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SALEM. TUESDAY. SEPT. 24.
THE CITY AND COUNTY.
From Daily of Wednesday Sept 13.
Oca Ajtbtcb:e.-. Yesterday warning u
' we were coming dosio t ton from a late
Ureakiast, were rverfaken hv Rev. J. i,.
farrian, wlieW'h his usual galfantryoffered
una seat in hh buggy . As hia riia a.ubetaii
tial ono. nnd his hunts a matrnilicent sptci
' mt"n cf the equine species, wo gladly c-
epttd a neat by his Mile ami wpre sooii un
der way. Ax vie turned from Liberty stmt
iVito Court, old black caught night of a port
able steam engine wending itn way toward
.Piety Hill. Immediately on making the
discovery, he begun displaying liis. talent an
a French Dancing Master. He commenced
wfth tlio first five stops and with lightning
peed proceeded to dish up all he knew in
tnat line. The waltz, xrhottische, polka and
highland filing followed in quieu sucers
siua as the odious object opened up more
plainly, to Ian sensitive vision. After he
nad showed us every step he knew, he con
cluded as a grand finale to climb into the
carriage backward. As soon as he made
this desire manifest, fearing we might be
somewhat crowded.we instantly vacated and
concluded to let the animal ride in our
place. We preferred walking any way just
about that time. Ourseat-mutu stepped out
aim, as soon as he was fully convinced that
the horse really did mean to ride. But we
linally grasped" him by the bit and with the
help of 31 r. l'arrish, convinced him his
plan was a foolish one, and prevailed upon
him to desist Hr. Jones' horse which was
hitched in front of the Commercial Hut I,
tried to leave, and carry the sidewalk
with him and it took several men to show
him the magnitude of the mistake he was
about to commit. But quiet was finally
restored, and the engine moved on up street
while we walked down town, and ruminated
on our narrow (?) escape.
Visit to the PExmsnm, The mem
lers of Iioth Houses spent a couple of hours
at the Penitentiary buildings yesterday af
ternoon. Carriages were provided for them,
and on their arrival they were shown around
the whole affair by the delighted Kuperin--tendent.
The memlicrs appeared to enjoy
it full as well as Billy did, and epreied
their satisfaction iu grunts of approbation
as one alter another novelty was dwplayed
to their comprehensive minds. They visit
ed the brick-yard and found inany acquaint
ances, and reminiscences of Auld Lang
Hvne were freely indulged in between con
victs and members of our State Legislature.
They visited the work-shops and talked over
old times with the confined employes in
time departments. They met old acquaint
ances on every hand. Tiiey went up to see
the female prisoners, but these would take
no notice of them, and they passed on dis
gusted. Billy failed to quench their thirst
or allay their' appetites, and after a few mo
ments," when the novelty of the thing had
worn off, our visitors were unhappy, and
returned to the city at 4 p. M., with their
satisfy of penitentiary affairs.
That Fibe. We yesterday made mention
of a barn having been burned down belong
ing to a man named Snyder, living on the
north fork of the Santiain. We have since
learned the loss will prove a severe one to
Mr. Snyder. He ha been working hard for
some time to establish for himself a good
home, and his efforts were just beginning
to be crowned with success when this tire
broke ont in his fine large barn and burned
up most of his grain and winter's supply of
food for his stock. He has a large family,
wliich renders his loss still more severe.
L. Samtel Advebtisiso Aoent from
Portland, arrived here on yesterday's train,
and is now engaged in procuring advertise
ments for a paper to be published hero dai
lv during the State Fair for free distribu
tion. Mr. S. is always up to something new
in the advertising line and generally makes
a success of anything he undertakes. This,
however, is owing to the promptness with
which he fulfills all his contracts. Our
merchants ought to patronize his "State
Legislative Dibectokv. Thco.L.Smith
of Portland, has placed upon our table a
etipy of his Legislative Directory which is
complete in every particular It "givei each
member's pedigree from the word go. and it
will no doubt prove a great convenience to
them both for individual use, and to send
t their constituents at home. Members
can be supplied by applying to Mr Smith.
' A MYHTEBmug Aftaib. A gentleman ar
rived in this city last evening soon after
dusk in -search of a coroner. He reported
having found the body of a man Iving dead
by the roadside about'12 miles below town,
on the Lake Labish road. He had evident
ly shot himself, as a ball had entered his
Head, and in his right hand he held a re
volver. We were unable to gain further
particulars last evening.
The Ftttebal Mrs. Thos. Cross' funer
al will take place this afternoon at the
Methodist Church at the hour of 2 o'clock
p. a. The teachers and scholars of the M.
E. Sunday School are especially requested
to attend as are all the friends of the family.
Erom Daily of Thursday Sept. 19.
The FcjrERAi, or Mrs. Cross. Avery
large concourse of friends gathered at the
M. E. Church vesterday atternoon to pay
their last respects to oue of the most highly
ee teemed women in our niidst Mrs. Thos.
Cross, who,- Monday evening last, was
thrown from a buggy, receiving injuries
which she survived but a short time. The
church was crowded to suffocation, many
lieing unable to secure seats. Bev. A. i .
Waller preached an impressive sermon, and
in an eloquent manner alluded to her many
superior qualities as a wife, mother and
friend, also paying a handsome tribute to
her well known Christian character. The
singing was rendered in an unusually im
pressive manner, and everyone felt the deep
solemnity of the occasion. The procession
that followed the remains to their last rest
ing place was the laigest that has passed,
through our city for many months. As the
procession passed through our principal
streets each oue seemed to realize that a
noble woman had passed away, and the busy
hum of business was momentarily hushed
as the funeral cortege wended its way tow
ard the city of the dead. A true woman
and a sincere Christian has gone hence to
that bourne from which no traveler returns.
Directobt Items A statistical glance at
Smith's new Legislative Directory sIiowb
the following factB : Every member of the
Senate is either a married man Or a wid
ower. There are only seven single men in
both Houses. It must be difficult to gain
honorable positions unless you are a mar
ried man. There are twelve lawyers among
the number ; enough toplead the cases of a
whole community. Tiiirty-one of the
members are farmers. That sounds about
right. One capitalist appears on the list,
and he is from our county. Two medical
men are renuired to dish up the physic.
One speculator is on hand as a stand-off for
the lawyers. Several stock-raisers and a
couple of fishermen are added to the list.
Mr. Biles is down as an 8. S. Agent. Won
der if that means Sunday School Agent?
An editor's name is down among the officers
elect. Hurrah for our side. Cornelius,
w-ho has lived -in the State twenty-seven
veara, is the oldest resident, and Onsteia, of
Ijnion, having resided hero but two years, is
the youngest Webfoot on the list. Thirty
three of the members have resided in Ore
son twenty years. So much for the Oregon
' Finally Arbested. Our readers will
recollect that about two months ago David
son A Bean, of this city, had a valuable
horse stolen from them. The animal was
recovered in Linn countv, but no definite
-Um could be obtained to the thief. Sheriff
Saoti. however, had a description of him
and on the 10th inst. was informed that a
man answering that description had passed
dawn the road to Portland. A few days
after that a man by the name of Thog. Mc
Clane was arretted in Portland and figured
in the Police Conrt on the charge of some
minor offense. Mr. Beort "smelt a mice"
and went below with warrants for his arrest
which he placed in the hands of a police of
ficer whdvwry soon bagged the game. He
- wjp lodged in jail over night and in compa
ny with Mr. Scott arrived in this city yes
tirdaw A preliminary examination was
held before Justice Coffey in the afternoon
which resnlted in his being bound over to
await the action of the Grand Jury in No
vember next. His bail was fixed at $900,
in defalt of w hich he was committed' to the
county jail. A charge, of breaking into
house near ' the depot was also brought
against bun, but owing to lack of evidence
it was not sustained.
The SrppoBED Sctctpe. We made dili
gent inquiries yesterday regarding a re
ported suicide that was rife ou the street
Tuesday evening and gained the following
additional particulars : The body was found
on the Lake Labish road about ten miles
from the city. It was recognized as a yonng
man by the name of hennady, son of Bar
ney. Kennady, deceased. He was a young
mail of deisolute habits and adicted to the
rise of strong drink and it is supposed he
waa laboring under momentary insanity
when the rash deed was committed. His
bodv was found bv the roadside with a bul
let hole through the head and a revolver
with an emptv barrel firmly grasped in the
rieht hand. In his pocket were found quite
a number of articles by which he was iden
tified together with about fifty-two dollars
in money. We understand ho has but re
cently returned from California and that
nines his return he has had spells of an in
sane nature, lie has an nucic living on
French prairie and other family connections
in different portions of the State. We were
unable to learn the result of the coroner'
The Episcopal Chtjbch. Bishop Morris
writes that arrangements will be maile to
supply wo puinit oi st. patus unurcu in
this city every Sabbath during the session
of the Legislature. Rev. Jno. Ilosenljerc
will officiate next Sabbath at the nsual
1 s n ; - -
iiviub ui wvrniiij.
Crrmrn Notice. Dr. Doane of the M,
E. Church Sonth will preach at the1 Baptist
Church next Sunday at 11 o'clock a. x.
Dr. Doano having been stationed here will
preach every Sabbath hereafter.
. : The Herald corresiyjiulnnt has finally
owned np that Salom has mrf-rnl chnreho.
wnruler how he round it out.
The Theatre. Reed's Opera House was
a little better filled bet night than on the
previous evening, hut there were several
political gatherings that took away a goodly
portion of the thatsrc'ding people. .The
Irish drama. 'Under the Spell'" was on the
beards and it took first rate. W. C. Cros
bio iu his part of Terrace, O'More
established his reputation na a coni
median, and Mrs. Geo. B. Waldron's Irish
brogue was verv good. Fulford as usual
held his own, wliile Carrv Lipsis, as Betty,
made a decided hit. The side-splitting
farce of "The Quiet Family" was again
plaved to a delighted audience. This even
ing" the great sensation play of "The Long
Strike," with the telegraph scene. This is
a piece of unceasing interest, and as it will
bo the first time itlias been played, we ad
vise our readers to attend. Waldron's role
in this play calls forth some of his best tal
ent, and his support will be excellent.
Fmm Ihtily of Fri'lnj Sept. 20.
Go away from Home toheah the News.
We clip the following item of public im
portance from the Missouri llepublican:
While at church the other Sunday the Gov
ernor of Oregon lost all his valuables by
burglars. Discouraging to church-goers. '
Well, now that's news for us. We have been
inside the Executive chamber quite often of
late and interviewed the Governor as well as
his private secretary, but not one word was
ever whispered into our ear regarding this
ailair. V e would gladly liavu given it a
place in our columns had we lieen apprized
of the fact. While wo do not wonder so
much at the partiality shown the Democrat
ic press in tins case, 'still we do wonder tliat
the Mercury and Herald were both slighted
and the item sent to a Wisconsin Grccleyite
sheet. Now, the question arises, what were
the valuables alluded to? It must have hap
pened previous to the June election, tor
they say Grover did meet with some severe
losses about that time of which perhaps he
did not care to nave, the Oregon public ad
viited. And, then again, the closing remark
is a slur on Christianity. We protest and
will not take it for granted tliat because some
one robbed the Governor of our Suto dur
ing his absence, that we will be used iu the
same manner. Taken all in all, we are in
clined to believe the story is not founded on
facts, and was simply inserted to till up.
How is it, Mr. Grover? Just as likely as
not Jasper W. Johnson was the originator
of the idea, and took tins means of bring
ing your name before the public. Wo call
upon Jasper to own up, as ail open confes
sion is good for trie soul.
The Theateb. liie renowned fivo act
drama entitled "The Long Strike" was
played Ut evening at Reed's Opera House
to an appreciative audience. Mr. Waidrou
iu liis cua racier as Jioueypenny won fresh
laurels, as did his wife in the character of
June Lesoyd, Mr. Vinson as usual sus
tained his part well, and Pull'ord, with his
well-known reputation as an actor, needs no
comment of ours to insure popularity. 1-'.
Cleaves, as Dick Rubiey, actc-u his part ad
mirably. Tue telegraph sensation was a
new one, and of course took well, is al
ways tile case. The tableaux were excellent
and the music fine. Shakespeare's great
tragedy oi "Othello, or the -Moor of Ven
ice" is announced for this evening's enter
tainment. The lovers of Shakespeare will
no doubt turn out well. The laughable
farce of "Art a Bell" will como iu as an
afterpiece. The programme is a good one,
and we advise our readers to attend. "The
Streets of New York" is underlined for ta
Ftseral Notice. Eliza, wife of W. R.
Dunbar, died at the resiiler.es of her father,
Thomas Small, Wednesday evening, at five
o'clock. She has been an invalid for many
months, and was recentlv brought home
from the Warm Springs Agency iu hopes
that she might revive ; but she" has been
gradually failing ever since, and death has
at last n'ut an end to her sunY-rings. She
has proved a loud, loving wil'eaud a Jeetion
ate mother, and her death lias made a va
cancy in tue family circle that can never
be reiilkd. She will be buried in the ceme
tery south of the city. The remains will
probably arrive in "the city about one
o'clock, "at which time the funeral services
will take place at the residence of Oscar
Dunbar, on Pietv Hill. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
Who they Were. A weather-beaten
looking crowd of men, boys, horses and
dogs appeared on the street" yesterday, and
lor an hour were the subject ot conversa
tion and comment in front of the C'hemek-
eta Hotel. Senators and Representatives
looliea at them in portect wonderment anu
varied were the surmises as to the proba
bilities ot their origin or destination, rney
looked as though they might be a remnant
ot some caravan just the plains across, so
dust-begrimed thev were. Upon inquiry
however, we learned that they were a party
from Polk couuty, bound for the Samtiam
mountains for a hunting spree.
The Legislative wheels are grinding out
business, slow but sure.
Have you been to the theatre vet ? If
not you have missed a genuine treat.
New bulletin boards have been erected
on the corner of Court and Commercial.
The Chemeketa House presents a lively
appearance from morning till night.
The United States mails are running
along with almost lightning speed.
The Senatorial question is the ' chief
sbujeet of conversation just at present.
Politics are thick but Greeley men look
Grapes and peaches are ripo and plenty
in the Salem market.
Most of our farmers have begun their
The best way to live, is to live within
your means and read the Statesman.
Parties are busily engaged in fixing .up
the State Fair Grounds.
Variety is the spice of life is the evident
opinion of the weather clerk at present.
HI FKEME tOlKT.
TENTH JUDICIAL DAY.
Tuesday, Sept. 17.
Court met at 9 A. M. Judges all
present with the exception of Thayer.
Ou motion of W. VV. Thayer O. F.
Bell was admitted to the Bar.
Rienliart & Oberhalt, lies., vs.
Dulles Military lload Co., Ap. Cause
placed on docket on motion of A. C.
D. M. Boon. Ap., vs. John Way
niire, lies. Cause placed on docket on
motion of P. L. Willis.
Willamette Freighting Co.. Res.,
vs. Sim tjtamms, Ap. Ciienoweth,
Burnett and Thayer for lies., nnd
Strnhaii and Kelsay for Ap. Argu
ment concluded and cause submitted.
Court adjourned until Wednesday
at 9 A. M.
ELEVENTH TL'DICIAL DAY.
Salem, Sept. ISth, 1872.
Jehial Kendall liesp. vs. Joseph
Hunt et al Ann-. Decision announced
by Jtidiie Prim. Judgemeut of Circuit
State of Oregon Res. vs. John Jones
Ann. bucieiou announced by JiuIot
Bouhauu Judgement of Circuit Court
atlirnied. Judge McArther dissenting.
ADranaiu & un. Apps. vs. Morgan
05 t lint lies. Counsel for appellants.
Mitchell & Doluh, Boise & Willi.
Bennett, Ketaiy and Wni. Miiler; lor
resixmuents, 1 hsiyer, W HIU Mosher.
Watson iSc ijine. Argument opened
Court adjourned until Thursday at 9
o'clock", A. M.
Annual hewtlon of tue I'. S. limnil
wuc a luminal .xbiilt -rw
hcnuiluir CMMumlttes termed
OUicur Eicclvtl Tor the tjutaiag
Baltimore, Sept. 17. The report
of the Grand Treasurer to the Grand
Lodge of Odd Fellows of the United
State shown : Receipts of the year
t 7.4J7 : llislmrsemeiit-s. f4.7'J.
Amendments to the charters of sev
eral State Lodges were presented for
JNew standing committees were
formed on the Degree of Rebecca and
The election of officers for the ensu
ing two years resulted hi the choice of
C. A. Lointn, ot Kansas, as Jlost W or-
thy Grand Sire; W. J. Durham, of
Kentuckv, as Right W orthy Deputy
Grand Sire ; J. L Ilidgely, of Mary
land, was re-elected Right Worthy
Grautl Corresponding and Recording
secretary, nuu josnua vunsant. oi
Maryland, re-elected Right Worthy
Crrauu Treasurer. The other oilieer
of the Grand Lodge will be nppointei
by the Most t orthy urand hire,
After the election of officers of the
Grand Lodge of .Odd Fellows they
proceeded to the regular order of busi
ness, various resolutions pertaining
to discipline, amendments ot by-law
etc., were presented and reported.
f The titio:i of 39 colored citizens of
Ohio, praying that they be allowed to
organize a lodge umler tue jurisdiction
of the Independent Order, alter a
warm and protracted debate, in which
many ot the leading representatives
took part, was laid on the table.
Three California Governors have died
and eight are living. The deceased
are Mc Donga I, Bigler and Johnson.
The livinjr are are Burnett iu San Fran
cisco. WeTier in New Orleans. Latham
in San Francisco, Downey in Los An
gtltsCrjfiuifbrd in Sacninieifv flow U
China, llaightiii San Francisco and
Booth iM Sacramento. MeDigal and
Downey were not elected Governors,
but tiocetled rospectivelvUnruettatd
Latham. ' " ' - 1
Salem, Sept. 17, 1S72.
Meuatora Itnve Intentions.
After prayer, readlnz of the lonmal
nnd rexut ot the Committee on Rules,
3ir. Buliltt in guve notice of Ms Inten
tion to Introduce bills, to amend Sec.
2(5, ehiip. 53, title 4 : In relation to
noil taxe : f;itrii-.-tioii ot ii road in
Grunt and Baker counties ; ami an
Hinendnient to the constitution. Mr.
Webster cave notice of a bill ti define
the boundaries of Coos coni'tv.
Brown, ot liaker. a bill to define
boundaries of Grant count v.
S. B. 7. To regulate enclosure :
and b. 15. , For relict Coos countv.
were read 1st time. The following
bills were read 2d time nnd referred :
,S. I. 2, delating to introduction ot
evidence; S. B. 3, To regulate inter
est on contracts ; S. B. 4. To protect
churches, societies, etc. all referred
to the Judiciary Committee.
resolve to jjo
to the Peni.
An invitation was received from the
Superintendent of the Penitentiary,
respectfully asking the honorable Sen
ators to conic out and see him this
afternoon. The Senators concluded
The NuicIllniTi Committee Report.
This document was laid before the
Senate by B. F. Burch, the Chairm:iu
of the Committee. He stated that, the
Committee had procured the printing
ol 500 copies of the report ; that one
hundred sixty odd copies bad been al
ready circulated, ami tin: lialanee were
in the hands of Syl. C. Simpson, Clerk
of the Committee. Tlie report was
promptly laid on the table, al! he Re
publicans and Mr. Crawford (Deui.)
Additional oiiiiulttee Ap;o!iitcl.
The President announced the ap
pointment of the following commit
tees: Railroad t'ornelin. Hannah.
Tolen. Public Buildings P.-ittcrson.
Strahau and Cowle. inco'-ii'Mrt'ions
Patterson. ( 'ornelin and Po-.vrli.
The Semite adjourned lo '1 v. 1!.
After the Senate had eaten its din
ner and smoked its pipe, it tackled the
II. J. Resolution in regard to. rescind
ing the hostile action ol a former Leg
islature upon the Itthaml l.Vh amend
ments. The resolution found the Sen
ate in no humor to think upon the hal
cyon (lays of yore, and it was laid
upon the table till Friday.
An Kxnminin ( oiuiuHfee.
The Senate agreed to the Hon-e
Joint Resolution lo appoint a commit
tee to examine thelooks and accounts !
of the Secretary and Trea-uivr.
Miaeellnneous beimtorlnl Conduct. !
Mr. President gave notice of a bill
to provide for a w agon road from Jack
son to Grant 'ind baker counties.
The President appointed on the
Joint Committee on iu-ane. Me-rs.
Hoult. Hannah and Tolen ; awd on
Commitlee on Federal Relations.
Brown, of Baker, Crawford aud
The Senate adjourned till to-morrow.
HOI OI' KPItKEVrATIT.
' Smelling Committee' Report.
It was lucky the House had prayer
to compose the minds of the nieiiibers
and prepare them for 'Hark, from the
tombs;" for the next thing was the
Smelling Committee's report. Mr.
Cranor was rush enough to want the
whole thing adopted ; luit the House
wouldn't, and laid it on the table.
The next thing was an invitation to
go out and see -Villiam. at the Peni
tentiary. The House, being amiable,
said it would go.
Bills Introduced nnd ltenii.
The following bills were introduced:
By Burbank, a bill to to provfcle lor
times and places for holding Circuit
nnd Supreme courts; Congle.lo amend
the Portland Police Act; Langtll. to
amend the act to protect niiuins
claims; also, to Amend the Jackson
ville charter ; Biles to protect game ;
Simpson, to regulate the practice of
medicine; same, to protect medical
practitioners ; Caples, to relieve Judge
McArlhur from duty ot holding court
in (irant county read three times
under suspension of the rules, and
passed ; Caples. to provide for the
construction of the Portland, Dalles
and Salt Lake Railroad ; Caples to
prevent cruelty to animals.
Notice of Bills.
Mr. Patton save notice of a bill to
provide for the erection of a Capitol
budding; same, a bill to amend the
soldiers relief act ; same, to amend the
soldiers bounty act ; Kngle to repeal
part of act regulating civil and crimi
nal proceedings in justices courts;
Riddle to provide for bounties on sealjis
it certain wild animals ; Corwln to
grant State aid tor a wagon rAad from
lamliiil toCwtriop Pains, 'lillamook
Bay etc ; Buly to change mode of
voting from viva voce to oallot ; An
drews, to provide for a loan of $10,000
to Union Academy, Union county.
An In vetl;(tlon.
Mr. Crawford offered a joint resolu
tion providing for a Committee to in
vestigate the books and accounts of the
Secretary and Treasurer. It was
adopted and the Speaker appointed
Crawford, Gingles and La Dow.
3lr. Crawiord was grin ted leave ot
absence and then the House took leave
Salem, Sept. IS, 1872.
It wag announced in the Senate this
morning that the Committee on Kn
rollmenthad employed W. L.White
as Clerk ; and that the Committee ou
Kugrossment had employed W. A.
Hjlbrook as Clerk.
Senate Bill 9. relating to elections,
was ordered printed. Mr. Fay intro
duced S. B. 10. To orovkle torn waaon
roa I trout Jackson to Grant and Baker
counties; 100 copies ordered printed.
Baldwin, a bill to appropriate f 10,000
for construction of a wagon road in
Grant aud Baker counties. Mr. Welv
ster. bills relating to assessors, nnd to
amend the act relating to rights ot
married wonen. Mr. Haiiiia, a bill
to amend the act creating office of
Register of L?nds at La Grande. "
Amendment to (lie Constitution. -
Mr. Baldwin introduced S. J. R. 0.
to provide for amendments to the State
Constitution. The proposed amend
ments provide a salary for the Gover
nor, 52.500; Secretary of State. $2,000;
Chief Justice Supreme Court. 3.(100;
Associate Judges. $3,000. Members
Legislature in extra session, f5 per
day ; extra session not to exceed 30
days; regular session 90 days. Limits
State to debt $250,000, except in case of
war or invasion. It empowers the Leg
islature at any time to provide tor the
election of Supreme and Circuit
Judges, separately. Tlie resolution
was ordered printed nnd made special
order for Saturday, tlie 23th inst.
The House joint resolution relieving
Judge Mc Arthur from the duty of
holding Court in Grant county this
fill, came hi from the Hcnse aud was
adopted. The term of Circuit Court
iu that county occurs at the same time
as the Supreme Court, and, of course,
the Judge, heing a single man. can't
lie in both places at once. The legis
lature takes a reasonable view of the
A Democratic Caucus.
The President announced that the
Democratic mendwrsof the Legislature
would hold a caucus tills evening.
In the afternoon it was announced
that Mr. II. K. H inn.-i h id been ii
I minted Clerk of the Judiciary Com
mittee, t Wanted to get In.
Mr. Baldwin offered a resolution to
admit Mr. Mosher. ex-Seuator from
Douglas county, to a seat and moved
that the resolution lie referred to the
committee on elections. Lost 10 to 1 1,
The resolution was then laid on the ta
ble. 11 to 10.
Brown, of Baker, introduced a bill
for the reliet of Baker county.
The Senate adjourned.
IIOl'SE OF REPRESENTATIVES. -
In the mornlngf Mr.' Bnrbank pre
sented a petition asking lor tht; incoi
porntioa of Lafayette. . - .
Mr. Mason presented a resolution iu
resiject to the memory of Hon. J. Ra
dci deceased member of tlie last House
of Representatives. Is was adopted
md ordered spread upon tlie journal.
Mr. llirsch presented a petition from
holders of disallowed and 'scaled' State
warrants, referred to tlie Ways aud
A bill to regulate holding of Courts;
Cranor. to regulate trials for divorce;
wiiue, to repeal certain sections of the
Civil Code; Riddle, to provide for
bounties on scalps on wild animals;
OipleiNt provide for mechanics' and
laborers" liens; Cooper, to amend the act
r-:'ulatiug terries Kngle, to amend
tlx act regulating civil and criminal
procedures in Ju-th-e'scourts; Bushey,
to incorioi-.ite the town of Rosebuig.
To Auaend the Uules.
Mr. Crawford gave notice of an
amendment to the rule in relation to
the printing of bills, etc. to provide
that nothing should le printed without
a special order. Thirty-one against
sixteen vote to suspend the rules and
adopt the amendment at once ; but
failing of a two-thirds vote, the motion
was lust .
Mr. Collier gave notice of amend
ments to rule 43. -
Investigation of Penitentiary Mat
ter. Mr. Burbank offered the following :
J!ss"lretl. That theComuU'tee on Piili
lic Buildings is hereby wstructed to
proceed with tlie Investigation of the
hook and account's and expenses of
the CoiiiinissioiioTS on Penitentiary
BuiMing and report to the House at as
early a day a practicable, and that the
Committee be empowered to einpio a
Inspection of Steam Tns Matters.
In the atternoon. Mr. Patton offered
41 joint resolution relating to complaints
.against Steam Tug A-toria and em
powering Com uiiilec on Commerce to
investigate. It was adopted.
Mr. Stmt, of Washington, offered a
Joint memorial a-kbig aid from Con
gress for tlie purjAi-e ol removing ol
strnctuiiis from the Tualatin river ; re
ferred to Committee ou Internal Im
provements. Mr. Simpson gave notice, of a bill to
permanently lociile the Agricultural
Two hundred copies of the mechan
ics' aud laborers' lien bill were or
One of tli IT-Uonit.
Mr. Simpson's joint resolution re
lating to the 14th and 15th amend
ments, rescinding tlie action of tlie last
Legislature, was taken np as the so
cial order and adopted by a vote of 33
The House agreed to meet hereafter
at 10 A. Jl. amri:30 P. M.
Anoilter Amendment to tlie Rules.
Mr. Burbank gave notice of an
itiuendmer.t to rule 20, in relation to
the riglit of a member to vote on kjues
'tious iu tlie event of which they are
directly or particularly interested, or
in case he is not within the bar of the
limine when the last name ou the roll
Wafcon Roads to Kelt.
Mr. La Dniv gave notice of a bill to
purchase certain wagon roads iu the
Tlie House adjourned.
bALEM, Sept. 19, 1872.
Proceeding; in the .Senate.
Mr. Webster, this morning presented
a petition a-Ving aid tor internal im
provements i Coos county.
Baldwin rejorted on mileage ot mem
"bers. It was wholly uninteresting to
-anybody but the members.
Referne of the Uovernor's Messe'jre.
'lite Governor's Message was refer
red, as follows. That, portion relating
to apportionment, to a select commit
tee; State Geologist, to committee on
31ining; State taxation, to committee
u Ways and Means; State Lands, to
enciiinittee on Public Lands; Bain I of"
.Sdiool Land Commissioners, Public
Instruction. Agricultural College.
Mote aud Blind Schools, to committee
Messrs. II. W. Corbett and Jas. H.
Shtfer were invited to occupy seats
wvhin tlie lor at their pleasure.
The Senate adopted the House joint
resolution for a lommittee to investi
gate complaints against steam tug As
toria. Jena$e adjourned till afternoon.
Tltr ffeint After Dinner.
Mr. Strahau introduced S. B. 17, to
Tepilate taxation upon foreign insur
ant oorporatious doing business in
this State. Mr. Fay introduced a bill
relating to trawling and incidental
expenses of Judges of the Supreme
Court refjjred to Judiciary Commit
tee. 1 1th tout 13th Amendment.
House Joint Resolution in regard to
the lfth and 15th amendments was
taken up and Mr. Dolph moved that
the Senate ronenr. The Democracy
not liehiff wreiwred to go back on
Greeley witltout time for explanation.
Mr. Fay moved that the resolution be
made the special order for Friday,
Oct. 4tU, which w'as agreed to.
Oregon City Cannl and Iocki, -
Mr. Britov ofTered a joint resolu
tion that a joint committee of tin; two
houses he appointed to proceed to
Oregon City and examine and report
upon the Cstnal and Locks. It was
agwjd to, and Messrs. llristow anil
Myssrs were appointed on tlio part or
A State Printer Wnntrd.
Mr. Fay introduced a bill providing
for a special election lo elect a Slate
Printer, November 5th.
HOISE F IlfclRfcl: TATI VKS.
Bill Introduced, F.te.
By Mr. Patton. a bill to ante' id the
SKiidier's bounty act; also, a bill to
provide for the const ruction of a Cap
lol lmilding appropriates ,?100.000.
Mr. Burbank offered his amend
ments to rules 20 and 21 aud asked that
they be acted iimiii lo-iuorrow.
Mr. Crawford's amendment to rule
43, providing that no printing of bills,
etc-, ftliould be done with a direct order
ot ti. House, was adopted, 31 to 17.
Several meuiliers gave notice of bills
which will be mentioned when intro
duced. A number of bills heretofore
introduced, were rend a second time
And appropriately referred.
Mr. Simp;on introduced a hill to
amend sec. 35. chap. 1 1, title 3, Gen
eral Laws ; also a bill to provide for
permanent location of the State Agri
cultural College ; 100 conies ordered
printeiL together with the report of
tlie Commissioners, ir. L,a Dow. a
bill to regulate fences in Umatilla
, A I'rlntiiii; Expert.
Mr. Crawford offered a iohit resolu
tion providing for the appointment of
a joint committee to examine into tlie
matter ot State printing, and with
power to employ an exiWrt. It was
adopted, 33 to 10. Tlie nays were
Messrs. Andrews. Blakely, Crook,
Curran. Grant, Hodgkins, Onsteiu,
bhelton, Wright and VValdon.
The CanHi nnd Ejocks.
The House concurred in the Senate
joint resolution to raise a joint com
mittee to visit and exani'nm the canal
and locks at Oregon City, and the
speaker appointed as Mich" committee
on tlie part of the House. MessrsPow
ers. Cooper and Wahlon.
The Houso adjourned.
The queerest thing of this queer cam
paign is the unanimity and apparent
zer.l with which life-long Democrats
rally to tin; support of Horace Greeley,
their life-long antagonist aud traducer.
Undoubtedly it is a good thing to let
by-gones tie by-gone. Undoubtenly
it is a good tiling in all govennments,
to have eftetc jwlitlcal organization dis
intergnite, and to welcome the occasion
and their excuses for doing so. But
after all, the politics ot this country
have presented nothing on a conspicu
ous stage so unlooked for. so incongru
ous so grotesque, and, we may add, so
thoroughly immoral, as the nomina
tion and support of Horace Greeley by
the Democratic party.
'The bland and bahv-fneed. hut bla
y,!iemmis old butTel," is what an ex
change irreverently term Dr. Givelev.
Henderson Accepts the Nomination for
Governor of Missouri.
SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS'
Greeley Coes on a Pil
grimage. MEETING OF GRAND LODGE OF
Sumner Declines to be a Cur.
tlitlate. lToroia-ii lispatc;licH.
Ohio In a BlHce of Republican Fn
tliusiiuni. Dayton, Sept. 15. The Republican
meeting on Saturday evening was the
greatest political gathering for many
years; there were 1,500 torches in the
TfLoaonrl Republican XoiniiiRtlon.
St. Louis, Sept. 15. Ex-Senator
Henderson accepts the nomination
for (iovernor by the Kepuhlicaus and
will take the stump in a few days.
Soldiers' nnd mlIor&' Convention.
ITrr?M;iiGH. Sept. 1(1. Large num
bers have already arrived to attend the
Soldii'rs" and Sailors" Convention,
which commences to-morrow. Gen
eral Buruside is mentioned as Presi
dent of the Convention.
Cireeley ntsirti on n M tnjj round lite
Xkw YoiiK. Sept. 10. On Wed
nesday Greeley will start ou a West
ern tour, embracing Pittsburg, Cotntn
bus, Cincinnati. Indianapolis, Lom
ville, Nashville. Chicago, Detroit, To
ledo. Clc"eland. Krie, and the conl
mine regions of Pennsylvania.
Washington. Sept. 10. Seimfor
Wilson arrived last nibt, and leaves
for Pittsburg to-morrow.
The President and family return
from Long Brunch next week.
Kxniuinatiuii Tor t'Mtit-tshipH.
The examination of applicants for
admission to the Cadet Kngineer Corp
at the Naval Academy commenced
this morning, and will be continued
until the 2,"rti. Over lifty boys were
examined aud fifteen selected for ap
pointment. Urnud IxmImtp of Odd Fellow.
BALTI.VOKE, Sent. 15. The Grand
Lodge of Odd Fellows of the United
States meets to-morrow. Canada and
Prussia will be represented.
Jell. Davis Comes to the Murf.ire.
Cincinnati. Spt. 15. JclTcrsnu
Davis spent Saturday and Sunday at
Newport and Covington oa his way to
Sunnier UocIIih'm to bi a Candidate. '.
Lonkon. Sept. 10. Clurles Simmer j
arrived at Liverpool ou Saturday (in
visiting the American Club he received I
the tii-.-t information of hi nomination i
by the Democrats and LiU-r.il Kcicii- j
beans of Massachusetts for Governor, j
sunnier announces he would positively
I4li(loil l'nper on the award of the !
Arbitrator Arrest vi a 1'oliUeai
Writer in i riuiee. j
The London Journal rejoices at the j
conclusion of the Alabama claims con-
troversy and cxpresstw hopes that the j
foundation is laid for a permanent !
good uuder-fanding U-tvveen the two!
nations. The Standard, however. I
thinks the tribunal should luve award-;
ed damages only for the depredations j
ot the Alabama. 1
Count Schlopis. Jacob StaempRi and j
Charles Francis Adams were the three :
Arbitrators who voted to allow dam- ,
ages in the case of the .Shenandoah. I
Cockburn aud Kvarts left tJeneva ou j
Saturday. Sir Itoundell Palmer is ;
looking greatly fatigued. :
A London dispatch says Edmund j
About toe well known political writer, ;
has been arrested near Mraslmrg, j
France by the German authorities, i
Alrout is ihimght to have oflended (Jer- j
many in swine of his late writings not!
yet published. j
THE OPENING OF THE SOLDIERS' i
Mi:niiniA tai.ksofcontfj.tixu. :
The lJinl.i-;m Ist-',
Crand Lodge of Odd Fel-j
lows. . i
The Soldiers) nt I'ittMbnrgh.
l'lTTsnt'IiCII. Sept. 17. Delegations
to the Soldiers' and Sailors' Conven
tion continue to arrive by every train.
Most ot the delegations are marched
first to the dry Hall, where the ladies
ot the Subsistence Committee made
preparations for their entertainment.
I'p to this morning about 15.0(H) jier
sons have been ted there. Shortly
after 12 o'clock to-day, several persons
congregated around the Mouougahela :
House, aud iu reply to calls Generals
liurnside and Fail-child delivered brief
and felicitous remarks, which were re-
eeived with rounds of applanse for ';
Grant aud Wilson, lion J. I'.. Swit-I
zer, of this city, delivered an address j
of welcome. Governor (Jeary followed, j
extending the most cordial welcome
to the National soldiers and Sailor to '
Pennsylvania. Gen. 1'urnsidc trailed
the meeting to older in a speech iu
which he briefly stated the origin of
the Convention. He congratulated
tlieni upon the great success of tlie
movement, paying, iu Ibis connection,
a handsome compliment to the loyal
men and women ot Pittsburgh tor
their labors in behalf ot the comfort of
nrrrhu hi, of TVvrth Cnrolinn, lnl?is
Xkw Yoiik. Isept. 15. JudgpMer
riinau, of Xorlb Caroling, has written
a letter to a friend regarding tlie on-tc-ted
election in that iStale, in which
he siys he would not think of contest
ing upon slight, or captious groiuuU or
to gratify party caprice, but if there is
substantial grounds for doing so. as he
believes th re is, and if it can Ui nade
to appear according to law, then if
people demand it it will be hi duty
aud he will do it.
The Hepnblicnn majority In Nnine.
Augusta, Sept. 16. The Kennebec
Journal will make public to-morrow
the complete oliieial returns of tlie late
election for Governor from the entire
State, except some small towns which ,
last, year returned a total vote ot 83. i
Returns give Perhaui 71.S24 and Kim- j
ball 51.71:!. The majority for Pcriiam
l.. it r
IS 14 (UC-.
"Vtietlier Snuiner M ill or Wont.
New Yoiik. Sept. 17. A Tribune
special from ltoston says Sumner's de
Viinatiou of the gubernatorial nomina
tion is not credited there by Democrats
and Ltlierals. Sumner has leen rti
ciaily inlbniied by telegraph of his
uoniinatioii, but no answer ha-s been
Urand IamIp of Odd Fellow.
I5.LTIMOl!K. Sept. 1. The Grand
Lodge if the Independent Order of
tJild Fellows of the United States met
here to-day at Odd Fellow Hall.
Forty-one 3rand Lodges and eighty
five "Encampments were represented
by 127 delegates.
VoMlp about the ArbltratorwThe
nrrst or About Culm prrrmrlnn
tor War Ihli-rs eoiUlluieu ts Uliu
XewYork, Sept. 17. A Loudon
dispatch says tnat diaries Francis Ad
ams and Jacob Staempfti dissented
from the jiulgment of the Geneva Con
ference regaining the case of the Retri
bution, ibey ni-odissent lrom tl:c de
cision regarding thu ii.deuuiity to be
paid to America for the pursuit of tlie
Alabama and other cruisers included
in the Arbitration.
The arrest of About assumes a seri
ou aspect and causes considerable es-cit-nenfc
He is confined at Strasbourg
and hi wife and children are tiot per
mitted to see him.
A special says that representatives
of the Cuban Junta are iu council, ar
ranging for a loan of $20,000,000 for
the purchase of nrtnv supplies.
Pauis, Sept. 10. Thiers when visit
ing the Shenandoah, complimented
Commander Wells on the excellent
condition of the ship aud discipline ot
tiw crew, and expressed a hoie that
friendly relations would always endure
between France and the Unit'ed State.
Wells replied, thanking him for the
lienor conferred ou the American navy
by tlie visit of the Chief Magistrate of
'lie rench Jiepnblic.
Tie' lion. John Jay, United States
Minister to Austria, has arrived from
.Tii-I'TING OF LATE PRIMERS
Tke Ku-Klux Business Letter From
LIVINGSTONE WRITES ANOTHER
Forei u1 Uiil cIion.
HAST KB X r.ws.
MraiKhtKinU ot Ohio.
Cincinnati, S-pt. 17. A call was
issuiil tfMlay for a convention of
stniii:ht-out iviiUH'nits at Columbus.
to Meet a lJeinocratic- State Ceu
tnd Committee, nominate elector and
make other arrangements for the coin
I'njilurt of a Uarnc of Counterfeiter.
Washington. Sept 17. Aitoruey
General Williams receive" I a di-patch
from Holly Spring. Mississippi, from
Cuitel States District Attorney Wells,
staling that (lie United States'Marshal
had captured lvid Flyuu, a notorious
counN-rfi-iter of gold coin, and nine
accomplices, wiih their IimiIs and a
great unaiitity of mai.ufactunsl coin.
I'lynn has btvu counterfeiting for forty
Meeting of Soldier Vrlitooen.
I'lTTSliriXitL Sept. 1. Atamcet-
ing of prisoner of war ycterday an
orgaiiizxtiou was ell'ected by the elec
tion of General Harry While. Presi
dent, wiih a Mimlier of Vicv Presi
dent. Gen. White iu taking the
chait made n appropriate address,
w hich rcci-ivei pea applause. Ileso
lat'nms weie adopted looking lo the
erection of a monument to the mem
ory of sold'wrs who ierished in relx-1
l:i-ns: al-o resolutions that the As-
social ion nx-ct aain at Pitt-burg July
Jd, 1 -73.
About tlir Pnrdon of Ku-lilcses.
Wasjiin rroN. Sept. 1. Attorney
General Williams replieil to Alexau
iler H. S'"plteiis" petition for the par
don of all K-Klnx conlined in the Al
bai.y prison. 1'be Attorney General
denies tlie ih-gations of Stephens that
the i-onviition of tl.e Ku-Klux w.l il
legal, and that t'fir pardon would lie
an aet of ju-ti.v :iml friendly teeling
toward tlx- Smth. lie says to pardon
all of tliem would have no more polit
ical signiller.i;ce than the pardon of
tho-e convicted for violation of other
Anwtlier L-SKr from LJviuirstoue.
Xkw Voi.tc Sei.t. 13. A Hei-ild
sjiecia! from Bombay says that letters
have Ii4-cii received from Dr. l.iving
stone. dateai July 1-t. Is72. He was
still :il Unyan.vambe, well, and wait
ing (lie arrival of StanWy's second ex
ilUlter Xouilnntion iu Xorlli Cnro
linn. WaI1IN:TON, S'pt. 1. I.i'wis E.
Johnson, .-on of Keverdv John-on. is
noininatel fort 'ongi-ess hy the bolting
Kepublii-ans if Xorth Carolina.
I'lforM of lire triislan t;overiint-nt
lo l'reent l.iiilirrlUloii 1:iikIIIi
JimiiiihN ou tlie K-auit of tlie A r
bitrntion. IlKltl.tN. Sit. 15. The Government
has is-mi-d a second circular iu still
more threatening terms than the orig
inal one aaiu-t emigrants, whom it
declares will le treated a outlaws over
whom surveillance and supervision
nmt In inttutl. Despite the Gov
ernment, emigration has been only
slightly a fleet eil.
l.oMKN. Sept. Id. The Tory jour
nals are liitier over the result of the
Geneva Arbitration. The Advcrti-cr
says : "What a farce has liceii played
at Geneva, where England has been
adjudged to pay tribute to a bully who
repudiates its own obligations." The
Herald breailies defiance and hatred
against, Americans, and says that a
breach t.ctivn the two countries
would have leen imminent. Of
course, bad the arbitrators decided
upon a larger sun for indemnity. Eng
land would have pa iii it : if they bad
awanlisl nothing, America could but
show Iter teeth. What humiliation
next await ? The Standard com
ments Ukiii lbs award in a similar
strain, and ay: "We went to Gen
eva for justice sihI reconciliation, but
instead met with invectives from the
American 'mi!:el and a partially ad
verse award dictated lather by a desire
for compromise than by etpiity. The
whole proceedings, iu connection with
the arbitration arc entirely unsatis
factory to England."
Le Xord, a newspaper published iu
llse intervsi ofliie Kussian Government
leuie- tlK" n-port that the C'zar will de
tfmud the abrogation of the treaty of
fa i is.
Wlwfit "ui Liverpool 13sS13s 3il.
lirmois ssttite Fair opened well on
Joins Kiddle confesses to the murder
A Callalran. at t'bieapo.
Siniim-r has :irrivel at Paris, with
greatly impaired health.
flov. Xoye, of Oliin. returns from
Indiana and says that St.-ite will go for
'in nt. j
lviuc: Atnadeiis ot Spain stiys he is
determined to subdue the rtliellion in
Hvp thousand dollars has been snl
seriVied at Vietoria for tin: I'avilion
race. S-pt. iritli and 21th.
five thousand dollars worth ot furs
were seized by the Siieriffat Vietoria
as they were being landed from the
The San Franciseo money market is
steadily growlii"; easier. Yestenlay
the Iaiik of t'alilirni;i received if JOO,"
000 from Xew York by transfer.
Since July 1st. ,1. ships have been
loaded nt Vallejo and Oakland with
wheat for England.
Goldsmith Maid and Luey Imve ar-l-ived
in San Francisco and will try
their ss?ed again-t Staulonl's horse at
an early day.
The earnin-rs of the C. 1. It. It. for
August wcre'Sl.'iSS.OOO, and nearly
$11,000,0(10 this year.
The preliminary survey of the S. V.
at. K. via San (iregorio 1'ass was coin
. mciuvd yestenlay.
A I'aris diateh says tliat Count de
Poneset has asked an explanation of
the Prussian Government respecting
the arrest of About.
News fioin Kootenai i encouraging.
The mines are paying ou an average
very fairly, but there' Imve been no
new strikes of any importance. Goods
of all kinds are Li fair demand, and
money is plentiful.
A Constantinople dispatch says it is
understood some trouble has arisen re
garding the annual tribute of $3,000,
annually paid the Sultan by the gov
ernment of Moutenegra, aud tliat war
The jury in the Fair murder cae is
now full Nine hundred and fifty
were called lietore twelve qualified
were obtained. The names of the
tweive are Wni. Englander, K. Ken-113-.
XV V. Sherwood, M. J. Doon,
Kohert Creighton, G. B. Merriam.
Is.nlnrc Gaus, Lewis Kunk. II. XV.
Isvu'.gton. A. Tre'iOhell. P. -MoGee
a '.-l C. I'. McOu-ker.
Vlnerar Bitters are not a vile Fncv
Drink, niaOe of Poor Ruai, WliiskT, Proof
Spirits and Refuse Liquors, doctored, eplced.
and Rwertcncd to please the taste, called.
"Tonics," "Appetizers," 'Restorers," ic,
that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and
ruin, but are a true Medicine, made from
the native roots and herbs of California,
free from all Alcoholic Stimulants. Thejr aro
the Great Blood purifier and a Mfe-irivtnfr
Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigor
alor ol the .System, currying off all polaonous
matter, aud "restoring tlie blood to a healthy
condition, enriching It refreshing and ln
vlgoratinzlwth mind and body. They aro
easy of administration, prompt In tlielr ac-.
tlon, certain In their results, safe and reli
able In all forms of disease.
No Person ran take tbeo Bit
ters according to directions, and remain
Ions unwell, provided their bones are not
destroyed by mineral poison or other means,
and the vital organs wasted beyond the
point of repair.
Dyaprpsin- or Indigestion, Head
ache, l ain in tlie Shoulders, couglis. Tijrht
nes of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour Erncta
tlous of the Stomach, Had Taste In tlio
Muu:h, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, lnrtammatlun of the Lungs, Pain in
i.:c rc0nn of the Kidneys, and a hundred
o!hT painful svraptoms, aro the offspring
of Dvsm pMj. In Itirso complaints it has
no equal, and one bottle will prove a better
ruarantee of lu merits ihan a lengthy ad
urUsemrnt. or t rinale C omplaints, In young
r n:d. iimmcd or migl", at the dawn of
.j't:iaii!i'm.l, or the turn of life, these Tonic
:u-M iMsplay so decided na lnDuence that
marked Improvement is koou perceptible.
('or Influmnialory nnd Cbronic
11 lirumntiaui uud I. out, DyHjifpsia or
inoi.'-siion, biiious, H-'nuUent and lutcr
inct. ut Fevers. Diseases of the illixxl. Liver,
klMes and l'.laililcr, these Hitters have
Is'rn neii. Knccesti:i. S'jcli i);sfses tru
-all el i,y Vi'.ialed Llmirt. v.-i:lf!i is p-uer;,;i ;
prndnccd by ilcraiifLUHi.t cf the 1 ngihlne
tor Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tct
trr, Salt lliicuni, liiou:tit-rt, Spcls, I'impU-s,
Pustules, lluiis, Carbuncles, Klng-wurm
Scald-licail, Sore K.ycs, Frysipelas. Itcli,
Scurfs, DiscolurutioiiS of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the ?kin. of whatever name
r nature, are literaliy die up and carried
out of i lie system la a bhort time by tlie use
of tliese Bitters. (!ne b ittle In such cases
will i-Diiviuce the mo.st lacredulous of tlieir
t'leaiine the Vitiated Blood Whet
ever you U:il ilstm purines bursimi. lliroiiRli
ihe Ki.1 In Pimples. Eruptions, or Sores;
- leanse it when you tfn.l it obstructed and
tujrgbh ia tlie veins ; cleanse V. when it Is
uul ; j lur feeling i will tell you irht-n.
.'ieep t:,e blood pure, aa l ll:e heitaof t!;e
: y;eia will tuilow.
E'in. 'H'aiw It Tirf other Vortns,
.r.rkuiii In liie sy&t.;ui of bo uiauy tliousauds,
;.re tltectually destroyed and removed,
fays a distnuuVhcd pio .siol"ii : There u
r-cimlyuu iiidividual on the face of the
carih whose body is exempt from the pres
ence of worms. It is not upon the healthy
cl.inentsof the body that worms exist, but
upon the diseased humors and slimy deposits
luatbreed tties,; livinit inousters of disease.
o r-ystem of inifiieme. no vcrinil'Uires, no-.".:illielmiiii:ir-s,
will free the Fystciu iroai
worms like these Deters.
VIi-c liunicul t)ieiises. Persons en
pareil la Paints and .MmeraiH, such ai
I'lumbers, Typesetters, l.old-beaters and
Miners, us tle yadviir.ee In life, are tubject
to paralysis ot the ilowe!. 'i'o iruard against
tins, Like a dose of WaLKEU a inloak lilT
Tc. us twice a week.
Itilioiis, ISemittcnt and Intrr
KiitK'nt 5-'e er. Witu li are so prevalent
in liie altes of our great rivers throagh
ont Hie I lilted Sian s. i speelally those ol the
Jli.ssi-.sippi, ul, in, Jji-.st.un, Illinois. Tennes
see, (.'uiuberluuil. Arkansas, Ked. Colorado,
Dra.os, lliit;ranile. Pearl, Alabuma. Mobile.
Savannah, Koanoke, James, uud luauy
others, .iih tin ar vast tributaries', ttironKh
out eur et:'.iro country iliiniii; Hie Summer
End Autunia. uud remarl.:.blyso dunngsea
r.o:is of unusual heat and dryness, are in
variably ticeoiapuuied by extensive de
rangements of liie. stottiacli aud liver, and
oiler abdominal viscera. I,i their ln?at
inent. a purgative, exertuz a powerful In
fluence upon the&o various organs. Is essen
tially neeessai v . Uiere Is no cathartic lor
the iur,ose eyiial to Dn..i. Waukeh's Vise
car iinTKiis, i.s they will speedily remore
the dark -colored viscid matter with which
the bowels are loaded, at the Mine time
siimuhniug the secretions of the liver, aud
generally resioring Ihe licallhy Junctions of
th" digestive organs.
Srrofuln, or King's I.vll. White
Swellius. L leers, Krysipeias, Swelled neck,
neltre. erotulous lunammalHms. ludolent
lallamaiauoiis. Mercurial Affection, (lid
Sores, l.ntptions of the Skin. Sore F.yes,
etc.. etc. In these, as In all other consniu-.
tional Diseases, Walkkk's Vimcoak Urr
THu.s have shown their great curative po
ers iu the n.o.-t otstmate and Intractable
Ir. W Hiker' rallforniu. Vlsf
ftur Biiiii uci ou ail (hese cases iu a.
Minilar maimer. By pun: lug the Blood
they remove the rausv, and by resolving
nwiiy Ihe effc ts of the lunammation (tlie
ti;l reular ileposOsi tlie aiTccied parts rr
(eivp iualth, uud a perniaueut cure Is
'J'Ih- Aperient and mild Laxarrre
properties of Int. Walker's Viveoak Bit
'i'liiLs are ihe test safe-gnu rd In ra.su of erup
tions and malignant levers. Their halsamir,
healing, and stsittiiug properties pnsei t trm
laimorsef the lances. Ttntr Seilative pnip-
rne.s allay pain iu fac nervous sjstetn,
sion:arh and liowels. either from lnflauima
ttoti, wind, colic, cramps, etc.
lUrecilons. Take of the Bitters on
going lo bed ut night from a half lo one and
one-naif wine-glassful. Kat gol nourishing
food, such astieef-steak. mutton chop, veui
Mn. roost lieef. and vegetables, and take
.mi-door exercise. They are composed of
imrcly vegetable Ingredients, and contain
It. II. JTIcnOAI.D &. COM
Tlmgglsia A fien. Agts., San Francisco, Cal.,
& cor. Wa-sliiugton aud Charllon Sts N.V.
SOU) BY ALL DIU OrilSTS i D"ALER3.
Set it .24.l v
VOOD PUMP I
Best and mast Improved
ow in use.
For raising water for
ItoineMtlc PurpoMMi. or
for Burn or stock'
F.verv man who ha had experience in tbo
.llffereni wa of r.ili-i g w ater, knowa
THERE IS SO WAV OK !OlS(i IT SO
t llKAl'LY. and lhal there is no I'limp so
lumli'e. eonvenlcnl and free from imiMrting
unheallhy clemeuts lo Ihe waler a, Ihe plain
M:imif;:otnre 1 by the
SALEM PUMP COMPANY.
t'IMIER &. II A. VS.
Snlem, Se)it. 2, 1870. wlV
IKE BISHOP SCOTT GRAMMAR
A Iloanliru uud Hay Scimiil fr Uo.vs,
nPHE SEXT TERM WIl.I. BEOIX OS TIIE
A lnii ssion
I.AISO, or to IllIHd' MORRH
MINERAL AND HOT SPRINGS
On the McKenzie River, sixty miles taist of
t -e of the walersfrom these Springs Cv Kit
ItllKl MATISM, OVSHK.rslA ANII .NE4KLI
Al 1. l llKOMC I1ISKAS1S.
llathing arrangenienis complete and conve
nient. CHEMICAL ANALYSIS by eminent phy
siisans s!iw the waters to posses EXt EL
I.KST MEDICINAL, and CURATIVE
Spleiuli.l Wagon Road to the Springs.
K. 8. BELKNAP.
Aug. It, li. lm-w Proprietor.
STrH ELENrSH ALU
A Boarding and Day School for
rjMIE NEXT TERM WILL BEC.IN ON TOE
-Atli ol S-seiteiiiler.
Ear iv application for Boarders should he
marie "to MISS KOUNEY, or to BISHOP
The only Uellablc Covering
for Ihe Foot Good
Cable Screw Wire
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A Voice from Nevada.
From Virginia City a poor anflerer, almost
devoured auve by aa ulcerous secret diea-,
semis iu his ibanka and gratitude for his re
covery to health, effected by those sterling
good "me licines, Brintol'a UtrNrill
aiKi I lllsi eliilshe.ltir over forty years;
ihev have the ounll.ience of bolh diviors and
J. STITZU. C. C. WAV. A. TATI.OH.
Real Estate! Real Estate!
JACOB S1ITZKL & '(.,
REAL ESTATE AND MOXEV IJRl
kers. ltooins on Urst floor corner Front
and Washington streets, Portland, Oregon,
will attend to the aale and purchase of real
estate In all parts of Uretron. Special atten
tion given to the sate 01 tanning utnua.
April 10. aaxu.
GEO. U. JOS M.
J. H. fATTEKSUX
JONES & PATTERSON,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE.
Opcrit House Block,
tT Attention Is Called to the fol
lowing Dparrlptlon of Property
-g g acred St miles east of Sublimity:
1 100 aorvg in cultivation, h.Hiw? aud
barn. All umler fence and well watered
with fine springs, frloe ri,0o0.
f & i.:res 2 miles
north of Salem on
I. Vine hmitM. mil
y ihe Singe roa-l..
pplenill'l orchard; abundance of small fruit ;
rU-h mil for ganlenitig and good timber. 1'tice
KANDM ACEK lota within one mile of
w the court house ; rich soil ; price fbO to
flue per acre.
f N M a. rrn. It miles enrt of (lervais, 4fl
At Utt .-re prairie, all fence 1. lOfta-rc
uiie limtier, rnuutng whit lor hciicI.
price, 1U jer ocr.
-fjfiicre on King's Pnilrlo.
K x 9 Co., SO acres in coHnaii
orcliarii, house anl barn, ami plai-e well im
prove.!, a!! fenced and well waiereil; price
si,uuo, a oargaiu.
t Aa.-won King's Prairie, line lionseaud
barn and good improvemenu; price.
Ol A acres 9 miles ea-t of Scio, Linn Co.,
aiu acreslnciilllvalion, house and barn,
small orchard, well watered; price, U per
01'Taere7 mile-east ofalem, splendid
Oil hon-aj and burn, good orchard, abnn
iao. e of small frul:, gxil spring nt tlie house
anil plenty of stock water, ioo acres good plow
'and. 50 acres of line timothy meadow :
$.i,tO0. A rate bargain.
I D acres 7 miles east of Salem. J.VI acres
T lO iien laud, 140 acres in cultivation, J
orchards, plenty of small fruit ; giKHl spring
water for stock '; price, 8,000.
f "141 ACRES 2J miles north of Sheri
TtJS dan, Yamhill county, a choice
farm, rich soil, under good fern: I"i0 acres
in cultivation ; house and barn and small or
chard; all prairie excel enough of limber for
wood ; offered very cheap ami on easy terms.
Of A :RES one-half mile south of R. R.
J'jb depot at Sa'em; well suite-1 lor gar
dening; price 30 per acre.
- fif"fc ACRES four miles north of Salem:
B 9 small improvements; lnnd well
located and some flue timber; price 110 per
ATB 4 ACRES in Polk cnuntv
4 miles n
HtTb w of Sa'em; . acres In cultiva
tion : good stock water and range;
"M fl fA1tES in Polk county, 1J miles w
M I" of Saletn; Improvements good; SO
acres in cultivation ; price $2,UU0.
S"i" ACRES7 miles south of Salem; all
JU under fence; good barn and house
considerable Improvement ; price til per
acre, in quantities to suit purchasers.
Q lT ACRES 15 miles north eat of Sa
Milt m lem, on Ablipia creek ; 75 acres
In cuiitvutlon; good range, well watered;
price 11 per acre.
-g flfh ACRES of laml 4 miles northeast of
Jl " " si Iverton, with Saw-mill on prem
ises; price 11200 very cheap.
-g M ACRES Smiles northwest of Salem;
Ht M 4V MO avres in cultivation: eoid
I range, well watered and good orchard; price
91 arr acre.
, OOf ACRES 12 miles east of Salem ;
I small improvements; prlcc3uno.
j OilA ACRES 4 miles northeast of Pil
9 m "l W verton; valuable farm; well Im
prove,! ; good new house and barn ; lonacres
la cult!ra:lon; price Itonu; terms easy.
I ACRES half mile west cfSalem:
I J'.J' terry lamllng; well improveil ;
j - f t ACRES eight miles south of Salem,
' fi Jl " " on I he suite road. 40 acres umler
cultivation ; nearlv all umler fence: ordinarv
hotie ami barn ; goed young orchard ; price
I f l,ZUV.
! 0 ARES one mile sonth-wet of Sa
0lem. In Polk county. All under
J fen.: 50 acres In cultivation; small house
and Urn; good voung orchard ; vervdesira-
j ble locatkm for gardening purposes; price
f CITY PROPERTY:
j OTS 1 awl Blnrk ft, Jones' 'lill!lon to
j SLA Saletn. pMo.il. huuso ; price, II, OK).
fHt of BUvk No. 13. H,
i J. m9l W. corner Jones' addl-1
tion to Siilrm, with house and improvement! :
fOT 4. Tllock , cltv of Salem, fine house,
J well tlnisheil, near the (J. 1. Church;
nOVSE ami halfhlnck In Jones' aMII Ion ;
H story house well flnlshedand grounds
well improved ; price fiiuo.
LOTS R and ft, block 4, Reeds' addition, va.
cant and fine location ; price t450.
UorSKand 1( lots in Robert's addition;
belonging lo M. li. Moore; price 1.'UU.
RESI1 iKNCE of l S. in-.ir. on Capital .;
LOTS 5 and 6, bhvk ii. on Church street
vacant; price 4WKI.
.(KICK store, north end Stnrkey's block
MM tlre-pront ; s rooms on secind
good brick warehouse; prlc tlMO.
2 LOTS in Albany, hear the court hone
price J700; Inquire of Thomas Montelili,
HOUSE and lot on Front street, near bus
iness ?.-ut of Ihe cltv : now occupied by
Mia. J. L. S:arkey; price JJU0.
jTBOt'SEand lot, s.nith Salem: nearrpsl-
of II. Owens; house uuiiuislieil ;
Tlie Ren tine .nnd lnlnr nf nil
ktndsol pnierlv. (7olle-.llon of I'l.-ilms
1 oiiveyanc.lng, Ac, will receive prom nt
For further Information aik'ress,
JOSES A PATTERSON",
DR. LE RICHATJ'S
Af tcr t-n vrara' trial en this Coast ha I
proven Itself tho only rurstiv in rrrtain rU
of Jismscrs pronounced by xutdlcal practition
ers aa incurable.
Dr. Le Bichan's C0LEEH ElLSlMKo.i-
("Trrs Cbancrvfl first and second ciagrs. Bori s cm
the lgs or B.)Jy: Bore Kara, Ey. Kin, r.;
Copper-colored Bbtch, Hyphilitio dtarrh,
Biseaacd Scalp, and all primary lorm cf the
disease known s Byphilia. Price, $i ptr bot
tle, or two for $a.
Or.LsBicbaa's G3LCETI BALSAl.Ko.2
enrea Tertiary, Uerrnrlal, Rypbllitie PJinuca.
tisra. Paina in the Boom. Ut. kot the Krtk. 11.
cerated Sore Throat, PypbillUc Hash, I.umpa
and Contracted Cords. StifJnws cf the Limb),
and eradiratca all dtsraara from the system,
whether ca.us.xl by indlscretloii or il'ms of
merenry having the blood pure and lualibj.
Price, (3 per bottle, or two fur $9.
Dr. Le Man's GOLDEH SPANISH AN-
tidote, for tb Core ot Oonnnrhoea, Gleet, Irrl
Ution, Gravel, and all Cnn.ry cr Genlta
disamngementa. Price, ti-60 per bottle.
Dr.Le Bichaa,i GOLDEN SPANISH IN-
Jf tion, a wash and in) eetion trr severe eases
of Goonorboja, Iafimmmatory Gleet. Btricttmra,
and all diisiaca of tbe Kidneys and Bladder.
Priee, $1.50 per bottle.
lino Areata for DR. IE KICEATT8 OOIBEH"
PILLS 'or Seminal -akne. Nlcl't Imls
sions. Imnntenrv. snd all dlasssrw arl.tr frr-m
Masturbation and xr-Mdre abnav-s. 1-rire. (3
n bottle. The frrnuine Goui Balauk Is
pat np only In round bottlsa.
On roe-lot of prt'-. these snsdlelnea; wni
1 sent to all 'WU of the country, by exrm-aa
r mail, swnndy parked and tree from cbstr.
vution. sole Agents,
C. F. RtCHAItDS CO.
V-TmlmBl and Krtail nrugirlsts and Xf
CU iiiiats. 8 W. ror. Clay k flansosM
bu-i i ts, baa 1- ranrlsca, cal,
AfUr rsuSinc t
" srrF. intH paix,
IS A Gl'B ITlvRT rI.V. f
THE ONLfATJI EEMEDT ,
TW loUJlly Sf4 udnotitaac H, Hr i
W,lklMHi, I ' , ' ?
IS FROjftl TO TWtXTT MIKtmS.
Urn matur htiMatfw nnxm.lmt lha mmim Ik. f
KHKL'MATI44iUn, latnu, Cr.rt,M, ,
Nvurmipc, eritnUvA ita 4mmm Mr wtr. ,
RADWf S READY RELIEF -
wifcrroiii) ikstakt case.
INFLAUMCN Or THE KIDNEYS.
I AHMaIioN UK Tilt SLADDML
-M Of THK BOWELS,
'.-.t.L.sjiu.' Or I HE USW,
DIHICI LT DKKATHI.NU,
rAuriiATlON or Til. HKAXT,
irOOTHACHK, ' '
! :-ukalgia. rhecmathm.
if: ACIC CHILLS.
IM KEAOT RELIEF W IM
rh.r. Iht Mia ar 4iakltr atUU will
1 ! MM tamtln- at aur -III In taw
LIA M1S.. srASMS, hotll STOMACH.
.CHIL MFWOtTHLKK. IllAtKHILA-
. (XI LIC. WlnU 1J, T11A UutaAXa.
IIU.A1. I Aii
14 slWATt rarrv WtlW af Hm4
: KrUrf vita iW. A few fa. Mt
laliKwMia MMatroMcMaaaf walat.
f rnrawa iMaauy w biimt. a. a ilnaiaai
(ER AND AGUE.
FEVEBi) AG0Cr4 fcr tftr wtitt. TMf I
Mflt nrtni til h thM rl4 HuU ill cm
and A)ru4,4 til tBirr kUlatitm., Ulioos, ScarUo
Typhoid, Jiew, u4 otWr frcvtri tsmlwrd br ttAV'
Ai fLS W i4 M hAlVtAVS READY
D PUKE RICH nLOOI-lsieHISE
1 AND WCU.IIT CLKAH SKIN ASIV
L'L CuMrLEXIWM ktCUKtLITO ALL.
HAS MAI , f THE MOST AsTO.HISHINa - S
SiQI.il. , 1K,1A BAPIU AKIL TMt CHA.S..I. I
H-Ji' I :1SD, Ril iM. VMJEB THE INK!.- Lf
ill: Jl Tut LI y.UiMUJ.L lltLU.Ai
Every j sI)a? a.-.areaao ia FkalA
and V.I i'eiiit ia Seoa and Felt. '
THE &;1&GAT BliHH) PLRIFIEA.
V SAMtPAlUUlAJI BESOLT
itk iM BImX. mm, UMa.
and otMr .
uj.k9tmt th t-rtafli Ika vlfar af
life, for U I
waabt f Oja Mr w.lk m-m
tm-ai mat. i kL Scnfab, STrUU.C aaatla. Cla.
alw A- . fm, Vlott. hi tw Ihms, UoxA, Taaaara.
Hislaa is I! ta GUarfa ul ctbrr aaru f IM ifMam, lm t
Era., bind koai tHiaaarcal fraej IM Caa, lal lAa weiat.' '
lift prlneipU, r wtlkiji U 4rnUr mm f wvmm
r ot .womb v natrMaWT.Miti few mu,
to any prf4m it Ur fiiMr tf Usm fcru timm
If th MtiMt.
)V III tlMi 1 ,L . .
md. iaV KI-mtM. 1
Willi new sutton j
th. SAKS A FA -li 11
mm nvtm iM'twjr Mm itf
ol tmly (
H known rcMMrdiJ
.rm IX ' Wmr
t'rtmaYTT Ml4 WBl
a ilel- UrmT. DtsJwlM. IttrlM
1 !( btiator of L'rtwr. hriffcfi Ui.
LmmI ta .i mm km ihnw v
L or thm watr U iMrk, bMi, mamm
k lb w kite of et Uww lik
HI vorsM,rivfct hi I ih yfrrmmcmw
mm epotiU, mmd wkmm tkw m m prick-
liavk autl aV-aa; ik Lo4 fni, fl.uo.
kricjjdnt (Mitt f
With MltwUiH t
whitt fitk, vr thtri
mni wbiW bWrl f
ion, lmruiiit m-d j
tha Suikil ! I be .
TTmj otiTt iv -PIN,
wa a&d aura Km. lor roftMS
12 Yeart' Growth
'lf ltndmy't ltrlwrnU
Dr. l AADWATS
la, ritwanllv coatotl with wvat
I', paHfv. clt.. au'l Mrttrtka. K4-
r n.e run, mi :t i,ror if lh SOSMk.
Kr4BMr, KitWtcMrr, .NwOM IMnnrt.
Wtiration. C'4MaMM. Itarl mmrtUm. !
Imm, tilurn Ke.tr, iDftunnAriM of tow
r , mj4 all 1 rmmmT ol ik
krraatc ta ckWt a Houlir raiw WI-
iMiaimlac mm tuavrrary, Jbitwraic, ar 4mlm-
Writmi viruy J
f RAtWATS PIIXS
witt fraa W
mU tbc afaa--r-aaMl dix.rvi.
ordvrt. Pnet, Ifc
SOLD KY DRfuGiSTS.
ALSF, AND TKCE." fUA AM l.
' LA D WAY 4 Ca Ha.tt Wama Strwt.
lafonnaua wortk UtouautU will b ms
sewpIemedies! xew jemedies f
C23 Kearnj Street,
Comer Commercial St.,
cd In 1W4, for the treatment of
Seminal lilsenses, snch aa lonoi-
. stn.-,ture. Syphilis in ail it
Wc-tkiiexs, ltmolenrv. clc
Skin Disco, i
ofyearK' standing and I'lcer.
aled Legs u
Seminal ci lilssion the onisequence of tsli
abuse. This VIiiry vice, or depraved sexual
Indulgeiu-e. pra,lccl by the youth of both
sexes loanalikiost nnllmiledevteni.proiluclng
with unerring Icertaintv, the following train of
morbid symisloms, unless combated by cl
enlillc mdlicall measures, via :
Sallow ceiinleiian,-e, ibirk spots umler the
eyes pain In tlhc he d, ringing In Ihe ear.
noise like the 1 rustling of leaves and rat
tllne nf elutritita, uneasiness about the
imiis. cniiisenm vision, blunted Intellect.
loss of conllden.
dltttilence in annrnachina-
e lo form new acquaintances,
bun aoclely, loss of memory.
Ivan his eriiptionsabout the
n disposition to
t beetle flushes ai
lih-e, furred tonf I
ic, iciHi nream, oouglis, cn-
weaU. aonnmanla and fm.
.If relh-f bo not obtained.
the sitiTerer sltonld
son or hy letter, iknd have a care euected br '
his new and sclci StirUi ramie of treating thi'a
disease, which nev-Wr tails of effe.mmr a aulck
.uul radical cure. ,Lr. H. will give one hun
dred dol'ars tonn.r person who will prove
snrlsfactorily tohirVi that hr was cure.1 ofthU
complaint by eiibr et the Sua Francisco
Persons at a dtstnlic may i, CT'RED AT
HOME, liyaddres1g a letter to Ir. Ulhlw.n,
staling ease, symptotas, length nftlme the dis
ease luiseout lmied.nirt riavndWdneroini)t
ly lorwanled, rree frsm damage and.-nrlortt v,
to any part of ihe . fcutury, wlta full and
plain directions tor tike.
Persona writing to Iho Doctor will please
atntethe name of Ihe taper tbev raw ttua ad
vertisement In. I
By Inclosing 110 eoth, n rnrtstered letter
Ihronghlhe Post Ofll
or IhriHUrh Walla. K.r.
go Co., a rsv-kage"
wnnled to any part of
if medicine will he for-
Hne u nion.
All crreioiiilen,-e Wrk-tly eonflrlenttal.
Addrasa UK. J. K
street. San Fran-isco.
1-oetoiHce Box 1.857.
Will strw everytihig ttti.
the hsariest to tbs
i f Bails', frees
IT IKIES HOKE WO
Than any ether
If then is ft Flore:
china within one thorn
d miles of
San Francisco not wor
giving entire gatisfneti
if 1 sat in
itad to the
formed of it, it will
-without expense of
19 New Moatj
Grand Hotel Building, Saa Fran
Bh4 for Cirtmlar sme
the work. AMv Agtnti
Feb. 1 dwlv
OREGON WOOBEN WARE
XAACrACriKiis or -
Backets, Paits.ffi.bs, firkins
ALL. KINDS WiODEN WAREr
' THE Comnanv ara
pared to fill all Or,
.Uls. Ash Kits,tiiU.
iters for Ash and Port a r
ter Firkins, Wash Boa
ana wooin Usn.
hip, .vo., . ' f j '
BUT Aildrcst all onmit'inl.-s-HoM to
J. D. IM Wl,
11 ' HOUR l
KtiMniiMi)i. I V?
llrad, Rta, : tWorm, Sail llhaam. Erjala., An..
BUk Su, l,.nw la ll. 1 1, Tw, Cmn J
urn m4 ii .ii, Kxun-at. i.m. Bora. ImIJ
T.'ltTlit ftwaau,' mm tt Bpm, -mM all Mtu
K I v
1 V VOIK.
IF . .