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SALEM. MONDAY. MAY B8.J800.
" MAUION CO. UNION TICKET.
K..r Stale Smntor.-S. Ilanws, J. 0. rTWranT.
BepresenUUvM-J"l' Ni. u. II. A. Winu, W. K. 1'iasis,
County Jiulw .!" C. I'SKSI.SS.
C.iuntvCIrk tlsi'Rus A. fcuks,
H.i rlll J. J. Mi'RPJU.
TraiLHiirr tUMi'M. JIkajihick.
Awemior II. I). Muusm
School HupiirliiltMli'iil Ij, J. Powsu..
Cu. CotniuL.tniu'r. J. II. ItnimiKS, Th.ihah C. Biiiw.
Surveyor T. W. Uavkssort.
Coroner Kkbsiti's It. Kami,
POLK CO. UNION TICKET.
Iteprcienlstlei J. n. Colliss, McM. Donsns, J, bTOurrui,
Comity ,ruil W. 0. Whitsos,
Comity Clerk Thomas 1'kaso.
Hliitrlir A. Hiijihvm.
Treasurer Wa. Hiiwk.
Awoeanr J. W. Dowssit.
School Superintendent J. A. Arf liuatb.
Surveyor W. II. UmitiND.
Coroner N. illinsuN.
Co. Commh.lonera Okokok II. Ku.sas, Okoiioh Comkoys.
tiilklii. h, la.f?.
ty airreetnent, the Polk comity candidates, of both
1 -.1.1 .1 1 li;. u III,.'....,.!.
pUniUR Will BlUirCBB HID lic.iiic.i'vWiiitniiH
a.m.,) Ht the fullnwiiiK times iiikI places i
At l'lonminl Hill, Jackson, Mny sSlth.
At IraTnwnsonp's, Salt Lake, Mny With.
At lletltel. Mny illst.
At Kola, June Int.
At Dulltu, JiiotJW.
J. W, Johnson, Democratic ciinrihlnto for ProsccU'
lintf AllOnioy, will imitivoo ui" ,viin vi,,i.i;iid b, ,?
fiillowltiK limes una pmccB.coiuiurjicinu; hi one n chick
p. in., of each Jny. The opposing candidate in invited
to inset mm.
Dallus, May 20.
Monmouth, May 30.
EoIk, May 31.
Halutu, June 3,7 o'clock,
'RALLY ItuTN!) THE FLAG, BOYS I B ALLY
OXCK AliAIJi !"
GOVUttSOB OIIII13 anil COLONEL HAWKINS
will iicldrim the citizen of Orison as follows :
Oreniin City, Wednesday, Mny 30, at 1 p. m.
Porllmiil. Tlinrrtduv. May 111, at 1 p. m.
Haiku City, Saturday, June ii.
By nyreempnt, the Marion County Candidates will
spcuk at the following times and places, to-wit i
Wacondn, Mny 3H. St. Clair, May 31.
Aurora, Muv 2ft. St. Louie, June 1.
Butteville, Muy 30. Salem, Joue 2. (
Speaking to commence at 1 o'clock, p.m.
THE COUNTY UNION NOMINATIONS.
We are glad to see that the Union pnrly through
out the State have shown the people that our par
ty desires none but the very beat men for County
aa well aa State offices. We have published the
tickets from time to time, and have noticed them
as much as our limited space would permit. Tor
liepresentativus, our candidates are of a liifjh or
der. In Clatsop county, Judge Olnoy, universal
ly acknowledged to be a very able man, with a
character above reproach, is on the ticket. In
Washington, A. IlinmannndGeo. C. Day, among
the best citizens of the county, are Union nomi
nees for Kcprcsenlativcs. In Yamhill co., K. H.
Liitighliii and J. Lnmson. Mr. Latnson is a far
mer, of good judgment and large information on
all the issues before the people Ho is thefnther
of the brave and gallant Lieut. Roswell 11. Lam
son, of the U. 8. Navy, who was wounded in the
bloody asiault at Fort Fisher, and who had the
distinguished honor of piloting the celebrated
" powder boat" to the very walls of the hostile
fort, Mr. Laughlin is a man of the best reputa
tion for integrity, good practical sense, and devo
tion to the interests of the people. In Wasco,
Harvey llogue, the people's favorite, and Mr.
Koegle, are on tho track, llogue is a host in him
self, and a leader of the party up there. With
Mr. Koegle we have no acquaintance.
In Clackamas county, the Union men hare a
list of Representatives who might have been
termed, in old times, the people's tribunes. Com
mencing with W. C. Johnson for the Senate, we
have W. A. Starkweather, Jos. D. Locoy, and J.
1). Garrett for the llouso Starkweather is an ex
perienced legislator, and would make an excel
lent presiding oSicor. He has few equals in the
Stats. Carey Johnson is universally beloved and
honored, and has many friends for his promotion
to Congress. Judge Locey is a rising man, and
one that ought to rise. His integrity of purpose
and purity of principles will always mark him as
a man to trust in any station. Mr. (Inrrett is a
substantial farmer, and a very good man. The
Union men in Portland have a good ticket. We
are personally acquainted with but two Dolph
and Upton. They are among the ablest lawyers
in Oregon, and with the other nominees will ably
battle lor the interests of our commercial city.
In Lane county, the Union men have brought out
their strongest men. Udell, ono of lite best men
in the valley, is at the head of the ticket, for the
Senate. Our old friend McCornack, together
with J. M. Dick and Capt. Kigdon, are on for the
House. We are grntilied to learn that, notwith
standing the copperheads have been colonizing
their recruits from Price's army in that county,
there is a certainty of electing the whole Union
ticket. The copperheads have a miserable set of
rebels on their tickot iu Lane. We have noticed
the Douglas county Union ticket, which is one of
the best iu the State. We understand that Mr.
Lockhart, who is the Uuion nominee for Coos and
Curry, is a most excellent man, with all the requi
site qualifications to ably represent the growing
interests of that part of the State. With the can
didates eabt of the mountains we have no ac
quaintance. We have a letter from Umatilla as
suring us that tho Union men are almost sura of
carrying that county. It ought to be redeemed
from copperhead misrule.
Let the Union men in every county go to work
in earnest for their county tickets. The Legis
lative and county interests are very important,
and ought to command the attention of the law
and order, permanent citizens.
' Went Woolino and Got Sheared."
Tim "dead duck,'' Su-plien SUate, together
with one Jones, a member of (he midnight,
oath-bound Joneses, held a meeting at Bethel
to instruct the sovereigns how to vote. Stoats
aid his price, likewise Jones. Slants triumph
antly called for a reply by a Union man, wIicd,
greatly to his surprise, a plain, honest farmer,
named Gcorgu Bell, arose fur the cause of his
country. From a Quaker meeting the audience
was soon transformed iuto a glorious Uniou
rally. As Mr. Bell proceeded with his honest
facts and patriotic eloquence to strip the trea
sonable rigmarole of the two copperheads, of
their falsehoods and misrepresentation, the
house came dnwo with rousing cheers for the
Uniou. And when he tamed upon the Cop
perhead traitors, and aent their treasonable
record home to them, the audienoe applauded
to the enho, and Junes and Staats ilinked off
like whipped spaniels. Three cheers for Bell!
Badly Drmobalizrd. From Dallas, from
Amity, from Oregon City, and fiom every di
rection, the report come op, that Jaraee K.
Kelly baa become terribly demoralized. At
Amitjr and Oregon City, Kelly swore like
trooper, to' the amazement and disgust of all
bis friends. People are Dow learning that
Kelly has been terribly overrated in Oregon.
Instead of displaying the consideration, mode
ration, and souud sense with which he baa been
credited, he shows that be baa been entirely
broken down, has become desperate and reck
less of his acta and opinions. This is the sore
reward to all those who engage in the advoca
cy of bad caose. On the other hand Gov.
Woods, by his uniform courtesy and gentle
manly eonduot on the slump, bis dignified and
logical appeals to the reason of voters, bas
made himself hosts of friends. He has al
ready literally used up Kelly.
A Fantastic Cisa. O'Fay, the Dem
ocratic candidate for Congress b a ohannv"
fellow. Whcu be resided ia Astoria, some
years ago, be was in the habit of getting
uroni ami marcning inroogn the streets with
whole bolts of taodr ribbon lied on his hat and
mis and around his body. We bare Ibis
from one who witnessed his antics. Albany
That is nothing. We have seen him drank
in Jacksonville, riding a billiard cue all over
' town, like a little Imy with bis first pair of
boots astride bis mother's broom. "Candid Joe"
would explain that by earing be was slightly
insane. Does Oregon want lo send a sjuatie
A HOLDIKIt SPITS ON THE I'OPPEBIIEAD
Fort Lai-wai, I. T.. May 12, 1SG6.
Ed, Slatrtman ! All is as quiet at this post
as usual, The weather has been fine this spring
and grass is rather better than usual. Stock
is doing well. o
The Volunteers at this post havo been nox
iously expecting to be discharged from the ser
vice in time to do some work for the Union
cause at the coming election, and still hope it
may turn out so, but have good reason to think
it quite uncertain. The Copperhead Platform
has made its appearance at the garrison, nnd I
oan assure the Cops that thnt portion of it which
was meant for us is appreciated. Of course
we have forgotten all tlie malevolent epithets
applied to tho soldier by thorn, suoh ns " Lin.
coin dogs," "Abolition thieves, robbers, mur
derers," etc.! We do not remember that Pres
ident Lincoln was characterized hy thorn as
unlit to govern a free people, as a traitor nnd
tyrant ! Soldiers have no notion of the fact
that it wits to the wicked influence of the cop
pet heads in the North his assassination was
principally due! All this have we forgotten !
nnd appreciate most sensibly that insulting,
wheedling stuff the 10th. resolution of the
copperhead oreed ! Can his Satanic Majesty
have more impudent assurnnoe than these cop
perheads 1 cannot believe that any one who
has ever been a Union soldier will vote their
lioket. One op tub Volunteers.
Uhanu LoroB or Oamoa, 1. 0. 0. met May loth
at Dalles City. All the Lodges iu the jurisdiction, ex
cept one, represented. Reports of officers show the Or
der to be In a nourishing couditiun and rapidly lucrem
inft in membership. Tlie officers elected for the present
year arc as follows : Wm. Murton, of Portland, G. M.;
j. T. Blaoailleld, of Kugenc City, D. 0. M,: 8. J. Day,
or Jacksonville, U. W.j C. N. Terry, of Salem, 0. 8.;
Geo.HcD. Stroud, of Salem; 0. T.j Chris. Tailor, of
Oregun City, G. Rep, to Grand Lodge of the United
States. The Grand Lodge adjourned on Saturday morn
ing, llllh inst., at 3 o'clock, to meet at Portland in May
" If O'Miaiia LxAna this Democratic Party1, I Goes
with Tnt: Niouebs." It Is currently reported, and very
generally believed, that Jacob Conner made use ol the
above language about two years ago. We would not
any that Conner did, but it sound very much like him.
Conser ha now contented to run for State Senator, in
place of Mr. Whitney, who refused to be sranduli.ed
nntl disgraced by permitting Democracy to use bis name
ior mm mure.
Jake (,'okser At the Uniou meeting at Scio.thls
Democratic candidate fur State Senator proposed three
cheers for the "rump Congress;" and It Is believed by
persons who were there that when the battle-flag in
possession of Col. Iluwliins wax exhibited , Conser united
with the rebels from Price's army In groaning at that
flag. Conser hint lost his grip. Reatembsr that, voters
oi Marion county.
Linn County Union Ticket. The Union
party has brought out a splendid ticket in Linn
County. The people will promote their own
interests by electing it. The Journal notices
it as follows:
Our candidates for State Senators and Rep
resentatives nrn all well known to. the Doonle
of this county, Several of them are. able
speakers aud will not fail to malic the county
cavass unpleasantly interesting for their op
ponents, ine candidate tor County Judge is
too well kuown for ns to attempt to ndd nnv-
thing to his reputation for integrity aud abil
ity by speaking of him here. Suffice it to say
that lie was nominated by acclamation withont
a dissenting vote Ho will take into tho can
vass ability unequalled by any man Ilia op
position euti produce. Tho nominees lor
Sheriff and County Clerk are known to the
people ol Linn county. Ther havo both
served in the ollices for which they nro put in
in nomination, will credit to tliftiisclvuH nnd
to the satisfaction of the pontile whose inter
est it has been their duty to look after.
Shall Jekp. Davis Sc Co. Hulk Ovbu
This Nation. The Corvallis Gazelle puts
thut question in the following pointed and torso
By voting for Fay, O'Meara and Kelly vou
say that traitors shall make your laws, aud
rule over you, because they publicly declare
in their speeches that Stephens, Davis and
their kiud nro ua much entitled to purtioipute
in these mutters nt any other iuhahitnut of the
United Stnles. Are the patriotio musses who
for four years bnllled so nohlv lor tho cause
of Liberty and Union, now willing tn place the
reins oi uovernineuc iu tlie Imnds nt traitors!
Shall rebels be permitted tn accomplish hy the
liallot wuat they could not do with bullets!
Will any otto hut a disunionist ever consent
that the greatest and blackest traitor and mur
derer Jeff Datis shall, in any event, have a
voice in making laws tn govern the actions of
the American people? It the people desire to
nbanilon every principle involved in the war
lor thu umou. tln-y can do so by voting lor the
party whose leaders publicly proclaim that
Jefferson Davis should lie. admitted to n seat
in the U. S. Senate, if elected hy Missis
sippi. Rev, C. F. Smith. The Stale Journal
gives "candid Joe," (he following notice:
In fact, it is passing strange hotv this rever
end hypocrite, and demagogue, by tho name
of Joe Smith, better known ns "Carving-Fork
Smith," and "candid itinii"can pile up his bare
faced sophistries, fallacies and falsehoods, one
after another by the hour. How can a man
who knows better that knows better as thor
oughly as be must, bend himself to the base
purposes of giving encouragement, aid and
comfort to the enemies of all that is dear and
sacred! Does he not fully know that to this
party, the cause ot which he is perhaps the
most effective apologist, now belongs every
traitor in the laud every bloody banded vic
ious guerrilla in the State. And they properly
belong to tbeparty he apologizes for, because
it holds to, mid maintains the whole system ot
depraved doctrines, sentiments and principles
which emanated from that sum of all villainies
I bat so long has been the ruling deity of the
so called Democratic mind aud morals. The
lowest instincts and practices of the wretched
and abandoned ere represented at the bead of
their ticket, and the basest disregard of, and
shameless repudiation) of honor and private
debts, in the body of it. And he, tho Rev.
Candid Carving Fork, holding a commission
troin Almighty Uod, to "tell the troth," to
"cry aloud, and spare not," apologizing for it.
and urging the people to honor nnd sustain it!
0 shame, where is thy abiding place!
THK LI.. lOOTI JOXKSLS.
moke midnight conspirators.
The Albany Journal says:,
We promised our readers when we first di
vulged the secret of the existence of treas
onable organization in this county, known as
the "Jones Family." to give names at a prop
er time. We purposely postponed mentioning
names nntil tlie Democracy should make its
nomination, knowing as we did that the
"Joneses" controlled the aotion of tbe party,
and would nominate some of their own num
ber on tbe ticket onless their names were
made poblio- We propose now to give the
names of two men who have been placed on
the Linn county Democratic ticket who, we
have credible proof, are members of the
"Jones" tribe. Mr. Jason Wheeler, candi
date for County Commissioner, acknowledged
to a gentleman of undoubted Veracity in this
county that the organisation did exist in the
Forks of the Sauliaiu and that he belonged to
it. Mr. J. R. 8outh, candidate on the Dem
ocratic ticket for Representative in the Legis
lature, is known to belong to the Jones organ
ization, am! he has made frequent speeches at
their midnight organs, held near the South
ern Methodist camp ground, on tbe North
Santiani. Another candidate for Legislative
honors en the ticket. We are credibly informed,
ia a member and held bigb position in the
lodges in this towu. On one occasion a traitor
notoriously known in California, named Street,
visited Albany and urged the necessity of or
gai izing a lodge here. He counseled exclu
sively with tbe leading Demnorata of that
place, and went from here tn Corvallis. where
a lodge was organized. He waa harbored
boot Albany and Corvallis by Democrats for
several days, and started from here lo Idaho
for the purpose of er'aMnhing lodges of the
pMWLisnCT We hear from the country that our
canity nominees on the Union ticket have entirely de
molished tbelr opponents. The Cops, have abandoned
every single point in the disctnwlou, save "negro suf
rnigc." On that point our candidates have agreed that
they are not In favor uf negro KinTntgr;-ani! so.loordor
to ijlve the Cops, any show to make a speech, they will
have to lie tinned over to Johnson and Dan. When
Miller and Belllmrer tackle the tiro colored men for a
discussion, we will bet on Africa.
Wah in EiiaoerMoxEv 1'anic- By late dipathoa
from Europe it seems probable that wsr lias broken out
betsreen Pronsla and Austria. A money panic has taken
place In London, snd several of the hesviest brokers
hove failed. This lias Influenced the New York market,
so that $5 000.000 In gold have been rent out on one
steamer, and greenbacks and 7 M's lnive declined in
1. 0. G. T. The olllccrs of Salem Lodge No. 30, 1. O
(J. T recently organized In this city, for the present
quurter, are as follows, viz: J. C. Aston, W. C.T.J
Hestor A. Pearson, W. V. T.j Sumiiel Ward, W.S.j
Atitui M. Force, W. V. 8.; John" SSmnwult, VY. T.j M. 8.
Pearson, W. H.: Mary Force, W. I.d.j Alonxa Ocsncr,
W.O.G.: D.Tillie Pearson, W. K. H. 8.; HaMa Miller,
W.I,. H. 8.; Susan Helson. W. A S.: Angeline John
son. W. I). H.; ,W. Us A. Hurley, P.W.C.T.;
J. Iloberg, Lodge Deputy. .
fiT Hen Hayden complains tout we charge him
with bnruing Joe Lane In effigy. Head our article
over again Ben; and set bow it reads.
Valuable and Convenient. Brown's llron
chial Troches are widely kuown as a remedy for Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Coughs, and other troubles of the
Throat and Looks, They are of grant value for the
imposes for which they are designed, while thev are
usually and plea-antly efficacious, they conlaiii no
hurtful ingredients, but may at all times be used with
It is true that, I, Doctor Drown, did give the lie to
ono copperhead the day of tbe speaking, because he
did lie, and 1 took the liliortv lo tell hint so. And fur
ther, the Kevien tells dirty liei the vonn copper
head did not si rike me in tbe face. Ami further, the
editor of tlie Iteviem tells another dirty lie: I do not
owe him cine cent for his treasonable sheet; I did take
two numbers of it, lint I paid for Ihein. I onlv suy
that the editor of the kmeic had bolter tell the'lrulh.
He says I was a professed democrat at that timet so I
am now, but not one of his kind, who is publishing
treason. Look at him I Look up, yua diminutive li
licler! and learn to speak the truili ! Yon talk about
my owing pooplel where is your office at Euirene
City? bow much is it in soak for up tborel and von
can't get a type! Where is your press iu Siileiuf You
haven't ot any, yon beggarly traitor, but havo to tuo
the Agriculturitt press. Yon sar you can do ob
work, and you haven't not a single tvpe, von misera
ble bar! you sold i.ll your old worn-out job typo to
the Agrii'ultnritt, to fivl money to ruu your treason
able sheet. O yon miserable bbniid I tell some more
lies, it you can find any more to tell. Just go in; 1 am
on hands. ln, Hbown, Salem, Oregon.
The Marlon County Medical Society.
The object of this Society shall bo the advancement
of medical knowledge, the elevation of professional
character, the protection ol its members, tbe extension
of l lie bounds of medical science, to improve tbe benllli
and protect the lives of thu ooimiiiinitr.
This Society shall consist of physician aud surgeons
residing in Mai inn and ailjolning counties, who are an
(homed to practice medicine anil surgery by any med
ical college qunlilietl to grant a diploma, and acknowl
edged by the American .Medical Association.
It shall lie the duty of the Censors lo examine the
credentials of every one applying lor membership, and
report the same to the Soi ielv, and also examine all
persons applying for admiwiion into the nlHre of any
memlierof this Society as students of medicine and if
Nind worthy nnd fully qualilied, to give them cert Hi
cates, in ancoritaiico with the rnlos adopted liv the
American Medical Association In such esses.
Tho Anniversary shall be lo-M on the last Tueadnv of
January of each year. Qunrterly nieeiiugs shall lie
held on the last Tuesday !' April, July iml October,
respectively, in the city of Kalem.and special mecliugs
every alternate Tuesday evening, at the Society's room,
No. n, Hoores'blnrk.tlie next meeting accruing on tho
evening or June 5th.
The members of the l'ress. and nil sclentillr. gentle
men, and rejrulir practitioners of medicine In good
standing are cordially Invited to attend.
Mm. H. A. Allen's World's Hair Re
storer uud Dressing. You cannot he bald or grey, and
neitlior lime nor sickness can bloinieli yonr Iliiir, if
you use them. Sold by all Druggists.
Agents, Hosteller, Smith, &. Dean. Sail Francisco.
DK. HOSTETTKItS STOMACH BITTKK8 It ren
ovates, purines, aud strer.Klhens the system, and aids
tho slonuch iu the performance of its functions. It is
a sovereign eperilic for imparling strength, vigor and
tone to the svsteni. Ulld liosseHMini tin, em-utiva nr,M-.
oi for all diseases arising from a disordered Stomach.
in tlie most severe cases of cramps, diurrlnoa and
weakness in the stomach, the Bitters have been se
verely tested, anil always with the greatest success.
Sold by all Druggists and dealers everywhere, and
liv llodtte. Cnlef ,V Co., Wholesale Drugiriste, !7,
Front Hi., Portland, Oregon.
W Hope for the Afflioted In another part of Mils
iSer will Oe found I tier ,lerti-inent f the celebrated In.
slitute established by Or. J. C. Ynuns, In ISV). In this aire
oi necen mm jiisrutsnlsm, It Is ft boon to Hie suuerltigtu
Hot oat lo them where lliey are sure of obtaining: Hie wish
ed for relief and cure, Under Hie cure of the skillful Doctor,
Hie sick and troubled enn divest themselves nf their burdens
of iialn and flliRins, lay aside their cr snd secure hesltlt
and hniirdnesfl. If you are sick or In trouble, do not hesi
oite. Head Hie advertisement and follow (l atlvlee. hn
not foriret lite nutnlirr, nor the manner of directing your let
ter. CONSULT ATIOX umcK, 636 Washington jlreel, Han
I'liilctl Slates Assessment.
THK Allium List ot the 4th Assessment Division
of this Slate will bo oten for examination at niv
oltlre, lioom II. Hoorea's Mock, Salem, from the i'lei
to the 30th of this month, where anneals will be re.
reived and determ nod, relative to anv erroneous or
excessive vul'lations, Hasessments or enumerations, hut
no ahaleiueut of Incomes n-tll be made, after the list
is closed. W. A. K. MiXLKN,
U. S Ass't Assessor, 4th Division.
Salem, Oregon, Mny 16, IK'ib. l-'w'J
Is now in
Where a WOOL HOItTRR, NPIKII and
TWO MHAVKII can lind prolltable employ
Commercial St., opjaislte tlie Steamboat Loading.
SINGLE AXD DOUBLE ROOMS.
Board nor week f, IHI
Uuard aud Lodging (ii lit) to " (SI
i-tt I. V. MOS.-MAN. Prop'r.
rpiIE copartnership lifreiofuie existing between
1 M. Myers and John Hughes, under the lirm mime
of Myers, Hughes it Co., is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent. All persons knowing themselves ill-
aeoiea in me uus nrm must rrntko immediate settle
ment, either by cdi or note. Hither part v is author
ized to sign in liijiiidiiliou. M. MVKIiH,
r-aiem, may , ihj. JtJIlN Hl flllKS.
The business will be cotllioued l.v M Mvers and
ft. A. Uiggs, nnd.r the lirm naoie of MVKIIH at.
CSO. II. CURRSV, HtTH K. IlAMMSa.
Attorney at Uw. Notary Public
I KICKV & IIATITIKlt,
Law and General Agency Olllcc,
Up Slabs. Moores's Urick Mock,
PARTICULAR attention given to the purchase and
sale of Laud.' aud City properly.
Abstract of Titles furnished. Business transacted
with all tbe Depart menu at Wasliiu;toa City. Col
lections promptly attended to.
Kir iHicscra: Messrs .1 II I R. Moore. Heath
it Dearborn. J. B it M. Hirscli, Kalem ; Crawford,
Slncom At Co., Vancouver i Dr. W. H. Waikios, Port
land: Hon. O N, Deiinv. DallesCiiv. Muy 14, 1X06.
CORNELL 6t BARNES.
Croffrifi ProTfiioni, nnd Confttiioutrj,
Grnls'ind Bora Boots and Shof
LADIES' AND HISSES' SHOES!
M 41 I.N, IIOL-,ItAKE, At-., Ac,
Cheap, for Cash or Country Produce.
floods delivered to all parts of the City fret of
HtoiTJ, Rate Street, foflr doors east Pool office.
I'OKNKLL fc HAKNKM
Bi t s RI B KEA Pit HI, for sal by
JOH M C. 1IKI.I,
Bl I K Kl'K jnoWKKStforsalo. by
JnllX ('. HKI.L
IOFPRR for sale a half Of a whole section of land
of early selvrtimt and of superior qnalilv, nearly
all inrhnrd and well improved, with all mresnirv
balldiuin. living waler oa Uw premise part prai
ri. part umber and bruh um. Att4 . j ,lrty
of frail Um '
I pmcKSM to sell II m above uw-ls of kuid at half
My rewdewe Is fusrr smlrs annh of SilveHnn. Ma-ri-
eoniny,llreir. Ub.VJ. CLKAVKK.
May ith. ItHA allsl
Importer nnd Wholesale
Drugs, and Medicines, ii- w i
PAINTS, OILS AXD WINDOW GLASS.
White Lead Varnishes,
Kerosene Oil; Painters Material,
And constantly receiving, from the
INVOICES OF GOODS
In our line, snd offered to the trudo hi
Quiintltlea to Mult f
VERY LO.WI R AT E 8 .
Fire Proof Brick, 131), Front Street,
Mnreh Id, 1KHC. am,:
JOHN C. BELL
Hhs Just ltprelvetl and la Now Opculng a
Yery Fine Stock of
DIHKCT I'll 0.11 HAN sVII A Nt'INCO,
EVERY VARIETY ol DRESS and FANCY ARTICLES
Aiuonit which are
SILK POPLINS, of varieil styles.
Ladies Collars and CulTs,
Jncnnets and Uaregcs,
Swiss Mull and Chaiiiliras.
D KICKS) KMtVATOHH,
India-rnlihor Puges, ,
Gilt Cords and Ladies' Forms,
New Style Sprint: A Summer BONNETS
Silk Girdles, ltugle Trimmings,
Lama Plaid Shawls,
Ladies' Linen Collars (eyed)
I.ADIF.M AXD NISIMEH' HATH,
Flnuuced Hrihd and Derby Huts,
Pedal-hruld Norman Hats,
Mnhnir Dress Goods, .
Solid Black Lnwn,
Hroadtvny and Duplex Skirts,
31 iiist'lllos Counterpanes
and lied Quiits.
.Til MM UKI.ANKN, "every variety and style,"
llhick and White De Che v res,
White and Fancy-Colored BALMORALS,
Spragiie, Philiu Allen k Merrmiao I'KINTS
English and French 4-4 Fancy Prints,
Denims and Cottoimde,
i, I ami 4 4 Drown Cottous,
i Drillings ami
Fine 10 4 SHEETING.
Together with a Kctienil assortment of
Gents and Youths' Goods,
of every variety.
Also a si'UNniD assokthlnt of
Gents Boots and Shoes,
A KINK iSSOHTMUT of
Ladies and Children's Shoes
An an extensive slot-It of
All of which will be MOLD LOW, for
Cash, Wool or Country Produce
JOH '. BRIJ,,
SAI.l'.M, April !), ISM. Stf
Buckeye Reapers and Mowers!
JUST lfKCEIVKI). from llie airenle in Han Francis,
co, a Urae slock of the aoove ealvhrateil Aifiicul.
fural Implements, which we otter at
San Francisco Prices and Freight
A Keaperand Mower Combined,No I, (largest
Mower, No. I. (Irr-t site) ITS 0
" " SI, second sue IjO I SI
Myers' I'ateut Hay Klevatnrs I 14 Ml
Warranted to uuload the larjftist load of hay and stow
ft away in the peak of a barn, nr top nf a stark, In
Troui ttiree to lire mtnutrs. no rarmer snouni ih
without tlism. Heiid for a rirrntar lo
MiCKAKKX.UKKltllX At Co,
Portland , April Sj, IWiti -9 Axents.
Frem-h Window 4Ihw,
STAIXKD fILAH. and tVured fllass, Hold Leaf,
UraiiihiK Tools, Camel and babla Hair Brushes,
Diamond (I Ism Cullers, ste., Ate . at
orm At Y KUR , KKKI8
H AVISO permanently located in Kalem, Or--on,
I solicit patriHuLKs iu lbs bin of my pisMioti.
Collections, mveyaiMs,si(enriei. and all business ia
aud out of courts pertaining lo a law office, promptly
attended lo. K newts, give uis a call. Office opposite
the Capilsl Hotel. O. W. I.AWHON,
March , iwsi.-lyj Att'y at Uw.
"lAkTETH, Oil Cloths, Msltiuir. Window ftl.adea, at
Kj m Iikeyman hkom.
I will psy the
MltMHUKT MASHIT rtlK K fur !,.
W. C. BK0WN.
DALLAS, I'olk rounly, April IA, ISTiS. 7ml
Sale of Public Property.
Osrir or ( Hir r Q M , lrf 'v or tsi Oi raeiA, )
Kort Vaiicmver, W. T . May R, I Htm. (
I WILL wll at pabile sale on tl.e Im hir of Jl'NK.
iHili, ihs pnlilie pmmrty at Fort Huakina, Kiui
Valley, Oreaoo. es-osisiina of dwelliitv and store
bonsM. isal.l. carpenter siVip, blacksmitb sbop. Are.
Terms. Cask in L K earrenry, al I he time of sale
Kale to eomnenre at II n'rl.rk a. as at Kmt Huakina.
IIKNKY C. IIOIKil-Js. HrevalM (ol ,
aad ( hid Quaiteroiaster, Dp I ol the t'olambat.
sorueroi niate anq l.iocriy sirceis,
J. 1'. DKIMtUti:, Froprii'tor,
WOULD rosieitrully Inform the cltisens of Kalem
and tbe traveling pulilio llml, having recently
IVcw nnd Hplondtil Hotel,
He Is now prepared to acnoniiiioilate all who may fa
vor liitn with their pulrannK, at pnetn to unit.
The CAPITAL IIUTKL Is un entirely new house,
rooms hard finished, well vsntilaied, and well fur
nished. Tbe house has line suits of rooms, with con
neriinfr doors, for families.
The DiniiiK Hooin is larirs and commodious, and tbe
Table will be furnished with the best the market at',
Hoard, per Week, . . . S5.00
The proprietor will nt all limes endeavor to please
bis guests, and ha respectfully solicits ths patronage
of the public, April J.t. I8oj.
The oOlra nf the California Ktage Company Is at
the Capital Hotel. Binges arrive anil depart dally.
PIIK timiursiKued would Inform tlm pulilte tliut lie
1 hiiion timid a tun ply of Kurnily Oruvuriu. which
hi) will wll
CHEAP FOR CASH!
I'lease enll und examine bis stock of
sua a it.
Ate., Ato., before purchasing from any one else. He is
confident, that he enn satisfy those who favor him
with their patronage. Olllce next door to Wells, Far.
go dt Co.'s Ks press Oltire, Salem.
April -jit, IHisi, JONIOl'lll'8 HOLMES.
IA Af"fl MEN and women nod children tn go to
IU, ;UU Kmdaltt new I'irlnre Gallery at
Dallas, Polk County, Ogn.
To see more than ten thousaiid diirerenl pictures, aud
Views of ALL NATIONS.
And while there got a picture taken of themselves tlutt
cannot be excelled on this coast.
8. A. KKNDAl.l,
Bespec'.fullj Dedicated to tho
PEOPLE OF OREGON.
If niiytliing you chance to need,
And think it luii'd to lind,
Just Htrp in to Smith & Wade's
Yoii'II get it, anil tho kind.
If in the llnnlwu't' lino it in,
They hnvo it, nice and new,
And sell it awful cheap for caMi
Wll K AT,
111 IT KK.
I'OHK, when you kill your hogs,
And tluw tlie kotows in too.
Their Dry Goodn, too, wero lioitglit for
And that nince cotton fell ;
It'll my you to trade with Ihein ;
and everything iu the world can be
found there, in the line of
Boots unit Shorn,
Iluls and Cops, .
Notions, clc , tic, tic,
And IhoyVo harry on tlio sell.
And thin Ketxet which we've Icarnetl,
We'll L'ivc to all lo Alio
Their grout kucco. iu eutcliin;' trout,
Hitooiinr inme, etc., irj nut ho imicli
owiiij to their fkill, or h1iiiK! of head,
nn to tho very wiioi'ior kinl of
dunning nnd fishing Tackle
And have for sale so cheap.
Remember now, niiikc no mistake,
Tho iiuuic is SMITH & WADE,
And von will find kl'oro nix moutliH,
Iron ami Strcl,
Wagon mid Bnccy Timbcn and Irons,
It is the place to trade.
mi tho VTool
IX THE STATE
WANTED, - FOR CASH,
SMITH & WADE.
In all Parts of IbeCoantr, for the
MILITARY and NAVAL HISTORY
Rebellion in tbe United Statet
IT la tlMitftied to b n rtanitftid work, more tvunplU
limn any ttmt hibeii w mny be hemiiW pub
liflirU. Cuotpleta in otw rnjral octuro volunis of ovar
H4M1 dHitifiltiiiiU pttKPsj, MiitJ illuaimlvsti wiih titiutar
out flu W4r riibrmvinpfa, enlfiraxl plmira nf ballla
rn pHntsM in lh (tilth" ( vl f rhromo hthofrs
phy in ns eulora, nnd an,ty MHl will-iitiMl npa
Mnu chart, irideMifjiili riwfnbilaa lo Mrh n work.
It aUn cr fttniua nn aliiljoniia indtfi of efilnta, of W
eUmmy printffd pafn, bjr tiwtna pf whirb mnt impor
tant aven! of th rfhelliirfi ran al onra ba nterr to,
or tba taraor of an? particular otflear, or lha opam
tlon of any ponicuur eomaiand. can ba lraa1 oat in
tfT Tba work will ba told onlj llm.iif b Intvalinff
anaiiia, mn4 axrlnaivslv bjr anlsMription, Jt ba ni
boon cwvbsnh) for al all, and thaantira Raid ia tbua
npait, ao tbat earir npplirttiita can bava their clioia. of
larritory. KxcIimW irrtiorr Kivon, and libaml tarnia
offarod. On rooaipt of $1 br mail or axpraaw, wa will
forward oat Hi, with birttwliotw ffrfattvnM.n(.
AMnm r HANCIH I'KWINO k 'f.,
Vntia .109 and 'al I tWraHwn.n i . Hon Proclaim
Wagon, Bnfu and 8 olk Timbers,
Fifty tUTbluibleokeios, 40 tons
I II O IV ANU NTKKLI
At I'ortbjod Prices snil Krlf!.l
PMITII It WADR.
Helen, April iJ. I Hi
Reapers and Thrashers.
JY. kava baud a few nf l he Meet and most an.
v V proteH I tea (Mrs and Thnwlwrs, waMb wa oiler
Aba. a VariMjr of
Call and see tbaai al
C'lttKK. Vl( Ll.l.T A Cs
New Goods and New Styles,
I B. & M, IIIRSCII!
Are uuw recelvinx, at their
Cor Commercial and Fcrrjr Streels,
New York nnl San Francisco,
Ladies', Gents' and Childrena'
' Dry, and Fancy floods,
HATS, CAPS, !
GROCERIES Co CROCKERY
in sucliHiigo for jiooils.
Parsons wishiiiitlo purohasa will do woll to call and
exanitns oi'lora purctuiiltiK einwnsra.
,1. II kM HIHMCII,
WOOL WANTED I
J Kor which ao will pay tba
HIGHEST MARKET RATES,
J. B.&M. HIRSCH,
Spring Trade !
Aro now rroi-iving and aliening Ihcir largs
SPRING AND SUHHER
And hanbr rra)pt fully ammuiH to the nublio of
BHlifin and vicinity Unit ihor liava now Ilia owl
aMoiimeiit of imttla in their liiw avr orTrrad
before in Hnlcm. Tbfir atovk roiita of
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS AND GAPS,
I'ROCkKRV AND GLASSWARE,
Ona of lb Nrm harinv barn in lbs Han Francisco
market lor several weess, no pains lias imcb
spared U eeleet this
NEWEST STYLES AND FASHIONS
Ladies' Dress Goods !
LADIES SHI CLOAKS fc DANTDLLAS
Gents Furnishing Goods!
CLOT! I .IU, ETC.
Call anJ se as lifor prjrohasin( lawbrs
V will wll at Ibsj lowett market ratti,
tot Cash nr 1'rndooo.
Halrn, April i, IMS. ttf
Jot RccrlTfd, ,
tarn i.mm. sjsjw cat.. rsuTHttSM.
VotHslacheas, al IMAM
V.IMll UliiU A SLL1I WAUL!! .1 -1
Knapp, Burrell A
J!l eoostquenes of tat unresting dtuand for
that hss been msda npon our house daring the nast jresr, w
h. this season oi.il. suoh arraneauisots as most sasUs aa
to supply all our frl.nili, ,
Our .tock.of all dmrlptlous, hss been Insrtssrd to nah
n ,ilenl, aa enaliles aa lo ny, wlUioul deubt, thai e oan,
(a loon as our shipments, noir due, arrlre) offer lha larsesl
and mutt tomplth omrtmuit of rrm Implemeels, Ma.
ehlriM, ale., eeer Imported be one hoaae en Hits cesat.
Our ImperlaUoaa ban, for the meet part, beea selesied la
tf.'f?," . varlsas manufaelorers In the llno and
Udis sutea, snd mailt la ortltr wllti apeotui rtftnnu It
W twinte and rtivtrmmli qf Ortuon.
Mitij new miohlntt bsrs been added to the list of those
ner.lofore approrad, all ef whloh e ahall ba hsppv lo she
'try tow prices "' " ,Mmtl " rau" " .
Our near Hupplemantarr OaUlofua wilt ansa be hwaad, and
wl II bs inalled to an; tddreaa on application. We enumerate
below a few of tha trtloln w. Import, tor manjr of whisk wa
are tolt ugmtt la Oraias, Washlnston, and Idaho l
KITKItt.V'g COMBINED Raaper and Mower. "
BAI.L'H OHIO "Improved Buckej." Combined Peeper
and Mower two alara.
NKW YORK OOMBfNRD, Self and Rand Sakaa.
CAMPOKNtA OMNT, Kesner-eauTX feet.
BAUtlRR 8TATK Oomblned superior lifhl two haras
BURT'S EAGLE Combined. ' '
MccOKMICKS Combined .elf and Rand Rakers. '
KtKBY'S Aoierlosn ll.rrnter.
HAINKH' llllnola lleadar (enuias. ' "
BAM Ohio Bliek.;, Mewar. '
UNION Mower Ooinblnlni bast featarea gf the baalaf
PITT'S OKNUINK BUmiO THUICSHRR 4 to 10 hens
power, aura .Iron,, with all III "nil's" aad "las
Si-ll'a" latest Improvsmsnts. i
' Rtulleaa Chain Thrsthsra. - ,
Uxlra Powers dlnersntaises and klads.
"Sulky," K.roWlo, and Wire Tooth Horse Hay Rakes.
lore Pitch fork., Hay Presses, Oram Drill., Pan Mills.
Hand and power Oram Mllla, Portable Grist MUM,
Bark Milts, Shingle Machines, Oan, Plows. Molina Peoria,
Boston Clipper, new patenl"Osst Steel" Left Hsnd lid
Hill ami Oaal Plows, Grub Breakers, .OulllTslors, Ol
Yokes and Bows; Churns; Eta., Etc.,
tXTKAH and RKPAIRS for Threehers and Beaters, '
HIi'KI.K BKCTIONB-.il atsrs ; a large stock of
RUBIIKK aud LEATHKll BKLTIMO all widths,
(V Partloalar attentloa paid le orders fro retaote
trlcta, and palo. taken to peak aomla compactly and aaenrely.
Wcss torn be at lint or Unctr Ikon (As easts arteois
wnbtproeitrttllknmgkunyolhtrtmret. , ,
for prices, call on or address, ' ,
Knupp, BNrrcH A Co
Pnrllaod, Hsrch 10, IStM. 9rog
K Wm ffiEU Q
HUTH, DEIRBORH & CO.
THANKFUL for past favors, and hoping; lo marli
a I'ontiuiiuuoe nf tha sam. would reapectfulljr
annonnoa that thev aro now recsltlng and opsulas;
a larins aaaorttaont of
New & Cheap Goods
Dreu Goods, 1
(Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Ws would call particular attention lo oar sjttsa
lira stock of
Iron and Steel,
Null and Bolti,
Car Haft Fixturei,
Home furnishing Hardware,
A Fine lAno ot
Malliaff , Etc.
PainU, Oil, Lead, Putty, Olaas, ,
Sugar, Coffee, Tea and Tebaee!
Which ws will offer at prices for
Cash or Country Prodoo.
Which cannot fall lo please enrjhejf.
Wo will imrctaue
All.the Wool T7e Can,
Vor which ws will pay
The Highest Market Rates,
hi U. 8. Gold CvId, or, if prtftmi,
II K ATM, DEABBOBN sV Co,
SELLING OFF AT COST I
will sell our entire stock of Berehaadias,
On aoconul of maklna a chanire In oar baaineea. All
persona anowliiKUieamlees tadebtad teas will
coavs forward and
Settle the Same IXXEBIATKLI I
a. asiTCHBLa. ce.
Salem, March W, ati4 sn3
A VINO r
J earn. we lake pleasure Ms sayrnff te oar frlieda
lie poblk la (eoeral, lhal wo will keep oar stock
And sell oar roods oa as xod lertasas any koaaa la
Ike ert. Oar stack soaeisas ot a gaanal Sseillt
Dry-oods aid Factlf Cmsrln,
IIOOTH AND H1IOKH!
Hats and Caps,
IRON AND NAILS,
. aW,aVe., sV.
7ccl, UcJ, Vz'l
fOB which we will paH- '
JT l4aaTlse"seT r"
IN CAHII, er MKitCalAL-4 AT t(oi, If fro
Ierrr4. St. IklTUHSU. 4 CU.
tValesa, April , lib ta