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.CITY .A-INJO COUNTRY.
Friday, April 17.
Ilir, ACUDEXT AT IlViV JIILL.
'Concerning tho accident at llass' mill yes-
enlay, lu which the Iudlan convict l.Jmund
it so shockingly manglod, we learn tiio
.l.tl --f u Ma 1 waf AfA If illl Allil lMAltrtj?AAII 1
fOIJOWJOg.ruu. ,lulau.aulu.,l, , ,b . , ,... ,,,.
ESWMO woro caucu in nuemiuiico upon inn
vkuitn in tiio absence ol tho regular physl-
do not seem to deter any in the determination
of going thither to seek their fortunes, and
numbers hero and elsewhore are making the
necessary preparations for their departure at
an early day, Thero are some six or eight In
this city who are busily engaged In this
work, ami In gathering alt tho Information
they can In relation to the trip, calculating to
for Fort Wrangle, which will sail about tho
tint of May. To those and all others who
fitnl.urlf tit flm Vi.nliici ii-itmiit ituli .m ..int.
jiivtctK, had been grubbing, and ho had got ' ,,.,., .,, ,, ' '
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tjieriuisiiuu m inu i urucu iu u imu tuu
.iivmlll and grind his nxo while the others
.-.vcro ftuisblugthclrdluuor. Tho machinery
out to them tho way that they should follow
For tho religious remedies) the church
should be made beautiful and attractive, by
pictures and (lowers, prayers and songs,
good sermons and pure) thoughts encourage
ment should be sought In tho warnings and
teachings of tho Illblo; lu tho fellowship and
sympathy of christians, and, above all, lu
Christ, tho Hi eat l'omody tor all sin.
No one of theso rcmodys must bo expect
ed to accomplish, by itself, tho greU objaet
aimed at, but by a harmonious combination
Som: Tiiuoats There seems to have befit ,0' "" utillaggltig energy ami undying eour
an epidemic dUcaso of tho throat lu tho t-ltv I11?" I" 'bo cause, and by those ulono may the
in tho mill Is run by water'power, tho grind- ,uiul tu0 ! cok, and dozens of victims Rit dosldorUmm dually bo reach,..,!.
IisIbk connected directly with tho ' ", ni" " "" ' qVWK Wouu -Saturdav afternoon ti.
uui in. ini'ir uucks. ill-, u limn ui uicnruieii . ti-m .. ... , .. , .
-i.vuiiiui , uinuiiHiu ijiuoi urimgui up our
.In,,- ...i,i.,i. ... r-.,.. .,. "... ,i. i ,... ''""l' l"cs-,mui luinui icur ociock ll was
Umiijita Cam, The first number or
this paper published at Oakland by Mr.
Taomas M Galo, reachod lis yosterday. It Is
well gotten up, editorials well written, locals
spicy, current ttows well selected and tllngs
to tho breeze tho Independent Ticket. Let
tho Oakland peoplo give a liberal support to
tho llrst paper over started lu their llttlo
burg, and It will repiy them a hundred fold,
by bringing them Into closer oomniuulon
with the "gicat outside world."
Vacanc'IIN FIM.KH Tho Democratic)
County Committee met on Saturday and
made the following nominations to till tho
ui moles on the Democratic County Ticket.
J. W. Weatherford and it. F. Floto'hor wero
nominated for Representatives, vice I,. Petty
john and Divli Shannon, declined. I,. 11.
.Iiidson was nominated for Surveyor, vice
)i!i!n Mhoff. liv lilnatlu nf n holt! hut. lit fills
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Ulmo tho belt was not annulled, and tho shaft ""'ew.roat, itiuucea oy tuo vaporous oxnau
-38 only rovolvlug at tho rate somooight or ""' ""' " "' " ' "8- lauded on the louo and luutml ., to n, I ' l,"K. declined.
.4m revolutions per minute. In attempting "c -o uo.re.petucnangos in tuo woatucr. 01,w Tu) n wor). ,,vl,.Nl,WM Wits m.olvo(, ,,,, mprn.
.tiiuljust tho bolt fiom tho main sbaf to the "ol ',' ," 8 wo. considered dangerous If tons and some pclojs worn .KM or 700 Pounds hig tli:tt Thomas Hubbard nf Cl.ami.ocL-.
grindstone, ICdmuiiils became entangled iU "' m time, mm I""" wo uaxo eneh ond required plenty of men to handle wl, WHS "hot by the half-breed lust one
tho belt and was Instantly drawn to tho i " "T'B"Y.1TU '" " . w ." " ' ""tto"'r' them, lint cur l.ioud iKmcon Ilal,.iMOnhw-k ago yeslcrday, died last ovonlni: at
wliAft; overwhleh ho was Niolenlly whipped; ' '" agau CNro.ro o lmuj wth his roiH) andtucklo. andsuch men I ' o'clock. When SherlH Soott was Inform.
oil or Hubbard's death ho Immediately sent
for a blacksmith, to;o to the lull and put tho
prisoner (.'errand lu Irons. Hubbard's
I tho racillc oast, but he known all about
power presses generally, and from lmlf.pist
seven lu tho oviiluor until noon next day,
with only three hours Interval for a imp
towards morning, ho was busy putting that
I for Wtt-eral minute-, his legs Mrlking ubovo l"1, r -". """ "'" s Hy tJorman. Jack tlrceu. and others ro
liidbolowntoach ruvolutlon, until tho water P"o.iuiy rcsim senou-iy in many cases. 0 ,((u, ,0 ,I0, u0 ,,,, mt ,
f.vasniittt oil' and nil tho machinery stoppod, Commi:ciai. IIoti:i Mr. J. . Shattuck, niachlnerv walked uii stairs and was rcmlv
Lieu ho was taken up In an iuseiibiblo propletor of this hotel, has reduced his rato . to bo put logcthir when Low Ctimiiln tin.
.-KOdirtou. When the doctors arrhed they for local and trausletit customers. Hoard i Oreiio oun't nrcsunai. arrived mi dm
timtvl him neuslble, but little moro than a and lodging, according to location of room, ovoiilug spec'al, a little after sovon o'clock
ttiuiigloa tunss tu iieu ami bones. The left i now irom live to cigiu iiouars per wcok. ciiemlii Is not only tho best pressman on
IAC WHS UroUtll a snort llistatice aliOVO tho '-,J "'"' louraiiu n:m nonars per wccf..
IsinJtlc. audaleo tho bones of the foot below i Transient customers -lie charged from ono to
take obit; all being completely crushed ond'oH" 'iuyrcr day according to aecomnioda-
.ground Into pulp, aud tho tlcsliy portlou tlons.
((.terribly lacerated. Tills leg was again cit ox 1U-si.ni:s. Daniel Clark, ln.,
' soroKeuueartUeKueo. Tho bono ol tho otuer Mrslerof tiio Stuto Uruugo of Oregon, left cumbrous iutrlcato machinery together.
IJefi was also crackod, though not broken uu- on tho auornoon train to-day for Astoria. Tho "Job was llnaly dono and we are now
tctlreiyoll; and tho llesh of this leg was fear- from thero ho will return to Portland, and ' ready to do our own press work Independent
f.-fuliy mutilated, a laigo jilceo being found proceed thonco to tho Dalles. anil llnough .ofall tho world. Tho llttlo sheet we Issued
fsstk'klng to tho ceiling overhead, whore It Wasco county, and then Into Oraut, and to i hwt Friday and Saturday, whs piluttd on
Mwlbeeu thrown by tho rovolutloiis of tho ; Canyon City; Tor tho purpose of organi7.lugue of tho Job presses In the .U.win ullleo,
shstt. Tho right arm was broken Just Oranges at dllVerent points on tho route. Ho !"nd so enabled us to put lu an appearance
iXiJow tho shouldor, and tho bono badly will bo absent from hero about three weeks. ' when souio folks thought our light was ex-
Rsplit; ami thero was oUo what Is called u Stim. Axotiiiui. -Sherltl' James D.irl. of ' H'lgulshed. Wo aro strict lit I lovers In Davy
g,wcn-twls fracture below tho elbow. His Columbia county, camo up on tho tleven ' frockolts' wlseaxlon that "homo things cm
ti.niuowns oauiy uruisou, auu several rius o'clock train havlnir In clisrirn S. T. tiosn. . uu """-' ""' won us outers." tiio public cm
l-m that side broken; aud in addition to all, 0osa was convicted of oil u Her vat tho nres-
injuries woio received which tho ,, torniofllio Circuit Court In that conntv.
and snutcuced to ono year's coutlueineut at
hard 1 (bar In tho Penltontlary.
(iliysiclans think ate probubly of such a
.riuturu that they of themselves would cause
Uieatli; though thoy say thero Is a biro possl-
.lOluty that his life may bo saved. Tho
-.rotindH woro oil properly attended to and
l.-amfuliy diessed, anil tho sullerer was loft
Mosia, April '-0.
rest iisviiriil that we coil do "some things"
r.s well as other poople. Our Daily Itcconn,
wo nopo, will prove that.
A Si.Mirr.Ai! Ixciiiiixr. Mr. Honrv Haas
has related to us an Incident which shows u
fiuicial will tuko pl.ico to-morrow morning
at ten o'clock.
MAitniiiii. April 12th at the residence of
Win. Wluel, i:i by the Itev.J. P. Vcatch,
Mr. .1. K. P. Furreiis to Miss Mellmla Morris,
all or Marlon county.
Diimi. Nearllowolls Prairie, April -Itli, In
fant daughter of.1.,1. and K. .1. Kester, aged
nlno mouths and twenty-one days,
Tvr.siiA April Si,
r'irf In lul 1'orllftnd.
Ycsteiilsy morning nt about nine and n
halfo'clivk a Urn broke out In (lie drugstore
corner of.) ami Third streets, Cist Portland.
Tho building was unoccupied at tho Hint) os
business place, but a largo ipionllty of whale
and kerosene oils wei e stored lu the lower
room. Tho lire extended to several of tho
buildings adjacent. The following Is a IN:
of the losses, so fur as ascertained: Dr.
Mack, building aud stock, $1,000; Mis.
Kritsti.thico buildings, badly damaged, $S00;
menu i-iiger, uarner stool; anil llxlures,g,r0;
A lnri-n nml nnnrpi-tntlvn nmltniii'n lUllnml hatched Ollt a brood of chickens, unci nl.m-t
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... ..nu. .uuaiiuw Hiiiuiuuu u as Hrwuio n 0Xl.0IIeiit discourse last evening, by ihosaino time neat belonging to Mr. Haas
eiHdcr tho chcu instances. Uov 1 s Knight, pastor or tiio Congrega-' bocamo tho mothor ola Hue family of kit-
SCHOOL lUATTHIt!.. tlonal Church, upon tho subject, "TIioto"H- V few dajs after something klllsd
..., ,. . . T7 , . I Whisky War Tho Truo llemodles." Attor.H'u "Id hen, and all tho chickens but
toloilowingatUtlnroco mij ,,,, 0I) ,olt ,,, wmll
41m annual report of the Marlou County , r , n ,.',,, '.., , , i,llr ..i.nnt hi nnar,.!, r i, ...
-School Superintendent, Just completod: ibr tho victims of the demon Hum. ..n,l for Happening ono (lav to L-ot ii.muh
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mi' iiuuiva iiiijiuvvrmuua uy iiiuirtir imiii'uur w v..wi mimiviuu uuwui iiuiiuunu wnuru
1. M Vdllllf.i iltmnif,, I, t,,...1 I.. u.... I
MrniiL-n liislln,.' l.ill..,lnvi-l..,lM a I ; v.. ........h ,., ,,, ... niuiinsi,
-i . , : ;. :.,.. V I ?'-
uuiuNgmg to .ur. a. .m, (.iiiueri recently
. 'V'lLiirDlflrlil U'Hirt
- " llUl Mlll-IV
- " l irons hut fiinr mill iiiuU-r tucnlv
xtursnfage i..vO''tho true remedies" under four heads,
lBkxiiu nf in.iiify dUtrlinitisl $s.t;i ;u namely: legal, social, domestic, aud rollg-
Mr. Knight proceeded by llrst classifying
per sclmlar 1 ;s,v; lotia.
,T Art.alJrii.llii'. nrbntc nlinu :uu
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fjinrlfrfiiulillcschiKiltaiislit during i-ar 11.1
ill'trlil wllli uulfurui liiinK In I'tclii-lio '
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)f(iJrllllintc Imnril In icaclnTK 117 ,
urtlrrt ilar riTllllratn. SI
As legal remedies, ho strougly favorod tho
passage of local option, and civil damago
laws making the Bale of liquors a question
to bo decided by tho residents of communi
ties, and subjecting dealers to a recovery of
puss was snugly domiciled with her kittens.
and uo soouor stumbled into tho warm,
cospy nest thou It nestled down contentedly.
Tho motherly old cat lifted lior head with a
fowsloopy wiiilts.nnd vlowo.l tho new comer
complacently for a fow moments, and then,
giving tho nearest kitten u caressing lick and
doubtless thinking that one of them might
bomoday be left a WHiidererumong strangers,
all reasonable damages resulting dlroctly' lId quietly down again. Ami from that day
iuouuovo8iausi.es cover tuo yoar onuiog from their salos: therobv maklmr tho trade ' llttlo orphan has remaliiwl and been
MiccU 1st, 1874. pay its own way. He thought that tho sell- treated as ono of tho family; ouly, tho
To Fjm. Vacancy. Tho Hopubllean Com-' '"K or B,vl"l? of olcohol to any person under (-'bit-ken U obliged to scratch for itself.
laiUtoo of Marion countv held a snoclal nieflt. ' twenty years or age should bo made a crltno. I OS tiik Way. Tho steamer Aiax. which
Scon Wednesday tho l.'.th Inst., with J. U. w''other by tho father, who gives to his son 'sailed on Saturday from San Francisco for They are also moro strongly geared and less
3foore, Chairman andJ. J. Murphy, Secro- luo ,uw "rops-wmca rouiams lu bis glass, l l'ortlana, brings tho following passengers: complicated than tho old ones, and the feed
Oiry, lo chooso a candidate for reprosonuulvo w" "o sugar that Is In It, or by tho vllo I Charles A Hughes.CH Wrlghtiindson, Miss (rollers being driven by a belt on the outside
-on tlw Hopubllean ticket, in place or Hon. """" """ ' wining lean mm on to i. augnn, u Aiorgan, Jr; M W Henderson, oi ino iranie, tnero is uo danger of breaking
Tiik Kntiiucuisi: Pi.Axi:u.-Salem stands
at tho head or enterprise InourStato lu moro
things than one; and among the latest and
must Important Items lu the manufacture, by
Mr. II. F. Drake, of the Kutorprlse planer,
for dressing all kinds of lumber. Several
attempts have boon made In this State to
make a machine of tills kind which would
answer tho requirements of mechanics, but
It has never met with success until under
taken In Mr. Dniko's foundry. Two or these
planers are now being put up thero under
tho siipervlslou or Mr. John Dolman, both
of which aro already sold, and will be ready
to ship tu about two weeks. Among tho ad
vantages which It possesosovor other planers
Is tho fact that It has a largor capacity than
any other, being so constructed that It will
dress lumber ft-oni ono-fourth or an luolito
live Inches In thickness, and from one and
one-tourth to twenty-lour Inches lu width.
Using run by lunger bolts and largor pulleys
It runs much easier than the other planors
rubit lllnto who decllnded the nomination """ Ami tUat drunkoness Itseir should bo
I if tlto County Convention. Of seventeen mH" a "UHJ a penal otioneo, ami punlshod
mtuibot-H entltlod to soats, fourteen wero "wordlngly. And lu ordertlmt the-so prlucl-
ci.-eut cither In person or by proxy. Col. ''"'H "m-v l, "loreeiiwtually cirrlod out, the
C A. Hoed, of this city, bolng one of the
nomineos. received a imilorltv nf nil Hin
-oteHcastou the second ballot and was duly bo kent awtiy from tomptatlon and, at tho
.isrtjnittitcd. On motion tho nomination was mio time, Inn condition lo provide forhls
uiaiie uuaulmous. ami the Coiniuniltiofl ad. "n" uui.iaucoauu to alj to somo extent lu
who will sincerely mourn their loss. Ho
represented his county In tho Stato Honate In
ISttland ISiW, and tilled sovoral lniiortant
losltlons lu Missouri whllo n rosldont of that
SUto. Hon. James F. Watson, tho prosent
Stato Senator from Douglas County, Is his
SMavk IIonps. Yesterday morning W. H.
Trotter was arrested on tho charge of tho
lan-eney or $100, prererrod by W. W. Munk
ors. Tho examination iviu Imt.l v..tnr,l..r
attornoon beforo Recorder Cotloy; and thn
' evidence opiearlng sulllolontly strong, tho
accused wivs neiu to answer lu tho sum or
$.'.00, for wnlch ho at onco gave bonds. An
application for a ichoarlni'. nmdo at tho tlmo
by his counsel, vas set for bearing at 10
jucioci; mis morning, when It was decided
beyond tho power of the Court to grant.
With tho consent or tho Prosecuting Attor
ney, however, the bonds were reduced to
WutisiMiAV, April it.
KrAimiKii Ai rim. Wowero given to-d.iy
the particulars ofanallr.iy which occurred a.
few miles from Sllverton, on tho Ablipm
river, last Sunday evening, nml which re
sulted lu the stabbing or Anson Stanton by
Kpliralii Tliitrinan. It seems that tho two
men bad hud somo dealings together, mid
wero talking or their settlement at tho limit
mentioned. And during the conversation n
dispute arose between them which ended In
an cucotMilerwItli tiio above result. Thur
man had his pocket knilb in hUliaud whir
ling n stick, whllo talking, nml our Informant
says become abusive lu Ills language toward
Stanton. To this Stanton paid no attention
until his abuse became unbearable, when
ho struck Thuiinan with his list, who Im
mediately began lo use thoknlfo which he
held lu bis band. Stanton received n severe
cut on each sldo or his neck, one of which
severed a blood essol, ono lu tho luck, ami
another In his left, side. Dr. Davis wits
called to dress the wounds ol Stanton, and
last ovoulnggawi It as his opinion that thero
was llttlo or no chance forhls recovery. Stan
ton Is a farmer lu that neighbor hood", and Is
well liked by tho ieopIo there. Thurman
iiwues a sawmill on Ablqua river, six tulles
from Sllveilon, and also owns a liirui. Con
siderable oxcllomont prevails In the neigh
borhood over the all'alr, but up to this morn
ing no arrest had been uiailo.
Ni:w I.Nioiii'oiiATioN. Win. Harlow, Ar
thur Warner, John Mooro and A.J. Duftir
llled to-day with Secretary or Slate t'had
wlck, articles of Incorporation rorthe"North-
weslorn Shipping, Storage and Commission
Association or tho Patrons or Husbandry,"
capital stock $1(1,000. Headquarters at tho
city or Portland, and the business or tho
association will be to receive and dispose of
homo products and to purchase for those
Interested all agricultural machinery, im
plements and staple articles tor homo con
sumption. Wo conversed yesterday, at
Portland, with these gontlemou, and loarnod.
something of their Intentions. They expect
to bring cargoes nfsiich articles as they will
purchase nt the Fast nml loud vossols with
wheat mid Hour on their return. Mr. Duftir
goes east partly upon this business, as wo am
Fti.NitriAi. or Thomas IH'iiiiahi,. Front
ngentlemam who attended tlioftinoral of the
murdered man yostorday wo loam tho fol
lowing in relation thereto. The sorvlco
weio hold In St. Paul's Mission church, lu
which u Mass was said fortho dead, and wero
MIssM Keese, , W II Fife and family, II P cogs by clinch motion. Thero have been '(-'onduutisl by Uiv. It. Do Lorino of that
Mlll6r, A Goldsmith, T CJ Miller, t8 (lerst, S 1 manufactured at this foundry eight of these
A Francis and wife, F C Arnold and wild. ' P'aners, and as wiou ns these two are coin-
Mrs S I.ainont, MrsN A Moyer, Mrs A J I'leted four more will lie put on tho stocks;
the P-'ukel" recouiuiomlod the providing ol . White, Jos Wlgner, M Ilrldgeman, Jr, Win I " as nothing but satisfaction has attended
the l,rUous or avium, whoro Inebriates mlgiit Powell, P II Fox, I S Itoseiilmuwi, Thouiai their use, those wishing to purchase can cor-
Torx Ami'Uvatkh. WroKtllng Joo had a
Jiryfcal operation performed yosterday,
wiL:h deprived him of two of his toes. A
tponiou of them bad boeu tukon ntt before,
'liut that which remained had become very
or atkl troublesomo and It was this which
i-.muUi him so lame. So yesterday ho had the
-minpH romosed at tl o last Joint, which will
doubtless rnako It much easier lor hlui to
Tivut ufter tho parts havo healed.
tho support of his family; and also to pio
vide such sanitary measures as would oper
ate benetlclally upon tho health ami system.
Ho favorod giving woman a lojul volco lu
I liv f lin filni,,kf, hi linilli..- f,.- MI..I.I .1...
ell. ami I sister, II Haas, Miss I I.iuson, Miss L.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., l0I10 ,; , Jj,,,.,, ,,
' """ now Intends to visit ufter uu absence or a
CAitrtoi.icSimu'Dii'. This Is tho soason 'I'lartorofn century, and the present homo
or tho year that the discuses usually prevail-' f tho former. They will stop n day or two
out among sheep, aro the most nunioioiis. ' ''t Portland, until tho steamer Mils, und will
Wo call the attention cf wool growers to the probably spend several days In .San Fran
new remedy, "Carh.llo Sheep dip" a sure ''Iho0- Aflur leaving there they wll! visit
cure for Scab, Screw worm, Foot rot, aud all I Vosemlto valley, tho "big trees," and other
Parasites that lufoct shoep. It Improves not limits of Interest on tin, imito, arriving at
only tho health or the suliusl but also liu- ,,n," Hl)lnu ('"u 'i May. O. A will bo absent
church; tho remains bolng Interred In St.
Paul's Mission cemetery. Our Informant
says the gathering was as largo as any ha
ovor witnessed on a similar occasion, largo
niiiuborHiir peoplo being presont from Falr
tlold, Aurora, Hubbard, lliituvllle aud Chani
poeg preclmt. Tim iirooosslou was mado m
or vehicles or all descriptions and horsemen,
und was threo quarters of n mllo lu length.
Full Wu.um CliKliK. Wo stated Monday
evening that Mr. Itobt. ICIuuey anil
Mlfo were to stmt yesterday morning for tho
OuIknxi counlry, on a visit totholrson, which
proved to lie u mistake. Tho tlmo set for their
departure was this morning, and their dw
tlimllou was Willow Crisik, Uinatlllaeouiity,
Instead of Ocluso, this bolng whero their son.
resides. Thoy started this inonilng on tho
steamer drover, and will spend about two
months visiting In that country. W
trust they will have n pleasant tlmo or It.
Ct.iiVKir I.NXKNiioN. Somodllllcultv haw
always boon iiMirleueeil by wood workers lu
turning circulars, lor rounding nice lied
Kowen, Ii T Welch and I'.iuillv. t llettiiinu lalnlyrlo no better In this Instance than to
and nephew, II I) Simpson and wife, J lllalr, ' patmule a home Institution.
ti !!.1i.VOu"m fr"y' J T,UU,erJ. M M, i !"N,' 'M-.-Mr. Thomas Hrowu.who has
l.aughll, U M Hussey MrsCMCurls,lK,0II H,J(mrllIM; , wlr ,.,, for' ,ov()nll
n.V..?, Mf" . V'?T mil u",,,'" wll"' ",u "rrlval of his brother
c hid, P llenedlet ami ra.nl y, J J 1'nllerlon, , t). A. r(lwlli Mll.o..r ImlU.. agency, left on
Miss M Ansherl. OP Si rts. P SmwHrt. U .i h " . .
tho regulation aud il.il br.im ,.r tl. .1 whli.. isi-r..,, i .. i' ,.".. I' r ""'.""' '""" . "" '"K5 ' mpanieu
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inpior uuiuuestnsii iraiuc, una tliouglit It
should extend to all questions or a social
nature; and admliilstorod a Just rebuke to
those riion, Ieuierauc9 workers, who send
forth their wives aud sisters, aud daughters
to pray upon the street corners and In
saloons, aud vet whosav. when nnnrnm.lu.il
I.vmi'oiiatkii. Tho Orand llncampnibiit upon thesubject that It would bo degrading
rf"L. C. of K. C, ou Tuesday the 14th Inst., for them to visit tho polls aud deposit u bul-
.aixl articles of Incorporation lu the County lot to accomplish tho same result.
-0rl.' otllcc, and In llo otllco ortheSecre- Hodld not advocate prohibiting tho maim-
.iarycf State: with C. H. Hurrows, I,. Vine- racturooralcohol totallv, for the reuson, not
'vunlnrid H. P. Smith, Kxecutlvo Committee, ouly that It would be folly to attempt such a
i fiwarporators, aud Salem as the priucljial thing, but becauso alcohol Isa nec6s.,4ry aril-
is'ii-O :' business. ,., In u iliniiiuml u-vu I.mi ll.r.,,.,1,, ,1... .!..!
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Anowiku CoxviiT.-Tlie Deputy Sherltf aim should be to put it on a lavol wltk other """"'"""" "ix' iue suiqect.
-b: lleutou county arrived by the yesterday drugs, to bo used lor uiBilleal and sclentlilu , Stir Dinmissimi, i.leut. W. it
utnKiou train, having In charge a man by puro.ses. lone of the defendants In suit of Squlro lieu
c.bt name of lleddy, couvictod of Larceny at Sjioaklng or soeiil remedies, Mr. Knight net vs. W. It. Dunbar et al., received a letter
ta (invent term or the Circuit Court in that thoughtSocIety should recognize the debt It . yesterday from his attorney, Mr. Tilman
mity, and sentenced to one years Ituprls-, owes to Its weaker members, ami to Itself; I'ord, lulormlng hlui that the suit bad been
: At bard, labor lo the Penitentiary. that tiie ''code of honor" which requires dismissed at tho plalntllfs cost. It will be
Xffiumin TinirKjjv avanim, i. uui. n'eu to follow the 'treating" practice should i reiiiem
stvvt,attheresIilenco of the bride's, parents. bo abollshedi that women should be less for
Vllfjv. Mr. Whlteor Corvallls. Kav. K. J. wlllhigtoassoclatewlth vile characters ortho ' arrest
worth JhouldmUvZZ ,, ",","M" "" "" Ul""" "' "T I r''"" lrm.nently at no lur distant day, to put together, aud the business will bo an-
worth should be encouraged by proper IIi:uovktiii:ihWi'atkiis-TIi Hoarder or Juntas soon as ho can sell out and wind nouueed lu form as soon as there Is a stock
;::3 s :m,.s:r,uiau,uustaofs i.1-11?1" rMmm? t " ,,u MuitH -"- " . - ".,.. ,:;taz ? svimsri
resorts and amusements, must or necessity since It llrst organization ou the grouud or ' u .......ii,,,,, ,'b..... ,.u.. ...., ,
i.if.ii. iiisoiirpaiuiiii iiiuyto aiinounco ' . -' -......u .
tho death of Hon. James Watson, which oo- ( l" HUWMM ,,rthu enterprise,
curreil at his residence, ut oak Creek, in Annivkusauv Picnic Vol Foutls Ixulge,
Douglas County, ou Friday lust, tho 1Mb ' ' () ''., will hold Its soventh uiuilvursury
Inst. Hi, was stricken down suddenlv while I I'lcnlo In Spring Valley, six lullos from thli
proves tho (iiiallty of the wool. Davis and "bout three nionths, and during that time, bo-
Schuyler of Portland aro the wholesale "Ides calling on brothersaudslstersniidother ! "'""'I rulltiniiil chair backs and such work.
agents for the Slate. Sheep raisers, should '""uorous friends, will visit Washington and Mr. D. W. Prtiull.o has Invented a neat ar
send to Messrs. D ,V S. for a circular giving ' avoral other eastern cltbis. Wo wish Mr. I rangoinont lor turning quarter elides so
llrown a pleasant visit among Ills friends.
aud commend hlui to tho tender mercies or
Dllllbar, ,iu whlt folks llmru: Iiismimu, th.iv M1I..I.1 1...
. I .. . ...... .: .,...."'
to avoid crossing the grain, which makos th
work stronger and Isillerof courso. Ho ba
tho Invention perlitcUsl and In practal usa
able to kill him with kindness, but it can't "l"' Mhoulil get a tont on It and so make It.
be done by si washes hero. As for M r. Thomas j pnilllauio.
llrown, he Is highly pleased with Oregon lu I'liliNiitruii Fai;ioii. Mr, D. M. Pruritic
all rosmcts, and says that ho considers her . Is prolMtrlug to manufacture all sorta of Fur-
JDiuueto Miss Jane Miller, both of Salem.
Saiu'hiiay, April IS.
TVteGoi.o Feyku. There seems to be no
I .!I1iiisu. Tur rir..t.irulili. ,. tl.u, .r I ...nr.....l... I .ill.i-A I.. .u .. .. . ..
bered that this was an action brought ,"...,.: .! ... " - .. . ?' I .. . ." ii..i mo iinn o, ui,
the recovery of W "mKes for U,o ' h ZZZZZLZ Z'L " C . " '" ?. " t i"? '.', :U,,'l'Y.',, "'
:i"r:iiV" - i "-. -ii . h., iuumuou :; ? ,,;,, ,o i w,z ,;:;.,..: ;3; , rr zr;
I r w I ,I.1 n a .l,tt-1ftttu fT.hfk nnlHA.li. .k-.l
UUfMMnt of the excitement occasioned by J ZJ""Y ' ' T"" '" """""
I,L- a i ,. t moil ruuuuauif I'annuic.
-ho reuorU of rich findings at tho Stlckeou , TllB ,,nlBttl ' r,11B1n. ,, ,,, ,.
u'ltlt tliA ii'liinu fitxl mt Kami nT iiiuik iliaii.
-uavo undoabted y Induced many to defer , h , ,janUh a hoI ffom tho ,
JUUirfrVfl Mmo lf.tr! ttrrlinl .It tlm iali fr , .... ... '
iTl at , ii- tuT ,. am ranuy from their plw ana sauce; to
aXltotiUt locality will be equally as irreat 1 1..J11.1.1 .....
turfn this spring It has been at anytime wlth .... doillBS,ta ,,,,,. ,.,. abovo ... .
-MVMMig, rfn nauuuui ut lua unruniiips
-lil ,..lla A .!. A 1
1.1.5 eiicounierou ou iiib io iiunureu i .,- ,ikI..ii.I , au,,,y. nr lirnil.r'-
, V...W. ... ... .', W. H ".... , -.. ......... ..
tho building which contains tho Kxecutlvo
Department, has removed its olllco to Patton's
block overMurphy.t Croasman's store. Tho
Comiiilssiouers took ososslon of their now
quarters to-day, and occupy tho room for
merly occupied by tho Indian Department
d'oiwi ox a Vimt. Mr. It. Kinney und
W'lf., will fclnrl III III, innri il.it, ftir t.tlttimn ...
make homo so Joyful that no desire shall ever . visit to tl.uir so., imir. wi,., i- ,, .. rU!.i,
' ".VI " " " vaa
IAii4 fiftv miles of mountain travel which I i,rkt f.,r n,,v mi,., .!,,. .mi n.,.llv- in' "ro. lliey will by absent about two
l"Jvbo passed after leaving Fort Wrau
.'hlch breast for any other cheer, and Anally In
ugle, train thtirchlldren Into Christ, and so ijlnt wctka.
lu his barn pursuing his dally avocations,
and it Is supjiosoil death was produced by
heart disease. Deceased was about slxtv-
city, ou tint Till of next mouth. Tilmou Ford,
i;sq (Irand Worthy Chief Templar orOre
gorr, Is nxpis.'tml to bo present und assist In
eight years of ago at tho time of his death, ,,,() celebration, us will, also, other noted
and was an old resident of the Stato, whoso I "'"inlHirs of tho order, flood Templars, and"
exemplary conduct, both lu publlo and prl- cltlens generally o.' Salem aro cordially
vato life, has won for him hosts of friends invited tonttend.