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irMwrr asm.- v 1 napanm VOLUMR VI. AI.MNY, OREGON, 8EPTBMBER 13. 1873. NO. 11U(?S. ETC KO. SETYLEX1E1K, DRUGGIST, e8or t I. W. Wakefield), Piu ri.si.'s Sew llalldlnjs, First Street, A I.IUNV, OREGON. Dealer in f DRUGS AND MEDICINES. CHEailCALS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETt Ml ttrrlclett warranted pure, ami of the 'tn1" quality, 1'hvsiclans invscriptinns earefuily ccm-1-kim'M. ' Aos:!iy,Oct. 17. lSljlWtf A. MOTORS & CO., -tauten In HJ M.i ALN, OJIA, lAI?i'nS, All tin: popular P.ATERT MEDICINES, INK ir:u;i!Y, nuns, tobacco, RO't'MVA PiRM HtJil', aicd VolM. Hoods. Par .'i.iii cure mid promptness Riven Wiysiohuis' prescriptions and Family Bee 'l" "' X. (WIMTIIKKS A GO. AUiouy, Oivjioii-ivfi Murder in Albuny M-Ni;. K YET BEEN KNOWN, AND itci ..tareateuing of it at present. 11 Weill Ii Ii 'i cv: H wiii.h sometime must befall tbterof the human tuin- mm ana mm uid re'. lly; M U SUl-fltty, it your lll'i . If disease lays his vile hands upon m. i.Uisre IS r,ill"a balm in Gtleud," t, ', v'' ii .'on iua bo restored to perfect ti'lih.ttn i prolong your ilaystoamiracu- Uijae.xreiit. By isi'tin.r on V.. V. IS ILL SOW, W ith h 1 iUI seription, where you can have i le 1 by one experienced in t hat line, Also, constantly OH hand itMThcn! of frcti drags, patent , vlieniloali, paint, oils, dye seli!lc Agents for the P irli ?0' ( a miw'ntjw . iins.tru tMcbrat d I nk Weed Remedy, , ( ir. SO.'l on Kinmmatlc Cure; Dr. D. Jayne :nf lief nes, etc Positive ami Negative Powders 1" pi ins.oek. Aisoagenwioruie Home Miuttte hewing Machine, Onfl Of InemoHl useful picccsof household furniture exituit. Cull and examine. 11. CHILL & SON. Alhan v, dune I0,71-4ov3 The ii an 'avti remedy for Cough, la H ie,i Kir Tntnit, VTltufimu Qmflh, C . .. Mr r Comih'ntnl, JriMMU1BbtamQ , 'h tetiyn.and e eiv alfwtlon of the Tico.il l.imwiHil Chest, including CoN- Wiart RnlKiim of Wild Chrrry ,l . . (i Irv up a Cough, but loosens It, t ,1 imw ;ho lunsts.and allays irritation, ilm; r"WKifl the mutt! of the complaint. Koim genuine onless signed L Rutts. 1'rciiarcd by Skth W. Fowlk A Sons, Bos fun. tld fy Kkwiwton, Hostettek Sl Han Franciaw, mid by dealers gen rally. i MISCELLANEOUS. The Eyes! The Ears! DR. T. L. GOLDEN, Oculist and Aurtat. Albany, Oregon. GOLDEN IS A m of tlio noted old opthalmic doctor, 8. C.Oo'-'en. Iir. (ioldr i has bad experience in treating the various Atanumfl to which the eve and ear arc subject, and feds confident or giving entire satisfaction to those who may place themselves under his care. piuni FOR SALE! rm CELEBRATED W. A. WOOD'S REAPERS & MOWEIW. HhiimS Header, (Wood's improved.) Coqutllard'M Indlnnn Farm Wagon. The Kwtsel and Vibrator Thresher, (ijc.-ft machines on the coast. Statesman Foreefeed Irlll. Mnr Flows, and other machines Call, see, and gel price and terms Iiofore baying elsewhere, at my Blacksmith Shop, corner Second and Ellsworth sts., Albany, Oregon. 39v5 FRANK WOOD. DR.. GEO. W. GRAY, DENTIST, AI.KA.NY. OKI AMIS. 01 Fl'll'E IN PAHRISH BRICK BLOCK, i-i.nier Him ana terry streets, nesi- lenue uorner Finn ami rerry streets, i Mlicc hours from 8 to 12 o'clock a. m., and to o'clock p. ui. Iv4 FHAXKIJX MB MEAT MARKET 3 .J. R. littiretl, S'roprlctor. 1TILI ENDEAVOR TO BE ALWAYS T f iira,llit! u iihthe liest meats to be ha i in'tbe market, and will be ever ready to myximmodate those who may favor him wi ll a tail. SSvS W. H. KUHN & CO.. Wholesale, and Retail lHalersiu MIKA.r AXD HEAVY HARDWARE, BlILUEaV 1IABUWAKE, IRON AND STEEL, OAK aud liXM MI BM, JSi'tOKY A OAK SIMKI. HKIiOHV AX1.EN, Hardwood Lumber, It. iif ICiiUH. Mia(, Pole, Aen W003 AND WILLOW WARE, All of which are now offered to the pub lic at low rates. As we make the business a snecialtv, we can and w ill keep a better assortment, at, lower prices, than any house, m Ibis city. W. U. Kl ItN A CO., Moiiteith tire-proof brick, First street. Albany, June 14,lH7'Mlv4 Y. II. Mti'AltLAKD, iL ATE M. M. HARVEY CO.,) Opposite the hotels, Albany Oregon, STOVES, RANGES, Forte and Lift Fuuips LEAD AND IRON PIPE, Hollow We.,re, HOI si: I I liMSJUNS. HARDWARE, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Mare. I.AROENT NTOTK IN THE VAIXEY. Lowest Prices Every Time. Repair! off Properly Done. 40v2 EPIZOOTICS DlKTAXt:i2D. THE BAY TEAM NUM. I.IVNN, A ND IS FLOCRISHINO LIKE A.ikkfn J liny tree. Tliankfnl for past lhvors, and wishing to merit the coin biuanee of the same, the BAY' TEAM wiit rtlwaysbe ready, and easily found, to do any hauling within the citv limits, for a rmvotwMo compensation. ' tor Dell very oMlooda a MpeeiuHjr. A. .S. AUNOI.I'. Suva 1'ropririur, Rlil'l'BI.H AN STATE VO& VEJTTIOSI. Thukpdav, Sept. 11. 1873. The Convention was called to order promptly at 2 P. M., by C. W. Ptir rish. Esq., Clmirnian ol the State Cen tral Committee.. On motion. Maj. M. P. Berry, of Marion, was elected President, Wm. B. Carter, of Benton, Secretary, and 5. M. Shelley, of Linn, Assistant Secretary. On motion, a committee of five on Credentials were appointed, viz : N. W. Waters of Union, Win. B. Turner Of Jackson, Jen, Bugle of Marion, A. R. Burlmnk of Yamhill, J. N. Dolpli of Multnomah. A recess was then taken to give the Committee time to report. At twenty minutes after three o'clock P. M. Committee on Credentials re ported. Tile reart was adopted. On motion, a Committee on Perma nent Organization was appointed, as follows: Terry of Marion. Emery of Douglas, Aiiperson of Clackamas, Simpson of Lulon, Mulky of Multno mah. On motion tlie delegates from Jack son went authorized to cast the vote of Josephine. A similar motion was adopted authorizing the delegates from Coos to cast the vote ot Curry. On motion the delegates in attend ance from each county were authorized to cast the full vote of said county. On motion, a committee of five were appointed on Order of Business, eon- Ming ot Denny of Multnomah. Hur- baiik of Yamhill. Cross of Marion. Turner of Jackson, Simpson of Linn. On motion, a Committee on Resolu tions was appointed, one from each county, as follows : Dolpli of Multno mah, Rliinehart of Grant, Baker of Union. Cartwiight of Wasco,' Waters oi Bauer, renuover oi t manna. Har low ot Clackamas, Archibald of Wash ington, Harrison of Yamhill. Nichols of Polk. Carter ot Benton, Shelley of I.inu. Lugle ol Marion, Kellev ot Lane. Willis of Douglas, Turner of Jtickson and Josephine, Busliev of Coos and Curry, Daniels of Columbia. Calender of Clatsop, Terwilliger of lillamook. On motion a committee of live, one from each Judicial District, was ap pointed to draft resolutions expressive of the sentiments of this Convention in relation to the death of the late Hon. Jos. G. Wilson. The committee consisted of : 1st District, Turner of Jackson; 2d, Witham of Benton; 3d, Garrison of Yamhill; 4th, Hinmanof Washington ; 5tli. Baker of Union. Committee on Permanent Organiza tion report ed: Mai. M. P. Btrrv, President, Win. B. Carter, Secretary; M. Shelley and W. M. Turner, As sistant Secretaries. Report adopted. On motion, Convention adjourned until 7 P. M. EVENING SESSION. Convention met at half past eight P. M. . Committee on Order oi Business re ported as follows: 1st. Resolution's expressing the sen timents ol tlie.Conveutiou relative to tlie death of our late Representative in Congress, Hon. Jos. G. Wilson. 2d. Platform. 3d, Nomination of Representative in Congress. 4th, Election of member of National Republican Committee to fill vacancy caused by death of Hon. Jos. (J. Wil son. On motion the report was adopted. Committee on Resolutions relative to the death of Hon. Jos. G. Wilson made a report, which was adopted. RESOLDTION? ON THE DEATH OF HON. jos. o. Wilson. Whereas. It has pleased the Al mighty God to remove by death our late Republican Congressman. Hon. J. G. Wlson, and as bis death Is the cause of the meeting of this Conven tion, we deem it eminently proper that we shold express our sorrow and ac knowledgement of the great loss we have sum-red as a partv and a people by his sudden and untimely death. Therefore be it ttesolved btjthe IiepubHom Cowvntion, That we, as a party, deeply deplore and mourn his death for the reason that, hv his inteirritv and UDruzhtness of conduct as a citizen, tlie purity of his private life, his ability as a statesman, and above all his high Christian char acter and scholarly attainments, which elevated him above the mere politician rendered him a credit to the party and State and an eminently nt representa tive of a moral, intelligent and trinity people, who fully appreciate the neces sity of elevating to office good men only, who are and must be representa tive men of tlie party and State. The Committee on Platform report ed, and the report was adopted. REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON RESOLU TIONS, 1. liwilr , That we look with pride and satisfaction upon tlie prosperous eondil ion of our country as the natural results of Its application ot the principles controlling the Renublican party in the administra tion of national affairs, and that we reaf firm tlie principles of the party as hereto fore enumerated in its Conventions, and declare that their practical enforcement is essential to file welfare of the country and the. maintenance of the rightsand liberties of the people. 2. Jiwjlv ri. That tlieChiel Executive of the na1 ion bus our unabated ami unquali fied (jmfidetiec in bislniegriiv.abilltyand enlightened patriotism In the' a lminlsi ra tion of the dntlesof bis high odlee. 3. Ii shIv rf, Tttiat we point the discord ant nnd chanic: political elements which oppose the Renublican parly to-day to t be grand advance made by our (ioverument on its political s anding, financial credit, commercial imporiancce and material de- velomneni otlbc resources of the whole conni rv as the direct, natural ami inevita ble result of this enlightened policy and principles of t be Republican party. . R gotvedf That we denounce the recent act of Congress known as the Hack-Pay bill and Ibe voting fur tin unnecessary Increas ed pay for services already rendered. a. ll imlviti, 1 hat we denounce all Credit Mobilier transact tons, wba;evor their form, an I we heartily approve of the ac tion of the late Congress in exposing and punishing corruption. fi. Ri xotwd. That we favor retrenchment and reform an. I rigid economy in the ex penditure of the public money in the Slate and National administration,' and file re duction of taxation as rapidly as consistent with good government and' maintenance of the public credit. 7. R .vJivd, That we cordially welcome to our shores the oppressed of all countries, and remembering ihat our adopted fellow citizens have always proved loyal to the flag of l he Republic, we demand for them the fullest protection of the laws, ami fa vor increased facilities for naturalization. But we condemn the Coolie trade, ami all forms of involuntary servitude, and atnrm that the safety and prosperity of free In stitutions demand more stringent laws to prevent such traffic. H. Raolved, That the interests of ihis State, and thedemands of its commercial relations with tlie other Stales of the Union, both present, and prospect Ivaly, will warrant a IPieral expenditure on the part oi the National (ioverument in the Improvement of our harbors and river channels, and it is the true policy of our people that they should be so reprnscniod in congress as snail most eneeuveiy at complisb ibis result. 9. Rwilv'it, That true economy in the management of the public lands of tlio roiled States, as well as the settlement of our vast domain and the development of its resources, demand liberal grants of public lands in tne construction ol rail roads and other nubile works, with such limitations as will secure the ult imate sale to actual settlers. 10. R miltvd, Tluit we are in favor of Con gressional grants of public lands to aid In the construct ion of a Railroad from Port land, Oregon, to some point of junction wilh the Central and Union Pacific Rail roads in Salt Lake valley, and of a railroad from the Rogue Blver valley to a Junction wli li the Central Pacltlc. 11. R mlvfd, That the Interests of com merce demand the construction of a break water at Port Orford in this State for that puriiose. li. R miml. That tho profecion of the commerce of the Columbia river demands the placing of a Steam revenue cutter will all necessary appliances at the mouth of saitl river. 18. R wived, That the producing, com mercial and industrial interests of the country should have the best undelieapesi of transportation possible, and while capi tal invested in such means of transit should have a reasonable remuneration, those inlerests should lie fully protected, and the facilities for transportation should be adjusted so fur as possible to the wants of every part of the State, with no unjust discrimination as toany sect ion, person or class, and as capital ami laiior are Insejiar bly connected and mutually dependent, the resources of 'he State will lie liest de veloped and the best Intemslsofallclusses promotod by mutual concessions and ac commodations Ijetwcen lnlwand capital, and between the producer and carrier. H. rt iiuftrd, Tliat we are opposed to the setting apart of the Wallowa valley forun Indian lieservatlon, ana tne cannida o oi this Convention Is hereby pledged to use his influence to secure to white settlers the lands hi said valley; that the Modoc murderers of citizen's at Lost river and Tula like in Xovember last, should at once be delivered to Ibe civil authorities ol tbisState, that they may lie dealt with according to law; that we are in favor of a humane peace policy towards peaceable Indians, but full and complete protection should at all times lie given to the settlers on our frontiers against the depredations of hostile and refractory tribes. Mr. Baker of Union, offered the iol lowing resolution : Hesolted, That whatever may have been the misfortunes, faults or short comings oi the Hon. J. H. Mitchell, U. S. Senator of this State, In bis early ornate life, we neither apologize, pass judgment upon, nor justify him. but express our unqualified belief that by his many years ol consistent, up right and honorable conduct in this State he has outlived any imputations cast upon him and that to-day not only the Republican party but a large majority of the iieople of this State have entire confidence in his integrity, ability and patriotism, and that he will fa ith Ail ly and ably represent them in the United States Senate. A motion to table the resolution was lost, by a vote of 73 against 34. On a motion to adopt the resolution, Mr. Himnan of Washington made a hot speech against the adoption of the resolution. Said tlie adoption of tlie resolution would kill the Republican party that any man nominated as Candidate for Congnu by this Cooveu- tion would be defeated, and mora to the same effect. Mr. Dolph, in a few stirring remarks nrged the adoption of the resolution. Mr. Baker moved the previous question. Mr. Inwson moved to adjourn. Motion lost by 24 ayes to 72 noes. ir. iwker wmidrawlng his motion, tne discussion of the resolution wascontinued, Messrs. (Human, CrossjNii -hols and others participating. Mr. Cross of Marion, said he be lieved we were all out of order. We were not sent here to discuss the mer its or demerits of Senator Mitchell were sent here to elect a candidate for Coiigress. Mr. Baker of Union, was truly sorry to see this discussion In thef'on vention. Among other things the Committee adopted resolutions lament ing the death of Hon. Jos. G. Wilson. Mr. Nesmith was an enemy to Mr. Wilson in the late canvass now he to a candidate for Mr Wilson's place. The opposite side of the house and I am sorry to say there are two sides to (his house predict that, the Republican party will be beaten if the resolution passes', We on this side don't threaten to disorganize and break up the Re publican iarty even if the resolution does not pass. Now who are the dls- orgainzers. the onposers of this res- oiutou or those who sustain it r It ne. (the speaker), thought Mr. Mitchell was guilty of high crimes and misde meanors he would introduce a resolu tion coudemiiig Mr. Mitchell, and requesting him to resign. ThntVould show at least honesty ot principle. Mr. Baker continued his speech to some length: was interrupted by Mr. Cross of Marion, and Himnan of Washington, several times the Chair ruled the discussion or colloquy out ol order, Mr. Mulkey moved the previous ques-. tion, which was followed by a motion to adjourn, the Inttermotlon being negatived by a vole of 72 to p, The mot ion.shnii the main question now be put, went to the Convention, and was adopted by 72 ayes Io2j noes. Mr. Nichols, by consent, here offered a substitute tor the resolution under discus sion : R 'mlwd, That we most emphatically condemn oftlclal corruption and crime wherever and by whoever committed. and that we cordially endorse tlie good acts of our public servants, in whatever official aipacity. The (invention refused toentertain the sub.-,! ii me, and the question being on the adoption of 1 he resolution, the vote stood, ayes til. noes 28 .go Hie resolution offered by Mr. Baker was adopted. The Convention then adjourned until 8 o'clock to-morrow morning. Kripay, Sept. 12. Convention convenod atSo'clook. Nom inations being in order. C. P. Cran tall placed in nomination Dr. E. R. (.can ot I. inn. Dr. J. W. Watt ol Vain hi 11, was placed in nomination. Hon. Hham Smith of Linn was placed bi nominal ion, but afterward withdrawn. On motion, four fellers were appointed by the Chair, and "business" commenced. After the ballots had been collected and six votes called. Dr. Geary came forward, and by unanimous consent addressed the Convention. Suid be deemed the success of nrincitiles paramount to the success of a single man. Thai the charges against our senator ne neuneramnnea or denied it wos a matter uhii which be would not decide until tne wfioie lesiimony was In. Until such time he should hold the matter in abeyance. That the canvass would be but a short one, and that li was due to the party t bat a young and vigorous man, one thoroughly comprehending the political issues of i he day, should be placed in nom ination. He was not that man. and after thanking the Convention for the compli ment bestowed ukiii him In placing him in nomination, ami renewing bis fealty to the Republican party, begged to respect fully decline the nomination. IT he above Is liarelv a svnonais of Dr. Geary's remarks. His seech was full of eloquence ami imtnos, and proved mat the true spirit of Republicanism animated bis breasi. He was several times interrupted in l he course of his remarks by loud and deafening applnuge.-Bep. Upon the conclusion of Dr. Geary's re marks, the UUIoi-count was resumed.with the 1'olMwing result : Geary 79, Watt 7, B. Williams 2, Ken Simpson 1, Plank 4. Tho Chair announced tliat, Dr. Geary having withdrawn, another ballot would be had. On motion, a recess of half an hour was declared. On tbe reassembling of the Convention, On motion, the ruies were suspended, and nominal ions declared in order. Dr. Watt decline! the nominal ion. Hiram Smith wus paired lii nomination. Messrs. Dolpli, Williams, luiw'iipon and Boise, were each nominated, and each de clined. On motion of Ben. Simpson, Hon. Hiram Smith, of Linn, was declared i be candidate of the Convention for Congress, by accla mation. Ou motion, the Convention adjourned. "Jury,'' said a Western judge, "you kiu go out and find a verdict. If you can't, find one of your own, get the oiie the last jury used." The jury returned a verdict of bu. icide in tbe ninth degree, - . . - - "Were you gawded in your con duct while in Ne.v York?" asked a lather of I lis -sou, who had just returned from a visit to that city. "Yen, sir; part of tbe time by two polioetnen."