The Oregon statesman. (Oregon City, O.T. [Or.]) 1851-1866, April 11, 1864, Page 2, Image 2

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Special Notice.
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A. r. A. M.
HA I. Ittl Minor. No holds lis rcslllMeoomiulll.
OaLlnnaan tii Mcnntl anil lourUl friitaya In ch
onth. Brethren til good stitnillog are Invllerl lo attend.
T. H.CnE,ec.'y. 5111 OkU A. KI'KS, W. H.
' .Ji-wu. I. 6. O. P.
." ."; : OHB.it KKETA UMMM, No. J. ' vr
ml.. , WmluesUy evening, HI IU hall In Uolm.ii . -J
-'WtliW BalMHif, Brother In IPnl standing ere In
vited to attend. BAMUtL K. MAY, N. (I.
, 0. P. Cb-ASDALL, . Set'j. tf
Tak4nomortnpioaniaiutuHMuiM14vint.
IV unplesinrrt tnd dniigerou diseases, ess '
.V P HKMBOLUd EXTRACT? HUCHU,
Which hut rtcvlvvti th emtorprttitnt of th nnit PROMI
NENT Pil VSI01AN8 IN THB Vj. 8., It now ntTarvd to f
filmed hun. amity m ocrUIn rare for Ui following dlseipri
uid lyraptoou ortrtri.il ln$ from dtieuet aA abuit of tlit
Urlntry or bxul OrRtni.
Uwcrml Debility, Menul tnd 1hytlc. Depremlon,
lbc,litT, I)rtrroliiiiHotiof Blood to tht Hwli OonfuiMl
I IdeM, Hytrlft, Ufltirnl Irritability, Reitleiinnii and
' 1 SIplcinnM ftt Night, Absence of Muicutr efficiency,
v , Low of ApnUtj, DyifMrMf, Knwc-mlton, Iow
BplriUt DlinrpAnli.nl on or PartlyaU of tli Or
' i-.ni of 0iimi,nn, Palplutlon of the Henri,
hd, In fact, U tht eonoomiunt of ft Nervoui nt Dr hlliu
Ud grate of the t yitm. 7b iiuntr V14 tjfnittn. out tMiouL
ASK jTGB UKMBuUVS. TAKE NO OTHKR.
CURBS QUARANTINED
Bm tdTertliitnent In woollier dnlumn. wM J
unitary OonquU. UUton wyi, In t1. grattwl of
hti iouiilt : ,
1 MpeAre hftth hr victorias !
, NotlMi renowned than war."
Tht victories which Brltml'i Barmptrillft hiw httu dlly
chltTlnii forth pait thirty yeiiri hdvnfn of iMicUm.
Ttny hftvo Intolvtd the dvfeat of alomit ill humin com
lilnlnU. Scrofulnin iHnnrilen live been rnuted, cnvcri
pungtfd, tmnori oblltprated, nbuceisee hCKkd. eruption! re
mored, fttTeotloni fit the liver curul, tnd ill dlitenifteri frltf
ttifttiiif In an ho rid etmdltloa or the leoretlmii md corrup
tlon In the blood, rapidly overcome,' Scorei of cm id
hapoleM m that of Mr, Alexander Mann, of Kooheeter, New
York, whoie tongue, month, and faoial muaclee wore nearly
gone, have been Ijroupht Ui a trlumihaiit iaeue, and It li
known that In more than twenty thunnand lr.iLai.ee the mott
mllr'nt extt-mal diseases have been permanently cured
hy Krlitul'i HaruvarllU. t All promluent drugylite keep the
article, 1m6
Death tn the Blood. Yn, It li In the hUmd tlmt the
Made of dtaease knd death are engendered. Attack them
Ih.-re with that mlfititlnt of all deterKenia, UrliUil'i B'treepa
rlila, and yon are we. No matter what the complaint,
whcUier iijrofula, eryelpelai, eancer, salt fheum, fever and
afuc, Uvcr diaeaM or billion remltteufc fever, II la throujrh
the blood alone tlmt ihe excltlni; eauee cnii be reached. This
treat antl-poieon nfhtralliee the acrid matter In thevelni
(Mn hin. tha humI litrrlbla disorder BDrlntf. ami bv which
they are ft'd erravated. It atrlkes at the hydra colled
in the venom tvetetn, ami e terminal e It aa enrt ly and ai
wtftly ai Hercules destroyed the hundred hearted serpent of
which mo' lal d Idem per arc the antitype. Bear this In mind
all who suffer, for ft Is rellftously true. Sold by all trusl
wortby AnifiiM.
, flora Throat
CoMiW
and similar troubles, If suffered to progress, result In serious
Pulmonary, Bronehlil and Asthmatic sffeetlons, oftentimes
ItMurault.
(, BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
are compounded so as to reach directly Ihe seat of tlit dls,
ease and tire atmest Instant relief.
Ak ts for Calkmrnlo, Heatugtou k Co., Ban ffranclico. Im4
W During our visit to Lowell we were shown thrnuirh
the laboratory of our celebrated countryman, Dr. S. 0. Ayer.
Hcareely could we har bulleved wlUiuut proof, what is seen
there beyond disputing.
They make a barrel of solid Pills, shnntlMoO doses, ami
three barrels of Cherry Pectoral, 1UM0 doses, per dim.
To what an Inconceivable amount of human suffering does
this point t 1T0.U00 doses a dny I fifty millions of doses per
year 1 1 What acres and thousand of acre of sick beds does
this spread before the Imagination I And what sympathies
and woe I True, not sll of this Is taken by the very tick, but
alas, much of It ts. This Cherry Drop and this sugared Pill
are to be the companion of pain and anguish and sinking
sorrow the Inheritance oar mother Kve bequeathed to the
whole family of man. Hwe the Infant darling has been
touched loo early by the blight that wither half our rate,
lulunrs are affected, end only watching aim waiting shsll
tell which war Us breath shall turn. This red drop on IU ta
Me Is Uia lalisman ou which lis lifeiliHll hang. There tht'
blossom of the world Just bursting into womanhood Is il rick
en also. Affection's most aesldunut care avails not; she is
sMIl fading away. The wan messenger ooinea nearer and
nearer every week. Thla little mend Icsm eat shall go there,
their I st, perhns their only hope. The strong man has,
planted In hi vitals, this tame disease. Thla red drop by his
side Is helping him wrestle with the Inexorable enemy : the
wife of his bosom and the cherubs of his hear! are waiting In
alck sorrow and fear lest the rod on whtoh they lean, In this'
' world, be broken
0, Doctor I Spare no skill, nor cost, nor toll to gtvetho
pertshtnir U-k the best that human art can give. CAlveslm,
Teiaa. Newt, , ....... .. ....
HBitnt There Is nothing more valuable than health 1
without II, Ihe wealth of a OrU'eut can attord no enjoyment, -and
life, lnsti d of a blessing, becnniB a burden. Hoof.
land's German Hitters, to those altllctfd with any disease of
the stomach or digestive organs, will prove more valuable
than a mine of gold, for sale by druggists and dealers la,
medicines everywhere. 1
"iniiox Dominations. , 1
M a iitoK Couktt. Lrvulai-J. 0. Cartwriglit,'
B. L. Turner, J. J. Mnrphjr'I.'U. JlcKifM -.
i County Clrrk Geo. A. EiW ,, ; ; J U,i.
tker,ll tkin'l Uululrick. . .. i
Traturtrlntioa JInmlllon. t
County CowrmUtionorotht. C. Pbw, W. If.
Cue. ... i. , . . n ;
tittp'l Common Rchools2. S. Kuiglit. ;j
Aueuor Wm. Hurtr.
SnrmtyiyrT. W. Davenport , 1
Coroner Ju. 11 Oram . ,
liiH RrpmntutimJ, P. Tntn, J, N. Ptrklm,
H. A. HcC'uruier, Hubert HIhm.
County illeri -Innvm Rlktna. .
- . tilinnj O. W. Hiohnrdwn.
(1 JVitojww T. A. ItijK.
County ComutionerM3iLmn V. Hogue, J. II.
Johnaon.
Atmior B. W. Bednwri. !:
Sckooi SnurinttnHentJ. OnllAgher.
tSnrtryor ft run Cliniraun, . :
Coroner tlnvitl Ki-inoan.
Pol. Ntott Stnotor John A. Fmeer. '
KraittmtnUvni. rt. HiiIdmu, C. Lafullctt. '
CIrk-V. Whiieon. i. , , . ;,
Iwiar M. Duller. , ,
TrM.nrw- Win .(Intnl. '" ,' ' .
. Snv't Com. tSikouU J. L. Collins.
A'Kiinr'X W llnnne.
itinm iforii. Vjnderiou1.
Cnnnif ConmiuiomriJu U. Allen, R. J. Oord-
1 "'cl'ackavh 91'ite Henator-n. W. Eddy. " 1 ' ''
Hrprmntntntt lweii Wmlr, II. W Blilpley, B. T.
T. Kuher. h
County Commutiontro). V Onrrett mid II. W.
Lembrt. .
Clrrk Jnlm M llacuu. ,1 1 .
ttktrif-VI. r. Itafim l " ' 1
Treunrer J.E Miirford. .
Afn'or I!. 0 BovhIou
cAo Sujxrinttn3rntS. W. Silllditll.
Nrrir II. V. Short.
CoronirK. 8. Turtlow.
WucotrHWr-Donnall.
Jirprttrntulire A. U. Horlwid.
County Judpt O. N. Deoiijr.
Clrrk . II. Kwd.
Win-Up Clmrlee While.
TrtamntrH J. WaWroii.
h'urifyr W. Loion. ,.
' Coroner Dr'A. il. KMele.
Hetooi Hnotrintendent . Robb.
TitHlitlM.-vh'enmtmentUi for Joint Senator Jua
Wl'we end li.'r). Hinwhtle. '
JieoreMmtntnei Alpheuelrrktu!, V.C Parker nnd
B. V,. (i.
County Clrrk 1 h. William.
Kktrifi.t.Vnrati. ' ' '
Tremonrtt C. ij4lie. : .; .t .
jtueuor U, L. Lewi.
Mrkool UniKnntrmdrnt G. A. Latliron.
CMnn'iKitr. I In ii. Itavuwiid aud Zila I)iinniick.
Coroner A. ThomHA.
.ANrsrter Julm LeUeralL ' -
B a l HA--Rrprtmrn1at04t OmimI C'liupluiu, Buio
04 I'okV
Hktrtfm-i UxfoB. , ,. . , , ,
l.'M-C. U. Vuarr
County Mfr Noifl Jokaaou. , ,
Trwrtr W. IF. MtK'rearjr.
Commfiomr: A.4irla. Alonte mdiarell.
Snptt PnUte Mootoi. It Klllaoa. . i
Aimuur Juka H- Kire. . ,
Surrrnor i. K. Alaraliall.
l,Aaa ToIr Henntor M. B Craiinton.
Kerntontotifi. li. Cndrrwo., U. Oalliaon. A.
Mn'oniark. ..
County Clerk A. A. KVinuec.
7'raoaarrr J. It, ilray. ... . . .
,Wr-W.II.Uky.
Commiiiiohtrt J. Htiar)!, .1. W. Vanglm. " '
Arnerttor A.'W. loer.
tlckooi aanlo,-l N. HolL i '.
iturvtyor. J. M. lik. , . ,
Cerewcr-U. Hill. . ,
Com an a Collar. Jm'al Riymentrntin Iiuiah
Itarker.
Cou For C-1Brld Mora, Jr.
hkenH A i. Mood.
'i'rtaonrtr C. II. alertlianl. . , .. , ,
Auruork. l. Ilarrer.
Co. CommuiiomriAin Rowley. T. Low.
tfrkool SunenutroJfHl H llirutna.
ferr Hfiiry Wvlroir. i ' ' '
iinfyer cuumunMak .
.('''( mBBnm i
AnovhIR Okicuon Pavmastek. W Irani
tbat Dr. J. W. Dntw, well known In our oill
mdi m jmratiiMinl DemaonU formrrU, and of
lata D W in Uin. Ffu oM Marahaf'i offioa.
tuu brwn appobiuj a, Pkrmaelvr ii the Armr.
It li wbiipered lliat t ie ippolntinent WMrnaila
apun .Ihe apnllcitu-j of tlio Oregon Srimtiu-i,
without Ibe iuon loje of McDriJe. OrtgonU
rFTh Chureh Jimrnal llntra llwl Ihe Oct
brted blind prvnohif, Jirr,-William 11. Milli
oru, for nmny rear nroiuiurnt Mi-itix1le(
luinilter. foiiiKTi' Cliailain In Cmiiin-w, iml
authiw of (nue well kuowa and xiular wofka,
It cDdlll fir nrW In die I'rt leatanl ii.
nopal Churvb. lie ia no a iioVii. of New'
Viirk Ci'r. and hat wad liw ajiplionlioa tn the
BUbof aad Siandiiif Comoiittua of thai Dio
Ojm. - ' ' " ; 'y i
CTLltfrt. WarfWId, a recruiting; ofliorr In
Caraot) City, rr-tt'l, Marok U4tl. a Pt.
ioniaf aamad Wary, who was rtervistug Ilia
uiaaioal volai, In shontioK for Jeff. Utvi and
otherwise mt.luog ,lli tdCoer. Ueut. War
Belel locked him up preparatory to sendioK him
to Fort ChareliilL whera Ii will pack sand uu
(i Imi it iK'rtlii.ud iu lalu Uiw ualli.
MONDAY M0UN1NG, Al'Kll, 11, 1864.
I'or l'rcfldiint in 1HIH,
A 1 1 1 A 1IAML11N O O.LIV.
For Prrtidential Elerlori.Qtmrw h. Womii, of
Waero , H. J,. George, of Mnn i Jaa. V. Uailey, of
Loui(laa.
tor Confrrtii J. Ii. D. Ileiidermn, or I.biio.
For State Printer -H. L. l'iltork, of tliilmoinuh.
Fi r Juitt ofli Judiiitit VUtrict.H. K. blraltvii.
of little.
I'rotrtmtinti Attornett.J. Y. VVHteon, of Donirlan.
For JuJee of 2d Judicial Dttlrict.ll. V. lloibe, of
Mai-ion.
For Protecutine Attomet.Hnfm Mallory, of
MHrion.
4( Judicial Dinlnrt-For Protecuttng Attornry.
E. W, Ilodirkinaoii, of Jlnlliiomah.
btk Judicial UutriclFor JudmJc. (I, Wilton,
of Waico,
i For Proteentmf Attorney. C. R. Meiat.of Watco.
Baa Franeleeo Annoy. P. Fnaiia, ttt) W.h.
ln,ton ttrcet. Btn rranoiieo, Cal., It the aulhorlird agent
for Uiw Statuman, arl wlU trtuitct all builnrii Tor our of
floe at thit pltce. .
The Nfateamno hi a l.mwr ctivulotloii ttinn
all' otllrr Piip,r In f h Mlnlr, nod ll Ihe
Uetl Nrillum for Atlvrrtlti'rii.
COPPERHEAD CONVENTION,
Thr rebel tympiitliizurt hava called a Con
yentinii to ustemlile at Albanir ou the 1 lit li of
the prewnt inontli, tn noniinate ci.iiiliiUti't fur
Cimgrt'M, State Printer, Pretiilential Electora,
Sco., to bo beuten on the firnt MonJ.ij in June
ui'lt. . We do not venture any prediction aa to
who will be crowned with the diibinm honora,
nor have we any advice to offer to the Cooven
tion.
One rumor givct Ben Knydcn aa the
candidate for Cnngrett, and a fairer roproeen
tallvo of llio party could not be selected.
Ahiinilonce of bran, tentoriuo lutigi, ready
command of word", and marvellous faculty fur
inventing facta, nro hit chiof qualification ;
while, at the same time, he is emlinrrntsed by
no favtidious regard for trnlh, or alianio for bis
former political inconnletencies. Ho is ready
upon the stump, and effective if bit hearers
are ignorant enough to fail to detect his per
version of facta.
O'Mcara, too, ia said to be ambitious of tin;
nomination porhaps he may even hope for nn
eleolinn. Graduating in a Knownothing lude
in California, became to this Stntn in 1858,
managed to make himself a oamlidutu fur
Slate Printer on Ihu Kaltoiiul" ticket that
year, and reoeived the votes of a largo part of
the repnbllcans of that day. Since the re
hellion he ha been one of Ihe most outupokon
secetsionist in tbe oountry, and as the editor
of the Eugene Review, has made his opinion
well known to the public. If lie is nominated,
Long Tout will rejoice and so will we for
the issue will then be rqunrely made. It will
be plainly Henderson ami Union, or O'Menru
and dissolution. Thore will be no qiiexlion ns
to the result.
O'Meara is a fluent speaker, and baa a
ohrnnio ambition to appear before the public
If not nominated for Congress, lie probably
will be for State Printer or Elector, and may
be counted on as a canvasser in the coming
campaign. , . ..
Col. Kelly, J. 8. Smith. L. V. Orover. ftnd
other names, are mentioned in connection with
the Congressiopal nomination, but individuals
who have character or business to saerilioe, arc
not like J tn plaoe themselves before the people
when oortaln defeat will he accompanied by
the reproach of association with traitors.
rf Judge 0. A. Lochraue of the Superior
Court, Mnenn Circuit, Georgia, in a recent do-
oion, "held it was not only tho right hnt tbe
duty of a nation to protect i elf ami that nny
contract or right flowing nut of the operation
of law which came In oouflict with the preser
vation of the Suile was an utiooimlitutiuuul
aot not obligatory nn the law making power
and within tbe constitutional power of the
Government to repeal."
Will not the reliel stump speakers of Oregon
quote this rebel authority occasionally when
inveighing against thu exercise of every power
the Uuited Slates Government has to protect
itself?
Ji:T RioilT. -Senator Conuess his written
a letter In which he say that in making
change in office, he has hut one concern nnd
that i tn establish a higher standard of politi
cal morality in State and nation. "No man."
he pays, "shall remain in public station hy my
consent, who is a traitor, or who sympathize
with slavery, or who steals from the public, or
who get drunk, or who neglects hit duties, or
who is incompetent."
Orkoon ok tub Committkks. In tlio of
flcial list nf Senate Committees, it appear that
Oregon is represent d on the following : Sena
tor Harding it nn the committees On .Yuc
Affairi, Public Lantli, Primilt Land Ctttitns,
Contingent Expeniti of Ihe Sennit, and Con
duel and Expenditurei of the ICiir. Senator
Nesmith 1 nn the committees ou Military Af
faire, Indian Affaire and Rteolulionary
Claim).
VV Ex-United State Senator Yulee.nf Flor
ida, it is said, Is about to take ndvantoge of
the President' Amnesty Proclamation, and
assist iu bringing back Ins State into the Union
He wa an early supporter of the rebellion, but
ha never held oflicu under the Confederate
government. -
Fiixwohs Gkts am Unkind Cut. -Mo
Clellan, th imitator, as now appear from
certain Indiscreet revelation wlneli a New
York Herald editor ha made, hastened to
New York a soon aa ho heaid that General
Grunt had declined the democratic nomination
for the Presidency, and, putting himself in
coiumunicatioii with the Herald man, followed
Grant's example; but in doing to lie could not
conceal hi luilicnalinn at thu uuilacitv O! Mil
lard pilluioro iu presuming to euler tlio list a
a possible dfUinaratto caniltilato. Hi re i ins
languago aa reported by tlio Herald t
"I do not want to be President, I do not de
sire to Iw Presidviit, I have un aniliilinn tn
ba PresideuL 1 am too young ta lie Presi
dent. If I were elected President, my term
nf offioa would soou be over, and thru 1 should
be au ex-President while still a yming man.
Aud what an ex-l'resiJent is, and bow lie is
trevenled from doing aiiyllnng rlfectively, you
now a well a I do. No. My ileenv, tuy
ambition ia to be restored tn mr former nosi.
tion iu the army, so that I may help u save
my onantry, nil. II necessary, mat 1 may die
for h.r."
It would not he a matter of wonder if Fill,
more' friend were Iu overhaul the Herald't
(lie and reproduce iheretrom the advice which
it gave a young t'russiau otnoer who recently
soon lit a liiuh otlicv in the arinv.lliiii he iniirhi,
"if necessary, die for the country." Ho was
assured by the Herald that it was not nt all
difficult to gaiil admission to the rmiks, where
Inschanoe lor Immolation Were qui aa Hut
trring as they onald lie ou a Heneral' el a If,
mile away from the scene of oontliot.
Vt From J. W, Sullivan. San Fraooiapo,
we have rwlied the' 7Vii Almanac for
lt?U4. the mot valuable publication of the kind
issued. , Also, llarper'e Weekly, Frank Lee
lit, and other pictorials. Sulitv iu lis fur sale
the Uluelrmteel London Almanac fur 1804.
Pnnck'e Almanac for 114, and Zadkttie Pro-
jihttic Almanac for IWI, aud diver other.
THE KECKNT RISE IN (.OLD.
It puzzles a good many people to understand
the cause which have occasioned the recvut
rise in gold ten peroent. since ihe 1st of Jan
nary, 1814. The sudden rise in gold between
the IpI of January ami thu liisl of March, SC',i.
from 3 o Ti per cent, preniiinn, win) easily
accounted for. Wo hud, in December, 1H(!2,
but 1()(I.(MH),0(K) of government 'currency in
circulation. Hut iu .lunnary the amount was
raised to $2.r().00().(KKI, and by tlio lust of
March to :J4.'5,(Hl(l.l"Jl). The issue of thu war
was then doubtful. We had just sustained the
Peninsula, Seod Hull linn, urn! terrible Fred
ericksburg defeats, and the rejiels in Mississippi
were suecesslul'v battling all the energies anil
strategy of Uraiit mi his brave army to dis
lodge them frvm Yirkhure nnd re-open the
Mississippi toJhe trado of the Northwest.
The Copperhead wvre forniidablo In the free
States. Ihe Aortnaeel waa neconnug resuve
and dissatisfied with the Suability of the Gov
ernment to open ap their great artery of trade.
There were copperhead victories in New York,
Penniylvauia. and Indiana, and the copper
bend leader in those nu.l other States, were
auilucioii and aggressive. They boldly de
manded peace aud compromises (villi treason,
ami the couutry knew very well that these
lliinps looked to the ultimate repudiation of the
national debt. The Government failing, all ita
measures would fail too, nnd its currency is
sued and debt contracted, would bo repudi
ated by the several republics expected to rise
out of the ruins of the Union. To compensate
for this dark picture, iu March, IBM. we had
the battle of Stone river and the partial vic
tory of Antietam. Thev brought Mile conn-
deuce to the country ; and therefore, aud from
all these causes, gold suddenly went np from
tliirty-nve to seventy two per cent, premium.
No such cause exist now. The itilf back of
the rebellion is broken, and none know tins bet
ter than moneyed men. What, Iheu, are the
causes of the advance iu gold, since January
1st? '
Iu the last year Government has increased
thu paper circulation from $34.).000,000 (which
It was ou the last ol March, IBU.J) to $478,
000,000. which is the amount now in circuln
tion, We believe this paper money is pcilcot.
ly sound, and that it will ultimately be as good
as gold, but such no increase in the circulating
medium could not hut allcct the relative value
of iiold and of every other merchantable com
modity, for the present. The iteuernl use of
pnper money in all transactions has ruled gol
out of circulation, mid the ignorance or want
ol coulidi'iice in many persons in the sound
ness of Government pnper, has doubtless caused
million of cold to be locked np, while the Uov
eminent itself has from thirty to fifty millions.
collected lor duties, shut up in the treasury
vaults. Thu drain of gold limn England and
Franco duriiii; the last year tn pay the halunce
of the cotton trade against them in favor of
India. Krii7.il and r.gypt amounts to over
$l!iO,000,UUO; and thia has caused rates of
interest lb advance in Paris and London
from four anil live to eight pur cent. The ud
vauce in those market bus drained all foreign
capital from the United States, which again af
fects the value of gold here. Our mines never
yielded so much as now; but nor imports dur
ing Ihe lust three mouths, according to Hunt's
Mcrchanl'e Maiuiine, very greatly exceed our
exports, and this draw the gold which would
otherwise bo in general circulation, into the U.
S. Treasury. This is cxuully where the dilli
eully is. There does not appear to be an unu
sual scarcity of gold iu the country, or a pros,
pect of nuy. The bank of New York have
Hilhin 8800,000 us much ou bund now as at the
opening of tne year ( and the estimated receipts
lor Ihe year 1H04 are $141,000 00(1. while the
estimated exports are but $101,000.00 '. So
Unit nu are actunlly acuuiiiulnliug gold more
rapidly now than ever before iu the history of
the country. Wo quote Irom Hunt:
"Tlio advance iu price, under the steady de
mand for export and customs, was about 8 per
cent, in the moiilli of January, and the quiiiitiiy
reoeived from California declined considerably.
As a consequence Ihe available stock wa much
diminished. The Government paid out during
Ihu month for interest on the public stock due
January 1. $6,000,000. anil received back about
as much Irom the customs, while the bank lost
comparatively h small amount. The large part
nf that exported was apparently derived from
the interior. In view of thu probable decline
if exports for the coming year, the available
stock of gold become a source ul solicitude, mid
various estimates Iiuvh lieen made as to the
supply and deinsnil. Tbe latter has been sta
ted at SIUI.OUU.000 Tor the year, or an average
of gj.UUO.OOO per week, while the former is
computed at $141,000,000, including that in
banks and the prolmhlu supply from England.
It is, however, thecuse that ns gold rise in
price tl.ere is more disposition tn hold it, aud
consequently I,. is available for export, and
Die payment of iluliea becomes moro onerous.
Pushed to au excess, lliis would of course stop
imports aud also the ability of the Government
to pay interest ou it stock."
Another cause of the rise in gold, and per
haps the best one, i given in our Magazine
authority. He say that, m gold baa becoui-
like overy thing elie, a merchantable commodity,
and as, by tbp inflation of the currency, the
withdrawal of a million, and u-hall of men from
produulivo industry, aud the wsate of war, nil
arlicles of innnulauliire and consumption have
ndvanoed in price, therefore gold most advance
like everything else- Thus tilty-live article of
New York commerce, quoted in the price cur
rent, of January. M'ti, (w hen gold was at par.)
at a tobil value of $801, raised to $814 when
gold wa at a premium of 1) per cent.; tn
when the premium nn gold waa 3,; aud
to $1,5-4 when tile premium had risen to 72 in
March, IStfcj. From tin it appears that gold
has appreciated much less llitiu merchandise.
On this branch of tlio subject the writer iu
Hunt, fruiu whoui wa take these ligure, re
mark :
"These figures show the fact that most com
modities have risen rapidly iu price, while gold
ha remained comparatively atntionnry. The
rise ha all'euled every article ou the list, aa well
those whiuh were of Western origin and great
staplo exports as those which were of Southern
origin nnd of which Ihe supply waa out oil' hy
the war. The decreased supply of any impor
tant articles of uoinmerue necessarily, by sub
stiliitiou, causes a rise iu most other similar
comuioditie. and raw materials, produce im
porters' and inttiiuluoturcrs' goods have all risen
iu value, but in ilillerent decrees, as they have
been more or less elleoled by the war and tbe
Government demand. In liiuei.if war, a nt
present, three leading Influences come into ac
tion. 1. lire Winahle paper money. 2. Great
decrease in production, as iu the case of notion
and lotion goods. 3. Great and unusual de
mand for all article used for the support of
armies and lor tlio unavoidable waste which
attends (he conduct of a campaign. Now it will
Iw observed that when other articles liuve been
under these lulluence. gold ha nut beeu elleo
led by tbeiu. It prnduoiiou has been uudiiuiu
Ished, ill consumption and use have been great
ly decreased, because il has Iheu thrown out of
geueral circulation, ami the stock in Ihe banks
and hull-Treasury is not leas than it waa. Ou
other hand, all good have diminished m tupply,
aud many au-tain au unusual demand, as in the
O ise of wool. Under these eirciimsunoc it is
evident thai gold ought to have risen less iIiaii
any other article, it price should be rather less
than the actual depreciation of paper, while the
other articles should be a great deal more. Ac
cordingly, wa Hud above that In the last six
month gold has remained stationary at about
fifty two premium over Ibe price of January,
IrjtU, while tbe price nf all other commodities
has risen 111 percent. Thus gold represent
something less lliiin the real depreciation of Ihe
Government money, and the oilier com uimlit r
something more, and Is higher than the real de
preciation of paper, under a very latgv Govern
ment demand." Stockton Independent.
fir" A few day ago, in Judge Shepherd
Court in Saji Franciaoo, au old practitioner at
th bar. Patterson, wa 'prohibited from de
fending a prisoner, because he had nut taken
the alb ol aliegianro. ,
K3T The attention, of builders is called to
the advertisement iu to day' issue soliciting
bid for the building of a Court Ileum- iu
Albany.
THE RKSOl lH ES OK 0111 STATU.
We propose herealler to devote some purlieu
of our colunius every week to the discussion of
local questions, or subject connected with tlio
imiiieilialu interest of our own Stale.
It shall bo our aim in these aiticles'o point
out an il set before our renders the character
of our' undeveloped resources ; In impress all
ol our citizens with the reul value of thu land
of their adoption, and to describe it as it ia to
our readers in other portious of our country.
We hold that no couutry is so prosperous, as
the one which ia able to live within itself, or
the one which does not depend upon foreign
imports for tlio various arlicles In common use,
and that therefore w hoever aids homo manu
facture, or succeeds in Die production of any
article that otherwise would have to bo impor
ted, benefits not only himself, but give mate
rial aid to tho section in which he lives.
Of oourso we would not discourage a free
commercial intercourse witli other portions of
our own couutry, and with foreign nation.
Tluae are to be encouraged., There are many
artiulea which from the nature nf our climate
and other causes, it ia impossible fir us to pro
duce; and iucIi articles can be obtained only
by a free interchange with other qnurtur of
the globe. '
- Hut what we desire to advocnto is such a de
velopment of our own resources, agricultural,
mineral au 1 mechanical, that we may not have
to scud the gold and silver dug from our init'.ei
out of the country, for tbo purpose of- obtain
ing those necessaries of life that might, with
proper industry lie produced at home.
It is a common remark among thinking men
that tho real merits of our State ure too little
appreciated by those who have adopted it as
their home, nnd too little understood by persona
abroad. One reason of this evidently is that
the question has not been discussed sufficiently
hy the priss, Persons who have settled on
this ooast were not driven here hy persecutions
and tyranny at home, like thu pilgrims nf old,
hut cnino of their own choice, most generally
for the purpose of bettering their condition in
life. Hence many of these persona, who have
been disappointed in their piospects, tnlk and
write disconragiugly of the country. Many a
donatiou claimant in Oregon lias settled down
upon his section of land in the Willamette Val
ley, and opened a "truck patch" on ono cor
ner of it, who decs not know that he is the
owner of a sufficient uinoiiii', of land to sup
port ten respectable farmers iu New England.
And the want nf appreciation is not only in the
agricultural department, but In many other
respects the resources of our State are over
looked or underrated by our people. It can
hurdle be said, it is true, that tho mineral de
partment has been overlooked, for the fame of
our State aud the adjoining territories as a gold
bearing region, has gone forth iulo ull the
world. And yet we think the future will de
velope the tact that the iron, copper and lin
that recent discoveries have brought to light in
different portions of our State, ure items of no
less importance than the gold and silver. . Then
there are our water privileges, and manufactu
ring capabilities ; the question of railroads,
and iiiuuy oilier questions of vital importance
that will come within the legitimate scupo of
these grticles. It would be impossible in one
or a dozen article' tn say nil that may bo said
upon each or the points herein merely hinted
nt. Aa occasion ofTirs, wo hope Jo discuss
them nil. And it shall be our aim in thia dis
cussion to hold up out Stale in it true light
before our people nnd before the world.
AFFAIRS IX SOlTHEItX 0REG0X.
Tbo Sentinel of Mnrcll 2d publishes a com
munication from Hon. Lndsay Applegate.in
relation to the location ol Fort Klamath, and
other matters iu Southern Oregon, in which nu
tuuderness for T'Vuult a' Col. Drew is exhib
ited. He says t
One of tho principal objects to be attained by
the location of a fort was the protection of emi
grants coming into Sotithe'n Oregon : aud it will
be roiueiubcred that Col. Drew's letter to Uen.
Wright, sotting forth the recussiiics of the estab
lishment of a military pest, enumerated many
outrages committed by Iidians upon emigrants
and others on the emigrant rend, three-fourth of
which occurred iu tho viriulty of Woody Point,
(loose Lake, and even as ttr east as Humboldt, ns
cause for the location of a fort, and to check
these outrages, and to give protection to that por
tion of tho emigrant road, was ihu post ordered.
All thia has Colonel Drotr Ignored by establish
ing tho fort at least forty uiles from the emigrant
road at the nearest point, and separated from it
by Upper Klamath Lako ! and ou the nearest por
tion ot the mad there never had been the least
ditliculty from the Indians.
A proper location of lb i fort would hare insured
tho opening of a road ta Itoisn, Humboldt, and
other eastern gold fields, thrniigh a natural pass,
possessing many iiiducciuents.oue ol which vvotiid
on its practicability in tho wintpr season, through
which the produce of Southern Oregon would find
au outlut to tho eastern aiines, on the most direct
and only practical route.
Tho editorial uolunnie of the Sentinel also
contain nn article censuiing Col. Drew's dila
loriuea in sending nn expedition into the In
dian country, and alleging that tho patronage
nf tbe military post at Khinialh Lake has been
given lo copperhead.
The course of Col. Drew lias provoked se
vere censure, and ha been the cause of hitler
controversy among citizens of Southern Ore
gon. We behevu that complaint led to a
military investigation in October Inst hut the
result bo never been given In I he public.
An extract ia also published from a h-lter of
General Alvord, dated 14lli Feb. last, to Gov.
Gibbs, showing lti.it the expedition intu the
Iu.liun ouuutiy east of the Cascade Mountain
was first recommended by him and not hy Col.
Drew, as wa claimed iu Ihu Intelligencer.
Geueral Alvord says i
I shall recommend to Ibe General commanding
the Department that troops he sent to traverse
thoroughly the whole region between Auburn
and Canyun City and ilia California lino. I hope
tn pm two expeditions in tbe field ibe whole sea
son for that purpose, against the Mnake Indians
one from Fort Dall southeasterly, and one
from Fori Doiia westerly and southwesterly. I
shall alto recommend a movem-nl from Fort
Klamath easterly! but a that post is not in my
district. I cannot spak so definitely in reference
In it. Thus you will perceive that it ia hoped
that tha troops will be able to assist the mining
population in prospecting, occupying and esplor
log that portion of Oregon east of tbe Cascade
mouuMius, which is uow a eeuter of gnat inter
est to the public ou this coatt. It contains, no
doubt, Immensely valuable mineral deposits.
Wa Iraru that the expedition from Fort
Doise and Dalle will Mart sudor oomu-and of
Captain Drake and Carrey at an early day,
and we anticipate result valuable to the coun
try. We hope that General Wright will order
tbe available troop of Col. Drew' command
lo I e used in the same direcliou.
Congress ba receully appropriated $JO,000
lo enable treaue to be tuade witli tbe Snake,
Modoc, KhtiualU, and other Indian tribe in
habiting South eastern Oregon, and lb pre
uce 'of military force will be opporluue iu
f nsbliug CoiUHilsiiouer lo conclude favorable
lieatle. Itn proper energy wim juuieiuu
management, the vast regioo el or the Cat
cade Mountains and south of tha setllcuicut
pf the Upper Columbia my all bo explored
aud oiieuvd Iu toltleuieut before) next Winter.
As yet, very little Is known of it. but there W
reason to suppose that explorations w ill develop
,.i ,,lv rieh mineral denuiits. lint agricultural
hind ol value.
T WE LATEST.
BlT.CIAL DISPATCH TO TIIKOIlKlinN KTATKSMAN.
Kmoxviixk, April 3, IHtH.-Gc'n!) Htoneman
hits advanced to Bull' Gap, The railroad and
telegraph are In order, but the uriiljres are des
troyed ; no rebel force appears this side of Wati
ns. river.
LniiiNVllt.E, April 3. Military authorities
hava no apprehention of any extensive raid Into
Kentucky at present.
The Colombia, from New Orlosns March 26th,
reports our forces still pushing up Rod River,
The 82d Ohio cavalry reached Alexandria on
l ho 14lh. lav itior marc led 7U miles in nvo nays.
HO or 00 prisoners wero taken. Thero was slight
-,.!.-.!-l.f- l.t-1. , 1 .1...,.
BKirilllsuinu;, wilien nimru ,u.,-nit mi.jo.
Portland, Me., April 4. rne ninernisn.irom
Liverpool March 84th, arrived, Maximilian was
to loavefor Mexico on tho 14th April.
Nkw Yoiik, April 3. Advice by Columbia
from New Orleans state that our fleet was awaiting
a rise of Red river to be able tn pass the falls. Our
gunboats have captured over 4000 bales of cotton.
3000 bale were burned by tlio rebels, on board the
steamer Walls City.
A Washington special snys Ooneral W 1 is
to command the troops in General Butler's deport
ment, and personally conduct military operation.
. General Meade, in his statement to the War
committee, asserts that he never issued an order to
retreat from Gettysburg on the 2d July: It was
done by General Butterlield, without orders,
CAtitn, April 2. Memphis dales to the 1st state
that 800 federals had a fight near Somervllle, Ten
nessee, with 15U0 guerrillR.: 'After fighting four
hours, they fell back, leaving 50 or 00 killed and
auite a number wounded. '
PoiUJLAND, Oregon, April 11. Tho steamship
Panama arrived at 4 o clock yesterday morning.
She encountered heavy wealber most of tho way.
The pursor furnishes us with the following memo
randa :
Ou the 8th of Aoril. discovered tbo wreck nf the
hark Ocean Ilird, Captain Blake, from Paget
Sound, bound for San 1 rsncisco. Stopped steam
er, aud sent a boat to the wreck and brought off
the captain and crew. The Ocean bird left Puget
Sound on the 18th March, in company with the
bark Rival ; encountered heavy iralos from the
south and southeast, until tho 30th April, when
alio capsized, The men were on the wreck from
Sundny mnruing until Friday morning, without
provision or water; C.iptilu Blake and part of
the erew were badly frozen.
the Panama sails for Panama nt U P.M. to-uay.,
Cfi The Eastern News published tu duy, is later
than can bo found iu other Oregon weukliea, and it
the only diiputch received from Sacruniento since our
last istuo.' (
Vancouver Itkm. Tho majority of tbe
troops that have been stulioned ut Vancouver
during the past winter have gone in pursuit of
Snake Indians only about ninety men remain
ing : Capt. Owens, Infantry, bus 27, and Cupt.
Culdwell, Cavalry, has G3.
The common council has taken the initiatory
steps to aecuro the city A good wharf, for which
purpose un appropriation of $10,000 has been
made, and all moneys received from licenses,
etc., iu uddition to a 5-uiill tax, uru paid iulo
tho Treasury to disburse that amount.
The District Court of Washington Territory
has just closed it session at Vuncouver. The
cueeof Mrs. Edwards, charged with murdering
her husband, was decided against her- und she
ia under sentence to be executed on the "0th
of May. Piscli has been indicted ns an acces
sory, und will be tried at the next term uf court
lloituiuLE MuituEK. Ihomaa Mondly, a
blacksmilh, working at Callahan's ranch, Sia
luyou county, waa found murdered neur tiii
cabin ou Saturday, mutilated in a most horrible
manner, iieiug chopped with nu ax iu the uacu
breast and abdomen, and hi bowels protru
ding. Suspicion points to a certain party whose
uuiiie it is not permitted Iu mention. sentinel
rE""A dispatch from Washington, dated Feb
nary i!u'll, say :
Caleb Lyon, of Lyondule, nominated Gov
ernor of Idaho, by Lincoln, squeezed through
the Senate to-day ; Senator Councss crowding
him hard with a speech resisting his confirma
tion. '
MARRIED.
On the 1r3lh of Mtreh, tl th house of the brides father,
hy Rev. K. P. Hemlrrson, Air. Charles Culvert tnd Misa
Mnrtlis Ann BniUli, nil nf Marlon cuunly.
Hnri-li 81st, ley Ker. O. M. Kr.-ue, Mr. M: D. I. Crooks, of
Josephine county, and Milt Mary J. UitnitM, of Marloa
county.
In LnryrUs, April 9d, by 8. 0. Adnms, Mr. John Sargent
anil Mis Pliurhe fc. Host, ill of Yaothtll eouaty.
Xiar llilw.ukl.!, March SI, by Kv. O.C. Slntlou, Mr.
Wm. Rviis sail Mis Mttrr Bnillh.
In Hulk conmy, April 8,1, hy Rev. W. T. Iltlty, Wm. B.
Orimml nod Mis SnrnliJ. Joott.
Iu Mllirnuklr, April oth, by Kev-Tho. r. Scoil, D D.,
Capt. llro. H. flnniler. ol Portland, and Mil Maria h. Fos
ter, toriaerly of Unrdlocr, Malue.
tn Kerbyvllle, March SI, by Haana, J. P., Mr. Oeo.
Thrasher sua Mia Louist Hrown.
Iu Klim'l Valley, March ittti, by Key. Ittac Miller, Oorp'l
0.-O. W. Erwln, of JJ Company, Ith tnlaulry, Cl. Vol., and
Milt Margaret M. Ilalleck.
DIED.
Ou Bull creek, Marlon county, March 80, Alva B. son of
T. P. ami Snrali Jack, nseH about 8 years.
At Fl. Walls Wnlla, March So, John T. Mtlhlu, or Co. E.
0. V-, aserl 46 years.
Same place, March it, MUJIcton, of Co. II, W. T
Ilifnutry, a,ed 40 years.
Of .otrlel lever, Iu O ik (trove, March It, Ellsa t- Condra,
ate.1 alHu V years.
'AI the Uslle, April 8d, of Panama fcrcr, Auio D. Fool,
agei t& years.
Al lite Dalle, April I, of typhoid fever, Lulu, daughter of
A. W. r.ricusoa, nsed 8 years.
In Henton county, on Uie 8il In!., or olcertlion of Ik
hms, Mr. Nancy White, ass.1 U yean.
In Douslss enuiily, 87th alt, of scarlet fever, Emm,
youuseit Unughler of W. H. B. and Ann Dlenlorff, aed 8
year.
Ai Cenlervllle, April 6th, of trarlet fever, Harriett L.,
daushler of R. an-l H. M. Jsckson, nved 8 years.
At I'olituiu Farm, VI, llih ull., Henry Neh m Pear,
Hon. HuUson Bay Comimny't service formerly, ana lur sev
eral year In charge of Ihe Cowlilt Farms Eattles, W. J.,
aged 4 yesrt.
AT MOORES' HALL.
Ou which Occiuion-
SALLIE B. THAYER
Will appear as PAULINE.
Tbe Entire TIIESI'IA ( O.TIPANY in
Favorite Parts.
ON THURSDAY EVE., APRIL 14, 1864,
Will l pirjtafnttd ntrLWKR l.TTTti.i'i Culebm
lel Flay, in & Act, t-ntiiiVil,
THE LADY OF LYONS,
OH. I.OVK AIMO PHIDK.
Clamle Melnotte PieriM.nt Thaver.
IVuliu Salbe K Thayer.
Per order. D W. JUNES.
Pres't Salem Ttiespian Society.
Don't forget to sow j our Flaxseed,
1 1 AI.F Bushel to the acre.
11
Aptil II. lw
JOS. WATT.
BROWN, MYERS & CO.
HAVK just received a LAIHIK STOCK of good
(rotn San Francisco, embracing everything in
their line. Particulars neat week. Look out for tneir
advertisement
ShrrtlT Snlu.
Sarantl Brawn, Coropl't vs Joseph Hehert, Etther
llebrel and f. X Mallhien, Deft.
BY virtu of a decree of foreelntnre in the ahov
entitled CMnte, and an execution duly iasaea there
no from the Circuit Court of Ibe State of Oregon, for
the Connty of .Marlou and lo ia dim-let, by tha
Clerk of said conn, I will expo for sale, aa the raw
directs, at the Conrt Home door, in Halrm. in Marion
Cnnniv, Slate of Own, on SATLKOAY, THE
?TII DAVOF MAY.IW.at the hair oil o'clock,
r. M. of taid day, Ihe property of suid Defendants, as
described in said decree of forecloaure. to wit : Situate
In Marten Connir.State of Oregon. known a tbe south
half of th donation claim of Mward Uekmirer in I. i,
a . r 1. and 'I it., and parts of m. 13 in t i a. r. 3 w ,
and sec. 18, t. o a. r I w. containing IHI acres, more
or lee Alto, th fidloriug deacrthe.1 premise, siln
at in I A a . r 1 and tl w , comroencing at Ihe a w ror
ner of W H. Mat-ers' Isnd and running thence north lo
the li. e. corner of Edward llelonger and wile's taid
ctnlm, it, I 5 a, r. O.W-, thence eaeterlrsto the mm line
of .w JOlnirers'.iKi as, lo embrace ;l'j3 ariT.'eoiithiif
saia line, ineiice to tne touineaat comer ot n . rl Ma-
gee laiHl, Wienc watt on mua l. U. stagers' line to
the place or oegiunteg, contaiulng 1.3 acre, beiu
land conveved br said Mage re and wife to mid R
lug
bert, Jan. til, PVa). to be told t, aaiisfjr laid eiecutlen.
luleresl, eeat and sccruiny eoete
. . bam X IIKADRICK.
SlH-nrf Uariuu Cvniitv.
bale. April 11, ttoi-46
Dll E. K. FISKE, Physician and Surgeon.
Ollleuut resilience, a doors south of l'o.M (Mice,
Stlllelll. Z
WAH HCHI1.
'rHKiiii'Vribmcd will nurrluihe On-xou mid Wash
I . . "i..:.. &., le.l D unns. Outlawed
Dralls, Me., ami will laku claims 'T"r t,.
t inuom ,, w, v., -i------ - --- - . ,
Sal llun., April It,
.HHILILLI 1) .0 IS. w..-
ft JACOB COHEN,
P 'A. I V... .alas
..ftniiicnmaKiT uhu jiih
, HIIINT OJTBKKT, FOIITI.A&l.
PKAI.SK IN
FINE J EWELRY,&. WATCHES,
WEIGHT AND BPBIN0 CLOCKS,
Solid Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery, Ac.
AG EST FUII IP. VOHil'S
LADIES' PATENT IMPROVED
4M HKI.T BI C KI,K.
Watches mid Jewelry Repnircd oiid Wnrrmilcd.
articular Attention Pnid to Repairing
Fine nntches.
I beep on bund a complete assortment of
SPECTACLES,
of the improved styles. Also,
Opera nnd Marine Glasses, quartz MaKiilfj'
Ing Glasses, Compasses, Architectural
Instruments, iic, &c.
FiT All goods sold by mo ore warranted as repre
sented. All orders from the country will be promptly
mtcniM to.-lyoHQ . JACOB C'lltlKN.
J.B.KKAPP, (
8au 1'VniiciBco, Oil. (
( M. S. DIJH11SI.I.,
I Portland, Oregon.
Knnpp, Ilurrell Sc Co.,
GEN
lin
ENEItAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, and
inpnrters and llealurs iu Agricultural Imple
ments, Uurdeu and s mid Umss needs, tiff It rout street,
Portland, Oregon, will give special attention to the
sale of Fruit and Produco on consignment, tilling or
ders, Sic, either ill Portland or Huu Francisco, und
transact a general commission business.
f'Olllce in Kail Francisco, 310 Washington st.
March 1. Ivnll'tlf
Stationery Tor the State of Oregon.
SEALED PROPOSALS, will be received at the
utMee of tho Hecretary of State, until Tuesday, the
Mill duv of June. lHtit, at 11 o'clock.A. H., for turiusu-
ing stationery for the Slate of Oregon, us follows i
!!0 reams Congress l.egul Cap, Curow, white laid, 14
pounds, wide ruied.
reuin coogress tup Carew, while luiil,)! pounds,
wide ruled.
DO reams Congress Letter, C'urew, white laid, 12
pound, wide ruled.
o reams toinmerciui notu, uavew, wnito lam, u
pound, uiuirter oacliuucs.
6 M. olliciul envelopes, ex. beavy huh No. 0.
5 " " " " white "
4 ' letter ' ex ex. bun"
4 " " " ' " white.
1 reum Government blotting paper, OKI pounds.
JU gross Rhodes & Sna superior D. pens.
1 " Accommodation pell holders.
5 each, spool tupe, -S'o.s III, 1 j, and U.
7 doz. billman iuksluuds, No. 3.
I " barometer " brass rack.
(jj " s'eel emaers, giitla porcha handle or cocoa.
3 gross Fuliers, No. 2 pencils. ,
Gj'duz. Ivory folders, 0 in.
7 " small mucilage, uup. t
5 ' octagon rulurs-
1 ". gutla perch rulers, 15 in.
0 .. .. .. ls ..
2 dos. Arnold wriliug (luid. quart.
7 " Congress Kaivut Wosteuholin at Sens.
. i " balls colored liueu twine.
1 " tilk nbbon.
5 boxes gold seals, No. 5.
4 pounds white rubber 10 to the pound.
Samples must accompany each bid.
The person or person receiving llio contract will,
wlmu tlie stationery is delivered.receive a wsn1! oa
the Slate Treasurer ir payment l lien-fur.
SAM ULL H. MAY,buc'y of 8tato.
Salem, April 11, 1861. 9wo'
To Builders,
NOTICE Is hereby given that sealed proposal! will
be received ut the Clerk's ollire in Albany. Linu
county. Oregon, np to two o'clock, r. a , of the nth
iluy of .May, !-()(. lor the building of the Court House
iu liiunv, ill eaiil coauly, aeeordilig to plan of the
sniiie. iiuu accompanying BH)ciiicution to lie seen ut
the said Clerk's olllce. The comity will furnish ull
Ihe brick on the spol for the said building, and prepare
the foundation. The contractor will be reoiiirud to
furnish ail other material for the said court house, and
build aud and complete the same, according to the suid
,uiu unu ejiei-iucuiions, oy mo time nereuiaiter men
tinned.
Thu foundation will be ready on or before the 15tli
duv of June next.
The brick will lie delivered on the spot as 'ollowi :
'nU.WHJ un or before tin 1st dnv of June next. 100,
0IHI ou or before the I. 'ah duy of June (same momlil,
and the helunce on or Iwfore the 1st ilnv nf July. IH0J.
The building to he inctoaed Mild flnislied on lJia nut.
side nccoriling to suid plan and spccilication, on or
bufnro the ISth day of October, IKiit.
The inside of said building to eo llnished nnd com
pleted uecorditig to suid plan und spcciiiculions on, or
before the 1st duy of October, INIiA.
Pavineom will be liuide ill coin a follows: Three
thousand dolUrs to be advanced ut the time nf miikinu
the com ruct: three llioneund dollars on the hnt duy of
tuny, tcn , e,A miiiiihiiiiu uunars on or oeiore me 1st
day of January. ItinS The leniniuder when Ihe build
ing is completed, according to said plan and specifica
tions. Tlio contract will be let In tha lowest rosnniisihli
bidder, aud approved security w il he retpiired for the
ihiiiiiui nerinruiHiieQ oi me contract.
By order of the County County iu nnd for the Coun
ty of Linn and Slate of Oregon at Ihe April term, A
0., IX'il. J. C. POWl.LL.
Jos. Hamilton, ) rt
V W. If icHAnnsos. j V- Couuuissioners 3w0
Police
rS given Ihnt ibe first regular incetinir of Ihe sUM'k
1 holders of the "Pine ('reek Water Company" will
lie held at Pine Valley, in Baker county, Oregon, on
Suturdny, ihe 21st duy of iluy, IHfsl, to elect direriors
lor tne corporation. UbiiKUrJ A. 11 M.K,
for the incorporators
Auburn, March VS, ISlit. 4w6
IVolii'c.
In Ihe mailer of the estate of John P. (luities, Pe
ceased. In Ihe Connie Court of Marion county.
"inie oi , iregnn.
IT Hppenring tn the Court, hv the petllinn presented
and filed hv Margaret R Humes, n-idnnr of said lie.
censed, and natural guardian of Catherine K Gaines,
prnyiug for an order to sell renl estnte. that it is nec
essary lo tell ihe interest of suid minor Catharine F.
Dailies in and to said estate, it is therefore ordered
by tlio Lourt that all persons interested in llio said es
tate npiH-ar before the euid Cinmv t'oiir- ,, Nfimilur
the 2d day of May. A. D.. ISiil, at Ilia Court room of
skiu eoiimy t onrt.ln snore en use wlivan orderslioald
not la, granted lo the said Margaret H Cnines to sell
said real estate. And that n copy of this order he pub
lished at least three successive weeks in the Ores.u
Stotetmnn, a newspaper printed and pnhlished m said
aianon , niinrv. j, ijt fr.r.HLE
April 4. I6I 3w6 ('o. Judge.
N olive.
Probate Court, Marion Corny, Oregon, Be. Kiale of
iteo. r. .viyere, dec d.
TO all whom it may concern. Know ve, that
whereas the said decedent nnd wife executed lo
one ai , oowige a certain mortgage to secure the pay
ment of two several prooiisaorv notes at the dates aud
for amount, inecitirallv set forth in nmitinn .
ed to Ibis court aad on file in ihe same : and whereas
ii is iiiouum lietl to sell in real estate described in the
mortgage to pay the amount of monevt teen red there,
by. ibere being oo personal property hv which to re
(Irem the snme t therefore, the widow of decedent,
helr.nnd all persons interested in said estate will take
nonce that Tuesday. Mnt Ihe 3d, Isni, it set apart for
the purpose of considering the manor, a winch time
they can present their objections lo thit mart grant,
ing an oruer to tell tin real estate dearrilwd in said
ApnW. I86l.w6 Connty Judge.
Aflinlniatrnlor'a Police.
NOTIi h is hereby given that .the undersigned bat
been duly appointed Adruinistniior of ihe wale of
Absalom Smith, deceased, of Polk eoniilv. Oregon-
no porauDi oavmg ciuune agaiust suid estate an ra-
Qileeted to nrM.nl ihM unu tn , .1 . .
A ,, r ..H,i,,n,,or in
Pslliit precinct, in said counly.witbin six month from
"'Aln . .... MITH.
on,.., nT.l o,n. l""l. IWtipd
TO T1IC FIBlJc,
McMlKMVIII. V.k rat Ifi,
MK. EDITOR The article in the Staletm,',, 0f the
tUd.iu.. over tbe sienauira nf J K lt..v. i.
siuwer lo a card pubhtinril by me oo the legal tender
.V """jrr , vinoiciiuon or lo. bouesiv
or iriilhfiilneam. I shall not answer hit llillingagule
aud low flung lalk i thai ia but characteristic of the
man. My object iu publishing that Iran Miction was lor
r"Tr'" , . .'" premie, mat uiahMieal pnuci.
pie of hit. aud ll I can do that. 1 .hall vole have ae
compluned my oVi. Uia falsehoiKia and tniesuie
menu are so Biiiaerotia in hi article thut it would take
aiore time than I now have to refer to them. He state,
he watteenrity lo the note, llrook. wrote the n,,t7
..id ..Kned it hrst-trexl, Davi Hrooka. IVWrTZ
money Irom me. .No traiuder of the note had ever
been m,le llo.u, M1J M 1. ., " uaileler
, . . r- ,- oi me upw country
in goo.lt eoaivaleut to gold.takti.g kit receipt, but mil
be was not released from the note. VI,,,t.Ver , " "
artlon lime w. between Ihe taime, .!, KM n i
- lldi, ,KS r,le. brook. u4 l,MZZ,
be obbwatton. Ho also fc.,es H.aud T laded , ca7f
the parties who lsg.a,J.hnly to m, J
wen- paid l.n.sl m i.on.l hone and a note onl!Zl
edgoed. which 'VUu,n,.Tu'T7r
toij,ht he tilled of his mean a.u and f.lEoo.U
Iweee ate aad Broc-ka, TJ niias
Mr Brook, stated lo a thai If t'annklii . j ?'
e. the aot, before b.. Tatnei lPlTih'"
in K;g.l uruder , if he waned aejlt'",:,", K
he did, k should have lb viu.
, HEMRf WARRFV
STOP TIM COUGHING.
SOMIi or voa cim'Umd we pity you. You liovn
tried eve'rv r eily Iml, ONE dunllned, by Ms la-
irinsie inei il, In hiiwrwtdo nil similar prcpiinilions,aud
it Is not surprising you should be relueiinit to try
sniiiialiiiiK alter tlio many experiment . vou have Hindi,
of trashy compounds foisted on the public as a curtain
euro i hut -r "
lulnioiiury Wyrup . .
Is reallv tho VKI1Y II EST remedy ever compoiuidrd
for tlio 'euro of Uuinrlis, Colds, Noire .1 liroul,' Aslliaiu,
WhoopintT Couuh, bronchitis und Coiwiimplion.
Thousand of people in California and Oruiron have
been heiielHtud by Ihe surprising curative power of
iiliiionnry Hynip,
And with one accord give it their unqualified appro.
nation. Wo now address ourselves to ull who are nn
iirauiu'nled wilh this, the greatest l'uuiicoa of Ihe nge,
fur tho heulinif of all disease of the Throat und uings,
assuring you that
l'lilmoimry Hyi'iip
lias cured thousands aud it will cure YOU if you try it.
This invaluable medicine is pleiomil to the ttmtei
soothiiur, beulniK and tretigllioiuiuf in its enecu i en
tirely freo from ull poisonous or deleiorioiu drug, and
perfectly harmless under ull circumstances,
Cartilfcates from many prniniaetit ciliswiia of 8an
Fnuciseo accompanving ovory bottle of
' NKWELL'rt :
Iulinoimry Syrup.
BEDIN0T0N & CO., Agents, Sun Francisco.
And for sale everywhere. ,
Kiiin
HOHT10TT13 U"H
CELEIlltATKD
STOM ACIT1JITTEIIS
ConcliiMve Proof ot llm Ellienrj of
rrrrrrrni'ti mi
f. a I II 11 II I
i) imiiii.iui un limn.
Protoctlvo 3Ietllcttlion.
CHEAT TRl'TIISJI-V R.llAl.t, f'0!rilASs).
WHAT '1'IIK Uiri'KIl AUK.
A pure, dultglitf'ttl vegetable bnloi.
To choor the spirits, and the nerves to calui,
Protect the system from Miasma's bane,
Rouse torpid'Nsture and the strength sustain.
THKIIt INUIIKDIKKT.. (
lly chemic art expressed with patient care, - v
Juices of plants, roots, barks, of virtues rare, i ;
And the mild spirit ol llio soundest rye,
Purest of ull dilfusive stimuli.
IIKSVI.T Oh" 'I'HEUt (JSK.
Dlgesiion rallios, appetite revives.
Tlio food ai ia i lales, tho patient thrives,
Dvsnonaia v'auislius. with all its llnoos,
And poaceful sleep succeedi disturbed repose. '
KKPKCTSJ OIV TUB MVBtl.
Tlie bilious stineror, Innguid, listless, pulo, I
Physicked for vears, perhaps, williout uvuil,
Finds in the BlTTKliS nil he asks or needs,
And lives to smile ut doctors und tliuir creeds.
t)PKlt ATItlN OS TUB llOWKI.S.
Relaxed, coiiBtrkteil, or the seat of pain.
These orguns shonld uot, for one day , remain ;
The cause of each extreme yon cuu expel
Tlie OUT liUS tone aud regulate as well.
KiPFRCT OUT TIII4 UKHIL1TATKU.
The flaccid muscles firmness soon ucqtiire.
The frame gains strength, the ovo resumes its Ure,
Strength to the liuihe. hope to the heart returns,
Till stall and crutch the convulescent spurns.
, ' ' UHOKK COMSTt rUTIOJI. '
The eniistitution tried by pain or care,
Or wild indulgence, is not repair i .
The gonial Tonic, as the healthful dews
(uickou parched herbs, its wueted power renews.
CIIIM.SJ ASD FEVEIt.
Pump, cold, exposure to uiulicinns fog, -Urines
on of ills a fearful catalogue.
Hut nitermiltcnts, whatsoe'er their kind,
IIOSTLVn Kit S Iirri EIIS scatters to the wind.
MICK IIIiAOACHK.
This torment dire thut all enjoyment kills,
Viclds not to pungent scents or dnistic pills,
'Tit from the stomach thut it takes iu rise ;
Tone with the IHITEKS, and the uuguisb Diet.
WAST or AI'PUTITF.
Without duo nourishment life's pnlse wan.
Tbe bloo.1 grows thin and dullness clouds the brain.
tint this r.hxir sols the system right,
And "Good Digestion waits on uppetite."
TIIK BITTKRaj AFTKK HICKlVKas).
Exhausting fever leaves its victim low,
And uiiHssisted, Health's return is slow t
Then with the Uitters weakened Niititre aid,
eor in euch drop viutnty s conveyed.
A SI A CKttKHAI. PKR VBIKTIVK.
By night and day, on river, sen or land,
In instant peril of disease we stand ;
lint its dread arrows harmless seem to glide
Past all wilh thit iiivigorunt fortilied.
ItlFl'KE WATKR, ETC.
Roama through the worldjhroitglt every climate range.
Here is the antidote 'gainst every change,
Water impure it tempers, and inures
Men iu all hardships to all teuipomlurea.
SUA HICK MENU,
Who has not felt how feebly words essay
The qualms one feels nn shi'plioard to portray I
Pread thnm no more, defy old Nentuue'a power,
The Hitters cure the nausea in an Poor.
ATI I'NAUl-f.TKHATKD TONIC.
Or all the liquors home across tlie sea
Not one mark Ihur from acrid poiron ' free;
These Hitlers ilunil 'mid stimulants alone,
Powerless lu irritate, though prompt to tone.
A MILD APKMENT.
Remember, too, aperient root and herb.
Are Muni with those that relaxation curb
In this rare mixture; give this fact due weight,
Ttial while the Outers tone, they regulate.
a mri,B (okkectivc.
If on Ihe ttouutch food loucid turns,
And piiogeiu gns the inner membrane bums,
This grand correctit e soon removes tbo ball,
Aud from tbe heartburn Ireet the inner man.
A APE AUD RK.Yrl.K A.XODYNB.
Why not wilh all the opinion dispense,
That shake ihe nerves and pnrulvse the sense,
Whin these mro UlTTKItS siiotlie both mind and
frame.
Inviting both lo yield to slumber's claim I
TUB WOltl.D'g OPINIO.
Touching ihe BlTTKR. this grand fact it clear.
Their fume tills all the Western Hemisphere
Known iu sll hinds, wuehed bv its oceans twain
licAt.TN. Hurx aud V intra follow in Ibeir train I
AVOID C'OI'.f TKK FKITst.
HOSTETTEIPS BITTERS share the common fat
Of all things good luipoetert imitate.
Of these bewure. Discreetly use yonr eves,
Prom honest houses purchase your supplies.
CAUTION.
THE GOVERNMENT ENDORSEMENT.
In order to guard against dangerous impositions, tha
ntjMtc are n-rtesied lo take especiul note of the lau.
Iifolly engraved nroprieiarr stamp, tlirongh which tbe
Government of th I nited Suites nffl.;iallv aalhoiiti
ri" ,tle of IIilSTKTrER S BlTTEHS.
Thu shield, thrown by tlie Uoverument over the pro.
pnetore aud the pnblio for their joint protection, i
placed conspicuoiitly serosa the cork and over tbe
neck of each bottle, and cannot fail to strike Ibe eve
of the most casual observer. Nothing that nnrnoru
to b. llosmrKK' UITTEIlScan b. JiSTJ
lent tlie stamp is there.
It ia also proper lo state ibal tb BITTERS are told
exclnaive l v ,n gli, and never under any circumstance
by Ihe gallon or the barrel. Impoetor. and imitator,
are abroad, and the only safeguard the public have
againal iheia is u. tee thai ibe Bittera ihev buy near
Kimi",,.,!,W of Jl" "'
iioned M'T'I. and tlie ttamp abov meu-
rRKfAnrD y
OOSTCTTERuaiTfl, riiisbnn, Pa.
For sal by all Pruggbos, 0-er and Storekeeper.
Ihroughout the World,
k AndbyH0DCE4CALEF,
W holemle Druggist,, Porllaad, Oregon,
To "hom rt'l nnler. should be addreesed 6S2tf
UHF.EiBACK MI.MMTCK.
J AM compelled o hiform the pnWic Ibmngh the
I ..,te,mou that Rev. Jim S, llu oal. of Salem, paid
nt an nccooni of -si, which h.rf been stnniling d.
U monlhs, ui greenbackt ot pr-r, Hn.-r I hud agteed
lo throw oil interest, provided he would rli ,1,.
amount in coin, or its eouicleni In legal tender. Thi
-a. ior uini ami meat ilrtivcred lo him nt mv market.
ct , ,n thus. Cross.
Salem April in, lh. 3w6
Final rAettlrinriil.
yOTICK is hereby given Ihnl Saner MsrMe.i"
t JV '""i'" of of W V. llnrp,.!,, dee J
has Hied heraeeonut at the April Terra o( thitertnn.
praying a Onal settlement of s.,.1 eetate. It i, theri
fore ordered by the court that M.aidav. Ihe ad duv of
May, A.B, IHM, the next regular term or t!,i, conrt in
Marion coimlv. O.egon ,. hereby m,l iu the tnu of
th hearing rf mid application lor making liual tettle-
.voioioainiiinn, inn mat all persona are
required to be Pre,t Ht Uro, und tbJ "
any, way tlie said account shonld nt be sccented
. , ''EEltl.ES. t "y,enk
I aton Carl. An'r, for Adai,l.t,at,
baler. Afnl ,tk, le
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