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famouK vi-getahle restorative.
TO 1HE UTTFOKTUNATE.
EWREME0S! NEW REMEDIES ! !
Dr. Gibbons' Dispensary,
23 KKARXET PT,
Corner Ckmmieritial, fian
i'rand, private en
trirwe mi Commensal, e-
lahlishdiin inlt.'4.or tbc
treatment of Sexual and
'Seminal la.seases, suA
4ionorrlw, IrloeL, Strii'
lure. S-)hilis in all It
forms, Silnal Weakness,'
JmoieD-y, etc Man Hi
san. lot' years standina.
ind V Icerated iegs success i'uliv treaieti.
1)11. (ilftBONtS lias the pleasure ofaniioun.v
:lnz that he lias returned fnaa visitliig Uio
principal hv)iiiaUj of Lurope, and has ru
The lioctor has ?ared nei:her time nor
fmoncy in seeking ont new remilief, ami has
returned with tiicrus-rd facilities lor tiicallo
vUlUou of lunnan suOerl g.
Skauiual emissions In the consequent of sell
aliuse. This sohBtrv vice, nrdejuaved si-xtial
indnhtetaw. Is practiid by the yottthof both
.ees toanamrast iitilimilel extent, prmltu-ing
villi nnerringcurtuinty, the foUonlugraorlikl ;
Ayinitom, unbji cimliated with ts-ientitic
medical trcatrnent, viz : Sallow rounU'iBikV!,
iark spots amlct tbe ee, tain in the lie d.
ringing In tlic ears, niu like the rnstlingol'
leaves anil rattling of clartrx.t, ormtsiiMW
nlioiu the UiiiKi, oonfuwd vlslrsi, blunted in
tellect. kvHH 04" ,na(ioniie, diadenre in ap-jiroa,-liimr
sCnnr.TH, a dislike to form new
a.-qtiaiiiaucen. a 'lispositinn to shun stKety,
hncii,: lusbesaudvart'mserntionsa1ioHt Hie
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umpion, night sweats, taononainia and f re
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Fi Itl (leoillw ly
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male, in everything concerning til 2 puytdnhary
and relations tt our sexual system, and die
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glutting all the new iliscovesleA never before
given in the Entrll langiHae, bv Wat.
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,toht tieaUh. and posslbfy yew fife. llr.
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descrnied in Ms publications bv mail or at tale
ttlce, No. jsrwc. atreat, above fourth,
rhllabelMa. '-. Jail
TERSOXS WlSHIVtJ TO rtJRCHASK
X ihotce Cedar and Yew Fence Posts Una
cpring at cheap rate, . will p lease leave tkoir
Port offl Bnildins, Salem, Oregon.
Flrturv utlv.1?. dawtf . .
Ttaa Klnger Kewtn XarhUia atill
y S. 'Tlaln',
Tl X IS7I, ioW aver it. 800 ni ore than anroth-
r maculae manuiauturen.
New Ktyle. Ivilh for family .ann Mannfac
tnriur iiurpoea, now for le at
A. X. GILUKKT A Crt.H
A7r :i:'llm Bout ami Shoe Sture.
VOL. 21. NO. 43.
Enough l now known to enable n
to Ktittc pretisuljr Uie political charac
ter of the next Lislatare :
Senate O Webster of Coos ; J F
Watson of Douglas ; Richard Crystal
of Polk ; Saml Brown amIJ II Moores
of Marion ; David Powell and J X
Dolph of Mnltnomab, W W Bristow
of Lane ; Sam Hanna of Union ; tT K
Coroeliua of Waslilngton ; J W Coles
of Yamhill 11.
Bouse Jackson, X Langell and
E F Walker ; Coos and Curry, 3
Riley ; Douglas, D Busbey, J F Coop
er, and George EidJle ;Lane, N Map-
tin, C. W. Washburn, and A. S.
Powers; Benton, Ben Simpson Ja&
G ingles; Polk, J. C.Allen; Marion,
Rufus MalJory, T McF Patton, Wm;
Darst, Jos. Eagle, John Downing;
Yamhill, A B Burbank and T R U;tr
rison; Multnomah, J F Caples. !Sol
Ilirsch, B Congle, J D Biles ; W.tsh
Ington, Geo II Collier and Thos. Stott ;
Clatsop, John West ; Clatsop, Colum
bia and Tillamook, Sam'l Corwiu;
Graut, C X. Thornbury, Sam'l Jolin
son ; Qackatuas, N. X Matlock, L T
Barrio mid John D Crawford 32.
Total Republicans on joint ballot, 4:5.
Sesate Jaekson, J D. Fay ; Jose
phine, E X Tolen ; Lane, A W Pat
terson ; Linn, X Uonlt, R II Craw
ford; Clackamas, John Myers; Was
co, Monroe ; Grant J. W. Bald
win ; Baker, A H Brown ; Umatilla,
Thos. Lewellen; Benton, R S Stra
House Total ot 17 members ; to
tal, on joint ballott 2$.
The above calculation gives a l)em-
oeratic Isenator to Benton cotmtv.
elect from tliis county will u.se an Hon
orable endeavor-i to effect that result ;
and we lelieve they will be supported
by the Republican majority in both
houses. H'e have taken some patna to
asoettalu the views of many of the
members elect on thii question, and
we can say that we find a pretty gen
eral concurrence in the proposition
that the seat of Government question,
having been once settled, should not be
rcoiieocJ; and that it Lj time the State
began to provitle itself with "public
It was cliarged by the Democnicy,
prior to the late election, that it was
tue design of Mr. Holla uay and the
Multnomah ' Republicans to lay the
foundation for a removal of the Seat of
Government to Portland or East Port
land. We denied the charge on the
best of authority the authority of Ben
Uolladay and tlie Multnomah Repub
licans. We understand, no'V as then,
that they are in favor of commencing
the Capitol at Salem at once. So far
as we know, the Republican members
elect from other counties iavor the
proposition to make a liberal appro
priation, at tlie next session. We
deem it not rash to predict that such
appropriation will be made and that
the Legislative Assembly of IS74 will
hold its session in a building built and
owned by tlie State. There are nu
merous reasons, beside any local in
terest, why immediate attention should
be given to this matter reasons which
the Republican majority cannot fail to
recognize and act upon ; reasons affect
ing the weal of the Republican party,
and the general interests of the .State.
In advance, we feel . authorized to
pledge the next Legislature in favor of
an appropriation tor a State house.
At the late election tlie Republicans
carried tlie .State by nearly one thou
sand majority ; and this against the
Democracy backed in some localities
by a considerable number of Republi
cans, who voted for coalition tickets
for various reasons of a local character.
Next Jail, at tlie Presidential election,
very nearly all such Republicans will
vote with their party for Grant and
Wilson. We do not now know of any
Republican who liolted the regular
ticket or who. failetl to vote any. but
intends to supjiort t!ie regnlnr Presi
dential nominee. We do not see any
room, therefore, for doubt that Grant
will carry the State by at least twelve
or fifteen hundred majority. The
prospect is gloomy for tlie Democracy,
truly ; but their party is in tlie throes
of dissolution, anyway, and tlie event
will serve to render the great Ilemo
cratic funeral of 1872, in respect of
gloom, a brilliant success. The only
thing we can ofler the Democracy, un
der the circumstances, is crape.
The Jacksonville Times, Democrat
ic, puts op tlie following ticket : " For
President, Geo. H. Pendleton, of Ohio ;
for Vice President, Ex-Senator Buck
alew, of Peunsj lvaiiht, on a Bedrock
Democratic platlorm." After awhile,
we shall probaoly see tlie Times pall (
down that flag and raise this : " For
President, Horace Greeley, the High
Protectionist, of Xew York; for Vice
President, M. Gratz Brown, tlie Free
Trader, ot Missouri, on tlie platform
of Anything to beat Grant.1 " How
stable and faamutable are Democratic
principles, to besure !
One of the best caricatures of the
campaign is one which apjiears in
Pomeroy's Democrat of May 25th. It
is a picture with the title, 'Tlie Whole
Hog a la Cincinnati','- representing
Horace Greeley, Boss Tweed, Connol
ly and Carl Schurz as pall bearers, car
rying between them a coffin, labelled
"Democracy." It preseuts the Demo
cratic situation precisely and graphic
ally, in ease Horaee slioukl get away
with the Baltimore Convention.
According to the Toledo Blade, there
is not a Republican newspaper hi Ohio
opposed to tlie re-nomination of Presi
dent Grant. There are about one hun
dred of them in the State.
THE ItOynXATIOS OF W1XAOS.
I We are just beginning to mcelre the
Eastern paper published the aaoculne
after the nominktiooa at Philadelphia.
We find in aaaay of them 0m opinion
expressed that tfce nooiiaatkm of Hen
ry Wkson strengthen the tieket; and
we frequently eet with expreaaions
like this, from ttv N.Y. Tiavea : "Mr.
Wilson owes Ma nomination. In great
measure to "his own hard eervioes and
high character, but must also thank
Snranter for some share in bringing it
about. The delegates were determined
to express their opinion of the shame
ful slanders Sumner poured oat against
tlie President, by giving his fellow
Senator & plaoe on the ticket."
The ST. Y. Herald says "the nomina
tion of Grant was a foregone conclu
sion, and that he was not only the
strongest, but the only available Re
publican candidate, ami that Wilson
was substituted for Colfax on the
grotiud of expediency ; that nothing
but an "opposition coalition, the Dem
ocrats included, will suffice to make an
impression against Grant and Wilson,
and the only available basis for such a
coalition is an independent ticket, not
of tl etock of the. Liberal ticket of
Grfyiley and Brown.''
TJie Tribune thinks, orratlier, hopes,
the nomination ot Wilson will lose the
Republicans tlie States of Indiana and
Pennsylvania. The X. Y. Sun also
thinks Grant will lose Indiana.
The general tone of the Republican
press is, however, exultant and confi
dent. It is claimed that the masses of
tlie people are more thoroughly and uni
versally for Grant than ever before.
The nomiuatmrrs-have been received
with enthusiasm every where, Grant's
as x matter of course, and Wilson's
with entire satisfaction ; and the Re
puUicaii party, with an unbroken
front, has already begun its march to
a glorious victorv in November.
THE KEPI KMC AX PLATFORM.
It is rare that political platforms
have no nonse in them. Tlie National
Republican platform lias far less than
the average, of that element in it. In
tlie main, it deals with farts and prin
ciples in a straight forward, strong ami
inauly way that cannot fail to have a
magnetic effect upon the public mind.
Its recital of the record and achieve
ments of the Republican party might
tie taken as a model of comprehensive
ness. Oiie ot its most clearly defined
characteristics is adherence to principle
and right nothing is put upon the
ground of policy ; but every declara
tion is planted uinm the unassailable
fmtndatiftn of right as recognized by
good men everywhere, and principles
that have been proved in practice to be
correct There is no shuffling at any
poiut ; no dodging of any question or
issue, xhd no iiidetiniteness iu any dec
laration. Unlike the Cincinnati plat
form, it leaves no room for political
mountebanking and juggling; it is a
certain chart lor every Republican
whether he live In New York, Missou
ri, Florida, Oregon, or elsewbere. Un-
i like the utterances of the Democracy,
it is positive, certain ami clear ; it pre
j seuts no evidence of policy-hunting,
j On this plattorm, the face of the Re
j publican party is set squarely- in a cer
! tain direction ; there is but one route
of march, and the party, with Grant
at its head, is to "fight it out on this
line,-" whether the enemy march or
eountprmarcn or go into camp. With
sYith a positive code of tried and ap
proved principles, and a standard-bearer
whose record stand among the
proudest and bet of the whole country
from the time of Washington, the Re
pbbficau party enters the contest with
the vigor inspired by a victory alrcady
The German correspondent ot the
London Guardian says a curious phe
nomenon is to lie seen In the north
west and east of Prussia. An- emi
grant mania is in full progress. In
SeJileswig-Holstein it assumes extra
ordinary dimensions; whole .villages
are being emptied and people are sell
ing houses and lands at ruinous rates.
There is a wholesale exodus. Emi
grant agents are busy shipping offthe
people, the greater and superior part
to America, and the lesser part to
Queensland. Another correspondent
writes : "A village with good land in
ray district has only three families left
in it, and they go in a week or two."
This mania is last spreading the Poeu
and East Prussia. Hundreds camp
out at the railway stations waiting
for the trains to convey them away.
The Herald, a vilely abusive and in
cendiary sheet, having been excluded
from the privileges that all decent
newspapers have on the railroad car
riage by private courtesy in advance
of tlie mails has declared its purpose
to ruin Ben Holladay financially.
There was once a toad that tried to
swell to the size of an ox. The expe
riment was disastrous to the toad.
The Philadelphia Prc?s says of our
Presidential candidate : "Grant is the
strongest American with the American
people this day living. We believe a
dozen Cincinnati Conventions cannot
defeat him. He is founded on the rock
of principles defended and saved, and
The prospect now is that the bed
rock Soap-Creekers and Long Toiuers
will be called upon this year to give up
their quadrennial custom of voting for
Andrew Jackson, and to whoop vigor
ously and vote early lor a mau who for
a life time lias traduced " Old Hick
ory." Tlie imported Pike who edits the
Herald seems to have an idea he can
break down tlie railroad enterprises
now in progress in this State. He
spreads his little venom all over his
editorial page, daily, since the election.
It looks decidedly as if '-Bro. Ike" has
black mail intentions.
A Republican friend suggests that
inasmuch as Grover is politically dead,
we ought to forego xiiy further com
ments relating to him. We itave only
to remind our friend that it is custom
ary to make a few final and appropri
ate remarks over the corpse, after it is
decently laid out. That's all we are
at. " "
The New York World, having had
a quarrel with a Brooklyn paper, has
begun an expose of the 'ring-frauds iu
tlie last-named city for tlie purpose ot
Implicating its enemy in them. Tlie
disclosures, as the reporters would say
are rich. The World's action is com
mendable, but its motive is base.
; KXEtTI BETim .-" -VOVOLAS-rfimaKU
Toe official vote of Dongbw enunty
is avs follows : Wilson, tttl-i ; Burnett,
8G0. Claanoweth, 892 ,- - Fitch, 803
it publican Senators Wataoo, 883 ;
Webster. 369. Dem. Senators Fitt-
"tagh, 752; Hill, '784. Repahllean
liepresentatives Riddle, 832; Coop-
ra, ojo , zHtnuey, tx,-. ani. w?pre
fwntatives Barker, 787 : Drain, 755;
Hill, 731. Wright (Rep.), Sheriff, 6
majority ; Williams (Rep.), Clerk, 84
majority; Livingsson (Rep.). Treas
urer, 90 majority. The whole Repub- f
lican ticket is elected. The smallest
majority. Brigs. " Suireyor, is 10V,
.' : Jackson. ; ' '; ;
Tlie Republican Representatives
elected in Jackson comity are X. Lao-
gell and E. F. Walker. The majori
ties for these and the Republican couu- -ty
ticket range from forty to one hun
dred and twenty.
vstos couvrr official.
Wilson, 403; Bnroett, 611. State
Senator Hanna, (R.l 307; Hetider-..
fhott, (D.) 379. Representative
N'orville, (R.) 334 ; Andrews. (D.) 501.
Joint Representatives White, (R. '
316 ; Wright, (D.) 4SH.
III KOI OF
TlIK IMIED UKETH-
Annual t'onferenee .Tletinic-SjMiMcw-ihciiM
oi Ktiuiatera -Ui-aulutiuns.
TuitNEK., UiiN-, June 12, 1;S72.
Ei. Statesman : Tlie Annu-il Con
ference of the United Brethren has just
closed its 10th session which was a
very pleasant one, Bishop Dickson pre
siding. Rev. Kleckinger, late ot the
African mission, was iu attendance. .
Notwithstanding there were some
three or four transfers granted to some
of our ablest ministers toCaliornia and
the Cascade Conference the works in.
tliis District will be nearly all supplied,
it the Elder does bistltity. At present
tlie Willamette District is supplied a
tollows: A. Burnett, P. Philo
math Circuit," Win. H. Palmer; Cala
ponia, 51. M. Crow ; Marion Mis., J.
i r. 51oher ; Clackamas Circuit, J. S.
O-ihorne ; Yamhill, to be supplied;
Tualatin, to be supplied; Columbia,
to be supplied.
Among other things the subjoined,
resolutions were adopted.
J. C. C A WOOD.
JlKl-OItT FROM COMMITTEE ON E1HC.V
TIOX. We esteem Ignorance the parent ot
crime anil tlie foe ot all trno progress.
Christaiuity has no more powerful
ally than Education ; for by expand
ing the mind mid elevating the
thoughts, it prepares the soul to em
brace the sublime truths of our lioly
religion ; therefore.
lirxulewl, 1. That we consider it the
duty of all our ministers to give hearty
sympathy to every project which has
for its aim the ady;iticeiiietit of Educa
tion. 2. In view of the great responsibil
ity resting upon the minister f Christ's
spel, we will use our endeavors to
persuade young men. who contemplate
Mitering the ministry, to spare no
pains to prepare themselves tlnrough
ly before entering that high calling.
" 3. That we esteem i the duty of all
citizens, and especially ot "lie ministry,
to endeavor to create anil loster. in Ihe
minds of tlie rising generation, a de
sire for a lilmriii Education.
4. That, since in Philomath Col
lege we find an institution which
meets the wants of our church on this
ciiast. we will endeavor to create a
strong sympathy for tliat College
among our own people, and get them
to feel that, it is thrir College, to which
they should end their money and their
children and that we pledge ourselves
to ue earnest exertion to extend the
reputation of our College, and urge
young men and women to attend it.
The following resolution was also
liwnlwl. That in Trof. .1. A. Bid
tile and lady we have ju-t the persons
nt-eded to take the lead in Philomath
I'ollege. and if we, as nictnliers of tlie
Oregon Conference, will do our dutv
to make t vi Jrst--tmx tollrij. as well
a they do theirs, it wiil be accom
plished at no distant day.
A Heavy Weight Goxe. The
Washington Chronicle records this
case of the death of the heaviest wo
man of whom we have auv recollec
A colored woman, probably the
largest ami heaviest person of her sex
iu the world, died in St. Intis a few
days ago at the age of titty-one years.
She weighed between nine lumdred
and one thousand pounds. Her di
mensions were live feet ten inches iu
bight, twenty-eight iitclws across the
shoulders, and thirty-seven inches
across the Inps. llcr arms were
thirty indies in circumference.
When she had been arrayed in
burial vestments, it was found
impossible tor seven men to lilt her.
Finally the box was tilted on one side
and she was rolled iu while the priest
chanted the service of the tlead. She
wtis then placed iu a large wagon,
w hich proceeded slowly to the ceme
tery. The wagon was backed tip to
the grave, ami eight men and six roll
ers combined their exertions to lower
her into her narrow bed.
ORAI lAHHil. CMMvIk TKMPJ.AK.S.
Fiiianrinl ondil Ion MtatiHUca of the
Order in Hie St:le.
Tbe following facts are shown by
the Grand Treasurer's report :
Kkceiits Per W. B. Carter, '21) ;
for dues. ss2.11(.8.");vlbr supplies. W72.
10; total revived and paid toUrand
Ixlge. J. (107.05.
1 Usui kskviest.s ''''dries, $2,122.
37 ; balance in hand alter pitying all
order drawn. S2'.).18.
Assets .-itsh in himd. j29.18 ; st-p-plies
per inventory, f 402 ; due tor
IOtlges, $1.'15) ; tine for personal
itccouilt1. 114; otlice prox:rty for in
ventory. SrjO.j.42 ; total. J2.10il.00.
Liabilities Amount due Lodges,
Statistics The following items of
interest relating to the Order are taken
from tlie (J. W. .Secretary's report :
Number of Lodges reported last year.
SO ; number of Lodges organized". Hi ;
number of Lodges ceased working. 15;
present numlier, 81 : initiated, 1,471 ;
admitted by card, 153 ; reinstated, 81;
total memliership. 1,61)5; cards grant
ed, 240; resigned, 22; susjieiidet 1,462;
expelled, 120; deaths, 7; total. 1,112.
increase as per Lodge reports. ; to
tal membership. April 'M, 172, with
30 Lodge to hear from, 2,313 ; esti
mated membership. 3,318.
Ireland's Dkitjpclatiox. A cor
resKiident of the Ikiston Pilot, writ
ing from Cork, says tliat the depopula
tion of Ireland is going on Gutter t han
ever. He estimates the weekly efflux
at four thousand the very best of tlie
people. From one jiort alone over two
thousand depart every week. Whole
hamlets are left to the old and poor ;
anil agriculturrl laborers are not to lie
had at any wages. The large towns.sneh
a Limerick are fast goui: to decay.
The correspondent is of the opinion
that some strong efforts should be made
by tlie United States to discourage this
outflow; ami that theeinigrauts might
do quite as well or ev;n better by re
maining at home. Farm laborcs e
pccialiy sire in the. greatest demand.
It K however, useless to dLcnss this
matter. It mnt regulate itself, and if
anything were done, it would probably
be a blunder, and falling of its purpose
work only mischief. Afterall, the loss
of Ireland in population is the gain of
this country, ''particularly where the
emigrants are of tlie agricultural class.
Ci.osa op School. Miss Linio Boise
has just clu.-'vl the second term of her Se
lect School, nd yesterday gave bcr schol
ars, totne tLii'v i,i number, a picnic excur
sion iu the gr -v. bc;nd Turner's Station.
They bad a g n time generally.
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From Daily of Wednesday Jn. 12.
STATE XEWS. .'
Jackonrille is preparing to celebrate the
itfe or July.
' Wm. Bar, of Jaekson county, liaa a colt tiro
mmlaa aid that weigh SKI peuuds.
Tbe La ftraatt Sentinel report an excellent
jroapeot tat eeieatervua lui nton couaty.
Hi track af tbe Oregon California Bail
roaU at laid to Santa's Uill,evtta mi lea tlila
aMe orOakauid. ;
Tbe body of Feter Roberts, drowned near
Uiiwancia, Jvne M, was foaod yeatenlay.
A man naaaed J. C Wilson died aadilenlv
on board tbe tteaarer Ajas. buuday murutng.
Tbe menfaHrt of Baker Coat, Grand Array'
of liie Uepublic, Portland, hare voted to tura
out oa tbe ltd of Jaty. .'
Jamea B. Sew try. eon o W. T. Knrby of
XaainiU uousty. died at Pnrtiaad. Momlay, of
mail pox. Tbe Oregonian say tbere are
imw no 4NM iif HMkAll UK in thfl . i I V
1 V. 8. Hart, eonvksted in tbe C. 8. District
.vrt, of fraud, M aeattmced veaterdav to
atx months in tlie JTeoiteatlary, tias motioa for
a new trial bavins liuen deuiea. -
Mr. E. Uager, Ticket Agent of Ike O. A C
. R.. I bow ready to aell through tlcketa te
all parta at the ITnUetl fetatee, either via
via steamer to baa t ranclaco, or ororlaad via
Yreka and SacraowDto.
The DeasooraUi Ctaea, JaekaonvUla, save
Tbe Oregon and Caliioroai Stage Couinaay
enable at Gottotra-Md. Shasta ooumv, iJaiitor
nia, wa burned to tbe ground laat ounoay, In
wbicb twelve boraee and itarneas were eoo
anuned. toget her with a laive amont of bar
and grain. Lew a, not laaneil bat heavy.
Front Dailjf of TjtHrifilay June 13.
The Indian saUoe! 'aft jrand Jloade baa
ta euiy-Beveu pnufih. . -
i The eacli crop uf Wasro i s remrtil an cn-
J tire l'uiiiire, all do accouut t( Uriwl.
5 i'niii- iusinc j.vttj.'iite hare !k!imi a diled to tha
!.u;c Aovliuu viiuuu die laM wvk.
Anna Mehlleis to have a complimentary
benettt at Portland Friday evening.
The Grand jury of tlic U.S. UlMrW-t Court
i has i uiiicleil A. J. .Miws for forgery, and U.
j . llittlur for adultery.
t East Portland Remiblicaaa are going to run
j . clear jiariy Licia-t at Lhe municipal election,
j June li til.
!Ziie people of Huliuardaiid vU-Juity. Mari
on comity, are jirejarlnp inr a gnuiil punlc
celebration of Uui 4tn of July. Tiiey are go
i lug iu Ibr an old-lasuioued ruuwr.
Eity thonuim dollars worth of real estate
chanKOil hnniia at i'orl laoiil, Monday and
i CaL W. W. t'bapnian ban isftied a pm.-t-j
nsinr a new railroatl journal, to liecallel
A 'The Through Uiie." It will be devoted to
the interests of the fortlaud, Dalles & bait
Fr'tm Vaily of Friday June It.
Iieatvu county court house is to have a new
Mr. TXi. Mulkey, late of the Benton Demo
I cral. is aliortly going to Pern, for -health.
I A iMirretpondrntat Albany positively de
I nis the report that there is una II pox at tliat
t 'orvalba people are taking steps to procure
Jlaytnr lins comniencel In the l"iniona val
I ley. The hay and grain crop will both be
I llpl'.t, itK-oneeiiuence of dry weather.
1 The PUamer Cahfnrnia rencheil Hortliind
Wclnesiaiy afternoon, after a stormy iiasMige
-oi' nine days from !Sau Krau,-idc4i.
Judge John W. ;rim is to bo President of
, tlie utvai. tliellutSMrn 4tli ot July celeltra
1 t.lou. The Aurora band ha.i been eng:u;e(l lor
Mr. McEellar ha arrived In Oregon with
t-n enty Inir.k of Him Eincolnhire breed, from
Jii'w VuziK; direct.
The O. A C. Itailroad track Is expected to
lie rwKpletcd to Oakland, Saturday, l"nh inst.
Jobn CLSaxe, Jr., a son of the celebrated
yoet anil wit, is coming to Oregon.
rtai. Unfit Saxton has returned from the
Etixt and has aipiin assume i the ditles of
3iei vtiartermuiiier oi the iiepartmentol the
Ea.-o.era Ovecn Is man hlne on : the town
f 'ore tiart jtot a kicior, and Ea Grand has
Xt a bix band.
- Til TERRITORIES.
Tle ripnrilr of Stcilacooni will ucl.'brain 11m
Wm. Rtitledffcfr., a pioneer of 1S.V, died nt
Blacit river W. T. June 1st.
Tlie Olympln Iaml Offioc disposed of 1:1,
841 acres of land dm lng May.
Ann named Jlotand was found la Satur
day lying dead iu his field near Vancouver.
A aian named John KieiNchuer ilitsl sutl-dt-nly
ut Vancouver last t?tiniL-iv eve::iug.
A destructive Are occurred at Walla Walla
Tuewtiy, 11th lust. Loss of property, ll'i,0tto.
The I'laho tmiiers report the Unite river as
veiy aiirh and doing a pi-oat deal ol tlaiuae.
J. liounskr. a Boise City tailor, lias alwcon
deil, leaving Ids creibtors to tret his alwence.
Aa industrial e.xliililtlnn U to lie he'd at
Olvmpia. cmmen.-ii(; (K-tolier 9th, and will
contliiae for fonr tlas.
Mr. J:imes Iewer lm arrlvel at Wallula
with a hit of bkioded slieeis Imported from
Fat-wood hadamraol ltole river in some
places and cati.-dl tlie overtlow of a iitinila r
Tl miners In and near Pierce Citv h.ive
snffened froinently this pring, from "sluice"
Tlie I.ewi.iton Sifmal says thefn.ifcc and
t'lcarwn I er rivers were rising mpidlv .Itine
1st, ami it ireilU;ts as high it liter as iti IHtii.
thnron lUmHir. formerly nf Salem. i the
IteptHillcan candhlate for Joint-Councilman
Iu tlie Klika.-a iilstrlct, W. T.
W. 11. Sim-lair, Iniiectorof CnstoniawiOl
known citizen d Wa-liiiiKton Terrliory, diwl
on Whiilby's inland la-4 Wolnesday.
Tlie read from Yakima vallev to Iopet
Sntinills p"eatly olitrncteil by fallen trees,
ami is now impassable for tintmcii.
The Bonn! of Indian Connnls.-iomTS have
api9.B&M Messrs. UiimeUniid Stewart to vh--It
this summer Montana ami the upeer .Mi--sonrl
Act'iK-y and the Shoshone and liiinuack
Reservations. They will arrange for a coun
cil wiub the war-like Nmii.
Hoar Artt uim Mnrtl
"Gris" of tlu; Cincinnati Times,
tells tlw following: hen, in 18113,
Ward conceived tht; idea of making a
k.vtnre tour through California an
undertaking in those'days he engaged
tlie writer to aoconiiany him as agent,
oU'er.'tng a salary that made the insig
titiicant ay to ;i CleveUiud local blush
with shame. Xot knowing that leo
hm'rs, and espi;cialljr humorists, have
a way of engaging even' man as agent
who has a desire to travel, I made all
preparations to go. resigned my sit
uation, and anxiously awaited my
As 1 wtiited, variom articles of fur
niture were sold to pay expenses. I
ate up my stove, I remember, and
think 1 drank up my bureau. Anil
when nearly everything had gone, I
learned tliat Ward had gone, too. tak
ing another agent. I was naturally
incensed, and resolved there would be
a severe settlement tlie next time we
met. I rehearsed the anticipated sim
rrecjueutly. and resolved just how I
would go to work to ami ihtlate hi tn.
Our meeting was in Xew York, In
JuiylSG4. I had beard of his return
from California, and was prepared to
empty the vials of my wrath upon hi3
head. We accidentally ran against
each other ou Broadway. My slutn
lieritig Indignation flamed up at once.
I tliought of the cook stove 1 had de
voured, and the various articles of my
furniture drank up and was about to
go for him, when Ward suddenly
ruslied forward and grasped me by the
hand, exclaiming : Why, Gris, how
are you? When did you get liack
from California ?"
As I looked. at him 8)eechless with
amazement, he continued : "They told
me you came home round the horn,
but I never knew you to go round a
born yet join me !
Now Ward had a very persuasive
way of locking his arm iu another's,
and in a momentary lit of weakness I
I Went !
" Ward,'" said I, sternly. "I owe
you a licking on account of that Cali
fornia agency business, but will put P,
off until we drink."
Put it off as long as you are a
mind to," replied Ward, iu a tone of
generous accommodation, as though 1
was speaking about returning him a
loan. "If you owe me a licking give
it to me when you get ready. 1 in iu
no hurry. Don't care if vou never pay
Numerous were the unavailing ef
forts that I made to brings Ward to set
tlement. When I would commence :
"Now Artemus. about tliat California
business "be would interrupt. "Oh,
never mind that whipping. Xo hurry
at all. Send it to me through the
mail or telegraph it."
The Chicago Post informs Mr. Gree
ley that the eyes ot every merino
slieep in America are on him, and that
everv pig ot iron in our factories calls
to htm in a metallic squeak to stand
linn to his principles and do justice,
though the tariff fall.
: JMvBTII PAllt'IC KAIUIOAO. :
t ' r : . . - i - " . ;
Tlie land- grant,- snys the- Helena
UentkL. am indicated by tha .route
markoit on tlw map furnlslied to the
Land CM lice here, extends to and be
yond nearly all the principal towns in
tlie Territory, including Helena,- Boae
nuiii, Virgiiiia City, iJeer Lodge, Mis
sonlit, Argent, Gallatin City, Kalers
btug, JeQerson City, Boulder, Slieri
dan, Sllvt Star, etc. 1 The land limit
extend tlx m lies east of Helena. ' Ac
cording to tint ntep. tbe road enter
the Territory at or near the 'intersec
tiou ot tlie 47 th parallel of latitude with
tlie eastern bouuiktry ot the Territory,
thence aoutb-easteily, following the
Yellowatone river to the Bozeui:ut .
divide, over, which it passes ; tbeuce
north ot Bozeiuan City nine miles, and
Hamilton four miles ; thence dowu the
GaU atiu, tToaeing tbe ALtdison river ,
near or at Gallatin City; thence up '
the JeSenon river to the Big Hole,
and following that stnearu tor a abort
distance: thence through tbe Ix-er
Lodge Paw; thence down tbe Deer
Lodge UeUgate and Missoula rivers,
leaving MJsaoola Ave - or aia miles
aouUiwest ; thence aoutlMveteriy, leav- .
lng Uie Territory 00 tba north Hide of
Clark's Fork of tbe Colombia, aboat
13 of 15 miles north ot the intersec
tion of tlie 48th parallel of latitude
with the boundary of the Territory.
i ' " 1 ' - '
The Washington correipt anient of
tlie Springfield (Mass.) jiepniiliciti
writ es under date of May iltl as fol
lowing : t
Friends of Mr. Greeley in Waslilng
ton. who profess to know his plans
and purposes, assert with jiositiveiiess
that, he still adheres to his famous ed
itorial published ,ln the Tribune before
tlie meeting ot the Cincinnati. Conven
tion, in winch lie pledged the support
of tlie Tribune to the nominee of tlie
Philadelphia Convention iu case tin:
Democratic Convention should make a
straight Iciuocniiic nomination. They
assert that he lias never hesitated n
moment in his purpose to withdraw
bis name in case tlie liemocrats refuse
to take him up.
It is announced that Senator Schurz
will sail for Eurojie, iu a short time to
lie absent several months. "Horace
Greeley's nomitiatton," said he to the
Missouri delegation at Cincinnati,
would be a burlesque, and his elec
tion a catastrophe.' He flees jrom
a ghost of bis own niLsing.
U. S. CRAfST-
i'or Vice President,
A. II. 3ietriH.iii, of Umatilla County.
VV. II. Hare, of Washington County.
Jas. F. fciKlc , of Douglas County.
gex. oitAvr's piaxcin.ES :
"I would Kiun up the policy nf the Adminis
tration to be a thorough (mforvemttit of every
luir ; a faithful colle,:tiou of the lax provhle l
l-r; ec4mrtny in the diburcnicnt of the
.sarar, und a proniS. iaynn-nt of the debt of
the nation ; a reduction iif taxes a- rapidly as
tlie rtHiiiremenls of tbe country will admit ;
reouollou of taxation and turutto besoar
rancel a-i to aflonl the greate-- relief to the
greatest numlier; honest ami fair dealings
with all other people, to Uie end tliat war,
with all Its hligliling conseqti'jnces may be
uvoldeil, without surrendering any riglit or oik
3iratiHi due to the 1'niled .stales; a reform In
the trttitment ot the lisiiaii-, ami the wlioto
civil service of the count rv; an-1, dually, in
Mutiriufta piire. utitrammellett Iwllot, where
every man entitled to casta vote may do so
jot itiKeat ea.-h election, without ur of m
littlon or )ircriptt'n on a,.-ount of hir s;it
kitl laitli, nativity or coltir."
L. S. Git ANT.
AISIITFJ) BV TIIK NATIONAL BEI-CBLICAX
CUNVKMTIOS AT 1'IIlI.AlJKU'UIA, JINK
The Kepnbll.-an party of thel'nited State
assembloit in Naiioii.il'Conventiou in tlie city
ol l'tulauVlphia. ou the oth and lit u days of
June, 1872, apiln declares Its faith and a
peals to li history aud nnnounce its tsjsltlon
upon the iitestions botoie the country.
First 1 Miring eleven years of siipremai-v
it has ac-4iicd with p-raud courage ihe sol
emn duties of the time. It suppressed a rt
pmtlc rebellion: t-inaiu-4p.it eiU.tl.oiO slaves
decreed the tip ml ciiuemdupoiull and estab
lished universal siill'iaae. Kxhlliltmi; 1111 1 -ir-alluieil
matrnaniiully. it criminally punished
110 man for political oilen&es, nisi warmly
welcomed all who proved their loyalty by
oliecinn the liiivs und dealing Jus! ly wlthfheir
nciichbor. It has steadily uvnaed, w ith a
iirui luind. the resultant dlsorilej-s of a irreat
war. ami Initiated a wise lsdiey towanl the
Iisliuns. The i'acitlc Ujiliro.nU ami similar
vast enterprises, have been penenaisly nldeil
nnd successfully coinluctU The pnl.ik- land-
arc frei-lv jrtveii totu-tua; st(tleri; inunlm
lion is pnectel. en.-ourain-l, ami the lull
uckuowludiccmeui ot thenatiiralired . it lien V
rights ha been se. ured Irian Kuropean powers
The nat umal currcm y hn iaiproved in regula
tion and the national credit has lieen susJain
ed under extraordinary burdeus. and r.ew
Ivnids liave lsx-.n ueKotinte! ai Imver rates.
Tin? revenue luive been carefully collected
ami honestlvapplitsl. la-spltetheanntinl lan;e
re-ltvtlous fniin the rates 01 taxation the tmli
lio debt bus Is-eu nslticed durlia; , mot's
presi-ieis-v at the rate of ono hundred 1111 II
lon dollar's i?r year. A (.Teat 11 nuiicuil crisis
lias been avoldotl and 5ue tind vlenty pre
vail throtudioiit tls" land. Meiuwtii fondpi
illillcultiesliave lieen peacidully ami boiiorit
biv oianproiiitsiMl, and the lienor and power
oi iIk- nadon has liven kei hlirh IhnniKhoiit
the worltl. This plorious rn-nrl of the pist
Is the party's liest pledge for the future. Wo
lsV.leve the js'oplo will not Intrust the (Inv
ent to any paity or combination of men com
posed of those whochielly h.-ivereslsteAlevery
step In this Iwnelictal pn'ipress.
Nx-jind 'omplete liberty and exact itiali
tv In the enjoy nam t of all civil, political aud
public riphts stsaild be estalilishisi nmt effiv-t-tuilrv
maiiiudnod thronptxwt tue luiou. by
efficient and aipnipriau( Sate and lural
lepsiatlon. Neither the law w itsarlmlHls
tratiim should ailmit of any discrimination in
res-l to citlens, by rea-uin of nice, creed,
color, or previous condition of sen it mle-
Thtnl The recent amendments to tbe Na
tional Constitution should be cordially sus
Uiineil, Ivvause they are rijtlil; not merely
toleraleil lm-ause they are law; and should
be carried out according ti their spirit by ap
propriate li-gisl.-illon. theenl'oiwmentof win. h
can lie safely trusted oiilyvj tbe party that
Kourth The National Government shonld
seek to maintain an honorable peace with nil
gymiaithuliuj Willi all iple who strive lor
Fifih Anv system of civil service under
which the subordinate positions of theiiov
ernnieiit nreconslderetl as rewards IVir mere
party ae.il. Is tatally demorallzlnR, and we
therefore favor a retorm of the system by
luws which shall abolish tbe evils of patroii
a(te and make honeslv, eiliclcncy and lldellly
esseutlal iiuilirtcattons lor public position,
without practically creating a life tenure of
olllce. , ,
Sixth -We are opposed to further grants of
the public lands to corporations and inoiioj-oik-s,
and demand that the national domain
shall be set apart for tlie free use or the people-seventh
The annnal revenue, after pavni
the current expenrtttnres, should f.iruish a
moderate balance for tlie reduction of tlie prin
cipal of the debt; and revenue,except so much
as mav be received from a tax on toliaocoatid
liquors, ought lo be raised by dirties on Im
portations, the scale of which should be so
atliusted as to aid in securing remunerative
wages to lalmrers and to promtse the Industrie-,
growth ami prosperity of the whole
Eighth We bold In undying honor the sol
diers and sal lore whose valor saved the Un
ion. Their pensions are a sacred debt of the
nation, and the widows and orphans of those
who died for their country are emit led to tbe
care of the vjovcrnraent and the gratitude of
tlie people. We favor such additional legisla
tion as will extend the bounty of the Govern
ment to all our soldiers and sailors who were
honorahlv ili harmed, and who In time of du
ty became disabled, without regard to the
lengt h of their service or the cruise of such dis-
hmth The doctrine of Ureal Itritafn and
other Knroiicar. Powers concerning allegi
ance "once a subject always a subject hav
ing at last, through the efforts of the Republi
can lutrty, been abandoned, and the Ameri
can Idea 'of the right of the Individual to trans
fer lils allegiance having lieen accepted by tbe
Euros-an nations, it to the duty of our Gov
ernment to guard w ith jealouscare tbe rights
of adopted citizens against the assumitloii of
tmuatliorized claims by their former govern
ments; and we urge the continued and care
ful encotiras-mneut and imitectiou of volunta
ry immigration. ....
Tent h- The franking privilege ought lo be
abolished and a wav prepared for a reduction
in tbe rates of postage. '
Eleventh-Among the nuestiotis which press
for attention Is that wliicu concerns the rela
Uon of capital and labor, and the He publican
nnrty recognises the duty or so shaping legis
lation as to secure full protection ami an am
ple Held for capital, and for labor, which cre
ates Tor eapHal the largest opportunities, and
a just share of mutual prouts of tliose two
irreat servants of civilization.
Twellth-We hold that Congress ant! tlie
President have only fulfilled an lm(srtant
dutv tn their measures Sir the aiippressioa of
violent and treasonable organizations In cer
tain of the latelv rebellious regions, and for
the protection o'f tha ballot box ; and, there
fore they are entitled to the thanks of the na
tion. - Thirteeich We denounce Temdlatlon of
the national debt. In any loim or dt-culse, as a
$3 00 per.
national crime. We witness with prUU the.
nshk-tinn of the princlial ot the debt and of
tbe mtes of 1 interest itsin the inlance, ami M
eoatkitintty exivct that oar exce I lent nnt ita ia I
currency will be periocled by lb sjioedj r.
imtfloB ofspecie pavnM-ni. i
I'lairleenth Tbe UeiMibMcan party t mind
ful "f it oblleaUun toUtu loyal women of Amur
lea for their noble devotion to the cause, of
freedom. Their admission to naefulnesa It
received with satisfaction, atsl the honest de
lnauila of any a lass of rltly.ana for ailtlltloaal
rigrts should be treated with respectful ca
gitleratiun. . '
Fifieenth--We heartily apiro e of the no
tion of Congress In relation to tlie reliellltHin
States, and rejoioe In the growth of peace and
fraternal feallng threnghout the land. . ,
Sixteenth Tao ttepubilcar Jatrty proposes
to respect tha, right roserved by tbe people to
theaiaidvesaa carefully as the powers dele,
giteilliy theia to tba State and Territorial
governments, ft disapproves of any resort lo
unconstitutional laws for tbe purpose of re
moviug evils by Interference wUh rights Dot
surrendered by the jwople t either the State
the .Natloaal Government.
Serentoeatli It U tbe tliitv of the General
GoveniUMtU to adopt such measures aa will
tend tu encourage American commerce and
tig htceiali -We believe that the modest
patriotism, the earmtstness of purpose, soand
judgment, practical wisil n, incorrnutlble ln
tegtity, and illustrious services of U.e.uiant,
have commeude.1 him to the heart of tlie Amer
ican people, and thai with him at our bead we
suut to-uay 00 a new march to victory.
LIST OF POST-OFFICES.
B-U.r ?? E
KTriiress Itanch, '
l;ve Valley, .'
.lohu Hay Cay,
Ashland Mflls, '
late Creek, .
North Canv oiivllle,
I miitia City,
Yoncn I la
Kat Port laud.
Port lam 1,
Ijx I rand,
urn I tell.
1.. Havel te.
West t liehallm,
W heat la ml.
Cart Wright's, "
Pleasant 11 IU,
1 iansMid Hill,
II- hkI Hirer,
Wasb inirton .
Cent revi lie,
C nion Flat.
' ' "Walla Walla.
Tonchet. ' '
Wallula. . :
Fldalgo, Isi Conner,
'Money Order Oftbics.
M HIDE CO.HMITTED.
As the result of an inai-tivestateof liver ami
st-ma.-h, producing neadache, olxnse intd
le.it, dullness, despondency, detneatia, and
linally Insauily, Is no uncommoi) oc urreis e.
AH these disagreeable svmptomsand badfeal
in. are most certainly dispelled by the uscW
lr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It
revitalises aud builds up tbe w hole system.
A ilttle book on Chronic Diseases seut free.
Address ft. V. Pler.-w, M. 1)., linffalo, N. V.
Gohlen Medical Discov ery sold by all drug
It is often the case tliat we sacrifice our
Uvea by delaying the use of projjer remedies.
A few hours lost is ofu-a fatal in acute dis
eases. Fever and innammatioa waits for nn
m in, Inn when unciieckei1, hurries on tomor-tln.-nllon
ami death. Do not be guilty nf this
ftunl .lelav. Use freelv BKISTilLH 8ARSA
PAKILLA ami PILLS, la them you liave
saletv ami health. t31
GEO. K. V. MWAIX,
EXERAL Al-CTIUNEER. rlla. Ore
T gon. Okkk k In Republican buihllng.
Mill street. Ur lers sollctted. All business
promp'lv a'tewlsd to. . ma y f
Annum in Advance
-t ' i-TF-r'i'" i..t
BUSINESS mBSXmfST OF POBT-"'
PoldlakMl kar blaMd,
General AdvcrtiMHig jiffcl IB JVon fitrerC -
ACKERMASfS DOLLAR STORE, No. W
First 1st rct. Importers and Jobbers oi
Fam-.v liotxls, Toys, Crockery Glassware and
Plated Ware. "'' -
A stnr House. First St. between Oak'anfl
JM. Pino Kverytalng naaU, B. b, Loagtt-t
lftw. Prop. I s
' BOOKS, SUTJONEEi ASB-'-fiElOBiCALS,
' Bancroft & FWTorse, ,
Agents for Mabie, Tot It Co' celebrated
GOLD PENS, ! '
Ivison, BInkeman, lay lor A Coa Softool Banks.'
J ut puUudiedy o full lias if jjtmal BUnJm
or thiM State, j ,,
Barman, the onlv direct Importer of Cloth -
rug, Ac, cor. Front Sc. Washington ats
CHAS. C. BARRETT, ,
BOOKSELLER & STATIONER,
Largest Flock In Port la ml.
No. 79 Front trnti Xo. & Wnnlitngtvn kreeli.
. , 1 -, ; r UT n. ,1 1. .'
BECK, WILLLVM Ss SOX, 129 Front St.
Imisirters and dealers in
Vans, Rlflca Ke vol vera
1 of avsrv -deivriition.
Fishing Tackle, Faucr l.ovU, Beads, Itinl
Cage?, llaskets, Crrsiuet (iames and : j
Baby Csrriagea, i
Agents for the "California Powder Works;" :
also, for the "Wheeler Wilson Sew
ing Machine.'' - .
Berk, John A, 12a Front street, pract ical
Wabdnnaker and Jeweler. Work done ,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS. HimeS
A, Bachldr. 9S Front Street. .
Krigham A Keinbart, First street, between
oak ami Pine, Importers of Stores, Ran-,
gtis, kiicuen Cleiisils.
iictiatian, -w , a a. w. cor. irst & Xavlor
sis. i neapest f urniture House in Port-
n A l-?Tti,rI',W2.. WALTER BROS.
yrAJX LiXO a Front Street.
Clarke Henderson A Cook. 81 A 83 First St
Dealers in Dry Uoods, Fancy Millinery,
Cohn A Rosenield, 118 Front St. Commls
sioB Merchauu A dealers in Oregon and
Congle. J. B., mainifacturerand dealer in.
Saddles, Harness, and Saddlery Hant
w are, IW Front St.
currier. W. A Co., 103 Front street. Mer
Vclianl Tailors A Clothiers, Hats, Furn.sti-
Ing Goods. t
DC Lashmutt A Oatman, 2 Front street.
Real Estate Age at s, money loaned
. 101 Front street, Portland.
DRUGGISTS, 101 Front St. Order
li-om any nortlon of the State or Territories
carefully filled by mail or express.
Emll, Lowensteln & Co, Furniture ami
C'jirjiet dealers stores from 1M to 139
Employment Agency. WithereU-A IIol
man, 80 Front struct. Furnish all kinds '
of help. .
Iverding A Beclie, 10 Front street, Con
-i mission Merchants and dealers in Do
Vashinn Livery Stable, corner First and
r Salmon sis., E. Cornea, Proprietor.
Good tnrn-outs always on hand.
'Jishel A Roberts, cor. First and Washing -l
ton sts. Dealers and Manufacturers,
Clotliing, Furnishing Goisls.
INreeiand, Dr. B. R., Dentist. OmVo. Noi
1 i, Dekuin's Block, cor. First and Wash
CI ill A Steel, 75 and 77 First street. Deal
M ers in Books, Stationery, and Musical
CRAY'S MUSIC STORE.
Tlie largest Music flotise on the Coast.
STEINWAY PIANOS, BURDETT OR
GANS, G. L. DkPRAN S, Manager.
AOI.E AGENTS FOB THE
"HOWE" SEWING MACHINE?
62 Agents wanted.
Ha.-hiR-y 4 Nwrnc, tirocers and dialers in
all kinds of Seeds, corner First and
Hamburger, li., i: First street, import -r
and dealer in Staple Fancy Drv Goods,
endee, D. 11- Pbotigrailiic Artist, 8. M
MM. corner Fl
rst ami ainmsmi streets. Chil-
1 1 reus nctures sptv-ialty.
Uenrichseii, L. C. A Co., UM FirK Street,
Manulactui-ersaiid dealers in JeweU-v,
IblwriLtrtsx L., H Front street, wbole
salutlcaier iu lTiocries, Doors Wagon
Materials. Ac. '
Hoilge, Calef A Co., U7 Front st reet, whole
sale dealers in lirttgs, Paints, Oils,
H,M y Sewing Ma.-hine. strak-ht nee
J il j die. under teed, lo.-k stitch."
M. K. Traver, 112
r roul mm,
lirgn-n A Pliiodler. Nos. liKi to 17i r'irst
st. Importers Furniture, He. 1 ling. Ac
iiU.'rnatioualHiNel. cor. F'rtnit and Morris
on sis. M. Builolpli, Proprietor. Free
Buss attends steamers.
Kohn. J. tt Co., HI Front street, wholesale
ami retail dealer iu Fine Cl.Kliin. Fur
Massmlmree Restanrant, private rooms
for Families, -Ar. 1st awl Pine streets.
Q. Voos, Proprietor.
Martin K. It CoT7wholcnIe dealer in
Wines and Lkmors, o. S. X. Cos Hlo.k
and .San Francisco.
eier & Sc.hiueer, 111 Front street, whole
sale ann retail 1 oniecnoners.
Miller, John B.,83 First street. WaU-h-aiaker
and Jeweler, offers to the public
a fine assortment nf Walche,Clocksand Jew
elry, r .
Moeller, A Co., F'ront near C street, ileal
ers in native and foreign Wines, Llq
Bors awl Cigars.
Nnrthnip, K. J., Hardware, Iron, steel,
Hulw, Siokcs, Hardwood Lumber, Ac
.vidental Hotel, cor. First and Morrison
. smith a toog, iropnetors.
Parrish, Watklns A Coruell, Real Estate
Agvnts, 90 F'ront street, between Alder
ard A Co.,
Ic-e, J. JI-IS First street, wholesale
neater in Tinware ana sstoves.
Rlebter, Paul, 105 First street, importer 01
Berlin wooden Carvings, Parlor Orna
mests, Ac. "
ider, ti. C, Real Estate ami Money Bro
ker, m w ront street, romana.
venbaiim, I. S. A Co., TolccHilsts im
portcrs of Foreign and Domestic Liquor
Rnss Honse, Front street. On First Class
Principles. Thos. Kynn. Proprietor.
hcrlock, S., 61 Fnnit and 2 First sts..dl
3 er in Harwwa, Saddlery, aud Saikllery
Slmon, .V! Front street, dealer In Doors,
. . sasli and Blinds, Window and Plate Olass
Slnshehner. H.. VJ First street, imorter of
Pianos, Organs Sheet Music, Musical
ksfmore, S. ., Ii3 First street, In-iiggiM.
3 and Apothecary, a largo stock of Perium-
erv ann ioii avts-iss.
mlthA Davis 71 Frisit street, wiHiirsalu
5 Drugs Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Per.
fiireery. Ac - -
now A sm, 73 Flrststreut,PictariM.Mold
ings, r'raines, ArtlsU Materials, Drawing
Smith, Put, Broker, o Front street, lhmler
In Legal Tenders, liovernmenl Bmsts
and Unld Dust.
STOJIE. B. I, o. lttTI-nmtMrm.
Waluiimakerami Maiuifacturing Jewel
er, Isappointeil agent for the Walthain.Elgin,
E. Howard a Ou., Chaa. K. Ja.-t,and thoCal
ilbrnia watdics; also, tor all tbe nroducttons
and imports ol Ihe t jllf.inila Jewelry Conim
nv, Raa FratK-isi-o. fieml for "circular.
Watches remireil in the very best manner aud
WARRANTED to give tatinntctloa.
r I "em- Bros.. Xo. 178 1 lrst street, manufac
R Inrers ami dealers In Furniture, fied-
ning. airets, ae.
hc clotbliig nt ore, 113 Front strect.lJToth-
mg, f unuslunel'
i ng ls is. Hoots and Shoes.
Harris & Prager.
Villlc. II. II., Ui V IU Front st. Ileaier
In Wagoa and Ajrrk-nliwral Implements
yne. E. II., n. w. cor. First ami Oak sts.,
dealer In Fine Brandies Wines English
Ale and Porter.
fVvler, J. A.,W Front street, wltolesal'e J
t. ilealer In Bulter, Eggs Cheese, Lard,
WiiBams A Myers, a Central bln-.kjront
street. Commission Mercbanls aiul
dealers la ProtUfc-e.
All Kind of Feed
For sale by
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SJJaTJEl HILL, Agrot, "
19 New Hontgomerj Street,
Gnne Hotel Bulldlsg, las Frindsco.
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