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By Overland Telegraph.
Conspirators 'Arrested Interesting
Washington, April 18.To Sanford ! Uncle
is much better ; he sat up a quarter of an hour
this morning. Was bright and cheerful. To
day there is marked improvement upon yester
day. Frederick is slowly but surely recover
ing his consciousners ; he has spoken twice this
forenoon, He sleeps much of the time and
breathes regularly and easily. His pulse and
appetite are good. I think every one feels en
couraered with retard to both. The messen
ger and nurse are both doing well.
(Signed) C. A. SEWARD
Baltimore, 18th. A gentleman who was at
Point Lookout yesterday was informed by an
officer of a gunboat that Booth and other con
ar.irators. atn mt thirtv in number, were in St
Marysgapunty heavily armed. pndeatfnring
make their way kcwss the PotomacJ whictfr
strongly picketed, no onebeing allowed to pass
He aiao stated that on Sunday evening a small
jjquad of cavalry had a collision with them, and
were repulsed but succeeded in capturing one
jof them. Our cavalrv were reinforced yester
day morning, and were understood to havejrebel trans-Mississippi army under Kirby,
are directed to close up tn waj. But for
the conrulsion of the Nation by the terrible
traeedv at Washiieton, this desirable end
would have been consummated by
Immense meetings have been held all over
the Nation, especially in the great cities, ex-.
pressive of grief at the death of Mr. Lin
coin, and a determination that justice shall
be done hereafter ip crushing out the rebell-.
without much mercy. In some cities,
San Francisco and others, mob violence was
taken on opposition newspaper presses,
in a few cases men who expressed sympathy
with the rebels were shot down or hung
All mob violence is to to deprecated, and
should not be resorted to. Hut men must
not be allowed to express sympathy for a re
bellion, after this dreadful exhibiton of its
workings, much less to signify approbation
of this terrible murder. However, let law
and order prevail in bringing men to justice
who will do so. I
What is the condition of Mobile and the
contending armies in that vicinity is not
known. But it is either in the possession of
the Union forces now, or soon will be. Th
them completely surrounded,
was deemed impossible.
Baltimore, 18th. A highly important arrost
was made here to-day, the name of the party is
At present withheld. He has made a full con
fession of being one of tho conspirators against
the life of the President, acknowledging him
self to be tha author of the letter signed Sara,
found in Booth's trunk.
Washington, 18th. Last night a man dis
guised as alaborer, carrying a pick on his shoul
der, approached the house occupied by the fam
ily of Survalt; iu this city, and was about to en
ter when he was arrested- Upon removing t
the dirt from his face he appeared to bo quite a
different looking person from what his appear,
ance indicated. He called himself Payne, and
exhibited not a little embarrassment. He
managed to ask in an agitated manner, why he
was arrested. The colored servant of Secretary
Seward was sent for, when ho exclaimed imme
diately, "that is the man, I know him by gen
eral appearance and by his mouth." The ser
vant said there could be no mistake. There
were others in Mr. Seward's house at the time
who have a recollection of Survalt's appearance
and -will bo afforded an opportunity to recog
nize him. The man arrested is believed to be
Survalt who perpetrated the dreadful acts at
the house of Mr. Seward.
iiattimore, 18th. It is understood that the
party alluded to as under arrest here, states that
tha original design of the conspirators was to
merely capture Preside ' Lincoln aot.ip turn
com'p rttl re,ea,5 - a11 paeon' .i,a
then hlu b.r theUfffted v)tatcs, when a general
exchanW f prisoner? commenced, however,
this project was abandoned by him and others.'
He savshe refused to have anything further p
do with it. and endeavored to indnoo others to
give up their designs upon the life of the Presi
This is substantially a correct statement of what
the prisoner has divulged. He is a well known
resident of Baltimore.
New York, April 19. Herald's special dispatch
ays : It is reported that the assassin who entered
Mr. Seward's house has been arrested. It is cer
tain that one of the assassins, probably Sur
vtlt, has been Arrested. Samuel Mattoon of
Hoqkstown, Md. and, who wrote the letter found
ia Booth's trunk, signed " Sam," has been arrested
New York, April 18. Post's special dispatch
says : President Johnson yesterday said to a cler
gyman who begged of him to be merciful to rebels
.that mercy to individuals was not mercy to States
He also declared to prominent members of Con
gress that he was willing to act with utmost mag
nanimity toward people of rebel States, but unre
pentant leaders must be punished.
Headquarters in the field, April 9th, 9 r. M.
To Hallack Spanish fort and its defences were
.captured last night. We have 25 officers and 538
enlisted men as prisoners, and hare taken 5 mor
tars and 25 guns. The Major and part of the gar
rison escaped by water. Blakely is already in
vested and will be assaulted to- day unless work
are stronger than I now believe them to be,
Headquarters in the field, April 9. To Grant
I have the honor to report the capture of forts at
Blakely, with 2,400 prisoners and 20 guns.
New York, April IS.-'-Herald's Richmond dis
patches of the -16th says Gen. Lee arrived in that
,city at 4:30 r. sr., on the 16th. He and staff were
Teceived with the "greatest enthusiasm br thr popu
lace, cheer after cneer being given them, Evep
Union soldiers raised their caps to him,
so that o9capoBsm;tb, are inoperative, and said to be under
orders to surrender on the same terms tha
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Miscellaneous News. The Canadian
authorities and people generally were pro
foundly shocked at the murder of President
Lincoln, and gave expression of there feeK
?ngs in suitable solemnities. The news at
jHalifax produoed profound sensation.
Andrew Juhaaoa, the Vice President
-was sworn in, and entered upon the duties
of the oflfice as President, at 11 o'clock, on
the same day of Mr. Lincoln's death. The
oath of office was administered by Chief
"Justice Chase, at the Private rooms of Mr
Johnson, in the presence of the Cabinet
jtauibsrs, apd other distinguished gentlemen,
among them were Senators Foote, Ramsey
-y . ri. . TT mi
z ansa, esewarc ana naie ine ceremonies
were solemn and all the surrounding circum
stances important in the highest degree.
From Sherman's army very little has been
heard the last few days.
Startling transactions at Washington have
occupied public attention to the exclusion of
almost everything else during the week.
Grant and Lee are on the most friendly
terms of intercourse, and all their powers
Fruits, Habvpst . The season is far enough
advanced to afford a very safe conjecture ot
what the harvest will be. The breadth of wheat
sown durine the last Fall and Winter in this
county is not very extensive less than usual
The cold rainy Winter has not been a favorable
one for wheat. The Fall seeding gave better
nromise of a 20od vield than the Winter seed-,
r w -
ing does. The spring has now come, however,1
ith the warm sunshine and gentle showers,
which brings much that was thought hardly
worth harvesting, forward with some promise.
Altogether, a medium harvest may be relied on.
Oats are hardly forward enough yet to deter
mine the probabilities of the yield. Not a
great breadth is sown, Farmers are now busy
Fruits are more promisine. Unless a late
frost should injure the young fruit, which some
times is the case in Oregon, there will be abun-
lance of apples and pears. Plums and cherries
ire also promising; the blooms will soon be, or
are perhaps now, full blown. Peaches arc un-
njured, but orchards of peach trees arc not nuj
merous, as the tanners nave very mucn neglec
ted this valuable, fruit. The smaller fruits,
room berries aiidlcurrant", are said not to be:
very full f young berries, though sufficiently!
3) as tt -cromHC plenty,
Ev6ybody that has a gardan is buy tf iii
week .nadin! ruKinz, secu.ng u ir.uun.
nave ii lare-p'""" v.. a. huh
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vear. would hereby inform the citizens of Califor
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old business of Canvassing and Subscription
Affent for American and foreign JNewspapers and;
Magazines. Feeling grateful to his old subscribers
and customers for the liberal patronage bestowed
pn him in years past, J. H. Stiix hopes by stnc
attention to business and honorable dealing, to de
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rrneenient8 were made with the Pub-
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American Mining Uazette.
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Leslie's Budget of Fun, Phunny Phellow,
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(J the latest Jr all ana v inter styles ot
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Goods for Ladies and children,
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Gents Famishing Gtaods,
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j a uentleman s toilet.
Neck Tiesj Cravats &c.
OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
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Black Broadcloth Suits,
Black Doeskin Suits, t 3
Fiends Beaver Suits,
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CASS1MERE COATS, PANTS AND VESTS.
A very large assortment ot Jadies ad men s
Boots and Shoes.
a large assortment of Salem and
CLOTHS, FLANNELS, BLANK
ETS, YARN, ETC.
MY Goods will be sold at the lowest figures.
The highest price given for country produce
Orestes and Young Samson.
qnHESE Thoroughbred Jacks will stand this
M. season as follows :
OrestesFour miles vest of Corvallis,
what is known as the Mulkey arm, and
Young Samson at Peoria on Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday; at Boston IUJs; on
inursaay, rnaay ana oaturaay.
Orestes lacks one inch of being 10 hands Jug;
Young Samson is 151 hands high.
The proprietors have the certificates of some of
the first stock raisers of Kentucky, verifying the
good breeding qualities' and superior blood of
For further particu ;, see posters.
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A. H. OSBORN;
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OREGOI STATE FAIR. Iff 1864
This newly invented Machine is made and sold
by CRAVES &. RORIIYSOX,
Cabinet Makers, Corvallis.
Possesses as much business earaieitv fnr
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The First Premium
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ite, by calling at the carpentershop of Joshua
:Mason, or at McFarland's Stove and Tin Store.
. J. A. PORTER, Agent.
DR. t. W. MOORE'S
Iledical ami Surgical Institute,'
A few doors below Kearny,
ATTENDING AND RESIDENT PHYSICIAN,
C. W. MOORE, Mi. IDi
Late Surgeon in the U. S. A., Quarantine Phvai
cian ai a ew urieans ana Uoston, l,ecturer ot
Morbid Anatomy and Diseases of Women taii
Children, Member of the Massachusetts MedW.l
feociety, etc.. Je
TR. MOORE Would respectfully inform tie
I J people of California that he has establi1 id
pin Institute tor the
P Cure of Diseases
I MIHIII I Mi
Jo. (iy CoiiwtK..,.,., t
A few dqprs below Kernj ,
Where he may be consulted af all hpurs
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Bancroft's , , , rf'-.:
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Haifd-made Nvte Bued,
IBancrOits . , J -, JtJ
To the Lady of the House ;
fllHESE DYES embrace all the new and popu
F J lar colors, in a variety of shades, and cannotB
if ail to give satisfaction. Ivor sale by
J. W. SUUT11JSJK, oie Agent.
NEW BUTCHER SHOP.
EGLI. 4c BROTHER
Have opened a new Bntcher Shop on
Monroe street, one door west of tne stor
of A. Stiefel, where customers can be
supplied with IU the varieties of Heats,
and enred, usually obtained m this market.
If eood meats, full weights, reasonable prices
and prompt attention to customers, will command
pataonage, they solicit a, snare ot laty anq lpun
trv custom. -
The same proper attention will De paid wnen
childreBpnd market, that their parents would
jf Washington and Sansome Streets,
K AND FORWARDS ALL THE DAI-
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arts ot tne country witn great aispatcn.i
11 at prices that Defy Competition,
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. as soon as puoiisnea. j. nave special ar-
ments with all the different publishers,
j0)oners, &c, and furnish the trade with
r : Books, Portraits,
' " . Musio, Medals, tc, &c
Books IJOOks great variety, ana Military
r Vinx-pVery description, by the best writers.
the clclua'e Wiilihli, and guarantee dealers!
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L I gCEIVED, a New Stock, by the last
DioeajiM) of Hie Uterine Fuuctip
I characterized by irregular, suppressed and pan.
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Headache : Leucorrhcoa or whites, are treated on
scientific principles and a prompt and permanent
Diseases of tne Sexual Organs, male
T female, wnetner recent or enrome, are ireaxtu
Iwith all the skill and appliances which modern
Iscience has made available. A cure will be guar-
inteed in the shortest possible time, and on tr.e
Imost reasonable terms, ivo noxious drugs ate
used, and a few days only are required to effect a
Nervous Affections, such as Neuralgit,
IParalysis, Giddiness, Dimness of Vision, etc., will
receive especial attention.
Secondary and Hereditary Affec
tions, Scrofula in all its manifold forms : Dys-
IDOPsia, emaciation ana aeouity, treatea witn cer
tain and unfailing remedies, speedily expelling all
Icorrupt humors, and imparting a health' tone U
thp syatem, by purifying the blood, regulating the
Isecretwns and mvigoiaung the vital powers
Sursical Operations, of whatever nature
Iperformed scientifically, and the patient boarded
lat the Institute. The Doctor will guarantee to
cure Hernia for breach) of the worst kind in thre'
weeks, by a ' new mode of operating. Uvarian
Bancroft's T i
Longress ueuiyr, umuu,
vncroft's T, .
- , Fools Cap, Plam,
lools (Jap, Kulcd,
Bancroft's. . .
Jjegal Cap. nuied,
mn Cap. isroaa,
Jiill cap, lxarFow,
Also. Ladies' Note Envelopes, Business Envcl-
opes, Wedding Envelopes, and a great variety opP
JT. W. SOUTHER is Sole Agent"
for the- sale of the above for Benton county."
Offered Old Abe Alone,
For the Tistols, lliHes ana snot
G uns, at the Gunsmith Shop in Cor
allis, besides the Powder-flasks, Shot
belts, Qame Bags, Locks, Double
TnVrs. Moulds. Ribs. Wipers, Y aa-cuuers.
Tumors, so fatal to females, will be successfullvfMounfing, Powder, Shot, Caps, Lead, and evcry
removed. fthing in the Gun Line to be found there. Work
madeto order and warranted. Ct. HOBli.
"orses and Cattle.
anilelbrated Powders, compoaed olferoVeV
w ueu , "K5.PJ ""s expenenc, iiseascs
to whiS uuxpjittha.Jtario" t
It is 't and certain remedy for coughs and
colds v so otten result in more fatal diseases.
For sa' W. SOUTHER,
bole Agent for Benton county.
Tn'ontv vMrs rpemrnrp in Mvipn Smith Ampr.
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large Hospital and Army practice, has given the
IDoctor aavantages possessea Dy lew, ana ms re
Imarkable success warranes a promise of effectual
cure. His Anatomical Plates, exhibiting all parts
lof the Human System, and the different stages of
Idisease. are the most complete on this coast, while
his experience as a lecturer enables him to explain
Ito his patients the particulars of their disease. No
mystery is made of disease or the mode of treat-Impnt-
hut the patient is instructed in all that ncr-
Itains to his case. -. Bprepared to Tpeeive and accommodate their friends
ISnrTTl mii VHKth full directians. will be senV toTn.l tlm travelline public.
iVntriU-k.Ht"" vtWt 'ih-M ewe tii compare favorably with hut
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable,
Simmons & Kiger,
The proprietors having com
pleted a'4" stocked this new and
commodious .stable, are now
THE OROl'GHBRED HOUSE,
TiryiirAND THIS SEASON, Oommenc-I
j:rii 17th, and ending July 17th,
follows 1 s ' m.1
At the of is. N. LUIy in Bane's Vailev, onl
Monday .uesaay ot eacn week ; and at (Jor-l
vallis on sday Friday and Saturday of each
TEEMsVit dollars and Fifteen dollars.
Samsoi chestnut sorrel : 174 hnds high.l
well nroed. and took the Frst Premium!
at the O State Fair in 2864.
An Infirmary is connected with the establish.
mem, wunre jjauenis, wno aesire, may receive
I constant attention during their sickness, thus
avoiding the inconvenience of a hotel. Kind and
attentive nurses win be emploved. and no mrana
win oe leit uniriea to give lull satisfaction.
Ihe Doctor s apartments are the most commn.
dious and best arranged in the city, and patients'
niiuj icij uu me siatissi priyacy. consultations
TO THE LADIES.
Ladies suffering from any of the infirmotics ne-
cuiiar to the sex, will find the Doctor a safe con-
hdant and scientific n hvsician. In the treatmpnt'
ot suppressions and kindred diseases, he is with
I out an equa., and Ladies may feel assured that
they will receive the most delicate and manly
treatment, and secure a nromnt relief frnm thr
troubles. Pnyate apartments, with female nurses,!
for these who desire them. fl
inthentate, and is coustructed with, a view ta
the health, comfotrt and convenience of boarding
stock. Those who desire good care and acorn
ortable stable for their horses, are invited to call.
with the assurance thatno - effort will be spareo
to insure to thementire satisfaction.
This stable is stocked with a number of fine
And those whp desire to ride on business or pleas
ure, can be suited with good and gentle horses.
and good equippages, at moderate priees.
mHB afcove stock was selected in the.Effig
JL is unsnrpaeseo in exteni ar-
oxr Q-lass !
TXJkUP WEP ASSORTED STOCK,
RVALLIS, OREGON, T
stantiy on band a large assort"!
n. t i
raiiiiiiwip -a ev . .
tor cash r-
' e MSI... B'.m.
i in a o aaaier s an op , I
lowest living prices,!
Parties in the countrv. who mv M,n J
...1. IL- t . i J .
" Autior, can ao SO bv lettpr. and renai-u in
Iretum a full description of their disease and its
means or cure. All communications will be held
sinciiy connaential, 8J14 the letters retjitrned if de
sired. Medicines will be sent securelv. Letters.
Ito receive an answer, shoulri 1
All letters must be addressed to
DR. C. W. MOORE,
641 Commercial St.
BSTER'B NEW AND E' J ..nv.n UN.
abridged Dictionaries, ir hlished. 3000
.utmuuu. at J. YV. SUUTiE15H.'S.
I wish to inform tne
and Gentlemen thatT have just
reecved a new and complete as
sortment of fine Jewelry,
Oold and Silyer Watches,
Gold and Silver Kings, Bracelets,
Gold Lockets, Niee Setts Ladeis Jewelry
All kinds of EaivRings and Breast-Pins for
Ladies and Gentlemen, Scissors,
Spectacles, Children's Toys,
Watches. Clncbs. Teas. Pencils. utlerr.
And a fine lot of
Please call and examine my stock whether you
wish to buy or not.
i will par the express charges on watches and
other articles sent to me from distance for repair.
iov. 19, 1864. LOUIS BELFIS.
LIGHT Coach Body Daraar Japan Black
Leather Copal-at J. W. SOUTHER'S,