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OFFICIAL CITY PAPER.
ALBSPY, FRfbAY, OGTOB'R 15, 1875.
l fX OF YAMHII.I.
t-REIGirr VIA THE COLVMBIA RIVER,
VS. KKLTWH AMD WIXSEMtlCCA.
.liie JJulse Stttixsma 6ays the Cen
tral Pacific-liailroad Co., .like other
.monopolies, where there aro no legal
restrictions, fix the freight tariffs' at the
different - stations along their road as
high as circumstances will permit. : In
pome Instances it is put as high as freight
was when it was hauled by bolt teams,
beloro the railroad was built. The only
question is in fixing a . tariff, how much
rill -such arid such a place bear ? Is
there" a chance tor the people at that
station to get freight by any other
transportation,? It so, then they mast
be careful and not put the freight higher
than it will" bear For instance, they
Bay the Silver City people wi!l bear $2
per hundred on general merchandise
ft; W lnnemucca, but the . Boise Citv
people will bear only $1,60 at Kelton.
250 miles farther on the railroad, be-
cause Boba City is thirty miles nearer
the Columbia ; river. At Corinne the
Central Pacific - delivers freight for $1
per .hundred "for the Moutaua people.
While "Ihey charge the Corinne people
much higher. This is because Montana
. can compete by the use of the' Missouri
river. The only remedy for this species
of robbery, is by wholsome lesislatioi
But this we cannot get ; therefore the
people of Silver City have resolved to
abandon tire shipment of goods by the
C.;.P. railroad to Wiuneraiicca, and
will hereafter ship by the Columbia
river. They ask the Boiso City mer
chants to co-operate with them and ship
goods to this place by the Columbia
river route.' There are three grounds of
objection to the change : 1st, the Kel
ton route is longer during the winter,
iecause the Goose Creek Mountains are
. wot quite as bad as the Blue Mountains.
2nd, there are no teams on the Umatilla
xoad, and third It will take a little long
er to get goods by way of Portland
from San Francisco. But now Jet us
ee what the advantages will be. 1st,
our merchants can buy several kinds of
gooffs in-Portland as cheap or cheaper
than in Frisco. 2nd, the, freight will
not cost to exceed 20 a ton from Pan
Francsico to Umatilla by weight CO
cents less for Boise City and 1.15 less
ior Owyhee by the hundred than they
now; 'pay on the railroad. 3d, if due
notice should be given, our teamsters
would turn immediately on to the Uma
tilla' road at the same price they are
getting on the Kelton road- Tho Sil
ver people might have to pay a little
more, bat not as much as the difference
is against them on the railroad. "Walla
Walla Valley is full of horses and
teamsters ami they will make sharp
competition and put freight at a low
figure. Takii g it all in all we believe
the advantages are in favor of the Una.
tilla route, and our mercliants are pretty
.near of the same opinion.
XM REATESttXa ISSMAJi THOFBUS.
, A dispatch ; from. San Diego dated
Oct. 11 says: Late advices from Te
rn ecula show tliat tlie Indian difficulties
are by no means over, sotwitlistanding
recent reports to rthat"efiect.. piigario,
with his band,' are collected in that vi
cinity holding! corrferences. People in
that - vicinity are again being alarmed.
Gilbannra Bros., merchants at San Luis
J?ey;;aAd ; Ju'onserwitejhave ordered
goods for the latfcr'place,- to be sent to
SanXnui;vJnn(l..-ui a-letter to .for
warding merchants ray : No telling
liowj the, Indian' dif5culiy: may cudj
iheieforeL we deem it ad visable not ' to
-chip anymore goods to Monserrate,"
A gentleman'eoiroectetl with the- Union
office; 5 who came -in from that Vicinity
las night, says ; Goldbanum, . Alvirado
and other eld settlers are all ready to
Jeae;!onn mordent's notice. J Others
lave brought' their ' families to the
llnckest .settlements. ; Kunners are
going between the Alegarus and Coahu
illai. ,! ghouid - they join him in the
event or an outbreak it would be a bad
time to trine. . It may bring on a col
lision, and war ' would be the result.
Those Citizens who have lived here for
years insist that troops r,hould be sent
into that district of country without de
lay iomaintain peace, until the govern
ment can make suitable arrangements to
maintain an Indian agent. Dryden has
just returned from there,- and says the
danger of a conflict is not and cannot be
passed until something can be done by
gvment for tlie Indians. r Olegari
is a bad Indian, and has great influence
witu,his people, and refuses to listen to
mild councils.' ' He wanted tho agent to
put the Indians back on the ranch where
the were, and. keep them there "When
Dryden told him he had no power to do
this lie was very angry, and talked
badly. Mr. Dryden albo says he cannot
exaggerate the danger, and believes a
conflict cannot bo kept offfor anylcngth
ot time. ,It,is liable to occur at any
moment. j .
After " fkick. -At the recent De
mocratic Convention ot Pennsylvania at
.1 1 . .
le, tue re were no less man twenty as
pirants to the gubernatorial nomination.
besides the liuuurcd and ofld candidates
for the other offices. Old political stag
ers iu attendance remarked that there
never has been known a time in the his
tory of Pennsylvania politics when there
were so many seekers for nomination as
were before that Convention tor that of
Governor and State Treasurer. Kven
editors and proprietor ot journals,
whose position already towers far a Jove
the altitude of such office, showed them
selves not averse to accepting tho Gov.
ernorship of the old Keystone State.
Barr cf the Pittsburg I'oef, General
Davis ot tho Doylestown Democrat,
and formerly Governor ot New Mexico,
and J B. Britton of tlie Carlisle Volun
teer, Were all seekers after the Gover
A Monarch on the Stage. The
Duke oSaxe-Meinjngen,0ye of the smal
est ot the T hnringian Htates, is absorb
ed in tlie drama, and devotes the greater
part ot his time and resources to making
his theater the best in all Germany, and
it is probably without a superior in Eu
rope. The Duke himself is an actor,
and, astonishing as it may seem, he often
appears publicly in that capacity prob
ably the first instance of a monarch be
coming a regular actor. He is said to
be a very fine 1 actor, too; but lie does
not allow the audience to applaud him
as his faithful subjects would doubtless
do, whether his acting was good or bad.
The Duchess was an actiess when he
married her. It is a curious fact that
although iu the social scale the dramatic
profession ranks lower than a.iy other,
nevertheless actresses are almost the on
ly persons who enter the ranks ot tlie
nobility from the lower walks of life.
The attaacti ve odor of a sweet limlinr
ger cheese was recently the cause ot the
arrest of a lady, and the seizure of l.er
trunk while upon a journev to tho West.
The railroad officials had noticed the
overpowering rcent which escaped from
lire iuy s rruiiRf ana me norriDie sus
picion that it must surelv contain a dead
child took such complete possession ot
their minds that they procured the arrest
ot the owner ot the trunk. The trunk
was searched. Some ot the searchers
tainted from the effec's of the odor and
the seeming certainty of a tragic affair.
A suspicious bundle was found and cau.
tiouly unwrapped, when the limburger
cneese was exposed, it was then that
the lady explained that she was on a
journey: to visit a relative in the West
to whom a "luburger" with all that
name implies was an unknown luxury
The Massachusetts census raises some
Boston and Gloucester, and probably
ouier town,-inere are actually more
male aliens of tlie votmo- o-f tlmn ilio
are naturalized voters. Iifhostou there
are less than 20,000 naturalized voters
but there are 23.630 aliens of tlio n i To
sex, and more than twenty-one years old,
wno cannot vote. J lie Constitution of
Massachusetts vroviJes that no norsnn
shall lidve the rirrht to vnfn vi-lin ic tint
able to read the Constitution hi the Eng
lish language and write his name, which
undoubtedly has much to do with tlir
There don't appear to be much limit
to a farm laborer's hours. A man who
has been working for a New Canaan
farmer, putting in thirteen to sixteen
hours a day, quit on Saturday. " What's
the matter? don't you like tlie place?"
asked tho farmer. "O' yes. I like the
place-well cnough"explained the hand.
"but tlie nights are getting so long I'm
at raid I can't do a full cay s work.
The farmer smiled like an invalid.
It is seldom easy to see the '. hidden
benefaction in that which is an apparent
affliction. A boy. who was "confound
ing" the mosquito was told by his pas
tor that""doubt!es3 the insects are made
with a good end ' in view," when the
young scamp rebiied,"l cau't see it,
whether it is in view or not. At any
rate, I don't like the end I feel."
. His Excellency Iwakura Tomomie,
when he visited England a few years ago
as Chief of the Japanese Embassy, made
a promise which he has just fulfilled, by
presenting to the library of the India
Office hi London a set ot the Chinese
version ot tlie Buddhist Scriptures.
The work'Ts a fair sized library in itself,
in weight at least, weighing about three
and a half tons, and will require a room
alone. - - - ,- - , ; . .. ;,
There are some confiding people left
in Troy. An apple woman in that city
will trust an alderman over Sunday for
fifty-five cents' worth of frnit,but it may
be added that she's around mighty early
Monday morning. .
Noting the present of a silver cup to
m utuiiier journalist, a Western 'editor
says: "He needs no cap. He can drink
from .any vessel that contains liquor.
whetlter from the neck of a bottle, the
mouth of a pickle jar, the spile of a keg,
m uuug m a oarrei. . : .
"I lived with him nineteen vears.
says an Indiana applicant for divorce,
aud all tho clothes. he ever bought me
was a oanch of lifur pins and a tooth
brush. ' You f-ajt u ii.Li k.t.
'f timo 8u had to keep well dressed.
J An Ohio boy swallowed four or jfive
ui um wneeis oi an eigUWay clock, and
he has kept the wboie family "running"
ever Eince the event. ' ..- - ' -
Jacksonville has levied a tax of 5 mills
eacu oii9 uoiiar oi tax a Die property
iu vuB.uu.ivt, ior fccuoot purposes,
. Tbe Lensuiaid Murder.
CoscxRn, Oct. Hi A crowd, estimated
at 5,000 persons, were at the locality of tlie
Longmald murder yesterday. Nothing
waa discovered to move tlie evidence against
Drew. An aunt of Drew's said that a girl
would testily before the Coroner's Jury that
Josie stood in fear of Drew. There are ru
mors of the finding ot bloody curls, but they
Illicit SUUm Helsed.
Xkw York, Oct. 11. Two illicit stills
and contraband material, valued at $15,000,
was seized at Brooklyn Saturday.
An Intemperate Meeting.
New York, Oct. 11. Tlie German
rooms were packed yesterday with working
men. who had gathered to listen to the story
oi grievances of tt Fall River mill oper
atives. John Swenton was chairman and
the speakers were John Daily, Morgan,
Jefferson and Bitcliff, delegates from tho
Fall lliver weavers, and Swiuton, McGnirv,
Winter and Thompson, of New York.
The speakers, iiitrodueinsr delegates, said
they liad come to' represent tlie whiteslaves
of Rhode Island. Among the sentiments
most loudly applauded was one from Lean-
der Thompson, that any limn who con
trolled over fi,uoo,oou was both a tuteraud
North t'nrallnn CMMUtultonnl Coavra
Rai.kigh, Oct. 11. The State Constitu
tional Convention adjourned sine die this
evening, after a session of 31 working da vs.
Iu the last few days of the session many im
portant ordinances weie passed, amounting
to a general emancipation of the legisla
ture from tlie restrictions under 'which it
has labored since 1808, and giving it larger
powers. The public debt question was not
Interfered with. Several iiieflcctual at
tempts are being made to repudiate the
special tax bonds. ' -
Illness of Alexander Stephens.
Augusta, Ga., Oct. 11. Alexander II.
Stephens was taken ill on Saturday. HU
stifteriug Is represented as excrutiaiing ami
his condition critical. He U alHicted with
stone in tlie bladder. r ,
JDelisies m Ueinoeratle. oulnntion.
NewYokk, Oct. 11. The Springfield
JfnpttMiecrn to-day announce that General
Ikirtlett has declinetl the nomination ot
Lieutenant-Governor of Miissacliusetb on
the Democratic ticket. .
tiood for rhlliMlelpbla. '
Piiii.aiiei.phia. Jct. 11. At a meeting
ot Clergymen and laymen ihU afternoon, a
telegram was received from Moody, revi
valHr, which read as follows: I have asked
Brooklyn to let me off. I will commence
work in your city Oct. 31st, God willing. ;
Convening; or the U.S. Supreme (onrt.
tVASinsGTON, Oct. 11. Tlie . Supreme
Court of the United States commenced its
October term to-day. All tlie justices on
tlie bench with the exceptiou of Associate
At the instance of Attorney General Pier
repont, the 2jth instant was set for tlie ar
gument ot tlie appeal of the United States
lrom the decision of the Court ot Claims,
the latter h.-.ving made a decision favorable
to tlie cliiim ot the Union Pacific road on
account of transportation.
FtsUer Withdraws Ills Application for
Ill the Criminal Court to-day the applica
tion tor a writ of habeas corpus in behalf of
young Fisher, nate district attorney, was
So Secretary Yet.
No new developments concerning tlie
Secretaryship ot the Interior, Mr. Cowan,
who lias been acting as Sectary, has not
signed any papers to-day, and at 1 o'clock
visited the Attorney General to obtain his
opinion as to the legality ot serving to-day.
Secretary Delano's resignation took effect
Oct. Ivt.- mid the point at Issue b wlujtlier
'that day shall be considered one of tlie ten
days of service allowed by law to the arl
?ito-i(s or vice, without a, special :ippoint
nient. Ohio Election.
CixcixxATi, Oet. 12. Oa Vliange not
halt the usual number were in attendance,
the election absorbing all other interests.
Indications are that an tin usually lanre
vote M ill be pooled. At this hour nothing
can be said as to the result, but both par
ties are confident of success. There was
some attempts at repeating iu the 18th and
19th wards, but they were promptly frus-
Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 12. Up to 11:20
F. M-, we - liave return from 200 wards,
townships and precicts, which give a net
gain of 3,000 for Hayes. If tlie reported
majorities in Ha mi Uou county arc correct
Hayes is probably elected. ;
Cixcinsati, Oct. 12. Ohio lias gone
Republican by a decided majority. Tlie
Republican State Committee claim tlie
election of Hayes by 10,000 majority.
CixcrxxATL, Oct. 12.-.Tlie election Kissed
off quietly. Tlie Republican claim the
county for Harp and tlie entire comity tick
et. It i3 certain the Republicans have
made large gains. j
Columbus. Oct. 1 2. The election passed
off unusually quiet, no serious trouble hav
lug occurred in any ward. Tlie cliallenge
committees were very vigilant, and a large
and honest vote was pooled at every voting
place. An increased vote was pooled for
both parties, and It will be quite kite be tore
toll returns can be had. Indications are
that the Republicans liave largely increased
Returns from 45 precincts, mainly from (
tlie northern part of tlie State, show a Re
publican gain of about 600 over 1873. i
- Iowa Election. '.
Couscii. Bluffs, Oct. 12. Fremont
county gives 250 majority for fee Demo
cratic ticket. - Brooks, Kep., U elected to
the Legislature. Mills county gtvc a Re
publican gain on the state ticket. Potto
wottomie county will give tlie Republican
State ticket from one hundred to two hun
dred. Wright, Rep., U undoubtedly elec
ted to tlie State Senate. White, is probably
elected toibe legislature. . t : -
Nevada, Iowa, Oct. 12. Kirkwood, for
Governor, will receive' 800 majority In
Story county. Tlie vote on Suite Seintor
will be close, but the Republican candi
dates for representatives and tlie comity
ticket, will be elected by a good majority.
Clinton, Iowa, Oct 12 A very heavv
vote had been pooled. The Republicans
liave been victorious. ; Kirkwood 'a majori
ty will be about 100. Indications are that
tlie whole Republican county ticket Is elec
ted by majorities ranging from 150 to 300.
This city elected "a-Democratic Mayor last
Spring, by about 300. majority' which
shows an Immense Republican gaim :
Marshaltown, Iown, Oct. 12. Tlie
State and county ticket lias 1,500 to 1,700
Republican majority in this county.'
Des Moines, Oct. 12. Returns received
at the office of State Register- up to this
hour indicate a Republican gain of about
15 per cent, over the majority: Iu "1874.
Tlie best Informed Republicans estimate
Kirkwood's majority at thirty-five thous
and. There Is every iixTlcation-of Republi
can gain In tlie legislature. A gain often
or twelve Republican members l assured
ty returns already received on the joint bal
lot. These are lie publican figures. The
Democrats concede Uie State by 25,000.
Des Moines, Iowa, Oct. 12. Returns as
Cir as heard from indicate 830 Republican
majority in the county; l"he wliole Repub
lican comity ticket tn- the county, has -about
400 majority.- - ;. s .. .... ,r.-t ......
Shelby, Iowa, Oct. 12. -Nicholas, Ke-
Sublican, for Senator, lias 2S majority over
IcDonald, Democrat, -Campbell, Republi
can, for the Legislature, has a? majority
over Wilson. Democrat. :
Sioux City, Iowa, Oct. 12. Incomplete
returns from six precincts indicate a Kc-
publican majority of from 200 to 300.
Newton, Iowo. Oct. 12. The Kepubll
can candidate for Governor has a majority
of 300. v- '
InpianOUC, Iowa, Oct. 12. Tlie republi
can Senator is elected beyond a doubt.
Des Moines, Oct. 12. Returns tip to
1:30 A. M., give a Republican majority of
at least 30,000. - - y,
Omaha, Neb Oct. 12. In Hall eonnty I
t tie entire state ticket is KepuDiican uy an
overwhelming majority. -
Cass. Oct, 12. The State ticket goes
Republican by a good majority.
Omaha, Oct. 12 Returns np to this
hour, 1 :30 a. m.. indicate that the Republi
cans liave carried tins State by 9,000 to
10,000. . .
BepnbHenn Mnyor Elected.
Newark. N. J., Oct. 12. Tlie city elec
tion resulted in Immense Republican ma
jorities. Henry J. Yates is-elected Mayor
by 3,390 majority- over Andrew Sinalley,
Democrat. . Republican gain over . last
Mayor's election In 1873 is 3,500.
Waxtm to get Even. An attache of
the Uooklyn N.,Yv, terry company, whose
duty consisted iii closing tlie gates uion
Iwsscngers when the boats weiti ready to
eave, died the otlier day, and in tlie funer
al turn out the most conspicuous figure
was tliat of an old man who occupied a bug
gy, from which was waving an American
flag. Just as tlie order came to start the
funeral, tlie old mail drove into line. One
of tlie friends ot tlie deceased, astonlslied
at tlie conduct of tlie old fellow,, rode up to
him and said : ,Say. look lie re, old man
yon must have got things mixed. This
ain't no torchlight procession, nor a ch.m
chowder picnic, litis is a fuueral, sir."
The old fellow heart! all this and grimly
replied: Yes, 1 know what it is. ltalo,t
no clam bake that's a fact ; but its better
titan a Bunker Hill jubilee for me to be
liere. for. tlie man tluit's riding at tlie head
ot this procession shut the ferry-gate on
me, wheal was iu a hurry, just one hun
dred and sixty times in tlie last five years,
and I'm going to get even on him sonieeow
or I ain't no tree-born American citizen ?'
And he followed tliat funeral without hav
ing anybody raise any further question as
to his right to do so. - -
. TRUTH WHX OUT.
Jaltejr, Ills 51a nod the Sunday
.Takcy crept up and sat down by his moth
er's side as she wis locking out of tlie win
dow yesterday morning. . After a few min
utes of silence, he broke out with
"Ma ain't Pa's name Jacob?"
.''If I was called young Jacob, lie'd be
called old Jacob, wouldn t he?,,
Yes, my dear ; wliat makes you ask
such a question as that? "
"Xothing, o-ily I heard something about
him last night."
'Mrs. Watts suddenly became interested,
, "What was it. my son?"
"Oh, notliiug mucli ; something the new
Sunday-school teacher said."
"Yon oughtn't to have anything your
mother don't know, Jakcy," couxiugly
plead Mrs. Watts.
'Well it you must go poking into cvry
thiug I'll tell you. The new teacher says
to mo. 'what's your name my little man?'
and wlien I said Jacob, lie ask me if I ever
henrd of old Jiioeb, and I thought that was
pa's name, so I told him I guess I had. but
I'd like to hear what he had to soy about
him. He said old Jacob, used to be a little
boy once Just like him, and liad beans) looters
and stilts, and used to play hookey and got
licked and used to tend cattle"
"Yes, I believe his fUther used to keep a
cow," interrupted Mrs." Watts.
"And he liogged his brotlter out 4 some
thing or otlier. and lie struck with a young
woman named Rachel Mrs. Watts Iiecame
still more interested, i and was going to
marry her, but the old man fooled hhn and
mode hi m marry Ills other daughter; bnt
pa said lie was nobody's fool, and married
"The wretch ! ejaculated Mrs. Watts,
shaking lier flst at Mr. Watt's slipper.
'He said old Jacob liad a dozen or two
"Did I marry him for this?" exclaimed
Mrs. Watts, sobbing and throwing herself
on the sofa, making all the springs hum
like a set ot tuning forks.
Jakey said he didn't know wluit She mar
ried him for, bnt she wouldn't catch him
telling her anything very soon again if she
was coins to kick up such a row about it.
and went out ot the room highly indignant.
When Mr. Watts came home he met
Mrs. Watts In the liall, with a vcrv red
face, who pointed lier finsrer at him and
jerKeu out the word "villain !" and asked
mm tr tic could look his innocent wife ami
intant son hi tlie face. Mr. Watts showed
tliat lie could by staring very Iiard altern
ately at Jakey and Mrs. Watts.
"I know wliere you go, sir, wlien voti
stay away from home," continued Mrs.
Watts ; I've heard the story of vonrperfld
ity. Can't you tell me how ltacliel and
that otlier woman is to-day?" she asked
with forced calmness. Mr. Watts confess
ed his inability to euhghtcn Iter on tlie
health of the ladies about whom site was
solicitous. ' Mrs. Watts said that she alwavs
knew that something like this would occur,
and ended with another hvsterlcal interro
gation after the children's' health, but not
receiving any satisfactory answer, she
threw herself ou tlie sofa anaiu and sobbed
and asked herself a few times why she liad
ever left her motlier s Iiouse, and then she
called Jakey to her and told him that tliey
would liave to live alone in a little house
mid be very poor, and mabe not liave .enough
to ear. wmcn uvuia tnejiopelui utter a se
ries of most doleful howls and hasten dowu
to the kitchen to examine tlie larder
Later ka the day Mrs. Iwts haipened
iu, and Sirs. Watts confided to her tlie sto
ry of lier husband's villainy. Of course,
Mrs. Ijewis was very properly shocked, awl
tried to Impress upon Mrs. Watts the ne
cessity of being philosophical, and left
with the observation that site had never
j et seen a man wj ttU,a mold on his nose
who dkl not, sooner, or later prove to be a
rascal. ' ' - ,.
Towards evening Jakey was sitting on
tlie steps, baving.recoveretj from his griet
of tlie morning, ;v hen tlie Siiiiday-soiiool
teacher chanced to pass. by,, and Jake v
balled him with "Say. mister, I told my
mother wliat you told me about old Jacob
last night, and : there has been tlie old
scratch to pay ever since. Ma called pa a
villain and a bloody thief, and tried to
brake lier back on the sofa, and said tliere
wouldn't be anything to eat, and tliere
ain't been such a time since pa offered to
kiss Aunt Jane good-by. Mabe yon had
better step In and see tlie old lady mister ;
she ain't so bad as she Was."
Tlie teacher alter some pressing, accom
panied Jakey Into tlie bouse, and was pre
sented to Mrs. Watts in tlie parlor. '
Mrs. Watts began to tliank him for dis
closing her husband's perfldity, but he dis
claimed having done anything of tlie kind
and at leugth, after considerable talkins.
It was discovered tliat Jakey liad misplaced
'.ofi Prtrlaruh Jacob. Mrs.
Watts started right out to hunt up Jacob,
ami when she found him astonished him
again dy behig as loving as she had been
distant. Jakey is contented with the fact
that there is no immediate prospect of a
lack of supn hes uv the family, and Mrs.
Watts would be perfecUy happy if she could
only shut Mrs Lewis's mouth.
TheRoeeburg Pfemfeafe wants to
leaTn, whereaboutsdf Jerouie Thomas
who left San Francisco forVportland
about 4 years ago. .
The rohooner and oew steamer now
being built at Gardiner, will be launched
in about four wee lvs,
: PARKER & MORRIS'
1$qw Elevatoi !
IN MOW RKAaV FOR THE HF.CF- T X
at wheat and otit. We call the iittem.. .. of
farmers to the fact that we have erected tlie fl
nest waivlmuHL- n the State.at a larze expense,
amlnro in poHtlion 1o handle gutiefactortlv an
iminense- quantity of grain, our houac hasa
200,000 bushels of Wheat!
nt me tiinc.and Is lorated on the marjrin of Hie
W iilainotte Ki ver. and provided wltlm side track
rrom the O. St C. K. K so that shipments mny
lie made dully by mil, and a often by water as
boatiiiKfiu-illties offer. We have t-o birtce mid
thm fann, In addition to other fans, attached
to the houc. run by water power, and are
thus prepared to
nil the wheat received, t'an take lnandclin
10,0CW bushels per dav. Cleaned wheat ls a'orl h
much more In all foreign markets than fool
wheat, and none should be shipped without
cloantiiir. Our charges will be ttve veutsa bushel
on wheat, and four cents on outs.. . We have
SIXTY THOUSAND SACKS
to fnrnlah those storing wheat with us, free to
those whose wheat wo purchase, and at the
lowest fiash price to tliose who sell t Uelr wheat
from onr house to other buyers. Persons stor
ing wtth us are at. lilwrty to sell to whom thev
plcaae. Those who reside mt the weat side of
t lie river will liave ferriage free.- Will be in
the market as buyers, and oxpectin be able to
pay the highest possible price. Having pre
pared ourselvesto do a lanre business, we hoite
for our share of tlie public patronage.
PARKER A: 31 Oil R IS.
n47vuu!y 31 .
Here's Hie;; Place !
S H. Claurjlit on
Has received ana is offering for sale a well setee-
. .. , ted utouk of . , , ; ;.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
Which lie is determined to sell
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
Cash ; or Mercliaiitalile Prounce !
Please give mc a call, and examine
H. II. ( LAIUHIOS.
CUAS. IV. HUMAUI'E,
Kl.BT. Mt AJiKV.
MONTAGUE & McCAlLEY,
ARE NOW OPKN1.NG A MAGNIFICENT
L A. SIOUK Of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS !
selected with care, and bought for coin at '
Scandalously Iow Figure I
and a.-i we liouKht low we can and will sell them
at prices tliat w 111
Come and see our selections of
- Drena (laods,
KibboiiN, Collars, Collarette,
for tho ladk-3, and onr eomplcte lines of
of all i!es rition3 for men nnillwyg.
Groceries, Croctery and Glassware,
The lst Rood;,at the lowest rates every time.
t'ome and we.
lelninou. Oregon, Outolivr 30. 1874.
American Exchange Hotel
Cor. Front and Washington stat
AlJtANY, . - ORRUOX.
TUB AM KKIC AX EXCHANGE HOTEL,
so popular under the former management,
will I Hi transferred on I tie lt of October, to Mr.
S. W. KKliY. Ma. Kddy, In addition to Ix-lny
a flrat c-hia tmcn-r, Is thorouich in the hotel
business., sept. ;7i-tf.
The Kiel Man's Neeeasitjr and the Poor
Awarded the Mold Medal at ;
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A prominent New York nlivsiclan latelvcom-
plnlued to DUN DAS DICK ft CO. about their
Sandalwood Oil Capsules, stating that they
HoiDetimet-cnred tniraciiloasly, but tlmta pati
ent of his had laken them without effect. ht
Ixsing informed thnt scve'al imitations were
sold, he inquired ami found his patient had not
6-sen afj7 DUN DAS DICK CO"S.
wnat happened to flit pnvsfclan mnv have
happened to others, and DUN DAS DICK ft CO.
take this met hod of orotectina rhvsieians.dnw
gists and themselves, and preventing Oil. oa
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ill i rtv j jv 9 w no ones presenile l lie v Apsu les
will continue to do so. for thev contain the pure
Oil in tlie liest and oheapest form. t
dalwood than ail tlie wholesale and Retail
Dmsrirists and Perfumers in the United States
combined, and this is the sole reason why the
pare UH is sold cheaper tn tneircapsuics man
In any otlier form. i
OIL OF SANDALWOOD Is fast superseding
every other remedy, sixty capsules only being
reonlred to insure a safe and certain cure In six
or eight dnys. From no otlier medieineean this
resuu ue naa. '.
DUN DAS DICK ft CD'S SOFT CAPSULES
solve the problem, long considered by eminent
physicians, of how to avoid the nausea and dis-
fust experienced In swallowing, which are well
nown to detract from, if not destroy, the good
effects of many valuable remedies.
eon (japsuics are put up in iin-1011 rhu
boxes, thirt v in each, and are the only Capsules
prescrllied by physicians.
- luwien ncoKHlMr -uunwuii anu iintuy
otlier hauseaus medicines can lie taken easily
and safely in Onndaa Dirk te t'o's Kofi Cap
sules. No taste. No smell.
These were the only Capsules admitted
to the last Paris Exposition.
Send for circulars to a Wooster street, N. Y.
Ira . Hold at all Driur Stores Here. 49
DEALEK IN CORD-WOOD. Orders left with
W. II. Dodd ft Co., under Rkgistkh ofttoe),
promptly attended to.
'A yer's Ague Cure.
For the Hpeedjr Keller ot
Fever and Aarne, Intermits
lent Fever. Chill Fever,
Hemlttent Fever, IHinih
line. Ferlodieal or It 1 1 tons
Fever, Ac, nnd Inderd all
the nflreetins which
from malarious, marsh, or
cctlianntlr nofatons. Has Is-on widely used.
diiringthu lnt twenty-five yeaii, la tlio treat
ment of those distressing diseases, nnd with
such ntivai-vinir sncx-ess that it luis miined tlie
repnttion of lioing infallible. Tlie slmkes, or
chills, once broken by it, do not- return, until
the disease is con true fed asrain. This has made
it. an accepted remedy, and trtrsted specific,
for the Fever nnd Ague of the West, and the
Chills and Fever of the South.
A yer's Ague Onru e adicatcs t Ito noxious
poison from the s-s1em, and leaves the lk
tient as well as before the attnek. It
thoroughly expel Is the disease, so that no Liver
Complaints. Rhemitatism, Neurnlgiu. Dysen
tery or Debility follow theurw. Indeed, where
Disorders of t he Liver and I towels have oeeurreil
from Miasmatic Poison, It removes t lie cause
oi iiiem aniu iney uisuiipcnr. ot onlv Is it an
cUectnal cure, but. If taken occasionally by
ixttientsexposel to malaria. It will expel the
lioisoD and protect them from at 1 nek. Tm v-
ellei-s and temporary residents in every and nil
Ague loeaniHM are inns eimoieu io ueiy iuc
disease. Tlie General Debility a hich is so apt
to ensne from fxnltfnnoH exposure to AlalnriH
nnd Minim. h:s no speedier remedy. For
Uver Comlalnta, It is an ijLCellent remedy.
Dr. JT. C. AYKB & CO., lAwell, Ma:
I"nu:tiejtl and Annlvtteal t'liemists.
CSSold by all Druggists and Dvalei-s In
Arcr's Clicrrjr Pectoral,
For Dheini" or the Throat nn-t Diboi
sneh as Conarhs. Colds. Whoopins
t'oiiirli, Hronehitls Anihmns nnd
The few composi
thins, which have won
the confidence of man
kind und become
among not only one
out niuny nations,
must, liave extraordi
nary virtues. Perliuiw
noone ever secured
so wide a reputntion,
or mutntalned it so
long as Aver's
CtlKUBY Pbttoral. It
has been known to the
liuhlie I, it .hntit ftrt
yeai-s, by a long continued series of marvellous
cures, that have won for it a confidence in Its
i ,r,"!'t never enuallcd ly any other medicine.
Itstill makes the most effectual cures of
Ooufth, (XjUI. tX.nmrmjtUon, that can lie made
by medical skill. Indeed theCiiKRKV Pectoral
has really robbed these dangerous diseases of
their terrors, to a great extent, nnd given a
feeling of immunity from their fatal effects,
that, is well founded, if the remedy be taken in
season. Every family should have it in their
closet for the ready and prompt relief of its
member. Skikness, ntrcring. and even life Is
raved by this timely protection. The prudent
should not neglect if, and tlie wise will not.
Keep it by yon for the profeetionlt affords bi
lls timely use in sudden attacks.
or. J. . a :k sc. ., Inrell, M
Practical and Anslvtim) riwmist
C"Solcl by ail Druggists and Dealears tn
Medicine. - 8v7y .
In Oie Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
'or the County of Linn.
udlow Maxwell, Kleanor B. Davis and nusb
II. Iiavis her hnSonnd, Nanc-y A. Smith and Jo
slah B. Smith her liuslmrHl, Mary Powell and
Willitim IOa-ell her husband, Elisabeth J.Gear
hnrt, John J. Maxwell and Albert Russell, Patrrt
tiffs,va. Ellas Maxwell. Mary K. Powell, Kdwnrd
Powell. Itosetta Powell and Marlon A. Kussell.
Defendants. - . .
Suit In KuuHy for Partition of Heal Propertv.
To Kllas Maxwell. Mary K. Powell, Edward
Powell. Kosetta Powell and Marion A. Russell,
defendants above named - . -t ..
In the name of tee State of Oregon Ten are
hereby reqnired to be and appear in the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon, for the eonnty or
Linn. And answer the cmirplatnt of the above
named plaintiffs in the above entitled eanse.
now on file with the Clerk of said Court, within
ten days after the date of the service of this
summons nprni you, if served in Una county.
?re?n.b,Jt 1.f,?rv2?? L "y other eonnty wit hi
in this State, then wit hln twenty days alter tlie
date of the service of this aumAions upon you.
or if served by pnMlcatmn of this summon!
l,en you are nwintred to answer the said cotn
plaini. by tlie tirst day nf the next reaniar term
of said Court, to be Uokk-n on the fourth Mou--day,
23th day or October, 1S7S, -
5i1ibn.?i!n-Sll?co?PtyIand Stalo. Tou are
hereby not ified tlmt if yoo mil so to appear and
answer said complaint as above required, for
IS"Vx?f "?' he Plaintiff wilV apply to
the Court for the relief demanded tn thesaid
rora.p.nti"w" : for Hie partition of the west
lmlf of the donation land claim of Ludlow Max
well and Delilah Maxwell his wife, known on
t lie plats and survey of the tr. 8. as notification
No. "1177," claim No. sitnated in I.lnn
county and State of Orecon, and for such other
relief as shall seem lust to equity, and that
plaintiffs and defendants pav their proportion
of the costs and disbursemeaU of this suit.
Albany Sept. 3d, 1875. . . . i
Published by Order of Hon. B. F. Bonham,
Jndfreofunid Court, made at Cliamoere, Bept.
se cKJrrs rra bottuk.
Ifss heen ia nae over Half n Centnrjr
It Promotes the Orowth, Freserves the
Color, Tncrcoaw ' Beay
or the Hair, Prevents a fHn o
and Tnrnina; tiray.
Roseburg cast 120 rotes at her late'
Two rereel are now loading at the
new mill at Gardiner.
Jackson county has levied a tax cf
20 mills on the dollar this year.
A very large amount of grain liaa been
si lipped from Oakland, Douglas county,
this year. .
Acording to the assessor's report the
people or Jackson county are in . debt
$384,739, or about $71 for each man,
wonian and child in the county.
Louis Moras, a Salem boy, was acci
dentally shot in the hand with a derrin
ger pistol on Monday.. TJie iiall went
thronglutlie liand and lodged in his side.
We hear ot the sale of 00 bead ot
sheep made in Umatilla' county within
the last week. Tlie price paid was $2 50
per head, or $2,000 for the lot. Con
sidering": the near approach bf winter,
this may be considered a very fair price.
Vhcn you wUU
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