB. " ' ,' -
lOO.rXX) Iks. of WOOL wanted in ex
chauge for GOODS or CASH.
SMITH I CARTWRI6HT.
Salem, April 13, ISCU. 7tf
PARLOR AND COOK STOVES
Of ITRItf FATTEBiaj.
Keep constantly on band, and Manufactures
Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper Ware,
On reaaouaU. ttrms.
METAL ROOFINO, and JoSbINO of aD glads,
promptly attended to.
Khop bn Commercial street, Saletn, Oragoa, t door
North of llrowu At Myers'. KUtf
MARDEN k FOLCER'S
fHfJSIIIltll milll COFFEE!
WHICH baa stood tb teat of th II ret clam hotel
in this city (and ia used by them) doe net eoa
lain any of th
UNWHOLESOME INGREDIENTS '
need by foreign invention to giv color or strength,
but is strong enough lo stand upon it owa awrlt. 1
Also, . .
rBRsn CAMroantiA gkoumv
(Apices nnd Mustard!
Which ar admitted by all to bs far superior to Its
ported articleo (and no 1oea rnr breakage ) Jaa
had br ordering MAKDKN A FOLUEK'S JAVA
COKt'Kb or hl'lCtS from any of tb Grooers, ar
Pioneer Steam Coffee and 8pice ClUj.
no. v r rasi atvv.
Btwn rkicramsnlo and Califhrnla,
N. H Our Factory i always open to th inspso
tion of th public, lmlO
JO FICTION, BUT THVTHi
It la enatomary to spenk of many remedies nf th
day in a IIrM and frivolous manner, and this may an
swer wh.re th cue to be cured la of a trifling ehae- '.
actor, and tb rewely presented simple, lint whea "
r cmlUd lo praacrib for disease Bdord only . ,
with excruciating pain, whose terailntulou I oflta
fulul, w. leave fsallng, and frocesd with eamsstawa -
to alter facta which will perhapa rwcu n fellow being (
from a bed of tlckne or th grav, It ia thu that
w woald Introdoe to aur reailera 8C0VIUVS .,
I1L0OD AND 1.IVEK 8YKt!P,ar,a slat that for la
eur of hnstora thm t notkitur la tb world eaaiajsl t
this popular aad atenslvaly nsad atedicirea, ' All drng-
gistaaell lt. KEDISGTON tCO., Agmf, 416 and
411 Front street, Ban k'rmnciMO. 4wlt ',
AT th Stat Fair, hutt Tall, aa Iron mv eTV- ' '
horae colt, abont 5 month, old. It had ao
whit hair nr mark. pt a amall strip at u apaasf t
rt of Iba fae. Had oa muttiaio prwvjat nom-n-
infonnauoa ot aaM eon win o nt ,y
en C ,ke owner.
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Amity, Yamhill Co., May V, IW.
TAKEN I P.
BT th subscriber, living tH M of PnrtW,'
Mnltnomali eonnty. on red steer, wpeioMd t b "
aia Tau aid, beaad4 I on taip. a- a w x
uderWt 4sf, 1 .