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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1871)
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C 8. OUcial la;er for Oregon.
SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1871
The Prince Imperial of France pro
poses to tun for the Assembly.
Wagons filled wjth emigrant families
have reached Eastern Oregon, direct from
the States across the mountains.
A marriage has been arranged betweeu
the Duke of .Edihtargand. Princess
Thira ofDenmak.. .-...i.J,
Man; Germans are leaving France for
their homes tho French papers say-
laden with plunder.
"Gen. Forrest has been ordered to Wash
ington to testify before the Congressional
The Democracy of Iowa have "accept
ed the situation," and have adopted . the
Ohio platform. . :
Hon. J. M. Francis, editor of the Troy
Times, haa been appointed Minister to
Vreeeo. ... s- -
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The magnificent railroad bridge across
the Mississippi river at Keokuk, Iowa,
was finished and opened for travel oa the
I4th instant. . , '.:.
William Smith, is the champion hin-
(civiiiocr ui iujcin-u. us lliirue lu six
days, at a place near Saginaw; 165,500
shingles.' .' ' , VV J,--'."'"
Mbs Barbara Cassell, of Virginia, has
just received 2,000 damages for breach
of prom tso ofrmarriaga 'froHi - Handalt
Waddell. . .... . ,f..;t Vi,.y.- .;
Goveornor Weston, of New.IIampshire,
was inaugurated on tho 14th, and a grand
military ami civil procession held in hon
or of the occasion.- ,,i
Shook Up. Our old Democratic
fTiend, W. H.; Newell,, of the -Walla
Walla Statesman; has been enjoying the
aengnts or tever and agaoof late,' and
teels considerably shook up thereby.
In Pennsylvania there are now, it is
aaid, nearly 90,000 members of the Order
of Odd retlows, and lt year nearly
-6300,000 was paid to those needing
CaeanatltaUonai ttadlal" -Outrage
Tha outrages that are daily being per
petrated; upon the Constitution .-'of the
United States fey these perverse people
called "Kadicals," move th bowels of
compassion of our Democratic .brethren
in a manner most terrible to see, and is
calculated to awaken the compassion of
the most obdurate , and bard hoarted.
The latest outrage that culls for the Jar
gest expenditure of ink and the greatest
flow of language,, is the Ku Klux LilL
By the provisions of this bill that staunch
and tried friend of the Constitution, Jeff.
Davis, and his patriotic adherents in tha.
Iato scrimmage, are to be prevented, by
force if needs be, from enjoying" the
Constitutional privilege o lately enjoyed
in all its rich variety, of .killing4 nig
gers" and "carpet baggers" during their
leisure hours. Of course it is plain to mil
thiuking, reasoning men, that to inter
fere with the pastime and pleasurW,;6f
toe ixiutlieru gentleman as dtsplyed m
Kn-Kluxing negroes and northerner", is
an outrage, an. infrhigatcot of Constitu
tional pri vileges that calls for tho ' cni.
versal condemnation of the whole, world
What tiglii arc; tha hireling soldiers '.of-.
the Union to pollute the :' Sunny J Soiiihj
that land of . unadulterated, freedom of
thought and action, with their janhaiiowed
presence ?; It is certainly an undeniable
negroes and northern
Sheep Baialnff Waol.
The other dar Mr. Georse Morrow, a
pioneer of Vancouver, started for New
York to live. Mr, Morrow has been the
.husband of five wives, and the father of
twenty-one children. lie never put off
till to-Morrow, what he could do to day.
. Colored Cadet Siimb, recently dismiss
ed from the West Point Academy, has
bad his sentence commuted by the Presi
dent to one years reduction in academic
.standing, and he will join the first class
W. H. Watkinds, the SuperintendenS
"of the Peniteotjary, who attacked S. A.
.."Clarke, editor of the Salem Statesman,
with a rawhide, and shot him with a
revolver, is under bonds of $5,000 -' to
answer for.the crime. 1 '-'H
The. Philadelphia correspondent of the
Ixndon Times thinks that Hoffman is the
strongest Democratic candidate for Presi
dent yet named, but says he is too much
compromised by his connection with the
. Erie Rinr. ' - ;". '"---
, Deaf and dumb clerks are on trial in
some of the departments in Washington,
There is no reason why they shouldn't
succeed. Dumb waiters were introduced
iato all the leading hotels long ago, and
have satisfied everybody. . 1 'Kt t
Tbe country around Ottawa Ontario,
is threatened with a repetition of the
terrible fires of last year. The "trholo
country about Venbroke, Chelsea, Buck ingham
bnd Gatineau Point is' filled with
dense clouds of smoke, and the fire is
rapidly spreading. . "1: 7 C Tl- V
'It is not so bad as we supposed.' 'Ilis
Excellency, Andrew Johnson,; '-, spoke
three hours at Knoxville; "before every
man, womab, and child in the plase,"
and satisfied with one definition of his
policy, avowed his unalterable determi
nation of retiring to bis grave and ". his
grocery. '. ....'s.
-W. Stroman, a native of. Pentnark,
committed suicide at Ellenburg, June 2d
Having a difficulty witlr one NoTebtCEe
fired at him, but without effect.'"; For
this , breech of the peace the Sheriff
started to arrest him, when ho shot him:
self dead. ; , . .r .
,Tbe storm of the night of Jone 13th
was the severest ever known in' the
Umpqua. . The-Iarge hail stones stripped
the fruit trees of leaves and yonn- fruit;
killed several tame geese broke through
,roofs of houses and barns, and beat down
whole fields of grain so as to. destroy the
crop. ' - - -
Grace Greenwood has been look in- at
the heavens through the' telescope ofthe
Washington Observatory. TD , :,:.
about her observations to the Golden. A n?
she exclaims with great appropriateness :
"Tccy are bigger and brighter worlda
than ours those planets of the first
order. "I wonder if they are really higher
and happier? Are there no Red Repub
licans in Mars f no prize fighters' in
Belted Jnpitcr? no whisky rings in
Saturn 1 bo Laura Fairs jjj Vacua V'
fact that these
'mud silla" have no-right under the
Constitution of these 'United States to
live "in or occupy any .portion of the'
South wxfoa tlif.y belong, to. and .act with
the ." Democratic- -p-arty in its ceaseless
efforts to divide and destroy the Union.
If, when immigrating to the South, they
will unite with these high-toned South
ern gentlemen in ..battering ..dowii ' the
walls of freedom,' then if is the thing to
let them do as they pletse then it is
unconstitutional to throw a" single cnaeU
ment in their way. - It is - certainly .;one
-ofthe most incomprehensible things how
this Government "of ours found, in the
Constitution,- any -authority fir waging a
bloody war. against that - great and good
man, Jeff. Davis a man whot was fed
and educated, almost from the day of his
birth up", to 1861, by the liberality of
this Government and 'his many , follow
ers from the unny South; when the
said noble patriots only intended to'over
llfrow and destroy the Government to
which they were indebted for all they
possessed ! ;. Will ; not the whole ' world,
when it is shown that a government took
up arms and waged . a most terrible, and
costly war to defend its : life from th c
who should, by all the laws of nature and
nature's God, have been the first in its
defence, condemn as outrageous and sur
passingly wicked the. conduct of such
government in thus defending itself?
And as the Government of the United
States did precisely this thing, a fact
that cannot be gainsayed, does it' not
follow that it is the most diabolical gov
ernment under the shining canopy of
heaven? And here comes Congress, the
lawing making power of this diabolical
government, and with unblushing audac
ity and criminal disregard of the feelings
of the noble ' expounder and defender ot
the Constitution, Jeff. ' Davis, and bis
several friends and admirers, and passes
an act which distinctly 'denies the 'right
of Democrats - to. tnaini, and ' mob;' and
lynch, ar d murder unoffending '?groes
and white men ilia; is, mt&ffeiidiog only
in ihii they dare to vote the Union tieket
- - if . . . t . i
ana providing puuisuuicnt- wncn sucn
little acts of Southern 1 pastime - are , in
dulled in! What a glaring' infiin-rment
of the .Constitutional rights of Jcff.pavis:
and his"pjtriuiie. followers,. t . prevent
them from exercising' the elective fran
chise by killing off the Colored folks aud
Yankees ! .Of "course . it's high time to
howr when tsnch -acts -ore? perpetrated.
Thia has always been a privilege exclns
ivcly enjoyed by the chivalry aod noof
Grant, comes io, and, usurping , unconsii-
Intional and tyrannical power, proposes to
pat a stop to the time honored custom by
the me of - Federal bayonets I Can the
great: Southern heart of Jeff. Davis &
CoV bear sfueh tvtantiy . and not break ?
Any jfntorl'erence jwith the sacred . privi .
gei BeTetolore.enjoyca.Dy tne south, of
converting wthe -"nncHjliever to the true
faith oroJ exterminating nim irom tne
earth, must iiot.lshalf-notlbe- allowed
even if it cost a law suit. . ThaJscali-
wg od incompetent military gentle--
man, U. a. Urant, niusi oe inrormea inat
unless be adhere to the strict construc
tion of his oath - to support the Constitu
tion of these LTBite4;-;Statc o laid down
by Jeff-'Davis mn& -ither lights of the
lJaawsjraikrtmiftt. ho will bev?fliahle'f; to
all the peoakies of perjury i'wWch . wilt
certainly be , inflicted ..upoo ftim.-. when
Jeff.., Da vis and the " De mocratio - party,
get '. eooirol . of iha . Government fa m
which they- have-eo ion ana unjustly
been deprived !' It is hard indeed for .the
trne lover -of his coun.try.to-decide which
should most- be -reprobated j-- ther abhor
rent conduct -Of Grant "; in iprpposing to
interfere .with . tbe . government of , the
Sonth so- beautifully aod - satisfactorily
Carried on-through the operations wor; tne
sainted Ku-Klux orcanization. or mat oi
th rlsnisablo -wretch. Sherman' who
actually compelled the great and godlike
Jeff, io' indulge'.in aa undignified; ran
for life dressed in Mrs. Davis', petticoats!
Both", however, arc unpardonabw. It is
susues ted bv true and tried friends that
the Democracv should hereafierj in hon
or of the sainted Jeff., adopt the balnwj
ralaa their emblem,. as under mat Dan
oer they.-might prove of more service to
the country than they have done in; the
battlebeld or.m tbe legislative nans. n .
A prominent gentleman of our town
bein? asked a few davs airo if he nrODOS'
ed building this Summer, replied t Aa
immaterial is so costive, I shall refer it
i unui Bert year.
The wool interest, from a small begin
ning,' has grotfn to be one ot tne most
important and-profilable in tbe State, and
gives promise of adding largely to the
wealth and prosperity of our people in
the future. It requires no large amount
of capital to secure a flock or band of
sheep, and the care and expense in their
management . is but a small figure.
There is a twofold profit in sheep raising
i first, the natural increase; second, the
clip. It is calculated by experienced
shepherds .that tha yearly increase- will
average fifty per e'en't:-a' band of one
thousand, sheep producing five7 hundred
Iambs. Probably the average 1 yield of
wool is six pounds'' to the sheep, which
will Vary in price according1' to quality.
At present prices' the clip from one sheep
would be worth $2 10 in gold coin. O.o
shepherd can readily provide fr a band
of five hundred sheen while in pasture."
There are thonaands of acres in J Oregon
that are pcciully adapted to sheep, rais
Kig,. and we expect to see the field, more
extensively occupied in the future for
the several" reasons above nanied.- The
gross frauds discovercd-in San Francisco
in the "packing of wool for '- market, will
doubtless- induce; wool merchants to offer
a more remunerative price than heretofore -offered
for washed wool.' If, as we are
told, washing wool loses one half, why do
not wool merchants advance the price
sufficiently to .induce producers' to' send
clean 'washed ' wool, instead of the un
washed, as now generally practiced ? If
the assertion is truc then wool merchants,
can certainly anord to oiler a larger .aa
vance; than nowi .bffered .for clean 'washed
wool ten and fifteen cents per pound
and thus lessen the chances of buving
sand "and " . rocks "instead' of wool,' , and
giving more general satisfaction to
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'. Mr.' Greeley, on his farm, keeps a . run
ning account with bis hens, double entry.
When a hen lays an egg she runs around
the bases, and when she strikes the home
base, where the book-keeper is located,
she sings out "tally one," or "tally two,"
as the case may, be because some of them
are repeaters, and the book-kotper gives
her credit, and charges her for her meals'.
In this case Horace can tell what;, hens
are shirking, and how much . he makes
on each hen. lie says his experience is
that roosters are a glaring fraud, putting
on style around, and never ktyiug an egg
ones in two weeks.
- Poat Office Reform.-
The Springfield Repullican, a leading.
New England newspaper makes tbe fol
lowing allusion to tbe recent changes in
the English Post Office r "While 'our
postal service has remained uoprogrcss
ive for years, and Congress, even refuses
to establish the two simple fundamental
principles necessary to any well regulated
system, namely, nothing free and everyv
thing prepaid,5 the British service7 goes'
on from one improvement to another
quite rapidly. ' Within a year, newspa
per postago has been reduced to a half-,
penny, -and half-penny postal cards have
been popularized j and" now the new
postmaster general proposes that, the nnit
of weight for all letters aod letter packets
shall be doubled. w.,ile the postage shall
remaif tfce 'same XKat thVtfeoe pe'nf!
ny wilt carry one ounce instead of half
ounce as heretofore. Furthermore,
he propose - that the . first -. additional
ounce shall add but half a penny to the
postage, while above two;- ounces every
half-pouny shall carry another two ounces.
Thus aiwejre ounce letter package would
go tor rourpcoee or eight cents, white lu
tbis country the charge fr such a letter
package would be I'l cents. ' It is - also
proposed to modify the 'rates for money
orders so as to .make tbeuichoaper for
persons sending' small sums."'-The new
plan is o charge one -penny for ten shill
ings or less, and two-pence for one pound,
and a pen ny additional pound. a Our wide
extent of territory and sparse , population
Over large sections of it forbid such cheap
rates and such constant facilities as Great
Britain, 'm its" compactness I of. territory'
and plethora of population, can give, but
it is quite time that: we" were beginning
to make progress. The present stubborn
stand still of. our postal service sis 'v both
provoking and discreditable."
' The Rogue Kivee. Valley. In a
late letter of Col.Taggart, Chief Paymas
ter in the U. SA. -in this Department,
to the Philadelphia Press, Is the follow
ing neat alluf iou to Southern Oregon :
: Lata in, the afternoon , of the second
day, after crossing another summit," we
descended into the beautiful Rogue
river country one ofthe most genial and
productive valleys onfthe 'Pacific -slopes
where Wiutei is'almost "unknown, 'and
w her "" th&-' S mui'r ' - nigh ts " a re Wa r n
"enough to ripen Indian .corn. Here
grapes grow in perfection, and even the
hg is culti valcd, and . it the. summers
were not too dry it would be dne of the
gardens ot the world. As in the -il-laiuettc,
there has never been a.failure of
cereal crops. At three in ten morning
we reached Jcksonville. 1 v-
An Important Discovery
Portland Election. v f -j-trBK3AR"lCAJBr.E HoMICIDK. A u diffi
Under this beadiug we find (he follow-;
jog io the hist number ofthe Marysville'
Appeal i . ' '
; Wehavo been placed in possession of
the facts concerning a new discovery in
medical science, the importance of wbich
demands that it be made public tor the
benefit of suffering humanity; it beicg
no less than- a specific cure for cancers.
Tbe particulars regarding tjiis discovery
we learn from a private letter written by
Hon. George 0. Gorhatn, to his brother
in this city. Mrs. Gorham, as is known
to her-friends,-has . been . suffering foi
many months with a cancer in the breast,
and a surgical iopenitipn tot its rojnoval,
atteuded with great danger, has been
postponed ouiy that- -her general health
migbt-sofficiently improve to '.give Sicf
the necessary . strength to susta.in the
ppcration. At this juncture, when, there
were but little " hopes " of her ultima to
recovery, Mr. Gorham learned that a new
remedy for cancers had been discovered
io South 'America.- known as thei bark of
the "Cunduran;o" fee; that Dr. Bliss,
a; leading physician in ..Washington lhad
been" usiiijr it with great buc-cess, inthe
case of the' Vice .PiesideutV moiher.
iMrs. Mattnews,.'- and that several t cases
were knon to Dr Bliss, wherein it had
proved wonueifully. efficacious. Dr.
Blws had at this tune only a sufficient
quantity. of tho bark with which to treat
two patients and consented to. take Airs.
Gorhanas op6 'of theui. She waS :2ini-
mediately removed "to W ashiogton from
Boston, and attended to by Dr. Bliss. Ot
the effect of the treatment Mr, Gorhaiu
writes, under date of .May. Slft, as. fol
lows ; .,,Vbince Tuesday ,tlie Zoa, she-has
been taking a decoction of the Cuoduran-
go bark, and since Friday -the 20th, itS'i
effects Jiave been felt.' ' . It has ' red uced
the rigidity of the shoulder, and, ,a.riu,
softened the(iiduratitq ;abovthe colL-r
bone, enabled her to move her;leit arm
and turn her head without- pain, which
she could not do before, and has.-bej'oud
all question, tiej'an to. effect a cui'e.
lie also writes that "another case of csu-
cer n tne wouto, a case tnat seemed
hopelej-sjy gone, and the patit'tit within a.
feVt weeks ot tho grave, is rapidly jrield r I
in.!' to the new remedy. It is tne
opinion of Dr. IJliss that the Cuudurango
bark is -as near a specific . for cancer, as
quinine is lor chills and fever, and that
he has do doubt whatever of eiiegjUug a
cure in the case of Sirs. Gorham, and
that, in all probability, within ; thirty
i The' hist-tTy cf'this 'discovery is briefly
as follows: .. The. wood or bark ofthe
This Government has notified France
and Germany that a bill for 1 damages to
the persones and property of .American
citizens during, the recent war will be
presented at the proper time. '- It is
probable that the, demand "wiU' receive
prompt attention, and be paid without
any difficulty. ' France is not in a condi
tion financially to pay any large amount,
but with the establishment of a stable
Government her ; Ministers will have no
difficulty jn ; jraisingj; theamountvGer-
many's coffers aie -overflowing, and being
cooylnced . of the justice, of the. claim,
William will promptly contribute his pro
rata. . ' :- ' -
; ' TP . " ' ' . . Sr.
I The New York Sun, which has spas
modically made some pretence to Repub
lican filiations, 'has at lastsettled to it
proper level as an. avowed Democratic
paper. " It - endorses - tho"! : Pennsylvania
Democratic . platform j , and - nominates
William' S. Grocsbeck, of Qbioi forPres
ident, and John iQuincys Adams, 'of
lassacnusetts, Iof Vice"" President. ' It
is a relief to-" know that henceforth1'' the i Catswo'rth " fired
Democratic papers will be debarred X'Qm
quoting- the "Sun's political "effusions 'as
quoting- the Sun s poll
Republican expressions.' :
The Inka (Jliss;) Gazette gts 'off; tbe
following elegaut morcean :
Those drunken vagabonds, those polit
ical . lepers, 'those red hauled ruffi-ms,
those scowling cut-throats, those assassins
of American liberty, . those traitors to
common deceney, those outcasts from
virtuous society, those emblems of a na
tion's shame, those disirraeeful insults to
to God's pierce', those dirty : violaters , of
the Christian decalogue, those bt inheri
tors of the haogmeo's heil.
It is probably unnecessary" for us to add
that these extracts, of billingsgate are
intended tot the Republican members of
the Legislature" of 31 ississippi-v It is
probably i another example of jSoujtbern
chivalry, and if so, knocks tbe spots from
the oft mentioned "Oregon-style.
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i Rouan Times im Montana. -Ad
vices from Jlelena June, ?th give. tth
following:' "'" " '." ".
Frank-Kelley was shot and killod by
a man 'named - tjfissady,-, alias Walker
Also,, on Ten-mile ereek,' near 'Helena;
lliomas' Catsworth,-Patrick McLaughlin
and his son Michael, had a dispute about
dividing, moneyj ' The elder McLau-bliu
took- n: ax and .started fo?CUwortb;
who fired a levolycr, the ball striking the
sonj - wlm is not , ex pected to - recover
yJVt the Portland municipal election on
Monday, success perched upooHbe ban-.
ncr of the "Radicals,' who made a !oan
sweep, electing their whole ticket by
largfl majorities. Portland can hereafter.
be counted on as fastgrouh'(lcd in - Re
publican principles, and of course is
bound to flourish and prosper. "'-All hon
or to the, citizens of Portland. :7- We' are
more than ever proud of the ' metropolis
Result. Portland, city election oc
curred on Monday ; following is the re
sult : For 3Iayort-f 1,(..--Wa88erruan (R)
beat Dr. AcVpm(C26. votg.
For Police JudgerO-NV Deony-fR) 808
votes over A. M. Snyder (D). For Treas
urer, JSd Backcnstos received 35ft inaore'
votes i nan nis xemocratio opuoueui, o.
Norris. For City Assessor," John M.
Brcck (R) rejoices J n 324 nvnority over
CL Ii.-ley (D). Of the four; Councituien
e.ected, Messrs. Burton, Cay wood, ; II ill
atd Combs are Republicans." The whole
vote on "Mayor was 1,337, and oa .Police
Judire, 1,354. 'Rah for Portling ! Ji
Thomas and j Henry Gale have - lieen
held to answer, in the Bum of $1,000
each for euaging la the rteent scriui-
uiajze with Thompson of the Roseburg
our State Department by the Government
of Ecuador and a corauiunieatiorr eairie
al&o from our Minister at EcuadoTiSetting
forth the wonders of the new discovery,
and f accompanied with reports to the
Hcuador Government, by regular pbysi-;
cians,' who were directed to make .'l them,
ofthe cases treated and the results that
followed The package arrived late -in
March of this year at New. York, and ar
rived at the State. Department April 0th.
So wonderful have been the results of
its employment that a supply of it has
been e-nt for, which will arrive about
June 15th. or Juiy 1st. at the farthest
It is earnestly to be hoped that this new
discovery will accomplish ail that it now
seems capable of doing, tor it' will save
muoy buman lives md spare a gieat deal
of intense suffering. . ? ' -r ::- . :,: i-?'
culty which occurred some months since -
between two colored men, Darned Graham
and Ward,' culminated . on Wednesday,
in Justice Dryers court, Portland, in the
death -of Graham. Sometime . ago Ward
bad Gralum arrested, charging him with
the "seduction of his . atep-daosrhter ; bnt
as the Grand Jury failed to find m bill ;
against him, ho was released, ints ....
acquittal seemed to" embitter. Ward mora
deeply against Graham, abd as be latteir
was, with his wife, passing'the Jresidence .
of tlie former, on Saturday last, rushed
out and attacked-Graharft "wttn aciuo.
For this1 assault :G'raham -had ;Ward ar; j.
resred'. and dnrirrg Vf-eltriaia Grubaid
was giving his tcstomony, Ward drew a
heavy revolver and shot hJin through the
heart, kiDtnf Kui InsrablljrT ..u.KK
The MasonicGrand 'ldgtf,' irf1eson', '
at Salem , adjourned "oh'ShnTsAtit 11 -
o'clock A..M;r.A f ery.pTeWbW..W!. ,
monious session is -reported.'
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It is stated that President Grant will
start for his visitr to California about th--;
15th of August; accbmpatiied by his Cab-'
inet. He will not visit. Oregop. 'f
' ,- Vallandigham was burned at Dayton,
Ohio, on the20ib- ins,t.i byTthe Maionio
fraternify. ' "lho- proeessiow
mile io length. ',.:.. , . ,..(,.'
i The railroad bridge ores tlie Cascade
portage is ao badlydaniaged thatil will
traoaun - paas ovef
was . two
AVout the only row-dnrtng the -po
on Monday at Portland,, was inaugurated
by special policeman Giltuore, who man-
ugeoj t cuiW.in, ,Pa!mer ptetty jseverely "!
with a knifu. Fyr this exhibition,. of of
ficial valor" Iie Vas arTeoted ' and "bound
over-a.,$aO0,.,'i.' tata - ijus iaiil -s
ibe some days before
it. ' '
: Important Kxpkhi jient-'. In - Medit
C1NES.- From a Washington correspon
dence of J une 6th we copy this :
: The , Interior Department to day .set
apart a ward in the Columbia' Hospital
in this city tor thJ purpose ol.lestiiig the
eundurano, which, it is claimed, is a
specific for cancer and scrofula. A Com
mittee of five physkiaus has Tbeen ap
pointed by the Medical Society of the
District of Columbia, and the result of
the test will be fully xeperted to the In-,
tenor ieparti3cnt.' - - 1 ,
' . , - y . . r. . ,
' Pardon eb. By a private- letter re
received by a uentleruaii in this city last
""4 ... ' . ' -A. ! AT 1 I .. I
Cundurab-o tree, or shrub, was sent to ?'-n ITO" ownsv.ue eorasha, rar-
. 1 ..... . J .- . I . 1. . 1. . . . .. n ... ..
that Jacob K. Bear (Or Curtis), who was
Two thousand five hundred women,
indicted for setting .fire to- buildings in j !
Paris," have been sentenced to transporta
tion to.JNuw CalcdoTfiTa. " '
'A :-) i
It E Ah E S T A T ED E A L E R,
office No, ; U4. Vrout: Street , "
PORTLAND - - - r - - OREGOX..
again T. killing Patrick'
McLaughlin instantly: .' Catsworth came'
in this morning and delivered himself up
tohe Shertff tor triaT. '- - .
The indications, jiow are ; that II. II
Haight and jT3.."J;v Lewis' will ,ber the
Democratic standard-bearers in the com
ing political contest' in California fbi1 t"he
offices. ,of foy ernof and ',, jjieute'n ant-Gov:'
ernor, while Newton Booth and RoniUal-1
do' l"acheco willjbe 'their opponents Voo, J
the -Republican ticket. - Mr. Booth .will
nndonbtedly ; stamp the State, in Ithe
event of his nomination,' and being 'an
orator of the . first class, , will -,dpublees
make many converts to the ticket.
Um-i-i - : . I U. ft, 4' -.
; ' Wby , do' the Democracy 1 grumble' at j
tbe acts ot Congress which, are enacted to
protect. theldivTduali In. . hi - JulireD t
rights, while they contend so tenaciously
for- the oldjfugittvaiave jaw Which wed
the powers of the iGoVernmen t fa tike
away the liberties of men? Governments
are instituted among men for their bene
fit, and " there r carr be no? usurpation ?vf
power, io the protection of their rights
frou a merciiesa mob. . There - may be
tyranny in refusing to afiord relief to the
citizen. -- ''- i v
Noah Austin of Lima, Xndiana, received
a.jnnskct bajl in his bead, under tbe iel
ear, at tbe battle of-Queeostown, Canada
October, 13, 1812. ' .The ball could VnoJ
bo found until a fortnight since, when it
worked out into his mouth througfti the
roof, ca.usirig his death nearly fTfty-nijne!.
years.atter the wound. - . cs:-.;
I , It is said that the Irish people in tli6
United States send annually to their reU
atives. io Ireland..55,t)00,000. Part of
this large sum of money is to aid them in
coming-to America, and some' to assist
them in keeping soul and body together
under the British political and - social
r ,J ; 'i "t , v; . jijj i.i'.r
y-bf .Now Orleans Times has the follow-,
ingln regard to.tbat indefatigable "t little
ladyXM'-s.' 'Gaines, and her ' law 'suit J
This eternal ..litigation' is again .upon 'us,
with all its horrors. A-' proceeding t-Mnt
long ago commenced in the Second Dis
trict Court, to annul (bo judgment :once.
rendered 1by the Court,' 'pi'oBating.j the
jost- will in yfavor -fA M rk.-Gaiue - and
recognizing heV .bcirship.. ; It was , upou
this will the ' judgments of tbe Supreme
Court of the United States- itf f:ivor"of
Mrs, Gaines ate based. ..The suit to set
aside a j udgmen t- w hich . bis prod uced
these results, necessarily involves a great;
deal of technical disputation, whioh,- we
presume, ; will consume much time and J
elicit a.vast'dtsplay ot haarvttplituog-imd
legal polemics. It Sjs fortunate ithat I'so
learned and. asttite a mngistrate S Jctdife
pollens presides ovef ; this" trial. "The
indefat igabb , lady i jwho,bfoi3f! over .forty
years, has prosecuted her. claims to the
pfope'ttj' 'of Dirhief Clark' Is stilloo'nandi
battling for ber rights with undiminished
vigor and pertinacity. .. .She 'and her suit
have survived several generations of law
yen aod 'judges.' ; " "V" "
Mob Law at Lf.wiston. Followin';
U frbiu the Walla i Walla Union of the
17th:- ."" ' ! :-.-..--".
; - A week ago yesterday was the day ap--pointed
for the haningof Walters, twice
convicted of murder 'at Lewistou. For
1 8oine unknown reason, Sheriff Hunker of
mat piacer raireu in carry out me aetiietiee
of the law. That evening," Friday, June
9th. a party of men disguised as Indians,
broke into the room, ot tho jailor and
forced frdui hiiii the keys of "the jail, with
which they proceeded to the cell of the
doomed man. He had evidently heard
them and sarin ised thtir object,;- as he
was found ai ui'e l 'with 7a table fVgy - Wli ft '
which lie made vigorous ro.is'aiice." lie
was soon over-powered by these make-bo-lieve
Indians, a.n.4,. being takeu above
town was hong to the cross beam ot a high
gate to a. corral.. ,f What dbpo'sitior.was
made ofthe body we have nollearucd
Twiceitvtwojears tha people, of J Lew
ton Tiave talen the law Inid "'th4if own
hands and ended the earthly career of
murderers. What' the escuse of the
Sheriff is fornot executing the law in
this cavev baa not been made 'pttblto;3- It
is possible that ho may have a valid one,
but it is not probable. Violations Or neg
lect pf duty.on t he'pu rt of .publ ic officers,
though very repreliensible, are ''not.', 'uti
lesfreqtteut aud. ..long... continued, Jsufft
eient excuse fur the populace to resort
to mob law. " 1
I The drivr of tho Lcwiston stage ro
porta that a man, whoso name ho couW
not recall, suicided near Lewistou "three
or four days ago. , i
j . A corespondent of the New Orleans
Ttmei, - writing . from -, Jefferson! 'Texas,
May 27th, say 'Great excit'emeht' has
been caused' here bv the riHPsiisre recentlv
by' jbc Legislature of the bill granting a.
ftu8idy to tne (ireat Central I'acibc road.
Its organization at New-" York on the 23d
instant"with" a " list of "Directors, whose
well-known interest1 it is to build' he
road, at, once, together with the sale just
consummated ofthe Louisiana and Texas
j rnad.' fyom Monroe to Shreveporf ' and
tne biate liuotConnecting with tha South
ern Pacific road, now. running,-out-, to
Longview, Texas, all point, to tho speedy
union pf the interests of these roads, and
the making" of Shreveport the" starting,
or initial point,' of the Grand Trunk
Pacific road, whither, we predict, will be
speed ily removed the workshops of - the
8outherf Paeifio Railroad -
-. - ii, .
j A Strang e Fact. Tho Jackson
county (Illiuois) Areies tells this:
' I T learn of a good, kind; hearted wo
man of Jackson county, in this State.who
tMk a colt nix weeks old, to her . breast,
and thus saved its life - It bad Jost"S its I
parent, and but tor the kind interest tak
en, it would,, have starved Sl It is sa'd
that the colt would, whenever the lady
was seen, run whinnying to her, and lay
ing its head on her breast, would partake
of food with great relih. r. v-w- l .
k la a Skeneatales churchf, the j other
:day; one of the female singers -iq the
choir, while- inspecting"' a iieW bonnet
underneath her, Jost ber -balance and tell
over into-, the congregation. ,J?A.ftecihe
funeral- -o- the people who were in the"
pew where she - lit, the bilks who .sat in
tnat part ot the edince suid that.it was no
use. for tha carpenters to fix np the wood
work again, because iv was- bad ' enough
when that, choir went up .or, (heir high
notes, but .when they got to coming down
with their low ones, why they preferred
tosit nearer the pulpit that wus all. It
was not that thi-y- didn't appreciate
OJfenbaeb'a niusic, at 5all, but-theh
those bras heels, you know.
.'TfW a- ' : r ' f'-Jt :
"The "rite- of circumcision is noy longer
universally .- practiced among the Jew.
Sixty-six -Jewish physicians of -Vienna
have published m manifesto against it,",'
takeu from Oregon City , last 1'all on a
charge of embezz-leiucnt',' and "after con
viction, sentenced to the Nebraska I'eni
tentiary for one year, has been pardoned
by Acting Governor-W.. 11 Jamej,.and
on the Gth was restored to his liberty aud
citizenship. -JSwiitmi . "
A Congressman has. been sent to the
penitentiary" for two years' for the crime
of h:vig iu.re than one wife. jff f 1
At DavifVIlle, Yolo'county, oh "l'riday,
June 9th, the iheruicmeu-r xtcod a : 139
degrees in the sun, and 103 di-grees" in the
idiade..-; 'U: 1rn-'r'i j '- - ' --?;in
'The Chicago Common Council Vefuo
to close the liquor saloons .oa. Sunday.
A saloon keeper, fearing such -an ordi
nance would pass, committed suicide.
A' young man ms4' AtkinsV-oiid bit?
wife; fel) a si stance of- 50 fcet , frtm a
peak. in. the.Blua RideMimntainiK a few
days since. a The baiiy , of i'Mrs- Atkins
was .terribly. mangied,bsif , strangei to say,
Mr. Atkins M Still Alivejind hope at his
recovery are enterti,iod.A ); . ( , ,
I Ji country man, strolling through New J
Londori' recently, hand in hand,' With his.?
rural Phyllis, impatient to visit tho cir-;
cusf. eso rfiaied 'i poo iteeing -huneh f 51I
banaiias sn-pended in Trojt1"of " a " fruit
toie. '-I'll he uioweil if the in ain't the
highest heat'ia l-ever sc.'i Siphroiiyi,,JnC
There was- an- old- buffer named Greeley:
Who ::,t weof To prbiapis.'.ahd.,aid1ill'ealjii'.
This country's a pbaiu, . '.:!. . oIi h i .
AKrdoa t -Hhh waf a dam," '"'j--1
Said this ancient philosopher G.re?'eyv
The lust letter -about- Dr ''' Livingston
is t'rimi Colonel Shereef. liasVciJ.h Iben
Ahmed.. . Liv. is not at uVoughjugbjigb,
but is with the ; Hon. Mohamed lben
Ghirib, at SJauskoso, waitiug for the car
avans. '. .'-" -s . -
i Mr. Doyle, 'ofTJrobkTvn," while sick,
wow attended by his-: laithful Wife. She
aitt ndi'd him with a poker, llij'has now
gonc to the hospital aod.she to jail.
. The A'ncw departure" - is supposed to
have been inspired by the line of Long
fellow . Live ttf die grcRl .men all lemind us
y Wu cjuj 4uike out Iivib aullimi, 1. ';.
i jitmt domrtiD)f4" Je.ivo bvhind u' '; .y
, .fooiprinta on ilta land uf tiuio... - j r .-,;;
' They record of John Bishop, of Ari
zona, that he has killeil, eleven men, and
no one had thought much of it, but, .re
cently, ivhfo ho stoje. a ahorse, j he -Vwaa
sieved and hawg!d witboat -delay
, - ' - .. . r- . .1- '. y. l I t..i ' ' --r '
: When the Indian -delegation visjred
Central - Park tho OtherJrdayKrLiftle
Raven' ex pressed, himself,; .as u'SeiiigJ
more than his eyes --could carry, and
the extent ofthe ocean: atj LoBg.,Uranch
traut-ported them, with wontder.g4.
i ,A Louisville girl, . whose !. lover 1di
graced himself by sojne unlawful' deed,
told. the unfortunate youth that she.
could never marry him, but that she had
$2,500 in her own ri-.rht which he could
take nd go away and try to redeem hi
character. Ho took the money and left.
The'girl loved ardently and unselfishly. -j
T-r The lamented A.1'Ward 'uwd o say
(bat jf you wish toy capture the simon
pure' Down East Yankees, you should
"come the moral 'dodge On ' Iheni' The
great Khowman' has'' an iiriitatnr in the
editorial chair somewhere In the1 eityof
Mexteov 'This knight ofthe' -qtrirTitr hnri
rowed with Jhe thought "that young girls
still hiving virgrn hearts are 'to be peen
walking' about tfietreetif 'of the city at a
lute hourV peering into gambling .places
and frequenting casinos., The . parents
and friends of eut-h Vilty1 Aand confiding
girls ara cautioned. tn protect their cMK
dren, lrombe evi) influences .which beset
inBui. 1 uvi i given- iu snow tnat a it-ed
iton are wot, wicked vbaeksliders and yor
rupters of the pnblio moral.!. ' ' 1 l
t'lv.nif , ci
ivi'.. L ismil 10 mil uniiiAtu
PORT b AN D, in the most dcirAMloiitfe, ton-- i
istitig of LO'f ?; HALF BOCK!aad BLOCKS ".
UOVSES an STOKES; al8,-i ; -ti
j IMPROVED K ARMS, and vTnatlo' on-
cnttivatetT LASOS, loeatsdJo A,L. paU.f thw
8TAT;for SAidS.i m ... i.t,K--..
" - REAL -STATK h"(T otter Preperfr pur-"
chased fir - Correpiindent,' in this CITY anti'
ihrcogliout tho STATE nJ TERRITORIES,
wilh preat are and ion tie iiost ADVANTA-' '
GEOUS TERMS. - .!;- :' ' ;--. .wi
HOUSES and STORES lemod, LOANS , (
KEGOTIATED, and CLAIAi OF ALL IESrf
CRiPTION'f? PROMPTLY COLLECTED.- Ami -a
General FINANCIAL and AG EJNtY BVB1- . .
ESS traosactoiL.' " y .
AGENTS of tLU OFVrCE in all tbo.CIT-
IE3 and TOWXS in ihe STATE, will receive
descriptions of FARM PROPERTY and forward
the ant to tho above aJUrosi.- . : . i v '! St2Z
' I M ' ! 1 !.
Tho' War tit fiurepat !?; .!, ?t ZT
Has nt last come to aa end and tbe fi.'ierjite olgoooT
order and stable government Imvo MrhicVBd what'
appears to be a complete tneeess." Not So ' tlie iiji
war in Rrownsvillo between: tho old and new
systems of Joins business, , wbich. ,has not', yet ' '
reached a U-rujiaaivon and read-pay coutomora
confinoe to find bt TVhieU-c's st ire an opporrtrnt-'
ty to get the'benefit of llli'ir pTtl h-iue'Kncr ftire
lhi?a;ht., , ; Large additions bave-jtrat been madu to v
me jPLfu, nuu fjt'pu; v jru'wiij vuppiy a laroc ...
portion -of their wants from Wbet-ler'i' store, thuu
from any Jtlrer ouerjt.iLiliahHicnt in thcojint) T ' '
j;v .W --. tfm . , . ,"Vy JV
I ft 1
'ih"Pin KiUer' niAT Justly le styled the- "
great iic1!:m.d if llioworld. fot4Bere..i no region
ftbu globe, iatonvbich it ha not fniuid iu. Way..
and becn.lnrsely' nsccfand hinbly.'ririieJ. . Morels
over, there is n. clime.t rbii h.it bos not 'proved)
to be well- adapted fot (tie tnrt ot 'c6slelralL ,
variety of diu-ases ft U is a. spedsTy and. ar ceawd jt'tt
for barns, walds. cutaV broKer. wsandaan4 mt. ,
ous - other injuries u wall u .far dysinMry , ..
diurrhfeu ahoVUbwel complaints generally, it i ad, J
mirnbly suited for every raeeof men on the foe
uftbetiloba. ' ,..,., ' - .
': It is a very stjrnifieant fact, tljat nptwilhstxnd
ing thej'.ns period of'year tbftt-;Pain Killer"
bnrf lei-u b f..re Uie world,-it has'aeva. loO jvos-f
whit ir its- popolariry, bitua the'-'eoarmry, tsjo.i
call for It Has steadily tnoreaaad from its tratdia-.ii
oovery, and at no previoastinia has thadaaaander
it been so jrrent, or the quantity made been -a
large as tt it to-day. ' ' '-."-'- - ....
i Another siniScant frt in. .that nowtere baa the- .
r..: VM in. 1-i vl. ... . .... i
more generally use;! by families and indh'iduals,
tlian it has boon here nt home, wher it ws iflrst
dis covered and introdtti-e : That tlie Pain Killer
Witt continue to be, whnt we bare styled i,' Tkm .
7-w( metfieiutt of r Wuriti, there eanaot be. tbw i
sha-low ofa donbt-.rj'rovideOce Advertiser. '--jeme. -
YWTE WILL PAY FOlt iGOOD- KITTTER
.V V "
22 to 25 cents a pound, and 20 r.nt,
dimia fw EG4, in trade - Phmwi that eonre to
Aitwiy-wiu mane money ny calling at tlM,Casb
win mage money by calling at -Iha.Cashr
' R. CHE JULK 4.CO.U make (heir pur
as they are sellin fcool very tmeap now.-2.-42
, J R. CHEADLB CO. t
TE TAKE PLEASLRE IN.ntBeTINH
V w the attention of the pablie to the
WblcbaaqaeloaaMy iijisiiC eMloiaJ
Sheep Wash aowo ";.';,,-,.,.. "
i- It ie on-poianons, due Wot diecolJr the wool "
deadly to all parasitos iofetina' the akin at fil,. 1
a tha skin of 51.un
and other annuals, and warranted free' from ' '
arsenic, mercury, mineral, ' and other' poisons '"
An infallible Cure f. r. tha Scab, jierfeeiW harnw '
less to sheep,, and greatly improves the wooL It
in also 0-ce irom any of those caustio properties !i
found in many .other compounds, which rendetf ' 1
wo " on, mm am ueinmentai, nor v
only -to its growth and, .weight, but also to Us " '
marketable valua." : . v.. i i .; .
It van be nsed with perfect aafety at any season
.f the your, a" faae.eeea found ia -practice,
valuable for the following purpose" f 1 I
lut. For carini scab, killing aori, tioVs. and
oth.r arait,,liiih infest the skin ufifaiwr. "
in of sheep.
For strenetbcniDr and adilioir 1h i k.
wool. i . .. , i . , ; , , -
, 8d. For dippttrjf Lambs; ev while aacklnY1
ewes, a they cannot be injured by tbe1 materia). 1
: 4ib. For dipping Rams at any time ef the yean
Wtiliout lnnvr uf 1 producing the exenriatioa -which
mivstty follows the use of otaiar'd1, espe
cially in the autuinn season. ' ' . "
6th: . Fr the cure uf mange, la lutreee aa'dt .bg'i T
6th". For the distraction of lice and rvrraia ia
cattle. .'-1 . - .- , k t
Full direction for use accompany each package.
It Im Win. itsed in. Californin, wkh the- twos
satU&iotory roault,. in -verifiaation uf wb,ea We' ;
beg to refar-te wasflerotieeertiaeatea reent -well- '
known gentlemen. "-" - -
t Wool growers should not mir to try tki in val"
nable-preparation, whk-b w. have ever r eonft- i
Ldenoe ia rannmmvading on its awn merita. . ".
tor sale by Ideas r. CHRIST K WttiB, Baa i
Franciseo, California, r 1 "" ' , i IV. rn
' A . ".. . BEACII A MQiflEITH, .
. Jane 11, 1871-41 - . .t ' Albaay, Ore oa, i