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m ajnassjos era ymnaiii
nmk' kindly ,aml boapbaU
iou my tourney sou
(ass pnatf esstL very ara-atii.
'tsr.ra.aAeT ft WMNMmO
llralM "tba aeajroo." '
psftka very.etaaM Iowa, built
. 'H . k teak efT jbtv StHMJimiqu
,.; OMtWf or, few houses, ono of
I la avatara bekoagln to Ucn. Linn's
i-UwT H l o the treat thmaah.
"ilr'ft8imU'iiUeitaottWrfc, but (t
j .sassi as-as-a asaaar mail a nn niun ri . bib w tsar sat inn in
!;f .hieaaiaa place of any considerable com-
J 'la'lM'eeuraaef lima become a largo In.
5 'saae) town, M II la aarrouaded by a good
I sfcnaiag exruntry,
? TfcM alibi aol finding a bouaoto atop
svi, i um my noree on ma Dana oi me
ia ystmaa river, anu aiepi sounaiy un;
lkadaofa(Jn oak tree, with try
a baa at my pillow, and a larse fij.1
ftaa aea warm., Wtitd'J arrived at
laa aayoo, wbloh ii a narrow patsta
,aailea long through tho Umpqu Matin
lalas whioh aeparataa the 'Rogue Rifcr
yallajr flora tha Umoqua'. I found it Iin-
wmmmm tor turn io procsev any innner.
JTlM.Iadfeaa aro under arms In great num.
tola, aad have, attacked the wMfee even
hlba,lewa of Jacksonville. The com
MHialoaUon Utween here and tho mine ii
MUralyetH ef, and aome packer who
KaragOM .through the canyon have been
obliged, to 'return. All the ecttlcn who
lived la tba Boguo River country litre
left their ekim and gooo to Jacksonville.
Saaao thirteen or fourteen white have been
kilted, aid aavcral houte along tho road
hat keen baraed down by tbo Indian.
Seate paekera have repreienled tbo num
bevaf the latter aa being very great, but
tba report are o cotifliciioir that It it
difficult to form -a correct judgment a to
tbelr camber, or.lhe real itato of affair.
It b eertain, however, that several tribes
or JatUan, vix: the Shaatas, the Klamath,
Lakes, Grave Creeks, Cow Creeks, Co
quills, and some ssy the South Umpquas
save unttea, ana ioai inctr number can
not. bo lasa than 600 warrior, ail well
araaad. They have taken from the white
100 bead of cattle, are encamped together
at TabU Rook near Jacksonville, and de
termined to fight to tbo last. They have
Already bad two akinnisbes with the
wlkkaa, aad have been victorious each
tirna. If r. HardJag tha lawyer and for-
is amoncst the killed
GeaeralLane passed through tho canyon
ahaat tba 90th last, with some men, to
r la ant a stop to nostiluies. 1 re
aea time at the canyon, waiting
saaay to pass on. but findincnono.
aai as.Msag raadnesa to risk tho journey
alasjik particularly aa the houMtalong the
ftM bad been all abandoned, I returned
to WiaohesUr, where I would bo under
saaaaswasa and find tomethmi: for mv
Jsoraa ta eat. I stopped two dsys nesr
Wiaebteter with II whom I knew at
Oregon. City, but finding the news from
the asine every day less encouraging I
renlved, la order to ssvo lime, io alter
tt alaa ortraveline. and to co to Scotu
b, ,h aad visit that part of the country,
ana tnea oa tny return to go to Jackson
Villa if I found it posiible. I accordingly
left for Scollsburgh on Iho 17th of Au?.,
aad arrived there after two davs iournov.
finding, on my arrival there, tlio steamer
.waaungtoa, ready to make a trip to Koete
Bay, I applied to Mr. Allan, or the firm
of Allan, M'Kinloy ii Co., to whom she
belongs, and procured a pasiage on her.
Wo arrived tho (IrMdayat I'mpqus. City
at tbamaulli of the Umpqua river, and on
Saturday the SOlh wo cmk-avorcil lu cross
tbo Umpqua Bay. W'c found tho break.
era too high and the vcallir too aloriny
to put to aea, but on the following morn
ing (Sunday) wo crowd tlio bar with
great difficulty aud with much risk, and
altera atormy pauaco ho anchored safe
ly in Koose Day. Ve were scarcely out
W.iW. The little steamer, however, con-
trary to the expectations of all on board. !
whogavetliemscrvesupntlot,woailiorci"vcri " Mil time, would make It trouble.
tha storm gallantly, and IhankatoGod wo somo to lay tho foundation. Hit expert-
CM eaiety over me bar at hoo.o liav. A
' company of 20 persons, among.l whom Is j
- Dr. Shields, halo commence J to build a
town aix mllca from tho mouth of the Uay,
Whleh promise beforo lor.I to 1.0 tho lar-
E? "S??!5"" ,n .on-. Ilcaui. ,
S !!". .TVi 7"rl... " TB ' '"n I
vrnojui', oiiu una ia wiiui niuucct: mo to ,
rtefca passage on tho Washington, in ordor
to visit it and judia for mysolf. Tho en
trance to4he bay I tafo. The bar is one
tnlle wide, and I havo bocn told that at all
jtsge ef the tide a "ship of any tonnago
Will find plenty of water tegetovorit.
Tho Day itself Is a beautiful sheet of Ha
ter, sheltered on all sides except the X. W.
It i aome 39 miles long and varies from
'oa te three mile in width. Al its hoad
ab Koose (or Coote) river joint it whloh
teaavigablo for twenty.five milos abovo
Ha ; mouth for ships of any burthen, and
'haa aome' ytry valuable water-power.
Tba banks of the river, as well as Ilia Day
are surrounded by a very extensive form.
Ufoeunlry, covered with an abundance
affcto white oedaf timber, well caloulatcd
farldmber. Thev have found here veiv
xteaaiveoealbankt. Ihavovlslltd them
atyaolf aeen them worked handled and
Md tne 9011 ana louna 11 excellent, as
'aa' I am a' judge j we burned it on
led tbo Washington instead of wood.
ll (a oaleulaled to make Koose
-iIJ-Aii eif iveonl Imnneinnn.
iH'MsfW oflbe new town it "Gmplro
V It already divided Into oi,
.of which bar been purchased
are aft least 69 peraan camped here
onaaf alr.'lV The y i reaelved me most
' anii;boaSaVd metfotnearlirWoak
."'.iOn fo-morraw I atari fcr Umn-
uaaitv. ' I muit wslk elamr Ihdlioseh.
.. ' . .i . .jfc. ,
aa the Waihlagton haareVurned. "There
area great aumberortnUitni here.
From Umsoua City I MtofWolUbura
All the mini ig baaiaeu up to this lime has
been principally dona lie re, and, when I
passed by before there waro two vcsiets In
tba river fiawtaa- Fraaelsao. It it a
plaea that.ia laat arogrcslag, but thorite
la very obiectleaabla ia aay opinion. anJ
ouilding araaad. vary aearor . Tho grass
la ao-badibatf tarn obliged to buy. oat
oaaa a uay ier aay: aorse. i nave ires
passed on your, lime, buttl have dono and
remain, Yours respectfully. C. J.
friaky MorelBg, faftaaBbar lfi, 1161.
OCrThe Fuosral 8ermon of Dr Looy
ill be delivered ia tha Congregational
Church on next Sabbath at ten o'clock,
A.M. . i
.' 05" W hare received tbo annual cala
togue of the "Female Medical College of
Pennsylvania, located at Philadelphia."
It contains tho names of 31 ladles, metric
ulants, and tho degree of M. D. was con
ferred upon niue ladies at the annual Com
mencement, Jan. 27, 1853.
We highly approvo of tho iJea of ladies
taking the degree of M. D. Females, wo
Iwliovc, frequently tuneT great distress
from not explaining fully tho symptoms of
their disease. Dut when there aro fe
male physicians in attendance these diffi
culties will be removed. This 1st the
only institutson of tho kind we have heard
of In tho United States. It is sahrto be
in a flourishing condition.
(fir The sidewalk is extending in the
upper part of tho city. At the lower ctid
it is in a bad condition, haing never been
replaced aiuce it was torn up during the
extreme high water last winter. Should
It bo neglected until winter approaches,
the pedestrians below will havo a moist
time passing back and forth. Are wo to
havo any more alJo walks I and aro those
going to bo repaired that we have al ready 1
These are question that should cngsg
the attention of the city fathers. We
shall not be much inconvenienced ourself,
but we knew several who will be.
KrMr. R. R. Thompson left hero for
the States last winter,-to cross the pleioi
thir season. We learned that he had re
jurned on Tuesday evening last. Hole A
Ih. State. Isst Spring will. 1500 head of, .
sheep. Atthatlmo he left them, some- j,,
wntreon onnno nier, upwnnis u. uwi,,.,,,.. ,, ,.,,, lh.r whm, ,. j,.
had died or wcro lot in dmcrcnt wavt.l
Ho oxpeclt to gel into this valley with
about S00 head. We havo'not seen him,
but we welcome him back, and hope his
fiock will bo doubled befuro tho next 13
(rGoiley's Lady's Hook for August ia
Lcforo us, (the July number did not come
to hand) and a splendid number it is ton.
Tho fashion plates are complete, and in
this far olf region, well timed. Godey
appears f lermincd to keep pace, if not a
liltlo ahead, of tho progress of tho Hints.
(CrThn Phrenological Journal, and the
Water Cure, do. have been received.
The former we consider a taluable work;
the latter we know but little about, and
can only say that its typographical execu.
lion !a par excellence.
KfWo sco that Dr. M'l.nughlln in ro-
building his breakwater preparatory for
., . . . , , , ' . ,.
,,,e w'0,or- A ri of fcw fcct '" lhc
once, however, in such Improvements rcn
,. 1. 1.1-1,1 ,
der h'S '" 1
,0 Mlcuro " ln
probable that he will bo ablo
ffl-Th,. V. V. TWAune eontatna tho ru.
of,,on, Rufu, Cboalo on DANIEt
Waaeraa. dellv.red at Dartmouth Collen.
' , ,
on mo atnot juiy. we navo omy nau
timo to glance at It ; but it fa considered
a tho masterpiece of all that haa appeared
in any shapo respecting the publlo aervi.
ccs of that dlttlnguithed Individual. It
occupleaover six columns In tha Tribune
OtTSomo men do good to thoso that
despllofully uso Ihom from dlfTorent mo
lives than that enjoined in tha Good Douk.
Wo know one man whottioka clot or than
a brolltor to the vory men who aro aap.
ping hit very lifo'a blood from him.
OtrBuilncs in Oregon is generally
conducted upon the caih principle. This
remark, we believe, is true in everything
except printing and preaching.
OiTSomo men cat to live, others llvo to
eat, whllo thero I ono we-wot of who live
by the thin of hi tttlh.
OCrWo yield a good deal of our cdito
Lrja (Paeo totl)e BSW r,0,n io Atlantic
(Ptuiw ?nd California.
Ifethlag ef Importance ha transpired
outtha mints linos our last, alMeaat
notang liaa come to liamt. mat tne maw
lerfwill bo sDoedilv aettled OB tho c round
assumed by Ilia Superintendent, via t thai
the Indiana be immediately removed to
some other portion af Oregon, such aa may
bo aailgncd them by government, wo think
extremely doubtful. They oonttnd atrong.
ly and earneatly for the ground of their
nativity, and aay too that they will fight
to the last man for their hereditary rlghta.
They aro a bold, Intrrpld and revengcftil
race. This sort of prejudico Is by no means
confined tolhat particular tribe or tho tribes
engaged in the war ; but the eame feel
Ing ia prevalent among all the tribea m
habiting the Wlllamotlo valley, and in
other pcrtlona of the Territory. They
cling with great tenacity to their old fish.
Ing and hunting grounds. To get rid of
them, compulsion will be necessary. They
aro a nuisanco to the white settlers whtr.
ever they llvo In oloso proximity. Their
limits have been circumscribed, and their
chances far obtaining a living lessened
and all the beat lands, particularly of this
valley, occupied by white Millars. Io
them thero appears to be no other alter
nativo left but to steal. Petty thefts are
becoming quite frequent. Their wn'a
aro not many, and their thefts are confinod
principally to article of food and wearing
apparel. If the citizens in the mining
country had their full awing, ar.d the pow.
cr to do It, they would soon provide errr.
Iiitlitifi homes for tho Indians in that quar
ter. No treaty with tho southern Indians
can be entered into that the whitss will
feel safe, under after it is mado. There
is trouble in the future, no mailer whether
tho war is at an end or not.
(KrA person named Elijah Gibson,
carpor.lcr.of Cumberland, Maryland, was
accidentally drowned on Friday last. He
was at work on the steamer "llelle of Or.
egon City," and while in theactoapring
ing a plank around the guard at the atom
of the boat tho fastemnga gave way and
, , 5 ' , , lln amount: one paper, (German) received! havo probably reautted in favor of tho
knocked from the atagiag.fs..nn . ' ' ' , ' - ,. I, '
. , r 300; two, over 93,000; four of them democrats.
the man waa
lie aank and did not appear to the aurfaco
of the water at all after he touched it.
Search was immediately made far him,
but the body was not recovered for sev
eral hour afterward. It waa finally
grappled by means of hooks attached to a
pole. We understand he haa no parents
-Hiving. lie was engagod to a young lady
in Cumberland, Md. Had ha lived it was
his intention to have returned In a short
time to marry her. lie made no disposal
nftilm j.fT.f., tin, mmlA mlnnn Iia lioe luin
(h- Te... w,,car0( whch h m)m,.
,(o a ycar ,Wi ,htt In thefyeol
i"- - " - - - "-
had should go to this young lady .: whom
he was to hate Ijecn married
His remains wore taken care of by tho
Odd Fellows, of which Order he was a
member; and on Sunday laat was suitably
intorrl by that Society.
A 'jury of inquest waa held over tho
corpse, and the following it the verdict:
C'oaoMiaa Ihqi'ut. A iurv havinir been duly
swoxu to examine Into the rnue of death of Elgeh
(2i!eon, render a verdict of accidental death from
drowning. toaata llaacur, Coroner
Oregon City, Sept 10, 1 HiJ.
OCrThe facta respecting the publication
of iho list of letters havo not been altered,
although an apology for tho pott master
has been made. Ilia facts aro, he prom
ised tho list to ua individually, several
timet, without solicitation on our part.
Tho post master said he intended it for
the Spectator in tho presence of one of our
hands, a good democrat, and one general-
I I. Loam... In tt.!.. ... .nil Aa n ... m n.
I, KllV'.il ,1, ,1,1a vviiiHiuiit, an m iiibi, v,
veracity. If it becomes necessary we
will show up the duplicity of the powers
that be. Tho perversion of ihe law and
iho facts are too apparent lo require ex
tended comment, or tho assistance of Mr.
Holbruok. And the pretended defenee
only render the guitty party mora ridlc
ulou. Wo rely upon tho fact, and we
can give good democratic authority lo
ubalantiat them. Men in authority, or
out of it, should always havo due regard
for their word, even in imall thing.
btrWo are obliced to the "Statesman"
for tho compliment paid u. We are.
proud to find that what we write la attrib
uted to wiser and abler head than our.
Certainly, we shall not complain, if Mr.
II. does not. He undoubtedly ha leu
reason to bo satisfied than us.
OCTWir'aro indebted to Capt. Murray
. ..... i
for J. W. Kulllvan'a aupply of Poraign
andmerican papers. Adam At Co.,
and Wells, Fargo A: Co had a oleaa race
the last hitch, but Mr. Hereford ha rid
den the fast pony over this course before,
and ia acquainted with the cut-off.
(KrA young man named Ha.ll, waa ar.
rested at tho Cascade a few daya since.
charged with having robbed an Indian of
two hundred and Ulty dollar. voruana
&" grand Agricultural and llortlctil.
lure) Fair a to bo held In tha oily of Sari
Franctsoo, commencing about thofirai of
Oclfchar, ' and continuing' one month.
Prises amounting to two thousand dollars
are oflered for the beat specimens of fruit;
dowers, grain, dec, that shall be exhibited
at the fair. To show tho object mora ful.
ly we Insert Iho following card addrossed
to us on the aubjeol :
8K huNciaco, A "1. 185.1.
V pnwatthU CireaUr ta you with the Inn-r
hoi that It will awl year Mtlr approUtloit eud
your litany os-spciatloa In tl plana pnpoml
Um sf III fftsltd otijwU to lw ol.Hlnf J by Ilia
tkultiu Fair, la Ui fonir glini( to-
Klhf r of tha tnat majority oft
(toil, aad U ralatt of block.
It WornUlfcthliKCNaor Arricullme llut
ahoald bv-om. known to oach other, that thrral
ahouM he an latrrchan(o ofihooo trulU obtains,! I
ftilllwa Inaa Its ilia J.ftLu.. .tlu .. .....i,.
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ana pm,iM urns aolool tho Imt rot Uio
Tbo ertanlulloa of n Btalt Airiculland Socio -
typMaporaianoiillMoi.,l,oootin, a mailer
of Uio bbnast hnporlanco, and a Mhlrcl that will,
rf.Su rL duil-c o
A VoniM of HoieatSw lcturro. duilnc
wook of Um EaaiUllon. will bo around If PomUo.
Wt shall to jratoful for tvtrjr NiriteUon jou
nay nleooo to onor, that in your opinion will tend
to tho general Interest of Ihle front orionoo.
Waaaan fc Hox.
Haavv RnrniRar. One of the most
daring robberies that has etr occurred
on this coast, was perp-tlrated on the 4th
inst. on the road between Sonora and
Stockton, California. Tho exprrss box of
Nowfll, At Co., ccntaining 945,000 troas.
uro. Speaking of the robbery, tho San
Joaquin Rrjmblican remarks:
"Tho box contained eomo tJ'.'j.OOO ni
it ia aupnosed, for It look two men to lift
iiirominogroinu. ino atagcurryr am
not diKCover tho robbery until ho had
reached the river, when he porcoived that
the straaa had beeu cut and all the bag
gage, Ate, missing. The plan of tho rob
bery mutt have been mot shrowuly laid,
still the robber cannot fail to bo caught."
OCTUov. IHclcrol Unlirernia, savs Ilia
Sau Franelaco Herald, haa cautcd the
census returns to be published in somo'
nine dilTerent journals in that Slate, at a
cost of 9.10,043. Thoallowancoisvarud
received 93,0el0 ; one received 9 1,00-?,
and the ether 92,380.
The Herald remarks further
What tervtceo were rrulerrJ for this brgo Mm
of moneyr mmwy ). etphnUog Uiat anypn.
have irfurmed for ono tbou-andl
dollara. and allowed n haudeotno nnifit io tbo.havo carried this Stale for Governor, and
printer I Tha actuel coet of tho lab f tho CrtLl..!.! . ...U.ti. .fil,. Pa.........
VOOO copies, fioSludlaf eo,poJtioV prroa-imr. e'tcit,i nJrily or the Congressmen,
paper, etc.) blem than 9100; and onch add tlonnl j New OlLKAMa. The number of deaths
S&ttLJ2t:&! " ye"ow f.v,r In M. city anding the 3U,
ncqnalnted with Uw eoei of pnnluw, luting n'of July waa 0(r3. For the three weeks
lb Augu.tVJ.th. number of death.
vl VJU, t4J,to pmnotoliia eeliwi and corrupt
"fr..Mk "" ": Wwacnih. amount
paid Uio Herman per and eomo of the Govern-
W. putjeuU, eeu.
O'lr legislature haa been lest profligate.
The order has been limit J, io its publi.
cation, to one journal, viz: tho "official
paper." Ahem I I
(ttr Tho execution of Patrick Filgcr.
aid took plaoe in New York cily on tho
17th of Juno, and thore were only about
100 porsons present. Wo aro glad to sco
that the morbid curiosity usually evinced
on such occasions, ia ao liltlo indulged In
a present. There ia but little doubi thai
Iho Interest has btcn, in a grcil measure,
Icascned by Iho many forfeits of life, in
tho way of hanging. I
OCrThero are acveral kinds of toiil :
a-void, de-void and aching. oid. Our
pune it tufioring very much from tlio lat
ter. Wo would havo no objections for
Ihoie In arrears on our old subscriptions
ministering toil relief Iho little balances
on our books.
rVntV. L. . .I.!-..!.... ...1.1
v- . uiimtju r.iuiiiiig ariiuir, vrnueii
by . democrat, ur the M that has
Intel V linn transnlnnfril illtn m lltar. nulh. I
j , , ...
ern soil, (and of course a more congenial
one,) bdt wo shall pursuoa different coiirsoj
iu wai ui wiiiora iu ruioronco m us. vve
think our apaoo can bo better occupivd.
There is such a thing aa becoming to well
Ml'CII HXCITEMKNT AT DlAVHR IStANIl.
News waa received in the city, yotlur
day. that there had been a driporato row
between tho Gentile (Iho name given lo
the Inhabitant near Heaver Island,) and
tho Mormons on Heaver island. Soma 13
er H of tha latter went to thn main laud
to eubpeuna two
wo witneuc. They tear, -
hore quick, or thoy would
air Island allvo. Thoy im-
nped Into ih.lr boat, and
told to leave thore
never reaoh th
were fired upon six of litem verv badlv
wounded. The Gentile cliaaod them somo
distance into the lake, and tho Mormons
took? protection on a vcaaol which warly
.c. i.... i I nt a, ...
ng thero becalmed. The Mormon were
ell armed, out aid not lire a gun ; and
it eeemed that tha assault wa altogether
unprovoked. Thero may be good cause
for ,t however, aa it la aaid that the Mor
mon are vory troublesome, dealing a v.
eryihlng they can put their hand upon.
Only a abort time age, Strang, tho leader,
weat to Orand Traverse, purchstod 9160
worth of soods, dec, and paid for them in
counterfoil, menev. Chase was given lo
him and tba cooda again obtained Bur.
News f raN Ike atatea.
The aleamthlpSboluinbla arrived at
Portland on'tha morr.lug of tha 19m, lnil.f
having been detained at Ilia ntoulh of the
river. b hour by ihahsxlneaaof the at
moiphoVe. Immediately after the'leinding
ofthe steamor, the oxpreaameu wcro dla.
patahrd for this place, and before aoven
n'olook both companlee furnlahed in with
paperaof Iho lateat dales from the Atlan
tic Stales ; tho Trlbuno, Herald, and Si.
tauis papers of Aug, S, and CalCVrnla
ilnlca to the Hlh of September.
Tho race for this oily waa pretty tight
betwoon Adama fe Co.'s and Walla, Far
go Ac Co.' expreuta , but Mr. Hereford,
(of Adam At Co.') an old competitor,
dtttanced hi rival some ten minutes.
Thanka to both for tholr llmely altenlloiia
The Cnlifonila election took place or,
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I iltrniiifliitni iIiaAioIa. Tho rBull io vnrv
1 , , . , . ,, ,, ,, .. ,..'
"oudiiui. tno iieraia, oan iranc.wo,
Inclinealo Ihooninlon that Waldo, whiff.
l"'- Tha IhmU, alihough demo.
cratlo, opposed llisler'n election. It be.
longatolho Independent wing of the de
mocracy. Missouri Kucti'o.n. Sinco tho olec
tiona (if Augual it haa been aacerlalned
that tho whig party ia alill in existence.
Thn whig have need Io lake courage,
and no doubt will, from the results In their
favor. The elections in Mlaaourl have re
sulted in the election of one whig and one
democrat, the former in the ittrnlk dis
trict and the latter in tho lAirrf. There
were four candidatra in iho field In the
,CYf nth, and tho aiicceaaful man laSam'l.
i, ..,.,... . .Ild cialharn. V. J.ck.on
is the member olect ofthe third,
Kewcarr. Thla State has gone for
tho Whigs by very deciaive majorillea.
L'ight out of ten membcra elect for Con
gresi aro whig", and two domecratt. In
both houjoa I ho majorillea are largely whig
AtAlUMA.Soma of tho spers report
that tho Whig cajulidalo is elccteil (lover'
nor. Wo do not, howevor, sel it down at
certain. Tlio Congreaaional elccliona
Trxa. The result is not known, but
there wore nine candidates for Governor
xin.tue Held, each en hie own noon : seven
of them were democrats.
' ".- mougni mo wnige
amounted to .1,1 a oi yellow levor nmne,
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In the evening, from the .oo c.u.o I7H.
It it truly distressing to contemplate
such destruction of human lifo by that
rriuio scourge .-n.. .., - -,, u-kk-K"' " "7 ",
The principal items of Interest from tlio ,c.an -"l6,1" hi oily ' lbs evening of
, ,, . , ,1 Ihe sainn day en which ihey lld at A-
atra nnd Fortign parts wo glean from ,,inwall.
0 N. O. Delta of tho 7lh. Wo give Anew opposition steam line haa been
tho N. O. Delta of tho Tils.
llicin below : ,
Col.lllisaoflhoU.S. Army, so inlaw'
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iml I'rivato aocrutary to tlio lata I'reti
dunl Taylor, died of yellow fever on tho
nth Intl., at Bast fascsgoula, Miss.
Scnalor S. A. Douglas, allot tho "Wi s
tern Giant," bow in Kurope, hat becoinu
a convert lo the Roman Catholicfaith,
and hat publicly joined tho Churc'i, at
Daniel S. Gregg, of Spriugfirl J, III., hat
been appointed by tho President, Commit
sioner to tha Sandwich Islands.
Yankee Sullivan, it is said, haa made a
tilf.ti In iiak, will. Mnrrlfl.nl ill uli.m.
alon of California, about the middle o.
I autumn, for 91,000 a aide. I
j a tide.
o, a distinguished Ken-1
ed at Harrodtburgh on
I Col. T. P. Mooro,
'lucky politician, died
Mm 1 III, nil.
"f'TK'AB: .UnuMan' $SZ
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i no umpnror oi iiussia not not tea ro
ported) accepted tha mediation of the
tirrat rowers. v
Tho Turks have okdered iho doslrnc
lion of all the bridges over tho Danube.
Tho Government has ratified tho con
tract of tho Central Paris Railway Comna-
ny. Its capital is thirty millions of francs.
It waa rumored that Queen Christina, of
bpain, was at Paris intriguing With Iho
Kmperor Napoleon for Iho establishment
or one oi iter children aa monarch or Alex
Humboldt ha wrlllrn a letter In bohalf
of the construction of an oceanlo canal
without locaaaorouinoiMiimuaoi uarien,
for Consress in Tennesaeo and MiuiviipDi
seem to bo gelling pugnacious. Wa no.
tleed a reneontra between Meair. Church
woll and Mavnard, of Tennessos. in our
UaVomd now wa havo lo record a alill
moro sorious one between Meaar. Hark.
dale and Davis, In Mlsalaalppl. Tho dlf.
fioulty occurred in a privato room at
Vieksburg. Darkadal wa cut some S
or 10 time wllh a knife, but his wound
are not dangerous, Union.
OCrTbo yellow fsvor hu been raging
bsysnd all preoedent at Maw Orleans.
For tha week codlag 311 July Ihera were
.,.,,, - r.for.0o ,o point, on the aaUSStSjISi, ,heS'i? ' r.
Han Miguel and Cuplca. orncer, and meat or the craw. Tba ur. Is
" P I001?,," d?WDf d ,n -I""'"! to
fitrSoma of lha congressional candidal.. !hk fol fc"'1?.!!!!:. ?1! !.rii ,
(ty Wn give up our column Io day la
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ino.iiiiiirTaiiiig iibwh iroiii n ijuonoiv,
broaglit by the aleamer Northerner, from
Australia we hear of the total lots of tha
(totlhahlp Monumental City, formerly ply
Ing between thla port and Panama, lip.
ward of ihlrlv pauongar went down in
her. Tha gold mine were yielding a fair
return), although It I evident that thou,
and are unable ta rrallxo auffloleat la
ava Ihemselvea from dealllUlleaJ 'Mel.
bourno was crowded with houielett and,
Poverty-stricken nmlgranlt, without means
lo sustain themselves ihcro or to reach tha
mine. The thlpmtnt of gold du'tl loKng.
land continued large, no (est than 300,000
ounces, wenh 9V00,()00, having been
taken by one atomncr. Tho telal ahlp.
men! of gold dust from the Colony ef Vlo.
lorla, from iho lat of January lo the Hlh.
of May, four months ami a half, was 7M0,.
I'JI ounces, valued a 91 1, 800.000. Con
siderable t xoliemen'l prevailed ia the Aut
Irallan marketa. Many important article
were axcrrdlngly scarce, and price's ruled
extravagantly high. In aome pari of lha
interior provisions commanded famine
ratea. Great ifaitaln, it will be tee, baa
wisely listened la Ihtt oomplalnte of the
Colonists and autharlxed ihtm to adopt
new ixnswuiloni lor Ihalr uovarnment,
In tha plaoe of tha wretched tvtltm now,
in operation. Van Dlemen'e Land ftk
length to bo relieved of the curse of Iran,
poriatinn. San Fmnciico I It raid, Stfi 8.
(Kr We txprraa everythlnn whea w
aay the contest yesterday waa but an Im.?1
Il.ll.a af m Is.aaa. .!..!. O.. !. "
iiaiiwi, v i,,iih,,v vivuiim,. oan rrnn
clsco has novcr witnessed suoh bald, un.
mitigated fraud aa were yesterday per
petrated by the lligltritoa. Ily the most
unheard of bribery, and all manner of
electioneering devices, tjiey succeeded in
polling a much larger yoto than waa ex.
peeled, aud last nlghLwero in great glee
at their Imagined victory. The contest for
Cily and County officers wat so much cut
up that It ia impossible lo conjeclure Ibe
result. The vote will bo close. We be
lieve, howetar, that Waldo haa carried
tha county by a decitivn majority. Ih.
Tiik I.akukst Caiiniia i.i me WtM.
We received last evening, says tin-.!
Litlijornm, (torn the garden or Mr. John
Aldersey, on the Mission mad, the largest
cabbago thai, probably, the earth ever pro
duced certainly Iho larrest of which
ihero Is any account. Thla remarkable
plant, elamiing in ila natural petition,
measure three fret and one Inch In ill.
amelor, Including tho loose Iravea sur
rounding I bo head. The head itself, which
ia very solid and perfectly while .measures
thirteen inchoaln diameter, and the whole
weighs lliiriy. four pounds. Anolher evi
dence of the productive power of Califor
QiT Wn have rrcrived the Panama Dally
Star of August tioth, which contains the
following home of .news :
We woe yoaiarday lufrtrmad on the- j
highest authority that the Pacific Mail J
nleamahip Company, Iho I'acifio Railroad
Company, and lha United Stale Mall
Slcatrwhlp Company have agreed lo ap.
Slcatr.jhlp Company have agreed lo I
propriete a largn amount of money to I
iUt',fft 0?w J1B1rt ,m 0i,nt7of ,
fWnce in"ptilllnn In speedy and com.
pleln repair tho Crucet road, to that pea.
.ncngerji, with ll.rir baggage, if they wlah,
starlnl between New York and thla cily,
I'anama, or whirli Um liral boat will
!. It.. t. uBn. -I'l. a.-- lo. .1 .1
io Uncle Sim. Tho Star haa the fol
lowing on the subject :
(iur renders will U highly pleased lo
notice that thn new, ttnbln and magnificent
leamship Undo Ham ia now lying at Ta.
boga, preparing to leavn on ihe let proxi
mo, ii r immediately after lha arrival of
thn paaaengnra hv Iho favor I In opposition
aleamer Union, (,'apl. Richard Adama,
from New York on tlsiit day, (.Oth Intl.,)
ticketed for Iho llnole Sam.
This tplcndid Kttamer ha mado iho
aharlctt 1 1 n by four dnyt, errr mmti from
.Nrw Vork to thla port, and from her well
"'I'"-"-' H'i excellent reputation gaineil on
Known (inn excellent reputation gaineil on .,
,,,n 0,ncr W,,n' wo confidently Took for a
large nuinU'r of pa.-cngcr for her, who "
will lcao New Vork on tho Uuion and ' toi'
wf -Jf to K l-. ourm.d.r.
Mlinlllin lliifln Nam utlll tMVin kn rnllirjnt
'that lha Uncle Sam will noon bo followed
by Iwo magnificent steamers, built ex.
prcasly for tho I'acifio trade, with great
power, and on the llko principle, wbloh
ensures roomy acoommodallena with the
Loss or the Steamship Monumenta'. .
Citv, ANiiTmaTT.oNR Lives. The Times
and Transcript I in receipt of a letter from
Panama, datod August UOth, anneunaing
tho lot of lha Steamahlp Monumental Cily,
wllloll alruflk nn n Oltnb.n e-f k-Jar-
Melbourne and Sydnoy, In Ihe maath of I .
May laat. Thlrty.one live were leat.l ' V
principally women and ohlldrena. Slit h daf Ua
lah aleamer tram tha aouth had J ait arri.i ."T
vodfrom Panama, bringing thla Intelll-J TJ
ence, and Autirallan datea to lha 10th of
June. Wa understand tha steamer bad
changed owner previous ta lha dlaaatar
we hava recorded above. 1
CATcittifo Salmon at ruvALLur. Be
fore breakfast on Saturday memlnc laat.
Mssara. Rtl.v d Swan at mt La J wkb
their aelna, brought aafely ta eher tight
toindrtd an wry aaieneta larga aaimon.
Wa doubt If lha fisaarlea of aay part el
Ihe world oan oompar witn ineaa orru
gel Bound, Columbian;
(rrCoaacloaa Mr pglh aaakts) aM oour.
Aad la i