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55ccti? g)ren talesman.
SmIH 'lll'MUl, AUCST 13, WJ.
The City and County.
From Daily of Kedtutday Ayg. 7.
- MEW BCTMLARIKS. "
The Crime Mill
Burgulary items have become ... frcqoent
la tbe states, Chat lume o' our ex
changes accuso as of manufacturing them
from whole clolb. While we plead guilty
to the charge of publishing them very often,
i-till we feel justified in earing that we en
uearur in aucK to tbe truth. V are be
ing continually called open to publish in me
house-breaking Incident, and this morniop
proves no exception. Three hou-ws have
keen broken into within the past two days
anil airteles missed. Tbe residence of Mr
.Miner, oeiur Known as "Scotch" Miller
was broken into Sunday night and hi:
pockets relieved of seventeen dollars
boio. i ob taieves crawled in one of th.
r a A ... . .
ironv winoows, and made their escape with
out awaaenmg any of the family. Monday
Bight siime scamp entered the residence ol
Wm. Stewart, and relieved his pockets ol
six dollars and a half of "Blthy lucre.
The same night John F. Miller's house wa
entered and a light that was burning in
one of the rooms extinguished. The
iruuers men commenced to ransack the
house, but Mrs. Miller hearing an unusual
Boiae. raised an alarm and the scamp:
scaped. The residence of Mrs. Collin
was entered at aa early hour Monday cvei -by
a couple of men, one of whom caught
her by the throat and tuld her if she raised
any alarm they would kill her on the spot.
The other then searched the houre but Snd
inj nothing of any value they soon after
wards took their leave. In the first three
eases, the intruders aaesa to have entered
, the bout through windows. John F. Mil
lor on examination of the traces they left
behind them is of the opinion that these
thieves are small boys in our city who
tako this means of earning a livelihood.
Others imagine the thieres are Chipaoien,
and Mr. Stewart thinks that he could dis
tinguish the track of his'mao the following
morning. Be they whom they may, their
depredations should bar a stop put to
then in some way.
Orr for thk Coast. About the joliiest
"coast rangers" we have seen start out this
.saason left the eity yesterday for Salmon
River. Dave Uowe bad the party in tow,
and, really, it seemed as though be bad
about all he could manage. The party
consisted of Mr. Lawrence and his party,
the Kinney sinters, the Misses Savage and
Miss Mattie Urates. They had a lumber
wagunwell filled with provision and orna
mented on tUu outside by a fringe work of
dangling pails, dippers and frying pans
Tbe back containing the excursionists, ten
iu number presented a free and easy aspect,
and the fair damsels were dressed wiibmore
regard for comfort than show. We wish
them ull a pleasant tup and in.iy they re
turn with rosy cheeks aud recuperated con
stitutions. Orr roR the Uraxd Lodge. F. G.
Scbwatka, Representative to tbe United
Stutes Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows from
this State, starts for Baltimore, Md., to
day, to attend the annual session of that
b dy, to convene in that eity during the
pr -sent month. His wife will accompany
him as far as West Virginia, where she will
viiit aamug her friends and relatives. Mr.
S-.hwtka has been a resident of this eoast
for saany years, and now returns for the
first time. Their friends unite in wishing
the old couple a plenstint vnyano.
CniF.r ExuiNKKii. Too Council, last
evening, passed npon the evidence present
ed in tbe contested election case, and bar
ing decided tbe competency of a certain
challenged vote, the result was that the
rote stands a tie between Croasman and
Brewn. Under the law, the contest will
now have to be decided by lot, at,the next
meeting of tbe Council.
Tbe Street Lamps. At the meeting of
tho Council, last evening, a motion was
adopted, direoting tbe Committee ou Fire
and Water to contract with tbe Gaslight'
Company for the lighting of tbe street lamps ',
at a price not exceeding $3 50 per month
for each lamp, the contract to run from tbe '
txst of Aagost to tbe first of next January. '
Where be is sow. Calvin B. McDon
ald, at one time editor of tbe Salem Union
ist, and well known on this eoast as a bril
liant writer, is said to be employed on the
editorial staff of tbe Daily Globe, a new
paper recently established at St. Louis.
Xi&rge Baiiish. W. L. Wade, of North
-Salem, has a large radish on exhibition at ,
fcis store. It measures sixteen inches in .
length and fourteen-in circumference, and :
weighs four pounds. It was raised by Mr. f
Van Cleare, of this county, who thinks it i
'"gets awsy with" any radish raised around
F row Daily of Thnrtd iy Any. 8.
BOSHES Y AT OKEttOX CITY.
Trie Poatofllrc broken opni -Tbe Nate
Robbed of about Four Hundred
Dollar clue to sue 'Ibtevea.
From a gentleman who came up on the
train yesterday morning from below, we
have obtained tbe following particulars of
a robbery that took place in Oregon City
Tuesday erening. The Post :B5ce was en
tered and a large sum of money taken from
tbe safe. The building is situated on Main
street and is a solid brick structure with a
store room attached to tbe rear of it built of
wood. This room was easily entered bat
iron shatters on the door sad window of tbe
main building made the entrance into tbe
store a difficalt task. Bnt whoever tbe
thief was he was apparently well posted
Tegardtng tbe location of Jb weak points
and availed himself of tbis knowledge to a
nieetT. A chisel was used and a hole of
suScent site ta admit of tbe hsnd was
made in the wall just below tbe window.
' The burglar then reached through and with
out difficulty shored the bolt fastening the
iron shutter which then swung open. This
made the entrance an easy task and the
house br. akers then proceeded1 ta March for
plunder. The PostoSce in fbarge f J. M.
Baeea, is in tbe same room, with a grocery
store kept by Jacob Wertata. There are
two irea safes in the baildiog, on of whieh
belongs to Mr. Bacon and is used for the
safe keeping of his own private funds and
and the money belong lag to tit United
States Mail Department This safe wm
broken open by tbe use ef drills aad chisels
id a largi M ef maney abstracted bnt
what amount was not correctly kaewn
when ear infortsaac left the city. Mr. Da
con was out of town rusticating at 8oda
Springs, leaving bis Deputy in temporary
charge of his basin ass. A roll of green
backs amoosting to something over two
bundled dollars was missed and a consider
abls) atnoanl in stamps. As this is a Moaey
Order office there may bar been a large
amount of money a band bat we were en
able to gain any cxant figures. Mr. Bacon
had a large and valuable eelleetion of old
and foreign coins that he usually kept dis
played Id bis show ease. These were also
taken and their value is variously esti
mated ; but they were probably worth
about two bundre i dollars. The sale be
longing to Mr. W ottman bad been drilled
opea al-i but the inner box rsmauaea un
touched end the general impression was
that tho thieves bad been frightened away
before their work was fully oompleted. Tbey
only got about two dollars in silver from
this safe. Taken altogether the villains did
their work in a seientiflo manner and were
probably old hands at the busine. The
oase has been placed tn te hand, of the
.nrhnrlttM who will o in their
power to bring the scamps to jm.
Lera-e Quantities of wheat arriving at
tie Salam Mills on storage. Tbe prtoe of
stood wheat is not yet settl.-d. Sj'oe ;i
fvlnr sol", at CO c.s p.-r bush 1.
Tm Sihut Clcb. Yes, they havecr;
ganised. Business has commenced. "Any
thing to beat Grant" ii their war cry. Snl
liran P. C. has it bad. It broke out on bim
last evening. Many () of our citizens
witnessed the outbreak. It was red hot,
you bet. Lawson was there, lie was hap
py fur a while. Sullivan proved too much
for bim and be went home disgusted. Sul
livan said he was a truthful man. He was,
in fact, a second Uvorge Washington. He
could not tell a lie. He did it with bis
little hatchet, though, wheo he at
tacked Attorney General Williams. He
aid he never wanted an office. Gwd
idea. Takes a sensible view of the case.
No one wants to give Uiui one. Sullivan
worked hard last night. Pity he couldn't
have had more timo. Kept saying he
would prove to his bearers so and so if be
only had time. Too bad. Take a week
some time between now and fall Sullivun,
and go out into the woods and shoot youi
mouth off to your hearts content. Nothing
like getting your satisfy. Tell the winds all
about it. ISreathe it to the autumn leaves
Murmur it to the running brook. But
please don't aggravate tbe people with any
wore nonsense. You hare the gift of gab
oh mighty Sulliuan, but you do sometime
get monotonous. Seven ladies beard hi:
speech last night They yawned occasion
ally. There wan t much applause till
Sullivan quit. Farewell P. C. Mariot
county can't appreciate yu.
The Contested Electio.n. A good ileal
of disgust and dissatisfaction was tell yes
terday by various and sundry iiiterej-teu
parties, at the immense length of time t
which the Chief Engineer contend elec
tion ease has been drawn out. A mouth
lias elapsed, the Council has met and ad
journcd, taken testimy and heard argument.
The matter has been referred and reports
unon. and, after all, the case has come tt
this complexion : That nobody had a ma
jority, and that lots must be drawn to de
cide which of the contestants is entitled t
the office. "The honors are eoi-yv' and un
der that aspect of tbe case neither f ifae
contestants cares fur the office. The Ao
nf m e'eerum was about all that tbe Strug
rle was about : and now that it comes to
pulling straws lor it, the boys are quite in
different. They say that naymrfy could get
to be Chief Engineer if he were only icky
enough to eet the electing straw. Tbe
question of worth and popularity cuts n
fiirure in the matter when it comes to a
game of chance. And so, the controversy
has lost its principal interest.
Thb Old Coirt Hoitsk. la view of the
coming session of the Legislature many ol
our citizens are fitting up their residence
in order to have them appear well to out
siders who may at that time take occasion
to visit our city. Among other improve
ments we yesterday noticed some woikuiei
engaged in fitting up the front of the old
court house building. The columns have
been re-t-t in their proper places and ne
panels put on. Mr. Lawson informed us
that tbe entire front would be repainted,
which will :u. terially improve its pre.eat
appearance. We are pleased to note thit
change, as the building in its preseut dilap
idated state is an eye sore to our city, liu'
before long Marion county will have by far
tbe finest court bouse in the State.
As I'ssafe Iinrnce. Our attention has
been called to tbe unsafe condition of the
bridge crossing Mill Creek near Turner'
Station. The timbers of this bridge are
reported in a decayed condition, tbe boards-
loose and in some places missing, thus rco
dering tbe bridge an unsafe one for public
travel. It is to be hoped the authorities
will attend to this matter and have it re
paired at once.
Rkcorhek's Court. A sui-picious look
ing character was arres'cd Tuesday even
ing while prowling around tho residence of
Rafus Mallory. One of the night watch
men took charge of bim and be was brought
up before Recorder Patterson yesterday
morning, who, after hearing the case, im
posed a Sue of five dollars and costs, who h
the prisoner paid and went on bis way re
Frvm Daily of Friday Aug. 7.
Love vs. Fri it. An amusing incident
happened a few evenings since at tbe resi
dence of one of our first families, illus
trating tbe power of appetite over love,
The young lady is well known as one of our
handsomest belles, prepossessing and ac
complished. The gent a fashionable and
favorite beaux of the fair sex, and if re
moved from all temptation would be perfec
tion personified, but, alas, grief came
knocking at the door, and things did change.
It was the holy Sabbath evening, and bis
heart clamored for ber presence. He hied
himself to ber home in yonder grove, and
reveled in her smiles and silvery rippling
lasjgh. lie was tranquil, be floated in
elysian fields and listened to tbe notes of
angels' harps. But the fair daughter of
Eve bethought herself of some nice ripe
fruit, in ber mother's larder, and thinking
bow nice it would be to sit at table with her
adored Joeras, she brought forth tbe plums.
Upon casting bis heavy, languid eyes upon
tbe tempting dish, be forgot having just
told her that he loved her worse than to
bacco or anything good, be appropriated
the entire contents for himself, as guests
ought f rst to be helped. Tbis was one too
saany for her sensitive nature ; there came
a lull in the conversation, a little gaitered
isot did beat tbe carpet impatiently for a
moment, a sudden burst of anger, followed
by a rush of crystal tears. lie, feeling in
jvred, began to boil and foam within, in
creasing rapidly till he bailed right over
his shirt coliar, and in tbe deepest tones ol
hatred struck a tragio attitude, said his say,
after which he seized his bat and rushed
frantically from the room, leaving her alone
and weeping like an aocieui Niobe. lie
casae to us in his hour of trouble to find re
lief, and as ao open confession is good for
the heart, he told us all. "'e condoled
with him, and was successful. 11 is heart,
though splintered, has recovered, but be
has lost all faith in tbe fair sex, and de
t ghts in murmuring, "frailty, thy name is
woau." Aad now, we, in bebalf of tbis
injured youth, do warn our unsospcit'ng
lovers from eating out of tbe same dish
with their affianced.
Akother Dari.io Robbkrt. We are
a;aia called upon to chroolole the oft re
peated item ef another, and a bolder rob
bery than has yet been committed in tbe
city. Tbe residence of Mr. John Reynolds,
East Salem, was entered by burglars on
Wednesday oifcbt, and ransacked from
garret to eellar. Mr. A. H. Young, a
boarder at the house lost a valuable gold
watch and a tpair of pantaloons. Tbe vil
lain apposing that a (air exchange was no
robbery, retired to tbe wood shed where he
donned the aeater pants, leaving his own
in their stead. Mr. T. was fortunsti
onoagh t have another pair, so he is
arouad town as usual, his appearance un
changed except by tbe absence of his band
soma watch and chain, as none was left in
its place, s there no remedy for such
oertrageoas villainy, can there be ao way of
putting a stop to this pillaging, which has
become of nightly occurrence T It has gone
too far already, and now let everybody be
on their guard, and try to bring the thieving
wretches to justice.
AoaicotrcBAL. We are furnished tbe
following items of interest by Mr. Dsvid
Xewsom of Howell Prairie : The harvest
ing f grain is progressing finely in our
recti' of the country. Headers and Reap
ers are iu great demaad, aad tbe owners of
them doiag a rushing business. We find
in our travel that where wheat was not
properly washed in vetriol before sowing,
tbey are considerably troubled with smut,
and tbe invariable assertion is that another
year they will be a little more careful. We
bare had some new agricultural implements
introduced this season that work admira
bly, and give good satis'aetiou. We are
pleased to see such rapid strides of pro
gress in tbis department, as it betokens en
f t prise.
A Yeeng Man Lonea III Life.
One of the most sh.kiug accidents oc
curred about 11 miles southeast of Salem,
it has been our duty to record for
time. The circumstances of the
accident are givenjus as follows : Mr.
Pierce and his son were engaged in bsultng
bay. Tbe wagon bad just returned iroui
the field, and the half at the rear end of the
rack had been unloaded. Tho youn- man.
aged 18 rears, jumped to the ground mid
started around the wngon ; his father ami
brother, supposing that he was going l the
house, said nothing to him. lie climbed
upon the tontine or the wauon. readied ti
and caught bold of the pole, "fed lu keep
ihe loud m, which had been thrown off nl
the other eud. But upon attempting to
climb up be slipp.d and fell between tin
horses, one of which was young and liery.
and commenced kicking. Th'.s lrighteiieu
the other horse, and they started to run, the
waifon oassine over the bov's breast no
stomach, and breaking bis left arm in two
places, lie was immediately carried to the
bouse and Dr. Carpenter sent for, but mcl
leal aid was of no avail. The poor b
suffered the most intense pain imaginable
for two long hours, when lie died, liurio):
his awful suffering bo would throw bis bro
ken arm wildly around, never com
plaining of its burtiug only bit
stomach and breast, all the while praying
and pleading to die. He was a quiet boy.
the pride ol a fond father, anil thu hope o:
a loving mother. So soon to fall the vie
tiia of a death so horrid nn.l appalling. U"i
know not the day nor Ihe hour wo may In
called from earth, as death is life's antago
SorTiiERS Okeoo. We yesterday met
Mr. Sutherland, a rasideiit of Dongln
county who furnished us wilti a lew item-
'rora that county. Mr. S. informs us Ihu
workmen aro engaged in building a bridal
aeross the North Vuipqa. near H isebnrc
and that work will tie su-ncii'led l-r th
season upon the completion of tho rond t
that place. A large mountain of solid rool
iust beyond U-.seburg will eagae thei
attention for sometime, upou the com
mencement of operations tho coming sea
son. The principal places of business
and almost the entire town of Oaklam
is removinz to the depot, a distance o
about a mile from the old site. Ciop
seem to be in nlut the same con
d.tion as our farmers here in Murioi
county. The late sown grain is ripening
too fast to fill well, but an average crop
expected. Mr. S. i vititing our eity S
the purpose of proeurioi: a winters reM
denee if pi,s-sihl.
State Fsltt. The lime is drawing nca
for a repetition of our .""tate Agnculiura
Fair at this place. Since tiie la-t c.ibibi
tion, considerable improvements ha e oct-
innde on the R-.cic y grounds waieh i
make it ik-a.-auter lor pariu-tpants am
visitors. The grounds have been cniar
and well attended to during the past year
and from what the dirci-tors yay, persons
who may attend this season will be uiu-.-h
oettcr pleased than ben lofore. They in
tend to tar cxrel all pa.-t exhihiliou? as
more liberal rewards are offered in the dif
ferent branches of industry.
Paixfii. Arni'F.ST The little son ol
Rev. A. Myers fell froin it ln.Mrr the
Agricultural Works yesterday. .1 distance o!
about fifteen feet, sustaining painful but noi
dangerous injuries- IK- was enaeil in
carrying waler for the workmen, and was
ascending with n bucketful h-n he inised
his footing and fell, cutting a gash iu his
head about two- inches )on, one on bis
right arm about as bad. and dislocating bis
left wrist. A physician was immediately
called, who dressed tbe little siifierei's
wounds. At last accounts ho was doin
Off os tub Mokni.no Train. Ye Local
and Ye Foreman of the Statesman departed
ycstjtduy for the foaming surf, there to
wander on the sparkling beach aud drink in
the music ol the sad sea waves. It will re
quire about a week for tbcm lo take in u
cargo, when they will return and settle
down in their now vacant chairs. Oysters,
clams and landlords would do well to give
them sea-room. Oar kindest wishes do
accompany them, that is. that their "shad
ders won't diminish or git any littler."
Will Re-ops. The Leaf Mule School
will re-op :n in North Salem September
1st, under the superintendence of Prof.
Smith. The Prof, has been very success
ful thus fur in his tedious work, bnt be is
determined to do everything witbin bis
power, for bis unfortunate fellow beings.
He wishes all pupils to attend promptly
upon the day appointed, so as to rlass
them off as may be occssary. At least
twenty-five pupils are expected to be in at
tendance during the following term.
Attemft at UuiKiLAHV. On last Tn- j
day evening an attempt was tuntle to break !
into the residence ol I. N. (iilliert. It
happened that there were two yottnt; men j
staying at the bouse that niht, and urx n '
bearing the attempts to enter a window, -raised
an alarm. The vaitrnntii fled, but I
not very t-xpeditinusly , as one of tbein stojd
by the fence until after tbe buys had fin- j
isbed calling him pet names, when he qui
etly wandered off.
Houe Man 1.' s-actcrb. Congress made a
provision that tlie rails tu be used in tbe
construction nf the North Pacific R.ultoa.l .
must be manufactured troia native ore,
and by companies lnsiue the Lui'cd Mues.
We -consider this an advantageous luw to
all concerned as it encourages boiuo siian
nfacture, and should be inserted in every
charter fcercafter siren.
Fatal Accidejit. A mun named lVil-
liam Daltnn, while n"rkin upon the Locks j
at Oregon City, on Wedue.-daY l;i?t, was
instantly killed white cnijaed in guidina
train uf dirt cars, that were being drawn
up the grade by an engine nnd drtick.
The strain upou the rope becoming too
great it parted, rauin? the derrick lo fall
unon him. i-rushintr him almost to atoms. 1
Asothkr AimtVAL. fShenlf J. M. Cay
wood, of Multnoiiub, liroiiglit up t'ornrhiM
Gilfoy, yesterday, to the Penitentiary. iil- I
fuy is in fnr life, fir tbe murder of W. R. i
Wales, at Portland.
Height of coolness tbe summit of lt.
Wild oats are s crop that grow most
rankly by gas-liht. a j
Troubles are like babies. They grow
larger by nursing.
Business in County and Probate Court is
unusually light tbis month.
There are 500,000 brick in the first story
of tbe new Court House.
A liberal ase of printer's ink is a sure
sign of success in business enterprise.
Tbe potato crop through, ut tbe country
will be rather poor tbis season.
Weather record remains unchanged. Oys
ter stews and cofiee are not in great de
mand. Ask B. F. Brown if be wsnts to ratify
any more over tbe news from North Caro
lina this morning.
Eugene City is charged with baring a
female sexton, and she inviriably reserves
tbe best graves for tbe young men.
So news from the eicurs-onists tbis
morning. Our grape-vine telegraph is sad
ly out of order, owing to tbe heated term.
Prof. Francis has returned to this eity
and does not deny the reports brought down
down from Corva.lis this morning.
No boats up or down for several days
past. Low water and bat little Itei-ht is
what's the matter.
Trarel on tbe railroad is inereaaing
daily. A trip to the front is a pleasant
pastime at this season of the year.
: Hats with a thermometer attachment is
tbe latest thing out. Yon can stand on
your bead il tbe mercury is too high.
Our millers inform ns that wheat is
is worth only about sixty eentt a bushel.
Considerable of it ooming in however.
: Sullivan has taken possession of tbe Dal
las Republican, and will hoist tbe names of
Greeley and Brown as his candidates. This
will no doubt have a great effect on the
olceliJ-n returns of New York and Pcnn-yl
V lliirt. t
NORTH CLB0L1XA ELECTION.
The Latest Reports Favor the
SEIZURE Of THE CUBAN PRIVA
TEER. tRobberjr anal Outrage on the
Wm. Lisye Garrison Advises the 2fe-
guots ip ua to trrant.
War Between Egypt and
EAB7QUAXE IN CALIFORNIA.
Tier 'VortSj 'nrollnn KltH-tlon.
Xi;w iV.aK. August 4. A ltiiUdyl
s;)cnil UUlu; Ucrald gives the retiini
fioui iij-aijr jiJJ the points in Xortl
tjcnsdhot- Xbw come in slow art
(ittii4t.J xid.Kjillictitig, and increast
tlv ocinrsl dw.it. Democrat asseri
fsV-irutudWiU'C is elected hy 1,500 t
Ji-j)rt'i3ii'niis cluini the same tin
4.!:ittarell. He-publicans chtiiu about
i.uM r UteinoeriUie vote ot lsl(j
t uiidiiiiilit Saturday sixtv-thre
-cniitaie fc'jv.Ml Keptibliean gniiisi rl
l.voV over IImO. A later dispatel
.-itutcs .that seventy-one counties givt
;ald"-U again of 2.737 over the voti
of 1S7U, lenity: 2.2US to be overcom
in the ri-iuxUiijig twenty-one counties
UK- i iiusnivs that tlic returns ail
not swJ lick' iT, to assure a Kepuhlicai
victorr, Intaiow that IX'inocratic re
norts are ejtirirenui The Time
coiiciMtes. rlie-lett ion of five Iemocnit
ic ('in'rrrti and acktiowlcdjn-s th.
defeat f SeCi.
Kalkk.h. Aii-rust 4. Ollicial am
p-n-tial retwrus of seventv-llve eountie
liKluce tiie Jciiiocratic inaiotitv o
1S70 t -Me 2.000. Tim reniainii
venlir mutinies are inosllv small
iiid will fsti materially chaise tin
,n"o;nrcs. lees aililicMtis com-tde tl
:State bv 1.51)0 r 2.000 majority. !til.
aniens- iiin is felt tit the re-u!t.
I'lie Latest from orlh C'arollun,
"kw Yosav Augu-t 5. A Times
special say s Ua'jJwell has 1,434 nmjori
!ty 111 s,-veuJy-Jr counties. Kettirn:
tlmini tlx r'-tuaJuiiig counties will pro!
::tbly rethuK- llns inaioritv to 3J0. TU
lust olhchi c-miut only will decide tin
The Trtf iulw. World and Sim stil
i:-hjim tho electkisi of Merriuian. Gain
.111 uie jAiigrfSsjoiK1i iisfricts are n-
Scis-u-r the Pioneer.
N tiw loiiK. Au-Mist 4. A viort
JM'-p'itcli. .Kw;jpaiiied by ('a plait
Uk-hie. vf Ok i-uttcr Minvasin, went
:itioai-d tlie I'kwa-er yestt-nlsty aid timk
jilinge ol Ixt by order of' President
'o'-Miit. fir violation of tho neutrality
ims. LkiiU Jiaiit t'haveron, a Cuban,
cle.hiaiukd of flie Marsha his paiK-rs
.-.utile i.auie if the Cuban Republic.
Ttiy were tvad by IJichie. iudor.-iiij;
:ili.-.ui. a:il iutoiniii jjthe Lieutenant !
ihe Mar-leU" authority. Chaveron
;.it"Hesred in tlie name of tho Republic.
lie nreit a gnu. Tint-w Ins sword over
fund and i.ailed his colors 10 the mast.
i'U' ollicer aud crew left tlie vessel in
ih? hai.thol Marshal. The United
:Stiiies oll'ux-rs luiloadcd tlieauns of the
I'inncer. anil sjt(. will lie dn-i,e 1 and
linaiit.-d. 'ilu-ca-e nil be bioujrht
iHifoie tlie Courl, at Providence, on the
SBulrusrr oil flir 1?kr Frontier.
liitowxsviij.K. Texas, August 2.
A HtniM sjM-t-hil says tin- I'uited
States Commission is h, session. There
jssiuuh excitement on the Mexican
4lf. Sum: interesting l velop,iieuts
have been slKtvii before tla- ('01 nniis
s'hni as to Jin- Mexicans in Texa ?. It
3s sitpHscil that tlie a-rriculturali- ts ait
shltially sitii:g catt-le lliieves. The
efforts of Mexican olliccrs to n rover
IjeJore Mexican authoriries iiave
isruved us-iess. Cattle sTr-ti i i ti'- has
inv:i growiiig since the relx-llioii." The
ihv-ves seize and d tain asseis l, j- nu
til tl' raiil succeed. I'orein iner-c-haiKlise.
in hou I here for .Mexico,
prior to -lu ly 1st, is allowed to enter
Iexico tiinii-r tlie old tarill' rates.
Lw-.tlenant Uiii ki-. of the State inoimt
xl police, was before the (Commission
Jim.1 gave evidence of an appalling
TtMTi of murders; of numlier of ar- !
my otli.-ers. soldii i-s and courier who I
vert; kiTed for plunder; State otlU-ials j
ami eusiom Louse olliccrs were killed, j
tlieii- hod i mangled, and men were !
kilSed even in lliownsville. Officers j
weiv lie-ieginl at the mouth ot the itio j
iraiidc and iminlered by jittrties cross-
" afr in fail daylight. Xolhiii is sale;
lrosa the t! ievi s. who are armed with j
Spej ter :i ud Winchester rifles. Olli-I
cei-s are slmt at daily. !
Wm. Lloyd iarriun o Naimner.
lif-TOX. Aumist 5. Wm. Lloyd
"Jartisoti, in a column and a half letter
kMf'ssciI to Clinrlc Sumner, rt vii-w-iiig-tho
S-iiator's ievut coiiiinunica
liiu! to tw colored voters, siys : -I
jirojaisc to s)eak witli o-'jtial )l:iiiiness.
.ujkI as enrnostly to etituist-l my colored
4-ouiitryiiii-u not to follow your lead in
this matter, tut as voters to move
unitedly for the re-election of Crant,
lVtr!Vt-ry cotisiiliratioii )eitainii;o to
ira-jf saiiij- ai.d ii:i)iiiii-ss. tor
-iasc! ol cuiiaf nsihts. and
oi etiiiai rioiits. and lor tlie
fLITlilior-lios ,f o,.,1.!
J'rfsiili-nt Vrant nnl Aim. Micrltlmi.
Xkw Vokk. Attjiusf 5. A dispatch
Inwu Alexin. (Iria siiys I'resiilent Craur
is slaying with his frit-uds n one of
tlie islands in tlie St. Lawrence. Gcii
ttrx'J .Sht-riilaii is also them.
lOKKH-iN r.M S.
JLj-ptlmi -Alijsmiiiian Mar.
I"Alil.s, August .5. A di-p.-ilch from
Suez reports two thoii-and Kgyptians
3iihjicii.g ou Ahyssinia wiih a iew to
coutytitr.-t. Kinperor Kassai is niarch
iiigfn niK-t them; hut it is thought
his j.-eat istvi taiii. and that Magdalia
w i!5 irVeiitualh' fall into tlic hands of
Ihe Juvadcr-. j
LrirtliquKke S,iiorU. I
Samx ts Cn v. Auiru-t 5. We were. !
.it precisely ten o'clock, vi '
nt h a very heavv
4-ai-thiiuake. l'lio I
uncl'ititioti was li-om la-rtli to south
El-Ul'tTiO-N uF lilE D2:UT.
Democratf Ccne to Crief
THE COLORED VOTE FIRM FOR
IxeHcr From ortli Carolina.
THE SPANISH REBELLION.
Calilbrniu liiJit -l-i-i.
THE ELECTI05 IX UTAH.
Oemocratio Suocess in Mon
tana. EitCTION RIOTS IN CANADA.
Another Mexican Outrage.
nHluciton or tbe PuMIe Debt.
TAPHrxGTOX, August 6. A Wash
ington ?pf!cial says yjcn?tary Bout--wcH
expijct the reduction in the pub
lic kht for August will be oter twelve
More Dfaicratlf Defeat.
IX)o.vn.l.E, August 5. The city
fleaion to-day was carriexl by the Cit
i wins' ticket ngainst Ihe regular Dem
xTtic ticket, although the latter was
snijaported by tlie Democratic and Lib
CixciNXATi, Augut 5. At the elec
tiaa at Covington and XTewport, the
Independents beat tlie Democrats
Tbe Colored Tote Finn la Solid for
Obeklk. (O.) August 5. At a col
oml meeting tt-night, it was resolved
Ik to be Ted into the Democratic
catr.p, and they urge all tiegroe to
ir with full allegiance with the Ke
1ittburgh. August 5. The col
orwl vote here is 1,500 to 2,000, solid
tireeley "Swing tt Around tlie Cir
Providence, August 5. Greeley
returned to Bristol this morning, ami
hfld a reception at the .Bristol Hotel
tills alternoon. lie was uus evening
entertained by Captiln Miller, a prom
inent Democrat, lie goes to a clam
bake to-morrow at Silver Springs,
Xorth Carolina The Situation.
New York, August C. Both par-
tie still claim Aortli t.arolma. 1 tie
tribune figures Merriiuau's majority
it l.."W0. A Work! special savs il
Caldwell gains in the same ratio in
a urn ties to be heard from, he is elec
ted by a small majority. A Herald
dispatch siy it will take th? nilicial
imnt to decide. I hilli;)-. t liaii nian
of the Kepublicsii Slate Committee,
figures Caldwell's majority at. 1,-100.
The Republicans elect Cobb, Thomas
and Smith to Congress.
A '"tjiiwli" Joe Johnsou,
St. Louis, August 5. Toe Johnson
writes to Colonel Ashley that he hoes
the Democrat- will give Greelev a
hearty support. He thinks the over
throw of the administration is neces-
ir3 '-lie says : "Tell our old war
associates they tire the people I love
t all others 111 the world next to my
The Results of" the Sp:uiiMh Rebelliou.
Maiuud. August 5. The Impartial,
-peaking of the Cuban insurrection,
ivs; tiver 13.000 rebels have been
killed. 70,000 have surrendered to the
ipauish authontie. and 10.000 horses.
1.000 arms and 3.000 swords have been
vurvcy of Stut p IUmiKtHrv I.fiio Sen
tence l II I(llhtV S'OHtHMKtt-r
NlenntMltivt S'o. Ift4tlttrk IMvislesial
- Illlrw4tuctiuil of ('Hrn Vlixlai-
uii-iit ul a Keveiiue SuH-rvisor.
San Fkanoisco, August ti. Col. D. '
V. Vonsehiiiidt. haviuv; lieen awarded ;
he contract for running the boundary ;
ine between California and Xevada, I
rom the Oivgon line to the Colorado
iver. will commence operations next 1
V. 15. Kiag. late Postmaster of
Lake City. California, convicted ol '
iH-iiiiig and wilfully detaining a let
er containing 11 note for collection,
uitil the tii-111 who. signed it whs ;
nabled to dispose of its properly, was ;
eiitenced to-slay. in the L'uited States 1
iivuit Court.lto impiisoiiineut tor two
nonths and toiay a line of $500 and ;
-,ts of suit or be imprisoned till thei
ininiii.t is paid. !
l'l- X. I'. V. Co.. which has bought !
lit the Oregon Steam-hip Co"., boats!
md prTiy. has declared its tArst i
.livideiie l. payable to-day. J
I. .. l'oppe ofSohouiii has arrived
Ufv from lbd-tein. (iermany, with a !
large iU intify of young carp, which he !
hroiiht through alive. This is said to 1
be the lit-t lot of earl) that ever reached j
America alive. He projits to go into'
the business of propagating them ex- :
teusively iu the water of California.
L. M. Faulk. heretd'ore Supervisor
of Internal Keventie, Collector of Xj- I
vada. Utah and Arizona, has now been :
apjioititcd for the entire P-ie'tie coast, ;
including Ure-ron and Washington.
UTAH IKKKl lOltT.
WeleRnle Uleolloii I Ste Election in
Salt I.aki August 5. Tho dec-1
tion is over, and was quiet throughout.
Small sijnails of the Xauvoo legion i
rotle about ihe streets, hut otherwise;
no inirocr ilcmonstratioii. The j '
Mormon catuliilate is elected. Max !
Well, however, received a Ulhtisoiiie ' ;
Vote, ai.d will conte-t tlie seat. For
the tirst time thetieiitilc ladies voted
ill Utah, and only one ot them was
challenged Mrs. Stenhou-e. Her hal-
lot wa- alt-.-rwanls received.
Salt Lake. Au-ut 0. It is thought
Maxwell. I'.tr iJe.cutite. has received
I about :.,"( Rl votes in the Territory. :
I w hich the Tt ilatne In ltevc- is a ma jor- i
. ity of. -ill the U-zi vi-tes cast, as a
l.-ii'e iii (! iio!i of the natives arc
I neither native or naturalized.
; The l.ihcral Ties- .i--rti witlion! ;
coutridietioii, lint the Si liool of the
I'topliets hy direetioii (if Ilrihain
Voting instigated and ns-istc-J iii the ,
outrages on atntilay night.
(.'okinxe. August' fi. The election
at this place ye-terdaj- resulted in a
In rite majority tor (ion. Geonre H. ,
Maxwell, (ieiitile Delegate to' Con-j
frte-s. ft is generally eoneeded that
Mctiinnis, the 1 innoeiatic delegate for
Montana, was elected hy ;i large ma- ;
jority. " ;
Qt'F.HirK. Aujjimt .". A dispatch
says: At ihe oeneral elections tor ihe
Center and West Divisions yesterday.
Caiichon men in the Center Division
took Miss(.si()n of the polls and com
inenced fetunil exces-es. Tho Kos
men hamled together to repel attacks. .
hut were too weak for their assailants,
who were 'i.oOO stronjr. and armed
with revoivi i-s. A tearlui eiicounti-r
took place at the foot of Kii-tache .
street, in which several lives were lo-t, '
while the wotindeil are :muilier!ess. ;
Th" Doiiiiiiioti iiitillen.-anil field hat-;
tery had to Ik- called on, as well as
armed provincial police. The polN
heiut; taken pos-es-inn of no tair rc-
turns eiill'.il he made, hot I '.-nii-hiiii tlu.
j l.-,.,.iii'l, I -;iiim,1'i;iii 7iinliil;iti- is ilt-i.toi-,1 .
i ,..,.,,,.,,,..1 'I'l,.. v. riii, lu..,Li
... - " . . - I . 1 I
wm are lo he exter
minated hy the French, according to ;
the statements of the leaders of the,
French party. It is feared more hlood i
will he -hed. as the Diamond Harbor
hoys are going up to tow n to revenge
the murder of their men.
Tokonto. Angu-t ty. Anson G. 1'. !
Dodge has Ix-fii n-furued to I'ar'ii.-i- I
liient for the const iiti-jiicv of Xorth '
Hiiurn -r '.iptiir, l In Texis
arrl.s;! oil' to Mexico.
Matamora". August 5. Colonel ;
Pedro aldi-z. of the Mexican army. 1
cros--d the Ilio (Jrande with an armed :
hand and captun-d Ahr ihatn (Jonsalez.
at hi rancho 1 elow Kagle pass. Texas. !
and brought hint to Mexicoa prisoner. -
LATEST Futi.il aokiH CAROLINA.
Tlie talc it 21cpub!iean.
SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' REUNION
Reign ot Terror on Mexican
' SHCOT KQl ON THE S?0T!'-GEN.
MONTANA PROBABLY REPUBLICAN
Later from Xortb Carolina.
Wilmington. August fi. The Star
and Journal both claim Merriuian's
election by about 800 majority.
"Wa?higtox. Augu-t 6. A tele
gram just received says the Republi
cans have carried Xorth Carolina by
at leat 1.500 majoritr.
(Signed) W. W.Belkxap."
WujarxGTox. Atigut 6. A comiir
ison of the official returns with tlie re
ported tnajoritii: 8 show errors in half
the counties. Both parties are hope
ful, though nothing but tne fllcial
count can itecide it.
Philadelphia, Aiignst 6 Judge
Merriman telegraphs to Alexander K.
MeClure that he believes be is ehcted
by a majority of from 500 to 1.000.
The Times Raleigh special says
Caldwell is elected by 1,000 majority.
A Herald dispatch claims that the la
test returns give Meniwan 760 majori
ty, according to Democratic count, but
add that it is absolutely impossible to
decide till the official vote is given.
The Tribune says its returns elect
Caldwell hy 400 majority, bnt. is not
disposed lo give up tlie i&tte on the
Washisotok, August 7. The fol
lowing telegram, to President Grant,
was recei veil this morning :
Raleigh. 2T. C, AngtM 7.
North Carolina has elected the en
tire Republican State ticket by a ma
jority Ringing trom 1.500 to 2.000. ,
(Signed) . Thos. Settle.
Soldiers' and Sallora' Reunion.
Baltimore, August 7. A meeting
of the soldiers and sailors ot Mary
land was held last night, to make ar
rangement for attending the reunion
at Pitubnrjh in September. Ou mo-
t on. (veil. Agnn' resolution passed to
extend political fellowship to Confed
erate soldiers who longht atainst the
L'uited States, exacting 110 condition
exci'iit the cordial sumiort of Grant
Jtefjru mt Terror ou the Xcik-nn Bor
der. Xew Yokk. August 7. A Browns
ville. Texa, special says the details of
Mexican outrages as given before the
Commission are shocking. Men were
made poor in a single d;iy by driving
off of their herd over the Ilio Grande,
which i a weekly occurrence. Men
were kilh-d for a dollar tribute. A
reiga of blood exists iu the country.
Tlie ppl are armed day and night.
rtle of ItoiuK.
Xevt Ycii:k. August 7. The olfer
ings if louds to tne (iovei uineiit ti
lav aJJiOonted to $0,500,000. at 11-37
il.V30; 2.000,000 were bought at
iilel Jualiee t'lia.ie III.
Xevt Yohk, August 0. The Tri
btuie siaii that Chief Justice t;hase is
snllering ojdy from a malarious at
tack, iiis brain is unclouded.
4im. Itlx on Ureelcy.
New Yokk. August 7. A letter
from Geiirral John A. Dix, declining
to atteiKl a Greeley ineetinir. L'ives the
following rea-ons why he is opposed
to 1 kit gentleman : "First, m-catise 1
believe linn to be as unstable as water,
perpetually floundering, to carry out
'liat .scripiural illutnition, am'id the
surges of opinion, and deficient in ul.
reipiisites essential to ti linn and con
sistent adiiiinistralion ot the govern
ment. Second, because he has u-ually
been fotii d among the most extremi
ultr.iists 011 the great questions of po
litical aud social duty which have Ik-cii
brought under public discussion dur
ing the last quarter of a century.
Third, b.'cause he has been an advo
cate, la this instance liersistentlv, 01
that most unjust and unequal com-
111eiu.il system which is destroy itij!
our nicrcinlde and .hippiug inteivsts.
Instpiiijl up enormous accumulation;
of e;ii!li iu the hand of pridectei
clashes to the oppression ami impov
vr.sauieiit ol ail l in i l otuiii, he
cinse lie is associated, in ivl.ition-
iiioft- r lt-ss intimate, v ilii some 01
the ci.itrf jilunderers iu the city of Xe-v
York, justly wariHoliu tlie aiireheu-
Miui tktt. tliioiigii tin complicity o
I. is JieJ I rail (li-po-iu.Hi. the same
.-Vsit-iU of fniu-l or corruption which
l.as di-grao-d the municipal govern
oieut 01 this city may he carried l
111. it- iiif 111.1.11- cxlrviiics in the ad-ini..i-
niliiii of the federal Govern-
turiit. Fifth becau-' in the d.nke-t
iir of tbe i-ollnlrv's iieril. when a
tmJ-om-i coiiihiiiation had lieei
loruii-d to overthrow the (ioverimieiil.
he openly counselled the cow.trdij
jiujuy ot uon-i'esi-l.ii.ev ami ai'-pne
eeiy.i-111 Uie ilis-ultit 10:1 ol Die I mo.
wlieiK-ver tlie cotton States shout
nuike up fjji-ir minds to go."'
Ofnt'j ,f JuTires 'oiiflriiief.vniellr
iiul Kii--V tu. I. ellj iu .noii I.
p tn A MliKM-aiiit.
Sax Vua vri -"n. An-'. 7 An olli-
cial disiat-li fi-oin Dr. Xovarro, Mex-u-ii
Uoii-ul f. ji-nei-.il at Xew York, to
lr. Kivas. Consul at sail Fra.ici-co,
Confiriiis lle lea h of I'le-ident Jtiar-4-z.
hut states it took ilac- ou the 1 St h
of -lulv, aul not on the loth, a? r-.-
Chilton K. "in-hiw. who acted a
Private .Svrttary to his father. Ad
iiiiiaJ WinsJusv, coiiitiiUted suicide hy
-lumtit. him-seif thl'oli:'!i tlie head at
the I lx-idejitai this nioi iiii . lie was
tiu si trricd. and arrived Iroia 1 auaina
o,i ti- oa-til ution -hi! v '2'M.
A l.-eMteu:,,,! Colo, ,ei Thomas t i v.
V. S. A., r.veully ,la.edm there -
tired lisf. di.-l of apoplexy, at the cor-
ner of t iiw-rrt-ro and S-coinl -iieel-.
this . veiling.
. A;im U-"-J:T,?'lV:fili''u
:iigrin. is Iving 4-riticailv ill in Yir- i
ginia. wiih cancer in the face.
I.ir. Ani.i.i.1 . Aug. 7. lion. Wm. -D.
Kelly. 4f I'l-nn-yivaiiia. is an-:
jionncn! f sieak to-umi row night.
C ltl lt.X S1IWS.
PnrlinavTDt tt lx Prrfeil Si4lil
I irllmi'-nl in Irelunil onll-ira-lion
at Nlr-liiii-.oBro'l, Ituwi. ;
I.xinS. August 7. Parliament!
trill he prorogued on Saturday night.
. Therr is smile exeiteiueiit in Ire'and j
over rcriortnl gold discoveries near
Sr. PiTVAtMU'Ko. Augu-t 7. A dis
pntch fnm Xis, hni-Xovgorod states
th-iT a eoi.fi ngration is now r-ging in
that city Tin- lire hrcke out in that
ipi-ivter of tlh- pi-id- w here the annual !
fair is l-td. and Ins already destroy cd ;
large :jnajil il V-s of vahtahle goixls.
Trie I( lnt 1e 1 1 etion.
S.m.t U.k.f. Angu-t 7. A scial
from Ih-h-na. M.eitana. Ihis .-iftetiioon.
s:iys Mnginnis Democrat for Ih legate ;
is two hundred ahead, w ith Daw sou ;
enmity to hear from, which is exi c-i
14-d to turn the M ile in favor of ( lag-
g tt i'eptihlicau. :
1TAU TUKKITOKI. '
!.- f tiii.i r.om 11nilHTIi4" !
Iuiti'n l.ilnn outi Ibutioim uu j
site Mini .
Sxl.T Lakv. Angin t 7. A legi-tered
linkage. Miil. lining 10.000, was
stolen tviitii the mail U-twcen San
Francisco anil this city. Xo clue to
tin- ; Mil ir.
Clver one hundred lodges of Ute In
diaus are -Ui'iiiiiped ou liig l.ogan.
levying coulrihtitions of food. etc.. on
;ii.os i ax ex.
Harrowing mid itotliny; Xorc-.snry to
i'resri tc i;ieir I'uOii(-(iv-iii hM. i
The Veriiiont Watcliuiaii gives this j
hint whicil may he ol value to Oregon j
fartii-rs : !
The proper nianageineiit of grass ;
lands will U-. before long, it it is not
now. tiic key to sitcces-tiil agiiclilture
in A met im. NVe tiiid a ililuciilly in
inaintaiiiiiig the productiveness of our
nieadou ' and ii-iuit's. even with an
imal ton dres-ino of barnyard ma
nure. There neeiU sonu thing more. I
Xolonly abundant artificial liiaiiurcs j
are necessiiry to maintain perennial j
vigor, hut tht? mechanical process of;
harrowing ami rolling an- needed. I
'l hes' de-troy nioss, loosen and open i
Ihe -url'aee. admit the fertilizers to the j
roots and iieveiit Ihe formation of
Tutts of hi ; l:tg-. w h'n h in time would
render the sodace u: even, liy lliese
tne.-iiK grass lauds have liceu kcjit pro
ductive for centuries in Kuropt-au
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST'
LIST F LETTi:Hi Kl:f IXI11
uiK-allel for in Mlvm (Kwiollioe, July
Allen, Ira; A -lams, Kev. William; Arm
toug, Joseph i ; Allen. J. W.
Itaiirle, B. V.: Beajrle, MiC. A: Bi-rne,
Misn M. E.; Bagley, l-'cnuiu; Brumbaugh,
"artcr Iavfl; Clark. Iila I.; Clark, Kev.
Jtenrv; Crocker, !Samueli; Clark. 8. C;
4 'artp'r, U ; Cadwell, K. T ; Cond.lt, Virginia ;
'olby, J. A.
Durall, Pavlrl ; Darr, Mr. Ann ; lolon,
ii. 1).; 1W1T, AmM.
Ila'airher, Minn Mary M ; (Jlenn, George G.
S; Gesuer. Miaa Bomella.
Il.-uitt, Rev. J. : Harman. II. J.; Holman.
Miss F. A : HaviU-n, Mlsn Sarah ; Hunt
rey, C IL; HufliDan, Amy E ; HtiBh., A.
In low, Frank B.
JetTrevA, A. M ; Jornw, Xfiss Lytlla; Jorv,
Ml Mary ; Jone, Mnt Alktn.
Keuyon, J. Gardener; Kenedy, William.
Lynch, Frank K. S; Leach, Jenette.
Meachen, A.; Merwer, Lticy ; Mlner, Ar
Minr; Mnlkev, Mlf- Emma S: M.-Kinley,
James: McKl'ulev. Merrltf : Maxrteld, Ero
Miller, Roxaona 4: Mafree, Wll
Mtin: Morrts, Ml& May 2 ; McXIcol, B. T ;
I'rice. Joeei h ; Pearce, Charlea 2 ; Purdy,
A. 8.; Rhine, Jacob; Bandies,
hhepparrl, Mn. Mat 11 -la J.; Stehman, Lt1
K.; Slarbwk. Mlaa Annie P.; Short. William
Kmthers, Kobert; Steihen, Miss Artemecla;
.-sales, C. J. ; Pmlih, Ml.os Amanda M 3;
tsiimra, Henry ; Serettry of Rosa Lolge, So,
35,1. 0. G. T.; Swart, R. h. 2.
Towner. Mlsa Ltuie ; Towner, Hiss Emma;
VH'lam W. W.; Wallace. Knthlnda ;
Wliermann, Cmirarl; Wa lams, B. A.; Wash
burn, L ; Wa'ker, Xamile E.
When calling for the above letters, please
fay a lverib-ed..
T. B. RICKEY, P. M.
Sl'EClAl TO THE STATESMAN.
XOKTII CAUOLIA A
To-Day it is Our Turu.
NOW, ROOSTER, CROW!
What We Know About North Carplin
2,000 Kepulillcnii Jlajorltf.
North Carolina Answers "Here" to the
Xkw Yohk, August 5. The Tiin-s
1. Raleigh) special to-night says. seventy-
two futilities iTive t alilwell I'.Hi'i mt-
jority. which it is believed can't l
overvome. lmocrats win 1101 get, 11 a-
vole of 1S70. MHi-riman says he w til
contest the election before tbe Legislt-
ture unles tlie Republican majority
more than one thousand. Ihe Legis
lature has a Democratic majority of
eighteen on joint ballot. TheChar-
111:111 of tlie Koniihiicnn lomtiiiiife es
timates the Republican majority at
X KV ADVERHSKMEXTS.
S:!fRake Reaper & Mower
MAM'K.vrri llEU AT TIIE
Oregon Agricultural Work,
' SALEM, OREGON.
ill K PUOPItlETuR IFTIIps WORTKT
Kiueipri-e tuts imported Iweuly-Uvt.
vhi -hh- i'i'c:i 1 to b OM. m or tor to i-v
heir ini-rlts in Oregon.
Fiains confident that llu-y are the
M:innracturcI, liavine rvc-iveI tbe onlj
Grand Cold Medal
at the la-st two Unite-l Starrs Fair for the-
33 33 2317
REAP2U AO II0WEE.
onlidentlv re.-miriil ihemtofl
send for ilesk-.riptive i-at.-il-ji'.u .-fnit free
Ma. -l'.ines ii-iw at onrofTlo- on exhibit!- a
.-md fir ?aieat the Opera IS.u--e ouir.
Ort'3in Agricultural IVurU.,
-Seii4l for Clrfulnr.
THE BISHOP SCOTT GRAM MAR
A l!:iartl.tu; and Ihi j School Tcr Itoy,
1 f I': I K N K XT T LUM VILl. ftfXIX N TltX
ti ol !'4 ojiilirr
F- r A'lmis-ion ,-iiiir -o f'ltliF. I!
-AIM;, or ;o ISIsfli .1' f. iftP.ls.
ST. HELEN'S HALL.
A Bearding and Day School for '
rpilKXEXTTEKM W ILL nm;IN OX TIIE j
-lilt I "t4inl'l-. j
Kariv aiM-'i.-.-iti-in for n-uir-lcrs i-h"iiht tic '
ma le to Miss; Koli.XilW r t HlSHOl!
ARK NOW riSKPAKKP TO FT'It- !
'i-li our eltii'iic with I nnrfn-r mi-t l- ;
(re-s w :iiriMi-. all'! i--.nr sirrncv .irn.-ipi--. .is i
it- ,-mi, ov n- n but tu- t--f irknK-n. anil '
n o tin- vrry l-t material. ri- warrant '
our va;'in- to !- -i'l n-i-ro--it.
T. CCXN1X4.;H AM CO.
NEARIY HALF A CENTURY! :
It 1 now over forty yours sinei- Krlstor '
Smnkiip-trllln mi4l I'ills were liiM inlr
ilive I t-i lh- liuh'l.-. an-l nun. .iTertliltt Ion-;
perl-M ol'ti i.-i!, tlu v are miivei -siIIt jetmitte-I .
lo Ik? Hie lie-t nf nil reui.--!ii."s for impure
li'oolnii-l liniiiors. s.-1-oful.i, i!tl n. .inl
,:oiiliiini-it ilieuni;lli-ln. W.I. '
RARE CHAN3E FOR BUSINESS ! i
PARMENTER & EABCOCK,
HAVixt; iii:cii)Kt to nwXTixt'K
ilu-ir nsail luisines-. oiler llu-ir vnliru
si-k-k for -aV- at .--'t.
'I'o a-.ivone wl-lilnjj to onCTirf- in the Furni
ture lla.iiu---. tilts is- a r.ire v-lmn.-e.
Tlie -to- k m is-tu- ,-'om"I lo iKt. lt, ami
h i" U- -o!i I .-it ,-ost, for ,- h ltlTV.
Ties i no 1 1 1 1 1 iH -c. we me tu liti-im-ss.
Ai: ji.-r-oiis In 'elreil to iimdv re-rvt fully
re-lllesleil loon'l :enl -poV.
I'Ali MLM Kit & mTKlHTi.
F ir- i nro 1 ea ers.
Sa'cni, Oregon, Au. rttli, lT?.
votici- i-; hi:i!ki;y i;ivi:x that
. tiif lli-ar.l of K:j'ia i..-itlon lorih--oiin
ty of Maii--n. Oregon, wi-i rtiteml at liio oiti.-e
of the i'-t-intv f'erk of sal 1 e inatv or.M ii-ion.
; (i,ij Hi'tay. tin- -; li -lav i f Anjni-t. IsTJ. aiil
J will jiiili'vly eaini:ie tlie A-m-s-iik-iiI It-ills
I an-l correct' all errors in va'.oation. ite-orii.
: ih-ii or q;-.:i i i.-s of :,-i;i-l-. lots other i-rot er-
! : nml all -er.-on lnn-restel aiv lien 1 cl
I ted to ai-n-ar at tin' titn-- and ila-" above
I Hientionel. THOMAS f. H.M
' A-.iLrat 7, ls7J. Sw-vv
3REC0H 3TEASVISK5P CO.'S;
. ri:,v..iiJOA rs. j
" - :
otic? i: .
FROM AX I) FTEUT1IISIATK,UXT1I.
The Steamer Fannie Patton
Will leave her dock, foot of Plate St.. ever"
Tuesday and Friday Morning,
At 6 o'clock A. M. for Portland.
C.3J"Fareat Reduced Katei.
J. D. BILEN, Afrrnt,
Salem. Aggust. 9. 1ST2.
OREGON WOODEN WARE
IIurkolH, Fail, Tub, Firkins
ALL KINDS WOODEN WARE.
TIIE"Companv are prepared to fill all Or
ders for Ah aad Cedar Pal la, Ash Klt, But
ter Firkins Wash Boards and Broom Han
dles, Ac, a-,
fcar Address alt commnnlcatioiis to
J. Is. IIII.KS, Axvnt.
Ang.9 . Portland, onjgon. -
Jlrown'n Bronchial Trocliew, for
Pulmonary and Asthmatic Disorders, have
proved their efflcucy try s test of many years,
and hare received testimonials from eminent
men who have nsed them.
GOOD CABLE SCREW WIRE
Boots and Shoes
Last aa Ion? again as any oth
REAL ESTATE DEALER,
OMrr o. 64, Front Street,
REAL ESTATE In this CITY ami EAST
POBTL AN 1), In the iii'wl it.jslratile livultites.
i-.oiiMsiinK ol Mils, HALK BIK'KS an.l
ULtiCKS, HOOKS ami STOliES; 1
IMPROVEP FARMS, and valuable 1111
enltlviiit-il LAN LS, WicatLil In ALL iartsiM
the STATE fur HALE.
REAL ESTATE nml other Propern
unr.-hiLseil for C'oresi"ii(letits in tliW t'lT nii-1
llinnigliotit Oil- STATES ami TEKKITOKIES.
ith im-at --tire :itl on the lmu ADVAN
IIOCPES an-1 STOKES LEASE1.
LOANS NEiin-l.TEl. nml CLAIMS HI
ALL HESCKIITIONS PltOMITLV OIL
LECTER Aivlai.cnt-ril KINaNCIALiu"!
AliENCY IlL'SlNESSlmiiM);twi. (lawn
POPULAR MUSIC BOOKS.
Now ele-t the Mttfl.-. Books neerle t during
the next Autumn, anil.iirre-ab'y nvttpr youi
Summer Leisure In e.vaiiiinliis, juiyim; anil
Ringing from them.
THE (STANDARD ! Price 1.50: $13.50
Ilestined to lie the H inner Church ilu-
link nfth .Sfimm. Slneers, lewlers,
tt-aehers!" 'Ually rounl' Ihe banner!
KPARKMWi KI'BIF.S! Price Y cents.
i r Sabbath Schools. None belter.
THE PILMKI.WK HARP! Pn.-e 0 cent-.
r estries and Prayer Meeting. Un
excelled. Take with you, for entertainment at Sum
THE JH'slfAL TRFAVI RK.
21") la;je of new and jjopular Songs an."
I'iaiiltirte t-ieces. or
MIOWKR r PEARLS.
Full of ihe best Vociil Dnets. Or,
Full ot'the besi Ojiera Songs. Or,
Fiilloftheoesi PUtno pieces. Or,
piano-i or i e ;i:n.
Full of the be-t Piano pieces.
Ea-vh of the above five Wl;s costs tl 50 Ii
lioanls. or S1 no m c'oth. lias nmre tlian Sm
lare iiart-M tall ol'iiopnlar music, an-l eithei
book is a in sr enter. auan; c-miia il;u to a
lo-i-r ol inu-lc..
SK- iine-isoi the STAXIiARH sent. tr tin
ii'tM.-ni, Kt-lp,iiil, for $1.25, aud oflheo.hei
iKHiks fur the re:ail pnee.
OLIVER DITSON CO., Ilos'.ou.
C. If. 1UTMJX 4 CO , New York.
TO .'HE TJNFOSTTJNATE.
NEW KtMEl IKS: XEW REMEMES:
C23 Kearny S'.reet,
Corner Commercial St.
Kstab'iheti in ltv4, for tlie tvpnrment ol
Scviia.1 an-l cmina! Itieeae'-, t-in-h tiooor.
rtn-u d i'e , S;r-ture, phimri nil it
t"inn-. Seminal Ve;iktie!-f, innxHencv, etv
I'll. ;iIiliuN!5 hasiht- u.canre of annou-.
hiirtliat he lia roltirnel trum viJlitig the
iniiicij'a' hrvila' f Kunnw, Rn'l lias rt-
r-iniH-'i pnioiive at inn i)ifjHriiry, t.jj Ktimy
whfre hi- nUl juilienisand Hnwf requirtng hi
rxL'rvices mav inn! luni.
Tin Doctor hai "iwrxMl neither lime nor
ltfiH-y in -ffktuf: mil new remctiep,. ami ha
u:nriil with Uiorra-e-1 lor tUo alle
viation ol' human mtU'ert .
Seminal emission the cserjirenee of tit
:itrt:. Tin solitary vu-e, orlt-piavctl yexiial
itrliriMve, t- iu-Hv-.; V-ei hy Hit' yoiuii ol" both
i-e.e loan uliiiost uniiniiHft extent, iiro!iu-injf
with nnerriirjr ceitainty, tin; following tmlu of
inrliI i ttiitmr. ttiiteeij c'nnliacel by k:i
t ntilK- ineiiual nrea-mes, viz:
Sallow counii naiice. ibirk. npots nIer the
esiiri i'1 the he tl, riiiriii in the ears,
hoIm. hke 'he rniilnj: of leaven and ratr
;;h:it ol rhurM;. tuiea.Mnesrt about the
Jt.in-. I'.onl'iH'il vWi)i, bluntest Intellect,
of v-onihleiKVt flilhtleiive in approav-hinff
M raner,a 'tl-hke tn form newatXjiiaintaiK'es,
a ih-jKiMUoti to "hnn ?vitty, lo.- of nwmory,
l.e.;u- flnsht" arwl vari nefunti'onr.alont the
l.uf, f:trre 1 totr.?. tiU brvath, eouh, oon
.;imptioi:. inhi ie:tt. monomania and fre-
jtieat in;i;.ii v. If rehi-i he not olrtaiiie!,
the i-ii lit ivr fhtitihi apply iiniueUatel,v,iii iier
on or ly lc:ter, ami have a cure ellW:el by
hw new and -temilir innle of Heat inp thi
'hv;H', hich never failw of efftvtinpa quU:k
jin'l ni!i.at cure. 1 r. i. will t;lve ine hun
Mi e 'lobars to any fier-on who wiil prove
Nifl-facturily tohun that he w cured of thi-
eomp'aint by either ol tbe S.m Ki-ancirvo
1K. (1T1I.()X lt reponiWe. aivl will ive
to each j-U h-n t a written Inurnment, binding
lnmnelf to ftttv; a radical and permanent cure
or make no charge.
urcl at Home.
lcrons nt a distance m:iv ite Cl'RKI AT
11 OIK, by a hlri'in.a a letter to Dr. ;iblKnt
.laiitiKcse. symptoms length oftime the dis
ease lutscoiuinue i.ar.il havemedit-ine pnnnjit
ly Innrarded, fi ee fn m damage audctiriosit v,
Im any part of live country, with full and
Iaiu direct ion?-ir u.-v.
Person wrliiiic to the rtoctnr will plea-e
statt-the iiameol ihe paper tlwy jrw this ad-vir;iM-menl
Hy inc'oKhi'r ?10 coin, in a reelfteml letter
through the I'osi t flice. or ihr.'Ujrh Wells, Kar
&t & - o., a package of me iicine wiil be ior
wanled to any pan of tlie I'nion.
A!l cor re -;"tn it-n ce strict 'v coutidential.
Adtlres 1-K. J. F. t;iy?Itt. W. Kearnr
street, San Francisco. I'ostotlice liJ. lj(.
Feb pt iIfoi:wl.v
Incurable Case I
DR. L.E RICHATJ'S
pnven itself ih only nirativo m a ct ncin clem
if JitiH pr.'nouiiced by uitdical practition
ers as inc lira lilt.
Br.LsBichaa's GOLDEN EALSAHKo.i
rursChancrrs first rnd nvriwl p egf s.Prrnon
U ffs r ISmly: r nx Kth, ly Nt sc. Ac.;
i " 'pppr-eopc rl HI t.-U-s, TbiUiio .tr.uh.
Di.-it'as r S r-tlp, tnl nil primary forms t i U.v
i.scasc tn w;i r.s fcypbila. lice, Optrbvt
tle, or twj tjr SJ.
Dr.L?Ri3h:a'sGjLEEN BALEM! Y.2
rarT'rtbrr. Mor-nrial, Fyph-litic Tl fT,i,-s.
lisiu. Pi; ns ia t :e Uuinu. I .it ktf 1 1 N. L. 1 1
icnit' d Sr TitA, typluliUc J.; li, 1 i mpsi
aai C n'net l c r.l, Ktitriu of il e 1 k,
nnd era..U at"i l Uifi u- a frrm lhorit'XU.
wh th'-r raa-.' I by iiit'.i rtli. n or il v.-c of
ner.ut vl -a i iho b?(n:d jnre&ud 1--1 Ly.
Price, 3 p-r Urulc, or two U r
D.1. Is RiVs C3LCEN J?.i;iH lli-
ti forth? Can of Ooiii-Tr.r;t, Gbrt. Iiri-t-it.on,
Gravrl, and fill I r m 4 r OruiUl
dl.siraa., meats, rrice, p r bottle
Dr. Ls Bblm's C3LDEN SPAK1SH 15-
; 1 -ti in, a wvs-h and injectkm ft r per n r?.w
'( 'f.tnn irb en. In;iummptiry Oliet. Str:- ti-rr h,
r ail ail diaH.- of the Kidney i and lilzudtr.
J.- , -, tl.jO per b ttle.
Aleuts frr DR. I.E KICHAPS CC TXZi
TlijLS f-r -mi:ial AonhicM. Ni; It
: Pup it-n y. and til (".mws tiiMTT fi- n
M:isTnrl:itioii n .t I A'f-.sivr 1 n. r r . f ;
T b tt. Thrt ' m:w Oi Litx B.'.LtAji in
i ny onlr iu r m-it iK'it"-'.
Ox !-jpt- of pn t-. th mrtT'rfw HI
r.nt t.a!' iris -f the ci:nt"y. bv t.t r ss
rm it, w-nr- ly pn eJ and Jreo frutn obbtr-
r. f. ricHAnBs co.
V.'Jv:.ir.7- and lb-tail Trojr;:Tt and
t .. irrtK. t W. -r. uy v Kmisuuio
:ir. tft Sa 1 rai:c:acu. Cui. JJ k
M iv17: Um lr
Wni aw Terythlng naaiad in t tunny, fan
IT IOE! MOBE WORK,
MOKE KINDS Ol WORK,
AND BETTER WORK,
Than any other machine.
If there is a Florence Sewing Via.
chine within one thonrand milea 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 Stmt,
Grand Hotel Building, San Francisco.
Send for Clnmlmrw tmd MHnplea f
tho work. Aetivo Jgents wmntod im
Feb. 1 (UwlT
All Kindt or Feed
For tale by
dtf ttte Mrcet, !.
National Business College,
A Model Commercial College.
Tlic Kduculion for lie Tinics.
Tho Importance of a Practical
Education Was Never Moro
Apparent Than Now !
T 1SCXIVERSAI.LY A( KXOWI.Kn;
I . 1 I ., urn.HHrilv !- irfltU'
K Fl mil. .cup--" ........ -n ... . - -
mre jiraotK-al. an-l Ihm tt I rwiiihvl ot men
I hat thev e ln.-ate ihemelveK pra.-tl.-all y ed
iitnte thenu'elvej' in ihe tie-i nwnner lauwilile
to mt-t the ilemandti of I lie 'lines.
To inp men. the in; tire nemreoi iri-i n
lrmu ii vol t Am V1 nretiirel tn meet
A COURSE OF INSTRUCTION
TO HEET TIIE
Demands of the Age!
Tlie most Thorough, Pra--ti-al, atl Com
COURSE OF BUSINESS TKAIM5K
EVE ISTRODftT.D BY AST
, C C I 31 12 IC cia r
THEORY AND PRACTICE
BV MEANS 11 F
BANKS & BUSINESS OFFICES.
The Tourt f.- o arrangol irrnl Tanijrht a; to
cnab'e the fludent to mn-'or tt In
tike Sborl4j.t Timo l"i-!ib!4;.
FMh .:uiTcnt af.T lessaip.throngh the
BEOUTES Ay JCTTA1
whci. in th fpoi-i- of a FEW WEEKS,
ttr o'.iaiii8 tin; rpik;!L-e i)f an
Tlic Tclpsmiih lpiatrtmpt s now flt
tt' up mill llic W ot ai:"(TiinK-iitt, an-l i la-omplc-
For Fl'l.l. INFORM ATION, nai-l f .r(MI;
LKl.h. l'AJ'KK. U A-nlrw:
Di'Fmiicr i Jumr.
l KTL AS I, OK Ki .-.N.
II O 31
Mutual Insurance Company.
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE
CAPITL, S 1,000,000 I
JOHN If, ItF.DIMiTON Prrtthlrat
HH. II. HOW AKlt..... Tare I'mklral
'HABI.I K. S I OKI" .. .-r-IKrj-
?f. 1(. UB1 Miirla frrtrjr.
II. 11. IU4UUiilW....Uriit'rl Maunrer-
r. WnwmMiB, R. (ioatbiinltli,
:. H.iwla. It. Mnrlmy,
Knlvm I.. F. Jrr-
Itnlln I. M. Ii-t-nrlk
Alltnuy J. A. 4i'ntf4rft
ljewiKtoii J. Ijowenbenc
' I'Piirrnl Aimit, Portland.
1 ( HAS. 1- III IIK4IWN,
1 Aaciii aKalem.
ha- rt-nioi.fl tn ti. W. trav i-ornor on Stat,-.tri-,
with a well assortel mock or
Dry Goods. Clothing.
nOOTS VD SIIOKS,
CROCKERY AND CROCERIES.
JWrC'A$H I'AH) VOli HIDES.
Front St., Perttand,
OreMi pmdutrt sold to kest adrautafrc lu
l'ortUtiM iH'itei FraircWx. lH-altrr ia
CALIFORNIA & ORECON
j,-m. 2.-.. 1.S7I
NORTH SALEM STORE!
AT TlIl-;vM ;ilEtX STORE
A FULL ASSORTMENT
BOOTS k SHOES, .
Hardware, General Merchandise,
City and County Trade.
Ttnitrlit low. ;irl will lip wiil at as small a
prolUaH those wlio xell at con.
tSjf-tJnrnl.- ilelrtvroit to anr port or thcltir
t vc of char.'ii. ilAw
Commercial St., Salem.
I hare ctantly oa hand
PILOT B E, E I
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes. &c
WEDDIS0 ASDUtlVATE PABTJES
Supplied on Short Notice.
CRACKERS AT PORTLAND PRICES.
A11 ordari promptly fil)d aod joodii
deliored to all parU of thu ity Free of
Chars LEWIS BTRNK.
March 16, 18T2:tf
Academy of the Sacred Heart,
Th Tenth Annual Senaim will comraen.
OB Mnnitay, the 19th of Atifrnw. I'uiala wh
ITO(meatteTlln K-hool ro requlreil to ho
! tit ' the opening or ihe Seatton to Cacllt