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SATURDAY, MAIL 5. 1870,
EUGENE CUT. OREGON. .
Word of Warning.
The Standard of last week take
occasion to offer some timely words
-of warning while discussing the late
"Independent" organization and tLe
attempt to keep up that organization.
The advico of the Standard is oil well
' enough so far as it goes, but it does
not comprehend tho truo state of af
fairs. Thero is another class of Dem-'C-orats
who need advice 'far more than
the lew who have acted with tho In
dependent party and who aro ad
dressed ty our contemporary. We
say they need advice, but that is
hardly the fact. Tiicy need to bo
'cautioned against intrigucing for nom
inations to office. We need very
touch less of that, and when it ceases
entirely there will be but low "Indo
pondent" Democrats left to whom
o shall need to ofTor words of warn
4ng. When we liavo completo politi
cal honosty, with no taint of trickery
within the party, then no Democrat
will lcavo it to join a party whose
only claim is that frowns on dishon
esty of every sort. There must bo no
more "stocking" of primaries, as has
been tlionlmosl invariable practice in
tho past, to elect delegates favorable
to certain candidates for nomination
to oflico. Tho remedy for theso evils
of courso lio in tho party, but it is
difficult to induce tho tnon who held
tho romody to apply it at tho right
timo and plaoo, Tho primary meet
ings aro looked upon by tho masses
as of no importance, and out of n
hundred. voles in a:iy precinct twenty
is a largo number to seo at any pri
mary in Lano county. A majority of
these aro thuro in the interest of somo
individual who seeks a nomination,
and tho fow who como with honest
intent for tho good of tho party aro
out voted and go homo. .Soon they
loa.ru tho real stale of afluirs and bu
coino disgusted. Tho samo thing oo
ctirs in all tho precincts, and when
tho County Convention comes on
thero is absolutely no question'' as to
whora its nominees will bo. For nil
tho important oflicos they can bo
na:nod days in n lvanco of tho Con
vention. Tl;o rcitilt of this may in a
largo number of ewes bo easily fore
aeon. A largo number of voters either
Btay away from tho polls entirely, or
voto with somo other party co defeat
members of their own. When the
oleotiou comes llieso men who have
worked so hard to obtain n iioiiiina
tiou do not hotitato to "trado" their
best friemlj who may unfortunately
bo on tho ticket with lliein for a vote
for themselves at every opportunity.
Theso things aro done at every eleu
lion. Iu Lano county two years ago
quito ft largo uuinbcr of Democj iUs
left tho party and voted for tho Inde
pendent caodidatos. There were two
"slates" and tho supporters of either
rallied and attempted to carry tho
primaries. Unfortunately, only one
faction was beaten, and tho defeated
one furnished tho Independent votes.
Had tho party been well represented
at those meeting both could have
boon laid on tho shelf and delegates
eleotod who would have gone to tho
County Convention and placed in
uomiuation a ticket which would
have beou elected entire, lor at tho
polls there would have been no ne
cessity for tho wholesale trading that
went on the Gib day of Juno. Tlutt
are facts and we -can substantiate
them. We mention t'leso things to
warn Democrats to attend tho pri
maries and seo that nono of theso vain
tricks aro repeated, and also to s iy to
the Democrats who used such means
to gain nominations thul if they ore
attempted at tho conventions next
month they will bo exposed, no mat
tor who the aotors are.
There is no particular necessity for
audrcssinur thoso who deserted tho
party. They claim to bo peculiarly
honest. If they are, and tho Demo-
ersuo party is honest within itself
Ihcy will rote and and set with it
If not, the defections from its ranks
before the June election will to so
nurnorous as to astonish even the In
in the statements and much sound philos
jIjV Id reasoning of the General, llut the
cause lies deeper and is more difficult of rem
edy than lbs mode of electing United States
Senators. When the Democratic party ad
ministered the government before tbe days
of subsidies, high tariffs and special legisla
tion for tbe benefit of individuals end tbe
consequent chances to sell official influence,
i he present method of selecting U ti. Sen
ators did not bring forth such sickening re
sults ss now. Tbe fault is in the principles
and policy of tbe Republican party. Tbe
principle of gruuti'ig subsidies, enacting pro
tective turifls, and tbe wide scope given to
special legislation, has made it profitable to
wealthy capitul isle and corporations to ex
pend large sums of money to influence leg
islation on these subjucts, and gives employ
ment to s best of lobbyists, skilled in minis
tering to the lollies snd weaknesses of hu
man naturo, as unprincipled as they are
shrewd in their judgment of mankind. Tbe
chance to sell official influence end reimburse
themselves for the cost of election, causes
the position to be sought by the most Venal
who s.-ck it by ministering to the passion in
others which is uppermost with thc-iiui'lves,
the greed of gold. Another cause of this
wide spread corruption is to be found in tho
policy of the Republican paity of rewarding
with official stution, deserters from the ranks
of their opponent. This has brought to
their standard the worst class of adventurers
from the Democratic party, until to-day the
Republican party is controlled almost en
tirely by bunds of politic.il' mercenaries, who
affected In despise the principles of the par
ty they now ufTiliute wiib, or at least never
eripressed any sympathy with its principles
or ol'ji'cts until that party had official re
wards to bestow. Of these President Grant
is tho chief instrument in forwarding their
schemes of plunder und oppression. No,
General, you must go deeper than any at
tempted reform In the manner of electing U.
8. Senators, to stay the tide of corruption,
tapping ofTs few withered branches will net
stop llecny when the disease is at the heart.
The Republican party first set thu example
of purchasing seats in thu IT. S. Senutu, und
so far im this state is concerned its adherents
have been thu only ones who have followed
that example. Thu old method uii'ler Dem
ocratic rule brought purity in elections by
legislators as well us by the people, and will
do so tigain.
FlllCn up I fee Tuxc.
Tho New York JSulhtln an au
thority on such subjects furnishes
somo startling figures in treating of
tho proportional increase of popula
tion mid taxation in tho United
States, showing beyond question that
tho increase of taxation hue been in
an nstoiiiiding disproportion to the
augmentation of our number. The
census of 1870 showed that during
tho preceding decado tho increaso iu
tho population of tho country was -10
per 'nit., while taxation increased
'J00 iier cent. Tho nonulutioii of
Massachusetts has increased ill per
cent, and its taxation 'J77 per cent.
Iu New York tho increaso of tho for
mer was III, and ol tho letter Hb'O per
cent. Tho record of tho cities was
even worse. Philadelphia increased
tho former 33 and tho latter 217 per
cent., whilo New York 31 per cent.
increaso in tho population and 300
per cent, in taxation. Chicago nug.
iiiented her population -t3 per cent.
iiiul tier taxation l.dOl per cent.
Though this last exhibit looks for
midable enough, yet tho increase in
taxation in Chicago has not been ns
great proportioned to tho increased
per centage of population as might bo
supposed. In New York Stale, lor
an increaso of every 1 per cent, in
population, there was au additional
1- per cent, laid on tho ta-mticn ; iu
New York city, Uostou and l'liita
ilelphia, 8 caoli ; iu Chicago and Bal
timore, 0 per cent, in population.
Tho daily record of ollioiul plun
dering and defalcations iu their va
rious forms, crooked whisky, Credit
Mobilier land grubs; snlury grabs,
robberies of county, State and Na
tional treasuries, has doubtless pre
pared tbe mind of the average tax
payer lor the reception of such au ex
hibit as tho above, and it must also
afford bim a lively idea of its prac
tical bearing upon tho lortunesof the
Mas. Gbant, as well as Mrs. Belk
nap, keeps her weather eye open to
the main chance. Gen. liufus Ingalls
is Quartermaster-General ol tho Unit
ed States, the emoluments of which
are, a good salary and unlimited steal
ings. Gen. Meigs formerly held the
position, but was retired to make
room for Ingalls, and now it trans
pircs that Ingalls had given Mrs. G.
"a trinket" which is further and more
explicitly described as a watch and
chain costing four thousand eight
hundred dollars. "Instead ol figures
on tho dial, twelve letters are substi
tuted, Dieu mon Droit. Each letter
is made of onyx and diamonds, set in
crystal. On the reverse is shown the
Order of the Garter, with the Koso,
Thistle, and Shamrock, in diamonds.
The chain consists -of black enamelled
armor plates, linked together with
rubies and diamonds." Then there
was "a lone star of pearl." "On the
reverso side is tho letter G iu dia
monds." And the tax gatherer is
still going his rounds.
I'oort Belknap! When arrested and
taken before tho Police Court it was
five hours biforo any ono could be
found among nil tho v i tuons inhabi
tants of tho great city of corruption
to go on a bail bond for bim.
The Iowa .Senate has rejected a bill tax
ng church property.
The Republican National Convention
will consist of 7ft4 members, so that a nom
ination of 1'residuut and Vice-President
will require 379 votes.
A much larger number of colored persons
limn heretofore are attending Democratic
meetings throughout the State. Many ol
tho colored people are beginning to realize
the necessity for an intelligent, economical
and honest government. Yorkville (S. C.)
Tbe Hapii.-it church at tiiu Dalles is with
out a pastor.
themselves, and to devise ways and means
by meir muiual counsel to save money both
to themselves and to the count? and Slate.
I hen if that is Ibe leading feature of their
organization, wby not unite and concentrate
their efforts in establishing and maintaining
lactones ib mil stule to muke all the ma
chinery and fanning implements used ? Tbcy
have the c.pital if ibey will only unite it,
and they can build up a Wire factory b-re
U tney win only nse their influence and sup
port. Have all your wagons, threshers,
reapers, plows, mowers, rakes.drills, harrows
pitchlorks, bnes and axes made in Oreeon
and in lees' than twenty years Oregon will be
one of the richest States in the Union. You
have ss fine water powers as any place on
the continent lor any kind of machinery,
and you have inexhausiable forests of timber
suitable for anything you may demand;ubun
dance of iron ore ol tbe finest quality found
Why not utilize these and give employment
to Hundreds or mechanics who would come
here immediately I A large factory in Ore
con, say at Oregon City, where there is oae
or the finest watvrpowers in the btate, and
very near the ore banks, would save to the
blate from twenty to fifty per cent, of the
money sent out each year lor machinery to
the Atlantic Slates. Then there would be
the profit on h very laree number of me
chanics and labo-ers; hesides.it won Id nil ma
terially in developing the great resources ol
the State. It is impossible for tbe Grangers
to control the commerce of the country, or
tn niL'aL'" in the shipping business, und any
attempt in that direction will prove a failure;
ami i Hero is no paramount good to lie de
rived by them in starting stores or buyi' g
their own goods and groceries some other
place than their county and town; hut by es
tablistiing ami fostering factories hero they
save the money in the State-, develop her
natural rexoutccs and gel the benefit of the
lubor of huudieds of mechanics which they
have not now.
But 1 can only suggest this time nnd at
s line rut lire time will enlarge on thu subject
CVin't some ( ranger besides 15.-d flock an
swer me? lie is good, hut then his hand
will he full hunting up shipping etatislii-s lor
l he next six months toexnlaio his last stririj.'
of figures. Wonder if 15 d Kock Ins tlm'
3G,0U0 pounds of hums he pre p iscs to sell
mel , NKwajiMt.
llcd-Itocker Comes Agalu.
Ecu.n Cirr, March 23,18;j.
rOTInKulTOB OF THK liUAMJ;
.Some time ago I promised to interview
tho Grangers of this couujy und State, but
hare been compelled to defer it until now.
Tha Mw Deal.
General Applegate is out in a long
cornnnnieation in tho Omjonian. ad
vocating what bo terms tho "New
Deal." It is not that surprising that
ueneral Applegate and other honest
Republicans who prefer principle to policy,
fconor short gio, aQJ tb;r country to their
party, should bein to appal at tb frightful
evidences of th corruption that teems to p. r
aJe every department of tbt National Gov
fcmsot ; to twtio if possible tbt Most,
aed apply a reaiedy. There is much Unth
Still Another Scandal. General
Schenck's connection with the Kmma
mine fraud was such that ho could no
longer retain his position as MiinV.u:
to Kngtand without creating such scan-
lal as was ucver before heard ol I T.
oould not resign and come homo like
a man, for thu instaut it became
known bo had rcsigued ho would
have been arrested as a swindler by
an officer of the Driiish Government.
In view of t ieso lacts ho published in
the Londou psptrs over bis own sig
nature that he was going home on a
leave of absence to confront chargea
tnaie against him. As soon as be
was safe at sea, Grant nominated a
Minister to England in place of "II.
C. Scheuck, resigned." h is nlr
another instance ot tho protertion of
thieves by the preseut Admiuistia-
HiA before opening the intended convtrs
tl in with my granger friends, 1 must f?ay
passing compliment to my very cxoeiliul
and witty Irimid, Clodhopper, snd at tl
samo tiSm inaku a bow to Old Di d-Hock
tj ranger. And let me say I urn not pleu
to leain the fuel &at my friend Ciodhoppe
has determined to leave the. field entirely to
Ucd-Itock Oranrer. My friend Clodhoppe
is a pleasant companion, communicative
witty, intelligent rind a graceful, easy writet
und ulthough the climate has left its murk
on him, rendering bis judgment on many
things very crooked und unreliable, vet h
is instructive in umiij things und causes
person to think. I regret to !;no;v that
am not to meet my triend nny more, hut
trust tVi climate will deal with him gently
that ho ciay be able to viy'oy many Oregon
It seems that Bed-Hock Granger bus con
eluded since reading my lat thut be did not
quite finish me, but I expect the next will
utterly annihilate me. I have left some
veiy knotty questions for Dcd-Itock to
answer, and some stubborn facts 1 do not
think be will be ablo to surmount. I see
some redeeming qualities in uiy 'kind critic
yet, for be has perception enough lelt to
find out when the lact was shown bim that
his string of figures of imports und exports
which he paraded with so much ostentation
iu his crushing letter, were not correct, but
simply imagination. Uow lie Is going to
get out of that ugly blunder I am unable to
uy, unlets he just makes a clean breast ol
it and tells his neighbors and friends he just
imagined the amounts. lted H ck may
pass such imagiut lions on those whom tbe
climate has influenced and distorted, but he
cannot guil my friend "Clodhopper or myself,
Won't Ded-Hock tell us something about
that 1 CG 000 pounds of cheese made iu Lane
county, and iufonu who made them to th
meichants may buy some T And while be is
answering questions will he just inform the
people why it is so many things are shipped
fiom California which can be produvd in
Oregon just as ea-iy f Will he inform cie
why it is that all cur cheese in market,
beaus. canned Iruil, dried fruit, pickles, and
many other articles too numerous to men
tion, are shipped from Ca iforuia! Hut 1
must ceae ; Hid Lock wii, fcuve inure thus
b can carry.
1 have occupied so much space already
that I can only i.ffer a few suggestions to
th grangers ; and hire let me say I bava do
prtjiidietu to giat'fy, but on the contrary,
uiy a-hul aim and object is to belter the
cwantry if possible. l b order of (.irancer
an a noble cIjss of men, composed inuuilv.
I am inhumed, of liuu rs. the hnn ami
sinur of thi connlrv. The treat desir e!
my heart is to set them prosperous and hap
py, for Iht-y are the life of the country. Va
mfin every uepariimni ol tuioe i UiwaJ.
iiu neu tney are priutperout all art pros
perous, but when Ih.y Ui al miin lecl tbt
t-oects ol it. Hut with ail their oohlt qual
ities, tnd thty art not a few, they r ou
trun and liable to make many mistakes, and
especially to in this most w.inderlul climate.
A lsr ufee.iiini ht nto offered in a tDint
of kit) doe- may nol bt or profitable to tbt
grangers and Urmers generally.
Out fact I have noticed in ity rambling
tnd that it the farmer buy Trylhmg they
f find that Newcomer still snys that bard
times do exist, and that we lazy fanners nre
the inmin cause. 1 find in his last letter be
agrees with me, that many of the eaily pio
nees were active, energoctic and noble men,
but says there ure but f. w of that kind left
I beg leave to inforiu biifj he is greatly mis
taken ; there are a vast number ol them
Bere yet. i believe he uever saw a more in
dustrious persevering number of funntrsin
his uutive Stuto than tliesn are, and these
Catorrh is a common disease, socommoo
that snuffing, spilling, and blowing of the
nose, meet us at every turn on me sireei.
Your foot slips in these nasty discbarges 00
tbe sidewalk and in the public conveyance ;
and its disagreeable odor, contaminating tbe
breath of tbe afflcted, renders tnem etieusive
to their associates. There is tbe highest
medical authority for stating that with lully
one-hulf, if not two thirds, ol tno amicieu
with Consumption of the Lungs, tbe disease
commences as Catarrh in the nose or bead,
the next step being to the throat and bron
chial tubes astl? to the lunirs. now im
portant then to eie early and prompt otten
lion to a Catarrh I To cure this loathsome
di-ease correct the system by using Dr.
1'ierce s Uolden Medical Uiscovery, wnica
tones it upr cleanses the blood, and heals the
diseased glands by a specific influence upon
them ; and to assist, use Dr. Sage's Satarrb
Hemedy with Dr. Pierce's" Nasal Douche.
This is the only way to reach the upper and
back cavities where tbe discbarge comes
from. No danger from this treatment, and
it is pleasant to use. The two medicines
wiib instrument are sold by dealers in med
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Remaining uncalled for in the Post Office
at Kugene City, Or., March 25, 1876 :
A hims, A ITenry. Frank
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IlroirKS. .1 b Inirram. Jna
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THE TflUE FRIEND Or TIIE
Fruit Grower, the Farmer, the Irrigator'.
AND ALL .
WnO REQUIRE TUB USEOP WATEfc.
Nmral, Hem y
Cumibell,( diver T
Utiritii, W urrun
Iiitf, J0 2
Gui leU, feurah E
A. B. rArituo.v, P. M.
Large Coinmisiions anulCash rrcmiums
TOR SELLING A
lEEAEY of FASIOIS FMICI
CtlliriimiNG THE TEH
ro the main ones that have built Orejjoti upt i in
Ii., ptfint of improvement and culture. Aside Jewe,s of Imaginative Literature I
b almost in J tnslte Dotbin;. They bar
II thmr tnachiucrj and farmtiuj implements
from ImvipQ market bd J tuihini; at hnme
This i tery UiMry, hicb. rbcy
Vflainl bmv (Union tm'.ioo la lh prac
tice. It is tat ttbJtrsUiiiiitiit U Oraiii-ers
srs uuitsj for th purpyss cf protexting
poUit ol improveuie
from some of the newcomers that have since
cunie to Orpgon by ruil. a great uiiir.y Io.m
nearly BVerylhinjr iu yelling lu-re und had to
work hard lor money even to buy them
claim ; somo umdo it by raising pwm uik
wheat and feediii( them to ho-'saud uinkii
bacon j others after mhiui litl!.i time mud
their money out of beef cattle und wool,
place of (luions, onion sets, canned Iruils
etc., as .Newcomer says to buy them a farm
others came hero with barely t-noRh to buy
them a small cluiin, und some hud to go III
miles to sol Hour and pay iroui 8 to 1(1 dol
lars per 100 lbs. for it, and hu saint-distance
for potatoes and pay 3 dollars per bushel
und u large number of these .farmers hav
added oilier lunds onto their original claims',
und nre.now worth Iro-.n ti n to Unity Ihon-
i .i.ii.... 'i,. . .if. . . t . i .
DHiu uumtis. lines mis siuii) oi inning ooK
anything lik-ea lazvness? Neither are the
land poor, as lie asserts, but lnvu plenty 0
eveivtuing at Uoine to make tliem enjoy lifo,
Woes tins sliow tliev liavo be n lazy f not
bit ot it. Neither does it prove Hut times
nave lie, n banl. 1 have no doubt but the
lanners iiere nre making and tuving more
money lliun those in his native Stale ac
cording to the iioimluiion. 1 know ol
neighbor who rented laud lust year and
raised nothing urn wheat and uals, and paii,
ine customary rent, ami cleared over a Ih iu
fand dollars Uoen any one believe he could
nave made that much clear pro lit by raisin
onions, union dels, cubbagH, beans, dried
liuil. etc., as Newcomer says we idiould do
10 4,-el out ol dilit anil make Hush times
An boy I hut understands famine- knows
belter. There amy be a .lew newcomer
fanners Uiat have come lately !y rail anil
necuuso tney cuinot get along very well
milium winning, liter It el sour uml L'O to
eruniDling. I In re is a few others thut do
not get ulong a well as they might I do
nol consider I hey Bre lazy. These may be
the ones .Vwcoiner is alluding to. Tfiev
care not for the loss of time and money, bill
go to town sometimes twice a week through
rain and mud knee deep, laying out mone.
uselessly and losinj time that should be oc
cupied upon the farm, when once in two
weeks would generally do all their busiiuv
it only puivci they are careless, for if they
were lazy they would slay at home in the
iry. l nave always noticed that to tell men
they are l-izy to induce them to woik more.
a very bad plan. He nays in his letter
published F. b l'.'th. there is not one tanner
in fiilv who has anythii.ir to s-ll. A little
Inn her down he tays iio one preiemls to
make any ctnvso. It" he talks this wav w,.
f hall hardly know when to believe him. I
ran Say without fear of e.niirul ot iort tint j
knonr ol three la'imrs tb.it m.ide L-lie.-v f.,r
ihe Imi tto y,.,ts with milk Ini'n nearly a
hundred cow,. Ileai-ks where is it eone
u there is nine of it in the tn irk -t oi tb,s
tune. The largest factory sold very hnl,.
here hut shipped nearly all to Portland. In
conclusion let me say lo the farmers, keep
out of debt, pay as Joa go and you will be
all right in a little while. Raie whaPver
will psy yon the best ; on Soils adapted for
grain, 1 would suggest for tbe two Erst sr.
tieles. Ui nd oa'J, they will both bear
hipping and will b more remunerative with
i ne tame labor than ny thing else joa can
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For Stone in tho IUaMer, Calculus Gravel or llrick-
dust, Deposit an 1 Mu us or Jlilky llis
charves, ami Disenw-s of the
rrns. Kaise froit and eretalilea n
lor your moose; iT jr.u have a Urplu it
generally pays bft to lead it to bogs; the
balance ol your time cottiTate yoor fall.-w
ground for a crop of wheat next year and be
art lo raise all ihe wheat yoa possibly can
Use your snrptis money iaiproving jour
stock, frra and buddings. I-v "ji Ur
other companies to build railroads, te .
which tbet will do whenerer It navii. I I'.
Iirre I hire said u.Tcieot on lb s qnntion
to Mtisfy most peopte that the larm.ra h.r.
not two Isit, and w5at I would consider
Baru times doe not riist hire. Th m c
mj to b over and I inOft ri to raisin
an ine wn-ai ra si.rf it prennl fixt room
lor oibtrs t9 do ths Kiibblicg.
Kearney's Extract Buclm
Ciires T)ietuie Ansin fmm Tmn.,, lAu tt..i
of Hii,,ti,,ii, Klc, m all theirst-m , at little ci-
nine or no riuinire n met, no inciuveniim-e
il u,ei),iiie. It , aoM a fimn.-nt .l.i ..a
ves t -enirl h to V rinnte, t!,n el y removing-Ol sf-uc
'Us. 1 irieut.ii,' sn I Curiinr Stnctures ot the fits
m, miinwnn i ttin n,l 1 ,irt ,mut,.,n - I . n:.
II IW moos matter. '
I el l.jr peisous in the decline or c' anire of life ;
t'-'-f. Mi-ile "One Mile of Kearney's Ex-
r4mWn"a " " W,"thmore tklu U Dochus
KEAENETS EXT. BUCHU
P- rm.inntlT mm all fftrtiun of the Tl)w
Kilnt-.iiTi I I i.iwu.U Swollin exintinv in v,n'
H t'tlU'D sUl I 1 hil hfn. n.i mli..r m, . .t.
k for Kearney s. 1 nkt no other.
Price One Dollar per Bottle, or Six
uoiurs tor Five Dollar.
There are several reasons why this Mill should be
p lelerred to all others :
1st. It is far more durable because it Is art
2d. It Is Cheaper becanse of Its simplicity and
d'liabtlity, and will outlast several Wooden Mills.
3d. It Is Less Complicated. because there isonlv
three pieces of operating machinery.
4th. It is mure powerful than any other Mllll
on account of the thin fan, and consequent in
creased auction oi air, ana because ll is operated
by an ecceutric, being far superior to tbe crank
shaft or rest pin, as a lifting and falling power.
6th. It needs no ca:e, to watchimr. bavias-
self-leeding oil caps and felf-regulatiiig raaea.
It regulates, protects and takes care of itself.
Oth. It never warps, shrinks, or swells, hence
it is nut liable to get out ol order. Once ud. "ft
goes all rljjht.
,7th. It dues more work, runs easier and throws
a laiger body of water. It will submerge a larger
tract ol laud, with bsswind and in a shorter space,
ti..... ..,1... u'i..j...:ii t .. ,i
in tuuc iiiuu ii tt jr uiuci ii luiiiiiwi uowr iu usu. ii
may be set to turn out of the wind at any desired
presiuie, there being a graduated lever for ttiil
htli This MiM took the only p,-emium fiien tt
tbe Calilornia State Kair, over the many ci'Mri
there on exhibition.
0 Foot Wheel
In " " 140
ii " ' iea
W. C. NEI50N. Patentee nd PripriWcUr.
County rights for sale by
Z. 8. BcSBU&SAT.
U. 8. Land Office, I
IJnsumtRO. March 13th, 187ft. I .
COMPLAINT HAVING BEKN ENTERED A
t'isOfficebyJ. W. t'hesher ag:iint J. C.
Andeoo'i lor abandoning his donation eWn upca
tlie X. i of S. E. i and K. i of 8. W. i Section 8,'
Towuship 170. Ituiige 5 West in Lane county, Or
egon, Willi a view to the cancellation of said entry:
tlie said pirties are hereby summoned to anne.r
at this Otlice on the 22d day of April, 187G, at 10
o'clock a. M., to respond and furnish teslimofiy
concerning said alleged abandonmjnt.
Wm. B. WILLIS, KeglgUir.
J. C. FUI.LEUTON. Receiver.
THE MOIiNING COURIER.
Recent political event strnmrln Inrlh-atA a
speedy return of (he Democratic party to supreme
power in the nation The House of Representa
tiv. r !s now Dcmocnttic by a laroe majority; the
government of more than enelialf of the States
in administered by Democrats; the party en I era
upon the Presidential contest with th hrmhtoat
hop s, and under the most substantial encouraged
The Wonderful revelations of rascalit and enr.'
niption nn Ihe part of Republican leaders, which
h ive burdened Ihe press and horrified the people
llnrillf' the t it three venra. m;k It oU.f. ,
uly of every man to take an active part In the
(treat contest (I the present year. More than at
any previous time in the history of tbe cooatry, a
trustworthy dily newspaper ia now necessary to
every citizen, in order that ha man ini.iiinnii
rlii-charte his political duties. The Chicago
Morning Courier is a consistent Democratic
newspaper. It will be devnt' rl ti, th r
aiding iu rescuing the nation from the party that
tas debauched its service, squandered its treasure
and ensl.ived its liberties. It will
s eedy return to specie payments, but believes
that this result should be brought ahoat about by
economical management of the Government, and
no. by arbitrary msctment. It believes in green
backs at par, and the
and poor. It will advocate Home Rulo, Free
Trade, and Public Economy, the old cardinal
pnnci les of the Democratic party.
The Courier has establihed a widesnrearl rnn-
tation as a lii-st class newspaper. The aim of Its
management is to make it all that the publio in
these hurrying days can desire, naraely-a com
plete newspaper. Every facililv known to mod.
ern journalism will be utilnerl tn in.ur. th.
irompt presentation of all i
from all parts of the world, while the utmost
caro will be exercised to gl am onlt such as is
wottb printing In short, th rnn.i.- ui
all the news as promptly xs any other paper, an3
condensed inloammc altructive and readable
form than t c blmket sheets.
lerms-Miil subsiri.tion, postage free, alt:
lollars per auuuin. or lilt v ran - n n,..n,
advance. ' r "
THE WEEKLY COURIER
Has a large circulation in
snd Territory. It is our aim to make the Week!
Conner tlie best family paper in tte West, and we!
..... vii, ium, ii K've in ll pnnmni . Iu.
ountot misceilaneoua rearlinir muii. ..i.
storiea. tiles, poems, scientific: inta.lm.'m-.
aenculiural iofoimation Tor whkh we are not
able to make room in our daily edition. The
agricultural d paitment especially will be one of ita
p.. miiicu, iconics, i ne la-iuuus are also nam
arly reported in its columns, and so are the marJ
keN of eve'y kind
Terms tl.'.'U per year, postpaid.
ImT, Cor. Miides Laxe & Wiluaji
A n.Tii.-i.B in attenlanre to answer eorreppnoa.
u t2!,",i,rKrn"'4- benl
SOLD BY CRANE & BRiGHAM,
Wboletile Agea ijn Fraucwco.
Aad ty Druorisu STrywlier.
Thoroughly remodeled, renorated and replenished"
with a choice stock of
VLich will be sold
AT "BED HOCK" PRICES
For Cash or Prod nee.
To close out tbe TDASHAFSER remnant stock
Special Inducements are offered.
H. H. WOLFE.
Well Improved Farm fur Sale.
Yxncrr.ovrr, FAEMof S60
A New Deal.
R. G. GRAHAM.
I TAS JfST RECEIVED FROM THE EAST
II llDC M Butt inri r.iK.kV .1..! w . J'
. " .-aiuiMwy -iu ioa MKfl mm
Caailaca, a all Crajeav
aad Fin Teallar.'
iCALL AND SEE MY STOCK.
K. . CR1H1.T,
I , ' urn SET I