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The City and County.
From Di'ily of Saturday Aug. 10.
OI K EXCIIMOXbTh.
1'nmp Seeiiess SenM.1 JIunlnKfl -Happy
.Momenta, Ae., Ac.
TV received thin communicstinn from
the "Scribo"' ly jc'tcrd.!-' until, but on
account if space itg publication waa de
ferred until to-day. Our invincible friend
seat it mil to the iiostofflc at Grand Rontle
ley a sri-ntlerrnin rvturnin; t i rW) ii.it i,.n.
nnd tf him are indebted fur tbe f!lnur
inj sketch :
Oin Seamm: Cahp.
Monday evi nioc.
Fnipsr Local : Having been enraged
in analyiinjr and eollertinz various kinds ot
stones, rea mn, shell tl -h nd bacon, I
have oezlected to forward to you tlie pnss
ing incidents of eur emp life. Sinca toy
last writing a creat mnsv change have bi-t n
made, in r Viti-hea and household affair?.
Tho only change that lias beun unnecessary
if tii.it of Miss M 1 R h and Frank
llintU-y. as ostlers. They present a very
pwtaresue appesrnace. while enajed in
searcbin for horses in the tall IVro, or
combing the burs from their flowing hair.
Dill Waldo, having tried hi hand at cuok
tng and washing dishes, resigned in fartr
of Murphy, who n aeemrat of his standinr
collar I t the beans barn up, as lie eouhl
cot look down into the kettle. He was
iinniodiiVtdy discharged, and is now resting
upon his laurels. Henry (Silfrey -xanted 10
borrow one of Murphy's chokers, but d'sl
not succeed, and is now chief cook, assisted
by Miss A s, and d-iin'4 finely. Hill
"Waldo has been paring the beach all day
long, with his shol-gna trying to bag a sea
(full, bat t the time of writing hns not
been successful. Mrs.W s insists that
the gun is not loaded, but it is just as well.
Henry Gilfrey and Miss C n were down
t the caTcs ibis forenooti, and managed to
get wet tbrnagh, but they did ot enter
the caves as the tide was cominjr irt.
The ladies and most of the gents have
become accustomed to sea bathiug and en
joy it Bogely: Bill Waldo is generally the
first to get ready for bathing, bat npon
arriving at the beach, amuses himself by
cba:ng the smaller riffles that do not pour
over his boot-tops and wet bis feet. Mur
phy has either developed very rapidly, or
. hit suit has shrank considerably, we can
not tell which. It requires the aid of an
assistant for bin to get them on, and
-when he does, unique would be a poor sug
gest'ea. Salt water does not agree well
with Gilfrey 's "psnier," 1Tb are going to
have some literary excercise and mnsie
this evening amend the camp fire. Frank
Bewley is to deliver the opening address,
to be followed by declamations, Ac. by
members of the party. Although severed
from the bosoms our of families we are
happy and content.
Smith has been growing romantic for
some time, ut to-day he has got bis satis
fy. He was trying to climb an almost per
pendicular cliff, nearly one hundred feet
high, 'bat upon gaining about half the dis
tance -missed his footing, and down became,
rolling, tumbling and boancing like the
water at Lodore. After reaching the bot
tom he quietly rubbed his numerous braises
nnd scratches, remarking the while "By
jingo! I must have slipped 1" He is now i
convalescing. The night is coming on, so j
I will say farewell, dear Local. You have I
the sympathies of the entire party.
More anon. SCRIBE.
Trip ts rut Coustrt. We yesterday
took a chart trip iiita the country in search
of an item given us by a farmer, but failed
to find anything trae concerning the report.
Our informant told us that a painful acci
dent had happened to a man engaged in
threshing at the farm of Mr. Swart, about
jur miles east of this place. We immedi
ately chartered Darbin's blacks they are
our favorites and started for the scene of
the accident. We found to our great dis
satisfaction that the dust was several inel es
-deep and the wind blowing in onr favor,
thus carrying aeload of dust with us. This,
added to tie sultry heat, made it rather un
comfortable. We noticed a kiln of brick
that had just been burned at Baker's
brick yard, wlilh looked well and
betokened first-cla.s wo,-kmcs. Far
mers are bury hauling and thrrsjiug
wheat. It is an easy m itter to discern the
whereabocts nf a thre-hing machine as a
cloud of dust is cvntina.'tlly rising from U
like sruake from a locomotive. Upon ar
riving at our destination we fuund the re
port to be wholly untrue. Who, ob, who
can imagine our sapreme disgust. It was
well that the pcrsou who istforuied us was
not present or swnetliing terrible woald
have occurred. Wa bad a pleasanlcr drive
coming home, and we are oow perfectly
alm and serene. W would like for our
Ttind friend to call apoo to-day. He has
anissed his calling. Hs should cither
be a lawyer r an oditor we cauaot tell
Visit ts tub PKrrirjAltT. We Tester
iay paid tbhi institution a visit, aid were
pleased t see tb workiags so complete,
and mcthodie.il. We wero kindly shown
through the taiMing fcy Judge Holteelaw,
Warden. In the bakery two eonviet were
-at work Making broad, that would equal
.any found in our best bakeries. The tailor
shop ais presented a basy appearance.
The library already obtained is e com
posed of good and wholesome reading
Jtlthougk not largo, is very goa Tho
'orick yard presented the liveliest nppenr-
Ance, as the poor unfortunate eoneicts keep
en a doi; trot nearly all the tiaic. Alter
inspecting the cells, dungeons, Ac, we
4.iok our departare feeling as though it
were better tn be eva a local editor these
lull times, thua to make brick for the
.State at sach small wages.
Ontee Citr Rodbkbv. We were shown
a letter received by Jir. T. U. Hickey frum
Postmaster Bacon, etf Oreg City, con
timing the robbury at that place. He says
tho amount taken ras $1,02S fsur hun
dred and ty'ty oWllars iu currency, and the
remainder iu ewiii. Tiie thieves were n-t
looking fr stamps, so none were takea, al
though every bos: the office was apeaed
in search of currency. Mr. ii. is not a
wealthy (nan, aad this loss will be greatly
folU Ooe bandred aad fifty dollars be
. longed to the V. &, vhich he wkI be com
pelled t Tcpbice.
Dorj,t Rt xa way. Through ffce Vind
ucss of a dray fcsrse aeiooging to the 8. D.
i U. C., and one belonging to Wat. An
derson, wo are faraishod with ear "usual '
runaway item. Tbe horse beleaging tu
the hack eowpaay started first, the other
following suit. They ran np State street
to the Co' stable, where one of them eime
Co a halt, bat the etnor continaed on his
wildcat ear ap ta Cumaiereiil, down Com
mercial to Court, Jo a Coort ( his place of
i rest, bat just before stopping ran over a
beautiful aha io tree. Horses auhart.
Nor IfARKKa. Prof. A. L. Fraacis,
late of Eugene City, wishes as to say to
bis frieads female in particular that he
is not, nor has ever been married. He
bas no farm near Kugene City. No young
widow and three childrea or anything of
the sort. lie is etill single but "engaged
io tuning piano. The report circulated, has
proven detrimental to tbe Professor's equi
libriunt. We woald ask those who have
congratulated kiiu to tuko back their coin
plimeoia, as they aro only wasted a tbe
A .MiLtTABT pRowESSoasmtP. We learn
bt Mr. F. G. Sehwatka who started for
thu east two or three days since, took with
him a petition signed by President Gatcb
of the University, and numerous others.
asking that the Willamette Unireraity be
de.-i -fated M ono of the Colleges entitled
t Milk Professorship, under the act
.r Congress of July, lsfifl, and that Lt,
J-Vvi! Sehwatka of the 3d Cavalry, be de
tailed to act as Prjfcssor of Military
Cukheketa Hotel. The Oregon City
Enterprise says Mr. Charles Logus of that
place baa purchased a one-third interest
in tho Chcmeketa lintel building.
We dx sincerely bi.pc thnt this report is
true, if Mr. L. can succeed in heaping it in
runuing nrdci. Wc need another hotel,
and tho Ctaemckctii is the one.
AN'OTrjEit. We hoar th:il Capt. Johnson,
of East Portland, late of Corvallis, c ame
up to this city yesterday for the purpose of
seeing about opining the Chcmeketa II tel.
Wo have no information, however, of a defi
Wiif.it. Seventy on'j is what the Sa
lmi mill i pnyiiir f r 1 I wlie.it.
From Doily of iSundity Aug. 21.
A Wifk Does Xot Know Nek Husband
It sceuis str:tnge that such a thing
eboulcl happen. We have it from the
lips of the father and husband, and is as
fallows: About dusk, a few evenings
since, Mr. S b was lying on a sofa in
his sitting rooui on Piety liill sonnd asleep.
Mrs.. 3. went out visiting about dark, leav
ing the children playing in the parlor. The
youngest becoming tired laid down upon
the floor and went to sleep. As burglaries
were "f nightly occurrence and the chil
dren timid they could see and hear almost
anything. The oldest girl imagined that '
she aw a robber pass tho window, aud im
mediately hastened t j tell her father. Mr.
S. remained quiet for a time, until be
thought he beard a strange nii.-e outside,
when he slipped up stairs to ascertain its
whereabouts, lie had scarcely gained the
itper landing when Mrs. S. returned. The
little girl tuld her a'nout the mysterious fig
ure, thoroughly arousing her fears. Just at
this moment they beard a light step
over head. That was sufficient. A gen
eral stampede took place, intermin
gled with screaming, capsized furniture,
broken vases Ac. Mr. 2?. hearing the
sinashiu and cra.-hing hurried down to as
certain the c;mi!. Tb; nearer lie cum J to
the frightened f.imi!y the louder they mini I
sccesm. In a few minutes the entire
neighborhood was on the ground. And by
their united efforts the frightened dove was
reconciled. You can imagine her feelings
better than we can describe them, when
she recognized in the person of her assas
sin, robber aud burglar, her own devoted
Can't Swallow Greeley. We yester
day overheard a conversation between two
parties from the rural districts that illus
trate the Democratic capacity for swallow
ing Greeley. One of the gentlemen works
at Davis' Flour Mills ; the other in another,
part of the country.
The following dialogue ensued :
"How's Greeley in your part of the
"Well I don't know, guess he's all right.
How's things out your way ?''
"I tell you, our fellers don't stock on
Greeley, and unless the Democrats nomi
nate a candidate we are going to stay ut
home and run the mill."
"How many arc there down your way
of that opinion ?"
"Well there's twelve of us that works
round the mill, and lots of others that
say they wont go near the polls."
That is all we heard, but that was
enough to convince ua of the bitterness of
the Greeley pill to Democrats iu the vicini
ty of Davis' Mills.
Our kprovemevd!. Tho improvements
going on iu our eiry gives it a look of pros
perity, if our streets do seem dull or local
items scarce. The Agricultural Works hns
reached its third story ; the M. E. Church,
though not pushed so rapidly, is doing fine
ly ; the Court House alreidy assumes a
grand appearance ; tho Academy of the Sa
cred Heart has finished its second tier of
windows, and the residence of E. X. Cooke
looks elegant. Workmen are busily en
gaged on Holmes' new brick store, and tak
ing into consideration other improvements
going on, it does not require a second look
to convince us thut Salem is not dead yet.
New Rooks. Tho Willamette Univer
sity has just received a large supply of
choice literature to bo added to their al
ready fino library. Prof. Gatch has been
bu.-ily engaged for several days past, un
packing and arranging them on the shelves.
These books wero presente.il by most of the
principal publishing houses of the coast to
Ibis institution, we understand. A very
fine orgun was also received, to be used at
chapel exercises, and for those desiring in
structions in music.
Fixe Oiiuan. 1'ue ir.it Presbyterian
Church has just received one of the finest
organs now in this city Irotn Mr. W. U
Badger, of Portland. The instrument was
manufactured by Geo. Woods & Co., nr.d
for richness of tone and great power is hard
to equal. Mr. l'rauk Strong is exhibiting
its superiority at that church. Persons
who are fond of good music will attend the i
Presbytcriao Church this evening, as a full
choir, assisted by this elegant instrument, i
will furnish it.
Arrested. At a late hour Friday night j
a man was (aught prowling around the ;
porch at the rear uf the residcDcu of Prof.
T. H. Gatch. It seems that he was drunk,
and imagiccd that be bad lost a pair of
shoes near the place ho was caught. He
was lodged in jail, and this morning brought
before the Recorder and fined for violatiug
CiiEiiEKETA Leased. The Chemcketa
Hotel has been leased at last to a compe
tent hotel keeper. Mr. Bush will start
for San FrafrHsco immediately, we are in
formed, for the purpose of purchasing
furniture, etc. It will be iu readiness be
fore the Legislature convenes, so our pri
vate families ueed not fear being compelled
to take boarJcrs, daring the Legislature or I
Axotiieu Chance. Tho name of the
Dallas Republican has been changed to
the Liberal Republican under the super
vision of Liberal Sullivan. That change
will work about as well as the oue? last
election. We would suggest the Liberal
proprietor to change it to Dully Yardcn
Republican the next issue.
Cuexeketa Xot Hold. We were yes
terday informed by Mr. A. Bush, that tbe
report circulated by the Oregon City En
terprise is wholly uutrue. Mr. B. has
never beard of such a gentleman. The
Chcmeketa still stands unchanged in pro
prietorship. Departed. Dr. Carpenter and Richard
Dearborn leit on yesterday's train Dr.
Carpeater to visit a sick person at Marion
Station, and Mr. Dearborn on rusticating
tour te the country and sea eoast. He in
tends to aaeet a party of ladies aad gentle
men near Eugene, when they will proceed
to Coos Bay.
Taii Kottci. Rer. J. W. Miller givos
notion that the Committee will meet the
class in the first year's coarse of study,
Wednesday, Augnst 2Stb, at the University
building, Salem. There will not be tiaie to
attend to the examination properly after tbo
conference if orgtsrsed.
Nans Csaxged. Tbe newspaper pub
lished at McMinnrilie, Yamhill county, and
formerly known as the West Side, baa been
reduced in size and changed to the Yamhill
County Reperter. It presents a very neat
Smai.i, Pox. Wa learn from a geutle-
man who hat recently arrived from below,
that two cases of sraall-pox were reported
at St. Helens. Cut as to the truth of such
report we cannot say.
From Daily of Tuesday Aug. 13.
Persohal. Our sanctum wis illuminated
yesterday by the freaial countenance of Col
Charles Crocker, business manager of the
Daily and Weekly Bulletin. Tbe Colonel
is about to make a tour of the towns sooth
ward, on business connected with the Bul
letin. We commend him to all the jolly
saints along tbo road.
As .Uxfoi'.tisate Stf.I". A man giving
lis name as W. F. Mansfield arrived here
tin Iho Purtbad train lust PaUirday, and in
his rambling 4ibost the city hecacce intoxi
cated and attempted to take his life while
under the influence of LUjuor. It seems
ithat he hat beea cngnsed in a vineyard
iteM Milwautte, juatl wishing t take a lit
tle trip from tiie nn. wended his way to
this city. lie was discovered by a police
man to hare ia hU possesion a bottle of
taciLinuia. fum asking liisn what he was
S'dcg to do with it be replied with an oalh'
'iat ho was going u drink it. The police
nnn told hint that it wi aid kill hint, and
I'll at he hud l'vr take it 'ak ad tlmli it
f -r I'loiM Wit : but Mr. M. in-Uid
list it Li ao,aV business what be
sir an k, and that it was the first time he bad
ever been drank, and that he ought to be
oioned. Uc, however, returned to the
lrg store. woerj ke traded the poison f r
Fliaida Water, aad started dowu Commer
cial street. At a late hour he was foend
watering about, not caring where, and
was takea ut ciare and lodged in jail.
Tut:rduy tuui'aiug upon exitmination it
wo found that lie was in a very er ti.-ul
unaition, being aJaawt insensible aud un
able to spuai. He was immediately n
mvreil to a hutci aoi niet'kal aid sum
moned. At the Jiaso of our going to press
Je bad improved iM:what. aud may be
enii to be Kire!y t of danger. It is
u( jMiaed that he bai drank a portion of the
lauaanuia befofe returning tu tho drug
The Exa Uih: KutCoue. A uumberof
s'tar citizens wre greatly exercised yesti-r--iay
on acooout t' a prediction ma Io by
cum! scientific hioatie. that this earth of
fir would fume in ertit;t w ith a monster
vouiet and be forever and eternally burned
tip, tho ashes bUwu aay and our existence
entirely furgoJteH. We iiavo failed to ns
oerxaiii or exjicricoce any unusual weakness
jkT'WBnd ourut'irtal coil. It has not shuEod
i':n lite least. Yesterday was lo bale bc
-.ur last, rut we bate t:rviied :not it.av
jttstty rejoice in ur cteape. Only think
it. The esrth, with all that dwell thereon,
to o hurried threugb the dark valley
'ue.'ilh the thaduw of Icatb, at oue fell
tlow. Xot even a wa-le person left to
weep and mimni for the antimely end of tbo
hnrscn family- The Ubib has not yet comec
for tbo consaiBinatinn af the world, when
tho "jod, tbe bad- the jast and the unjust,
wiR suffer alike. We hope that such an
evost may be withheld at ieast a year. It
aay be that the predicting astronomer has
a -mii-take ia bis calculations, and that this
fcru-ious coet will devour some other orb,
as there are plenty t sparo before giving
up iLke earth, ear present home.
Mlsi'SPERTisniG. A man named Sta- I
ges residing several inilew north of this city
wis arrested by iVputy Sbcria' Barker last
Sunday, on a charge of beating and mis
usiax; a wotiiaa forajerly his wife, but who
fjinee being divorced bas attain murrii d. It
eeeias thut his divorced half bad come to
tbe coiK:lusioa thst she wanted thu two lit
tle troy for herself so she repaired to the
xcsiAjuce of Mr. B. and there asserted licr
intention tu shanjrhii, kidnap, or walk otf
with them- Ho But seeing it under that
diade tree, MMtestiAl, ufieringto divide she
to take the yousgogt, nnd he retain the
older. This wis not satisfactory. Her
heart yearned for tho fir-t born. So did
bis. Words were multiplied until be
thought forbearance ceased to be a virtue,
so be waded io, kniekin- her out of time
at the first dash. Pile did not understand
the wanly art very tharouhlj, and s ior
threw up tbe sponge, aud to get even bad
liim arrested and brought before a tribunal,
where ho wa eimtted.
3ot llts Foot Is If. A tanner residing
in P ilk county, near Bethel, aud rejoicing
in a good growth of watr-iueloiis, succeed
ed iu capluriug a tartar a few days sinee, in
tha followiu; manner: The youngster
living ia 'ie neighborhood of the "'melon
pate'a" have a habit of visiting it between
the hours of 6 p.m. aud 6 a. m , making
sad harm! am mi th j vines. The farmer
tirinjr of this rt of cotnluet, procured
large bear trap, aad set it for the young
gents. Upon goin down to the gard.n in
the uioruing he saw a curly-baired youne
tier staudin iu tiio vi. inity of his tr ip.
The kind gentleman invited him in to
breakfast, but he de -lined, saving, "I -ucsr
I have got my foot in it. I won't cone
back again if you will let me go ibis time "
He wishes us to inform his young friends
that he has removed tbe trap and they n.cii
not tear to return.
I.Anor. Finn. A very large tire was rig
in; last .Sunday evening, several mile?
dorvn the Wiilatnettc. Tho northern sky
was briliiaudy illuminated from horizon to
reuiih. Whether it was a bouse, or only
timber, we have been unable to as -er'aiu.
lint most probably it was the latter.
Ot-T Again. Mr. John Booth, who ha'
been dangerously ill for some time past, f
are happy to see again upon tbe street.
Merchants all going to San Francisco
llurglar sick. No item this morning.
Passenger travel nnd freight good on the
A heavy express came up on the train
Ano'ber Penitentiary bird due from
V. R. Hyde, late of the East, sta ted on
a visit to Washington Territory yesterday.
Much unwcllness in town in consequence
of "nice ripe apples," green corn, etc.
Smnr.er Reported to lie a rros;ect
Labor Reform National Con
vention. The Republican Victory !n North Caro
lina. POLITICAL NEWS AND SEN
SATIONS. Secretary Delano Seriously III.
Grant in Vermont.
A Ncnaatlonnl He port.
New York, Angut 7. It is re
ported that tlie managers of the Louis
ville convention are iuny aeternnneu
to make Charles hutnner a l'resiilen
(V. movement U on foot to make II.
B. Claflin, a well known merchant,
Republican candidate lor Governor.
Lrbor Reform Coventlon.
IxDiSAroLis, August 7. A. 31.
Putt. Chairman ot the National Exec
utive Committee ot the Labor Reform
Party, issued a circular by direction of
the Executive Committee reassembling
the Columbas Convention ou the 31st
of Augut. t
The Xorth Ciu-oliua Election So
lonicer any Doubt of a Kepublieiui
Ralekjii, X. C, August 7. Official
return from all the western counties
have been received. Aslie, Yancey
and Caldwell are elected by about one
thousand majority. The Democrats
claim tltere lias Nien frauds commit
ted, and it is thought the election will
be contested, lhe Republicans hold :
jubilee to-morrow night.
New Yokk, Aujnwt 7. Tlie follow
ing dUpatcues were received this everi'
Ivilmixgton, X. C, AtlffUSt 7.
To Hon. Wm. E. Chaudlcr There is
110 longer anv doubt. We have car
ried the State by about 2,000.
(Sitnied) J. C. Abott.
Raleigh, August 7. Gloriou vic
tory. Our wnolo btate tlcut Is elected
bv a majority of nearly 2,000. The
State is safe for Grant and Wilaou
2ow rejoice and toe glad.
(Signed) -f .T. J. YocxG.
New Yokk, August 7. Tlie Times'
Raleigh special to-night says the re-
turns from eleven of tlie thirteen cor.n-lie-t
heretofore unheard trom givj
Caldwell a net gtiiu of 47 and only
two counties to he.'ir from. Cald
well's majority is over 2.000. The
Legislature, iill hut two counties,
stand Senate, 31 Democrats and 19
Repitblixini. House, 63 Democrats
and 57 Ilepublictiiis.
Sew York. August 7. The Na
tional Republican Coinniittee has di
rected the liriiio; of one huuthed guns
here, to-morrow in honor of tlie result
iu North Carolina. Their dispatches
claim 2,000 majority.
Vratx irfiii to Mistoiwtlppl -Virgin-la
St Ixu is. August 7. -It is stated
that fJvatz lrnwn is guiip; to Missi
sipp; tv pttrticipiitc in the cauvasss
Richmond, Aujrtist 7. Tlie Con
servatives have nominated Elliott M.
.Braxton, and the Republicans, J. A.
Smith for Congress from tlie Third
One of Dana's Silly In ventiotiN.
Xew Yokk, August 7. A Saratoga '
special to tlie Sun says there isau- '
thority for the statement that Repub- '
lien ns meditate tlie nomination for I
Governor of a prominent Democrat. ;
with a view to checkmating the Lib- i
Male ot trtId -IOO Uium for Victory.
Twenty-seven bids for gold were re
ceived ttnlay, ainotiiititlg to nearly
seven millions, at l-t.(ii) to 15.23. Two
millions will lie sold at 15.2iJ.
The Republicans tired 100 guns iu
the City Hall park at noon, over tlie
victory in North Carolina.
.Secretary !Iano Seriously III.
A Washington special says that a
telegram was received at the Interior
Department yesterday, from Secretary
Delano's family, Mount. Vernon; Ohio,
stating that he is seriou-Iy ill. ami
fears are entertiiined ot his recovery.
His on and other nieinlx'fs of the
tamily have been summoned home. "
dirasit anil Mieriflnu in Vermont,
rrni.iNn(iN. Atign-t S. t; rant ami
stiite arrivt il lierc ti'is luornitig and
weiv rvifived with a national .-alntti
and ringing of liells. A proceessiou
escorted him through the stteets.
which were throngi d with peojile. who
hrudly cheered the President. After
wart! the President and (Icneral Sheri
dan received visitors for half an hour,
and then took the boat for Whiteliull.
Xew Yokk, July 7. A Doston spe
cial says Gen. Butler states that he
will make no particular effort to secure
tlie iioiuintiou as Governor, but. if
tlie. Labor Reform or Itepublicaii party
uoiiiinate him he will not reject it.
'J'he Republieans of tlie Twenty
fourth District, l'a., have nominated
Y. S. lloore for Congress.
New lOHK. August 8. Superin
tendent Kelso has olYered a reward of
$'2.0M) for tlie capture of Steiuer, the
treasurer ot the r reucli band concerts
at ( 'hicaoo.
Comvi;i, (X. II.), Augnst S. I".
II. Rolliiis resigneil the chairmanship
of the Republican State Central Com
mittee on account of the pressure of
public business, o. C. Mooiv. of
Nashua, was elected to fill the,vaean-
liood wm Altont Wtir-nt- Political
yieeliitKH ihmI ltejoivliiir.
Sax Fkam'wo, Augn-t S. A ;
special dispatch from Xew York says j
the wheat and Hour market is strong. J
I.os ANf.Kl.ES, August 7. The lie- j
publicans are celebrating the victory j
in Xortii Carolina with bonfires, music j
and salutes. The speech by Judge I
Kelly was an able defence of the Ac I- j
mitiistratioii and 'President Grant.
The meeting is one of tlie largest ever j
held iu this city. Judge Kelly returns '
to San Francisco on Saturday, and I
will sieak th"re on Tuesday night. 1
Salinas, August S. The Kepubli- I
cans of Salinas City this evening cele- !
bialed the great victory at Xoith Car-
olina by the thing of one hundred ;
guns. t j
Hkmcia, August S. Grant and;
Wilson men lired one hundred gun
iu honor of the Republican victory- in j
Xorth Carolina. Ileiiicia is sound for j
San Jose, Angu-t S. The Grant !
and Wilson meeting to-night was j
heralded by the silver cornet hand !
parading the streets, and bonfires iu I
front of the Open Ilou-e where aj
large audience, including many ladies, j
are now listening to John F. Swift, i
of San Franci-co. who is to be followed
bv other distinguished speakers, j
Much enthusiasm is. manifested. !
t'ei'.'Jjnitioi: oT Xliv lvi ry.
MOVEMENTS OF GRANT AND GREE-!
DEMO'JUATir (0NVEMI0N 1
Oulii ovitis Dispatclios,
Full and Interesting Dispatches From
Montana Elocts a Democratic
Suimirr Smilibrd Ain.
Toi.eiio, Augu-t S. At a meeting
of colored citizens this evening it was
resolveil that the advice of of Charle
Sumner to vote for lionet? Greeley is
ill-timed, unwise, tieltisivc and ilet-
iiiieutul to tlie best interests of everv
Itrjoirliis Oyr to ortii Carolina
Xew Yokk, August S. riutlalo.
Svraciise, .New Haven, llarttonl and
Norwich are firing gnn iu honor of
the North Carolina victorv.
Wasiiinutox. Augu-t S. The Re-
fiublicans this eveniiig tirrd ii salute of
20W guns in Honor ot tlie Aoitn caro-
I TICA, August S. Hcftrv L. iJsiwcs
spoke to an immense concourse on the
hnanciai policy aim actsoi :ne Adinm-
itnitiou. Kose t oiiKling spoke tor
iu hour. A hundred gnus were lired i
in honor of the North Carolina victory. '
3ovein'iit of iirmit and 4irreleT.
Sahatooa, August S. The Presi
dent and Mrs. Grant, with their two
sons, accompanied by Gen. Sheridan
and Gen. Porter, will arrive on the
midday train to-morrow for Lake
LAKE CEOKGE, Angu h t. lirant
arrived at 7:30. A salute of thirty-six
guns was fired.
CONCOBD, N. H., August 8 Horace
Greeley arrived here at nine o'clock,
and was received at the depot by the
Mayor of the city, a committee and
delegation, who escorted him to the
State house, where a short reception
was held. 51. VV. lnppan made a
welcoming speech. Greeley briefly
replied, and was then escorted to the
i'lKPtiix iioiei, wnere ne uineti, aim
Afterwards held a reception. He pro
ceeded to Bradford this afternoon,
where he wil remain over night.
teeretary Delano Recovering.
Washdsgmon, August 8 .John De
lano telegraphs from Ohio that his
father Is better.
Xew York, August 9. The arrival
ot German immigrants here last mouth
amounted to 11,835. an increase of
2.061 over July, 1S71. Total since
January- 1st, 78,38(5; Increase of 3U,
821 over the same period last year.
3Iirhlpnn Democratic Convention.
The Democrats of Michigan issued a
call lor a convention to appoint dele
gates to the Louisville Convention,
and indications are at present that the
Convention will be fully atteuded.
Xew York, August 0. A number
of heavv robberies have been commit
ted at Greenwich, Stanford, Norfolk.
Connecticut and places ou Long Island
A Washington dispatch says there
will be no more negotiation on the
new loan until after the Presidential
James Watson Webb, now In En
rope, has written a letter opposing the
re-election ot Grant.
J. W. Forney is announced to leave
tor tlie Pacific coat, to be absent two
Long Bkaxcii, August 9. The four
mile race was wou by Susan Ann in
7:40 Littleton, second; Milesian,
Itoatvdl and Blaine In Uaine.
Xew York August 9. An Augus
ta, Me., dispatch says: Secretary
Boutwell and Speaker Blaine, made
speeches at the Republicans meeting
hsst evening. The address of the
former was" in defence of President
Grant's Administration, and in which
lie declared it to be one which has
lx'cn of Ix-iietir. to the lm;iiics iiuii
lriiir.itv. It has prevented linanciiil
I'oiivitMoiis. ivHtiungiiig entiTiiris j
everywhere. He eulogized the charac
ter of the President, of wliom the
speaker snip lie had nothing to a-k. as
he ':iS reaily to surrender his position
the 'moment it was wanted. lie took
up the Cincinnati platform and de
monstrated by his arguments that it
proposed to "turti theSonth over to
men who do not resct huni.iii
rights. Grant' whole coure has I e ;u
to reconcile tlie North and South, but
at the same time to protect loyal men,
black and white.
vnl Sontltortnl I'lht Atlnntle
Hurt Pnrilie ICiillroiKl .Mibfifriptioiiv
--Wheiit .Tionttiun tlli-etioai.
Sax Fuaxcisco, August 0. A dep
utation of leading Republicans, headiil
by Joseph Nelson, arrivnl from 'ir
g'nia City to-day to consult withJ. 1.
Jjiies. on the subject of the Xevaiui
SulicriUrs to the Atlantic and Pa
cific Railroad stock now inuiilier 1,321,
and the subscriptions aggregate S7M.
000. Kighteen ships saill from this port
with cargoes of wheat and flour in
July against two during the saute
period last year.
Private dispatches quote wiieat a
tiille lower iu Liverpool this after
noon. A special telegram to the Democrat
ic .va;e Central Committee -ays Mag-inni-
t Democrat) e!ecteil to Congiv
from Mo:iUitia over C-higgett iu;puli
Funeral of Jure Interestin); Po
City ok Mexico, August 1. The
funeral of Jaun-z was an impo-mtr
sectaclc. The corpse was intern il in
the Pantheon. The streets and hou-es
were draeil iu mourning, and the prv
Cttsu'um Inire tiuiuU'rles emblems of
grief. Fully 70.01K) spectators lined
the streets through which it pasMl.
Nearly all the foreigners in the capitn
were present at the ceremones, as w 1
us all the public ollicer- and fircigi,
diplomats. Addresses were made y
Minister Nel-on, ou behalf of the Di
plomatic Corps, and Senor Virgil, lor
the editorial fraternity of Mexico.
The death of Jaurez is very generally
Xelson. the American Minister,
starts lor the United States September
1st on a short leave of abscntxr.
Some demonstrations oecured at
Tampico ou tlie reception of the n nv
of the death of Jaurez, hi favor of Diaz
Congres meets for and extta session
on Septeiuher oth.
Various names ai-e mentioned iu
connection with the new Cabinet, but
nothing definite is known. Tjeda is a
candidate for election to the Presiden
cy, and the names of several cotniieti
tors are inentioneil.
Lerdo Baneo is a voluntary :isUtant
in tin' investigation of outrages mni
mitted on Anicrican citizens at Chia;
as. The journals report that Lenlo
will recall Mariscal from Washington,
and it is rumored he has succeed. d
It is believed the revolutionists will
disband when informed of the policy
of the adininistnilion.
Lerdo has commuted the sentence of
death pronounced ou the kidnapper of
Cervantes, to ten years' imprison
ment. Angel Iturbide, son of the ex-F.in-)e?or,
died at the capital on the Mime
day as Juarez.
It is reported that Diaz has decided
to go to San Francisco, in concipieni-e
of receiving no aid f:oin the people ol"
I i vii ti:i:ki iosy.
Ils:ttrli From .Mimtiuia I tali Elec
tion. Salt Lake. August 9. Tlie Jour
nal's dispatch this evening from Mon
tana reports Magiunie .ivniocnir T."
alieud. The returns are not all in.
The contest was hard fought. The
Republicans are still hopeful for Clag-
Beaver county, in the outher:i sec
tion of tin- Territory, gives do urijor
ity for Maxwell. Delegate to Congre-
the first county ever carried by (ren
tiles iu Ftali. Creat rejoicing.
Concerning Ku-Klux Prisoners
failure t;i n si: in Louisiana.
The Xorth t'aro'isia Vielory.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION-
Mace-O' Baldwin Fight.
GOLDSMITH MAID BEATEN.
riiscllaneous Eastern News.
Parliament Prorogued Speech of the
Chilli io is. li.-siJ Ii .
EEVOLUnOff II, PEEU.
liti Jilux ('uses to be Investigated.
Wasiiixuton. August 10. The Dis-
lia'ch stivs that since the letter of Ccr
ritt Smith interceding for imprisoned
Ku Kiux at Albany, similar n com
meiidations have. : lieen received from
iuliuential liepublicans. The n-port
of Colonel Whitley, chief of the secret
service, who has been directed ly tin
I'resident to investigate cases, is to In
the basis of the President s action,
who has already intimati-d his willling-
ness to comply with tlie suggestion
I'olitlral Scan from Sew Orlonns,
.ii-wuiiri, Sortli 4'itrolliin, anil New
Xew Orleans. August 0. The
Democratic and Liberal Cenfei-ence
Comnnttce was unable to agree on a
coalition ticket. Tlie Liberals nomi
nated D. 15. Henn lor Governor and
adjourned till to-morrow.
ST. JOsEril, Mo., August 9. One of
flic largest meetings ever assembled
Jiere met last night to celebrate the
Kepublican victory in Xorth Carolina.
There was a large procession, with
bands of music and liring of cannon.
Several thousand turned out. Speeches
were made by a nuinlier ot gentlemen,
Holding the audience till midnight.
Kalkk;ii, August 9. City quiet.
Caldwell's majority will be from 1,200
to 1,500. All tlie official returns are
not yet In. The Democrats demand
Hint the matter be contested before
the Legislature, in consequence of
alleged frauds in many parts ot the
Xew YoitK, August 10. Blanton
Duncan has written Senator O'Brien,
asking him Hb organize a right Demo
cratic movement here. It is under
stood that O'Brien declines.
Lt. Vrant at St. Petersburg.
Washington, August 10 The Even
ing Star bas a letter from St. Peters
burg, denying the statement that the
Emperor of Knssia declined to shake
bands with Lt. Grant. On the cou
irary, he was most kindly received, as
was also General Sherman, not only
by the Emperor, but by the eu:ire Im
Battle of Brniser.
Baltimore, August 10. It is under
stood that two steamers have ,been
chartered here for the Mace and
O'Baldwin fight on Thursday. Tliey
leave the city on Wednesday, with a
number of men from this city, among
them Joe Coburn. Mace will be here
Tbe Biwi Uoldamlth Maid Beaten.
Buffalo, August 9. The attend
ance at the races to-dav was 15.000,
In tho first race for f 2,500. the horse
Rosalind burst a blood vessel while
scoring, and in tlie first heat .1. .1.
Burke, who was leading, dropped dead.
In the nice for 10.000, Goldsmith
Maid, American Girl, Lucy and Henry
were entered. The race was very ex
citing. The Maid sold In pools for
100 to $25 against the field. In the
first hca-: the Maid broke and American
Girl shot nliead. but was overhnnled
by Lucy, who won In 2:18,' the Maid
lieing second. In the second heat the
Maid broke badly, and the Girl took
the lead and kept it, winning by a
length in 2:17j.j.
Washington. Aug. 10. The bank
stateiueut shows a ios in reserve of
live and a mmrtcr millions.
The new French Minister wa yes
terday seeking .icc.iinniodiitious f r f he
Legation. It is the intention of the
Freiicu Covernmeiit to lie ivpie-sented
on a scale somewhat In advance of
what has heretofore prevailed.
W. W. Corcoran has sohl his county
scat at Harvard, and donates the pro
ceeds. $225,000. to the Gallery of Art.
which he has already donated to the
City of Washington.
I'urllaiueiit l'roroyiiwl (irn. Mier
niau aiil Part-.
London. August 10. Parliament
was prorogued this afternoon.
The following is the text of the
Queen's spwch : " rejoice to inform
you I hat the controversy which had
arisen between my Government and
that of the United States, in conse
quence of the presentation of an Amer
ican claim for indirect damages under
the treaty of Washington, was re
jected by the spontaneous declaration
of the arbitrators entirely consistent
with the view I announced to yen at
the opening ol the session. In con
currence with your action on the part
of the United Kingdom, the Parlia
ment of Canada has passed sets neces
sary to give effect to the treaty wit'un
the Dominion. All arrangements con
templated by that Instrument are
therefore now in progress, and I reflect
with satisfaction thai the subjects with
which it. has dealt no longer tiller any
riilH'diment to ic! feet concord between
our kindred nations.'1
Xkw Yokk, August 9. General
Sherman, Lieutenant Grant and Secre
tory Korie and lainilv. leave Liverpool
September 5th for home.
Dlnmond Fxrltpment Dlotl ontol-M"i-i
nittl Hnilor'tt 'oiit'iirlfit -l.'reoley
Primaries -Sext I'renitlen t
San Fit.VNtlK'o. August 10. Dia
mond stock is barely saleable at any
figure, and the excitement has died
Vali.V.io. August, 10. The soldiers
and sailors are exerting themselves to
represent Vallejo in tlieir convention
at San Francisco next month, to nom
inate delegates to the Pittsburg Con
vention. At the Greeley and Brown primaries
to-day they elected delegates to the
County Convention favoring the-nomination
of .J. 11. Frisliee for Libera!
Kciiihlicaii candidate for Congress.
Elko. August 10. George Francis
Train, tbe next President of tbe Unit
ed States after Greeley, passed through
here this morning en roule for San
Francisco. lie intends making a
thorough canvas ot the political situa
tion of California. Mj Train stit;-s
that when this is completed he con
templates returning to F.urope.
Revolution in IVru.
Linoston, Ja niacin, August 8.
Advices from Peru to the 25th nit.
tate that Gutierrez has inaugurated a
revolution and proclaimed himself
dictator. He :iamuti-d President
Balta. People Were iniligi.ant and
burned his bodv. Porta was then
inaugurated President. The insurrec
tion is over.
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST
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A'llin.-li, J".; ArnnM. nia. !'.
linnet, llli-lia; It-nm-tl, .i. T.: Ha
ke, t, J.
Chapman, Mr-. M-ir-rcf K.: ("haiipell.
i.; iai k, )li I la 1 : lofTee, V. I-; Cole,
Ifcivis, ,1a".; f 'anion, L man.
l.i'fT. Van.-v A.; KmiTv. Mr. !
I't-rn. "ajr-n. I.. V. 2.
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K..ir. Mr.. Miry J. 2: K'-inix r. Knlk.:
Kmc. Ti-iii. .
l-ir.Uc'l. T. II.: lawri'me. Aim : I Jin I,
Mi M. i:.: I.fv.1-, I- rink : l.:iwrnc, Mi.s
Kl'a: I. ra il. .Irani.'!!!-; I.aYrru.-e, M.f
n.vhi n. Aleirl: M, l:in"V. M irv L.:
Ma.Mii. Iieiil-ii; Mrt.ien, .Janu s.
K'lyiniiiul, Mrs. A'mir.-i; li-fc-rlslV. II.
fivai-t .. Mrs. ANm.': s,-hentie. Clui. (V;
Mi'iru Marvl;.: sn-wart. Mw-l'k-v; Si-uanl.
I..; !vi4t, .miss Aiire ; iin:n,M..
Tliiirlnirn. Wni. -J . Tlienm.s ?Ji Maajie ;
TliniHs Mis:i liartn-l.
W.tllaer, Mi-sSai-ili K.: W liilfomi('a:li-
When ealllnj l'ir tlsealinvp. letters, jile-ise
T. n. ItK'KKY. r. M.
CRYSTAL PALACE CIRCUS!
An entirely New ami "Original
With a Fine Array it
Sew I'nera, Sow Art, Srw HiiHie.
Tliis rmm,'n" show havtiid Isitcl !he far
pf riiti in ( 'a iliirnUi nitli the irreate-t iv-,-!,
!f li'iiv "in lhe ay loMie lircjr'in St;ae
Will Hfrrorm In SnleiM,
Till RSHA V ami FKIUAV, AWi. 15 awl to.
The iM-rleniK-s ot Ihi- p:nat -lviw of :.7
i-mnpri e ilie ln't ta ent th ti ouil-t la; lintutU
Aninnr the many jre
The lH't llllW KltOTIIKUS, Fliin? Men
of the Alv.
Tho Ffma'- Ariliats .-nut VallTliTi, l.OW
ItVV SIsi KIJs, nis ilxj only tn rrina'.e
rl lers nil the ,ast.
SAMl'K.L an-1 MONTAUL'E, tlie unrivaled
anil renowneil Acrokits.
"Mailer JAMES LEK, tbe great champion
Mi LINDA, tho Charming A-vensionlst.
Matrr FKLLCM, the Herv-ulcan Wawler.
Four Clown -UINO, MCKF.RSUN, SAM
UKLS and WILLIAM-?.
Tlie SILVKU ClIUNET BAND, led hy
The Womlcr or the WorM, C'NOCEPH
ALL'S. Also a Piaiaonn, new an-t laran Pavilion,
all under lhe sujiervlsion of the Renownt?rl
c irons .Manager, i,tu. t. it L. a .n i.
Nolo, "Vt'edmsday, AniriMt lt til.
liervaLn, Sntlirtlny, AiiKimt ITtli.
J. M. KEELER & CO.
ft5 LIBKKTV ST., NEW TURK.
ORCUOM ASD SORTII-WEST
Kor buying and Oirwardinit direct, via Ista-
mus Itall nnd t.aie Horn, wim nih
Frani-lscoconnortlons, all elassea
ami varieties of Mt'rv.hanls-,
and fur sale of Exports fnmi
Advances made on apnrnvcd ooncignrount.
and onion, retiiertluily smiioite'i.
All oniers and biislncsn will reoeJve pnimjil
X.Y Natlnnf 1 E. Bank.
..leans A. K. AC. K. Tilton, 93 Liberty
Mewra. J. L. BrrmTielt Brna.. Rankers.
Messrs. Bentley, Miller A Thoma-s 64 .soiilh
Messrs. Ijuld A Tflton, Bankers, Pori-md
A. A. McUulIy, E.j., hIuul
New Grocery Store.
B.1UESH Grwerlea and NewGooilsat onr
E? atand on t'ommctvial Street, ;ive no a
call and we will endeavor to nleie vim all.
C.CAMPBEI.L A CO.
OPO. II. JON M, J. X. PATTnWON.
lieal Estate Broker. Notary Public.
JONES & PATTERSON,
Real Estate Broken, Insurance aad
Collection Ag-eata, -
Opkka Hovke Block, Salkm, Oregon.
tT City projierty bwght and sold.
70 USES anrl STOICKS LEASED.
Farms and Wild Ijtnd lor Pale.
Kptvlitl nttentlon given to Financial
Ne,r:11alinii. ((inveyau. ing, ami UENEltAI.
-i.i:.Nt v i:lsixjs.
si AND 10 ACHE lots within nr.rinileorthe
W t 'onrt House ; ri.-li soil ; pil.;,- to loo
J. KTITZH.. f. f. WAY. A. TAYI.Olt.
Real Estate! Real Estate!
J A OK KTITZCL A- 0.,
MEAL ESTATE AND MONEY Blin
kers. Rix.ni- on lirst floor coi ner Front
and Washington streets, Portland. Ui egou,
will atiend tolhe Kile aud purchase of rttt
estate In all rl.s ol 'Oregon, rptssktl atlen
lion given to lhe sale ol l;t:niing lauds.
April hi. ilAwlf.
THOMAS H. REYNOLDS,
R-kEAI-EU IN REAL ESTATE. SALEM.
my Oregon. Sinvial altention given to the
collection of account, rents, Ac.
HAi. a. JONKS.
J. X. I'ATTKKSON
JONES & PATTERSON,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
Opera IJoilac EJIoeU,
65T Altention 1 t'nllod to the fol-
lowintf Ueseriptiouit or 1'roperty
-j'J acres 34 miles east of Suhlimltv ;
a Cx" KHJ acres iu c.ii!(K:itio. house aiid
Kirn. All under fence and well watered
with line .sprlnjrs. Trice $2,000.
f fl a.-res i miles north of Salem on
On. thu suure road. Fine house .and
sji!e'idl'l orchard ; ahundance of Final I lVult ;
rich soil for gardening and good tlniher. I'llce
AND HI AtTtK lots within one mile of
" lliecourt heu.-.' ; rich soil; jirice $io to
glou jot acre.
S acres, 21 mi'est of (Nervals. 4ft
1 ai a.-res jirairh all tl'enced. loll acres
line timher, Kod running water lor stock;
li ic,e, 10 jK-r acre.
"tf tfifc acres on King's Prairie, in Linn
Bf" Co., mi a-res in cultivation, good
niv!i:irit, hou.-e and lam. and pla well ini
tiroved, all fenced and well waiereil; price,
SI.oiki, a liaialn.
aTe on Klii'fi Pmirie, lino linuw and
barn and gmxl imnrovemuuts: price.
y i Aares 9 miles va-t of Svio. IJnn Co.,
IV ;i-.n8 in cultivation, house anrl ban.,
Miutll oivhuni, well waieruU ; trice, $lj per
1 aero? 7 me eat of alem, 8i)ledid
I i boiiM- and liarn. p od orchard, abnn
Lince of small fruit, pMxiKurinK iM the hou
aud iuutot Htoi'k water, 'Joo acres jroodplow
land. ."oa-rf? ot line timothy meadow; jirice,
$r"io. A rare Ixirgain.
II Q acres 7 mile east i;f Salem, 250 acres
T IO I'jM-ii Uind, 140 acres in cultivation, 2
orchard?., plenty of small fruti; good spring
water for stock ; price, S,0(X).
fl "O AriJES 24 ""Jes north of Sheri
dan, Yamhill county, a choice
farm, ricn nj, under pod fence; l"(?a.re3
In cu'tivntion ; house andliarnand nwill or
chanl ; all prairie exc4t enouirh of timljer for
wool ; offered very cheap and on easy terms.
i 11 ArRI-:s me-half mile Foufh of R. R.
depot at ?akin; well tfmicsl lor gar
dening ; jirice "0 jter acre.
M -9 W small im pnvements ; land well
l".'Ued and joiim; line ttmlx'r ; price $10 jer
IKsin l'olk count v: 4 miles n
f Salem; m a-ivs in culliva-
ln'ti : p.MHt sivk water and range; price $15
"fl "fi iJA i:Ki in I'olk couny, U milw w
jl x of Silem; improvements good; 30
acres in ctiKhalh'ii ; price ?-,mnt.
ARi;s7 mile south nf Salom; all
iimler fi'ive; roi1 barn ami bouse
considerable hnprvemeut ; pri-e 11 ier
acre, in nuanliltes tit suit purchasers
ACKKS l"i miles north eat or Sa
in cultivation; piod ranRo, well watered;
jirice 11 jier acre.
-fl a"a tfa ACKKS of laud t miles northeast of
Xi T " Silyenon. wiih av-mill on prem
ises: ii ice $12(K) -very cheaji.
M "S fl ACKESHmllesnortliwestofSalem:
rarfl.'i Kill tu-res in cultivation: jrixst
vjinire. well watered and gissl orchard; price
?U iei' a:re.
0ftt AlRKS 12 miles cast offalem;
J f sy snr.ill improvtmenta; irice$3iuu.
'fPttT'k A'ltES4 miles northeast of Sil
verron: vahmire larni ; well im
proved: irood new house and harn ; louacres
in oiilllva'.ion ; price $ltnm; tenns eayy.
Pi J"Tb ACHKS halt'mlle west efSaleni; near
9w ferry iaiiiiiuj:; well improved ; price
-j OO ACHKSeliihl mi'cs south of Salem,
-fi J 4 w on I he sl.i-c road. 41 acres uiidt r
cultivation; nearly alt under fence; ordinary
house and ham ; g nil voting oicbard ; price
HKS ine mile south-west of Sa
il. In Polk eoutitv. All under
i'enco; '20 acres in cultivation ; small house
and lrn: Rood younc orchanl : very desira
ble location for gardening purposes; price
OTS 1 and 2. ltlo. k 5. Jones' addition to
Siilem. .small house ; price, l,um.
OifV 1 fl I f'-'t of Mlrvk No. 13. S.
O i " W. corner .loin?. addi
tion to s-ilrm, wiih house and improvements;
T OT 4, KlrK-k -r, clly of Salem, fine honse,
iLi well tinished, near the C. V. Church;
HOUSE and half block tn Jones' addition ;
It story house well flnlshedanrl ground a
well improveil ; price 12200.
"J" OTS Hand 9, block 4. Keerts' addition, va
JLd cant and flue location ; price tV.
HOl'SEnnd ljloisln Robert's addition;
bolongltiK to M. Ii. Moon:; price 11500.
RESIDENCE of U S. Dyar, on Capital 81.;
TT OTS 5 and fi. bloi-k 2.. on Church street
JLd vacant; price looo.
BKICK store, north end Starkcy'a block
lire-proof; 8 rooms on second floor
good brick warehouse: price $1500.
I.nTS in Alhanv. hear the eonrt hoiw
jt jirice ($700 ; lmiuire of Tliomas Monteitb,
TWOUSE and lot on Front street, near rms-
JL iness part ot the citj ; now ixcupicu uy
Mrs. J. 1 blarney ; price w-iw.
HOCSEand lot. South Salem: near resi
dence of II. Owens; house unlluLshed;
Tho Renting and Ieasliijr of nil
klmla of property. Collection of Claims,
Conreyancing, Jtc, win rw:enc prompt, w
Kor further InrormUion aildress,
CORBETT, FAILING & CO.,
Heavy and Shelf-Hardware,
Iron etxxc3. SteeL
Agent for tbe fale ot
DUPOKT'S GUN POWDER.
ol and 5. Front St., Portland, Osjb.
GILL. STEEL & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
State Street, Salem.
(sole Oregon Ayeiittt lor
Chickering and Emerson
Mason & Hamlin,
A N I)
Taylor & Farley Organs.
Have just riveiTwl a large Invok-e of the
above Instruments, which we offer for
RentandforSaleon Monthly Installments I
CTCall and examine our new styles ofOr
pans, roatalnlnin? some of the tlnest combina
tions and more variety of sound than any oth- j
tr Instrumrnt oth-rel for sale in this ity. J
A large assortment ol OI'KKA Ml !il-- '
wllh and without words. Also, a well-assorted
Orders taken for any iie;e of Musk pub
A FULL LINE OF
Paper Envelopes and
ALL THE j
STANDARD SCHOOL BOOKS
now in use In our public schools constantly on
Alooa full line of
now on hand.
6iT(ive us a call before purchasing else I
XX. X. X3003NT,
t"ItOt,I2iAI.E AND KETAll, DEALER IN
All Kinds of Musical Supplies.
AGENT FOR THE
HAVING cnnsollilnted with onr own the
stoek formerly owned by J. It. M.
HlItSCH, we are now prepared to furnish our
customers with as larjre an assortment ol
(icneral Merchandise as can be found in the
city. Our slock ol'Uoods consists, In part, ol
Hardware and Groceries.
A Weil Selected Stock of
Men & Bovs' Ready Made Clothing
constantly on band. j
Calicoes, Muslins, DcLains,1
and everything nrnally found In a flrst
chuso llry Geo Is store can be found
upon our sneives.
Boots eft? Slaoes,
ofall rarieties. together with
II A. T H ,
And a Larsre Iot of lVoolen (ioods.
Wp Invite the Ladiesof the citv and Tlclnity
to call in and examine our stock.
WNo trouble to Show Goods.
WE AIM TOPLEASE.and will sell poods
at reduced rates to close out our immense
fcir-Call in and sec us before purchasing
Itemember the place.
Hermann fit Hirsch,
Commercial Street, Salem, Oregon.
(Successor to Uraforage & Wright,)
Lime and Salt,
63T Agent for Imperial Fire Insnranoe Co.,
CoMMERCiAi. Steekt, Salkm.
COOKE DENNIS & CO..
SashDoors,81i nds, Moldings,
KVSTIC, and all tbe latest styles of Inside
and outside rinlsh, of tlie best quality of clear
cedar lumber ever used In Salem. '
Scroll Sawinir, Stair Building and
Turning', V r
done with neatnnss nnd dispatch. Manufac
tm era of the celebrated
Boswell Fruit Dryer and Room Heater,
Also Mannfacture the RANKIN PATENT
tfy All kinds ami qualities of Lumber
ad Shingles r le clamp.
Best of work at lowest Prices
Please give n c" SEE or;K
SToOK, learn our prices, andgire us your or
ders. SRECIAL ATTENTION jrlvcn to onlcr.
from farmers, and lnfonnft ton freely given
gratis to our patrons.
"Adrerttsine Is the Oil arufch vim moa r .
In their lamps?- Modern frov. ,r
ADVERTISING. AGE NT,
. . BOOSISaO ASD-Sl, l
California Street, San Franclsa
Solicits Advertisements ami Subscrlptloi
forIheOHWX.fi Htatksmak and for par '
imlillshed iu California. Oregon and Xevad;
Washii'Ktoii. Clnh. Idaho. Molilalia, tailor.
!a. Ariiiona. ami adia.-eiit TerrHorirs : San. -wic.h
Isiniids. the Itriiish Tossesftons. China ;
New Zealand and the Australian Colonial v
Mexican I'orts, X k-amfciia. I'anama. Valpi
nil so and Japan; the Atlantic States an '
Has created many a new bui-inesf :
Has enlarged many an old biisinew :
, llns revived niany a dull lm-liie-s:
Has rescued inan'v a lost Imslness:
Has saveil many i fnllliis; kuslnrs;
lias pns-rvsl inaiiv a liirire busimss ;
Aud insures a success In nn v busi ness.
(iiitAHis Sh rkt.-Stephen filrnrd nse4
to tay in his old ae: "I have ulwav consid'
ereit aitvertislnir libt-rnlly and Idiig' to la- thu
great mtslliiin of siKxi-ss'ln huvliiess, and the
prelude to wealth. And I liave made It an in
- variable rule toadvertiso iu iheilullest limes
as well as the busie-4. Ion ei-rieu.-e havinn
ttiught me that money Dins s-nt is well lakl
out. and by continually keeping my business
lielore lhe public it lins secured inanv sales
tliat I otherwise would have lost."
Aflvertiwe Your Buxluena.
Keep low Xano before the Pnblic.
JiMllriotui ArtvertlHlnir will IiiSitire a
irBnslnns I Dnll, Advertise.
If BiiHinent i Brisk, Artvertia.
EST" The man who didn't bellewln olTer-ti-infr
h" pone into mrtnershiii wllh t be she IV
iff. and that official does the aiiveiiivlri.
IMPROVE YOUR POULTRY
IT. COSTS NO MOKE TO
keep (rood Fowls than
jwiur ones I
Oakland Poultry Yards,
Corner ofl'!'h ami Castro
ioatsoii of 1-"?,
Eggs for Hatching,
Kbom the Laboest asi Bet Mi:k
Fowls I AmkkicaI
Careftilly pneied and warranteil tocarrj-sale-ly
any distance. The varieties comprise
Dark and Light Brahmas, Buff and Part
ridge Cochins, White Leghorns,
Houdans, Silver Spangled Ham
burgs.Black Spanish, White
Dorkinjs, Golden Po
lands, Aylesbury Ducks, and Game, Se
right and Black African Bantams.
KST" Send stam p for Circular to
tiEo. B. DAYI.EV,
Importer and Breciler or Choice lJoullry,
BOA (B9, fait franciscn.
General Accht Tor the PoVLTKY WOHLn,
a monthly nvutaine devoteil enllrcly id I'oul
Ht. The be.-i uiper publlsliedln the country.
Siibscriiiilon, Jl on kt year. Apeuls wanteil
tor every city and town and the country. For
further information, address.
rieasc state in what paper you saw
J. B. SPKKNGF.P.
Corner Front and Salmon Streets, l'on
This Xew and Elegant liotol, with New Fur
IS NOW OPEN FOR
THE RECEPTION OF GUESTS.
Bath Room Tor the Ammnoilatiosi
of uei. Free t owh to inil
from the Home.
C3TCOME AND SEE
SPRENGER & TAYLOR, - - PROPS.
WAGON & CARRIAGE MAKER,
t'osntnerctal Nt., Haleui,
Is manufitcturtng a largo lot of
!-li-iii U WnifouM,
Of all styles, niaileo the best Easurrn Sock.
Wagons made to order. Oplers fllled on
short nmice. j
Ri-pniringjone and Work Warranted
Salem. March 1 itawtf
Pimples on the Face. Eruptions,
Blmches, s.-rfulus Incases, and all sore
artsinK from impure blond, are cured by lir.
llerce'stoluen Meiiical Hiscovery.
SALEM IRON WORKS.
B. F. DRAKE, Proprietor,
Steam Engines, Saw Mills, Grist Mills. Reap
ers. Pnms and all kinds of styles of machine
ry made to order. Machinery repaired at a
short notice. Pattern making done in all Ita
various forms and all kinds of Brass and lnsa
Castings furinshed at short notice.
J. IT. 8TAIGER,
CAPITAL BOOT & SHOE STORE
I KEEP constantly on hand a good assort
ment of California and Eastern Boots and
Special attention paid to the manufacture
CUSTOM MADE BOOTS & SHOES
Of every stvle. Pegged, Sewed and also
Celebrated Screw Bottom,
Made to order. Work and Ota guaranteed
'onebnt the best French brawls used.
SALEM FLOURING MILLS.
Best 1' anally Floor,
Bakefa Extra, XXX,
Hiddlingft, Bran and Short
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
ermoHiKr price tn cash
PAID FOR VHEAT
AT ALL TIMES.
R. C. ,
Agent H, F. M. Co.
SALEM DRAY & HACK CO.
Forwarders and Shipper,
CITY DRAYMEN &HACKMEN
All fretghtlng within the city done at short
notice and on reasonable terms.
Carrlnges constant I v In otteridanoe to eon
rer passengers to cnrs'or boats or an city drives
bet 12. 1T0. iltf
W. W. MARTIN.
COHXFItrtAt. 8TKKF.T, SALEM. ORFfSON,
Dealer In -Watehe,
SOLID SILVER AND PLATFD WARE;
Watches aa4 Jewelry Repaired.
JEWELRY MADE TO ORDER. .
EST A gantl rumrinvft of GOLV mt
SU VER ll'.t TCHX coiuUihUh n .hantl.
All Goods and Woua: WABKAXTki.
Aprltttf - '
tx. R. r. SWAIX,
Al EX EE A L AUCTIONEER, Dal'ae. Ore-.
.W gon. Ot -i k-1 lteMib!t-:iii iMii'dlug,
Mill sirect. urrlcrt solt uiii. All b'i ine
promptly a'lendidlo. m.ij-atf
'm It S"
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