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THE CITY AND COUNTY
V'Xi Ihiil; i i-iiiti'n!'i Xo
Watch risKsr.NTvnoN. Now, Dr. O. P.
S. Hummer Siiperiiitetidcntof thin Division
of tin- W. I'. TcliiJiapli, lias liDtl it done 1
him. lie is tlie victim of a conspiracy 1
twirn forty-four tel lirapliio operators.
Tluiiks;,-iv;iit4 Day, at Yreka. tiny captured
him. l'v proxy and t'ne arresting operator,
.1. W. Tjiomjison. luldnnsfd him thusly:
" Iioctur, I liae the lionor as well an the
Kratiticatiou, on behalf the operators of your
Lis;ri( t, of presenting yon with thin watt-h
ami chain as atiliht token of the regard
ami esteem have for you. May our in
tercourse in tiio ftiture, In-an pleasant as in
the past; and when you read the names
hereon engraved, may you always remember
we are your friends."
At thin idago of the proceedings. 3Ir.
Thompson throw in sight of the astonished
JXxtor, an elegant watch and cliain, the lat
ter having engraved thereon, the names of
'-cli of tiie forty-four operator in this dis
trict, and bestowed it npou him. The Doe
tor received it, with becoming umii of
oiirw, and rtplitd:
I accept your gift with a feeling that illy
I deserve tliis splendid watch and chain at
lhe hands of those, who by the prompt, ef
ficient, cheerful discharge of their every du
ty, have already done so much to make lhe
ii-l;'tions brtweVu us so pleasant anil egreea
i ile: and 1 assure you this present shall lv
duiiMv cherished. This iK-sutiful watch
shall f-wr lie to me a memento of the im-
fmrtanee of improving prisent time, and i
shall incite, inn to still more diligence in the j
performance of my duties, in the interests of
the great and good corporation in whose
service, we aro engaged; never teing un
mindful of the welfare of my co-laborers.
And this tine chain r.pon whte golden links
sue engraved forry-tonr named of those
whom I am proud" to call my friends, is
doubly dear to me. As our iiames are so
neatly and endearingly associated, so may
we ever he unitad in love and good fellow
ship to discharge life's every duty that we
may le permitted to one day join that corps
to which disappointments and partings are
unknown. Sincerely and heartily I thank
V! These proceedings and spocc'.ios were tel-
' egraphetl Thanksgiving Day to all the oper
ator in the District, the disjiatch contain
ing also the names of all the operators w ho
Joined tlie gift. We recognize among them,
several old acquaintances. The Doctor is a
lucky fellow, besides being a very pleasant
and deserving gentleman. Now, let him
come to time in matters telegraphic
C 1K I rr coi it r.
iu Jmliie 1'rltiny, Nov.
ourtli luy of the Teriu.
f,MeCraekeu et al.. vs. Swart!; motion for
mlgment on pleadingH, overruled.
Mary Tucker vs. lieu Tuckei, divorce; de
.Jacob ('miser vs. lieaver Hosierv Co.;
leave given plaintiff to withdraw bill of
I iuvon Gilisou vs. ('. K. Reeil; cause set
for Wednesday morning, Dec. 4th, at 9 A, M.
J. It. McC'lane vs. A. O. Dslgu; suit in
e.piity; ordered that Peter Yankee; lie sub-sinnk-d
for Dodge, as defendant.
State of Oregon vs. Thos. McC'lane, lar
ceny, trial by jury; jury failed to agree and
jury discharged from further attendance at
this term of Court.
Augnstine liaymond vs. Jan. Coyle, a
cause in ejectment: evidence being 'taken
before the Court, at the hour of adjourn
ment. Sheriff retnrn.id the following named per
sons in n'tum to venire fur additional ju
rors: Samuel Parker, If. A. Johnson, S. W.
McDowell, C. H. Yeaton, J. V. Coulter. O.
lUiwland, 11. A- liiggs, P. lialtou, Alex.
, The Court adjourned to 9 a. ji. t.i-mor-ror.
Tire Weatheb Qi-estiox. During the
resent month we have repeatedly heard the
remark by long-time residents' that they
"never saw such remarkable weather in No
vemlier" such cold and stormy weather in
the first half, and bright, beautiful weather
in the last lmlf. The month has been a re
markable one. - For twenty years, at least,
we have not had a November with so many
clear, bright days in nil the month, to say
nothing of the list half, which is almost in
variably rainy and windy. But we learn
from older settlers tlian we, that the No
vember of 1H17 was quite similar to this.
In that vear the cold and snow began on the
l'lth and continued till the 21st, when it
turned off warm and pleasant, and there
was no more severe weather during the win
ter. So it seems, after all, that in weather
as well as in all things else, there is abso
lutely "nothing new nnder the sun." If
the coming winter shall follow in the wake
of its prototype of 1847, we shall feel really
grateful for the recent "cold snap."
Wapato Dave. This Grand Eonde brave
lias had his character Bomewhat in peril this
week ; the Grand Jury has been inquiring
whether he killed a squaw in this county
last fall. Dave went on a rousing drunk,
during which, and in his company, a squaw
did him the injustice to die suddenly and
mysteriously, in Dave's wagon. It was
known that he had. in accordance with time
honored Siwash usage, kicked her some,
miffed her some, and banged her around
some just to keep things quiet and pleas
ant and there were people illiberal and
suspicions enough to think that, maybe,
Dave had overdone the matter of patriarchal
chastisement to the extent of kicking, cuff
ing and banging tho woman to rhe other
side of the Indian river Jordan. The Grand
Jury, however, couldn't find it so, and the
imputation against Dave's character for
-peace and quietness is removed. Dave
didn't kill the sqnaw.
THASKSorvisrt ts Salem. Thursday was
quiet as a Sabbath in this city. Nearly all
placeit of business were closed, and those
that remained open might as well have been
shut up. People did not dicker worth a
cent. They had, gene.mllv, a "bone to
pick."with"families or friends : and fur that
iitirjxjse there was much staying at home.
The only public services that we know of
were at" the Presbyterian (.'hutch, where
si-vend of the congregations united in
Thanksgiving .rn i sernx .n by lk-v. Mr.
As Avxiversary. Yesterday was Knick
erbocker's Day. whatever that may mean
It is an anniversary somehow connected
with the evacnatioa of New York, I y the
Itritish. several year ago. If anybody
wants to know more iletinitelv. le t cm find
AxoTur.n Convict. Mr. Dan. L. Green.
Sheriff of Josephine comity, arrived yester
day afternoon, with another convict for the
penitentiary a half-breed, convicted of bur
glary and sentenced to two years imprison
ment. TinsKsviivrso Cider. Mr. Wagner, who
resides near Jackson's Hill, pnt the Stateh
mam boys all in thanksgiving humor. Thurs
day forenoon, with a. couple ot gallons of
splendid sweet cider.
Admitted to Citizenship. Stephen Dc
shautel was admitted to citizenship vit r
dnv. liefore Judge Uonhain, of the Circuit
Frohl Duihj of Sumiii'j Ihr. 1.
ion,", Kwiup T.-ns. Secretary Chad-
wick informs ns that the principal object of
Ins late visit to raigene v n, nm u hum
somo amuigetncBt with tho Survsyor (in
eral by which it iigh bo aseertaimj and
definitely settled, what lands ljelong to the
SUt and what are subject to entry mxter
tlie rnitt d htatos. preemption ana home
Htead laws. The instructions to surveyors
as to the designation of the character of
lands, directs them to designate lands as
arablu where the arable. land of the smallest
legal subdivision predominates. The
swamp lands have Ikk ii located according to
these designations, bv.t it is found that many
settlers have lieen recently going upon
these, so designated swamp lands, and
claiming them under tho homestead or pre
emption laws. Of course this multiplies
conflicts and also reduces the number of
acres which the State can finally make i
available.' The number of contlicte that
havo reached the office of the Board of
School Land Commiasioners, has become so
formidable that something hael to lie done,
to protest not only swamp land claimants,
but tlie rights of the State, in tho premises.
Mr. Chadwfck informs its that an under
standing will probably lie arrived at, by
which the State land will be saved to the
Stab;, without the bottwr and expriuc of
Bonhsin, Jmltfe Saturdnj, Xov. ;M)t!i.
N. P. Jfaekvs. E. B. Fiskoct. al.; me
chanic's hen; judgment of foreclosure for
want of answer.
John C. Hnmner v. Logan A McNaugh
ton, set for trial Monday, Dec. 2. at 1 i at.
A. Kavmond vs. Jas. Covie, suit in eject
ment; trial concluded and cause taken un
der advisement. , ,
A. Raymond . EJvrard t offy; samo as
Mtate of Oregon va The. McClaine, lar
cenv, second jnry trial; verdict "gniltr as
charged m the indietnienir"' Tnesduy Dec.
3, set for pronouncing sentence.
Conrt adjourned till Monday, 2, 9 a. .
Sociil. rAaTyr-Misa.Lumio McCully en-
, . i M , .rum friends l-,flv
evening alr boBia in this city. Thar
largeaiid well furnished rooms were filkJ
. J .1 ir i.. wiia miMt ft'rrw'Hnlfi TTiftn-
S GawTfei. i.ha rvprfcRd herself with
abundant roccew m making her Wtn all
feel at home, bbo iubjwii ""is"
Ol IDDW1UI -
bnko np at a late hour aud every one went
home in excellent umiren ,"r3,"fj"V"
11. KMII.mlmnm llf AIlH l.lllllle.
mem sunu; ----
aud wishing her fu" .meaanrf nf nppiness
in tne invure.
Who Wbx It V There lias lxu no in
Mciry worth mentioning as to the anthor
Jliip of tlie Tombstone maniJesto of 1 tittay.
It is not a Tenisrkable dienmeirt and no
bodv seems to care ; but we have heard It
augiusted that it mentions A. J. Monroe so
frequently and in such flattering , terms, as
to lead to the general impression that he
writ" it. "
A MAosmcEXT Paib or 'kh. Mr. C. D.
Folger of the Grand JUonde Itcnervalion.
eaiuo ver to this city Friday. Among
other things, lie brought along a magnifi
cent pair of elk horns, and presented them,
with the compliments of the Elk family, to
the Siathixax ofliee. The horns measure
each about six feet from Toot to tip, and
at! carry six or seven prongs, averaging a
foot or more in length, each. Mr. Folger
savs, (but then Fulger in such a joker) that
it was the original intention of the elk to
grow them ten feet, each ; but when cap
tured the! words were found on each ex
tremity: "Vetoed-L. F. O. 1872."
Ot-R Sfxtimeets, l'REcisELV. Tho Mer
cury says : "If, among all the mean, low,
vile" and contemptible creatures of this
world, there is one meaner than all others,
it is the man who takes a newspaper for
two or three years without paying for it
and then sends it back "refused."' We
could a tale unfold of a few such men. that
would make each particular hair of tho
average mean man stand on end. And we
are going to do it, before long.
They Hano ox Well. The Grand Jury
has now been in w-ssion a week, and last
evening it adjourned to meet again Monday,
with a prospect of staving till the middle of
the week, at least. The jury presented two
bills of indictment yesterday. The parties
lieiug at large, we are not permitted to men
tion their names.
Taxes Collected. Sheriff Scott and his
deputies collected $5,000 taxes during the
month of NovcmU'r.
Rettusixo. Gen. Palmer arrived from
Vamhill. Friday night, and yesterday, left
for the Siletz Reservation.
Froi Daily of Thi-x:1ii;i .'!.
THE CITY ELECTION.
The "Tax-Payers" Elect Mayor, Re
corder and Treasurer.
Republican 5Inrhnl r.lerted.
THE CITY COUNCIL A TIE.
The election passed off very quietly, with
out more varied scenes than an occasional
drunk. The Tax-Payers' ticket elected most
of their nominees. ' The following table
shows the returns as (veu to the City Re
lt ?.f M ilh
MAYOR. Hiirrf. Wurri. H'ai-rf, Ward.
It. Carpenter SO 112 C,2 47
A.J.Munror tSi 114 12" 53
C. S. Woodworih...2t Wo M Ml
. V. IMh 112 12 49
A. N. Ci'hert tl 111 .52 :
C. J'. Slrnlton 77 11:) HI il
J. A. Ilaker 51 1.10 ft-t M
W. R. Crump '.C M .".s
T. McF. Patton 27
V. J. Babivnuk 32
J. W. Oilbrrt hk
B. F. Brvu n ft)
L. Johnson 21i",
K. M. Wailc 217
n. M, Thatcher V,
J. W. Crawford 56 -
Juhn Smith 41
J. C. Itrrry 37
Geo. II. Jones S7
O. F. Dennis 44
'. Uriffllh 51
K. Strong 63
Republicans In Roman; "Tax-P.iycrs' Tick
et" in Italic.
Total vote of city on Mayor 5-10. A. J.
Monroe's majority over Carptuti. r. 44.
Indian OrrBBEAK. An announcement is
made this morning by State telegraph tliat
the Modoc Indians have openly declared
war against the United States, and a heavy
fight ensued. This wandering band of In
diana have caused a great deal of tronblo to
Agents for several years, by refusing to re
main upon the Beservation. The unmlier
of the insurgent Modocs, including women
and children do not exceed four hundred,
and only about one hundred of thorn are
warriors. Two years ago during Superin
tendent Meacham's term of office, this same
band of Indians refused to go upon the Res
ervation under any consideration, saying
that they wonld fight first. Snpt.- M. had
not mofo than half a dozen men with him
at the time, but with an air of indifference
gav-j Scar-faced Charley, Captain Jack,
lilack Jim and Tho Doctor all of whom
were killed in the present fight until "next
sun-up" to give up their arms or fight.
Scar-faced Charley wanted to know where
his soldiers were, as he could only see six
or se ven, and he would not let his hundred
warriors fight with them. Supt. M. told
him lie had just enough men to whip him,
and if by next "sun-up" they had not laid
down their arms they must fight.
During the night a portion of them took
a stampede and ran away. The next morn
ing Supt. M and liis" six men took aliout
forty guns from the remaining warriors,
and" then escorted them to the Ileservaticn.
He then returned and gathered np all the
stragglers except ono family and took them
to the Reservation also, where they remain
ed a few months only, then ran away again.
Since which time they have been running
at will, as the Department at Washington
ordered Supt. Meaeham to use no force or
attempt to coerce them. So long have tUcy
been allowed to do as they wished, that they
imagine it is impossible to defeat or compel
them to surrender. We understand that a
company of men intend to start from this
city to-day to aid in defending settlers, and
subjugating the wily Modocs now on the
DrED. Albert C. Bnford, aged 23 years,
died at his home in this city iast Saturday
night at 12 M. of lung fever. He had been
suffering intense pain for about three weeks
past, during which time hopes were enter-
tained of his recovery, as at times he would
rouse himself and appear to be improving,
only to fall lower toward the silent physi
cian, death, the healer of every ill. He
was a member of the Christian Church, and
much beloved bv all who knew him,
and his loss will be greatly felt by
his many friends and associates, and his
parting words were for thein to
So live, tliat when thy summons conies to
Tlie innumerable caravan that movps
To that mysterious realm, where raclislia.il
His chamber in the silent halls of death.
They go not. like the quarry-slave at night.
Scon"" ' 'o his imigeon ; but snstain'dar.d
Bv a., uiiiitering trust, approach thv grave,
Like one tliat draw s tlie drapery of his conch
About him, and li'S dov.n to pleasant
Celebrating. And then1 was a sound of
revelry by night. It was " the boys " cele
brating the victory gained at tlie polls.
What the victory wras or who elected made
no material difference, only the were happv
and wanted to cheer every body, so they did,
n-gardlcss of the drenching rain. "They
wanted to sing, so they did without thought
of time or tune. Each man cheered the
lrmdcnt. sang the sweetest and was the only
solrr man in the crowd, according to his
own ecnliar way of thinking. We suspect
a few of them will be troubled with tho "ep.
H'rsE IlraoLAEiZED. The residence of
Mr. Pfrain, near Eola, Polk county, was
entered last Friday morning by a bold and
racklnss hnrglar," who' first succeeded in
poisoning the witch-dog, thus gaining an
onrraaea without disturbing tho family.
After tnftimagimr around for nome time be
awakened Mr. Pfran, who. aupposng it was
onva ma sons, aalted turn u he wero sick,
to which - the thief replied, yes. but upon
nr. i-irans aruung ana s wrong toward
hiin, he turned noon his heels and made
good hi escape, carrying with him a gold
watcn vaiuea at f . -
Stectt Cnosanfos. We do hot wish to
grumble or appear overly particular, hot wo
do wnnt to ask the business men of Com-
ihenual and State streets if it would not be
pleasanter lor pedestrians especially fe
male n tne crosswaiKS were more care
fully attended to. Heretofore a person was
constantly employed in keeping them passa
ble during the winter months. In order to
ford some of onr streets with safety now
the amistance of a resident pilot would be
come necessary. -.... . . .
i Fnrr.RAi. Thais. A very largo number
of friends followed the remains of the lat
John Byrne, to its last resting place yester
day, as tne procession moveel slowly
through the streets, a deep silence and hush
of busy life, bespoke, pli'ner than words,
tlie reverence for thcdcaiL The presence
of death, reminds ns that we, at any time
may be railed from earth, and add another
sepnlcher to life's final home; the citvof tho
dead. . -
, Osce Monr. Fabf.wt.ij Once more wo
aro called to perform the solemn dntv
or saying farewell to Mr. Frank E. Hodg
kin, ex-local of the Statesman. He's gone
from our gaze like a beautiful star. In the
halcyon days gone by we revelled in his
snnny smile, but now he's gone and left us
all forlorn to mingle n the busy marts of
trade at tho metropnh j. In our sorrow per
chance we're not alone r there's another
not a sister not a brother. Tis human to
err, farewell, i ' . -
F literal honci-A special meeting of
Capital Lodge No. 11, L O. O. T., is called
at their Hall Taosday, Dee. 3d. at 12:)
n'olock. for the pnrpoae -of attending the
funeral of our late brother, Albert O. Bn
ford. . A full attendance is desired. Mem
bers of sister Lodges visiting the citv. aro
requested to attend. -',
By order of the W. C, Tv7
- liAEiiB, W. 8.
' Chhwtwa TM!. The Sonth Palem Sun
day School are tlie first to tile intention of
having a Christmas tire at their chnreh,
Christmas Eve. parents are reqnestod by
the Pastor to reserve their holiday presents
tintil that time, iu order to mrke ih occa
sion more pleasant.
! Assistant Editoh. Mr. Samuel C. Simp
son, of this citv, will, we nuderstand, take
his departure for Portland next Hatnrday
to assume the dnties of Assistant Editor on
the Daily bulletin. Mr. 8. has a well-deserved
and widespread reputation as a wri
ter and poet, and his services in the enter
prise wul add greotly to the public favor
already bestowed upon that journal.
fy f .! M. E. Church
!4f-r. rl M tlio:Igisla
will kit an I'
be Hall, on H
iimt. Aa 'U 1 ("
also inttrnnwti Wl
iptn will lr provided;
tv ndaudnffra ao-
loo. tliK-te, qeartvtia.
The uni t of ad'
rp-r1 31 We nftr
. 2d ;
ARmxrrn. TV Nrt ynfrrdr- ht a
lxiy by tlx aai4 f Starr hn4 tro" arrested
for stealing mw Iri and delimit tlienio the
mill, on a i -harf t r Mr. Chase. were
nnablc to get tin no'rTicalari,' and in conse
quence caunot vouch for its truth. ." '
Kecoomzkd. Oriftlin, the man who
stahlied Quinn at Oregon City, and whom
the Enterprise says has not bWn heard of
since, was seen upon the street In this city
last Sunday evening.
Notice. The members of tho Kebekah
Lodge of this city arc reqnestod to meet at
the Hall this evening, as tho Grand Master
will lie present, and exemplify tho work.
Personal J. T. Apperson, Grand Mas
ter of tho Grand Lodge of Oregon, I. o.
O. F.. is at present in this city, and on
Wednesday evening will visit the" Lodges.
Regular meeting of Hook and Ladder Orr.
this evening, at Yeaton's Furnitnro Store.
Commercial Street. Time 7 o'clock, slorp.
A full attendance requested. "
Kkki- it before thf peoplr ! tliut tho
Overland Store has just received a lieauti
ful lot ot Gold aud Orcide Jewelry, brace
lets etc., appropriate for Holiday gifts; also
Waterproof Astrachan ifloth, cloaks pjc. aj
S"erv low price s. 10d
Fortue Hou'Days. Those in waivh off
Holiday presents should step into Terrell t
A Gillingham's store and examine their fine J
assortment of Lace Jollars, Handkerchief.
Furs, Shawls, VclvcttVn, and White Kiblct
Cloaking, Ac, Ac. 5d
Ax Astrolooer Loor v. Prof. Chancy de
livered a course of lectuves at Oregon City
Frask Bf.wley keeps th best market in
Salem. Commercial street, next door to
The Christian Mkssekoer is a first-class
family newspaper. Sent ta any address un
til Jan 1, 1874, for $2.
Address Wells Dniry, l'ublisher,
Monmo uth, Oregon.
Nov. 2!), '72, lm.
New Lard at $1 50 a can at ti te Fulton and
Union Market on Commercial . ttreet.
How would it do to use Hoss 'tetter bit
ters in treating tho Hoss disease ?
An energetic, competent man wanted to
thrash tlie boys in one of our scho vis.
Mr.' Chadwick, Secretary of fits .te, is off
on a visit to Eugene City. Will ri iturn to
day. One of our literary young men, hearing
of "A Dog, afuir Landseer," wants t o know
what he is after him for.
"Deep in my heart a birdluig dw ills" i s
the title of a new song, and not a is iso fa r
doctors, as might be first suggested.
Belt i Johns, Druggists, are out with a
new advertisement this morning., lio
"apothecarelessneas" in that store.
The next term of the Willamette V nivo r
sity will commence Dec. 16th. A "model
school" department is to be one featu re.
A new word coined for the nse of tl te
F resent generation is " apothecareless ness ."
t is short for "an inquest and a fun, :ral ."
A country youth inouind at a city dn ig
store for ten cents' wcrtli of "love powd rrs ;"
"something that would not stir her -up
much, but make her dream of hira of
We have nothing new from the Boaid c f
Equalization. The members aro still dee
in the mysteries of the county assestimen t
rolls. By the way. there are some things ii i
some of those rolls that will probably for
ever remain mysteries.
Bogus half dollars and quarters aro ii i
circulation, and are so well executed thi
they deceive laost people. We havo no
The Congregational Fair will take jolaco
the l.ith ot this iaonu i. j
Mail affairs were ex tremely gentle at the
Skates are as useless at present as a Dutch
almanac for the year I .
Turkey is now safe until Christmas ' and
New Year. Every tnr. key has his day.
Why is the Statksstj us office like the San-
tiam Indians? Whv, i he "Chief is gone. !
P. S, This is a "joake ."
HORACE GRZJ1EY DEAD.
THE MEETING OF CONGRESS.
Tlie Orii-iiei iif JVniiee.
G1UIAT EXCITEMENT I PARIS.
Another War Possible.
Dentil or Horace Urrrley Hi
New York, So v. 2X. The Tribune
to-morrow will pn Wish the following:
Horace Greeley sl ept eight liours and
a halt on Weclnesdi iy night, which gave
him a renewal of strength. During
Thursday lie wai ; more" comfortable
than on Weduei .lay. Though very
weak anil i u ! liincs uiiffnsi.-iou. lie re
ceive without ti iliculty a nIVieienl
amount of nourish nient. At 7 o'clock
la it evening lie tool ; Ix-cl ten, ami soon
afterward "went it lcep. Upon the
whole, however, t is condition i still
such as to excite th e mo-t serious ap
prehensions. NEW VoitK, Xoi .'. 20. Mr. Gree
ley's death is expet ted momentarily,
iKith by his relatives and physicians.
Yesterday false repot ts were current in
many quarters that h is disease hud ter
minated fatally, and many persons be
seiged the Tribune o !lice to ascertain
the true state of affair, s. Jlr. (ireeley
is at Tarrytown, away from the public,
and manv of hU fl-iet ids. Yesterday
evening, at a medical consultation, it
was said it was doubtful if he could live
more than a few day . Dr. L. A.
Hammond, one of the physicians, said;
" I doubt if he wiil 11 e forty-eight
hours longer.- I should ut t be surpris
ed to hear of his death to-n. ight. hile
at his bedside " he added, "Dr. Weed,
an old Iriendof Mr. Grea ley's came
up. Wishing to test Mr. Greeley, I
said 'Mr. Greeley, do you .know Mr.
Weed ? ' Mr. Greeley stared vacantly
and answered that he had u ever met
him before in hialife. He salt I further:
'I never heard the name Weed before."
The doctor described Greeley as talk
ing Incoherently all tlie ttm?, being
quite obstinate, and says ho di e not
know his own daughter. Bet ween 8
and 10 o'clock last evening his-condition
was less favorable. Physicians
did - not anticipate any important
change within twelve liours.
CHICAGO, Nov. 20 11:30 A. M A
private dispatch from Xew York, says
Mr. Greeley is dead.
Illne of Ueora. HeDounld, the Poet.
Xkw Yokk, Xov. 28. George Mc
Donald, the poet, is severely ill at the
residence of a friend at Scotch Plains,
Xcw .lersey. ( .
The Meeting- at 'oiiE;rpt.
Washington, Nov. 2K It Ls cer
tain that a (juorum will be present in
each House of Congress on Monday,
when the President will communicate
The Secretary of tin- Navy has fin
ished his report.
The ('ov.iekt Ketween Tfctrrx aad the
ntlonn! Asmeuibly tireat Exrlte
iient In Paris A 4'rttia not Im
probable. London, Nov. 2S. H was reported
in Paris la?t night that a compromise
would be made'lM-tween the President
and Assembly based on the accep
tance of immediate ministerial respon
sibility bv Thiers, and an agreement
on the part of the Conservative Iep
nties to consider questions of consti
tutional reform afterward. The ru
mors of compromise excite the sus
picious of tlie Left.
A special from Paris to the Times
says it is rumored i that Thiers will
appeal to tlie people ; tliat the city is.
excited is evident frow. intimations
in the quarter inhabited by working
hien over tlie report of the Committee
on Address. The writer of the re
port, M. Batbie. is already very un
popular in these parts of the city.
A special to the Daily Tefejrraph
states that General Matiteuflel, com
manding the German army of occupa
tion in France, has received orders to
concentrate his forces in case of cer
London, Xov. 28.-3 p. m, The
situation at Versailles U unchanged.
The opinion rales ground that a
compromise will be effected. The
provinces overwhelm Thiers with
Words of cheer and promise of sup
port. -YkkMilus, $"v 23. The Aw n
bly this ftftemoen debated on tlw re
port of the Comrnitteee on Address.
It was opened by M. Grevjv who read
tho resolution which einbodie tlx
recommendations ot the majority re
port. CM. Dafaure, Minister of Jus
tice, made a speech defending the
President and counselling concilia
tion. The Jlinisters said to he Al
ready responsible had never sheltered
themselves behind the President. He
objected to the proposal to deprive
the President of the right to speak in
the Assembly. He compared the posi
tion of the "President of the United
States, who had the right to veto laws
a nd whose powers were so largely in
creased during' the vacations ofCon
?ress. with that of President Thiers.
The Minister added that while lie de
preciated the exclusion ol the Presi
dent from participation in debates in
the Assembly, the Government was
willing to consent to it if eomiensa
tory privileges were granted. 1 le con
eluded by submitting the resolution
providing for the appointment of a
committee of thirty whose duty it
.shall lie to draw up a law regulating
tlie powers and prescribing the condi
tions of Ministerial responsibilities.
Mr. Bathie moved the resolution pro
posed by Minister of Justice fie re
ferred w ithout debate to the Commit
tee on Address, and that the Commit
tee be instructed to report within a
year. This motion was adopted, and
the sittings of the Assembly was sns
jiended to allow tho Committee to
prepare a report, on which they are
now at work.
Later. The Committee on Address
have been in session three and a half
hours, and the sitting ot the Assembly
was not resumed until half past six !
M. M. Batbie announced that the
voraniittee rejected Minister Dufanre's
resolution and determined to stand by
its own resolution for immediate con
sideration, which was demanded.
The decision ot the committee w-as
coupled with a demand for immediate
debate. It caused a profound sensa
tion in the Chamber. Minister Iu
faure, in reply, declared he should in
sist on the consideration of the resolu
tion he had submitted, and asked for
in adjournment of the sitting until to
morrow. Amid much confusion and
uproar several votes were taken,
wherein it appeared that the Right
and Right Center are united and will
be organized, but an adjournment was
ii amately conceded and the sitting
was brought to a close.
During the proceedings the excite
ment in the Chamber and outside was
intense. The hall was completely,
filled, while large crowds gathered iii
tlie lobbies, corridors and streets. The
situation is extremely serious, and it
is impossible to predict what turn
events may take to-morrow.
Another European War Possible.
Xew York, Xov. 23. Specials
from Washington say that information
has leen received there that, owing to
tlie disturbed state of France, the Cer
man Government has ordered an in
crease of rates lor emigrants from Ger
man cities, as a measure of self-protection.
The German Minister at VVasli
ington is about to acquaint President
Grant of the occasion of the German
prohibition. The German Minister
yesterday said he regarded it as possi
ble that there would be war between
Germany and France : that he had of
ficial advices that his Government ap
Further Particulars of the Death
of Horace Greeley.
STORMS OA TIIK LAKES.
Senatorial Election in Sorth Carolina
The Alabama Political Im
broglio. MiNccllniicoui IN'vm.
Particular of Wreelej" death.
Xkw York, Nov. 2'.). The Tribune
issue3 the following bulletin :
November 29, S P.M. Mr. Gree
ley died very quietly and without pain
at ten minutes past seven this evening.
He was conscious and rational.
New York, Nov. 2. Horace
Greeley's life, was insured for $100,000
6r the benefit of the Tribune Associa
tion. It is announced that the .'happaqiia
homestead of Greeley is to be aban
doned by the family, and that tlie
pnierty Is to be aiitioneered oft fos
Fexrts to tireeley.
Washington, Nov. 20. There were
frequent inquiries from all classes to
day in regaid to Greeley's death, and
much sympathy expressed. A report
of his death i'i circulation this even
ing, having reached President Grant.
In and family, iu token ot respect, did
not nttend tin- reception ;' th-' Hipiiv
nititie Corps given by the S' i-ret::iy f
State, but sent a note cp:iiiiif' 'n-ir
All the memlxTS ot the al.iuet were
present to-day. The piiucii:il busi
ness was the reading of the President's
Corson. Bluffs, Xov. 20. A large
number of cases of the hors disease
has appeared here.
Storm on The Ijtke.
Detroit, Nov. 29. Tlie storm
caught many vessels outside the Heads.
Lake Erie" is full of ice, and it is
blowing a gale from the northwest and
snowing. .Seven or eight vessels are
reported ashore or fast in the lee.
New York, Xov. 20. Tho Erie
canal is not closed. The St. Laurence
River and Welland canal aro closed
POTOHKEEI'SIE, Nov. 20. Ten
inches of snow have fallen here to-day.
The canal is partially frozen over ami
navigation will soon be suspended.
Siortli Carolina Senatorial Election.
Raleigh, Nov. 20. The Senatorial
question is unchanged as yet, w ith no
prospect of a settlement. Ou the
fourth ballot to-dav, Vance had 7 1,
Poole, 71, and Merrlam, 22.
Statue totieueral Jleatlc.
Gettysburg, Xov. 30. The Gettys
burg Memorial Association have, de
termined to erect a statue to General
.Meade, and a memorial column.
The Political MmMIe.
Montgomery, Xov. 30. The Leg
islative imbroglio still continues. Gov
ernor Lewis yesterday sent a commu
nication to the Legislators, gathered
at the Uuited States Court room, and
as Governor Lindsay liefore retiring
sent his Message to tlie bodies eonven
ed at the State .House, it turns out
that both bodies have received Execu
Fronde" I II newt.
The indisposition of Fronde prevent
ed his reception to-night by the Faust
( inb of Brooklyn.
3f iBcellaneotm Xem,
Ni.w YORL, Xov. 29. The Herald's
Washington special confirm the re
port of trouble between France and
Germany, mentioned in yesterday's
Wm. M. Evarts presides at tlie re
ception to be given to Minister Wash
bume by the Union League Club on
Well & Co., sugar importers, to-day
settled the suit against them In the
United States Court for defrauding the
revenue, by paying over $120,000.
An Application to the United States
authorities to reduce the bail of Wood
hull andClaflin was refuged today.
Chicago. Xov. 20. This morning
George Driver, a carpenter, shot (It is
feared fatally; his divorced wite, who
refused to give him money to continue
yesterday's drunk. He then fled.
The weather is the coldest of the
season three deg. below zero.
Vbikaiixes N'ov. 2t Kvenino;.
Alter a long and excited debate this
afternoon, the Assembly, by a vote of
375 to 385, approved the resolution
proposed by Minister Dutanre. Before
the eir of the debute 'mierj eio-nncitly-nddreoHHl.the
House ibr an
hoar and a lialf. He acknowledged
the jseniblv liad sovereign' power.
He condemned tlie Socialist- doctrine,
and xpnssively affirmed LU belief in
God. He 'declared that lie remained
f.iithiil toUio pact of Ikirdeaux, and
claimed tliat lie belonged to uo party.
He admitted that lie was personally m
fa vor of a constitutional monarchy, but
added that tli monarchy is impossible.
We have lW- Republic." Let us make
it coniTative. He denied any sharo
in tlu political opinions of the Lelt.
and closed with the declaration that
the declaration that the duty of the
Government was liimness, moderation
and impartiality toward all jiarties.
Paris, Nov." .'so. The Aembly"s
annrnvnl of the Minister Dufaure lias
had a quieting efl'ect. Tranquility j
prevails. ' '
In the Assembly this afternoon the .
minutes of the preceding sitting were j
ratified. The gloomiest impressions
prevail this evening in Paris. It is he- j
lieved it will lie impossible for Thiers
to govern the country under the cir-
euinsfances. The manaichists declare
f hut they will oppose Thiers to the bit
ter end, unless he disavows all respoii-1
sibility for the couise of Gambctla. It :
is auiiiHinccd this evening that Ie
Frsinc has resigned. The Piesident I
anl Ministers are now closeted Willi,
M.i.i:ii. Xov. 2!. A sharp battle -j
wr.s fought in Mnrcia between the ;
Government troops and insurgents. ;
Tlie latter were routed with great lo-s. j
The insurgents were also beaten in j
Lcnares, Alusia. and Aricoila La-:
fontcra, with loss of prisoners,
horses and materials. The Govern
ment forces have driven lhe Kepubli
cans from Hajar
There are symptoms of a renewal of
attempts at an outbreak at Saragossa.
Iieinlbrcements arc now being sent to
Marshal Serrano has sent a telegram
to the Captain General of Andahisia,
offering aid against Kepnbllcan Insur
gents. The Cortes yesterday by a vote of
152 to 47 rejected Fignero's motion to
censure the Government tor the ap
pointment of Gaminde Captain-Gener-ol
Bkrmn, Xo.v 29. In the Lower
House of the Diet, after a brilliant
speech by Hen- Falk, in which the
determination of tlie Government to
wage war was announced, a motion
was introduced by Herr Maltinkrodt
against the exclusion of tlie eclesias
tical orders as teachers from the pub
lic, was rejected by a vote of 212 to
Berlin, Xov. 30. The German
Government has authorized aa em
phatic contradiction of the report tele
graphic from Maris to London, that
Gen. Mantcufl'cl, Commander of the
German forces in France, had orders
to concentrate his forces in certain
From St. I'etei-sliurtt.
St. Pktkrsri'RG, Xov. 30. A dis
patch from Khiva reports the cholera
From Kiua FranrlKCo.
Han" Fhancisco, Xov. 20. -At six
o'ehx-k this evening, a tire was discov
ered in the cupola of t he Valley i'.tvil
ioti. A secontl alanii called o:tt the
entire force of the Department, bntths
lliinies were not subdued until all but
the front id' the immense structure was
destroyed. It was owned by an incor
porated company. The loss is estimated
at $.S,(XK. The place was one of pop
ular resort lor years. The lire is
thought to be the work ot an incendi
ary. Further estimates of the los by the
Pavilion lire reach $13MKX; insurance,
l'aul Wentzel. German Consul at
Shangliai. died on Oct. 17.
The typhoon at Manila, October 12.
sunk the" Spanish brigGenova. All on
board but one were lost. The brigs
Alezaitdc Itoderigo, tUime and two
others w ore beached, All other vessels
in the liarlnir sulTcred dainage. Tlie
new steamer pier and two hundred
houses were destroyed.
The agents of the Pacific Mail Steam
ship Company require shippers by the
Arizona to pay tweuty-live jier cent,
on invoices amounting to about iW,
(KH for towing her into jiort.
It raiin-t'. hard all night, and still con
tinues. The btir is rough and no arri
vals or departures this morning. ,
Several cases oflioise disease in S
lano county; one fatal. It has not ap
peared here yet and no fears of it.
San Fit am isco, Xov. 30. A letter
from a man at the diamond fields just
received, states that at least 1,800 inen
are on the grounds prospecting. A ju
dicious silence is observed concerning
tlieir success. Counsel for the Commit
tee of Inquiry, are investigating laws
applicable to such abnormal swindles,
and seem to havn arrived at one oou
cltision, that the ofience ranks as a mis
demeanor and not r.s felony. Photo
graphs of some of tl'.:1 gcni; have been
taken tor the owners.
Interior Cnliroruia Ilsj?il-lii-.
!.os Am i.i.i"., Nov. ::r.--Tii ' si,i iti
on the s.-:i cna-t is the he::
for f::r-. the stoanvr Paci
: . ver-
due -it S tti Pi-lro.
The I'.i'iMit moni.d f ;!,! W,u;!ieni
Paeitie Itaiir. -ii! !ocat"d by tin "oin
mon Com, c:l last evi-niug. -o:n;-;i-.'tIie
mill on hai J tract i:i So;. ora. o:' li
I T Ail.
Salt I.akk, Xov. 30. Gen. Max
well this morning served a notici- on
George Q. Caiiiion. of bis inteutioti to
take testimony at Pi-ovo mi the ivu
testetl cae of his election, as delegtite
toCongies,. It is mlU tliat startling
ihrvclopmeiits will be made of tlie
abuse of the elective franchise i"
The whole country is in great grlet
at the death of Horace Greelev. Tlie
Hag mi the City Hall is at half-mast.
Tlie pajiers all pronounce flowing
eulogies oa the deceased.
H'ashikec. the great Shoshone Chief
and Irh-nd of tho white settlers in this
Territory, was killed in a drunken row
iih no of his men.
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST.
1KTTI.RS Rt:yf AIXIj I NCAI.IXD
J tor in sal em 1'ostolEce, Io-. 2, !S7i.
Allen, Wiley; Adams, t;.
Ill Igin.in John; Moardslev. Miss lone; Bain,
Sash M: Ifcvkctt, Misj Olive: nerrv. Major
M I" 1; liJine, J; llrown, J J; How!, Mrs
Marv "; r.nrleigh, N; Hniwn, Jas; Hrown,
Clark, A M; Crang'o, Cli.ts; Clarke, Ceo;
rallaghan, J; Canon, Sliss Alkw; Chamliers,
Kdson; CressKell. Mrs Mary; Cavill. Martha;
Chaiiiliern. John X; Convers, Mrs Judo; Cox,
Klljali; Cooper, II.
Iarr, Mrs A; Drinkwater, Mrs Anna I;
Fjiihree, John II: Kldridge, F F.; Eoff. Mrs
Nancy C; F;pley,Mrs Anna A: Eager.I.utlM-r.
Ueoi'hetron, O ,J; (Jrav, Thos F; Garrison,
Mrss'A; Given, Tracy; Graves, J It.
Harriet. Mra Margaret; Uarman.H.I; llay
den. Mrs, I Ii; Aalponny, Jos; Hall. Mrs Jiis;
Ilntton, Miss Ida.
Jacob, Kli7al).-th: Jeffrey, Mr T 0; Jef
frey, A; Jones, G W T, Johnson, U M.
Layman, Mrs Karah 3; Lalrnske. Alex;
Long, John 3; Looney, Clara; Lelgh.Salhaii,
Levens Il"s Kllen; Long, (ieorge.
Jl.irinls VV R: Mnrlin. John R: Monro.
Mrs Sarah: Moore, ChK Mn'.key. Miss l.lx
zie; Mct'ormack, Jn-; M-tirew, J M.
Kalph. W II i Ki-e.s Mli.? Kmllv; Redman,
U A; Ring, Jei--; Kecd, J C; Raii'dnls 1".
Kchmike. Cha-: Starr.M!! A M: SlMirtAVm;
Smith, A II: Smith. Mrs K W; mvage. Har
riot ; stone. Lewi J: Smith, Jacob U; smith.
Miss Itaohael ; smith Fdward.
Thompson, J K; Thorpe, Mrs Jane.
Wallaw, Mrs Ruthinda 2; Wat lace. Miss S
E: Watson, MtfsMnllle; Watt, J W: WUmhi.
John It; Wilson, lr; Wright, Mrs Flora A.
I. fl. When rallini; for the above !e!'er,
please say wlrcrtlsed, and give date.
T. B. RICKEY, P. M.
There are two thing in this world
that are not safe to trifle with a wo
man's opinion and the lui-inpas end
of a wasp.
An elderly Dnnbnry gentleman is
shocked at the intelligence that almost
every young lady lurries a vja r to
In thin city, Nov. 30, 1872, John Bvrne,
agct 4 ye&z, 7 rao.
It IU KEVKB TOO LATH to vhe Hale
Jf'nrii of Honrhouml tnd Tor as a Cough
cur, but it la bent Ui hare recourse to In Uje
early unties iif palrooiisry disease, no a to se
cure immnliule ami fuTmnnrnt roller ami
avoid dunger. Crlttenlon'a 7 6th Avenue.
SoM by all imiprist.
Pike's Tnothacke Drops cure In 1 minute.
I MIX "T HAWK, HAWK. SPIT, SPIT.
JtbiiW, BLOW, ami diKgust everybody with
vnur Catarrh ami itn offensive alnr.wlien Ir.
.Si(te'('al,nrrh Keiuedv will mieodily destroy
all inlor, arrest Hie dlseliarge uml cure ymi.
The nou Term will lie-in Ilv. t, 1S72.
Iueimneetimi with the Normal Ieprl.
fr primary iMiiils will lie organtzeil with
Mi ss L1.IE IK ISK as Teacher. Tuition in
lirimarv siudtea, no per lerm of thirteen
weeks.' . Nov::o'T2:ddvl
Ilpi) Keliel Tor Tonnr Men from i
Hie eilcvn ef Krron and Atn?s In early lllij. i
Manhoml restored. Impediments to ' Mar-j
rlaij reinoreil. Xetr method of treatment. I
New and reir.nrkahU; remedies. IHikx and
Circulars sc-ni free, in seal'il envelopes.
Addrc". IIUWAR11 AS-m iaTIoN. No.
I. mth Ninth St., Philadelphia, 1'a. an In-,
si ll iilion having a hlzh rrputalion for honor-
nlde c i'nibic t Rod prol'eKsional skill. 1
atigil 'TiuUwiim .
Erir The llet Remedy for Puril Int j
the HI. m.I, strengthening the Notvi-s, llej !
storinj; the lost Apieilte, is
FRESE'S HAMBURG TEA.
Ii l thel preorvaiiveais!iistiilniost any
sickneri, ifusi I tiniulv. Comp'isil of herb.,
only. It can lie jfii en wifely ! inl'anix. Full
d.reclions In KiiKhsh. Kntn. It, Uernuin aud
SuuiHi, Hlih everv luu kae. TI!V IT!
For -ale al the 'li..i,-:il, . ,id 1,'elnH Uni
S;ore, and inver.e..
i:Mll. FI'.KSi:. Whnle-.i!.- Unicirt,
Sole Ajp-m,' 214 'lay Stivel,
' Fiver (Complaint." " lilliiisnes,s," llnl
, ,ii iiiai in , i.iutniMit;'
THiwmI llm1i,d ltl..l..,a I.,.ti,. V .1,
iiiihhi. rimn in. 11 mi'iw,
i7i.ni, .-ia fwnt.um, r.rvsipeia'. anil cronnous
diseases, by the use of Dr. Pierce's Alt. F.xi.
Skin, Salt I
,i i rw-j, nir iinc oi ir. riercc jn. r.M.
orliolden Miili. al l)s,-yery, lor they sliall
be happv in knoHinr that the cure n com.
plele. Sold ly all drupgistx.
Salt Kliciim Cured.
We have just received the particular of a
most wonderful cur of Sail Kneum, perform
ed on a lady In Sacramento, by our Brlatol'a
11 lift ana nantaparilln, alter sulerlnc
lm- over six year, she Is now entirely cured.
Cough and Cold.- Those who are Ml f
feiinir trom Cinighs, Colds, Ilnamenew. Sore
Throat, should try '-Brown's l&ron
A sure thing. CABLK SCKEW WIRE
Roots and Shoes will not rin. leak or come
apart, and are lhe easiest ever- worn. Try i
them. All bear the Patent stamp.
A protrudiiiK toe la not a slRhtlv ihinir. sav
nothlnrabout health and comfort. S1I.VK.U
TIPPLD Shoes never wear out at lhe toe.
For ale by all Dealers.
UllTeLoOue, o. 1H, I.O.O. 1'.
Meets every Saturday evening at 7:30 p.m.
VMUng brothers are invited to'attend.
ii. A.K. Rwutvll IMt, Xo.3,.A.R.
meet9 Friday evenings of each week. All
Comrades In good standi invited to attend.
Rkhf.kah I1kgk:e Lodge -Meets at Old
Fellows Uall the 1st Tuesday cveniiig of each
month at 8 o'clock. All Brrthren, with their
wnes, in good siaudlut, areluvlted to attend.
Hv order ol' . ii,
Salem, Jnlv tih, ls7i If
Anniversary I.oiljfe, Mo. 13, I.O.O. F.
Regular meetings Mondav evenings ol each
week at 7 o'clock p.m.. at'CMd Fellow s Uall.
corner Commercial and Ferry Stroeli". All
llrotliers in good standing are invited toatj
tend. Ui order N. i.
Chemeketa Lodge, No. 1, I 0. 0. F.
REGULAR meeiingi Vt'ednesdav evenings
ol'each week, at 7 o'clock P. ii.. at Odd
rellows'JIall, comer Commercial and Fern
streets. All Brothers In good standiug Invit
ed to attend. Hy order of X. G.
XWlllnmette Enrampmcnt o
2. I.O. M. F.-Meelson the -2d.
and 4lh. Tuesrtay evenings of each
month at Md Fellows Uall corner
Commercial and Ferry streets. All
sojourning brethren in pnnl stanilin- ai-e In
iiisl ro aitend. Itv orlcr C. P.
a;d 11 7J II
oiitt:ii. i vi'i:.
All ut poiintls. but very htile u-ct and
tthii't-: as g.hl wlien first thrown into case
Ai a I. t.-;al .-..mil !'r..m Foundry pr'ci-s.
A pi .1 a.- sruKS m-vO' ii I".
:'ER OAV. Acentu
of working pe 'pic. of either wx. young or
old, ntike more monpv at work for ui in I heir
sjcue miMneni. or all lh lime, than at anv
tl.oi e!-e. Patlic-iflis lr,. A'ldre--.
t.. sT1NiN a Ci I.,
S, l.t,"72:, I-.
A C 'h;iileii-e !!
TO THt FALSETTO SINGERS
Oregoti and Washington
I HEREBY challenge any Fal.-eito fin;,-er
to contest for the championship of lhe
North 1'acttic, within the next sixty days.
Theconlest to lie Ivied at any of the rail
road towns tn this Slate. If this Challenge
remain unaccepted for tlie ahnve tatel time.
I wil cl dm the championship by virtue of
non-ac,e(Sance. All coininnnlcat ions ad
dvesN.il to "TflF. iniEGO 111 iV," care
A Good Bargain for Somebody.
AVALPABI.K pte.-e of land for sale, 3
lidles east of Salem. Also, fir wucd M
ccntsacoril In tho tree, lor further imrtic
nl.tri'. Imtuire at my farm three miles east of
X v. 22:Iir.d.w
Ladies and Gr.ulemrn. du von wan' to get
Just come to Friedman's and your Products
Or, if you havo Ca-h, it'i as good as your Hut
ter. Ami the av hell relieve you will make your
Do vou want lry Gooils. ;roi-erles or Shoos;
A plug of Tobacco, or a jwper of Screws;
A Hal or a Conl, or a good Shaker Bonnet;
Just give me a call and you'll find I am on It.
Pitchers and Pk-k., and Shovels and frock,
Cnflopand sugar, and Yarn to make Socks;
Ram Hinges and Hammers and Kerosene
Chinese Liniment tor curing the cramps;
Tea In abmi-tance, and spice for you all;
Clothing for liable commencing to crawl;
Pitch Forks and Fepier, and Utile Dutch
Putty aud Glaw, and A xes for boy s;
Wood Saws and Mallets Kat Trajm and
Knlve; , ,.
Thread, Iluttons, I)re-Trinimlngsand eils
for vmir wives;
soap. Matches and Tacks, and iire Imon
landlessnd Rope and Iron and Slool;
slales. Pencils ami Par to write to your
And Shoemaker Tool" fer making amends;
Ovsters and Nut and HneSnlem Flannel;-;
Beni-ti-S-rews, Nails and adamant Caudles.
Reside lhe aliove. we've many things more
In slmrt. anything kepi in a first -clas oie.
All ofwhi. Ii, lor'Cam or for Trade,
I ii tA tu ilitHv nf, tit (ttrtady mitt
Highest market price p-.l I for Produce, ai d
all go-ls in my line a cheap a the cheap -.t.
;ive ns a call.' ....
THE OLDEST AND BEST.
.Sirvv STOMACH BITTERS.
rgHE FIRST and Mort Healthful Tonic
1. everlniroliue.t in the United Mates
These Bitter have been
. n the sau Francisco mar
ket for over twf.stt
ing the many new candid
ate for public favor, the
ales have constantly In
Teased. TAYLOR i BF.STJEL
Sf.i, Agenta. 4W and 411
clav Street, San Fran
:.i A ' ?-iA"?
l fHIS AnnseVrill Wset'f in ftr&AJsi or
We are now openins; and dally re.-elving I dor, a in I well in ten live and oliliitln
iii-n muiiui, iur ineraii ana winter Trade
and invite psneetji I alienlinii tooiir new f)re.J
1,0011s oi me i.itei-1 nu-hions and -I vie.- jn-h as
Itlnrk mid ( oloreil SilUn,
Japnue Kilkw in all Coloro,
1 ainite and Bouibailne Cloth, j
Silk Chain Cloth,
Hreeade Popllnt, j
IrlMh Popllnw, I
Blaek and colored Alpaca-, KlKurnlamiir'q
ed Orientals, l:eps, C.npriws. etc.
Also a full line of
i ivp ai.i tin vn ,
VELVKTEKSS IV AM. COWMl.,
ASTAKl'IIAX ASH SKAT, t J nril with
We al-o i. vit c-a'lenCin
In and ot"
AMCELE'S KID CLOVES,
nl'wi.i. h ! hiive nceivel :m e;:!!iv !v .ieiv
lot ol ;in coI'm-s. lr:4e.Haie! al the mne old
Joseph Kid Glovesat ofto dollar pe;' Prrr.
A Cue and selected stock of Gi t:t ami Ilyv-" .
Clothing. e-vially made in opler for our!
trade, and tun- a Ihrgi-r tvk tlir-t-i' itiati-i
A ' so lhe well I nmrn
Genlt liirnislilng tooi!.- of all descriptions.
HA.TS J. 1ST ID CAPS.
As usual a Urge selected stock oi"
THREE PtY CARPETS
BODY BRI -USEIM AKI'ET.
Tapestry. Oilcloth 4-4, S-4, -l, tri mp
l!oie and ha ins. Matting, Rugs,
and Window Curtain., etc.
And evervthing pertaining to IP H'sE FlR
Brevman Itro. being Mill agents for the O.
C. M'rg. Co. offer at Wholesale aud retail a
new lot of
Having Imiight our stot-k fir cash in San
Francisco and New York, we are enabled lo
sell our goods at extreme low price and pco-
Sle visiting Salem during the coming Fair will
o well by calling at
Popular Science Monthly.
r.. l. voi:n..'.
-Vo- 7 Frier, FIFTY CENTS.
loolenu of No. 7, ibr November. .
PORTRAIT on 8TEEI. of PROF. TYNDALL
L The Study of Sociology Objective
Uifflculties. Hv Herbert Sm,r
11. Epiiieraio Delusion, lly Dr. Car
III. The Practical Mau asaii Obstructive
By F. J. Bramwell, C. E.
IV. Development in Dress. Itv ;-o. II.
V. Sunlight, Sea, and sky; a Lecture to
Worklngmen. By Wm. Sjiottis
woode, V. K S.
VI. Smokeles Gunpowder.
VIL On the Function of the Brain.' By
ProfeM)r Clamlc Bernard.
VIII. On Meteoric stones. B Prot. N'.
IX. Si-ience and KellKion. j;y Pref.
X. Spontaneous Generation. (Illtis
lustrateil XI. Alms and Instruments of Scientific
Thought. Jiv Prof. W. Kingdon
XII. A Sketch of Prof. Tvndall.
XIII. tXitor'n Table: The Do,trine ol"
Literary .Wrfcc.- sdiellar'i- Spec
trum Analvi-is."-Hinton's Lite
in Nature." Batiks Reveive-1.
Misrrllivny: The Grot mil Connec
tion t L,ighlntng-Rods -Foul Air
Careless Disinfection Tree and
Rain Poisonous Paner-Hamrimrs
Volcanic, IiLst Transfusion of
Itlooil IIabits of lhe Otiossnm
Dr. Csnxmter against Material
ism Artillcial Butter Ventila
tion and Warming Sardine.", etc.,
The Popular Srlenre Monthly 1 pub
lisiiisl in a large octavo, h.indmniK-1) printed
on clear tvpe. Terms, Five Dollar icr an
num; or, Fitly Cent per copy,
Any jwrson remitting Twenty Dollars for
four yearly subscriptions, will receive an ex
tra copy gratis, or five vparly subscriilions
for tM 00.
T hf iimlar Seienee. Xlonthiv and Aptf
ton's Jutimal, for oue year, ft po.
D. APPLETON 4 CO., Publishers,
,lIA 351 Broadway, N. Y.
A. I.. BANCROFT A CO.,
San l rnnri.ro, Cal. i
VHOt T two wmk.. aici. from A.I,. Hash's
i':irio, on heisrr iH.itom, ivi i'-iur-ycar
i, !iy iMises, Vt! lianda luvh. The larger
h'r.,' iia--white li'.nrt fmit. Any twrson who
will I'lt nniui -i' tlu- al.ixe !i"i-e-.
will re .'i a ri-iv.-iril ut ten ,Mi'.-irs.
A F.WORAISI.K on"r:uiiiiv is now af
J. lonled to the lovers of 'Terisi,dim-e,
the nndersijrned liavini; oinneil a hoolin
the eommodirms hall of Ine Opera House,
where the liest of nc'omuHxkations and In
: triii-tion- will liv all'nrded toall whouiav lie
mme iiienilrs of lhe s-ime. Tin; hours of
tuition will lie from halt-past seven to half.
JKist niiii;: :ii"t-r wlii.-h promiscuous laiicini;
lor lr:i':tu-e, on Frelay eveuinir of eaeh w(-ek.
Also, on aiurilay ee:iiiiir of ea.-li week,
commenelnjf at half-past i ii,-lir. a SOIKKK
will In- given for nil whowlsh to tl nd. Ad
mission, eo. I'll,! Ivst of mu--i,- iiiriiisiit.l
for the ikv.-iion. ty Mtmln'rn o f t he .N-iiool
are entillid to:idmi--lon toli,e Sol ret" for lhe
additional elia r-.ro ot ' es.
.I.J. AKMSTKtiXU, Prop.
f1EN' illl- tomCarmts fo salel.yO. Di.-kin-B
son. Inquire at hi-ss'ist store, opjsi-ite
north-west ,:oi ner of Marion square.
Iricc, 20 p-r Ton.
Ilosifr Manufactariua: Co.,
At.KN'i Y AT S M.F.M
JJAVE eCTi'tantly hind and for sale
Gents' Whit- & Blue Ribbed Wool Socks
Ladies' Plain and Ribbed WOOL HOSE,
whk-h wo will sell al Manufacturers pvi.xs.
They also have a lot of sn k on hand to
let for heeliiiKand loeinc, h;. h ean Ik had
on application at
M. MEYER & SON,
Apenls II. II. Jtan'f t.'o., Salem.
U. 1 1I1CCV,
Will Onjrcfiilly attend to al! matters
Co! lew ion at lemleit toand ret urn. i: omjit
Alio AOENT Tor thn MVIRPOIII. A
IXNIMN A. lil.OBt:. l ire Insnri nee
OFFICE WITH WELLS, FARGO iCO.,
Milcm. ' Oroton.
Not la 7-21 f
FIVE h'lmlrwl Ihim-iind pounds o:' j ork
wanted at the. L'tiiiual Maike", Ll'mry
Ktreet. sli nu llixho-i maikot prWe ild in
FROM THE SUBSCRIBER, A HKHCoYV
alwui limr years old. she had one hmg
while i-pol ai-rfw's the fori head. - A liberal re
ward will be paid lor any information rejaid
tngher wherealxwit.. i, ;, i
npint nnrvr nmix-
Weare uceuiivd lo furniJi aml iw.
VH iiU'iUlo lurmi arood avvaino-
i. irMHliy tfiJ;i.-,.-u Hllie
lAivor to mertt Mietttnwrnrerkur
Itetrular Boanlin: at very iow low rales.
" ov. li.TJitf. ''
CHAS. E. BuKOIS,
I Manufacturer of and v.-helcs ile and rotail
FURS OF ALL KINDS,
,.r. :::idliiK. Krse St., one to r ft sis V.h-in;-ion,
: L.!i;:s, :.r.ti Gents' Furs en liand and
1 rnads 1o orde".
IlijClii'-i c:i"'n ;iri -e p.ud for ail
111. of I'll!..
rv. ii" ai n ail o -iii -
Ci Kit 1- III I -!.
OPwEGOW BRASS W0EKS.
I SireC, lieiwwii I" I'm:. ,n,d Fir-i.
Manufacturers of sill kinds of
RltASvYVOItK, SI I.AM FI TTINGS.
. OK'KS. SHIP-WORK, PI .ANKR
Ami all ItlutlH of Brnni i Tiu itlnipi.Ilnb
but Metal, e tr,
n. m. amoKi;,
.j. i? staic; i:n,
CAPITAL BOOT & SHOE STORE
I KEEP constantly on han.1 a gool assort
narra of CaUlornia and ab ru Boot and
Shoo.- . -
Siecuil attention paid to the n aiiiifacture
CUSTOM MADE BOOTS. 4 SHOES
Of every style. Pegged, Sewi s aud also
C'rlcbruted Screw BotlouiN,
Made to opler. Work and fit s guaranteed
Xone'but the liest French hri nds useil
J. H. HAAS
HAS ON 1IANI , ,r.
LATE STYLES JEW ELRY
A N C Y ' A R'T'i t
WATCHES ASA C LOCH
C3r"Repalnng done, and sail faciion gunr
aniced. PattonH Block, Nta Ntr ert, Snlm.
flO THE 1TI7.EX5 -F S At.EM AND
the Public generally
I tiave leased tliis new and cxi luiiMMlioiis
IIoU-l for a terra ot years and I can assure
my patrons that I am ilctennined that tt
sliall be secoud I o none in the .Mate fr the
comfort ol" ?rue-t-.
2"Free t'oa, h to the House.
novftt W. CRAVE!, Prop.
rra.iT th e
r H. PARKER, of Jacksonville, Ore
f ? pon. has discovensl a Bieili, ine eom
posed ol" the exlraut of Mountain ft
and other VeKCtalilpliinredienth whieh htiW
tair to mrja-s all I.uuk llemeilie now in
exlten It is a Bliioil puritier, lnvigorntor.
Apiwtizer and an
and isirood forall NERVOCSand RLLIOl'S
ails. 1 tvers testimonial mlht beproHk-el
fhnwlnp the ethcieney nf the Mixiiire, hut
deem it not neeeasary, as lhe merit will es
tahllsh it wherever if it ir;ei. Try a bottle.
For sale e ervwhere. Preired l.r
W. H. PAKKkK
j LYING-IN ROOMS,
Tl:e above iiititi.'t!.'! has lwn t tn n,- for
llii- iri-Htnient ol ali t "lirolii,-. a 11 l I'i i Me !:
ea-es in male and feinaie-. aud sin,-r lie- o;.'ii
i ina of the alune inanj' who hare -r.i;, re I ! r
I ears, and einplovi-jlllie iK-.-t "ledi.-al a.- well
.as Stirci.-al taiont without relief, have -inee
lliey oani" uii;'.t my treatra;-nl been restor
ed to health. ,
In all m's of lri. iiire a uvu u::r:inieeil.
elelrK-l r i-ciifh He-;iil.ilia I'i 11 to
remove olistru.-ted mcntiiuitiou -ent f.'ee ly
mail ou receipt oi' in,-o. i.i pi r "o,.
i All ieliers, cou.iiliaiiors nnd ev:uina"ins
i fifthly cocadentlal.
". ti. CI.AVH, M . II.
CfTFriTSie it coif tcr lhe-' entraive on -i
(ili. il. Jfisrs,
l;e:.l J:.lat.- lirok-...
. PA1 I'FPKiN.
JONES & PATTERSON,
Itenl InIiiU- Brokers, IiiMiratui-e mid
i:"H:a Hol si; Hi.ixk, Sat.km. Oi:i;o.
t-? -I'lly property butghl and mid.
f iroCSFS en STORKS LEASED.
I'avms and Wild Land for Pflle.
I ti Siwcial attention given to Finaiu-ia!
I Xejcotlalions Conveyaneinp. ifltd flEVERAI.
CT AentfoTthoilef a few Shares of
St.Kk in tne JtKAYEK HOSIERY MANUFACTURING-
COfV.N Y, of JeSerson. tliat
hae not yet Iven dii-po-ed of. The Faitorj
isina flourishing condition, and uirtit de
airing to make a N'il and prnlltale Invent
nieni would do well to give, tluait an luulj
call. - - .. ..fit - "I
; AXU !l ACRR lotr,V.lhiii om'nU'fe fittliP
Court House; rieh soil ; price t' to ilw
Aprlfi-72:dly , ,
CHEMEKETA SHAVING i SALGOK
HAVING l.F..sEI THE IS ARISE K
. simp uttaehvd totlic lieTni"?rItot'(l,
I riei-t fully ask a hare o: the ptiOri.-, fiat
ronar. Warm iiid I'old IJ:ilhs at reduced
A. E. IHETZEL.
ANDERSON & RHAWL
Ar.' mi .-i rt I.t V a!! v. ..t ; in ll.; lir-C ol
WATER taD STEAM F!TTICS.
I'IPE and FlXTt'EEH eonian;!von liand,
and worli ilone kI id-co t n,rfi.-f.
Sttiem. llLt. . 1 T 1 . ,1
''UE partaerUip hretof.iiif ei-'i,is- an
ji ilii' il.e name ofliateusMi a. W.-liard
ai silvertn, Oregon, is IhisiUr. .lis-ohe'lhy
mutual consent. The Inline s nil! he here
aller conducted al llieold nan ! In J. Ha
venport. who ui.it., all l-sb.li;.c aad to
whom all lL-bts doe the linn wiil be paid.
Tlii-' imtehU'l will please cail aud witle im
hm: lialely, at we wish to cinwj up the firm
hn-iiio- an -.--ii f in-sible.
r. wi'i fi:.
Pllvcrion. J,!iu.-il. ls;i.
I tUfTCCTIMfiMV TT Alii
MIU I LWUIMUIt I v nkb
The0r.W Shoe tor ChiWreri
J. CTWiaiC. 7
Of??;? is3is' or twos
; Sugar,' ' ctonoM
; Soap, Candles p
Lime and Salt,
Arrent for Imnf-i-inl Fr( lnuiMi,..n (
I of London.
CosrMrm.u. Stkit?t, Salem. '
, , , t
Sample and Ciren-
lan sent free by
H. 0. KOBSJCI,
Allitho New Styles , , ,
- OF -
: CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES,
For the coming Holidays uich we are of
ferlng to the trade at the very Lowest Prices .
Tlie trade will And it to their advantage lo es.
amine, our Block before ptircbasingelaewlicra .
306 4 308 Battary, near Sacramento et
T JH U TS ,
May I Kerned by I iie
WEEK or 3rorTH
AT Tilt . i
SALEM BAG FACTORY,
J Sonth ore,CnemekaBIiVr. --'
TENTS AND WAGON COVER
For Sale and Made to Order;
L. CHE-nROl'Gll 1 (.t;
M REttON A CALIFORNIA. HXfUSOAU
DnmimnT. fjknil 111' n 1 1 I ill I Vam lU.il
Oregon. April a, leii -Notio i nTby irfa
tliat a vigorous prosecauon will blntitoil
against any and everv x-rson who trespass,
tipcm any Railroad I.i'nd, hy ,-nttinr awl re-movlnc-timlier
therefrom lii-for. t he 4nnw Ih
J;ur,HT of the Coaii!iiy ANDPAUl FtiR.
! All vat-am J.aml Iu odd mimliered secliou.-,
whether surveyed or unsurveyed. within a
uisian. eoi unity miles irrim the linu d the
road, lielons I" lhe t onuanv.
I. it. mri:s.
Aprd liidlimwtf. Land Asent.
03 YES! OHYESI! OH Y3!!
ALL PARTIES KNOWING THEM
selves iu lehUsl lo me will plin.o a.k
up to lhe Captain's ondee and settle. Tol
co and Cicjirscost money and stock cannot
lie replom-bed without luiiii.Ki. I'iease i:tl".
and oblige, voi'rs :ni!v.
Vt. 10. l.Sfi:lf.
OPEIt A HALOON,
Commercial Hotel. Court St.,
K.4LEM, ... ORFtMIV
O. H. SMITH, Proprietor.
The !t quality "At TA ines, Uoiioys n:v i'.-gar-
alway, on htinX ,
Of the Ives and most An; .roved I'..tu j. -.
t)ln all N'ljrlu.
' "ACEXT OF THE
Fire Instance Co. of Hai t
: ford, Cora.
AL.-.I. .GE T OF THE
North . American Lifr In.. V.
l' NEW IllUh
ANI THE "'
ffRAVELERS' INSURANCE CO.,
r IIAKTCOnil, N..
; tiri'ICE - l-.i tl.e n.--rti n."t IsV. k.
n-r lothe rii;hs. ep .-i;r..
Nov. Ii "L'tt I ' .
4 T a Lrea: h.ir,Tiiii-;i.fJ! fi.i of ground,
with a'ooil hoiie, containing risiiis;
1'iirnislKHl wuh water, wood-house. eh: H- '
sted on State. tre. lirtween lalwny a:-.l
Ilitii.oiiiislt M.r. lory's t.nck. l erm, ,
cash, m,"dC!. Tnoiwieoi
Jt'EfH VIERA Vf
' SOWIE WAGONS. '
TE AKE XOW PKUPAKEU TO TUB- M
Ii n!-h oaveiliiien- with l.umher an I i--'. ,
press Wa'rons,::!id f:ur Niiriii'rriaire. A
we employ n
in the very
weemnlov nimu but the !h.l ikueiv,ifwil
use the very Ix-Mt awlt-rial, i u wwramir!
our ,ni.i.-lo is-aij we rt,iii.'-.;iil,. . .J,
t . I.I N M.M.l.fl ,nr 7.
A RARE CHANCE. . I
TO fNVESTl'N Clty-PROPBW!
n i ' . is.
'EN town lot.-lii do ctiV of fem ttt''m
7 si ' ,Uni. I .writ inn nm-x.lle. -writ U-jpoXn
l.ov''tion nri-.lli'it. riiu-n'
I. I ,n- l cu i.rs euipjtre at
-ii r.l,.,,ii,.. .
Sov:ln; " ' ' '
1 ' ' '
Wvahh Him Ileailli fai '
-(iOTOD J'TSLE S( iii7w"tV(RE"
BOOTS AND SHOElsj f
Will not Ifsil, r.tiil hist Iniec at ?tu.
1. TITt.. '". f. WAVS A. TAYLOR.
Real E&tatfe! Real Estate!
J ICOIt STITZEI. A CO., i
Bt.Al. 1TTL AN'U MONEY i.KV-
tailor-. It.-riis on Ursi f'o ,:-c,,t ii,-r Frrt.f
nwl Warhirvioii slreets, INr:hrwt. i.re;of.
mil attend to lhe .tie pnr. lcise oi' real
wtnte In all pan of th-i-r.u . Fpeelal a'.tet -
lion iciiea lo Hie .a le o iV.r'iitVT binds.
.1 .V M J CM 7.l-'l,K"V'. 4
New am! Second Hand Furniture.
UllTi!l.-f J'll.t F. IS I'AIO F R
:l kind. Mi." iM Miid H.ud linwlo'U, 4
Stot f s, (Vs,es, jic, l own .vuU 8u. Nile a,
I l!LCIiSWITIIIG'''ft "
rj !!.' i l 'i j'ijo!-!. v.Uo formerly worke-t ; J
I '" .
lii'iuu rity of Salein, ha returned and re.
"i ivt-iied a shop near the
FERRY LANDING. '
Tie will do 0-st-i-las work ami at reawoaH "
rale-. iJysMwtfl MAKK liAYPEh'
aOCK HIVfiH PAPfiH CQ