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Legal Advertise inenla to be Paid for up-
on milling Proof by the Publisher. .
Personal Atlvs. 50 Cts. a Line. -¿ q
[FROM THE PORTLAND iUlLlEH.)
’«WTll.L PRACTICE IN
▼ V ^tnte Courts-.
marl 1 v8tf
Spain and Cashing.
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Report of tho Director of Mints.
W ashington , Ntiv. 21— The
annual report of* the director of
mints shows the ijoi
$33,553,965; silvcH $1.072,680;
minor pieces, £2,302
/IT 375; .total b
$43.851,708. The deposits were,
gold, $38,556,293; silver, $16,070,:
626. Additional vaults are requi.
red in the treasury. .Offices in vari
ous parts of the country for the
storage of silver coin, in view of
the contemplated resumption of
specie payment. Addition of as-
Corner Sixteenth and C»«tro streets
Eggs for Hatching
Jfroin the largest and best breU Fowls in
^Carefully packed and warranted to carry
Mfely any dial hce. The varieties
c mnp rise
Dark an I Light Brahmas, Buff and Pfrt-
, ri lge Cochins, White leghorns, Hbn-
dans. and Silver »Spangled II am burgs.
Black Spanish, White Dorkings: Golden
A. Polands, Aylesbury Ducks, and Game.
Sebright and Black African Bantams
B 4« Turkey-«, ibe finest collection on the
i d^Seud stamp for illustratedcircular to
Importer and dealer of Choice poultry. Box
659, San Francisco.
Please state what paper you saw this
»nd post ]>ald—THE BEVERLY BUDGET
it week, CASH to all, at
a home or
_ Sometlilng entirely
_r new.- Ad
THE BEVEKL YCO.,
jlreas at once,
S an D iego , Nov. 19.—The earth
quake of last Monday was very se
vere between here and Yuma. An
adobe stage station and corral at In
dian Wells were thrown down. At
New river a portion of the buildings
fell down, and at Gardner’s a portion
of the buildings were shaken down.
The heaviest shock was about 2:30 P.
M ., but lighter ones continued all
night at intervals, until 9 o’clock the
lition or withdrawal of the^depre-
ciated silver coins shill have been
• accoplishcd gold w ill I inter freely
into channels of cir0 dlation and
money affairs resuijnc i their usual
course.- The sooner the German
monUary reform now in progress
is completed,’ and tlj e .Bank of
France resumes 8|>eci| i payments,
the better it’ will be fi^i p Germany,
France and the Uiii ited States.
The time fixed fob roiumptioif in
| France is July 187$, lit itls prob
able that'it will takemlace before
that time. Whenever ¿the German
Empire shall have itsjgreat mone
tary reform well undgr way, and
when France once Fem afloat her
immense specie reservé the active
demand* for gold wil) no doubt
close, and the United States may
safely undertake the acquisition
of a sufficient stock of^oin for the
resumption of specie payment.
Boston lyool Mni-ket.
Boston wool market firm. Sales of
California at 23a35c for ./spring, and
I 16£&22c for fall; pulled jwools are in
fair demaad at 35a50cI« for super a^id
si I 1 25~|T75~f blip i IO I 15 bo
175 | 2 5Ò I 3 OD I K 00 I 12 | 20 00
2r>0 J 3 5ü | 4 .501 • 00 1 20 | 25 00
300 I 4 00 ] 5 00 I 11 | 25 j SO 00
I 450 I 5 501 6 0Ò j 18 | 30 ! 35 00
j Col.___ I ¿00 I 7 00 I 0<l0 [to I 3S~T4O OS
I 700 I 9 00 J 12 I 20 | 40 | «0 00
j 10 I 15 J 18 fSQ |60 I S100
BusineFP notice«* in the Local ColnB.ar, 25
"enti« per line, each insertion.
His only reply was to stride
“The^villagers hereabouts have
“Arc’you going to the picnic, a legend about a true lover climb awny down the glehn. /
Half way to the bottom of tlm
ing down to rescue his sweetheart
Natalie. Warwick was sitting from sottie impossible peril,” said hill he saw Mary Ellis, sitting all
by herself and weeping quietly.
languidly by the open window, a Nala’re, lightly.
A true lover might do it,” said
carved pearl fan in her hand, and
“Oh, Captain Westray! it wa»
a white lace shawl thrown care less- Professor Bluestone.
lv or er her shoulders, a dusky provided he whs under thirty. 1 so cpuel of her!”
“Don’t ci y, Mary,” he Baid aotrtb^
eyed, crimson cheeked bruuette, couldn’t.”
“And I would not.” said Cap ingly. “I am all safe and Mud,
who might appropriately have
sat down for the photograph of tain Whstray , as he stood a little yon sec. Beside- a man who will
iii the back ground with folded do such an idiotic act as that, is
i o\ al Cleopatra.
not worthy any f woman’s tears.
“I fton’i t know whether I shall arms.
Natalie had tormented him all Yon don’t really care so much
cr no ,” said Nataliy.
Mary Ellis looked almost envi day with her coquetries; had play about me as that?”
And then, as he lifted her wet
ously a Teller. Why was it, she ed with his heart a« if it were a
a>k^hp/selt, that all the rich wine foot ball; sho hod been at once ex eyes to liis face, he added, quick
of lib) Miould be held to the lips of acting, delightful, capricious, and ly:
“Little Mary, do you love mcT”
one who scarcelv cared to taste it? rcoltj,--and Captain Westray who
It was a heart caught in the re
it will l>c such fun,” said was an honest, straightforward fel
low,'utterly unaccustomed to thi^ bound! Thoroughly disenchanted
she, áSííully. ,
“riinïbt all certain of that,’’said sort of thiag. was beginning to with the royal Natalie, Mary’s
gentier attractions were the very
got tired of it.
Wouldn’t you?” said Natalie, ones to endear her to him. And
Worthington will be
looking up with a mischievious when they entered the wide veran-
“Old of course, Hugo Worth play of jet*y light under her long dir of the hotel that evening they
ington is just like a school boy let eyelashes. “Do you remember the were engaged.
Natalie cried herself to sleep
out of school. He goes every- story of King Frances and the
that night. She had really cared
where »> I
“No, / don’t,” said the Captain. for Captain Westray mure than
“And Captain Westray. n
tint came into Nata- “It, seems to me though, there was for any other man--and she bad
at the mention of this something in it about son/e bril.’ lost him forever. .
•‘I wish I had stayed away from
liant'court lady flinging a glove
inter the lion’s den to test her lov that odiovs River Picnic,” she sob
Will h^ be there?”
“Mrs. Turner told me 'that he er’s devotioH.”
Mary Ellis was married a few
“And he sprang after it, didn’t
had accepted,” answered Mary.
weeks subsequently, and Natalie
“Ti en perhaps I’ll go,”said Miss he,” said Natalie.
wouldn’t coma to the wedding.
“I would scorn to have a caval ’ Nor did any one care very much.
went up stairs to
her ovm Voom—the two girls were ier, less chivalrous,” said Natalie, --[Fireside Companion.
jpayinj g ay a fashionable summer with a languid sofine ss—and as
An Old GirL
hotel, i up?>n the edge of the Cats-
Minerva Isadora Manchester was
kill!1 mi miiitains, where the billows
pretty nearly all the name belonging
to a woman with gray hair, cracked
of New York life and fashion rok
voice and shuffling gait, who slided
led with the dawn of every sum-
mer, and looked at herself in the No one present fancied the idea of .out at the tolling of the bell.
This is a case of drunkenness, re
little feyn-wrrQthcd mirror' over reclaiming the scented trifle at the marked the court as he held up the
Hi?k of life or limb—but presently
Natalie Warwick andfMary El. Basil Westray swung himself over
Oh, well, don’t'be too bafaTon its
girls, she replied, giggling like a par
lis were distant cousins, but their
rot, and trying to look attractive.
fates in life seemed far. differently
How old are you? quietly asked his
marked out. Natalie was the on- Miss Ellis, hysterically snatching
ly ch ¡Id of a wealthy merchant, Na'a lie’s arpi. “Call hi in back! Houor.
I’ll be twenty-seven next week! she
with scarcely an ungratified wish Why don’t you call him back?’1
in the, world, while Mary, the niece ’“Don’t be a goose, Mary Ellis,”
‘Twenty-seven—yes— urn. You’U
of a surly old wholesale grocer,
Yiever see fifty-five again.
Ob, now, darling! she giggled,
who'hud adopted her because he “It won’t hurt him,”
“Remcm6cr his widowed moth pushing back her hair.
couldn’t very well help it, was l^ept
Don’t foel around this court, Mrs.
on scanty CQinmons of either love ci*,” sobbed Mary. “If his foot
should slip—-if he should be killed Manchester, but tell me how yon
plead to this charge.
“If J oil don’t get yourself mar —his death will be at vour door.”
I was a little tipsy, my love, she
Natalie paled a little at this,but said, but I am going to be steady af
ried off thii summer,” ■said
Levi, Willi a dog like snarl of the she made no reply. A mit.utc or ter this. Let me go this morning,
upper lipi “you’ll have to go to tUo afterwords voung Westrav old sweetness, and you shall hare a
teaching or something else. I can’t sprang up the grassy assent beyond slice cf the bridle cake.
I’ll bridle you for ninety days old!
support you any longer in idleness.” white as death, holding the pocket girl, replied tho court, and if I didn't
Which, as it may be imagined) handkerchief in his hand.
think ‘ you’d die of old age in th*fc
“Here is your handkerchief, time I’d make it six months, Go.
was very plea ant tidings for poor
Miss Warwick,’* said he. “But a back and sit down.
I know I’m not very pretty, ’> hundred thousand dollars would
A returned Enoch Arden was
said she, a; little mournfully, as she not tempt ine to do that again.
tearing around and rafting at a
And he walked away,
surveyed |icr reflection in the glass.
I have not jfot Natalie Wai wick’s
“I —I’m very much obliged to Christian community that
glorious eye» and satin-smooth skin you,” said Natal'e, faintly, “Cap- allow a woman to starve nearly to
but tnen, I’m not ¡»osilively ugly. tain Westray------ —
death iu the absence of her hus
And—and Qaptuin Westray is al
But he had turned away.
band. The truth is he left her ir\
ways verv polite, even if he isn’t
“You are not vexed with me?”
particularly attentive. Oh! I think said Natalie, in her soltest, most the days of Loopskif ts looking like
this O, and on bis return found her
I should be perfectly happy if some appealing tones.
“Vexed!” slowly repeated Basil. pinned back and looking like this
warm-hearted, noblc-natured man
like Basil Westray, would love “No, I am not exactly what you 1. ^fhe impression that she bad
would call vexed. But, Miss War starved was natural.
# wick, I never again can respect cr
<• You have lost your sunshade,
A man driving a wjn<|*broke^
admire the la<Jy who would delib.
Miss Lilis, if it had gone down the crately irisk the life of a fellow horse along Bridge street Satur
cliff no one could have recovered creature for the merest whim that day, was hailed by a small boy^
it,” said Hugo Worthington.
ever came into a weak and fickle who enquired if the borne waa for
didn^t know bat
'fiic man didn't
Mary colored, smiled and thank .head.» Do you remember how the sale, The
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ed him. Natalie leaned a little legend of King Francis and the he was. Wall, observed •UeJiitW
forward |o look down the steep Glove ended? ‘He threw the glove rascal, they’d like to git about «icb
but not with love, right in the la»- a critter up to the church to blo<*
‘The re is a path,” said she.
day’s face!’ good bye, Miss War the organ Sundays,
“But one trod only by wild goats wick.” |1
and wild animals alone,” retuyped
You are not going?” exclaimed
The school at this place oontia«M
to increase in numbers,
It costs no more to k ey good fowls thnn
S alt L ake , Nov. 18. - The case of
Brigham Young, held in custody by
Marshal Maxwell for contempt, on
order of Judge Boreman of October
20th, coming before Chief Justice
White on habeas corpus, it was decid
ed by him to-day that the judgment
of Judge Lowe, of May 10th, dis
charging the prisoner for alleged con
tempt and of disobedience to the or
der of February. 26th, by Judge Mc-
kean, requiring him to pay alimony
to Ann Eliz^i, was final and conclu
sive, and that upon the adjournment
of that term it became beyond the
power of the court, therefore, that
the decision of Judge Bore man in
commtting Brigham Young for con
tempt is void: that he is wrongfully
imprisoned and should be discharged.
Wm YOUR Ponliry.
Youn«j to be Di«cliarge<L
PRICE TEN CENTS.
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J I .
: Nut a lie’« Picnic.
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RATES OF ADVERTISING:
'j~3W~| :/ m 7 GM
N ew Y ork , Nav. 20.—A Herald’s
Washington special, dated yesterday,
E C. BRADSHAW,
says the reply of the Spanish Gov-|
to the note of Mi ister Cush-
JLttoruey at I.tiWj. eminent
ing was promptly transmitted by’ ca
ble to the State Department, and de
ciphered this morning. It proves to
Office in the Court House
be a dignified response to t^ie demands
which our Government made in the
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P. C, SULLIVAN,
matter of American interests in tho ¡ paying facilities ,tr tie New Orlc-
island of Cuba, and will, it is believ ans mint are submitted. The di
ed, dissipate all fears of Irouble be
■" \ hereafter he fonnd nt the south tween Spain and the United States. rector says that twojvears yield of
¡st corner room of Heed’s Opera.
irilly The. tone of the reply is firm but very the -mines w II, it is probable, fur
up stairs Salem, Oregon.
House, >, ulr
conciliatory. Tho justice of .our de nish sufficient silver 4b manufacture
W. M. RAMSEY,
mand is not ignored. Tho confusion , all the fractional ^urreucy coin
Attorney at Law, of affairs in Cuba obstructs the exer that caji
can be ad
ministration of tho requirements of I f’
! fractionabnotes. Tlie trade dollai
Office in the Court House.
the treaty of 1795. Spain defends i
her rights to maintain court martials ' coinage should be cantinucd if for
;ilÀS. A. BALL.
in .Cuba, and cites in ' support of her i no other purpose than to make a
BALL & S^TOTT,
position on the question that the U. local inarjict for gilder. The pur-
Attorneys at Law, S., during and for a long time subse clia-e o! silver bullion from Janu
to October 31,1875, was
Hl HMS feet, Oppmite .Occidental lintel. quent to the late war of seck-ssion, and arv 14, td
Franco, two years succeeding to the $8 349,747 at an average price
I’ORTLAND, OREGON. •
triumph of the republic over the com
b changes added, tor
mune, and even then, uudpr the mild
reign of Thiers, made use of similar base bullion of one qollar, eleven
mills per ounce the
extraordinary tribunals to deal out cents and fobr
-I. <1. Fit KU K1X.XKV HAS RC-
justice to public and civil enemies. In coinage rijtè of /rac
;iCtiunal| s il ver
saved h a Office an ' Itoddence ’o the
the case of France, thvsu tribunals coins beinj K one dolldr , twenty ■•four
Northwest corner of Alder and E.ist 1‘ark-
8t eets, (dtr.ilt'e h n:sv), where he can sentenced
to be shot or transported to cents and l! ¡ four, mills.iper
found at any time.
Cayenne, over 2,000 persons, and yet
The directa i speak s at
these tribunals exercised their funct ounce,
A. M. HUliLEY,
ions after the close of war, and the length of the course lof gold and
Attorney at Law,
ail vent of complete peace. Therefore silver during flic ]la st three years,
OREGON •Spain, iu the midst of her war iu Cu saying the monct'aj.’v&roubles hak*e
ba, maintains the right of using court i not been caused bjj iir Sufficient sup-
martials to try aff nders against her plies of goid, but I
|v its ha iving
laws, but readily makes the conces
in Ihr re sums I from
sions that American citizunB can have
their advocates or attorneys and pro-- circulation and the cl minished use
i duce witnesses in theirxjwiu behalf in i •of silver us a mediunj of exchange,
cvnfounity to the provision of article 1 The new coinage syj| tern of Ger-
7 of the treaty of 1795, and according many is mentioned, i) md the chief
delay in, jt<|romplction is
DEL’.VÊR tiU-TSH ME AT TO
my palr -iii in Lafavettd ut 3 ceir.s to
<; cent - per puuutl.
such mode of defence. Of course in
th* case of Spanish subjects no excep ne’ghboriiig count*ies. pmeticafiy
Tuesdays, ¡, Thursdays and Saturdays, tion will be made which Will allow closing wljat was expected would
will he at Lafayette.
the enjoyment of this advantage in be the nrgest and bd|t market for
defending themselves against prose silver.
Manufacturé ng the new
cution by the-Spanish authorities. standard fractional d miirs has al
For their offences in these j cases the
ready amounted , to I iibout $285,-
advocates will be designated by the 000,000. jThcgollJ
andard is to
chief military, authority or the cap
general will appoint them. The go into ç-fiéct throu|hd iut the entire
BOOT & SHOE MAKER, tain
on t die 1st o| «Ji jnuary, 1876
is a full synopsis of the answer of the empire
LAFAYETTE OGN. Spanish government in reply to Mr. in accordance with anHmnerial de-
AM PREPARED TO MAKE A No. Cushing, und has been deemed satis cree, and which Woqld appear to
1 pair of B-joto or Shoe» on short factory enough to warrant the coun- I
indicate the err ploy mint at an car-
termanding of orders originally given
dT’llepairing done with neatnsM and die- to put our navy in preparation for ly day of ih^re decided measures
such contingency as such misunder than heretofore fi r th« withdrawal
standing between the two govern of depreciated legal lender silver
coins. JU hen the complete demo"
LAFAYETTE, > OREGON, NOVEMBER 26, 1875
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