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WEDNESDAY MOUMXG, J AX. 24, 1SOO.
It is stated that twenty-six tliotw
Hand bales of ootton wopo puod-uosd ha
Illi nois tfio post season... ' i.
It has been decided lately that a
boy found on a man's door-Btep may
not necessarily be his step-son.
A. nkgh lkM bees arrested at Nor
folk, Va., for soiling' saosagesm which
ho claws of a kitten wero found.
Finely powdered borax, scattered
nbout their habitations and: resorts,, is
an effectual poison, for water bugs
Queen Victoria is in a towering,
passion at an article in the London
Times about bor prolonged Borrow for
The wool' crop of Texas is repre
sented" as boing very large, the clip of
somo of the most successful raisers
reaching from fifty thousand to sev
fthty thousand pounds. :'."..
The Viceroy of Egypt, who himself
quitted Egypt on tho first appearance
of. the- oBolera) has dismissed several
High frnotionnries lor having aban.
donod Egypt during the epidemio.
ExciTEMeNT" continues at St. Paul,
Minnesota, on account of tho newly
discovered gold mines at Vermillion
Jjnko, which is about oho hundred and
fifty roVlea.ti6rilh.6f, that place..
The proprietor and bar-keeper of a
New Orleans heer-garden have hoen
prosecuted for refusing to allow ne
groes to drink in the place, and. eject'
ing Miam from the uromises after, they.
Ma. Conness has introduced a bill
in Congress to allow persons to locate
at $20' pop acre,. coal claims to tho ex
tent of 160 acres. That is, if a man
difloovors a mine he may lawfully birs
oamsr.'.be it by tho. boundaries of 160
Ttix prlhoiple of rotation in office
is being quite well observed in some
of.tbo fJrOverbment offices East.. T wan,
ty.five changes took place latoiy fh
t4ie Boston Cust,o.rn IIouBein ono day,
to-givo place to. returned veterans of
A W.wnsiM' wine merchant says-
that, if the people of the country con
tjnue for fivo years moro to plant
grapes as ;they have, dono duripg the
past ftro-;yai ihoiwy will ' b mofe
vine and grapes in the United States
than in .Europe. . ,
JHt ; meeting 'la denounce Sunday
trains' was held, in Edj&bifrpb. Scot
lan'di preside! over )yti IjiiroaWwlSd
regularly every rSunuay drives 4ntq
tojv.n."froi Ms 'aeati BOTOo ,fjye or-sta
miles off, in a carriage and pair, with
coaohmdn "and footman, to attend
":. li'WiMippiMn iiMiet. that the
country alone, tho line o ,the' "Missis-
pff Cbntblnflad; fn tho mos
d.08irable state pt . rpposeijpguorf'ii
les' no Tobberiee; nb1' viOlBiiejAJi;
b ft ve turned ttieir ivands to peaceful
nuMuitaiid tbodornoralization caused
by tlie terrb1& oiWl'OfV fie pasi four
y earl U Melfig xWii,wted ;r soaiety. it-
being re, prgatifcod; tha flword Jias
. truly beon converted Into tho-plough
iso. and- all eyes arflf br4trht wJlh' lhie
TUB HIOHTS OF THR STATUS AKD
TlIK USIIOX OP TUB STATUS.
Who wilt nut join wlita me in the nrnver
tlmt Hie invisible hand which, lias led us
through the clonda Jhnl etoomedi around our
path will so guide ns onward to a perfect res
toration of fraternal affection, that we of (hit
ay may be nble to transmit our great jnber.
Innae- ofi Stale Uove.-ninent in nil rtiein
rights, of the General ftorerntnenl itr its
hole constitutional vigor, to our posterity,
nd they to- theirs turouiiu countless ceuera-
Tho abovo paragraph is tho- slotting
sontenco of Androw Johnson' mes
sage to Gonmross. It conveys to the
mind the idua that the President is
ot to be drive from tho impregnable
position, cqui-distutit between ovnlral-
ization and secession. , If it ouibs the
interests of wild inovators, in order
to accomplish a- present purpose,1 to
assume that our country will be bet
tan gpvcEnfid by lodging moro power
in tho centruf government, they will
probably have to defer the consum
mation of their scheme until a change
can be eluded in tho executive department-
Those who would plunge headlong
into the centralization project appear
to forget that tho existence of a pow
erful State near tho National Capital
alone preveniod it from becoming tho
easy prey of tho Confederates during
tho.t'WO weeks in which Washington
was-isoloied from tho north, in the lat
ter parti ot April and the first days ot
May, 1861. Tbe Union Defense Com
mittee, act'ng with tho powerful co
operation of tho Stato of New Fork,
opened tho road to Washington, when
the central) gpvernmorit was helpless
at the feet of tho legions of Boiiaasion.
Throughout the war the authorities of
tho Slates wcro energetic in thoir sup
port of the Union J. ready with mCn
and' money, and always doing more
than was asked of them. While they
but ranked as accessaries to the gen
era) government, tbey did at least as
fnuoh for tbo salvation of tbe country
as tbe government at Washington -
On the other band, tbo existence of,
Stato governments at vthe South fur
ntshed'a medium for the expression of
returning loyalty to tho Union, or
what was equivalent to it, the means
by, which tho partially, vanquished
rebels could express-tbeicvdlsoontent
with, the Confederate government. It
is pretty well.i known that Sherman's
operations ih Gaorgia Were facilitated
by the discontanLaf that Stato at the
proceedings. ojV Xetfbraon Jihs, and.
his , oo conspirators. Now that . the
war is endod, it js only by the ma
chinory of tbe.SyUle govern manta,that.
order can ,bo joBtored at the South
wttu any degree ot liberty whatever
arid in, such matters order is next to
justios- trbo best of all things, akfd, in
pracltoe is feyniore-'Doeessary than"
justice. It is so, because-'! ustioo may
be delayed, if Snftllj" gvanted, but with
Order oeaBeslhe tfchyCltfUBiiUi: things
tieceBBary to tho- bappinqxB of a civil
ijvpd. people. ' ,;,:,f
Tbe terms of bfl. Constltationi con
tomplato the perpetual exitrtonco . of
too states : its spirit ffuarjinvcos the!
rights and imraaniiipsj-.the necessity
for ihclT contih'Heddxis'toncbiis prb.van
bjk ev.fery phaso of our history; thpy
eVery partvv and their, .EiKhts ftrs
cinly .donied v rr. iattQkftd i.byfin)nir, I
wbo deal witm'teovernmentoa BchboiV
oys piuji'iuiiigB. it. is grainy
inir to know. that, in the Prositfent.OL
ths-Unked States IbqConsUtutibn hw-
fcjjjedj shafts ofi.dttHanionisU - and the
About, tiib Lost Woman. A dili
gont search bas failed t'o fix the iden
tity of tho fonialo, who, it is said was
rowned by breaking through tbe ice
on Sunday evening. Whether this
female was ono of the matrons-reside
iig in Rocklund or thereabouts, or an
ligible spinster of that biri( wicU does
not appear. Possibly she may have
een an unprotected aboriginal fotnule
laboring under tho obfuscating influs
noes op raMx-tcatine beverages; and
t is barely posibio vliet tbo wiis
" One more unfortunate, "
Weary ol breath,
.j .. Bnshly importunate, ' j ,'
Oone to her denthi""
If such wcro indeed tbo case it cor-
" '' Was piti'nr, -Near
a who'e city full,
Help she had none." -
Or, if anybody rcully saw this
poor woman go on to the ice, without
attempting her rescue, it is another
" T.he retMty
Ol eh-ristian charity
Under tbe sun."
13 ut amid these bewildering theories
of the case, there is a gleam of conso
lation : no case of blighted affections
or-of "a-broken heart bas yet' come to
ght, which would justify tho uct of
summarily shuffling off this mortal
coil ; no Bemaphorid signal ' from
tbe Eockland side of the river has on.
noanccd the loss of any of the fair Bex
belonging to thut placo or vicinity ; no
aboriginal death howl has been raised
in token of a vacancy in the ranks of
tbo Indian maids or matrons-Umtiba-
bitualo about this town, and from
those faots it is fuir to conclude that
f anybody hus been drowned the los
is not of tbat character which will
load to any exhibitions of uncontroll
able or hopeless grief. -
itr. WJlUtmt-nirnrjaum rcapeetf ally In-
form his pntrona, wxl mare jwrtlculartjr the ladiei ol
this eltjr una Tfclutty, that' lie will anil at private sale,
at auction price,, at his store on Main street, tbs I'M-
unce ui uis noi mock or -muches, uianunide; Jew-
iry..onu runcy uuuui, Atnu will be tho laat upporlu-
w; m purcntue, inn nuinnuu-tae p4iui are.inTitta
Isaac V. Blotr, C. 8. Miiiti.
Bud IranciKO. Bia. sciiahuaciiiii,
Blocli Miller &.Co9
WW-OLESAJLE ; '
3J- It O CER -
(I iND DEALER8 IX
Wines i &. If sttw
Mti IiHrmrttiS-and Jokben-of
Boots V Shoes,
clc.j etc., etc.
WK HAVB AS AS8AY 0PW0I5 IS CtWNECTIO
wlihour l.unlnenH. under tliV-entire htipervtafwr.
r.Mr. Miliar. Yi mnke returns in ltnrvtn nix lionri-
Vi Btmruntee all onr ABMnm nnil itov the llltJHKHlV
CA81I 1'KIOK for Burs. We uHw pny the IllnlieM
Cash Pries fur Gold Dust.
BLOCiT; MILI.KIt k 0.,
DijCtf Cor. Mnln and Wnhlniit'n streets, Dnliewr.
Oregon Steam Iaiiration to.
ON AND API Kit MONDAY, NOVEMBER lSth untl
Tlie Pntssencfei Traiu
to connect with steamers
FOR UMATILLA & WALLTJLA
Wili start from tlie 11. R. DKPOT DALUtS CI TV, on
.llondars. Wednesdays, and Fri'da4v-,a.a.
4l3U A. M.
"ONEONTA" or "IDAHO,"
A PT. J. ..McN D I.T Y, :...Comniiuider,-.
Will Iouts DALLK8, DAILY. (Sunday excepted) at i-.
o'cliick, a. conuectiiii by Hie CASCADE UaILKOALij
itb tlie stuaiiier
"NEW WORLD" or " CASCADES,"
CAPT. J. WOLF Cninmander.
fo- Portlaml. - : W. D. URADKORD -'.
Dalles, Nor. 13, 1868. nl2tf Agent O.S.N. Co. '
Wasco Lodge, Is. 15, F. A AVM.
Holds Its stated Cominunlcttiona on tlie Flirt and Third
Saturdays or each month, at their hall, In Dalles City,
Brethren In kooU staasVog are Invited to attend.
nn ii.ro, aouy. . By onler of the W. JL.
Columbia Xodffe, No. 5, I. O. O. F
Meets erery Friday .evenins at t4 o'clock, lu Gates'
Hall, earner of Second and Court Streets. ' Brothers In
gooo stanuinn are lurlteu to attend. By order. N.tt.
FAMILY GROCERY. FRUIT
" Irovlsiori. Store,
CORNER OF WASHINGTON A SKCOND'STUEKM.
ONSTANTtY ON 1IAXU tll choiceet articles of
khksii uuitki(, sjuusiiiI osefy ssnlety of
If UTB.OAJf-OLES, e r Ac,, ....
Wholesale and 'Retail', at Keduceil Price FOR, CASH
Also, dealer In , T v
GRAJUV. FLOirR AtSO-iFEED.'
of .all kln!s,.a4 -wilt do a; . I A J .
' Gwicral .Commission Business- i
Nq cMrges for Ihoraire oa.Quoils sold on Conmlulon.
rruceeu. ui snipe remit el pnnniltllr. . JnlAtf.
Til K CO. PA RTN ERSHl P hereto fore sxlstli.e between
UKOROK McLKAN DAVIb Tluk.NI7l. in ik.
HclliMsCliop Ifunae, la this day d.lssolretl by pintualcou-
uarKi iMirainj imTli(.uni l( IMS HltemttO Ueo.
sioLoag, who u anuieuinoriaed to trauaact any tntt-
nnne, jun y. is. ibih). ,. , D.DOIUilNO,
TO TEAMSTERS AND n DAIUVMEN
. "li ev.iuiil -.i ! :
Hi i'r'.T-rh.T-T -av;:.a -'.;i
. ' " I""
.snijJB frl 1 TV JiO ,tav.
.v..i;;,'.:i"jl'. -!iiim. ih ,;i
.aS aS to:jUl JXJJ3. '.i-. 17 '(Hi
t V. I
'Rt .H, LA'
a .in.-.' I3.il !(i .
. . OK a. . ....
A TC ' CO ST
teR, itHlKTY DAIS LONGER 111'
MKSSRS. COIIM 4 IIOIIM would hereby infnnna.
their cnRtomers anil the eublic at larse. tlias theri'T
will continue to sell AT COST, for thirty days longer it)'
order to give ens a chaure to Diake 'presents fur the
Holidays. We will sell the balance of our stick, euu
SistlBKof . .. . X -
Kl H Stack BilbL dents' Clnalcai-
Rich Poplins, ' ' Beaver Cunts,'
t'loeki, Dress Coats, . ,
.. n Shna-ls, -: 7 , - , . .- lliats, f .', ", --;
DryCoKl,'- J Haibrold'erles, '
. Uata aUCnasy .''.;: J' H Bouts 8hov,
. c, -
AT SAW FHANC1SCO COST.
Ilhont Freigl-t and Kxp-tK.sV
This will he the lea e4ect..to get Wgtiisv. prior to .
closing the concern. . COltN a lKMMts. -
N.lt.-i All Bills' must he eaid by tk ' First of January
M6SV. If not eel tied within that time,' 'lie earn will he .'
placed In legal .hands." - i i- i ,. deUfcvii
MILUNERY AND DRESS-MAKirjts
TIS3 CROURKEDKaiUKSTO INFORM the
Ladies of Dalles and TicinilT. tl.ul ).. -
umm j.n nram uv.il vappiyoi
, "FosHlontiWo Goods,
Tlie latent Paris'. New Vort'Unif Sau Vrnne'lu-nVklYlaa' '
of HONNKT8, yTaiallhra, JiACKS, FKATHSRS, .
FLOWERS, e. A full and well-selected assortment uf
Ladies' neady-ltlnde Garsniel)i
I - Also, a Fashionable-assortment of '-.) ' , ... .
: CHEo'Si TftJMM ING-W'.'-'X
STAMPING fur Kaibmldsr ami nnMrn nik'iriun ' '
dune at .hurt notice. DON NUTS Uleachudauil Pressed ; ...
In the latest style. : A Urg assartiueitwf, ,
ushuitiu Bcau-jsain tioinllir- -':.
Constantly on hand. Hating secured the serrlces of a (
Flrat Clans Dress Maker, I am prepared to cut and at '
Udlc.' and Children's DRE8BES and CLOAKS. . . -THIRD:
8TUEF.T. ana aouura .( .,t ii.' e;....u. ":'
UTS AND ANCX COQDS
,J,tiJ'B' -enniniend.ial dealara la that
line to the BA1
, , . TUttMAUWH KUIN,
Y.WiYld ,'ifr'i r 'tSali.FraiiJbiria..
DiRNoItilon r Co-rnrtncrshlp..
fpUK CO-PARTNERSHIP herrt,fon exlstlnK uiiuVrr
j.. ,,,&'?f 0"IN8..lcKAltl,AN
fcS?.'11-1 hyHrnitaal eonsent. All lla.
Ml ties oMiSrm ta k- nwlrf K. u.a.Ki... m. .
. , , . . . . , J m tt ri. i i-i , nnfl
gle and save casts'. i,,t,..i
- I . T-l Wowmam amtaminv iaua-us mr.:v.-' :
CrtiOTiHiNQ. BOOT AND SHOts '
ijc AMMwMi.iwH.4wi.'k:a 'i .t 2. i'i"
'""a w. ass sssstisnuT Ultnils
r. ateae Stow, Jetnerf-eftiHaiaiWid Ceur.
1 Fire-proof, I
', . ocarU.