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Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - July 26, 1873, Portland, Oregon ri M I Ji I'll I i W I r corner or liis old a him i and for the alleviation Olley of Imij o who are out a r be of into tlie LOO and disfigured a marriage or the frj with nir before it lie too DR iin to cure tlic y or any who an- afflicted or ulw n the welfare of lany pretended nt their skill in if upon tho I s rniiu e therefore careful ami i may fill into the hand dons the e or deprived k youth of both to t producing witli HIM E train of morbid entitle medical e dark under the met g In the can like cuing of of the limbo confused It of confidence to to and vaH night y If reller bo not My either In Med by hi which never a cure Dr i n thai wai o rf the qn in and will I binding h aa cure o be CURED AJT promptly toot lo nan nm part of Ui Ua By incl Irf letter forwarded to is arc already pup destroyed fines on Washington Tht lire portion of the city firc here i i bouse beyond is oil Ii day street from to the rear of Liberty frm ua of Berty Saratoga Wg the sout aVt on On Saratoga row of houses arc on Mill fire but tin it lew under control lined fa BO i ex Me to get any detail J here last residence I if le and loss is or prevails that -A firc in A- shop un 1 and damaging forest firt f the Song 1 hre and a large I spread to farih r -A an from criden Baltimore alias wl tlie mone lir t with the fun murdered ning to Frenchman York fo on over an the Hide AW111 IU gilt i true Of t I the San Franc quacks BOf the Mmd In the dally and weekly other place i are too lazy to at their news leper ce office keepers etc The only in to make Inquiry It trill ind may save you many ui itti physicians hi c at erf In no safety in trusting t ly of ow who what Dr people 1 opa who may I to trvitt that lie pro 623 Kearney in Box 567 PUT BOX OX nm will please Inform I hit advertisement in the P Jir Ml fl f M Ward Ii to i care of freight IK a bridge u A ts to etc shall roads w ore FOB fc 4 DEN en trial on to r in by Mt Sore Ban l Syphilitic OJ all df V from facts believe th are the same Jle other bold I to be BOOM W of II from bj or I the blood purr if lesor two lor that the 3 making I It a plan to destroy the The chief sou die schools is j the whole number by establishing t Catholic cli in somn districts i and the per mil Mi l K ce ill w of ud Urinary or O pet i GOLDEN nd tor tory tha nd 11 dUH Oo bottles lot and IKO from nu ft co ror Clay k i Cal t-r i X r OOMS rk and J A I ill 11 s FA I MM c hisses in convicted wr The Attorney B that instructions had to the prosecutions i except m cry the to remove the States had all the principal T logo to Kansas to con- portion of the tribe ii selection of the that three or four be taken allc with the Father r will bavo another council m about eight days when ii the lic Commissioners of U the s did in a port IK CABLE tke war the in I Madrid M July i and a ol Malaga ity to tlie ul Ion es From i t a i a lied con n tut of onus rday crops western nnd rland visited causing damage to July Orangemen of Ar- i made lioner Hie visit of n of from There was no disorder has re- it regards as worthy that instructions have been from in to its in e to lor a of throughout the republic to he carried into during the coming recess of Uic Assembly vigilance on the part of local authorities is dered and a contact of the soldiery with for- eigners is Pi AM Ban Juy at in- during the night three ladies iu the cell constantly and a triple guard at the about 10 0 clock was taken from the cell in the lower corridor to one adjoining the scaffold on the second corridor und was attended by spiritual advisers and tlie three friends above lie the witli but laboring under much nervous excitement He a nicut to speak to two members of the and suid he would have uy statement to make on scaffold hut had left one with Dr to he given to the public after liis death He then went lo clow the scaffold the I k M a large crowd in front of the jail and many HIM on the of buildings around the jail and no of weing any part of the proceedings yet there they in the hot sun to tin ground At 12 o'clock the corridor of the jail was crowded The deputies fixed the fatal trap and all was in readiness Douglas came with a note to the Sheriff The Sheriff read it and retired to the office of tho jail a long consultation The fatal ur I o'clock 1 had arrived still the Sheriff did not At live 1 o'clock Chief Jailor ol MeKenzie came to the and of till 2 o'clock M Several voico in crowd loudly thank and was a murmur of all around ll is understood that Sheriff- Adams will delay the execution till the verv hoping lo hear from Governor Booth who is bold to a tho Summit or July was ed at 2 o'clock M He made no statement Hie died without a SAX July was ted at 25 minutes past 2 M lie ascended the scaffold with a linn step by Sheriff Adams and followed by Rev Mr and Mr Williams The con- man on the glanced a moment with his huge dark eyes at the crowd up at skv through the lights of tlic corridor and nt the beam above his head Dr Carpenter asked if the statement given to him was true lie replied It is true so help me smiled when the pinioning his arms and legs carefully leet so as to tate their work aided all in uis to adjust the fatal noose He was ture of hearing the warrant When the k uap was over his face lie eil toward and The ter tfic cap partially off his bice when RusaJcll lipa and find you The signal then given the spring touched and Charles A Kussell was no more He died with a struggle Kev Mr Now they have done this to him they can do no more Sheriff Adams the clergymen and ers on the were affected to tears sell wive to Mr a full histon- of Ins life which the recipient will place hLs character in ft better light before tike public Tlie trial of Copt F cif the ship on a charge of having withheld able from sailor S Neilson was held day The jury could not agree On the for cruelly beating and ing the same the jury acquitted him The last will uf James Kelly was tiled to-day for It that being dangerously ill from May 2 1878 in the mine Cold Hill his will all liis to his Mary Bane and Deianey New York The reported of the steamship line to Honolulu is denied at The funeral of will take place morrow from the and hain ex- penses will be by and Mrs Moore ladies Were jit the juil at time of the execution SiN July County met und adopted ft the of which may lie stated a-s follows national all its for- eign and domestic policy favor uniformity of taxation and without favoring any capitalists or large lauded tors to the cession ol any of tout Island the railroad favor a of water front of the city by which all advantages may lie secured for trade and commerce makefile city front to all companies thai s of fare and freight on to controlled the legislature on a general fonii favor a repeal of the live JUT law solar at it favor legislation and a modification of lo prevent further influx of or oilier ple who cannot or will The a ail to pledge selves in writing to the All candidates to hold themselves unpledged oti Platform also the districting nf the and Assembly on a fair of the voting population the firm of mi- il in the i the The Itii hard were volci down After the of the platform the ovi r fifty of dates for Assembly whom were and on file aller vv lin h the The only of by the ice was Mary ig 1 ma o 1 c Mini I here lire this evening on street fl I lie was only UK f Interior Hrvi July Ah ut k st M ning l luck carousing iu the He 1 f J to shout ind ordered him tij upon which turned and ICM ing a pistol at lark tiled The i four above lo oi the navel down ind above the Some ho his recovery is given of under is talk of him SWM Cut MI b two this afternoon Yce e- take Da July y T The Mi the Western this aft 1.1 utv Sheriff of id Myers Tin I an im Aiding in in brother that Hu brother's nearly ing she Ii wen He when alleges tl the rim The oft Went hi in arrive da others i and fin kef of and When she 1 her less At li n ii it all tin he Mas mil pot is is county ar shade July i v w and Paradise vali lay iu iaph ju 4 A lo III Ilie high as Hi Di Sapa on by J.'i ate of the 1 ity ll lilting of I ged Ins th ol and nn it licr the sion that Hut drug for a vile and not hi him e of the commission cr the of The to ket Tin t larpe th juin Many i heir wool to York nnd to wll at the present low for u advance in the in July savs t tl at r T t was show -e Ford Ii of ling in the ist who Silver looking The int s-1 le nil the inst i befi that acted the two -4 mal and soldiers bur brilliant imw M ID IHO July ity Idaho remarkably i Intc that the mines ell tcr antic enrich t to To THE EDITOR OF ms The great and let this bos tire 1 etern herald it W of tl or to interests of in which h of the On the with the ter t the su I when a notice which were n of ft Co a i itig Home i i Afte IV ir IIIM to dev erto t-l f ulu re I great I expect Wits Ol was 11 what I crn K I thlt Wall ic attention 1 Ui of July ins lly at last rinal and longi throughout the ether adverse to the b many most interest few Arsons seeking longer remains a pn I d are king of thb for a long period nd enlisted the inter st tire people of this Territory month a en to eon of cr id We have locat xl on Go Bay ifl ix I who hud dy for the t ation at th remember ic d oi f natural re beyond off t the d evi UK report of some means f city on lie her 1 been lie Kail rim raised and nut by way h the rich am course of coi to and I'm with male prop the pi i day t I if fix not ii inchi main stean ocean ing i of tin of I hi ing agii and mark great tory rinik line als to run and x-e been to si ecu so active in securi of the place more ly lis county and city Ii ul sum in lands at taking a That tli attributable to the f: Seattle was I to make y Ct lls all thri and i u meeting was ing at ma Seattle lie as a c tl is and tl Tl through t n stated wh it bail tlu I bad been that was ic that donation h of and iy from the N 1 Ii the on and absurd A pi V the to ta Sort and add to it all a fn f the Yakima valley connect with the txi from that y a he ilic thus ul ii di to the Tl ion was una and KTl Seal tie i o the utmost thU id highly enterprise On K was held in t u by those were principally i I in meas ire to the i o I fix the of capital suH k et mi nut that d at it int of the Its lie t Ie nnd Walla kValla Trai n Company and its object shall ly to build a load over the rail diverging t also to or pun hi upon waters of to ply the We neglect wl lo slate I hat at previous sking that all lands n I N 1 K K from from i h as a great of lands valuable in Territory im hi hin their fields n tural and is in i owing to the u from t ire o settktr- to the entire of the Ter nd the Villis 1 Mike to Jinn I ofthe Interior nt very ami mis were ami xl that tl fail also in matter petitions and signed sei lire a ti I widely immediate i ni will l of C tin of the t to and I SMI Ii are lavi for mai at in initialing in i lit the i tl ie i I from for all tin e Should the AMI I which should attend it if of and r are promoters and fun can lie no shadow of a triumph of Utility of K e iif the ultimate vill a mo Tl than the stunt brisk locat turn of fact ly e at le Tl lav i condition The ion purchased from worth of and has a On its can be found from almost every 11 w the only library i Territory has a lived i nd salaried Librarian t fa hire an t lumber in with Ali At i lo I On wl I I ly ll chiMer is writ Mr 1 It tlie U tin in the cull trr A arc r i t ma ids proved his ton I w Iin of i fortu r v ALIVE ASP WELL w lisa on the Hound None oi arc leaving here Several oi without which any place leaving but none yf the men are closing up here trade not Ic had favored with t wit noil securing great deciders re aw a sense of but to a ht and strength and lo t Unit Town ilia an MH H oi S t- tc u ih d the mother mortal r and und 1 CENTS t f tlic Ma Pomeroy hit upon a a fen e im- artifice hen to fur the to He and 1 and of the other ilay Mr ingeniously he accepted hv not yet openly his intention of candidate but he to bo willing to it President late Vork off in the fall and thinks i nays its are that bitter tone of tlie him al A id ll own action win tc vindication and I defeat eve 1 thw work ofj d it tb be in tlie Held locating the ro the lint of August last Tuc int with nine passengers arid tons She will load for i Eureka arrived on tl She will M out probably sail Fra i send nu the ships t bar i lid j the 13th tltc sail and uti the 17th le on id the the i In the Va an been publish of the father of the City and a Wi ily is en- ned home in this whole vet all the facts ling on learning the news of lir which is now the great section of in the the Oscar called Dr ne ago it is he and the account giv -I and in generally what they were be entitled ti 1 went West but returned making re by oil mother In he I s a from I oilier ght nt ex brother and and lired again giving Ill tl were out of brothers e j nent very man a l ille is very badly cut und injured king party with tin il is tlie I ng id l He T ly po the following s ey he mi he a lid nd null h Jnore ef ipet rch held an interesting cai Linn county lust was in attendance length by about y th iu attempting land Nk the left produc of hai the f We date September 16 1797 is been carefully used and ired yet of years of of pri lic of relic Dr Main am now oji one mile w with a goot coal is BUI wot a lati t Vail h Nig ing of sent than ai ever excellent next week condition Masonic in its leaves and its quoin land up it to be long writing to the ling a 111 e vein of anthracite coa t of and three of [a mile frbw the river wagon ii mil already in line Tit blacksmithing it bavin it few by rior for t men the ct 0111 sections oE the that the rain by jbe late rains jtr Ve guess the ameter of coal ago ing forwar I a A Mari ago tinder was steep m fit ii it o when one the ion co kn Harvert Many cut ar few fields have sail c crop are b wn T he h ay a IK will iu Car of gram aKr the hay harvest Tlic pro in tlie Sir cut C fend weather i n alii beloW alU di vs K argument to The Mr Chad il Court is h ai fill for the coi is a res nty hai tlie a ball in the id and them an if lent of Silvi nn arm broken i wing c team ami tad the hoi e 1 Mi attempted breaking hi er and renie Cohn were the ief andall the cann refi -s to ip And i bo of flic Court med and IU cent on weil vs u ir to-morrow from he Court Tlie of t milch to the co be Court and bar ary where the rum 1 tilted p in a very neat and t June floor bo bus evincing the of Jn has library On the Court is manifested the 1 he up in ttf rooms h style and which hi on of i ami tucker twenty y lid th priK all nd by the ape The apartments also fitted to 1 died at t I John wa I fiat the Ni lie lit lie that thi I fr for the U to the Mlite as held n i o nu lawyers ni il in Millers u t 1 a dry or ong with a lauks for the re of in best he hart y pioneer who b id s ke Inn l Those uho hii and who -i mi th 101 ntx could ore their st they were e yay the tiii 11 IU r so ta TO a ere t a neat f tl 1C laic Finn about a year the should ij icing the er coast i- ifn id at plat i in ie n ly and i u d i i rr n It re the this Wll his pLuc my lint sucl feel il a so und I I Im- printer and will re i I.e us suitably d h is nothing to It is proposal lurl to to 1 of to tins ic same Vill id Th ark run i a f inp titu t ing three or rt her in iv I ting wec aken ut Th i tz lexl of Owyhee are now wtte to go fo TV foil Junta Mont unt R soli ait Arj the simu won dies year 55 sc in various studies in tlie him b i en c dable and fully sufficient to as 4 olor Vi the pes for the future ad HCh Ol ipt made to rob the stage on the ast in Canyon Idaho near ace known as Roost The made from both sides of the usly t ie discharging the coach tlic discharge only the driver Charles in the K brave man notwithstanding his ed hi i whip to the and and treasure but Mr tly died of his injuries run sat a i to i last tv n erto t git H At vim tf tl hart ul ter iu is have wat r F lafl tabl tii of d make fortunes in in at fancy prices wing t have been elected and i Encampment Xo 2 T for the ensuing C A Huntington J C E J K C of H J T Elta C O G at the Yonng ary nt Olympia Hie Unt during the i oa ind nidi ai Jt of I's many at ban iv at few of t ne nnd perhaps t work in the church to with ta pr and is a f r left h v heat in cd all inl it- t in kij knl by i a ut rn mid manner in which the the opening of the rohd 1 thorn point 1 article and thai end in the of her lin an in Kt hv oi L-t all ier In Annie Hean w would bo thousan of ai res Our citizens in th ul their in advancing due Iron by the engineers in by of tlic load the ol the a the o tunneling would lie on a charge tried at Till toki Ity and f of Albany jn thrown a i which cn and at Till of and ing the and run one oi mill fun ll let ro to be found We refer to tht very of the id were but of with a and the road u ill and rich heii iron ore remote wil l be this wonderfull w Then take n is it has sonic n Bidder lo get fhe caj of of fact thai horter than the i river that i nearer th ing a of contenti over its who attended the dance i week leani th cry The I ufl etc and t AJ came home plea i- of the N 1 U by ls uj emptying t From ti rora the olf ing und hopeful know What hie ion if not affray took evening and Wright in I if not o could not learn inon lban had two pasture one has been has been found a who WOM drunk went to was an it c A quarrel and returned and after John of drew -a pistol and dis ts into wf Wright his O round right was afterwards found to be lodged Terry was immediately ml taken to Wright is in an condition and not strong toni M- book brary was months ago and is now in a at in to bo I of Kiu in improving iU a lie votes i iJ of Idaho bos 900 in his herd of cattle f Mr n ime is certainly proper hax She by Lincoln on who lias returned to Idaho in the Boise of any former year the r grain linp him to think that a On id Anthony has ordered f clian of i uu niters of the iu ishin rton Oregon in w tli the resolution passed by many he Kansas The election occ think ought to Ix ably Pomeroy woi i Among the from Kansas Kalloch editor o man S house a young H R well known all over bed Tucson Arizona on the 13th a the line from to Tucson miles long It is to be the Inle cold spring water for basin will last about s longer than usual Old claims ue cement underlying old si large the b than ig con that it wait for better rk imam over before the owners of make rich ones The of the tonu ya of says H X in one of the most for- era sp and lost all his alight on his feet once more and i from the of his of land These acres were scarcely ig s until a few days ago s mad the railroad nee w lien Stecle lias been i h are c that the field at all net be entirely to n bn m ou ii tin cl orm ie cor of was sh a Mrs nl of K lain to fly schi at Ii Unu Th was to death by H wild bull in vi i i blind man is lecturing s the of nun Kj Kill ai Kbl ri si rate lying streaks i noticed from tune to time now are to m vest u c t ring 1 n I lit 7 It nil n ai C Ii I -s ill 1 1 s coast preached there is in I will in on Med that he will an vc epis there so the upon building a c at once the contoi n church and BEli Port I i fun CHiN t lut ul it Tim at 4 tin at f n 1 O il are pushing in with or keep him bach G leading Congregational di- re to be sprinkled with salt toria lust week has in lining and d lily on San Juan r for a week the f Victoria in Victoria harbor are found and of Kate the matter E or mt I m mail urn VIA ut s at fi u in h on R K ru t diuK ut m and Forest 1 p m loses HI 7 m Oregon t Helens at ul a in nl Mou U Coffin iT Oak Point J ut p in that he box won to a number who at he time of i ie a York revelation were silent that Mr Lowe did not latter remarks with the iriate le of We ant- anxious to learn just he w i vc market ands juat no r irs in January York re IV b- ild bring him next time for Harvey J 8 Of lor OK to the vacancy Portland July 14 IT is xo FICTION ic Into Apeak of thi of and the t J at 1873 at 7 of by J G tolr mch t proper A ol the f of the Committee ii C W ifat Cherry cured ind it not heel x mot i lot but thiK cure which hi s had an le People who and who don't use i uwi thing Wlo p T K el or fee be Do Co MIA tMt my of Fii cud tOM n In EVERY VART TV of Ho t Driving Retail an J CONGT 73 I OF S OtE AGENT FOR ber rt ii with f added attended te Manuf and SANTA HARNESS Hill's I br Mk ton of 3 of without pn to order Account of all i td Hail ny or 93 front Front ami unit TO u in Ch Thu 0 p I 41 111 aim At 7 m u r ni at p m K arrives Monday t HI u in leaves arrives each Friday Heads Funeral Invoices ping AN OiT IDHE of lUje IRON WORKS i held at the oa a of July nt 10 o'clock J H SPAH ROW 8 Portland 14 T th x M
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