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HALEM, FRIDAY, DEO. U, 1877.
. ODD-FELLOWS' CELEBKATION,
From Dallj Jtocord, Doc 7.
Last ovenliiR Cbomekola IxxIro colobratod
Its quartor centennial or twenty-fifth anni
versary of tho Introduction of Odd Fellow
blp upon llio Northwestern Coast. An per
announootnont, somotlmo afjo, Oliomoketa
doclarcdilier intention of colobratlnR tbo
OTont, and aa tbo Ordor tbrougbout tbo Stato
was interested In tho aflair, Invitations woro
aont to overy lodgo in the Jurisdiction, asking
tbom to como and Join in tbo fostivltles.
Tho trains from both North and South
brought many victors, ;whllo tho boats woro
tbo moans of transportation for thoso living
upon tho Wostorn bonks of tbo Wlllamotto.
Tbo day was lino as could bo wlshod, and In
tbo ovonlng tboro was not a cloud to bo noon
upon tbo faco or tbo horizon and tbo stars
lofittliolr twinkling brightness to graco tbo
At half-past sovon tho inoinborsof Cuomo-
kola, iind tliolr invited truest assembled in
tbo ball up stairs In tbo East ond of tho Oporn
Hoiimo, and clothed tlieinnolvoH with rcgallu
and iniirclied down into the main ball and
took stilts propurod fur them nlnug the sides
and etui ot tbo hnll: thus the entire audience
Avoro Mirroiiudod by a band of Odd Follows.
Tho assembly was culled together by the
N. U. of Uioinokota, Vm.Viileo,nil tho Odil
Fellows' opening odo sung under tho liwil
ershlp of Alcssrs. l'altorsou nud Clinmborlln,
nuil It m n grand old chorus, together
with a full string band, anil tho Voiron nf
over three hundred mouthers of tbii Ordor,
they needed no booknnrnntoHtogultlotnont,
tbooito was stamped upon tbolr inemnry.
1'rayer was Dion tillered up by tho L'hiiiilulii,
Jtev. H.C.Ailniiis, after which Fast (rand,
E. N. Cooke, one of tbo charter inoiiiborsol'
Choiuokotii l.odgo delivered the
APDilKHI 01' WIJMMMUi
The address was short, but It contained all
that whs desired to make tho assurance that
old (Jhuneketa oxtouded to them tho right
baud of fellowship. Attlio cIoho of Iho ad
dresH, tliestrlng band, under tho lonilorshlp
of i'rnr. II. (J. Kay, favored tbo audience
with a ebolco ploco of music, and the
dying notes wero wafted sweetly away,
mi. e. II. MOOllltH
Itoad n carolully compllod nud welt written
history ofthoorganl.iitloii of thoOtdor upon
this Coast. Mr. MoorcH did hlmsolf groat
orodlt for tbo manner In which ho bundled
Iho subject, and his comments npon tho first
inltlalo, Mr. A, L, Holler, Into llio Ordor,
upon this Coast, was truly rich, and round
aftor round of applanso grootod his efforts.
Again tbo swoot strains lloatod ovor tho ball
vibrating, sinking nud swelling In perfect
harmony. Then tho Noblo Grand Introduced
tbo Orator for tbo ooculon,
VAH-rOHAND JOSI'.l'lI KMKHY,
Of llarnutn Iodgo No. 7, or Corvallla, who,
being natural orator, and a man of Inttors,
dellvorod ono of tba llnest orations thai it
has over been our lot to listen to, and wbou
wo Hay this, we are certain that we speak tho
sentiments of the entire llrothorhood and
tho audleuco present, his volco was cloar and
distinct, and long will tho well roundod son
toncos, nud tho Impassioned oloipienco bo
remembored by those who wore fortunate
enough to bo prosont last evening. At the
close of which, there occurred a little inci
dent thnt was not JiiHtoxaotly down on the
programme, furnished tho audience and
mothers, mid doubtless MirniUod oven the
HON, HUt'lM MALLOllY
Came from among tho audlouco mid stepped
iiKiii two platform and read n lettoraud pro
seulod to Chomokota 1nlgo n sliver amurta
clo ease, with thouamo of Thomas wlhloy
neatly engraved upon II, and on tho Inside of
It contained tho spectacles through which
that founder of Odd Fellowship, in Amorlo,
road with great satisfaction tho progress of
of tho Order be so dearly loved. Tbo pros
out was an ottering of Fast Uraud, W. F.
Jlurtis, Tbo literary osorclsos closed with
this presentation and a
Was announced to be in roadlneis, btitowtug
to much larger assemblage than was expect
ed, only about IN) persons could be accom
modated nt a tluio.but that announcement
did not sot the audience back n particle, for
tho chairs woro taken from tbo lloor and tho
luuslo struck up and tho cry was
"ON WITH TIIH 11ANCM."
Those that wero acquainted in tho city
soon found partners and formed In sella upon
the lloor, whllo tbo floor-managers vied each
with the other In supplying tbo "strangers
within our gates" with partuois for tho mar.y
d iho, and thus the time In walling for
stipier was most agreeably spent. Tho sup
iter was magnificent and tho tables were
loaded down with turkeys, chickens, hams,
pies and cakos, and all the delicacies of tbo
season. As those who finished their supper
returned to the ball, they would form upon
tho lloor and others would take their places
at the (able, mid everything worked lo a
charm, mid no dlNhiiiuraottou occurred to
mar the pleasure of anyone. Tho daucluu
was continued until (he "woo sum hours of
iiioin," when tun strains of "Home, sweet
home," reminded them that it was time to
retire, and thus closed Ihommrtcr centennial
celebration of Cheuiekela Lodge, No, 1, anil
this morning she enters uixm her second
quarter with lonowed energies and brighter
pioipicts than she encouulvd in tho llrxl
quaricrof herexUlence, snd may inuceand
harmony no hand In bund with the mem
bers of old Chomokota,
CONN '8 VARIETY STORE.
At Mrs. E. M. Moxley's old stand, on State
street, Mr. and Mrs. Conn havo just rocoivod
one of tbo finest selected and best assorted
stock of merchandise ever brought to Salom,
and are selling the goods cbeapor than over.
Tho stock consists or, In part: vasoe or all
sizes, toilet sots, china ornamonls, brackets,
wall pockets, dolls or all sizes, and some of
tho flnost ovor brought to Salem. Caitors
spoons, knives, forks and napkin rings, or
Ilodgors Bros, mako, which will bo sold nt
prlcos thnt cannot bo beaten in tbo city. All
kinds of fiuoonswnro. ulasHwaro, lamps and
flxturos, drums, accordoins, wagons, bask
ots, rocking horsos, doll bugglos, albums,
pocket knives, valises. In fact tboy koop
ovorythlng that comprlsosa first-class stock
of holiday goods.
Thoy also wish to call attontlon to their
mllllnory department or which tboy bavo a
full line and which thoy will keep up. Tboy
aronow soiling hats, foatbors, flowers and
ornaments vory low In order to roduce tbeli
stock of Fall and Winter hats.
Of staploand fanoy dry goods, they have a
lino stock, consisting of hoslory, handkor
choirs, gloves, laces, embroldorlos, corsets,
tlos, ladles and gents underwear, shirts,
children's clothing, furs, collars, scarfs, tablo
linen, lowols. nankins and bod spreads.
Calico wrappers at ono dollar and the host of
prints 10 yards ror ono dollar, anu most any
otbor kind of goods you may wish at such
prlcos. Tboy moan business, and Invito ev
erybody to call and soo tbolr stock. Tbolr
establishment Is on Stato stroot, throo doors
llut of tho bank.
An Orogou Splinter.
From tho Gold 11 It 1 News of n Into lssuo
we ft lid tho following In regard to a stick of
limber that was rccoutly shipped tboro:
"I'robubly tho largest stick of timber ovor
brought to the Comstock was rocontly ro
coivod nt tho Yellow Jacket works, E.ist or
tho second railroad ttiunol. It Is to bo used
as nchotd for tbn pumpbub, nud its ilimon
nIous nroIISxIS Indies by '111 feet In longth.
The wolghtlsl!l,!)00 pounds, nnd tho freight
Irom San Francisco nmouiitcd lo $110 70,
Two curs wero required lo transport this
stick, nud It cost i'M to loud It. Tho timber
came Irom Orevou, nnd cost ovor $i(H) do
llvered In Nan Kratmloco. Good, heavy ma
terlnl is being put Into tho machinery at tho
new works of tho Yollow Jackot Mining
Company, nud it will stand tbo strain for
yoarsto come." I'nhnw that's nothing, It Is
but n moro splinter, In comparison, tu timber
wo could solid ofl, ir we wanted to a fact.
Tho young man by tho numo ol John
McCarty who was nrrostod on complaint of
n woman of tho sollod dove porauaslon,nnd
brought boforo Justlco Coffoy hint Tuesday,
and trlod, tho Judgo taking tho caso undor
consideration. Yoslorday ovonlng ho ren
dered IiIh decision In favor of tbo dofendaut
and tbo prliouor was dlsohargod.
1'ohti.anii Itkmh. From tho Por.Iaml pa
psrs or Monday wo got tho following:
Tbo total rocolpts of tho Calholto Fair
nmountod to 15,450. The not protlts aro
llrldget Oallaghor has glvon bonds in tho
sum of $500 to keop tho poaco. QuossQ.B.
can If sho choosos.
Nato Kaufman, who was arrested and trlod
for perjury jreatordny, banjre Justlco liybeo,
was held to answer before tho noxt Grand
Jury, and bonds flxod at f300.
Goorgo Yooum, momborof tho Common
Council, haw boon rrquoslod to roslgn his
momborshlp, Mr, Yooum doolluod tbo Invi
tation. Kmm Forlland has property to tbo follow
ing valuation: Value of lands, 8101,-125:
valuo of lots, f.MH,:i'20j value or porsonal
property, f-'CIiO, Total , f 1 ,005,075.
A graceful scamp broke Into (bo photo
graph gallery of ltuchtol ifcStnlto nfow nights
ago and only got awny with a counterfeit
quartor for his trouble
Tho steamer Onward struck a snag last
Sunday at tbo mouth of llllnd Slough, on
her way from Cowlltr. rivor, and sunk In It!
foot water. Hho was loaded with groceries,
On Thursday ovonlng, Major It. H.Towlor,
Paymaster, U. S. A., was married at tho Clar
endon hotel, to Mrs, Chas. K. Calof. Thoy
left for Arizona yostorday porstoamor City
Tho Unitarian Society propose to build a
church tho coming soason at acost of f 16,000,
Sheriff Dalo arrlvod from Yamhill county
with an insane woman namod Mrs. Wilkin
aon, Hho came from Chohalom.
Tho Taylor street M. E. Church aro to havo
a grand concert and a hugo Christmas tree
on tho ovonlng of the 21th.
How beautifully, was tho unanimous ex
prtKklou to be beard In overy quarter nf the
ball lust evening, and they mh1o but the
simple truth, for we never have sneu the
Opera House, or any other ball so hand
somely decorated as the Opera Halt last
evening. Urvtlots great credit upon Mr.
W. ll.Tatt, us a hull decoratlst, tlaiss hung
in festoons, and evergreens hung from the
corners or the room to the center chaudallor,
while around tbo arch hung numerous bin!
cages and pictures, embilmatlcal or the
Order, graced tbo walls, Truly It was a flue
sight to gate upon.
The members of Colfax llebekeh Degrts
liOdge, No, 1, 1.O. O. F., are specially re
queued to attend tho meeting or the lodgr,
to be held Friday evening, December 7ih.
tho annual election or otlioera will take plica
at that time, aud a full altondauco is doslrtd.
LIST OF LETTERS,
ltemnlnlng In tho l'otolco, Halem, at this
ilate. Persons rnlllug for these letters imut
lilve tho date on whloti they are ndvorttiodi
Adams. Mrs M E
Allen, Harvey K
Anderson, O J
lUltlmuro, C 2
Itreyton. W U
Duck, E II
CiUtroiii, V M a
Elder, Col 11 M
Flsnuew, E J
FoUom, Mr M
U.mlnor, J 11
(lllmore, Joo II 4
Gibs, S F
Hsgey, A J
llodsun, OS 4
Howell, J II
Kemtal, J O
iwis, a a
Miller, James K
Aioyee, a u
Moore, W H
Myers, J D
l'owlliis, W N
1 toy ce, J F
lloborthon, M M
lloberts, A 11
S.tvage, Mrs Ellon
Savage, A I lie
Shortridge, T It
Smith, A M
Seaglo, D H
Stump, J li
Tanner, Ida E
Taylor, Mrs E I.
Van, M S
Van Horn, I D
Watts, May 11
Whitman, Mrs II
Wllllauu, 11 O
Williams, Mrs A
.el worth, Daniel
IT. M. THATCHER. 1 M.
8iltn, Ih-0.7, 1K7, .
Hood Eiver Correipondence.
flood River, so long celobrated in the
anpals or history the history of Oregon
noods no pen-descrlptlon from your corres
pondent. Hid away In tho faatnosses of the
Cascade mountains the Switzerland of
America surrounded with an atmospboro
so highly charged with tbo electric, ozonuc.
and llfo-lnvlgoratlng properties; the Invalid
hero llnds a cosy retreat, where ho can reju
venate and rocrult his exhausted onorgies
and Invito tho return of lost health and man
hood. HIITOMCAL IlECOnD,
Its blstorv, like Its ecenory, Is romantic
and interesting. Twonty-llvo years ago, In
tbo absence nf steamboats aud railroads,
your correspondent, in search of a western
homo, travelod the ''pack trail" from tho
Dalles to Portland, and campod In tho open
air, on or near tbo vory spot from which ho
is bow writing. Tho bear, then king of the
forest, at the " wco hours o' morn," was tho
first to visit onr camp and demand trlbuto
far passing tbrouiih his dominion. Now wo
find commerce and refinement and all tho
concomitants of.clvlllzatlon and progross.
Removed midway from tbo rains and fogs
of Western Oregon, and tho winds, dust, and
lnolemenov of Eastern Oretron. it is emi
nently adapted for the comfort, convenience,
and hyglonlo purposes of man, and highly
conducive to health and longevity.
Fully roallzlnsr tho Importance or tbeso
facts, and bolng Improsaod with tho absoluto
nocosslty of a cliaugo or location to Insuro
success In tbo establishment or his " Medical
Inttltuto" for tuo euro ofchronlo and bro-kou-down
patients, Dr. Adams, with tho
kaon eyo of Judicious disorlmlnitlonsocbnr
acterlstlc or tho man, took In at a glance tho
importancoof tho situation,
It Is n lovoly spot, commanding ns it doos,
from its olovstfd position, ii magnificent
vlow or tho inlpbty Columbia, In tho fore
ground, tho plcturotquo and lofty snow
capped poiiks or Washington Territory in tbo
dlstanco. Bid: In tho Interior are found ox
collont roods lorlhotqurHtrlan nud for pleas
nut drives for the p.uieuts, whllo tho bills
nnd vnlloyn abound with gnmo for tho sports
man, and tbo rhors nud streams uro lull of
ihh nnd fowl.
Ni:V MI.THOI) Ol' MEDICATION.
Tbo Medical Imtltuto Is now ready for tho
rocopuon or patients, nun all tlio appoint
ments aro ample, pleasant, nnd appropriate,
and aro constructed with special ret'oronco to
moot tho wants and convenloucosof n hyglo
nlo homo for Invalids, Dr. Adams' method
of modlcatlon Is unique. Llko n man who
has conquorod his subjoct, and Is master of
tho situation, hootrlkesout Indopondont aud
ulono. llo claims to coinbluocommon-souso
with sclonco. Whllo ho wos oducntod in
our rognlar schools and was taught ac
cording to our collogo curriculum, nnd a
graduatoof somooftho first mod leal collogos
of tho Unltod Statos, yet wo find his practice
iurKoiy empiric. Claiming to iouow tuo ror
mulas or nono of tho schools of modlolno, ho
Is froo to adont tho " sui irenorls" nf nil.
Itejectlng tho ultra vlows of tho two extrem
ists hydropaths and homeopaths bo pro
fesses to adopt au eoloctlo, cousorvatlvo, and
comtnon-BouBO method ortreatmont pocullar
to all, yot common to nono.
Ills modlcaled baths soom to bo the " slno
?ua non," the sheet-anchor or bis trcatraont,
t Is bolloved that tho effete matter or tbo hu
man body, which the skin, kidneys, nnd In
testines bavevfIIed to remove, nnd which
r Ay hare bMffooMnlatlnrt rirvsrs. caus
ing dlsonse nnd death, is eliminated from tbo
system by this method, nnd nature Is assist
ed once more to carry on the normal func
tions of life. Hut this Is not all. Tbo labor
atory is most amplo and comploto. ombrao
lug as It does tho modlolnos of all medical
schools, and has tbo appearanco or a woll
tilled apothocary stero.
THK 1IOTKL DKI'AnTMlINT
Meets a want long slnco felt In Hood River,
and Is admirably conducted by Mrs. M. A.
White, suporiutondout, who, I am auro, will
not fall to satisfy tbo mo it fastidious oplouro.
This hotol dopartmout was oslabllsiiod for
tho accommodation or porsons visiting Hood
ltlvoroltbor for health or ploasuro or both,
and board and lodging eon bo obtained nt
tho low flguro of one dollar per day, and
cirrUgo to and from tho lauding froo.
Tho ostabltshmout or this institution has
boon accomplished at tbo enormous exponso
or about twenty thousand dollars, and whon
comploted In all tbo departments will afford
an aounilancoor Trult iu tholr season, from
tho delicious strawberry and cborry to tbo
soft almond, chestnut, and peaoh. At matu
rity, most of tbeso fruits aro prosoryod In
cans or othorwlse, so that tbo dolicato and
lufirm, and nil others as for that matter, can
have, during the winter months, those serv
ed, possessing tho natural taste aud lluvor or
YKT TO COMK,
I noed not expatiate on the beautiful grass
lawn spread out like a green carpet In front
of tho Institute: of the (lowing fountains
distilling their silvery spray, like tbo gentlo
dew of heaven, all around; of tho mlnlaturo
cataracts, rushing rills, aud silvery lakos
and tlsh-ponds or tho hot aud cold baths,
accessible to every room In the building;
aud mauy other charming things that are
already conceived In thought, aud will in
duo time bo biought forth.
Tho air surrounding thoso mountain homos
Is salubrious and tonefylngtothe system, and
to-day (Nov. '-'itth) Is the most delightful and
balmy over wltnwssod by your correspond
ent In this latitude, tho morcury reaching M
In theshndo nud Si In tho sun. Inviting the
languishing luvalld to bask in the golden
beams of tbo glorious sunlight, aud be elea
trilled and charged with this llfe-givlug phe
nomenon. This cnuuot fall being a place of
popular resort during tho hot summer
months,, whoro tho careworn and languish
ing hundred of our cities may rocrult their
Having spent several days hero witnessing
tho" modus operandi" of tbo treatment, In
spying out the goodly land, and In listening
to tho marvelous stories of tbo settlers, we
aro prepared to write advUedly aud commu
nicate facts forlhosptclal benefit of the read
ers of the Rum Kit and an Inquiring public.
Hood Itlyor, gov. 27, '77. W. V. Wisr.
PaciHol Addition to Salem.
Tho l'acitlo Threshing Machine Co. has
purchased a (rW-'t or forty acros of laud on
tho south side snd fronting on State street,
aud thUsIddofjhere the street crosses the
o.-eek. After reserving about six acres for
shops, etc., themaludor has been laid oil"
into lots aud will be put on the market in a
few days. This addition has beeu named
Paoltlo Addlli n to Salem. The plat of
ground is beau Ifully situated, nud we know
of no moro b dtome building lota in the
neighborhood f the olty, aud the locality Is
bouud to be Ik okly dotted with house be
When the CI Icago people want to build n
church, they i v: "Lei us erect amoitgage
to the glory ol Jod."
Under this caption tho following article
appears in a San Francisco oxchange:
Persons visiting our city who desire to see
one or tho most magnificent exhibits or tho
nroduc 8 or that wonuenui aiaio, wruKO"i
which might appropriately bo named "The
Garden or tho Pacific Slopo," should visit tho
office or tho Stato Board or Immigration, lo
cated upon Battery street, opposlto tho post
olllco. Wo ourselvos woro quite astonished
nt tho display tnado tboro, and as tho articles
aro tastily arranged Bnd carefully laboled, It
Is cortalnly ono of tho most lntorostlng nnd
Instructive sights which It has been our for
tuno to bohold during tho last twelvo months.
Wo notlcod a number of largo Bhoavos of
wheat from seven to nlno feetln bight, the
borrios bolng plump and felr as lndood Is
all tho grain produced In tho Wobfool Stato.
Thero aro also somo vory fino spoclmons or
tho mlnoral productions of Oregon excollont
coal from Coos Bay and tho Intorlor countlos,
and Iron of vory good quality takon from tho
Prosser mine In Clackamas county, besldos
a specimen of mica with garnets. Tho gold
and silver minos of Oregon yield an annual
revenue of (32,000,000, but tboro aro nosam
plosof tbo precious metals on oxhlbltion.
urpgon is a woll wooded country anu ino
oxhlbhs of polished woods mltablo for orna
mental work nnd wrought luto beautiful col
ors and figure, Is particularly fino. Tho sam
plot nro principally ot maple, ash, myrtlo nud
cedar. Ship knoos of Immonso sue, con
structed from Oregon plno nnd strongly ro
sombliugbugo boots, nro also on exhibition.
When these woro nt tho Mechanics' Instltuto
fair; in tho Oregon exhibit, n young gentle
man from tho "land of feteady Habits"
pompously Inqulrod what tboy woro. Ho
wnHcourtoously informed by somo Bobo
in Ian that thoy woro "lasts upon which boots
wore mado for tho wobfuot of n Stato up tho
Tho display of Oregon flax nnd twlno is
worthy or mention. In rogard to this pro
duct tho roport of tho Centennial Commis
sioner was as follows: "Very lino quality,
oxtrnordlnnry longth, good In strongth,good
color, sunorlor gloss nnd silky holtuoss;"
nud for tbo oil manufactured nt Salom, Oro
gon, from Ilux seed, prououucod "of supo
rlor quality, fino color, being clear, fino nnd
froo from sodimeut, of oxcellont body and
Tho snmplos of Oregon wool aro of flnn
flbroand good stnplo, nnd woro awnrdod
modals nnd diplomas at tho Centennial oxhl-
uuion. uregon is ono or llio iinost countries
In tho world for shoop. Thoro aro mauy
otbor exceedingly Intoroillng nrtlules on ex
hibition nt tho rooms or tho Slnto Board or
Immigration. Tho strnngor Is always court
eously trentod by tho Commissioners,
Mossrs. Tippan nud Shophord. Both of
thoso gontlomen nro laboring assiduously
for tho good of Oregon and doiorvo tbo grnt
Itudo of tbo cltlzons or that favored Stnto.
Wo wish California hnd a few onorgotlo mon
with tho ability of thoso gontlomon todlroct
our Immigrants to tho broad aud uuoccupled
lanus or own fair stato.
AKBts for the Willamette Farmre.
Amity Vi ii'1 ""PP'on
Cottage Grove. it cnorirldie
Bollvue -" if ,TwiiDf1r
Boons Vlfta Wm Welle, J W UobarU
Brownsville ',',vA ", K1'
Canyon City D II Ilhlnchstt
I'ninllta f.Uv ...F 8 Mllttpana
Cofu'eVaUoy --WB Clarke-
Clatsop R J Morrlion
Crawfordsvlllu Hobtrt Glars
Cove b 1' Kendall,
Corvallla H Wood-Aard
CresMcIl Horror Knnx
Clackamas W A Mills
Camp Creek U Jlllaimnirslt-y
Oallan J I) Lev. 1) M Uutlmo
Dexter b llfliulsukcr
Uraln's ....KrmvKjn &. Drain
Damascus K Foibcs
Dnyton li C Hatlaway
Rlkton A II Unities
BuRenu John JlcClune
Fox Valley A I) Gardner
Forest Urovo 8 Hughes, W L Curtte
Goshen J llandsakcr
Ocrvals 8 M Gaines
Halsey T J Black
Harrlsbntg Illrnni Hmllh
Htllsboro A LnclUng
Ilepncr Morrow A Ucrrcrt
Independence W L HodRln
Jnnctlon Smith. Brasflclil & Co., W L Lemon
Jacksonville M Peterson
King's Valley Conner A Cresno
Jefferson John W Roland
LewUvlllo II O McTlmmonds
Lafayette Dr 1'onplctoo, A BUcnry
Lebanon B II Clanghton
Monroe Jos Kcltcr
McMinnvlllo J 11 Morris, A ltcld
Monmouth W Watcrhonso
Mill Plain, WT David Stamp
Needy Wm Morcland
New Km j Casio
Kcwcllsvtlle ; 1'K Castlcmnn
North Yamhill DC Stewart
Oakland H K Itaymond
(Iswcgo AH Hhlliley
Ott J II Hchrocdvt'
OrcBonClty .T M Bacon
l'enillcton WA Whitman
I'coria Dr.T II Irvlno
Pilot Hock R Gilliam
I'ortlantl S 1' Lee, Agent Stato Gringo
Pcrrydnlc Mi Grciv'a htoro
Klckrcal FA Patterson
Hoscburg Tims Smith
Hclo F 1' Jones, Thus Miitikcm
Sllrcrton T It Ulbbnrd
HhciW's WM Powers, OK Wheeler
Hprlngdcld A G llovey
Hiibllmtly ., John Downing
Swcrt Ilnmu Hen Marks
TiiircM FS llarrco
Tho Dalles H L Brooks
Turner W M llllleary
Vancouver S W Ilrnwn
WlllaniPlto Fork M U'llkltm
Walla Walla J F llrower
Yencall.t .1 It r.lll-on. IIS Aiiplcgatc
J. W. GILBERT
lJuyK On sit 1'ov
Hides, Furs, & Pelts,
m21 Commercial st., SALEM. ly
List ovonlng, nltor tho stenmor had made
fast to tho dock, an agod gontloman by tho
namo of Dico, who rosidos at Indopondonoo,
and Just aa ho was stepping on the wharf bo
sllppod and fell. In tho rail ho Injured
ono or his logs, and fracturod tho bono
or his right arm botwoontho shoulder aud
elbow. II o baa a daughter living In South
Salom, who went to the Commercial hotel
wnitiieruer tatnor had boon conveyed. The
fracturo was reduced and tbo patient was
resting easy at a lato hour.
Mr. J. II. Mooros, or tho Capital Lumber
ing Company Informs us, this morning, that
ho Is now shipping Oregon maplo lumbor to
San Francisco as per contract with tho Cal
ifornia Furnlturo Company. Sovoral thou
sand foot ofoholco maplo lumbor Isnlroady
on tho dock, to bo shipped on tbo noxt boat,
and tho romaindor or the contract will bo
tilled Just us soon as It can bo got out.
Oregon maplo is notod for cablnot work.
Tho North Salem Bridge.
Tho work on tho North Salom brldgo Is
bolng fast comploted, tho bents nnd stringers
aro in their propor placos aud the lloorlng
Iscomplolod partoi tho way; Itromnlns to
put tho nprons on at oltbor ond nud tbo sldo
railings, and tbo work will bo oamploto. In
all probability by this llino next week, tho
brldgo will bo so that toams can cross over.
Mossrs. Ladd A Hush received on tho dock
last oveulug, per stoamor Occident a now
burglar proof safe, of thirty hundred wolght.
Let the People Bejoice,
For tho bountlfnl harvest of 1877 has now
placed in tho bands ot the people tbo golden
coin, that tboy may lloo to W. P. Johniou
it Co. and securo such pictures as will ploaso
thorn and tholr frlonds, and be a blessing to
generations to come, llomember the placo,
ovor Willis' Iiookstoro, Stato St., Salom, Or.
A Double. Waddtnc.
At tho residence or tho brides' iathor in
Portlaud, Dr. W. Woalborrord, Wednosday
ovonlng, Deo. 5. 1877, by Kov. J. A. Cruun,
David Steel nnd Miss Klla Weather ford; nud
Capt. O. P. Harper and Miss Lilly M.Woalh-oriord.
For Visiting Cards I
AA Ca-dswlth any namo neatly srlntcl thereon
Jl I lent to any address upon receipt of 25 Cents.
ill land a 3-ccnt stamp. Address,
WW W. J. Claiike. Salom, Oregon.
I have the Largest stock ol Frulfc
TrecN lu Oregon t
200,000 Plum and Prune Trees,
TnATWI.f(1' AVKUAQE SIX MET IN IllOIir
and I will sell them from
10 lo $25 per Hundred.
nil&Mf !! J6,a,..l,c.n!!on 1 m' AMSDEH JUNE
VS'lTi15? . l ud Caches of this variety ripe
July 8. 1677. and they aro of excellent quality. I hate
also seven other varieties of Peaches, and a oeneral
variety of tther Kralt Trees and Bhrubs. Also, a
lsrgo fot of I'EACII SBEDLINOd. at 30 per Tk:
AOEKTS roil JIT NUUIEIIIES.
D J Malarkcr, Portland
K W Whipple, Cottago
N. I.lCrolr. Hubllmltv.
J Morris, Mcbaraa.
A Wheeler, Bhedd.
1) W PIlA.Inn llftu..! Tl.
Wm ll&rrla. llpnnlrM W II H..U. Ill, .n.. '
1)1 JI 1) Oden, Ilarilibnrg, J A Hunt. 6aUand, '
' cl A Itnr. Woolcnsi'm Co.,
T ". i. .. '.. v":.".uu . urownsvuie.
A Jones, Hiayton,
I. Urabo, Halsey,
W Shnraan, Sharon, W T
H ricrry, UcMlnnvlllc.
jir n, a junsuis, jtaccne.
S"' l eJJ oucm, ja,on Royal Washington Co
ra V trcltE, Travellos ai;cnt eatt of tho Wllfaiuttto
H. W. I18XITMAV,
...,. l'roprtetor of Itallrsad Nurseiles,
ocuatf EAST 1'OHTLAHD, OB.
OZU3G-ON- TTT A.TTOTTr
At tho recont annual mcoting of the Guild,
of St. Paul's parish, tho following oOleers
woro olected for tbo coming year: Dr. A,
M. Itelt and Mrs. Joseph llolmau, VIco
Presidents; Mrs, O. S. Woodworth, Secio
taryjMrs. James Walton, Treasurer.
mi. :. y. ciiask,
BURVET Lt.Col., UteSarseon U.S. Volinteer. -Unlet.
Diirliln' bmrk, no stair. c7v
S. H. CLAUGHTON,
XT OTA It Y IMJRLIC. Ileal U.tute
i.l.and Collector oi'CIuIiiin, wlllnroraml
tend lo au. biis-nex entrui ll to bis care. MaKINQ
L'O.NVKYANCKs A al'jlCIAI.iy. Ofllce at ihs
Pott oince, Xiotoanon. Or,
Tie Oregoa and CalirorBla ana Oregon
Central Railroad Companies
Assets, - . $668,547.45
Income, 1876, $465,904.29
Losses paid out since organiza
tion, - . $1,137,367.60
au3tf 72 Vlrut HI.. PORTLAND.
rjl trm: One tenth of the price in cash; Interest on
the balance at the rate of seven per cent, one yeai
after sale; and eeh following yeer one-tenth of the
principal and Interest on the balance at the rate ol
WZSSZSlFtfgfJj? Princpaund tnter
A discount of tea per eent. wUl he allowed for cash
VT l.ettr to be addreMed to P. SCI1ULZK Lan
Agent O. A C. 11. It.. 1'orUand, Oreion. '
TAKES pleasure In offering to tho WoolOrowers of
UreRou ami the adjolnlns Terrltori'a tho chance
topurduso TllOltOlTOllUltEI) SlKltlNOS, and as
suring parties Interested that they can, and will en
?S i,S1.l,f,e? of ,he anle qnallly and value at
MUCH CHEAl'KintATES than such can possibly
bo lmportwt. hxamluatlon and comparison with oth
er Sheep offered lu the market are cordially InilteU.
v Address John M1NTO.
L Salem, Oreseu.
N. II. The Rams and Ham Lamba of tho flock can.
bo seen on the ISLAND KAlUf, adjoining Halem.
Mtfi 7.??.n -bo ,8D at ,h Me pUce, or at the
HILL FAHM four and s hall miles south of the city.
balem, September 10. 1873.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
OREGON ANB WASHINGTON
Trust Invegtment Company
THIS Company If prepsred to negotiate loans la
soma Irom StO to JW.UOO aecmrea over IMPBO
VKD CITV rhOPKBTlf and FARM LANDS. Ibr
flxtd perloda of yens, or repayable by half yearly in
stallments. For teisae, apply to
. WILX1AM RKH), Manager,
novlOy Flrat Street Irfljail.