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...e City and County.
JFi-om Daily of '. Wednesday Jrtiiz, a.
Tie Reasos War. Last evening's pas
senger train from Portland began whistling
r short distance tbii side of the Fair
(rounds and continued until within a few
rods of the depot when it suddenly closed
wltH'aU delefnllj dolorous, groan. Parties
on tire street wondered what it meafet and
"on inquiry e fonnd oat (Tie why and
wherefore. The'engraeer being of rather a
'facetious torn of mind had been "expressing
Vis sentiments along the cr-.tirc Voad hy thn
medos. The prolonged vchfslle was an ex
prf-SMoo of joy over the recent Republican
victories, while th grort at the close was
in sympathy with the defeated party of
Vardenites. We will wager a brick watch
tbat that chap rs s, whole-souled fellow.
, Miss Me(tligs Concert. The cele
brated p'la.nfs't gave her third concert at the
Slasomc 'Haft in Portland last evening.
During her stay in "that city she has been
Velcdmed by crowded houses, and musical
'critics are loud in her praise. She is con
sidered the finest performer on the piano
'that has ever visited this coast, as thou
sands who have heard her can testify. She
has consented to favor our city with a visit,
and will give one of her Grand Concert.',
assisted by quito a number of vocalists, at
Reed's Opera House next Monday evening.
Tickets of admission to any part of the
bonse, one dollar and fifty cents each.
Elsjctio Kktckio. Mr. Cosper informs
us that the poll books have all been re
turned to his office, but owing to the present
session of the County Court they will be
compelled to take benefit of the fullest ex
tent of the law before canvassing them.
Therefore oar citizens need not expect effi
rial returns of the votes of the various pre
rinets iu this county, before the first of next
week. But our present returns warrant us
in assuring our readers that we have made
a most glorious fight and won a decided
victoty. Hurrah fur our side.
PniciscrOrriCBRS. The following were
elected Justices of the Peace and Constables
of their various precincts on Monday :
Salem. J. O. Coffee, Justice of the
Peace; J.M. C. Stewart, Constable.
North Salem. A. E. Brooks, Justice
of the Peace ; S. M. Hastings, Constable,
East Salem. R. W. Wilson, Justice of
the Peaoe; B. Cave, Constable.
South Salem. Chas. Crangle, Justioe
of the Peace ; Mosie, Constable.
Hook aso IjAOOkr Co. Election. The
electiou of officers for the ensuing year took
plaee last evening with the following re
sult: J. Q. Wilson. President: J. D. Jor
dan, Foreman : Geo. H. Kiddle, First
Assistant Foreman ; Andrew Kelly, Second.
Assistant Foreman ; Chas. Uzafovaj
Treasurer, and A. T. Yeaton, Secretary.
resolution was adopted favoring the nomi
nation of Wm. M. Martin as Assistan
Chief Engineer of the Fire Department of
Tiger Co. No. 2 Asmtal Electios.
The members of this Company held their
annual election last evening and elected the
following officers : John Minto, Foreman
O. S. Allen, First Assistant Foreman : E
Oliogei, Second Assistant Foreman ; R
Earhart, Recording Secretary ; Jas. Coffee,
Financial Secretary ; Thus. II. Cauo,
Treasurer ; Delegates to the Fire Depart
menu ; Bar hart. Cans and B. F. Browi
Goxr from oce Uaze. Ed. C. Alexan
der, well known by the citizens of this
place, started for Eugene last evening, an
after spending a few days there with his
friends and relations, proposes making an
extensive toar among the snowy peaks of
Southern Oregon. He will remain during
the coming summer months for the benefit
of his health. We hope that he may fully
regain it and . again return to his Salem
Ici Criam Festival. The members of
the Temple of Honor, I. 0. G. T., propose
giving aa lee Cream Festival at Reed's
Opera House next Wednesday evening.
All the delicacies of the season will be fur
nished a the occasion and a good time
guaranteed to all who participate.
Cocrrr Conar. This Court convened
yesterday although no business of import
ance was transacted. It will remain in
session the balaaee of the week and some of
the eases to be disposed of are of consider
FoEaAL. We are told that the recent
funeral of . E. Wheeler, at Scio, was one
of the largest aver held in Linn Co. On
the arrival of the escort from this city, all
the basioeee house were immediately
closed, and nearly the entire population at
tended the last sad ceremonies to pay trib
ute to his memory. The Masonic Order
bad entire charge of the body after his
For Souther Oresor. A French
Prairie farmer with a large family of small
children and young cattle passed 'through
town last evening ea ronle for the Goote
Lake Valley, when he intends to establish
a stock ranch. , ......
Admitted to Citizenship. Edward
Lamport, a native born Englishman, was
admitted to full citizenship before our
Ceaaiy Court yesterday.
Frtm Daily of Thxirgd&f-June 6.
WHAT fHEt KJrOW ABOUT FISH-
Lo via K-TMmt--DwKHln In Four
t -r:-: -,
THIS IS TIE FIRST CHAPTER.
This was how H all came about. There
were a lover and a lass. He loved, she
' loved. And ssncb. they walked and talked.
At length they would a fishing go. They
went, la a boat, with fishing tackle. The
joung man took something to takes Too
awe,' a convivial chap atas be.
MOW rOLLOWETM THE SECOND CHAPTER.
"Something to take" was the cause of all
the woe the twain wailed, afterward. At
first they were merry. They floated and
dallied. They found a lovely shaded .bank
and went for it. . And then (key went for
lunch. Tae young ooaa took "something
to 'take," frequently. The lass remon
strated with aim, bat alas he heeded aot the
lass, and soon 'booxy" was what waa the
matter with bia,
..IB ISUilB CHATTER IS AS FOLLOWS.
Yonng man took another ' something to
take" and then harnessed up bis gondola.
They started home ; he, fuddled ; she, ner-
vons. He rawed she trimmed boat.
Muob gin saaka him reckless of muscle and
there was a broken oar, ia about a minute,
The wind howled ; wares rolled ; boat
ditto. Wind rose; boat saak and thus tbey
parted. , , . . ; ..... . ,
1 OE)AFTEB POl ETH, AE FORTH.
Young mta seeing how it was, concluded
to go ashore. He was not prepared to die
and so, he swam. His Dolly huag to the
boat She felt wet and then indignant.
Anger got top of fear, finally, and she just
let go and walked ashore. Lover went his
way. Lass went hers. And that was the
end of that courtship.
. Shall Pox Acaim. We have been re
liably informed that there is a serere case ol
small pox in Polk county, eight or ten
miles beUw this eity. . There ia no imme
diate cause for uneasiness, but we would
warn onr readers to take all precautiooaJy
means of escape from this loathsome dis
ease. All necessary pains will be takea to
prevent its . spreading and - if oitiient
. will use due precaution there ueed be no
cause of alarm.
Kailroao Accident. Ab accident hap
pencil to the construction train above Ea
guue, which caused the trains to miss con
peotion. Therefore we wen without oar
juai mails above Eugene.'
Died. In this eity at an early hour yes
terday morning "The. Daily Mercury,"
aged about five weeks." L This child of the
public was of rather preaturtT birtjj. and
whewJSrstft appeared. :aathi fijindana'
spbaro-goo judges pronounced aprHcty
of its early death. It iMMs became the vic
tim of trouble, and.,' we suspect, worms.
But the killing stroke was one occasioned
by the "old, old storyjof . ''Love and its
influences." A maid named Dolly Varden
crossed 'Mcrk's, path a few weeks since,
and ft proved an instance of "love at first
nirht.! Dolly loved "Merit" also, and
Merk was devoted. . He frothed and foamed,
'grunted and groaned, kicked and stoned,
borrowed and loaned for his fair one, and it
told on bim fearfully, finally. At last
Dolly went back on him, and Merk went
and shuffied aff this mort.il coil in the tra
ditional way. Farewell, Merk, fsrewell.
Mb. Sawtklle'e Land ScnEME. We
find the following among the dispatches to
tie San Francisco press : "Mrs. Mary P.
Sawtelle, who went East from Oregon to se
cure an act or Congress granting married
and single women in Oregon and all the
Territories permission to take 160 acres of
land each under the pre-emption law, re
ports the success of her mission assured."
Foe Santiav. Quite a large number of
men started for these lead and silver mines
yesterday. They were well equipped with
necessary provender ami looked very much
as though they meant business in this trip.
From Daily of Friday Jnne 7.
Axother Risawat. As our frequent
runaway items seem to worry the locals of
the metropolis we propose dishing them up
another one this morning and trust to luck
in meeting their approval. Yesterday
morning while we were attending to some
affairs in the office, we noticed quite a num
ber of persons rushing towards the river
bank. Thinking perhaps some serious ac
cident had occured, we rushed down stairs
six steps at a time and brought up against
a ma i ho was apparently on track of the
same item. We did not stop to apologize,
but rushed madly on and found a team of
horses, harness, carriage .and whip all
mixed up in one promiscuous heap on the
corner of Chstneketa and River Streets.
"Extricating the quadrupeds from the ve
hicle" we found time to inquire into Iht
particulars which were as follows : Mr.
JJush was urivinj; bis pair of younjr horse
attached to a liirht covered buxzT. in which
was seated Wesley Shannon and himself.
They were just making a turn on Male
Street when Mr. Shannon touched oneff
them with the whip, causing bim to start
instantly and turn so short as to upset ih
carriage, throwing the occupants out up-n
the grouud. They escaped serious injury
but were badly scratched up. The hordes
ran down State Street dragging the car
riage on its side and turned dowu Cbeiuek
eta but soou ran sgaiust a tree which
threw one of the horses and the other in
stantly cooled down. The carriage wai
badly broken and the harness somewhat de
moralized. We congratulate the occupauts
upon their narrow escape.
Cacght in The AfT. For some davs
past J. L. Parrish, of this city, has been
troubled by some of the biys attending the
Central School, who, during the noon re
cess, would enter his strawberry patch and
pick the ripe ones, leaving scarcely any for
the rightful owner. But yesterday noon
one of the men in Mr. Parrish's employ
concluded to put a stop to such proceedings
by giving the offenders a slight dose of
" pickled birch.'' Concealing himself in a
maple grove near by, he patiently awaited
the. result. The intruders soon put in their
appearance aud. the way tbey were getting
outside of those berries was a caution. Our
man eould stand it no lunger, so stealing
quietly along he was in their very midst
before they noticed him, and plying his
whip in a lively manner he succeeded in
giving each one a sharp blow which sen
the crowd howling in different directions,
He caught one of the boys and after com
pclling him to dance the " birch rod quick
step" he asked him why they were
there. The infantile wretch answered that
they did not suppose Mr. Parrish intended
to pick the strawberries from that patch
this season. The second edition of this
chastisement will prove more severe should
they be compelled to use it. So watch out
boys for " the way of the transgressor is
Sale of Machinbrt. Some six months
ago Conner and Co. of Halsey purchased
steam Engine and boiler from the Salem
Gas Co. They never removed it until yes
terday when it was haaled to the depot pre,
paratory to shipment. It is proposed to
use it in a sash and door factory which is
to be opened at that place. It was a large
one, and of considerable power.
Japanese Jugolers. The great Troup-
of Japanese Jugglers will perform in this
city next Wednesday and Thursday even
ings. We have observed that all the pa
pers where they bare exhibited, have spo
ken of. their performances in terms of the
Official Vote. Mr. Cosper and acoupl
of Justices of the Peace, canvassed the
votes of Marion county, yesterday. We
have the result but it came in too late to
get it ia table form for this issue. It will ap
L. S. Dyar leaves for the Klamath Agency
Dr. Richardson has gone up to Albany to
spend a few days professionally.
And now the solemoeoily bullfrog nightly
serenadeth to noisy ".froggy love."
Umbrellas are laid aside and parasols an
straw hats perambulate. K erect.
Who heard anything about Joe Meek
recent lecture t We failed to be on band
Copies of the Weeelt Statesman with
election news fur sale at this ofnee.
Not a cent ia lest, while dollars are gained
hy toe liberal ase of printer s ink.
Mr. Rickey, onr pepalar Postmaster,
confined to bis room ey severe illness.
Clean eat your cellars aad back door
yards, ruth in those localities breeds di
. The Japanese bill sticker is in the city
and has bedecked oar outer walls with eon
siderahle taste and paste.
H. D. Boon has a few words to say to our
readers this morning through our advertis
A large aaiaber of Miss McMig's pel
sonal friends will accompany her to tb
city by special train Sunday.
" Bless me ain't it pleasant " to run into
a gate that has been left open te swing into
the street these dark nights.
The yonng ladies of one eity complain
that the gentleman are like the re
spring : very backward in coming fowsrd
What evident signs of life are pertrayed
ia these paintings which adora oar County
Court room. .. .
The boys should be prohibited from bata
ing within full view of the foot bridge as
they ae at present.
ine tieaecrats were seen on every cor
ner of the street yesterday figuring on the
Flies are on the wiag, while time is n
"There is no place like home," especially
woen yea tare ae gm to sit up with.
A yonng lady we at into one of our dry
goods stores yesterday and inquired for
"Dollar Bargain dress. She wanted a ten
cent ealieo, ae doabt.
Tbe Fourth of July will soon be on band
Why don't we bear more about that Grand
Men and women are different. Men wan
all they can get. while women want all they
can t get.
Tbe shade trees at tbis city never look'
mere beautiful than they do at present;
Dolly Vardenites are looking rather glu
just now. Multnomah was too much fu
them. ; .-;
Several large bets were made yesterday
on County and state candidates, , .
We understand that the Mereory will not
be able lu survive the Dolly Vardea defeat.
Remember Miss Mehlig's grand concert
Monday evening next, at the Opera House.
She will be assisted by some fine singers.
Cm-le Sammy is busy writing bis hook
niitleA1,'" What I know about running for
John B. Co.s;h is at pr.'s;nt ia Califor-
nia. Ilis address has been- telegraphed for
by the Good Templars, who want him here
on the 4tu.
Jacob fjtiUel, of Portland, favored us
with a call last evening.
Miss Mehlig is to arrive by special trails.
Saturday. She gives her last concert ia
Portland Friday night.
The Mercury had but little to say abow
the "Tom and, Jerry" ticket yesterday
Uncle Sammy's worms are not near as
troublesome as they were Monday uiorn-
Gen. Palmer, of Siletx Agency, is in. the
Portland " Dully Yarden Horar?.
Politics are tahin? a rest ence more. It
won't last long.
Philadelphia. CBvcnlita U the snhjts
all discussions to-day.
The matrimonial market is getting nH.
Small boys have turned their toes eat t
Three soda founts are ceatinwally mjsir
ling to keep the Salemile cool.
Will the America Eagle soar in thwtty
on the coming 4th. Don't give it up.
We went atrawberrying yesterday asuH
found four niee ripe ones. They only toon
us two bits apiece.
Alf. Belt, formerly connected with Sr.
Holladay's steamship line, is in the cicy.
The Japanese juegler. wbd created ml
furore in Portland, will Tisit this ciij a
u early date.
Amusements will be plenty during; tha
next two weeks.
A tooth powder man says that woetew
who use hi powder advertise the astwli
very timetaey open their mouth.
The Grand Lodge of Good Templar will
convene in this city next Tuesday.
Carpenters, masons and all kinds of issnV-
ing mei'honics are busy when they Save
anything to do.
Gettins very plenty " Garden "
but " sass " will be scarcer since the Jicr-
cury has " pussed in its checks."
Date) to June S.
Sirata tlrowis ArreptK.
St. Lons. June 3. Gov. B. firatz
Brown lias written a letter ot r.-cep-
;iuce of the Lilieral Hepublican imwdi
nation for ice President, in a some
what lensrthy review, and cordial tt-
dorsement of tlie Cincinnati 4latfonu,
the greater portion being devoted to
tlie amnesty question.
The Republican Vice Fresldeuey
Xr.w Yokk, .Tune 2. A Trnies'
Philadelphia special says the 2iew
York delegation will lie here next
l'uesday, and tlie next morning: will
irganize and appoint a committee lor
It-termination in relation to tlie Vice
Tesidencv. There upiieared to lie
some divisio i of sentiment amonjr the
delegates on this point, and it is
thought that lleiuy ilson will (wive
the largest vote. Colfax will probably
have the highest on the first ballot.
Gov. Ilawley may be a compromise
Eiiarlanel Want to take a Sober Sec
A Washington special says a nattiest
for time for more careful consideration
of the supplemental nrticle has been
made bv the liritish Government.
This, if it means anything, must mean
postponement of the tieiieva Vmt-
ference, which should meet on tlie 15th
New Yokk, June 2. Tlie Ixniy of
lames Gordon Bennett will be pre
served until the arrival ot his chiklrvu
W ASHrNGTOX, .nine 1. i ne l-ecre-
tiirv ot the treasury has authorized
the Assistant Secretary at Xew York
to buy two millions ot coin each Tluirs
oay in June.
1 AI.LAHASSE. June a. ine ?ti-
preme Court yesterday decided BUt
houu (Democrat) elected Lieutenant
Governor bv 45 majority. L. Davis
(Republican) has hitlierto filled tlie po
Pennsylvania Detnocratle Delegates.
Washington. June 3. A siieviaf
dispatch says that out of tne iiumlierot
delegates at large elected to Uie iiaiti-
more Convention trom Pennsylvania,
eight are in favor of endorsing Gree
ley. The delegation Is led by Con
gressman Randall and William A.
Walker. Tlie delegation are not in
structed to vote as a unit.
The Proapeeto at Philadelphia Can
vention. Philadelphia, June. 3. specials
state that the arrivals of delegates, and
politicians to the Republican Xatimal
Convention is beginning to be large.
It is the general opinion that Grant
will be nominated by acclamation, and
that the Convention will adjourn tin
Thursday. The contest over the Vice
Presidency it is generally thougltt will
be between Colfax and Henry Wiism,
with chances decidedly in favor of the
former. Large numbers of iiewji
per men are already on flic ground.
The arrivals of delegate liave hew
very numerous during tlie night, 'fue
Continental Hotel is the iHnditimrtrrs
of most of the delegations. Tlie
friends of Colfax count iso vtte 5r
bim on the first UllioU Morton 24o-
Michel! is mentioned
Tbe Howard-Hooker Imbroglio
Chicago, June 3. R. 1$. Ilowant,
brother of General Howard, leis writ
ten a letter to the Tribnue of this citr,
saying that the statements try the Jon
Francisco Chronicle, and by" General
Hooker, or at his instance, so fir
as they imply a want of hoors
ty. courage and prompt fabedience
to orders at Clmncellorsvllk? on tlw
part of General Howard, are fcfce- lie
says when General Howard rcttrms
from his responsible mission to Ari
zona anil New Mexico, via Santa Fe.
I hope he will be induced to rtate the
facta even il they may be unfrwudly to
General Hooker, on whose repntatioit,
as of that of all his brother officer.
General Howard lias always manifest
ed a tender and chivalrous regard.
Sew York Sows--Ornnd Lodge Wjt
sons. Xrw York, June 3. The bearing
of the argument in the case of Tweed,
Connolly aud Fields begin before
Judsre Hogelsoom at Albany to-day.
Tne Grand Lodge of Free Mason of
this State meets here to-morrow. Del
egates will be present from the Grand
JOdges of every State and Territory of
the United Mates, and rroiii fuigfatxl,
Ireland, Scotland, Germany, Hungary,
Italy and the British provlmva.
Will of Jaines lrdon Itewnett Ike
Herald to rensaisi in Use t-'auilljr.
Xew Yokk, June 3. Tames fJor
don Bennett died of old age. His lon
er limbs were paralysed tor several
months, and he was fully impressed
with the idea that lie could not long
survive. His estate is said to amount
to ten millions. The Herald, with
buildings and real estate connected
with It, he leaves to his son, aud in his
will he provides that he is never to sell
it, and that it must remain in the fam
ily. His. Fifth Avenue mansion he
leaves to his wife, and his Washington
Heights proper to his daughter Jcan
nette. Reoator Carpenter defends the Ad
ministration. Washington. June 3 SenatorCar
penter addressed the Senate in reply
to Carl Schurz's criticlsms-upou tlie re
port ot the Committee on the Sale of
Arms. He reviewed tlie history of the
resolution for the Investigation, and
declared that tbe object was not to
have a full, fair investigation of the
arms' sales, bnt to mako a deliberate,
premeditated, malicious assault upon
the administration, regardless of truth
or justice. In this connection. Senator
Carpenter defended the administration
from aspersions cast upon it by Sen
ators Schurz and Sumner in recent de
bate, and said it was not by the blun
ders of honest soldiers that the liber
ties of nations are overthrown, but by
tlie plotting, artful, intriguing rascals
who have tlie public ear. He made a
long argument, in reply to Schurz, in
defence ot the report of the Arms Com
mittee. IiOtraa goes sqraln for Numner.
Senator Logan next addressed the
Setiate in reply to Sumner's speech.
He again and again denounced Sum
ner's attack on tne President as slan
derous malignant and without founda
tion. Referring to Sumner's argu
ment that military men were unfit for
duty as statesmen, he reviewed Sum
ner s achievements as a statesmen, and
declared that the State books bore
fewer measures originated bv htm than
hy any other man claiming to be a
statesman. II U greatness consisted ia
high sounding phrases, long-drawn
sentences, quotations from old books ot
history, and his achievements were
mere glittering generalities, while the
" citizen f Galena " uas written bis
history in Wood, and it would be read
long?r by men. Ties churge of mud
dling our foreign relations was im
fnauded. If it were muddled with
England, .Sumner was primarily re
fipwusibks. The rtatement that fieere
tary Stauton had tokl him that Grant
comld not govern this country, ww
false and he could prove it so. Sum
ner bad) fnrtlier said that he asked
St.-uiMii why be spoke in favor of
( iiint while ItoWinjr this opinion, and
Statst-na replied that he bail not men-
tioaeil aim its Ins speeches. Oeneral
Lojrait proved this to bo false by read
ing frMi various speeches of siantou.
m wliKli lie referred to Grant in a
Vf imsKTOir, June 3. In the
House, tlte Seustte bill jrranting the
rigta of way to die lenver and Iiio
lirande Railroad was referred to tho
'(MiiiHittn?e on Conference. The Sen
ate bill to pay EWridire ai:d Gerry, ot
'olorado, for lass of stock by the Sioux
Indians, was amended by increasing
the amount to U.21MJ and was msseU
Li tJie u'iite, Xye called tip several
bills relating to tbe Territories, which
Se-uator Chandler gave notice that lie
would at. an carlv day attempt to vn
dicatK Lis personal friend, E. M. Stan
ton, iruut aspersion cast uixn mm.
The C'snfereuee Committee on the
Tariff and Tax Bill agreed on a report.
in which tlie tax oa whisky is placed
at seventy cents, covering everything
but ten cents for rectifying aud stauis
on barrels. A uniform tax is fixed on
tobaaxw at tweuty cents.
' -Orewlty Katutewtton Meeting; In Sew
,kw iokk. June 3. the mas-
meetingat the Cooper institute to-night
to ratify the Cincinnati nominations
was au immense, affair. The hall was
fillfoL. t ud an outside meeting was or
g linted and wa addressed from stands
erected' in the a-juare. Resolutions
were adopted cudorsing the Cincinnati
piauiwni. 1 lie speeches were made by
iseimtor Upton of iSebraska, Col. A
K. McCMre, Pa Gsn. Kilpatrick, R
A. lfoswait, and others.
X Big Haal of Jewelry.
C-nCA;o, June 3. i'iie jewelry store
of C.W. Morse, west of Madison street
was tmrglarized u Saturday night.and
20.(&i0 worth of watches, iliainonu
and jewelry stolen. The burglars tun
neled under 1 he vault till tlie wall fell
and Ujcp cleared it. of everythiii'i of
value. The robbery was not discover
ed until litis morning.
ntiotsti Kepiibllean oovrntiuii .
I'liiLADKLriiiA, June 4. Delegat
have nearly all arrived and the hotei
.are lUyntliv thronged with Grant me
idisciissuig the business of to-morrow
.Little reliable data can be gleaned ye
ats to whai will be the Tcsult. on tlie
t'juestiou if Vice President. Kverv
rXioii is urgent in behalf of its ov
icitivlidate, and though the friends of
JKix and Wilson exercise a belief
ilie choice w their favorite, there is no
adacut ion of reliability.
An informal meeting was hold till
n;ii:tii tig by the lele:itioiis. N'o bus
neskf' iiiiunrlaiioe done.
It is irtjorted tint delegates fs-om
istete instructed for Colfax show sijriis
of Uisnnion. and a belief is exnressetl
tuat w usou, ot Jdassacliusctts, has
The U!ik lelegation at tlie Cunt
wiital Hotel have a baiicjiiet for Grant
Tiifiu is irreat anxiety to know how
Uc Kew York and Pennsylvania del
gatns wiil vote.
.Scarcely any mention is made of
General Grant among toe delegations,
the President Uistiou being ixginlutl
jis ji Matter of fact.
Washington. June 4. In the Seu
id. en-uiug session, last night, Iogau.
fiiu f.He ComiuitU' on Kleclions. iv
pirted fhe test'nuoiiy in the c:ise of
-Senator PomiToy's eiection and stated
t.liat tlv? 'ommiUi-c found no facts to
xustaiu tlie cliarges ot briticry. Tlie
s 'omaafctoe did not accede to "Senator
Cal(l-(jr miuest for more time, and
asked te he discharged fmm lurthi-r
conskl3-Bion of die matttT. Report
recejcod aud priotid.
A lr number of private claims
and Mils were passed.
The tax on whisliyv as agreeil on hy
the t'oitfcrence Committee, goes into
effect u the I-t of August. Other
wines ud liquors, froni whati-ver
substa.o!. containing inferior spirits,
are t le taxed 10 cents per pint or
Tlie uniform tax on toliacco goes
into e-fiect on July 1st. Tobacco and
-snuff iu export bonded warehouses
shall, w, Bliiu six mouths frtmi to-day,
Ihj withdrawn upon payment of tax or
Jx? forfe'rurxl to tin- United States.
The stamp tax on matclies expires
on the 1 of Atigiwr. and all stamp
tax tn Schedule li of the Art. of July,
1SS4, pxvpt tine on hank clieckV,
drafts and ortk'rs, are repealed from
lirrclry Batiflratlon "ei'tliis.
XewYouk, June 4. Al thetJree
ley lUttfjcation meeting last night, a
letter wits read from Senators Trum
bull, Fenton, Casshio. Macleay and
Montgomery blair, expressing ivgret
at tlicir inability to attend, and declar
ing a firm belief in the success of the
ticket and platform of tlie Cincinnati
International Typoajrnphiral In ion.
Richmond, Ya.. June!. The twen
tieth animal meeting of the interna
tional Typographical Union met yes
terday. Eighty-one Unions from
thirty States, are represented, includ
ing three trom British Provinces. Tlie.
reK)rts vf officers are favorable. Res
olutions in sympathy with tlie eight
hour strikes, and denouncing con
spiracy laws in various Slater, were
IV m. Lloyd Unrrison to Sumner.
Boton, June 4. William Lloyd
Garrison has written an open letter "to
Senator Sumner, sharply criticising
the hitter's speech denouncing Grant,
aud says it is ill-judged and ill-timed
in its charges and bitter iu its person
alities, ife says Sunnier does not rep
resent Massachusetts in tbis sweeping
irapeacluneut, as tlie Republican peo
ple are almost a unit for (rant's re
election. He declares that Grant is
inseparable from the party: that it
elected aim. and that iu attacking
Grant the Senator really attacked the
IVilaon Coining to the Front
for Vice lresldent.
EVERYBODY FOR CRANT
Tne National Bepabllcaa convention.
Piiilaiki.1HIA, June 5. The Na
tional liepublican Convention was
called to order shortly after 12 M.
Every State and Territory is fully
Ou motion McMichael was elected
Temporary Chairman. Three Tem
jiorary Secretaries were chosen
and the usual Committee, appointed.
Wilson has been increasing all the
morning for tlie Vice Presidency, and
there is every indication that he will
be tlie successful man. Ohio now
stands 34 for Wilson ami 14 lor Colfax.
Pennsylvania has decided to oppose
Colfax, and it is now thought that he
cannot possibly be nominated.
Shortly after twelve o'clock the Con
vention wasc-ilicd to order by ex-Gov.
Claffliu iu a briet speech, referring to
the character of tlie Convention and
tlie object of iu meeting, predicting a
triumph of tlie party and its represen
tatives, in spite of 'unexpected defec
tions over all combinations. He be
lieved that tu its success is centered the
best interests aud higiiest hopes of the
The speakers are all enthusiastic in
their expressions of confidence iu Grant
and his ability to sweep, tbe entire
eountry next Fall.
General Albright, Chairman of the
Committee on Organization, reported
the name of Thomas Settles of .North
Carolina for permanent President.
Settles, on taking the chair,' made a
few remarks, and the Convention then
adjourned till ten A. M. to-morrow.
The Pennsylvania defecation held a
caucus this rooming and resolved to
support Wilson for tlie Vice- Presi
dency. Wilson's friends now claao
iM) delegates. Illinois win giie c-
fax IV) and w Mson -jo. umo wut gite
Wilson 30 aud Colfax 14.
The platform will be reported aud
the nominations made to-morrow-
Governor Pierrpont, of '-Vest Vir
ginia, seceded ironi the (leiegajiou
that State, in a seeeh, aud Ueviarca
his preference lor Greeley.
After a temporary orgauizatim Iiaaa
been effected, calls were made ft- Seta-
ators Loaran. Gerrilt Smith, Xye aud
Morton, eacn oi wuoin auuressw tae
Convention briefly in eulogy of 6 K-
publicati party.' the President, !ss-acs
and his administration predicting an
overwhelming tritmipli iu Xowubwr.
Every allusion to Grant i these
siieeches wat tremendously apislaradWd,
aud the most intense eutnusi-tsi pre
vailed. The Committees on CredeuiiaK i
Permanent Orrainization aud ou Kudvs
and ltesolutioiis were tlien aisptauitetJ.
Tlie Committee on Kesolutjoo r :
Governor Ilawley of Connecticut. J. M.
Uhiugton ol CalUon:ia, llernaoutso-
ton of Illinois, Jas. rieed cl b.et-
tncky, W. A. Howard of Michigan, L.
H. Head ot 'evatla. Governor llay
of Ohio, K. Kiucaid of Oregon. .-
Scofleld and I). B. Elh'ge (colored) of
South Carolina, J. B. Scliater of Cue-
ratio, J. T. Cooke of Idaho.
Colonel FiMk Stmwaaor.
Xew Y'okK, June 5. Lieutenant
Colonel O'Brien has been elected Col
onel of the Ninth Kegiment in place
ot James tisk, Jr.
Excitement in Xatamoras.
Matamokas, June 5. The U-lc-
grapli line between lierc and Mier Uas
been cut. There is great excitement
here. The National Guards Irive
been called out aud oilier defensive
The Treaty Exciting Defense In the
llousv ol srOH.
LosiWN, Jane 5. In the House
Lords last evening Karl Kussell moved.
iu a long address to tlie Queen, for tbe
witlidrawal of Kngland trom tlie Ge
neva Conference, unless the Unite
States abandons indirect claims. The
Earl spoke at great length iu suport
ot the motion.
Granville followed, and delended
the right ot the American Govern
nient to plaee its own construction ti-
on tlie treaty and to introduce indi
rect claims. He said the only way to
escajK! from the consequences of tlie
opposite interpretation put on the
Treaty bv the two Governments wai
through a "supplemental article,"' and
of this the Government had availed
itselt ; therefore Kussell s proposition
did not touch the point at Issue. He
defended the Commissioners who lie
gotiated tlie Treaty those who acted
for the United States, as well as those
who acted for Great Britain.
Karl Derby disclaimed party feel in
on the ouestion. He had been told
that tbey should be careful not to
fend Americans. He could eoneeivi
no poorer compliment to tbe Amer
can people tlian the apprehension tliat
a frank, plain statement might cause
offense. (Cheers. 1 He did not wai
to break off negotiations, but wanted
to know where they stood.
Earl Kimberly regretted that Grai
villi constituted himself an America
advocate, aud reiterated Earl Derbv
demand for a plain withdrawal ol hid
The Marouis of Salisbury said th:
"astute" Yankees had ovcrmatchei
Britain iu tbe Joint. High Commission.
He confessed to haviiur a very high re
gard for the Treaty, and declared 111
malignant hostility to the indirect
Earl Malniesluirv spoke in favor of
the motion aud the Manpiis of KiiNM
Lord West bury announced that
would vote with the Government.
The Earl of UosoIhmtv, with lxnls
Westbuiy and Cairns, sup'xirted tlie
motion. He did not think that it
would endanger the cardial relations
with the States. He bitterly assailed
the Treaty 'negotiations'' of the Gov
ernment, and was repeatedly inter
rupted. Earl Granville and the Duke of
Argyle took part in the debate, which
became very exciting.
Indirect Danineni tuctloa In Par
liament. T.oxnov, June 3. In tlie House of
Commons to-day Gladstone expressed
his inability to account for the post
ponement of adjournment of the Unit
ed States Senate, aud offered to re
deem his promise to make a definite
explanation iu regard to negotiations
with the United States.
He was asked if he had any reason to
think the United States Government
was inclined to withdraw from Secre
tary Fish's position, that concession
trom England must precede any set
tlement. Mr. Gladstone replied that tlie un
derstanding was for the United States
to make no claim for indirect damages
Mr. Osborne considered that the ex
planations amounted to nothing. The
House and country were unsatisfied,
and he. hoped a distinct declaration
won If I be extorted from Government
that unless indirect claims are fully,
fairly and Immediately withdrawn,
England will refuse tn proceed in tlie
arbitration, (.'beers. J
Mr. Kurgo gave notice that he would
move lor an address to the Queen for
the withdrawal of Great Britain trom
arbitration unless tlie indirect claims
Earl Kussell said the time had come
wlien plain words were, desirable. He
gave notice that he would to-morrow
press his motion for an address to flu;
Queen for withdrawal from arbitra
tion. The Ktieriiinn-raiit Part-.
Bkkijx, June 4. General Sherman.
Colonel Andrews and Lieutenant
Grant have arrived here. .
London, June 4. The woollier
throughout England to-day is wet.
aud unfavorable to tlie growing crops.
Occupation of Xaxatlan.
San Francisco, June 3. FnH de
tails of tlie occupation of Mazatlan by
the Federal troops on the 5th of May
have been received. The rebels at Ma
zatlan on the 3d were astonidwd to
learn that General Roeba with 2.W
men had iaed around Cnliaenn.
where Manpiez was still lighting; with
General Pesipiira. and was within fif
teen leagues of the place. They al
once tied precipitately to San Bias, not
having time to levy the usual tijreed
loan on the merchants ami wealthy in
habitants. There was no Opitioi
to Rocha's entrance, and the only Mood
shod was the killing of a young man
in the streets by one of tlie" Fcilvral of
ficers, by mistake, as Is alleged, be be
ing mistaken for a leading rebel who
was supposed to have been secreted
The next steamer will clear for Ma
zatlau, tlie port being now oien.
Indian Trouble Treaty lortetastcd.
Tucson, May 27. About 30 Indians
attacked Camp Crittenden on tlie 21st.
They captnred all tlie stock after hard
lighting of two hours. All the utock
exeept one ox and two horses and one
ox were recatured the same day. Tbe
Indians killed Clarence Cosgrove loor
miles below Hughes' ranch. All the
farmers in Santio Yalley have left,
abandoning large and most excellent
crops, now ready for harvest.
On the 23d inst. 30 Apaches Kissed
down Santa Cruz valley with two
Iwrses belonging to Joe King. Tlie
whole of southern Arizona now seems
overrun with Apaches, and unless re
lief is soon given nearly all the settle
ments south ol Tucson will be aban
doned or the jieople murdered.
General Howard concluded a treaty
with the Indians at Camp Grant oil
the 23d nit. If properly managed on
reservations and the Indians off pur
sued with vigor, they may hope for
Sold Klilpia?nt neithoraTtosM-er
IerLHlon in Mrs. Fair's Caae Pout
tonedA ft'lali Mory. -
San Francisco, Jane 3. The Bank
of California shipped to-day $300,000
in gold coin to Peru, by the Panama
Captain David VariPeit, in early
days Captain of tlie Senator, Xew
World and Confidence at different
times, died yesterday.
Judge Dwinelle was to have de
cided upon tlie application ot Mrs.
Fair fin- cliange of venue In the Fif
teenth District Court to-day, but an
nounced tliat having been absent in tbe
t-ofurtry he was comelled to postpone
t'te matter until Friday next, at 10 a.
when he would give a final decis
ion. Los Angeles, June 3. Tbe Bur
lingaaie artesian well, 150 feet deep,
ejects live fish resembling trout, trom
a half inch to two inches long. The
flame phenomena occurs at an artesian
well ou a ranch near by. seeming to
indicate tlie existence of a subterra
Atteinsr4ed Awnwlsslkin Urand
4roe of Driilfls Mirifies Isesuo
San Francisco, June 4. Tlie at
tempt of Etienne Gugnault to assassi
nate M. DeBrueil, French Consul, on
Kearnv street tolay, caused tempora
ry excitement, but subsided as soon as
it was known that IteDrueil only re
ceived a severe blow in the head with
.1 sluugshot, and was wot dangerously
Inrrt, and the assailaut was merely a
lunatic and the victim of political ex
Twenty -three Groves of the order of
Druids an represented in tlie Grand
Gmve of California now iu session in
Tltere were 32 suicides and 15 un
successful attempts at suicide in the
cltv thmnir the year enuiiur .imie zu
V'AUX.io, June 4. A. i. McPike,
member of the Democratic County
CosMinitU'e, reportsj all meia tiers pres
ent at tta meeting yesterday iu favor
of tin? Greeley ticket.
ltain'mg all day, with thunder mid
-MLii in a: w - Republican Wide
Sax Francisco, June 5. A tele
gram froni Slielburu savs the McMa-
hon mine iu tliat district has lieen sold
to San Francisco capitalists for $35.
Xew dweoveries of creat apparent
value have been made ou the vast side
of the ntotuitaius.
The K-utiblk-ui State Central Com
niitiee hart made aimngeiaents tor
tiring 1UM pins on the reception ot the
Philadelphia nominations and an eu-
rtliusiastK; ratilicatiou meeting imme
The Young Men's Republican Club
is makuig arrangements for perma-
iiit headeprarters to be open during
Illi VTA I K T1XEUKAPII.
5IU.TAL TO t-TATKSMAN.
I'lir Votpof liilliiomnh Konultllrau
faln liicrautsr Vote In ttietate
itetitrata t rom I lie fetate.
Pokti.am, June 4. Entire Kepifh-
Jicaa ticket elected. In this couiitv
the Tote, with the exception of five
small precincts, give J. G. Wilson.
Jiepnblicau Congressmen. 1.9:21. J no,
lSirriieit, Democrat, 1,004. J. M. Cav-
wod. Republican Sherilf, has Tail. All
counties luaru fnim report large lie
publican gains over last electiou. Th
iiicreas of votes in this comity since
nsiij is Ironi iWtoSOO; in the Slate.
The river is vising very rapidly.
-ei"jhleeii inches m twelve hours.
Steamer John 1. Stephens sailed las!
evening, with sixty passengers, five
thousand barrets ilonr, and two thou
s:ihd sattics wlicsit.
IVeatlier very warm and sultry.
Ci:k.ss'vki.I- June 4. Wilson and
Burnett forty-fine each. Brtstow thret
majority. Legislature, Democratic;
majority three to five.
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST.
I 1ST OF I. F l Tt ltS Itl MtlXIMi
J uivatltl for in NtlfMii jxttitlioc, June
4 h. lsli :
Allc.i, J W; Aj.ii", Wilson; Armstrong, iif -Arni.-irrn.
Itispv, J X; Ilylaivl, f II: Ryrne. Mary K;
tVir! UtOoiiiew, Ni'Imi; .'i-un.in. '-Htliartne;
liklcT-s A J; Ilir. lay, Mmerva; Ikil. Win ;
llritwn. Jane: Hutlrr, llarknes ; Hrown.
.Mary Jautt; Krownlu. 1 t: ItiiiiiUint, Katr.
t'aicll, Kristti"; I'rpssMvtl, Mary 2: Clii:
wiMnl. Jiisliii.i ; ( 'li:i.'il. Win II; ( nniUt.Wm
; f'hnlt.l K: 'ou-v, Jav-k.-Min; Cov., Ain
aiiiUi; CtnKV(s Kimfy.
Deiinin:. Mary: Pay is Nan.y J '2 : Pavi.-,
Mary; la itsii, Tin?. C; Pmioco, Vn.
Ijtrliart, Miss Amelia; K'luar.ls,' Jat.
Flthnxh. Sarah It.
irofn-treot, I.l.ir: tionlnn, S S; (eiff,
llat.-ti. nirrtran: Ilihlianl, Chiis; IlanulttHi,
L'Hii.-; Hall, Ilavita.
lipyzar, Mary; Kf!rr. .Ia J.
I.un.ln, Sarali '.'; I .aw tit. Win; Lewl,n F.
Mo'son. Kiln; Meltew. (.: Maxflnld. '
M; Alanin, Ja. Lmui ; Alnix, Jauica; M.
Whll ter, J X -'. j
Xorton. M M.
Onen. .'llc; il-terhant. AlU-e 1
Iat.erson, James; rafterwHi, W M; 110!
Boss, liftman ; Italns, Jolin I. ; Kavmond,
Sin-ogle. Mary J; Shaw. II K ; Snvairc. f'ntli
arine: Ski'lin'Mis Win: sterns, W .M : Suv-
li:r. .lu- i'lj; S.-KI, Juiinic; Siki, K J ; Smith
Walla.'. Samli K : Wliilp, JLipiie; Voinl
eu, Jnliii P; Wmil, Ia'vii9 '1.
Zinimenuaii, A K; Zielar, John S.
T. II. It H KEY, V. M.
SI'KCI AL XOTICKS.
IMHMKI TO OFATII.
A beali hy liver wreles. h ilay ahnm two
ami a hall' pouniln of bile, wlil. li coninlim a
gift amount of waste material Uken from
ttie liloml. When the liver litvonie torill r
conge.sti'il, 11 failKioeiirainalethiMVa.tainoliiu
of novloiif rtiihanre, whl.'h, therefore re
maiiift to toisnii the hlootl ami lie conveve! lo
every pan ol the system. Whal mul lie the
coixiltiou ol the IiIimmI when U in rc-eivlnganit
retaining eiwhilay two anl a naif ixMimt or
Ih)1soii Xaiure t'ries to work off this polmm
ihrough oilier channels ami organs the kid
neys lungs, skin, etc. : lm the' organs be
come nvertHxeil 111 jKTfiinning this iatHir, in
ati1itlon to Ihelr natural fuiK:tions ami can
not long wiilistainl tlie pressure, bul txvome
The hiain. which lslhepre.ilete.-.trical cen
tre of all vitality, is iimtuiy sllmnlausl by the
iinheallhy blotMl which sseioii froui the
hcirl,anil it fails to perform its ottice heatih
fnliy. Hence I he symSonis of bile poisoning
which are ilullness heaitache, luca)Ku:ity to
keep the inlntt on any subject, iinpairineut of
meiifliry, itUy, sleepy, or nervous feelings,
glMnnylorloiliiigs ami irrltabi!iiy of teniicr.
The iiiiNul itself being ilist-aMtft as It forms tlie
xweat upon thesiirlacc of Uie Fkln, it Is so ir
ritating ami )!oinms thai it proiluces ills
coloreil browu HMits tiiuipUs nlotctifs anil
other enitions sfires Imns, carbuncle and
scrofulous tumors. Tlie stomach, bowels,
niul other organs sioken of, cannot escape be
ci'ining affected sooner or later, ami costive
ness, piles, dropsy, iysiepsia, dlarrhfiM. fe
male weakness and many other Ibrms of
ch route disease, are among the necessary re
sults. As a remedy tor ail tlioe vanons'man
Ifesfallnns of itlseltse, Pr. I'ierce's ()lden
Meli.ll lK;ovef- Is inIUvelv Vilniituahst.
t'.y li the iiverand stiaiiita'h are cllaugei loan
active, healthy state, the appetite regulated
ami restored, the blootl and s.vretioiis thor
oughly pin-hied and enrichwl, and the whole
svstei'n renovaletl and lniilt up anew. Sold by
all Iirst-,,lass flruggists.
A Dead Dr Imion.
The theory Unit human beings whose
utreug'.h has been exhausted by pain aud sick
ness can be restored by depleting medicines
and water gruel, if not absolutely a dead de
lusion. Is in the last agonies of dissolution. At
length it is understood that strength cannot be
purged into a debilitated frame, though lire
may easily be purged oat of It, and that it is
abont as wise lo withhold a healthful stimu
lant trom the weak. In Uie expectation that
tbey will rally without one, as It would be to
h'prlve a lamp of oil aud expo it to burn
the blighter for iu
The Immense anil unif.irm success which has
attended the use of that wonderful combtiut
tioa ot a pure stimulant with the finest medic
inal herbs, known as Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters, kas largely assisted In dispelling the ab
rurd chimera. Frantic attempts are made to
revive it, but In Tain. When the sick feel
that their strength Is departing, and that un
less Inrlgoratad they must utterly break down
it Is in vain to tender them feculent slops In
i tie place of genuine restoratives. They may
le Imposed upon ia tbis way once, but the
imposition cannot be repeated. They de
sire to be refreshed, comforted, braced tip-and
lecKne to be griped a second time.
t'uiler the oiwrat ion of the Hitters, on the
n.her band, all tlie processes necessary to
ptavskal restoraUon go on simultaneously.
'I be system is stimulated and toned, the bow
el regulated, the appetite cultivated, the
nerve com posed and tne condition of the blood
Improved at one and the same time bv a sin
are medicine. Common sense tells us that
suck a preparation must be invaluable.
One "Homent !
Are vou suffering from any ailment? Hare
ou aiv sores about vou? Is your nervous
avstem shattered? Have you pain anywhere?
ifany or allot those troulies atnlict too. do
notdelav, procure Bristol's Plils and Sarsa
ifirtlla, in them yon will find sure and spee It
Junct: lit, wit
Chemeketa Lodge, No. 1, I 0. 0. F.
REGULAR meetings Wednestlav cvenbiim
of ea' h week, al 8 oVI:k p. m.. at ki. I
Fellows' Hal), corner Commercial anil Ferrr
streeti. All Brothers In good staiMltmr invit
ed Uiattemt. By order S.ti.
Wlllnmf t Eanunpoml 7(
2. 1.U.O. F. Moots on tbe
anil 4th. Tnesflay evenintrs of col-Ii
month at tMi Fellows Hall uivuer
Commercial ami Ferrr St reel n. All
sojourning ureinreuin ?ooi Miamiing aiv la
oy onier oi
apl 11 li U
U. A.R. Rawtell Pont, Xo.3,.A.K.
ineft Friday evenings of each week. All
Oomrales In (rood utiiiding Inviteil UiattcoL
fotlll Anotlier Keuinrkn ble (a rr.
Pan Fkajscmco, .;ot. lo, ln.
Ds A. M. Uikyia A Co For two rrI
was a 1111.-1 ed with Kheumalism, anil trieit iill
tlie known remenies, Ixit experieni eil wak
ing more lliau u teuiKirarv relief, the tit-wane
ulunvH returning. .Some mont lis rtm-e, 1 on
cliiile'l to take your I Uti efnl KeuicUy,
ami the lvsult was a sjieoily ani rermauut
cure, lite Klieuinatism iH'iiig t-nl livlv erwti-,-ti.il
from the system. Tlie I X K In ls.
a tonio of the very highest onler. It iiK-reus-e
the Uielite ami Invigorates tlie bo.lv. I
cheerfully hoar li'siitnonv toils gool e'tW-l
iiixni me, auU fuel sure that it will ilo all vtas
claim for It. Very truly vours.
J. W. TUIPP,
(Of Motiraw A Tri)ii, Att'ys-at-Lawl,
iiut Calil'orula streeL
TIO THE TAX-PAYERS OF THE CITY
ofSiilem. Notice Us hereby given tliat
Ihe assessment roll is in mv possession, and
that the taxes are due anil must be I and be
fore the Hrst day of June, 1x7'.!, tinder jienal
ly of live per cent, to be added thereto if not
paid iM'fore tliat date, at my otUce, in the of
lice uf Jones & Patterson. Opera House block.
J. W. FISHKK, City Marshal.
Salem, April lilh, l7i -Ul
OREGOX A CALIFORNIA RAILROAD
Companv, Land Dejantmeut, Portland.
Oregon, April 5, 1872. -Xotk:e is liereby given
that a vigorous prosecution will be instituted
ngaiust any and every person wlio tresise9
upon any Ittiiiroad Lanil, by cutting and re
moving timber therefrom before the same is
I'.iM'i.ilT of the Cominny AXP PAID FOB.
All vacant loid in otld'mtuibereil se.-Iknis
whether surveved or uiisiirveyeil, wit bin a
di-faiH-e of thirty miles from I lie hnw of the
road, lieluugs to the Companv.
I. K. MtXIREfs,
April 10 dlmiwtf. Laud Atrei.t.
IX the City orSatem, May 1st, 172, the rot
lowing ilescrilied horses, whk-.h will bo
sohl tn one moutti.iinless siioiier claimcL One
Iny mare, 14 hands high, three white feet and
white stripe iu the face. Also, one colt with
Ihe same marks.
J W. FISHER. Marshal.
rMUHS is to certify that I have this day sold
fa. alt mv iiilere-;t in the lVioiiUndery'at Ni-
lem to Mr. K. J. Waller.
All hills due the binderv jiavable to me.
Sulem, May 2."i:dlw ?
1 you desin rfsy cheeks anl a complexion
f:ur and free from Pimples and Blotches, pur
ify your blood by Ihe use of Pr. Pierce's i,ol
den" Medical Discovery. It has no equal for
.old Hill, OVUflll.
A poor sufferer who was last sinking undor
the welglit of acompli.-ation ofdlseases.wriles
to ti from (iold Hill, !atlnc how he had trie I
one medicine afer anotlier, without henetlf.
nntilhegot IIKISTOI.S PILLS and SAKSA-
PAlilLLA. three weeks u-e of which healed
hi sores and made him a well man. 02!)
New Shaving Saloon.
MM J lil FOUP HAS MOVED HIS shav
H. ing Saloon next door to Holliert's can
dT store, on Commercial street. He will lie
gUt to sHe all his old custianersand as inanv
new ones as may favor liiin with a call, at his
VYfrXfi niiin ilosircrt a iominnpnt t-i'n.i-fjn
ov iintvm,nt of any nrt whl'i
!i - film ai ht living. AVMI !enl lii-4
t ntplovfrs j"kMt nr Hki. Is'nnC nfral 1 n :
lie wtirk. Itest of n'ft'r'nt?-irivpii. A'Mre,
May'27:Hv SaK-m. Hrn.
k'luUMi C oiiiplexEoii!
Hon- many thoitsantU of there urn
whu lixik wail ami fa lei, while ret in early
life; toaMVn,-h let nn whi-era wont Yii
hare ia IUSIsTOLS SAKAIAIULLA the
mean of restorin,: your oolur, brijflitninjr
rour e cw. fweeteninc' yHir breadth, atxl irir
ixuz vmi ttrnuil general lie;iUh. ti7
SALEM BAG FACT0EY.
JUrillSE SEWING DONE TO ORDER.
(rain, Flour and Salt Sack
Always on hand.
ROPES OF ALL SIZES,
stottou Wrapping;, I'lnx h?m Injc,
Hemp Ball & Tw ine.
Sale Rooms, Chemeketa Hotel Builitlng.
L. CHKESBHOLUH A IU,
Kilcm. X-t. 7th. dlf
230 Acres Timber Land,
SUnntcd In Polk ciHinty. The most conven
U'tit point for .
lletween Chehalcm Xnuntains and JiiiKtton
r'ir iMrllciilar Inquire of A. I. Nicklln 01
Kov:il ltm., S-tteni. )fn.
March lith. dwlm
Cf JM M Kltfl A L STRKET. S.VLKM. OKfK)K,
Watclies, 'lncki, Jcwclrj',
SOLID SILVER AND PLATFD WARE.
Watcbra snil Jewelry Kopnlrvtl.
JEWELRY MADE TO ORDER.
rS3.l o'kW (iirn-tmnt of OOLl and
SILVKIt WATCirjUSeoiutimtln n hand.
All Goons and Work W a ukantlu.
HAVING 05tablishel a tlrst-.da.ss wa-h
house, on Summer street, I respectfullr
noliclt a share of niblicrntronare. Work done
In a satlsf iclorv manner. While shirts done
up at Gttstomafy prices. Familv wnshinfr 50
c.ts ier doz. when not ironeil. Hit ct per doa.
Salem, : : : Oregon.
rjpHISIS TO INFORM THE TRAVEL
ins: public that I have relltted and fur
nttlotl tills hnnscttiroiichout A'lthnew Fuml
ture, Bedsand lltMlHn. ynd to no haie
in .Snlem, and my Inliles will be stiinlied ivtth
thetxt the coiintrr affonls. Call and tiy
me. Free hack to the House.
WESLY GRAVES Prop. .
Cabbage Plants for Sale.
FIFTEEN varleth, early and late, at O.
I ilr Vinson's sarden, northwest corner of
Marion Square. They are not hot-bed plants,
but grown in the open air, hardy and fresh
from the ground, as wanted. Can be sent by
mail at SO cents per hundred.
Tbe NlnirPT Nrsrinsr Masrhine ntlll
IX 1871, sold over 44.000 more than any oth
er machine miinitthctured.
New styles, both for Family and Manulac
turlui; purposes, now for sale' at
A. N. tilLBEUT 00.S
ApriLdlm Boot and Shoe Store.
rjtHE Spiritualists of Oregon will hold their
I. Annual Grove meetins; near Wnodbtirn
Station, O. & O. It. R , 17 nn I us north of Sa
lem, commencing Moililay, June 17tli.and con
tinue durinn the week, fiooil speakers ami
Mwlnims eiuraired to he present. All are In
viteil to attend. By order of
MIem, June 4-tf
THE rroprtetors of this hotel take this
means of announcing to the public that
hereafter they will chars '
Beard, per week -"
Tables are Supplied with best the Mar
ThHr Rooms are Xlrely Fnrnbi3teI.
MILLINERY & DRESS-MAKERS.
MISS C. M. SCHWATKA
Has Just received one of the
Largest and Most Complete Stocks of
ever offered to the people of this vicinity. Hor
alocK ruts Deen seiecion wiin srreai care
and isso varied that It is impossible
to enumerate a hundredth
)ort thereof. Call ami
see for she has the
VERY LATEST SPRING STYLES.
and yon cannot fail to be pleased.
Ac, done to order.
IIAIU'WO It IC .
Hair woven Into Switches. Frinees, etc. etc
Work in these branches solicited and satis
faction iruaranteed. Hair ifcMisrht aud
REHOYF.ll. I havo removed mv exten
sive stock or goods to the large and commodi
ous storeroom two doors north of Postoflicc,
111 Starkey's block, where I will be pleased to
see all mv old customers.
aiii-2-.dlm C M. SCHWATKA.
Millinery and Dress Making
C'ORNEB 8TATK AKD LlBEUTY STREETS,
SHE takes pleasure In announcing to the
lathes of Salem and vicinttv that she l
still at the old stand, and has just received a
Large Stock of Millinery Goods
Which she will sell cheaper than any In
BONNETS AND HATS
OF THE VERT LATTST FASHIONS.
French Flowers of every Style.
Repairing, Altering A Bleach
ing done at Reasonable
She would be pleased to see her old custom
ers ana as mauv new onus as wouia uvor ner
with Iheir patronage.
Ladir-s of Salem and Vicinity.
MILLINERY AND FANCY
Salem, May 1st, 1872.
51 RS. E. W. 5IOXLEY
mirol'LI announce that site has just re-
w turned trom fan rrancisco, wiin
Utrm and e'rgant Stock ol lashioiuible Spring
to which she would respectfully invite their
attention, i tie ntock comprises
Lace Collars and
and General Trimming Gooils, In great varie
ty, iust lmuorttMlrom rans.
Mrs. Moxlev's superior taste In her demrt-
ment has now become universallv a.-knowt-
eil'd. and she Is conlident that a tinernni
more attractive Hfcvk ol Jlilltnerv Uooilslia
never lieen njieneil in the State. An etrly ex
aniination ox ner new invoice is soucite L
Tlillinery KHtabllNhmentt ration's.
Block, State Street, Salem.
X. B. -As Mrs. Moxley Is the only Milliner
In Salem who' goes to Siin Francisco to nr
chase herir'ils. she is confident she can offer
siiierior Inducements, both in vrirrg. quality
nnl Sliilr. Mks. E. W. MuILEY.
I IE V. S S n A K I !
MISSS. J. h MSS. G. W. LINDSEY
OFFEK THEIR SERVICES TO THE LA
dies of Silem, lH'Inir pnpanl to do
J)rt. M tklnx: in .ill Its branches.
llavinpr had t."i yenr exwr!ene tn thai bnl
npsi in tlie Eastern siaies. they will lie able to
warrant tliat wiirk will tie done iu ttie latest
style and the lx-4 manner.
CISoom over Terrell i. Gllling-hanTs
Store. I'afiMi's lilivk.
Salem, March 3. ltCMf
A New Sabbath School Book
An appropriate name for this neat.com
pli'leaiid plt-ashiar collection ot musical Kerns
rnboul l.Vt of theint. bv A. HI LL and H.
SACXDERS. Musk-., new, kkemi, bFiniT-
PRIii: S3 C'EXTN.
"Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles
Is the title of a favorite song by Wellman,
THE PILGRIM'S HARP.
I the name of a compact book of 210 pages,
which can he carried in the pocket, and yet
contains a very larpe proimrtion of the most
IHipular psalm tunes, siirimal smi-rs, Ac, Ac
t would beditncull locompilea moreconven
ieul hook for Tlie Ves; ry. The Trayer Meet
ing, or Social Singing Meetings.
By ASA IICLL. Price 60 cents.
"Kimsi.no at thkGakokn Gate."
Loes.ii. 40 cents.
Tht' riu-i-ul Treasure,
Continues to be a tireat Succesv Great vnrl
ety of the best Vo.al and Instrumental Music
Price In lids, tl 2(1; ('to. 3; Gilt t.
The above Books and Pieces sent postpaid
on receipt of retail price.
OLIVER DITSO.V A CO., Boston.
C. II. 1UTSON A CO., New York.
SALEM FLOURING MILLS.
Best Family Floor,
Baker's F.xtra, XXX,
mddliiigN, Bran and Sliorlo
t'OXSTAXTLY OX IIAXD.
CaT-IIIGHEST PRICE IX CASIIjJsa
PAID FOR WHEAT
AT ALL TIMES.
IL C. KIXXE1,
Nov. 23iltf Asent S. F. M. Co.
The Coming Chnrch Music
t To be Ready July I st.
! THE STANDARD,
' By L. O. Emeron, of BitoiH ami
H. R Palmer, or Chicago.
PC ICE, $1 50.
As the previous works of these prent lemon
have had very marked success In the Eat ami
West, the coming Umk cannot foil lobe I tic
Srorewor thk Skaon! specimen pages
sent free on application.
Managers of SABBATH SCHOOLS are lie-
coming more and more convinced that- the
ooantintl Mnglng book
(Price 30 cents paper, it cents Imnrds Is one
of the very best books.
Winner's) New School
Kor the Piano-forte, Cabinet Organ, Guitar,
Cornet, Violin, Fife, Accordeon, German Ac-coriii-ou.
Clarionet, flute, Kiaireolet, costing
hut 75 centx each, are just what nre needed for
cheap and attractive Instruction books.
Tnningjtoug, -THE GATES AJAR
The above Booits and Piece sent post-paid,
on receipt of retail price. "
OLIVER PITSOX, A CO., Boston.
C. H. Dttson A Co., Xew York.
mav-naf Lyon A Hcaly, Chicago.
T . II . HAAN
HAS OX HAND
LATE KTYLES JEWELRT
WATCHES AXD CLOCK
Tltepninng done, and salkdactloa guar
I'atton-a Rloek, State Street, Knlem.
PROF. A. L, FRANCIS.
Vow Is the best smoit of the year to (ret
vnnr Pianos or other musical Instruments
Mr. Francis guarantee " wora iur
fhitrsc for Tnnlnsr Ptisno, OO.
Leave orders with GUI A Steel.
Good references riven, where parties are
April to. an.
PETTI' JOII3T it IIAJIiXTO.
(Next to Stewarts Brick, Commercial St.)
Th best of Wines and Llunors. Cliokte
Sara and Tobaoou, always provkled for
Drop In occasionally.
Willamette Transportation Co.
KOM AND AFTER THIS DATE, UNTIL
' further notice.
The Steamer Fannie Patton
Will leave her dock, foot of SWtc St., every
WeflajesvJny snrt Haturday .Tioruhis;,
At 6 o'clock A. M. for Pontaiul, and will
noudny auU Tbarsdny
Of each week at 5 oVVvk P. M. for Cormllls
ami Intermediate p
CTTare at Re-ltwed Kates,
M. D. BIIXM, Asms.
Salem, Dec L
Stationary Engine. '
Jones A Patterson, oflVr for sale a Steam
Knirine, (new! 10 Inch hore.W Inch sfroke, f as
Iron Ued. feet liasz. Is Inches wVIe V lnchs
leep. Crank Shaft fi fret lone, 4 Inches In dl
tnniKT. Ita'ance Whttel. 5 fi-et 8 Inches in
Uiineicr. mid wel)dis l.CoS sounds.
I'rU-e 's"iO dellvensl h PortlawL
Salem. Oct. 24. dAW
KEEPS alwnvs on band tbe choicest of
Ikinors arof clears.
Just received a largw Invoice of tlie best
lVhiskiP?, Brandies, Wine, Elc.
tilve Joseph a call. MayLi'Taf
Peksoxs wisiirxi; to piuchase
chokw Cedar ami Yew Fence Posts this
spring at cheit prates, will pleawe leave thelr
ordersfor such with '
Post office Building, slem, Oregon,
Tlie undersigned ftereby give notice that
Ihey have trnnsCrreil the Gas Fitting business;
to Messrs. AXDEKSOX RHAWL, who
will promptly attend toall business In tliat
Orders left at our offce or .it their establish
ment will be attended to without delay.
SALEM GAS LIGHT CO.
Salem. Jan. 20, lSTi d
I. A TIP STOt Si and
LA-SIP PUTI BES
Of all kind, at L. S SCOTrS.
TERRELL & GILLINGHAM'S, .
JfST RlXTll-EDBT LAST STEAMEB,
Walking Cane Parasola
A.C., A.C.. k!fe., Ac.
A full and complete assortment of
Ladies' and Misaee? Underwear,
IIiJSlERY, GLOVEf, C. '
: On too Nrtts,
t lover arNl TimoUiy 4eesJ.
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES IN
At the Overliuid and City Market.
(.1 ROM and after this date, wn propose to
sV sellasgtKsl moats as the country will
afford, at the usual summer rates, viz': tt to
12 1-i cents per pound.
.SMITH A GRIFFITH,
. MONROE & STAIGER,
MonumcntSj Obelisks, Tombs, '
Head and Foot Stones,
EXECUTED IK .
And Branch Shop at Albany.
t'w Slate street Oiiiiostte
W"jis (.ill A Steel's.
Meitlsand Ilefreshmants at all honrs.
AprllriHm I- i eir.
.HAYES c 4JO.lIIU.VS,
CITY U It "V 31 io rs' .
VVOOn ALWAVN OIHAXD. Straw
ww for tilling ticks delivered to any purl of
tlie cit v at reasonable rnle
tAll onlors hIiooH lie left at John Hoyl s
SALEM IRON WORKS.
B. F. DRAKE, Proprietor.
Steam Engines, Haw Min. Grtst Mills. Rea
era, Pumps, and all klnls of styles of machine
ry made to order. Machinery repaired at a
short notice. Pattern anktng done In all Its
vartor forms, and all kmds of Brass and Iron
Castings furnished at short notlue.
L. 8. SCOTT
Dealer .in Family Groceries.
Mate fctrret, Statrsn,
Keeps at all limes a rompWe stock ol
Co4Tse, Rle, Nftjrar,
Tews, rtrkles), FVwIta,
rtnki, Jfnrfcerel, Baessa?
Fkxtr, Vmrm Neaa, T, rr.
nwi seal BTestta,
Wssle aad Wsaasnairs,
Batter, En aad CVIeaeaa,
Aad everything else usually kept la a
ntnT-ciJUM pkovisiox htoke.
I have also a large assortment of
Jan. 2h. 1H72. fUw
I.. N. MXITT.