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25eefcfp Brecon f desman. '
AwaM-Ua f HcdaJ. ,
". V-nut ix ki ago tbe Faculty of the
above nnd tontversltj offereif a gold and
ilver medal as priiea to be awarded Tor the
besLfoclwanllen to bn'falivered during the
fmblic examination at.tba close of the term.
The achnnl, by ballot, elected three young
lnclien and three young gentlemen ai the I
inojt nuitanr ones to complete for the priu-n.
They each nclected their ova piece and j
learned then at their leisure.
1 VKSTinnAr Arntrtsoo
Waf the time set for the purpose of award-
in; there priiei to the sncccnafal competi
tor. In ebapel waa wety IIM, omg to
outile ' interest la the ' WAA.' Printed
programmes bad keen prepared, giving the
names of the etathmt. trfbrpetWig for the
prizes aatha ertjact tst their tueaen.' Miti
Libbie Woodward rnrtljaej a piece of in
strumental nlle as an overture in a com-
meodahle raHnltor. The six competitors
then .eek thert fsTkceH upon the platform
nd th itrterentuig part of the ceremonies
S. V. JOBT
Stepped to the front of the stage and deliv
ered an oration entitled " The Corsicao not
Content," being a condensed history of the
life of Napoleon Bonaparte. It was deliv
ered in an able manner, the only objection
- that could be raised, being; the lack of en
ergy shown and the want of variation in
the tone of the voice.
miss iv A t. wu.so,
living called out, rendered in an admirable
manner ajxiem entitled, " The Red Jack
et " It was descriptive of a conflagration
and the heroic act of a fireman in savin;
the life of little child. So perfect was her
representation of the scene one conld al
tnoat 'imagine himself present at the trend.
Her gestures were appropriate and her in
tonation without a fault. She was, rap
turously applauded at its close.
p. H. D'aacr
Then 'supped forward and 'delivered an
oration entitled, "The Dying. Alchemist."
This was perhaps the most difficult piece of
any to npenk in the manner it merits. But
he did well on it and showed very plainly
that he bad studied his part attentively and
understood the manner in which it should
HISS LYDIA E. CHAUBERLAI
Was the next ona on the programme. She
bud chosen for her piece, - "The Soldier's
Reprieve." It was an iucident of the late
rebellion and it came vividly home to the
hearts of many. It was rendered in a very
touching and sympathetic manner and drew
tears to the eyes of many in the house. She
literally carried her hearers with her and
won the sympathy of all by the fueling
manner in which she rendered the piece.
Her very heart seemed in the story she was
relating and when she took her seat it was
amid a wU merited applause.
MISS LIBBIR BROWX
Tben recited a poem entitled " Abram
and Zimri." M ies Brown has a very pleas
ing manner upon the stage, speaking with
apparent ease and with but little embar
rassment. Her gestures are used in
pleasing, offhand manner and with appro
priate s'yle. She delivered the poem
very creditable manner and won the hearty
appropriation xS the entire audience.
JAMES R. COI.rifAX
Closed the exercises by reciting in an im
pressive manner a prose selection on " The
Death of Hamilton. . We should imagine
he made rather poor selection but he ren
dered it in as commendatory a style as
could be expected. His gestures were
graceful and his articulation distinct. He
eould no doubt have succeeded much bettor
with some other selection.
THE AWARDING COMMITTEE,
Consisting of Rev. W. R. Stewart, C. A.
Reed and Rev. L. L. Rowland, with but
little hesitation awarded the first prize,
gold medal, appropriately engraved, to
Miss Era L. Wilson. After a long consul
tation, the second prize, a silver medal, was
. awarded to Miss Lydia E. Chamberlain.
Rev. W. R. Stewart presented the medals
to the young ladies" with appropriate re
marks, and the audience was then dismissed
with the Benediction.
Lack or Istebist. It is astonishing
how little interest is taken by the public in
the present examinations at the University.
Unless a eompetition of some kind is on
hand the attendance of spectators is very
slim. This is no doubt embarrassing to the
Faculty, who, during tbe-paat year, have
done all in their power toward the advance
ment of the school ; and now, at the close
of the term, when they desire to have the
public know the result of their labors, there
seems to be no disposition on the part of the
patrons to visit the school and witness its
success.. The school has never- been in a
more prosperous condition than it is at pres.
ent, and the Faculty are of course desirous
to show the patrons of the school and the
public generally the result of their labors.
Some of the Trustees, even, have been
qnife Tieglietrt in their attendance, and it
places the teachers in an . unpleasant posi-
tiou. What is the use of a public exami
nation unlesa the publio attend ? We trust
that our readers will show by their attend
ance during the balance of the examination
exercises their appreciation of this institu
tion of learning. The Faculty of the
school are always pleased to have the pub
lie attend, and will do all in their power to
make the exercise interesting.
"The Great Kcfcblic" A Kew Book.
Messrs. A. Bancroft A Co., of San
Francisco, have recently issued and have
just pot in this maiket a new book bearing
tbe title of "The Great Republic." As its
title would indicate, it is a book designed to
give a comprehensive view of the whole
contftry. ; It treats of every material feature
of every Stats is the Uuion, its matter be
ing historical, statistical and descriptive.
It ii just that sort of book which is likely
to be useful, any day iu the year, to almost
any literary or business man, of whatever
class.be may be. Some idea of its value
may he gained when we say it is a book
of Avar 1100 pages, and literally crammed
wltu 'concise history, and statistics of al
most ever conceivable sort, relating la the
United States. It is also finely illustrated
And elegantly bound, making it a desirable
volume for either librarf oreentre' -fable. It I
ia sold 'only by 'subscription.' Mrs. Ellen
Oaksheft, of Portland, ia about to canvass
alem for subscribers. . ' ....
Pkixb, MDi, vV bave just been
shown the medals awarded to the successful I
competitors at the University yesterday af
ternoon., Xbe first prise-is ,a Gold Medal
two inches in diameter, on which is en
graved as follows r Around the oHter edge
the words "'Willamette University" and in
the center a scroll containing the sentenee I
"Causa.' tenons. The tevers sida con
tains, thafullowiDg inscription, 'Awarded
te'Mhss-Bve 1:Wllsen' feYrne best dedsml-
tion. Jane 25th, 1873." The Silver Me.
del is engraved id the tame meaner, with
tbe name of the winner. They are plain.
but very appropriate.
, Hoasit SrOi.KB.H. Lines, of Independ
ence, had a horse saddle aud bridle stolen
from him last Monday night, and came into
town yesterday in search of the thief. It
WiiS ascertained tnat the horse was brought
into Salem and sold to J. WV II'xv-'ll, our
Street Commissioner. The ui.in h- sold
him the outfit cave his nam John
Chillis, and gave bill of eah tv, Uie am
mal, receiving in exchange tbe sum of $3U
in . g 11 ' in. Mr. L-u-.-s recovered ih
lnT't, a; Lit ye i... .-use -v.ry h en
:uue rL-.-ardi.... ihi tiiivl. .
Uxdkr Arrest. About two weeks ago
our CUt -Marshal received a telegram from
uregua vtlj to arrest one UbaUhcoy iHartm,
who, it was thoaght, was in this city. Our
police have been on the lookout for him ever
since, but eould find nothing of him until
' last Saturday night at a late hour, when he
was seen coming out of the Pony Saloon,
on State Street He was promptly arrested
and lodged in the eounty jail. Yesterday
morning the Deputy 8 be riff of Clackamas
county ntartei with him for Oregon, City.
We'understand he is arrested on the charge
1 of Inrccnv.
Favxirs Mr. I'biljp Bowers, of Waldo
Hills, invaded our sanctum yesterday anp
left a box tit luscious cherries for our diges
tion. IT he had only seen the offke boys
' sail In oft them he would have had do doubt
'of Cherr appreciation of them. "Phil,"
J yen will please accept our sincere thanks.
Lecture. Col. B. B. Taylor, of Port
land, delivered an address to the different
societies at the University last evening. We
were not present to make a report of the
From Daily of 1'liumlay June 27.
WILLAMETTE VSl ERMTY.
The IfMnrrtan Korlely. Their Exhi
bition Liutt fcveniiiif.
The University Chapel was densely
crowded last evening to listen to the public
exercises of the Hesperian Society. Th
platform was well filled as the body of the
house. The programme consisted of decla-
mations, addresses and instrumental musio.
The declamations by W. B. Allen, Zenas
Bolton and P. H. D'Arcy were all rendered
in an excellent manner. Geo. E. Strong's
address on the woman question was written
and delivered in a very creditable manner
C. B. Mooros aud M. 0. Lnwnsdale each
recited short doclaiuutiorii in their usual
i m press ire maimer. " The Addross
to the Echo" was an original idea
and took well with the nmlivnce. As
for the Society paper entitled "The lies
perixu liovtcw, edited ry h. W. Hum
moud, it was entirely beyoud our compre
ben-ion, and even then we fear it was no'
up to tho expectation of the audience. The
address by Henry H. Gilfrey was well ren
dered. We cannot speak too highly of the
excellent orchestra music furnished on
this occasion hy Prof. A. L. Francis, assist
ed by an able corps of mueicians. It was
decidedly the main feature of the evening
being heartily applauded at the close nl
every piece. Tho whole affair was a grand
Somewhat Frigutenkd. Last Sunday
erening as tbree young ladies were return
ing from the Methodist church to thei
borne in North Salemp they were gros
insulted by two yoang men who orertoo
them at a lonely spot on the wny bom
The circumstances, as 'near as we eould tin
out, were asollows: Tbe girls livo some
distance beyond tbe woolen mills and whi
going along tbe rod the two young men
stepped in front of them and commanded
them to halt. This the girls wore not in
ciioed to do and started to ruu. But two o
them were detai'ueJ by force, iihilo tb
third escaped, screaming at the top of her
voice. J tie two who had been caught were
threatened with their lives if they made an
noise, and the men then made insulting pro
posals to them andtbcgan pulliug them to
one side of the road away from observation
Meanwhile the screams of the third had at
tracted the attention of some of the resi
dents in that vicinity, and parties started
out to find the young bloods ; but they bar
ing become satisfied ihey were in danger o
being caught, had suddenly decamped, an
when the men who had started to aid th
girls arrived, the fellows bad eccaped in th
darkness. The men were both disguised
and the girls could not recognize them
owing to the darkness and their uwu fright
Parties were on the search for tbem during
tho balance of the uibt, and had tbey been
found they would no doubt have been
roughly dealt with. Bnt they made good
their escape. Owing to the fact of the es
cape of tbe guilty parties, we hare withheld
the names of the yoang ladies ; but they
think they would recognize the culprits and
as their friends are still en tho lookout for
tbem tbey may yet be made to suffer.
Rather Old for his Years. One of
our citizens has a little boy of but a few
years of age who rather got the upper baud
of his father a fow days sicce. His parent
was busily engaged in cultivating his gar
den when tbe little chap came to his side
and demurely asked him if people that told
lies went to heaven. The father answered
in the negative and took occasion to im
press upon the child's mind the enormity of
tbe sin of telling untruths, and impressing
upon bis young mind the importance of con
stant truthfulness in all his sayings, no
matter what tbe circumstances were. The
little chap never said a word until his
father had finished, then looking up into
his face he said : "Papa, I don't believe
you will ever get to heaven." The gentle
man stopped his work, for a moment and
asked, "Why not?" "Because," said the
little chap, "you promised to bring me
home a little wagon last night and you
didn't do it." The father told him to run
into tbe house, and be took the wagon homo
the same day, fearing there was more tru'h
than foetry in the little fellow's logic
Elected to the Poamon. At a special
meeting of the Trustees of the Willamette
University held last "Tuesday uflcrnoon, Mr.
T. H. Crawford, of Portland, was elected
Professor of Natural Science. Until quite
recently this position was filled by Prof. L.
L.Rogers. Mr. Crawford is a graduate of
this University and has had charge of one of
tbe Public Schools at Portland for a num
ber of years, being universally well liked as
a competent teacber in every sense of the
word. ' His addition to this school will, we
think, be advantageous to all the parties
- . - I -'
Election or Opeicers. At a regular
meeting of the Alumni, held at the Univer
sity yesterday afternoon, the following of
ficers were chosen for tbe ensuing term :
H. H. Gilfrey, President ; C. B. Moores,
Secretary ; Miss Mary Robinson, Treasurer ;
P. L. Willis, Member of the Board of
" Trustees. ' "" ; "
From Daily nf Friday June 28.
t'ommenrenient Kzerrtoesj.' firwdit.
sttinic ClfiMA. "oniierrlnir Decrees.
Aluutni Proceedings, Ac., Ae.
: MOM ISO SESSION.
Yesterday morning the University ebapel
was well filled with students and spectators.
Prof. Francis' Orchestra furnished the in
strumental musio for the' eocasion, and
opened the- exercises by the rendition of a
splendid piece. ' 'The ' good old anthem
"Praise ye the Lord" was then tnng by a
large class. An eloquent prayer was of
fered by tbe Rev. 0. Hines. Miss Libbie
Woodward favored tbe audience with a
Piano Solo entitled "Tbe Last Hope." It
was rendered in excellent style nnd merited
the hearty applause it received at the close.
one of the graduating class, stepped to tbe
front and delivered an oration ou " Free
Trade." 'HehaJ evidently studied his sub
ject well. Bis language was good, his ges
tures appropriate, and his articulation dis
tinct. But we fear it will be many years
before be sees his ideas realized. lie was
heartily applauded, and received a hand
some buquet sf lowers from some oue in
KISS DOHA V. SI UPSON, , s
also, a member of the graduating elass, de
livered an oration, subject, "Our boats'are
launched, bnt wbert'a tho shore." Her
voice was good, her pronunciation rlear and
very distinot. Her language was excellent
and many ol beV thoughts beautiful. She
appeared al home on the stage, and deliv
eicd her address in a pleasing off band
manner. Her alJusiuBs to her school life as
c nij.rired with tbe dim future that was ia
t ov f .r i.er wvre very touching, as was the
tr i uto paid Iht teachers und school-mate.
She too was seated amid the appluuec of the
audience and a floral gift. We prophesy
that she will make her mark amid her sex
as the e oming years roll by. A vocal duet
by Misses (J ray and Chamberlain was ren
dered in splendid style. James Chambers,
a.graduato of the class of '69 delivered an
ration on "Tho Fourth of July" in an ac-
ceptahlu manner. Then come Miss J ore
DcVore Johnson, who spoko at considerable
TH LIBERAL EOOCATIOX OF WOMEN.
Her ideas were original aud abounded with
good sense. Her mode of delivery was very
pleasing, aa was her appearance on the
stage. She received the applause of her
hearers and some hiindsmii- hwqort.
MIS ELVA A. WOEIS.EB,
the remaining member of the graduating
class, stepped forward and delivered a very
interesting onttiou, her subject being
Each day a life, and each night we die."
Miss Wheeler has a very pleasing manner.
n 1 no matter what 3ho may bo doing is
bound to succeed. Her address yesterday
was but a repetition of ber former achieve
ments, anil w.is a crowning success. Her
essay abounded with original thought,
which at times was deep and sublime in
sentiment. The applause ws hearty and
the floral gifs well won that she received
on taking her scat. .
Miss Terc;.a II .ddernesa executed "Sweet
Home" with variations on 'he Piano in a
manner that suited fui) as well as did
Anna Mehlig's rendition of the same piece.
"The Tri "Colors," a recitation and chorus '
led by three young ladies, was very prettily
executed, and the audience was then dis
missed by a Benediction by Rev. J. L. Par
rish. AFTERNOON SKSSIOTC.
The Orchestra preformed a tplendid orer
ture, after which tbe whole school united
ia singing " Tho Soldiers Marching Song."
Mr. S. A. Clarke recited nil original poem
entitled " Sounds from the Western Shore.. '
The poi'iu was a condensed history of this
coast from ils first discovery years ago up
to the present, with even a glimpse into
the future. It wss well wrisjen and de
livered as only a composer can utter his
own th .ugbts. It was well received by tho
entiro audience and encomiums of praise
were heard on every side. Four of tho
students then sang a qunrtctto entitled
" Under the Ice." The address to the
rev. s. n. iiAiisn n. n.
was a masterly eff irt. His remarks were
of course directed more particularly to the
students, showing them the advantages of a
liberal eduCAtion and urging upon them the
necessity of close application and untiring
zeal. His remarks were concise bu-1 right
to the point. Miss Libbie Woodward and
Miss Teresa Holderdess after the execution
of a difficult instrumental duet, usiug both
Pianos, received liiplumas, showing them
to be fully instructed in that branch of ed
ucation. Prof, liatch's remarks on pre
senting the diplomas were very eloquent.
The graduates, Miss Dora 1. S.mpson,
Miss Elva A. Wheeler and Mr. Hub
bard Bryant then received their diplomas
with the Degree of Uachclor of Sciences.
The Orchestra playod the closing piece and
the audience was dismissed with a Bcuedic
tion by Rev. A. Myers.
The exercises were opened with prayer
by Cury Johnson, after which an excellent
quartette was sung by four of the niemlera
of tbe Alumni. Tbe Annual Address was
given by James B. iValdo. Miss Blanche
Uray favored the audience with a Piano
Solo rendered in splendid stvlc. Miss Jose
DeVore Johnson read a lengthy but well
composed essay on Mental Degradation .
Resolutions of Condolence on the death of
Frauk M. Hobson were read and adopted.
George K. Strong sang tho beautiful
solo "Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep,"
with great kill and in a manner w.irihy of
the hearty applause ho won at its close.
Tho Benediction was then pronounced by
Prof. Powell, and tbe public part of the en
tertuiumeut closed. Tbe Aluuiui had their
Reunion in one of the upper rooms at a
later hour, but wo were not prcseot and can
make no report of the proceedings. Tbns
closes the Commencement Exercises, which,
taken all in all. have been'successfully car
ried out, and the reputation of tbe school as
a first-class institution of learning more
Lookout SIolstais Mixes. Tbe compa
nies having in charge the work of prospect
ing in these mines, situated on the fantiam
river, report excellent success. They have
opened a tunnel to the depth of l) feet,
and have found fine prospects. Tbey have
also cut iuto some new veins, which prom
ise an abundant yield, and tbey will proba
bly begin taking out the ore some time next
Ei.kctios or OrricKKs. At it regular
meeting of Cbeuieketa Lodgo No 1, I 0 O
F, held at their bnllou Wednesday evening,
the following officers wore elected for the
ensuing term ; A B Croasman, N ; E
K Miller V U j J Henry Brown, R S ; J J
Murphy, P S ; C S Woodwortb, Trees.
Trustees J J Murphy, J G Wriht and K
IxviTATio Accepted. At a mi-etin; f
Tiger Engine Co. Xo. 2, last evening, the
invitation to join Russell Post .No. 5, O. A.
R., in the celebration of the 4tb, was ac
cepted. Tbe company will turn out in uni
form, except that the Firemen's hats will
not be worn.
IAK AL BRVini.
Edgar Brown bus reached bis destination
and is now in Her Mnjesty's Dominion.
The Masonic t.rand Lodge adjourned
last evening and went to Portland by spe
Tbe construction train) of tbe 0. t. C.
R. R. reached Oakland yeterday. A change
of schedule timo will lake plaeo Monday.
Fifteen hundred dollar's worth of revenue
stamps have been used at the County Clerk's
office dnring the past two years. 1
Vivian is drawing crowded houses in
Portland. Why can't we raise a sufficient
crowd to induce hi in tororne to Salem. '
Our present County Officers are prepar
ing tolay aside their arb of office ,uud ur
render their claims to their successors.
Mrs. Dr. Sawtelle is fitting up an office
near the Court House buiKlinj and wi',1 en
ter into the practice of medicine at ;tu early
Business is nt almost a stand still. And
so it will be unless we can get thetrailroad
down through town.
A large force of brick masons now nt
work on the County Court House.
HOW TIIK HOOMERS ACCEPT THE
DEFEAT Or 1 1IK1K PET.
From the Indianapolis Journal.
The nominntion for Senator Ilenry
Wilson of Massachusetts! for Vice Pres
ident is in every respect admirable,
and will lie everywhere lieartily and
honestly ropjjortecl by Kepubfieans. '
An Iixlianian might naturally prefer
his fellow Hottsier, Colfax, who has
served so long and laidilully, and with
such distinguished honorsr it Repre
sentative, Speaker and Vice President,
without a touch of dishonoring suspic
ion or a reproach of misconduct even
from his opponents ; but Wilson re
places him in everv respect of purity
of character, effective ability and x
littcal experience- . And be adds to the
ticket the advantage of separating the
candidates by a wider space than a
State line. Colfax would have strengtli
ened u in this, one of the 'pivoted"
States, but we have no fear that he
will not lend us his best efforts to the
nominations because unotlier has been
preferred for a place that lie has long
ago declared liU desire to leave. lie
has been taken at his word, and no
matt can justly complain that iiis serU "
ons declarations are seriously accepted
To this alone, we believe, he owes
whatever disappointment the first bal
lot for Vice President yesterday may
produce. If he had not voluntarily
put himself beyond the reach of tiiu
people, his re-tioiuinattou would have
been as certain as his chiefs, and his
late concession of the use of his name
was doubtless correctly interpreted a
the effect, of a desire to please his
fiiyud,! rather than himself.
Capture of an American Schooner by a
J BANT KATIFICATIOX MEETING.
31 US. FAIR'S SEW TRIAL
Horthera Pacific Eailroad Exploration.
The Jubilee Loosing its Interest.
Indian Affairs- the Commissioners
(ioinij on a Tramp.
THE LABOR HE FORM.
From the Creat Railroad Acei-
Aim Aiicrl'ii Scliooner Cnptnred by
it isominiuu unci-.
Nkw Yokk, June 24. A Washing
ton, special says the State Department
lias received ittspatcties mwilieo. Han,
inr Consul at Oasiie Jiastti, t anaiki, to
tlie effect that the Captain of the Do
minion cutter Stella .uane lias cap
tured the American schooner .lames
Hlts, tor an alleged violation ot Do-
minion laws, aim urouur, tier into
port with the Dominion tlag flying at
her peak over the American nag which
was union down. Our Consul pro
tested against tlte insult, but it was re-
lieated ami it Is understood that the
act was sactiotRHl by the highest Do
A Ratification Met-tin ntXew York.
New Yoiik. June 21. A Washing
ton special says a monster mass meet
ing, to ratify the nominations of Grant
and Wilson, will be; held on Thursday
evening. Spcfhe will lie made out
doors in front of the City Hall.
The Jubilee I oik Vet Tired.
Boston, June 24. Ontario day
msscd off agreeably to rhe strictly
musical portion of a moderate audi
ence. J lie rest oi ine autiieiice,
wearied by tlie thirty-six airs and cho
ruses, were relieved by the six parlor
entertainment,, which will hereafter,
lie the great attraction. "Israel" was
well rendered by a chorus of twelve
hundred from the Societies in and
around Boston. President (intntwill
be present to-morrow, when the at
tractive features of the past week's
program me will be performed.
WAsnrxoTON. .Tunc 25. Commis
sioners Bruiiot and Cree leave to-day
on -a tour among the Indians of Da
kota. .Montana, Idaho, WyoniingJUah
mul (.'olornlo. The object are o
avert hostility on the part of the wild
Sioux osi the Northern Missouri river,
to purchase a portioh of the Reserva
tion in Colorado, to ellectau exchange
of tlie southern part of the eastern
Sliosiioiie and Bannock reservations in
Wyoming for lands north, and a !reii
entl examinations into Indian affair.
General Walker is here with a dele
gation of Indians representing several
trilK'S of Arizona, who want to have
confirmed a "treaty of peace recently
made at Camp Grant.
About (lie Colrtmbuit Convention.
Boston", June 24. It is understood
Chamberlain. President ot the i 'oliiiii
bua Convention, has ollicially notilii d
Judge Davis and Joel Parker ot their
nomination to the Presidency and
Vine Presidency, and that he is to re
call tlie Convention to meet in New
York hi July for Conference.
KoMrt ot nrparliucufof Agriculture
VaHIm;tox. June 25. I he June
Report of the Department of Agricul
ture i now in press and is exhau-tiv;;.
It gives wheat slati-tics based tin coun
ties, of which l'.W indicate the average
condition, 271) alxive average and 4 11
in low condition. These . '.H)3 reports
include! n very large proportion of the
wheat portion of the country. The
summary of returns shows a reduction
of 2 )er cent, from 171. The general
average; condition of tlie entire crop,
taking 100 as the standard, is t4. The
Department estimate of the crop of
1S71 was 23.1XUX0 bushels, at 11
per aire. Considering 12 bushels as
the average yield of the area and con
dition "of the present crop in the first
week in June, it pointed to a product
ot 22tMKJ0.0lM) bushels' in 172. The
croo of lNi'.) was nliont l!i per cent.
above the average. The. largest record
in ten vears was 2s(.mo,(XiO Im-hels,
as returned by tlie census.
Roosevelt's Ojiinlo:i. which is mi
Nkw Yokk, June 25. The Hon.
Robert Roosevelt has addressed a let
ter to the New York State delegates
to the Baltimore Convention, giving
reasons tor supporting 'ireeley and ar
iruing that the lJeiuocnitic party will
tie dissolved unless Greeley is indorsed
Mrliooacr Run Down nl Slink by n
Boston, June 21. Passengers re
port that the steamer Bristol, from
New York, ran down and sank a
schooner in the Sound. Boats were
lowered, but no survivors found.
A Urniid trot, nil around.
New Yokk. Sime 25. A grand trot
lias lieen arranged for Thursday next.
'Goldsmith Maid," "Liny," "Ameri
can Girl" aud "Henry" have been en-
i Thirty Death from the iirnnU Trunk
j It. It. lllsiwt r,
RKLYTLI.K, June 21. A post mortem
j examination was held this afternoon
on tlie bodies of those who were killed
' by tlie late accident on the Grand
Trunk Railroad. The number of
deaths up to this time is about, thirty,
j including a number of lumbermen
' and telegraph line, builders from the
province of Queliec. The Coroner's
jury freely exonerates the Company
ii engineer from all blame : the
lieiug purely accidental. The
engineer, a sober and eUicieiit man,
! died at his post.
All Quiet nt CienrviiVlrlilcK to Itc
uiaiu at 3lalria.
Geneva, June 23. All ot the Com
missioners on the Board of Arbitration
are still absent, except Messrs. Davis
and Cashing, ot the American repre
seiitatives. "Nothing bus transpired to
weaken the hopes entertained of an
amicable adjustment of the diilereuoes
between tbe two countries.
Madkiii, Juue 2.1. Journals of the
city deny th;?t the Government of
Spain has requested the recall of Min
3lrs. Fnlr's t'lim An Oreyonlnn In
Kcarrh ol hl Daughters The A. A
P. Railroad Amnll Pox lucreaftlna;
San Francisco, June 21. The de
fense in Mrs. Fair's case having ob
tained a postponement of the trial un
til Wednesday, are reported to be mak
ing active ell'orts to limit up fr. Ly
ford, whose testimony as to her insan
ity was so severely handled on the last
trial. It is rumored that Mrs. Fair's
exceedingly clear-headed operations in
connection with the claims ol her med
ical counsel, after the last trial, has
severely shaken his faith iu her insan
ity. An Oregon tan arrived here to-day
i u pursuit of two daughters, who ran
away to get married. The husband of
one of the girls has been found but not
the girl, and the other girl but not the
The committee of one. hundred had
an executive session to-djty. 11. G.
Sneath, Chairman of tlie committee,
who went Kast to confer with St.
I.onis, made a partial report. A full
report will be made soon aud submit,,
ted to tlie public. It Is understood,
though nothing is published on the
subject, that Mr. Sneath reported that
the people of Situ Francisco would tie
asked to subscribe to fifteen millions ot
preferred stock of tbe A. & P. R. R.,
aud for three shares of the preferred
stock takeu, tbey are to receive one
share of the ordinary stock as a bonus,
St. Louis to do the same, and the funds
ra ised here to be used in building the
road from this point eastward ; that
raised iu St. Lotus to be expended in
building the line from its present ter
minus, westward. He estimates the
revenue of the Company's land grant
at not less tlian 13,OG0.0UO t the
present market rates.
The small pox is considerably on the
increase iu this city. Five cases ere
sent to the hospital to-day and three
more are to lie sent to-morrow.
Among the parties laving it t Mi
chael, a policeman, who 1 In hf own
house, and refuses to be removed. ll
has a pLstol by his side, and threwJeim
to make a job for the Coroner if be i
Stockton. June St. TIw ' Masonic
excursion which, left here at, eight
o'clock tliis morning for Trockee aud
Uike Tahoe, eonsisled of three cwKhcs
Our wharves liegin to sssttme bti
ness appearanee. I-arge ttcttititEf of
n lieat are beginning to arrive.
Good farm' hands are scarco at i3 jt)
per day. .
Exploration oi fclMKit River.
LxConxkk, .Time 21. The party
under Messrs Hill and Sweny, sent out
by the Skagit River Co.. of Senttle. to
explore the upper Skagit find its trib
utaries, has just returned, and report
tlntt for sixty miles above the jam, tbe
rivor is navigable for steamers, and
tliat the valley ot tlie Skagit for that
distance has an averse width of 10
miles, composed of the richest river
bottom lands in tlie Territory-, though
mostly heavily timlwred. Thee lands
are uiisurveyed and unclaimed. Tlie
company will probably open n portage
around the jam. and phtce a steamer
above, which will make the wltole
country accessible to immigration.
The North Pacific iailrottd survey,
under Captain Sheets, had run fiirty
piile from the Sound on level ground,
only rising 140 feet from the sea in
first distance. There seems to have
been an easy grade to the Skagit pass
and it is most likely this route will bo
.selected for the North PaciU'c railroad.
IhMh to Juue 26.
More Trouble with Striker.
MEETING OF T A 31 MA 31'.
About the Board of Arbitration.
Woman Suffragists on the Rampage.
California Republican Conven
ARRIVAL OF GREENBACKS.
The Cars at Oakland Oregon
n0 TIIK NOKTII
2Ii;re Small Pox at Victoria.
THE SiE.VKSMIP C.ll.II'ORMA
Fresh Outbreak of Small Pox--Creat
New Yokk, June 2.". Four hun
dred employees of the Custom House
will petition Collector Arthur to-night
for the eight hour rule to apply to
Yesterday a party oi strikers in a
planing mill on Sixty-first street, dis
located tho machinery and threatened
the men wilh deathVf they rctu-ed to
desi.-t, work. The police arrested the
Trouble Wltll &miu Looming; t'p.
Nkw Yoi:k. .rune '2't. A Washing,
ton dispatch states that Spani-h war
vessels hi.ve been instructed to seize
aud sink the American steamers Yii
ginitts and Kdgar wherever found out
side neutral ports. The Yirgiuiiis, as
appears by a letter received here yes
terdav Ironi her Captain, was ;it I'u-
eito 'abaila. Venezuela, m the latter
part of May. She was very leaky,
and w ould In: unable to si'rii:e tbe iiec-cs-ary
repair- there, aud would be
obliniMl to lea ye for Martinique. Two
SpauL-li war ve-sels were in jmui.
Their officers were enraged at the re
fusal of the " ne.iielean government
to deliver the Yirgiii'nis up t; them,
and threatened to cut her out. where
upon the. Yenezncleans trained the
gnus of the Fort upon the Spaniards,
aud the latter (putted the place. The
Yirgiuiiis is also out of coal.
.Heeling uf Tninmnity.
Nkw YoltK. June 2T. At a meeting
of Tammany last night, Horatio Sey
mour was made Sachem. Preparations
were also made for a creat 4th ot July
! celebration, .lames Hrooks was chosen
i OltOGN NEWS.
Tbe Dnurd of Arbitration.
GKNEVA. June 24. Dispatches re
ceived since Saturday have induced
the American Agent to request Count
Schlopsis to summon the Conference
immediately. He lias accordingly sent
telegrams to all members to meet at.
2 o'clock. l 31. on Tuesday. It is not
known whether the indirect claim
have been withdrawn. At S o'clock
all the members who have been abroad
It is stated that the Secretary of
State, on Sunday, telegraphed Ban
croft and Davis a statement of the ob
ject of the Cnited States in presenting
indirect claims, and the reason tor not.
accepting a money award; also tlie
reasou why tlicy should not be taken
as an element ot consideration ia the
gross award. Mr. Divis responded
yesterday. It is believed that a tiEijor
ity of the Board will accept oyr views.
'Victoria, June 2'. The steamer
Prince Alfred arrived oil" the month
of the harbor on yejterday morning
at five o'clock, from Nanaimo, where
she 1 nt J been for coal. Oh her arrival
she tired two guns, and sent a liout
ashore commanded by the first otlicer.
who reorted that two easts ot small
pox had broken out ou board on Sat
urday while at Nanaimo.
The names of tlie patients are: Hun
ter, second otlicer, mid Hall, saloon
waiter. Dr. Mathews went on board
the vessel, havim: been informed of tlie
sickness, and ordered the two esises to
lie lauded and placed in the small pox
hospital at Beacon Hill. At nine
o'clock last evening they were taken
Tlie steamer is placed in quarantine
in the Royal Roads and a special con
stable placed on board to prevent any
person from leaving or hoarding her.
Rehear that there is another person
sick on board the ship, but it is not
quite certain to be a ease of .small pox
and the man has not. been removed.
'fhe above reported case broke out
while the steamer was taking iu her
coal. The Nanaimo authorities were
at once informed ot the circumstance,
and the ship was allowed ISO tons, suf
ficient to take 'her to San Francisco,
when she was ordered to leave the
The little girl Quickly, the first
small pox patient, died yesterday eve
ning, and will be buried to-day." The
quarantine of those persons wIhj have
been in charge of the Health Otlicer
from the first appearance of the disease
will be raised to-day.
The Steamer California Aain Afloat.
The steamer Emma arrived and
reports that the steamer California was
floated off the rocks on Friday night.
Tlie tide on Friday fell unusually low,
leaving the steamer high and dry upon
tlie rocks, upon which she hung amid
ships. Two heavy anchors were pnt-
out ahead to prevent her slipping off.
and holes were made in her "quarters"
to Jet the water ruu,out. When this
was accomplished the holes were
patclied up, as well as the injury sus
tained in her "forefoot." and at high
water she floated oil" without assistance
and was towed down to Nanaimo,
w here she was beached lor rejiairs.
Tlie rtir TriiilTIie Women Kiif
Iragiftt on the IlamiiaKe -Kepubli
rau State Convention Cajlrd.
San Francisco, June 25. Anotlier
effort to have the trial of Mrs. Fair
postponed will probably be put for
wanl by the defense. Sirs. Fair lias
beeu in excellent health lately, men
tally and physically, and the defence
will necessarily assume a somewhat
different form froni that made on tlie
A most disgraceful sceue occurred at
Piatt's Hall last night... Mrs. Loomis
was lecturing against woman suffrage,
and was repeatedly interrupted with
hisses and jeering 'remarks from the
leading female suffragists, who were 1
jrpciiE evidently for the purjiosc of
breaking up tbe meeting. Assembly
man Jleeker finally addressed Mrs.
Kmily Pitt-Stevens, telling her
that (die was liehaving herself In a
most disgraceful mauiK r. Sharp words
and abusive language pissed back and
forth, and It was some time liefore or
rer was reston.-d. At the end of the
loetnre Mrs. Pitt Stevens wont for
Meeker w Ith a deringer in her hand,
demanding an apology, but a bystan
der caught hold of her and compelled
her to put it in her pocket. It is sta
ted tlt tho pistol was given to her
during The excitement by Mrs. Chur
chill, anotlier leading siill'ragist.
Tlie Executive Committee of the
RimWk'aii Slate Central Committee
Biot tolay and calUvJ a State Conven
tion, to meet at Sacramento August
lt. The State Convention will con
sist of 325 delerrites. unless otherwise
orden-d by tiie "Congressional I Hstrict
Committee. Tlie Cotigrelonal Cou
vMitioii will be licld at the mime time
Preparations have been made to pre
vent -anr interruption nf Mrs. Frost's
second lctmv this evening, by the fe
male, suffragists, should they make an
Special Treasury agents a rrlvcd from
the Kast Vst night by rail with 4.0O0.
000 In greenbacks for payments on
government account on this coast.
V.LI.K. June 25. The llrst con
signment of new wheat 15 esir load:-,
containing 150 tons arrived to-ilay
from Dixon, consigni-d to Fru'dliinder.
1ST NTATE TKI.M1HAP1I.
Cnr nt Oakland 4'roi -Kte.
OAKiJtNit (Oregon. June 25. The
track on tlie Oregon and Ciililornia
Railroad was laid to the bridge over
tlie C.dapooia nt this place, to-day. A
temporary side track will be put in
north of tlie bridge to aecoininodiitf
trains until tho bridge is completed.
which will take four or five days, so
that trains cn run into the depot
irrouiiiU iinmtdiatclv south of the
bridge. The completion of the nil-
road to Oakland wjil shorten 'he tunc
overland IkKwccii Portland and San
Francisco one dav.
Tho weather continues dry aud
The hay crop will be almost a total
failure, (ir.uu aNo will tie very light
Many farmers are already mowing
their oat fields to make hay.
l!itc to June 20.
Illinois Democracy Indorse Cincinnati.
THE STOKES' TRIAL OPENED.
The tJernnius to Kvaeitale France.
GENEVA ARBI FRATORS IN SESSION
Indian Troubles in t'lali.
SMALL POX IN OLYMPIA.
Trumbull Spouts against Grant.
Democratic Conventions De
clare for Creoley.
ANTI-GREELEY MOVEMENT IN OHIO
Coiiiictit'tii 2tc:i25.:i Mate
4 oiite Klioi:.
31 ifilM-I IllIUMMI!" rS'VW.
t;roctM--k will wnit.
New Yokk, June '(;. It is well uu-
i ilcrstood here that (Irnesbcck fIiows
respect to the action of the Italtimore
i t (invention iiiul will accept no noini
I nation made outside.
i rnin) I vaiilit l'o:ii;mslouiil Somi
rilll.AIiKl.l'lilA, June Kepnbli
cau Congressional nominees were
made ye-lcrduy by the C'lawl'urd cnuu
j ty system, tlie nnple slmwing their
1 preferences by a direct vote, l'he c.-
ieninent is considered a success,
though, it did not prevent holding
hack returns or false counting. s!
Democratic I.ilx'riil onfVreiirr.
Sn:lN;nr.l.i. 111.. .June The
Democratic Convention met at noon
to-day. lion. John C. Allen, tempo
rary Chairman, urged the delegates
to conduct business hi a cpirit of con
ciliation, looking t a reunion with
Liberal. Hepuhlicaiis. The LuVral
duventioi metal noon, fiovcrnor
rainier, tenimirurv Chairman, lre-
licted I)h- success of the Liberal move
ment. A committee of conference I
was apHinted to confer with a simi-1
l.-tr IVinocratic committee. The Cin
t iunati platform was nuaiiiuiou.-ly (
lri.sk l'arftrte Jrant at tli- Ilut.
1V)ston. June -ii. Irish organ
tious are forming a jiarade to receive
tlie Irish band next week. The Fe
nians will also turn out.
President (iraur, who is making a
visit lu re, dispenses with all formali
ties, lie attended the commencement
at. Harvard this morning.
Xi York -Ttip Stokes tp .
Nkw Yi:k, June 25. A strike at
tin: Patterson X. . I. Machine Works
llirows out of employment, ;J,(MH). The
simps are closed in consequence of the
strike ot'ejot) men.
X inety-foiir trade organizations were
represented at a meeting last night, at
which a resolution is.-ed that a pa
rade i take jilace on the 1st day of
Agents who were sent to Chester,
Pennsylvania, to induce SIX) i-)ii-biiil-ders
to strike failed iu their object.
Orangemen have oMained licrmi
s'mhi of tiie board of police to parade
luJv 1'ith. Nx thousand men will
fJeveii jurors have liei'ii obtained
for Stokes' trial.
Later l'he twelfth Stokes' juror Is
secured and the ca-e opened.
Trumbull SHutH about iirnnl
.Srinxr.i-'ir.ui. June 2!!. Senator
TrumlHill adihi-sseil an iimiiense meet
ing in the Slate House Square this
evening. He arraigned Oraut for
nepotism, gift taking, unwarranted in
terference, with the ll-ihts of Stains,
and tlie military spiiif whieh impelled
him to centralize power in his own
person. Such a t'iidelicy, he pro
nounced full of danger to a free eo-
lie, whose rights ami liherties, by Ihj
mg gradually olistnicted, were iu dan
ger of being lost entirely.
1 tie Ohio Drinorrntlr Delrsmtra.
Cl.KViXAxn, June The dele
gates to tlx: lK-tuocnltic Convention
held a large meeting at Uie H'eddell
House, which was brilliantly illumi
nated. SieeclH'.s by prominent gen
tlemen favored the ratification of the
Cincinnati platform and nominees.
The Frwlon lit KaoMM.
Lawrknce. June 2il. The State
Central tmmittees ot the Democratic
and Libenil parties in Kansas met
here in joiut meeting, and called a
Convention to nominate Congressmen
and Electors at Topeka, ou September
Tlie Ueorgln Demorinry I'll pled iced.
Atlanta, June 20. The Geoi-gia
Democracy send a Conservative dele
gation to lSaltiniore uninstrticted, but
adopted resolutions inviting every
lnxly to co-oper.ite for a change of
'onaectieut Republican on vemtlon.
MovrrauEH, June 20. Hie Ke
piiblican State Convention represented
nearly every town iu the State, lie
olutious endorsing the Philadelphia
platform and nominees were passed.
An AntMirwIey Movement in Ohio.
Cincinnati. June 20. A confldeu
tlaUrimtlar has been distributed here
to-day among Democrats and Liberals,
asking the recipient to secure tlie at
tendance of tlie prominent Democrats
of this State to opiiose Greeley at Bal
timore. 'cw Jenwy mlijert to Baltimore Ion-
Tkenton, June 28. Tlie Xew Jer
sey Iemwratic Convention pledged
it-self to abide by aud support tlie
nominees of tlie Democratic National
iatnoiit Democrat Endone Ureeley.
Si lUNGFtU-U, 111., June 26. The
Democratic Convention resolved that
the Cincinnati platform with Greeley's
letter atlords common ground on which
liberal men of all parties can consist
ently unite iu opposition lo the presetit
Government, and the delegates to tho
Baltimore Convention areinslnicted to
act as a unit iu tlie spirit of the fore
going. in the Liberal Convention Caasius
M. Clay said that the South is fully
prepared to join in everlasting peace.
New Yokk, June 20. Stockliolders
iu the Erie railroad are workiii" for a
new Board ot Directors.
Albany, June 20. Gov. Hoffman
man has issued a proclamation order
ing :m extraordinary General Termvwf
the Supreme Court, of the Third Dis
trict of AlUuiy. July loth, at which
will be heard an apm-al in the suits in
the Tweed and other New York eases.
Harvard College lias conferred the
degree of L. L D. on President Grant,
Governor Washburn aud James Mar-
tineau. Tlie audience rose to iU feet
aud cheered the President.
New Yokk, June 20. Baldwin.
Kree A Co.. manufacturer! of straw
goods, have f illed. Assets small.
Chicago, June 20. During a re
cent thunderstorm the Hon. 1). L.
llannon lost 50,001) voting trout, valued
at if.t.000. It is believed tliat they
were killed by lightning.
ltKitf.lN, June 20. The Federal
Council has approved the amendments
by I'arliameut to the bill proscribing
tlie Jesuits, and the bill becomes law.
1 OltMtiN Atrws.
4eriniui Kvariintlon ol'Franre. '
'ersaili.v:s, June 2'i. It is st.itel
tliat the negotiations to complete the
evacuation of Prance by the Germans
will soon be brought to a lavotable
Nkw Yokk, June 20. A Herald's
Geneva special of last night says that
as the meeting was late, the proceed
ings were limited to a forma! presen
tation of papers and an agreement
made to discus them fully ou Thurs
day.. The Cnited States withdraws
nothing but its claims for indirect
damages. Moth parties are licfore the
tribunal. England, however, persists
iu her demand for a long adjournment.
A treneva correspondent, under date
of June (ith, says the impression is tliat
the British Government has ascertained
that judgment will be given by the
Court ot Arbitration iu favor of the
I'liiti-d States on all the various
Tlirenlrm-n Indian Trouble A
Salt Lake, June 20. The Indians
are threatening trouble iu the Sevier
region. All miners and Mormons are
arming for protection.
The daily Utah Mining Journal, an
evening pajier. made his first appear
ance this evening. It will be the or
gan ol Gentiles.
General Sweet, ot the Internal IJcv
enue iJepar.tmeul, arrived to-night.
tYAMIIUTO. Tl liftliOKV.
Small I'ox at 01iutli.
Ol.VMl'lA. June 20. A passenger
per steamer Prince Alfred, from San
1'ranciseo, lately ijuaraiil ined at Vic
toria, soon after arriving here to-day,
broke out with the small pox.
Cliild K.itnlly Il::red.
A little child, son of S. B. Abbott,
was this afternoon-kicked by a horse,
fracturing its skull and inflicting a
probably fatal wound.
GILL, STEEL & CO.,
Wholesale aud lictnil Healers in
State Street, Salem.
iolo Orr$ron AafffniM for
Chickering and Emerson
reason & Hamlin,
Taylor & Farley Organs.
Have just rvwelvixl laitte Invuiue of the
nl"ive Iiis!riiiiiiitis wliW-U we offer I'T
Rent and for Saleon Monthly Installments
JJTI'till nnd examine our new; stylen of lr-p.ni-,
ciiiit.-itiil iln-i s-me of the llue-i coinl'tna
tio is and more variety of sound than any oth
er I nt liumiii "fforeil f'ir .-sale In this olty.
A l.inre assortment ot OPFR. JIl'XM' -wilh
and wUIhhu wonU. Alo, a welUisseri
ClsUK'kof li t 31 iisii-.
Onlers taken for any ileco of Music pul.
lLshcd. A FI LL l.ISE OK
Paper Envelopes and
STANDARD SCHOOL BOOKS
now in use In our pnlillcscht.sil.s constantly on
Al-oafull line of
.13 1 St E M. A X EOl'S I5 K S
now on hand.
E-JiMilvo us a call la-fore imn-liasinift rtfe
rnfinihc(l Kugy & Carriage
T7r ori J3L .
n.VVINU purc.liasxl al the administrator's
sale the principal jiortton of ihe stock of
ai-rfcu Material of the estate of W. K.
I 'ooper. divease-l, we are preareil to aell to
manufacturer!! and others al about
HALF THE USUAL PRICES.
Buggy, Carriage and Phaeton Bodies,
READY 71 AUK WHEELS
With It. 1, 11, and 14 inch opokc.
Baggy Gears, Beady Made Shafts,
Also, a lairreand superior assortment of
Half Patent, Iron and Steel,
Buggy, Carriage, and Ex
From to 1 inch.
The reputation of Mr. Cooper a First
Class Manufacturer of light work I a suffi
cient jr-.mranty of the quality of the (rootU.
The rant.-u.-o' Ktock Is thoroughly seasoned
and made of Hie choicest selected Kns'ern Ma
terial. An opmirtunlty l. now offered mieh
as seliloni occur to get a liturgy or V'arriage
at a low rate.
Xorlhrui) & TlioiiirMn.
CORBETT, FAILING & CO.,
IMTOUTtl'Ji OF ,
Heavy and Shelf-Hardware,
. MECHANIC'S TOOLS,
Iron and Stool.
- Agents for the sale of
DUPONT'S GUta POWDER.
.il and 55 Front St., Portland, 0n.
TO THE UNFORTUNATE.
NEWREMEDiES! NEW REMEDIES! !
Dr. Gibbons' Dispensary,
23 KEARNEY KT.,
Ciirner Coinnierv-tal, tan
Vru iici.soo, pnvale e n -
tran.'u on uoinrneTuiai, es-
uiitflHsl in in l.4, tor tlie
treJUiuc'iit of Sexual ami
Seniliuil llNSUe.ts ih-h a
tiiinorTlKM. CiUxrU strt-:
lure. Syphilis in all It-ik
fonns. Seminal Veriknes,
ImmKeucv. et. Skin Us
aus. (of rears elamiliu:
ami CU-rrateit Ixyrs, siv. c(w fully irtausl.
1JIC (.IHIid.Nft ha the pleasure oi anriouii.T
tnirlliat lit; has returned lr:im visiting; tlie
liriik-.lpnl hnapitals of Eurojic, and lias rt
The Hen-tor ha-freil neither time nor
mnncvlnKepkliifOiUnevrremelie, ami ha
rciuriusl uith liu-,ruaxl liiclUUea fur the allc
vutliMi of human milleri. g.
Seminal cmliwlon In the nnnupquent of felt
nliUM. TliJs nulliary vk, ordepraved sexual
inilutpn'tu-H;, Is pra.iUMMUiy tlie outtiof UHh
eves tanaliuos( iiithniiul exti-nt. prothu-inir
wilh nnerrlniri-ortalntT, the folioliigmirltil
svniilmis, linlciyi rmnliulol uitli fclentitio
mcilU'al treatment. vU : Sallow ,-Minteiiaih'e,
ilark px uiKter the eye, pain hu head,
linirliijr in the ears, nois like the rnstilnn ol
leaves aii'l raitllns oft'liarM, iincaKlnuK
alma Uh) loins, conlusl rlxion, hluiutst In
lelleer. toss of ooniHene, 'lilllilen-e In ap
proa1ilnp stninirerF, a rlisMke lo form new
a.-iiaJiiUik.-e.s,aills-Uoii to hun mx-lely,
lie.-lk- flushes ami rart niseruptioiisalioiit the
t:u', fnrri tontrue. fetkl breaih, oiiplM, eon
stimption. nifrht sweats, niononiania aiifl fre
quent ln.anltv. If a relief is not nhtatnnl,
the gnfferer Khniild applvinimeiliately.iu per
son or by letter, ami have aomv eflWieil hv
his new and si-lentlll.; mwle of ireallns this
ilis). which never fallg of eilealutt a gulck
aud radical euru
'urcl nt Home.
lVrvnn at a dlstani-e mav ie enred at home,
liy aililn-slntr a letter Ki lir. liilition, ntailnx
.-.-, sviiipionis, length of time tlie disease
has continued, and have medicine promptly
torarted, free from damage and euitutlly,
to any part of the country, with full ami
plain iHnvthiim for uc.
Hy ln.-lwinir 10 in coin In a re-Mered Ict--ter
thrunch the lo4 lifllee, or Wells, Karfro
A; IVi.. a iiackaue of medicine will lie for
wanled to any part of the I 'nlon.
All corresiondenc stHctlT coiitldentlal.
Address 1 R. J K. (illlllON,
Ilox !Hj7, San Francisco, Cal.
Veil 1(1 dR(xl!wl.V
H0 31 JZ
Mutual Insurance Company.
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE
CAPITL, SI ,000,000!
JOHN II. Kl.DIMiTON Prmldrnl
iifAt. II. AKII Vice lrr.klei.l
IIARl.t It. KI'OKY newtnry
N. It. :iIY Marine foerelJir
II. II. ISIUJXOW.... literal Mnnnircr
P. WniMeriniui, B. 4ldNinHli,
'. II . Ix-w la, I. Mnelen.v,
Knlrai I. F.lirovrr
IHiim I. M. 1 rs-nrli
Allmiiy J. A. 4'mwlorrt
wlton J. Iowenrrir
Ueuernl Ayeut, I"ortlni.
iiA. k. Bi nnows.
Aireut nt Snlem.
Will tew ererytlilng needed In a farafly, from
tlie heaviest to tie lightest fabric
IT IMIFS SORE WORK,
MOBE KIADS OF WORK,
A I BETTER WORK,
Thau any other machine.
If there is a Florence Sewing Ma
chine within one thousand miles of
Ban Francisco not working well and
giving entire satisfaction, if I am in
formed of it, it will be attended to
without expense of any kind to the
SAMUEL HILL, Agent,
19 New Montgomery Street,
Grind Hotel Building, San Francisco.
Snut for Cirrmlmrm mnd ammplem of
tlt tcork. Active Agents temnted in
Feb. 1 tUwlv
I!r TE RICHATT3
AftT ten Tern,' trlnl n thin Co&t has
jf diMt-mHcM vtmiaH Vti Ly miuical r-t titioxi
cr at lrn'onible.
Dr. L5 Eicbaa's GOLDEN BALSAHKo.1
eren Chnnrr llrrt nn I pmnfl n-i:j . Sen snri
the Lrgn or b.-ilj-: s :v l.ur, I'vikXim-, ic;
C npor-eol'ir -.1 fl Mi n, frpliil-.ttn CuinrTli.
Pineaned B.i!p. fco.t nil primrrv tom-n i.
rli.tease tn wa is ;"iliil.s. l uce, ii j.r l ut
tle, or tw.i tr J J.
Dr.LeEicWs G'LIETJ EALSAII F.a.2
niM T'rtiarr, M-r-nrinl, Pj-plii'.itic Itl-.r-nma.
tim. !"ninn in the lloum, 1's. kot IheXr. k. 11.
ceratrd Soro Thro if, K-yrJ.il.iie l:i sb, I.utnw
and ' mtr.K-t.':t c ir.ln. Mui'mis et ib ).lt:.lm,
and emdicat. ntl iIih-hm-h Irnm tlmiyMn,
vhothcr c-.iw 1 by ;:iii:.--r ii; n or i-i.ii--" ol
mcT.-urr l -avint tlie hi d 1 moanu bml-hy.
Price, 0 per bjtUr, or two U r ;8.
Di. Ls lahi'i SFAIIIEH AN-
tilote, for lh Cum i f (l ours Tim it (iirt. Irrt
tAtiitii, Gravrl. tul rll li iiity r icnital
disarrjn omenta. Iri ', Jj.r i rtvittlc.
Dr.LeRto's GOLDEIf SP.K1SH IS-
jetton, a wssh ami injr tSn f r r-vt re rpw
of (inn.irbiajr, lnflaimr1 ;T Hlv t, Sirr' i:rr r,
snl ait tlisaws vt the tml 1 :lititr.
Pri(o, $1.50 p.-r bnttltf.
A!m Areata f r BR. IS BICTTAP? rCTIIj
TILLS "r S'miual V'-clnt. KijV. I in jr.
t rir. Imp it-ncy. an1 r.ll il;; i h imsir;; tri jn
ji't l).)ttc. Tho niiitin Oululu B...ai in
;mt up onlv in r iri-rt Vi.-t'Vs.
On ivv-ipt of iiri"', Uirftn Tnl-irc "wnH
li" nitt to all jMirt. t the country, Iit exrr
r mail, favun-ly pai-ked and Irtro from oLm-j-vtitn.
C. F. RICHARDS k CO
Tt"hU and IVUil InipitU and
t"h-nii8. 8 W. ror. Cly it Snmome
BtrectAf S&a 1 riuicitocA, Cal.
(Successor to Czatovage A Wright,)
. Coffee, Tea,
Lime and Salt,
C3S" Ascnl fir Imperial Fire Inxnrancc Co.,
CoMMEiu-iAi. Street, Salkm.
SALEM FLOURkNG MILLS.
Iteat Family Flour,
Baker's Extra, XXX,
Superfine nnd '
91lddlinar, Strun nnd Short
CONSTANTLY OX HAN I).
Car HIGHEST P1UCE IS CASIIjya
PAID FOR WHEAT
AT ALL TIMES.
B. C. KISXET,
AgeiU S. F. M. Co.
GF.O. H. Jon Eft
Heal Ksuue I
J. M. PAJTI-J:f i
t Notary i":ili;io.
JONES & PATTERSON,
Real Ette Brokern, Imurnne nnd
Opeba House Block, Salkm, Oi:w,k.
ET'Ctty property h iiifthl awl sold.
HOUSES and STOKES I.E. 1.S7.YJ.
Farms and Wild Land Ihr Pale.
X3T Specta! attentlim given to Financial.
Negotiations, Conveyancing, and (;EN Kit A I.
AGENCY BUSINESS. .
5 AND 10 ACRE lotn wlililn mieml'e of tho
Cuurt Jloute i rich oii ; jut. goo iu J1I4I
THOMAS H. REYNOLDS,
BEAI.Ei: IN REAL ESTATE, SALEM,
W9 Ortijcon. Kuucial atteniion (tiveu to Ihe
collection of accoiiuu, rents, Ac.
t. 6TITZEL C. C. WAY. A. TAVI.OK.
Real Estate! Real Estate!
JACOB KTITZIX A C1.,
REAL ESTATE AM) MONEY fSIEI
kern. Room? on lirnt Itoor crner Front
ainl Waihinrln ntreetJi, PortlniKl, Oriton,
will attend lo the fale and urcba'-e of real
e-ta'e In all rv-irtK oforvpin. !-ie-lal atten
tion iriven lo ihe sale ol lnrniing land.
At.rll in. diivu.
GF.O. H. JOM.s:
J. M. rAlTKHMOM
JONES & PATTERSON,
RE.IL ESTATE, INSURANCE.
Icrn SIoiikc ISIork,
CwT A Ken tion I ( ailed to the following-
Dvwrrtpllona of Property
fl JVO ACRES 21 miles north of Sherl
ntfJiii dan. Yiunhlll :onntv, a choice.
lanm rwb noil, (muter fence: KiOai-reii
In cultivation ; h n- and Inrn and Mn.illor
chanl ; ad prairie ex.-en.- enough of tlmlicrfor
wood ; ulTereii very' cheap anil ou easy ternw.
TM AtTtESone-half niPe' nonthof R. R.
J"- depot at Salem; will aiuleil lor gar
dening; price 50 per acre.
K. AND 10 ACRE loin within one mile or
J the court Iioiims; rlcli toil; price fmio
JlnO ier acre.
t tfl At'v:s Tour milen north of Salem;
M.J7 M11.1II improvements; land well
located and f" nie line liuiler; pric 10 per
At "RES. 4 nil'es wtuh of Salem;
XX know n as ihe John Mlnto fi,rm ;
well improved ; price, -liberal terms.
O 3 fl ACRES Ii, I'o'k county: 4 mile n
JcTt wnfSd'iiii: ia.-reHln cultiva
tion; Kood sto k water and raintc; price (15
ACRE. in Polk county,4 nille from
Salem ; well iiniiroveit ; price $i")U
ACRES H mile" n of Salem: !
a.-ron In culiivntlon : eoml houxe
nnd Imrn and line orchard; well watered;
ACRES near Sulillinltv. IS miles e
Jr of halem ; all well fenced, with
(rood stock water ; price, $5 iier acre.
"I "S tfi-TE In IVlk connty, 1J mllen w
B my? "C N-ilero; tmprovenientn good; 30
acre-- in ciiitivalion ; price fc,uuu.
Gfa ACRES 7 mllenomhnf Salem; all
&9W under fence; ftoodtiarn and honi
considerable Improvement; price 111 per
a.:re. In inantl!ie& to stilt purchasc-rit.
T ACRES 15 milen north eat of Sa
Jt'jt' lem, ou Abiqiia creek; 75 acren
In eiilitvatlnn : rKxl range, well wateretl;
price 11 per acre.
"1 fS ACRES of lamll mllen northeanf of
-IvPlj' Silverton, wilh Saw-mill on prem
ises; jn-k-e flioo very uheax
.3 "fl 4 ACRES6mllcnorthetofSalem;
dt JLtoT 1'iO a. re in cultivation; pil
raiifce, well watered aud pood orchard; piice
U ir acre.
irACRr$ 13 miles east ofSalem;
OtJVr Himll improvementii; prlcef;w.
r9,C9t ACRES 4 milee northea-l of Sil--MAP
veoon: Taluatlle farm ; well lin
procd ; (rood new bonne and barn; lOOacn-K
In cultivation ; price tlouo ; term eai-v.
nTI A' RES hall mile went rfSalem; near
9AW lerry landing; well Imnt-nvcd; pri.--l0
g4 k ACi; ES elKhl milton nout h of Salem,
J IS 1 on the staw roail. 40 a., re under
cultivalion : nearly all umli-r f. iv e; ordinarv
hoie and barn ; good young orchard ; prv-e
ACRES three mllen nooth-eax of s
OnJ lem, on mill ereekroaiL All tin Ur
fence and In cnltivation ; huiiM-,-irvl Imrn in a
dei'iralHC location ; a barfratn ; price flui.
lfl ACRES one mile nouih-weor Sa
lem. In I'olk eounty. All un-ter-fi-iice:
a i a-.res in r.ultivation ; una 1 1 bonne
an-l lam ; jtoihI yoimc or-hanl ; very de-i ra
hU hvaiioii for sartlcniiur iiurponen; nrlce
KOCSE and lialf bio. k In Jones' addition;
It story house well tinl.lieland frroandn
well iinproviH.; price fiimn
T OTS 8 and , blo,-k 4, Reeds addition, va
JlJ cunt ami line location; prioef ISO.
I.IVTS In South Salem, near nchool houae ;
HtiCsEaiid 1 lotn In Kolert' addition ;
lc!.m;lup lo M. It. Moore; jri.- l.ii(i.
ESIPKXCK ef U 8. IHar. on Capital St.;
fez price l iUH.
V l)TS 5 and ts, block 2.V on Chnnh ftreel ;
bA vat-ant; price J.'iOti.
BltlCTv Htore. north end SarVej-'n hlm-.k ;
lirc-pr.H; H ri.in.i ou Nocond floor;
P" I lirk-t n'aivlioiinr; prloi iijUO.
t 1XVTS in Allmnv, hear the court hounn
wit irice7w; liu-iui e of Thomas M.mtelih,
fi B'. an'' " " Eront street, near bu-
J. lues.- jsiit or the clM : now occupied li
Mr.J. U Stai key; prke moo.
TJJJlll SKand lot, S.Mith Snlem: nearresi
UO. ilen.-eof II. wens; house nurhimtied ;
rytH Iteiillni; nu Inxlnar or mil
A kln-ls o propertv, Cnllts-iiou vf Ckihius
Convejancinj.-, Ac, will receive promit al-
Ci" Eor further Informnrlon addrem.
JON ES ft PATTERSON,
'A Favorable Notorletj .- The ;onl rej -ntation
of "Bnows's BaoxratAL Thoch kh''
for tbe relief of Coojrhn, Col.U, nod Throat
Dtneaaea. hat riven them a favorable notork-i v.
(iOOD . i: XV !
Durham's Instant Relief!
CVS RK OHT.lN:i AT
I, W. SOUTHER'S Drug Store.
1X3 Irwlkt., I'rtl,
in-on pnh--e nold lo lipnt wlvanuige In
Portlaud or san Kranclmw. lealer In
CALIFORNIA & OREGON
UEO. n. r. SWAIM,
GENERAL AUCTION EER.JDal'an, Oie
(Ton. UKFICK In lUpubl.c m hoi Whrr.
Mill street. Oniern noltciled. AH bninea
promptly atleudcdto. ma; Sf