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8UM. WIM 1)A JCtYlJ. IWt
Tho Democracy having nbandoned
tu orgauizHtiou, its watchwords and
it principles, on the "lay out" of
anything to beat Grant," what almll
be said of their object mid uhns?
They have a thonsamUkwsJenownowl
tlie policies imitated In tfie Cincinnati
pktfonn as poftflcal lietestes, if noth
ing Worse 1 uk hitoe as often declared
n rwstrve terr3 that tliey conkl never
hfiue&Iy mpport any man holdingnch
Vic-. Trie Liberal Republicans who
Veal In the GreWrey reform nwve-
TTieiit, have each ami all supported.
'till within a very recent date, all the
principle! of the Republican party, its
policies and acts, and the Jhi in Ut ra
tion of President Grant. ' TO leader
among these men have defended Grant,
till very recently, agafott the same
charge they now retsetnte, and have
commended him for the very things for
which they now arraign him. Can any
fair-minded mfta, 'under this state of
lacU see what occasion they had for
their euikteit reversil of front, i-ave
that, under Grant's administration,
they had Dot the opportunities they de-
fired for patronage, power and plun
der? Can anybody see what aim the
late Democracy has in tlie Greeley
movement, save to get nt public plun-
'tier ? They are confessedly not seek
ing 'lie application in tlte admiuUtrti-
tlon of public affairs, of Democratic
principles ; and they do not claim that
their candidate is in any sense a I)e m
ocrat. Tbey are frozen out from office
or spoils under Grant's firm and con
slatetit administration. Is it not clear
that tliey trust through Greeley's plia
bility and eccentricities la politics to
come in for an equal chance at.or even
the lion's sliare of. tlie richness that
flows trom the public treasury ? There
was not a single person or fact con
nected with the Cincinnati Convention
tliat does not warrant the conclusion
that it was prospective plunder and not
reforms of abuses, which animated the
movers. And the same Is true of Bal
timore. Plunder was what led all
tliesc men away from their old and
natural landmarks and into an unnat
oral political association, for which
tliere is no more appropriate designa
tion than '"The Plunder-Gang."
There Is an Immense deal of "De
portment." just now, among tlie Demo
cratic newsapers. The Herald bowed
enthusiastically the other day, to the
decision ot tlie Baltimore Convention.
And now comes the Albany Democrat
and bows obsequiously and calls it '"the
sublimest patriotism." The Benton
Democrat also bows and admits tliat
it lias landed on the otlier side of Jor
dan, "flie Rubicon," it says, "flows
behind us." It might Imve said also
that "tlie Styx flows just before us,"
and "after that, the Lethean stream."
We shall, we suppose, witness a eu
eral bowing ol all tlm rest of the news
papers and tlie sturdy fellows of un
changeable, eternal principles, who
run in the grooves of the politician.
"Deportment" is i.ow tlie order of the
ilav. Tlie Keoubiicans propose to
te ich these fellows how to dance, also.
A TEACH KB I?t ClASMFICATIOJI.
Robert Toombs, a veteran Democrat,
Instructs Democrats how to classify
tlit'inves. lie says: "Show me a
man that tried to make a party of the
negroes, and I will show you a Greeley
man. Show me a Bullock man that
has turned Dcmoeraticand I will show
yon a Greeley man a thief that has
robbed the State, and I will show you
a Greeley man. Show me a State road
lessee, and I will show you a Greeley
man ; but sliow me an honest man.and
I will show you an antRireeley man.'i
We commend this mode of classifica
tion to tlie Democracy hereabouts.
Since about tlie time ot well,, longer
than we can remember in a minute
tlie overland mails liave been sent us
by way of Idaho and the Columbia
river. We nnderstand that fefibrts
liave been made to have them sent by
Sacramento, but the agent who has
jurisdletltn of such matters, out on the
railroad, don't seem to care two cents
hfhr Oregon mails so right or
wrong, lie promises to correct tlie
matter, and then straightway goes and
don't do it. In bis case, we think a
little "civil service reforoV? or rotation
in office would do him good.
Tills Is the way the Albany Demo
crat eats dirt : "While we would have
personally preferred candidates more
In accord with the past history of our
party, we yet believe U la our duty to
abide by the unanimously expressed
choice of our national Convention, and,
throwing aside our personal prejudices
clicerfully support the nominees which
J it presents for our suffrages." That
rfoea sound cheerful don't it? Almost
a blithe as a luueral dirge. "Can
didates more in accord with the past
history ot our party,", is good. -
AVe see now and theu a man who
says he is going for llorace Greeley ;
but we have yet te see the first Repub
lican who announces any such Inten
tion. There W no enthusiasm. Those
who declare for Horace speak of their
intended TleparRrre" sort of Joke
of which they are, themselves, tlie butt;
and tlie bystanders generally applaud
with a jeering "A-a-h!"
When Mart. Brown heard the news
ot Greeley's nomination "dead sure.
he says his thermometer instantly in
dicated 9.758 -ubove tbohotness of tlie
middle kettle of Pluto's dominions."
Hereafter, Mart, may be considered,
pre-erninentlv, the "red-hot" Greeley
man of Oregon. Such a thing to hap
pen lo July,! Mart-, we feel sorry for
you ! we do," 'pon ' honor. The poor
orptian ! '
Vau Cleve ot the Register has faith
In the election of Grant. He offers to
sell the Register one year for six dol
lars payable If Grant It elected ; or, fl
Greeley be elected he will give a re
ceipt in full without asking the sub
scriber a "scad." Same terms that
Oregon goes for Grant, 1,500 majority
An exchange from a neighboring
town asks, "shall our city be taxed
$4,000 a year without any equivalent
whatever?" We should say to tliat.
it would be an unpardonable waste of
money when lor a bit you can buy an
The value of direct importation of
dry goods to tlie Pacific coast is esti
mated at more than 100,000,000 an
nua II v. It is clear we do not manu
facture enough ; nor are we economi
The nerald says that tlie nomination
ot Greeley has destroyed a'l tlie antag
onism there was between Ki publican
ami their old enemies. 1 i thai cum'
we want to know wliat ti.e Herald 1
hanging away at we 'nns tor ?
It 1 stated that Sc-.iator Wilson wil
ctiiva tlte Southern States in beli:i
of the Republican ticket this full.
The Mercury and several "stuffed"
eoi respondents ot other Democratic
pajHjrs, have been engaged for the last
two weeks in publishing outrageously
vile slanders about the ieople of Sa
lem ami Marion county. The sub
stance of their representations is that
the jurors who sat on Sam May's cases
were bummers, partisans, packed jury
men, pctjnred, etc.; that they were se
lect with a pre-arranged purpose to
clear lite accused ; tliat some of them
at Vast sought tlie place, and lied
wlien they said that they had not
formed an opinion ; and much more ot
similar purport. They affirm that
May was cleared by the efforts of wr
tian Republicans. Nothing could be
more thoroughly false. The regular
panel of jurymen were selected In the
usual way thirty-one men drawn by
lot from a list of one hundred citizens
of the county. The panel was a good
average jury of Marion county. They
were drawn for tlie trials in the usual
way. After the panel was exhausted,
the jurymen were selected, as we tie-
lieve, without any knowledge as to
how they felt in regard to conviction
or acquittal. Many of them were
summoned from tlie bystanders hi the
court room, in the presence of tlie
Judge and Prosecuting Attorney. The
first jury acquitted by an unanimous
vote, without discussion. Three only
of the second jury were for conviction
on the first ballot, without, discussion.
On tlie third tral. eleven voted for ac
quittal on the first ballot, again, with
out discussion. These juries would
coHqiare favorably for standing in the
community, intelligence, incorrupti
bility, and all tlie essential qualifica
tion of jurymen, with any similar
number of men in any county in the
State. There were many men among
them whom we know personally and
know them to be trusted, respected
and esteemed, by all their neighbors
whose word is as good as any mail's
What had the Republicans to do
with the trial? Sam May was arrested
at tlie instance of Gov. Grover, a Dem
ocrat, and brought here from Salt
Lake bv Foudray, a Democrat. The
indictments were all drawn by X. L
Butler, Prosecuting Attorney, a Dem
ocrat. The first batch were dismissed
by Judge Bonham, a Democrat. The
three later ones tried, were tried before
Judge Bonham, and the five dismissed.
were dismissed by Judge Bouham
It strikes us, the whole thing was run
by the Democratic-ring of Salem. The
ring members are now very mad ; not
halt so much because Sam May was
acquitted as because the anair was
fruitless as a political campaign ex
pedient. The attempt now to throw
odium upon the jurymen who tried
the cases, is prompted by maliciou
rage at the failure of the Democratic
scheme, and is as disgraceful to tlte
parties making the effort, as it is out
rageously unjust and fal-? in respect
of the character of the jurymen.
THE OSE TERM PRIM IPI.E.
The L beral Republican party
composed of two classes, those who de
sire olllce, and those who desire pat
ronage. The leaders ol the party be
long to the latter class ; the rank and
file to the former, lio'h c asses en
dorse the one term principle, but those
already holding office stick like leeches
to their. positions from one term to an
other, while those who expect office
under the in w dispensation, expect a
life tenure when once in power. II
the one term principle is good for the
office of President, is It not equally
good for the ofllee of Senator? If a
President is tempted by the prospect
ota re-election to sell the power In-
trusted to him, during his first term, is
the temptation less for a Senator or
Representative to do the same thing?
II Trumbull believes in the one term
principle, why does lie except a sec
ond? If Sumner is honest in his
views of the one term doctrine, why
does he serve from term to term, and
thus prove by his practice.
d ise he would prescribe for others he
is not willing to swallow himself? Be
fore we accept tlie teachings ol these
liberal philosophers, we most see some
evidence on their part, that they really
practice what they preach. If a man's
service should be limited to one term
while President, the same limitation
should apply to every office. If the
principle is good applied to one ofllee
it is good applied to all. Bot the prin
ciple is defective. No law should pre
vent the people, if they so desire, from
electing an officer to serve them for as
many terms as they may wish. If the
people discover peculiar fitness In an
officer, they ought to have the right to
retain his services. The whole thing
is hi the bands of the people. If they
liave a laid man in olllce the shortest
term is too long. If tliey have a good
man, tlie longest terra is too short.
Confine a President to one term, and
you prevent a good man from contin
uing a service that the majority know
to be of value to the nation. There Is
not an instance Ui our past history,
wliere a weak, incapable or corrupt
President has been re-elected. On tlie
contrary the very best men have been
thus honored, and the second term
was characterized by improved wis
dom, the result of larger experience,
and a natural desire to be worthy of the
renewed confidence of tlie people. The
Administrations of Washington, Jef
ferson, Madison. Monroe and Jackson.
furnish abundant proof of the value of
continuing in office tried and compe
tent men. The first term of President
Grant, has, thus for, shown him to be
able, honest and economical. The
people liave had l.iith in him because
they have felt tliat he has done his best
to promote the general welfare: and
because they have confidence in his
patriotism, they desire his re-election
The people are the best judges of who
shall serve one term. Their verdict
will be tliat two terms under Grant
will be better for the nation than one
term tinder Greeley.
Tony, of tho Enterprise, announces
Ihe Baltimore nominations with a
'breezy afar of dieerfulneM which makes
,n j .
iony, me oeuruck. mio-
crat ; Tony, tho unflinching and "eter-
rial" Democrat ; Tony, the Big Brave
t the Canyon, don't "bow to tlie de
cision of the (Baltimore Convention,'
like tlie most of tlie other Bed
rock chiefs ; he don't "acquiesce ;'
he don't "yield ; ' he "KLrxus
to the bkeeze," the names
ot Horace Greeley and B.
isrown. .a oiinng less oemonsrraiive
una airy tlian that would at all ex-
press the enthusiasm which now
"busts" forth from Tony's Ink bottle.
The "shtyle ol him," this week leads us
to doubt whether it was Tony or Til ton
who discovered the Greeley-Brown
ticket.' ' " '' . f 1
Tlie Deinocratlo Era don't -enthuse
uueh over tlie nominations at BalU-!
nore. It does uot hoist the Greeley-
snitz ticket. It wants to know if the
juattiuiore delegate did not "overstep
their judgment'' and allow "their zeal
to get away with their reaon." It
says tliat Greeley is uot only "not a
Democrat," but was nominated only
u account ot avauauuuy n
thinks, even if his election would put
. i . .
a stop to the "enormous lruiiu.s
charged against the present Adminis
tration that, even this ;'U not a snfli-
clent Inducement, lianUJ, for the Dem
ocracy to surrender up existence and
the principles that are sacred to every
patriot." It goes on to say : "If
principles were not forfeited, and all
hope of the party being resuscitated in
the futur being shut out, there would
certainly be no objection to Greeley, but
as it is, with a clear loss of nil that i
desirable, there is an objection which
Is very strong and which must he ad
mitted by all." All this sounds dolor
ous enough, certainly, and bodes no
very cordial support of the great Chap-
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The Eugene Guard, Democratic, has
taken in a new supply of Passivism.
It don't propose to lire it gun till it
c in see what tlie game is and whether
it is likely to lie worth the powder. It
says : "Ihe long-standing assertion oi
tlie Republicans that 'the Democratic
party is dead' is at length a verity. It
committed suicide at Baltimore on the
10th iust. The rank and file will nev
er rally again under the present lead
ers." Of the LibeniW;iiH'innati-Dem-oeratic-Baltimore
pla'.l'orm, it says:
It is for the most part annrrnignmriit
of Grant's administration and a string
ot generalities too indefinite for dis
tinctive principles many of which are
as opposite to the time-lionored princi
ples of Democracy as Judaism to Chris
tianity." Concluding its article on the
Baltimore Convention, it says : -We
have eaten dirt at the bidding of Con
ventions lonsr enonirh. AVe shall
CONTINUE AS HEliETOFOKE TO ADVO
CATE Democratic principles."
These utterances and such as we
have lieretofore quoted frwii the Dem-
oeratie 'Era. of East Portland.nndoubt-
edly indicate the opinions and feelings
ef a larmi per cent, ot c Oreiron De-
mocraev. Unless the campaign take
some new turn, they will, like the
jtiard. remain passive, and continue
1j advocate Democratic principles."
The Greeley-GrntT: enthusiasm is so
intense at Eugene that when the ieo
ple heard the other morning of a petty
burglary of a provision store, up town.
they fell to discusing that and forgot
all about II. Q., It. (lr.it B., tlie Cin
cinnati Convention, white liats, etc.,
till next day.
The Albany Iiemocrat facetiously
calls tlie new "departure'' of the late
ly stiff-backed lAmiocratic newspapers
"Wheeling into Line." Wouldn't it
be nearer the correct thing to call it
'Tumbling backward down stairs?"
CHIPS FROM OIAPPAQI A.
Drop) of Coiitolnlloil for uira
oerolsj nit do not Take liiiMily l4
Kvery one wlto chooses to lire ir
pugilism or gambling or harlotry, with
nearly every keejierofa iipplinghotu
is politlctilly a Dontocr.it. llorace
If there were not a newspaper nor :
common school in the country, tlie
Democratic party would be far strong
er tliau it is. Horace Greeley.
The essential, articles of tin? Derm-
cratic creed are love rum and hate nig
gers. Tlie less one learns and knows.
the more certain oe Is to vote tlie reg
ular ticket from A to Izzartl- Horace
We thereupon asked our contempo
rary to state frankly wbetfier ibr liik-
filtsts black-legs, thieves, bnrgl.trs,
eepers of dens of prostitution, etc..
etc... .were not almost unanimously
Democrats. Horace Grecle-y.
To smoke i a Democratic: rirtne : to
eliew is tliat virtue itenifie(l ; to drink
mm is that virtue in the superlative.
A purely selfish interest attaches tin?
lewd, ruffianly, criminal, mid danger
ous classes to tlie Democratic party
This would amonnt to six in a bed.
exclusive of any other vermin, for ev
ery Democratic eonch in the State of
ew lork, including those at Sing
Sing and'Auburu. Horace Greeley.
The brain, tlie heart, the soul of the
present Democratic partv is tlie rebel
element at the South, with its North
ern allies and sympathizers. It is reb
el at tlie core to-day.... It would come
lnt0 Pw ?'ilh the Imte, the ehagrii
the wrath, the mortification of ten bit-
ter years to impel and guide its steps
. hatever cuastisement may be
deserved bv our national sins, we must
hope that this disgrace and humiliation
will be spared us. Horace Greeley
Grant and his policy deserve the
highest credit. Horace Greeley.
and lle never he.-Horace Gree-
i ucucii it iw ircifcr wen waicti
nl n.Mnt 1i.a I I . .
I hold our Government bound, bv
its duty of protecting our citizens i.i
their fundamental rights, to pass :nn
enforce laws lor the extirpation of th
execrable Ku Klux conspiracy ; and it'
it lias not the power to do it. then 1
say our government is no government
but a sham. I, therefore, on even'
I proper occasion, advocated and jtisti-
I . . .-. ..,,, ..... i 11.
lieu lire nu xyiua hci. j. iioiu it,
caii v desirable tor tlie South : and if it
docs not prove stroneenouch to pft'-t
purpose i noiie k win be made
1 . o. .
stronger aud stronger. Horace Gree
, So many millions paid off each moid h
are to General Grant's administration
what Union victories on lianl-totiht
fields were to Mr. Lincoln's. The fact
stated by tlie President, that the an
nnal bunlen of the debt is now seven.
teen millions less than it was when he
Inaugurated, is a perfeit Vicksbunrt
his supporter. Horace Greeley. la.t
From Do (l; of Saturday, Jnt'j 13.
liov. Grover has appointed I. Rislev, E).,
Police Commissioner, xUx tngeiie tempie,
.An cx-soMier named Ilocanlt van found
drowned in Ilie Willnnietle river nt Portland.
Thursday, the lltlt. He ha la lialnt of falling
Into the river and being lixlidl out.
The Jarndyce and J.irndve suit the C'a
rmlier'n claim care has broken out asnin at
t'oriland. It is (rood for the fen remaining
years of this century.
Miss Kinma (Ultncr. of Portland, recently
(tradnated nt Ihe Baltimore Keamle Culleae.
with distinguished honors.
Portland is to have another school houteat
a cost ol J1I,11S.
A loving and gentle attack on a hiiKband,
withlOT Tittle hatchet, i-iwsa Por land wo
man & and cosi8.
Mrs. A. J. IntuiUHv arrived at San Francis
co en route for home July Hlli.
The Ortgouian says the Democrat ic otli.-er
of I'lHU-opcouuly ri'luou Iokivc up to their
Uopuoii -iin ancctuwn'fc.
The tug-boat at Astoria has rout this year,
over . 12,1)00 for alotage, tonage, etc
There ha been a matrimonial application
at I lie t;lerk9 otnce.Mulinnniuh county, eerj
dav in July. Whew I what a Umc for marry
ing. A Mr. Itlnman of Ochoco lias been Muffing
the Albany ltel-uen Willi Ul Ocliivo steer
meat. He llnds Ihe trade go .d; the Albani
an find the meat good, and they are therelore
very weet on one another.
The City Council of Corvallis has ordered a
Are engine from sun Francisco.
The Democrat savsit ha-cost Linn county
Ihe pat year 1..V.".I it lor keepl.ig pauper
and poor persons.
At the Alliany races the other dav, a mare
called "Triile" c;ime oui a trifle ahead, mak
ing a tingle dash of one mile In l:-tHJ.
The grain harvest has liegun in Uenton
I're-klcnt 3!. L. Arnold, of Andrew Col-k-.-e,
Tennessee, has accepted t lie Presidency
oi'Corvallis College, and In exiiected to arrive
here by the middle of August.
Tlict'orvallU Democrat says: Large num
bers of iiersotiH are passing ihrotigli our loM u
auno.-! daily, on a trip to the llay.
The debt or I.Ian county is $13,."4'2.
Ill on.; id' the upper cow counties,! he women
plav draw-poker on the beads of husbands
trhocome home drunk. The latterlv iusiant
Iv throw up llielr hands.
The Albany Register is going to have a new
Tiiylor steam press. Van Is going it.
From JJailg of XumUvj July 14.
Vivian lias made an engagement with J. 11
TMiiiison, the veteran actor, logo to Vloiovia
iw urulivsioual visit.
Mr. tieo. B. Ws'.dron "eft for San Kranciivo
liv tins .ne-.um r oi Ut evening to enae tlie
iiTrical talent lot- next tall and winter, lie
will oivii the .Ni'.em Opem House, early in
Mieriilan, Yamhill county, is mid to be be-di-vlle.l
by a regularly organized gang of bur
glars. The house of Charles McDonaM, Polk '.,'e-.,
mils Inrg'.ariztxl liiet Sun-lay nig.'il.
JixLre Haley. f Peoria, a lew days ago
sheared a yearling C'oUwold aud the llcccc
oiueu ."j poumis.
Jiast Portland paid the enormous sum ol
Z12 titi lor tttreot iuiprovemonts during Ihe
The Daras KeimbVican savs: Peven-.l mr
tTxnaru buvir.g cattle In our coiintv, to be
driren cast ot the mountains.
A small bov. a son of Mrs Strelbi i. of Port
Itari, fell. Ilea 1 Urst, ina well thirty-two feet
dc?A, Ihe other lav. A woman, with a small
corn, laised him lialf wav out when the isiy
dwuiH-d. He was subsMiuentlv ilrawn out
wene ihe worse fur wear, except a lew
dies ou one of his arms.
From hully of Tiieslwj Jit'y 10.
-Jacksonville has fleas and lieu-bugs in
utiK.inc.aiKe. eud on your oivers.
R. II. 1 Jio-iii, Esq., t'oniilv Clerk e!e t i
Yxnil-i'l c-rtinty, has put up in his olli.-e a n.-
ii.se all his rs nmsi ic paid ui aJvanc-
Titai s busii:e-s.
Jilr. S;raliau iuforms the Caretle that h
wit 1 de :inc laking his seal In the Oreiron Sen-
ice. which Ihe JJeiinvrats gave him two years
Amity merchants are fussing over the post
oaice. Tlie ileaili of Uou. V. VV. Jirown cre-aie-l
a vaciiuT. O. E. tietcbcil seems tohave
ll.c h a u
A little prl, 'Uuliter of an enii.rr.int ju-t
nmveil in Va.oeimiiy, uji.s liiueu tiy a raf
tlesnnke la--t week. As sfKm as tlie la.-t wns
knimn the jiarem.s sn.-ki'il the virus lrmn itie
wouwinn 1 iiili-l t'nei-lilld wl.li nliisky, ami
sl;e simiii re.-.iA'ere I.
The tra.-k on ihe West SMe lias tx-en 'al I ti
.1 jMimt three ntiie..- nlmve Kurest ,ri'e. 'Mie
iiiilinlitii.ies are tlini the oar- ill lie niiiiiiny;
iliii'v in lls VniivSi il river liy $eicmlicr lsi.
nn Jiwi li I InnUer ifi ninritn 1 ln r-!i i.iirfim
ou lnianl the Jului I,, stfjihi.-ns wlti.'ii salient
Inr l'ort:aii. inu Ntn r raiii-.l-i'.ii ua NtLnrauv
Hifc-l-li-betrv je is the latest luxurv In I
Dne Irs. ( ;.nnkllii. of IN-ori.i, Unn .-oi:n y, j
on Ihe 1-t iiist.,iive birth to three Utl ies.
At .-i a vnimisaii wereaiivvaiiibloii $ ei. i
Orti;o.i licuib ihe wnr-.il lurornps.
A cimiji e nf I sirva'hs -trls vj-l:ts-t Portlan! ;
Us Week. Itliil, .-!. lil-,llt. su'.llc lllu olllere l .
tlMr niisn ami rrlieviii one il' iln m nt'.s.in in !
eun, j ieiiktale,tiei a bre.i.-i jiin v.nrili Si-j.
Jl-lx'fi lite Ik!j.i;. No. Ill, I , l. V.. will j
irive a f -ili'i cleltiaiiiia fiu -no l-?.;i i August
la cniumi'in uniKin nl the Insiliulimi ui the
I.ixUk. Ui njrer II ennaiiii, ol Uoseburjr, will
4lellver the lira lion.
Jnbo Wnllen lias returned to Jacksonville
fr.-m a H(isnvtinj tour In the moii m u in - ,a m 1
lirtinhi w I i ii iiim -ome iiiiv speviniens nlVni-K-r
ore ami goni-lH'arinK qnarix. He thinks
ilat r.t!n.-ili:e leitps will he i!cve!oie-l and io
caied In the Ijtkc -imitry.
Tite jirnvi-ioij st ore of Harris ltros.. Kurene,
was bui'iaiiet iasl Weilnesilay nlhr, ti the
extent ! a lew Hollars small cliauue anil an
.AtitlU il jinvi-ioas atiil whisky. i
Tlie tiiiloH-iiiirls a synoisis of the rwelpts j
and eiens ol the late relehtiiliini til l'nrt-
ami: Appropriation I'rom Ihe eitv. fl.l.Vl; j
I iv eiilis, niiiioiej from Ihe el uens. il.'iTl li;
total, I.U1 li: amount until tin- intisk-. $1,013
M; lire works, iw 7.": Liuer:y enr, tl7 irt ; I
iiriiiilni;, -tti.iiW: srotiiiilis iiri."i: salines, !
Slid: ,-aniapres, l.i 7j ; refreshments, Sl'.l".;
total, fc2.S4U e7. A Uilance soil remains in
tho liartk, wtiu.li belongs to the C'eleliraiion
- Knnil ami .an he nse.i next, year. There are
alsoalioat JliW worth of materials sulject to
the (Jouioilitee. ia 1S74.
AacffirtU line inrnle to raise morev to
i-iMisinvt a nail 1'rnm Walla Walla to t.raml
ltoiKle. The riad will cast fuO, anil $1,7 mi
un already heeu seeureil.
At the Spittle celebration, tho prives-ion
eomained no lean than seven ijneei:s.M Ther
rould hare hal more, but Ilioli'sKvk of tnytli-ologii-Al
naiiies jatve out.
A writer in Ihe Advocate says Kev. Mr.
Siau)liiu 1i;ip Ivel gootl biice.es.' in his tailors
as a Missionary ninonp the XeitIVr. es. In
less tlinn st year he has riNseive I into the
Church 52o IiMlians, who give h gmnl eriilence
nl btinfr ihoron-'lily iMmvertcJ as other llilks.
The skagi t Inver Kxiloiinjr K lltlon re-ii-i
thai, il-.e k:iii. valley contains hi least
J(W),MO acre- of laud siutab:C for atcricitltiir.il
ami jp-iiiin)- inri.ises, some of which is if
most excel., nl ittHlity, aa-l m arly all wn-iM
lie ratisl tir- -c.a--soil. The valley nnnin lia
tlyaliore llie j;im is perhajis rvventy miles
wi'le aud let very much like the couiui-y be
low. Tlie K.-ho say Hie act nil I debt of Washing
ton Territory Is less than $10,000.
The as'-nieiit of t'owilUcoitnty.W.ishinjr
ton TeiTttnry. 6ir IS72. nmniinls lo Siiri,71t -
uetng more tuaii doub.e that or last year.
Several parlies art) now on tho trtbii!ai1e
ol Ihe laloite above the mines on Jerome
creek. iins;ciinK for suhl, w ith hopes ol ilia
covurliiR ralnabie mines In that locality.
Timothy Dillon was aociilen'a'ly rlrowneil
from the steamer Comet, in White river. W.
T on the id last.
Th grain croji this year In Montana will lie
the largest, and lie--t ihat evr has liecn pro
duced hi the Territory.
faptain Lovejoy, i ho for (he past ixtecn
year- has resided on Whi lliv's i and. died
f-aturdav, July Ctb, of enlargement of llie
The Ifc'toe tamlanl saiti : Krnm Ihe Crier
Weiscrwe li arnlhat the crops are IihiMi )r
very well, and ever bodv is In gwsl health
All addition of one hundred acre is soon to
he adilcil to Ulyin)ila.
Anoth t four-oar jil boat race fc to.Mimi- off
al oi mpia.
On the Kmnth of .Inly, a: Kwiri'e. two jiov
noisinet w il h everea.vi.(eii;s. s. me IhmiiIis
nent oil' accidentally and shot, in the month,
two young men named Hill niaI Mills. Be
I leg smashii.ft In leetli, hnlh were lifidlv
liurued, ami one of Hill's jaw were broken.
8innll j hn limken out In a fomilv
nanieil Cimnhell. nt I nnm m i-k l lju-ki'
"'minty, Wa-hingtnii TerHtory. jseveral of
mc uiiniy nave nun it, out in a mild lorm.
The Utah Northern Kailrnarl Is linilillnt:
riHdly into Molilalia. Twentv-flve miles are
already cnopleteil, It connects with Uie Cen
tral 1'avlllc at Bear river crossing.
Sheridan one day when coming back
irom snooting with an empty bag. Hid
not like to iro home coinoietelv emntv
handed, aud seeing a number of ducks
ui a ioiia, tinu a lartner jeaning on a
rail watching them, lie said: "What
will you take for a shot, at the ducks?
"Well," he said, "I will take half a
sovereign."' Done," said Sheridan,
and he fired into tho midst. -ot the
ducks, killing a dozen., "Tin afraid
you have made a bad bargain,'" said
blieridaii. '"Well, J don't know,"
said tne man, "tliey wem t mine."
Strikes are becoming very numerous
tust now in England. Xot only are
the day laborers strikinj:, but the
bouses servants are beginning a sim'tl-
nr movement. Tbey ask for an in
crease ot wages, liaif.iioiiday every
other Sunday, tla-ir working hours to
be from 6 until 10 o'clock. The but
lers and gentlemen's servants also
threaten a strike.
v nac wouiti von uo it mamma
lMMtld die?" askeil a lady with whom
we have tlie honor of an intimate ac
quaintance, of a little three-year-old
girl that we wouldn't take a hundred
uoiiars lor. "Well, mamma," was
t.lw melancholy response, "I s'pose 1
suotuu nave to spank myseltr -
"Johnny, where is your oa ?" "Gone
fishing, sir." "He was fishing yes-
teroay, was he not?' VYes, sir.
"Wlwt did he catch?" "One cattish,
tlH? rheumatism, two eels, the tooth
aclte and some little one. Ma say lie
wiil catch fits to-day ; but wait till he
rMAJIPIOJSS OF THE RED CBOMi. j
Th Vrisln of tlte Ordr-It Hmwn
in t Hllhirnln - A uriuia urnvr
meat te b OrfalaeU Unt at Mem
bers in Salm.
Sixvears ago Mr. George B. Tay
lor, Esq., tlien ae-tlng as Deputy
Grand Worthy Chief Templar for the
State of California, conceived the Idea
of attaching a more impressive set ol
degrees to tlie Independent Order of
Good Templars. He, therefore, .et
about the work and in u few mouths
perfected, and conferred upon a num
ber of persons all Good Templars a
degree denominated the "Knights of
the Red Cross." The Kight Worthy
Chief Templar of North America, Mr.
Hastings, of W iscoiisiii, being in Cal
ifornia at that time, in attendance
upon the session of the Grand 1-odge
it Sacramento City, Mr. laylor con
ferred the degree upon him, and upon
some twenty delegates in attendance
upon the Grand body. All were liign
lv delighted with tlie new wTrk, aud
xpressed a strong tlesiiv that the new
degree should be incorporated into Ihe
work ot the Good Templar. Air.
Tavlor was elected as a delegate to the
ttiirht Worthy Grand Lodge, but sick
ness prevented his attending, so that
he had no opjiortunity to bring tlie
matter U.-fore the delegate. Several
years now elapsed, when Mr. Taylor
conceived the Idea ot remodelling toe
whole work, and of originating a
A NEW AMI IXPlU-KXlir.NT OltPKK.
With this object in view, lie went to
work, and in a tew mouth.; of severe
labor brought out and organized, at
Kio Vista. California, in April. 13131,
the first Knciiiiipiueut ot Champion? t
1 the Led t -ross. rsevetal others were
organized bv linn in muck succession :
so that at the present time there nreiu
California 30 Knetiniimieiits with a
membership of 2.500. This Otxler. in
California, is reniiirkabiy popular and
has enrolled among its members some
of the most wealthy ami iiillueiiti.il
citizens of the State. It is estimated
that fully one third of the male mem
bers in California are Masons and Odd
Fellows. The Champions tisxnlly
ineet in Masonic and odd Fellows"
Halls throughout the state. Mr. Tay
lor still IHiei hig that the Order illici t
Ik-improved ttinm. ha ara'n: renioil
ehd tlie work, making in it some very
desirable changes ami tiuw u.'ider tl
title of tlie IiideM-iident Cii-iinploiK ot
theKedCro-s H pl uitu -.g tlie work
OlegOU. ThiMefiMiUnr w lli the wr
ill it" n ejit -w in. i inn f -f It tl. il It
is inferior to
- i iui
pre-ive m id ,
dies are ii-l in' i
wiiiie a fill '".
the same pm i-;
We alhtili-l i i i
insurance fe itiiT.
III Oi-toU r i !
pose of tic
enliVClie at Nl'rm
. - I . lle
, id Uiw.. t
"1, rr t i ;
l.-rvnt Ki- 1
vii ii i y it ii ui - I nil i in i i I'lini-i ,i, t
Oii'gon ami Wa-liinctin Territory f'r
the pui'isis- ot org:itiiiug aud li'.stiint- ;
ing a Grand Kiicaiiiiiiieiit. !
n hii b nnv t
lortiieil in i
SAI.EM rilAKTKK MKMlifltS.
We give In-low a list of the names f
our citizens of Nilem and vicinity who
coiistitute the Charter ineuibcrs of si
leni Kiicimptneut. Xo. I!, Independent
Champions of tlie lied Cross: C.K.J
Burrows, Mrs. F. S.. Burrows. Dr. C. j
II. Hall, Dr. D. ray ton, X. U. Bay-'
monil, Kev. I.. L liowland. Mr, ii. j
.1 Rowland. A. T. Yeat Dr. B. S. ;
.ressiip, F. O. Dennis. C. II. Hunter, i
P. H. Hatch. Miss M ittie Graves. MM
Mary Hurley. Mrs. M. J. Artltnr. N.
W. i.eiiion. -las. A Beers. Mrs. Isihel-;
la Towle. Mrs. I jiviu.i Keller. Ir.i Krb,
S. Karrar, .Mrs. .lane J.edlonl. Miss!
Kmnia m:Ui. 1".. F. licit. . M. Gar- ;
rison. Miss Cairie 1. Swain, Geo. S. f
Alien. Cha. I.. Kelhir. D.irid .MeKail-
Jivroii IleXtnv, Jamb I'iuht,
Miss Mary Galleger. and Kate M. .
Yieller. This order will doubtless
prove a gretit success in the ."tate.
i n tel 1 lz.e iter 5 1 sr a Is
The Baptist Society at tK.vnipia lias ,
purchased a -ot on whicli :iie meinliTS 1
propose tv) erect a church iinn'ili;itely. j
The fourth anniversary meeting oft
the Portland Young Men's v.hrWtun !
Association will lie held at tin; Taylnr !
Street M. K. Church tliU iSunTbyi!
evening. , ;
'lite tregou & California Railroad ,
Company has generously i km a toil forty i
acres of laud situated near Caiiby, j
about nine miles south ofOrvgrm City,
to be devoted to eampiuceiing andotli- .
er religious juirposes. t
Iast Sunday four persons nnrteil ;
with the Presbyterian Church. Port- '
The fourth Ojmrterly Meeting of the !
Hall street (Port laud) Methodist '
t;hurch wiil be held .fuly 'i7tli aud,
USth. ' j
A Basket Meeting will lie lield on
tlie picnic grounds at lluhljard's Sta- j
tion, Kock Creek circuit. July 20th ami i
21st. Services at 11a.m. and t r. M , .
on the grounds.aiid r.M.at Whites j
school house. j
The Advocate says; The golden i
wcilding ot Father Vi iliis . Jenkins and I
wife, of GoMendale, V. T., was trie-
brati'd in connection with the glorious i
Fonrtli of July. Tiiis agetl couple are
well known to nianv in Oregon ami ,
Washington Territory. They crossed
the plains m 1S44, and are now enjoy- '
inM gootl health. .
It is advantageous for all. sick or j
well, to mix among strangers. It ;
break up the wearing monotony oj
home lite; breaks up that stagnation ;
of thought, and leeling. and emotion
which ai tends a life of samenew and
AURUTI.l l KAI. M l A I E FAIR.
Thomiiylilitfil Mock t be KxliikKed '
- Itev. Hr. onnoii )iiiieii iliv-.
er the Amiuitl Aililreott Dies ior '
ChkUumt Medals. (
From the Farmer wc got the follow j
ing pnr.iginphs relating to the next
Annual Agricultural Fair:
S. G. Keed, 7-:s i., of Portland, has
tuliliesH'il a letter lo tlie Secretary ol
the State Agricultural Society.aimouii
cing his desire to place on exhibition
at the next State Fair a large number
of his thorhoii",libi el animals, provid
ed he could have stiitah'e accommoda
tion furnished them. The JCxecntive
Committee has informed him that the
liest accommodation-! will he furnished
him and all other stock-raisers who
mav tlesiie to exhibit at the next Fair.
From Mr. Heed's letter we learn that
he contemplates bringing specimens of '
bis Short Horn. Ayrshire mid Aliler
ney cattle. Cofswold and Ieicester
sheep and Berkshire and Essex pigs.'
We leani that an invitation lias been
extended to Uev. Thos. Condon, of the
Dalles, to deliver the Annual Address
before the next State Agricultural Soci
ety at the Fair in September. Vie
hope Jlr. c'oikiom win accept me invi
tation. His long residence iu Oregon,
and hi attainments as a scholar, give
him advantages that few others possess.
Tlie Secretary ot tlie suite Agricul
tural Society informs us tliat Messrs.
Titcomb and Williarn.of an Francis
co, are now making dies for striking
gold and silver medals lor the use ol
the Society, as special premiums and
tliat the first gold medal made will lie
presented to Mr. V. S. VY. Parkhurst,
of San Francisco, for his exhibit of
scales at tlie Fair last, year, iu accord
ance with tlie order of the Board ot
Managers. The dies alone will coc-t
the Society about $250.
To build a worthy and noble charac
ter is like erecting a costly and beauti
ful edifice. There must be first .1 plan
ot tlie whole in the mind of tlte archi
tect, comprising not only the harmony
of proportion and beauty of architec
ture, but also the fitness and adapta
tion of every part to its purpose ; and
theu must follow tlie more mechanical
but no less ltoimral.le toil of placing
brick upoti brick, stone npon stone,
each in its appointed niche, till tlie
whole is completed, and tlie ideal re
alized. A Southern paper advertises as fol
lows : Wanted, at this oflice, an able-
bodied, Ikird-featiired, bad-tempered.
not-to-but-off antl not-to-lie-backed-
down-freklel-facetl yonng man to col
l"ctfor this paper; must furnish his
own horse, saddle-bags, pistols, whis
ky. nowie-Kiiite and cowhide, vtcwiu
furnish the accounts, io such we
promise coustam and laborious em-
THE HOSTILE UAX SACKS. I
SIr.riitiH Hiirbour Interview some
of tlie head men Itls report of wbat
be saw nnd heard.
Mr. Clitus Barbour who went up
ironi Boise City to Camas Praiiic a
few days ago to ascertain the facts con
cerning the hostility of the Bannack
Indians reports tliat he met a large
band of Shosbones under "Dendoy."
and through their friendly agency, ob
tained an interview with some of the
leading Bannacks, though he did not
see "Bannack Jim." The Indians ad
mitted that " Bannack Jim's"' Indians
killed two white men last fall on the
Yellowstone, uear tlie Bozeinan pass,
and took their horses and other proj
erty, which they have in iosse-ion
now. They killed two men near Mur
phy's toll bridge, on the Montana road
and are said to have their horses. It
appears however, in this case, that the
white men fired on them first. They
attacked three men near the Boise City
and Montana road, about 40 miles be
yond Wood river, killing one ot them
and wounding anotlier, the third es
caping unhurt. Here they captured
four horses and their accoutrements.
They have committed numerous lar
cenies of horses along the routes of
their travel, and they now have not
less than fifteen head' of stolen horses
among them. They attempted tlie
wholesale capture of a band of mules
at the crossing of Wood river, which
were being driven through to Montana,
and their conduct shows that they
would have taken the lives of tlie
three men tit charge, but they were
foiled in both endeavors by the friend
ly ollices of Mr. Jas. A. Dempsey aud
"Dendoy" and his hand. They are
also charged by the other Indians with
having committed other murders and
robberies in lonely and liufreiitieiiled
places. Mr. Harbour says "Bannack
.liin" has about six hundred men on
Big Caum Prairie. Dcndoy's band
are friendly. Old "Wiuneniiicca" i
found to have been tamiiering with
the Bannacks and inciting them to hos
tility by working upon their supersti
tions. The Banuat-ks whom Mr. Bar
bour saw, promised that the outrages
EAvrritiv oiti:;oN 001.11 Mir.
Tfte .,!tletiott liiHrlx I.i-le on llie
1 "oe! lie I oosl An old I'roHgteelur
The Mountain Sentinel contains the
following, iu relation to a discovery
which we mentioned a few days since
" Mr. U hit,', a resident of linker
OMia'y. after having sieut alKMtt .1.000
in pro-iiccting iu and near Auhiiru in
tlcit county, lia-iat last, been awardei
with uiijiar.illi-li-d success. Some
time ago lit; discovered a itiart. hsh1
which undoubtedly is the richest i
gold ever discovered on the tta-t. Ii
brief the ordinary ijuartz littn the lode
yieals t-dOO to the ton. but it is the
iHickets iu the siinc wliere the riches
come in. Iu one pocket be seeuret
H.UUO of the precious stulf 111 four
days, and oilier have been struck
much richer. Mr. Stacy, a reliable
gentleman of Auburn, visited the
mines himI stated to onr informant.
Mr. John Howard, that lie saw 111 tne
jiocket tic.mlier'ess nuggets as large
a man's fist. Mr. Stacy is known ii
this community to lie a man of truth
fulness and not addicted to exaggera
tion. Mr. White has tour men et
ployed in guarding his mine of tniisu
aim no person out those well ant
favorably known can even visit it
Mr. I.acy asserted positivelv that lit
could in a few moments. pU-k tip for
tune in uitgets from ttic socket all tided
to. In consciitience of this extrionli
nary discovery jiroperty in tlte town
of Auburn' has taken a siuhleii rise, and
hHs and houses whidi a week ago
timid have been bought for a song,
hsvy tjtiailriipled in price. We verily
believe that other discoveries ami rich
one.s will soon In; made in that vicini
ty, and experienced miners are of the
j s.U learn that Ctipt. .1. C.
Aitisworth of Portland is the principal
owner (and capitalist; interested in the
A CHINESE l)UI
A fight at Virginia. Montana. Ik
tveeen two Chinamen named Mtuig
Gee anil Ching Ho. is thus graihically
decril)ed by the Montaninii :
Throwing aside their outer gni
ntMits and each armed with a hiii
kuile and an ugly looking hatchet,
they faced each other for the tray the
women, meantime, viewing the pr?
aratious with iimiinivrii. , For a mo
ment they staretl at eadi wIkt like
wild beasts over dispute,! prey, and
tl:u sprang forward with ujilitted
weajKin. In the tirst onslaught. Jlis
iiiioWeuess skived his worthleicirc!iss.
for, stepping -tptickly to ue side, the
bardlet nt Mini (ice clolr nothing but
air, and Ho buried the Wade f
his tomahawk in the vnvk of hU
HnaieWy adversary. U'ltlklrawiugit
lie stepped l ack into positivxi. liow!
iug -eiigeanee, and with a torrent of
blood gtishing from a frilttfttl wmind
Gee run upon his man and wh-li a dex
trous blow which would have been
fatal had it reached its mark, laid a
three-cornered piece ot IIo's larbiord
ear on tlw tlcnir, aud received in return
an tigiy gash ia tlie ribt shoulder
froiu tin's knife. (Jec was now bleed
ing frc'ly. ruid with tin; ebinng of tin:
eriis:i tide oo.ed his strength and
liscre,io:i. He fought wilily. while
iiis wily anla.inist rained his hatchet
biows fasr and sure, cutting Gee in a
terrihJe maimer about the lace hands
and neck. At last, as (Jee endeavored
to grapple bis oppotu'iir. he receivetl a
dead.icr under the right ear from Ho's
Heni-la Hu l' f sick!;
UM'Hi hn limn :
smi'e. aiil c:irleil
Ami Ou MliMMiaent luiice iiny, iiCerewel
lliui ili mul e.
lie, tearing arre--t. llcil. Almut tlii-;
time the police art ivi-d upon the scene.
At the tv.-pie.-t ot Mary, (iee was put ii.
Iiis little bed for repairs, and a physi
cian summoned.' Although horribly
inntil-ited (Jec may possibly recover.
Tlte urmiad ia the nehn is not so iUv,
as was iKijMMl.anil the jiiirui ir vein was
tiuforttiiiately missed, but hi- facial at
tractions wil! always Jack their usual
amount of cheek, and bis genial voii.-e
will bo marred by the absence ot near
ly .ill his front te.etii. I'he sertiou of
his left ear is tho o.ily iviic the aulhor
illes have of Ho. and even that will be
lv!itir(tiMied to the medical laeulty on
A woiild-lm attllior was .nlvisiil to
try '.lit cll'i -et. of one of his eoiiiHisitious
upon the folks at homo without confess,
iog its :iii:bnr-liii. His mother
asleep, hi- si -fer roaoei I, his brother
asked him to hold up as tliey had quiie
enough of tliat shower of words with
out wit. ami at last his wile tapped
him upon the shoulder with the sweet
est possible "won't that do? lie then
saw how it was hiin-elf, bin ned his
portfolio, recovered his appetite, and
lias heen a happy man ever since.
Two women in Detroit got at dag
ger's points, aud one of tlieui of an
original turn of mind, got a parrot anil"
taught It to wiy '7011 steal." whenever
Iter enemy passed hy. Not to be out
done, the otlier fair belligerent also got
a Polly, whom she taught to scream
"you dye your liair," whenever the
enemy came hi sight. Finally the ju
diciary was apealeil to, and both the
parrot guns were spiked.
Of tlie two colored. 'cadets at TV est
Point, Smith, the original bone of con
tention, stands tenth in his class, which
1 an appreciable gain, month by
month, while, young Napier, for w hom
I n't ter feeling lias been entertained, in
consequence of a franker aud more
amiable disposition, stands at tlie fooj
of a claw of aixty-one members.
Of every teven native bom Ver
inontersir t hree have emigrated to other
States. The late census) shows the
whole numlier ot Vermont emigrants is
180.000 of which 35.000 have la ken up
a residence iu New York. 14.000 iu
Illinois 13.000 in Wisconsin, 14.000 in
Michigan, 12,000 in Iowa and 4.000 in
The late James Gordon Bennett
taught sdiool in Steuben in the year
181s. lie taught two mouths and at
the close of hisi m-hool, Stptember IS,
1818, lie drew $17 from tlie town treas
ury as compensation.
Paper money ha an extensive sway,
ft is legal tender in ix of the eight
foremost nations of the world the
United States, liassia. Austria, France,
.Spain and Italy. Englaud and Gtr
matiy maintain a specie circulation.
DK. E. Y. CHARE,
BRVT LT.OOL., T.ATE fT"RGKlX r. 8.
Vol. Office Durhin's b)o, k. no stairs.
Itestdence. Commercial street, 8alem,vregno.
DK. CHAN. V ILSOX,
"hCT1IST AM) At'Eisrr.
W OmiiHlUiieenil OtierrttSnr siogwwi
nil Diseases ol llie fcve ami Ear. OftV-w
Rooms, Si and 30, StarVey' Block, SAlem,
SALEM, OREGOS, tlie olilM ami !nret.
Incorporated Schwjl in the sitate. i 'la-lca I
t 'ommerclal, Normal ami Sclent nk; vminwsot
sttidv. tor lull inlorniauon a Idress the Pres
ident, T. 31. UATtH.
r t . j. Ttitui, soc. ol KM irtateefi.
Sol. 7. d&wly
DR. E. It. I ISKE.
OOFI-TCE-No. 1. Moores' BToeS. Resi
dence Court sitreet. OpiKistte Vnhrersltv.
M. V. URl'HBN, 31. D.
IJIIVPICIAN AXI SURiiEOV. offer, hi
prol'essional Kerr ices tu the ckaens of
hi i awl vicinity. luiv.liiH-tf
DR. II. C'ARPE3iTKK.
1JIIVPICIAX AXH SfKCEOX, OftV-eamt
Kesitlence on LIIhtiv sii-eet. aea ' villus
i!e Ihe Cmttrregal lour I Church
Milem, .ov. Will. 1 1.
I'APLES A. MOIti:l.AI,
ATTORNEYS AT .AW, Portland. On
sron. lilice, no stairs -S. E. corner Front
anil Wahlnj;loii Streets.
I1IWIXL &. FU3TJT,
VTTORXEYSl AT LAW ami Solichors i
I'liaik-ery, Albany, Orejtoii. L. t"Ll'N ,
Collections and eoiirevaiic.es promritlT m-
tenileil to. iiantf
J. Ml. VAX DEX ItERUII, at.
f ATE OF SAX FRANCISCO: HAnXti
j raaite the entozoa which intent the hn-
man ay-teni a llle-loiijr stiuly, antl aiiopteil
his branch of nnsiiclne as a spedolly, oilers
his services to the citizens of Salem and vi-
n-'KIt'E-RtK)MS 38 ami 3t, orvr Ihe Po.l
Ortice. The celebrateil Wnnn y mo can bo
laid al his otti.-c.
Fehrutiry 11, lsii-d.tivlf
'Will m ererytlilng needed in a family, tram
the heaviest to the lightest fabric.
IT DOES MORE WORK,
3IOBE KINDS OF WORK,
AND ItETTER WORK,
Than any other machine.
If there is a Florence Sewirjg Ma
chine within one thousand miles of
San 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,
Grand Hotel Building, San Francisco.
Smd for Cireulart and tamplet ef
the work. Active Agent tcanted in
Feb. 1 diwlv
DR. LE RICHAU'S
AftT t- n roars' trial on thin Coast has
proven Itnuifth only urr.tivt in tt rtain laiK
of disease pr moiuiccU Ly 1111 ilical ractition
crs u incurable.
Dr.Ls Bison's G3LDEH BALSAM Ko.l
Chancn first hud nt1 u'aprn.SorcRon
the Lf-gsnr Undy; Sirw Iu-k, 'yta. Nw, kr.;
Coppt r-color; d El tlirs, Hyrhiliii CatarrL.
Dirteafr'd Salp, utA all r-nuiry U rnin f il;
diev known r.i byjihillb. JTicc , jxr bot
tle, or two Lt $J.
Dr.LsRisba's GlLtEiI BALSAHKa.2
enrca Tertiary, Mer-Mirial. Syrhilitic :lnr.iriR.
tibin. Pains in the Htm . I'm ki f tl:r k. 1 1,
centod 8 ro TUrnt, i hihiic i:cs Ii, Jmp
and O.intrart 'd C mla, MiiVm - of tlie l.ni.l,
and craUcat-y all iifa- i (mm tbf f tt' ni
wh thi-r rmiM" 1 by iii 'iFt rt ti n cr ri me vt
Tnercury l.-avin? iho bliKl yv.m and bill Ly.
Prit-e, $j piT buttle or two U t P.
Df.LB'Hifllaa'i GlLtEN SFAIilH III
tulte, for the Cur of (iuimorhrra, Git c . Irr!
tatl'u. Gravel, and U I'miary r GunUl
ilisarranpraents. rrirt $'J..r0 j t-r bottle.
Dr. Is Ri3bas3 CQLDIH SPAK1SH IN-
r tian. a wanh and Infection f r wvr re cn
o( (tor.'niThre Iu;lammntt'ry Glu t. Strii tr.na,
m l all dirty;" of tho KMiieya and Llbuutr.
X. ... 11.50 p r bttle.
.! Agents frr IZ r ICITArS CC7 rr
TTL.IS fr S-niiinl V. aIt-, ?: ? t 1 i:-; -
-wis Irnn t-n y, hm-1 r ' "iMT rri-t Ii- ? t
M.i.UiHfttiUTi 11 n I e-: ivt rl i'v a. ) r r- .
-.1 7 h itUt. Tl:e j' U't.N TALj..ii im
in r vt f pri t!n ri'if"rte tt:u
1 -nt fi Ml p"rtH if tho country. 1-v expTi fs
r n-;l, h-nir ly pii-IiL-d and Uc fiutu .Wr-
r. r rirTTAnrs .v co.
and H'tad TrnfTiiiNtt and
sts. S W. f r. "l:iy A: S'iinouia
m th, S-u 1 r&itt'.xu, Cal.
Mav 1 7: !.t y
'O lie soM at iin.-.tli'ii, ii A-tori-i. AVeit.ies-
Aiia-t Jl-t. lsr-I.a lOoVlivk a.m..
tlie fiiUiiwins Lots In Sliively's Astoria :
x 4. n. i' ".
!, Ill 21.
:i. . . ni. it.
All t! bus . lis.
' , lr. ioi.- 111.
i 7. S. !l. l'l. II, 12. 1-2.
aii.i.; 'nt.s. .v.
3l Ailllllton. wnlrr IaK. loll
ICueli, liliirks 17. SI. S.V .12.
( HAS, S. WIIItiHT, Aiii-liiiiieiT.
.lii 1 irrw.liv
M? n; 1ST TS.
Stay lie Iienied by the
WKKK Oil MOTH
SALEM BAG FACTORY,
South Slore, Chcmekela lllo,-k.
TENTS AND WAGON COVERS
For Sale and Made to Order.
L. CIIEESHKOLllH A CO.
The Proprietors of Ihe
Are determlneil not to carry any Summer
tioodsover Winter. The' Immense Stock of
beautiful .Summer Goods will lie sold at ftrenl
ty reduce I Trices.
Ioplln, dircimdineii, Ilqnci,
FluUIsi, CliumbreyH, TaUe
lus, Alimran, Jacuct,
From 15 to 50 ct. per Yard.
WHITE AXDBROWX HOSE
ASSORTED STYLES OF NEW PRINTS
' Bleached and Unbleached
At the Lowest Rates.
Call at the Overland Store. No trooN o
show Roods. Exnmine our stock betoie j nr-
Ivnapp, JBurrell" & Co.,
OFFER FOE THE HAEVEST of 1872 THE FOLLOWING
Vudjfe'a Keiiper nnd Mower "Ulilo"
anil - liiii-neye " latentn minneu. nun
ikvlq Jmiirovmr win two fixes Xiw. 1
anil -J, cmiilete ns Mh SeM nivl HanHtak
ers. Tlii nia.-.liine, as liiiinnel fur 1K71. Is
ilurbut S lr-Jixkintr Kea-ier and Mower in
the World; nml those Iniperteil thin year
have been chimrted so they mn hr vvtde lo
ful hiyher than ani otiinr & f-lt)tktr In
market. Call ami see theni, or senil for Cii
Me4'ormleli1i Reaner and Mo
Jianil or Self-Bakero, extra strong and ilu
txble. Bart1 Reaper nad Mower-If and-Kaker
nl v. (Meet. Cms high or loie. StroDgand
mtitabti-fur flax as well as grain.
nipper Iteappr nnd Mow er -"Dmpi-er"
ayillland-Kaker 5J foot cut.
Eseelmlor Hew per nud Mower -I)rop-fT
Sfarmh IlnrTeater -Latest, most desiratile
nd ecuninni.-al wav ol' harvesting lirain.
iAarAestem ri'ie. lany jireler them to the
Header, tpsend for 'descriptive Circular.
IliUne's Header or Harvester Two
xes 10 and li-feet cnt; silll further Im
proved for 1S72. These Headers are all of
tfee most approved style, and niadein Pekin,
311. Purchasers will" do well to benare of
"old style" Healers several hundred of
which were "carried over" lant year in C'.il
iornia. flipper Mower 4 sizes. For simplicity
audp-T"cO'oft of mechanism, rff-ttiv n-.,
iujIUnen if draft mil durability. Ills the
W pin ultra of all Mowing Machines. )m.s
wsslng a it iloes MuKK et -niraM" f-aturr
tuan can lie found iu any otlier one' Mower.
Son. :i and 4 are more 'particularly reconi
aende I for huvy uurk and rmtute'dMricU
the No. 4 belii lighter aud not as strong
s the larger sizes. Send for descriptive
tyrajriie Mower- A murtrt of timplicilp,
ami the fln-t o-a rrtl Machine made -Is
mtrtntr and tlurabl' and Is lliiullestioiinbW
THK Bi.M ni'il'Ta'- priC'tl Jtunr yi-i lii-tmlm-.ed.
Ilon't till to send for a SpraiHi'
famphiet lui examine into the merits of
tins now mower, whl.ih Is creating Mich a
ur in Ihe Kamern states.
The In Ion Mower - 2 sixes -an old favor
ite. rut'n Genuine 'Ulinllemrer" Til rentier
Valuable Improvements and ad'llii'ins lor
IHT'2, in lith?Nira:orsniid Powers. Kecng
iiiii evervwhere as "the" I'-ading ma
rhim: Will fparatn fax!r e'-frn 6--t-'r,
a'ithout cracktngof wasteof jri-aln. tian
on ii oth'T Thrrnh"r khmm, which we can
safe'v avnrant? without anv buttsting or
blowing. Those who haven't seen the
thano and impriwm'ntn made on the
"Pitt's" Uuffa'n Thresher .-Isith Separators
and Powers) duricr the past year or two,
will eoncnif theif own iinere-M bv looklrg
at the harenger" lief-ire biivlnp e'se
where. All sizes iroin 4 to lj-borse power.
M AV 1Z It
ddt ft jnsjv reamHp Zar&ejf, &zvt & r.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
SOMKTAING XKW-I.ATET IMPROVEMENT IN I HRESHINO MACHINES - MMI'I.lO
EEKECT1VK ASU COMPLETE.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT BEFORE lTRfHAMTCU ANY OTHEIl KIND
r a f sJ f X
Hnrlirvr Mowarand Reaper and Mow-rr-V
at Ilia 3iitfcirt7ii o' arants lr
lhesaleoHh-ii,-eyrniiiiis in ;
ington TvrStor . tir re the ".leiiiilne,"
maile bv ylnVwn- Hill raarf lie or
ilnatorsorilm iwk?e Ia4et.
Ball "TorWMfo" Tkmlitr-o?rwha
similar In i-tvl,ul much ni p rior lo lb
Itiisseir'aiid wnepialio.s"'wlth heav
ier frame and inr thov.
Kndleaa 4'haln Trelirr-" Wtapfcr,
Mehck A t.'o.'s" (nrf 'Hlirder's'- '
wilh tibial improviiiit, not to te vvna
Ilorar Iower-All sl:l strletiHluil
tng the AVm' S'kM fin " Clialienger,'
"Mounied"' and " UoKn,"
Tayloi'H Mulky Rake-9npeiior any
other liake vel lntroiliiceil much so that
we have dtsoanled nil other yitterns, and
now keep mil v Ihe "Tavlor," lieluivuig it to
be "tlie-f Itake. Have hrd lliesi ttiade ex
iiresslv to imler this ytar. utrovair and
h'tiri- r than om be found clsewhea.-.
Kevolvlnic Rakea f aud 10 feet lonj. Al
Iliiriie'n Ra !- feet bead whicq ImMsIha
same tststnoii iimoiig Ifevnlving Itakes that
the "Tavlur" does among Mildv lfnkes. We
have only a limited iiiiiiilrortlie"Uariies,""
and )arties wanting them will doweii toor
Home liny Fork -"Palmer's" "Wall
ers," " liouble llarpoiai," and the "Nelll
Churns) - "Blanchard's" Cylinder and Tlier
Harvesting Tools. .Smut Jfitirtifne-,
Extra lor Machines j Picks, IVoel Muffs,
Sickle Sivtions I Uniting Clothes.
Cblcr MillsHark Mills TtirbineWaier Wheels
Wheel llarrows lltnlib'r I-a'h'r Hell'g,.
Plnws Cultivators, 'l'anlng Ma.-hlnrs,
MI'I S lines, ! HtiKgies, C'tiri-tages.
We have en route a large stock of the justly
"Bain"& "Pacific" Wagons
NEW PATTEItX." EXTRA KTROU,
lVRtris Siiakfo in Boilino Oil, and
ot?i'T improvrnn ntn for 172, hk h p'ace them
far ahead of anything in market iu I be wagon
line, as our experience has enabled us lo llnil
out what is acul&i:c for this market and tills
Farmers and merchants will consult their
oTi-n int'Tt'tt bv examining our titock and
P,-icrn. as ue will not lie undersold. Lookout
for unknown mid Irresponsible "Hunncrs,"
who are anxious to get rid of ,Secoi;d-iale"
nia hines. fir Eiu-ral terms lo the Trade:
on applk-atlon. Address
liAl'l, III ItRt I.I. fz fO.,
s eetde. r.
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