The Oregon statesman. (Oregon City, O.T. [Or.]) 1851-1866, April 10, 1865, Page 3, Image 3

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To holdici M.
Itenieinhor tlutt you ran get the Oiron Sltt,'mtitt,
containing "II the telegraphic mid Statu news, for
three dollars per yeiir in " gieinbucliB." Wo want
huge lists it each of the Forts.
LOCAL AMI STATU .NEWS.
.... The Linn County School Superintendent
report to the Journal, tlmt there are In Linn
county, legal voters Mdl : porsona over four mid
under twenty years rf ngu, 'i.ti'i ; achool diatricta
CI ; achool fund $5,506.
.... The llrownavillo Woolen Factory ia to bo
apocdily rebuilt, by a new Corporation; for which
purpose $'20, 1)1)1) has been already eiibscrlbeil , and
good proapecta for the balance. The machinery
for it will bo shipped by way of the Isthmus, and
the factory put in operation by the 1st of Janu
ary next,
.... The atoamor lleliof of the P. T: Co.'s line,
rocently reached a point on tho Santiam ci(fht
miles above Jefferson. The Albany Journul aaya
that a large warehouse will be constructed at that
point to store the produce of the forks of the
Santiam.
FltnMOTKD. Capt. 0. B. Curry hae been pro
moted to tho rank of Lieut. Col. 1st Oregon In
fantry, and is soon to take command of Fort
Walla Walla.
No Jail. They are agitating the proprioty of
having a jail up in Linn. Offenders that are
placed in the present concern up there, escape
without difficulty at any time selected by them
selves. An Kditok Waktkb. J. M. Sutton has re
tired from the editorial chair of the Jacksonville
Sentinel, and Mr. Powell, the proprietor of the
paper, advertises for " a good young Union man
who has but few enemies to punish," to edit the
paper.
.... General Wright says the road to the Owy
hco by the way of Ooose Lake, will bs open for
, wagons by the first of May, and troops will be on
'the road. A post will be established near Goose
Lake.
. l)u(iWNKI). On Salmon River, December 8th,
I8u'4, Mathias Yaudes, ago about 4'2 years. Mr.
Yaudcs waa an old resident of Jackson county.
' In tub " Mknhks op tub Law." The Dom
ocrata of Jackson county havo got into consider
able of a squabble about their paper. J. N. T.
Miller, the Chairman of their Central Committee,
replevied the concern from T'Vault, and placed
it in the hands of Malone, whero it has been the
subject of innumerable amended complaints, de
murrers, Slc. Lately,. T'Vault comes back at his
persecutors with a "Bill in Chancery," (Dowell
and T'Vault, Solicitors,) for partition, sale and
distributiou of the proceeds. As both the Senti
nel and Reporter are supplied with paper and ink
to report proceedings, we hope to see the " Chan
cery " go an until we have au Oregon edition of
Jarndyce ri. Jarndyce, although there is no show
for tho suit to ever pay either lawyers or litigants.
.... Tho Walla Walla Suleiman suys that half
the stock in Boieo basin perished during the past
winter.
.... Politics is all the rage just now over in
Washington Territory. Who shall bo Delegate
to Congress, is now the vexed question, and about
one half the voting population are supposed to be
expecting that comfortable place. Nine thousand
dollars a year in greenbacks ia worth looking af
ter, to be sure, but not more than one of the
many aspirants can draw them on that account in
the next two years.
A Candidate. Tho Union Convention of
Washington Torritory mot at Claquato on the
5th, and nominated the Hon. A. A. Denny of
Olyinpia, for Delegate to Congress, on the 'first
ballot. Mr. Denny was Register in the Land
Office at Olyinpia.
.... A pair of horses and wagon ran away in
the streets of Salem on Wednesday last, and
dashing down Commercial street, ran against and
tore down the sign and awning of the " Gtm
brinus " chebang. Parlies ought to be more care
ful with their teams. They can't run if properly
bitched, and when they do run, the usefulness of
the team is destroyed, aud tho wagou smashed up.
.... The Portland and Milwaukie McAdainized
road, the only turnpiko road in the State, waa
aold at Sheriff's sale last week for $10,300, cash.
Messrs. Ladd St, Tilton, the bankers, being the
purchasers.
Land Sai.b We loam from Mr. J . B. Under
wood, Secretary of tho Oregou Central Military
Road Company, that he sold, last week, 753,-68-100
acres of land belonging to said coinpiny.
. The amount received for the same was $1,844 20
in currency. We understand thnt several parties
are expecting to buy lands at privato sale as soon
as the Board of Directors make the necessary or
der. Stock in the road is being taken as far
outli as Rosebnrg, aud the prospocts of the com
pany are very flattering.
. Dedication. The new building in this city
lately erected by the M. E. Church South, will be
dedicated next Sunday morning, April ltiih. The
sermon on the occasion will bo preached by Rev.
Mr. Sears.
.... We havo received a largo number of let
ter! from different parts of the State, since the
capture of Richmond, in all of which the writors
peak of the most enthusiastic demonstrations by
Union men throughout the country on reception
of the glorious news.
M.titioN County School Matters. Prof.
Powell of the University has beeu appointed
Superintendent of Common Schools for this coun
ty, in place of P. S. Knight, resigned. -All who
know the Professor will agree that he cannot only
Jill the place, "but that he is an excellent man for
that office. In the lale sale of school lands made
by Mr. Knight, 910 acre! were disposed of at
prices varying from two dollars to two dollars and
eventy cents per acre, in gold coin, one fourth
down aud balance In three equal annual install
ment!, with interest at ten per cent, per annum.
The intoreat thus accruing is put into tho com
mon school fund of the county, but the principal
goes to the Irreducible Fund, and can never bs
disturbed.
It appears that the school lauds of this county
old consisted mostly of wedge-shaped fractious,
ranging in site from 23 to I II acres, and were not
wanted or desired by any one but those whose
lands they adjoined, and this will account for the
moderate price the lands sold at. Thirtv -nine
School Diatricta have reported to the Superintend
ent, all of whom have had at least one Quarter of
school, and many hare had achool all the time.
Three thousand and forty-one scholars are en
rolled in the county , with an average attendance
at school of abont 1. KJ.
Chance for Basmain. Smith it Cartwright
offer a large stock of dry-goods, groceries and
hardware at coat prices. Call and look at their
goods.
.... Messrs. D. Beach it Ron, J. ft. Foster &
Co., W. W. Parrish & Co.. aud J. Xorcrnaa of
Albany are authorised to receive subscriptions to
the Falls Canal Capt. John Smith is also the
Company's agent to canvass the upper part of the
ralley.
....The people of Umatilla have purchased
the type and fixtures of the old Oregon Timss
newspaper, and will remove them to Umatilla,
and (tart a paper for that town.
N'nw Goods Thomas H. Cox is getting a
new supply of articles In hia lino from San Fran
cisco. Bissau Hots. This popular aVilcra hotel has
chained hands : aimers, f. Holmes and Vi. I.. (. i.ton
wcesediog Mr Lewry Their card ill sppnr next
week.
THE LATEST.
Spticinl DiniriitclicH to tin- Oregon Stulesm-ui.
HI OKI: HMT N IKWKI
Hhcrlilaii Overtakes UC Army, and ut
terly limits It, Making large laplureHl
New Vfjrk, April 4th pMputrhc fwm Itu-limum.
mi MuiHliiy nay Unit the tiro wan cmilinrd tmiinly
to tohanio wiirHiuiiw. Tin' H'ri'ti"ii (if I'liion lruopn
wit oil ltitKt r ic- hvyom nil cxircHt.i.H. TIuto wiin
liirne tnini.K'ri.r Uiih'iihits in the city, mid tunny tings
were di-'plnyi'il.
Viil)ini.'t'i.), April 4(h.-nn Rnmlny night, before
the occiipntion ut HU liniMiid, rebel blew up the foils
ah d ruuiH on .lame river. lipiitrlieK uf the lut suy
u tlt'Lin'liint'iit of (icneriil Itilcy's commit. id iviih Hi nt mi
a rt'C'iiinnitiHii',e yextenliiy beyond Little river. They
futmd Hit? enemy's euvulrv in cn- siileriilile force ami
drove tin1 m back three milci, returning without Ijm
Kebel fun-en me imrlh of Tir river.
Kickers' l.undiiiff, otli. -To Stanton : LcetelepMnliod
to linvis mi Sunday iifterminn tli it he wiih driven buck
mid must evacuate, Thin wiih announced in church by
David, Tlio rebel Iron chid were exploded. The Vlr
Kin in wan mink in .lumen river. They tlu-ti tct the city
on lire. All tho buiiuwt portion of Main street wuh
destroyed. The bndjrrtt avnm tho river went also de
stroyed. Many fumille remain. Mr, hoc remains it!
m, At PeterrtmirK the pHblic stores wore burned and n
few luuiHKH emiffht tire. t.mi'Kh not much dumao whs
done to thai eity. The briilnfs there were nlan destroy
ed. I cannot dive o clear idea of our low. Only one
tJenenil wiih killed. (leu. Winthrop loi ter wiih dunjrer
misly wounded in the groin. Grunt h:is commanded
the Hi'tnleH in person tduee the beginning.
(Sinned) Paha.
New YmiK. April fl. The Commercial' diftpntcb
suys the colored troops, heuded by Gen. Drcumr of
Massachusetts, were the first to enter Kichmoiid. The
city .was mirrendurod by tins M.tyor, who merely
pleaded for protection to' life and property. All the
Erincipal building were llrn. by the rebel itntboritici
efore leaving. Several banks and priming offices
were burned. Ueu. Weitztd took .Jell Uuvis's home
for Ids heiidquirlert!. (ien. She, ply wan appointed
Military Governor, (lov. Pierpout is to traiml'er the
State Government to Kichmond.
Wahhinqtun, April 5. To Iix Ditputebee juit
received irotu Kieliinoiid, Btute Unit Weincel captured
in Kichniond 1,5'lli prinonern and 500 rebel wounded,
and found ft! piecea of artillery mid 5,000 irund of
armi. Tho lVetddent went to Kichmutid yenterday,
and returned to City Point to day.
(Siiiiieil) , Stanton.
The Post' upeciitl nays i Advlcott front Richmond
haw that tin) lire wub vey dettructive, totally
Btwyiiitf many tobneco warehouaes. t
Grant was conlideut that (lie spirit of the enemy
wan completely broken.
Washington, April 5. To Dix Grant, tetempbod
luitt tiibt that Sheridan wiih un the l)piville road,
southweftt of Amelia Court Housd. Me Bent word to
Meade, who was following with the Second and Sixth
Corps, by what in known n the river road, I lint if
troops could be pot lip in time be hud hopes of cap
turing or diperiing the whole of (ten. hee'tt army.
I nm movitiK with the left winur, commanded by Gen.
C'x, on the direct roud, and wilt-be to-night at lmt l;e
ville. I iiave Imd z coiniminictttion with Sheridan or
Meitde to day, llopo koou tu heal' they have captured
or broken up the balance of the army of Virginia. In
every direction wo hear of men of that unity Koing
home, t'eiieritlly without aiiiiit. Sheridan report. Lee
at Amelia rumt houe t day. Stanton.
City Point, 6. A courier nan arrived from Sheridan,
who Vtatcu tliat the divW'um tlutt were cutoff und
which wiih expected would be badly whipped or cap
tured; had crortned the Appnmutox ten or twelve mi leu
at mve PcterHhurtf, but he wu following and rkinnlnliiriK
with their rear Kuurd.exnectiiiK to have an enffUKement
tu-diiy. TroopH are rapidly pushing on to biHanintanee.
San Fiiancisco, April 7, A Hpectul ditiputch, dated
VVuBhinon, April bib, to (ten. Mebowell, wiyn:
Sheridan lmn whipped and routed hue, capturing
GeneralB ICwell, Ketiuelt, Kersliaw, with many other
nlllcera, Be ve ml thounund prinonorB, and muny kuiu).
We hope Boon to capture or annihilate what i left of
Lee'e army. I will send pui-ticulara Bom through
telegraph. Lines are working badly. Stanton.
Jkttvbvillk, April 3. J p. m. I went Gen. Davie's
brigude thin morning around nit my left flank, lie
captured at Tanner's CroHs Heads five piwccB of artil
lery, about lt;00 wagoiiN, St buttle Hugs, und a number
of prisoners. The seeond army corps i now coining
up. i feel conlideut of cupturing the rebel army, it
we exert ourselves. 1 Bee no eueupe for Lee s army.
Jwill put nil my cavalry out on our left think, except
IcKetixie, w ho in now on the right. Siikkiuan. -Jetf
Davis took on the train in which be escaped,
horacs and a ciii-riaiR, bomb to lake to the country in
cane the road should ba interrupted.
Greenback OtiJ a (iiij.
TiiEOuuiiSAL Pacific HbpublicSciiemr.
In 18(il, Seimtnr McDottgall nituie a vpi'pob
in which l divtilgcd the plann of tho Pacifio
Ucpnlilio conspiracy. Mr. McDougal was
then uiuiing At tint ISciialorship, and prnlmhly
told the truth. When I lie Oregon Senator,
Nt'fltnilli, was in tlitg city, lie wiih on twu oc
casions waited on by a co.mniltet ot anti coer
cionixts. who raid that a phtn lor a rcpnlilio on
tho Pncifio hud been fully matured, and that
its organization was complete; moreover, that
it had tho endorsement of "it large body or the
citizens. '" The new republic was to include
and extend from Texas westward, taking in
Chihuahua, Tain ulipa, Sonora, California
end Oregon. W lulu the Knights or the uol
den Circle were maturing basin cm here, oth
ers of the sui iu port were huny in Arizona and
Texas, and so tnn ax the secossiou uf the
Southern States had gained sufliuient headway
they intended tu march on tho Mexican States,
and having completed them, to olfer California
an equal purtncrnliip. Flag.
Walker's nilihusteriug operations in Central
America in I8 5 0 7, Crahhe's expedition into
Souora from California in IS.7, the Pacific lie
public to heme uf Gwin, Jo Lane aud their oo
trail ore in 18(ii, and the present migration of
the same clans of men to Gwindoin, have all
originated in the same common designs. First
to provide A refuge and bread for a lot of reck
less, broken down. 'pluyed out" politicians
and, second, to spread an J perpetuate the do
minion aud power of the institution of slavery.
The object of the Knights of the Golden Cir
cle in Oregon doubtless was primarily to influ
ence tlu election and renist the draft or mi lit a.
ry am ft, hut the latter use which the institu
tion has been put to, doubtless has been the
furtherance of the scheme of Maximilian, Duke
de Gwin, Marquis de !a Patmatone aud Gen
eruliftitiino (a title conferred on Account of
Denliuger'i bullet) O'Meara.
Letter fuom Gkn. Sicklks. The follow
ing letter was addressed by Gen. Sickles to
Dr. George F. Woodward, Chairman of the
San Francisco Sickles' Reception Committee :
' Panama, February 2 1865.
Slit: Allow rnu to request that you will
kindly convey to tho citizens of San FruncUco
my hearty thanks for their generous prepara
tions to welcome me on my anticipated arrival
in your city. The disappointment is nil my
own that I cannot at present vie it California.
On my return from the South 1 hope nothing
nil) prevent the gratification of a wish I have
Ion? cherished to tee something of tho progress
and resources of our imperial republic ou the
PaciHo frontier. The unyielding patriotism of
the people of Calilorma and Oregon ; their
splendid gifts to the Sanitary Commission, that
good an eel of our armies and Ueets; llieWi-lfl
ity and vah r of their sous in ihe army and
navy, illustrated by the cilted Uuker, tho in
trepul Hooker ami the gallant Woodworth,
have endeared those ommonwealtht more and
more to their Atlantic Biters. Hi assured.
dear sir, that I look furaard with impatience
for an opportunity to express to rour fellow cit
izens, however inadequately, tho 0 mdid good
wishes of the loyal in acnes of the Union for
their prosperity and happiness ondor the flag
of Washington; and it is on tho anniversary
of bis birthday that I have the good fortune to
address to you these few yet sincere wtinls of
grateful Acknowledgement.
Very respectfully.
D. Sickles. Maj.-Ueu.
Steamships uktwkkx Camftuinia and
China. One uf the chief events of this ses
sinii of Congress has been the passage of the
bill to establish a line of iteauihtp between
China, Japan. Ihe Sandwich Islands and San
Franeivco. The law provides for the payment
of $500,000 per annum for len rears to a line
of steamships, of not less than 3.000 Urns bar-
then, which shall niuke monthly trios between
the ports named. Tb ships must be of the
first cists, and must be hi'pecu-d and approved
by a naral constructor. Appointed hy the Navy
Department, who shall report to the Postmas
ter General. The ships are now contracted
for. and will be ready for service within one
year.
Gold IM CoNSECTH Pr. Stories are told
now in the papers of gold recently discovered
in Connecticut, at Greenwich. A report of the
same kind was started right or ten )ears ago,
to Ihe effect that gold had been discovered at
Nooiicb, in the same State, and a g'tod many
people got excited over the matter, but the gold
proved to be only sulpharct of iron, sod eu
tirely worthies.
Concluded from fourth pitje.)
botiHo of eoiitfiTHH ; t'nur hnmlivd and litty for Him state
department Itvo tliotiMimd fnrlheuennf 1 1 its nm inborn
of the Senate j nd Ihwn thousand for the use of the
member of the lloaiu!.
Sue. ti. And bo it fmilir enarird, That tho annual
report of tlin PonliuMer 0'tienil of ouVr receivod
and contracts for rouveyiiifr tbo mails, in compliatice
with the tweiity fuurth'iind twenty tilth seetiouii of
the act of cotircK approved July two, eighteen hun
dred and thirty six, be no longer printed, 'mien nppri
ally ordered by either hnnnu of con if raw and tliat
such portion of the sliove mentioned uct a Hutborixcd
the "Hid publication be, and the same is Derby, re
pealed. Hec. 7. And be it further enacted, That from and
after the pHJwuue of this act it shall be the duty of the
secretary of the Senate to furnish the superintendent
of public prinliriK with correct copies of all laws and
joint rccoliilnniM as soon us nosmhle alter their upprov
til ty the President, of the lulled States, and tlmt the
superintendent shall immediately cause to he printed,
sepuriely the usiml number for (be use of the two
houses of congress i and, in addition thereto, bo shall
cause to be printed and bound, at the clone of each
session of congress, three thousand copies thereof for
t he use of the Senate and teu thousand copies for the
use of tlio House, with a complete alphabetical index,
prepared under the direction of the joint committee
on public prinllnjf.
See. H, And be It furthur enacted, That section sev.
en of the joint resolution in relation to the public
printing, approved June tweiitv-llnuis ci'teen hun
dred und sixty, be so amended as to require the su
perintendent ef public prinliutt to advertise only in
two newspapers, published in the cities of New York,
Cincinnati, Boston, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, for
thirty days prior to tbo 11 rat day of November of each
year, for proposals for fiirotshinfir the paper necessary
for the execution of the public printiitfr.
Sec. 9. And bo it further enacted, That all lltbo
rrupbinfr and eiiKraveinfr. where the probable total
cos) of the maps or plates illustrating or accompany,
tag any one work exceeds to hundred and fifty dollars,
shall be awarded to the lowest and best bidder for the
interests of the govern ineiit, duo regard heiup paid to
the execution of the work, ufier due advertisement
hv the superintendent of public printiitfr, under the
direction of the joint committee on printing: Proved,
That the joint comniitee on public printing be author
ized to empower the stiperiiiU'tideut of public printing
to make immediate contracts forenravui, whenever,
in their opinion, tho exigencies of tlio public service
will not justify waiting for advertisement and award.
Sec. 10. Aud be it further enacted, That whenever
any person may desire extra copies of uay document
printed at the tC'vemmcut printing oh" ice by authority
of law, and sliull notify the superintendent of publfc
printing of tlio number of copies desired previous to
its beiiuf but to press, and shall pay, In advance, the
estimated cost thereof to said superintendent, the su
perintendent shall bo authorized, under the direction
of the joint committee on public printing to furnish
such extra copies ; and the money ro received, togeth
er with moneys received by him 'from the sales ( f pa
per shavings and imperfections, shall be deposited in
the treasury of the United Slates to I lie credit of the
appropriations for public priming, binding, and paper,
respectively, designated by said superintendent j and,
furl her, the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby di
rected to cause the moneys heretofore deposited, hy
said superintendent in the treasury uf the United
Stules, beiiuf the proceeds of sales of paper shavings;
and imperfections, to be plnecd to the credit of the ap
propriations aforesaid, which said several sums of
money shall he subject to the reipiUitiou of said su
perintendent in the manner uow preseiibed by law.
Sec. 11. And he h further einicU-d, That whenever
papers relating to foreign iiflnirs shall be communica
ted to congress accotnpnyiiig the annual message of
the President, it shall bo the duty of the superiuiei.d
eut of public printing to cause to be printed and
-hor.ml, in addition to the usual number, four thousand
copies for the use of the members of ihe Senate, sev
en thousand copies for the use of the members of the
House of representatives, and such number for the
executive department as the President slial! direct.
Sec. And be it furtbor enacted, That the forms
and style in which the printing or binding ordered by
any of the departments shall be executed, the materi
als aud size of type to used, shall be determined hy
the superintendent of public printing, having proper
regard to economy, workmanship, und the purpose
for which the work is needed.
Sec. lli. And be it further enacted, That all laws,
or parts of laws, joint resolutions, conflicting with the
above provisions, be. und they are hereby, repealed.
Approved, dune io I Si
MoitE AliOUT Gwis. Eastern correspond
ents state that it was Gwin's intention to settle
Sotioru with refugee rebels from the .South
ern States, to which plan Maximilian refused
to consent, he preferring as colonists Austrians
and llelgians; many of whom are now ou their
way to Mexico. Gwin left the capital of the
empire with a flea in his ear. and is uow on his
way to Paris, tu lay his griefs before Louis Na
poleon. While in Havana, ou his way Europe,
Gwin denied that he had been made Duke of
Sonorn. but claimed that be had beeu appoint
ed Prefect of that State.
Special Notices.
HOPE COR TIIK APKI.ICTKD.-Ia snotlier part of this
rsner will he finiiid the mlvertlzenifiit of (lis celebrated
usmutceHtitlilUhtM hy Dr. J. O. YOtlNO, In IS'tO. In this
aire of deceit ctmrlnt milsni It Is ft boon to tlie tuflVrlns to
jmint nut tt Ilium where I hey sre sure of olitnlnliitr the
w laliert for relief arid cure. Under Mm care of live skillful
Doctor the sk'k ami troubled can dlvesl themselves of their
bunlriM f pnltm and limine, lay ashle tln-lr crnm, and
cure health and hunplnesa. I,' ynii re ik-k or In iron Lie, do
not heitlnlr. Rent ihe atlrertlat'iuenl and follow the advice.
Do lint fr et (hi! ti il in her nr iho iiifiiiiitT nf direct Ihsf your
letter. C(tN.-LI,TATION Or'fUJK. Waihiiiiclun ft ret-1.
Pan rVatif lucn. 40-3 ni
ALLOOCK'8 POROUS PLASTER-PAIN RK-
LIRVKINO AND STRENGTH ESINO.Thf hlitory of these
plasters vouM occupy more apace than can be spared within
thr limits or Ihla adrertUement. Sufltce It to My, that the
moat eminent ehemluli and ptijlclans of the United States
and Huron were conmtlrd sa to Ihelr composition. They
are made poroni, so thai the evaporation of the peraplrnllon
can go on sufficiently where the pi niter is applied, without,
with other plmteri, caualny the accumulation of acrid
llu Id, which corrotUi the skin ami ocesslom many utipteas
ant aennatiom no( neccMiry for lite cursor alleviation o
affvctlona for which a planter Is uaually applied. India
rubber, myrlh, ami other choiae ttums and essences f the
vepetibtc ktiijcdoin, sru the material hijiredleiits of thru
ccli'lirnM pUteri. While they Sre poiesaed of all the
soothinjf and warniUiK fuhiiea of almost every oiher planter
of ihe United Stairs Diipfiiaatory, Ihey are wilhout many
of their Inconvctilencts. In the lanjruape nf one who hns
exp-rlrnced nm-'h iH-neflt from their application In a chron
ic dlaeaae of the kidney "Thr atlflt eloper tlmn a brother,
and do not run like a fat trlvnd." For weakneii of the
back, pTtius in Ihe tide, fttma:li or chci-t, and for the allevla
tlju of (he pain attending rliiutiiatlma, tti-y are without sn
equal.
The Afteiit in San 1-ranc.co. WILLIAM V BKANDKKDTII,
Offii'tat Mtr. Cnms Brighttm'a, trill tali grttit
pltaturtlHfnnMrdtnQ the formula of tht4 rebbrattd
platr to all IftyitciitH tr.'io may rfe to we
For sale hy HODGE k CAI.F.F,
lyt Porllatid. Orecoti.
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The I.ATKST and Mrsf API'IIOVKD i-aliern. for
the r.AT and HAl'll) execution of Job I'nnlinn,
...ICH A...
Cutis. Programmrtt Ililt-ltraile, Ckerks,
DroJIt, lt'n li'llt, lllanis, Isllrr lfrn,l,
'Jietript ItvA. Bills of Ijidmir, S)c.t4c.
and ran sncrewfully omiie'e, in strle and promptness,
with am orric a Sorth of Sacraiuciito.
Knr Ihe Mti.lactorjf execution of BOOK Work,
we hare an
Adams' Improved Power Press,
the ( prrfrrt anil rrtmpltlt prist for book printmt
ever invented, and in this department we art well
supplied with KOod material.
We have aluo received an addition to our former
stork of rAM V TVPF, audi a. rriru, Madiso
am. Texts. sVe..and iu lh line of ( I IICL'LA US,
Ml llonir," Wfddlns ind Tlalllng frd,
ran enccefiilljr compete w ith offtt on tjie toast.
ORNAMENTAL PRINTINC.
Otir stock of FANCY INKS has been inrrwedjind
hr ihf addition of a Loxi aswirtmenl ol Plain a Bid
Omit men trd C nrd, we are prrpnrrd to s;iv en
lire saiifuctina. t hir stnek l CimU embracmi
tittrcr Hnrtirrrd, t'renrh Enameled, a 4 Embo$$rJt
tVnldinf and l'iiir. Hlmmimated Em
bo$$eJ, and t'lai Colored, of mm my
new mnd bttfl drum.
We difv rnnrtition in tl Mute for iwal and tasteful
DKCOfiATlVK I'KIMIN.. aud liavinir been
Awarded the U Premium illhr NUtf Film
ot IHi&!nnd 183. we ttmke tins asM-rtion without fear
of saccewlul coiitrudiction.
PRISTinC FOR MINING COMPANIES.
With other material, we have procured Klwtrotvprd
I'lam, llordrra, Mininv "t. Tint llhnks Air , and
ran till orders for IVrtitieate-plain or rolurnt Ka
ceipts and I'hei ks, proiiiptly.
H"(Un for BiJi'0,ehrllr4 tf ..
fnr prire. are AH I.OW aa ran he oliiained In the
(Mate, and we guarantee eMti.fartl.ai with every order
or NO PA V. I Wen. dirlled
ff Nperimen. of work, Plain and Ornamental .rati
be seen at the oftW
0BEC0S fRIHTI?iC A PlBUSRIM,tO.
AddreM, fit. !,. Oflr,il.nt.
noHTJ-rrxicii'M
Cltt.tnlUTKD
STOMACH BITTERS.
rPHK opornt hm of litis piilninhle reinmly upon the
X stomiirh, liver and tlie excretory ormis is siiiu
lurlv sontliitiK hikI cnniMirviitivH. It n'jfiilnts, recruits
mid puritti's them. Dyspepnin in nil its forms yields
to its control it ml hmgiirHtintf properties. I
lNVUiOHATK THE BY STEM. j
Miroroiis diifeptioti und pnrti hile nrodiict-a luitritious
blood, Htul nutritious bluod it heulthy fnniio. Does
the victim of a dyspeptic stumm-h und a disordered
liver desire to know how the dilation may he im
proved, the hile and other fluids of the body pnrilled T
Dll. IIOSTETTEtt'S STOMACH HITTERS.
Will Hcrntnpliah this desintbl revolution in tliesystem,
roKulHliiiK the secretions and excretions, Riving tone
lo the Hiiinml iuices which dissolve ihe food, strumth
en every rcluxcd nerve, iiiuaelu and fibre, und liritigs
the whom machinery oi vitality into vigorous und
liuiillliful pluv.
HTKENGTHEN THE SYSTEM.
The heat means of Itnnartinir vliror to the broken-
down fi'iune und n(mtU'ivd conaiitntion, which tins vet
tn-en jnvunteel or discovered, is nrollured tu the tueule
of belli mid all ngus in
1)U. IIOSTETTEtt'S STOMACH 1UTTEKS.
Dehilitv. from wlnttover ennae Hiiainir. nmv he
cored t strength, in wlmtever mtinner it imiv Imve
been w listed, mtiy he restored liy the use of tins pov
fill und healthy invigorunt. For iiidiKsLiun and its
puinful ettucU. bodily nnd mental, they wo a uositive
Bpecilic.
a nvuw tu nil-; aukij.
In the decline of life the loss of vital force conae
qnent upon physictil decay can only he snftdy supplied
uy some vivnying prcparuuon wnicit recruits me
atretngth and spirit, without entailing the exhuiiation
which is alwitvs the nnul ell'eet of ordinurv stiinuluiits.
W'e tender to the aged
I) It. HOSTETTEU'S STOMACH IilTlEItS,
Aa an Invigorant and restorative, immediate in Its ben
etlciul action and permitnent in itsetlecta. It tones tlte
stotniuli, Improves the Hppetite, and acts like u charm
upon the Sjiirits.
Thousands of ladies resort to it as a remedy fr hys
teria, thittcring of the heart, nervous htjiiditche, verti
go, go hp ni I debility, and ell peculiar dihturhimccs and
ue run gem en ts to which as a sex, they ure subject. It
clieurs and enlightens the depressed mental powers, as
welt us strcngUitins the body, und Its use is never i'ol
lowed by any re-uethm.
I'KEWAliE OF COtTNTKIU'KITS. Puu-haae
only of relitihle deuters. Sold every wliers,
llUMLri'M, SMI'UI V 1H':., AgontS.
Sun Fiuiii'isco.
IIOIGl: c OALKF,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS PORTLASD,
Nolo Ageiitti for the State.
"CAUTION."
HOHTRTTKR'N HIT'I'KKM, PUT Ul IN
HMA1.I. lioni.KS rlir thu Eustern Uurkiit.
ure HmliiiK ttiuir way into this.
riiiriiattitrs will uimurve tho dnt(reiK'o liPtwcn
IIiimu imtl thoso put up for this Mm-kef, "KX LIT
SIVKIA" IX TIIK OU) SIZED UMJli UOT-
TI.KS.
iionnic & cm.v.v.
Amenta, !I7 Front streut, l'urihinil.
fe30if
J. II. UNIIKUWOOI),
ATTOItNGV AT LA W,
EUGEXE CITY, OREdOS'.
Closing Out-At Cost!
AS WE INTE.VD ninkiiii; o cIniiiko In iiir Huslni'sa,
vro will sell our entire Stock of Drv Goods hi
'OsT. l'orsons wishing to inmliiiso nt lliu Lowest
Vrkn will do well lo call and examine otir.tock.
SMI I'll tc CAKTWliKlllT.
Ktilcin, 0ieon, Jlareh III, lMtir..
.V. H. Wo would he ideiiHed to see nur Old Cnsto-
ini'rs, esnetially those who hare unsettled Hd'ouiits on
our hooks.
I'lense coino forward. fliMilk'mcn. without further
invitation. (.' tf) 8 & C.
Steam Boilers For Sale.
WK HAVE TWO LAUGH. Pccondlmnd, Fine
lloilcrs, which wp will well tow. If applied for
soon. WILbAMKlTti WOIiKN M r G CO.
J. 8. Smith. Agent.
Riilem, March 'JO, 1W5. ft3t.
"AN OtM'K OF rUKYKSTlYK 18 W0KTU A
P0lTSB OK tlUK."
Gunn's New Family Physician,
Homo Book of Health,
F0KMIXG A COMPLKTK HOUSEHOLD GUIDE.
GIVIN'Gnmoy Valuable Htegetion for avoiding
Dinpiu-e and Proltmyinn Life; with plain dirce
tiuns in enscs of eniernency, and pointiiiff out in fa
miliar lanifuage the entities, symptoms, treatment and
Jnre nf diiteuiw mcidutit In men, women and children,
with simplest and hem remcdifM,
B YJOHS C. UIWX, AT. D.t
Author of the old work known a$ ' Gunn'$ Domett ie
AetliriH."
EDITORIAL NOTICES.
Dr. G"K! is famous to nil wentem iM.ple
if not indeed to ull America, for his celehnilet writ
iiw. and ilia sun-ens of ihe present wurk is I lie httnt
i-ertiHCHte ol its character that can be produced. The
stylo of the book is h very superior one, both its lo its
lypournphicul npiienranc'e and binding. Daily Ore
ffimian, Feb. 27th, IHt5.
Dit. Gi'K(. nnthorof the old nnd deservedly popular
work railed (innn's Domestic Medicine," him hilely
piililini.-d tlio results of his riper exturifmo hi the
New Family l'livsictan," which is reallv what it
profi'OHes to he, a Home Hook of llenltli.'' It is ti
Volume of over 13X1 pnuis, und contains u vnxt fund
of intiirHiation upon Medical and cuunatc stilijecls.
If every lamilv in ibe Ntttttt hat n eonv of it, ii would
extinuiHli a vat deal of quackery and save iliotiUtnd
oi O'Hiars now worse tnnn inrotcn away. uiugon
tituletman March IHtlS.
We hfive no heitiiiiiicy in recomniPtidinu
this work us the most complete Family AMical Guide
now piiblinlicd. Albany Jour not, March Ji, inj.
ilU. F. H. MtCLCI.LA.N has been uppoiuid Can
vui-hix Acitt for Marion county. He will endeavor
(o give ull persons resident hi the comity uu opportnn
ity of obtaiiiiiiif this reliable und mvitluuhle nihecrip
lion work.
I"u rt ipb interpnted will please rrnictiiltcr tliat this
work is only sold by sttbsciiption, and but one oppor
tunity will be prvtcnted for obtaining it. K.icli county
in Ihe Stale will le thoroughly can vanned hs soon us
praciicahle. M K THAVCU. Porlluud,
5 w A sent for Oregon.
186 5.
J. D. ARTHUR &
HA TV ITIIAINCJIHCO.
Corner of ('allfonila and Davis. Sts.
VOWOFFKK "AI'Ki WHOLESALE OU
ll RETAIL, a large and varied anorttiient of .11
kiudeof
AGRICULTURAL
DIPLEMENTS
AlM.th. Celebrated (HI 10 kEAPER, (called the
New York or hevinour Ac Morgan cnnhiiied
)Iailiiue, with ftreat iiiiproveineiiia, bavinif a STEEL
i niter liar Can he changed from . Mower to a drap
er iu ti:s mat'Tis i cuts within an inch of the nrooud
or two feet high. Can he used with tub or mora
bones. Will work on any aide bill, where Horses can
tiael.
t ytlNE TIIOlANL of thaae Machines in dm on
this Coa.1, which w eon.ider THE IIEVT PROOF
f their 8L I'KKIOlilTV ot.r .11 other Machine.
J. D. AHTIH II A hoy,
4uiia fob) A(enU fur lb. Pari He Coaat.
I n mi 1 iK-t ii r'rM t
VOL' ARE 1IEHEIIY NOTIFIED thai I .Imtl re
1 ipnre yiMilokeep Ibxiks, actliuar forth the meaAy
ffmeea of four manml'iictnrtd arhres. And in ren
deritiK iMoiint i-f sinh article, wares, sc., .old, th.
IhH aiauant of actual sale, most he elated
W M A K MKI.I.K.V.
f 8. Aaa't Aw r, 4th llu i.iou.
Kebrn.r. :b. IA '. tm
A r-
X jf Kl fM n hold, its rtrularromnanU
ftl'rMn Ui second B(i4 Hurili VriHtft tn wh
itiih. Ikfltirii lb $ood (ixilitf r lnvll4 lo tlirtul.
T II C'uil';. ftltf A. Mc-CAtUT, W M.
I frr ittrsfsth. it t leHwrlr itrrvt. New York, tnJ sviil la
imh of ih mnih In .f itt r alHraUn. Kvry
mi in tr -iflr aii'J T'Jf HoHr riiuiilit tkti an ltitf
rl in Ids "' liir Mrill f )! trofti Ha in-
cal rlitrarif ttt ftr'h, U la ! cttap-tt matailn puliMth
W !) liW I'll Iff tr HTNLT to n- miUm tn h
Sutra tnr b er, tttm ir-t"t. utmn the r
rUiWa, m LtWrlr si., N-w lrS
In mm tout nf ib-ri irtt Moitu r ran bv am at hc
,w,if, .?. a.RW. Ils suppl e bf H HITR nMtM.
flrws Attt. fr ; mr Um AHlltfw(.'"W(-
GREAT ATTRACTION!
Large and Fresh
ARRIVALS
or
ink m hiii coons,
AT
BR llil ill BROTHERS!
WK take pleasure In nnnmiucInK to Ihe public of
Salem that we are now In receipt o( a largo and
well selected stock of
Dry Goods, riolliinur.
lioofa unil Mmm'k,
Hals und Cap, Ac,
Especially udaptcd for the Spring and Summer trade.
Our slock of tlrv floods is tho
LARGEST AND COMPLETEST
KverolTered before ill Sutem, and tho selection com
prises All the Latest Styles and Fashions
. In the East
Wo have ulao uddid largely to our stock of
Groceries, llu rd warp, Crorkcry and GliVHwnre,
And enn offer to the nubile unit the trade generally
GUKAT HAltOAIlVH.
AIJ kliuls ol prodip'e taken in exchange for ifooda. 1
VAl.l. A.M NKI!
BREYMAN BRO'S.
Fillers, March 27, tH';."). 'Mf
R. G. SNEATH,
WH0LES1LE GROCER,
25, Front Street,
(Opposilo O. S. X. t'o.'a wharf)
I'OKTI.ANO, OUIidON.
GOODS BY THE PACKAGE,
for Cash, at
Sail Francisco Trices and Freight.
IT1 Orders promptly filled in San Vrunrisco if de-
Bllt'll.
Portland, March 20, 18tS.
0ni4
CONSTITUTION
LIFE SYRUP,
COMPOSED OF
IODIDK TOTASSIUM.
With the (Nimpimud (Vincent rated Fluid ICx tract of
fiiiiKWort AnufKlure. Utot, Abscess Knot., It loud
Koot, Cuncpr Hoot. Fovor l(ot, 1 'linker WVed, Con
snniitum I'lanl. (Iruvid Graved i'lunt, l.if Koot,
Liverwort, lSVrvine Knot, IMtirUy Hoot, KiiMKnfms
litiot, St'iirvy UninH Itoot, Si'roltila I'ltint, Kiiltlusnulfe
Koot, Btjimw Hol, W-u adioo ltmk, Wintnrocii, tho
whole si ipinillciilly pn'imrod, and ooii'iiioiii the full
virtue of ull UiR iiixrodients united in tin elimit Hyr
up, that postwssi's u wolidorj'iil power in the euro of
diseases-
COXSTITtTIOX LIKK SVKl'P.
A positive and epecilie remedy for all diseases oriir
inatiiiK from an I d l'L'll K S I' ATE OF TU E 111.01 H),
un. I lor nil Ihoreililarvl DI.SEAHES tmiismitted from
PARENT TO CHILI.
Pariilj'slft,
Hetnipletfia, Paresis, Pitraplefria. P.iriilyKis, Axitans
Dj-pepslu.
Indigestion. Livgr Comtdiiint, Constipntinn, Weiixht
at Stoiuatdi, HilioliMiiess, Want of Appetite, Flatulence,
llud llreath.
Scrofula.
Striiina, (il.iiidnhir Swelliiiga, L'lteration, King',
bvtl, f.ryiiipelas, all Klienin.
ltlii'timiitlsm.
(Arthrilla) N'eiiralui.i,
Iilonronx.
Oont, LnmhaKO, Sciatic, Tic
NervousiieHS.
Nervous Debility, Confusion of Thoughts, Etdlepsv
Iass of Power, Miatteri'd Nerves, St. Vitus' Ihiiico.
MiTciirlitl IllsfiPtCH.
Salivation, Feelini of Weariness. Ih-llinK of Holies,
llud Cotii'l(xioii, A,-lie in lloties, la.pre.iH.il .Spinls
i'on.litotion Lite Hvrno t)iiru.s the sv.lein eiitirt-ir
of all the evil ell'i'-ls of .Men-nrv, retiiovinu' the Hail
Hrenth, and cniina tlio Weak Joint, and Rheiiiiialie
Pains wliirh tlio inic of Caioinrl ia sine to produce,
It harden. Hponiry tlinns nnd Mraren the teeth as
nriuly an evtr. .
Constitution 1.1ft Kjrup
Eraiiirates, root and branch, all Enilive IiM-ares
of the Sk ttl like
llcrrs I'linplrs, UIiiIcIich,
And all other dilhVnlti f the kind, whic h so iihk Ii
di.linro tlie outward iiiicaranco ol both iiimIc. and
fennili's, and oHeli making them a disK't.tiil object to
themselves anil their friends.
Constitution Lire Sjrup
CUHKSALI. SWELLINO OF THE OI.AXDS,
eitiierof the Knee, Neck, or Female llrcnsl.
t"fi"A. a aeiieral Hhatd Purifviiia Ayetit. the Life
Hymn stands tinrivalh-d by any ireiarati'Hi in the
world.
Constitution Life Sjrup
Is the Poor Man's Mead and the ItVh Man's blesa
llu. Ituy it, lake it, and Im cured. It is uuiveraal iu
it.etlerls
ti. ii. ;iti:;;. m. d.
8de Pniprietor, New York
laboratory, llrmiklvn, L I
I'ltlt'E-fl per llottlei Sis Unities fur .V
jr,("t by KspreHtoall port. o( ihe country.
Hold by
IIODUK C'AI.KF,
hlHTil A DAVIS,
W. MT.ATIICKFOKD,
nih'Jtltf Portland, Oreiron.
Happiness or Misery;
THAT IS THE QUESTION.
TIIRI'ttltPIIIKTOItHiiP THE "PAUKIC UU
hEL'H I'r' ANATOMV AND HCILM'K." have
dete ntnied, regaldies. tff eXfa-tiw, lo imii. r'REK
(for the Wnefii .f .alb-ring bninamtvi to ir of their
m'Htt inten-ting and liiatrilriive LErTl'KES, on
MARItlAUE, and iis dtviuliliralima i Nervous 1.
bility. Premature 1Iiim of Manhood, ludle.ljt,ii,
WealilH-Mor lepreMion, 1am f Eitergy . and Vital
Power, llie great H,h lal Kvil, and lhe uo.ln'lle. that
result from youthful lollies. e ot msturily, or Ig
aoranreof l'hvdoj!V and Nature s l.
'I "iieas iuvulualile l-rltin-a hare been III. ineaiis of
enliifhteninir and saving Ihouniida, an. I will be for
wanled KRKKmi rerript of Teiay live Cents in
polaa auii, by addressing "H.Tieiary Pai itle Hu
wum of Aiialoiiiy anil hrietK-e, Pine Hlrcet, Ksu Kran
Cisco" Mvis
t " letter lo l-e M at tlimngb Wi lls, Kargo V Co.
i. o. o. r.
..II. . 1. 1 . 1 it.hiiv V . .
SiriMll.) .l.,tf. .1 II. loll Im ll,.lm.nri
'a), utM..a. Ilruthw. In aool ,t.n,lli,a .rein
,lll tesll'li'l. U. M ST KOI II, N (I.
1 Ha... K IWertary. Sett
WALLA MET KRCAMfM ENT, Ke. i. lOOfT
MKr.lnONTIIEHUsl' ANIiTllllll X yj
Kiiday Efeninga of each month, at X
ft o rlmk, in their Hall. Ml lloiman llhak.
Hretbren la govl siandtpg ar. invited to
.it.nl. ftKoh'iK cL MKOl'K, CP
PROVISIOT4 STORE
'PHOM8 II. COX, at tlin old sland on Commercial
1 Htrcet, Salem, kueps jronstantlr on hand a well
selected stock of
FAMILY GROCERIES,
Teas, Syrups, Coffee, Sugar,
fcC.,tC7cVC.
til', (MIES, M1IS, (ML Oil,
Fen Nul, Candle,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
Choke Wines nnd LIiuor,
, For Medlcnt Purposes, ,
In short, everythinu; requirod to supply the household
wants ot
The Best Regulated Families.
AM, KINDS OP MERCHANTABLE
COUNTUY PUOIVUCE,
...tell as..
Potatoes, Turnips, Carrots, Parsnips, Ac,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Prices to Suit the Times
i)i i( K sai.ds, KMAi.r. poi its.
Dours open nt all linsitiews hours t
VUiiiInh! on l'rcfi!
No Charge for Exnmlnlsg Stock.
Ailii'lea dolivercil to any inirt of the City, KI1EH
0KCI1AKOK.
T110S. II. COX
Salem, March 1:1, IHCi.
E. W. TRACY & CO.,
(Sucressora to Tracv Kh)
AS8AYERS,
l'oilliiiitl, Oi'f'KOii,
1IKIIIKKT liltlCE PAID FQU
GOLD Dl T. LEGAL TENDER, Ac.
Mining Stocks Bought and Sold.
Orririt i M Front Street, 1st door below Artlifonl'e
JACOII UNDKItlllt.l,,
MK II A It T,
ortlund.
San Franciaco,
JACOB UNDERHILL & CO.,
lHl'OllTKIIN AND UKALKII8 IN
Hardware. Iron, and Steel,
No. 1(10 Front at., corner Alder,
FOKTI.AIVn, . ORHOOHf,
tire constantly receiving
Hit ft from MnniiTiM'liirci' Eusl
AND IN EMGLAN1),
A LARGE STOCK OF COOD3,
coiisistiitK of
MECHANICS', MINERS', k BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS,
Ouiiitcrlfiiil Conl.
IKON M) STEEL, OF ALL SIZES,
Wagon and Seat Springs,
IRON AXLES,
NUTS AND WASMKK8, KOl'E, Axe.. Ate.,
which will be aold at SAN FRANCISCO KATE8
FOR CASH.
JACOII I'NDEUIIILL A CO..
Kill Front at., oomor Alder, Portland.
March ti, IHtii. Iml
DRAKE'S
PUHMION BITTERS.
8. T.-1860--X.
The rnpiilily with which
IIRAKE'S mTPII BITTEJLS
Have Wcouie a llill'KEIIOLI NECESSITY ibroiigh
ont civilir.ed nations, ts without a par.
allul in tba bi.torv of
llu, world.
OVER
TWO MILLION, UNI. IIL'MHIliO TIIflW.lM)
Were Sold tn TWELVE Months.
The llPiniuid ia Dully Increasing
KM II imtl lOOII,4M.I nnd VOI
Ladles, rh)lrlnnii nnd Clrrgymen
FIND T ' AT IT
Hovlvest liroopliiy HplrltM,
I.i iidaKTICr.XJTIIIothr )'
Vigor to the Mind,
AND Is
Exhausted Nature's Great
KESTOTtEU.
Ita rfliict, in rusvs of
DYSPEPSIA,
LoNnof Alipclllf, Uetikiins, I' Xfri.it-
tvo I iitiKiii', Mour nloinni'li, .'i-n
till IM'nisoiKlftiry, Ac.
IH MOHT EXTRAORDINARY,.
It is compiMicd of the choicest roots and herbs, the
Ilia erlebralel l lMaI HAHIt. etc, all pre
served in pure HT. CIKilX KI M. A a renlle At.iie
liter, and healthr. aureeable Ktimiilam, it ha. no
eoal.
It is solk by all resiM-ctable dealers. In every Town
Parish, Villeife ard liauiiel, lliroiiuliool North and
rV.nth America. Enroe. nnd the Islands of Ihe
Ocean.
if Von can be Ki noiiin utileu Warinu' tbo lri
vate Cnlleil Hlalrs Stimp over Ihe cnik, with Kixiia
Hire on ateel nl.ite label of
P A. DRAKE, ii CO,
HMITIE Ac IAVIH,
Tl Front dreet, Portland, Oregon,
not.: a ft k n t ft ron okkoosi,
and the Territotles.
March ?th. imii.
Cm 4
HOOP'N
MENACERIE AND MUSEUM.
I koOP would with very great pleasure and eon
II. fldence tuuouiit-e lo iho publie that he has
oiH-netl a urneral esrhange of .nimals Willi th.
ha.trm anuHoiilhem ll-n.igeries, and that hi. euler
piia ba. proven quite sitcreMfiii , in cotieequauce of
which he ba. erected a building on . new anil conve
ineut plan, w iih suitable apartments lor tlie aceont
mialali'iii of bis aniioais, v that mch aiav be kept in
the moat cleanly slate, and in lb. similitude ot ita nat
oral wild handle, ami a separate apartment tensed for
the preservation of Minerals. Mulled Animals, lltrus,
and rurioelties iu generul. WlUl these illi-reaslllg fa
rilities. be earnestly desires the public to fetrh or send
word of any animals, buds, ti.li... skins, Himenili.
curiosities, or utivthing thai nmy be ol interest, deed
or alive, and ma to t,,p with one or two. but .end all
they can. He frequently Ioih-s animals and siermieus.
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PULMONARY
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"A cough IsKonenilly the effect of a cold, which
bus either. been improperly trusted or entirely nK
lected. When it proves obstinate, THERE! 13 AL
WAYS REASON TO FEAR THE CONSEQUEN
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often the foteriinnor of consumption." Buchanan's
Uomostle Bledicine.
STOP THAT COUGHING:
Some of you can't, and we pity you. Ton hay.
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sic merit, to supersede all similar preparations. Xt i.
not surprising yon should be reluctant to try Mm.
tiling else after Ihe many experiments you bay. made
uf trashy compounds foisted on th. publie u I certain
eura t but
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BVRlP
Is really the VERY I1EBT remedy ever compounded
for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Son Throat, Asthma,
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Thousands of people in California and Oregon hay. al
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WHAT KILLED Hint
Dr. Hall, in hia "Journal of Health," speaking of
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110 Iliad u C old J
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iniwl lo be drum led Uiw.-iuw hi the whole vutitloutie.
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mi yreut is llie good it hue iforiiicd, and su great the
hiiiiiUiity it Iihs miuirtd.
In ihik prepuniiiuii, lesids Ihe virtue of the Cher
ry, ihrre art com mi un led wiih it other iiifiredieata of
li'kfl viihitj, thus increattinK its vhIuo ten f4d. end fora
iiiK a Hemedy whoso power to soothe, to neei, to re
lieve, end to cure disease, exists iu no other Medici ue
yet discovered. '
The uiiMui.led mccfti tliat has attended the appll
i'lilion oi tltiv meiiaiiie iu ail eases of
PULMONARY COMPLAINTS
has induced many physicians of high Mending to em
ploy it in Iheir praeiiev, soine of whom advise a. of
the' tiiet under their own signaturea. We have space
only for the names of a few of these t
H II Kibi it. M 1 . Han Pranei.ro, Tal.
E. Hot D, M 1) , Exeter, Me.
Ai.riAsnia MsTi ii M I) , China, Me.
II. Ksi.t.ows, M I) , Hill, N. II.
W. It. Weae, Ml), Cap. Vincent. N. V.
W. II. Ltsch. M I) , A irn, N. Y.
Aaa.Hsa Ksai a, M D , lloundbroek, N.J.
11. 1. Uautik, U l)., Mau.IV.ld, Pa.
Th. proprislors have letters from all elaase. of our
fllow eitiieus. from the halls of Convm. to tlte hum
blest collage, and even from beyond the seas i for the
fame and virtues of Wiatas i IIai.sauj bav. .stand-
d lu Ihe "utleruiwt bom ds of Ihe earth," without
any attempt un our part lo lulmduce it beyond the
Ituiiteuf our own country.
TO CALIFOUXIAXS AND0REG0MAX3.
Aflir tktolrr I, l "II reseiae IVlSTAItS
t:Ai.AM o( nil.lt VHEHRY for Ike We
;..-.. ri." tnriasrA in m arte rripprr r.ira wilt
Uart.it pnnlr mil's nf hotk Hit M V. Kowi.a
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tfhta, as tll as si Jut siwtlt of Ika s.ganlarrs of
I III rrs, "" Sxruuo at Pah.',' and II. Wisy.a,
M. 1. "
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