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SUH. VSBJ EJUAY JtM H.U71
- n , , , OVB CASBIDATES.
The National Bepublicaa Conven
tion at Philadelphia, on Thursday,
twined ttw Men who are to be the next
President aud Vice President of the
rUntt Srjfte-LVS. Grant and Henry
WUftftn. Grant was unmistakably tlie
first choice of nhie-tenths of the Ee
'publican'party atid his ro-oomination
' has been for motiths a foregone conclu.
sTon. Henry Wilson has been but
short time before Uie people as a can
didate, for Vice President, though
there Is (scarcely an American name
more familiar to Uie people tliau his.
He was nominated over Colfax, doubt
less as a recognition of the right nt die
East to be represented on the national
ticket. The candidates of the Repub
lican party -for President and Vice
President, since Lincoln" first term,
have been all of them Western nien ;
it was just, that in selecting a Western
man now for the first office, an East
ern man should liave the second. Mr.
Wilson's name, thcrefctre, In connec
tion with Grant's wiil;gfve the ticket
greater strengthithaa could even Mr.
Colfax's. M 0
With Gen. Grant's record the Amer
ican people 'have been familiar for ten
years. It Is an opcii, clear record
which any living man of the world
might be proud to have made. Hie
most snccessful eeneral of the age, he
r is also one ot the most fortunate in his
1 lt..!. of. 11 tlu. Pwu!'1in2
rill l ill ii.ici;, ui ... . i.v a i v--1 -i. v. - i
His administration lias been marked
'with moderation, steadiness of pur
pose, nnd wisely careful considera
tion of the will of the' whole people.
Xo administration has ever been more
entirely successful in carrying the
country through great difficulties and
forward to prosperity. The best evi
dence of the general approval of his
conduct of public aflairs, is manifested
in his nomination by the acclaim of all
tlie representatives of all the States,
for another term.
Henry Wilson, our candidate for
Vice Tresideut is one ol the present
Seaiitors, from Massachusetts. Like
Grant, he sprang from the humblest
rinks of Jilfe, and is a self-made man.
He was born at Farmingtou Jfew
Hampshire, February 16. 1312; edu
cated himself ; learned the shoe-ma
ker's trade ; succeeded as a shoe-ma
ker and afterward became a wholesale
slioe dealer, succeeding at that. At
one time, lie owned and edited the
"Boston Republican." He was elected
eight times to the Massachusetts Legis
lature, and was President of the State
Senate Uie last two years of his ser
vice in that body. He was a member
of Uie Constitutional Convention in
IS53. H was elected U. S. Senator,
to succeed Edward Everett, in Feb
ruary, 1S55 ; was re-elected in 1S59,
again in ISOo and again in 1871. His
present term will expire, March 3,
1877. He lias thus served, continu
ously seventeen years, with a term of
live years yet to run. in 1SU1, he
raised a regiineut of volunteers, and
served as its Colonel for some time,
and afterward as a. member of Gen.
McC!ellan's staff, till the meeting of
congress 18C1-2. For many years,
.Mr. Wilson has been considered one of
the ablest men in the U. S. Senate
sihd one of the coolest and safest ad
visers. As an orator a.id statesman
he has tew superiors. He is a much
greater roan than Colfax and scareoly
less personally popular. New England
has uo inau who can appeal so directly
and powerfully to the masses of the peo
ple as Henry Wilson. They glory in
liiiri i one ol their own number who
lias risen upon his own strength to be
a peer among the greatest men of the
nation. Grant the Tanner and Wil
son the Shoemaker are the candidates
of the jieople and espec'ally of the
working people of the United States,
and they will he elected with a rush
as sweeping as that upon which Grant
and Coltax went into office in 1868.
THE VOTE FOR XREMSJIAJI.
So tar as we have reports, the vote
for ("ongrewiman stands about as fol
WILSON'S MA.I0U1TIES. '
Clatsop, 40 Clackamas 3 ; Dougr
las, 125; Lane, 70; Multnomah, 921 ;
Marion, 395; Polk, 30; Washington.
190 ; Yamhill, S7 ; total, 1,861.
Benton, 4 ; Baker, 150 ; Union. 100;
Umatilla, 160; Columbia, 38; Jack
son, 200; Josephine, 30; Liun, 270;
Wilson's majority over Burnett, 015.
Grant, Wasco, Coos, Cnrry and Til
lamook are not reported in Uie above
lists. Their vote will probably not
change the result materially, and we
think we can count upon fully nine
hundred majority for Wilson, upon
the official canvass.
According to the latast returns the
Legislature w ill stand as follows, po
. litically :
Republican Senators............... H ..
Democratic Senator 11
Kepubllcin KepreeetiOUlTet 29' ..
Democratic Representatives 'X
Joint Ballot n 31
Republican majority...... 9
In this calculation we claim Crystal
of Polk, and count Benton, Democrat
ic, in Senate, andHanua ot Union,
Republican lu Senate. If the Senate
stand 11 and 11, Withaui of Benton
will be given the seat which was
wrongfully taken from him two years
ago. The Senate will then ' stand
Republicans 12, Democrats 10, and
the RepuT Jiean majority on' joint bal
lot will be Hi ; yl
Wc have news by dispatch from
Portland, that Grant county has goue
Republican, electing two Representa
tives. This will make our majority
on joint ballot, fifteen. There is
nothing farther from Wasco, Ocboco
not having yet reported. ' The Sena
tor for that county b therefore in
doubt. Counting him Democratic, tlte
Senate stands 11 and 11. If Republi
can, the Senate will stand 13 Republi
can and 10 Democrat. There is noth
ing from any other county to alter tlie
figures formerly given. Wilson's ma
jority iu the State is nearly 1,000.
Democracy Indulges in exceedingly
cheap consolation. The papers are
claiming that the election the other day
demonstrated that the Democrats are
in the majority, .notwithstanding the
returns footed up Uie other way. The
only trouble was that such h bloutly
sight of . sturdy JDeoiocraU sold their
votes for Holladay gold I The impu
tation' Is flatteringly complimentary,
truly, to a considerable number ot
those who are thus claimed as Demo
- Tlie Portland pa"per. finishing the
official returns of PolK 'county, put
down J. C. Allen as a Democrat. Mr.
Allen, who was elected a Representa
tive, Is a Republic til elected on the
IH JlKTIt E, BIT SO WHOSO.
Tlie last Legislature was Democrat
ic It perpetrated some of Uie gross
est wrongs upon individuals 'commu
nities and the Ktate. Our State record
cannot slww, in any other period, such
extreme, unjustifiable, and utterly out
rageous partisan legislation ; nor such
unblushing disregard f either the Con
stitution or of die public intercuts;
nor such profliasy in the expenditure
of the public oidiicy. Members falrty
elected were turned out, without, tlie
shadow f Justification ; ' the State
lands and Itends were plundered, on a
magnificent scale, for the lienellt of
partisan rings. Jobbing and stealing
ri rloU Everything was put up to
secttre 'ir.dvantaj'e to tlie Democratic
' ljarty in tlie election of 1872. Cou
Sui&oe was stilled and decency ignored
in order to "fix things" for the elec
tion of an U. S. Senator ; and law and
the constitution were overridden in the
in the scramble for spoils. The result
was a Democratic defeat, more crush
ing and annihilating than any the
party have ever experienced in Oregon,
it might have heen expected. The
people are not fool or tools, and they
will stand no nonsense.
The next Legislature will be Repub
lican. Its legitimate business, under
the plain instructions ot the people, as
given In the late election, will be to
right the wrongs perpetrated by the
last Legislature ; to undo Uie mischief
that Legislature did. This work alone
will be a great one, and portions of it
may be accomplished, if at all, only
under great difficulty, on account of
the power which a venal Governor
lias, in the veto. But if all the mis
chief done and begun in the last Leg
islature cannot be undone, at least, the
4:nuinmation of ring jobs can be pre
vented ; and this will be much.
The result of tlie election in 1S74.
when new State officers will be chosen,
is now in the hands of the uext Re
publican Legislature. If wise coun
sels prevail, a triumph, complete and
overwhelming, in 1S74, will be as
sured. We want to see a severe aid
thorough overhauling of the corrup
tions of Uie Democratic party, and a
total undoing of the mischief it has
jierpetratcd ; but we do not want any
foolishness. Let everything lie done
on the square. We cannot afford to
repeat or imitate, any of the lawless
i ness which brought such utter defeat
upon the Democracy. The people
won't stand nonsense from a Republi
can any tetter thon they did from a
Democratic majority. We hope to see
our Republican Legislatures go straight
forward, guided by the lights of hon
esty, nrudence and justice. Then If
the Governor interposes his veto, for
partisan purjioses or to gratify his
small spleen, lie will do it at his own
and the Democracy's peril. .
THE LITIUAXT ACT.
The Farmer has the following re
marks concerning the Litigant law :
The wickedest and most tyrannical
act of that body was the passage of the
Litigant act,- by which the iovernor
was empowered to name the particu
lar paper in each county iu which all
men should insert their legal advertise
ments, and fixing tlie sum to be paid
lor such advertising. It was tyranni
cal, because the Legislature might as
well give tlie Governor power to name
in each county the butcher from whom
all men should buy their meat, or the
farmer from whom all men should bnv
their flour and vegetables. The repeal
of this law will be tlio first act of the
We concur. If the Legislature
should be Republican In both branches,
as we believe it will be the law will be
repealed most certainly ; and, we be
lieve that even a Democratic Senate
would hardly dare refuse to vote for a
repealing act. The litigant act was
passed to give Grover the power of the
press to enable him to wield the Iem-
atlc party In its conventions and In
the next Legislature, in case a iJem-
'oeratic majority should be elected. It
proved a boomerang, and we fancy
the party has got enough of it. If
Gov. Grover should veto the Irepealing
act he will jiolitically damn himself to
deeper depths of defeat in 1874, than
he has suffered in this election. We
believe tliat even enough Democrats
would join in the repeal movement to
pass the act over a veto.
The Cincinnati Commercial, which
is vlolenUy opposed to Grant, never
theless sees some things that its blind
ed partisan yoke-fellows fail to admit.
For instance, it says it does "not see
the evidence of a mighty disruption of
the Republican party. The Democ
racy seem much more disturbed than
the Republicans by Greeley's nomina
tion. The uncertainty of aflairs pre
vents a general definition of positions.
If Uie Democracy are wait
ing to see a great Republican uprising
for Greeley, they will probably wait in
vain. The Republicans do not propose
to divide that tlie Democrats may
march between the discordant wings to
easy victory. They must see what the
Democrats will do." Tlie Commer
cial hits toenail square on the head.
The Republicans will not divide, even
though Greeley is endorsed by the
Democrats at Baltimore, as it now
seems certain that be will be.
MR. PEXDLETOXIi POSITION.
Recently in response to a question
put to Mm in Kentucky, Mr. Pendle
ton said :.
'I think well of the Liberal cause,
but I am for having a National Demo
cratic Convention and abkiing Its de
cision. It looks now like we ought to
back the Liberals, but I am for taking
advantage of all lights that may be
thrown on the situation between now
and the assembling of f lie Convention
in July. If, at that time, it appears.
as now,' that we ought to make no
nomination. I shall favor such action
or nomination. On the contrary.
should it be clear that we can succeed
with our own nomination, why make
He denied tliat "good faith" de
manded of the Democrats that they
should back the Liberals, but contend
ed that the Democrats were entirely
at liberty to do as they should please.
A couple of Watkinds' guards have
just returned from Lane and Douglas
where Uiey went to superintend Uie
election. If William could have
spared a guard or two lor each county
iu Eastern Oregon, what would liave
been tlie result, judging from the effect
of the missionary labors in Lane and
lKMiglas? Wilson's majority would
liave been 1,500 at least, and the Re
publican "joint ballot" would have
been somewhere in the neighborhood
of thirty majority.
The follow ing statement of the case
by the Detroit Free Press (Democratic)
is pleasant reading iu connection with
the sanguine views expresseu in Jir,
Greeley's letter of acceptance : "Clear
observation of all sides ami ; views of
the Greeley movement shows, we
think, a steady diminution iu public
opiulon as to its character of import-
Attorney General Williams sailed
by the steamship Ajar Sunday moru-
for San Francisco. He wiD pro-
immedlatcly to ' Washington
without stopping in California.
Personal. The Bulletin publishes
a letter from Mr. A. J. Dufur, by
which we learn lie had arrived at Phil
adelphia, May 22. Ho concludes his
letter by saying : "We have just or
ganized the Commission Centennial
ami expect to have a laborious but in
'lie Oregon City Enterprise asks it-
party brethren if they are not cou
vlnced by this time that they had bet
ter give up Dolly Vardeuing. W
should thp-.k so. They put their rrtr-
In Dolly In Marion and lost ; in Mult
nomah and lost ; and lvfly cleaiitil
them out of a Senator in Union.
F.lizur Wright says that if there is
any sense left in the Democratic party,
it will take up the Cincinnati nomi
nees. Right, Lize. But wIhktct says
the Democratic party has fcxl any
sense for the last dozen years knows lie
is a liar and a villain.
WE PIXi HIUIIEK.
The official count in Polk cotiury
sctUes the question. We take tlte Sen
ator and one Representative. This
makes our vote in the Senate twelve ;
in the House, thirty and or ro:tVrHy
on joint ballot thirteen. That will do.
The World asks anxiously, 'Shall
the Democratic party commit suicide?"
We really think if suicide is ever justi
fiable It would lie so in this case.
The Springfield Republican admits
that at present the Greeley Republi
cans In Massachusetts are both "lonely
Spirit of the Democratic press:
"Horace Greeley be damned t-ntrject
to the decision of the Baltimore Con
vention." We have the following new since
A dispatch from Umatilla yesterday
gives the vote ot Bilker county at 150
majority tor Burnett ; a Democratic
gain of 3.
Tlie Oregoniau says : "A telegram
from the Dalles yesterday afternoon
says Moody, for State Senator, is 2i
ahead, with three precincts to hear
from, which will not reduce his major
Official majorities For Congress
Wilson. 101. District Attorney Dur
ham, 162. State Senator Cornelius,
126. Representatives Collier, 14 ;
Stott. 181. Sheriff Tozier. 21. Coun
ty Clerk Pitteiiger, 151. County
Treasurer Jackson. 51. Assessor
Pierce, 171. Surveyor Smith, Nil.
Coroner Vite, 1(U. School Superin
tendent AnUcivon. Tlie above are
Burnett's majority, 10i. Demo
cratic majority in IS70, 1(7.
llaiiua. Republican, is elected ovir
Hendcrshott for State Senator. Thtre
was a large IkU of Itemoerats nntl
fusion with tlie Republicans on Hauxui.
Xews from Clatsop gives CorneffnB
(Rep.) for Joint Senator 30 majority;
Cor win (Rep.) for Joint Kepivsvasa
tive. 30 ; Wist (lep.) for Representa
tive, 1 S. The entire Republican ti'AKt
is elected except County Treasurer.
A telegram yesterday gives Burnett's
majority at 15S a Republican gtrvof
8S over Slater's vote in lO.
Iu Walla Walla precinct in lfhe
Democratic majority wa 104. This
year the total Democratic votr wns
10"), and tlte Democratic majority. Si.
REI.KilOt i I VI EI.IJGEt-
One hundred and twenry-fow rrwfi
ans recently joined the church at the
Xez Perces Agency, W. T.
It is stated tliat Nazareth, Pirfetw,
is now the center of a prosperous Prot
estant mission, establlslied by tbc
Church of England.
The total membership of tlte OrtJio
dox Quakers at present in the United
States is 57,405, being an increase of
715 in twenty years.
The Methodists in England an? said
to lie divided into seven distinct orgtitt
izations, numbering in the acgng;ife
037.417 members. 2.004 ministers. aul
32.383 local preachers.
One hundred years ago, says the- K.
Messenger, tlie prportion of crwntno
nicants to the population in the Utrfterl
States, was 1 in 1.). Fifty years :rjr,
it was 1 in 12. Thirty years, 1 in 9;
and now it is about 1 in 7.
From J"ll'j f ftfitnrthnj, Jvn S.
Mt.s Mnry llclsw of Oiwm ('It v rtirrl IjNt
3100(17 nfler a long and acrtoua illness.
A mm ffn-ry has lwi-n pitalttshe1 ,-mw Hie
north nf the Santiain, between Jlarkru an l
The incrcas" of the vote tn thin Stale hi the
pa two years I about 3,0Of.
The citizens of Union t-oimty are 013.111 to3ng
on Agrienltnrnl Society.
The Mason of Portland will tvp jrrarol
banquet at their new hall on the SItb mat.
Maj. i. W. Johnmn, late of Corrallfe. k
gone to Portlund to reaklc.
T. (i. Mnlkev ban retired from the ISetifm
Democrat, anrf the paper will herenttt-r be
oomlnctol by . W. liulvey.
Rev. I. THMon, present editor of the- Allo
cate, ha been re-oleoteil by the M.K. tteiivr
TheSantiam Ditch Co. will have a mothijr
at Albany twlay (Sntnrtlyl, toorsantze by the
election of officers.
k Wheat t sotltnfr at 73 cent per hohiH
at Albany. Oats Sti cents.
Rer. Jnme G. Deanlorff, who cam t t Jlis
StJtte in lSoft, died at Fort Sinuoe, W.Tthc
31st of May.
The Gool TempTars and nvinv others will
celebrate the comhip 4th by Bosket rt;nlc
at Dixie Camp Gron art.
The residence of Rnfn McLaneat Xewjort.
In the Yaqtitna, was totally destroyed by ttrv
on the 27th Inst.
There wil 1 lie Metholist onmpmeeUnswcnnj
menotns Jure 13, at JIcMLinvllIe, Lebanon
There Is to be a 4th nf.july pintle at Vnrne
Huh, wIik h will include a railroad excursion.
Jefferson Ralless of Ralner. who recentyat
temtKed AtiU-I'le. hn.i b--n adniiited to the
Mulliimnnh t'onnty l!oi fcal.
Rnr. F. S. llovt. fiirmLiiy of the SnTi-tn I'r!
verKity, was elr.ert Iw the M. E. General
Cwnference, editor of tlie Western Chrutian
The Albany Fire Cnminny, oil the 4th hi!t.,
eleoti-l Joreph Webber, Foreman; Wm.Ttt.-h-ler,
First Avitant; A. N. Amnltl. S-.ioiiit
ARfltant; A. F Wheoler, Secretary; Ifcmry
Portland Is to have another election on the
17th inst. This time the unnnndrom is who
shall be Counellnien, etc. East Portland will
have a mumvipal election the anaie day.
A awn named Jefferson liatrlis. llxine below
Rainer, tr!l suiciding bv meant of avbotgitn,
Wedneslay evenlni?. He put I he muzzle un
der hts chin and blazed away. The neighbors
confidently antlciiat a funeral.
Tlie militia organization, the Society of Mex
ican Veterans aud theUrand Amy of the Ke
publlc, at Portland, have held moctinr ami
resolved upon celebrating the 4th of July. A
general committee of arrangement was a
potntcd. From Daily of Tuesday June 11.
The body of Thompson, who was drowned
at Oregon City sbout two weeks rinoe, has
The West Side Railroad 'o. is expending
ti00 ibr picnk prcHiud. at Cornelimn
Mr. G. It. Waldron and his dramatic com-
?ny have re-opeued Oro Fino Theater at
ortland for a short summer season.
! Four companies of the first cavalry, now
serving iu the Department of the Columbia,
are ordered to Montana, to protect the North
The Columbia river Is tnentv-one fee:
above low water mark ; and it still exslteth
Tlte ir.;Mlnvllle Republicans hadajubilaiil
ratili-atlon last Weduesilay evening.
The Annual Ovoperatlon Meeting of the
Church of Christ fir Oregon will be held at
Monmouth, June 13th.
The Oregon ft California Stages are whiz
zing through now in good time. .
The ugen State Journal says: From
present amicarance the fruit cr-ip of this
county will be above the average. In some
portions of the country peaches will be light,
but the increased price will probably pay tbt
producer quite as much as ordiiutry crops.
Cherries are very.ibtiudant.
Beach-goers have already commenced their
annual pilgrimages to Yaqutna, Saunon river
Mr. J. C. Ftowerdew of Portland, English
Consul, was thrown out of a baggi-, ou the
White House road, Saturday evening, and
one of his legs was so badly injured that it Is
feared amputation will be nececaary.
John Otlllland is going out to clear and re
pair the Willamette valley and Cascade Moun
tain wagon road the route to Cvhoeo.
Ttnilding imdrovmcnts are itnuroving rap
IdlyJu .-Seattle, W.T.
t-ien. Ferry has entered upon the duties of
llutoffice of Governor of Washington Terrt
S. P. McDonald, reccntlv conne-tel with
the Vancouver Register, has gone into the
ixiil estate business at that place.
iseveral precincts in Washington Territorv
Iseklan election on the 3d lust., not having
learned tliat the election had been postponed.
Xoliody, however, was much elected.
The dwelling house of Rev. Cushing Kelis.
sSUiaieti on the Waila Walla, six miles below
town, was destroyed by lire on Tuesday of
A letter from Walla Walla sav: The
wwatber Is exceedingly warm, and should It
continue the crops will belnjureil,
Wm. It. Tavlor, at one time of Rolc Cltv,
hits purchased the Independent offi. e.at Elko,
The Owyhee Avalanche, advises the people
nr. hi ixl silver City to -keep their powder
dry," and says enough toawaken suspicious
ol'.iu Indian war.
11,-01 acres of land were disposed of at the
M alUi Walla laud olilce duriiur the mouth of
The tiuestion of the establishment ofa dailv
mail he.ueen Walla Walla and Lewiistou is
Iintiert II. Milroy, of Indiana, is the new
Superii'.tvndcut of Indian AUairs for Wash
A m-IiooI for girls, under the auspices of
the Kpico)ial Church, will soon be opened at
Peter Moore of noise City, I T., who went
to that country a few years ago with r.othing
but a C.-ivuj pony, b:is just sold ids real es
tate tot Jl'Auou, coin.
The ruh of travel to Ctali is still increaif
Ing, the gtvaiest rush being from the Eastern
Stales. Sometimes there are hundred of ar
rivals 011 oue train.
The Vancouver Register says the crops tu
Clarke ctuiity were iiever more promising
than tbey are this season. There will be au
' nnnniiis yield, unless the liigh water In the
Columbia lihould destroy the crop lu the bot
tom. A Washington dispatch, dated May 2th,
says: Tlie House Committee on Military Al
fairs liae concluded the consideration of the
Moiiutna war claims. A report will be made
on the subject and die claims allowed, but no
effort will be made to secure action on the
matter at this session. About J.'i00,000 will be
reijulre 1 to settle the claims.
LIST OF POST-OFFICES.
OR E C O N .
Ki;;)e 1 'reek,
N011I1 I tend,
Ciilmubia t ity,
Xortii t anvonviltc,
North Powder, (
1 )ro Dell,
Mouulaiii H ' isc,
West i hi'hailm.
Port Oi lor-t.
John llav Cltv,
II l River,
( In ke.
I tan p.
Port Madison, .
Si 1 Irk I tut.
Fort Colvi lie,
L niou Flat.
FldalRo, 1m Conner,
Money Order Offices.
The Associated Pre dispatches
having circulated the report tiuit the
World hiid raised Into Keptililitsin
hands, that journal .says: 4-The Gree
ley ncwsnjipers have iuventetl ami are
publishing the falsehood above qnoted.
It H a lie out of whole cloth known
for a lie by its coiners and circulator.
Mr. Marble has been for years, Is now.
and Intends to remain, the sole pro
prietor of the World."
In 1850 Mrs. Franklin Bennett low
ered a pail of butter Into her well at
Union City, Midi.; the rtriug break
ing it remained there until the well
was cleaned out last week, when it
came out fresh and sweet, twenty-two
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST.
LIST OF LETTERS KESIAISIXU
uncallol for in Salem postofooc, June
Jtb, I8ii: . t. ,
Allen, J II
Bet knur, A I.; By land, O H: BargerF;
Btnegar, Mi"s Jane; Biumliaugii.Mia Serah;
Hrown, Mrs jane,
frows, W H; Cline, Mrs MaryC; Carlisle,
S B; Caitwrighl, Major J; Cres well, Fulton;
I . I XI V. 1.' .) . lTn. If- I ',-..
Jas F: Costello, John; Cline, John; Cline,Mr
James; Col lard. m M; Cooper, wms; t 01
'ins, (rto W; t 'ommlns, HaL; CrnmwellIrs
Annie; Cox, Mrsif.uza; l-oss, wm 11. ,
Iavison, Artemus; Daman. Ljinan.
Evans, F T; Katon, E A; Evans Jane C.
I'letclier, Miss Louisa C; Field, Dexter. ,
ralianj, John; GoortrV-h, Timothy.
Howell, Mrs Frances; Hunt, Mrs Xancy;
Ilagey, A J; Uaviuon, Wiu.
Jones. Miss Susan: Johnston. Wm; Jelfi-ev.
Sam; Junes, Miss Martlui; Jeffreys, Mrs M F
Leeshlngton, Miss M; Denard A Co., B A.
Morris. Mrs Elizabeth; Martin, Mls Mtirv;
Miller, Wm; Miller, Mrs Em; M ers, A II;
Mason, Mr Martha Jane.
Itaymoui, Mrs Almlra.
Strooii, MrsE; Stephen, Miss Sarah 2: Sar
gent, Oliver: Shady, Charles. 2; Swoirord,Mrs
Mary; Swoflford. Sam; Simpson, Mrs J J;
Si reel, Isaac F; Sbrnm, Mrs Sarah M; Snell,
Edwin; Steeiirow, Mrs Olive A; Schneiufer,
Tuck, Jaret; Thomas, Rachael 2: Thom:
son. Miss Adda F; Thompson, Mrs Hattie A;
Tiliotson) Miss Ellen.
Worthintrton, Chas L Jr; Williams, Mrs
Vancv; Weatlierl'ord, J C: Waguer, A F;
White, Jas 11; WhUley, Miss Ella.
Whon cal ling for the above letters, please
T. II. RICKEY, P. M.
Gen. Joe. Juliiiston'8 history of hi
campaigns during; the war is ready for
the prt-ss. Southern papers say lie
eorifines himself to his own operations,
but the conduct of high civil officers of
tiie Confederate Government, so far as
they relate to his command, will neces
sarily come up for discussion, and we
may look for some interesting revela
tions. A clergyman in Ohio caps the cli
max of pulpit rhetoric. In speaking
of the passage of the Red Sea. he says;
"The billows seared as (J"d"s hantl
pulled back 011 the crystal bits." The
pR'aclicr must have been subject to tlie
Two missionaries tor this coast re
cently arrived in San Francisco, sent
out by tlie hoard of Home Missions
Rev. T. Crowl and Rev. John Rea.
They both go to l'uget Sound.
Special advertisements under this bead will
be charged 1" cents a line. Liberal adver
tisers, in the regular advertising columns,
will, however, be given liberal notices under
Ibis head, without extra charge.
Weatherf rd A Co. keep a full assortment
of Drugs and Faints, and in fact everything
that is usually found lu a first-class" Drug
t vkbx and Stoke.- -The choicest selection
nf fashionable Spring Goods at the Overland
The Ovkh;.and stoke Is selling tlrst-class
Goods i-heaier than the same quality of goods
were ever liefore offered in Salem.
May lot f
REAL ESTATE DEALER,
Ollire No. l. Front Street,
REAL ESTATE tnthlCITY.md EAST
PORTLAND. In the most desirable lo.alilks,
consisiing of LOTS. HALF Iti.tH'KS and
BI.'X Ks, IIOl sES and STORES; also
IMPROVED FARMS, and valuable iin
ciilllv.ite'l LANDS, hva'.ed in ALL irtsol
tlie STATE for SALE.
REM. ESTATE and other Pnipertv
pim-ha-ed f n-1 oresii mdcus In iliist IT ami
ilir.iughont (he STATES and TERRITORIES,
wiili i;real .-ai-e an-l on the most ADVAN
TAiiE H s TERM.-.
KOl'SES an I STORES LE ASED.
LOANS NEGOTIATED, and CLAIMS OF
ALL DE-CRIPTIiiN PROMPTLY COL-LE-
TED. And a General FIN ANCIAL awl
Ai.ESCY l'.rslNi;sti-a;is,-icte.l. dawtl
CARLE SCREW WIRE Boots and Shoes
aie sure to suinTsede all oihers le.-ause ther
are tlte most reiialiie--durable do not rip or
leak. Try them. All genuine pools are
si am pel. j.lunell lmw.
CABLE SCREW WIRE
Boots c? 3b.oos.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST-
XI-O-O-O-O O !
AX D THE
Trout, Sea Bass, Oysters,
Clams, Came, Berries,
SPLENDID BEACH DRIVES,
!S li o 1 1 a 1 1l ? i i 11 ,
SEA BATHING, BOATING,
A GOOD APPETITE,
Pare Air and any Amount of Fun,
Are a few of the hlessliurs erjoved by the
patrons of the Yamhill and Ocean Beach Wa
May, June, July and August Is the best time
The road lias been greatly Im proved : rocks
removed from river crossings; tnadea re
lirel, ami everything done to make it sale
Rlentv of Grass for animals on the Beach.
Forajju may lie purchased en route, if de
sired. tiet vour tent- put on your old clothes anil
go. ' Juneiutf
HAVIXt; consolidated with our own the
stoek formerly owned by J. R. M.
HIRSCH. we are now prepared to furnish our
customer with as large an assortment of
(icneral Merchandise as can be found in the
ciiy. Our sKvk ol Goods consists, In part, of
Hardware and Groceries.
A We.l Selected Stock of
Men Sl Bos' Ready Made Clothing
constantly on ban 1.
Calicoes, Muslins, PeLains,
and cvervthinn usually found in a ftrit-elaasth-y
Goods store can be found
upon our "helves.
Soots eto Shoes,
of all varieties, together with
II A. T fS ,
And a Lar?e Lot of Woolen Goods.
We Invite the Ladles of the city and vtclnll v
to call in and examine our stock.
CSTNo trouble to Show Goods.
WE AIM TO PLEASE, and will Mill good
at reduced rates to close out oar immense
ES2r"all in and see us liefore purchasing
Remember the place.
Hermann & Hirsch,
Commercial Street, Salem, Oregon.
U. S. Internal Rerenne Taxes
''HE Annual Hut of Internal Revenue
B Taxear Keremw Taxes Ibr Martoi
county baa beeu placed tn my band tir col
lection. Kotice I hereby given that I win be at the
post ollioe tn Saiem on TCLSLiA Y.J ne lath,
fur the piupoae of collecting Mid taxes. ,
: JAXIE A. frMiTH,
ELECTION HELD IN MARION COUNTY JUNE 3, 1872.
Joseph U. Wilson
N. B. Mumphrev
John J. ShaWiDf.
T. M.-r. Palt.in '.
, Wnv, l"arst
' John lowiiiiig ,
F. K. Eldrldge"
(i. W. Lawaun
Geonre S. Downing
R. M. Wade
T. I.. Davidson
L. S. Scott
3. J. Mtirpbv
D. H. Murphy
J. E. Boynton
Hu?h Owens ,
V. S. Kulfdii
W. R. Siewart
Thomas C. Sliaw
II. A. Rl(8
Ij. H. Judson
T. W. She 1 ton
1., l :t!
.'-'i l.;il 7
217 I2K, 7.'i
l.X llli pei
lit 143 9 001
. 233:1 :w
. IBS, 157:
2IH 130 B8
Seth K. Hammer (Ind.) received 7 votes fur Clerk.
A. 11. Cosper nvelved 5 votes for Clerk.
Wm. P. Pugh received 6 votes for Surveyor.
M. O. C. Murpliy received 1 vote lor Surveyor.
1IV1PR0VE YOUR POULTRY
ZZlr IT I l-T N ' ) MOKE T
-rvrtw"- ltmi jroi.l Fowl tlian
Oakland Poultry Yards,
Cortier of l-'sh and Caflro
Eggs for Hatching.
FBOJt THE LABJl-ST AND TIKSTllKtlD
Fowls in Amki;ica !
Carefully tricked and warninied tocarry -afe-ly
auy'dNtance. The varitiies mi'irlae
Dark and Light Brahmas, Buffand Part
ridge Cochins, White Leghorns,
Houdans, Silver Spangled Ham
burgs.Black Spanish, White
Dorkings, Golden Po
lands, Aylesbury Ducks, and Game, Se
right and Black African Bantams.
-2? Send Rtamp for Circular to
(itO. U. RAYI.KY,
Importer and Tlrocler or Choice Poultry,
BOX 059, San Pi-aiu-isco,
lieneral Aeent for the Pot-LTKy Wop.i.r,
a iii'iurhly magazine devotel eotin-ly to Poul
try. The best paper pnhit-hedtn Hie country,
stihscriiniuii. 41 00 pur year. Ajrenls wanted
lor every city and town and the country. For
further information, address.
Ci Please state in what imper you saw
tlii--a b ertisenienl.
-May 7 win3in:deoLjm
V A U It O T S.
20 TONS OF CARROTS,
At S20 per ton,
CU-.m and nice for Feeilin, tor sale by
Ifyoit wi.h your clothing ma le to order,
S. Gosliner & Haines,
Commercial S!rreet. opposite Statesman
Trade Suits from $20 to $25.
l?i'Vt, Irotii T to S-
VESTS FROM S3 TO $9.
AMI EVERYTHING ITRNISHEP.
Al Jlt:V ITKMSlIIXi MI,
For sale at reasonable Pi1-s.
Cutting Cleaning and Repairing
DONE TO ORDER.
Jum ll: Um
Pinkie & Lyon's Sewing Machines.
The First of the Kind on
3Ii-. .T. IVli'olIz, V-;Mit
STATK STKF.KT, SALKM.
Till" machine ijj wariantel to ilo a preater
variety ot wirk lit a more dur.ilile nvtn
ner than aiiv oiher machine ever onVred o
the public. Simtile In construction nni not
liable to pet out of repair. Those wl-hlne to
purchase nr- invi'ed to ,-hll and examine this
niiK-hlne. Mrs. Folt will take pleasure in
eliil)itiiiK Hs jt'Kid ipalltlfs.
MR.H. j. r. i oltz.
IIt. J. IIuLMES.
FOLTZ & HOLMES,
hare Junt scle-led a fine stivt ol
MILLINERY A XI) DRESS ii)0DS,
LACKS AM FLOWKIfS
which they are sellln; otr at cnt.
Iresni:ikliig. Tucking and Rutrlinft done to
Rt-iaimilx-r Ihe place mi l Klve us a cal!.
REED'S OPERA HOUSE.
Extraordinary Atlractions !
MARSHALL & CO. '3
GREAT TYCOON TROUPE
Great Tycoon Theatre,0saca,
Will appear for a short Season, commencing
Wednesday & Thursday, June 12 & 18
Poors open at 7. Performance tocommence
Prirea of Ailmlwlon:
Dress Utele 1 001 Par.piet ."iOc.
Seatcanbe necnred during the day, from
10 A. M. to 4 P. X.
J u neftdlw
Dissolution or PnrtnrrHltip.
XOTU'E Is herebr (fiven that the Arm of J.
B. A M. Hlrsi-fi lsthi day dissulwl by
mutual content. The accounts of tlie old tirm
are aor i thehan-ls of Hermann A Hh-:h,
aud pnrtius owing us will please call aul net
J. B. 51. HIKSC'H.
Salem. Oregon, May 1st, lsTi.
PAETIKS knowing themselves indebted
to us will please ciomj their a.vKUiil Im
niclia elv. bv cash or noie.
" IIEKM.VSX 4 HlKStll.
Salem, tlregon, June 11, 1H72.
ANDERSON & RHAWL
Are prepared to do all wore in tlio line of
WATER AND STEAM FITTINGS.
PIPK and FIXTURES cmntantly on band,
an I u k done at short notice.
Snlem. a-t. , IH71. 4
i 2 ?n 1 6 i 7H : i M 1 -23 , .r7 1 V Hi
2S , M7 : If 1 32 1 i) I i 1 ! 0 1 li) i 33 ; 20
IH 75 31!
H 1 58 1 25 1
43 05 39i
( i is
K!57 29 2(i
t!70 33 231
47 32 2o
92 43!-ii;1874 311
4 2 8'i4'.;31 27;
4 2ii:88i4llj31 23
i 1 I M
.50:40 32!2 17
93 12 niis74l37!
! I ! I
75 B7 24il.W
79 Sh-J3' 1,247
47 03 :si l.)o4
I ! I
Wi 44 22 9!8
3," ii0'38 030
- ! I
77(" :M l,.tw
37 84170 32: 22
93 43;-2l!i2 7.-J38I
4127188:41 31 23;
;38 82:70:31 1-22
105 03;42 2019:74 3S 50llll!54!S5 70
- .Vil 93;42i20!l874:3751lO8i54i.Vl70
WII01.L8ALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX
All Kinds of Musical Supplies,'1
AKXT Fi lit Till:
Steinway Piano, !
isuK iii:Trr ici.v. 1
.7. I'. STAIGKlt,
CAPITAL BOOT & SHOE STORti
I KEK1" constantly on liand a goKl asor"-iiii-iu
ol Ottlforniu and Fistern Hoots iiud
SpivL-il attention paid to (he manufacture
CUSTOM MADE BOOTS & SHOES,
Ofeverv stvle. Ieg-je 1, S ucl and ai-o
Crlrbratrd Screw IJotiosjit,
Made to order. Work and Ills cii.ir.nitii-!.
None but Uie best French brands used.
V li 7 Kjjy InciiraJjic C::se!
VB. X.S r.ICHATJ'3
X G O L'D E li B A LS A IY1 !
Aft - rt ii ars' trifl on (liihCnaM Iirs
prowu ittt-tft1) ity 1-urntivi-in arf-rtam claxc
X lis- -r .ii tun. vl Ly ui-al j iartitu ii-
Dr.LsBichia'j GGLDLU EALSHKo.l
rurot CIi-aii -rtM first ru-i w.t,Qd 'C'-s. i nnon
th l.-n-i - r I; -,i ; s .r- Irs. I:j.. Ste. tr.;
f mv r- in-d J-: t-h-s. hyj Inline C!.tsnh.
Di-K -I S -.!;. i:i ill j r.u.i iy lrr.-.K of tbi
Ii-i ,-,vfi as S. phi!!. iTu-e, $.. pi r bi.t
tic, or two t 't -J.
nirTT:i..ry. M.-r uri.l. Sphiliti.- KlfMim
tiui i'ni! ni th- liouiM. l-. kef the S,-. k. 11
rrr.t ! s ,-. T.ir-at. y1 hilitir :rsh. I.rs-.p
n i .' ti-r.vt 1 l' r !. M-.iVm m of tb- l in t,
ttirl i-r i! fit.-.s .-ill iiisijHn fn ni tin- ? tt m.
Wll(t ,;r c-!.'-l by i7MliBirttit.il or fbll.e of
roor-n-y -l-v.n? the bliH il i im tin! lital.lj.
Pr:.-, 5". p r b til , cr two tor J'.'.
D:-. b Riga's G11.EEH SPANISH AN-
ti I -t -. f..r Hi c.ir- of Couwrhu-n. (ih i-t. Irri
t.iiio ,. r.iv,-l. ami nil I rii;fcr- r lit-iiitl
d:..rr?.ii v.u nr. J'rict-, $:..Vi per bi.ttle.
Dr. L3 Rhhr;'s G01.DFN SPANISH IN-
j-vti h, a wish an-t itijirti-m f r Hxrrt raws
ot ii in itIhc, ,uii-.T!i!.irtjy t.Striftimii.
in J .nil (li's f t!i, K.U.s tud riaddrT.
ln i.-r u.n:..
Vi- AtciH H l2. TxxCT.LV-T
?lhrj f'1" 'uir; ) V. :.Ji--. M.M I r:.f
ii I -n: -t :i y. 1 ri I :n : -i i : ti tnm
'tl- ir" v:t :v:: -t .- iv- fh'.v s. I r.. .t
r h -t!"v Ti- c"';uiit' t'cuj P.:jt.M n
;-ut i: 1 "!i V ;,i r ;tir,l Uitt.
O - i: t if iri '. tl.t-. inWIi:?!4 w'll
- '. : ' I , -ri ? t!i" rp'irfn-. ! ir
!. "r 1 v y-- !c fr. fn-m .b-r-
SPRING & SUMMER STYLES
Are now Ready and for Sale
Cor. Morrison and Front Sts, Portland,
tt EIOLIM:uiii! RETAIL.
(i(K)IWUl' IIISOW mam l At-rntE
IiirnNhcl'o ihe Trade at It TK- l'.F.I.OW
TFIK IMIMKTKH AKTlfl.K.
COOKE, DENNIS & CO.,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Moldings,
1?l'STI( and all the latest styles of inside
and outside tiolMi. of the bet niiality of clear
cedar lumber ever used In Salem.
Scroll Sawinff. Stair Itnildins: and
done with nitnes anil di.iatch. M:innfac
t in ers of the celebi aled
Bosweil Fruit Dryer and Room Heater.
Also Manuftcturc the RAXKIX PATENT
SITU Nil. I)1K.
Cr- All kinds and ipialitie of Lumbor
and Shingles for eheap.
Kv-t tifuork :tt lowest Irl'fi
JKJT Please Hive u a call. SKE OlR
STi K :K. Icarn our prices, and nlve us yonr or
ders. SKKt'IAI. ATTKXTIOX plven to orders
from l.ii inrrs. and lnlurmtkiion freely given
grail our pnlri. .
.May I.-r;-J: ii lim
Opioltc Statksmas Office, keeps as tine a
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
as can be found In tho cltv.
Smokinir Tobacco made SpeciaHj.
Fine Cut Chewing
AXDXKW BBAJCD8 OF PLCO TOBACtX)
contantly on hard.
C-Clvo me a Call.
Knajjj, IBurrell & Co.,
OFFER FOR THE HARVEST of 1872 THE FOLLOWING
'MM IMPLEMENTS and WIACHINES.
DtMif'si ItenKr aud Mower "Ohio
and "Huckeje" patents combined, with
iUAitjf'H Jinprovrmt-nlttw Klzes, Nos. 1
and 2, complete as oyi Sell and llaud-ltak-er.
Thi" iiia.'liinc, .n linprove-l for ls71. Li
7i- b-xt S I'-lUikmii Reaper and Mower in
the World: and those imported this vear
have been ch-mrtrl so thev -rn br mnile tn
cat Mtitu-r Hum an ullier S M-Hikrr in
market, fall and see them, or seud for Cir
cular. Jlr-4'onuirk'a NoHprr nml Itowcr-
lPmd or Sell'-Rakeris extra stroujr aud du
Burt'K ItonperHnd Slower-Han, 1-Kaki-T
only. iMi-et. 'ut high or oir. Mrung aud
tuitttljlr i.r JUtx an Well as grain.
'llix-r Kmppriuid Hoarr -T)rtriper"
aiiiiiland-ltaker 5J foot cut.
FmreNlor KenMr and Slower Iiroiv
per uud Hand-liuker.
Marsli urveter -Latest. mot de.-irablc
and ecoiioniical wav ol harrevlin drain.
liHr.ie.-n rs rkle. M'anv prefer them to ihe
Header. 5aJSend lor descriptive Circular.
Ilnlne'H Header or UurvesU-r Two
sizes 10 ami l'.'-feet cut: Mill tunlu-r im
prove, 1 for lsT-2. Then.- Headers are all ol'
the most approved style.and madi-in Pekln.
111. lurchaere will do well to beware of
"old style"' Headers, several liimdreil ol
whW h were "carried over" last vear In Cal
ifornia. Clipper Mower -4 sizes. For nimpticU;
?uid irrftxtitn infchimimi, 'jT,-ei t-'wjM,
tillhtw-M of draft ntd durnbtiity.n Is the
t- ittu ultra of ail Mowing Maihines lxis
sesslnjc as- it does Moke lUnirablr dnturm
I han can lie found iu any other one' Mower.
Nos. 3 and 4 are more" particularly recom
mended for Awr.v v-ork and rt-nviti 'ilislric'ji
- the No. Sbeinif lighter and not as stroiut
as the larger sizes. Send lor descriptive
HpraKn Jtowp-A nwM of im)ilit-Uu,
and the Jitunt gearrd Machine made i
Mnmy and riuraW', and Is umpiesiionalilv
THKHKstdk.ItiiIi' jtrict .M,itoT vi-t in
troduced. I tout till to send f,.r.-i Spia-u,-rainphlet
and examine into the looiiix.t
Hits new uNiwer, wbi.ilt is cn-ailu such a
stir iu tlie Fastern states.
The Culon Mower 2 slrs-an old favor
ite. Flu' ;euf ne "4 lRlh-iifer'Trirrhr
Valuattle liniirovciut-nis an-i adliiiiiis l,r
1S72. In bothSejiaratorsand Powers. Ke.-op-ni.iil
even-where, as "the" tripling tmi
i hiw. Will t-jmrntf aiO-r ami rincn (!-fr-r,
without cra-kin;of wasienf rain. vin
iinytiihi r T hnttur Ahmi n, winch we can
Kil'clv fntnrttnt" wirlmut auv liiaTiiifr or
"blo-iu(j." Those who haven't seen Hie
ehnnqi-x and imnrovrnfntx liunle on the
"Fill's" Buffalo Thresher (both Seisirators
and l'owi rs, lurlu; the past year or two,
wiM con. ult iheif own inii-nl's bv lookioi:
at the Chalk-niter" N-l'ore buv'injs else
where. All sizes, iroiu 4 to 12-horse jiower.
f jt At
hi t kevk
0h JMK li
SOLE ACENTS FOR THE
SOMETAIXQ X KW "'jY'Tl'v''B'i5 FA?ll'i"l'B'''' ""''?'i'"' "
DOM FAIL TO SEE IT BEFORE PCRCIIAMM. ANY OTHER KIM
SatdasZ THE MITCHELL WAGON.
Bncaeyr Mower and Reaper and Mow
er -We are the authorized sole a penis Ibr
the saieofthC'lluckeye'' machines iu W ash
ingtou Territory, ours arc tlie "jr-nnlne,"
made hv Aultm'in. Milt- r uml Co., the or
iginators of Ihe Uuckee Fall nt.
Ball 'Tornado"" Thrrtther -Somewhat
simliar in slie. lint nivch Miiirriiir to the
"Russell" mid 'Swce)'Sltlie' with a hnti
irr runw and irf.T sluie.
EndlOHH 4'hnln Thrrsiht-a " Wheeler,
Mehck o.'s" and "Hanler's" 4 sizes
Willi njmial Improvements, not to ! fvund
Horse Powtra-All sles.md stTle,ln!nd
tnp the -V'W -VwW Fin's "Challenger,"
"Mounted' and "Down."
Taylo' Milky Knke -Sni-i"r to any
other Rake jet introduced so aiuch so that
we have discarded all other patlerus, and
now keep only the ''I'Mylor,' ls-lii-MHi it -to
l-e"ilie'" 11a ko. H;tv' hni them made ex
nre.lv to finlor this jtar. jKn.wiitr and
hai-i-T than can lie fotind elsewhere.
Itevolvliic Itakeas aud 10 IvM-t long. Al
Itunie'a ICakP- i feet head whhn holds I he
Kiiue iioitioii fiinoiig Keolrinff liak that
the "T:i lor doe. auiiuiir uldv l:ates. We
have outr a llniltc.1 iiniulierof the"ltarne-,"
and isirties waiitiiiK th in U1 ilouc.i bor
der early. j
llontr llajr larks -"Palmer's, ""iValk
er's,"" Ih-iible Harpcsiti," and the Sellia
(liiirns "R'anchanl's" f ylimler and Ther
A I. S It
llarvestlntr Tools, . Snitil Machines.
Kxtras for Machines Picks, I'mtif Man's.
Su kle s.s tions I ItiililtiK ( l.mn
Cider MilKBiirk Mills TnrhineW.-iter Wheels
Whtid Ikimiws, iliubb'r l.-u;h'r ll-lt'g.
Plows, Cultivators. Ipi.-inlua M hUieis
Millstones, f ltiiL'r:-s. t'arru.pi'
We have en rome a large stvk of II Jusllv
"Bain" & "Pacific" Wagons
"NEW l'ATTFKN." 1 XTR.l MKUXti,
WBtKU SlAKKD IX TiIII.IN 'III, ami
mlu r imprnvt iivHlt for l7i hk h place thtTn
lar aht ad of anythinfr In market In the wsron
line, as our experience ha eimblet ns lo rind
out what i aeiiilshe for this market and this
Farmers and merchants w ill consult their
cm n iiitrrrxt by rratnlntnrj imr Utiick nnri
Pricrr. as we will not be undersold. Lockout
for unknown and Irresponsible "Runner,
ho an-anxi.-us o pet rid of ,'se. oinl-rate'
nia. huies. fci- l.llienil terms to the Trade.
Manul;ictui crs"iH-,-rlptive Circulars mailed
on applk ailon. Address
K.XAPP, UIKH1I.L f- O.,
ALU E AUV
lr.l lo, 1s7j. V.