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Seefy Oregon qtesman.
SALtM, TUESOAY. OCT. 1.
THE CITY AND COUNTY.
From Daily of Wednesday Sept. 23.
Th New Muhetm, "We find in the Cin
. innti TiirWs and Chronicle of the 11th
inst. tke following notice of the new M. E.
Minister assigned by the late Conference to
Salem : "At the conclusion of the Babbath
' niorniiii sernces at Grace Methodwt F.pitt-'
copal Church, the pastor, the liev. Biepbtn
Bowers, A. M., read a telegram from one of
the Bishops of the Church, announcing his
transfer to the far Pacitic, in cliargeof some
church in Oregon, which the reverend gtn-
tinman, in voice tremulous with eniotiun,
declared bis duty to obey. Then followed a
scene not often witnessed, sliowinir the
(drone bold the pastor had on the affections
f hiH people. While some publicly pro
tesltd aaiust the removal, marly all in the
audience were afftcttd to tears. In the re
moval of Mr. Bowers not only the church.
but the entire community meet with great
' loss. His lectures upon scientific subjects
and scholarly attainments attracted to his
church the most inklhirent of our people
amone them many who seldom attended
church, while his earnest, artless preaching
won all hearts. The congregations during
the hot weather hare been very large, it
being difficult, many evenings, to find a
scsi ill uie capacious cuuicu. ,10 Mtio w
ticed. with wonder, the large number of
young people attending his services, and
understand the Sunday scliool and prayer
meeting have been largely attended during
the heated term. We understand the au
thority of the Bishops of his Church is su
preme, but surely it must be a work of un
usual needs that would take him from so
pro limine a field. He goes with the good
wishes of everybody, and we predict his
complete success in Lis new home."
A Mtstehiots Ajtaib. We have been
ahown a copy of the proceedings of the cor
onet 's inquest held over the body of Thomas
Kete, ly who wss found dead by the roadside
between this city and Gervais on die 17th of
this month. Most of the testimony taken
is of but little importance, bnt the evidence
of the examining physician. Dr. Cusick, of
Gcrvais. is of that nature that leads ns to
think there has been fonl play committed.
The ball penetrated the skull above, and a
little Denina uie ngnt ear, paused uun
ward through the brain and lodgiirg against
the left side of the head. For the reason
that there were no powder marks around
the wound, and various other reasons not
stated in the testimony, the physician was
of the opinion that tiie- wound bad been
made by a shot from a pistol in the hands
of another party. The whole case is envel
oped in a shroud of mystery that may not
1 thrown off for some time; but we trust
that if a crime has been committed, the
criminal may be finally brought to sutler the
penalty of the act
The First Fbost. Early risers yesterday
morning were somewhat surprised to see
1 uie side walks white with frost. This is the
first regular through tripthat Jack hasmade
in our valley this fall, and his welcome we
fear is anything but a hearty one among
Webfeet. But the days continue warm and
Sleasant, and the recent rains have laid the
ust so completely that from present appear
L i a nces we shall not be bothered with that ar
ticle much during the State Fair.
That Orchestra. Theater-goers in this
city are loud in their praise of the excellent
music furnished at the Opera House during
the present theatrical season. Although
there are but two performers, they are both
hnished musicians, and their selections are
excellent. Charlie Bray as a violin and cor
net plaverhas a well established reputation
in musical circles, while Johnny Boss is
without a doubt as good an accompaniment
plaver aa there is on the coast. Tlieir per
formances are highly.appreciated by all who
The Game Law. This bill which will
prove of considerable interest to Uie hunt
ing fraternity, was under discussion in the
Senate Chamber yesterday afternoon. After
a lengthy dispute on the "pros and cons" it
was ordered engrossed and will be read the
third time to-day. Should it become a law.
we will publish a condensed report of its
main features for the benefit of the "shoot
ists." Railhoad Men. Col. W. W. Chapman
and H. K. Leonard, both of whom are well
known as railroad men in our State, are in
the city. Col. Cliapman is at present engi
neering his Portland, Dalles and Salt Lake
Kailroad Bill throagh the Legislature. It
will be bronght up for it third reading and
final passage to-day in the lower House. It
is a bill of momentous importance to the
How they I) n rr. The Mercury feels
proud over our assertion that its eruptions
remind us of a volcano, and says "A vol
canic emption is a very formidable thing,
and generally carries it's point" Oh, yes,
we now have a dim recollection of the suc
cessful manner in which the "point wag
carried" at the recenf June election. What
point have they in view now, we wonder?
Aran The 3t. A. J. runiar vis
ited both Houses yesterday and conversed
with moat of the prominent members on
the issues of the day. She says that she
may possibly be sent there for the next
biennial session, and her object in visiting
them now is to learn the modus operandi of
Mokxixo Emtio. The evening M"rcnrr
wont be seen no more already. It will
hereafter be issued as a morning paper.
CoMxnwooKES or Deeds. Samuel Her
man has been appointed Commissioner of
Deeds for this State, to reside in San Fran
ciaoo. .. i - - ' - .
-Erom Daily of Thwidoy Sept. 83.
The Joint Assembly. Yesterday just be
fore the hour of noon the lobby of the
, House was crowded with, spectators, among
. whom were quite a number of the fair sex,
a rer to witness the vote for United State
henator. At the stroke of 12 Uie door-keeper
of the House announced in stentorian
tones the arrival of the Senate. The mem
bers of the House rose to their feet to wel
come the Senators elect, who marched yi
with slow and dignified steps and occupied
the seats provided for them. The President
of the Senate called the members of botil
Houses to order, and in a clear, ringing
voice announced the why and wherefore of
the- meeting, and directed the Chief of the
Senate to read the law governing their ac
tion. This Mr, Simpson' proceeded to do)
amid the silence of the numerous visitors.
The Clerks of both Houses then . read por-
, turns of the journals of the preceding dy
relating to the separate ballots taken ; after
which the President announced that aa no
person had been chosen, nominations were
in order. Mr. Cornelius arose from his seat
ud placed is nomination Hon. J JI, Mitch 11
of Portland. Thra nomination war followed
by several other, one member aeldosa wait
ing for his predecessor to be seated before
announcing his nomination. Two new con-
. tea taut appearing for Senatorial honors,
caused a smile to nit moot the faces of the
audience. .. Finally the. nominations .having
all been made, they - proceeded to ballot.
Joint rollcalls were in im mediate demand and
the sunnlv fell short BeDorters. of coure
had eye and ear open to catch full -proceedings.
The Clerk of the Senate proceed
ed to call the roll and as each member'!
name was called he named his choice. Dors
- ing this part of the proceeding the silence
: m me. room was oniy uisturoea or wo emu
ins of name of members and their iosiimi-
na. Bnt the instant the last name was call
ed, there waa the half-en ppressed ham of
. counted pelitieiana until quiet was again-ae-.
SDred by a- motion to adjourn. Thu met
with considerable ovooattion. but was earn
ed by Maiia)enyaBd the- crowd diss
paraed withnrwiv? foe the present mm
listed". ' Know ing ones, however, were not
surprised at toe general result.
C A! i wily Had.. The weUtarrwrr rjotlec
, tian-af latural Histary apaiimais'tlauiaaue
' this Hall a favorite place of resort last win
ter, baa been inproreri and increased dur
ing the year and removed to a new hall in
Gnswold's building. ; The ball will be open
."to visitors every evening until further no-,
noe. Ail wno wian to see mis iruiy instruct
tive eeilectionef eejecta matanl-and curi
ous should avail themselvef of the present
i.-i A : J
r Bboobtjsb's CotTBT. Recorder Patterson
informs aa that his services are required ev
ery morning daring these exciting times to
pass Judgment on some unfortunate party
who has imbibed ton freely of Salem ben
zine.. .The faces are mostly new ones, how
ever, and their-ofleneea slight,' Two were
disposed of yesterday morning in a summa
ry manner and there is still room for more.
To Leave TJa. Mjr. A.' . Stiason, a gen
tleman long and favorably known in this
city, has purchased a one-third interest In
the Beaver Hosiery Mills of Jefferson and
will soon, move his family . to - that, point
Ms. Btinson is an old resident of this city,
and in losing him we part with as genial a
man as is often met with.
-- I i i i .4 'i
ron, Dailp of Friday Sept. 37.
Dctasticixt Bclihos. The following
rulings of the Postoffice Department will be
interesting to many: Pnotographs sent
t-irongn the mail in a sealed envelope, open
at the corner, are subject to letter postage.
The Initials or name of the sender written
on the wrapper of a newspaper or other
printed matter, additional to the address,
subjects ton paekige to letter postage... Un-
sesfed -eirculars are permitted to pass
throagh the mails atths rate of one cent
for eaca two ounces or fraction thereof, re
gardless of the number sent provided the
package doas not exceed four pounds in
jijeifbV , - r . - r ,
A Rotal EquDMOB. James Liddy ar
rived in this city 1-ist evening with a car
rrae that has sn considerable of English
royalty. "It was purchased for tiie Governor
of Vauconvor Island, and was used as his
private carriage' for some time. Being of
I'eisJ for sale, C. P, Bacon, of P.JTtland, be
came the purchaser, and lit in turn dis
posal sf it w Mr. . LiU!y, who ues it us a
rinblic haci. I', is o! e. eg" in t finish and in
Srt'ery rtspjci a fust clas a, Lit.it.
TKl'TH MHAJHiER THAS FICTIOJf.
A Strange meeting, with at happy re
null lulled for Uie.
Yesterday's train from the south brought
with it, to this city, a lady who had oomo
overland from Clinton, Iowa, alone, to meet
a gentleman, on a promise of marriage as
soon aa she should arrive. The history of
the courtship is a romantic one, and worthy
of note, ana did we but possess the flowery
stvle of romance writing that some have,
we might find foundations for a first class
novel, by gaming the full particulars of this
courtship, and Uie proposed marriage, A
plain statement of facti however, will suf
fice for this occasion. The gentleman was
living in one of the Southern States, when
one day his attention was called to an adver
tisement that appeared in the Waverly Mag
azine, from four fun loving girls, living in
the above named city, who desired to cor
respond with an unlimited numlier of gen
tlemen object, fun love and its eonseqHen-
eea. This gentleman, on the impulsed' the
" moment, in answer to the advirti.-wuu.ut,
wrote a letter to one of the ladies and pa
tiently awaited the result. No answer was
received for months, and the circumstance
had almost been forgotten, when one
day on going to the post-office he found a
letter from his unknown correspondent
It was neatly wiitteu, and well composed,
and the only excuse given for htr negli
gence, was her absence from home when
his first letter arrived.
He was so well pleased with his corres
pondent, that he immediately wrote her his
second letter, and siuce then letters have
passed between them regularly at stated in
tervals. The first letter was written nearly
six years ago, and during that time he had
traveled extensively, but had never met tier.
Meanwhile fortune" favored him, and he fell
heir tu a large fortune by the death of a
relative, but in an unfortunate speculation
he lost the bulk of it, and came west to es
tablish himself in business. He arrived in
Oregon about two years ago and secured a
clerkship in a retail store in Portland, and
bv strict attention to business, won the con
fidence of his employers who about three
months ago admitted him as a junior part
ner. As his good fortune seemed about to
return to him, he concluded to win his un
seen friend as a wife, if possible, for tiie six
years correspondence had convinced him
that she was m every wav worthv of his af
fections. He proposed to her, was accented
and money was sent to her to pay her pass
age enroute to Oregon. A telegram lroni
Yreka advised him what train she would
amve on, ami yesterday morning lie came
up from Portland to meet her. He stoppi d
on here to await the arrival of the down train
on which she was expected. We left him
at noon, and ere tliis they are, no doubt,
man and wife, at the metropolis.
The State Faib. Numerous articles are
daily arriving for exhibition at this annual
gaifiering, and from present appearances
the display will exceed that of any forint r
occasion of the kind. Booths are being
erected, temporary lodgings put up, stables
refitted, stalls repaired, etc. Stocu is daily
arriving, and several fast horses are ahe idy
in the city. By to-morrow night camp life
will fairly begin at the fair grounds.
Quarterly Meetixo. The first quarterly
meeting of South Salem M. E. Church com
mences to-morrow morning. The pro
gramme is as follows : Preaching Saturday
at 2 v. x. by the Presiding Elder. Also at
7:30 in the evening. Preaching Sunday
morning at 10:30 A. at. Sablatlt School at
" 12 o'clock. Preaching and the Lord's Sup-
pjr SablKith evening, ana Love least .Mon
day evening at 7 o'clock.
For the Faib. Mr. James Cameron ai
rived vesterdav from Yamhill with forry-twi
head of his Leicester sheep, lately imported
Iroiu .t (t ,iaiana. tie will exitioii mem
at the. State Fair. They may now be seen
at Smith's Banch, half way out to the Fair
We yesterday found a note signed "TUl.'e
F." wfiich she can have by proving property.
T. B. Odeneal has an advertist ment in
this meaning's issue of interest to butchtis
Tearson, Esq. has a few words to say re-
j: Tv:i...... u.....;.ar. n.Anv.;nAa
UlUillg MU9UU ocnuig uiotjiiun.
Pewine machines must be in srood demand
judging uy the number of new "ads." Read
J. V. Gilbert's double column advertise
. .. . j .
Salem, Sept. 24, 1872.
By Mr. Vatou. S. B. 25. To pro
vide for sale of tide lands: also a bill
to amend the act to irovide for a
steamboat canal, etc.. at the Willam
ette falis; Mr. Strahan. n bill autorlz
iug the Supreme Court to appoint one
' or more bailiffs rules suspended and
the bill passed.
WnRon road for Southern Oreson
The bill to provide for the construc
tion or a wagon roail ti-om Jackson
through Grant and Baker counties, was
discussed and passed. It provides an
appropriation of 25,000, and the sur
vey and construction of the road under
the supervision or Commissioners.
The bill to define boundaries of
Grant county was parsed.
Tote for I". S. Senator.
At 12 o'clock, the honr fixed for the
vote to be taken in the Senate for V
S. Senator, Mr. Strahan moved to ad
journ; lost 8 to 11. ,
' Mr. Cornelius nominated Joltn II,
Mr. Brlstow nominated II. W. Cor
Mr. floult nominated ex-Governor
! Whiteaker. -
" " Mr. Brown of Baker, noriilnatetl J.
H.'SlaterTfrTP f -'
Mr. Myers nominated J. W." Nes-
" The roll beinir called the vote stood
' ForMitcnell Mesors. Brown, of Ma
' rinn, Corntliifs, Cowles, Dolpli, Han
nah, Moores. Powell and atson 8.
. C For Corbett Messw. Bristow, Crys
tal and Webster 3.
For Slater Messrs. Baldwin and
Lienaflen-2. : '-
For Whiteaker Messrs. Hoult, Mon
roe. Patterson and Strahan i.
For Xesmitl Messrs. Crawford
Myers and Presidetit Fay 3.
.There, being no choice the Senate ad
jouroed till 2 r. m. 1 ' - -
Butlittle business was done in the
aftTmnno The bill to 1 annroDriate
"16.000 for mileage of members passed
, Mr. Crystal gave notice of a bill to lo-
; cateami organise trie state university;
i Fav, a bill to allow persons under in;
'. dictmelit to testify in their own behalf;
; flntl Corttelins, to amend the act of 1863
IIOIWG or .BKPBasKXTATITIS.
The Speaker asketl leave ot absence
to attend to" important business in the
Supreme Cooit,ind leave being grant-
ea, ne caiieu .ur. isuroaiiK 10 tne cnair.
A resolution was adopted providing
thattbe-House should take a yote at
u M. ior L. o. senator.
"aerilnnd, Dalles nndiat lke RaII-
- Tt Committee to whom was refer-
, red tbe bill to urovlde aid for the Port
land, Dalles and Salt Lake Railroad,
reported it back -with Sundry - amend
Traetrts mid recommended Its passage
Tbv am)drneiiu 'were severally adopt
ed and Ua bill was ordered engrossed
and printed.' . ' -" " '
oi-.TherrefMotibO to so-intfrther tSotta-
lonui eieciiou ai, it iu. nas reeousiuereu
and thea taki -w-Ute- table. Sube
qnently It" was agreed to go into the
election at 3 Pi iu and the House ad
jourued till 2 p. M.
Bltls paiased by the Hoiwe.
i The bill to amend' charter of Jack
sonviUe; bill to amend the act relating
to the noiciine or property dv aliens:
tmd the bHl;tr incorporate the town of
'prjj Vote raw IT. S. Senator. ......
'The Ilouse prooeetlerl.pursuant to res
olution to take a vote for choice ot the
House for U. S. Seuator. The person
Voted for were the same k In the Sen
, ate at noon. , - .
: For Mitchell Messrs. Riles Bushy,
Barin, Crawford, Corwin, Cooper. Con
, le, Caples, Iiarst, Iownlng. Engle,
' Ginles, Harrison, . Hirsch. Johnson,
Langell, Matlock. Martin, Powers,
- Patton, Simpson, Thornbiiry, Walker,
Washburn and Speaker Mallory 23.
For Corbett -Messrs. Allen, Bur-
bank. Collier, Kiley, Kiddle, Stott and
For Slater Messrs. Andrews, Blake-
ly, Cranor. Ctii ran, Lai low, Onstctn,
btejihenson, Shelton and Wright 9.
- For VThiteaker Messrs. Crooks Ma
? son and WUloughby 3.
-j- For Xesmith Messrs. Clow. Grant,
Hodgkins. Waldon and White 5.
Tiiere wag no choice.
Tiie House adjourned.
Salem, Sept. 24, 1S72.
., , W THE SESATE,
By BrU w to amend Ih act to pi-c-
vent iraujsm electio.is; Hiunali, to j
mend Uie act to appoint a Kcgistor or
State Lands at La (Jnind 100 copies
ordered printed; Cornelius a hill to
designate Pacific University at Forrest
Grove, as the State University appro
priate $10,oou iuu eopies oruereu
A Maine Law.
I"h hill to nrovlde for the protection
of game and fish, was read third time
Senatorial Electlon-Jolnt ton vent Ion.
At 12 o'clock the Senate proceeded
the Hall of the Iluue ami the
joint convention was formed. Fay pre-
sicling. lor toe pnrpr? oi -in""s "
V. S. Senator. The roll being called,
the vole was as follows:
For Mitchell Brown of Marion. Cor
nelius, Cowles. Dolpii, 11 .-innali-Moore
Powell, Watson. Biles, Karin. Bn-liy.
Crawtord. ofClaekanias, Corvvin. Cool er,
Congle. Cnples, Darst. iK.wnui.
Engle, Oingles. Harrison. Hirsch,
Johnson. Laugell. Matlock, Martin.
Powers, Patton, Shiison. Thornbtirv.
Washlmrn and Speaker Mallorv 32.
For Corbett Britow. Crystal. U eb
ster, Allen. iSurbank. Collier. Kilcy.
lliddle. Stott. Wi-I, Walker 11.
For Slater JJtildwin. Brown of Bil
ker. Lieuallen, Myers, Andrews.
Blakelv) Cuinui, La Dow, Oir-tein.
Shelton. Wright 11.
For Xesuiith Crawford, of Linn.
Clow, Hopkins, White i.
For Wlnteaker llonlt, Patterson,
Stmhaii. CiiMiks 4.
For Trim 1'olen, Crmor, Grant.
Mason. Stephenson. Waldou, Wil
longlihy. ami President Fay t.
For Gates Monme.
Tiie convention adionmed lr a vote
of 3S to :3; tlieDeinoctats, and Corbett
men votinj; lor the adjournment.
In t!ie Afternoon.
Mr. Hannah presented a petition
from citizens of I'siion county praying
lor a change ol the county seat Iroiu
La Grande to Union.
Mr. llonlt gave notice ofa biU to lo
cate the Mate I inverstty.
The 11. J. K. in relation to Indian
hostilities was received, ital and
After having transacted some n U'tue
liu-uiess the Swnatc ailjonrued tu to
IIOt'ME OF HEl,K5E.1iTATiVEii.
Petitions From the I-ople.
Mr. Burb.iiik presented a remoa
tranee from the citizens of Lafayette
against the incorporation of the town.
Mr. La Dow presented a petition lor
aid in the construction ot n free wagcxi
road across the Blue Mountains.
Mr. Simpson presented a petition
relating to temperance legislation.
Xotices of IlilL.
Bv Burl ank. a "nill to amend the law
r-'lating to incorporations ; Caples. a
bill relating to the .Agricultural miiooi
Lanils ;Aji!so a bill relating to the ap
pointment of a State Geoitgist.
, By Mr. Corwin, a bill to amend the
statute relating to certain privilege of
citizens; Mr. Martin, to amend the
law regulating the appointment of
road supervisor ; Mr. Johnson, a joint
resolution relatins tolndian hostilities
i.i tiie State of Oregon adopted ;
Darst. a hill amending the act relating
to taking tip estrays; La Dow. a
bill on the same subject ; Mr. Patton.
a bill authorizing the Secretary to sell
certain cojiies of the Code at f 3 pet
copy. At twelve o'clock the House re
ceived the Senate in joint convention.
The greater part of the afternoon
w-at spent, in the House, in considering
report ' fanmittees on various mat
ters referred to them.
Mr. Congle introduced a hill fdT the
relief of Dr. J. C. Hawthorne, and
gave notice of a bill for supplying the
city of Portland with water.
Sept. 26, 1S7:
IX TH E Si:ATE.
An Inmlmtlon Asrent.
Brihtow introtluced a bill author- j
the Goveruar to Cotiimi-vsiou ;
Gen. E. L. Applesrate. ol Lane county. ;
a Commissioner of Immigration, and;
to make an appropriation to enable '
such Commissioner to pay traveling i
exienses, turiusli tiiiuselt witli maps
statistics, etc., lor the pnrpoH! of in
ducing immigration to tlih State One
hundred copies of the bill were ordered
Senate bill Xo. 11. relating to cer
tain amendment of Mate laws ; the
Senate bill relating to the rights of
married women ; the Senate bill to
prrvide for a record of patents, de
crees conveyances, etc.; the Senate
bill to regulate civil and criminal pro
cedure in justices courts, were sever
ally brought to a third reading and
Don't want to stick.
Mr. Cornelius offered a resolution
declaring it the sense of the Senators,
that they should, iu joint conv. n'ion
for the election ol U. S. Senator, vote
against adjournment, and continue the
ballot till onie iterson be chosen, or at
least till an earnest effort should be
made iu that direction. The resolu
tion was lost.
Joint Convention lor the Election ot
t-'.A. Senator. -
The two houses met at 12 m. In ad
dition to the candidates voted for yes
terday, Hon. L. L. Mc Arthur was
named. The ballot was taken as fol
For Mitchell Brown of Marion,
Cornelius. Cowles, Dolph, llanua,
Moores Powell. W'Rtson, Biles, Barin.
Bushey, Crawford, Corwin, Cooper,
Congle, Caples Darst, Downing. Kn
gle, Gingles, Harrison, Hirch, John
son, Langell, Matloek, Martin, Pow
ers Patton, Simpson, Thornbiiry,
Walker, Washburn, and Speaker
For Corbett Brlstow, Crystal, Web
ster, Allen, Fur tank, Colder, Kiley,
Kiddle, SWtt, and West 10.
Of the Democratic vote, .f. II. Slater
received hj N. It. Cranor, 5; P P,
Prim 9 ; L. L. MoArthiir6.
There being no choice the Conven
tooka recess till 2 P. St.
After the It ecms.
The Joint Convention took another,
the third, ballot forU. S. Seluttor, with
the following result :
For Mitchell 34 votes tiie same as
this forenoon, except that Mr. Burbapk j
changed from Corbett to Mitchell. - i
For Corbett 9 votes. !
Y For Print S votes. !
i For Cranor 5 vote. , '
For McArthur 3 votes. '
The Joint Convention then adjourned
till 12 if. to-morrow.
The Senate, after returning to its
Chamber, spent the afternoon session,
in committee of the whole, upon the
Senate to cliange the manner of voting i
from viva voce to ballot. I
THE HOUSE or REPRESENTATIVES j
Capital Building- Appropriation. j
. The House bill to make an appropri-!
atiou of 100,000 lor the erection of a !
State House, being the special order '
for 10 a, in. was taken up immediately ,
after tbe reading of the journal. Mr.
Burbank made some remarks favoring i
an appropriation, bnt thought the sum ,
named iu the bill too large. He moved ',
to ie'er back to the committee, with
Instructions to amend by striking out '
$100,000 and inserting tn lien $50,000.
Mr. Cranor, of Lion, moved an f
amendment to Burbank's mi t on, to !
Instruct the committee to amend by j
sultstituting $30,000 instead of $50,000. ;
These motions were, however, alter I
discussion, nesratived, and the bill
passed. Ayes 43, noes 6. j
A Resolution to Expedite Buine. 1
Mr. Hirsch offered a resolution tie-
-In ring in favor of continuing to ballot
for I". S. Senator in joint convention,
in case no one should be chosen on Uie
first ballot, to avoid the loss of time
ion-sequent upon the tailuie to elect
and the frequent meetings of the joint
convention. The resolution was, how
ever, laid upon tiie table, a majority
of the members being evidectly not iu
any hurry about the Senatorial election.
The House then took a recess for the
purpoie of holding the joint conven
tion. Uon re-assembling, after the
convention, tlw House adjourned till
1 10 a. in. to-morrow.
Kich bank diggings have been dis
covered on tiie Klamath river, fiaying
$30 per day to tbe hand.
AX EXTRAORDINARY TROT.
A Political Tragedy at Charleston.
The Forrester-Nathan Murder
ANOTHER INTERNATIONAL CON
Dentil of Kenntor Uarret Davis.
. CALIFORNIA DISPATCHES.
Tiie mo-.t extraordinary Uirre-niile
Trot on Record.
Xi'W YcntK. Sept. 21. The Pros
pect Fair Grounds Association brought
Theautiimn meeting to a clo-e yester
day with oneol the mo-t extraordinary
trots which ever took place. The Asso
ciation gnve a purse for a dash of three
niiies. with an extra purse of $ 1.000 it
the 7:32.' time made by the famous
Dutchman," 33 years ago, was beat
en. I'ntil yesterday noon "Dutch
man's'" time has stood at the head of
tin-trotting record, notwithstanding
such turf celebrities as "Flora Temple"
and "General Butler." have tried to
beat it- and failed "Flora Temple"
made the attempt on September 30th,
1 StJO, and was 7:40J4' in perloruiiug
the distance iu the first attempt and
7:43, on the second.
Iu a trial the same day "General
Butler" took 7:34 to go. "Johnny'
Dexter"' aUo tried the feat at a private
trial but failed. The glory was reserv
ed to "Huntress" to eclipse all previ
ous perforinatees and beat "Dutch
man's" time, which was done yester
day by 11 '-4 seconds, "llmitres.s"
trotting three miles, apparently with
ease, in 7:21.l4.
Tragedy lu Charleston.
Charleston, Sept. 22. A personal
altercation took place iu a restaurant
on Columbia street, last evening, be
tween Mr. Montgomery, President of
the State Senate," and Samuel Milton,
the regular Republican candidate for
liieoliice. John D. Caldwell, Major
. .1. M. Morgan, and two friends of Mil
ton's who interfered to separate tiie
parties, wer,? shot. Caldwell was in
stantly killed and Morgan slightly
wounded. The verdict of the coroner's
jury charges Georjre Trenhoiin.a friend
of Montgomery's, with the wilful shoot-
- ingot Caldwell. The affair, owing to
the social position ot the participants,
caused much excitement; Caldwell is
a brotlier-iii-law of United States
Senator Kohinsou. Morgan is son-in-
law of (J. A. Trenlinlm, former Secre
tary of the Confederate Treasury. The
trairedy 'rcwout of rcciiiiiininations of
a political nature.
Tiie Forrestcr-tUnn MurUer t'nse.
New YoiiK. September 22. The
defense in the Forrester cue vill 'at
tempt to prove an ulibi. John Con
nor, of Xew Orleans, with whom For
rester's wife boarded, states that the
acctiH'd was in the Soiitliern States
dressed ai a laborer when the Nathan
murder was committed. Plenty of
witnesses can lie brought forward to
prove this. He aNo says that the Xew
. York detectives offered him many in
ducements to betray Forrester, Inst he
i-el'iisi-d. They told him that the re
vr.irds for the di-covery of the Na
than' murderer amounted to joO.UOO,
mid ail they had to do was to put the
' crime on Forrester. This they would
have no trouble in doing if once tliey
liad I litis in New York.
Another Iiiteruntioiml Conarrens.
New Yokk. Sept. 23. At a meet
ing of the spring-street Federal Coun
cil of Internationals yesterday, it. was
announced that the Internationals of
iliimie are to hold another Universal
"oi igiess, as the one recently held at
Hague bus raised great ilissatislkation
among the member.
Drain of SciiHtur liarret Davis.
ClNClNX.vn, September 22. Hon.
Garret Davis, United States Senator
from Kentucky, died at hi residence,
at Paris, Kentucky, at half-past three
i Iit-s morning. He was seventy-two
war of n if".
JI mey Sriirr -About VlTtont -- llrs.
HitirM TriMl A Mr-tlirlilolit Sulf
In'nt-flMtor 4'ole Iuhii on lite
eutrxl I'Heilie-Arizoian Deler-te-
Sak FiiANfi.-co. Septemlier 23.
Monry is very t-carce. and worth l'g
to 2 er cent, for short loans.
In Liverpool wheat is worth about
$.3 21 per cental ; freight, $1 per cen
tal. .So long as s much wheat otters
for ships to lake it, and the Liverpool
price so great, ship owners will con
tinue to freight.
The defense closed iu the Fair cae
this afternoon, and Mr. Dore, a busi
ness man. was examined by prosecu
tion to refute tiie idea of insanity.
A call is being circulated and signed
for a Straight-out. Democratic Conven
tion, to be iield in this city next month
to nominate Electors, it will prol
jibly be, issued in two or three days.
Very many Democrats here are deter
mined not to support Greeley under
Senator Cole addressed a crowded
house at Piatt's Hall to-night on rail
. road matters. His speech was read
from manuscript and was listened to
with gnsit attention. He was severe
iu his stricttire upon the Central Pa
cific Kailroad Company, and thought
it had already been subsidized too
McCormick will have no opposition
to a re-election all parties uniting
In returning '"in to Congress.
Opinion of BrlltMh XewMpnper
liittlliKenri' Hint tJinneror Vtilliam
Iihm Decided iu tutor of lulled
VKTOltlA. Sept. 20. The British
Colonist of this morning contains the
following news : Great Britain may
niiikc up her mind tohs; San .fuan
.and the adjacent island. Bight or
wrong. Emperor William, we are iu
position to statp, ha given a decision
in fivor of the United State, and the
group will lie ceded to the United
State iu the course of a few weeks.
This news is perfectly reliable and au
thentic." 7i. p. It.
fflovements of Distinguished Men.
-THE SUB-TREASURY DEFAL
CATION. Crime Rampant in Chi
cago. THE CUB AX PSSIVATEElt
BailroMl Coutmlmloners Appointed.
Washingtox, Sept. 23 The Pi-esi-lent
ha appointed a Commissioner
loeiainine tiie XortrK-ni Pacitic Rail
road. Tltoma UixlerwotKl of (.af iyette,
Indiana. L. H. Kaulman. of Washing
ton, anu'A. C. Sands of Cincinnati.
Personal uid Pollticnl.
Postmaster General Creswell left
here last evening for Ohio, where he
will tike part iu tiie campaign. Gen.
tjowan. Assistant Secretary of the In
terior, i expected to return from Ohio
to-morrow. Gen V. II. Terrell, third
Assistant Postmaster General, goes to
. Indiana to-morrow and nill remain
until after the election. Meanwhile
he will take the stump lor Grant and
AVilson. President Grant will leave
Long Branch permanently for the sea
son, on Wednesday uight, remaining
on Thursday in Philadelphia, and re
turning to" Washington on Frk'ay
The JolinMMa Delalmtlon.
New York, Sept. 23. Treasnrv of
ficers tfoui Washington acquit the sub
Treasury of any blame in regard to
Johnson's defalcation. They say John
son did not abstract stamps, but appro
priated money realized from the sales
ofstaup to brokers wi'li whom lie did
busiuev, and has made a clean breast
of it. t
An Iktrnordlnnrjr Asaasilnation.
Chicigo, Sept. Last night about
midnigtit, fames P. Mcvvtlltams. a
vouusr nan employed as? a comnttsitm-
i i the limes ollice. was hot throngli
the heafl and almost iixtsntly killed
by one of a party ot four men whom
he met'. McWiilianis. witha coninan
ion. was going home, when hi atten
tion was attracted to Forot altervatiou
In-t ween four men. when lie stopped
and asked. "What's the matter." One
ot the men told him to pttsw on. which
he did without a word, bnt had mly
got a few steps when one of the ni"ii
drew a revolver and she him. The
assassin and his companion c;jpi d
and are still at large.
The rttsFor Itiet Hl.nn IilibiHt. r.
New Yokk. Sept. 21. A wsiiing
ton dispatch says an agent of the Cuban
Kepublic and others liave leti waiting
n the Attorney General, with a view
to having the case of the Cuban lilihu -ter
Pioneer reopened. The condem
nation of tin; vessel was hud 0.1 a snap
judgment, and the parties ik-ire to
have the case tried on its merits. '11 e
Attorney General expressed him-clt
tavorable to the Cuban eau-e, but said
in the present attitude of the Govern
ment nothing could be done iu the mat
ter. PHOVTliEJiCE, Sept. 24. The Cuban
Pioneer was sold at Newport to-day
by the Marshal for $4S,00O.
1'oneerniiiif the Anlo-Betel Cruiser.
Washington, Sept, 24. A special
savs nothing is yet settled concerning
Uie time and method of auditing pri
vate claim growing out ot the depre
dations of the anglo-rebel crniser. but
it is quite probable that Congress will
provide next session for thi ascertain
ment without waiting for the payment
to this Government by Great Britain.
The feiiron the Meeting of Uie i:m-M-ror,
SHiieiil oi lA-ruutu in
d em nit'.
Paius, Sept. 23. At a reifption
y;iveu by Thiers iu the Palace of Klyce
to-day Count Urlotl'. Kusian Mini-ier
t b'raiKv. said the Czar would not
have gone to any meeting, the object
ot which was hostility to France.
Count Orloll said the Czar liad onlered
him formally to state this Cict to
The French Government to-day
paid to Germany 57.(KX).000 liunc.
completing the fifth half millianl of
the war indemnity.
I lie lair Trial- Arrival of Overland
San Fuvncisoi, Sept. 21. Ur.
Shuitlell', ot the Insane Asylum, is be
ing examii.ed in the Fair cae to rebut
tiie presumption of insanity. The ex
amination is tcdiou as all the testi
mony concerning the kiKiugaud event
prior thereto has to be read over !
him in order to get his opinion as to
the sanity of the prisoner.
Overland pasengers Gen. Ca.
Win. IS. Ogden, .'a.s. Stinsnn, C. i.
Wright. I-' red Uiliing. Win. llcndou
and 1. II. Caulield. directors N. P. j
Co.. aud S. W. Tliayer, .Annuel Wil- j
son, William Mtlnor IlolK-rts. Hon. i
W, S. King, lion. W. A. Howard. '
Master U iiliani Heiidon, .Tauie 11.
Stampand ti. it. Gray, oliicer and at
taches of the N . P. It." i;. Co.
jlurderous Attack I' nun Xefuis.
rons ih t( hi:s::;.'.
The Roumanian Persecutions The Unit- j
ed biases I.itert'eres. ' j
"STRIKING ILE" DON'T PAY.
Siildler'.s' Miuiiimcnt Dedicated.
THE NATHAN MURDER CASE.
Ottliioi-uiti Ii;sit"li'... j
EASTEHX SEWS, I
A Uristiil AtlmU llMn Nrrois A ,
Wliile in:iu unU three l-io. i
New Yoiik, Sept. 2-"i. The Sun
publishes detail 1 he a Iliay ofI!un-j
terlou. N. J. One hundred and fifty
black ami over three hundred whites i
are at work on a tunnel on a new rail
way trom Perth A m hoy to the cnal I
ndnes. On Saturday night a par-y ot j
whites, who had !ecn drinking, as- !
sailed a party of negroes who were I
,.nf t--!i:iitiii,T. :lml '-tp rnii!i-(t . '
They proeui-i ii reinforcements. resinned j
the "attai-k on tle negroes, huvuiug j
their hnildin!:. Koth si,.s were j
armed with pickaxes aud other im
plement. Charles t olla. a white la-j
liorer, was kil'u-d during the niht.
The overseers juel!ed the riot. Imt
most ot the negroes fled iu terror. Tbe
white.s then, to seek vengeance for the
death of one of their umulicr, made an
organized attack upon the negroes,
and. butchered three in the most f.or
rible manner. The fieople of Hunter
don county are greatly excited. The
murderer, and their fellow-workmen
banded themselves together and re
solved to resist all attempts to arivt
them. The white Sheriil" seems de
cided In hi operations. Many ne
groes have fled tiie place.
Anirricn Interferon to Prevent Perse
cution ol Isu-hcMUm.
Washington-. Sent. 24. It appear
from correspondence just pullihed
that American Minister Washbnrne
on August 0th communicated to the
French Minister ot Foreign Affairs an
expression ofa desire on the part of
our Government that France should
take such action as would -put an end
to the persecution of the Israelites in
Konmania. Th-Minister replied on
August 30th that the French Consul
General in several instance had acted
with the American Consul General in
making the necessary representations
to Houinania. We have never neg
lected to make , the Consulate at
luchareT make representations urir-
ing jntice and humanity, and we have
obtained assurances lor the future,
which respond to our wishes. When
the occasion present itself we shall in
sist that equal protection Ih- accorded
in Uouiiiaiiia to residents of all creeds.
Tli rctrol xun lluslncss Oveidone.
Titusviixk. Pa.. Sept. 21. The
movement lowar-J shnttingdow n wells
a.d the siispeu-'iou of drilling, so a to
decrease the production of petroVmn.
winch was agitated son-e weeks ago
and proved unsuccessful, has Ix-eu re
newed. Meeting are being held and
resolutions pas-ed, and organization
formed to this end, and it is now
thought they will be successful. Pro
duction has reached over 13,000 bar
rels per day and Is increasing. Thi
excessive supply has'Vauscd prices to
decline so low that its prixluctiou i
unprofitable. A large number of
wells have already closed.
DHllentton of Nolrtlern' Monument.
Sriuxr.mxD, Mas.. Sept. 24. Tiie
soldier's monument at PittsnVId was
delicatel to-day. An address wa de
livered by Oeo.'Wm. Cnrti. Twenty
thousand persons were present. Gov.
Washburn and Lieut. Gov. Tucker
made speeches at the dinner given af
terwards. The Forronter Sathan rnn.
New Yokk. Sept. 25. Forrester i
I rep irtiifl to have aid yesterday that if
lie is pardoucd Mom ttie Illinois prison
he will he will divulae who is the real
murderers of Nathan.
Colored Liberal Convention.
Lovisville, Sept. 2o. The colored
Liberal Convention met In-day at
noon. It organized t jnporarily, ap
oiiited the n.-ual committees and ad
journed. rOKEIMS SEWS.
Arrival or th Remains of the lnt
Him of SwHl Ht Storkliolul-
'Itaiera nnd far Proposed I renrli
4'onstttuYionnl 'lmiif hief Jiw
"ee oeliburn' Opinion tt.
Stockholm, Sept. 24. The remains
of dairies XV. have been brought to
Stockholm. They were taken in sol
emn procession through the street, re
ceiving every mark of respect from the
Pakis, Sept. 24. Thiers has now
under consideration the recommenda
tion of the Consul General iu regard
to proposed cou-ti:utio:ial reform. He
is also giving atie ,tion to elaborate re
ports from Preach representatives
iroad iu regard to the working of
(institutional government in the vari
ous foreign .countries. On these ma
terials be will bae bis proposal to the
Assembly for the appointment of a
Vice President of the Kepublic, the
creation of an upper chamber and a
new electoral law. I
London. Sept. 25. The opinion of
Chief Justice Cockburn. disagreeing
with tiie decision of his colleagues of
the Geneva Tribunal, is published. It
make a pamphlet of 23 page.
Bekus. Sept. 25. The authorities
have stop) it'll the transmission of a
telegraphic dispatch of 500 word
C M'KNll AG.N.Sept. 23. King Chris
tian i seriously ill.
Mrs. Fnir'M '.i Hi. M. I. Mirier
l.rrlurvhon Jo:i Jin A Biiliy Koust
ei Ucrvipla ol M bent.
Sax FitANricx). S-pt. 23. Ir.
Shurtleff thinks from theevidcuce sul)-initt-d
to him that Mr. Fair was sane
at the time -u: killed Crittenden.
There were five political meetings
in this, city last night, all well attenil
el. Mr. Minnie Mvrtle Miller verely
excoriatetl the gentle Joaipiiu last
night lie tore a large audience.
Lr. Horner is to be examined this
afternoon on a charge of roasting a
TIm! receipts of wheat are so large
that it is impossible to house the grain
as fast a received.
Greeley i maundering through In
diana, about reconstructions and bloody
The cholera continue to spread
Shanghai has bad a bit of an earth
quake. The American man-Hf-war Waehu
xel! has arrived at Portsmouth.
A Sau Francisco Hoodlum named
Tones ha lieen sent to jail for 200 days
fjr an assault.
Steamer A jux arrived at San Frau
c'i.sai, Sept. 21. fro:n 1'oitiaiid.
Tiie National Council of tbe Order
of American Mechanics met at New
York Sept. 24.
lJejeiued Pasha. Turkish Embas-a-dor
to France, is dead.
Clias; Sumner arrived at Pari S-pt.
k The evacuation of tbe departments
of Ma rue and Haute Maine. France,
is to begin Oct. 15lh.
A colored Grant club at Cincinnati
wai attacked with stones ami pistols
Saturday mgiit, py an opposition cluh.
A party of Chinese students arrived
at Chicago, bound for New 1 la veil,
II. lienderou was arrested at Balti
more, chargi-d with the minder oi Or.
Merrinian Coieon the night ot Satur
day, .ran. SMh, s72.
A premature explosion took place at
the west end ot Honsae tunnel, killing
Peter Stone, .seriou-iy injured John
Smith, and slightly injured two other.
Kev. Norman McLeod is lecturing
at Suit Lake City against Monnoni-ni
to inniiense audience.
A strong force of cavalry will lie
;il i.ito Southern Arizona, and a vig-ornii-'M.-ir
iiiaugnraied dining the Fall
:i::d l inter months.
Mirtiu Hunan, a well knmwu news-pnpci-
man, died at S.ie.-anieiito alter a
Large Grant and Wilson meeting
are being held throughout the State of
( a litor.jia.
Over three million sacks of wheat
have l;con leivivci! at Sau" Francisco
i.,ce Jui.e ls.
New from ( ' iri'io'i. iroiu Il iruev.
and Lightning crei-lc. js encour
aging. The od Cauieroii claim, on
i ii on-' i -eek, i ,-ie:ii:i Jaying rir
A iliseovery ot a large vein of an-'
thracite coil h is t een made in the j
iiionnt.iiijs hack of I 'owiehan. !
'i'iie I'niteJ Slates sloop-of-war St.
M.irv. sixteen guns. Captain Pope,
lorty-two days from Honolulu, via Ko- !
if. ic and Sitka, arrived in Lsjuiuialt'
h ir.'ior 0:1 W e luc-J.iy. !
Crei-liy ba liridged ll.e bloody!
c':a-ui. on bis route, as far as Cleve-lin-l,
A National Convention of Sd-a-n-boat
men wa held at Cleveland Sept.
President Grant n turned to Wash
ington. iit.-ii.iy. I
There was a s.ih. of 100 elk hides, at
Victoria, this Week., at IS to -J1U ct.
.Mini-tir Nelson will shortly leave
Mexico, fnravi-ii to the I'nited State-.
The bully. 1 Sutler, con-ul, lies been
The lirie Company ha commenced
suit tor the recovery of the Grand t
era House from Gould and Mrs. Fisk.
The Commissioners of Immigration
hive ordered an investigation into the
:i Hairs ,,f the insane asviilul on Ward's
G o. Win. Curtis declined a nonii
n d o.( as Presidential Kleclor lor N.
Y. fearing he may be ineligible owing
to bis holding an ollice in tbe civil ser
ved' commission. John A. king is
e suhst it tided iu his place.
On her last trip, the Prince Alfred
c irrieij to Victorui, a lot ot line blood
A real estate sale took place by auc
tion at Victoria on the 2llh. Buyers,
and speculators were out iu large lorce.
and generally large prices were ob
tained. The directors of the Piiget. Sound
Telegraph Company have levicl no as
sessment of 20 per share.
The first snow storm of the season
occurred at Salt Lake City yesterday.
Three inches of snow fell.
CURE FOR FEVER AND AGUE
5 . -Ny
COfviP. EXT. of EUCALYPTUS.
Dr. J. . Coloiiinn.
of San Fi-anclsvo, ami sv
ereial emliu'iit phv-lclnn
of KiimiM- bare ben :-oi-eralingduru
ft tl:e past
. wo vi-arsaiMi exiK'riniotit-
l.i pr In hosplial practice
. wl h the medicinal pn
erties conlained In the
Knc-alviitna. and the re-
snH bow that as a cure for Fever a?id Ague
it is betlpr ttiMii luinine, a in I1H lest
cases n here Jui nine ha-l been given un-ii.;-c.cliilly.
111 ucie cured Willi Eucalj plus,
In llic l". S. Marine IIopllal where exten
sive experiments were nwle wil h Dr. Cole
mans Extracl. every case of Fever and Ag'.ie
was cured w!:h iliii-emedy alone.
I! Iia a'fn In-eii proien in the same hos
pital, i hat when prepared by lr. Coleman's
)"e,'iil!:ii- pr.vess it is a most Invaluable reine
dvforall diseases of I he Kidneys, llla lder
aiwl I'rinary l an.il, and many 'cases were
cure I with this preprint ion alone, that had
ln-en pronounced incurable, wllh any ottier
known remedy. Fur ihese diseases It can iie
coniidently relied I'jkhi as the most cllic:i
cloiw nui"!T ever oftere1! to the public. l'it
lilce most o'.ner valuable remwiles. it Is aplea
Huitconli:i), and is not lejc'led by the most
sensitive stomach. The lMipnlarity whl.h
Coleman's tmip-aind Extract nf Kucalyimis
iias a'n'a Iv art.il'iedh.'is icen blrrh 10 sevei-al
iiniuuiorig none but Co'.enuiii's is genu-
Dr. Coleman refers bv permission to the
.following well known frentlemen in San Fran
cisco, who can vouch "for lis efficacy, from
personal experience and knowlcde.
;. Ji. Anhur. of J. I). Arthur ft Son. Agri
cultural Warehouse, cor. ol California and
E. (J. Matthews, Grain Merchant, 207 Davis
Col. Wm. Wolt-, Ko. ."3 Market street,
formerly Passenger Ajtent for tbe Cal. Steam
Wm. II. Pa'terson. Atty. at Law.
For sale by BELT A JOHNS, DKCGGISTS,
CHAS. LlXGLEY A CO.
iV;ueral A teuts.
Cor. Clay and fatterr S.reeus Sa Frauciaoo.
OPPOSITION TO PORTLAND!
To be sold within llieiK-vl tlxty ilaysut five
)H.r cent. ailvan.a; on
lCa .stern lrie?H-
Dress ( Utvds worth l'roin 25 ct. to $1 00 per
yard, will be sold t'rora Uii ct. to 50 etc. ter
Kid Gloves $1 00, worth $1 50.
ISalmoral Shoes II 75, worth 2 50, aad
other article J la proportion. Tbe Goods
By order of the partner, i
OW I. XEW YOKK.
io to the Overland Store,
Where yon wil! get tiie most g-joda for the
rnNh pnltl for Kutl-er and KffX.
Commercliil ft., Salem.
(Successor to Czalovage Jt Wright,)
Lime and Salt,
Z.2F A sent fir Ini'rlal Fn-Ia-nniiK-eCo.,
l.'llllMEIH'IAL STKtET, S.VI.fcM.
HA VI'; eooIMat'l with our own tin
v.Kjk t'tirnit-riy oun t Iy J. It. A: 1.
1 1 1 KX II. wc a iv now pr. ;a rel tt t'unii.-b our
i-ti-uniiT with n- large an iiwxirtimiit 1
t.riicr.il Mor.-hjiii'lt- a can he fount I in the
ii . tir stuck i'iot.is c-n.4-l"tii, in wirt, ol
Hardware and Groceries.
A Wo. I S.'lcctt-il vk of J
Men & Bo"s' Ready Made Clothing i
constantly onhanL J
Calicoes, Miisliii'i, Dt-Lains.j
and tvtrvrh!nc n-na'-y f,nn'I in a lirsl-
r i.'ist'Ov,-si;i be fiiiid
iihhi iwir slicivu-i. J
Boots eft? Sliocs,
ofall nric'.ief. toJ.e with j
n rr , ' I
Anil a Largo It of Waolen (Jowds.
We 1'ivile Uie Lmliesof the city and Tlclaity
to cull in and examiue otir stv.k.
'.,: No trouble to Show CootJs.
WE AIM TO PI.KASK.aml will ell gotii
at reduced rales to close out our innneus
t--lall iaand seen? lioforc piirchaslay
Uemi mlier the place.
Hermann & Hirsch,
Commercial Street, Salem, Orcpm.
Great Attraction 1
Fresh arrival of Seawr.altle Good at
We are now opening and fally rpiTlvinp
m-w (inods for the Kail and Whiter Trade,
a:d invlie esHs-lal auenilontoonrnew Iiresa
l.ooils ol I Ik- latest Cishtonsandstvie snchaa
lllm-k null 'olorol Silks,
Japnnon Kilbti In nil Colors,
'l amlse and HnmbHslne lotha.
MIk Chnin Cloth,
Mack and colored .Miiaca. Ki)rnreilandStrlp
ed Orientals, Heps, Empress, etc
Also a full line of
FIXE ALL SILK VELVETS.
VELVETEENS IS ALL CHLORS,
ASTAKCHAX A XI) SEAL CLOTH with
suitable Tiimmiiigs to malcli.
We also invite attention to our well known
ANCELE'S KID CLOVES,
of which we have n velvet an entirely "new
lot of all colors, shades and al the tamo o.d ;
Joseph Kid Gloves at one doliarper Pair.
A line and se'ected stock ofGentsaml Hoys
Clothing, especiallv made to order lor our
trade. nd have a larger stock this fell than
ever is'i'ore. j
Also the well known ' i
;enls fiirnishiiig gooils of nil ileseriilions.
,ha.':s .a jst 13 caps.
As usual a large selected stock of
TIIKKl-: I'l.Y t'ARPEIK,
ijodt ma m:i.s CARI'CT.
Tapestry. OiU-lo h 1-1, 5-1, B-4, H-4. Hemp
Koi e a:ni Chains. Ma'tlng. Hugs,
on i Window Cimalns, eic
And everything penaiiiing to HOUSE FUR
Breyman Ilros. Itelng; still agents fin- the O.
C. M'I'g. Co. offer at Wholesale and retail a
new lot of
Having bonWht onr stock for cash In San
Francisco ami Sevf Turk, we are enabled to
sell our goods at extreme low prices and peo
ple visiting Salem during tbe coming Fair will
do well bv calling al
sep 1.5: !f
W. W. MARTIN.
COMXEBCIAL STRKET, S.VLF.3C ORKOON,
M'alchen, Clock, Jewelry,
SOLID SILVER AND PLATFD WARE.
Watchoft and Jewelry Repaired.
JEWELRY MADE TO ORDER.
HT A gnnrt a'tortmnt of GOLD ami
S1L VEH WA TCJIES constantly n hand.
All Goods and Work Wabraxtkd.
A HOUSE AND LOT on Winter
street (Vietv Hill) is offered for sale
cheap for cn. Inquire at the Statesman
ANDERSON & RHAWL
Are prepared to do all ttoik in tbe line of
WATER AND STEAM FITTINGS.
PIPE ami FIXTURES constantly on haurt,
and work done at tfhorl notice.
Si kin, Oct. 4. 1371. u 1
SALEM DRAY & HACK CO.
Forwarder :nl Slicp;cr',
CIH DRAYMEN &HA:XFJIEN,
All frcUhtinir within the ctiy done at hr
notice aul on reaHinuhle terras.
Carrfures cimtantly in ai tev'ance 'to cm
vev passe Hirers tocarsorbaUor oucliyiiiivo
Seiir 12. 1X70. dtf
mj. IT. STAKJEIt,
CAPITAL BOOT &SK0E STORE
T KEEP constantly on hand a pood a.-worl
mint of California and Eastern lioou anil
Special at ton. Ion pai d to the manufacture
CUSTOM MADE BOOTS 4. SHOES
tf evorv stvle. PcukciI, Sewed and also
Celebralel Screw Bottom,
Made to order. Work and fits guaranteed
Koncjmt tbe best French brands used
Will ew everything seeded in a family, from
the heaviest to the lightest fabric
IT IHKS MORE WORK,
MORE KlXm OF WORK,
AI HETTEB W ORK,
Thou any other machine.
If there is a Florence Sewing Ma
chine within one thousand miles of
San Francisco not working well and
giving entire satisfaction, if I am in
formed of it, it will be attended to
without expense of any kind to the
SAMUEL HILL, Agent,
19 New Montgomery Street,
Crand Hotel Building, San Francisco.
dmd for Circulars and tamplct of
the work. Active Agent scanted if.
Feb. 1 ddvlv
Or DR. LE RICHATTS
W COLDEN BALSAM!
lk Af-r t n v'-ars' 1rl en tliin CoaM has
rnve n ifs 'tf th ri:y nrr-.l:v" in Ac-nr.in-lcfe
;f Jiv.Tisci r .:iuuuced hj tnviiicMl i met: t lon
ers as iacural)ie.
Dr.LsBiubza'i GOLDES EALSAUKo.i
CKr"8Chuncr"Sf.rstriii f"- ud h ;'8.Srnon
tiie Isor Unly; fi.t:-. lai, :'f ts. Now, kt .
C p; r-'f.'!'r il in t.'h'B, FrTl,Jjt:c C'tcrrh.
IDisoas 4 S.vilp, ti l r'l prmi-ry li-rms 1 1 11;?
diftoase kn -v;i n- lSj ilii8. line, to i.r lx.t
tie, or twa fur $J.
Dr.LsBu&ia's C3LCES BALSIHEa.2
cari T-Ttizry, Mffrcnrial, Ryjihilitic Rheuma
tism, rurtis in t!ie liom it, Tr. kot the Nit k. Lit
ccratfj Hire Threat, Hrfhihtic Ilcfh, Luiupt
end Cutra-t"d CrJfl, h1ilfnc-B of the Limb,
and raiii'"'at-s all di scants fmm the f vKtcm,
"whPthT railed by in!i arret im or rt-npe of
mer-'urr lravin(p the bl(xxl pure aud Letl.hy.
3rice9 $5 per bottle, or two iut S3.
Dr. Le Man's GOLDEN SPANISH AN-
tMote, far the Cure ol Gonnorhoem, Gleet. Irri
tation, Grmvel, and ell I r nr)- r Genital
disarrangements. Price, $150 per bottle.
Dr. Le Eichn's GOLDEN SPANISH IN-
c;'tion, a wash and injection fr rVrnr nf
of (ronnorhoBa, Inflammatory Gleet, Btrirttires,
and all diftfases of the Kidneys and l: ladder.
Trioo, $1.50 per bottle.
Also Agents for DR. XX RICHATTS G0I BE5
PILLS fr Sr-minal "UVokneF. Kii ht f niis-fri'ins-.
Imrotonry, and ell diBtates eribinc fnm
MisturlaUou aad -x pet-si ve abufw-a. rirf, f 3
p"r bottle. The rTfn' Gojjen Baiaau in
lut up only iu round bottlf s.
On rt--ipt tj r:cet thiw ni'dirfnr -will
b vnt t-i all p-Tts of the country, by -xr-r ks
r mail, s-nri'y packed and free from obscx
vafiiu. fcole Apruts,
c. r. tjcharps ro. mar
VIt lcKa aud Retail lrutfist8 aud m
ClK iaists. s W. nr. Clny it SftURome jym
Hutx tB, San J- ranciseo, Cal.
II. 30- BOON,
MH01.tALK AD KETAIL DEALER IN
All Kinds of Musical Supplies.
AiiENT FOR THE
2$TTi;i) KTT OHOA?f.
IN TIIHIIE 3IO'T'II
Agent can make the aliove amount bv
selling the Greatest Book of the
Struggle of '72.
The issues and Candl lates of the present
rKlttl--al caniaitti, History and l'a-forms,
ievlew of (iianl's Adininlstralion. The l(e,
nrd ol Horace lireeley. by Everett Clianilicr
lin. f.irmerly of i he' Cbica.ro Tribune. The
llnstrations'are drawn expressly lor the
work bv Stephens. Entirely original. The
Unest. both humorous and giave. it yon want
tn make money send one dollar for outtU. and
secure territory at once. Terms, Sc. furnish
ed on application. Address,
A. h. BANCROFT A CO.,
Jnly27dw:tf San Franciit o, Cal.
Commercial St. Salem.
I have constantly on band
LEMON and JENNY LIN'D,
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes. &c.
WEDD1S0 AXD PRIVATE PARTIES
Supplied on Short Notice.
CRACKERS AT PORTLAND PRICES.
Z&'kW orders promptly filled anl ("Ml
delivered to all parts of the city Free of
Cbarea LEWIS BYRNE.
March 16, 187!:tf
J. X. PATTEKfcOH
JONES & PATTERSON,
REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,
Opera House ISIurk,
Aix, em tio.
Attentluu i Cal led to (be fol-Iitnfng-
DeitcrlptiuBa of Proix-rly
i Cfh " 3 miles at f ftilillmltv ;
I O" IdOa.-ie-" in ciiltlvatinn, Immiw awl
lrn. All umliT l'cn,' anil well alert"!
Hh line springs. 1-rUx HJM.
the Sl.-um rt'l. 1'kne liouxe and
8pieuUtl urcharil ; aUui.laiKx- t i-nutli I'ruit ;
n. li null lor Kurdi.-iiiii uiiilgiHidiitiibcr. I'tfuv
5 AND 10 ACRE Inta within one mile of
tlit-v'ourt buiiM! ; rMi soil; price ft-Otv
(P f aored, 2j miles oast t Gervais, 40
Am m.'-m! aores jiraiiie, all fenowl, lwiacreu
lini-iiniiitr. (jchmI running waicr lor atovk;
price, flu per acre.
fifk acres on Kliijr'3 l'rairie, iu Linn
9 J Co., 1)1) acre" in cnltlaiinn. grxxl
or.-hanl. house ami inirn. and plac well Im-
iiroveil, ail leuced uiul well wutereii ; price
1,U0U, a bargain.
acres on King's 1'ratrle, Que house anil
liiu'u ana guva improve menu; price.
O 1 Aacre, 9 mile ea-l of Svio, Lina Co..
iVf Ct acn? i:ictil;l aiuMi. limiami bam.
.'iu.ui i;ivliart, welt Ti;i'i-i'eit; price, per
Tacres" lin e-i-.i-t of falrm, fplcndul
O 1 4 liiiisi ami :.. kihiiI orchani, abun
iaa. c ol mai I'rni . .'i sprVnf ni tiie himse
an I I'H'iiiy ol iC...-k wn cr.-HO acres fHMlplow
i:i:nl. ."; acres ol line nr.niliv incadow ; price,
is'iO. A raie uai.n...
II O acres 7 niiic--', east itf Salem. 2j0 a:re
-liO opeu land, 140 acres in cultivation, 2
orcluiriU, plenty ol" sioaii trui. ;gHxl spring;
water for slock"; price, s,00t).
O ACRKS 2J miles vnnh of Sbcii
xtjjri lan, Vaniliiil :omuyr a choice
larin, n.-usoil, imiler pvil icn,.-: i.Uacl'e4
In cultivation ; hoiie and larn and small or
chard ; all prairie except enough of tuuoerior
wol ; offered very cheap and on ea.y lerms.
f Ar-UESone-lmH ime sontli of K. K.
93 im: depot ni fIem; well suited lor gar
de, nog; price t0 r acre.
-J f fk ACRKS four miles nrlh of Salem :
IU W small Improvements; land well
to atedand seme line timber; price ilD per
fp f ACRES in 1'olk county; 4 miles n
Am mr w: w of a'em ; U acres' in cultiva
tion; (tood stwk vtaieraud range; pi ice fli
ACHKS In l'olk county, 11 miles w
acres iu cultivation ; price Si.ouo.
"1 "I ACRKS 7 mi!esoulhof Salem; all
C3--F under fence; rihuI bam and hotiso
consi(t;rah e linproveinent ; piice 11 per
ft-re. In quantities to suit purchasers.
O -ACKES l.j miles north eat of Sa
Av Jr lem. on Ahi (n creek: 75 acres
in cultivation; pod rai;ge, well watered ;
price 11 per acre.
AClthS oflan Umlles nnrtheafnf
m.99 siiyenon, wiih san-iuiil on prem
ises; price il2uu very cheap.
. 4 ACHKS i mi'es norihvest of Salem;
iia'Jb l'o acres iu culiiva-'iou ; pood
raujfe. uell watuieil aud piHl orcbai'd; price
ACRL 12 mil es east
of SaVm ;
VjieFVr small lmprovemems
frt1ACRrai nilles northeast of Si 1
3 Am9 verton: valuable farm ; well im
proved : pood new house and iiarn ; too acres
In cultivation ; price liooo; terms ea.-v.
ai ki nan mile west risair-m; near
ferry landluc; well imnrovetl
t-'iO per aere,
"j ff ACKES eight miles south of Salem.
IU" on the stane roa I. 40 acres under
ctiliivatkm : nearly all unler fence; ordinary
house and barn ; good young orchard ; price
Offc ACKES one mile soirlb-we4 of Ra
O. lem, in lolk county. All under
fence; 20 acres in cultivation; small house
and tarn ; jfnod young orchard ;' verv desira
ble location for gardening purposes ; price
IOTS 1 and 2, Block 5. Jones' al.litim to
A Nilein. Miwll bouse; price, $1,iai.
QmT'm' Hl4 of Block No. 13. s.
t AlUll W. corner Jones' addi
tion io Sjilrm, with house and improvement a ;
J OT 4. ltlock 2, city of Salem, fine house.
HA well finished, near the C V. Church;
HOl'SE and halfUnck In Jones addlt Ion ;
H story house well flnlshedand grouiuU
weo iinproveo ; piK-e y-joo.
W OTS 8 and 9. block 4. Heeds addition, va
M A cant autl fine livatlon ; price $4j0. y
HOCSEand 1) lots m Robert addition;
belonging to M. R. Moore; price JliOu.
EIIE E of I S. Uvar, on Capital
n'S .I and 0, bloi-k 23. on Church street
vacant; price K).
BKICK.store, north end Starkoy block
lire-pinof ; H risims on second floor
giK.d brick warehouse; prlct (4T00.
mP LOTS in ltianv. hear the court house
Am pnee 7uu; imjuire of Thomas Momeitii.
nOCSE and lot nn 'Front street, near bus
iness jsirt of the cllj ; now occupied hy
Mi. J. I- &arkey; price f2lo0.
nOVSEan.1 lot, Swith Salem : near resi
dence of II. oweus; house uuhuisheil;
The Rentlnar "1 Irnttna; of nit
kinds ol pic.ieny, Coilivllou of claims.
Conveyancing, Sc., will ixv-i-ive promi at
tention. iy For furl her Information address,
JONES A PATTERS IX,
' 13.1 Front Kt., I'ortlnnrt.
Com mi ssion Merchant.
Umson produce sold to best advantage u,
l'onlainl or San KraiK'W-o. Hea'.er in
CALIFORNIA & OREGON
Jan. '. S71
LET ALL TKE WORLD REJOICE!
IT IS A SUCCESS!
THE WHEAT V I LM ISrWIXU M i
dline Company, of Clcvelaml, Ohio, has
gamed the victory hy making Iho only First
Class rrewing M.u hiue sold for less tha'n sixtv
dollars. They will do all kinds of work on
any kind of goods.
For particular!! address
niMIR A: rF.ARM,
73 First Street, Tortlaiid, Orefcon.
For Sale at J. A. RIPPEB TON'S Store,
Commercial street, Salem.
Sept. 22, leTi
ST. HELEN'S HALL.
A Boarding and Day School for
rTIIE NEXT TERM WIL.LBEOIX ON TIIE
-&tli ot September.
Eariv apnlh-atlon for Boanleni should be
made "to MISS ROJJXiSY, or to BISHOP
rjtHE undersigned, who formerly workul
In the city of Salem, has returned and re
opened a shop near tbe
lie will do Srstv'asa work and at rensooalito
ra'es. Jy2twtij MARK HAYDEN.
OEO. U. J JSKS.