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NOTES FRNM THE CAPITAL.
INTERESTING TO FARMERS!
[Condensed from Oregonian and Cill l>ispatche».l
Salem, Or. Sept. 29th, 1877.
Every day we see the foot travelers
OCTOBER 12, 1877. tramping alqng the dusty roads. Some
E ditor T idings :—I am not a pro Louisville, Oct. 1.—The verdict of
coroner’s jury in the case of Henry
of them are no doubt really in search fessional news-gatherer or newspaper the
killed by Hon. Cassius M. Clay
qpHE UNDERSIGNED, BELIEVING IT
of employment, seeking fortunes in a writer, but will send a few notes from says: “We are constrainedto justify said
1 to be to the mutual advantage ot
strange land, determined yet to win by the Capital City, which may find favor Clay and believe he did it in self-de
The chase of Joseph has involved honest exertions a respectable liveli with some of your numerous readers. i fense.” It is understood that White at
tacked Clay because of his mother’s
much more labor and suffering than is hood, but the many are doubtless
The late heavy rains have damaged dismissal
Millers aDd Farmers,
from Clay’s service.
generally supposed. We read the oc- ( shiftless loafers, who do not look far the wheat crop in this vicinity consid-I
casional notes from the Iadian cam ther ahead than the daily wants of the erably, and those farmers who were so 1 Reading, Penn., Oct. 2.—The trial
the July railroad rioters began to
Have made arrangements whereby the
paign, dated at various points all the body, else they are on the alert for an unfortunate as to be late with their of
day. Samuel Humphreys indicted for
way from Snake river to the Yellow opportunity to steal and plunder. It work, are very blue over the prospeots. burning theLebanon valley bridge, turn
stone, without realizing that the sol is really unfortunate for those who are One of this class, living four miles ed states evidence, and confessed that
Ashland and Phoenix Mills,
dier boys under Howard have actually actually suffering from some unhappy east of town, has 150 acres of wheat he held the lamp while other men used
crossed a third of the continent in par- fortune and are in search of an oppor standing in the shock.
suit of the rebel chieftain. The In tunity to rise from the dast of the road
Deadwood, D. T., Oct. 2.—At a con- •
The clouds are clearing away, and
Will be under the management of J a
dians, acquainted with the country, by earnest and honest exertion to a
lately held, Judge Whitehead
mounted on their hardy ponies, used place which society will recognize as
was chosen as a delegate to goto Wash
cob W agneb . who will have charge of
ington in the interest of a New Terri
themselves to all manner of privations respectable, that so many unscrupu
both Mills for tt e Company during the ensu
t»ud hardships, capable of living where lous vagabonds are also abroad. There orable, there will be the largest attend tory.
New York, Oct. 2.—The
says it We take pleasure in announcing that tbi: ing year, ending July 1st, 1878.
the soldiers would absolutely starve, is many a poor eastern boy on this ance ever before seen on the Fair
has been freely asserted in Hoboken
oi.u and si usTANTiAi. iusliliilio.i is in ac
We will pay the highest market price for
have accomplished what would be a coast who left the parental roof with Grounds. Stock for exhibition is be- j that the city treasurer, John Ramera.
good merchantable wheat, and are prepared
marvelous undertaking for the troops, scarcely means enough to bring him ginning to come in from a distance, hor 1 is a defaulter to the extend of $80.000
t'4 contract flour sacked and branded at
or $90,000. He has since confessed,
and it is even surprising that the troops across the continent, who finds himself
the Mills, at $18 00 per thousand pouuds.
encumbered with their wagon trains jomeless and friendless in a strange
have kept even within a few days march and, and notwithstanding the many
meagre. Stone, nominee of both BLANKETS,
of the Nez Perces. Doubtless the most advantages which this land of varied ducts, to help make up the grand exhi tions
parties for Judge of Supreme Court
Oflice of the Company at the Ashland
effective soldiery for a rapid and con in lustries can offer to those who are bition.
Mills. Addi ess,
elected. The womans suffrage amend
Politics is beginning to assume some ment is defeated.
tinuous chase on an Indian trail are not ashamed to libo’r, yet many a poor
WAGNER, ANDERSON à
Cheyenne, Oct. 3.—The Black Hills
the scouts and frontiersmen who are damping youth experiences many a
thoroughly acquainted with the ways ■severe trial before he can find a place. parties are laying socret plans to out Stage Company, offer $1,000 for the
of the rod-man and who can follow and We were led to these reflections by a general tho other in the coming cam capture of robbers but depredations
continue. They stopped the coach in
tight him somewhat after his own man sight which met our eye this morning paign.
the vicinity of Buffalo gap last night.
ner. But the regular troops, though as we were walking up Main street.
There is a wonderful commotion in Passengers are very cautious seldom
they be the most sagacious and cour Two good looking boys, ragged, travel- our community just now over the carrying currency. The robbers were
ageous men on the continent, carrying worn and almost bare foot, were mak “Last Resignation.” The Editors of
Advices from Camp Robinson sav
their supplies on wheels, must neces ing their moraing toilet at a little the Statesman and Mercury are waging a
twenty lodges left Spotted Tail last
sarily fall behind on an Indian trail brook by the road side—vainly striving fearful warfare upon each other over night. For every lodge that comes in
through the mountains, unless the In- to smooth their long matted hair with this matter, while the Superintendent six go out.
diaus choose themselves to make a an almost toothless fragment of a comb of the State Penitentiary occupies a
Fernandina, Oct. 3.—No deaths from
stand. In the absense of a strong and and drying their care-worn faces on very unpleasant position. There is a yellow fever to-day. Six new cases;
Nothing but Genuine Wool.
thoroughly equipped scoating force to their ragged coat tails. It was a ludi consolation in knowing that while this city in a deplorable condition.
New York, Oct. 3.—Win. H Vander
Fend in pursuit of Joseph when he fir:t crous sight yet a s .d one, and as we is going ou, the rest of mankind are at
One Hundred Pairs Pants
started ou his flight to the buffalo coun stopped for a moment to observe the peace.
Fifty Pairs Boots,
LSO SOCKS and STOCKING VARY,
crease the pay of all employes of the
try the only hope was in managing the proceeding we could not help thinking
Bev. P. S. Knight, Pastor of the company effected by the July reduc
Must Le Sold inside oj Forty Bays,
troops on the Montana side in such of those lines from the poem of the Congregational Church of this city for tion of 10 per cent, an 1 whose pay Mill purchasers.
Pants Worth $7 for............................. $1 00
way as to intercept him and at lea3t de Tramp which now seemed so appropri the past ten years, leaves ou the out amounts to less than $2,000 per annum,
Boots Wurth $7 50 for......................... $3 50
5 per cent. To take effect Nov. 1st.
lay him until Howard could get within ate—
going steamer for the Eastern States
Wheeling, Oct. 4.—Steamer Comfort
? » i s 'ì And other goods exceedingly low.
striking distance from behind. We I’m a beg^er, we'l, what if I am, who ciresl
on a two months’ visit.
Call and secure bargains.
cannot rid oQrself of the idea, in the Of lhe million« who dwell in this ear h
“Mem Linton,” formerly a brilliant known io have been killed, three are
MRS. M. W. 11A11QADINE.
WnogDes me his help,or who comfort« and sht’res
The highest market price paidI for Ashland Sept 4, 1877.
absence of conclusive evidence to the Hi« food, or the money he’« worth.’
Oregon Poetess, now a resident of
contrary, that there was a rare oppor Yet I live—that 1«, Huve, for my beijgeily Lie
Goo< 1 N alive Wool in money or
N. J , Oct. 4 —The Tren
Putman, Ohio, writes to friends in this ton Trenton,
Woolen Mills, a large brick build
tunity for this when Capt. Bawn found Is a mixture of hunger and must;
I euirruleulon',’, throughejith’8 woriy snl strife city, enclosing the photograph of her ing, was destrov by fire last night.
himself entrenched in the middle of .And
WUST T/% ECEIV
leige lord, an aged minister of 60 sum Loss about $50.000.
’Lil! I’d fain ask my self—Am I cc.«“
the trail upon which Joseph was re
mers, and remarks thut i* is far better to
Cheyenne, Oct. 4.—Deadwood Stage
treating. But on the promise of the DECISION IN REGARD TO SWAMP be a petted wife than an over-worked robbed about 12 miles from Ft. Lara
wily Chief that he would not molest
tnie last night. Contributions of pas
as follows: S. M. Wheaton
the settlers bat move on quie .Iy to the
Some months ago the General Land
$40, Mrs. Ella King $140; W. T. Scott
buffalo country, he was allowed to go Office declined to certify lands to the
this section, and I am pleased to see it $3 aud a revolver; William Smith $1;
his way in peace.
State of California as swamp, for the copied from so extensively by other Mr. Server $50 and a revolver; un
Though Gen. Howard may not be a reason that sundry pre-emption datais
known passenger $150.
distinguished success as an Indian were on record coveriug them. Schurz papers, especially iu matters relating to
Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 4 — By the
tighter, yet we must admit that he has on appeal has reversed this decision, the development of Southern Oregon coll sion near Clyde of two freight
Ail (1 toss,
trains John Kelly, engineer, was killed
shown a commendable degree of spirit and lays down the new aud very im aud its grand unrivaled scenery.
and energy in his campaign, and before portant rulings for the future guidance
and one train wrecked; loss $75 000
ASHLAND WCCLtN JVJ’FG. CO.
we condemn fhim we should inqaire of the department. The swamp laud
Elmira, Out. 4.—At the tenth annual
(>o. 1U it)
LATEST WAR NEWS
whether or not his failure to overtake aot of 1850 was a grant in p.esenti, and
session of the Conductor’s Brothel hood
Joseph is not due more to our system under it the State of California was en [Conder.RjJ from Ore^onV u and C JI iliipa'che?.] of the United States, it was unanimous
of Indian warfare, than to any shori titled to all the lands at that date act
Consrantinople, Oct. 5.—A telegram ly resolved that in case any brother
coming on the part of the commander. ually swamp. The act of July, 1866, from Makhtar Pasha announces thai
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in the fearful engagements before Kars ployes he shall be expelled.
to quiet land titles made no new grant the Russians have been repulsed with
Philadelphia. Oct. 5.—The State
SAVE THE DESERT LANDS.
of such lands, bat only quieted the ti heavy loss. They have fallen back ou Central Committees of the Greenback
und United Labor parties have agreed
While all over the land we are wile tles to land which had been regarded Karayal pursued by the Turks.
London, Oct. 5.—A telegram from to unite for the purpose of conducting
on the question of irrigation, turning by the sale as swampy, although per Moscow
states that intelligence is re the present campaign and will be
CIGARS AND T03ACC0,
streams at great expense; and boring quently, the saving clause in favor of ceived there that the Russians repulsed known as the Unitel Greenback and
Chinaward for water in the hope of fer the pre-emption rights of 1866 does not two attacks by Makhtar Pasha with Labor Central Committee.
New York, Oct. 5—The Sioux and
tdizing the arid plains, at last a class apply to lands which were actually heavy loss.
Fancy Goods, Ladies and Gents
who have been here for
Constantinople Oct. 5.—The recall of
of business men have been found who swamp, and all pre emption settlements
several dayn, left tonight for Council
propose to make the deserts bloom anc on such lands conceded to be swamp Mehemet Ali is ascribed to the influence Bluffs after smoking the pipe of peace.
Z >8 II I A (i (i (J () E N,
are absolutely void, unless made prior of Mahmoud Dahmoud, the Saltans
blossom with a new industry. They pro to September, 28, 1850.— Record.
Boston, Oct. 5 —The national asso
pose to cult’vate a species of cactus,in
of wool manufacturers, in an
London. Oct. 5 —A Berlin dispatch
digenous to the desert regions of Cali DIFFICULTIES OF GEN. HOWARD'S save ths Russians officially acknowl nual convention, expressed the opinion
fornia, consequently the less water they
edge the loss of 52,000 men up to Sept. that it was impossible at. present for
our manufacturers to contend in the
have on their fields the greator their
Markets of the world with the cheap
In our last issue we chronicled the
Berlin, Oct. 5.—Mehemet resigned labor and low rates of interest of Eu
satisfaction. It is found that this des fact
that Gen. Howard, with his whole the chief command of the Turkish
ert plant will furnish excellent materia command, wagon aud pack traiD, had army
on account of a lack of co opera-
for making rope, and an establishment arrived at a point five miles below the tion on the part of other generals, and
Savannah Ga , Oct. 5—Robt. Small,
in tian Francisco has actually begun the falls of the Yellowstone; an achieve becaq.se the government failed to furn colored ex-Congressman. was arrested
ish the reinforcements demanded.
manufacture of cordage from it
persons well posted in the character of
would indi the route traversed bv the troops from
cate that a very fair article of paper Henry’s lake to the Yellowstone Maj. ficial accounts, the Russians under saved. Boat valued at $15.000.
Grand Dnke Michtel. have been defeat
can ba manufactured cheaply from this Benham informs us that it is a wonder ed between Ani and Ratio. Two Rus Fernandina. Oct. 6—Two deaths
A Full Stock of
cactus fibre, hence it may grow to be an ful feat to take wagons on that route, sian generals were killed.
from yellow fever since last report; six
immensely valuable article. The head credit for the energy he has shown on
It is rumored that peace negotiations
of the firm before referred to lately vis this march, if not for efficient Indian will shortly commence between the Weather cool.
H A R D W A R E
New York. Oct. 6 —The examination
ited the U. 8. Land Office at Sacramen fighting. We learn that the men com Porte aud Montenegro.
Bacharist, Oct. 5.—The matter of that in the Seuate ring he paid mein
to toascertain where lands may be found posing Howard’s command, who have
T O B A C C O
Hardware, Cutlery Etc.
communication opeu across bers for voting for a bill in committee
in California sufficiently desert like to route in Nur- h America, are the ragged- the Danube
during the winter is being
grow this caotus. There aro perhaps est troops ever seen; their shoes aud discussed. One plan is to place a of the whole, aud allowed them to vote 1
no lands in Oregon upon which this boots are worn out and they are bare bridge on floating iron cylinders; anoth as they pleased on final passage. The
names were not recorded in committee
Always on hand and made to or
plant could be grown, unless on some footed; they are binding up their feet er, to keep steamers constantly crossing. of the whole, but were on final ballot
London, Oct. 6th.—From Mukhtar
der, the best of
of the dryest plains of the Lake coun ticles as may answer the purpose, to
Pittston, Pa,, Oct. 6.—The Pennsyl
try, and there the climate would per enable them to march over tLe rocks the Russians have withdrawn from the vania Coal Company miners have
Till Midt ii on and Copperware
haps be too cold, yet our sister State and crags on their route. They are a right and centre of his line and concen agreed to resumo work on the com
Cheap For Cash
may profit largely by this new indus pitiable sight, aud deserve the commis trated their entire army at Aktochabala pany’s terms.
of the people and government. on Kars Ischat, fifteen miles east of
Atchison, Kansas, Oct. 6.—A part of
try. We shall oontinue to watch the eration
great iron bridge across the Mis
Kars. The object of the Russian at
movements of Tubbs & Co , with no lit
Thty will sell at (he very
at this place, fell with a terrible
tack is to cut Makhtar off from Kars,
tle interest since they are the pioneers thus far, of Gen. Howard’s summer drive him under its walls and shat him crash at 12 o’clock to-night. The dam
in desert cultivation.
campaign, that officer at least ought up there. If it fails the second Rus age is to be repaired in thirty days.
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Ft. Davis, Texas, Oct. 6.—A Mexican
not to be made the scapegoat for faults sian campaign in Asia will be over.
A FIGHT WITH JOSEPH.
not his own. Jaded by his long jog
The Ottoman army at Shumla can mob, some hundred strong, took pos
alter Joseph, Howard ventured the hardly make an offensive movement un
We trust the public will give us an op-
poriuniiy to verily our statements before
Gen. Nelson A. Miles telegraphs
hold the officials prisoners. Letters purchasing
Gen. Terry, that he surprised the Nez brought from Gan. Sherman a retort er and roads continue good, heavy fight to-day state that the Mexicans in large
And all kinds of Merchantable
Perces in the Bears Paw mountains, on Yet thus far Howard's fellow depart ing may be expected in that direction ■ numbers have captured and hold all
the morning of Sept. 30, capturing ment commauders have apparently in a few days.
At Plevna the Roumanians have There are no troops on the frontier and
about six hundred horses, mules and
their sap to within a few yards a horrible massacre is imminent. Judge
ponies. The Indians lost 17 killed, in fresh horses for his baud all around in
the second re Chas. A. Howard is a prisoner bound
cluding Looking Glass and Josoph’s Montana, and has plenty of change doubt of the Gravitza of ridge.
brother, and forty wonnded. Gen. horses with him, to nse in case of aoy
IIAXDY <1- ROBERTS.
London, Oct. 5 —The army of Chef-
Miles’ loss about 24 killed and 42 giving out, or of his being pressed by ket Pasha at Orchaaie is reported re Cincinnati, Oct. 7 —The Czar has
decorated Hon. A. T Go«horn for ser
wounded. Up to last accounts the In our cavalry to greater speed. The ani enforced.
vices to Russian exhibitors at the Cen
mals used by our forces are the same
The concentration of a considerable tennial exhibition. ‘ He becomes a
dians were invested in ravines where wearied ones that they started with.
Miles believed ho could hold them. He We must say that, despite the popular army in Osman Pasha’s rear may be the knight of the second class, with the
seems to think there is communication mockery of Howard, we do not think it forerunner of his withdrawal from star of the order of St. Stanislaus.
Plevna, if the movement is possible.
New York, Oct. 7.—The World says:’| WATCHMAKER AKD JLWELER rpHE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE FOUND
between Joseph aud Sitting Bull. He strange that, in a solitary and unaided
An immediate mobilization of anoth I Clerk Adams has completed the roll of
JL at Ilia shop on Main street, two door«
says it would cost many lives to assault
f oui tLe livery stable.-:, where he is prepared
been able thuafar to outride him.—A’. er Russiaa army corps for Bulgaria is the house. The parties will stand
them in their position but he hopes to 1’ Times.
io do all kinds of work in Lis line ut the
Democrats 152; Republicans 139; one
wear them out eventually and compel
Constantinople. Oct. 6.—Ali Saib, Republican from Colorado and one
them to surrender. It is thought that
It is stated the Bastians are contract commander of the Turkish forces on Democrat from Missouri omitted. The Juft received, a lurge se <1 »elect lot of Gold and WAGONS, BUGGIES AND ALL KINDS
with British manufacturers for iron the southern frontier, says the Monte Louisiana delegation stands four Dem Plated jewel y ; also, a g md ue.-orimeat ¿f
Gen. Miles’ force consists of three com
Of Vehicles Made to Order.
for winter quarters for the sol-! negrins on Friday attacked Podgaritzi ocrats and two Republicans. Florida
panies of the 2nd cavalry, three of the
diers. These ate to ba erected near Spuzi and the small forts of Avme Is- has one Democrat and one Republican, CL OCR'S, JUJ TC1IES, SEE CT A CLES, Rep ;iring of all kinds done with dispatch,
7th cavalry and eight of the 5th Infan Bacharist and are to be sufficient to mail and Dervish, and tho attack was instead of two Republicans as formerly
Eje glares and Sewing Machine needles conetaatly call and tee ine.
house a hundred thoasind men.
un Lui.d ai-d for sale al minimum prices.
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