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L ondon , Aug. 14.—In c minions Gladstone stated
the conditions i whi.;h tbe government had offered
to accept a compromise on cloture. The resolutions
having been ennuged they decided to adhere to the
original proposal •’ a simple majority. He said he
would be read) to -oveur in any changes which the
house regarde, dcatruble.
Lord Hurtin,t n, secretary of state for India, in a
speech on the In nun budget, said the Indian gov
ernment want« d lai gely to reduce the military es
tablishment, but the home government vetoed the
project. He said hr hoped that areduction would be
feasible hereafter, but it reorganization was con
templated the t-cheme must receive the sanction ot
parliament. He ^aid that it was estimated that the
surplus for next financial year, after providing f<«r
increased pay for subordinate officials, would be
£3,171,000, an«l this sum would be applied solely to
the reduction of wait duties.
D ublin , Aug* 14. - A farmer was shot dead to-day
at Crushee. county Claire.
In the commission court to-day decision was an
nounced and Timothy Rorke, Jno. Connor, Richard
Savage and Maurice Castello were found guilty of
having perpetrated ou the 17th of March last several
outrages in the neighborhood of Fahy, county Kerry.
Rorke was sentenced tjfiiteen years, and each of the
others to ten years peual servitude.
Three men, fuiid guilty of a savage assault on a
person named Sullivan, at M llow, were sentenced
to servitude for twenty, fifteen and ten ye«rs res
pectively, uud a man who fired at soldiers in Mui-
linger sentenced fi r life
A Criminal's Statement.
D ublin , Aug. 14 — Frauds Hynes, sentenced to be
hanged next month for the murder of John Dolaug-
hey, a herder, near Ennis, a few weeks ago. has
made a formal statement denying he was drunk on
the night previous to the day on which they ren
dered their verdict as alleged by’O’Brien, editor of
the United Ireland The judge has expressed a hope
the attorney general will be directed to settle the
Extra I’ny Distributed.
L imerick , Aug. 14 - Extra pay amounting to £2445
was paid to Limerick police to-day.
Affairs In Nyrla.
C onstantinople , Aug. 14.—Stringent orders have
been sent to the governors of Beyrout, : amascus
and Aleppo to t >ke exceptional care to secure public
order and prevent an outbreak of natives. At Bey
rout events in Egypt are greatly influencing
Syrian mussulmans and the situation is such a
trifling incident would suffice to set the whole
Cetewayo May be Restored.
L ondon , Aug 14 — King Cetewayo has arrived at
Osborne. It is runmred the queen, at an interview
to be granted him. will inform him of the dicision
of her government to iestore him to hitf kingdom. It
is stated a British resident will be appointed to re-
side at Aland!, the Zulu capital, in order to advise
him on questions relative to external relations.
General War Notes.
A lexandria . Aug. 14.—Fires of considerable mag
nitude »re visible to-day in the rear of the enemy’s
position at Kmgeosmon.
The steamer Holland, with the Household cavalry,
and the troopship Oroides, with the Cameron High
landers and a battalion of the Derbyshire regiment,
L ondon , Aug. 14.—It is stated that half the marines
now stationed in Ireland will proceed to Egyut as
soon as possible.
British Hick List.
A lexandria Aug. 14.—The sicklist of British
troops before the arrival of the guards showed that
out of 5400 men there were 76 iuvalids, exclusive of
A Fight Imminent.
A fight is imminent between the troops of the
ameer of Afghanistan and Anie’r Maimund.
Tlie Mosel Disaster.
L ondon , Aug. 14.—-Tbe work of d »charging the
cargo of the wrecked steamer Mosel began last even
ing. The cargo is being removed to make room for
pumps with a view of floating tbe vessel. The pas
sengers sail to-morrow from Southampton in the
steamship General Werder.
B erlin , Aug. 14.—The empress is confined to her
apartment« in consequence of injuries received by
a fall while walkiug in tbe park yesterday.
states that petitions are in
creasing from »a.®
< m ^vMBwvree throughout
Germany to Bismarck in regard to indemnification
or German merchants who suffered by the riots in
Alexandria, and the .Vational Xeitunff adds that the
question of the amount of compensation may form
tbe subject of discussion between the German and
Egyptian cabinets hereafter.
I LATEST NEWS SUMMARY
MY TELEGRAPH TO DATE
Official returns of the census of France
1 show a population of 37,672,048.
The treasury department lias purchased
I 218,000 ounces ot Sue silver for the mint.
Each reiriment of artillery are to have
D emveb , Aug. 14 —At a meeting of commissioners
and exhibitor« of the National Miuiug Exposition
I two new light batteries, making 10 bit-
to-day a committee was appointed to confer with
i teries in all.
railway officials with a view to securing greater re
ductions in excursion rates. It was also resolved to
Four hundred and twenty two persons
ask managers of the exposition to reduce the admis
! were appointed to clerkships in the pen
sion fee from 50 cents to 25 cents. All those defi
ciencies which marred the beauty of the exhibition
sion office on the 10th.
as a whole and detracted from its completeness have
been removed. The collection of minerals is large,
Boston ’longshoremen have decided to
tine and the most perfect ever gathered together. It
demand an advance in wages, and if it is
is a grand index to the riches of the mountains.
not granted to strike.
Exhibits of mining machinery, as well as other in
dustries, are large and excellent, while the art de
A dispatch from Tangier states a holy
partment embraces an unusual number of masterly
war is being preached throughout Mo
works. The demands upon the hotels and lodging
houses of /he city is great but extensive prepara
rocco against Christians.
tions have been made, and visitors as yet have suf
fered uo inconvenience.
W. M. Robinson was nominated by
the democrats of the seventh district for
P rinceton , Ill., Aug. 14.—Two suicides occurred
congress at Raleigh on the Utb.
here to-day. Thi- morning Chas. Harris visited
Miss Belle Mercer, to whom be bad been affianced.
Clerks of the national board of health
Because she rtfused to be reconciled be wept out
were dismissed on the 10th, congress not
an 1 hanged himself , and this evening. C. A. Wel
having provided for their salaries.
ton, a prominent railroad man and auditor of the
DesMoines and Fort Dodge railroad, blew bis brains
Bishop Lafleehe, of Three Rivers, has
out while an officer was reading a warrant for bis
arrest on a charge of bigamy. Last April he was
forbidden ladies of his congregation, un-
married here to Miss Eva Grass, daughter of a
t oer pain of sin, from wearing curls.
wealthy farmer. It is said he had a child in Brook
lyn. Rumors are afloat that he had five or six wives.
Victor Leseure, one of the oldest and
■ wealthiest citizens of Danville, Ills., died
Murder will Out.
C hicago , Aug. 14.—A few weeks ago two Swedes
on the 10th of genuine Asiatic cholera.
named Hilding and Robinson, arrested in this city
A negro was lynched in Charleston on
on a trivial charge, confessed they murdered a w^ua-
an named Sophia Dallbery in Stockholm seven years
the 9th for an attempted outrage on a
ago. The story was not fully believed but the men
girl and one accused of a like crime
were held pending investigation. The Swedish con
was lynched ou the same day at Atlanta.
sul here has received a report from the chamber of
police of Stockholm corroborating the statements of
Oregon stocks sold at New York on the
the prisoners as to the circumstances, which tends
to the probability of the story as a fact. Hilding
9tl>, a» follows: Northern Pacific, com
recognized a picture of a woman, Emilie Hulberg,
! mon, 51preferred, 92’i; Transconti
who, he says, paid tor having the m.urder committed.
nental, 94’,; Oregon Improvement Co.,
A New Phaw of the Labor Trouble.
P ittsburg , Aug. 14.—The labor situation has as-
Burned a new phase on account of the reported sale
At the photographers’ convention at
of the workiugmen's organization to one of the old
! Indianapolis on the 11th, M. C. Hall,
political parties. It is alleged the coming conven
| j of California, read a paper on tbe influ-
tion of workingmen in Philadelphia is to be packed
, ' ence affecting the progress of American
with “rounders and peelers,” who can outride the
laboring class and carry out the plans of politicians.
Jarrett is consequently preparing circulars designed
to prevent this scheme, and it will be signed by of
The twenty-first anniversary of tbe
ficials representing 40,000 workingmen in Pittsburg
battle of Wilson’s Creek, at which Gen
Bobbery and Murder.
eral Lyon was killed, was celebrated ut
E vansville , Aug. 14.—Further investigation into
St. Louis on the 10th and largely at
the murder of the Weiher family shows a robbery
committed in connection with it. A watch, two
pistols, two pocket books and some money was
Suit for damages against the owner of
taken. The tracks of two men by a circuitous route
the luckless steamer Sciota, to theamonnt
were traced from Weiher’s house to the river bank.
Early Sunday morning two negroes were seen row
of $75,000, by surviving friends of vic
ing rapidly down stfeaiu ahd it is believed they
tims of tbe disaster were brought at
were hired to do the deed. They have been followed
down the river by detectives a distance of forty
Wheeling on the 11th.
The national education assembly at
Notable Heat lit.
Ocean Grove closed on the 10th with an
N ew Y ork , Aug. 14.—Jesse Hoyt, one of the most
prominent business men of this city, died to-day.
immense audience. In the afternoon
He has been largely interested in grain and railroad
Bishop Simpson and U. S. Senator San
interests of the west, and at the time of bis death
was a director of the Chesapeake and Ohio railway.
ders, of Nebraska, spoke.
P rovidence , Aug. 14.—John E Bradford, a well
The Louisville fair association has
known hotel manager and lieutenant in the signal
corps during the war, died to-day.
issued a liberal programme for the five
To Celebrate Landing of Win. Penn.
days’ trotting meeting, beginning Sep
P hiladelphia , Aug. 14.—The Biennial association
tember 17. Special inducements .are
will soon forward circulars to the governors of dif
offered for colts and fillies.
ferent states inviting troops to visit the city and
participate in the military display October 27th,
Two men while attempting to climb
the biennial anniversary of the landing of Wiu.
over the railing of Tuilleries gardens,
Came to Terms.
during a ¿¡»play of fireworks, caught
N ew Y ork , Aug. 14.—It is understood that the
hold of tNN'cctric wire used in illuiui-.
friends of thejwo sick persons in the«lw|fi| amVpaid
the gardens and both were struck
him 15000 tu run the hotel till they can be removed.
Only the sick, their attendants and physicians, are
left in the hotel.
W. T. Campbell and Wm. Swisher,
Jealous H um bund.
arrested for participation in the mob to
N ewark , Aug. 13.—Wm. H. Warner and wife were
Holmes, tlie negro charged with
occupying rooms in the house of Greenleaf D.
Brown, 208 Ward street. Warner becoming jealous,
outraging a child, went to jail, refusing
to-night shot his wife and Brown, both probably
to give bail. The sheriff has armed
Mining Null Decided.
■S an F rancisco , Aug. 14—Judge Sullivan this twenty-five men to prevent the friends of
Dentil of Two «Judge«.
S aratoga , Aug. 13.—Judge Wm. Schley, of New morning In superior court iu the case of Carmi W. Campbell and Swisher from liberating
York, formerly of Savannah, died suddenly at the Beach vs. J. B. Cooper, A. B. Cooper, Geo. A. Ball, them by force.
John McNeill, Manuel Soupedro and the Alexander
United States hotel to-day.
Judge Wm. M. Levy, of Louisiana, died at the Mining Company, filed his opinion. Judgment is
Tbe Tribune’s Breckenridge special
for plaintiff. The action was commenced
by Beach, a stockholder in the corporation defend says: Last Friday, Wm. Bird and son
A Farmer Abscond*.
ant, to compel other defendants to account to the who live on a ranch at Bear river, on re
W abash , Ind., Aug. 14.—Aaron Gress, a promi corporation for m me'ys wrongfully appropriated by
nent farmer near Lake Ione, who was implicitly them to their own use. While they were directors turning home from work discovered their
trusted by neighbors, has absconded, leaving credit defendants obltined a loan at exorbitant rate *rom cabin had been burglarized.
ors to the extent of |iXM)0, one of whom is his mother. New York parties and subsequently proceeded to pan.v with five other men they started in
freeze out the stockholders. Judgment was ren
The Yellow Fever.
pursuit, soon overlakine the thieves. In
L aredo , Aug. 14.—In the 24 hours ending at 8 P. dered for S175.UM) and interest from December, 1880.
a fight that ensued both thieves were
Snlclde of Archblsiiup Nestor.
M. ot the 13th Brownsville had 23 new cases of
fever and one death ; Matamoras, one new case and
B an F rancisco , Aug. 14.—The Alaska Commercial killed and also Mr. Bird's son.
Company’s steamer St. Paul, which arrived to-day
The amount of $160,000,Oik) in gold
from Si. Michaels, brings news of the death, un
suicide, of Archbishop Nestor, of the certificates will be printed.
E rie , Pa., Aug. 14.—The Mount Hickory rolling doubtedly
mills started up to-day with non-union men. There
charge of the diocese of Alaska, took passage on the tant tfeasnrer at New York states that
was no opposition on the part of old bauds.
St. Paul for this citv, which is his permanent resi the amount of gold coin held by the as
dence, but was misseil shortly alter leuving 8t. sociated- banks is $60,0(M),000, and that
Michaels and circumstances clearly indicated that he
had Jumped overboard. He had been troubled for all the banks will probably make large
sqme time past with a rush of blood to the head and and rapid offering of their gold for the
Mexican and Arizona Notes.
appeared »t times not quite of sound mind. He
new certificates, and that the banks are
T ucson , Aug. 14.—A Star special from Magdalena, was a native of Archangel and aged 56 years.
Honora, of the 12th says: The track of the Sonora
anticipating their issue and are now
railroad is now laid three miles north of that point
S an F rancisco , Aug. 14.—Julia Cleary, a little making proper application.
and graders are far in advance of track layers. The
gap between the Arizoua and Sonora divisions is 70 girl who was run over by a Mission street car last
The Society of the Army of the Cum
Friday evening <»n tbe corner of Fifth and Market
miles, with grading complete.
Heavy rains and several washouts on the Sonora streets, died at her parents' residence to-day. De berland, through its Garfield monument
railway are reported.
ceased was a native of Cuba.
committee, determiner to give nnder
The coroner’s jury in the case of Mrs. Mary Gib
A heavy thunder and rain storm passed over this
son, who died from the effects of a horrible beating, provisions of a joint resolution of con
section last night. 3.64-100 inches of ram fell.
Several washouts are reported both east and west returned a verdict to-day charging John Gibson, her gress of August 5, 1882, a national fair
husbaud. with murder. Gibson was brought before
on the S. P. K. R.
ami bazaar industrial and art exposition
At Ptcbaho a freight train was ditched thia morn the jury, but ret used to make any statement what
in the rotunda on November and ending
ing and another occurred at Ciengo. Not less than ever.
20 miles of track is damaged, but all available force
the 3d of December, the object being to
for Hongkong to-morrow. She will take 500 Chinese
is out ami repairs will be speedily nis^
raise the greatest possible amount of
Many thousands of dollars worth or property was passengers.
John Kelly. * Fourth street tailor, was arrested to funds to aid in erection of a statue at
destroyed in Tucson, several buildings washed
down and mauy others seriously damaged. It is day charged with an assault to murder iu shooting Washington, D. C., to the memory and
his luiatress. Frances Wilson, in the head at 207 Post
street. The woman, who was so badly injured that honor of President Garfield.
little hopes are e.itcrtained of her recovery, was
The second day’s examination of Lee
brought to the Central hospital. Kelly claims that
WASHINGTON TI KK1TOK Y.
he was unloading a revolver when the cartridge ex Pettils, John Montgomery and Emanuel
Walin W ill In Notes.
The seveniteuth Annual exhibition of the Me Clement, at Taylorsville, Ills, on charge
W ai . la W alla , Aug. 14.—On Sunday, while the
of committing an outrage on Emma
family of John Williams, residing on Government chanics’ Institute will open to-morrow.
The stesuiship Idaho, which has arrived here Bond, the latter part of June, drew im
mountain, about twelve miles from this city, were
out gathering berries, one J. N. Hine went to his from Victoria, hud on board four Chinese, none of mense crowds in attendants. Miss Bond
house and attempted to commit rape ou a little whom were allowed to land. Two of these were
girl, teu years old. Retold her if she resisted he from Victoria and two say they came aboard at He- is yet unable to be out of her bed.
would cut her throat, and to give weight to his attle, but afterward went to Victoria The Seattle state closed its testimony on the 10th
to Hongkong, and it
threat hr stuck his unite lu the table. The smaller pair wish
children, however, gave the alarm and brought some is thought that they will be transferred having catled 130 witnesses. Testimony
neighbors to the rescue. and the child was saved. direct to the stesmer M dabar, which sails soon for for defense began yesterday afternoon.
When the father returned home hr was told of what China. The qu« ri'»u >>f perinittiu.' the other two to Sufficient proof has been adduced to
had occurred and beat the brute to within an inch land will be .- m itled by the court. Tue provisions
of his life. He cleared out directly and eight men of the Chinese resir « tiou bill have thus far proved warrant the belief that the court will
arc hot on his trail, swearing they will hang him if a fruitful sour* . f judicial eoiupHeations. There | hold the accused.
Specials from Tay
are already seirral other cases awaiting adjndiea- i
they can overtake him.
lorsville state the gist of evidence thus
At a meeting of citizens this morning, at request tion.
The brig Tahiti, which arrived from Tahiti to-day, far ha» been to render it almost certain
of John Muir, supermtrndant of traffic, Mr. Frank
Piine, represt nting alia Walla, was unanimously brings news of th»- .b uth «t that port of Adam Kul- that if set at liberty they would be
chosen to accompany the business party from Port ckzych, an • mment polish nobh-nian. who has been
land who are goiug to Missoula to endeavor to secure in the employ « I the French government for some lynched.
the trade of Montan». The project is considered years.
Voting Man Drowned.
. Feltville. the deserted village of Union
very feasible and will be easy of accomplishment.
S an F ran *. i>< •». (■’_: 14—Jamb Cstoir, a young county, N. J. has been sold at master's
TJie principal newspapers here all condemn the
action of the county commissioners tn not reducing man aged 22. was drowned yesterday at Long Branch
the assessment rate of the property owned by the baths, Alameda. Deo-aMd whs a Itsebrr in a deaf, sale by the receiver of the Globe Mutual
railroads iu this count) The finances of the county tlumb au«I blind ins.itutr. The body wu recovered. Insurance Company of New York for
are in excellent condition and the com tn las oners at
$11,450. The village contains twenty
B POM TING ^OTFA
their last meeting made a reduction of lour mills in
houses, two mills, a church, school i
the tax levy
Tbe man Reed, stabbed iusix places. Sunday week,
house, store and mill dam. In the sale
N ew Y ork . Aug. 14 A prize fight occurred veat**r-
Walla Walla is fast building up. There are now day between Charles Hcballenba« h and Robert Turn were included 800 acres of land, 200 acres
several large business blocks goiim up. and one. tbe bull at Harry Hill’s place ou Long Island. After the tillable.
The village was first owned
largest In the city, will be built with Portland twelt th round the former was uuconscious and lost and built by the Felt manufacturing
the tight. No arrests.
company and waa then very floariahing. I
(♦rain is pouring into the depot very lively and
busy times are confidently expected after harvest.
T rot , Aug. 13.—Detroit» 8. Troys 0.
They sold it to Townsend. tbe sarsapa*
The new town Plainville, located near Colfax.
rill» man. and the latter borrowed $60.-
Konawa ( ropa.
Whitman county, belongs to the Oregon Improve-
meat company and will connect with the railroad to
T opkra , Aug. 14.—The corn crop, according to 000 from the Globe Mutual on a mort
all principal points.
the secretary of the state board of agriculture, con I gage. Th»
The president of the Globe com
The city la found to be over |*)00 In debt beyond tinues in favorable condition. The yiela of 1099
$250,000 for the prop- I
the amount authorized by tbe city charter and there
ill probability, reach JOO.OOO’OOO bushels I puny once offered
is fun ahead for some parties.
at least MO.mV.dUO.
Laying cable between Alexandria and 1
Port Said was completed on tbe 11th.
In commons on the 11th. Gladstone
stated the house will adjourn soon, until
the 24th or ’25th of October.
Ex-Senator Dennis of Maryland died
oil the 13th, aged 68 years He was U.
S. senator from 1873 to 1879.
At midnight on the 11th tue Great
Western railroad atHamiltou, Ont., was
merged iuto the Grand Trunk railway of I
The Russian representative at Constan- I
tinopie expresses satisfaction with Duf- |
ferin's explanation in regard to landing i
British at Suez.
Mike Cassidy, gang boss, and one Ital- J
ian, were killed at Newburg ou the 11th
by a premature explosion on the West- ’
shore road, and another Italian injured. Are the BEST and COST NO MORE than
Serab Kelly, one of the defendants in Other Brands, and if the Merchant with
the Irish state trials ut Dublin in Janu-. w hom you Trade does not keep our Goods
ary, 1881, was urrested ou the lltli under it Is because It PAYS better to sell a
the curfew clause of the repression act.
pair of Boots or Shoes every TWO
Tlie statement of the L oik I od News is
denied by the Standard, that after Salis Months than every FOUR or FIVE.
bury’s rebuff yesterday it was impossible WE WARRANT EVERY PAIR
for him to continue as tory leader of the ,
We make. All Merchants tn Good Credit
house of Lords.
The dispatch vessel Exploration with can procure these Goods at onr Ware
detutehment of riflemen on board sailed houses In PORTLAND or San Francisco.
from Naples on the 11th to Caprera to
intercept an expedition intent on burning ,
the body of Garibaldi.
HECHT BROS. & CO.
On the morning of the Uth a collision
between freight and passenger trains on
the Ohio Southern load at Parrott's cross- !
rptola gi-ent Ntrvngth-
ing, Miss W. Carr was killed ami several
1 eiiliig Keinrdy and
persons in the caboose of the freight
¡Nerve Tonic Is the le
gitimate result of over 20
train severely wounded.
S’ ears of practical experi
ence, and CURES WITH
The cable between Port Said and Alex- i
UNFAILING CERI ATN
TV, Nervous and Physi
andria is now open for business. The
cal Debility, Seminal
cabie station is on board the telegraph |
ship John Pender in tlie harbor. The I
jmlasions, Impotency, Ex
British fleet in the harbor consists of the i
hausted Vitality. Prema
ture Decline and IJINN
Agincourt. Dee, Monarch and Northum- j
OF MANHOOD, from
whatever cause produced.
It enriches and purifies tlie blood, strengthens the
Herren, Bebbel, Liebknecht and Hos- Nerves, Brain, Muscles, Digestion. Reproductive Or
and Physical and Mental Fa ulties. It
encliver, socialists at Berlin were con gans,
stops any unnatural debilltat ng dram upon
the system, preventing involuntary losses, de
demned by the Leipsic court to two bilitating
dreams, semiual losses with the mine,
months’ imprisonment for excessive etc., so destructive to mind and body. It is
sure eliminator of all KIDNEY AND BLADDER
abuse mid insult to the federal council. a COMPLAINTS.
IT CONTAINS NO INJUrtlOl’H
To those suffei In* from the ef
Liebknecht and Hosencliver are nieui INGREDIENT.
fects of youthful Indiscretions or excesses, g
bers of the German reichstag.
speedy, thorough land permauent (I KE IS
Price.#» .SO per bottle, or five
The pilot of the steamship State of GUAKANTEED.
bottles in case with full directions and advice. # ’ O.
secure from observation to any address upon re
Florida says the cause of the collision Sent
ceipt of price, or C. O. D. To !»♦* had onlv of
at New York on the 10th between that
Dr. C. D. Nulfleld, VIA Kearny street.
Francisco, Cal. Consultations strictly confiden
vessel and the West Point was that in San
tial, by letter or at office, FREE. For the convenience
and in order to secure perfect secrecy, I
going out the latter crossed the former’s have adopted
a private address, under which all pack
bow before she was far enough ahead to ages are forwarded.
justify it. Neither vessel was seriously Sufficient to TRIAL
sh w its merit, will be sent to any one
applying by letter, stating bls symptoms and age
The Vienna Presse publishes under Communications strictly confidential.
reserve, a telegram from Czarnowicz, re
porting the arrival there from Novoselitza SPORTSMEN’S EMPORIUM.
of several respectable Russian merchants,
WM. BECK de SON
who state General Ignatieff has been ar
Importers and dealers in
rested at Kamefftz Pital, in the govern
ment of Podelia, and sent under escort Guns, Rifles, and Revolvers
to St. Petersburg.
AWasco special: A construction, train
with 50 laborers ou the Minneapolis Jc
St. Paul railroad, about four miles south Lines,
of St. Paul, on the 11th, jumped the Baskets,
track while running backward. The car Flies,
containing the laborers overturned, ser
iously injuring 34 workmen, and several Leaders,
will probably die.
At the sitting of the conference in Con
Braided and Tapered Oil Silk Lines.
stantinople on the 10th the Russian rep
resentative asked an explanation of the Six Spliced Split Bamboo Rods,
JAfiand 167 Necond «»t., Portland, Or
action of the British in occupying Suez.
Dufferin replied that the step was taken
in consequence of the military necessity HUDSON’S
and in order to save the town from de
S8 First street, Portland, Ore*«*.
«UNB, PliTOLM AND AMMVMITION
structiou and pillage.
The president of the board of trade
said that he bad uo control over foreigu
immigrant ships, but understood that
American and German consuls had taken
proper care to eqnip the wrecked steamer
Mosel. He added that he received no
complaint of the treatment or condition
The steamer Mosel which went aground
at Lizard signal station on tbe 9th, is
Tarkle of ICverr Daeerlpit«*.
now almost entirely submerged. The
wiud is east and sea increasing. The
For Cuts, Burns,
mails and specie were forwarded by
train from Falmouth. It is believed
that they will lie shipped to New York
by tbe steamer Maine.
Corns, ete.,it has
The train south bound for Lake
George, came into collision with an extra
Sold hr Drug
engiue near Putnam on the lltli.. Both
engines were wrecked and the baggage
gists and coun
and drawing room ears went down the
try stores at 10
bank. No one was killed or badly in
cents |»er box.
jured in the passenger train; Leonard,
engineer of the extra engine, was killed.
The London Daily News hears that
the duke of Richmond took the lead at
the meeting of conservative peers at
D. J. Malarkey & Co.,
Lord Salisbury’s residence yesterday iu
urging concessions in the controversy
between the two houses on the arrears of
rent bill. Only 17 peers, or one sixth of
those present, supported Lord Salisbury. Has reopened at 44 Front Street. Portland, Oregon,
next to Wadham’a A Elliott's.
The London Athenienm says Prof. Es
march, an eminent German surgeon, has
published a lecture which he deliverer!
Orders and Consignments
before the Physicologieal Society at Kiel
on the treatment of General Garfield's Will receive onr prompt attention.
wounds. Prof. Esmarch’s lecture was
to the effect that Gen. Garfield might
have been alive but for the treatment he
The formation of a new ministry at
Alexandria was announced on the 11th,
with ('lieriff Pasha as prime minister
Most of the present ministers, excepting
Ragheb Paslia, retrain in office. Sulei- .
man Pasha will take the portfolio of min
ister of education, anil Chenff Pasha |
minister of religion. They are both par
tisans of Arabi Pasha.
A the conclusion of the conference on
codi.lcation of the international law. at
Liverpool, a letter was read from Lowell,
3OR ANYONE WHO WII.I. LEAF.?:
United States minister at London, stat
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and Cloak Cutting, and, with acorret mcas-
ure and perfect cutting, produce a bad fitting
of the negotiations now proceeding at
garment. Several improvements have jus»,
been made. Agents to sell and leach wanted
Washington relative to international
in every town. Good agents car. ,aake pvm
copyright, as publishers have such
110 to 1» per day. KKLLXMMI A JILLRON.
weighty influence against it.
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