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QFTI'JIAL I.Vl'KIi FOR CLACKAMAS COLXTY.
Cragon Qitr Cr 03011 ,
Friday : : July 14, 1371.
Watkind.s Clarke Al'air.
If wo W'JbU be ietve ono-Lalf the fuTso
liooJs published i;i the Radical papers,
including thy Xurlfncesl, in regard to the
recent affray at S ilea wo could only con
clude that V'a?:iinds was one of ihe vilest
of criminals 9-iid that Sam Clarke was one
cf the "elect of Israel."7
From the fxv-i, l he Radicals tried 'o
make a partisan .ffuir of the whole irar.;
action. The .Sheriff of Marion county
secretly said to otic of his brother Radi
cals, that -if it was possible, VmCkitvl;
would soobe on ihe inside instead of the
outside of the Penitentiary,'" and in cider
to make his word good a grand jury -of
six Republicans and one Democrat was
selected. To show more, conclusively
the partisan annuaus. that was laovu.g
the leading spirits of the Radicals at
Salem we will instance the manner of the
preliminary eminalion. Witt kinds waiv
ing an examination was bonded over i:i
Squire Murphy's court in bonds of 050;.'
101 an assail it wTtli a uangeruus weapon,
whichwa3 considered ample bond foi an
offense of so little magnitude, for a great
number of bunds are now on tile in the
Clerk's office of Mai ion county even leta
than 500 for offenses of a greater char
acter. Rut C. X. Terry, a mau not over
blessed wiiii sense, had Vt'atkind.? hauled
iCp a second time for the same offense- and
fixed the bonds ;i t $5,000. saving at the
tinie that, the di'jrofti (?) of his -Court'' mii.,t
be. sustained by a heavy bond. YmdL'mds
ougl.Plo sue tliis self inflated Judge, for
'false imprisonment, and make him suffer
for his violent partisan hate, and from all
the evidence we believe he could be
made to pay heavy damages. Over two
days were spent by the Oram Jury hi
trying to find a bill. Nearly everybody in
Salem was examined as to what they -knew
about it.' They not being able to Had
evidence sufih lent to bring an indictment,
cent all around the town and county for
witnesses to prove that the whole affair
was a conspiracy of Wat kinds and others
1o mob Claike. As nothing could be cs
O tablished, two whole days were spent in
voting on a bill. Four were ia favor of.
and three against finding a bill, as the
eyidonco did not warrant such an outrage
upon justice, but doe partisan lash v.i
brought to bear, and a bill found for as
sault with a dangerous weapon.
Several of the (J rand Jury were in
fatdr of bringing a bill against Clarke for
the first assault with a dangerous weapon,
a bill which the evidence would sustain.
Rut as they started in to con vicr vVatkiuds
hehad to suffer, although innocent of any
'mention to do wrong. All the evidence
O t',UUTi llsat Choke was (he aggressor in
publiidng the slanderous u! tacks in (he
Naicsm.in and also made the first attack
with a dangerous weapon, he (Clarke)
having stabbed at 'Vntkinds with a V.
billed knife before he. (Watkiuds) even
.struck him with a cow-hide, and had it
not have been for Walkiud.- v.-a I eh, th
blade would have gone to his heart. The
shooting was wild it being done to scare
Clarke away from continuing to u--e las
knife. The above I acts are gathered ham
a gentleman who is thoroughly posted in
iilthe matter, and is but- ihe truth of the
ulluir. Vvatkinds plead "guilty" knowing
tbat it was the determiuaihm to convict
and not to give lain justice.
John A. Bir.tjh.am-
This notori ous iudiv idual is now in
Oregon and has been speaking to the
Jladicatf. He delivered himself i:i behalf
)f Orant and th- Radical party at Salem
lust Friday evening. Thi me.n. says an
exchange, was one of the chief partieip i
tors in tiio foul murder of that Hindi m
woiuan, Mrs. Suriait. It will bo remem
bered that he was the leading prosecutor
in the case, having received from ( "haver n
r.ient large blood -money (o act in thai
capacity. During the whole proceedings
he pursued her wi'h a m-.ilignhy worth v
of a tie ml. said look every advantage of
his i-ositioii p. iirojure iuu-coiivieiion. Ji
will also ho remembered tliat Iluihr
branded bun on trie- il or of th.j House of
Representa'ives as the murderer of an
innocent woman. 'I 'd-is a fining eiea
ture to a 1 Jre-s an assemblage of iheli
cals. Democrats can atf n'd to smi'e with
contempt at his n:.u'g':sr.t and libel , us
allegations louoh'mg their record. Rut
can imur opponents aderd io bo m-nt-n-d
u uy mm: 1 1 ..uiy sic a
-at ion of the Radical
e ut'er deimu-a!
coders, when see'.
u man ts put forward as iheir spokesman.
Euuot:. Last week v.e published an
item lini the Ja ak. which stated that a
decision had beeti rendered at Washington
to the effect that .my person dying "is the
lawful owner of the land of which he was
jii possession it the tUne of his death."
Hiis is no! so. The heirs mav n-, msi
Complete the occtipti'.'cn and fii'dlilmeut
Of the !w. but the property cannot be
O kn charge of by the administrator nor
is It liable for any indebtedness. It is
simply decided that the heirs nny avail
themselves rd Ihe time ihe land had been
uveupiod. and if they leave the same, ii
reverts back to th- Government. There
has never been such a case before the
courts as reported by the llavdd. It was
a decision rrtade by ihe Commissioner of
the General L aid Odd -e.
CoMi't.!Mi.;xrAi:Y.--Wo feel highly ikitter
cd over the complimentary notice we re
ceived l ist week iti (he AYtr Xoilhtrcst.
edued by Mrs. A. J. Duniwav. It talis
to the ladies to bestow such hie', cotnnli
Juents on num. They kncnv ho.v to a)
that they Jo. it is ,v.; expected that men
caabeso full of compliments because
they are such -dial, die d brutes, von
- - . i
;ut '-ue womea would
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"K...-a t', , aow urxi incum-
oeis the world cat . i
i. V,. ;i:'
l Wr !,;o, ...:,-,.. 'a o s-TH-nco
'- '"'-a crowded oat.
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TIig Portland, Dalles and Salt Lake
Railroad Letter frciaEcii. J. H.
fc later, 1-1- C-
La Giu.VDH. Jane 12, 1ST1
A. V. D ox .SW : Your letter of
the 1th inst.. is now before me. In it yon
express a wi-h to have my views as to
what ought to be (Rule io secure the eurlv
completion of the Portland. Dalles and
Salt Lake Railroad. I can best comply
widi your wish by adverting to the im
portance of the proposed iad. and then
to the instrumentalities by which we may
reasonably expect to secure its early com
mencement and coKioii tioii. Pen kind is
j now the commercial emporium of Oregon
j and mast so remain, it hi r people and
I those indentiiied with her iaeres;s seize
f stud ricutlv use the advantages of her po
! Snuafed in latiinde -15 "at, accessible
at all times for ocean steamers, her 'geo
graphical and co!iimcr: ial posiiioii is one
(jfgreat importance. " Directly east of her
is the only doorway through ti e mountain
burners which lie paraikd .ish the coast
from Rr'ni.-h Columbia to Han Diego, li.
may be fairly assumed ihal this jiasape
way, cut through the Cascaa' range bv
the waters id' Coluuibia. furnishes the most
practicable railroad route from the Pacific
ocean eastward into the great interior ba
sin of the continent. And in this, as in
all of Nat ure's work.-;, there appeai-s
a wer.de; !'u! harmony of i... . ig.u ' . i;o
great Japan current, which sweeps up the
s n;th east eo.t.-t of Asia fr m the eou tto
ri.il re.;; ; of the Pac.'ic and Indian
oce,ii:s. strikes across eastward, etween
the f-e :ie:!i a:;d sixth-'!; parallels of nort!)
bit it iide. reaching the western coast of
North America in about latkude -b- norili.
I need not dwell upon the inSluence this
eu: re-;!, connec tion with the trade winds
of the r-ume region, must have upon the
eastward bound commerce of Asia, bear
ing it by irres!--;ib!e and unchanging laws
to that r articular j.oint of Americ-a"vhore
Nature has so utispicioii-dy provided the
means o! its transit across the continent,
awitiisg only the energizing industry of
tnati to be wrought into a great cuminer
Put now, after this commercial current
has been brom hl to our vcrv door it is
S carried southward from off the mouth of
! the Columbia ri?er in latitude 15: to
s-oS' from wheuce it niu.-f letnrn again, in
1 its in hit id course, to near the f.u-Jv-M'e.'.n.l
parallel at Salt Lake, going some sixteen
hundred miles to get about eicmt hit mired
from the p-o'mt where i; di Haded from its
direct e e: ; '.
No'.v, h-'t us look east war 1. and compare
Portland with San Francisco its to dNtae.ce
! from Commercial points in ami east ,,,' i!u
; id ississ'u .. v:d!ej'. and articulariy prnms
i endoac! d wi'hln lines drawn f:-.u Port
I h'ai-l to New 'ork on ilie north, vu 1 from
; Francisco to Galveston on the south.
Py st re. citing a tape liiie up'u; the surface
of any ue.th. otic map thowing the convex
ity ol the earth's surface, ii w ill be at once
perceived that Omaha. CNm ... Louis.
Cincinnati, and all points noith and east
of ihe last named place, are nearer to the
to a'h td' the Coluiubia. on a direct line,
ihan they are to San Francisco; I hat Mem-phi-t.
Char'e-iten, S. O, and Sa v;u;na'h. fix.
are as near to Porilaud as to San Francis
co, and that New Orleans and Ga'vesruii
can be reached IVum the mouth of the
Columbia or the e:1 ranee of t!ie Sindts of
Fiica on a much shorter iir.e via. Salt Lake
i'am from San Francisco; and lastly, ihat
the mouth of the Columbia river "n 1 the
eii trance to the S'r iis of Fuca aie e-pii-d'st
lut fa- e. Chicago and a!! points north
and ea-l of there, even the far famed
1 t:h. Tltese are i'acis of l:v m- s, injpovt
ant sigtiifieation. nit ! demons:.;;
i d Tiiat as e- -a,- '.. , ! wid. San Fran
cisco Portland is nearer to ail points ol
the Slates east of the? II eky Nountui:;-!
except Texas. Arkansas, N issksippi.
Loiiisditia. Alabama and Florida.
,S f'-ivl That even the excepted States
may be r'-a-.t'e'd fre-m the tmmtli (1 ip.
Colttmbla river via Portland and Sab i .aha
o:i a n.ncl: . h-u'ter line (;r imvei than via
San Id a -u-i-eo.
7V. '-. 'i luU ;es romparedi with rival
p;dnts north. Portland has nodang to h.se.
-.'i "fh.it there u;a- .- u.te,-:; -da-s
i;f the ..lississippi valiey an. I on ilse Aiiaio
tie sea, board, having an no a;re:o;a!o popu
lation of at leu-i io.i.itKl.ijU I, ate; : reor -
seipaua:: of i t I ua-mhars in t '--; .r:'-,-- ;.
... e ........ i - ! - .
v. nose iu nl U-oiiuH to, . Connection W 11 a j
tile 'af. dc fdioiihl be at Portland, becnUM"
it is lie neat',
gatieti. ia e i -
p;dnl t o :p- oee;ni navi-
' attdi nm-: direct of access
by irn:.-;o;i;';:.cii;ul rd' .vay. and is mn '
adv.mmcv e;dy bo a:a I resoec;.- !!:
vtods a.i-l oceati cut re;:'s of the
North FaeNe, v. h'ch mt;-t
teii.i'ly ahem the direct: a
ii-.-ea :a com me; e of A da. c
This hi in :t s o:o , s o,,, Ci)
the moans :t:. I ia -a aaoala!
v. can a i one see . : ; '. o ;a
men: a mi at tm d; ; da.v t
d" the ia;.,r- I
rd -: i . ,
;-a ier.iii.iu of I
tk a to,- wid ". i
:e com p :
of tl.P g'i'ent t:de!'!a;i::g-. v. la-m will con
nect i'orlktnd with Ski L ae.- by railway
a distance of aUnut sev--:i laitelred miles.
It. is takaiiied that ihe c ipiia! !e.eded
for Ihe ws :k liiii--' to :i great extent come
from on: si !e of Oregon. u.;d the utitlerfak-
t r. ,r 1 !') e , o Oi i - !
reet Ive ( ; o vei'n t u . n! aid
hind subsid v.
ti the wa e oi :i
i: is a. wt
- a o.
el 'act ihal c.ipitak
..' tu-atey ex .; t
or indirectly m iv
ihe importance (,f
.atea. s me.si ba
ecitous a i. 1 connus
Sis wit! tea,
this l ..ute and
made known to
Srom whence catond is to
he solicited or
iti my jntdg
, C' tcago. Sa
. : :: the ftc's
j may be expected, 'id
j way to ;mc aiipdsh 'id - i
i man?, by coiae-p-att h'tan
a i ss o, eau. a. a. v. ta tte
am' a kin '...,! -at. a Ney
a 1 1
si' rd tCC - S tc'i il:- I" .'.;.! s
nfu-ers of hoau -tox and
vo i,.e pitoecl their en
supt)ort. This may be
of i ee; ami Ci
it.dt.ee ihe, a to .
uone lurengti your own Ifoard of Trad,
calling upon other Hoards to consider the
matter, or more speeddy at. 1 effectively,
by :i c mnmrcial agent representing the
Commercial interests, of I'orilaml and Ore
gen, visiting these various !. dies in per
son and l iving before them lim who-Ie sub
jeck Th a such an effort would secure
the favorable ucthai of the ctmanereiai
b odies referred to. 1 have m doubt. This
attai::. d. it would at mice be rellected
upon the man- of Congress, and thus verv
matei niily assist in ihe passage through
thai body of ;i mo.auiv in our aid. Tim
loose m mner ana rv
ciess extravagance ,
wtacn uas eaartiaaac:! seme ot t! bills
granting aid to railroad corporations
.vi''ch",UV !'a"!l'J Cot;gress. has raised a
formidable oppoduui to everv measure
which stnacks ..f Pasd mouopulv in the
least, and any bill propo-Ing' a "irrant oi
land to a railroad coup. .ration is almos:
cariuki to be siigmatized as a "land grab."
That e-i'ors of past legislation sliould
be avoided it! Suture acts on this subject
is very readily perceived, but to insist
that because land monopolies have arisen
out of the vicious legislation t,f the past,
therefore no f ataher aid ought to be given
by the Government to other railroad en
terprises, calculated and designed to open
new ami important channels tor com- !
merce, is both illogical and unreasonable.
It has i'lag been a a axiom that Govern- 1
mont holds the public lands as trustee lor I
the people. Cheap lands for the landless
has long been the declared policy of the j
Government and iti carrying out "this poi- j
icy ic has long since cease 1 to look io the j
sale of public laud as a source of public '
revenue. Iht it is difficult to discover ;
the advantages of cheap lands, if to so- '
cure them the landless must transport all !
needed supplies iu ox wagons or oil pack i
males from three bur. 1 red" to five hundred '
nines, and bom whence ail surplus pro
ducts must. in. like manner, be transported
a like distance to Mud a market. Lands
at $2 30 per acre within twenty miles of
a great commercial thoroughfare, would
be vastly cheaper than at SI 2 .3 per acre,
or even as a gift under the disadvantage
of being from three hundred to five
hundie J miles distant from navigation or
There is not ceeessarilly an antagonism
between tie policy of cheap lands and
aiding railroad corporations by land
grants, in building extensive lines of road
through wild and umeitied portions of
tiie public domain. All needed govern
mental aid may be conferred upon the
company organized to build this raad
without creating, iu any vay whatever, a
monopoly of lauds or in any way abridg
ing the ricJit of actual settlers to acquire
titles to the lands granted at prices within
the reach of all. A grant oi alternate
sections for twenty miles upon either side
of the road, to be sold only to actual set
tlers in quantities of not more than IthJ
acres at not more than S2 fid per acre, is
all that is asked. Fader such resti ktions
there can be no rapid rise of the lands
granted alter the company become en
titled to them. Actual settlers can buy
the granted lands upon the same terms
as the remaining land.-, of the Government
within the limits of the exterior lines of
the grant. In this there is no monopoly ;
there is no breaking down of the policy
of cheap lauds Idr the landless ; there is
no hi ml grubbing as hitherto practiced.
Fat there is aid given to an impoi tan! en
terprise, national iu its character : a vast
an. I exlettsivo domain is opened up to the
settler where he may secure on equal
terms lands from the Government or from
the company, upon whose grant he may
enter and settle at pleasure and secure a
home upon the payment of the maximum
price ot S2 dt) per acre.
There P a mutuality of benefits. The
corporation is aided to commence, prose
cute and complete its undertaking, and
tiie actual set tier is enabled to secure a
home upon lands otherwise beyond his
rench and practically worthless ; "and last,
though not least, the ititere-t of the Na
tion is subserved in 'Opening a new and
important channel of commerce between
the Pacific and tiie great commercial
centers of the Fniou.
1 have thus briefly adverted to the im
portance of the proposed road from Port
land to Salt Lake and to some, of ihe in
siiutnentaiities by and through which it.
may be ma.de an accomplished fact. In
short, agitation is what is just now needed.
Agitation through the pre?, through com
mercial relations, by Roard.s of Trade and
commercial and other agents. Agiiate iu
Omaha. St. Lords. Chicago. Cincinnati and
Nov.- York, and this will bring agitation
iu Congress if brought iu no other way.
Let the importance of ihis road be made
known f-u and near, and also make ap
parent the diderenee between u "kind
steal" and a grant of land in the interest,
o! those who are ever ready to pioneer
ihe v.-ay in the wilderness and open up
IF'ping that the ball will be kept mov
ing. 1 am, very truly, yours,
J.VNtHS II. Sl.VTKU.
Ni:w Yo k. July 11. A Washington
special says that the reports of the past
few days, that Pieasuntoa has resigned ,
and that his resigation had been accepted.
;ae tiuthoriti vely denied. At the same
time it is asserted that Secretary Poutwell
before leaving for home gave some in
structions to Deputy Commissioner Doug
lass, which ia Heated unit he expected
that gentleman to be Acting Commissioner
before his return. There is much specu
lation as to the course of Pieasanton in
ca.-?e he should not be sustained be the
i 'resident and Attorney General, some
saititig he will haumdiato'v restum. others
ibat he will retain his position and square
ms com: net t
o tne secretin" v s orders.
Nitw Yo::v, July S. About ei !;!.
; o'clock this morning ihe Stld train from
: New i oak and ihe e:;d train from New
ark sdgioed em It other when dashing
i along :il lull speed. Yv'hls'les were bio v. ii
; without any diminuation in impetus. As
j ikey uppi oached the switch at Puri'dcs"
i ham. which the railroad runs through, a
grav, I train had ju d been switched ot!
there- mid ihe tied hud in ; been ja
! placed. The trams, mei eecd. other at the
inunction, 'the Now York train ran oh",
i and jumping fr.-m the track bounded
i down the embankment Into the ditch
tlragging with it the '.htee frotit cars and
s-misiang them. The dow i train threw otl"
the teud.-r and engine. The first passen
ger car was telescoped tor fully paeon
tee', in a lew mimi'o; subsequent t0 j)t.
terrible mil unity ;;u I fall, it became ap
parent that the cars and encltie weie on
e .. . Ti t:
ioe. j up u uu as sp: una sooti
oped eVeiWlhtt g within reach. Tj
e-i alarm prevuded among the
e;s. LiOe's seaeo.ii-d, men
i : i :
wn.te otiici's ;:: few ba-a-Ss. immHes am!
1:1 so .; itiat.aiCeS Sill ;Ij chih,-,.;; - ,:r ,
windows, 'i ';
terror was thus augmented
Ov a r-mrt l.'iat . en ..! fif le..-,-.!. i.,.t.,.-.-
were in the bm ni.a
etirraiges lina'ole to
a t luetr e-catie
A lire uhirm was
Viting hremcti rota;
a-empiiy e.vtmgmsiie.i ti;e il unes. The
'aaaie o! ihe do a-,- js a sorrowful si-lit.
L ,!.r i-at ieet -.be tracks are lined wiiii kle
1:',; d ad ;a ni eiigities and c ira One
le.ud; cd men are w..; kin.
th" ruh'aa;. Hundreds
t lea ring away
of peoide are
cotii'i'.-uatili'' at ihe scene. (See
teuaona a: in.' scene.
. out oi .i w:;id ow at the in anient
accident, and thus saved hha.a
AH the killed were employees of Ihe road.
Tlaagenctal im nrrs.don is" that the aeei
datta is the result, of criminal negligence
oti the part oi die employees of tiie Youd.
All true! is now suspended on this 'road.
Wa.aaxa sex. Ju'y j'. - To-day tie Mar--'
;i' o;' this i.- .let !!: i'.a ! the pardon
of k ovem dtto-.l July 1st. Jt rends as
f-i us :
C. S. Grant, President of the Pniied
States, to ail whom it may concern and
these presents shall come. greeting :
Whereas, an tise Lkh of Juno, 171. in the
Supreme Court of the District of Colum
bia, holding criminal term, one C. C.
Ib.vven was convicted of bigamy and sen
tenced to lie imprisoned tor t'wo vears
and pay 62." 0 line : and. whereas, it is rep
seuted tliat he was innoceiit of any inlen
ti t ol violation of law. ar.d that bo acted
::i good laith. believing his former wife to
be dead, and it appears that he rendered
good services iu tiie cause of dm Pnion
during rebellion, and since the termiu i-
.i ui a as endeavored to lend an n
tlrr:ght life, and for the?
e reasons eleven
of the jurors who found a verdict against
htm. and many other citizens of ilm
highest consideration and weight ur.g, his
pardon, and United States Attorney Fisher
would be grat ined by the exercise of the
Executive clemency : now. therfore, be it
known, that I, U. S. Grant, President "of
ihe United States ol America, in coushler
atran of thi-S-' premises, and other good
and sufficient reasons i hereunto mo via-
do hereby grant to C. C. Bowea a luO"
unconditional pardon. '
.-rned U. S. Gnax r.
iy the President :
, J- Ciiot-c Davis, Acting Secratary of
Xaw York, July 10. There is reason
lo bekeve that the dreaded riot, conse
quent on ihe Orange parade projected
next v.ednesday. will rot take place as
suneriu'etident Kelso ha this eveiiai
issued an order forbid din- bod- ji'
Orangemen parade, and the excursion of
tne ancient order of Hibernians, and -dsn
parties comm-ism"' tar-'e c, '
which represent that a poPtion ofthelrK
Cathoiic element who exnr?Ss its defer
miaatioz! to oppose the Orange disomy
.ne oraer concludes by instructing1 tf J
,.! ce to dtsprse all bodies of men col
hectaig on W ednesday next for the pur
pose of jemmg i:i target excursions' or
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
This evening before it was generally
known that Superintendent Kelso had
issued his order, there were largely at
tended meetings of the Order of Hiberni
ans in this city, Brooklyn arid Jersey City.
Delegates of Irish Societies held a secret
meeting in Hibernian Hall in this city.
A large crowd collected outride discuss
ing the parade and swearing they would
break U up. no matter what the priests
sank One member said there were 15.000
Irish Volunteers fully armed and ready to
resist the Orange parade.
Nt-av Yoiik. July 11. There is much
feeling and considerable, surprise mani
fested iu the ci y this morning at the order
of Superintendent Kelso forbidding the
parade of Orangemen to morrow. Orange
men are, cf course, bitter and sullen, and
their enemies feel themselves already
masters cf the situation. Great excite
me tit prevailed in the city all day yester
day. The movements of Roman Catholic
societies. Ihe intention of Orangemen, and
preperations of ihe police and military
were the subjt els oi interest. The .Mayor,
tnpt Kelso. .Maj. Gen. S baler and others
in authority were in consultation during
the day. The final result of their tie liber
ations was embodied in the order issued
ov empi. iveiso last eventn
The excitement at JeisevYkv with re-
gard to the Orange parade, and the riot
which is expected to tollow iu Pe. train, is
intense, there is no doubt that the
Orangemen of Jersey City are determined
to parade at all hazards, and she greatest
alarm exists iu consequence among per
sons apprehensive for the s.dety of iheir
persons and property. The Hibernians
make no secret of their determination to
aitaek the Orangemen in case the latter
should parade. Their preparations for
tne t-.vpeuied fray tire to be v ery complete.
The Shamrock society, comprised of about
1;K members, met at 1- runkim Hail, on
Warren street, last night. IP' fore and
subsequent to the meeting, excited group.
assembled around the hall, dist us.sing the
situation and indulging in threats against
Ni-:w Youx, July 12. Governor Hoff
man issued the loll owing proc-laitiatioii
Pivcl'Dwiih m.. 1 1 a ving been only this
day appraised of the actual condition of
things here in reference to ihe proposed
procession to-morrow, 1 do make this
proclamation: The order heretofore is
sued by the police authorides in reference
to said processions, having been duly re
volved, i hereby give notice that any and
all bodies of men desiring to assemble ami
march in pe iceful procession in this city to
morrow, the 12th. 'will be permitted to do
so, an. I will be protected to the utmost
exit nt p'osstb'e by the military and police.
1 warn till person.; to abstain from iu'er
ferauce with any such assemblage or pro
cession, except by authority from me, and
i give notice that vll powers at my com
mand . civil and military, will be used lo
preserve public peace, to put down, at ail
hazards, all attempts at d 1st :n banco, and
I call upon all citizens of every race and
religion to unite with me mid the legal
authorities in this determination to pre
serve the peace and honor of the city and
(Signed). Joux T. I lorry ex.
Nkw Youx. July 12. At 7 o'clock the
streets presented a moving a ppc-arance.
not unlike the .draft riots of lshd. Mount
ed police patrol the streets. Printed se
cret circulars, containing the piau of the
into tiie ii amp
i atlacK on Or.ingemen have fallen
the police, and they have
perieet knowledge ol the intentions, of :he
rioters. All icgulurs at Governor's isl
and Forls iluniiioti an 1 Sehuvh-r. and
other forts iu this vicinity, hive beam
placed nude;- arm--, and are ordered to
hold them-eU e-, in roudln, s to march at a
moment's no ' ice.
Tiie rial has comm"nco.l at hist. The
i I;iob bega l in the vicinity of Mighty
:saeei ami i mm a en ue, a: ; v : ug i.ne p.-o-t
pie from the streets. Two hundred and
fifty pieke.-j Ii;,.n ,, tO. I'ifioonth Ptvcmel
i were sea :h axe There is a report of a
ghl. at L.h,
i'ulan Pad. lad le
d tliere it was s'opp
; teav going otl in tl
Frecincis. am! ah:g
i i are ord uvd !) Ik
i t i t: x i
:' i T. ave-
hue ami Po.'i
lack was made
coiid s'reet. where an ar
gon dudae Hois m's p,e:-e.
Severe hghittm i '- goiag on. 'i'.vo I.'ib
killed. 'ihe in d) pl'"sse i
st see! eal's on the Id ah in
si rvlee. Several soldiers
t ice ci : : n iict o: f st reet
avenue into a ;; Ice.
were wounded Teh
runh wires iu)
town have been cub
It is repn-ted tli.it two Pibbonmen were
killed cnily this morning on Prince street.
Troops are sai l to be iking mi the moi in
avenue A. and two sohiieis were hided
IPrper's building wa s :i! tacked ! a mob
whe. were repulscl. A proci-.s.-iou of two
iiiiudi'ed 'e -;i. witiaitit nuy society orders
or badges, passing up Lroadwu . were
j stooped by she
to. mid dis
j edition ol
erner. learning it was the al
ike Jer-tev Cdv Oran-yemen to
! pa r;t
icro, ordered the boats drum that
; city .j he
i com." Inuc
s. ; ; a en I no men allowed to
. a.-; he did not intend to nrolect
citizens of another
The police, bad:
ed bv the ipahtv fourth
regiment, made a raid on Hamrnian Hall.
The mob ran like sheep. A cage number
were arrested tool ioelo'd up : o-volvers
were found mom (!...-, n.o-.eL
'i TV. Jidv 12. file siloed this
V i. t !)e si ee's
: m annua
ti'''se::t nn aspect f coming
P.dieati :ns are that this evenioc
; will wkmv
scetiec of rPif ami bloodshed.
I hy police display great, energy in Hear
eiba-'.s to preset ve onler. ""A number
were arrested arme;l with pistols and
kr.ives, Al ihe ran go headquarters
everything is quiet. All' are at presetit
engaged iti preparations far the proces
sam. which will ;;iovo at 2:110 p. m.'
Tho Very Latest,
Xiav Yotuc. Ji a.v 12. About 2 o'clock the
),'-! ''-''-". pen forme 1 on T.vc:itv ninth strerd,
bel.-w Ki-riith uvaua tiie s ime tone the
ioveiity second LegoaC'rU, unJer t'oioucl
I'oi t ,-r, marched past, and formed in line on
taghth avenue, where they lorded with hull
n- d cat ridge. The Sixth Kegiment tank
up position to ike north of Twenty-Second
street ; the poih-e wore n the cast" side of
the .street, and tiie militaiv on the west. It
"ms apparently the intention to have the
(ra;itia a: march between two tiles. They
presented a .small apnearance, nnmbei-'mg
m!y abmt two hundred. Ihey hadtwo bat"
tiers due the Mars and Stripes, ami the
other bearie a picture of William, Prince
of Orang-n on horse!., i k and a small on.
byariii liie inscrqniou 'Ameriem kreemeu.'
the fiiihiT ja of im- police on the other side
f the .-tie -t mada thj fears of a ow general;
hat these fears were partially dispelled, and
;U;i o'clock a signal for starting was given,
woen t'i procession st srted, an-.l was twice
attacked by the riuters, who were qiiickly
lint to ilight by the jiolice. A larcte nutiiber
oi riotms were elubbeJ and taken prisoners.
At Twenty-sixth street the Sv.nh Ue.rim,,,o.
charged the riott-rs with fixed bavonets.
Sevei-ai persona were killed and wounded,
among tiiem one woman. Col. Jas. Fi-kt'
';it at the 'nead of lo
his ankle broken by a club, cai'lr iu the
man , Cl,I't- kf-icer, of the Ninth, wa
Kil.e ., by las own men, while tiling into the
rioters. Lieut. Pane, of the Xith. advertis
ing agent ol the Grand Oprea House was
mortally wounded, lhtween Twcniv-liftb
and i wenty-sixth streets tiie mob fired three
suots at the procession. The military re
tmnttd the Sire, kilting eight and wounding
thil l, en. T-.VO boVS nm! n. Ia,H- irnw stinr
Sixt-tu citizens "and three soldiers, were
oming d.'twn the avenue, at the corner of
Twenty third street, the regiment tired into
the mod, killing and woiiad.ng 12. One
policeman was shot dead.
The 1 'ostofliec is now guarded by the
Sixty-ninth regiment, which, although Irish,
stand iu readiness to put down the Hiberni
ans. ia p. in. About i riy persons wt-re killed
during tii riot to-day. The total number
cf wounded is unknown, but fifteen are
known to be mortally wounded. At the
Sixteenth lrp-. ir.ct there were sixteen dead
bodie--. This evening they were removed
to the Morgue. At the Twenty ninth P re
cinct there were fbur dead bodies: at the
Morgue there are at present forty bodies.
The Orange procession broke up m Fourth
avenue, opposite the Cooper Institute. The
Orangemen put their regalia and lodges in
their pockets, ami mincling with the 'crowd
quietly dispersed. The police took charge
of the Orange banners.
Later Midnight. The city is quiet.
Large bodh of police are patrolling the
city. The troops are in their ancries ready
to march at moment's notice.
ton. Varian was indignant at th action of
the Lighty-fetu th regiment in tiring without
orders, lie ordered it to the rear, and
brought up half of the Ninth to take its place
New Yokk. July VI. The Trlhtm". of to
morrow wid have the following: Wheu the
Oiangcmen were opposite Twen'y-fomth
street the colnnm halted for a mou ent, and
immediately afier the Su.lt a shot was fired
from the upper story of a bi ick building at
itic- nr.it! ce.o.t corner. Simultaneously shots
were hired at the 0th regiment, from the
rear of Fifteenth, on the same side of the
street. The e-tth regiment received ihe first
shot, ami in the con fusion of the moment
many nun aimed at widows, as if expecting
ert'ei s to fire. In an instant one gun (hs
charged, anc then followed an inegnlar vol
ley aTong the line ol the Cth, 9th and 8 fib
regiments, few men loading and tiring the
second time. So sudden was the occurrence,
that the officers were taken bv surprise, but
lw soon as possible they rushed umorg them
t ) sto; the tiling.
New okk, July 13. The most deliberate
estimate gives the number of Foters killed
luring ihe day in the vicinity of one hun
dred, and ever one hundred and titty severe
ly wounded are in the hospitals, where only
those iielple-slv wounded wt re received...
those slieJiUy womuh-d slipping away and
hiding lest it should become known that
tluo , "Ian; taken part iu the riot,
The carnage yesterday was more fearful
than at first i p ittd. Hundreds are wound
ed, ol w hom the police will never be able to
ct :!!y account. there are loo scouts out
I tins nmridng, who report eveiv half hour at
the nearest station-house. Fvery thing goes
to s.how that laborers are at woik, and that
; uo trouble need be apprehended to day.
.vr.vi : : m:v.s.
The Eugene Guard says that posters
about town announce that 1.0th') men and
teams are wanted by the O. & O. Rail
road company to work between this place
The same paper says that Mr. G. P.
Howard, who has fin several years been
keeping the St. Charles hotel at this place,
wasstiuck with paralysis last Saturday
afternoon and died Sunday evening about
six o'clock. Mr. Howard had formerly
lived at, Coivaliis. and was well known in
iJetitoii and Lane counties.
From the lL rahl :
A man named John Williams was
placed it the City Jail last evening by
officer Ward, who apprehended him about
six o'clock in the evening, for attempting
to di'osvii him-e'i at the foot of Yamhill
street. He did not jump into tiie water,
but was in the act of doing so. hen ar
rested by the ofiieer and s.mie bysmmb rs.
He struggled hard, to escape from them,
and it was with much difficulty that, he
was taken to jail. This is Ihe man who
attempted to drown hims'df a lew d ivs
ago. He is apparently iinatie from bP ae
liens, tor he i;i.ol" an eii'ori. to drown him
self ;i few days ago. and would probably
have done so had not oiT.cer O'Rura pre
vented htm bom going on the wharf
Tiie would be suicide h is finely reached
here from Sacramenio. having wu'kod ihe
em ire distance in twenty d ivs. Since hi
arrival he ia.s baa;: !o gcliig a t.lem'id'ol to
eat from mmse g house, and his shoe
wherever he Could tin I :i sheder.
Asylum is u:.d..ub-.ed! v the place for
' t: vera ; ae; i ; rie 5 ;. i v
hi'e by p i's ; as com-emmg
ubonis ot .'dr. t.'ooke. a we'd kn
ot th: ; city, who 1: is not b,
town for ihe pas! m a. oh.
time he weiit to Washington
; tvii b u t ch ar
en seen i i
eoiii.t v to
purchase some c ashe having uliuiii a;laeg)
in co.n oil his p,,;,.,.m ha ietura 'd to
tats uty a; a a ; v or- i ,vo ai ,er ..; r la then
. Xtrteo i; u 't. u:eS has mo been v"U sine,..
! a ' s
t.e uas ;--e: iiiUiae ; ,M.
-e-:;, ihar he his lei' the
u a a : e n a
e hi ul ;e
m ne w
i t en
ied a wife u.;d th;
at; I they, mil ex p-'C die
eon. hot lor San Franc
.' -k c has sa me IV lend a
e learn !.-,-ot'
( d u : ; a i .
i.'dl r. an old
dropped de.,,1 ;
itbou i a mi io a .
y -' i f t i . i 1c
he.ihii and ate
lime, altar -, Id
a'temd a. s,
'dor Williams. Sinai.
Couta : . a . . .nr. 1 .
iv'siueut. o; tnat coumy,
:i a field near his resld-uice
.1 ;i h i If I r an S; . i lehm 's.
Was ajoeiieutly il! gO,,d
his d. aner ;it ihe usual
h h went in i he ii -id to
n u -i u-'s a witea he d t o a
ii;' trroomi and
Wlii in.' i; o'ie I
imtnedi liidy expaed.
v Hl- sl HD.iic Lodge.
was a meitioer.
do w named dick Sheo-my 1 cou
ple' cd a li.o'.i!-!i t isU of v,-.t k ; net 1 o: cmi.s'c
if ive hours without .s'o;tpinr to rest . last
S-titt lay eveiiiug ;if, i'oririu-l. We
see wiiv u m in siicuild m.diC a loo; oi lam
The number of puidls ia the Dalles pub
lic sch ) d i-. lit!.
The iamncia! exhibit o! llenlon counly
is g ,.,... There is no c ain'y debt.
(I. c en corn ii o made its appearance at
the ihiiies. it gtevy on a farm near that
I M.riug the year ending 3 0 f ! i June 1;1
mai iage licenses were issued in kluriun
The Sl'ilpsnian learns from Yaqmna Day.
ihal people are flocking in there and
claims are rapidly being taken up. A
derma. l company h us bought out the Mil
itary Road between Corvuilis and VAk City,
and imve a considerable force at. work put
ting it in goo 1 repair.
The r.:nnfi' learns that tome of the
Klamath Indians who, by permission of
the agent were ii-liiug on lee-i. River, have
b -en attacked by the abodocn. who l.ty
claim to th.it country. One of tiie Kl im
aths was kiiled, and the commander at the
fort litis sent troops to ai rest the mtitder
ers. Cupt. Jack, the leader of these murd
erers, is an unruly Indian and has given
From the Albany lkmocra!: Mr. Good
child, ot Eugene, has left u bunch of yarn
in our ofliee for the inspection of the pub
lic, which was spam by his machinery, and
w hich is as tine a quality of that sort
of material as we have ever seen. The
public v. ill recollect that he will take the
raw wool just as it comes from 'he sheep's
back, and work it into the in --' .superior
j-urti tor il." cents per pound. The speci
men euti be seen by calling at our otuee.
From the Eugene Guard: -Mr. ilaliett
informs us that "u temporary bridge is be
ing built at Han isbiirg. and as soon as it
can be fixed strong enough to bear the
we'mht of the locomotive the work ot lay
ing "track on the west side of the river wiil
be'eommenced. He thinks that Ihe ixils
can be laid in coven days o this place
from the d.fe of beginning, and I eels con
silient that tie will have a locomotive at
the foot of Willamette street before the
10'di day of August. Contracts for clear
ing off the timber on the line between
here and Oakland have been let to Messrs.
Noah Woods and William lies.
Tiie Orejon'va says that among the arti
cles invoiced in the cargo of the ship
Ooodell. from Ilonj Kong, now discharg
ing at Flander's wharf, is one ton of opium
the duty on which will amount to $12,000.
The l-'ialnile-dtr lias been sho wn a single
blanket, woven by the Oregon Cdv
Wollen Mills, which Is really a curiosity.
It is of a, delicate shade of brown oa one
side. waau. a is white on the other,
weighs eleven pounds.
The Kalataa Deacon says :
For two or three days, there Las been a
rumor here, that a rich gold strike has
been found a few miles fiom this place,
on Lewis river, where one ounce a dav
could be made to the hand. Wo Lear
that a couple of residents have gone to
prospect Ihe truth of the rumor, and upon
then- report, will depend whether all
rva.ania will go off helter-skelter uo to
tnat -Jordan'' called Lewis river bottom.
From the D-dht'm id the 2d we learn
that tiie second trial of Charles II. Douglas
m loaho City, br killing E. I). UolbVook,
hue De.egaie irom Idaho, resulted in his
Information is wanted of the heirs of
Samuel Taylor, who died in Missouri in
lMh. probably in LV.l!ou conntv. lie
had two daughters who removed tJ Cali
fornia. 11 they are alive, or being dead,
have left children, these interested in
tnem will communicate with J. Q. Chinn.
Lexington. Ky.. who represents nropertv
ui whicn they are interested.
. i- - ... .. ' ., ..I.,
Can't srvxi) it. The Ore.jonUm can't
stand ihe Radical platform of California,
and takes its party b re them to task for
iheir "new departure" on the Chinese
question. The Radicals, hoping to catch
votes from ihe laboring classes of that
State, adopted a resolution against Chinese
immigration, which the Ore.naian regards
as nonsensical and uncalled for. When
ever you say anything against the niggers
or Chinamen you may expect the Oreyo
he'Oi to howl.
Nor Mini. The Orej,dari says :
We may add that we r-hall take the
State (Oregon) next year in any event, no
matter what course the opposition may
We have heard this prediction from the
same source before. We wish the editor
of that paper to take all the consolation
he cf.n from his expectations before the
election, as he will be sadly disappointid
when the returns come in. Oregon will
give two thousand majority for the Demo
ctatic ticket next June. Mark this pre
diction, Mr. 0i( jouiun.
The Se'ik.yiii;n says that. "Cupt Charles
La toilet has tendered his re.-ignution as
Agent at the Grand Rondo Italian Reser
vation, in Yamhill county. The resigna
tion litis been forwarded to Washington
far action." There "must be something
in ihe wind or eke Lafollet never would
have given up a -fat th'mgm Was he in
lormed by Wiliaims that his resignation
Would be accepted '.'
F.u:;.n-;:i'.s Miatrtya. Tiie farmers ol
Folk county are to meet at Dallas on the
I "it'll mst. for the purpose of org aiiziiig
an Association- to promote the interest of
;aa ucul i i.re. Among the n umber of prom-im-ui
citizens engaged in firming who
will be present are ex-Senator Ncsmuh
and Hen. llavden.
Dox'r MviionsK. Seventeen of the lead-
itig bemoerauo I'mpers in Ohio,
il.em the Cincinnati Ju.'j'drcr,
Democratic paper of the YWs,:
Tuomns Ward, who shot
Is ai a: (liadiam, ;it Portland.
gudiy of murder in. the second degree, on
ihe 1-hh. inst. ';. he Judge appointed"
la id ty as the day for receiving his son
a. :!'. or. I". 11. Hicks has sold
inu re.. ;,, ;,. j,:tl.-acrdh: Era to Ids
p n-iiie,-. y.-. I ilcks made the Em a very
iiiteresayig paper, and wo regret that he
iea.'.-a iiom the laud of jourimllsui.
'.','.- ! idr.
.eaveiey success as sole pro-
of Zed Wilson, iridicicd for
ihe mnriler of Michael Shanghnossey. ;:t
Fort la;; I. wis fatnd ouilty of murder in
: ec aid d-'gree. and recom;nende 1
m-1; C V of t he Cour.
Viaixo.-:. (daliishii A. (Jrow, a lending
li-uihal Irom Fennsy 1 vtmiii and lor a
long lime Speaker of the Home of Ker
resentif.ives. passed sooth had week oa
S. F. i:.-a-.Mii-:i:.--This able paper
entered its thirteenth volume on the ll'llh
nit. I' i the best Democratic paper
published on the Pacific coast, and we
wish it abundant success.
A Vow "Wortls 4i lUe IJislics
Miinv ladies, particalarly mothers nr.rs'ntr,
compl iln of a Crcd, listless feeling, or com
plete exhaustion, on arising in the mornine;.
On the wd'e and moiher devolves tha re-spon.-ibiiity
of regulating the dudes of the
household. Her cares are numerous, a: d
the mental as well as the physical powers
are frequently called into requisition. he
o!tc-n duds htr slightest occupation a weary
task and existence a burden, while at the
same time she has no rgular disease, llos
tetter's Stomach Hitters, if resorted to at
this period, will prove an unfailing, remedv
f.r this annoying hissitud". The t Abets if
this potent is go n't are sonn seen in the ro.-v
cheek and elastic st. p oi the head of the fam
ily, as with restored health and reriCir d
spit'.ts she takes her cceustomcd place in the
hi mi I V" circle. If this friend in need be reg
ularly used, those depressing symptoms wiil
never be complained of, and not only would
lassitude not be experienced, but nomy dis
eases foih.oving its advent lis avoided. ,As a
medical :ment it ha-s no equal, while its
plea-iiig iiavor and htidthful t ifects have
mn do it :i g-nei.d favorite. Jt is free from
all properties calculated t impair the sys
tem, mid its operations are at . nc: mild,
soothing and ciiicli u;. Ail who have used
the Hitters attest its virtues a id can mend it
H V VIRTUE CF AX EXKCUTIOX. IP rri)
AJ0 0,it t ' he ( 'ireuit O.urt of the Maw of 1 he
tmm l,.r tne cmnty of ( 'luekam.ts, t. me dir,-ae !
01 t tv.a of Wm. 1'. Doboi.h nl O
.I-oues M. Jloiiie, detVadant.. for ttia sma of one
tiioasand seven hmidred and t wi-it v-.)to- 4 -lat
dollars, 1, 721 4, and for want of "a:iii.-i.-u per
sonal proiH-rty, I iiave, on this Peh -lav ia' JpH
1,1, levied upon all tiie rioiit, tiH.j and infer.-s'
that the said James Td. Moore had or mav ..t,-,.
H.-qmo l smee t!ie 11th day of yiareh V is'-'f
of, m aid to the following doseriUd'tru-ts of
lau l, to-vvit: Eemnnirig' at the n.rtli-..,tM-H-cornerot
the iMmaHnn ..-hum ttf itohert ',v'
at low water mark in tiie AA'iK.oa.an- tfver i'-l
CUck.imas comity, . Gre-on : laumieo- ti-h,.-.
wosterly, aioU? the northerly litmof saM .pves'
claim, to the east Une of what is kaavn !s' xVuVer
s,.reet m Multnomah City, laid off ,r jr.,.
J urns; tlicnce i.orttwrly, alomr the , -aster!,-.ji
ot sa1dst,,,etmty,a.),feet; th-m-e at ri.alt ; "ns
and parale-1 to the first line ,!.-,..-r0., d. to tho
olametle riv,.r, a! low water mark ; t; efiee m,
semi river to the place of he annaine. Als o
wit: I ot twelve. 12, iu Elocg o:. 1, i, U
Lity. And, luriher, in addition to the V - h o
desere.e 1 traers, 1 h.iVe u-o . !;
nceted wxth the Ferry, between ' (I,,, , uVXl
vnat was known as Linn City, sai l Lei 'pt i
on the west side of said Wdlauiofte ri vor
.l ov-IrUvT,,ritt'cd wiMiiU thi' hmitsof tho
?s-r - ,.VY.'-th, 'thd;n- or AUficsr, a. jx,
a. 10 o clock, a.m., at the Court Hons.,
door mO i-emCity, in 8a id county, I wiil nr.,'.
crd to sell the same to tiie hi-diest bidder to sat
isfy said execution, costs and aecruini-r-ns
. AE l iiUK V.'AKM.K,
.oi-.i;, ... v kick am. i ; conntv, II;
, ,,:-v, ja-y to, i a 7 1 . jnilwl
OF THE FINANCES OF CiL A CKAMAfe
Comity for the Fiscal year couimencirA
Julv 10'di, s7!i, and ending July 7th, 1371 :
STATE TAX. , , ,4
State Tax collej-ted Si'VC JsjS
Stirte Foil Tax 7i;y w
f 11,138 fg
Fv Secret:) rv State rm-ipt for
State Tax SdO,.U2; S8
'iHv receipt fur Foil Tux 7BU 00 11,138 "
Coin on hand at las! ivj;ort ....
Currency on hand at last repoit
Kstruys dsii-iny ihe year
CuiTCii'V for tines
( oaa i"u- n.es tor saloons
l!y coin paid on Snpeiintent-
cnics w.ii rants 5.i,iS0 7"
" ( mieiir v on Scpt v. unants 211 OS
Coin ia Treasury Stt-t 051
" currency in Treasury -7 i7
To coin iu Treasury at last rc-
County ' Titers
To money paid in 'J'reasury
for county funds, as follows,
to-wit : Land redeemed, pri
vate road vievo-'d'ci i' licenses,
trial lees, lit. Att'v fees,
and over plus of sale of land
for Ouliiiaueiit tax
To moaey paid in by SherUl,
Clerk and Assessor for con at y
tax, inelutlino' county eiders.
To State warrant, Co. fund. .
To City warrant t-.gtiitist Ore
yon City.beino; one-third part
of cost oi l.tiildmif Aheritclhy
Creel brid.g-e '..
$ lose; si
1 S3 00
f'.v rclecmed and cancelled
comity orders .10,3."1 07
Interi.-st pa.i.,1 on orders, -127 iti
JJisf.iuut on le.ral temlirsold, l'J 10
Shite wantu.t on barid, 77 .30
Oregon 'it y wtirra:it oil hand,
Coi ii iu Treasury, l,.-)0,7!l .2l,3ol 19
Stationery, wood, prin'ing
notices, and laiscrlUmtons,
i!xpcn-es of viewing and - ia--veyitig
loads, together Avith
the amount paid Sex'erv isois
for ex.Ua hdior.
Ex sense of County Court,
Amount paid Treasurer for
reviving an 1 lo.odiaa Irreem
cdee S,-:oo! Vmi'i,
Expenses of X'epei.-; and in
sane State cases in Circuit Court
and betere Justices of the
J i: i, fees and reya ir, and 1 um
ber tor dean I is! nets for
iei'lac-over iu fae. span
Ids; re. t A: iorncy's f.-es in
'ireuit and J ustliv (jf the
I'cace ( 'oart s,
10 imhiir-iaaeut to pa: :-s on
eei'tae-atis n saies ana oil a
foi iVec I read l-ea;d,
Item of i our!, j I m.-e, "l-. rk's
ehi.-e, an-! s.-dul'V of .'o'ttay
1 i;d ae, 'ideas.. ier and School
Eejiair of jail, board of t-.rz-:-
Oin-is and tai l,
AsM.-ssin tax, eiieelina- tax,
copies, of assessme nt roil, ad-
ve; 'tising delinoUeill tax sales,
llxpense of Ci-r-uit 'oort,
juror. :uile;cac, per diem, iin.l
lau.ame and per idem of
waue--es hetere grand jury,
1'er diem and i!iil,.,ige of
o-uo'. Commissio;! as "
Amount for which oi-.L-vs
li.ive been drawn, s!.",?;!? ,0
Amount of oais;andai-r or-' "
dem at hist annual report, t,aiU .)
oy am mo of cennfv orders
' "Oaa and caiieclit-l,
iiy aniouni- of outstanding-o;-
. o. to mue,
SI '.1,331 il
'- a e -.- in Saae ia--, hah
arr on e: : ,-.- a; ; h . .
Com in d:e j"a-;a-ary ...... .
.... 22 31
.. l,3!)ii 70
1, 'Sl3 4vt.
vr e:;d ahovi
Ececived frcm all sour
ces a .id in 'i dense: v at
last ; cpo: t. A u! y 'a, i - 70.
t'iCu State t.iK " iflo.-e't
i am sta:e iVl.tu:.
I'aid coin on Se!,ooi
Currency on Superiu-
t nd'.mt's ordei's. '
Amount of school fund
in Ti e ismy, coin
. on i'J
, :-'! To
.Amount of school fund
currency in Trensuiy. 27
ily redeemed and c.tu
cidled conniy mahas. . i 1 PT
F.y iidei-est mid for
Disco snt en Leg d ten
State arrant in Trea
sury Oregon Ci y warrant
in . Treasury
Coin County funds irl
Thi- loth July,Ys,Vl.
J. 31. FRAZIvlI.
Tn t!i-.:C..mey Court of 1 l.e-tai aias count v. Ore
eon In thy matter of the Estate and" Guar-
manannot Sept nans Ei-.-iat, Insane Ward.
dv. !!j - Ji'EEEnV GIVEN Tti.U.h I'lilt-
s.'..us whom a; m.iv can-el n, that in jmrsuunco
:i an ord. a- of the I'our.iy Court of Cluc-kaioan
county,, Oregon, maoe au.l catered of rteor.i in
s imI a.u-t 011 the 7th ilay of J uiy, 1X71, bcimr
dyy cf th" rcaailav io-'iiof said Com t, failcriiiK
the saie of er.aiiu real estate hereinafter des
crihed, belonaiua to the said Septimus Jlneiat,
ios.oea ward, upon the petition of A. P. Hi "lav,
G-u.ar.lian of set! v.air h Now, therefore, tin-un
dei-a-ned Cu arlian of said ward, will sell at
puhhe aiido-i, at the 1'ouri. Houso door in said
cauufy, to tiie In -hes: bidder, for rold or silver
emi, m one in. reel, sulajeet to co:ainnati..n by
said ( onrt, on the alh day of Aeeaat, IS71,atl
oe.o.ac p m. of -.0,1 day, nil the la'-hf, title and in
teivs, 0i the said Sc-.tiiuu.-t. Huohtt.inne ward.in
ando, ail tnat l-.t, pieec or 1 ,,f pin,l situate
and .,.,n- m the town of (n-e,,, CUv, Gr-on,
i:"y as'i'a 7U'd UI",U th'-' I,lat f fiaid
-loo .a-. VAU 1 OMUTIOX fF SALE.
i urcaa; inoi.uy to ho paid down. J.)ee.) at 'x-
e' os-. i purchaser. A . I". If KlMlKS
1 ;: ,.i -. 1-. ill-. IX
,'',"'','"' fil' Si ''Cnrns Huehrt, Insane
OllA.s,. !.. VvAltr.iaV, Atfj- lor Ouardi;
J oiy i i, is. l:xl
GREAT SUMMER TOKIC.
IlfagcmaiCs Coroisil Klixiror Calisayn
iia.rU, a pleasant Cordial which strengthens
and improves tiie Digestion, an e-cellnt
preventiye of Fevers, Fever and A .re .V
and a great Iteaovafor and Tonic for 'iuva
ds and .b bihtitel persons. Hereims Si
yo ov loiK, .-soie -Mun-ifacturers
hy ail Eru-zgists.
A1 Ll ? 11 OFAEETE,neam
t "m. 'CV' a thoreueli-Wed;
Am r)e!,,.MA1;E,,.i;jli yer, ol !. about J
11 li las hi-di, a small w-nitr. .tri,
ii" m ar hmd toot, and (he hoot black imd Mhitc
m'a -he , fl 'i1 euonmuion of where she
Oin City, Jidyjjl!'1-
REAL ESTATE EKGHANOE
P0ETLAND. - - OEEGOBf.
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OTHEIt
Commissioner .Selecting Swamp and Ovci
ianm Inn is sold and purchusrrs obtained
for all kinds of landed propc-rtv.
ahiabtc- securities trau.sicrred in exchange
tor real estate.
Loams negotiated on property, and titles
examined and determined.
Commissions solicited and executed with
fid 'Htr and promptness.
OFFICE No. M Cartel's Building, corner
ol Alder and Front streets.
lab. "h i-7- :!: