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l&fclsl'i) Jpregoii talesman.
ALr.M, TUESDAY. OCT. 15.
THE CITY AND COUNTY.
From Daily of A'atuntar, Oc . 12.
Dat or Atontmejtt. Last eveains t
sundown tho Ji wihIi Yotn lvi;pur com-im-ncrd.
Accord iiii- to the ancient Jewish
calf-lid ir ail holidays sire In M and uLst-rved
from Hiinst't: tluTi-fore this Day of Atone
mint, which coiimuncfd last eyming at
Kundown. will end Kxlay at the same time.
"Yoni Kippur, h Hebrew word, the transla
tion of winch U '-Day of For(-iveneKi-," lulls
nm the t--nth day of the Jewuh mouth.
Tishri, and U strictly obsirvt-dliy all Isr-w-l-iteg
n tlieir must important dav. I ti--y
the KtricbMt orthodox in their beliefs or the
most liber.il and relbi nxd, and it is always
npt-nt in pravi r and fa.slint:. It is the last
day of the Asaris Yeuia Tt-xl'iina. or the ten
lay of repentance, bepniiiu with thetirst
lay of the Jewish mouth Kisliri. It is the
Jewish lielief. and their religion U-achc-s.
that having Tvjv-iited tlnring these ten days
of the iast year ineami-stnisand8iiicerity.
ond resolved to live hereafter as the law of
their rillLCiou and the land teaches them, by
making a safritiee of fasting all day in the
Yom Kippur. they will lx- forgiven the
uroiif-s they have' bfien guilty, liusiness
will bv; entirely suspended amuiijj the Jew
ish people until imusct this evening.
The SrpREXE CirRT.--There has been
the usual amount of busine.ss done this
w.:ek, but owing to the 'rowdl state of our
columns we can find space for only the de
cisions at the present time. Uelow can be
f mnd in a complete form those that have
be n nudiTeil since Friday last :
Kim-hart A OlK-rhalt vs'. Dalles Military
Itoad Co. Judgment of Circuit Court con
tinued ou motion of A. C. Gibbs with Un
per cent, damages.
Thos. Cross. Kes., vs. Jno. S. Estes, Ap.
.Tud'e XcArthur announced deciaion.
Judgment of Circuit Court affirmed,
H. K. 11 anna vs. V. F. Bonder et. ul.
Decision announced by 'hief Justice Upton.
Jmh-iucnt of Circuit" Court reversed and
cause remanded, with leave granted to the
Kespoudent to apply to the lower Court to
amend complaint. Judge XcArthur dis
sentiie.'. V. 11. Wallace. Kes., vi.J. A. Smith. Ap.
Decision aiinoiutrwl by Chief Justice.
Judgment of Cirrcit Court iffirmil.
W. Jl. ritman, Ap., v Emilv C. Pitman,
It-. Decision annonnced by Judge Prim.
Judgment of Circuit Court affirmed.
D. B. Lewis, rUs,, vs. David R. Lewis.
Decision announred by Jnde Thayer.
Judgment of Circuit Court reversed.
Ar tie Univi asm. The members of
butu H uses visi.'ed tlie Willamette Uni
ver.ity yestenlay afternoon by special in
vitation" of the Faculty. Speeches were
made by "lli-mrs. Caples." Mallorr. Stephen
son, anil A. B. Mea'ham, and Mrs. A. J.
Dnniway. They all made appropriate re
marks, and were listened to with marked
attention. The sinuinn by the school was
remirkaljv well done and elicited much
praise by the visitors in ateedauce. The
Calisthcuic exerrisi-s by the students under
'the leadership of Prof. Crawford was wit
nessed with pleasure. His class is well
lrillod and kee p excellent time. The class
is ;a very large tme, and when ranged
lown tlie Chapel in alrill order presents
real It a line amiaranc-.T The visitors left
finally, highly pJsased with the exercises of
Uncalled For. Under this head might
! mentioned some remarks made by Mr.
Fay. President of the S nata, pending the
piHsage of the Capitol Appropriation Bill,
t.ist Wednesday afternoon. Tlie remarks
vivre about the management of tlie Clie
meketa Hotel, and he t')k occasion to use
lan.'iiugf that was utterly uncalled for, and
elicit 6 the displeasure of the most ( f his
hear irs. He was no doubt somewhat riled
ov r the apuircnt success of the bill he was
p;si:ig, aul it mil- him ill-uatur,xl to-
ai d every one. Those whu have stopped at
the hotel in qmstion are aware that it is
kept in an excellent maimer, notwithstand
ing Mr. Fay's remarks about "half cooked
fo.xl and du ty talileelotlts."
The JrDlLXE. The committee having
tins altair in charge had ft meeting-yesterday
morning and mtimatid expenses for the
grand blow out. It will cost nearly $S00,
of wiiirh sum over fiOD is already collected.
A large number of invitations will be sent
out. mid it promises to be a magnificent af
fair. The committee having it in charge
are every way competent, and neither labor
' nor expense will be spared to make the
(lcDionstration a grand success.
Arm Eroke. Master Charlie Belt met
with rather a severe accident yesterday after
liism while returning home from his father's
farm aou til of thecity. Hewasabouttomount
his hurse when the animal suddenly whirled
alxiut ami threw Charlie violently to the
rf-ound. breaking one of the bones of his
right arm just above the wrist. But with
his usual pluck be mounted and rode into
town, where his injury received proper at
tention, and he is bow doing very well.
Ok Hand. Mrs. A. J. Duniway and Mrs.
M. P. Sawtelle are attending strictly to bus
iness just at present in the Legislative As
sembly. Thev each have a bill which they
are interested" in, and if p -rsevcraiiie and
!iergeric work will accomplish anything
they will undoubtedly mevt with success.
Huc'ii zeal should not go unrewarded.
Unpleasant. Yesterday morning just be
fore tlie Senate convened, Orlando if. Pack
ard, Assistant Clerk was suddenly taken
' with a severe tit which felled hiiu to the
floor. He was taken to his room and med
ical assistance rendered. He was at his
post during ttye afternoon session.
From Ihiiiy nf .Sunday (M. 13.
At Reed's Opera House.
TiwmIow T..nulng, Oct. 13th 172.
The entertainment will commence at 8li
o'clock by a grand promenade and contin
ue until 10 o'clock, during which time there
will lie a reccptiou address.
After which those present will partici
pate in ilaiu'iug, and such other amuse
ments as may bo suggested.
A grand supper will be prepared at the
Gommercial Hotel at 10 '4 o'clock.
Tinme holding invitations will please pro
cure thcLi tickets as early as possible, wnich
can boluiiid,lT applying to the commit
tee, or at the door.
11. F. rVmvwN. W. Hretman,
A. B. CKOASMAN, H. 11. tilURET,
Official Salarif.s. Toe House resolved
itself into a committee of the Whole yester
Uiy afternoon and took into consideration
the House Bill regulating the salary of coun
ty Judges aud Treasurers. The question
of the salary of tlicse officers iu this county
elicited an animated discussion among the
lV presTTita lives. Messrs. Mallory aud.'I'at
lou desired the salary of the former officer
fixed at f 1.200 per annum, while Messrs.
Darst and ngle were opposed to such high
figures and desired it fixed at $800. The
question was filially put and tlie $1,200
Amendment was carried by a small majority.
Sati buav Nioirr. Yes, it is the last day
f a week of toil and continual worry, and
we for one are glad it is over. And we are
not the only one that gives a sigh of relief,
and tliutks his lucky stars that another
week's work is done. Thousands of men,
women and children are rejoicing over the
chance of a day of resL Toe mechanic has
been working the whole six days with the
one thought of rest on tne Sablmth in view.
Tue merchant close his store with willing
hands and hies to his home with a cheerful
hiurt. In a word, what a blessed thing it is
that Saturday night comes fifty two times
in the vear.
Not ho Pad. We find that we werejtome
what in error regarding an item tliat ap
jx ared in yesterday morning's issue relating
to a sudden illness of our friend Orlando
M. Packard, Ass't Clerk in the Senate. The
"attack" spoken of was only a slight faint
ing spell, neither severe nor dangerous, aud
was caused by over exertion on his part and
loss of sleep, in attending the arduous du
ties of his office. We make the correction
Klshiso Mattees. Yesterday afternoon
was, we think, the busiest half day of the
present session. Nn less than fifteen new
ills were introduced which paused their
tirst aad second reading, and were renerred
to appropriate committees. While working
under the heard of a "Committee of the
Whole" they disposed of several important
bills. This, in connection with the nsua
routine of House business, kept them in
wssiun un til six o'clock, when they adjourn
ed, having done a good afternoon's work.
Look oct for Firm. We anxiously await
the next issue of tlie "New Northwest," as
we are informed br good authority that the
Stress thereof will take the "local repot t
er" of the Mereorv to the front and show
him nn a little in return for a personal fling
at the lady in que&oon, that appeared yes
terday morning. After all, Hyde, it don't
pay t") indulge in personalities against the
weaker (?) sex, for it sometimes happens
she proves tho stronger of the two. We
await the result
REPrBUCAJt Bally. We ask attention to
the announcement, this morning, tor a e
rnblican ltally, to be held at Reed's Opera
House, to-morrow evening, by Mrs. lTuni
wav. Dr. M. P. Sawtelle. Mrs. Johnson and
otlieTH. The women are on the war-path.
It will be quite worth while to go and hear
what they have to say. The indications are
that there will be a rousing meeting.
Dwfensatios. A .dispensation was re
ceived last Saturday from the Grand Grove
of the Ancient Order of Druids of Califor
nia authorizing the organization of a Grove
at Salem. The Oregonian informs ns that
the DroDcr officer will probably be up this
week to start the Grove in running order.
We aliall endeavor to give due notice of
any meeting for that purpose.
Called. Bt. Rev. B. Wlstar Morris, D.
D. called on tu yesterday. We learn from
him that he has made arrangements to sup
ply the pulpit of St. Paul's Church every
alternate buuuay, till sncb tune as tne
parish shall secure a rector.
Frank Wilson went to Portland Sunday
to accept a position in a telegraph oftice.
PBOUKANnC OF RECEPTION.
At Reed s Open 1'oirse, Snlem, Oct.
Doors will be opined at 7 o'clock.
Grand Opening Overture.
Reception remarks by Maj. Lord.
Supper in following order ;
Governor and Lady.
Judges Supreme Court and families.
Pn sident of the Senate and Lady.
Sixaker of the House and Lady.
X- rubers of Legislature and faiiiilits.(
State Officers and families.
Officers of the Legislature.
Citizens from abroad.
t iiizens of Salem. '
Dancing roniruin-'ca at .0:30.
A Womax's Grant X eltiso. There was
an immense meeting at the Opera House
la-st evening t hear Mrs. Dumway, Mrs.
Johnson and Mrs. Dr. Sawtel'.e, on the pn
litical issues of the day. Mrs. Duniway
made one of her characteristic speeches,
giving sharp hits and slashing slaps all
round, but sustaining cordially the platform
and candidate of the ltepuMk-im party.
Mrs. Johnson spoke for about half an hour,
in verv well chosen words, giving numer
ous cogent reasons whv the Republican
p:irtv shonld l- sustained by the women of
the country. Owing to the pressing labors
of tlie evening, we were not sble to remain
to hear Mrs. Dr. Sawtelle beyond her
opening remarks. She liegau in a very
self-possewted manner, ami we got the im
pression that she bad in hand some hard
raps for Lilierals and Democrats. The la
dies were, each, frequently interrupted
Webfoot Weather. Prejudiced parties
may complain to their hearts content alsmt
the' rainy season of Oregon, and the un
pleasant weather attendant thereon, but af
ter all on the average the Oregonians enjoy
as much fine weather as any State in the
Union. Who could ask loveHer weather
than we have had for the past many weeks,
and what otlier State has such tine evenings
as we are enjoying at the present time?
The days warm and pleasant, and the even
ing only comfortably cool. Our wet
weather even is no more disagreeable than
cold weather would be. Persons seldom
complain about the weather after living in
tiie State more than one year.
West Side Brtdoes. We have beard nu
merous complaints of late, concerning tlie
dilapidated condition of tlie small bridges
crossing gullies in Yamhill and Polk coun
ties. While we do not wish to be considered
as presumptuous or meddlesome in the af
fairs of of onr neighboring counties, still
we would call the attention of the authori
ties to such public complaint, and advise
them to look after these defects a little more
closely, or lixise and broken boards may
lead to the payment of such damages on
crippled horses as wobld in a single case pay
for the aggrejAte amount required to put
the bridges in excellent repair.
Look at Yoi-rself. Tt-rreU Gilling
liam, on State street, have just received and
placed in position a mammoth mirror 5x7
feet in size. The glass plate is very tine,
and the frame, though plain, is a haudsomu
one. It gives their store a metropolitan
look, and present a very fiuo appearance
from the street. The ladies can now ad
mire themselves as much as they like while
making their selections from the well se
lected stock of dry goods to be fonnd in this
Left Us. Waldron's Theatrical Troupe
left on Sunday's train for Portland, and ap
peared last evening at Oro Fino Theater in
that side splitting comidv. "Wild Oats."
Harry Thunder" (Kobt. Fulford) is still
with us however, owing to the severe illness
of his wife who it seems is as yet unable to
lx ar the fatigues of the trip. " By the way,
Mr. Fulford is a "typo" of several years ix
jierience which fact 110 doubt in a gnat
measure accounts for his flattering success
in his present calling.
The Illfmination. In connection with
the reception tendered by the citizens of Sa
lem to the members of the Oregon Legisla
ture will also lie a grand illumination. Tlie
Commercial Hotel will be brilliantly illu
minated as well as the stores and private
residences of many of onr influential citi
zens. It is proposid to have four lights on
every awning post along our business
Large Kiln. Probably as large a kiln
of brick as was ever burned on this coast is
I at present being burned at the Penitentiary.
it was dml Muuuay morning, ana consists
of seventy-two arches, and contains the
enormous sum of 1,100,000 brick. This
little pile will prove no small item in the
erection of our new State house, for which
purpose some of them will probably be
Oi"R GrESTS. The members of the Leg
islature. Judges of the Supreme Court, aud
members of the press, will be furnished
with complimentary tickets to the recep
tion and mil this evening. Many invita
tions have been sent abroad.
Married. Our friend Thos. J. Cottle,
the Lucky, always wins. This time it is a
wife Miss Mary A. Post of Polk county.
Thos. J., thou hast our congratulations.
Business is brisk.
Discouraged politicians tho Democratic
Gettting shorter the days.
New goods arriving daily.
Joe Teal is iif town. He favors H. B. Xo.
77 and wants to see it go through.
Winter clothing will soon be in order.
We saw a young man carrying a cradle on
liis head Sunday evening. Wonder what he
wanted (4 it.
Oue of our voting ladies was purchasing
carpets yesterday morning. Tut those two
items together and guess at the rest.
Official dix-uments are flcxxling the mails
from this city ust at present.
Quite a number of our Senators and Rep
resentatives have their families with them
in the city.
Capt. L. S. Scott, our efficient County
Sheriff, is engaged in collecting taxes, but
he finds times rather dull.
Everybody contemplates putting on their
trotting harness to-night.
The Statesman is daily growing in puli
lic favor. .Suiwribe for'it and be happy.
Itev. Bowers, the newly appointed minis
ter for the M. E. Church of this city, is en
route thither by steamer from San Fran
cisco. O. X. Denny, Portland Police Judge, is
making a short stay in the city.
11. W. Scott and Tony Xoltner, of news
paper fame, are among our guests.
The mails are making excellent time over
land these days.
The members of lxith Houses will attend
an entertainment to lx; given at the Congre
gational Chunh to-day at 1 o'clock p. in. by
the Deaf Mutes.
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST.
JETTERS BFllllMMJ I'VAI.I.E
J lor In Ni!em l'os oilK-e. 'A tolier 11, ls7i.
AliranSs Mrs W P; Ady, Miss L. L ; Al
Ituan, Miss Lik-v K : l'inna.-kar. Jnne:
IlranOenliurir, Mr l.t..ie; Iteardslev, Miss
bine: llrmii. orvi le II : Iaa;ev. T ; Bell.
William: Brwu .laim liail-: ltrewo. .J ,J ;
Iloyd, H K; llronaiij-h, E C; liarller. Win.
f'ark, Mi Ite'ta. 2: 'amilK-ll, James, 2 :
Chaile, liavsl II : Campli,. I. James L ; Cnl
lins, l'i.a; "liarni'r, Thom-i-; Cnt-hy.
Lewis; Ca!ien(lur,iltn I'hilo; Conn, J W,"2.
Davis, I)r K E ; Dohruny, Mr.
Elder, J T :
faltert, Michael: K caster, J P ; Fietcher,
SM; Fuller-on, C 1'.
tiwlnn, Malliula; tlregnire, Simon.
Ilnrvaisl, .1 II: ILiraj-nn, M F ; Ifnrri nan,
Jewetll.: IteiHlcrson, Kev Thos H; Hiatt,
Jes;e; Hlnniau, A ; Hollenlitvs, Baswell.
Jones, Thos; Johnston, Miss Raohael.
Kennard, Ange'lne ; Kimbley, C T ; Kin
EainpL, Chas ; Layman, Abraham ; Lamer,
Meek, Hattlc G ; Miller, A P; Mann, Geo;
Murphy, Mrs Jane; Morteiison, Kaveo. Mnl
kev, D"; Moore, Mrs -Sarah A ; Moure, 1 i ;
MjUonald, James; Molntire, Tliumiu.
Pearce, (jharles; Periign, A; Pooler,
Jell ; Prultt, A J.
Ring, Jesse; Kogers, Mrs Dolly; Ross,
Missoio; ltohinson, Mrslmra.
Ktannus Ella; Staht. B F; Settlemler, G
L; Stewart, Cliarles ; Suites, C J; Swans,
Alonzo; Soner, Rose: Smith, Geo; Smith,
Mrs Alioe J ; Smith, UH; Suiiili, MlssLlieu ;
Tanslev, tVm; Taylor. Wm : Taylor, John
W,2: Thompson, J M; Thomas, Maggie;
Thomas, John J.
Wadsworth, Mrs Amos; Warner, 8 H, 4;
Warren, John ; Wamack, Mr W B: Walk,
Miss Ella; Weathered, J C; Will. Miss
Emma; Welburn, James; Wheeler, 0 A.
T. B. EICKEr, P. M.
The bark Florence, lroni the Arctic
ocean, arrived at San Francisco last
night. Slie brings a cargo of oil and
bone from the whale-ships that were
abandoned last tall. Tlie captain re
ports that, except what lie brouAt
away, the abandoned vessels aud their
cargoes will prove a total loss.
George Malley stabbed J. Milton
Turner, colored minister to Liberia,
at St, Louis, Oct. 9th.
Thursday afternoon, as John Hen
dricks was going into Yrcka he was
met by au Indian known as Oregon
Tom, who commenced assaulting lieii
drieks with a pbtol. After a severe
struggle Hendricks got possession of
the pistol, and killed the Indian.
In San Francisco the sales of mining
stocks tor the past nine mouths of this
year aggregate 160,934.62!.
SAI.KM, Oct. 11.
IX TIIE SENATE.
Denf Mute School.
Mr. Bitldu'm. from the Committee
011 Judiciary, ivorted buck S. B. Xo.
3S. providing for nu institution o
lc;miiii lor t lie lienetit of deaf unites
with the opinion tli.it it conflicted with
certnfn article in the Constitution. It
i still in the hands of tlie Committee,
iiwaitiiif tlie further action of its
Centennial Expoftltlon Commission.
Mr. Myer. from the Committee on
Way ami Means, repotted back the
bill providing for defraying tlie ex-lienH-s
of the IMepite to tlie Ceiiten
iiial Kxpo-ition. yith certain amend
ments, and recommended its passage.
Mr. Cornelius from tlie Committee
on K'lilroaiN, reported hack the I)alle
and Salt Lake ltailroad bill, with cer
tain amendments, with favorable rec
ommendations. Also a report on the petition trom
the citizens of Coos comity, asking for
aid in the construction of a railroad
from Coo 5ay to Coijuille river with
out recomm-ndannii. a the Committee
thought it inexpedient to pass such .1
iiill at the present session.
Several otlier matters were reported
back from committees with various
Kx-tiovernor Oeo. Abemethv was.
by vote, invited to a seat within the
bar of tlie Senate.
The vote by which the bill to pro
vide for purchase of 100 copies ot
leady's Code failed to pass, was re
considered on motion of lolph.
Another Iutuihrration Scheme.
Mr. Moores introduced a bill au
thorizing the appointment of Mrs.
Mary 1. Sawtelle as a Cnmmiinuer
of Immigration, with a salary of 400
for the tirst six mouths, and 011 proof
lieing given that litty -rsons had
moved to Oregon trom the Kntern
State', through her efiort. 00 more !
is to lie paid her by the State. The j
bill passed its lirst reaili.ig. j
The S. 11. Xo. 40. amending the I
code ot civil procedure relating to pun- j
idmient tor the destruction of railroad 1
property was rea l the third time aud j
passed by a vote of 21 to 1. j
II. It. Xo. 21, providing for the con- !
struct ion of certain sections of tin; I
l'ortland. Dalles and Salt Lake Hail-j
road wi'h the amendment offered by !
the Committee on Railroads wa ta- 1
ken from the table. '
On motion the rule were suspended !
and the hill read the third time, and i
passed by a unanimous vote. !
S. 11. Xo. 4. for the incorporation j
ot I liutcHes and religious or charita
ble Societies. The report ot the Com
mittee was adopted aud the Ilou-e
amendment concurred iu.
The 1 1 tli nml Iftth Am iiitin nts.
Iu the iilternooii. the llciue roi.it
Resolution approving the 1 1th and l.Vli
Amendments to the Constitution of the
L'nited State, wa taken up, as the
pecial order. It propose-, in ad
dition to the approval of the amend
ment, to rescind the action of the
former I.egidatui-e ho-ti!e to them.
The Democratic inemtiers refused to
eat crow" cooked in that way. and
the vote resulted 11 ami II a strict
party vote aud so the resolution was
The Senate then adjourned, and
went to school. V:t i to say. made a
vi-it to the Willamette I'niversitv.
IIOVSE OF KLI'ItlAKVrATIVKS.
A message was received from the
iovernor announcing that he had
signed the capitol appropriation
and several other.
Judire' Mulnry Bill.
11.15. Xo. 2-s reffling to the elec
tion of Supreme and Circuit Jnti(j's
iu distinct clase. being special order
for this morning wa taken up. After
a lengthy and able dIeuion on the
question of constitutionality, the bill
was int on its final passage, aud passed
by a vote of 3(1 to 11.
"tleelinnlcV ami Lnborers' I.leim.
The bill providing tor liens of me
chanics and other wa taken up. and
alter the adoprion of two or three
amendments the bill was ordered en
grossed for third reading a 2 r. M. to
day. A Stopper in Mpii's Ioul'is.
A resolution was offered a an addi
tional rule governing the House that
no menilior lie allowed to seak on any
.piestion longer than 15 minute.
The House took a recess till af.er
noou. Itlllt I'nssert.
15. 45. to
70, to secure the wage of
; II. 15. 115, .uhfittite for H.
secure mechanics' liens, were
Tiie OphiluiiH of t'oiiiiiilttetft.
The Committee on Claims rej-orted
against the bill for relief of Ctxi
'oininittee on Ways and Means re
iHirlcd in favor of S. I',. 5. to encour
age immigration. It was referred to j
the Committee of the Whole, vviiiia!
recommendation to amend -o as to I
" oe. iev ;i,iuooi ruf, "
sale ot swamp anil overtlowecl lawl.
Tin' House Cliun-fi's Its vfi.il.
A motion to reconider the vote liy
which the bill to chaug- the tiirn- of
Legislative eion prevaiiecl. and the
lull was put iu its little bed on the
Then the IIoue also adjourned to
visit the I mveritv.
Afterward the House resumed it
session: passed the lull providing tor
the incorporation of ecclesiastical so
cieties, etc.; received report from va
rious committee ou sundry hills ; and.
einling the consideration of the bill
to raise the salaries of .Supreme Judges,
the iloii-sL- adjourned.
S a I.EM. Oct. 12. 1S72.
Mr. Moores offered a joint resolution
to go into joint convention at 12 M. lor
the election of Capitol Commision-r.
On motion of Mr. Myers, it was laid
ou the table.
Mr. ( orneliiis obtained leave of al-
sem-e till Monday, v. M.
.Numeron reports were reeeiveo
from committees, and several bills
The committee to whom was re
ferred the bill to re-apportion the Sen
ators and Representatives, was report
ed back with amendment, as follows :
To give Multnomah 3 Senators ; Ben
ton and Polk 1 Senator jointly in ad
dition to 1 Senator each; Jackson. 3
Representatives: Clatsop only 1; and
Grant only 1. The amendments were
adopted and the bill ordered engrossed.
Ile-rlral nldln Nceretary's OOiee.
The Senate Bill authorizing the Sec
retary of State to employ an addition
al clerk, was passed.
The Senate sient the remainder of
the forenoon iu second reading of bills.
The Senate adjourned to Monday, 2
IIOl'SE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Increase of Jmb-e's Pay Bills Passed
Tlie bill to provide for compensa
tion and incidental expenses of Judges
of tlie Supreme Court was passed, 33
to 13. Also, the bill to incorporate
Junction City. Also, the bill relating
to ein-iloyment of bailiffs of Supreme
The I'annI Mud Iork Bill.
The committee to whom was re
ferred the bill to lease the Willamette
Canal and Looks, reported it back with
amendments providing for the lease ol
the works by t he State for the term ot
twelve veurs, at a yearly rental otSoO,
000, aud at the final payment the State
to receive title. The "bill was made
the special order tor 2 P. M. next Tues
A number of bills were read second
time, and referred or ordered engross
The select cornmitte on Sfrite Print
ing rejiorted a bill defining the duties
and fixing compensation of State
Womnu Kulli-Afre Defented.
The bill to allow women to vote on
miestions relating to wile of intoxicat
ing liipiors wits defeated by a vote of
21 to 22.
Capitol lltiilfliiiK Site.
Mr. Burl 1,1 nk offered n resolution
instructing the Capitol Commissioners
to locate the State House on what is
known as Capitol Block, in Salem.
House resumed hnines at 1:30 r.
M. by taking 1 1 1 the bill relating to a
revi-ion J of the Temperanse Law,
which was ordered eugro-sed tor third
The Joint Resolution relating to
amendment to the State Constitution
regarding the election laws was adopt
ed. Hills Kead.
II. 15. Xo. 5)7, relating to the admis
sion of minors to the l'ire Dei-artment
of Portland ; read second time and
referred to the delegation from Mult
nomah county. Tlie I. l. & S. I,. R.
R. hill, as amended by the Senate, was
concurred in. II. It. Xo. 8S, provid
ing for wagon road from Portland to
Atoria. Read 2d time and referred
to Committee ou lioads and High
ways. II. li. il'.l. incorporating the
city of Astoria. Head 2d and 3d time
and paed. II. R. 100. incorporating
the city of The Dalle. Read 2d time
.'Hid referred to the delegation from
Waco county. II. It. 101. regulating
actions against public or private incor
porations was ordered engrossed lor
.'id rending Monthly. H. 15. 102, re
lating to alarieof county officers, was
referred to committee ot whole Hone.
II. 15. 103, topuni-li gaming read 2d
time and referred to Committee on Ju
diciary. II. 15. 104. amending tin
Militia law read 2d time ami referred
to committee ot the whole IIone. II.
15. lOo, for relief of Curry county re
ferred to Committee on Claims. II.
15. 10 !. creaMng Doniphan county re
ferred to Committee mi Counties. II.
11. 107. to improve State road between
Wilbur and Rocburg referred to
Committee on Road and Highways.
II. 11. 10s. f,(e fencing railroad in tlii
State referred to special tommittee
consisting ot Caples Willoughby,
Downing. Simpson and Stephenson.
II. 15. RU. to prevent gambling re
ferred to ( 'ommitti'c on Judiciary. II.
i II. 110. regulating the price ot trait
' poitati.m of freight and paeiircr-
j referred to Committee on Judiciary.
, II. I. 111. relating to pilotage rv
j ferret I to Committee on Commerce.
1 II. 15. 112. to create a Hoard of Comity
j Coiumisioner in Tillamook county
j read 2d ami lid time and paed. II.
: 15. 1 13. to prevent and piinih gambling
; relerteil to t oumiittee on Judiciary,
j II. I!. 111. authorizing County C"oiirt
j to create and provide for a sinking
I fund referred to a committee of tlu
The House resolved itself into a cmii-
mitte of the whole and took into con-
sideratiou several Hill aud reported
i them back to the Senate. II. V: 111
j relating to sinking fund. II. 15. 102 re
j Htiug to salaries of county utlieer. II.
i 15. ,"i2 to appropriate hinds arising
j from the :i!e of swamp laud for coiu
; moo school tuiids. An .amendment.
I wa adopted appropriating 25 cr cent,
j only of such proceed for tint purpose,
i 11. 15. No. i0 relating to gaming table.
; The above l.ili Were reported back
j with recommendation ami the Militia
j Hill wa reported hack with ivcomnieu
j dalions that it do not pas.
' Kills Iiilroducetl.
I5y Mr. Simp-ou, a hill to provide
tor the incorporation of tin- Wili imetto
aud Yaiihia Hay Railroad Co.; by
Pat ton, to confirm title tocertain land
sold by School Land Commiiouer;
same, to amend the law ol Is;', incor
pcrating S-ilcui; Hurbauk. to provide
for a school for deaf mutes: a bill to
bill ! provide tor the purchase of 250 enp
! ie of Oregon Report; to provide fnr
j common school taught in tJennau
' language; a resolution :iraving for a
j mail route in Facknii county, adopted;
a hill to ipiiet title to certain land held
I by settler-: a bill to prevent tlie spread
I of contagious dieae; a bill to pro
! vide fur a financial examiner for each
j county iu the State: a hill to regulate
the nieauremeiit of Inuilw-r 111 the log;
a hill to provide for the relief of Gov
ernor Abcrncthy; a bill to pro
vide for tin; survey and dis
posal of certain salt marsh and tide
land; a bill to provide for the con
struction ol a wagon road from Smn
merville to the Rlue Mountain ; a bill
to regulate toll road.
The House concurred iu S. J. R. to
appoint three Commissioners to the
World's Exposition to Vienna.
The House adjourned.
Sai.f.m. Oct. 14, 1S72.
I. THE KET-i.VTE.
Most of the session of to-day was
spent upon unfinished business." and
there is hut little interesting matter to
note. Among other thing, the bill to
appoint (Jen. K. L. Apph-g.-ite a Com
missioner of Immigration was re
turned from the House with ccttain
ainendmeiil iu which tlie Senate re-fu-eil
The Senate agreed to the IIitst
amendment to the bill to give the
Judge additional salary.
An invitation to visit the I leaf Mute
School of this city at I p. M. today
was received and accepted.
I he lloue loint ri-ltttoti aku!.'
Mtni'ii mail route in
A communication was rvrvlved from
the Governor announcing lit approval
of the hill making an appr.-pmUciii t
build a capitol.
HOI SE OF nEI'HEHE.TrATITIX.
eniiiilHsianrrs o Vn ou.-i.
The Senate joint resolution relating
to the appointment of ComuiKsioner
to attend the World' KxpoUioti tit
Vit-iiua, wa concurred iu.
following ; To provide for mau
eouteting elect.ous tot int-iii-
hers ot tlie Legislature : to provide for
the keeping by count y clerks of record
of plat and field note of I". S. Sur
vey ; to provide tor the sale ot Agri
cultural College land, etc.; a iionie-
tead bill; to provide for inlying
claim for apprehension of fugitive
trom justice ; to provde tor the ap
pointment of a State Geologist; to
provide for common schools taught in
tlie (ierinan hini;ii:ige ; to oxifirni
title to certain lands sold by Sclxxd
Land Commissioners ; to provide lor
bounties ou scalps ot wild animals.
Chief-of-Police, McWilliains and de
tective Doyle of Jersey City, have been
indicted for conspiring to rob the first
Five members ot John Robinson's
circus have been arrested at Richmond
charged with the murder and robbery
of Davenport,'1 in Charlotte county,
Iowa and Dakota hail a slight earth
quake, morning of the 10th.
A couple of brutes named Tom Kelly
and Fred Bushy fought 2.3 rounds at
St. Louis on the 10th ; Kelly, victor.
Over $U,250,0OO in duties have been
eollected this year at the port of San
It is reported in San Francisco that
a straight-out Democratic electoral
ticket will be nominated next Mon
day. E. L. Lake, engineer of tlie Eureka
Consolidated Mining Company, was
caught iu the main shafting yesterday
and crushed to death. j
The manufacture of duph'c-tte post
office box keys by tlie locksmith at San
Francisco, at the request of the box
owners, has been decided to lx? in con
travention of i he L. S. law.
X. Holland. United States Chiel Su
pervisor of Elections, is appointing
SuH2rvisor3 for tlie coming Presdentbu
election in San Francisco, of whom
eighty are required.
The Union Insurance Company of
San Francisco, despite heavy losses by
the Chicago fire, last year, yesterday
declared a dividend of one per cent.
This is a good company to invest in.
In San Francisco, last night, Mrs.
Lane, the mother of Itura D. Fair,
disgusted with or disappointed at. the
verdict of the jury iu tlie Fair-Lane
case, attempted to commit suicide by
LATEK FROM TIIE
10,000 Majority in Ohio.
Indiana Elects Republican State Ticket,
RESULT VERY CLOSE ON
HENDRICKS PROBABLY ELECTED
The Election in Dakota Territory.
TREASURY STATE 51 EXT.
DEATH OF W. H. SEWARD.
IN-iiuK-rlvnuia i:ieetloti Return.
PlllLAItKU-HI.V. Oct. 9. A special
to the Commercial says nearly all re
turns from the State have heeu received
at the Republican heudi-imrter and
make Hnrtranft's majority ,'1.000.
The Republicans gain seven members
ot Congress and luse one in Luzerne
Histrict. Twenty Republicans and
seven I lenincr-it are elected. The Re
publican have a majority in the con
stitutional convention ot sixty mem
bers against forty Democrats. The
Senate stands, 17 Republicans to Id
I leniocrat. but if Marker i elected iu
Clarion district the Renublicans will !
Pini.Ai-Ki.riilA. t. 10. The offi
cial count shows 11S.000 votes -tolled
in the city. ll.-irtntntVs majority in
the cit v i J0.1.17. Majority for Cou
grussmau at large. ll.'JI'J.
Ohio l-:ifrt!oti IteturitH.
Tol.i:ix. Oct. !!. Thi district will
give Sherwood. Republican candidate
tor Congress. 1.VJ maioritv. and a still
Inrger majority for the State ticket
i oe iij;mi. i i.i ih'cii mini nun co-ei
i i.. i i i ..i i..
conti-steil. I lie J.epuulic.iu dividing on
t'oi.t Ml'.rs. Oct. 0. The lKunocratic
State Committee concede the election
of Republican Congressmen in all the
Republican ili-tl il l except llauiiltoii
foiiuty. and lO.(MM) ISepublicaii major
ty on (be State ticket.
IiKliiiiiu l.lertion lli-turii-t.
iMHANAri'l.t. Oct. St. The liepub
lican Central Committee figure the
j ni.i'onty. by actual oilicial return
I from 47 countie and partial return
j with the estini ited majority from the
! balance of that Slate at 2.N for lirown
i vRi-p.) Thi! Democratic Committee
! claim a net "aiu o.i return lroni ."
I coiiiitie on tin- vote of Is!!, which. !
j with the partial returns and estimated
I majorities from the balance of the
Stale, will elect Hendricks by 1.000 1
! majority. Tin- vote i so close that it
I may require the oHIcial count to deter- I
mine the rf-nlt. The Democrats are J
j 10::i0l M. The latest returns re-!
i ceived to-uiglit show a Democratic j
i gain o:i the State ticket and indicate :
the elii tiou of lleiulrii k by :i small
inajorily. The Republican gam two
! Coiigrc-iii-u and pritbribly lo- one.
iMM AN AI-oi.l. ()ct. 10. Reltirus n--
ceived to-day are more lavonble to the
I Iti'ptiblican State ticket. Tin- Kepnli
i lii-ans i-laiin i!00 ma jority ou the entire
; State ticket. The beuuxrats concede
! the election of tlie Republican State
ticket. exc-pt tloveriior. claiming a
! small majority for lleiiilrick. The
; oilicial vote i coming iu very slowly.
i and it will re pure dmo-t the entire j
vote to arrive at a definite result. i
W i.-iniHi. Oct. 10. A dipitcli
i iix'eived fioiii (ic-n. t .'re.swell. from lu
I di.iua. concede the elit'tiou of Ile-u-i
ilrick by a small majority.
I Tlir lllii tioii in DakotA.
Y ANKTnv. Dakot-i. Oct. 1. The
! election yesterday in the Territory was
! a eron:il coute-t. Tlie Republican
vote wa divided between twocandi
. dale beige I'.i-ooking and Col.
i Moody. The returns received up to
j S o'cliH'k lo-night insuri-'tlie election of
I Armstrong Dem. bva small plurality,
j lie. being personally popular, n ieivcd
j I he vote of many Republican. The
combined Repiiitlieau vote would have
1 lu-ateu him nearly t wo !o one.
j Trfiwiir' "stair uf lit.
I Wiiinviimv !, (I Tli.. !'.U,iiv
ing were the balance iu the Treasury !
: at iIh-close ot bu-iiues- yesterday : Cur- !
j reiicy. jaS.Sii7.5U2 : coin. $7t.,.i5s,(.v.). i
I iticludiiig f2Lti.V.i.Ki(i coin eertiticate
i on sp--ci.il deposit ; legal tetHler held I
! for redemption on eertiticate of dei-
! it. -id 7..V20.OOO. The Treaury I epart- i
i iiieul i-:Uitied with tlie effect ou bus- :
ines of its late policy in selling gold ;
j and buying Ixuids.
i lH-atti of Kx-Nerrrtary W. II. fceuard.
i Al'WKN. X. Y. Oct. 10. Kx-Secre-j
tary Srwanl died at his residence here
at :5 p. m. to-day.
4'rrelpy got- tme k to I'nriniiit;.
lt.t.TlMUK. Vt. 0. Home-- lin-e-lee
arrived this evening, and will de
liver tlie address of the Fourth Annual
Fair ot the Maryland Agricultural and
i ont jux -skws.
Tti l.A7i1a I'resx ou our Fieri ions
liuriul ol Ilie.Vneitlsh Kin-;.
LotMx. (),t. 10. The journal
fore-e the re-cl-viiou of (irant'. They
comment at coniderahle length oil
their effect on the 1-reshlential
contest. The Times says:
cannot regret the result."'
Xews says. Oreeley' cae i
a forlorn hoix1 and will certainly
The Post cliaracterize the Liberal Re
public.iu moveiuent a failure beyond
Stockholm. Oct. n. The remains
of the late Charles IV. have been
brought to the Capital of Malino and
buried beneaili Kidder!iolni Church.
The funeral proi!iiou was long and
imposing. Nearly every house along
the route was draped in mourning
and the ceremonies were impressive.
THE RESULT IX INDIA3A.
Hendricks Elected Gov
ernor. Republicans elect rest of State Ticket
and a Large Majority of Leg
islature. I ii ii Voorhes Defeated
How the news of Seward's Death was
Death of Funny Fern.
A GUY FAWKES UNDER A PRINTING
REPUBLICAN PROSPECTS IS KAN
SAS. The IV. Y.
Indiaiin Election Retnrna.
Im-ianai-olis. Oct. 10 Hendricks
run a I lead of his ticket in almost every
county. Tlie Republicans have a ma
jority of forty-one iu the Senate and
eight in the House certain, witiiapros
Later 11 o'clock The Republicans
concede the election of Hendricks by
five hundred majority, but claim Con
gressman at Large, and the rest of the
State ticket by froiii 400 to COO major
ity . Xiblack's majority in tli First
District is 125. Hunter's (&publiean)
majority over Voorhees, iu tlie Sixth
District, is COS.
The Republicans have advertised a
mass meeting to-morrow night, for
congratulation, with Gov. Morton,
Gov. Brown and others as speakers.
The Republicans claim twenty even
Senators to twenty-five Democrats, and
fifty-five Representatives to fiortv-flve
Democrats, giving them a majority of
louneeii on joint uauou
Chicago, Oct. 11. A sr-eeial from
Indianapolis to the Evening Post says
Hetidi-ick's is elected by 500 majority
The Republicans still claim the balance
of the State ticket and a majority of
urn i .ci-i-i at ure.
The Death of Wo. IT. Brward-afoa-the
Sews u KerelvMl.
Xkw Yohk. Oct. 11. The an
nounceineiit of Mr. Sew ird's death wa
received in the city with feelings of
.sorrow. Flag nre at half-mast from
many public building? and liotuls to
dav out of resjx-ct to ids iuemoy.
The I'nioii League dnb last night
adopted resolutions expreive of re
gret over the death of W m. Il.Sewtirtl.
W'AsiiiN-yrox. Oct. 10. 'Hie a
iiounccinent of the death of ex-Secre-.
f.-uy Seward was retvived with regret
iu all quarter. The State depart- '
ment building will lie draped in mourn
ing, iu !epect to the memory of the
Al.HAXV. Oct. 10. The sudtlen an
iiounwnient of the death of Se -.van I
caused a profound sensation here. It
was unexpected, and producetl wide
LoxiiON, Oct. 10. Tlie aunonnce
inent ot tlie death of Mr. Seward is re
ceived with great surprise, no intima
tion whatever of his illness liaving;
. The Daily Xew in its obituary say
though Seward was unpopular la-re by
reason of his rather ereuiptory hear
ing, lie leave behind him a grc-at ex
ninple ot vigor, energy and succ-ess.
At KLlts. Oct. 11. The funeral oT
Mr. Sewai-d will take place at half
past two o'clock on Monday.
llenlli of -'otable Peraon-t.
Xl-:w Yokk. Oct. 11. The wife ot
.lames l'arton -Kami)' Kern" died
iu this city yesterday.
Fogge, who wn burned to deatli In
the Klizabctli-trcet lilt! yesterday, is
rejiorted to lx- au Italian nobleuvin
banished for HliticaI offences and liv
ing under au assumed name.
Dovkk. X. II., Oct. 11. lames K.
Spalding, founder of the New York
VVorld, anil more recently connevtwl
with the Xew York Times, dicsl iu
this city yetciilay.
A 1'rliitiiiK Uiee Kluwn
Rai.II.:h. X. C. K-t. 11. The
building in which the Daily Sentinel t-
priut-I wa nearly ilelroved :it 1
o'clmk by thi! explosion ot jiowtler
which sonic unknown jiarty had placnl
uuil-r thi; -iress-room. Tlie re is
completely demoliiied. The alfnir
caued great excitement, and crovvtls
nf people flocked to the scene. The
! Sentinel is a conservative aer.
Itiut ill Ark-in-tnit.
Mkmi-his, Oct. 11. Serious trouble
lK-tween IIm! whites and blacks at Os-i-elo.
a little town 40 miles above here,
on the Arkansas shore, which has been
brewing for some days p:it, culminated
ou Tueday evening in a severe fight.
One negro was killed l.it week and
-everal severely wounded. The trou
ble originated iu tlie killing of Sin-riff
Murray, some weeks since, by Fit.
pat rick. County Register. Fitzpatrick
wa to have been tried thi week. and.
to prevent the trial coming oil', it is
believed, he incited tlie negroes to arm
and fimonud the town, wIk-ii the
whites armed and drove them oil", as
TSie SrotMMt in Kiitta-in.
ToiT.KA. Oct. 11. The Republican
Slate Central Committee met here to
day and mad.! arrangements for push
ing the campaign in Kaoas with re
newed vi-ror. The Republican nrijor
itv is coutideiitlv estimated at -io.OMO.
Hark uat of II
Xl'.w Yii;k, Oct. 11. Tlie Tribune
to-day editorially ay it fcike pleas
ure in withdrawing iu the pnmpte-t
manlier the imputation un S-akr
itlaine iu reference to Mipxe(l trm
actions having connection with IN
K.istern divi-ioii of the 1'iiimi i'.ie-tio
Th! Funeral of Wm. H. Seward
PRINCE NAPOLEON EXILED FROM
I li-sii l'lM-i-tl ion in t"-!i:tin.
Tlie I'miernl of Vt S-nrnri.
Ai.r.ASV. Oct. 12. Governor Hoff
man h;is iucd a proclamation eulogis
tic of Mr. Si-wan I. aud ordered all State
I ieartiin-iits to lie closed mi Mmitkir.
and 11 its nf the buildings placed at
Anit iiv, Oct. 12. Tin- funeral ol"
Mr. Seward on Monday will take plat-eat
St. Peters Chiuvh at 2:J0 p. m.
After the service another opportunity
will be given to view the remains.
Arm UN. X. V. Ht. 12. At a
niccling ol the Mayor and Alderman
to-dav. appropriate resolution were
iaed. and it wa voted to attend the
funeral in a body. Iu response to tho
Mayor's proclamation, nearly all the
store in the city are being dra-ied in
mourning. Tlie City Hall i pr-fu-ely
draped within and without. All
business will he MiM-uded on Mondav
froi:i noon until simet. The Korty
Xinth Regiment will attend the fi
neral in citizen' dre. but there will
be no display of military organizations
in thi' procession.
The Board of Trade of Oswego, will
be present, and a large number of tli
tinguislied citizen from dill'erent pnrts
of the count rv.
Washikmon. Oct. 11. Tlie follow-iu"-
ha been issued from the Deport
ment of StatP: 'Washington, October
II. The Undersigned i charged by
the President with the painful duty ol"
announcing to the people of the Unit
ed State, the deatli ol the illustrious.
citizen. Wm. Henry Seward, distiu
I'uisbed lor faithful and eminent ser
vice in various public ;trut during a
long series ot vear. He died at, An
hiuTi. State of New York, yesterday,
October 10th. barged with the ad
minbtration of the Department of
State at a most critical period ill the
history of the Million. Mr. Seward,
brought in the duties nfhi ofiiee ex
alted" iatriotim, nnweared industry
and coiiuminate ability. A grateful
nation will clierish his name, hi fame
and hi memory. The several Execu
tive Departments will cause appropri
ate honor to be rendered to the mem
ory of the deceased statesman, at home
(Signed,) Hamilton Fish.
(Secretary of State.
A Thaiika-rtviiiit Proclamation.
Washington. Oct. 11. By the
President ot the United States of
America, Proclamation :
Whereas, The revolution of another
vear has again brought the time when
it is usual to look back upon the past and
publicly thank the Almighty tor his
blessings; and ,
Whereas. If any one people has
more occasion than another for such
thankfulness it is tlie citizens of the
United States, whose government is
their creature, subject to their behests ;
who have reserved to themselves am
ple civil and religious freedom and
equality before the law ; who during
the last twelve months have enjoyed
exemption from any grievances or
general calamity, and to whom pros
perity in agriculture, manufactures
and commerce has lieen vouchsafed.;
Moved bv these considerations I rec
ommend that on Thursday the 2Stli
day of November next, the people
meet at their respective houses or
worship, and there make acknowledg
ments to God for bis kindness and
bounty. In witness thereof, I have
hereiiiitv set my hand and caused the
seal of the United State to lx- affixed.
Done in the city ot Washington the
11 day of October, in the year ot onr
Ixird A. D. li"2 and of the Independ
ence ot Hie United States tlie 27th.
(Signed,) L S. GKAST,
Colcmbi-s. Oct. 10. A meeting of
Straight Democrats to-day resolved to
call a Convention here on tlie 22d
int. and nominate O'Conor electors.
THENTOX, Oct. 11. The Xew Jersey
Strai"ht Democratic Convention met
here "to-day. W. W. Meredith wan
elected Chairman. A full electoral
ticket was selectitl, with Samuel J.
Bayard and Win. M. Hifffor the State
w Tok-k City Homlnattona.
XewYoek, Oct. 12. The Work
lngineti's Central Union last night
nominated James O'Brien for Mayor.
At (the Tammany Convention, yester
day. Commodore Butler Duncan for
mally withdrew from the Mnyorality,
also William H. Wlckliam. Law
rence, wbo was nominated unanimous
ly, was formerly adviser to the Com
mittee of Seventy, and wa recently
tidlirsed by that body lor the Judgeship.
Vnpol(-on Exited -Innnrrf-r-lloil
Pakis, Oct. 10. Prince Xapoleon
and Princess Clothilde. now here,
liave received notice to leaver France.
Tlie Prince replied to the agent of tlie
Government wlw brought the fum
idoii, by refusing to quit .his native
laud, insisting ou his rights as a citi
zen, and declaring that he would only
yiekl to force. 1 he Priiieesansvered
that sjie would only leave France be
tween two gens d'armes.
Pari. Oct. 12. The announcement
last night that Prince Napolaon had
left .Paris was premature. His notice
to deirt directed liim to leave at noon
to-day. but not having complied there
with, at 12:30, be was waited upon by
tlie Secretary oj the. Prefect and two
agent of tlie fioverunient, with orders
to follow them toward the Island.
Tlie Prince, therefore, left the city,
and Princess Clothilde voluntarily fol
lowed lii in.
Makku). Oct. 12. A Republican
insurrection 1ms broken out among the
tr ops at Ferral. a province of Cami
lla. Tlie Government has dispatclied
troops tliere, and summary measures
will lie at once adopted to suppress) the
In the Cortes to-day. Minister Colo
nels announced tlie existence of a re
volt of 1,500 troops belofjging to tlie
garrison. Some of the population
have joined the movement. Tlie Min
ister further tatd that tlie troops in
tb! Fortress ot Ferral refused to join
the insurrectionist-! and are awaiting
rei nfi rceincnf to suppress the nwolt.
Later The inuigeiits at Kerral
took pocsiou of the gunboats an
chored in the harbor ami imprisoned
the lighthouse keeper. This closes tlie
pori aud prevents the Oovernniaiit
sending reinforcements by sea.
TE LEU It A MS COX IE S E D.
l)Hte tu Oct. 13.
The Apollo Democrats of Xew York
have nominated James O'Brien for
Monarchist beat Harry Bassett at
lerome Park, in a four mile dash, by
200 yards, iu 2:5,.):,4.
A Berlin special to! tlie Telegraph
says that it is believed that the deci
iou of tlie F.mperor ou the San Juan
bound. ry question will be favorable to
the United States.
On the 13th the Italian residents in
San Francisco celebrated the 3-SOth an
niversary of t lie discovery of America
j by Columbus in flue style.
I Then- is no opposition to Met 'ormick
. iu Arizona, tor iK-legate iu Congress.
I Very large and enthusiastic Rcpul
I lii-an meeting' are being lield through
A po-t.il treaty with France has been
v agr-i-d upon. It fixes letter po-tage
. at eight cvnt-for one third ot an ounce.
P.i-r po-t.ige. which was eight cent.-.
i i riilii'i'd to three cent. Registered
, l.tti (; and tniuini-ioii of patterns are
i ali provided for.
j TUe ltii Janeiro steamer with date
to N-pt. 21-1. n-Mirt that the Co ign--
.ioual elections iu the northern Prov
ince of Brazil liave been attended with
l int and blomUhed.
Th' Gentile of Utah held a grand
jubilation meeting. Saturday to rejoice
over the Republican victories in the
K. M. Speer ;Democrat) has been
elected to Coiign-ss from the Seven
: tceiith Di-trict'Pennsylvaniai by a
majority of 500.
't The Commissioners appointed to in-
vetigate the depredation on the Tex
j .-i frontier, have returned. They re
; port that Mexican incursions have
! been regularly carried on since 1S54.
' Various Englishtiien are still splurg
ing and ranting about the award of
the Geneva Arhitratois.
The Czarovich Alexander has gone
to Vienna at the invitation of Einpe
; ror Francis Joseph.
It is estimated that three millions of
inhabitants have died from famine In
Le Soir. a Paris paper, published a
' sensational report this afternoon that a
Honapartist movement was on foot,
and that a roup il'elat would be at
tempted iu Paris to-night.
' It is reported that Prince DeJoin
ville and Duke D'Auinale will resign
j their seat in the Assembly.
Additional military and constabulary
i forces are ordered to Lislmrn. Ireland.
as an anti-Catholic disturbance is
, threatened there.
' Mayor Medill of Chicago issued a
i proclamation ordering the police to
! enforce the laws forbidding the sale ot
i intoxicating liquors on Sunday.
Prince Xapoleon has received notice
i from the French Government that he
I would not be allowed to visit or reside
i iu France.
There was a political disturbance In
i Baltimore, evening of tlie 10th. A
procession was twice attacked and two
! orthrer persons were fatally injured.
I Gov. Bennett, of Idaho, is announced
j to speark at Yreka next Monday even-
Sale of real estate in Sun Francisco
this yearaggregntes tfS,09S,822 the low
est aggregate of any year since 1867.
S. R. JESSIT, yi. D.
OFFICE-Oiiposlte the Oiemeketa TIntel,
with IT. Payton. Residence on Libertv
Sti-eet, second house north of -an(-vl-al
R. PAIXE, HOJtff'.PATIIIirr.
rHiHOSE PREFERIMJ THIS MILT) AX D
9 efficient methol of Irealmenl will llird
I)r. Paine ai hi oflii-e in the U?ra Hoe
l'p Slalr-i. Satimlav mornliiirmedU-Al advice
nnd treatment will be given free of char-re to
ihow unable lo pay lor the fervk-ea. nf
DR. E. Ta CHASE,
BRVT LT.COL., LATE SCUGEOX U. 8.
Vol. office I)urbln' block, npMatrs.
lic-ildcnce. Commercial street, Salem, Ureoon.
March 38, T. dtf.
DK. CHAS. WILSOX,
OCCLIST AND AURIST.
ConsultinE and Opera ling Surgeon for
nil Pisea-icn of the Kve and Ear. Oflice
Rooms 38 and 39. Starker'a Block. So I cm.
SALEM, OREGON', tbe oidaxt and Urgent
IncorpnnUt-d School In the State. Clatcal
t-ommercial, Nonnaland Sclentlfli; vourjier) ol
utility. For full Information addreiw the Pres-l-lent,
T. M. CiATCH,
Or C. N. TERRY, Sec of B'd Trusteea
8i-pt. 7. dAwly
IB. E. R. I'lSKE.
OFFICE-No. 1. Moore' Block. Re
(loisce-Court Street, Ojiposite University,
DB. II. C AHPEXTER.
pHYSICIAN AN'I 8CRGEON', Office ana
A Kesiiieirce on Libertv ntreet, nea-'j oppo
site till' Clino'rpimM.mal I'hiiM.K
Kilem, Nov. Faili, 71. t
AFTJEM & MORELA5SD,
ATTORN EY8 AT .AY, Portland, Ore-r-m.
Oflice, nil mirit S. E. corner Front
iiu-l Waihlngton Shxhuh.
MARY P. SAWTELLE, U. O.
fkFFICE - Al renldence, on Cou rt 8 tree.
ne-ci ooor to tlie Uourt Ilonae.
DK. Ia. Ha MM I Fa.
f OFICE-Over Lakl ft Bnsh'i Bank, Sa
-iem, urea-on. . aep4:ir
A GIRL TEV OR TWELVE TEARS OF
a-ce to awl at lo taking care of a child
nine or ten months old, in a family of three.
i.oou nuges given, inquire ar
Se. 2.T, li7:'llv.
R R R
Railway's iki Relief
ClIllS THE WORST P1LS
VS ITJOlf 05E TO TWXKTY jnSUTZS.
NOT ONE HOUR
After rawtlnj( tbU 4rtlMBift Mtd muy ou
HUFFEK WITH PAIN.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Is a Ct RE FOR EVERT FAIN.
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
Thai iniUntW Iom tbc aea icrctaUaf fMUtu, iiTti
iDBMOHalmia, mad nm CBMtioot, tMtk oi (M
Luir.StMBaw:b, Bwwsis sir lkt or bjM
IS FROM ONE TO TWIXTT MINUTKR.
N matur bow vtolost or rrrwclatm Um Mia 11m
RHEUMATIC, LM-rUdm, lufirw, CnvplW. SwrtM,
urmigK( or protni4 with Aucaa auv UIm.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
I.N h LAM MAI ION OF THE BLADDER,
1NFLAMMA11U.N OK THK BOWEL,
CONGESTION 1F THE LUNGS.
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BKEA1HINU.
-PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA,
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS.
TTat appllaUoo ol lit REAOT RELIEF t Ifc.
prt or jwm wh.r th poia r difficulty uim will
Klford u vul evmfott.
Twontv drop, in bail a tumbler of wiwt will In faw
raoincau rar. CRAMPS, fePASMS. SOUK STOMACH,
SICK HEADACHE, HEARTBURN. DIARRHEA,
DYSENTERY, COLIC, WIN I IN THE BOWELS,
and all INTERN AL PAINS.
Travclara ahoiild alwava rarrjr " botll. of Rmd
wij'f Keadj Krllrf wii A law drou. ia
viui will ,ravcBtaicaiicuor uaiaa from caa&ira of waltr.
It la aatlar ILan r.aca braady or Bituri aa a aUmalaat.
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cartd for fifty east. Totra t4
act a ntordial afvat ia Una worll thai will car
un4 Afum, aad all thr MalartoM. Biiiooa. Bcarl l
TTphowJ, Yt-llow, aad othw m id4 by RA.i
WAV S PILLSj ao juic as KAD WAY'S READY
RELIEF. Hfiy craU pr bottle. Sold by IrarTiiU.
STRONG AND PURE RICH BLOOD INCREASE
OF FLESH AND WEIliHT CLEAR SKIN AMI
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO ALL.
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING CURES;
S'J QU ICK, SO RAPID ARE THE CHANGES THE
BODY L'NDr-RGoES, UNDER THE INFLUENCE
OF THIS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
Every Day an Increase in Flesh
and Weight is Seen and Felt.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
E-.ry drop of the SARSAPARILLIAX RESOLV
ENT eommaDicatn lh roach th Blood, Swaat, Criaa.
and other ftuids and jctcn of th iTitcm tha rlfor of
life, for It rpain tho waitot of tho body with poor and
aonnd material. Scrofula. Syphilis, Conaamptloa, filao
dalar discaao. L'leon la tho Throat. Month, Tomon,
Kodoa lo tho Glands and other paru of tho yatom, Soro
Eyei, StmmoBt Discharges from tha Ears, and tho worst
r,rr. rf Skin disoatuit, Eruptions, Fever Sore, Scald
Head, RiDg-Worm, Suit kh-om, Erytipclaa, AnM,
Black Spots, Worms la tho Flesh, Tumors, Cancers In
the Womb, and all wcahralag- and painful dttrhargM,
'igfat Sweats, Loss of Sperm, nod all wastes of tho
life ptinriple, are within tho cn rail re range of thlt won
der of Modern Chemistry, and a (aw days' ato will prooo
to any person ustr-jr It tr either of those forms of dlaeaao
Iu potent power to cure them.
If the patient, daily bacomtng redared by the wasteo
aad defon.powit-oit that le roniraualiy pros-reskias;, eac
cceds in arrrvlrn- tbeae wastes, and r pairs the aasne
with new material made froni hltby blood aad ihla
the SAKSA1AK1LLIAM will aa-i Mtrt
ISnt only dues th HaaaaraaiLt iav Rsaoivf-rr r
all known rrinial agvaU lo th enn f Chfoalc,
ta r.tfutou. CoH.slitoti-.nai, aod fraiB dnreo ; bat U ie
tM only psiue cut kit
KIDNEY AND BLADDER COMPLAINTS,
1'ripary and Wiaeah dlsaasee, (.nl, PlabatM. Dnop-ty,
hvoppas?e f Water, laoai-once of Una, Brisjht'i in
as-r, Albatataana, and ia i I easws where tbre are
brirkdua sWpoeiU. OV the wausr U thtrb, rttn4. sattw
with Mbitsnm i.a tbe ""h-i of aa i-c-f. thrt-tf Mka
wbiM mi, r Ur-r mf a rSvQ. Oars. Im.wi-m aty laraa r.
svoO ilf Us-iiMit dpr-U. MO sin lb-- a wyck
inj, bar. nf M-ati-nsi ba t-sk-aMi waiaW, a4 aaia ra
te bOAOil oi lh Itaaa aao alu bsv itaa. nc, ftt.OO.
Th. anW laa aia aara aar ftWORMS '
Tumor of 12 Year' Growth
Cm mi Stf JtndtrtKp'm -traotamt.
pT-iVrtly tastvleaa, gHt raatid wfth swwt spm,'
panr. rvraiat. wfr. rieahsa. aad etrvafiava. Kad
wai's l-vUs, lee tl cur e, I dm r dan d t Vaaa.
l.irr, knwtli. K;4krys, Pla.t4. ffM l
, HOwlarb, Coaatt isu-'n . mHmm. aOrrdaa; I-ys-pt-pata,
B:t-asaas . lhltaae vee. ladaa-iBiatiMei tW
Bw-ii, pMe, aad ail 1 Vrmaraaaeals i Uo lowraal
tarrra. V avrr-aiti--d to onV-t a fnmvr rwra. rareiy
Vaartabt. ooatataiaf a-n merriy, atiaaian, ar dasa
A f aoaee of RftDWATH PT1.LA wilt fV tha
tatea fVasn nil the saw ns-na-d i--f dera. fTiOa. M
enu ntr bi. IMLD HV IKl f.i TS. V
KLAl FI.K AND 1 Kl K " Wtd ea lebteo
a tamp to MDWAY at Ot . Na. tl Warns fttraa-t,
Nrw York, lialorsaaylioa wenh lieaiaaai wUl b saaa
LET ALL THE WORLD REJOICEI
IT IS A SUCCESS!
THE .REAT WHAtO HEWIliU JIA.
chine Cimny, nf fleTelarxl, ittiin, has
-ralm-il Ihe vicl-iry by miklnzthu only Fin
;lni Sen iiifr Machine sold fur lo than sl.ty
dollars. They will do all kiwis of work on
any kirn! of goods.
For particulars address
73 First Street. Portland. Oref-on. r
For Sale at J. A. RirPERTOX'S Store,
Ciimmer. ial sireet, Salem. '
Sept. 22, 1-C2. j 1
Ex S. S. Cussie Telfair
1 ,000 BBLS.
ORCAC ISLAND LIME,
Whkh wo ofie, n lots to suit.
EVERDINC & BEEBE,
I O North Front Street, Portland
133 Front Kt., Portlruid,
Com mi ssion Merchant.
Orejron prmluoe old to best advantage lit
Portland or San Francisco. lHsaler In
CALIFORNIA & ORECON
Jan. IT, 1871.
rine CH)' Loin for Sale.
ONE or MORE of those desinihla and ra
ant lot, adjoining Judge Cliadwick's
reahlom-e. on Piety Hill," lor sale cheap, for
cah. or time given a portion of toe purcbaae
money, 11 JosJrwl. Inquire of
o. r. ut.-i-ii
At Sah and Door Shop of Cooke, Dennis ft Co
SALEM DRAY & HACK CO.
Forwarder and Shippers,
CITY DRAYMEN &HACXMEN.
All freighting within the city done at ahort
notice and on reasonable terms.
Carriages oonstantly In atterxlan-e to eon
rev passerigers-tocarsorboauor oncltydrtve,
rier 13.1if70. dtf
There Is nothing like leather Shoes -nth a
WLYER TIP for children. Trytham. Tbey
never wear through at the Toe.
For Sale by all Dealers.
A HOUSE AND LOT on Winter
siree; jl'ictv 11 1 11) Is ottered for sale
cheap forcatih. Inquire at the Statkhm an
J. H. HAAS
HAS ON HAND
LATE STY' LIS JEWELST
WATCHES AID CLOCK
taJ-Repalring done, and aatbiactlon guar-
g-iusoai-n aUoeat, rUate Street, Ss-letai.
J. B. SPRKXOER.
Corner Front and Salmon Streets, Port
This New and Elegant Hotel, with New Fur
IS NOW OPEN FOR
THE RECEPTION OF GUESTS.
Bat. Bos-en tor the A
of tioeete. Free t'osw-k to suist
use ii siisir
tSTCONIE AND SEE VSSEi
SPRENGER & TAYLOR, - - PROPS.
THE HOME 8HUTTLE
HAVlJfft KSTABLISHKU AX AliKXCY
at Herrandet' nook-tore. 1 mil in"'
-irepnre I In turnlrh Maohiiras at PurtlaiHl
PrU-ei. Alllindnor Stre-lle on band and
old Mxchlni". of all klml rrrlred ami war
ranie I. Ail the late Iropro-renK-nts altached
In the oM utTle Home Shuttle for tbe addi
tional price of Hve dollar.
J. J. AB!8TBONfU.
Airrnt at Salem.
Uct. lot, ISTilim
NORTH SALEM STORE!
W. L. WADE
AT TI1K OLD GKEEX STORE
Haa I uat 1-ecelTed
A FULL ASSORTMENT
Hardware, General Merchandise,
City and County Trade.
Bouirhl a. low. ami -nil lie sold at an mm 1 1 a
I prollt a thoee who sell at 1-0M.
63rt;ooil dellveml to any rt of the ottjr .
ree of charj-n. AAif j
Mi-- iwirah Undscy
HAS REOPEXED HER DRESS-MAK-in(t
Ku!li.-liliK?nt on Commercial St.,
j In the rooms formerly occupied by I). W.
1 Jone, near the Union "Hotel, where he will
.'i Ire pleased to nee her okl customer and maujr
new ones. aup-KI'i'Ura
JOSEPH BERXAKI). PROrKIXTOR.
Has jUKt received a large invoice of :
; WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
; His bramls eml)ra.-e the choicest Taiietiea.
I Be sure and
! C.IVE IIITI A CALI
and he will make yon feel at home.
'THE BISHOP SCOTT GRAMMAR
i A Boarding and Day School for Boys,
i THE X EXT TERM WILL BEGIN ON THE
Mi of Hpiitrmbor.
Knr AdniiMon apiilT to PROF.
LAIXt', or to illslKiP MORRIS.
f( DKUGGS AN D MEDIC INKS.
SALEM DRUG STORE!
J. W. Crawford & Co..
Drug. Chemical, Olio, and
Pure Wines and Liquors.
; At all hour of the day and night, by a
Pntton'a Block, State Street, Maleaa.
W. Wr.ATIIF.HVOIin. J. W. WEATHEK D
WEATHERFORD & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer. In
Paints. Oils, Glass, Chemicals
Patent Medicines & Proprietary Articles.
PI RE WISE A3TD UtI'OBK,
lor Medicinal Purposes.
Prescriptions Filled aod lltdirinrs CvcponDH
WEATHER rORD ft CO.
Mrs. Howell biui rl-red her t-rew
toi k of Fall Goods. The Ladles wishing to
purchase will find It to their advantage to call
and see them, as she Is deslroas of disposing
of her present stock of Milleoery Goods.
OREOONT ft CALIFORXIA RAILROAD
Company, Land Depart ment, Portland,
Oregon, April 5, 1872. -Notice is hereby given
tliat a vigorous prosecution will b Instituted
against anv and every person who trespassea
upon any Railroad Laoa, by uniting and re
moving timber therefrom before toe same ia
BOUGHT of the Company AN D PAID FOR.
All vacant Land In odd numbered sections,
whether surveved or unsurveyed, within
distance of thirty miles from tbe Una of tbe
road, belongs to tbe Companv.
April 10 dlrccwtt Land Agent.
WE ARE XOW PREPARED TO FUB
ninli our citizens with Lumber and Ex
press Wagons, and four spring Carriages. Aa
we employ none but the best workmen, and
use the very best material, we can warrant
our wagons to be all we represent.
T.CUNNINGHAM ft CO.
THE undersigned, wbo rbrmerly worked
in tbe city of Salem, baa returned and re
opened a shop near tbe
He will do first-class work and at reasonable
ralea. Jyatwtfl MABKHATDaVS.
Rkbex ah nBonr Lodoi -Meets at Odd
Fellowt Hall tbe 1st Tnesdav evening of each
tooth at 8 oVIoca. All Brethren, with their
wives. In good standing, arena vita d to attend.
Bv order of M. O,
Salem, Jnly 4tb. 1872-tf
THE partnership heretofore existing nv
der the name of Davennort ft Wo Hard.
at Sllverton, Oregon, la this day dissolved by
mutual consent. The business will be here
after conducted at the old stand by J. C Da
venport, wno assumes au iiamiiuos ana to
whom an news due the linn will be paid.
Those indebted will please call and settle 1m-
IIH7.USICIJ, ns wo atinu w ttttaje- up IDS airm
business as soon ai possible.
I). WOLF AUD.
Sllverton, June 24, 1872.
OH YES! OH YES 1 1 OHYESIII
ALL PARTIES KNOWING THEM
selves indebted to me will pleaee walk
up to the Captain' Office and settle. Tobao
co and Cigars cost money and Mock cannot
be replenished without bullion. ' Please settle
and oblige, yours lru.lv, -
Out lo, wrfctt
Cure for t'a-s-ctia awt (oMia. Aa aooan
ss there Is the slightest nneaelnees ot tbe
Chest, with dtffloith'y rf brouhlng. or Inrhva
tion of cough, take during the day a few
."Brown Bronchial Trocbom."
CAPITAL BOOT & SHOE STORE
IKEill-constant 1 v on band a good assort
ment ofCaoIornU and Kawtena Boots awl
Bpeoaal attrnuoo paid to the aaaiiuOactnre .
CUSTOM MADE BOOTS 4 SHOES
Of every style. Peg-red, Sewed and also
Celebrated Screw Bottom,
Made to order. Work and Ot gneranteed
Noncjlmt the br4 rriK-h brands used