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THE CITY AND COUNTlf.
From Duily of Saturday Xov. 10.
Indian Likds. We found Mr. It. E.
Eailuwt, clerk in the Superintendents otfice,
busv yesterday, making out the "parch
ments for Indians at Grand Itunde Kest r
vation. Thev are ctrtitieates of assignment
rather than "deeds. The allotment to the
Indians are in severalty to families, an : Lot
No. 1 to General Quinuby and Mrs. General
Quinaby. This certiiicutu gives General
and .Mrs. Quinaby too right tu fence in lot
So. 1 'M acres to build houses, tern ments.
fencm, etc thereon ; to dig, plow and plant
therein ; to gather, mow and reap there
from ; and to do and perform all such acts
concerning the same, as they might right
full v do were it deeded to tin ui. except to
ell 'it or carry it off. Of course not all
these things are so set down and nominated
in the bond ; but, we are infornud, that is
the lial effect of the certificate. There are
about one hundred and fifty of them to be
issued to Grand Bonde families.
Gebmans Comlvo. The Commercial Re
porter savs ; " Wo are informed that pri
vate advices have been received from Ger
manv giving information that quite a large
emigration mav be looked for from that nv
tion during the coming year. Tuis to the
citizens of Oregon will be welcome news,
for Germans as a class, are justly held in
the highest esteem, owing to their industrial
and frugal liabita, and we are satisfied that
the amplest facilities required will be ex
tended by our citizens in aiding all coming
to obtain farms or employment whichever
is desired." We hope that ample r om w.ll
be made for this class of iniroign nts in our
county. The more of them the better.
A II and so me Compliment. A day or two
since, the Oregonian contained an editorial
notice of Kr. S. C. Adams' smchronolog
ical chart, from which we clip the following:
" We confess that this Oregon production
has both removed a prejudice we have lone
felt against this class of literary effort, and
made us feel more proud ol our voting
State; for we cannot but regard this as Ore-
ton's greatest achievement in the field of
listorical scholarship." Mr. Adams is now
canvassing ia Portland for subscribers for
Tae Inoatkebiso or Israel. A sermon
will be preached at the Opera House at 3
o'clock p. K. 8unday 17th insL. bv Catherine
8cherte, on the subject of the '-Ingathering
of Israel, for the Redemption of Spirit.
Soul and Body, to enter into Life Eternal."
The preucheress lias been travelling through
Southern Oregon recently, talking to tlie
people on this topic. She "appears an intel
ligent Jewish lady.
Married. On the Hth inst in Salem, at
the residence of the bride's father, bv Bev.
Isaac Dillon, Kr. E. C. Harlan, of Contra
Costa county, California, and Miss Elmma
PiamondonT of Salem. Compliments of
the parties received. The luip y jsiir Uni
their departure by the afternoon train tin
same day, for Portland and thence bv st un
ship Ormamrae, yesterday, for California
their future home.
State Board of Equalization". Gover
nor Grover informs a litigant organ that he
has appointed ex-Governor John Whiteaker,
N. H. Gates and ex-Governor Geo. L. Cur
ry as a State Board of Equalization. These
gentlemen will meet and organize at Salem,
Monday, 15th inst., and proceed to business.
Ay " Interesting Item." One of the
Portland papers announces that among the
passengers by the outgoing steamer, Friday
evening, were "Major M. P. Berry and
bride whom he led to the altar in this city
(Portland) yesterday." "Who is she," is
the conundrum in Salem.
Dedication. We learn that Eev. Stephen
Bowers of the M. E. Church of this city
will dedicate a new church, situated four
miles east of Albany, Sunday, Nov. 24th.
It is to be called Trinity ChapeL
Personal. Mr. O. W. Dunbar who has
been fornian for the last year in the States
man oflice, left yesterday "for San Francisco,
and possibly lor some point toward the
lining sun, to spend the winter.
State Land Beoister. The Governor
has appointed H. C. Paige of Union couutv,
Begister of the State L uid Utlice at La
From Daily of Sunday Xov. 17.
JXDEPEXD1TXT MASS 3f KETI.MJ.
A considerable number, attracted by cu
riosity aniJiand-btll call for a mass meet
ing, assemuied at the Opera House last
evening to make nominations "irrespective
of party" for city officers. The meeting was
called to order by B. F.Brown ; P. L. Willis
elected Chairman of the meeting and B. F.
Brown Secretary. The Chairman stating
that he was not fullv apprised of the objects
of the meeting, the Secretary read the call ;
whereupon John F. Miller nominated
A. t. MONSOE FOR MAYOR.
Dan Murphy expressed the opinion that
political organizations were no good things;
and he didn't know whether it would be
well to go ahead with nominations to-night
or wait a week ana talk tne matter over.
Nobody else having any opinion on this
point, any more than had Dan, Tom Allen
moved that "we now proceed," etc., and it
was resolved to proceed.
Upon this Jonnef Miller remarked that
he didn't want to postpone the nominations
for fear there would be log-rolling. ( And
possiblv the ring programme might be bro
ken. Rep. J
Mr. A. J. Monroe, for the purpose of giv
ing O. J. Carr an opportunity to decline,
nominated that gentleman for Maver. Of
course Mr. O. J. Carr declined, "f he vote
for a Mayor was then taken, and Mr. A. J.
Monroe being the only candidate he was
nominated. Mr. O. J. Carr then nomi
nated JOHN C. BOOTH FOR RECORDER.
Somebody nominated C. P. Stratton, but
he declined'. Mr. Booth's nomination waa
Win, Crump, Kays and Wm. Sterwart
were put in nomination. A vote was taken
by division and Wm. Crump received a
The nominations wtre Mr. Johns, C. P.
Strattou, Billie SUnton and J. F. Staiger.
This time the vote w: a taken by bal
lot. Staiger and Billie Stanton received
a few votes each, and there being no choice,
they were dropped and a division was taken
on Johns and Stratton. The latter was
It was then agreed to meet in the several
wards next Saturday night for the purpose
of nominating Council men; and the meeting
TIfatw finr citizens were considerablv
startled yesterday forenoon by the sad, al
though not whollv unexpected, news of
the death of Miss Libbie Woodward, eldest
daughter of Bev. L. T. Woodward of this
city and Presiding Elder of the M. E.
Church. She died at Albany at three
o'clock. Saturday morning, of typhoid fever.
She was engaged in teaching music in the
college at that place, ana came nome rrom
Sunday School four weeks aco to-day sick.
after which time she was confined to her
room suffering intensely until relieved by
the hand of Death. Her father and sister
have been with her most of the time since
she was taken sick and have been unremit
ting in their attention to her wants, as also
was their tamily physician, ur. (j. nan
of this citv; but her case was beyond human
aid, and she was finally taken from her
earthly friends to that bright upper world
to join her sainted mother who departed
thence but one short year ago. Libbie was
loved bv all who knew her, and the entire
community feel her loss. She was just en
tering upon a brilliant future when she was
cut down by him who doetb all things well.
' Her remains were bronght down yesterday
afternoon and were met at tne depot by
large concourse of her personal friends who
followed them to her once happy home now
made desolate by her loss. Her numerous
friends and acquaintances sympathize with
tliem in this their deep aniiction. A coinci
dence might be mentioned, that both moth
er and daughter were taken sick at Alrjany,
and attended church there for the last time.
Bev. Mr. Shaw. Pastor of the M. E. Church
of that city, accompanied the friends of tlie
deceased to their home and will assist at tlie
funeral exercises to-day.
Whes the Electors Will Meet. We
find a good many people who differ in their
understanding about the time when the
Presidential electors will meet to cast their
votes for President and Vice President.
The following is the section of the law
which coverns in the case : '
"The Elector of President and Vice
President shall convene at the Seat of Gov
M-nment on the first Wednesday ot Decern
luw r A , 4b if ihm month, this vearl next
after their election, at the hour of twelve of
the clock at noon or that day, ana a there
hall be any vacancy in the office of an
nrcasioned by death, refusal to act,
neglectto attend, or otherwise, the Electors
present shall immediately proceed to fill, by
Viva voce and plurality of votes, such va
cancy in the HJectoral College, and when
all tie Electors shall appear, or the vacan
cies, if any, shall have been filled as above
provided, such Electors shall proceed to
perform the duties required of them by the
fv.timrinn and lawsof the United States."
After the votes for Electors shall have
been canvassed as provided by law, it is the
duty of the Secretary to prepare two lists
a thai TlMTDPfl nf the Electors, the which
shall be signed by the Governor and .Secre
tary, and delivered by the latter to the Col
lege of Elector at their meeting on such
first Wednesday oi
Vr asd Down tux Biveb. The steamer
Albany passed up the river W ednesday, for
Corvalhi Bhe succeeded in reaching that
place without pea difficulty, being light
loaded. Bhe took on at Corvtllli 900 aaeici
wheat from the warehouse of Hamilton
Bros., and came down to Independence
where yshe completed her cargo, reaching
this nlace last evening. She found the
river yet uncomfortably low, at she. got
stiip): on a bar above Albany, on toe uown
Ducks. This kind of weather U "ducks"
for the boys. We observed one of them
take a due yesterday, in thc effort to im
provise a slide on a small area of incipient
ice. But we do not mean tliis kind of duck
ing we mean that sort with which are con
nected shotguns, dogs, game pouches, nial
laras, canvas-backs and an infinite deal ot
wading marshes, clambering over logs,
scrambling through underbrush, and all
that sort of exhik-ruting exercise, including
going home excessively fatigued ai.d
hungry, with boots full of wattr.
Among ye mighty duckists who have
been out this week, and returned loaded
with hunter's glory and ducks, is Mr. Em
met Williams, printer, who in one day
bagged 26UU, and of that number bestowed
200 upon ye reporter. Later. Upon re
reading the above, we find oursell called
upon by s dicent regard for the truth tocut
off two" ciphers from each of the numbers
therein stat d. But 2a ducks are pretty
good for a ixjy.
Petition fob 1'aieoon. A petition was in
circulation y sterday for the pardon of Mat
Bledsoe, a life time prisoner at the Peniten
tiary. Accompanying the petition is a cer
tificate of several physicians to the effect
tlutt longer imprisonment will endanger the
prisoner's lite. The petition conian.id over
two hundred names.
Official Eeti-rns. The official returns
of the Presidential election come in slowly.
Secretary Chadwick informs us that he has
official returns from onlv (he t, n f,,
counties: Washington, pVilk, Marion, Doug-
iiui, mmiuii. inuiiiioman, uacKamas, xaue,
Clatsop and Benton. These votes have been
alnady published in the Statesman.
Funeral. The funeral of Miss Libbie
Woodward, daughter of Bev. L. T. Wood
ward will take place from the College
Chapel at 2 o'clock this p. m. Mr. Shaw of
Albany and other ministers will conduct
the services. The Sunday School services
will be omitted in the M."E. Church to-day..
From Duily of Tuesday Xov. 19.
THE FIRE FIESD.
Ureas laelteanent -Immense fm of
Meep I Iiuusiiim.,. ol IHllirtt V ortti
' ot Property lolnllj' I ulijuied.
Twaa Sunday morn, about the hour of
three. Salem's citizens were as a general
thing wrapped in the arms of Morpheus.
Yours truly was in the samo fix. Commer
cial street was almost deserted. The night
watch paced slowly up and down in search
of disturbances ol the publio peace. The
air was cold and the sky as clear as a bell.
Not a sound broke upsn the stillness of the
scene. All nature seemed wrappid in sweet
'-pose. Not iK!l honied, no leline mewed,
nut a porcine squealed, nor an equine whin
neyed to mar the surroundings. "But
hark! a deep sound strikes like a 'rising
knell. It was a fire bell, and the scene was
instantly changed. Excited men were run
ning in every direction, shouting the dread
alarm of "l ire ! Fire ! Fire 1" at the top of
their voices. Windows were raised and
heads protruded to see where the Dames had
broken out. The Fire Lvpjrtmcnt was on
the alert, and No. 2'a engine was soon "rat
tling o'er the frozen ground." No. l'a hose
cart was soon en route, but the engine was
reposing so sweetly that it was considered
uujust to awaken it at so unreasouablu an
hour. The next question was, "where is
the fire?" "A lurid light athwart the sky" ,
showed the flames wtre somewhere near tae
Central School House. In that direction
the crowd rushed pell-mell, and on arriving
at the spot found tne wood-shed in flames,
and as there was as much as two cords of
wood in the building that belonged to Ma
rion county, it was highly necessary that it
should be saved. A hydrant was discovered
at a convenient distance, and the hose at
tached in a double quick manner, and it,
was then "water vs. names," the latter hav-1
ing a good distance the start. The race waa
an uneven one. and the tire was only kept
in check, although the boys worki d man
fully. The wood-pile was" doomed, and to
save the county fuel or its covering was be
yond human exertion. But barns, fences,
and other out-door conveniences were saved,
and the thanks of the public are due the
Fire Department of Salem for their timely
services. By liberal use of cold water and
human muscle the city was saved. All our
public buildings (with the exception of the
above-mentioned w od-ehed) were saved, as
well as our wholesale and retail business
houses. Myers' Agricultural Works es
caped the devouring element, and the Flour
ing and Woolen Mills are still running.
W hile we are about it we might mention
that we need no outside aid. Pecuniary as
sistance is respectfully declined, as the
county can stand its loss without taking ad
vantage of the bankrupt law. Loss light,
but lu insurance.
The Fotebal The announcement that
the funi rai services of Miss Libbie daughter
of Kev. L. T. Woodward would be held at
the University Chapel at 2 p. m. on Sunday,
tilled it to repletion by friends of the de
ceased and tlie afnicted family. Extra seats
were brought it, and even then many were
compelled to stand. The funeral sermon
was preached by Bev. C. W. Shaw of Al
bany, and although somewhat lengthy, was
listened to with attention by tlie vast audi
ence. BeVB. Waller, Bowers and Driver as
sisted in the ceremonies which were con
ducted in an impressive manner. She was
buried beside her mother in Mission Ceme
tery, and a large concourse of friends fol
lowed tlie remains to their last resting
place. Thus ends a life of short but unu
sually brilliant career. Sit tibi terra levis.
Seriously Injured. Mr. Van Cleave, of
Howell's Prairie, furnishes us with the fol
lowing item of news. Yesterday forenoon
while Jacob it. iSaughman, ot that precinct,
was engaged in KatlierinK apples in his or
chard, he fell from a tree to the frozen
ground, sustaining injuries of a very seri
ous uatare. His leg was badlv broken, and
he was hurt internally, his suffering being
intense. They were unable to move him to
his house nntil medical attendance had been
called and an opiate administered. His
daughter, who was attending school at the
liniversitv, in this city, was lnimeeuately
sent for, and she went out home in the
evening. It is feared the injuries may prove
Lecture. Bev. W. H. Meisse will lec
ture at the M. E. Church of this city Wed
nesday evening Nov. 20th. Subject. The
Holy Land, manners and customs ot Is
raelites and table entertainment, social re
ception, marriage, death, embalming and
interment, rot illustration, ne wui per
form a marriage ceremony untler the Jew
ish "style." All uivik-u. Admission 23
At the Court House. A. T. Weddle,
Professor of the Electric Power of the Mind
will d uvei a Keiuie ill u.e Court House
this evening at ?:o0 o'cioek. Subject.
Creation and Formation ot the World, and
the laws of Nature. Admission free, and
every one respectfully invited to attend.
Bemoval. Tne Mcieuiv oince was re
moved to this building yesterday. It may
appear to the outside world that it is rather
eleise quarters lor newspapers oinenng so
widely in politics, but as all hands are ol a '
peace living disposition, we have no fears
regaraini; sucn close communion, ana wel
come our contemporary across tlie hall.
Comixo. We are informed that Vivian
will give a couple of concerts in this city on
ins way K) nan rrancusco overiana. Aney
will probably be given on Saturday and
Monday evenings next. He is accompanied
tie is accorupaniea
by an excellent troupe, and as Vivian is a
host within himself we predict that he will
meet witn aDunaant success.
ViNisoy Octa Princle of the new
market on State street furnished us with a
liberal supplv of line venison yesterday.
and in order that our readers may know
where they can nnd mi excellent quantity
of "deer meat," we just remind them that
there is more left where ours came from.
RjssioirED. The resignation of Gen. Pal
mer, Indian Agent at biletz, has been re
ceived by Superintendent Odeneal, and for
warded to Washington.
Notaries Public.Gov. Grover has re-
atmointed Jan.. A. Smith and R. F. Goodwin
of Portland as Notaries Public, and issued
a commission to R. 8. Strahan of Corvallis
endowing him with the same power.
The Albonv Becister savs butter is stiff at
SO cents ; so it is here it's froze.
Mrs. Duniwav calls our neighbor of the
Mercury "the psalmodic wailer."
Miss Nellie Meacham is atrcnt at Salem
for the "New Northwest"
The "Escaped Nun" left for Oregon City
The Nobby boot for ladies will this winter
be made of velvet.
The "Escaped Printer" appears in our
advertising columns this morning. Go and
Clear, cold, getting colder; ice in the
gutters, frost on the sidewalks ; the end of
your nose, getting red.
Vie have a vocng ladv in our town, so
modest tbat sne is unwilling to sit in the
lap of ease and luxury.
One of our farmers, just out of town,
tied one end of a lariat around his -waist,
and lassoed a cow with the other. Ho
thought he had the cow, but at the end of
the first half mile he began to suspect that
the cow had him.
Take your vegetable and pumps in out of
the frost, now.
There is a call out for an "Independent
Mas Meeting" this evening to nominate
candidates for city offices. The author of
it is a chap called "Incog."
The man with the red uoze says its all
owing to the "epizootics."
The hens are getting careless, and eggs
are getting scarce.
Oysters are gloriously fat now for proof
of B-"hicli go to Pete Emerson's.
The Portland papers mention the arrival
in that rity of Got. Grover, but they don't
say anything about vetoes.
The deaf-mute school in this city hat
Ber. W. K. Stewart of this city will of
ficiate at Corvallis to-day. -
The new proprietors of the Commercial
Hot-1 are making some improvements to
the house. f
I', was not a Salem tailor who advt i tiscd
"Wa led two or three steady girls, to put
We notice S. A. Clarke's uameamo-ig the
the arrivals at the Lick House San i iuncit
co. John M. Garrison formerly of Salem,
and now a teacher at Corvallis, was among
t je callers yesterday.
It is reported that McFadden, lately sen
tenced to the Penitentiary from Linn "coun
ty, is likely to die.
" Ain't we having lovely weather," is an
everyday salutation just at present.
Geo. L. De Pram, the enterprising music
dealer of Portland, is in the city. He will
depart hence to-day.
We have received a copv of Carl Pretzels'
Brognostedekader for 1673. It is an excel
lent cure for the blues, and would make a
exsuroo door-sill smile for joy.
Take in your tender plants before Jack
Frost nips thein. He. snows no partiality.
One duck to four boys is a good average
of the game captured by our young hunters.
If you feel lonely and want lots of compa
ny rushing in to see you, just advertizo a
small house to rent.
The excellence of our public schoqls is at
tracting attention in manv quarters and
contributes largely to tne "growth of our
A youn" lady of this city is cruel enough
to boast that she has rejected ten matrimo
nial offers within the past three months.
Some of the mud holes in State street are
being filled up with gravel. An excellent
Our Boad Commissioner has been repair
ing some of tiie sidewalks. Do so gome
Frank Hard. Postal agent, was in the city
Considerable sickness in the city and the
physicians appear contented.
The depraved humanity are already shak
ing dice across the bloody cliasm for
If the Buxton tiro don't raise the tariff on
woolen blankets, a few more such nights as
the last one will.
I l.tIiWITIU lltO I.AM.VI IO.V
I Washington, Oct. 11. By the rre&ident
j of the United States of America, Proclama
' Wlienias. That the revolution of another
', year lias airain brought the time win n it is
' u.-nil to lok back tixm the past and pub
, licly thauk the Almighty for his bkssmgs;
Whereas, If any one people has more oc
casion than aimt.ie r for such thuni. fulness
, it is the citizen of the United States, whoso
govt rnm- it is t.ieir creature, subject to
' their Ik h i U ; who have reserved to tiivni
sehis ample civil and i liginus freedom and
equality before the law; who during the
last twelve months have enjoyed ex mptirm
from any grievantts or general calamity,
and to vim prewpi rity in agriculture,
maii'ifneturvs, and commerce has been
' voucliSiifed; therefore,
Mvj by these considerations I recom
mend tliat on Thursday the 28th dav of Xo
vemlier next, the pe-ople meet at their re
, spective house-a of worship, and there make
1 acknowledgment to God for his kindness
' and Ixwiity. In witness thereof, I have
' hereunto aet my hand and caused the seal
' of the United States to be- atlixed. Done in
I the city of Washington the 11th day of Oc
: tober, in the year of our Lorei A. "D. 1S72
) ami tlie Independence of the United States
t tile 7th-
I (Signed) C. S. GRANT.
! Preside nt.
I THAKMJII.U ri:o. LAHA TIO.
I Aetaxywlefigiii; the uanifolrt t:iv,-r-
I which li.-ive rverived as ;l people
i during tiie ye.ir now drawing to a
do-, :iik1 tliiitikfti! tor pleiiteou kir
i ve.. .gf'iK-ral health and a--uivd iiro
; perily. I revoiliineiid to the ;M'ople of
! tlii "State the ob-orvauet ot Thur-'dav.
tlif twentv-eiglitli day of NovciuUt.
A. I). I S74, a-i it day of thank-giving
a i xl j -raise to the Givat Author ot all
ble-:siiuT and that o:i tl.nt day tlx;
n-epl-a-'til)le in their tibial place f
wwr-hiji and "mtde-r thanks for the
"rrat Keix-Sts we have received at His
In i ids-""
, In witness
wliereof I have
.S. i llert'llll
set inv hand ami
' twined the Great Sen I
State to tr affixed. Lmiie at the Ex
ttetitiw OtEe-e, ill the city of 5vdem,
t!ij 7iiJay of Xovemlier. A. L). 1 S72.
15y the Governor: L. V. GKOVKlt.
Atte-t. S. F. Ciiaiavick. Sec. State.
"PtasuAAL oii.uATiox." i
Xot wishing to be outdone by the
Sajj Fr.iucisco press in imiarting in
tunnatiAU, a Chicago paper lias gone
iisto the -peronar' litMiiess, and does
it after tioe following tyle :
Hiram ones, of Naperville, picked
teeth on the steps of the iileius
BrigxditT General O'Bannon. of
ISue Gra-'s took his pre-Adamite
IVmrlwu from a siphon bottle, yester
day, at itarke's Hotel.
Mr. George 11. Groby, of Dtilnth.
Arctic Circle, kicked off the tied clothes
at the Brgs lIoti-e lat,night, cur-ing
his dream- and the exe'essive heat of
tltis tropical clime.
Prol. EWzer Snow-flower, of Evans
ton, tii-cajjted the roy at ilinner at the
Gardner ilou-e. yesterday afternoon,
ami thouglit himself unobserved.
Swiies. of the Sherman Hou-e dined,
yesterday, grated a wooden hutmeg
over a pale yellow Tom and Jerry for
IXficon Iweiii.ticl Smithei-s, ot Hartford.
31 r. I- B. Koberts, of Cane Ch1.
poruade! himself outside of one h-li
hall at the Sherman llou-e ye-ter
Simon Camden. K-.. c!erk ot one
sawmille at O.-likn-li, and one of "the
boys" of that city, is stuping at the
Barnes Hois-. The i-einou oi'or of
the piny woods exhale from Ins jj;:tr
mciitsas lie ll its along Canal street.
'U.S. Smith, of Burlington, Iowa,
threw his leg over the back of a chair,
in silent, contentment and afterdinner
bliss, at the Gardner House, yestef'
j Flukenblower Snigglewortliy, of
Cincinnati, iii-K-Tflied the cabalistic
t characters ot his name upon tlie inky
...nf iksU n,u .i.
1 i " -... .-v.
yeen ay. I he blooming tassett
J f , , Y . . ".v.,...-,
luiueieu in in me jKJii, auu us IX'U a- n
rose is lie.
I Percy tie Vore Boggs. ot
: Hall, Stoke Poggis, Yorkshire,
f laud, snuffed ironically, and cried hys
) terii-ally "No lavender." as he iiiscrt
i ed himself between the sheets of the
Briggs House, lastfnight.
When the 'iDaily Fulsifler" was
i laid by his plate, yesterday, at the
; Grand Central. Hon Kristin Corning,
t of Wyoming Territory, plaintively
j asked tlw clti-ky atteiidcut to try to
i get at the 4,iiul" of the jokes with' the
i nut-era kcr.
Hon Ebenezer Androscoggin, of
Kennebtiuk, fractured the Maine Li
quor law at the bar of the Treinout
House, last evening. "All taps Is
i wainties." said the disinterested
j Drake, who was standing by.
Stop the Interkst. Lftniel Web
ster once dined with an old Boston
merchant, and when they came to tlie
wine a dusty old bottle was carefully
decanted hy Peter and passed to the
host. Taking tlie bottle, he poured
out Mr. Webster's glas3 and handed it
to turn. Then, pouring out anotner
tor himself, he held it to the light and
"How do you like it, Mr. Web
1 think it a very fine specimen of
"Now. yon cant guess what tnat
costs me." said the host.
'Surely not" said Webster: "I
only know that it is excellent."
Well, now. 1 can tell you, for I
made a careful estimate the otln-r day.
When I add tlie interest to the first
price, I find that it costs rue the sum
of just $1.59 a glass."
" Good gracious, vou tlon't say so ?"
said Mr. Webster, and then, draining
his glass, he hastily presented it again.
with the remark ft ill It up again
quick as you can. for I want to stop
that confounded interest.
Tlie coolest woman yet heard from
in Connecticut is a n egress who fell
into the water at Meriden, lately. A
man rescued her, and after a profusion
of thanks she gently requested him to
please set an apple which she had
droppedinto the water, which lie did.
"What are you tlrawine Anna?
' I'se making your pictnr'' So the
gentleman sat very f-till, and she
worked away very earnestly forawhil
Then sle topted. coiiqiared her work
with tlie original, and shook her little
head. "I don't like it much " she said
"Tiint much like you. I dess I'll put
a tall to it and call it a dog."
BOSTON SINCE THE FIR;.
Tlie Story of a Miii-vivor ol"
Me " JllsMMirDlaanlrr.
ATTEMPT TO KILL AN F.PITOK.
SPEAKER BLAINE ONTHE
Speculations About the Cabinet, Army,
and Supreme Court.
Official Returns from Virginia-
KANTEKN I W.
BvsUtu Mure the Fire.
Boston, Nov. 13. All the theaters
tender benefits in aid ot tlie sufferers.
The police stations are tilled w ith
property recovered trwn thieves ; f 10,
0(H) worth lias been restored to the
owners, and 10,000 worth await
Gas was turned on to-day. relieving
tiie city of the darkness which pre
vailed the past two nights.
On sea ruling the rnins on the site of
Nixon & Co.'s store, on Washington
street, a small bundle of cWred hu
man remains was found. It was im
possible to identify the remains, but it
is known rhat two men peiislieil in the
tire at that place.
X:w Yokk. Xov. 13. It is esti
mated that 1"0.000 hides were de
stroyed at the Boston lire. Price
have advanced considerably. Unfin
ished leather has advanced ten per
cent.; sole leather from three to six
ier twiit.. and further advances an?
anticipated Iw-re in the conr-e of th -month.
iSlieep skins are high in price.
It is estimated that 30.000.UUO Mind i
ot wool, including manufactured wool
ens, were drtroyed in the fire. The
price here has advanced ten per cetit.,
and is expelled to go higher.
ASurtivor 1'ioiu the liurueJ crr
New Yokk, Nov. 13. IVilthuu
Jones, a pHngcr on the ill-filed
ste-atner Mi-souri. and who ws among
the few that escaped, arrived here a
day or two since, in company with
oilier survivors. His story of the dis
aster and his ee-ii'e cont :in .Hi iftui
of pain'iil interest to the friends nf
Col. AMiei t S. Krans. iitasiitotb as it
Ui.ciiMilitt IIv fur.ii-hes the o.iiy rt-rtaiit
e-!ih- to hi- fate. Jones sa-s rliat (after
tel i.ig of the launching of tfw rimrs
lliere was a pnsnei- :i Cofonil
somebody. 1 do.i't know his name
juuipi d overboard fiom the sli Bp after
we had been cur adrift, and tried t
gi t into otir boat. Lilt he sanfc agitiu
and never rose.
An 4lt.-uiut to liill mi V.ArUMr
LiXiANSl"Oi;T. (Indiana), N. 1.7.
Williliiu t;. Mon-au. editor of thr I.o
g.iiisport Mm. was shot to-day and r
rion ly. if not fatally woundi-d. by
Fnde Dykeiii.iu, a prominent vitizen.
I he e-ause of the- shiMiting wa - an arti
cle in !at week's Sun deiinwcing
Lyken aei. A mob of titty itun em
pioyeil ly Dykeinan sought t t r and
teat her Mort-an last night. If were
prevei ted bv the wilie-e. and -ix wr
a: r,-ti d
1.AT1.K Ma tor Morean is i-jit -ls-riou-ly
wounded as was at llusi sui
posed. Arrival r lias. Frnuei Axl tms.
Ni-.V YoiiK. Nov. 13. Charles
F ram is Adams arrived by ths-steaiur
The Forty-Ttiird onrrw.
Washington. Nov. 13. A sper'al
says tint Sieaker Blame is iu favor nf
organizing the Forty-third Owigres
imiuiiliately upo:i tlie adjoiirsur(eit nC
the present one, on the 4?h of M-erct
next, inasmuch as tlie law foviding;
Inr a continuation ot the s-iou ot
Congress b y nil this lime hns b ca re-H-.-i!ed.
Ol course this plaii presup
poses some legislation to that effect this
winter, and the Sjieaker h:v already
written several h-tters to prominent
members of the lb n advoi-.-King tl e
p;rssage of a t ill to meet this contin
gency. Ib suggests the election ot
all illicers for the House and .ippotnt
mciit of committees lor the ForJy-lhittl
SpeculnUoHK mi to Appoints.
New Yokk. Nov. 13. Wm.. M
Kvarts is now mentioned as stiwessor
to Secretary Fish. General Meigfs a
successor to General Merde, anil ralge
Settle of North Carolina a srnvessor
to Justice. Nelson ol" the Ntiporrue
Court, who is about retiring ou account
of old age. x
Virarinlu 2 OOO for iirnU
Richmond )Va.). Nov. 13. Official
and reported returns of iwariy the
whole State give Grant a majority uC
Chicago. Nov. 13. The weather
tnrneil suddenly very cold htst night.
To-day is a regular winter day. At
Omaha t lie thermometer is repot ted at
six degrees below zero.
Bo-tox. Nov. 13. The- Miitreil
Company states its lo,.sat aL.TW.OOO.
with cash and -ecurities on haml to the
sinou.it of 775.(HK).
Tlie old Smth Church h.ishren Ir.id
for two years for a Po-totlice.,
Chicago. Nov. 14. The committee
of lniesale grocers who arr niing :
-nb-icription for Bo-ton have .tlrdy
raised $75,000. They reevivrd a tele
gram yesterday from Bo-ton grwers.
trying that Ihe money is in needed.
i,lnc;igo tias (lone ncr slwre.
Specials from Boston mterite tlie
statement that the amount of personal
soffering caused by the fire is very
TAILS. New Hampshise Election Returns.
4artlon by the Spanish Gov
AUSTRALIAN TELEGRAm COM
l'LETFJ). K.1.STEKX 5KWS.
Boston ntHcelliweoiu Item.
Boston. Nov. 14. V. II. Hawley
& Co., bankers, whose teuiKrary sus
pension was announced, resumed busi
One daily, fifteen weekly and eleven
monthly papers werebnnit out of tliclr
quarters by the fire, while almost
every printing office iu town suffered
more or less.
The resolution adoptcA by the Relief
Committee to accept contributions
from other cities in aid of the sufferers,
will afford immediate relief to many
poor families who lost their all, and to
thousands thrown out of employment.
The noble generosity exhibited
throughout the country is calling forth
thanksgiving from grateful nearts.
Bangok (Me.), hov. 14. The stock
holders of tlie Eastern Insurance Com
pany to-day subscribed a sufficient
amount to pay all lae8 by the Boston
lire, and to enable the company to
Washington. Nov. 15. The Comp
troller of the currency, Knox, has re
turned from Boston, and reporU that
in the banks of the city there are
$87,000,000. with a surplus of f 20.
000.000, and their losses are only a
million and a half. He says that
financial prospects, in view of these
facts, are cheerful, and business U fast
resuming its usual channel.
Mew llamporiirc Election Returns.
Concord, Nov. 14. Full retnrns
from the State give Grant a majority
British Claims Paid.
Washington, Nov. 14. The Mixed
Commission on American and British
claims to-day awatded claims amount
ing to $300,000, gold, to be paid by
the United States to Great Britain,
principally lor the property of British
siibiects destroyed or seized by tbe
Union forces dnrine tlie war.
Ran Juan Award.
The Department, of State received
to-day an official copy of the award
made hy the Emperor in the San Juan
Lieut. 'Col. A. II. Stevens, -Ir.
formerly in command of the Fir 1
Bataiiion of Massachusetts Cavalry,
who was the first Union officer win
entered Ricli.moiiel, and received its
surrender from the Mavor. diet! .it
his residence in East Cambridge to
Washington. Nov. 14. It is in-ot
able that Gen. Crooke. now coinniaic -
the Department of the Lake.,
will soon be retired, being over sixty
two years old, and having been it,
service forty-five years.
Pardon hy tlie Smlli Uovern
uviitof mi American Itizeu.
Dispatches to General Sickfes at
Madrid report the pardon of Juliii-Kryzwaszyu-ki,
Kryke, undergoing a sentence of tel.
years' imprisonment for participation
in the Ryan expedition from Caton to
Punta Rasa in 1S71. Kryke is a Pole
by birth, ami was a citizen of the
United states, and distinguished him
self in the volunteer iirtny during the
rebellion. For his participation in an
expedition against Cuba he was origi
nally sentenced to death.
Exchnuire of Cougi-ntultlons lie
tween Califoriiln nnd Aus train oi
(he Completion of Telegraphic Ton -
San FitANCisco. Xov. IS. The for
mal opening of telegraphic coiiiuitiui
cation between Australia and the bal
anceof the civilized world is made tin
oci-asion of exchange of good fellow
ship between the Mayors of Adelaidi
and San Francisco, as the following
correspondence will explain :
To the Mayor of San Francisco:
The Mayor of Adelaide congr..iul.tte
the Mayor of San Francisco on the oc
casion ol the banquet at Adelaide to
celebrate the completion of telegraphic
communication with the world. Dated
Nov. 15. la'72.
San FhasciKJO, Nov. 159:23 P.
U. The Mayor ot San Fra.icisco con
gratulates the Mayor of Adelaide en
an event so interesting to the secial re
lations and general pro perity of Au
traJia and California.
Fulltirl iiik lu Tremble.
New York. Nov. 10. A Washing
ton speci.-d says the city is tilling rap
Villy with politicians, wl.o C niuient s,
vcrelv U;ion the eoiir-e of tlie Piv:i
lent, in relation to the Civil Servic
n't'rx:' a in inifc-ted in his rem irks t
the fS-'iiusylvania delegatio.i in regar
1 t the appointment of the po tmtstei
: at riiii.-tdelnllia. I hey allege that the
' itrict entom'mi'nt oi Civil Servic
; nilcs will exclude many men trom
. ho'ding ollicc who h ive just el liins on
; tix- Republican party, and who ca.
' crcilitattly till ihe ollk'es tor which the;,
' app'y; but nevertheless cannot pas
a Civil Service examination!.
Boston. Nov. 1 i. The rem iins o'
I two bodies were taken from the ruin
' ef i tie tire on Wednesday. Tlie re
maiasare in-charge of an u id rtakcr.
1 l'litie i-no way of identifying them.
; exe-ept by patches of their c 'orbing
I'Ik- body'ot the mother of Miss Mutlia
llutcliinso,,, has Urn found among the
. nr is of -.hrcve. Comptiet & I'o.'s sror..
1 Mi-s Uutclnnseiii -aved hcr;elf by jil n:i
! i.ig trom a window. Search co itiuil.-s
, for otlier Ixxlies.
t Boston, Nov. HI.--A contribution
' of live thou -a ud dollars was iveeived
' to-day from the Chicago Police for the
' Bo-itiiii police.
Wilmington, Nov. 1-1. The official
vole of the State gives Grant a majori
ty of !MI: and 'f '-.'and, iRep.j tor Co.i-
gress, 352 majority.
Richmond, Nov. 1J. OlhVinl re
turns from all t e counties of the State
' but one. have been received. Grant's
majority is 1.97. . One itou t yet to
1 hear from is reported to give Greeley
. New Yokk, Nov. IS. The di-opsy
I that, has eUevted horses upon the ihs
! appearance of the epidemic appears
- to- be passing away. The disease is
i now assuming a milder type. There
are few fatal ca-s-s.
' Snow commenced falling here this
LoiTsvtl.LE. Nov. 15. The horse
' disease has disabled aUmt all the
Imrrs in the city, and is interfering
I.J nrh Law.
On Sunday nijrht a mob f.irced oppn
the jail of Itallard e-ouuty ami took out
Hii' Iiratitlon a negro charged with
outniginsj a white girl and hanged
l'HILADK.LPHlA, Nov. 1C It i
; snowinn bens this afternoon.
! Kingston. Ont., Xov. 1 . A now
; storm is prevailing, a number of vc
' sels are e-omielled to put into harbor.
QfKBKO. Nov. If). A telegriiui sitys
: that Captain Vivian of the barkcntine
John llpiiry. wivckcd at Cape tJove
was rescued; but the crew was lost.
Tacksos, Mich.. Nov. 16 By the
' tailing of a se-.iilold to-day at the new
passe, igcr depot now building here, a
large number of workmen were pcreip
itatel a distance of fifty feet upon tim
; tiers below. Eleven ot tliem were se
riously hurt. Two luive since died, j
OOiclal Election Returns.
Trenton. Nov. 15. The official nia
' jority for Grant in New Jersey is 1 1.
5T)0. Little Rock, Nov. 15. Return.
; official aud uiiollicial, from every
j county in the State, give Baxter over
' 70() majority for Governor.
From Sua Frnnolwo.
i San Francisco. Nov. Hi. A nicet
i ing of tifr members) of the press and
J friends of the late Albert S. Evans
was held at 1 P. M. to-day in the loth
: District Court room, C W. Crocker
presiding. A committee wasappoint
i ed to draft resolutions expressive ot re
j gret at the loss of Col. Evans, and ot
sympathy for ids bereaved wife and
i children. A exnnnitti-e was also ap
; pointed for the purpose of ei living
! such aid as may be found necessary
. and jiro)er in the settlement of his es
I Ute tor their benefit.
A personal altercation occurred this
' afternoon in the presence of U. S.
; ("ommisioner Sivaere. between Ii-
tnct Attorney Morrow and Attorney
T. D. Suiiivan.
San Fhancisco. Nov. 17. The ex
amination of K. M. Iee, St las Stone,
Win. Fern and Mrs. Pleasant, fer aid
ing the Brothertons to ese-ape, was
concluded tit a late hour last night.
Fern was? dismissed and the others lield
Posters are up all over town that
Laura D. Fair will lecture at Piatt's
Hall on the evening ot Nov 21st ou the
suject of " Wolves in the Fold."
Interior California. Dlapntchra.
Sutter Creek. Nov. 17. A young
roan named Richard Jackon, at tbe
Amador mine, wasacidentally knocked
into the shatt bv a bucket, yesterday.
i Search was instantly4 commenced for
I his body. One leg at a time was first
i found; rtien his body trom lower ribs
down; then his two arms. Next the
ret of his bodv. with the head all gone
from the lower Hp up. in the dump of
tne l.axj toot level. The worst nian-
fled man ever killed in the mine,
le is a member ot the I. O. O. F..
aud will be buried by them in their
A lady of an eastern city was riding
in a street car tne other day, tne only
occupant being a tall lank gentleman,
with cadaverous countenance. The
lady was dressed In deep mourning,
and her fair aud interesting face look
ed ont from a sliadowy veil. After
riding a block or two the gentleman
edged up to her quietly, and aid :
Lady V She did not understand him
at first, and did not look around, sup
posing that he was talking to himself.
I,ady." said the firm deep voice.
She turned around aud met tlie full
gaze ot the cavernous eyes. "Lady,"
said the speaker coming an Inch near
er, his eyes looking sympathlsingly at
her black attire. "Uuiy KOuiaw you
like some thing in the tombstone lint V
The car strap was pulled, a veil let
down, and. the lady vacated the car,
i with a lurking smile on her face.
UJCK RIVER PAPERCO
Samples aud Circu
lars sent free by
. 0. MCRRICE,
Sols At ot for
tun and Idaho.
THE TESTIMONY OF ALL
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THE OLD ECT AND BEST.
D K. II fF ALAND'S
.Vir.V.V STOMACH HITTERS.
iHK FIHST an l Mi.-t HenHhful Tniej
ereruiirtMtueed in the r'uiutl Staler
intlieian Kr.i!u-i,-n mar
ket for -, vr TWENTY
ni; Uie itKiny ner ,-auttlfl-h:c
U)T tnvar. tike
Si'e tiave ceiUs'.Hntty lr
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for rrelsiii wafer for
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for It irn tr ntock
Kvit man who Itusha-t xjr'ricnoe I" the
la -r v wa . el' rii a iit. knvi.
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t ir ,!i e, t- -w ''tr.e,if :i i t fre- Tr im tmiwini
intieil; h- e'- Jli -iil-i fo f l-,..- v.i'er :i. Hie l;Uii
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Pure Wines and Liquors.
At all hours or the ia-r ai l oiijtx, br a
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nov3:72w3 i ,
Corner Wofthiagton nnd Meeona Sis.,
The above Institution has been opened for
the treatment oral) Chronic ami rrivale dis
eases lit male and females, anl since the ouen
inn of ihe abore many who have fufferetlfor
years, and emploredthe b M Medical a wall
a Surgical ta'ent li bout relief, have since
they came uner my treatment been restor
ed to health.
In all cases of Stricture a cure guaranteed,
fel'-brnted Freurli iV-trulntiou Pill to
remove obstruo e I menstraii ion sent free by
mail on receipt of price. Si 00 per box.
All letters, consultations ana examination
V. U. ULAM, St. D.
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IN THREE 310?TTH
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selling the Ureaicst Book uf the
Age, the .
Struggle of '72.
The Issues and Candidates of the present
ixilui--.il campaign, Historv and Platforms,
itevlew nf limit Administration. The Rec
ord m Horace Greeley, by Everett Cliainlwr
lin, formerly of the Chicaito Tribune. The
llustrations are drawn expressly for the
work by Stephens Entirely original. The
Snent, both humorous and nave. 11 vofl want
tn make money send one dollar for ont fit, ami
rjciirc teriitorj at once. Terms, Ac. furoish
l on application. Address,
A. L. BASCUOFT CO.,
Jnlyi7ilAw:tf Ran Francisco, ctnl.
rts.7:s yiCKus t Campbell have
lit moved their Dress Making rooms to
Kenyan's B il'dlng on State street, over the
New York Bakery, where they woo Id be
plensed to see their old customers, and a
ninny new ones as mar favor them with a
call. Itememlier the place.
R. R. R.
CIKES THE WORST PALY
nr feom ohe to twenty mhttjitbi.
NOT ONE HOU
BDFFEE with pain.
RADWAY'S READY REUEfx
13 A CURE FOR EVERY PAIN.
It ni Ut first ud U
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
That Instantly atop th moat scractatiiiK pftins, ilUra
lodsuiimatKitii, avad rra Cosrcstioos, wocihar of tkm
Luiifrt, Stooucti, bvwala, or othct glutU or nrguia, bj wi
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES.
Ns matter bow vlolootor zcnciMi&c th Pia U
KHEL MATIC, Bd-ndaDf luMrm, Cnp.dt NarTova,
Neutaigii:, tr proatntctl with diac: nay aitr,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER.
IN FI.AM MATION OF THE BOWELS,
CeNOESTlO.N OF THE LUNGS,
SORE THROAT, DIFKlCl'LT BKEATH1NU,
PALTITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROLr, DIPHTHERIA,
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
Tboppllntloiiol tfaa HEADV RELIEF u th
pulor pm hr th pva or dlflcvlty xlau will
mtttjri iim .ud cunilurt.
T.lj drop, io balf a loinblvr of w,lr will Is f,w
nomMU core e'kA.MPS. bPAbMS, &OL'K STOMACH,
ble'K HEADACHE, HEAUTBLKN, DIARRHEA,
DYSENTERY, COLIC. WID IN THE SOW ELS,
tu4 oil INTERNAL PAINS.
Trm.!n tbottld ftlwor carry '. bottl of Rsd -mmy'm
Keadjr Hrllrf witk ta.m. A few drnp. to
it,i will urvtaticKOMior jMun, trom cbtugoef wour.
It U Itttwr lau Frocb Srftscjr or Huwn m lUTDttUal.
FEVER AND ACUE.
FEVER AND AGUE enml for fifty cnU. Tltr Is
ot renntdlal affent ta thia world that will car !"'
and Ara. said atll other Ulnoua. Bilioua, Scvl
Tvph"td, Yiluw, mad other Fvvvrt (aidtxl by RAJ
WAY'S PILLS) to quiet at RADWAY'S READY
RKLIEF. Fifty cnU per buttl. bold bv Drunritu.
STRONG AND PURE RICH BLOOD INCREASE
OF rLESH AND WEIGHT CLtAR SKIN AND
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL.
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING CURES I
SO QUICK, SO RAPID ARE THE CHANGES THE
BODY L NDKRUOKS. UNDER THE INFLUENCE
OF THIS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE,
Every Day an Increase in FleaK
and Weight is Seen and felt.
THE GREAT BLOOD PLRIFJER.
Every drop of tae SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLV
ENT cornmunlratea thromgb the blood, Sweat, (Mae,
and other fluids aad juices of the aytteto the vigor of
life, for It repair the wuttt of the body with sew tad
ovad malarial. Scrofula, SyphilU, CoaaompUoB, Olaa
dalar diaeaie, Vlcera ta the Throat. Movtfa, Ttinon,
li odea ta tfae Gland and other parte of the syatem. Sera
Erea, Slrooioas Diacbargea from the Can, aad the went
rta of Sain diaeaaea, Eraptiofia, Fever Sores, Scald
Head, Ring Worm, Salt Rheoin, Eryalpetu, Acme,
Black Spota, . Worm In the Fteah, Tumors, Cancers la
the Womb, and all waieniof aud painfal discharfM,
'ifht Sweats, Loss of Sperm, and all wastes of the
.lf priociple, are within the curative range of this won
der of Mudera Chemistry, and a few days' use will prove
to any person atlng it for either of these forms of disease
lu pctent power to cure them.
If the ptilient, daily beeomins; reduced by the waste
RDd decuiitpf'sition that is continually proreesina;, tnc
cfeds in arresting thrae wastes, aui repairs the mm
with new material made from health v blood and tali
the SAKSAt'AKlLHAN w;ll and doii secure.
Not only de the 5arAatLLt RaaoL aicr ea-rt
atl known reined ml aarenU in the rure of Chronic,
Si-rofulou, C'rns'.ilMtwMi, and Skin ditraxet - fcut It is
the culy 1 alttve cere for
KIDNEY AND BLADDEB COMPLAINTS,
Urinary and Womb diseaaea, Gravel, Diabetei, Dtvrv,
upp)- f Watrr, lt.c. ntioeBce of Urine, bright ih
eas, Ai&ammurU, aud la J caees where there are
brichdust drposiU, the water u thick, clondv, mixed
with awtLan.e nke the whte of an . or threads liae
wbite siik. wr tlierc is a murbut, dark, tilioos arpearanoe,
acd white bunrUdtt dej u;ts, and when there ts a pnek
Idk, Imminf trmiiuio ben pautoa; water, and pain ia
the biaail : tit lis aud alwsg the Lo:aa. fnce, (1.0ft.
Tbf onlv know, uj Mr Kcucdv for WORMS
PIN, TAI E, .ic.
Tumor of 12 Years' Growth
turret by Kndtcny'a RemolvmU
Perfect Pmative Pills,
perfectly tasUleas, elegant) v coated with sweet
purge, rep.av. pgnty, cleanse, and strengthen.
wt a rtiia, tor .oe
e Cur, of m'.i diiurdcra ol th Sl.rwK
Duwvim. n :u ur j u t.r.arr . nervous dikuw,
HUcb. Conatipsttcn, CoticaM, iDdlffwlUon, ly-
Kpus, B'ltoaiocM, B.tiova Frvm, iDAsmDisUoa of u
wils, Ptln, ,d all Irunwitu ol th InUrnsl
Vwcrs. WsrrsBUd ia effort s potitiv, curs.
wwn, cwaiuming no Mrcuy, uim.z.-i.
A l.w dn f RADWAY'S PII.LS will fns Uw
rvMfiii frao mil Ik sbor-samd ditordcn. Prlo. It
9mlt per bi. NLD BY DHUUU.hTS.
READ " FALSE ASD TRUE.-' .Vnd oat trtttr
t,tip I RAhWAY 4 CO., N. St Wrr Strwi,
i.rt. umbium worm uniomi wi a Ok Mat
T II K
'Will sew evervthing needed In a family, fraa
the heaviest to the lightest fabric.
IT ROES MORE WORK,
MORE KIXDS OF WORK,
A.D BETTER WORK,
Thau 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 KILL, Agent,
19 New Montgomery Street,
Grand Hotel Building, San Francisco,
for Circular and tanxpUt f
the teork. Active Agcntt seasXed ijs
Feb. 1 djtwiv - tfaic&SS
CURE FOR FEVER AND AGUE
COWiP. EXT. of EUCALYPTUS.
lr. 3.H. Coleman
of San Fram-ixco, amlaev
ereial eminent physicians
of Lnrope have been co-
operanngaiinnir me past
Injr In hosidtal pr.tctlce
wlh the medtetnal proK
ertles conialnet in the
Eucalvntu. and the re
sults show that as a cure for Fever and Anie
It is better than 0.nlntne, as in 118 test
cases where Quir.ine hail been given unmuv
cetully, 91 were cured Willi Eucahptua,
In the IT: 8. Marine Hospital where exten
sive experiments were made with Dr. Cole
man's Extract. every case of Fever anil Ague
was cured with this remedy a'one.
It has also been proven In the same hos
pital, that when prepared by Dr. Coleman
pecu'lar process tt I? a most invaluable reme
dy for nil diseases of the Kidneys, B'adder
and I'rlnarv Canal, and many cases were
cured with this prepara ion a'one. that had
len pronounced Incurab'e, with any other
known remedy. For lhee diseases it can lie
confidently relied rpon as the most effica
cious remedy ever offered to the public Un-
use most nmcr vauiao e remedies, it is apiea
santcorital. and is not rejected bv the most
sensitive stomach. The Docntsritv which
Coleman Omiponnd Extract of Encatyptns
ha a' read v attiineil has given blnh to several
hae imitations none but Coleman's is genu
ine. Dr. Co'eman refers bv permission to the
rollowinir wen Known gentlemen In Jn rran
clwo, who can vouch for its efficacy, from
ncrxonal experience and knnwlede.
(1. y. Avhnr. of J. D. Arthur A Son, Agri-
cu'iurai it ;ireuouwe, cor. ot uauiornia arm
E. (i. Matlhew Grain Merchant, 207 Davis
Col. Wm. Wolfe, No. RS5 Mtrket street,
formerlv Passenger Agent for tbe CaL Steam
Wm. II. Patterson. Atty. at Law.
For sale by BELT 4 JOHNS, DRUGGISTS,
CHAS. LAXCLEV 4 CO.
General A stents.
Cor. Clsv and Battery Streets, 8a Francisco.
ANDERSON & RHAWL
Are prepared to do all rvca m the line of
WATER AND STEAM FITTINGS.
ripE and FIXTURES coastantly on hand,
and work done at short notice.
Salem, Oct. 4, 1S71. d
; c- a-
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&a Telegraphic and General Current
isB" Newf. fa
S"It will have every wrn-k a full and3
3S relinbte report of the Market. J3.
J2TIt will contain, every week, a large Jf3
fit" amount of Carefully Selected ttndlJ3
HFl iterefltng Miscelia ie.iu Ktslnig Jf-J
iT Mutter. J&t
i3T Jut the Paper fr ti e Farmer and fit3
g Ms Family.
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r the Mechanic.
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iz the Business Man. fl
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A A d J 4 tf 4
ki ku Ui kj ki Ui U
d d &
d d &t
ki u U
chas. e. Dubois,
Manufacturer of aud wholesalejjwd retail
FURS OF ALL KINDS,
Cor. Building-, First St., one door from Wash
ington, Portland, Oregon. -
LadieSi and Gents' Furs on hand and
made to order.'
Highest cash price paid for ail kinds of ran.
Repairing neatly none and all orders promot
OREGON BRASS WORKS.
(D Street, between Front and FlrsU
Manufacturers of all kinds of
BRASS-WORK, STEAM FITTINGS.
COCKS, SHIP-WORK, PLANER
AbmI all kind of Bnus C'Mtina,BaiS-'
bltt Hetnl, ete.
D. M. MOORE, "
J. H. HAAS
HAS ON HAND
UkTE STYLES JEWELBT
WATCHES A Jfl CLOCK
fSTTSepalnnc done, and sat ia faction gnar
anteed. Ptt-a mock, Mtstte Street, ImOmbi.
New Grocery Store,
FRESH Groceries and New Goods at our
stand oa Commercial Street. Give nt a
call and we will endeavor to p'eae von all.
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4 Coffee, Tea,
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Stlvertoo, Jnne ti, 1871.
FOB THX i
- JCST RECEIVED
All the New Styles
''. Musleal Instrument.,
; - etc.
.- For (be coming Holidays, which we are of
fering to tbe trade at tbe very Lowest Prices.
The trade will and It to tbelr advantage ta ex
amine eur stock before purchasin g el se where
FILDBUSCM A CO..B
306 k 308 Battery, new Sacaramento rt
oct UTtdlm .
Wealth and Ilealtli In
GOOD f A BLE SCREW WIRE
BOOTS AND SHOES. '
"vVill not leak, sad last twice as long.
In this changeable climate nothing 1. more
Important than dry feet; health and life le
: end on it; therefore buy CABLE SCREW
'T1RK Boots and Shoes never leak or rip.
.' . sVCKCS. FtnsTTk , ' . '
PERHON8 WISHING TO PtTBCHASat
choice Cedar and Tew Feaee Posts thia
i prlng at cheap rales, wUl plea, leave their
lnler. for sucbwUa
FABKAK BBOS -
Post office Bnllding, Aalem, Ororoa.
Folwiu.vv 14th. l7i. lwtr 4