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- ' A(Data for. the Keg-later. ,
The following nnmed gentlemen nrennthor
lael to receive and receipt for anoscriptloin
roiire bkhistkk in tne localities tneminnoti :
.. . . Brownsville.
. . . . . Monmouth.
Messrs. Kirk Hume,.
W. P. Smith
O. 1. Tompkins
. H. Clan-jclif on
A. Wheeler A t o
Messrs. Smith Brastlcld..
J, B. Irvine
Thou. It. Kevnolds....
:" Harvesting is over in Arizona. The
crop falls short of Jase year, and the
quality is iot so good. v
. They Lave introduced lady hotel
clerks in Kentucky with great success.
The only disadvantage is the guests of
?.the house do not get their letters as early
"s . - .
K 'Where will it all end ? A man can't
set his house oh fire, collect the insur
ance and put on any style with the
money, without some one is mean
enengh to throw out insinuations.
In the great trotting race at Walla
Walla on the . 5th, Jour-horses started
on the firs heat Mark' Twain, Bell
flower,' Mystery (owned by Cdggan)
and Bashaw The firsta heat was won by
Twain Bashaw and My.-tery distanced
Time, 2:37i.f?ecdnd heat won by Twai,
in 2:38J; third 1 eat won by Bellflower,
in 2:39; fourth heat was a dead heat-
lime, 2:39J;tifth heat won by BcllftWer,
m 2:41; .sixth heat won by Twain, ia
A Brownsville siocial says a force
of 50 cavalry and 20 custom house
guards under command of Colonel
Parrot, escorted Ckirtina and prisoners
to Bagdad. They shot Maurices
Porligue, who had threatened to shoot
officers of the ninth cavalry near Mata-
moras. The gunboat Jmirtz-, will
nrisoners. sailed vesteiday. She had
on board arms and ammunition. Per.
mission was gi anted to discharge licr at
Brazos, Satitiago, and bring them
through Brownsville. Mexican papers
claim the removal of Cortina will per.
mit the authorities of Matamoras to
execute the law. : -
A Palace ofSUtae. s """" ,
Away np on the hill, that overlooks We find the following tribute to the
xinlcs stands tle Cartlwisian monastery memory of the late Mr?. Warren in the
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of San Martina. - Tlie monks who once an r rancisco wcitte ui uiy
inlutbited tle glorious palace for it is 1875:
nothing less were men of nobble birth On the tenth of June In her twenty
and vast fortune. . The-clmrcli is now fourth year, attet an lllnera of a few
one of the most' "magnificent, iu Italy.' weekg tWs Bmiftble Christian lady de
Agate, jasper, lapislazuli, amethyst, .
E'Vhtiaii granite ana. los?u wooa, to-
utsther with maroie tx every: vm are i w niuu;, Jta...
blended in mosaics that line the whole J The sadness of this sorrow was great.
edifice, and the carvings are so ricu mm j augmented by the F circumstances.
rwVJ P-int Warren, the valued principal
transfixed by a miracle and frozen into of Albany College, was on his way to
stone. And in this spot lived a broth- visit his aged father in Bath, N. Y.,
erhood who came from the hrst circles
of society and buried themselves in this
gorgeous tomb, tor it was little else.
Tlie monks took a vow of perpetual
silence, lived apart, ate apart, and met !
only tor the unsocial hours of prayer,
when each - was -wrapped iu his own
meditation, and no one uttered a sylla
ble. Each ot the little ecils where they
slept had a small window -or closet,
commuiiicatiusr with one of the main
: ccrridors, and in the closet was placed
the frugal meal, which was then taken
into the cell and eaten in solitude.
A, GKOUGIA WOMAN'! FYPI11T WITH A
aud to attcud the late General Assembly
as a commissioner, when a telegram
reached him at Elko, annouueiug that
Mrs. Warren had been dangerously at
tacked with fSlmonary hemorrhage.
His journey was speedily retraced, but
no hope of recovery greeted his arrival
home. The near and sad result was
but too evident ; yet se'dom was the
portentious cloud spanned with a bright
er bow of heavenly i hope. With the
lion. Geo. Opdyke has accepted the
presidency of the New York Board of
Trade at the request of & majority of
the members. The formal inauguration
will tak place next week.
Loudon dates to July 8th says;
Hops dull; condition of the crop favor
able with a prospect ot a large yisld;
California hops, 6 10s7; Americau
States hops, 5 15sa6 5s.
A judge at Montgomery, Alabama,
recently interrupted a flowery young
orator with 44 Hold on ! hold on ! my
clear sir ! Don't you go any higlier !
You are alcady out of the jurisdiction of
The N. Y. VoHuncrcirl -Advertiser
of the 8tli says: Beeuher's Suuday
school visits him at I'ceksskill to-day
to convey the official news of his
huudred thousand dollar salary, and
adds, 4tIt is a wonderful close to a
wonderful trial. Plaintiff" is left alone
clouded by suspicion of conspiracy with,
out a friend to do him reverence by the
contribution of a penny towards his
expenses. Defei sdant stands surrounded
by a mu'titude of friend-., with streams
jf money flowing into his pockets- and
enthusiasm and devotion following; ins
footsteps. This is a public verdict, and
eatablishes forever the question of
Beechers status, so far as Plymouth
church is c jneerned. " lie rests securely
in the affection of his flock.
' The people of Oregon, Missouri, were
lately astonished by an immense flight
Tjflocusls over that region. The swarm
, was from thirty to seventy-five miles
wide and a half mile deep, and passed
at the rate of fifteen miles an hour for
over sixty hours.
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A Family at Mtshawaka, Ind., ie-
ceived from some unknown source sev
eral tickets to a circus which was to ex
hibit bu,a recent xsveniug. All the in
mates went, and when tltey returned
found that their dwellimi liad en
broken into aud rifled of every thing val
V, cry quarter of an hour a bell struck, sufferer tuere was a f"N consciousness of
to remind the listeners that tney were
so much nearer their death. In the
garden the railings are ornamented with
marble skulls, and the only sounds that
used to disturb this splendid solitude
were the tread of sandaled feet, the rus
tle of long, white robes, or the clang of
the bell that tolled oft their solemn
lives in briof moments, that yet might
have seemed long to them. These
monks, like most others in Italy, have
been driven from their retreat, and all
their tieasurcs confiscated by A ictor
Emmanuel. ' "
said she was a
Was she? Vicktibiirg Herald.
Another affidavit from Price is pub-
1 islied to-day, giving the alleged details
ot the method ot getting up the Loetler
accusations against Beecher. Price says
Loeder instructed him what to say, and
that Morris gave him at various times
small sums of money to spend in liquors,
cigars, &c lVicc declares the affidavit
signed by him in Morris' office is false iu
A scouting arty which left Camp
Verde, Arizona, on the 26th of June,
under command of Major iiray, of the
8th infantry, returned on the 8th hist.
They report seeing signs ot Indians in
Tono Basin. On the morning of July
1st they struck the ranchero and killed
25 and took nine prisoners. Another
ranchero was struck July 4th, at the
head ot Verde Cauyon, and five killed
and six captured. The Indians, known
as White Mountain Apaches, do not
belong to any reservation, and had
been stealing stock from Verde settlers.
her situation, and a peaceful resignation
to tho Divine will. Every lucid hour
spoke what she often expressed, that
"all was well." i
Meekness, unselfish kindness, gentle
nes and devotion to every duty in the
relations of daughter, 6'ister, wife, moth
er, Christiau and neighbor, were her
leading traits. These gave great beau
ty to a cultured mind, and endeared
her to all that knew her. 44 Jesus and
his word," her trust and light from ear
ly years, gvew more precious in the
hours of feebleness and pain, and the
words of divine consolation seemed to every boat.
It was one of the handsnnioKt. nnVet-
on the river, and among the passengers
wuuuu lyr lCKsuuig were a Georgian
and his wife, who havo mint;
lie was a large-sized, handsome
looking man, and she was a pleasant
looking little woman, with blue eyes
and thort chesnnt curls. One would
have said that she would have screamed
at a tilt ot the boat.
He sat smoking with other
men after she had retired to her state
room, ana tho cabin was entirely free of
iauies, wnen some one proposed a game
of cards. - Iu ten minutes after half n
dozen men were shuffling cards over
cabin tables, and the Ucoigtau was
matched against a stranger to all on
board, lie was a quiet, courteous,
well-dressed man, and had been taken
for a traveler in search of health. lie
was lucky with his cards, but he did
not propose playing for stakes. It was
the nettled Georgian who proposed it.
Ho called himsell a champion hand at
poker, and when he found that he had
met bis equal he determined to test the
stranger's financial metal.
They had fifty dollars on the table
when the Captain looked into the cabn
He canght the Georgian's eye and
gave him to understand that his oppo
nent was a river black-leg, but the
other gentlemen had dropped their
cards and crowded around, money was
up, and the information had come too
late. Besides, the Georgian was doing
well enough, and he flattered himself
that he could teach the courteous black
leg a lesson.
It was a very quiet group aronnd the
table, and afler the play had continued
for fifteen minutes the gentlemen spoke
in whispers, and some of them were re
minded of old times on the Mississippi
when gamblers had the full run of
The Pittsburg Commercial is an ex
cellent paper, but -it is sometimes fac
tion?, with an inclination to be cruelly
kind. Of Mcfsr:. Allen and Thurman,
as presidcut'al aspirants, it says :
"'Governor Allen of Ohio, says of;
his pephew Thurtnau, that he is an able
lawyer, but doesn't know a b'essed
thing abuot ttatesmauship, while 1 Irur-
man says ot Allen that he makes a fair
Governor, considering his age, but be is
a rantanlcei-oiis old woman when he
comes to national politics, i They are
oofu candidates tor the Presidency, but
thpy wou d much rather be right
about each other than be President.
(Whether the Cotnmereial rightly
represents the affection between the
nephew ot his uncle and the uncle him
self, it is clear that neither ot tlicm be
lieves in the others oufili fixations for
the great office, and that each will labor
ior me otnev s ueieat. it is a very pret
ty quarrel as it stands. Prominent men
Whose names were mentioned .too early
as Presidential candidates, have been
slaughtered by the people without re.
morse. But what thall be said ot the
mutual opposition of two such celebri
ties as Governor Allen and Fenator
Thin-man in their own political "house
holds, in the presence ot their own po
litical trieuds and winch may lead to
the slaujhter of both ? That both be
lieving that they are right, we have no
reason to donbl ; and it is not impssibfe
that the opK; will accept their estimate
of each other aud act upon it by remov
ing the pretensions of both of them out
ot the way.
tie was never in
house and never saw Mrs.
At Hendon, England, on the 7th,
liogardus, of Illinois, and Kwnmel,
vliampion of England, had a pigeon
ishooting match the match being that
each should shoot at 50 birds, 30 yards
rise, to rise from traps 5 yardspart.
Bogardus won easily, getting 36 birds
to bis appouents 20. Bogardus now
challenges all England to slioot.
Colonel Forney will call around at
3$almoral on his way home, and invite
Queen Vic to come over and take Cen-
teanial pot luck wttfi us next year
tSoch a visit would afford Her Majesty
many opportunities which she might ad-
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vauiageousiy emuracc, particularly uii
getting hints as how to dress tier gwis,
whom the best judges pronounce to be
the slouchiest looking Princesses iu Eu
It is asserted by lire Brooklyn Argus
lliat Moulton will endeavor to secure
the indictment of Beecher by the grand
Jury now iu session fur alleged .perjury,
aud will summon the following witness
es : Mrs. Stanton, Miss Anthony, Mrs.
Ek-adshaw, Mrs. Moalton, Tliea. Tilton,
Mir. and Mrs. Richards, Bowcn, Mrs.
Tilton and others.
Tle Helena Independent ot June
24th lias the following : 44 The citizens
of Helena were startled yesterday even
ing by information that the United
Slates trooits had surrounded r ort
lienton and arrested Messrs. Ilardwick,
Evans, llariwr,- Hale and Debrcw for
alleged complicity in killing a party of
AssimUoine Indians m the Cypress hills,
British possessions, some time over two
years ago. it is reported mat oruers
were issued tor the arrest ot loiirtecn
men, but Deputy Marshal 1 lard and the
mtlitary succeeded in capturing only the
parties above mentioned. 1 hey wi 1
arrive in 1 iclena to-day or to-morrow
and will iiavc an examination before
W. E CuHen, United States Commis
sioner. Under tlie extradition treaty
tlie prisoners will necessarily be brought
to Helena for examination, as they are
arrested-at the instigation ot the British
authorities for an alleged crime com
mitted under Uieir jurisdiction. It is
said correspoidence has been iu progress
some time between the authorities of
tlie Ddariiiiou of Canada and the United
States in relation to the matter. From
iiifbrmafJon obtained, it appears that a
band ot Indians iiad , stolen some horses
belonging to tliese men and in pursuit
of them they came upon a band of Indi
ans whom tliey supposed to be the guil
ty parties, and in the ngbt which ensued
thirty or thirty-fivs Indians , were
killedV - - 4 ;
The Sioux Indians selected the fol
lowing articles in payment of the $25,
000 for the hunting grounds iu Ne
braska: Horses, $11,600; Cows, $9,000;
Wagons, $2,300; Harness, $2,100.
The treaty has been signed and the
articles are being delivered. ,It is ex
pected the. success of this move will
have a good influence in treating for
the entire Black Hills country.
Robbers made a desperate attempt
at Long Point, Ills., on the Vandalia
railroad, on tltc night of the 8th, to get
Adams Express Go's strong box from
Messenger Burke. , Tlie engine a; id car
were cut lose from the train, tlie engineer
killed; but Burke, true to histmst, bar
ricaded the doors and Jceept the scoun
drels at bay until help arrived.
I A New York telesrram of the 8th
rays: Joseph Doyle, indicted for the
murder ot Philip Sheridan, of Jersey
City, April 25th, pleaded gnillj yester
day, but under the provisions of the
New Jersey statute, the court took
evidence to determine the degree of
crime, To-day, judgment of guilty of
murder in the second degree was re
corded, and Doyle sentenced to 20
years iu tlie State prison. .
The Georgian had luck with him
from the start, aud while he looked
smi)ii: and confident, the gambler ap
peared to grow excite and uneasy;
His money was raked across the table
until the Georgian had $200 in green
backs before bin. The stakes had
been light P to this time, both men
These sacred recollections, and the seeming to fear each other's skill. . Tho
hopes they nourish, with a dear bov of Georgian proposed to increase tliem,
- . , - - and the gambler agreed. In ten miu-
four years their only surviving child, - . P . , S.,0Q . - , .
remain to comfort the bereaved husband, i,a,i tnmed. The Georgian lost $20;
and to inspre him to greater devotion I then $50; then $10f.
be received by her as from tho lips of a
present Saviour. Her gentle trust and
dying testimony afford : tho richest com
fort Ur mourning friends, aud are
stored among the heart's richest treas
iu his lite-work of usefulness.
A fire at Mkld'cport, Ohio, on the
9tb, destroyed $20,00Q worth of prop.
Tl.c American team are being ban
queted and toasted aud treated right
royally in Europe.
Tho Carlists having been defeated at
Trevino, are retreating to tlie uoathcru
part of Alava.
On the 9th the waters ot the Rhine
were raisins and another inundation
was feared1 in Pkrik-
A Yale, B. C, dispatch says the
weather h Tery ' hot. Tliermcmetcr
registered 102 in the shade on the 8lh.
D. G- Lobbell, supervising special
agent of tho treasury department, died at
illness, aged 67.
the 9th. after a short
The gambler's face wore a quiet smile,
as tho Georgian became nervous. His
hands trembled as he held up the eards,
aud his faue was we, with moisture, j
"Come, gentlemen!1 saici one t the
group, "let's have a general liand for
amusement, and then turn in.
The Georgian looked up with a fixed
glance, and replied: j
I have lost $400; he must give me a
fair sho!" I
The play went on. The heap of
sreenbaclcs at the gambler's right hand
grew larger. Once iu a while the
Georgian won, but he lost $10 for every
one sained. He finally laid down ibis
cards, pulled a roll of bills from a
breast-pocket, and counted out $dUU.
t his was his pile, in Less than ten min
utes every dollar ot it had been added
to the gambler's heap.
"Gentlemen, will you smoker asked
the gambler, as he turned around j and
drew his cigar case.
They knew his true character iiipitc
of his disguise, and they refused.
"1 am sorry tor my mend, he con
tinued biting at the end of a cigar,i"but
i you will agree that the play was fair."
J lie ueoroiau had passed out on U;e
It seems that Pliansoh of Egypt did
not have a monopoly of plagues, for
there are a few mora left in addition to
the grasshoppers, which am making
their presence felt in Lafayette county.
Missouri. A few days since a terrible
storm of wind and hail passed over the
central ortion of the Slate, doing great
damage to the crops. And since then
it is said millions of ftoads have made
their appearance in Lafayetto county,
and the formers arc much alarmed from
apprehensions of the double invasion o
toads a d grasshoppers. Thus tn y are
receiving, in instalments, the plagues
which infested' Egypt during the time
of tho prophet Moses. If the Larayette
county people only had a Moses among
them fur a tew houwv )dgig from his
record, he would make as quick work.
of their toads and grasshoppers as he
did ot Pharaoh's.
The amount of taxable property m
Salem, as returned to Mr.V; J, Hyde,
city assessor, foots up $l,57O,Q0l.
The Boise Statesman says; Tha
farmers are happy, the cold weather, ot
last winter killed nearly 3tti$Hbbitf '
and there are no trrassbojjiwr -to this
valley yet, that we have heard oC
The Sioux City Journal, of the 5th
inst., publishes a letter from r IJianarck,
in which it is stated that "Shaffer, tha
murderer of Franz Warl, had escaped
from the custody of the sherifT and
goue to parts unknown. ;,.
The presidential election ot 1872 was
the people's rebuke to the democratic
party. Grant then that of k874, was
their rebuke to the Republicans,'". which
of the two organizations has used the
result most wisely?
A Frenchman incensed at a .. writer
who is not particularly brilliant, spoke j
of him as an ass,'" and , then corrected
himself: "No; I am wrong. ; He ; is a
rou'e, who lias ears equally long and
produces nothing." -
Just as as Phillip Shaefcr, the Salt .
Lake murderer, was getting himself ia
trim to be swung off into- the next
world at the end . of the l)aTlgman's,
halter, the supreme court steps in and
decides that the jury in his case ww
improperly constituted, and that ha
must be tried again V
t'olonel Longhy, formerly- of the
United States Army, now in the Egyfw .
tiati nvvicc, has arrived at Paris from
his second expedition to Nial, where ho
extended tlie autliority of the Kliedive.
1 Secretary Delano left Washington on.
Saturday tor Ohio, and will not pfoCi-'
bly resme the duties of Secretary. It ia
believed that Assistant-secretary Uowaa
will be his successor, if the effort to heal
trie differences between him aud ; tits'
present Secretary prove successful.
passed out on the
A Philadelphia dispatch of the 9th, promenade deck. The gambler turned
Brown who murdered j to his stack ot oills, and was count-
iu2 them when there was a sharp ex
clamation, the sounds ot a brief fctrug
gle, and the little woman with blue
eves and chesnut curls entered the cab
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in. bhe was halt undressed, a ishawt
says tliat Win
his wife at Fafrmoimt Park Saturday,
lias been arrested
Tltc -iVtibama Legii-Iature refused to
appropriate money for the decennial
census provided for under the present
as well as forme eonstitutioiiPrf The
Democratic majovity were more anxious
4,0 convene a Constitutional Convention
and used the money needed tor the
census-taking for that purpose. This
was done avowedly after discussion
The last census taken by that State wa
in 1865 6, afler the civil war had
ascd. It showed tlmt Alabama had
decreased in popul tion by about 27,
000 persons mostly' males. Of these
about 13,000 were white and the re
mainder colored. Tlie relative decrease
was la-ger because the increase for fiv
years was also swallowed by the war
losses. The only states taking a de
cennial census are New York, Massachu
setts aud Rhode Island.
- William T. Adel, of Sau Jose, Jest
sli eye recently by the slipping of a
screw-driver. He was giving tlie last
turn to a screw on the under side of
a buggy shaft, wheu the screw-driver
slipped and penetrated beneath ' the
riglit eye to the full depth of the socket,
striking tho bone. "Putting op his hand
- instinctively, the eye came oat s in
mass of dark liquid into his hand. ,
The Wisconsin Republican State
Convention met at Madison, July ,7th,
. aud made the following nominatkuos:
For Governor, Harrison Dadington;
- Lieut. Governor, II. T. Eaton; Saece
"" tary "of State, II. B. Warner; Treasurer,
II. Baetz; Attorney General, John5 IL
Bennett; Superintendent Public Instruc
tion, Robert Graham.
Kin Coffee's son has arrived in Eng
land to be educated. . The first thing
, after landing he inquired : for r- - piece
of cold baked boy, and. the English are
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doubtf ul u tliey can teacn mm - any
The skeleton of Filkins, the express
robber, who last' year escaped from
Clinton State prison, was recently found
' la Hi irain sewer of that institution.
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- ' a&i. Frank P. Blair died' at lit.
Lculs on the night of the 8th.
Dan De Quilie, in a letter to the En
terprise giving an account ot his over
land trip to tlie East, says : We liad
on our car a party of English folks from
Australia, going home to England
Artcmus Ward was one day Vying npon
a sofa enjoying a cigar in the little office
of his publisher at New York, when he
received a telegraphic dispatch from Mr.
McGuire of the San Francisco Opera
House asking, 44 Wliat will you take for
10 nights iu California V 44 Without a
moment's reflection or changing his posi
tion, he replied, " Brandy and water. A.
Two TerresentJrtrrcs of the " ruling
classes" have recently held this collo-
auy i 44 Honest men are kind ot skeerce
now Jafte." j es," says jmm, we
nns is tho.sort that the cnolery .is allers
- The Blackfeet Indians cannot diyorce jug i a moment'."
a wrfe, but they can leaxr ner out on 1110
pvairte and club her to aeatn.
There are 7,000 stoie eloks working
to New York City on salaries averagp
iner 10 tier week, but they couldn't
thrown over her shoulders, and she had
a revolver 111 her hand.
No one had scon her leave her state
room and cross the cabin. No one
knew that her husband had the revolver
in his hand as she softly came nun him
"Go back!" he whispered "I am com
With swift motion she seized the
1 t '
weapon, wrencneci it irora uv s&up.
Hiey were chiefly remarkable for calling J?te bemg Published in iite Sail J ran-
a band ot cattle a " mob," for tlie inter-
eat tley took in any and every kind of
grazing land, and tor their jolly indepen
dence wherever we came. Iu passing
througli Nevada these men did not
know what to make of the predominant
vegetation. One of tbeni got off the
caMnthe Humboldt aud pul'ed a lot
of sagebrush, which he took aboard for
critical examination. .After smelling
and tasting they were much puzzled.
Said one of them, 44 It's bloody bitter,
ft eaunt be possible that cattle feed on
this blasted staff whew ! the smell of
it quite snakes me sick." 44 Well V said
Uie flier, ' we've passed several mobs
ot cattle, and b'ast the bit of grass or
anything but this have I seen ; it must
be this they re feeding on." 44 Well;
but twy dear fellow, they cauut do it. I 1'ress.
you tnow just smell of it :
cisco papers aud proving a good odver-
Ward." He soon filled a remarkably sute f part their hair in the center if tliey were
cessful engagement, the dispatch a $10 j working on farms or in shops making
thnee the wages.
44 Can you inform me," said a student
to a bookseller. whether I can find
anywhere the biography of Pollock ?
" Yes, I dare say you will find it in the
Course of Time.
Kansas teacher 44 Where does all ot
oar irrain nroduct go to?" Bov It
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goes into . tne hopper." " iiopper 1
What honrwr?" "Grasshopper!"
triumphantly shouted tlie lad.
A priuter's devil says his lot is a hard
one ; at His boarding nouse niej nrBc
him witli all the pie they canH find, and
at the office his employer charges him
with all the yi they do Hud.
At a recent Washington ; breakfast,
fruit was served as the hrst course, with
,. Too Deep kor him. 44 What's de
occasion of dat b:g 'smoke over dar?"
inquired one colored man of another at
the market yesterday. .
"Fire, sab," was the answer,
"And what's do occasion of de fire?"
44 And what's combustshun?"
"My friend," replied the otlier, cross
ing his legs, "dar'a heaps .of things in
this worn Id dat no nigger ever knowed
aw am n.:il 1-.. a m.a.111 Altano-A d A
- . . I awinloa of tewelrv enclosed in the stones.
ibiect to troosberrys." JJetroU rrte . - . . f .
stalks aud ears of green corn How
Riseup William Allen was unant-
Wra. lladley, tor tiaeen years a a which had yoa rather do, goto
custom house officer, at victoria, a. V., i Wheeling 111 Virginia, or Coming in
mousiy nominated ior Governor otOhio. bhot himself in th A on the 7thinst. Nebraska r Jiscctuxnge. . Well we
ou the 17th ult. But, it Hayes should r, AtiZ-jt - A davs don't want to Berne -
: W -
lie had been discharged a
tober, he will be Sitdown William Al- I peviousfor drunkenness.
lilii forevflr and vr iul vm .1 .' ..' -.. ! ' .,. . ',-...
nhis Atmeal. i 'When 'a- woman is 'care-laden and
we'll go to Reading Massachusetts over
Audover.- notion Advertiser.
Judero Nelson, of the United States
beaYT-liearted. nothing shakes the me- I
arlr Krswyti kto m avami,.. . tf .... . I . - . - - . . x f .
"mku w. uiuiK 1 tmm hnt nt Iir mimltar- inU Kir I j.'.sa-a .
ticelio, N. Y., 011 the 9th, for the mur oouple of Jadies to aStop a front of the
der of Sylvester Carr, ot Morton, Sulli-1 noose, long- enough for her to examine
r ii. rr,Aa - 1a .t. the trimmings ef their bonnets.
from the scaffold, his wife aud child re
maining with him to tho last. His
body was given to his relatives for bu-
The Black Jlilla still have attractions
for the fortune-hunters, who -are leaving
the east iu a constant stream tor ; that
country. - , i
constitutionality of . the
tact. ! ;' - " . v: v
From the exhibits made by the au
ditora of Pierce county, Wi T. it ap
pears that, that county has a present
indebtedness amounting to 85,913 77
The tttcrprise denounces the con-'
duct of certain younf meu from Port- ;
land, who during the base ball game
distni bed the peace ot the towu and be
haved like blackguards. "
President Grant attended the races at
Lone Bratich on Monday ot last wee Hi
ji tne ciose ne neiu an naormai recep- ,
tion, aud a large nu ber ot persona
pressed forward for a hand-shake ?
Tlie bark Martha from Marseilles for.
San Francisco, put into Rio on the 5th
instai'tytleaity, and will have to discharger
for" repairs. . r
There is an- authoritative annonnce-
ment from Rome thlat Sigi or lilanctv
has Ijeett appointed to sueceed Chevalier
Cort ist Washington.
Tlie President has appointed John
Tafle f Nebraska, Secretary ot Colors!'
o, auu n. iii. v esser iveceiver oi I unw
lie MoncA's at Helena Mont aha.- ?
Cn be hud at tho following places :
Harrlslmnr ....Ssni. May
.liinethm City Smith A Ilrnvfleld.
. RrownsviUe Kirk A Iluun
Ilnlsey J. M. Momn 1
Seio ., J. J. liiuw it
Albany inf X Collar :
A full snnp! v ran also lie ohtalnert al mi
old shop on first Mrpet, Alimiiy, Oreonc'
and os she earoe down the cabin to the
table at which the gambler sat, aud
around which half a dozen men yet
lingered, hep We eyes were j full ot
The gambler looked up. j
The hammer ot the revolver came up
with a double click. " 1
A white arm stretched out, and the
muzzle of the revolver looked straight
into tlie gambler's face. ,
lie turned pale; the mtu tell back.
For half a minute the deep silence
was broken only by the faint splash ot
tho paddlo wheels.
"Go!" she said.
. He looked into her flaming eyes as-if
ie com 1 blun her.
"Go!" " '" ' V' -
He rose np and reached for the money.
"Leave it!" she whispered, making a
threatening motion with tho revolver.
He retreated back.
Foot by font he backed across tho
cabin, the muzzle of the revolver al-
wavs on a line with lus iacc. : lie
backed throngh the door on the prome
nade deck and the railing was there.
"Jump!" she whispered. ' .
The boat was running along within
three hundred feet ot the shore. Over
t.ho rail to the water was a terrible
leap. : '
. 44 Yon can have tlie money," ho said
, "Jump!'? she repeated.
"I will not!"
. The arm came up a little4 and the
light from the cabin showed him a co!d,
strange, determined look on . her face.
He turned abo.it, shivered, and was
over the rail, leaping far out and unable
to suppress a cry of alarm, as - he felt
himself going down.- - -
The boat swept along, her arm fell,
and, re-entering tlie cabin, she sat down,
leaned her head on the table aud M'cpt
Says the falcm Record' oi the 9th:
Dr. II. Smith retimicd- yesterday from
the Santiam mines where he and others
relocated the White Bull quatz ledge
in the interest of the original members
ot tho old Union Mining Company,
which built the mill at Quartzville
years ago. They arc confident that the
ore is, valuable ami can be made to jy
if prowerlv worked. Thoy have located
1,500 feet on the ldge in tho names of
H. Smith, Wile Kenyon, Dr. Uhance,
Billy Laughead, Dr. Chapman ot Port
land. I. R. and J. II. Moores, George
Edes and two others. After doii $ $1,.
000 worth ot work on, the ledge the
company will purchase it a govern-
ment rates, $20 ier acre if we mistake
not. incruding a width of S60 feet aud
1,500 feet iu length.
TE.VCllINd M1K- HOW TO CaRVE.-
Larry Pelcher sat in an Arizona hotel, !
a short tine ago, with a big jack-knife
in his haul, and, while itidiwtriously
chewing tobacco, he wtw also busily
finrraoed in whittling the chair: but
o a ' '
when the landlord came shuffling into
the room with a bowie-knife m eawh
hand and slit his ear, Larry piled out of
tlw uMtiJow. while the bo6S of the
ranche stood hi- the loor and yelled:
"PU teach ve how to carve!"
JT. W. BALDWIN
Attorney and t'oaawler mt hr,
WII.1. PRACTICE IN ALL THK Court
in the 2d. I anl 4th Jndteial nio. i
t flut a In ft,.. HiAMnM 4 !ai.i I t
... . ..... . v....... ... vtuinia :
nntl in .lie IT. 8. District and Circuit Conrt. !
urric-K in rumttn onetc, top HtalntL in ;
oftioi! oeenpied by tho late 31. II. Cninitr.
rirst street, Aionny, wegon. , lol
Cnnurjpine tk.Snn.it m Siryrtx I !
SanFroncisco Cahfbmirj 1
Twmmwi f iclnI af lfltlmni -Staaiki
-it UwiiV'Mu .
DI'M AMIS ::.t. KXfll ; -
on l:ie tniit-iiul it.ckw lUr
iiiiust-r ..v auiiw mi uu t u.ii i .7i '
fill lill:llf t'-ll lllt. ' .-,
- Ill l'S Afin UKUt.H N-tl n.l. S. j
un-1 'mi'v 'm i- , " t
IM KxTllPSfTH TK a. ---r .
CSOt.l A-i1.T Wl'LLlOT :
i. k i t -. r k s tt 1 1, v., '
DKI1I ..WWI l'f .-.tlN .v
Mlvti.tii:iim wn. rati mii ,, 44
nt nl.. tnr. J
ITKHKNT l tT Time I-f .-,i ;- 3
fSLitfiCTia.i itK in wr'
' VnmIx m --itiHy -.ili.tur -.
:t all ut.fi iHtiiit . ii. .t. ,,n.t nutw
reniltlnl at .-iinrnt r.tt t.4 v-x-:h .
0. H.B0OA.3T, P.TERH. 'STT ! VlJr '
C3'V.-- r ' t .V 5 .... . : :,'
The steamer Josephine has reached
the inouth of Clark's Fork, 1 5 mi'-es
above the month of the Big Horn, and
ascended that stream a few miles. She
met with no obstructions on the way
easily getting over Wolf rapids and
win probably ascend tlie Yellowstone
to the old site of the Crow mission, or
within 35 - miles of Bozeraan. ; Tlie
citizens of Bozeman were wild with
enthusiasm over the fact.
WHY SAT THIS DAMAUIXO AX1I
tronbleaoma complaint rnnnor iJ.
eared, wlien so aviny evidences of Muor
tnbrbt ht plaoed before yon. everv cv-
ourea of aupnoaod hopeleaa caa yi
pbyniciaa inlorma yoo ttutt the ton-nmi
allow tha oomplalitl to esiit, von !,!
your chanoea for relief. jUfxiVranira Lmm
auofUlhU in aft coara. . . 7
A. laratkart d. p mum ! 1
;. Oiataaen . ; '
a y are reconimenile'l lo be. Vfl'l
jrory abort time, and are vmJio J..
Thfa nmraaMkTtAa taaa 1
Addreaa. A. OAVOnm A m ,'
The Eugene firemen are r-,:
rangeinenU lor a j?rand bull ut 1
Hail on Christmas eve.
The Fort Collins Express tells about i
a large b'ack bug which is eating np
the potato vines in Larimer county-
The bugs are about au inch long, aud
can run like race horses. Tbcy march
frnn, hill to hill CVOrV leal . 38
srroecrv slow. . ' . -