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Charged 20 cents extra-! 70 for the year-ns
thjit U the amount r post atro -per aiinnm
which we nro required to pay ou each, paper
waUedtoy 2 :. t , - - a.
Amenta for the Itoxrlsher.
- The followinsr named crcntlemcn arc author
Ized to receive ami receipt for anuwjription
I im Hri.-nr.n n. iuv; ILICS 11ICIL 1 11I1C(1 .
Messrs. Kirk & Hume.... Brownsville.
Robert tiluwi Crawfordsvlllc.
n. i jmitii Halscv,
O. V. Toinpfctn. H;misbnr.
o. u. vmi"in Lcnanon
A. wnecier .c 10 SheId.
i-iiiini v uraaneiu.. Junction I'it v,
W. Watcrhotise Monmouth
. . . OCTOBER 15. 1875.
BBCHMI M A 1T1TRK WHEAT rjfc
rtTder jtlie above Jieadiua. the San
Francisco Jlultetui, has "the . following
-mmuio, wnicn comes nearer doing jus
tics to oat Stat than" most California
wpers, - Coming from a rival wheat
growing country -it is .certainly not
blowing our horn Read , the article:
; Th State of -Orego". is eomitur
jr-- j lui.tKfuu mis year as .an
xporter ot wheat." Her harvest season
nils from j a month' ta six vwta it
than oars," and corresponds with that of
jujgtana, though her winters are milder
tnan those of England. Compared, in
griouItural lands, with Illinois or Jowa
or Muitoniia, Oregon n a small country.
BSut no Slats has larger bodiesof s good
. whtfat land.- The WiHarliette valley is
iSuVllO by 30 mirts,fJots iiiclun
ho high hills on each side of it. ,. Tin's
reives an acreage of 2,112,000. The
Umpqaa- Valley, now penetrated. bv a
'railway may contain "G40.000 acresjall
good for wheat. "Tho 'acreage' " of
the two valleys, fit for cultivation, is
not less than 2,752,000. Allowing but
s quarter or this for wheat 688,000
acres and the low average of" 25 bush
els per acre, tf.ese two val!c3-s have a
capacity of 18,200,000 bushels a year.
u luiwiuunusoi incirarea lor olner
crops, and other uses. One million and
Among mo duties ot tnq Kepublican
party; ior thet-rfohnaif of $vhich it
stands pledged belore the world, are tho
foilowing: ; -f 5
1. To preserve the national ITnion,
and prevent the disciples of the Calhoun
dcctino of Statea ttights from obtainiri"
2. To mantsin the Constitution, and
ciijoree:the laws, in apirirof justice. :
potefct evcrcitiie4d se
cure to him the enjoyment ot his political
rights and privileges. j
4. To make ireedom a reality, by se-;
curing to all law-abidiii2C citizens, free
dom of speech; fueedoru of i.he press; frees
The Cincinnatti pelegal.es to the Ra
tional Board ofTrade, hi their' reDort to
tlie .Chamber of Commerce, recommend
the ChmbeisBbatevet influence
JVitlj?jnicmber,pf dngrcs t?ihe
ctiase " the Stv"eiistiiig-iincs;aiid 'manage
tho who!e telegraph business ot the
country. A -resolution was offered in
ioppositiorrto-this, declarjn": the Cham-
oer aoes not commit itseli in lavor or
ss; frees, t tjie ,roject of a national postal tcle-
u .5.1 To orovido a libArAl vetm nf A J graph. This question has been Clio subr
ucation, by establishing Free . Schools
iiirongnoutine land. '
6. ,To remove, as far as nossihl.v all
class vox race prejudices, and to develop
a Spirit ot rivalry, having for its basis,
ueiiii aim iiianuoou.
7. To secure economy in the public
expenditures, an honest collection of tho
revenues, arid impartial' 'performance of
pnonc amy. - -
8.' , To reduce the bi
jeet of many earnest discussions on the
floor of the Chamber,' wliich havof been
adjourned from. -time to time, without
liual actioii leing! taken. Tho matter
came lip forjlinabdisscustpa to day, and
drew an unusually , large , attendance
of members. Considerable skirmi.hin?;
ensued, during which a motion for fur-
burderis of taxation ther postppnQment was ;9ted dovu,and
by a national system of retrenchment, by. the resolution against committing- the
the protection aud encouragemeut of ni ' .'jiit; ? v -i 'i
home industry, and by a sound ; System C,,amlx? 11 1favpr ot Vt&l lVh
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eES. Mm XORGAS AOAM.
! A gentleman residing in Eugene City,
who signs himself "An Ex-Officer of the
lyth Tenn. Cavalry," sends the Oreyo
"niah the following communication in
relation to.Gen. John Morgan, the noted
rebel guerrilla: , '., '""-.I. ' . - , ,t
In j-our issue of this date I notice an
article, "General Johii Morgan," &c,
claiining that ho died, at the Cascades
not long sinctv Kow,. some r one has
tried , a cleaver hoax ou -fye local."
ierieal John II.- Jlorgan was killed in
irr Gieenvillo, Tennessee, while attempt
ing to escape., from Mrs. Williams
house at a stile at the fence, in Septem
ber, 18 G4, by Sergeant Campbell, of the
13th Tennessee volunteer cavalry, iu tfy
immediate command of Lieutenant
Colonel Iugcrtou, and not by a home
guard, as stated. , General A. V. Gil
lcm (of. Modoc fame) was commanding
Monday, October 11. , . .
', Lakcenv. Officer Qnconer last.&iturday
evening arrested one James : Ixaran, i on
complaint of Ab. Taylor, to the effect that
said Logan had taken a liking to Taj'lor's
eoat and had confiscated tt Iogan ap
peared in Court on Monday and the charge
was read to him. - Messrs. Montanye &
Humphrey appeared for the prosecution,
and Logan, not having the .wherewith to
proenrc the luxury of having some one to
speak for him, he was forced to "go it
alone.". The first witness was A. Ilannan,
who said tliat Logan was in the saloon on
the evening that the coat was taken; asked
Logan if he had taken the coat; Logan said
he did not know where it was, bat after
wards said that he took the coat and hi'1
it under tle sidewalk, to play a joke oil the
bar-tender. The other witnesses' testimony
amounted to about the same as that of Har
man's. Logan had no witness to testify
for him, ho being like a poor . boy at a
Lwmnge to the court house by fire 1-Ufc
light probably renehcl 12.000, mi v cov
ered by Insnranee. TIie fire tu
9. To elevate the workinz man bv
setting a gocd' eamplc intha-cuiploy-
ment and payment ot labor.
10. To encourage, and .develoD the
I AgiKumnsi i u rests or iiie nation iy a
wise auu nuerai S3-stem or internal im
provements, that will benefit the peoplo
auu. protect incm irom monopolies.
iif ' io retain, tor bonost and indusu
Was carried by a handsome majority.'
,lx is announced iroroA Michigan that
a man has actually been , convicted of
perjury and sentenced to ten years im
prisonment in the Penitentiary. This is
a hard report to believe, but it is true.
Probably no crime is committed with
trious settlers, the public lands, and to 6 . ' rf! or, 60 Wom punished,
encourage emigration, to the West a"d is l'ie testimony of the'judges Oil our
South, by liberal homestead lawsi ) I Jeuch , that palpable perjury is- com-
tweeT, tT&Sf t m'T' r a 5Tf 'OHl? f CaCS tLat
makinsr both sections mt.,-.l! are trieJ anJ false swearing has become
ent npon each olhef;T)yenaciiiteequita- ? common as to exit?uo reniar1v or
ble laws; fid by fostering and rwvarding surprise; and yet we se'dom I or never
nat,;oC? . T y u- , stTuo hearofacdnv?ct:ow If thoMielfi-an
patnotiwn. . and on . which the futnin I , "
safety of the Union donends t examp.e were followed, witnesses micrlit
iese are among the sacred dirties of 1x5 b ightened into telling tho truth, but
the liepnblican party. To rightly per- it is probable that our State Prisons
""""'H',ucw u",:,u" u nave iorgot- frolic, had mot a .word to say." His
ten Which), and at Lick Creek, 6ome18 Honor, Lord, Baker, placed, him under
"miles"--'below' '.'$reenviile?'v'J .Wlion':'be bonds of $250,' to 'await the action of the
found out the fact he toWmnUi L Grand Jury, and owing to Oio failure of
Seeretary'W War fso ' UmT nniw,' the rk of California, he did not have just
nortcli. "T.I.-.M mlf.'ciJ. - A i.sii..j ttat amoi,nt o gkl notes on hand, and
' ' it 7, ,V"S" was compelled to go to jail. He went nn-
General Jolwr I f -Morgan.' f (Signed, der protest, saying that the American peo-
viuicui. x Know ail the parties by Pe were frauds,; and did not know how to
signs or by service in the army with vv ' swl' JOKe
Uiem. I also was particularly acquaint- A Gesebai' ;Kow We were Informed
ed with 'members of Morgan's staff a ' bit;' of, a distnrbance that happened
'-1- i -.i ir -Si ptau, last Sunday down at tlie lower end of this
pamcularly with Major Clay. I have city. An Individual who was laboring un-
neaiu .urs. Williams tell ot the affair, dcr the effects of ie "morning dew," pro-
heard it from many of those engaged on 1 posed to fight a whole regiment of men if
found in the bayou at
km evening,. He is supposed toiSvl suicil
rooms in different parts of the ftftli storv
V"0;,0-. A- Orcgg's planning
null at bouth Chicago was burned thisevei
in. Loss about $20,000.
XewYork, Oet.0. Another suit was be
gun yesterday in tho name of the peonlc
agamst 1 weed, to recover $0;ja,040 alleged
to have been iraudiileiitly ki on six wir
rants certified by Tweed, and which form
the principal allegation in the suit aaint
Peter B. Sweeney-An order of arrest was
served yesterday, returnable Oct. 21st B iil
was put at $1,000,000.
Piuladeli-hia, Oct. 9. In the quarter
sessions court to-day Judge Kleoik sen-tC'.'C-'1
Wcstcrvclf, charged with bohi" im
plicated in the abtuu iion C: . 'arley llos.",
ent, and a line of one dollar. 1 mliv
ived the sentenced calmly. UlAlVlU WU
would Jlave to,, be, 'greatly enlarged in
the meantime." " " -
and a half bushels would be a literal
allowance for homo supply and seed
leaving for export 17,700,000 bushels!
We are explaining, not what the conn-
try now produces, but what it is capable
bf producing when the farmers shall
come to an appreciation of the value of
, ine staple,, and shippers to r an under
standing of what they may rely npon
-and the amount of tonnage needed to
onvey it to market.
1 That State has this great advantage
"Of California that-'r iu agricultural
lanas are sub divided into farms of
ou, iuu, 320," aud"TJ40 acres. There is
no monopoly there. The two valleys
. above named are. all settled and the
good land generally under fence and in
.cultivation. Hitherto they have had no
facilities for marketing tlieir crops and
but little inceutive to surplus; produc
tion.. Their swine have been as regu
larly fattened on wheat as those of In
Iiana on corn. ; Xbw they . ' ha ve one
railroad and are striving for others.
The country is admirably adapted to
railronds. It is level, and abounding
in the best timbers for railway construe
tion. When the proposed system for
the two valleys is completed, Astoria
will become a rival of Portland in the
grain trade, and , trai sportation will be
considerably cheapened, , t..
f Besides these valleys the State cm.
'braces a large and excellent grain coun-
uy anove ttie;Lanes, and. cast of the
cascade mountains, as also in the val
ley ot the lCogue nver. In future years.
wuou tapitai, engineering skill and com
petition, regulted- by Jaw, ; sliall enable
the tens of thousands of small farmers
east and west of the mountains to con
vey tlieir harvests to market as chea ol r
o uo AUiaro-iarmer now does his, Uiat
State must become a great rival of. Cali
fornia in the wheat trade,- ami give a
Wp. derral Jmpulse to ship, building at
Coos Bar and on the Sound. W th. crrn
- of her valleys is as inexhaastable as the
-niraoer or cer; monulaiii on ' the sea-
Removal of the Xkstvcc.a Ixw.
axs. Ihe Indians hitherto located in
Nestucea Valley have all removed to
mon River portion of the Siletz
form them, will require, in the future.
as? in tboast, the hearty co-orieiaiion
ot ..good men every wlicre.. Xo loeal
jcaiuuMfs snouia come between the cit
izen and these sacred duties. Men who
nave proven Unfaithful to the people and
to their trusts must be laid asido hut:
thogrcat .party of liberty and justice fv
must not s be snerifi! 'h'lS;!.,M l"t oal
must be borne aloft in triumph, ami its 2c,,eyvitri the urtderSfaridFug that
piiiiplesf interwoven in our. Jaws and they are to be mider tho jurisdiction of
'J'0 Agent of Grand Round.
utes of humanity. It reads like a chai- I,,dian' we nclta' arc
ter ot Scriptnre rich in wisdom; f till of aIso wll,lnS to remove if permitted to
earnest pleadings for "Divine justice, occupy lands within tho boundaries of
T J a "
.rtTw5 ltondf.rrvtioB, the
malice, would bei to bteeiodt flL Kn SOODer these I.dia a re concentrated
becanse a few, spots have been discovered' in onc ioality, and the country they oc
on its surface. Purify the' parly select cupy thrown open ftr settlement the
tne oest men lor omce : strenerthen it in
every weak point; make it again a living
naiiKing power in the land; and it will
become the,, inspiration that sbi-.ll lead
m nation oi, tne world to a higher
plane of civilization. .......
better it will bo for Oregon.
. ! 1 - , . ... -
a vino-iegisiature at its last ses
sion passed lawsHhat were' very ! gener
ous to women, among them a statue dc
lining tho rights of widows who re
marry, may, without the knowledge of
her intended husband convey her prop-
WTHA MAII, SEHVICE. -;:-"
In General Howard's eeenfc report '
to me. itt aruepartment on. oar possett.
. siom in Alka-it is-shown' that the'
1 OvermaenV nowpays $36,000 per an-a'j'tjmblf-Jtinw
in- a mail
steamer between: Port "Townsend - or
Portland, Oregon, and the Port of Sit.
.ka, in Alaska Itves the half dozen
-"Official individuals of thai place the sole
benfit of this expenditure on the part of
itho Government and is fexcedfng in
'jnstice tho5inhabitait-"ofT Jfediak,
Bolkoslri,- Oanalaska; UrgUand St.
JMichaels; all erwhienaW-rib ousand
jtimes morti TTS? thaU" fiiikaand the
f villages av$ Jyicefye popu
lation 6F the tow in question This
wuu:u run a smau revenue steamer,
and, instead of being -a drain on the
A medical fonrnal published irr Cleve
land addresses the following queer que
ry to the profession: ' ' - '
"KlVERx Has any physician ever ey ' trust for 1 her child, may bring
ti ve Ti ' ? 1"ht'atied c9ns,imP- With herself npon lier It isband
1VWe shonldliy tlt Iheie mst be, '1 t,,e Iatter P0""
and that tliere must have been, bald- Slble tur ?ehs eo'itracujd by her before
headed consumptives; j'et the fact that marriage, for her'1 Wedding outfit, and
uouJKV--MrPWu.Qyer, vUi. esTBsCo of
sacn persons by a med ical jourriat would
seem to show that they are not so com
raon as to be within the kiibwledsie of
every physicians .We nisei ves Jiave
not, of c. u.ise, seen as ,many sufferers
from the malady in Question as have
come hMer'the 'bb5eratiori? bf some
doctors ; but wo cannot at this moment
think of any. of tiioe we havefecii who
was bald-headtjcL Consumption is a
'disease that preys upon" old people as
wgll as young and;middle-aged peojile,
and we suppose its victims are subject
xo tne ordinary laws tnat regulate the
growth ot hair. It not why not ?
Treasnry fwld resolf fifffrfr, dF, 4 suppended such a distrustful feeling was
-and Drbtection. Tt'iaolL 7? LJYAJtr2i.J - e . - . f ;Ias
I Tlie On;ffonJcfri6f the 9th, aay "The
symptoms- noticeable in financial cir
cles are indicative of some improvement,
but there ia no disguising the fact" that
nioney is till cuUo closa 'TJiis, liow
ever,'is 'not, as some believe entirely
owingto the fact" that it has been
grained out "of the' country and from
ihe coz&L 6n thfenifaiytnesnir
ments of specie during September were
touch below tlie average, and the drain
ynonr financial resources has been less
han any cdhcr month for some 'time.
The more probable caitseofVhe' present
dIbsenes"tVlfbinK thd McVlhat
earlier' In' tho feri snn eon rrr'k Aixxt.
of capital hSd been llent out of the coun-
ranted waste of public money, this
luviuig me iroops np to and do wn frotp
:Sitka every two cr three Vears. witli tho
incressi -csroi .their Bpp!ies"connted'
Xnnng a dense log a Mississippi
.tcamboat took a-landing. ,A passen
ger, anxious to go 'ahead, came to the
vopeiUiskqAt einager-o- M 0we fpi:
asicea wny tiiey stopped. "Too much
fog; can't see the river." "But you
can see the sfarfc wdver-nea33 tYes,"
replied tburbarro piioif .butvuntil the.
bilertUfitwe ain't goiV that way."
The passenger went to bed.
TLeta was a grajoa torchlight proces
sion followed by a masquerade ball at Ft;
Kl4math;rccenlly;''pyen by the soldiers
at the" post.' i Thcre were- seventy chafi'
asters represented ;J"0uc!e Sam", and
tho "Granger" being-7 the 'most 'groan.
those who, had" money in
dieirpossesBion grasped it all the more
tfghtlyand thtm whose money wa$ do-
Kwnreu viners songns tpget control
to use it, but for fear that At might be
aitogewier lost to .them. ? A policy- of
kj lire UitllKS UCIOW
Was even more vigorously followed; and
ev erybody wi'adoTwroT a time
felt that the safest way-was to hoard it
until tlj stol-mhad "entirely " passed
awayaiid the'comme'rcial heavens clear
rtn Vrtv"' 'r.ACKf;.-!..;.'-..:;
i m.v.v-. 4. uumu in uuw over,
the withdrawals from tho deposi-
Ihe outflow-of can-
tones have ceased
ital now goes, not into 'private coffers.
Wit into the more ordinary channels of
traue, auu gives more ana more anuna-
then to cap the climax may, if she takes
a notion toabrcond, , descend upon, his
house witbia coritable 'and a writ of re
plevin and strip it of all the furniture.
If this is not woman's rights with . a
vengeance, wemiss our guess, that's all.
The Indianola (Texas) Relief Com
mitttee seem to have done thorough and
efficient work, getting a large part of
tlM4f t pffJrof..wuerp Uieycan
start in again--ifovHhemsclves, and find
ing remtinerative employment for thee
who remain. Such a calamity as that
which befell the unfortunate town f In
dianola, has never before beenlinown in
th? Jjryptcthis. .couutiy , aiidr it is
grateful iutelligenco that the eud of ac
tual suffering in consequence lias come
so soon. It speaks well for the enei o-v
5r - 7 i . - . . Oj
. - . S i- - tf- .--" ! i ? "T
ami unirlf . K'J., LP .i i i "
.-....o vi jiKvyiv ui tnC IQWU as
well as for the relief committee.
Two female4 base ball "clubs. the
Blondes and tlie Brunettes: have started
out from St. Louis, and are traveling
in .IHinoK5. "They can't play"ba.?o ball
worth a:eent, the' riaWspapera sv, buf
then they wear knee1hrcechcs and stri oed
6tockiugs, which is just as good., .. . j
m ..in .. ! r,ii t0 - i' 'if i.j: jt
A great many or our "young people have
a circuit court cvery' week. They walk
about two blocks out of their" way ;Svhen
going home from cliurch. - -
both sides. . General Morgan was in
terred at Abirigdon, Va.,-abou the 7th
of September. 1.904. TTavI
Morgan, and just being captured and
confined at" Abingdon, Va., the day be
fore, and saw tho faneral procession and
Mrs. Morgan, I am so confident that he
was killed and interred it will take the
evidence ot the mother of .the Geueral
to alter my conviction. I also conversed
with Colonel Bazel Duke about his
death, and if anyone would bo apt to
know, it was the "brave Colonel Duke,"
as he was known in both armies. An
ollicer lives in BrowrisviTc. Oregon
who was with me a. pi igQuer at Abin"
lo:i, Va. Several ex-soldiers of both
commands were at Greenville at the
time, and know tlie false information
given to your local; now live in Oregon.
The 13th Tennessee' cavalry were re"-ii
larly mustered into the service, and the
only l ederal soklieis there. Colonel
Iugerton was a first Lieutenant in the
United States army, and the Lieutenant-
Colonel ot volunteers.
AenxG Secretary Cowan has sent the
they would come at him one at a time
He was armed with a big club and defied
anyone to take him. Tt is high time that
the city fathers, and tlie good, moral and
God-worshiping . people ; should ; take this
matter in hand and not allow such persons
to disturb the Sabbath while under the in
fluence of their bacchanalian feasts. -
ing the number ot carpenters already
in the city, there Is a "great dcsciatid for
more. Carpenters are scarce. That U the
cry we hear from all quarters of the city:
notices are tacked up to that effect. There
are at the present time somewhere in the
neighborhood of thirty or forty dwelling
houses being built in this city. And that
amount would be almost doubled if carpen
ters and lumber could be obtained.
Showing the White Feather. There
has been considerable newspaper and other
talk about the two great Oregon race
horses. Osceola and Foster, meeting at the
State Fair. Foster Is promptly on hand but
Osceola has f illed to connect, ft looks like
a "white foather" over at La Grande. Will
Mr. Coggan arise and explain "why this is
Ixconron.TED. At a special meeting
of Linn Engine Co. Xo. 2, held at their
hall, Oct. 11th, articles ot incorporation
were adopted, lor the purpose of securing
Illtlfls to 7in Tt'hn r ... . n-T . . .. t
following Ju-m.M, T.'..i:. '.. ... . 'li-'
i-""V vu..M -Sm siock, divided into 400 s mmj. TIio
at standing Kock; also to other a-3nts rK ol w"eu:ng subscriptions will be
of Sioux Indians: Yon are hereby in
structed not to issue annuities to any In
dians belonging to yonr agency, unless
they have boon counted. Hold them to
this requirement, even if they do not get
Buy annuities nnlil spring. This order
is imperative, and leaves you no discre- brotlier of Geo. H-,and Mrs. M. S. Lapow
commenced at once
Thanks. We bow our thanks to the
President and Secretary oftlic Walla Walla
County Agricultural Societv, for a compli
mentary ticket to their next Annual Fair.
winch opens on Tuesday. October 20. ami
continues live days.
Xotkd Akiuvaes. Mr, Win. LaDow.
lion in tlie matter.
' TrorWays: "i4n engine has beeft rcptent.
ly placed oikthe lenrylvama Itapi-oad
which weighs peven tons beavier than
tho lnderou Mcloo;3wJM&oldrawing
capacity is almost twice that of an ordiiu
ory locornotiveC -The Modoc is capable
of takin ei&htv, loaded clr from iTlr.
risburg to Columbia, while ther engines
are put to a.seycrejfcst'wfccaf tliey pull
fifty pai-8 n,Uiat. portion Uio road.
This- locomotive, when fully initiated,
is expectadi to got away wit)i-ona 'hun
dred cars. ' The only .argfiuieiit ' that
can be used against large engines,
is that tliey ,ra hsrd xn tracks, bub as
the Penfi5ylyaniX:onipariy,nas adopted
steel rails abta toswithetand "greater
pressure than irdn rails the wear Will
not be matcriaf. The Inti-oduetioiir- of
these mammoth' engines is considered a
very economical measure bv the railroad
Down in Kentncky a young man
went to aieighboiing town and boufiht
some furniture. ' , Before starting home
ward wrth his toad he took on some of
the . o-be-joyful.' On arriving at
horno he found that his furniture, which
he liad hauled inhts father's waon. was
considerably rubbed, which enraged the
young man, till he Ivgan tfo'ciirse his
father's 'wagon. While at tin mmw
-ui t,: ii . , . . i -
iu.u iiio uituer, weary OI his mrmrinrr
chastised the lad: whereiiTV)n th
stei told luni that tliey might ns well
nnt n, out lucre, as any where,; and
drew a; revolver and shot at the old
.euiauTlie.fiilicr. j uped,up and
V , nV: . 'i0111 s lie ran the
id'i snot at mm again. Neither of the
shots took cfiectryct this lesson shows
ns the importance of teaching y6unr
men two- le.ssons... To let whisky and
pistols ajonc. Salem find.) 'Indepen
to sctcii years in l'.aston puui:cnt'ary. ai
IV estervelt received tlie. sentenced calmlv-
liociiKSTEn, Oct. 9. Between 3 or 4
o'clock this morning a long, empty freight
train going west o:i the New York Central
railroad, and running forty ni lies an hour,
left the track near the depot in this city
and dashed into the . walls of the dciot
building, demolishing a portion of the walls
and causing a general smash-up of the lo
comotive, tender and a part of the train.
The engineer and nci!iau were instantly
crushed to death.. No other person on tlie
train was injured, it had broken apart four
mile3 ' west, leavins the conductor and
brakemeu on the jear parti vlamage to
the property is considerable, as the depot
Is partly in ruins and tlie engine etc., a
New Yokk, Oct. 10 The- failures of
Wm. Roberts, flour and grain merchant,
from losses on advances of grain, but lia
bilities said not to be heavy ; of A. Sher
man, dealer iu woolens, for $100,000 with
assets of $30,000 ; Geo. Ecychenbung, cot
ton dealer, lor small amount. - and - Minrell
& Co., also cotton dealers and a much lar
ger concern, said to lie from over-trading,
were reported yesterday. The l itter firm
fsay their failure is based on a mistake of
some figures in a hurried statement taken
from the books, and liope to resume Mon
day. i'OTTSVirxE. Pa., Oct. 10. There was
considerable . shooting . and breaches of
tne peace at rtiienanuoali last night, and at
one time fear of riotous disturbances was
felt; Two men were shot and Kit-hard
Feunell slightly, and Jim Johns severely
wounded and throat cut. Iu attempting to
make arrests Chief Burges. the constable
aim ponce were liequently snot at, though
without effect. One disnatch states tliat
over one hundred shots were fired nt tha
officers on the principal street. To-day
there was much excitement, -and citizen
generally anticipated another outbreak to
night, and the deputy sheriff vvas compell
ed to issue a proclamation this afternoon.
At Mahoney City there were a number of
incendiary fires two dwelling houses and
three stables burned. Three inen were ar
rested for inciting riot. .
A later dispatch states that during the
day ten additional arrests were made, for
inciting riot and incendiarism. All quiet
at Shenandoah, though the town is under
heavy guard by the Sheriffs posse and spe
cial K)lice. it is thought the disturbances
grew out of :i jealous and );i f,.L.!infr ox.
istmg among the miners there of diil'erent
nationalities, and may result iu more dis
turbances ami violence, but the authorities
are confident they can preserve the peace
with the assistance of the posse and police.
Lowei.e. Mass., Oct. 10. At North
Chelmsford this morning a woolen mill
consisting ol two largo brick buikllnsrs. and
one tenement house owned bv G. C. Moore.
were burned ; also, a pattern shop, ware
house, carpenter .md machine shop and font
loaded cm s. Total loss SS3.0OO to $100,000.
-Ctica. N. Y. Oct. 10. The straw board
mill at Kpliratah. owned bv Wagner &
Senelly, of Fort Plain, was" burned this
morning, with fifty tons of straw boards
auu a large quantity of other material
VVoi;cETrn, Mass.. Oct. 10. The tem
pering anil li itehet simps of Doti-rliis Axe
THIS . BBOTIlEBS,
Silver & ;Piated arer
r AQriN'i'!35 fOll THE
; . Machine
XIio Best, machine Made.
Wheat and Oats Stored;
Sacks Furnished In. r Ujillrulted
P. C. HARPER & CO.,
Arc prepnrca to receive ana storo ' '". '
WHEAT & OATS
on os liberal terms ys enn boobtnlnoa olsowber.
- Allny. Jiv S7. 1K7S.JA .- s- .vji i.
In the Circuit Cotitt i,f the SUtte -t,t 6nnm
for Vie Comity of. Linn. 1 ? ... .. .
i.muow .Miixw-ell. hlciinor B. 1'nvlsand Ilnslf
lh i hJ'T ,"?h";, f ey A. Smith and Jo
Willi.iiii P.iwell lierliiislmna.Kliznliclli .1 (;r-
iiart.joiin .1. ji v-..ii ,,r,ri
A 1 1 11
litis, vf. K,ilw Mhx,,-; -ll K. IWen, fclw.Vrd
I'owull. Kosttta l'owell nna'siarlon A. Kt
n"n i -'injty for Pnrfitfon of Konl Proi
lo Klins 3I:i.x-'l, 3iui-i- .; i'owull fcV
Pow ell. V.mv-tKi ir' i."cl.,
aefen.lunts KboVe ,,im , i " - '
i..!" 1.ULna.".u, .f Sl"'e of Oi-epon : Yon nm
. ;. ,V..r: ,'"""'.'" n,u HPlwnr In the t:in nie
I inn n,..l ,SI,l,-!..f "l'B,. 'for d,e .-onnty o
iiKiiKHi i.iHintnta iu tlio ul)vc entitKMl phumT
ten Iv nft. r n.e lato of the wrvtoof thfi
Siliniiimw muni t- i . oi i nits
.lntM orn,1,e'"M"" wilhi" twenty dajsalWlhe
!",s,,''v"' Vl..,,"! smM.ni npon yon!
Company, at ICast Iottg!.is, Mere destroy
ed by aii inecnrliary lire last nisrht. Loss,
$23,000. partly insured.
Do good to alfmcn, as you Jiavo opportunity.-
Deal out kindnesses and fa
vors with ail unspairi-g hand. The
cause you .understand not, search out.
It yon cannot find, happiness by direct
search, try another plan. Make others
happyandwe if thtttdoesTior make
you truly bIessed-A Ikllo child was
asked to share its' apple with its play.
ma,te U refnsedand at pnce frowncnl
and ldoSadfMSarable. lAomeiicmld
to M ..faniQWng, and
'v 'V tJrJrarr n,UJH,a t'(Lot
rSfiUi Palled on its, mother to di
vitfo the lil&ionsYrmt: 'Alf .tl.
-kv. oi:k, Oct. 10. The jurv in the
Tseecber trial. M ho contend they tire en
titled to extra pay for their services, have
not given up hoe. of getting it. They have
recently hold several meetings, and at the
last a committee was appointed to draw up
a petition to the board of supervisors in
jrooKiyn. i nc petition was signed by all
the jurymen tut Whalen and JellVics.
New Yot:K, Oct. 10. The seventh an
niversary of the proclamation of the Inde
pendence of Cuba was - celebrated to-day in
the Cuban church f fcit. James. It was af
(eiitled by a large congregation. Kev. Or.
.Joaquin fieFaluia preached an appropriate
sermon, and dwelt. ou the trials and strug
gles of Cubans for tlieir liberty.
Oct. 10. Ll. T. Heard.
( charged with attempting to 'rape two small
On the 10th, in this city, at ! j 1 !
. I HIVU J City! tilljf U'HVItltjUi -WliJ.-
mittco suicide imm!mteiy alter by taking
beitevohsifT5iiMiiiso vs.i.... iiij. .
. vuiiuuw i.v nappi.
pess. iw .ftsRf4i M.tttfS'i
1 fJkliQ sea-serpent narrowlv ositmi
ing harpoeaai a dav-or turn arrv . . fV. ,r
Church, of i armouth. saw him chasino-
nnrlviiuna n . .1 :.. ... .
.o anx ov in lowing tnem down
like minnows. .f Jo sept aharpoon fnto
the beast (reptile or mammafl. anl
the satwfactwn f seeing him run off
vwu vuus.uf iino ana two kegs (emp
ty, dubtkH,) -feaving a white Wake be
hind hiin-fbr miles. ; lie was afterwards
sect, picking his teeth, with the harpoon,
off Capo UatteBas. - -.: . ,
; Tlio bpst way for a man to accoutre a fine
flow of language Is to stub hU toe against a
nnil stick! ng-np -tn the' sidewalk. If that
doiL't make it Maw," what wlil ? . ."
; If the ladles fcike another, reef In 'thoVr
dresses they, will jipcd to get outside of 'cm
..... .uKmg. Aiiey loolt like
one-legged pants. ' v'
a pnfr ot
and two children, wife and children of the
late Geo. LaDow, arrived in this citv bv
last evening's tin in.. Tliey are at the St.
Charles and will remain a day or two.
Insane. A. K. McConnell was brouirbt
before Judge Tandy, County Judge, and
examined by Drs. rinmmerand .Tones last
tNiturclay and pronounced insane, lie Will
be takcu to Portland to-day.
Pkrsoxai H. C. Paige. General Suncr-
intendent of WcIlIs'Fargo & Co.'s Express,
was in this city last Sunday. He will make
some changes in the exiress business in
Uie residence of Mrs. E.C. Hopkins, by Kev,
iv. C. Hill, Mr. John Walter .md Mrs. M
A. Simonds both of Linu County,
Foil tii k EayiTiANS.-At a collection for
bliilding a College at Quslout, ' Kgypt, on
otnKiay last, at the U. P. Church, twenty-
four dollars and seventy-flve cents were so
A young married man over In riorVin.
received his first curtain lecture one nMit From tbu,.?"to.wntUfurtboi-noUcc,l willseUa
of the Fair last week, from his wifol'olly
Ho call It "the epistle of Poll to the rum
Mr. J. M. Johns sent a sample of Wheat
raised by B. F. Irvine, near Sclo. to the
centennial, ;. .... .... . , . ..
XrkriA.W (a lM.n. . . Y . W m m .. ..
iiuu very lute, ont it is a
respectable thing to liavo In the familv. for
The average American youth would rtost-
iwue an election any day for a game of bae
Dan or to go to a circus.
; Mrs. -Clinch of Georgia, wants to whistle
nffiiiistnny maii in America. ; What does
sue wet uer whistle" With ?
iii. .. r;.,, . . r piii'iuiiiion or tills Htiimnon,
tlieii jou a rcnviniinMl to answer tho mill com'
plaint l.y , he lhxt .! of i l,e next term
Uaj " he ' hkKn " ,ho turu
23111 dny or October, IST3.
nt . Allmny In sni.l county ; ml State. Von am
l.eieHy notilleU Unit it ymi IHtl so lo apwir riIu
answer snl.l eomiilHint s ul.ove "oiiiriS ftVr
want or.. unwer the 1'UilinW VnfmJy
tlietmirt for the relief Uemamlert In llicaniS
w."l.,::f-10"".' f(!r,l! 1-rtition of iK
... ... .... ... mi,,, j u cm in tn .711 . t.
1-elflah Mux well his wil. known nn
S. as notillcnilnt.
slliuitutl In I . IB
on anil .
VIbnySer?t ' Vl is" rs,',"u" ts of 1
" I'OWEI.I, & FLIJJX.
...it-,.., . I'iiiiniill'V Atloriieyx.
I n).lwTie.l l,y or.Hr of Hon. B. K. nonfium,
.Indjre ot siiul Court. muiOu ut (JIuiihIm.i-k. .....
tlie p.'.iis .-m l survev of the IT,
No. "1177." claim s'o. -4,"
county noil Slate of Orron, n
STOVES , STOVES I
Chicago & North-Western
tllOMi: SIMXHOS OF .
Stoves & Eanges !
-iV... ''-,..'.. -AT "i ' r... '-,.-'.: '
PUMPS HOSE, ETC,
Albany, Doc; 10,1874-13
W. IT. MtFAItLASD,
L ; Don't insult your wife by buying your
iiuias iino rrrw-Lot-iru-o.u. c ,. ,
J -vi .aiiyuouy else
out at iMKcr s dollar store. - -ui
Geo. W. Davis lias beeli appointed Tost-
A cona, in tnis county:
A CfiALi.ENCE. The owners of tlio race'
horse Osceola have cast a slur on th6 Stale
Agricultural Society of Oregon, by" com
plaining that the inducemcnta. to r,m ,
iK)t sufflcent to .attract flue stock like Osce- 1 MAS:l7AC;
ola. Now, having been. attracted all tho SutbSSS.
SIKS. C. V. lOIVtSLISII,
la constantly receiving
Sew and Stylish Millinery,
To.wlilcli slio invitea tlie snccial nttenlion of
IIHT IKIiefl. I.OOII4 HOIU at 14U1 mwiwi hiuh
i-ntea. HI ore H i-st tloor oiat of City lriigr Store,
' Albany, Oivjfou. . Jnll
CICAF & COLLAR,
TITRKRSS AX n IKALEKS IX Al.t
Kiirnltnre. s Wnnwonma on Firat
ecu liiXMiUalbiu aud Klis oilh t.
iiivivr, honslit ont tho delivsrv lmilnnr
TAr. Lewi Stlmson, 1 beg leave to announoH to
way from California by the liberal itv of the
Jrxiciety, i am still, anxious to tho amount
ot as much coin as the owners of that horse
desire to "put up," to conipeto wlth'! him;
If tho premium 'offer Is hot suulcten V irhTMi4ayw
- TV?. v"- auu WUi uon U uu n ui I itnti ii w w jr , wiH: IlLtty tflV
. .... . - " . i mo n (Ji i I . -
meetyou witn my borso "Twenty-One,'' - Aiio.iter wilt be womntlv attn.i.ui
mid airman: si ".t. t- ...t.. si nr. reaMOimblo rates. . -
put up or shut up. John J. FAtwrn..' rarkcr." " ' - v "l "a ou3rQ-ot l-
rktH I'OM UB HOITK OVCBUK0.
I'liit-i' llll,uIu'lhia.Mmtival,yueboc,New York .
jKMon,orimy point Eiwt, BhVulU Ijuj- tlieir
Via the riouccr Itonte,
CIIH'.UJO A XOimiWESTEIW RAIIWAI
TIII3 1STJIK BEST ROUTE EAST.',-" -
Its Track In of STEEf., UA1LS, and on It 1mm '
5f?n.".,,.u, 1 'e EASTKsT I imc t hat has ever boon. .
MADE in thUconnti-y. By this ronto ranen
stoin toriMiintseast of Chicago Uave choice of to
following lines from Chicago :
Tit f:'r '.-,
By tne l'i(tbnrj;,I'ortwyuitn(-bln
O THROUGH TrtArNS nAir.Y. wlthPnirnmn
J I'aJace cars through to Philadelphia attdSew .
ork on eaeli train. v'
to Baltimore, und Waahliisjto
By th Imfec Khorc itiul MteltjrM Hmmtmm '
rn Kiiilwuy nl eouneriiaiuMA'ear KmrwT ,
C4ilrHl Hi Kri IinlIrMtb),
3 THROUGH TRAINS DAILY, with TViIace. i
Drawing jtoum anil Ssilvor Volaoo vftrs tbroi ,
to New Ytrk. - .:.
TCy the .Wehiiran VnlrHt Urand Vrnah,
Jrcnt Vcsn-rn ! !TrI awd Yrl' '
3TIIK(UHir TRAIN a, with Pullu-un Palace
llrawing Room uml Sli-eplnj can throiii;h to "
New York to Niiiguru I'uUa, JiHttalo.ltoi.heMtOK,: ;
or Now York city.
By IlJiIMre iind Obls RaUroaO.--;
2 TIIROl tai TRAINS DAILY, with I'ulluinn. -Pnlai-eciifor
Watthington uud lliiittmoro without change. ,
Thte 10 tlio SHORTEST,; BEST and only Itno U
F!,KJi,,"n?in u,?nlt'!,t palace sleep, .
- .1., i. 'ACllltS. Hinnorhn i.':ii
J n.,,"l,Pe, tect.,"vekof steal rails, the eclebrn- ?
S.rtJS Ji1?!.89-"! of vbiK trains, the rago-1 1
thOCOmlOrtS in mo.l.r, mll,i-. Uv.Hn . J
CliamroaofrHll nml nnl,.lln,i. Hnlra 1 ' I
l'lisaenprers will find Tickets vfc this favorite. '
Kiute nt tho General Ticket Office of tho Ontial ;t
I'iK-ilio IliiUi-rtwl. Saenirntnto. n , . , . .j
Ticket m for sale at all the Ticket Offices of th
Central -Pacific Railroad. W. II. BTENNETT. '
MAKVIN HT';inTT.t:eh.?tin. Gen.Pas.Aet.
II. P. STAN WOOD, General Agency, 11 MoSt
gomexy ott uct, ixa I'ruJn .aix). - . . , V7n47y .