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The Retamof the Birds.
hear, frpm tnany a little tWat',
1 A warblu interrupted lung ; ,
I hear the, robin' liite:like Dote,
ihe bluebird'! slenderer long.
brown neadprri tad the russet blt,
a Nut yet, the haunt of grating herd':,
And thickets by the glimmering rltt
Are all alive with birds'.
u . ' . .
0, choir of Spring, why cooie so soon 7
On leafless grove Knd hcrbless lawn,
irmJLje. the yellow beams of noon ;
Yet Winter is not gone.
Vdr rojt shall sheet the pools again ;
Again the blustering cut shall blow ;
Whirl a white tempest through the glen,
And load tbe pines with snow.
Slay, fur a tint of green shall creep
Soon o'er the orchard's grassy floor,
And fnm its bed the crocus peep
Beside the housewife's door.
" No honeymoon" is the last marriage
announcement following the " " cards" of
No Honeymoon t No Honeymoon !
No happy days of endless spoon !
No blissful aus at love's high noon !
No snaring, as in a balloon,
Above enrtb's cares inopportune !
No month of one oontinual June
No month of joy, gone all too eoon !
No brief seclusion, glorious boon 1
No more sweet wine and macaroon !
No bridal wreaths in fair feittoon,
No Honeymoon I No pleasant tune t
The muse ean only wail and croon"
" No Honeymoon I 0, I shall swoon I"
Poor bridegoroom , thou'rt a luckless coon;
Poor bride, your happy hours they prune I
From stone their hearts have sure been
W ho thus proclaim "No Honeymoon !''
Oregonian says the
Tbe Oregonian says the fire bow
raging, is threatening tbe destrnction
of the Mountain Park, and if something
it not, done Immediately the whole
summer's work will be lost. Later
intelligence is that tbe Park i i safe.
George Pratt, an old resident, died
at Ogden, while on bis homeward (rip.
His body will be forwajded to that
city, by order of bis wife, through
Wells, Fargo & Company, for inter
Mr. Jacob Stitiel, wbo wag out in
Wasbtngto county a few days since,
lays tbat be saw about twenty-five
families en route for Tillamook, witb a,
view of taking farms and settling there..
They were from California.
Tbe Bulletin stales that two yoao
men were arrested at Astoria on Sat
urday last, on charge of bone stealing
and were brongbt to tbat city on Sun
day. At tbe time of stealing tbey
were at work on their step-father's
farm in Wasco connty. It seems as
though tbe old man and tbe boys'
mother bare been .divorced and bare
not seen eacb other for six years. Tbe
boys fled immediately to their mother,
residing in Astoria, there tbey were
arrested and in company witb their
mother and tbe officer came to Port
land.' Tbe old gentlemen met tbem
there and after consulting, tbey got
the boys off on bail tc app-ar at the
next term of tbe Circuit Court.
Weviake tbe following from tbe Ore
Tbe steamship Constat) tine has been
withdrawn from the 8au Francisco and
Portland route. Capt. Flanders, tbe
agent at this city, showed us a tele
gram, last evening, from the Company
announcing tbe witdrawal.
Tbe Geo. S. Wright, on ber down
ward trip, ran aground on the cross
itvg opposite Columbia City, on yester
day. Efforts were made to get ber off,
hut at tbe latest accounts she was still
Tbe Bulletin speaks of the rejoicings
in Portland, orer tbe election result
in California. Speeches, bonfires, fire
works etc., were the order of tbe day.
Tbe impromptu meetiog'broke up at
about ten o'clock at night.
Tbe United Slates District Court has
adjourned until Monday tbe 25th inst.
Tbe sbip Biistolian, loaded with
iron for: the Oregon and California
Road, bas not arrived, although due
here tnis morning.
We take tbe following from tbe Ore
Yesterday Messrs. Russell, Ferry At
Woodward paid their subscription, of
$500, to the Oregon Central Railroad
Company. Those .gentlemen are tbe
first to come up with their part of tbe
subsidy raised in this city last Fall.
Tbe ship Bristoliaa arrived at the
lower w barf yesterday morning ,wiib a
cargo of railroad material. We learn
that tbe owners will load ber back to
Eogland with wheat on their own ac
count.: Several families, from Polk county,
on their way to Walla Walla, passed
through this city yesterday.
Tbe steamer Ooeonta, for Cascades,
did not leave ber wharf yesterday
morning till balf past 8 o'clock, on ac
count ot fog and smoke. Her arrival
back, last night, was very late.
Tbe Pixley Sisters will leave for
Walla Walla, in a day or two, to play
a short season there. After which
they will return to Oregon, with a view
of playing at !3alem, during the .State
Fair. ; The troupe consists of the sis
ters, Annie and Minnie, Messrs. ElUr
ton, Clinton and Sparks. .
The Bulletin says tbat a man at
tempted to commit suicide by jump
ing Into tbe river from tbe foot of
Yambill street. He was rescued by a
gentleman passing alung the wharf at
the time. Tbe would-be self-murderer
refuses to give bis name, and says tbe
s want of money ia&ligated .bis action.. .
A runaway took place yesterday on
tbe road leading to HilUboro, which
resulted in a man named Ellison bar
ing his arm broken in two places,
j WaahlnfUm Territory.
From tbe Beacon we learn that" Ka
lama School District" bas lately been
organized. Louis Van Yleet, G. A.
Young and J. Isaacs were elected
rectors. Tbey design baring a three
Booths school this year.
Tbe new sf. E. Church, in Kalama,
will be dedicated, by Rer. J. F. De
Vore, on Sunday, Sept. 17th, 1871, at
10 o'clock a. m.
Two youuK men in Washington,
tired of boarding bouse hash, hired a
bouse, supplied it with a moderate
amount of furniture, duly installed a
cook, and, after baring tried the ex
periment a couple of months, declare
tbey can lire cheaper, more comfort
able, and feel more at borne than tbey
ever did in their lires.
A gentlemen of West Cheater, Pa.,
thinks that be has discorered a sub
stance wbiab at a cost of twenty cents
per barrel will preserve applet,
peaches, grapes pears, potatoes, 10
matoeijjcucambera, cantelopes, water
telaoiaud many other fruits and vrg
etatrM. a year or more, " as fresh sf
when taken from tbe vines.
Tbe Chicago Journal says " when
tbe Democracy get possession of tbe -national
finances we shall expect to see
tbe fur fly." To which tbe Albany
Journal says :. " Then jou will be dis
appoints I; for it is the role of tbe
Tammany Ring to carry off tbe whole
LATEST BY ELEQKAPH.
koSDoK Sept." 10; General Manteuffel,
cotomande? or the German army of occu
palion, after announcing yesterday the
corwent of his Government to the evacua
tion of tbe Departments around Paris,
diacd with President Thiers and Ducrot
and Chaniy. The Department of the
Seine will be evacuated first, after which
troops will be withdrawn from other points
at tbe rate of one thousand daily.
Madrid, Sept. 10. It is officially an
uounccd tbat subscriptions to the amount
..r uvn times the total of the new loan
have been received. .
Cosstastisopi.k, Sent. 10. Leon d'Ef-
feiuli Mostci-ba has been raised to the dig
nity of Pasha and appointed Minister ol
(ien. Essad Pasha. Commander of the
First Army Corps, has been appointed
Minister of War.
I.OHD0. Sept. 10. The funoral of Ren
forth took place to-day at Newcastle. The
attendance wa extraordinary. Some ac
counts represent the number of people who
witnessed the burial at one hundred thous
and. Tbe concourse was so great that the
cemetery wbcro the remains were deposited
is much damaged.
The Clerical party in Koine are prepar
ing for a demonstration on tbe ZUtn inst.
The Reds are resolved to make a counter
demonstration. Trouble is anticipated.
Los don, Sept. 11. Tbe potatoo disease
has appeared in Laucanshire.
Queen Victoria bas recovered from her
Paris, Sept. 11. TLe evacuation by
German troops of tbe Tout departments con
tiguous to Paris will be completed on the
1st. Negotiations have commenced in rela
tion to the evacuation of tbe whole of
London, Sept. It. A Madrid letter con
tains information tbat an imprisoned Re
publican named Jose Lopez has hinted in a
band-bill, which bas been placarded, that
the assassination of Gen. Prim was effected
by the Duke of Montpenseir, wbo.is charged
with being a party to tbe negotiation bad
with Acoud Silas Uii a company ot des
persdik vailed the " Secret Society," and
whose object is understood to be the putting
of Prim out of the way and tbe putting of
Montpensier on the throne of Spain. : A
short time subsequent to the killing of
Prim one of tbe men connected with this so
ciety, named Jaraug, complained to Mont
pensier that all that society had agreed to do
was not done.
New York, Sept. 10. Tbe Gazette says
tbe present situation in France causes much
affliction. Garibaldi speaks with contempt
of Viotor Hugo, Louis Blanc and Jules
Favre, and declares them old and worn
out. His son, Ricotti, will soon return to
Cuprera to be married. Meuotti has do
voted himself to the export business, aud
seems to bave absolutely renounced poli
tics. A Paris correspondent of tho Pall Mall
Gazette, under date of August 29th, says
that Thiers is reported to have given a vast
amount of information to the Committee
of Inquiry into the causes and conduct of
the late war. He found Eugland, he said
desirous of acting with Russia, and when
he got to SL Petersburg ho met with sym
pathy from the population and the Czar,
though he said he couldn't declare which
was most favorably inclined towards
Franca, and that France was bound in
some way to Prussia. Every one at St,
Petersburg assured him that the Cabinet
at Berlin would accept reasonable propos
als. Thiers then went to Italy and found
tbat tbe King distinctly favored France.
He called a council of his Ministers and
Generals. Thiers said : "You have 300,-
000 men. March 100,000 men on Lyons
You are covered by Switzerland and the
Alps, and will have nothing to fear by
making a diversion In our favor." The
King and his Generals were for adopting
this plan, but the Cabinet refused consent.
London, Sept. 10. Tbe strike in New
castle is virtually defeated. At least half
tbe usual number of operatives are at
work, and a full complement will be ob
tained within a fortnight.
Napoleon arrived at Terqnay this morn
ing. He was received with much enthusi
The journals of to-day discuss tbe i suc
cess of Chinese labor in America in Its re
lation to tbe recent strike; in England
Colonel Rowland, accredited American
agent to assist emigration, bas arrived here
and goes first to Scandinavia and Ger
The American ship Lovelli, from Ham
burg, has arrived at Cardiff, with four of
her crew dead from cholera. The vessel is
Tbe following are tbe principal condi
tions of the treaty made between Russia
and Prussia at Versailles, early this year
Should Austria be involved in a war. by
intervention or othorwise, Russia will act
with tbe Germans, furnishing a specified
number of troops' and ships. Contracting
powers were to make peace only on tbe
following terms : Austria was to renounce-
in faror of Germany all of Bohemia, Mo
ravia, Silesia, and the Duchy of Salsburg
Austria was to renounce in favor of Russia
tbe Provinces of Galacia and Dalniatia,
When these changes become accomplished
facts, Russia was to eede to Germany five
towns and harbors on the Baltic Sea, and a
part of Courland. Prussia was to regard
the treaty of Paris as null, and pledge her
self to an armed participation in the eon
quests in the East, with a .force equal to
Russia and to o-aubsequent partition of the
conquered territory. Prussia was fooled
as was Franco in 1360-
Versailles, Sept. 12. The Assembly
adopted the bill revising tbe pension list of
the Imperial Government. This bill abol
ishes all pensions except in cases of
treme poverty, or where tbe grant was
made for distinguished services.
Brussels, Sept. 12. The machine sbops
of tbe city have been closed by the pro
prietors. Th; s'rikoM are now parading
t'.e streets, but no disturbances have oc
curroi'. Sroi Kiiot.M, Sept. 12. The Ditt has been
specialty convoked to nialie provision for
tho reorganization of the army.
London, Sept. 13. A special to the Timet
from Versailles says Thiers sent a message
to the Assembly on Tuesday. He thinks
it best that tbe Chamber should soon sepa
rate, to reassemble at an early day. In
conclusion tbe President says ho relies on
the patriotism of the country to preserve
that perfect tranquility . and order which
France needs to raise her credit.
The Ambassador at Washington will
probably be a nephew De TocquevUlo.
A dispatch says the St. Leger was won
by Baron Rothschilds' filly, Hannah, win
ner of the Oaks ; Albert . Victor, second ;
Thirty-five thousand 'colliers and iron
workers of Monmouthshire, Wales, will
strike unless in advance of ten per cent, on
wages is granted.
It has been decided at Salsburg to tup
press the International Society eAnd settle
tbe Schleswig question.
The Mont Cents tunnel is successfully
opened. Trains are passing.
Bucharest, Sept. 13. The people of this
city'are excited by a false report that tbe
Jews have sacrificed a Christian child and
made an attack on . their market-place.
Tbe Government promptly interfered with
a strong force of gens d'anncs, and arrested
the leader of tho riot. . No attempt has
been made to renew tbe disturbances.
New York. Sept. 10. One hundred
guns were fired irom me uotwdbmi
b irge office, al the Battery, yesterday in
honor of tbe Republican victory in Califor-
It is- expected that ten thousand trades
unionists will take part in the working
men's demonstration next Wednesday.
Comptroller Connelly yesterday informed
a reporter that be bad no intention of re-
-r 1 1
signing, and Mayor Hall said tbat be had
not beard that any eity officials designed
to do so. The Corporation counsel will re- '
ply to-morrow, before Judge Barnard, to
the application for a perpetual injunction
against the city officials, Mayor Hall har
ing'decided to take no part iu tbe case.
Boston. Sept, 10. The Coroner's Jury
on the Eastern Railroad accident agreed
on their verdict to-day, "which was ap
proved by tbe Coroner. The jury find
tbat the collision was caused by the negli
gence of John S. Nowland, conductor
of tbe Beverly train, the one run into, and
A. G. Brown, engineer of the Pullman
train. Nowland having failed to leave no
lice for Brown tbat his train was behind
time, and Brown for having neglected to
see the lights i-f tho Beverly train, of which
bo had an unobstructed view for half a mile
before the collision took place. The jury
find that Lunt, depot master at Boston,
was remiss and careless in bis duty in not
orrcctly traosmiting tho order of the Su
perintent to the engineer of the Pullman
train to look out for the trains ahead. The
jury further find that the President and
Directors of the Eastern Railroad, to a,
great extent, are re ponsiblo for the los? of
St. Lor is, SepK 1U. A terrible, accident
occurred to-day at the crossing of the St.
Louis and Vandalia Railroad and tbe Col
linsville Plank Road, two and a half miles
east of St. Louis. A furniture wagon,
containing a party of picknickers, grown
people and children, in the act of crossing
the track was (truck by tbe engine of an
excursion train and knocked to splinters.
Three men were killed outright and two
men fatally injured, and four or five se
vere wouuded all were more or less hurt.
Washinoton, Sept. 11. Captain N. B
Caldwell is ordered to the command of the
Asiatic fleet. Rear Admiral Alden is de
tached from duty as chief of the Bureau of
Navigation, and sail in October to- take
charge of tbe Europcoa fleet. It is said
Capt. Daniel Am men will be assigned to
tbe charge of the Bureau of Navigation.
Commodore O.JL, Rogers will succeed Capt.
Ammen in charge" of the Bureau of Yards
O on oral instructions will be issued by tho
Commissioner of Internal Revenuo, in a
few days, to all collectors to tbe effect that
they must immediately make a final report
of all taxes held by them for collection.
Saratoga. Sept. 11. The great four-
oared boat race came off on Saratoga Lake
this morning, and won by tbe Ward crew
in 24 minutes and 24 seconds. The Tyne
crew was second. Biglino third, Taylor
Winsbip fourth. The Taylor-Winship crew
claim that Biglino's fouled tbem at tbe
stake boat. The Judges decided tbat a
dead beat for tbe third place between them
be decided by a race between the two crews
Nkw Youk, Sept. 11. Tbe injunction
ease against the city officials came up this
morning. The defendants all appeared by
counsel, and announced thoir readiness to
The Controller's office this morning was
found to have been entered by burglars, an 1
a number of vouchers and bills, paid in
Lexington, Ky., Sept. II. Jacob Har
per and Betsey Harper, brother and sistr
of John Harper, tbe well known turtman,
were found murdered in the latter 's bouse.
Several negroes living mar the place have
been arrested on suspicion, blood having
been found on their clothes. Tbe evidence
is strong against tbem. Their object was
New York, Sept. II. A great crowd as
sembled at tbe Court House to-day to wit
ness the proceedings in the injunction suit
against the eity officials. The Corporation
counsel, O'Gorman, appeared for the city
officials, and said bis clients desired no de
lay and were ready to correct the charges.
The personal counsel for Tweed desired
delay in order to put in a separate answer,
as he had failed to secure any such state
ment against him. The great crowd ne
cessitated adjournment to the Circuit Court
room, where reading of affidavits was be
gun by O'Gorman.
Avgista, Sept. 11. A Republican meet
ing is being held to-night to rejoice over
tbe victory in the State, and the remark
able triumph in this city. Tbe Republican
majority in this city is nearly three rimes
as great as it ever was in so full a vote.
Thirty-nine towns show a Republican gaiu
of one thousand.
New York, Sept. 12. The theft yester
day discovered in tbe Controller's office
was . the exciting topio of conversation
throughout the city last evening. There
were various' opinions in regard to who
stole the vouchers, and what tbey were
stolen for. Some think tbe affair was one
of the Ring tricks, for the purpose of forcing
the Controller to resign, and this thoory
seemed U have acquired plausibility, when
late last night it was announced that Mayor
Hall addressed the Controller a communi
eation, setting forth that he (the Mayor)
was constrained to conclude that tho
exigency demanded his retirement from
the head of tbe Finance Department, in
order that some other person might bo
placed there by the Mayer, who will bn
enabled to investigate tbe affairs of tbe
Controller's office and restore publio con
fidence. The Mayor adds, in his letter,
tbat, as he cannot suspend any bead of any
Department, pending an investigation, and
as charges could only be preferred to the
Court of Common Pleas, which alone can
remove, after considerable tjme and trial,
he is compelled to throw himself upon the
magnanimity of tbo Controller in tbe re
In Wall street, during tbe afternoon, a
decline was produced in securities in which
tbe Ring were especially interested. City
stocks also fell.. A feeling of distrust pre
Controller Connelly is greatly dispirited,
as be bad been diligently engaged last
week in preparation of accounts which tbe
missing vouobera weald explain. Many of
the Controller's friends claimed that the
vouchers were abstracted by some enemy of
tbe Controller's merely, for tbe purpose of
creating an erroneous impression that he
was privy to their abstraction. Tt is as
serted that for some time past Mayor Hall
has been anxious to hare the place of Con
nelly filled by some other person, and tbat
a breach bas occurred between the Ring,
which placed Hall and Sweeney in coalition
against Tweed and Connelly, and tbat the
attacks made upon the two latter gentlemen
by certain Democratic newspapers, and the
request therein for their resignation, were
inspired by the former. Tbe World says
if the Controller disregards the demand of
tbe Mayor, he will find before night that
tbe scorching public indignation will make
the city too hot to hold him. It adds that
it may be his misfortune, not his fault,
that this alleged robbery of bis department
occurred just at this critical juncture, and
it hopes the Mayor may be afforded an op
portunity. A dispatch from Washington says, Mrr.
R. B. Connelly, on the 8th of last month,
transferred to her son-in-law half a million
dollars in L'.'S. Bunds.
New York, Sept. 12 The poli.e, thos
far bave failed to discover any cine to the
theft of the Controller's office. It is said
duplicates of the stolen vouchers remain in
the Controller's office, and the originals
are recorded in full in the office bonks,
which are safe. The Controller has signi
fied no intention of resigning.
Washinoton, Sept. 12. Tho Georgia
journals are commenting freely on the fact
that Governor Bullock bas been absent
from tbe State over two months. As there
is no Lieutenant Governor, the dnties of
bis office during bis absence devolve up m
the President of the Senate, and next npon
the Speaker of the House. The last heard
of Governor Bulloc was on the 9th inst.,
be was at San Francisco.
AuansTA, Me., Sept. 12. Indications
derived from a rarcful footing of returns
received to-day at noon are that' Governor
Perham's majority is nearly 11,000." The
official miijority last year was 8.2J.8.
New York, Sept. ;i2. Tbe meeting of
Irish wexkingmen last nigbt applauded an
addsees in denunciation of the Tammany
leavers. O' Donovan Roaaa, in a short ad
dress, regretted that the Irish were led by
Taauiany Hall. Members of the ring
were referred to in bitter language, and
Mayor Hall as a Know Nothing and jug
gler. The Time says it is now stated, on
authority of IIn. R. R. Roosevelt), tV&o
cratio member of Congress from the t-ourth
District in this city, that te aebttrf. New
York City is not less than SSOOOOO.OOO, or
181 per cent, of the assess! valuation of
tbe real estate, which is tn ,uly part that
can be counted m to py the debt Of
this cuormous twrdeH -orc than $50,000,
000 has been auNfed r',nc0 januar lf ,8o9i
unoer the admJt4f;ation of tne Rmg
There fa the best authority for stating
that Mayar Jall will take no further action
lookhig toward the removal of Controller
Ootonolly. In . a conversation with a re
porter this evening he stated that he had
no intention of preferring articles of uu-
pcaohment against Connolly.
Charleston, Sept. 12. Accounts from
all parts of tho Stato represent tbat the
continuous rains the past week have been
very disastrous to the cotton. On tbe is
lands it is expected the yield bas been cut off
at least oue-half, and from the interior of
the State reports of rust and shedding qf
the fruit by the plant aro universal .
Tbe Beaufort (S. C.) Republican of the
7th instant, mentions several cases of yel
low fever, two of which were fatal.
Washinoton, Sept. 12. The United
Stat os Consul at Liverpool writes to the
Department that in consequence of the
prevalence of the cattle and foot and mouth
disease in England, he has discontinued
granting certificates to ship cattle to the
Baltimore, Sept. 12. The Republican
State Convention for tbe nomination of
candidates for Governor and State offfecrs.
net to-day. All couuties except Talbot
were represented. Anions tbo delegates
were twenty colored men.
Hon. Jacob Towne, of Creil, was nom
inated for Governor by acclamation, Alex
ander Ratnsdell for Attorney General, and
Lawrence J. Brengle, of Frederick, for
New York, Sept. 13. A mornin;; paper
bas tho stateute t that John w. Norton,
Superintendent of tbe Money Department
of tbe City Postoffice, is defaulter to tbe
extent of from $100,000 to $150,000. He
drew on tbe U. S. Treasury at tbe Sub-
Treasury for $142,000 ostensibly for use in
tbe Postoffice Department.- This money he
is known to bave used in speculations in
Wall street. He bas compromised witb
tbe Government and resigned his position.
Other employees are said to be suspected of
It is believed Mayor Hall's request for
the resignation of Controller Connolly will
be refused, and tbe latter will be the means
of securing a description of the ring faction.
Tbe efforts which have been made by Hall
and Sweeney to crusfh Tweed and Connolly
have met an indignant response by friends
of the latter gentlemen, who insist tbat if
any resignations be made they must in
clude all who are in any way tinctured
with complicity in the transactions of the
City Government. The only difference
which is said to rxist between Hall and
Sweeney and Tweed and Connolly, is that
the former aro a great deal more crafty and
deceitful tban the latter.
Angust Bc-lmont was yesterday in con
sultation with Mayor Hall, and tbe event
gave rise to many rumors that bo would be
appointed to succeed Connolly, in case tbe
! Ingersoll, one of the gents who drew
large claims against' tbe new Court House,
was said yesterday to have disappeared for
San Francisco, Sept. 11. It is fcarod
that John McClynn, for Harbor Master,
"may be beaUn by Kosenfeld, he having
run behind his ticket in all parts of the
Stat;. Tbo figures so far received aro very
Flour Superfine, $6 757 i extra, $7 50
Wheat 38a tons good milling sold on
Saturday at $2 70, and 200 tons to-day,
Tbo Board of Supervisors to-day held a
special meeting at which communications
were received from Badlam, asking a re
count of votes for Assessor ; from Mc
Clynn; for a recount bf votes of tho city
and county for Harbor Commissioner ;
from C. II . Stanyan, demanding a recount
of votes on Supervisor of Twelfth Ward ;
from Louis Franconi, of Second Ward, and
Geo. Schwartz, of the Tenth, demanding a
recount of votes for Supervisors, and fmm
Wm. Carroll, of the Tenth Ward, for a ro
count of votes on School Directors. Re
counts were ordered as asked, and tbe
Mayor apopintod Supervisors Bes Menzies,
Goodwin, Cuinmings and Harold as a com
mittee. Tbe returns are being watched in
the. Connty Clerk's office night and day by
one man from each party, besides tbe clerks.
This afteraoon S. J. Hensley wheeled C.
C. Boyce through Kearney street in a
wheelbajrow, in pursuance of an election
bet, Unnsley having gambled on the Dem
ocrats. He was dressed like a sport, with
white kid gloves and cravat to match. The
party was accompanied by drum, fife, band
and a large crowd. A considerable sum in
contributions fur the joint benefit of the
Protestant and CatDolie Orphan Asylums
was collected from tbe crowd.
Tho demurrer of the De Young Brothers,
of the Chronicle, to tho indictment for libel
charging Caey with improperly manipu
lating matters at Mare Island was over
ruled to-day. The case ordered on the
The Republican .Central Committee is
confident that tbo majority in the State
will exceed 6,000 and tbat McGlynn is cer
tainly elected Harbor Commissioner.
Santa Cruz, Sept. 11. Tbe Senatorial
contest between Bock and Flint for joint
Senator from the counties of Santa Crui
and Montercjr is very close. Flint claims
six majoritv. Beck (Dem.) asserts ho bas
five majority. A recount is now iu pro
gress. Yrf.ka, Sept. 11. Tbe official rote of all
biir t we slhaM' precincts Is in. Siskyon
county, which will not give" fire majority
cither way, gives Haight 230 ; Pcarce, 251
San Francisco, Sept. 11. The Com
mittee appointed by tbe Supervisors to re
count tbe vote commenced tbe Second Ward
this evening, but found that the law was
imperative. The counting must be done by
a Committee of the Whole in tbe presence
of a full Board, and thereupon quit. The
Board will proceed with the recount to
The whole Republican Slate ticket is
elected including the three Congressmen
with tbe exception of McGlynn, for Har
bor Commissioner, who is probably beaten
by a scratch .
Booth's majority in San Francisco is
2,875 majority in the Stato is probably
from 5,000 to 7,000. A number of outside
counties are yet to bo heard from.
The Taxpayers of San Francisco elec
tbe Mayor aud all the other candidates, ex
cept Badlam for Assessor, who is beaten by
nearly 300 ; Uig.ins for Recorder, wbo is
beaten by Hyncs ; the Supervisor of tbe
Fourth Ward, who is beaUn by Tim Mc
Carthy, Independent candidate ; .one School
Director and one Justice of the Peace.
San Francisco, Sept. 12. The Liver
pool quotation of wheat i given at 12s. lOd.
Supervisor Kelly, lass evening, presented
a bill of J560 for meals, cigars and liquors
furnished to the officers of election in the
Twelfth -Ward, second precinct, or at the
rate of 8187 to each man. The Board of
Supervisors refused to allow it.
Houghton's majority for Congress in the
First District, official, is 2.874. '
Wheat 1,000 sfeaacoaat, $2 671; 800 sks
Bar milling, $2 72J.
Oats The range of the market is $1 82 J
Hay Two small lots sold at $19 50
20 ; 60 bales ejeoice wheat, $23 50 per ton
Potatoes Halfmoon Bay, 8087Jc;
Choice 90c; Mi ssion, 6575c.; Sweet,
$1 Ml 85.
San Francisco, Sept. 13. The steamers ,
Constantino, for Portland, and Wm. Taber,
for San Diego, have both hauled off, hav
ing been sold to Holladay t Brenham.
This is positive. The Ajax takes the
place of the John L. Stephens in the Port
This has been one of the wannest days of
the season a regular down-cast summer
Both tbe Australian aud New Zealand
steamers carried away an unusually large
number of passengers to-day.
Tbe recount vote of the city so far has re
sulted in no change worth the thousandth
part of the trouble. They are now at work
on the Fifth Ward, having discovered no
error in tbo first half of the votes.
Flour Three thousand bbls Eldorado
and Gulden Age, superfine, for China.
The export demand is quiet, tho Ring
leader, for Hongkong, being the ouly ves
Wheat Tho market is from 10 to 15 cents
higher than it was a weok ago. ' Sales of
500 sks coast $2 45 ; 250 sks good milling
$2 6SJ ; 300 ska choice $2 52J2 85.
The owuera of the steamer Constantino
state that she has simply been bauled off
for repairs, and not sold out to Holladay &
Brenham, as reported. '
Tbe wbole available rolling stock of tbe
C. P. R. R. is being brought into uie to
hurry forward to the East tbe cargo of tea
brought by the steamer Alaska, the Eng
lish steamer Cleuta being already duo with
another cargo, and several ships under way
with similar ones.
8an Francisco, Sept. 13. It is stated
that the Republican Nominating Conven
tion will be called together to formally en
dorse the Taxpayers' Judicial nominations.
It is believed no chaugef will be made.
Tbe recounting is still going on. The Su
pervisors are now at work on the Sixth
ward. Witb the exception of a number of
ballots on which the name of Alex. Bad
lam had been erased by the nitrate of silver
dodge, no evidence of frand, and few errors
have yet been discovered.
BV STATE TEIiEGRAPlI.
Oakland, Sept. 11. On Saturday even
ing, the 9tb inst., the Republicans fired 100
guns in honor of the Republican victory in
California. Tbey claim to bave fired tbe
first gun in Oregon over the California elec
tion. Grease Ilcr Knees.
Mayne Reid, the prolific au'bor, tf
wild stories for little and big Children,
was once a gallant eoldier, and distin
guished himself in the Mexican war.
After tbe capture of tbe City of Mexico
he was wont to empty bis trunk in
adorning hi' person before ratlin? up
oti the ftir Uuadaloupr, and wbile so
doing would stir up bis enthusiasm by
reciting poetry, much to the w rath aud
disgust of his brother ttlicere, who had
no fine clothes and no loves Oue day
wbile dressing be roared out :
"At midnight iu his guarded lent,
The Turk lay dreaming of tbe hour
When Greece, her knees "
"I say, Reid," interrupted Ned Mar
shall, " why did they grease ber
"You said 'grease ber knees.' Now,
ibe question that agitates tbe country
is wby did tbey grease ber knees?''
Tbe gay lieutenant gazed for a mo
ment in blank amazement, and then
eaid sternly :
"You're a fool !"
A duel was tbe consrqueoce, in
which Ned Marshall pot tbe worst of it.
A western writer gives this coTiical
sketch of the "Injun of tbe Period:''
"Pictures in the old geographies used
to represent the Indian standing soli
tary nod in a melancholy altitude on
a rock, gazing in a sad, reflective way,
upon a train of cars speeding along in
the valley below. Tie seemtd weeping
to see the steam burse invading bis
hunting grounds and overcome witb
gloomy forebodings as to his future.
I saw this lonely Indian at tbe railroad
depottbis morning, lie was grumbling
because the train was a few minutes
behind time, and talked 'loud' to tbe
depot agent in good missionary English
because tfe didn't hurry up and check
bis carpet bag. He looked delighted
when ht saw tbe train coming, shook
bands witb he conductor wben it ar
rived, borrowed a 'chaw terbacker' of
a brakesman, aod as tbe train moved
away I saw bim comfortably stretched
out on twe Brats, eating peanuts aud
readiDg a comic paper."
Ten elephants recently arrived from
Ceylon, and were taken, via tbe Hud
son River Kiilroad, to Oanada. All
the animals entered tbe cars prepared
for tbprn quietly, except the largest of
the number. Rajah. In rain tbe keep
ers pricked bim with their ppears,
scolded, praised, or enticed bim. He
would not move an inch, and showed
symptoms ot rage, which wre very
alarming. Finally, tbe baby elephant
(eight years old) was led in and out of
the car several times ; and at last, after
be bad been mollified with Sugar, Cin
dy and sponge cake, Rajnh slowly and
witb great deliberation followed bis
companion, carefully letting with bis
lorel'eet the strength of tbe planks
leading from tbe platform to the truck.
Each elrpbaut was then provided with
abundance of bay and water, aod tbe
train moved away. Their trunks weut
A curious observer states that the
California ant-ealing woodpecker, in
storing its provisions for Winter use,
digs a small round bole in tbe bark of
tbe pine or oak, and inin these insrrts
an acorn so tightly wedged in as to be
with difficulty extracted. The bark of
tbe pine tree, wben tbajg filled, pr -Ben's
at a short distance the appear
ance of being studded with brass
beaded nails. Stowed away in large
quantities in this manner, tbe acorns
not only supply the wants of the wood
pecker, but tbe squirrels, mice, and
jays avail themselves likewise of tbe
fruits of provident labor.
A Swedish paper, claims tbat tjere
are mare -novelists of exceptional -power
in Scandinavia than in any oth
er country. Certainly there are none
of the greater fecundity than Scandi
navian writers. Last year, in Swedes
alone, seven hundred and ten books
J .vere published, and in little Denmark
four hundred and thirteen. In this
connection it may be stated tbat tbe
new King of Vpaio is an eager reader,
and is patronizing Spanish publica
tions witb great liberality. It is said
that four times as many books are now
published in Spain as during the late
reign of Isabella II.
We Are glad to learn from so bigh so
authority as Professor Tynds.ll tbat
tbe total amount of heat which the"
sun sends annually to the earth, Is ins
variable, and hence, if any portion of
tbe earth's surface daring any given
year be colder, than ordinary, we may
infer witb certainty that some oiber
portion of tbe surface is then warmer
pr. Livings o has not had any pan
taloons to speak of for four years, tbe
merchant tailors of Uj'ji refusing to
credit bim. With a little paint, how.
ever, and a fragment of lion skin
around his loins, the Doctor has man
aged to keep himself in presentable
condition for the leaves of African
ruonarchs, wbose regulations concern
ing count costumes are quite liberal.
The loss to tbe works of art by tbe
destrnction of tbe Hotel de Ville,
Galignan tells us, will be very great.
Tbe 80,000 or 100,000 books wbich
com prist the library are a complete
loss, as alio are many very valuable
pictures from tbe peneils of some .of
the grandest artists France bas ever
" Boy," snid an ill-tempered old fel
low to a noisy lad, what are yon
hollerin' for wben I am going by?"
" Humph I" returned tbe boy, " what
are yon roicg by for jrben I am hol
At nd Below Portland Prices.
T. CUININGHAM & CO.,
SALEM, OHKOOH, ,
Offer (or sale tbe following splendil assortment
ot machines :
Swespitskc Tbrnboi With new Im
provement for 1S7I, which makes this the
best machine ever brought to this coast
Genulie Bnrkry. Hrtpraad Slow
r r Combine! ttmil and selt-rkr litre
suk-s. This machine s'anfl. st the very head
el; American Riers, and for strength, beau
. trWt)d excellence has do equal.
IttyJ rVork Combined Reaper awd
Jrlower With au'oumtlc srlt-raktnc at
' Uchmeni Iwo stars. This machine is too
well known to need special commendation
hera. W guarantee ll In every respect.
IC.w'To'a Hand Haklnff Reaper
and Mower Combined, will do good
work auder all circum.tances.
Bant. Ka(lc H..urr and f ewr
Cmbli,ed, strooK, excellent, aud tbe cheap
est machine In the market.
Easterly Heapsr and Blower Com
bined. Walter Wood's Keeper and Mower
Buckeye Mower Four sites.
Woods' Mower Two staes.
Kxrelslor Mower Two sites.
Haloes' U.aala. Meadere Wl h new
Improvement 10 to 12 feet cut.
Bam' flipper and Oilffln'S Balky
Oil din's Revolving Horse Rakes,
if eras Powe a Corey's, 8weept.ket and
Pitt's all iIhi.
SEndleta lialn Tnreshera.
Scythes and Snaths, Grain Cradlrs, Hay and
Grain rka rto?ea, I lows and Harrows,
in great variety. Hardware, Iron
and Steel, Hubs, t-ptkel,
Felloes, Ktms and
a ales, o
we"Xre ages ra for the celkbratkd
.Four bIki contnUy on hnd.
We are Pole Agmtt for the well-known
BOWIE PREJiiUM WAGON,
Which wc oOVr t low prhe, and will warrant
litem rqal. If not .ujrenor, tn any wcn Id tl
or any other market a written guarantee fur
oUhsd With each niton.
T CLMAIKOHAM fc CO.
Salem, May Tib.
Salem Tin Slore.
ANDERSON & BROWN.
Urag aud Zinc
Force and LlftPnmpa,
Houae Furnishing Goods.
They also manufacture Tin, sheet Iron, and Op
per Ware, and
Welchs Rolary Washing Maqhine
Invaluable to ail hcuseki-cpera.
1'lun.bina and S earn piic fi ling.
Repairing prompt y done. d Aw
W. W. MAKT1N
Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler,
Cotno-eralsvl Mrt, SsUam.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL.
-' GOLD AND SILVER.
IKWEMtYOF ALL KINDS,
Cloclfs, IVatrlies & Jewelry
, Repaired In the best manner.
Solid Cold Jewelry
MADE TU ORDIR.
I. w. MEASOm
; ; liriswold's Block, Opposite Bant.
Drs. ?m1ih A Meredith ari now In possession o
a new invention in dental plates, which for beau
i ty ami comfort far eterU anything that hit ever
, beeu introdut-'t'd in the prut- ssion.
The InveniU-n is now patented, and railed te
; 'Purvtn and fruit h impiovement on varum or
. iiicfon nla'es
This improvement Cf-nsis In suppotin the
, plate to the mouth ith small hare attached to
. .he plate ami vncuum, tnstea-l o' coverinf Ihe
i whole roof nt the tmuth with the plate, a bas
heen the cuntom heretofore.
We iui-.d to introduce this style of work In
t the prufefMon, as "soon s practcabU. Hpeci
. n os of this new style ot woik can be seen at
; Urs. iitth A MiTfiitli's office. All our former
f patrons and the puh'ic in general are cordially
; invited to cat) an examine tnvm. augtHiawu
'200 Choppers and Loggers
To do clearing work on the Northern Pacific
Railroad, between the Cwliti River and Hog
den s. Also.
i WELL BROKEN OX TEAMS.
Men apply to C. T. SIIIRMlN. it rumphrcj'i
Csirti. on Guam.
Mcalj work and t"04l wage.
iHOMA- B MORRIS.
Engineer Pac. Dir.
Kalsma, Pcpt 7 d-wocU
COOKE & SMITH.
SASH, DOORS ANO BLINDS
. Inside and Outside Finish,
Scroll Sawing and 1'uraing,
t7Mosldlsiga Made to Ord.r.
' Regular sites of work constantly on haid. ,
6f Orders from Uie coontrj promptly filled.
Kartory Oil Blork Kaat of Chcmck
gUleti, May 10. aawtf
Sa em Flouring Mills
BK8T FAMILY FLOUK,
BsKKII'S KITRA, XXX,
iMiddliugH, Uran and Shorts
OONSTANTXT ON HAND.
y HIOHKKT PP1CK IN CASH ft
PAID FOU WHEAT
AT ALL TIMt? "
II. C. KISNKY.
A sent 8. F. M. Co.
J. H. HAAS,
Watches, Clocks and Jewell
Solid Silver Ware,
Watch., Clstb awd J.w.lt)
ty And Batls'actlon Warranted.
J. H. HAAS,
Salem, Not , lS70.;d 9 SUM sL, galea.
Havr Strani. Tt ifar
rOd Uiii frioaU rbmpo.foa
desiraa tnioniatln. im free f.
;Ma. U. MKTZ'iER,
DRUGS fc MEDICINES
UNK WEED REMEDY
Tills remedy is composed of the actire prin
ciple of tho Unk Weed, Kng. lhaaplum. Cot
datum OriraaiM, Lat. Indipciiouf to Orrtton
Grows tn at abundantly and icrfectly lii Vh
It contains an actire volatile principle ex
tra ted by Ether, and a bluer Tonio prtsicfple.
MfQCM. fR PrRTitS AND USES.
It is the most sure and Speedy Care (or Rhea
matliMn, Rheumatic Gout and Rhecn atic Pains
of all kinds that has ever bt-en ln(roiueed In the
Materia MeUica. The Ui.k Weed Remedy as
prepared by us. In consequence of the existing
bitter principles possesses the uteemarj virtue
Promoting the Appetite and Invigorating the
whole Digestive Apparatus, thus budding and
strengthening the sy.tem, while at the same time
the volaUe principle, being absorbed In the
acta siteclfically on the Rheumatic Poison, re
moving It from the circulation and system. -
Ttiere are a few remedies known to the Med
leal profession, which will remove the Rheumat
ic poison from the blood, but whose actkn is so
Mwerful tn depressing the system of tbe already
enfeebled Rheumatic patient, that their use has
to be abandoned before specific effects art ob
tainablehence the want cf success in treting
this prevalent, 'nd in consequence, heretofore
incurable disease. Unlike these Medicines, al
ready known, tbe
UNK WEED REMEDY
Though producing as powerful and aa active ef-
lects on the blood and system In removing tha
Rheumatic poison, also possesses a strong Tonic
and recuperating clement, which admits of its
continued use even In the n:-st delicate and de
bilitated. Thus we have the combination for the
first time of these 1 wo necessary elements in the
one remedy whhh accounts lor U supeiior and
never failing curative effects in
Rhanmatltm, Eh.nmatlo Goat,
Rh.ssnatio Palta of
A' I Ktnda.
Pet l'p In. 10 oi. Bottles at $1.50
PREPARED AT THE
Oregon Medical Laboratory
OR. A.M.LQRYEA & CO,
Kaat Portland, Oregon.
""For Sale by all Druggists.
Th Ureal VqulvaUnt.-Tlie world
may be ifelj rhaUenge-l to produce so perfect
tinaUUoD of anjthm In nature, aa
Tarrant1 1 Seltzer Aperient
In of IU original the PelHfrStninir of Germany
The Aperier t, baaed on a correct analyst of the
Beltavr VV'ttt-r it errn urrrir to the maDafae-
ture or IS at u re herself, because It contain all the
active medicinal properties of the nrimr. nnal
loyed by any of the Inert and oeleu particle
tound In all mineral founialm. The geaaiit
article belacr aeearefia you bare the
Peltier Wa?er of Europe purified and perfected.
and probably be best, the moat renlal character
and antibllious preparation on the face of the
BOLD BY ALL LRL'GGTSTS.
now to cuiti':
AT the eotnmenrement of the Diarrhoea, which
always premies an attack of the Chnlera,
take a tesponr lul of the Pain Killt-r In surar
and water. hof, tl convenient,) and then bathe
freely the staiach and bowels with the Palo Kil
ler clear. 8houll the diarrhoea or cram con
tinue, repeal Ihe do.e every ten or fifteen min
utes until the patient Is relieved In extreme
caeei. two or more teaspoonfuli mJ be given at
The Pain Killer, sa an internal remedy has no
equal In cases of Cholera, rummer Complaints,
Dyspepsia, Dysentery. Arthn.a, It cures In one
n'frht, hy takutf II internally, and hathtna with
It frerly. .Its action if like maulc, when exter
nally applied tn O'd fores. Burn, Scalds and
fpralns. For Pick Headache and Toothache,
don't fail to try it. In short, it is a Pais Ktixaa
Direction! accompany each bi ttle.
The KiHer Is sold by all dealers In Medicines
Price, SO cents, SO cents, and II per bottle,
An Infallible BLOOD pumifier. possess
ing rare toxic and nsmvnvE properties'
a certain core for atlas: a;M.Tisaa. cocr.
XEfjst AM.CIA. and all kindred Disease.
It completely restore the system wben lm.
paired by disease, revives tbe action of the
HIDSITS mm CEIITU OStCAJi". radi-
call; core, scbofula. salt aitfi.
and all eittive mm citajtiois Dis
eases, gives immediate and permanent relief
in DTirrrsiA, EavsrrtLAS. Tumors,
Boils, Scald Bead, Ulcers and Sores; eradl
catcs from the system all traces of Mercurial
It is rirsEa.v vegstasle, being mad.
from an herb found indigenous in Caukna
It is therefor, peculiarly suitable for use by
Females and Children, aa a blood rti.
FIEBl mm StEIHOVATOB.
For Sal by all Druggists.
R E 0 1 R QTQ R HOSTCTTCR CO.
529 and 631 Market Street,
.Halem Urns' Store!
JKKP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
THATCHER, . feO'.
GREAT SUMMER TONIC.
err ui'i far iil liiiif tf C.Iiim Bark
A pteasaat Cordial ahleh trengthens and
proves tit Dtgesttoa, aa seelle.t preventive el
revere. Fever aad Asae, Ac., and a sreat Rene
valor and Tente for tavatids and drbtltlated per
eaa llaoaaii A ., New Yrk, tola ManaTao
larrra. fttd by all Drcgft. ju!)2
let no roa Mreha-. aat ante dravn in fa.
r of riltaeeraard." a In. am. and mart.
rafrs irtih u aSf , .era stolen rrni me.
LL ZABtT J Wlt.nr
Aoj. t4 7.
I ea i.-.-'cv.-i.
-'-'--r-i a --.
. Uloney Cannot Buy It !
VOll SIGHT IS PI.ICKL.ESS!
Tlie Diamond lases,
M.I.NCTA TDRID I T
J. E. SPENCER & CO., N. Y.,
Which are now .IT'red to the public, are pro
nounced by all the celebrated Ojticans
ol the World to lw the
Natural, Artificial help to the human ee erer
They are eround antler th?.r own luperrUfon,
from minute Ciystal Pebble, melted tether,
ami derive their name, Diamond. on account
of their hardnes and brilliancy.
The Scientific Principle
On which they are constructed bring the core or
centre of the lent directly In front of the eye,
producing a clear and distinct vtvion, aa In the
natural, healthy sight, and preTentlnK U un
pleasant sensntiooR, such as glimmeringf and
wavering of stent, dimness, Ac , peculiar to al
others In nse.
They art Mounted in the Finest Mannerh
lit frames of the best quality, of all materials
ued for thai purpose.
THEIR FINISH ANO DURABILITY
CANNOT BE SUFPAPSED.
CaU'Ion. None gtnuine unless bearing their
trade mark stamped on every frame.
Jeweler and Optician, Sola Agent for
From whom they can only be obtained. These
goods are not supp-ted to Pedlers aiao price.
The. I.cabo Ferry
18 lire miles and a Imlf south of Salem, an I Is
the easVat and moat direct route from
Salem to independence,
Monmouth, Cor VaUtla.Yaqulna Bay,
And all intermediate points.
A New and Commodious Boat, firmly con
structed, so as to ferry stock of all kinds witb
salety and dltpatch. Tha hanks have been great
It improved, and the roads are in a better con
dition than ever before. An accommodating
f err Tiu an will always be Id attendance, but an
extra charge will be made for crossing at late
CHA9. W. PJCTTYJOUH,
SALEM BREWERY I
The Oldest Brewery in Town I
Is ready to furnish hi customers with better
ALE .Sc gg BEER
Than he has ey.r made before.!
r'AMlLIES 81TPLIED TO OBDEH.
tVQrien from tbe country promptly filled at
regular rates. majldaw
jaaits a. rrro
JSTITZEIa Jt UPTON,
Corner of Front 4 Washington St's,
Will attend to tbe purchase and Sale of
Ecal Estate In all Tarts or Oregon.
l?T Loans negotiate.! on First Mortgage Real
Estate and Collateral Security.
Agents for the Bale of Blocks and Lota
1st Ilolladay Addition to Kaat
C. C. WAY,
Salesman an 1 Sollcltlnf Ascot.
MsKiB.. Ladd A Tiltoh, Bankers, Portlsnd
H. D Git tut.
Wassiaaia k Co.
Jas. Stkkl, Cashier, First National Bank.
OCEAN BEACH WAGON ROAD.
riiHIS ROAD IS NOW OPEN AND IN GOOD
O t 11 11 1 Foetl
Can be procured at the toll pate at 75 en. a buthel
UMnjr visitors are now ai the Beach.
R. P EARH ART,
Secretary T.IO.B. Wagon Koad Co.
TEE KEW Jtu
For a few cents you can buj
:f yonr Grocer or Druggist s
: act age of SEA MOSS FARIXE
made from pure Irish Moss, or
Carrageen, Trhich will snake
sixteen quarts of Blanc Mange,
and a like quantity of Pud
dings Custards, Creams, Char
Idtte Rosso, &c It is the
cheapest, healthiest, and most
delicious food in tho world. It
makes a splendid Dessert, and
has no equal as a light and
Aelicato food for Invalids and
A Glorious Change ! !
THE GREAT WORLD'S TOXIC.
i .antation Bitters.
This wonderful vegetable
restorative Is the sheet-anchor
of the feeble and debili
tated. As a tonic and cordial
for the aged and languid. It
has no equal among stom
achics. As a remedy for the
nervous weakness to which
women are especially sub
ject, it is superseding every
Dther stimulant. In all Cli
mates, tropical, temperate,
or frigid, it acts as a specific
in every species of disorder
which undermines the bodily
strength and breaks down the
animal' spirits. For sale by
ST. HELEN'S HALL,
A Boarding and Day Schoo
FOR GrlRUS !
Conducted by the Mlrses Kodnev. under ra
pervl.lon of the Blcht B.v. B. Wkttar Morris. D
D. The Christina brm will begin en th. J
tX Those desiring to be admitted' b-ardinf
poiils, should raaketartyappllca'lor, Jv!0-3m
r. h. Mcdonald & co.
San Francisco, Cal.
Call the attention of Dealer to their lame ""ort
inent of " Newly Arrived" tiooda. eotniosed to
part of the following articlea, twiW wftii ererv
thing kept In a well supplied Hf M01-XSIAX.E
Taoase A SvrrOKiaa,
at.ii.ijii vib, I J. . . mrm
i i nu
ay nieti yet otter at tne toweai ,aau . -
determined not to be undersold. .
R. IL HcDONAXJ A CO., 8S Faaacisco, Cau
FOR 8 ALE. 4
OTTt DRIB HrMXEMt. located In Ran
i ranclseo. t:L After our beat wtaliea, and expreaa.
Ing our thanks for tho liberal patrooAff. w. liar,
received for more than twenty -one year, during
which period wa have been steadily engaged In
tha Drug business In California, wo beg Jo say In
consequence of Ihe rapid growth of Dr. walker
California Vinegar Bitter, now spread over in.
Vnlted Btate and countries tar beyond, we r
necessitated to devote our nUr time to said bua.
111 We are the Oldest Drag flrm on th Pacific Coast
and the only one. continuous under the aame pro
prietors sine. IBM, and have determined to sell our
large, prueperous, and well eaUUUbed buauwM ou
lavorable terms. , .
This Is a rare opportunity for men with meana,
of entering Into a profitable bustneas with advaa
tage never before offered.
tor particulars enquire of .
It U. McDOXALD A CO..
It H. McDonald, 1 Wboleaale Druggata,
J.-C. SrutciuH, San Franc iaro Cal.
N. B. t" mil a sale Is nude we shall continue our
Importations, and keep a large stock of freh goods
constantly on baud, and sell at price, to dely com
petition. I. WALira, rniM"r. It- II rlw. a A fa., lroM
A G.a. AfuU,&i f rwi ..C.l.n. U Cwiw Un.f
niLMOIS Bear TmiIhwt their
We-awei-fal laratlrs Effects, t
Vinegar Bitter ar not a vile Fancy
Prink, Made of Peer Rsa, ' Walekey,
Preef Hplrlt. aad Rerase LI. .era, doc
tored, apiced and iweetened to plea, tha taaU,
called " Tonic," " Appetiser." " Bertorera," C
that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin,
but are a true Medicine, mad. from tha Native
Root and Herbs of California, free froaa all
Alcoholic Htlmalant. They are tt.
GREAT BLOOD Pl'KIFIER ana A
LIFE UIV1NU PRINCIPLE, a perfect
Renovator and Invigorator of the ffratem. carrr-
ng off alt polnonout matter and restoring to. blood
to a healthy condition. No person can take these
Bitter according to directions and remain lonr
anwelU provided their bone. ar. not dntroywl
by mineral poiaon or other meana, and the vital
vrgans wasted beyond the point of repair.
Ther area Uentle Pargatlve aa well
aa a Tonic, poaaeaalng, also, th. peculiar merit
?f acting as a powerful agent in relieving Congea
tion or Inflammation of tb Liver, and of all th
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, whether
in TOong or old, married or single, at th. dawn of
womanhood or at th turn of life, the. Tonio Bit
ters have uo equal.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Bke.
muff am and Goat, Dyaaeaala or In
digestion, Billon, Remittent and
Intermittent Fever. IMeeaae of the
piood.fLiver, Kidney aad Bladder,
these Bitter have been most necesfuL Bach
Plaenae are caused by Vitiated Blood,
which is generally produced by derangement of
the Digeatlve Orgnna.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION,
Headache, Pain In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tlcht
neas of the Chest, Dizziness, Bonr Eructation ot
lie Stomach, Bad Taste in the Month, Billon
Attack, Palpitation of the Heart. Inflammation ot
the Lungs, Pain in theregiona ot th. Kidney, and
a hundred other painful symptom are. the off
springs of Dyspepsia. Q
They invigorate the Stomach and stimulate tbe
torpid Liver and Bowels, which render them of
unequalled efficacy in cleansing tbe Mood of all Im
purities, and imiiarting new life and vigor to the
whole ilfWem. f
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruption. Tetter,
Salt Ileum, Blotclwa, bixita. Pimple, Puatulee,
Boils, Carbuncle. Ring-Worm. Scald Head,6or
Byes.Eryaipeln. Itch, Scurf. Piolorationof the
Skin, Humor and Disease of the Skm, of what
ever name or nature, are literally dug up and car
ried out of tbe avatem in a abort time by th. n of
these Bitter. One bottle in such case will con
vince tbe most incredulous of their curative effect.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon And tts
impurities bursting through the akin tn Pimples.
Eruptions or Sore ; deauae it when you find it
obstructed and amggiah in the vein. : deanae it
when it is foul.and your feeling will tell yon when.
Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system
PIN, TAPE, and other WORMS, nrkiag
tn the eyrtem of o many thousand, are effectually
destroyed ana removea.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. MCDONALD
CO., Druggist and Gen. Ageiita, San Franciano,
Cel.. and Si and Si Commerce Street. New York.
Emerson's . Singing; school : :
Compiled by one of the most eminent teachers
in th- country, and arranged caretutiy lor tl,e
use of Ringing tchj 4 Teachers. There is la
PARt' 1st A (rood Elementary Course. .
Snd -A Fine Collection f rerular Muic.
1 3d A Number of Cl.urcli Tunes and Au-
rend stamp fur Specimen Pgv.
fend A 7.50 per d"an for the book.
OLIVfR DITSON CO.. Ho tea.
C. H. DI fSON CO , N.w York-
For High Schools !
THE HOUR CF SINGING! !
A want Ion fe't il now be iupp1el. The
(Jcurof Mdli p. c iriii.tf! bv the diM.nrutht4
compoiier L. . V, MrK U ,nn. by W. t. TIl l'fN,
a I It brill and tnrcewd:! Tfart.tr t luc In
Hi-. iho It, is flic Willi ctxi sttjci rproiirim1
n usio, wiiicli may be rurip in one, two or thrcr
part?, fti-d a jioitinp m i.mr pati lher la al
i a C'lioprehtMisive Mt'j.enUry Oourat-, d4 a
Collection tif "Hyta-m and Tuuei' lor open ice
and clomi g
Sent, post-paid, on receipt of retail pi tee.
OLIVER DITSON A CO., Bottor.
CHAS. II. DIT30N A CO . New Yoik,
KEKKKK A 11 ALSTKAH.
95 LIBERTY 8T...NEW YoRK. i
OREGON AND NORTH-WEST
For buying and forwarding direct, via Isthmus
itll and Cape Horn, with Pan Prancuco
.connection,, allele nd variety
- , of Merchandise, and tor sal.
of Ks ports from UiC
Advarc made n rtrord consignment.,
and or'tcrs rt-!e-trul!y M,h .td. Ail order
and busines. wtil revrivr p'otiipt attertion.
KEW von A.
N. Y. Natl Ex. R k, cor. Col leg ci t
Mkiwh. A. K. C. K T.LT,tA Liberty
Mi. J. U I!b.bkil A Mao., Bink-r S
Broad- ei ree .
Mamas Haim.' i. Hiuul TBrnit,S48oath St.
Mi.ii. Law A Tut h, lu.nlter, Tertlcnd.
II.. K. 11 chmtii. , Portland.
A. A. McCdllv, fcq., flaivtu.
, a. II. ci a. A bb'HTUR,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
I ILL GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO
negotiating sale of real estate in Linn coun
ty, Oregon, also la making awl acknowledging ".'
Deed and Mortgage and othr convey inert,
and to the prompt collection of all claims thai
may bv entrusted to my rare.
Office In Poet Office building. Main Street, I b-non,Or.gxn-
8. u. CLAUtiUTvN.
NORTH SALEM STORE
W. Iu. AVADK,
AT THOI D CRISK!! PTOBK,
A Ft'laL ASSOKTMK.M
BOOTS 4k IIIE,
Hardware. Gen'al Merchandise,
. Calrnlaled for
City anil Co.in.jr Tratle.
(VOoods dclirervd loan part of the city free
' Nov. t-dwtl
SUNDAY SCHOOL CARDS
Front J. 0. Carrtgues a Co, rii iladdi hla.
he lrt est lot In Salem. At
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