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Wahhinoton, Nov. 23. The re
port of the Controller of Currency
rovlewa nt length the working of the
Nntlonnl Banking system its Tnnugtt
rntlon. Ofthu whole amount Inolr-
appropriated hy Congress,
$342,000,000 has been issued. A bnl
nneo of 512,0X),0C0 la promised to no
editions tli at lmvo tnkeu preliminary
toward organizing Nntlonnl Hank.
The Atluiitio niul Groat Western
Railroad Company's troubles iiro over
for the present.
William M. Tweed mndc
ido his first
appearance in tliu Con troll
vostordnv slneo Controller
resigned, Ho called U. cxuinlne the
vouchers to ho used against hlni
i pending suits.
Tho now llrlirliton House, uu Stilton
Island, was tired by an Inci ndlary last' that Greeley Is not In the very bad message would not nhnw ti change of (departments of the Government eon
night and burned down. Lnes,SlH,0W. .state of health Indicated by tho story polloy on Ills part, as his endeavor was Unties. The situation Is very serious.
Insurance, $11,00-). published this morning, though una- now as It hail been In the past, to per-, London, Nov. 2(1 A dispatch front
Tho steamer General Sedgwick, I hie to be at his pot or perform edito- from his entire duty to the full extent l'arls says tho Itadlcnl Journnls are
from New Orleans, reports passing a, rial duty. It discredits statenientHlof his abllltvlu such n manner as 'violent mid declare, that a terrible
lot of wrecked sturt with tuo dead made, and hopes soon to see him , would best serve tho interest of the1 revolution will follow the oveithrow
bodies attached In latitude 30, longl-i restored to health. I country. Ho was not eeitaln that hef the Government of Tholis. The
tudo 73. I Nuw You N, Nov. 25. The Express would reeommeiid to Congress the .same Journal atllrms that the I.cgltl-
Tho bank statement is unfavorable, j
id ehowsti loss o:'?!, 110.000.
Tho detectives vcxtorilny failed In
every direction while Rearehing for
row, tne missing i.ouihviiiian. rue
It'ip? un'n tin. mihttnn flint tin linn
gone from New York anil has formed
an immoral acquaintance continues to
gain ground. ,
Tho Italian emigrants who were
swindled into coming here supno-c'
Ing that they would be -cut to line-
no3 Avres are to bo sentto Ward's Isl-
nnd. 'Many of them of them on learn-
Incr this left L'nstlo ('anion and threw '
themselves on tho charity of their!
countrymen In this city. One of them
dledof destitution to-day. The Italian
Vice Consul promises to have the
matter of their being 'vhi'llr I inves
tigated. Tho Louisvilo incrcl";ii- li;s been
missing now nlno 'iys !. ro,v York.
Ono of tho detectives thirl th:.t while
intoxicated ho mistook l.i.u.l street
for llrondway and walUil i.own It In-
lo Kast river, or t:...t t. :i.i.iieii
committed suicide. How. is 1atccu collapse resulting from loss of sleep
by Augustus h'chehU "ho died to-day I during his wife's Illness. A marked
o'f injurlea received on t-a.Utrd.vj last .change for tho better N expected in a
These mvsterloiiM dlaiipiir.u.is and day or two.
violent deaths are exciting
Grant's inability olllelaiiv
York Is 50,085. I
Francis Martin, a (-'p:uii.kr-' !.nlel-:
gar merchant, hud a qiinrttl to-day
with his wife niul step-son at their
residence on Fifth strctt,and dlfcharg-
.i i. .. . .1... - , ... .1... A.-.....-
nchsliot KlWm w H
n !fati?i 1 wound. Martin ha" hs" '
iKitPliPs , nto that Mr. Miivnard of
M',.i.u is m nvmv.wi ...1 iwiiiiiii.i tnr
tlw. Knnakiirfihln of the next House of
Representatives. The same corns-
snondent denies that Mr. Blaine lias
wrliien letters uitrlner tho eonvoninir
of the Forty-third Congress Inunedl
atcly upon tho adjournment of
predecessor, rue iienini is cam
mi tlw. finllniiU v nf lttflllm.
Cincinnati, Xv. l Tho pnpen
lilu kinfitliiir mtiwtiiim.-t ttiiibiiuiiMiiklnn
of Cuttle k Co. of Marietta, Ohio, Hie Dopauineiii oi waiioia, vaeaien ny
largely Interested In Iron manufnetur-' Gen. Hancock.
Ing' and railroad building. It Is Xi:w ottic, Nov. 20.-A lleralila
claimed that they have ample assets .Washington special says the Presl
to meet all liabilities. ' dent to-day will read to tho Cabinet n
L) lllwtllltlh """" v m mmi'I'v"h
Iio.sTON. Nov. 2.I. Tiioro was n.coiiqiieii ; tiniii i in iiiiD.-u.ij.-. .u.... .... ... ..j. ...-.. ";.:,","": : .
Miow bto. m last i.lgl.t-the lint of the
season. It extended over Maine and
jSniwKllieni. eonvlett.l of the
murtlerofhis wife, was eiitenced to
St. Louih, Nov, SI.-TI10 epbootlc
ppe.ircil ll're, mil precaution-
from twelil to'tWent e i ll feet dt i p.
Only one block w'M bo opened at a
Nakiivh.i.i:, Nov. 2.1. The full oftl.
elal vote of tho State of Tcnno cc puts
GrceloyS maiorlty at SWO ; Urown's
innjoritv for Gowr - - i:t,n ; May-
has not a
n. ii.nnLinnJ ni..
Lll l llll.lMII.. .v
The promised lallroml tuni.ei win io iiojh-s mm me iuu iuhuu ih nn summon oi m.n nine. ienin nti son . nroinors, i-iiiiimeipiim, i ,
riinupvasbtinrion nnme to Sixth oftliU late of allli r-. a It '''''K1' ''-'')' had presented themselves for tiJal ..''l0 Artist's l.ovo; nml Othur riln-
.trcct, ctirvi tlnnre v Kig rth and no hpeclal rieo nnien.latlon to mal.o ,i l.d U-en discharged. O'Lenry ... , . '. , , .
Uent h tusit lo C 1-rh. iw.nue. It in behalf oi t be i-outh. lode-Ires lm, ho lonteniplated emigrating to rlc., will bo Ibstic 1 In u I arM. tiuo-
will be eonstitieted by excavating a that Congns shall do whatever It Ann ilea, w hero his prosptets would docluio voluiiie, uniform with Mis.
tunnel foitv-oMit feet wldo and ileems wis. In the into rebel States, ,jri.dhhouldtlio suniinoiMienialn Mrs. .Southworth's idher works, and
nnni'H vote for Congress Is K),826 ;
Cheatham' 05,578, and JohnsonV, 37,
900. Nkw Yoiik, Nov. 2. A morning
paper publishes to-day a story current
In newspaper circles for nearly n week
thnt lloraee Greeley is Insane. It says
ho is now nn Inmate of the Anylum at
White Plains. The same pnpers pub
lish nn interview with Whltelaw
Held In which thnt gontlomnnls mutle
to say in answer to questions thnt Mr.
Greeley hnd been under medical trent-
for Ponm time. Held said
"Greeley, notwithstanding the loss of
sloop and nppetltu Is In goneml good
health." Ho made a request of report-
or.Mo say Greeley was nervously pros-
Tin ro wan no good In i-nylng
Greeley has had enough to
worry him, nnd what he needs Is quiet
and rest. The Kxnress has announced
this evening says that tho club-rooms
are full, gos-dp being generally about i
Greeley's loss of reason hy a paralytic
attack, seeking, seeking tho asylum at
Wooniltnrdalc. We discredit tlicni all
nnd wish noon In see hlni restored In
health. Mr. Sinclair, publisher of the
Tribune stated to the Kxpress reporter
to-day that Mr. Greeley's mind had
not becm seriously affected J he .suffered
only nervous prostration. At another
Interview ho obtained from tho office
tho .statement that they knew nothing
of Mr. Greeley's insanity or of his
being placed In nvhim. Ho had been
much depressed for some dayH and
greatly prostrated but when last heard
from hnd sulllelontly iccovered to bo
able to eat regularly nnd converse
with Ills friends. Mr. Greeley is in
need of rest and seclusion from tho
uunoynnci..i iT viiltors or cares of husl-ne-s.
The Tribune people dcelaro tho idea
preposterous that Greeley Is being
treated nt the inauu a-yluni. They
admit that he suiters from a nervous
o.iMawiiuAi iiv. !. lenvnii
I IcDowell Is promoteil Major General
lu the place of General Meade, and or
dered to tho Department of tho South.
General Jlaneook Is ordered to tho De
partment of tho Atlantic.
Paymaster Hodgo who waritteutcueed
to ten years Imprisonment on elinrco
.if .mill.. nfAiiir. lit. (4 ti.il ilniirtf I livtfiii
Tho l'resblent, It N undemtoo.l, was
moved to pardon Major Hodgo by tho
belief that Hodgo was drawn Into the!
.lefaleatlou by tho Intrigue of others,
rather than by any iiremedltuted In-
telltlon of his own to defraud the
Government. His frank nckuow edg
ment of the crime and voluntarily
mailing nil re
Inir nil reparation in ills power by
surrendering ins private property, in
which his wife Insisted Injoiulug iilin
with her own Individual property, ox-
cited for hlni nnd hl.s family tho great-
(llWli lOffV Will
tako eoniuiand of,
- 1 . . 11
Has yielded t us year, as no mi ms , to w " i, .. .u....r... ...-(m..-..
the idvico oi experienced p
anil ehanged Its tenor, so far as relates ()i,enia, ono of the Icadois of the
'f tho South. Ho gives that section a n,collt Hyllo i'ark .lemonstrallon In
passing notice, praises the wIdom of faorof thciclease of the Fenian prls-
thoeiilorceinentol law, alludes tot he', ,m.rs applied to. Itistlco (Jtilnn to-day
disuppea mnce VK1,iSlJ.ll,i,iV ' V n1i1m.I,:'u.v!!1 jl,.'. ,.e..,t.!.'1!r;
. - uiun, n e.i.i-. "v ".. ... ........ ...
" pons in me .Miivmni vieviiuu.
reiti rating his pievlotis dcclaratlou-
Hi ays he ln.s no jwdley to on form
in,.' list the wihes oi tho people. Tin
eoii-itrv Is felicitated on the iiecoiu
iill-hnients under the Trecty of Wash
liigi'in. Cuba I- lightly passed over, other honors,
nml ihf'.ix) f Dr. Houunl ixelvesnpipnn,,,
OREGON, NOVEMBER 30, 1872.
but brief mention. .Mexico does not Gales continue In tho English Chan
receive a Inrgoshnro of attention. Our net and have been very destructive In
rotations to different foreign nations the vaclnltvof Davenport. Tho trims-1
arc disposed of with the usual brief!
The Vienna Exposition
nded, and the Philadelphia
Centennial is snoken of. Uur credit
abroad, the efficient management of
our foreign and home policy, and the I nianded by Purdy Hcyt, and gocu to
prosperity of tho nation make up the' to Zanzibar in transports, with tho
substance of the balance of the mes-, intention of Joining I)r. Livingstone
sago. I nnd co-opcratlng with him, If agree-
Wamiinotov. Nov. 20. The loinih 'able: otherwise, to net Independently
draft of tho President's nnnual mess-
age was, though not quite llnlshed,
'read to tho Coblnot to-day, nil tho'
members being present. It will )ert '
Imp, bo one fifth longer than last !
vwir's mesnco. In renonsoton rules-'
Ion asked by tho writer of this ills-
natch, the l'resldenl lomaiked that he,
' hail no nhlrrtloni to u.ivlii!' that tho'
extension of the nninasty to two or
three hundred persons excluded by
recent leirllallon. but If he did d
would be with the proposed condition I "lor Is also charged v.ith aiming to
that beneficiaries would be an oath to secure power.
support tho Constitution. Congress, I'AitlK, Nov. 20. Great excitement
however, had amnio authority In the over sllalrsat Versailles. It Is an
premisses and could act In tho matter nouneod thatthciiieinberof tho Itlght
without a repetition or his velws upon and itlght Center have determined to
tho subject contained in his former support the committee appointed lo
annual message. Ho saw no more draft a reply to the message of Thiers,
necessity, as ho had been asserted, for. IhiMi:, Nov. 24. The meeting of
further declaration of a more frlendlv Itadleals called for to day havlugbeen
policy towaids the South than fori prohibited, trouble was autielated.
such declaration toward tho North, I Troops were posted yesterday In the
for ho sought as President under the , prlnelpalsqtiarsauilntnltstrnngpoints
obligation of his oath to execute the In tho city. The ltadlcaU havens yet
duties of his position without favor or made no organl.ed attempt to resl-t
partiality in accordance with the law. ' the Government orders and the city
, this morning Is quiet. Last night
iiriioriiAN. , some arrests weru made of dlsoidcrly
Pahih, Nov. 2.I. Thiers will ntteuil
a meeting to-day of a committee of
the National Assembly appointed to
prepare u reply to his message at the
onciiiuir of tliu Assembly. Tho Com
mittee, lu tlieir iiddie.-s, win (lenianil
of tho President the appointment of u
respoiisiino .Ministry, Hint no sunn
not participate lu debate of the As.1
Hcmhly, and shall communicate wit It
that body by nie.viige. These points
will bo strongly contested by tho ad-
herents of Tillers when the icplv Is I
presented to the Asscuiiiiy.
ports agree that there will b
ports agree that there will bono oppo
sltlon to the
sition oi tuieiv ,
term or ollleo four years,
General Cluseiet has turned
Geneva, whe.o he Is living In le.lro-
ment. He eseaped fio.n I'arls lu dls-
I'Alttw, Nov. 2;i.-Ililei Indorses itho
idan lately proposeil by a Commit tee
or me Lett
of the T.elt Center for the formation
of a second Chamber of tho Nntlonnl
liCKislaturo. Ho also lavors some
definite settlement of the relations
between tho Legislative and Kxeeu
tlvo department of tho Government
as to question of general policy in the
internal allUirsof the Itopublle. Theiv ,
.was no discussion of National ques-
I linn, ill iiii. .mm.iiiii. vzi.i in ill .
i.i ... .1... i.i ...-.i....
Nothing Is known of the discussions
' lu Hie I'omminco to nraii resoiuuons
lu reply to tho President's message.
Thiers stated his views very fully at
the fcnslon yesterday.
OMn.v, Nov. 2.1.-It was reported
hero this afternoon that King Annul-
wilieil lias oeen m hkhiii-j nun nun
wlileli Had neon anaiiuoueii, aim inr
III exlslcliee. llio .iiisuco issiiau
hlinhe would not bo reproached lu
Ameilca for acts done here, but that
he would most likely be regarded as 11
hi uij . k'; "'";.";.""...
'J1ie.Ttitlce lefiiscsl the
port steamer Hlmalgo arrived there
with tho loss of elcht of her crew,
Nkw Yoitic, Nov. 20. A special
from Ijondon says the Khedive's ex
pedition consisting of 5,000 men, com-
in solving tho problem of tho sources
of the Nile under Kgyptlnn colors. It
Is, however, douli
expedition Is intent
stone or to meet r
(louiitrul whether tho
intended to Join Living-
leet Kir Mmmiel Halter.
but toopon a new line of oner.it Ions
1'aiiih, Nov. 21. The diU'croncc he-
t ween tho Kxeoiitlvo nnd I.eulslatlve
mists anil linporlall-ts nave tonueil
' a coalition for thodownfallof thepiv-
I cut Government. General Cliaiignr-
persons, but with these except Ions no
dlstui banco has oecuricd.
London, Nov. 21. Tho condition of
the King of Spain Is gradually Im
proved. Aiimirai Allien nil .Madrid eruiay
'culm; for Carthaueua whence the
Amei lean lleet was to sail yesterday
Telegraphic wires between llareelo-
na and Saragnssa are again cut.
A hand of armed republicans appear-
oil In the vicinity of Arlos do la Kron-
dona in Andalusia.
Tho lusiti'ieetioii orcaulicd in the
province of Valencia is dihsolvcd and
troops aro In pursuit of u baud near
London, Nov. 20. The storm to
day prostrated tho telegraph Hues lu
many places. Much damage Is done
on tho coast.
London, Nov. 25. -Dispatches from
nil points dei-erlbo the gales lu the
Kngllsh Channel on Saturday last as
teirltle. Many vessels were wrecked,
and the loss or life Is considerable.
London, Nov. 25.- A dispatch Irom
Homo to tho AV'io says: Five persons
prominently connected wit lit ho move-
ment to hold a Itadlcnl mooting In
tliat city, wen- yesH-rda v arrested and
will be tried upon achaige of high
A ease tilled with Orrlnl bombs des
tined for Homo was seized by tho
police at the railway station at Leg
Io.NDO.,Nov. 25. KlUik Cool:, the
Kugllhh poetess, s III, nnd recovery
M Houtiiwoktii'h Nr.w Nov-
,., ,. A..Uiiu i. wi(iii,i.
'-- '"'. Art lit'H I oo; and Other
Stories. Hy Mrs. Eniiim l. h. N.
Southworth, and her bistor, Mm.
Fmiiclif Houslmw Jlailuii. willlioiiiili-
I iii II i.,.i.
iiinen m h -n mv.-i '. ......
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fola " "'L. V ,
cloth, or 1 ..0 in paper cover; or
,.0pio.s will IiUMJiit hy mull, poit-pald,
bv tho nuiil litrr,oii receipt 01 price.
All of .Mrs. Southworth's llilriy-llvc
Volume IV. Number 4),
liook.s are put up in a nertt box, cloth,
foil gilt lucks, Ac. I'rlcoifll 2u. The
fallowing new IsjokH have Just been
published by this hoiixo, nnd aro sio
ken of very highly: " Tho Outcast,
and other Poems, by autliorof Ileau
tlftil Snow," being a oloctiou of Lit
erary Gems for Schools and Private
.Study. " Within tho Maze," by Mr
Henry Wood. "Wild Oati Sown
Abroml," byT. 11. Wltinor.a hcrlcn
of Spicy F.iirnpcim Private IotUro
from tliu Poitfolio of a Goutlomatiof
I.olsuro. " My Hero,'' a capital Eng
llsh lovo .slory. A Lonely Lifo,,,
hyn new writer. "Homo and tho
Papacy," frnm tho French nfLu Gat -thin,
with it life oflho prosont PojWj
and n nmv edition of " Heautiful
Snow," with handsome Illustration
Such arc tho years of that veteran
of the Hellgious Press, The Weu Yori
Olist I'vtr. All hull! say wo to our ol
der brother, who was valiantly at
work long before many of us were
learning to peep: nnd whoso piiRCf
now exhibit morn than over tho vigor
nnd strength of manhood. All hnll
and best wishes for another fifty
years' cotir.io, which is to lie Initiated
with the generous ttoimlion to overj
subscriber of a JabiUc Ytar-lloak,
couiniemor.itlng fitly tho past, ami
giving encouraging autlcIpittioiiH for
the future. Wo uro always ready
to mminumt tho Obttvrtr to oil
reader-'. True lo Km faith, ami faith -fill
for tho truth, It Is unsurpassed u'i
a family paper.
Tlio Otiftrrei' wan launched In l82!i,
mid for fifty years has sailed in an nil
lug its motto or striking its colon
I'oH' papers can present Mich a uc
eesful hlslory; nml whilo there are
plenty of good papers published,
as strongly as tliu O'Cc.'twforall tho
purposes of a Family Newspaper.
II eiinniit. full to liavfho.-n who Inkni'
four-fold for their outlay.
, Send f.'l to tho publishers, ami so
ctnu u good paper ami tho Jubllc
I Yiuvlttmk. Sidney K. Morsu A. Co.,
i!7 Park How, Now York.
, road company, of which Philip Itltr,
of Walla Widla, is President, wiu
organized 11 few day miico lu I,r
( Ir.iiule. Tho object of tho coniiuuij
. Is to build a road from WalluWalluto
l..i Gnuiih1. There iseaplt.il enough
'on hand to htilltt bridges ami "tlo"
the 10.nl from tho foriuerclty lo the
1 htinP of tho llluo inoiintalus, a ills-
1 tauco of ill) miles. Work will be
commenced early in tho springy
ami pushed forward vith vigor. Mr
Itlt.'. naine Is Millie lout to Indicate
Its sp(edy construct foil. Ori'iionltm.
Oakland coiitaiiis two hotels, threo
store-, 11 drugstore, hliiekMiiithshop,
saddler's hlmp, market, .did man;
pilvato reihlencoj, while others are
constantly being erected. A Hour
ing mill will lw ireete.1 In the
Si.tti i.i. The "lilts for the posHs
Mon of tli f'nruthcrs ixtRto In Port
land have all been illsnilwed, as the
matter has ut Inst b u rornpronilscd
Ki.i: vion. Tho eb otlon for city of
llcors of Haleii. will bo held next Mon-
ilf.y. Conslilernble lntcrt Is felt It.
the matter by the poplo of Hie city.