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Republican Nominations 72
U. S. GRANT.
For Vice rrtUnt,
A. B. Mr-wbaui, of Cmaiilla County.
W. D. Hare, of Washington County.
Jae. F. Vaikh t Douglas County.
GEV. CHANT'S PRINCIPLES:
44 1 would ram up Ihe i.licy of the Admin
istration to Is.- a ilu-rough enforcement ol
every law; -a iaillilt'l collection ol the tax
iirovided .; twonuily In the dUouwcinei
U ihexaiK,JtiKl a proinj payment or the
slilil-U Uienailm; a rulucuou of taxes lis
n.... ti.H n..nin nii'itta of tile eolintrv
svill admit: retlucUou of taxation aud tariff
to be so artangedas to afford l be greatest r.-
liel to the great! iiiiinuer; uoiajw.
ri...ii,.-smiitill oilier people, to the end
thai r VM.halliu lilighnng conset-neiiccs
niav Ije mt.leO, without Mirreinlerln? any
right or obligation due to Ihe I' tilled Sales;
at refoian-u Die treatment of the Indians, ami
the uiioie-on.il serUce of the laiumiy; and
Unally, lu aocuiiigr a ure untrammelled
lui.l.ii u-tw..vrrv twin entitled to ca-t a
vote cuv de so jast once at each election,
-wuhoiit 'iar- J-i"l"lon or profwrlitiii on
ttccuunl ul aMiokUiui lalih, na.ivlty or color."
- fc. i . . . s. T
Hie Staaiard in the Van!
ATI ntlKsrCbun to Music Books, of whatever
degwte .! Ieii;e. are re-vllully Invlieil
ofaU in ttteiear ut
THE STANDARD ! !
tier N-wr CoLLI-xtion OF Ml'MC FuH
L'HolKt. Co.. VK.NT1.S ami stsoiMa
NDi.tLs. It catutot ite excelled in quality.
jiuiltnlenie? o luaa ta circulation.
Son f the Merltn.-Short Theory.
.hiinum HiieitaV. sacrel and Secular.
31ra.tti.-j;. iikceituut set of Metrical Tunes
in UirtHS cbnr pnmt ana ti crtjutft .- -n
Rroat ailvaiitare. t'nwunlly gHl cnlle.-tiiin
ul AMlK-ms, rl nr,. c. Hie comii-ft
Mwix. L . 1UMN', of BoKton. anil II
J!. CALMKIi. nfc-aao, are ierliaiw the
mist kil'l 111 k-ii W Uiein time lit ifliiiiiliift
music to ibe vanls t" the stncing'' pub ic.
J'.-irr, I-V. funrJnen cH4e sent lur the
APerfi-et nww! The Printer run
not Ur!ft pnre with tlirilcuiaudl
JMtMUl A '."
GEMS OF STRAUSS!
Uf JOII V STRAI SS!
It it a larar Imm To imcc, full rhrel
cnnni.- sle. ilteil uiih Uie bei tratti .
olr. U'attzes. WiilWa. Unadrilles Ac lo-
.-lmUn(t thoe erfirinel In this wHintry, un-
clerutt: uine.:aoii oc me greai cuuipuwr.
A twin ft 10.OO wirth of muid are Inclmlwl
in tke t lem" which are, however, Hold fur
the (Uniintiuve price uff
S3. in Boar U. (13 00 in Cloth. Sent,
H9 -pal'l, lir tin- retail price.
OUVtH I1TM)N CO., Itostou.
C if. 1ITJS & CO, New Vork.
-WW ILL IK HECEIVET) AT TK OK-
lice of Ihe SuperliHemleiit of Indian
Allot s, Ni'mii, Oiftr11"- Ul"" " -41n J"?
. I.J--. to fiirnb-li the following tie
scniM-d an tries, DH.rer leas:
H(K) wir binketH, weighing not less llian
JJ H s.
i,il r aril-all wool flannel, weighing 5 ox.
tweeil. weighing 8 oz.
4Vi " Merrimac rinti(.
7tK) " - keutucly Jeans, A 1.
)in linen cout.
yv lt all wml stacking yarn.
LN vards lwavy bleached Reeling,
iw " brown " Cabot A.
; lt linen thread.
500 Oanuel shin, full size, Oregon or Cali
It.) ayixtried needles.
24 doz. haui.
li piiirs nien'- liroganx, full stock.
1U women's " "
-V) " votittra "
HO II e rice.
200 Rs tea.
l.tflO II s F. Iteflned sn-nr.
4 dozen pair si-i.-i-ors.
i camp kettles.
5 " fry .an.
"2 pair lumps.
4 " llridle btlts.
1.000 U leatlier.
10 gallons boiied oil.
i'iO 11 h while leivl.
Jo gallons maclii ne oil.
,." l s lead.
10 doz. a xe ivindles.
iotwe handled shovels.
!" piu n lurk.
" tcyihes oiiil snaths.
$ " hi'Vce ra-ps.
1 gun livkf,.
3 " tnlx's.
i " sett double triggers,
ioo carriage bolts,
100 " " 4J.
uo ' "
ino " 2lx.
o0 " " 4xj--DO
" " ljxj.
1 siee! anvil. 17.i C s.
:,) u s bontx.
I sett bench planes.
S hand taws, 2H Inches.
1 " 20
3 nail hammer.
4 draw knives.
jdoz. loose joint butts, 2Jx3.
2 dM,r lix-ks.
1 - " latches.
4 kegs horse shoes, axsorted.
1 mtile " "
1(10 n 7 and S horse shoe nails.
a bars lire Iron, ljxj.
f gross No. 10 i Inch screws.
7 " 24 "
10 " 1J
1 " i
1 dozen tron wetlges.
300 u s tqtiarc iron.
Ln) l) i
Mt U i " "
w.K ti e round "
500 Us ".
fitt) U s i
i0Zl " "
2oO U. njiil rod "
llHI lis band " 2xJ.
ino iiw - " Ixl-lfi.
l.iiio u s " slioc sliape," assorted.
2o0 U s pig iron.
30 kegs nai Is, assorted (.Izes.
1 diizen. No. 14, bastard iilfs. half round.
1 " 12
2 - " 11 " flat.
2 " " 12 wood rasps, half round.
1 " " 12 44 coarse.
000 feet Eastern oak lumlier.2 inches thtck.
i0 - 2i 44
It . U M
5 setts hubs, 81x11.
sMikes,2, Eastern tank.
ft 44 lieitt felines, 2x21.
2 44 44 44 2x2J.
.3 44 axles 2 In. ilia.
3 ' 44 IJxltl.
2V) feet hU-kory lumber, 21 in. thick.
2o0 lj 44
Kidder may projmse lo furnish (he whole
or any tart of I lie article nameiL Tlie rty
whose bid is accepted will be required to en
ter Into a comiaci and execute a boiHL wi.li
two -utficM'til sureties, IV the faithful per
fovman.e of sikrh contract.
1'iices lo be statett in legal tender notes.
tioad to lie packed and shipped lo onler
vi. Inn ten days after the contract isawardeil.
Milder nius fiimlso samples of flannels,
liloiikeLS. tweed, jeans, sixes and shirts.
i'aaieut will liemiuieiu currency orcbe.k
-m tlie Assistant 1 reasnrer of the I nlutl
Slate. n Francisco. One half to Iw uaid
upon ilellverv of articles and the rem al inter
when i lie account isapaxred by tlie Cmnnils-
etoner ol imuan Aoairx.
Tlu: right to reject anr bid is reserved.
T. II. OUEXEAL,
Supt. Indian Affairs Oregon.
Pal, Oregon, Oct. , Is72.UUb2w.
TO SHEEPFARMERS I
Imported Leicester Bucks
rMI rsnERSIC.EEP WILL OFKER
M for sale at the State Fair 30 I'nrr llred
Leicester Ilucks, iraHrteil from New Zea
land ami bred bv the New Zealand and Aus
tralian Land Co, and the direct progeny of
ancen raiporteii nr tne aonve cinunv irom
thecelebr led flocks of Lord 1'o niarlh, Scot
land. For further atrticulars apply In
Amity, VaialiillCo., Ogn.
OREGON WOODEN WARE
Backets, PailM, Tub", Firkins
ALL KINDS WOODEN WARE.
. THE ComnanT ai mnanl to All all Or
ders for Ash ami' Cedar Palis, Ash Kits, But
ter r i runs, mash UiartU and iirooia nan
tlse Address all communications to
J. D. BIUr3, Aeit,
. Ang.t . : Portland, Oregon.
A HOUSE AND LOT on Winter
street (Piety Hill) is offered for sale
clK-up tor casn inquire at the Statkhmaj)
MAItKIALLV Al.ll l'll IOK THE
Tlie bill for the Ic-a-M? of the ltxks tintl
cmaL occupied the attention ot tlie
House! for l lie greater part of the day.
yesterday. A determined and appar
ently well organized oppo-ition was
nimletoit by its opponents and tlie
effort was successful so tar a to pro
cure a number of salutary amendments.
Tlie friend of the bill conceded, an
iinieiidment to secure to the iState the
right to tlie water power immediately
:uid a lerfect title, uioii llnal ay-
ment, to tlie work and hinds necessa
rily connected with them. After the
failure of an ameuduieiit to reilutv the
amotnit of rent toi.'i.tHXl, sml another
to reduce it to $;?.000 jwr year, an
amendment was finally adopted to fix
the reitt at $40,000 per annum and to
strike out the provisions relating to :i
rebate of ten per cent ot the rent, for
the school fund, feveral other amend
ments to secure the present and pnw
pective rights of the tate. w ere agreed
to, some of them by pretty near unan
imous consent-; - otliers being secured
only after persistent etlort and earuest
debate. An ameiidinent prDvitlinj;
for the subiulshm of tlie ((uestimt of
lease,"' or "no lease," to the people
at tlie .November election, was voted
down Finally, at the very clowe of
tlie afternoon, the further considera
tion of the bill was postponed till ihU
Under the possible contingency that
the bill may be passed, we look upon
the amendments adopted yesterday as
liaying materially bettered it iij hih
meroiH respects. The reduction of the
rental by $ 10,000 per year ; the pro
vision requiring the company to keep
the works in repair; and the securing
of the water power to the use of tlie
State, subtract from the outlay by the
State and add to tlie value of the worts
by very considerable sums so consid
erable, indeed, as to make it quite a
different proposition from what it was
yesterday morning a prox)sititu
uhicli, it is mow said, the company
will not accept. If so, all the better.
The taxpayers will be saved the drain
Umii their pockets which tlie bill
would entail ; and meantime, during
the next two years, the works will be
tested, and the people will have time;
to think about how much they are
willing to pay for them.
We look upon the results 'of yester
day's work in the IIou- as practically
a smashing of the original slate. It is
evident that Ihe bill cannot lie passeil
in tlie sliape proKsed by the company.
Tlie 'icmbers of the House are with
the people on the one point that tire
price at first asked is enormously too
large. Something of tlie intetise feel
ing of opposition to tlie scheme per
vading all classes of the people in all
parts of the State seems to have perco
lated through tbc immense and dense
lobby till It- lias readied and affected
Ihe members. Let the opponents of
tlie scheme take heart. Thev did a
staving good day's work yesterday ;
we trust they will renew the battle
tins morning aud push it vigorously
all along the line to final and complete
. An exchange discussing the wheat
question, suggests that California and
Oregon should together establish an
agency at LiVerjiool, with instructions
to keep tlieni tlmroughly posted on the
fluctuations of that market, the state of
crops hi Europe, the demand for the
coming mouths, the means of supply
ing them, the quantity and value ot
cereal imports aud export-, and all
other matters of interest to the grain
grower on the Pacific Coast. The sug
gestion isa good one. Such an agency
could aNo make contracts for the de
livery of Pacific coast wheat ami flour
and thus greatly promote the interests
of the agricultural community. It
might be worth while for the Leg
islatures of the two States to take the
matter into consideration and see if it
would not ay to give some State aid
to such an enterprise. It would ulti
mately lead to direct shipments both
ways between San Francisco and Liv
erpool, and Portland and Liverpool.
It would thus secure for us, the highest
price for our surplus grain, and enable
us to buy, at least, all foreign goods.
at the lowest ossible cost. An im
portant thing for Oregon is that she
may lie able, at the larlict possible
day, toeiit Toose from the tribute she
is now obliged to pay to San Francis
co, llie agencv su'rrested would cot
Imt a trifle compared with the snl-
Untial benefits which it would confer
upon our State.
The Indiaxa State election proves.
iu the general result, that the State
was Republican on the 8th day of Oc
tober. That Hendricks was elected
Governor, does not disprove tlie prop
osition. His election was an execu
tion to the general result, on the State
ticket, The State Supcrinteridaiif. was
notlier exception. The Republican
State ticket with those Two exceptions
was elected by majorities so nearly
uniform as to show that they represent
the strength ot tue party as compared
with the Democratic strength. In ad
dition to this the Republican candid
ates for Congressmen at large were
llso elected ; and a considerable ma
jority in each house of the Legislative
Assembly, is also Republican. Hen
dricks ran aliead of the average vote
of his State ticket while Brown ran
correspondingly behind the average of
his. The average Is the best measure
of strength, and judging by that stan
dard tlie State is safely Republi
can now, aud likely to be more dt-
cidedly so next mouth.
We Observe tliat some of the Ore
gon Democratic uewspapers are crow
ing over tlie election of Hendricks iu
Indiana as a "great Democratic vic
tory," Democratic gain," "a re
demption of the State trom Radical
rule, " etc. These- crowing cluips seem
to lorget that Indiana, at the State
election of 1870, was Democratic by
majorities ranging from 2,553 to 3,100
on the entire State ticket and that the
Legislature was Democratic in both
lwoses. If the election of Hendricks
by the Democrats, aud the balance of
the State ticket, and a majority of the
Legislature by the Republicans, con
stitutes a "Democratic gain" or a "re
demption of the State from Radical
rule," we are curious to kuow how
long it will be before the Democrats
will have fast and firm possession ot
the whole Stat 3 again.
THE 1 1 U ItOA f Kl lixixs.
Committees of both bouses have re-;
orted failure of the "Astoria"' tug
boat contractors to comply with the
law. in the matter of towing service at
the bar of the Columbia river. I'nder
this showing a bill has p,-is-ied the
House and is jiending in the Senate,
requiring the contractors to comply
with the law and their contract, and
providing penalties for failure or neg
lect. Now come the contractors with
a memorial asking to be relieved iroin
tlieir contract with the State.- The con
tract is for a term of five years tit 12.
0)10 tlie first year ; $15,000 for the second
and so on, averaging $ti,000 per year
for the full term. We understand
that the contractors have already
been paid $13,000 the full sul
sidy tor the first two years.
If the contractors arc now released,
tlie Slate will be loser by a consider
able amount, having already paid
$1S,000 for two years, while the eon
tract provides for three mora years of
service for "fl2.0O0. The State ought
not to allow itselt to lie thus trilled
with. The contractors having already
got the big end ot the subsidy should
Ih4 couielled to perform the big end
of the service for which they contracted.
IJeside this, tlie release of the contract
will leave the bar without a sufficient
tug-boat, anil would ultimate in se
rious damage to our commerce.
DEEDS BETTER I IIA.V WORDS.
The administration of President
(itnnt responds to the loo-e and false
charges of corruption and extra vagance
which the desperate coaiitioni-ts are
constantly making, by substantial
deeds. During the past moiilh the ! i
national debt has been decreased over : two j0 lt. ag:ii..st the bill ; while the
ten millions. Like faithful servant of D,:iuix-rats are eight to one for it. with
the people, those who tire iu charge of j O;mol absent, who, it is said, favors
the Government collect the revenue tle
and apply it to its legitimate use. j 'rj.re were those on twth sides who
Such arguments are appreciated by all j s:x,t during the discussion, that the
citizens. They are worth infinitely j i,ju Was not a pat ty measure. With
more than tlie empty words of the j those speakers we do not agree. The
querulous Opposition. F.ver since ; newspapers and our stmiii-siaki rs
General Grant took his place at the and candidates, without an exception
helm ot state the public debt lias rap- so Jar as we know, took decided
idly di'creased and the burden of laxa- ground against the whole swindling
t'.on has diminished. lie indulges in locks job. past, present and future,
no theories but practically carries out j We believe that very few of the Ke
tlic wishes of the people. Gifted with j publican members in this Legislature
rare extvutive ability lie silently makes eonid have lieen elected if they bad
a record that answers the misrepre- J not taken such ground, and had not
seiitations and malignant slander of! pledged themselves against tlie further
men who are interested in his over
throw. Tlie nation needs his services
four years more, anil the indications
become every day more clear that lie
will be retained by a grateful country
at his post.
We hear it s.tatcd that a member of
tne uotise, in tne neaieu tncussiou o, ,
yesterday afternoon on tin- Locks and !
i uanai oiu. oiiereu a graituiotts nisun;
to tlie entire press of the Slate. He i
reported as saying, iu substance, that
a IKtri oi lite new spapers ere e iiieut- :
iy tiought on one snle and the rest ot
them on the other. We cannot tell
ii)0!i what authority or showing the
member makes that sort of statement ;
we have seen no evidence that any
newspaper iut oic. ootig.u. on a,i :
sine. ii e iieimuiice me accusaiiou a
a flagrant and inexcusable insult to the
press of the State. We know that there
are niemliers of the Oregon press quite
as capable of forming correct judg
ments of right and wrong; quite as
high an appreciation of ho ior ; quite
as likely to act. in any matter, wit hour
a cousidcral io;i ; " and quite as likely
to speak their opinions without
dictation from 'w )i.(-r. a the aver
age tiiciiiber of the Legislature.
We are fre piently told by the fcr-
j vent Relorniers of Ihe I ienioeratic
, Party that Gen. Grant has pro-titilted
! the civil service to promote his own
j election, aided therein bv Congress.
);ie fact illustrating the falsity of this
charge is that within three years the
employes of the Internal Revenue De
partment have been reduced by Con
gress, with the co-ojH-nil ion of the
President, from i.277 in number to
2.--;!l. and a s(i!l further nt'iu tion to
l.l'ii l.a been provide! tor. ft
pioce by Dec. lt of this year. Ambi
tious men do not so use patronage.
South Carolina holds her State
election to-day. At he State election
iu 1870, Robt. K. Scott, Republican,
was elected Governor by a majority of
33. XU iu a total vote of KW.iifrs.
Grant's majority in lSGs was 17.01!".
This year the Republican ticket ha
no organized opposition, aud the State
election will furnish but small indica
tion of the reult in Xovenibcr. Tlie
State is conceded for Grant, however.
TlIE Vancouver Register having got
into financial st i-tit. was lately sold
to whomsoever would buy at the high-
; est figure. The concern was bought
j by a combination of Ih-uioerats and
I the sheet now flies the names of Gree-
ley and Brown at the head ot it edi
torial columns. But. as loots wa
wont to say. "it of no consequence.
Tlie Herald came up, the other day.
to Salem and returned home satisfied
that if the Democrats of Oregon would
only poll a full vote they could carry
the State into the boom of Liberalism.
,Iutso; the if Democratic could be
multiplied by two, the result would be
an overwhelming Liberal victory.
But, one of thee things isjut about
as possible as the other.
Tlie flickering candle of Greeleyism
has resolved to have one last, linger
ing flare, and then it will go out.
The National Liberal Committee has
issued an address appealing "piteously
to tlie Democracy to eat crow a little
livelier than tliey did in the State elec
tions. Tlie general appropriation bill was
introduced in Uie Senate yesterday.
Tlie items of appropriation will be
found in our account of Legislative
Joaquin Miller sailed for Eiirojie
Sept. 30th, doubtless for a second in
stallment of glory. Tne approaching
visit to the East, of his wife, may have
quickened his departure.
The recent Democratic demonstra
tion in San Fram-iseo was well-timed.
The managers were careful to have it
come off tlie day before tlie late elec
tions. One of the Greeley electors of Mis
souri, recently repudiated the concern,
and published a powerful letter show
ing the reasons why Greeley and
Brown should not be elected.
THE SWINDLE OXal -JIJ1A IXD.
House Bill Xo. 77, to provide for
the lease by the State of the Willam
ette Canal and Locks, was passed by
be House yesterday by tlie following
Yeas Messrs. Andrews (iK-tn.).
lilakrly (I).) Collier (U.;. Corwin (It.),
Cooper (It.). Crooks ;!.;, Clow (I).),
Coughs (I'., Citn-iii (!.. lloilgkiiis
'!.), La I low (1) Mason (D. Mi rtiti
(H.i, Onstein ii)., Powers (K.J, Kiley
K.), Shelton (I.). Stott (K.l, Sitn)soii
(K.). Thorubury (It.). Wright
West iKA Waldon Willonghby
U. .. ami Mallory 11. '25.
X ays Messrs. Allen, liiles, Barin.
Hudiey, Unrbank, Crawford, Caples.
Iiarst. Downing, L'ngle, (Jr.uit, (Jin
gles, Harrison. Hirsch. Johnson, Lan
geil. Matlivk. Pat ton. Kiddle, .Ste
phenson, Walker, Washburn, and
White. Ail the nays are Kepuli
lieans except (!i"int and Stephenson,
of Wa-co. and White, of Polk county.
It i said that the bill will receive
the solid vote of the Ileuiocracy mid
two Republicans in the Senate, so ihe
swindle, having passed the House, may
be said to have berti consummated.
The vote for and against the pa-sage is
mixed. For the bill. VI Krpiihica:isaud
Li Democrats. Against the bill. 20 Re
publicans and 3 Dein.icrats. Tim-, it
will be seen, that or tlie til Republi
can members, nearly two-thirds voted
against tlie swindle, while, of the lVni-
j ocrats over four-fifths voted for it. If
I the expectations of the jobU-rs are
j fultilN-d in the Senate, the bill will get
I all the Democrats and oniy two-
elevenths of Ihe RepublK-ins. In the
airgregate vote of tin
two houses, the
- 'eiiublictiu nieiiilH-rs are
consummation of the swindle, it was
generally clnrged by the Republicans
that the original appropriation was a.
steal, and that it was part and parcel
of the original swindling scheme to
sell the locks to the State. Ami after
it was found that the Republicans had
J elected a majority of tlie legislature.
there W(re Kelu.nil igr.itulations
Retaiblicans over tlie fact that
that part of the plundering job was
defeated. Our liel'iel. based Um very
i general consultation with Republicans
outue ,,f t
Legislature and lobby.
is that Republicans consider this bill,
in any shape, as part aud parcel of the
Whatever may be averred by mem
bers ot the legislature on cither side.
thL .j,,,;,,,, U ,lc iu which Hh-peo-
pie will not fail to take a lively inter
est. They will discuss the measure
and tlie men who supported it. Tliey
will say that somebody has got to
stand the responsibility of loading
them, in such unseemly haste, witli an
immense tax a tax not for their ben
efit, but for the benefit of sK'culators
in and plunderer of the treasury.
Aud whatever men may disclaim in
regard to party responsibility, one
thing is certain tlie Democracy will
charge the responsibility upon the Re
publican p'tr'y. They will say, just
as would Republicans under a reverse
state of things, that the party which
had a majority and did not prevent a
wrong, must be responsible fr it.
Ijow shall the party avoid it? We
kuow of but one way to appeal to
our platforms of last Spring,
the discissions iu tlie Republican press,
the speeches of our orators and candi
dates and their pledges, pu'olieatul pri-
' vate.as describing the position of the Re
publican '"rly. and to say that the men
who have done thi-ideed have prowl
recreant to the Repn'ii'n-an position ;
recreant to the Republican utterances
of the la-t two years ; recreant to tlieir
own pledges, express and implied,
when they were before the people as
candidates; recreant to the best inter
ests of their constituents and the whole
country ; and that they have la-t rayed
tlieir party into the hands of plunder
er and enemies. This is what the
masses of the Republican party will
say, aud we believe it will he the de
iilierate judgment .of nearly the entire
jieople of Oregon.
We do think that we know some
thing of the opi. nous of the Republi
cans, pretty generally iu this State, iu
r.'gard to this measure; aud we put
this prediction on record here : That
not a man of the tweive Republicans
who voted for the bill, or ot lite two
who may yet vote for it. will be sus
tained by tlieir party at home or else
where ; that their acts in the premises
will be almost unanimously repudiated
by the Republican party. They must
individually stand the rejoiisibility
for their individual acts. They did
not, in this, represent Republican
opinion or feeling, and the party must
not be held responsible for tlieir recre
ancy. Charles FranAis Adams, Jr., says
that iu common with a vast multitude
of others, he has had his admiration
and sympathy deeply excited by the
grand silence with which the Presi
dent lias undergone the vile torrent of
contradictory calumny which has so
persUtently been poured forth agaiusj
him. It is iu very strong contrast
with the conduct of Greeley who lias
been "swinging round tlie circle,"
gabbling like an arrant demagogue,
being all things to all men.
Four of the members of Marion comi
ty, faithful to their pledges of last
spring, voted against the Locks aud
Canal job, auk iu so doing carried out
the wishes of nineteen-twentieth of
the tax-payers ot the county. Rufus
Mallory voted for tlie bill. His vote
against the bill would have defeated it.
FIFTY-SIX THOUSAND DOL
LARS is what Marion county will be
taxed to carry into efll-ct tlie Canal,
Lock and Dam Swindle !
Passenger train on tlie Nortliern
Pacific railroad now run daily to with
in 17 miles ofOlympia.
Five miles of railroad remain to Le ctm
pletcd to reach Boseburg. Whin that
iiuiabed, construction will ceaae for tlie sen
sou. Tha Oregon Bteam Navigation Company
will hereafter run their boats three time a
week hetwten Dalle and Wallula.
Jolin Johnson, who was atwork on North
Ci river, was instantly killed alxiut tyo
wivks ago, by the caving iu of a ditch in
which lie was at work.
Itobflmrg has voted for incorporation, tlie
ipitiiu being carried by tweiity-tive nia
jnritv. The Citv Tnistets eleeti dare: C.
(.imlUiM. T. F. S-Sliericlan, Geo. Harm. S.
Ifamiiton. and W. I. Friedlander. Mu
lial, L. C. lloseuberg ; ltecorder, Andrew
Jones; Treasurer, E. Livuigston.
One hundred pertple attendwl the anti-watcr-aupplv
meeting at Portland, Monday
eviuiug. 'l'hiy ised a resolution reiuon--tratiug
against tlie bill now pending ill tin
Ltgislatiire authorizing the city to nm tract
SI ,000,000 indebkdtit-Ks for water works.
From D-til'j "f Thnrstfay k-'. 17.
The neoijle of Oswego are preparing to
oltLrale the evtntof the uptnhigut die
oanal connecting the Tualatin river with
The lark Jane A. Falkiuburg arrived at
Portlanii from Hoaolulu, Tuesday, with a
oaro of su;,'ar.
Dajiiel Cliaplin, who is in charge of tlie
survey for the 1. D. IS. L. lUiiicsul. re
jsrts liaving diseovtreil a pas in tlie iJiue
Aloiiutain 500 fut lower tnan that of tin
lluiinuit nurvvy. The grade Ls only Sil hit
to tue mile.
A com urn indent says : Canyon City is
beginning to brighten np. and times art get
ting livijier. as tlie miners from inirsnr
ruiuidiug mining camps are now coming in
uuli weii lillt tl purses, anil ure eniicuvuiing
to get tiair luouiy'a wortli."
Mr. Gilliert M tingtr, an eastern artist, has
just liuisijed an exU-iidcd tour through our
Statu aud Wasliiugtou Territory, whuiier he
came uuder eiigugi mints lo fiil si viral or
(Ji rs for Fasb i n OalJi.riis of Art, with Mime
of the views, for which our Ktate and that
Territory an- so justly noltd.
The following are the entries at the i-a
Orande Land (iilice for the quarter ending
Septeuiber 311. 1 87 : Hulnesti ails. IsJ;
numb', r of acres, U.O.1?. l'ai.d lnnuest ad
i iitrn. J ; nuinlsTof acres, l.Jffi. Ainuant
of land sold for cash. l.VM aens, ainnuiit-
i ing to.).'07 'J5. Amount of land sijld for
! scrip. 'XJ7o acres. Number of pre-emption
I entries. t"4 ; number of pre-i-mption 1 1:
! triis. '.'I; uumlier of acres. i:5.4M). Total
: iiumbir of ai'rissold and a-jcured to sijt tiers,
; -Jii. 051.
,l"rm Daily nf Fri''t; Chi. IS.
j Three vessels which sailtd ont the Ciiluin
1 bU river this week, can wd away cargoes ol
s wl nt of the istimatiil value of sit,0().
j Tlie lsanl of equalization having cliwd
i its iaLurs iiave foutul tlie iLiMi'ssi d value of
; j'pfpt-rty iu Union comity to lie uhout
i lJtoO.tViO. which Ls a gnat udvaucu over
las year's ilshi ssmi-ut.
j Csqit. Wet is about to make a re-survey
of tlie bar of the Columbia, opposite St.
Heiens. Tlie bar is to be dredged.
' TJie Govern mi lit snag -puller has tx-en
: cmp inyiil hrt- the last week in removing ob
i Ktrurtious to the eliainn 1 of the illaiuetle,
' opposite the luolllli of the Vanihiil river,
j OfKTations will, however, be susx iKled in a
' ft w days for tlie prtseut season.
Tin4 several w ing ilaum which, during the
jwst season, have been in course of cmi
strtKtion along the cliannilof the upper
Willtuuette, luive been completed.
Stwk men are crcatlv on the increase in
Grant entity, and that Ls now the heaviest
st's-k fxiftntr in tin State, or, if not at pres
ent. sie is JtstiiKxl to be. for tin y hare in
numerable uiUji square of the best grass
l.in.b. and wintirs so mild thai stink ket p
fat tilt.- rear nmud.
O RTOOX 4 III I.DKE V A I D MM JET Y .
Sixth Kienntnl Rppwrt ol ttit forcli.
ry ol tlie 4reKH OkilitreiTn All-ei--f,r
the jeitr euiliii); Oetoher
To tbc ladies and niemliers of tin4
Societv. simI through them to tin-
! inmiv friends of the orphan and houie-
i les children of Oregon: I
Through tlai kind care of our Heav
enly FatlKT. and the untiring devo
tion of tlie memliers and friend of the
i friendless aud orphan. I am pernnt-
j ted to submit Uh: Sixth Annual Re-.
! port of our society :
Tin4 past year na neen one oi iaoor.
of trial, ami of blessing. By contin
ued labor and watchful care, the de
mands of the "Home." and the wants
of llie homeles have lecii measurably
met and supplied. While we utter
no word of complaint, we realize in
the vacant seat of our departed sis
ters Htid co-workers, Mr. K. H. Wood
ward and Mrs. Tho. Cross, that the
year ha la-ell one of trial. Tlieir
earnet labors, and tlieir timely coun
sel are no longer our. Their column
i broken, and tlieir work unfinished.
On us devolve the double tak of as
suming tlieir la lair, and iierforming our
own. In the strength of Mini who is
otirliojK! in time of need, let u cheer
fully, and hopefully asmne the charge.
During tlie rjiist vear. 18 orphans or
' friendless wards, have lieen the recip
ients of our own care, and of the bless
ings ot our "Home" which has fully
taxed all the mean at our command.
With extended means at our com
mand, the door-way of usefulness
i widens. Ami while private charity
has lieen largely taxed, the Society de
mands it but an act of justice ami wis
dom, that tlie State should lend aid iu
our common work.
To thi end. Hie present Legislature
has lieen invoked fur help and aid. The
result is not yet known, but it is
hoped that our ietition will Ih- heard,
and our moderate request granlcd.
If no assistance is afforded by the"
State, the prox-ct of keeping open the
doors of the Home and ot meeting its
demands the ensuing year, are dark
anil discouraging. Deeiiiling upon
assistance by the present Legislature,
and the co-oieration of the benevolent
throughout tin- Stale, the "i-rviiv of
Mr. Converse as matron of the Home,
have been secured. To all who have
kindly extended a helping hand, and
assj-ted us in tlie hour of i.eed. we pre
sent our grateful thank.
The receipts aud disbursements for
the. present year, are as follows.
Amount ree-eired s-W 1
4 disbursed S-i 'O in
Hal. on cash hand 3o.
MRS. S.G. ADAMS, Sec.
Salem. Oct. 15th, 1872. .
Tbe I'lMOld DpsMoernt of fallfoania
I tut an Lire torn I Tleket la tbe
San Francisco, Oct. 14. The
Straightout licmocrats met this after
noon and appointed a committee of
five to prepare an address and select
candidates for Electors.
The Straighout Democrats finished
np their business aud have adjourned
sine die. They adopted an adtlres to
tlie Democracy of the State, giving tlie
reasons for tlieir action which do not
j differ materially from those given in
the Louisville address.
The following persons were chosen
n candidates tor Electors : J. Mora
5Ios, Jackson Temple. Z. Montgome
ry, William J. Graves, William H.
Patton and A. J. King. Alternates,
G. XV. Hunter, Ed. F. McCarthy.
Daniel, Taylor, A. P. Bernard, E. N.
Foote. and EJward Beau. The SUtte
Ontral Committee consists of John
Nugent. Charles F. Botts, Charles
Golden, W. D. Sawyer, -L S. Reardou,
-L C. Dohb. P. Jones, Hiram O'Nell,
E. A. Rockwell. J. P. Valine., E. L.
Gold. Geo. S. Ellekel. J. M. Johnson.
William T. O'Neale. Jacob Snyder,
Dr. S. M. Mouer. Dr. Dobbin, Thomas
Wallace and William Falkner. It is
probable that some of those named
may decline to serve, but those who
have put the movement forward will
go ahead at all events. It lscalctilat
ed that tlie Lo Angeles News and
Msrioo Gazette, ' both Democratic
papers, will support the movement.
It is understood that the straight-outs
support for Congress such candidates
as are old Democrats.
The San Frauclsc-ius had a slight
eaithquake, morning of tlie 14th.
From Doily of Wetlnetday Oct,
ADDRESS TO OHIO DEMOCRATS.
An Archbishop Iuittullcd.
THE WESTERN STATES HAVEWll
TER. New York City Politics.
ODD FELLOWS' CELEBRATION.
The Uemurrata of Ohio wont vote
wortli m tent.
Coi.t Mi'fs, o.. Oct. 14. The De-ra-ocratic
State Central Commitfee istM
an address this morning to the I)iic
racy of Ohio reproaching them for tf
apathy shown iu the late election aad)
urging them to repair mischief dttuw
by rallying to Greeley in November,
l lie address says the result of the lap-ts
Tuesday's elec'ion shows that Oli"
was lost by a failure to poll the nsaui
Democratic vote. Mortifying as is t'l
fact, justice to the Liberal K public-til
and an earnest desire to retrieve Ilwr
misfortune, requires of us to decLuie- ;
It. In our chief tows tlie LilKitaiL
'irength exceeds t)iir uio-t sjingifii44
etiinates. In the count iy it tell shwt..
but the aggregate of LiU-ral in Ihir
cities and country who voted our St .lie
ticket, added to the Democratic v-sfe-ot
IStjS, wi'iiid have overcome the 1W
publicau majority at that election and!
tlie negro vote combined, and givwu.
u a victory. The committee induf
in some hopeful figuring on GreeleC.
chances, even without the votes of
Pennsylvania and Ohio, and close
with a pathetic appeal to the Ih-iiai
crat wlio tailed to vote on Tuesday Us
coin" out a! the Presidential clecti-ai-IiiNtnll-tiiou
of llithop Bnlley.
Rai.timoi.k. Oct. 14. The cr
etooiiy ot the installation of tlie nw
Archbishop, i'.ailey. at the t'atliedsal.
yesterday, wa the most brilliant w
ligious pageant ever witnessed in I4i
tnnore. Noi e were admitted I ill)
thus.- having tickets. uotwitlistaudi'ii
which, at ica-t five thousand peo it -crowded
within the building. wliJi;
i'uliy as many more as-cinblrd in the--treets
ami aroun-.l the church anxiota
to sec the iin;o-ii.g ceremonies.
VVIuter in the Western State.
CiHCAuo. Oct. 1 1. The weather is;
very colli fur the season of the year,
i'he first siioV.- I. 11 yc-terday morning,
but there were only a few scattering
flakes. Heavy frost are repo-fed iu
all reports from llie West on Saturday
aud Sunday niy.hts. Crop are a.! out.
of danger oi the frost.
.et YorU lly Politic.
Nkw Yokk. Oct. 13. It i? now
thought (hat lli-v. nieycr will be uouii-..aii-d
fur .Mayor by the regular Iieuio-crat-.
and Coiuuiis-ioucr an Nort,
Tweed's stuci'-scr. by tiie Republicans.
This wili make 1 ui' candidates in the
field for Mayor llie others being Law
rence anil OTlrien.
Oiuati:lzli;ar for lirsnt,
Nlw Yokk, Oct. 13. The Execu
tive Committee! ot the Indcif tide lit
Society have recommended the forma
tion of Grant Clubs throughout the
tittil tellV S'rlebrsitlo
New Yokk. Oct. 13, The Grand
I'l.ited Order of Coloretl Odd Fellows
will celebrate to-morrow, by a p-trade
and meeting in the evening, their
twenty-eighth anniversary. Past
Grand Master aud Council of Dele
gates from different States and candi
date wiii particioate.
I'rlv.v CoilimeUer of laiglnoi:.
Lomhin. Oct. 14. Roundell Palmer
will lake the oath of Privy Counsellor
Prinze Xanoleon at Urarva.
i;knkva. Oct. 14. Prince Napoleon
arrived lu-re, aci-onipanietl to the fron
tier by agents of the French Govern
ment. Front Madrid.
Madkik. Oct. 14. The Carl i st con
tinue their agitation iu Catalonia,
where several iiave Iw-en arrested, in
cluding some soldiers on furlough. No
further news rveived from Fcrral.
Capital jH-rfcctly tranquil.
ellie Umnt StJls for Home.
I.oMKiN, Oct. 13. XellieGratit was
a passenger on the t'uuani steamer
Jscolia, which s;iihji yesteitlay for New
A Terrible Halls ond AecWent
Train Thrown 'JKtvtu au i!iitanH
itn lit "icveritl l i'rsuas luntwutly
Ti.tckke. Oct. 11. Last night, as
the Eastern liouud passenger train wa
ithiu about a quf t ier of a mile west
of this place, the 'cider of the engine
jumped ort the tiack. throwing the
'mall, baggage ami express car- ilown
an embankment, totally demolishing
them, killing instantly Dm Warner,
messenger of Well. Ksirgo it Co.,
Capf. Taylor. Guard, and Mr. Ha.-tk,
Postal Agent. 1. G. Marshal, tiie
Conductor wa caught lictwccu the
baggage car and sleeper, ami hi body
nearly severed lu twain. Tiie liotlies
were taken to Sacramento for
burial. Mr. Miner, bmkeuiau. wasla
tally injured. Hi right thigh is
crushed in a terrible iiiautier. No
paengei injured. Tlie wreck Ls a
The Result In Indiana.
A DEMOCRATIC CONFERENCE.
ltn4o .tY-i'tM tlio
A STEAMER FOUNDERED ON THE
Excitement and Alarm In
C RITICAL CONDITION OF
1 AS I'F.RN KWS.
Intllmia Fleetion Ilrtu ran.
iNWANAl'OLI, Oct. 14. Tlie offi
cial vote ot 77 counties, and seinl-Ull-clal
returns from 1!) others, give Hen
drick (leiii.). for Governor, a inajori
to of 8'.4 ; Sexton (Rep.), tor Lieut.
Governor, 1.313 ; Curry (Rep.), for
Secretary of State, 1,103 ; W tldm.ui
(Rep.), "for Auditor, 1,224 ; Glover
(Rep.;, for Treasurer, 1,520; Orth
lltep.), for Congress, 1,147; W illiams
(Rep.), 1,474. Hopkins (Dem.i, for
Superintendent ot Public Instruction,
is elected. The Legislature stands :
House, 54 Republicans and 46 Demo
crats; Sciiale, 27 Republicans aud 23
A lemif rntle I'on-wiltaUoct In Sew
New York, Oct. 15. Tlie Dmno
cratic N ational Executive Gotninitteo
held a conference yesterday at which
were present a number ot leading
Democrats, including Samuel J. Til
den and Senator Fenton ot New York,
Wm. F. Phillips of Illinois Gen. Geo.
MeCook and Brliikerhofl." of Ohio,
John A. Finch and Mr. Dowling of
Indiana. Reports were made of a
very encouraging character a to the
canvass in tlie d liferent States, and it
is announced that the campaign will
now be prosecuted with renewed ener
gies. Tweed's Lawyer Reek I n rortaatfsMi .
New York, Oct. 15. Comstoek,
foreman of tlie anti-ring grand jury.
replies to a communication from one
ot Tweed's lawyer's that his demand
for information as to irregularities In
tlie grand jury room is an insult, and
evidently made iu the hope that a
bribe proportionate to the amount
stolen by Tweed would procure the re
quire! I information.
A TnuttHfeeanle Knee.
New Yokk, Oct 14. The National
Magazine, ot Liverpool, announces a
race from Livepool to Caliao 11,000
miles between White Star, steamer
lU-'rtiblic and tlie Pacific Company's
steamer Tacora. The. latter was to
sail on the 4th of October and the Ke
niblic tlie next day.
Con teat Abandoned.
New York, Oct. 15. A Raleigh,
N. C-, dis-Kitch says tluit owing to m
dcli idleness as to tlie requirement re
specting notice for contesting the re
cent election, the Democratic Commit
tee have decided to defer giving such
notice tor tlie present.
Kuirideofa prominent Divine.
Cincinnati. Oct. 14. Rev. J. II.
Kennedy, of lelaware, Ohio, financial
agent of the Ohio Western University,
and a prominent Methodist divine, su
icided in the cellar of his house yester
A Meaner fouudrr on Lake Mlclil-IC-ua.
Ciucaoo, Oct. 15 Two boats from
tlie propeller La Belle which founder
ed fn-f.ake Micti!gt1 yesterday morn
ing, arrived at Racine last uighu one
with twelve person and the oilier with
seven. This, with four who reached
Kenosha last nigfiL makes twenty-
three known to be saved. The clerk
of tiie i-t licllc. who commanded one
of tht4 Utats which arrived at Racine,
says i la-re were ai jcroiis on board,
21 asciiger including two children.
Five or six men rc-fii-vd to leave the
sinking vessel, and when she went
down thev were seeti struggling in the
sea. The sea was running too high to
admit ot assistance reaching them, and
it is thought tla-v drowned. Two boats
with S3 passengers, are still missing,
though thev are tliouglit to 'be sate.
One boat with 10 n-rsous on hoard
was seen bv tlie clerk's boat yesterday
afternoon steering north, and he thinks
tliey were nicked up by a passing
schiioiicr. The cause of the disaster
was . shipping a heavy sea amidships,
which put out the fires and stopped
tlie engine, and so allowed the vessel
to swing into the trough of the sea aud
strained her seams ojien. She kept
afloat alKiut six hours, from midnight
on Sunday till near six o clock yester
day morning. Her cargo, which was
valuable, is a total loss. A great part
was thrown overlxiaru by tlie crew in
the attempt to lighten her and keep
Latlr the two missing lioats of tlie
sunken propeller l.a Belle reached
!iore. Crews all safe. Six lives art
all that are known to be lost.
FUKI IUN SKWH.
Exrltement and nlnrni In Pari -
lioniitd ditieovere.l-'rltlt-al eondl
lion of aH'-tira in Faroite-Miniater
W.tMliburu anil for New York
lH-Nlli of a Mriaon I'riitee.
Nkw York. Oct. 15. A Iiris
special says I here wa great excitement
in Part last night consequent on the
reception by President Tliier of a Itox
ot Isiinbs. wilh an aunonvnioiis letter.
stating that a thousand bombs were
sent lo Paris. Troops were placed in
suspected quarters and tlie Imperial
ists closely watched.. Thiers and Mac
M a hon had a conference Iat night.
I.OMtox. Oct. 15. Minister Wash
burn sailed from Southampton to-day
for New York on the iMitchland.
I5k.ki.in. Oct. 15. Prince Frederick
Henry AlU-rt. brother ot the Emieror
William, died to-day.
A Paris dispatch says Thiers yester
day said he liad received information
that the relc.ised Communi-t now in
Paris had in their poesjon 20.000
bombs, similar to those Orsini and his
companions used wlien they attempted
to assassinate ex-Emperor Napoleon
Politically Europe i in a critical
condition. The meeting of the Em
perors at Berlin is now considered a
hypocritical thing, gotten up for an
effect and to qniet political and serious
fermentation going on among tbe
NATIONAL BOARD OF TRADE.
froude, the Historian, Feted.
The Xinslc-fStoUei Ciimc. j
AN ADDRESS FROM THE NATIONAL
A Row Among the Cadets
Heetlnar National Hoard of Trade.
New Yokk. Oct. 10. TIk- National
Board of Trade convened at the City
Hall this afternoon. IK-Iegates from
San Francisco, Milwaukie, Baltimore.
Clilcagn, Cincinnati. St. Ixiuis. De
troit, Philadelphia, Boston, New Or
leans, Louisville, Buffalo, Portland,
Me., Troy, Salem. Mas., Wilmington.
Del.. Newark and Galveston. Frank
Frailey, ol St. Louis, was elected Per
manent Chairman. A delegation was
jireseut from the Dominion Board ot
l rade lieaded by Hon. John Young,
and were, on motion, admitted lo
New York. Oct. lu. At -the se -
fdouofthe National Board of Trade
to-ilay, ineinoral were presented on
the subject of a return to specie pay
ment ; on uniform International rates
ot postage ; on transportation ot pro
ducts from tlie United "-States to the
seaboard. They were referred to a
committee, together with a resolution
advocating opening to agriculture and
commerce tlie Indian Territory.
Banquet to Fronde Uie Historian.
New York, Oct. 15. A very pleas
ant banquet was giyen to Mr. Froude,
the historian. Among those present
were Rev. Drs. Bellows. Porter.
Beccber, Chapin and Schenck, R. W.
Emersou, G. W. Curtis, Win. Culleti
Bryant, Prof. Woolsey of Yale, Prof.
Guyot of Priucetown, Park Goodwin.
Geo. Childs ami Robt. Hoe, who made
short addresses. Mr. Childs presided.
Mr. Fioude explained that the object,
of tils visit was to contribute to tlie
formation of public opinion in this
country regarding tlie present rela
tions between England and Irelaud.
A Development In tbe FtakAtoltea
t SK-tJiilrartaetil of O Hrku. .
New York, Oct. 1G. August St.
Clair, formerly a newspaper reporter,
in a deposition before Judge Brady,
yesterday, swore tliat at the time Flsk
was sliot by Stokes at the Grand Cen
tral Hotel, lie $aw a pistol in Fisk's
hand, and fear of arrest prevented him
from giving the information oil the
A meeting of the German-American
Reform Association, last night en
dorsed the nomination of O'Brienl for
New York, Oct. 16. The Liberal
Republican National Committee hare
issued an address, reviewing the late
elections, urging voter to renewed
vigor hi the campaign.
Greeley declines an invitation to
visit Chicago owing to tlie delicate
health of his wife.
Tntablf In the Saral Aeadeaay.
Washington, Oct. 16. The assault
on the colored cadet at the Naval
Academy is to be followed by a sum
mary expulsion of all concerned there
in. Tlie President is inflexible in his
purpose to this end.
Dlacbarsretl for bla Be UKtoua Opinion a
New York, Oct. 15. Dr. Mormon
iere, Resident-Physician of Brooklyn
Homeopathic Hospital, was discharged
by the lady managers on the ground
that tie was Roman Catholic. Six
out of tlio eight physician attached to
the Hospital, resigned iu cousequence. '
Trench ABalra Tbe Iiiam i Cion at
Paris, Oct. 15. Tlie Prince pro-
i loses to prosecute the Minister of tbe
nterior for expelling him from France
without authoritj of law. The I'riiice
and Princess have left Geneva Tor
'I'he German army of occupation has
begun to evacuate tlie Department of
Madrid, Oct. 16. A dispatch from
Ferral yesterday says tlie frigate Vic
toria is hourly exjeeted iu tlie harbor.
Preparations are being made for an at
tack upon tlie insurrectionists. Hos
tilities were to Iiave commenced at
four o'clock yesterday atteniooti, if tbe
rebels did not surrender. Tins muni
cipal authorities of Ferral requested
tlie (Joverument forces to suspend the
attack on the insurrectionists, as nego
tiations were pending for their surren
der. The ixiuiinautler consented to
wait until afternoon.
The Rare Kt-lwren UoldasaUUi IsM
and tlrrMsat- Mbinwinar WfW
'treasure for Japan.
Sacramento, Oct. 16. 'I'he great
race Icr a purse of (7,500. between
Occident ami Goldsmith Maid, was
run over tlie Agricultural Park course
this afternoon. Goldsmith Maid won
the purse and race iu three straight
lieaLs. Time 2:20 j, 2:20,-4 and 2:22.
San Francisco, Oct. 16. t he steam
er John L. Stephen arrived from Port
land, and L. S. steamer Shubrick from
The California Powder Works Coin
panv has increased its capital to
Much Indignation and cliagriti is
manifested over tlie result of to-day'
race. The very bad time made in
duces many to charge that shenanigan
had been played, and Jim Eotf is the
recipient of numerous left handed
Over $300,000 in treasure was sent
to China and Japan to-day, making
over twenty-six and a quarter millions
tint lias gone iu that direction this
TIIE M ANDAL AIMU T CilFTS.
What is there then I inquire tliat I
may save time what is there that tlie
Ail'miui-tratinn has done that it ought
not to have done? What has it left
undone that is should have done?.,
-Oh. the President has taken gifts."
No, he has not. President Grant
never accepted a gift from any man,
never ! Never since lie wa nominated
tlie first time as President. He is the
only President in forty years who re
fused to take gifts ; wlio reftl-ed a car
riage ami horses. Only one other
President lias done it in forty years.
Mr. Lincoln accepted carriage and
horse. So did Mr. Buchanan. So
did Mr. Pierce. So did Polk. So did
John Tyler. So did General Taylor.
So did ilarrison. So did Van Buren.
It was offered to Grant and he refused
it. And never lias be accepted any
present applause except at tiie time
when, coming back from tbe war. cov
ered all over with glory, standing a
the idol of the nation, not thinking of
being President but being the Itero of
many battles, deafeniug applause he
accepted one of tlie presents which
were given by the rich men of New
York aud Philadelphia to tlie scarred
aud battered lieroe of the Republic. 1
won't talk about it. From Senator
Conkling's Buffalo Speedi.
Health and Wealth in
Boots eft? Slioos
Will not wear through at the Toe.
Oct. 14, lS7i:tUvt lm
GOOD CABLE SCREW WIRE
Boots and Shoes
Are Selling from JIalne to
Oct. 10, 1872:dAWlm
CURE FOR FEVER AND AGUE,
COMP. EXT. of EUCALYPTUS.
Dr. J.a. Colentao.
of San Franclsm. ami nev
ereral eminent physicians
nf Europe have been v
two years and expert mora
inr in hosnltal practice
i wlih Ihe mcllelnal pro
ertles tsonutlned tot tho
Eth-alvntus. and the re-
wits show that as a cure for Fever and Ague '
It Is better than liuinlnr, a in 118 teat
case, where Quinine had been given unsiic
cewmlly, Ul were cured with Eucalyptus,
In the V. S. Marine Hospital wtiere exten
sive experiments were made with Dr. Cole
man's Extract, erery case of Fever awl Agin
was cored with this remedy alone.
It has also been proven In the aurae hos
pital, that when prepared by Dr. Oicman's
peculiar process it Isa most Inralaable reme-'
dy for nil diseae of the Kidneys, Bladder
and t'tinarv Canal, awl many cases were
cured with this pre rain ion alone, that had
Iteen tfrononnced Incurable, with any other
known remedy. For thee diease It can be
confidently relied upon as Ihe most effica
cious remetv ever odereil to the public Un
like most oilier valuable remeilles, tt Is a plea '
snntenrlial, and la not rejocted by tbe moat
sensitive stomach. The popularity which
Coleman's Cnmn.and Extract of Eu.alvptu
has al res1 r attained has given Mrta to several
latue imliatlous none but Colemau's la genu
ine. lir. Coleman refers bv permission to the
Cil lowing well known gentlemen In San Fran
clam, who can vouch for its efllcacy, front
personal experieni-e and knowlede.
J. N. Arthur, of J. I. Arthur A Son, Arri
etiltura Warebotise, oor. of Caiilbrnla and
E. U. Matthews, Grain Merchant, 107 Davis
Col. Wm. Wolfe, No. 535 Market street,
formerly Passehger Agent for the Ual. Bteam
Wm. H. Pat tor son, AUy. at Law.
For sale by BELT A JOHNS, DRUGGISTS,
CHA8. LAMiLEY CO. ,
Cor. Clay and Battery Streets, Sou Franoisno.
THE BE??T PLAX08 MADE ABE THE
Hallet, Davis dc Co.
Tbe Finest Organ la now connltlered to be
Geo. Wood V Co.
Call and sfte for Tonrselres or send for
Price Lists aod Circulars.
W. K. BADGER,
Sole Agent for Oregon,
AT RSOW cV BtMIV ART VALULRT,
7 rint Ntreet, rortlnntt. -
PORTLAND ADVERTISE STENTS.
BUSDlES8 DIEEOTOEY OF P0ET
. LAUD, 0SEQ03.I :
. Pbllbe fsy 1 Bafrl, , ,-(
General AdvtHuina Aget 9 roal iUrari.
ACKEKM ANf- DOlXAlt STCTRK, 'Vo.eo
First Street. Iuiiwriers ami JoUam of
Faiicv (iooihs Tovs, Crockery Glaeaware and
Plateil Ware. ;. -
Astor House, First St., between OsXiusil
Plae Lveryttaof neat. B.I Ltmgfel-
low, Prop. . i . . ; . I
Mf- , anfja . imrmmmmr iajr It
' i I 1 - i
UIIX, MTXKI. A BASCKOFT, .
Sos. 75 & 77, First Strtet, Pr11anL
Barman, tbe onlrdtreut latporter of Cloth
ing, Ac, cor. Front Jt Washington sts
CHAS. C. BARBCTT, .
BOOKSELLER & STATlSnER,
Larreat Stta-a in PorUand. ' '
Aro. 79 front and JVa. 5 WatMngtvn ttreei.
BCK, wrtUAM SO, ' 3 First St.
AIIIn.i keji asa.1 uvaioi w au
Sauaa, BlUea aatsl atewlte
of every deairiptlnn.
Fishing Ta- kle, Fancv (Soods, Beads, Bird
Cages, Baskets, Croquet Games ana '
baljv Carriages. -Agents
for the 44CaHromia Powder Wot If ; "
also, lor the Wheeler Wilson Sew
Bei-k. John A., 129 Front street, practical
Watchmaker and Jewel or. Work done
lor the Trade. ' ......
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS- Himea
A Bachelder, w front Street.
Brigham ft lieinhart. First street, between
itak aud Pint, importers of Stoves, Kau
ges. Kitchen Utensils. ;
uchanais W, A., aw.eor. FirstftTaylor
su. ciieajiest I umiiiir liouae in run-
' Hi Frout Street.
Cllarke Hen.lern ft Conk, 81 ft 83 First W.
) Dealers In Dry Goods, Fancy ililBuery,
&c. Ac. -
Cohn ft RfKenfeld, ltfl Front St. Ommla
sion Men luints ft dealers la Oregou ami
California Proiluoe. . '
Congle. J. Ii . maniifitctnrer and dealer in
Saddles, Harness, atnd Saddlery Hard
ware. Vt Front St. -. -,
gfnn-lerTwrft Co., 1US Front street. Mer
1 cliant Tailors ft Clothiers, Hats, Furn.Kb
De Lashmtitt ft Caiman, 93 Front street.
Re.-i! htslate Agejils, money loanol
houses renteiL -
D E N T AlTG OODOd'i- ci?
1U1 Front street, Portland.
nDllfTCTO G- H. Woodard ft Ot4,,
UnUuUlolOi 101 From St. order.)
from anvjiortion of the State or Territories
carefully tilled by mail or express.
T.lmll, Lowensielii ft Co, Furnltunt ami
Va Carpet dealers-etorea from 1M to 13
Emp!ovnientAgerioy. Wilherell ft Hol
niari, SO Front street. Furnish all kinds
y rer Ung'ft Beeixi. 10 Front street. Cons
M J mis-ioii Merchants and dealers in Do
iiashion Liverv-Stable, comer First and
IT Salroou sir.". E. Corbett Proprietor,
tiood turn-otas ala'avs on hand.
Pisbel ft Roert. cor. First and Washing
ton at a. Dealers and Mauutaclui ui s,
Ciothing, Furnishing Good:
CRAY'S MUSIC STORE.
The largest Music House on the Coast.
STEINWAY PIANOS, BURDETT 0R-
- (iAMb, -G.
L. DEFRAYS, Manager.
- TdOLC AOEXT8 FOH THK
"HOWE" SEWING MACHINE.
4 , : aT Agent waaled.CE3 - . .
Hachaev ft Steeme, tirocers and dealeTS in
all kinds oi Seeds, corner First and
Hamburger, B., 1SS First street, iiiniorter
and dealer in Staple Fancy Dry liocnU,
neixlee. D. H Phetographic Artist, fCw .'
comer First and Murnson street. Cbil
iiviis pv-iures spe,-iaiiT.
Henrichsen, L. C. ft Co., 109 First street,
Maniiiacturerkand dealers ia Jeselrv
a fbtsird, Geo. L-, m Front street, whole-
sale itealer ia IxroueTitls. Doors, Yl
Hodge, Calef ft Co 97 Frout street, whole
sale dealers in Drugs. Paint. Oils.
T7V II P Sewing Machine, straight nee
ri V i iYl ri die. under ksed. -look stank.4'
Competition challenged, t. W. Traver, lift
r rout street.
ft iirpren ft Shindler. No. W e 17S First
n st. Importers FurnlMra, Bedding, Ac
InternalionMl HseL cor. Front and Morris
on sts. M. Rudolph, Proprietor. Free
liuss attends steamers, i - : ' -
K obn. J. ft CoTl Front street, wholesale
anil retail dealer in Fine Clothing. Fur
nishiug Goods. s ,.i . ot... i.;--.
mfjaison Doree Restatrram. riTate xm
ITI. for Families, cor. 1st and Pine street,
y. Voos, Proprietor. - ' ' '
Mania, C ft i!o-, whoiesale dealer ra
Wines and Liouors. O. 8. N. Co s Block
and San Franclas. " J '
eier ft Schmeer, 111 Front street, whole
sale ami retau Coiuoctkmers. ,
Miller, John B.,93 First street. Watch
maker and Jeweler, offers to the nnbllo
a tine assortment of Watooes, Clocks and Jew
elry. Moetler, ft Co., Front near C. street, deaf
en in native ami torvLrm Wines. Lkj-
imrs ami t igars.
kTorthrut, ft Thom(ison, Hardware, Iron,
X"i Steel, llnlis, ftmkes, ffantwood Luniber.
iccidentnl Hotel, cor. First aad Morrison
sts. Smllh ft Cook, Proprietors.
Parrish, Waiklns A Cornell, Real Estate
At-i-ntt 90 Front street, between Alder i
Photographic Goods, SWSS-i
liler, li. C, Real Estate and Mone Bro
ker, w From street, rortiaort.
osenbaum, L 8. ftCo.. TiAataeanlsta lss i
porters of Foreign and Domestic Liquors
nss House, Front street. On First Claa
rrhsutpie. Ihe. uyvu rrepuntm
ilptea. Tbes. Byaty
, k, 61 Front aad 63
fs3 sr in
61 Front aad J First ata..dal-
fjimon, J., M Front street, dealer M Doors,
9 Sash and Blinds, Window and Plate Glass
Sin stieimer,H., 13? First atreet. Importer o
Pianos, Organs, Sheet M-iisai, aUslual
t kidmore. 3. G., lit First street, TtrnggS :
s3 sm Airatneean. a lame aious ot rtsaans. i
erv an-i iiniiTAim-in,
tsmllh Darts, 71 Front street, wholesale :
!9 Drugs, Fatal, una. Window tUasa, Pea-.
fonow ft Root, li FliAroot.PVttnre-sMnki
inga. Frames, Artlsu Materials, Drawing
Instruments. ' '
mtth. Pot, Broker, 90 Front street, Dealef1 '
and Gold Oust.1 7 .
STOXE, K, Ls-, Nta. IMT Front Mr4s
Watchmaker and Manufacturing Jewel- '
er, Is appmnted agent for tbe WalthaavEla-iB-, t
E. Howanl a Co., Chas. E. Jacot, and tne CaU
Uoruia watches; also, for all tbe prodwatea '
and imports of tbe California Jeweltr Com pa- ,
r, Saa Francisco. Send for. a circular.
Watches repaired la the very best manner ana
WARRANTED to give satisfaction. ,
m turera and dealers In Furniture. Bed- '
tnng, tjarpets, c
hlng Store, IIS Front street.Clotns -
Ing, Furni-Jaing Goods, Boots ana Sheet.
r a cuttle. H. H., l4i V 144 From at, neaa-r
at in Wagons awt Agrajiiiturai lmw
a yne, eTd ii. ar. cor. First and Uak sts., ,
' dealer in Fine Brandies Wines, English
Ale and Porter. ' 1 , 1 . i ''
r a Vyier. J. A., Ill Front 'street, wnolesaia
m. dealer In Butter, Eggs, Cbeese. Lard,
Bacon, ftp. ' '.!'
Williams ft Mvermt-Ceulral bick.Fron ,
street, OtramlsSioa Merchants and
dealers in Pn-diue. '?
DEaxra i! " "
New and Second Hand Furniture
HIGHEST PRICE IN CASH PAID FOR
.l kimis of Soon ml Hand Fumltore,
Stoves, Dishes, c, Comroetvtal st rsalun.