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   Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - November 25, 1869, Portland, Oregon                               PORTLAND, OREGON: TIFURSDAY MORNING, NOYKMI.KR 1869. NO. 251. SHKKT IRON, UALVANIZKD BIIEKT IRON. ZINC, Brulon- uid r, Lmi, and UR Hi.d Iriu Knbtwr Udoe niul Ooiiuoctlouii, Uydmullc Pipe, uzile. .ud MirehliiM ud Mat.- complete assortment of HUUMI Pnrulahlng ImportlUj; owr good- principally Direct from Baat, ubles lu to ofiuj iuducemutiu to wound 14) uo ther Botuo on ttla coast. Agent. TILTON A McJAni.ANB'8 SArBH. knd tile KXOKI.SIOH tUROK POMPS forMuu- fon: aud Afiuent1 oafi. j So. Vroot SCro.t, I I I n 8 H Block. Janld3ptr Portland, Oregen. WASHINGTON IFB IIIJRANCE COMPANY CO., to A M 4 U IMfOUTERS AND DKALKR8 TOVES, FURNACES AND RANGES, dAtSVUcubUn VingJit B. WILSON, _ KaaVji.v.1z Sf luillt I KTFICIHNT MKDICAI, Jiim tii im Fuuriii DR. BLOAN. OF1 NE-W VORIt. MlllO. ash Assets, SECUBELY INVESTED. ft t u issued in COMPANY POSSBB8ES A OOJIB1N fttttarea no otber .lh luu bmn etadr, lt> of babtldMa la prf-emfncnlly adapted beiuJU Ote holders Policies HI'KENNEY A UNDERMAM. enernl'Agonta, Jal 8an Dlrvaily opposite Ocoldeatal Hotel. FOB pREQON AND TERRIIDKIES iaokamitlui' Miners' and BLANK BOOKS OMPSON. Bolectl Estate Agent, PARKER. XA., TEll Town Sold tARR, MERCHANT, iTttKBT, SDtNO. I ONITgB SW1 STKKHT, BRITISH COLUMBIA A Saw mill., doarta mill and machinery mad0 Ui ord PRICK. IYSTERS. NOTII'IKD THAT WK HA the ol oar ith PORTLAND DRAY AN at ttt and T1JL.TOIV, Savings j. FT FIST NATIONAL BANK OF PORTLAND SAVINGS DEPARTMENT! IRXTISH COLUMBIA by Hoyml ObuUl. HniTIIH CAM VRAKCIIOO anl 1 A.OEIVOIK8, CANADA.BOOTLAltD4 IRm.Ufp. DRAFTSlosaw: on all the Braoohea and Agendea) roTMl bill. or collectod. Interoit alloweo! On epoalla. Cutlet v, REAPERS, MOWERS, THRESHERS, Ann AaanniuraBai. Ko. 11O Corner Front and flta. 1TLANS. dtf J. M. OREGON ANON. W. COMMISSION BnTIfffll ANP DIBEOT ASD FOR f Order, and Ooluugnmenti .elicited. General Bate of Oommuuion, 5 Alao, Oomtnlarfoner of Deed, for Orejron. Relorence, Megan. MoOB'KKN, t oa Portland, Orchil. apHOdtf NEW MEDICAL WORK. 'THE PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE roE rm Debilitated Nervoiu PBOF1S8BOR8 Of 1HB AMATOH1IOAL Montcuinery ueu.rOulffuri.lt., publiahod four of their most tant loatrotivn Iwtnrw in K neat for lio catiDot at J lactnrea doUrurml ut lha Idiuaouio Tetj UoDnurtwl ami Marriud mau uliould impoclajit for tbu Kuud of lii and offspnag. By tbe Secretary of tlie Anatomical Museum O eiicloolng 26 ocuta la tfe, Book will bo forwarded U, aujtmrt o6-JEholp A N KITRAOKDINARV BOOKl BXTBAORDINA J% rj1 thocbildren fiom tbelra of diphtheria. Rod cholera Infkntnin fi HOUSE WK MVK IN. HOW TO KKK1' IT IN Oft UKB.." By DM H and 8. Bft.lR'Wirk Thin nlmarka- blo work is tho rwiull ul uvnr ofvunty In tlm praclu-n me ftnil miigtry, ami in nil n compMe fiwnfly pliy.-'rlaii. The trentn.B.it g fgr DlPHTIlKliLA. 8CAKLBT KBVKR ClljOL INKANTUM ta uow tt. tlic POSITIVKIiYlOBKTAIN CUHK for tli.mr) fURbftful .Itn certlflo.1 to Iw mrh liy umuy iirmutnvnt utty wftmrc U ve bceti wbcro tho rvmedio J LAWf A CXt n St., Kniitilm NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE ND, OKKUO-N. TllK HIOI1 AND WELL K3TABL1HHKD RBl'UTA UOD of tbU Inatittitlon ban attn.ct.Ml PalruiUAim Puplla from nit parti uf tlie North Pacific coaal. Day contioua without and adiiiitteil nliy day in Uw KVBNINU 8K88JON8 open October 4th. ofnUTrtf LAUDKS SB A TV m rOHTI.AND, OUBGON feKPOSlTM KKCKI Veil AND AIXXHINTK KKPT f .uttjtxji Cbock or Draft. allo.iJ on TIMB IIRI'OSITS KUHT MJN1W .1, One Dollar and up- from Dale or Uepoalt. MONKV I.OANKU BUNDS, .vruCKK uml v.ilmtl.Uui iix-.ilvpd an beeping. IN VKSTMKNTS lu HoAl K.tula and yllw rty mada fur jiartteti. SIGHT and Telegraphic Kxehange tin Ml Kruuclsttj uua ALInuUc Hlute. for .ale. OOVttRN MES T SKCIR1TIB8 bought .Id. AGBRT8 for tlie traii.ocllon ol all Muib of utta tinvlng Htiiitt] su ce oT dnpoHIt, ninplo n I1U18 HANK him -l-MMied In ooimratkm wllb KWifnil liniikiiiK bllHhitMH a DfcPAUT- and oulu Uepo.lt. made In vurdnrx-e Ulth tile condlllunn by till. Dauk. In efltulillHtlluK H UKPAUTUEHT tlila Bankldg tinvlng .mitt] to loan, [irovldlng a and fid r rlkte oT ililorejt, and luu> uoe Idto capital. For luu of iJepoeitii in tula tiaok, are pltNlged UA y ofltn lllroolur. u by'saf" mi 12 uf the UlnUomU Curroucy Act, apprused Juno 3d asrwiter'iBWclirity than tliaL giron bj ordinary Bav- Bunk.. IVInted coj.le. of the condition, uiwn wbiali are may Iwi'liad upon application trftbe UKN11V K AI LI NO, PronidentJ JAMK8 BTKKL. Ciuhlor. I Director, i SUET FAILING, HKNRY W. OOBBE1T, n. WAKUKllBLD, JAHKn STKKL. Portland, Otjolier 8tli, dtf k BOATS OP TUB OOMPANT WILt 2 Porlland a. follow.: OH (Btllidaya at I o'clock A H. VOIL UR1ATIJL.L.A ANX> ty, WtdLoBday and rrlduy ut 5 A M BOATS POlt In whou biiilltiww offora. J. C. AIR8WORTH, aWef Proa't P. N Co. 'aid op Capital o A" >A8T INDIA LHAJIBH- HAU BTEBET. LONDON. WILL WASHINGTOH C STttKKT IVRAftF for MONTIOELLO AMD FREEPORT )n Thonday and Saturday, At S o'clook A. M. leare Montlcello at I o'clock I. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. On MONDAYS and TCBSDAV8 will run lug Columbia Tar aide of tba I.laod, toucblnrat ttUINHI'8 LANDING. I.KWI8 EIVBK; abo, LANDINGS. For Prelght or Paaaeure applj on board. Portland, NoTombor 2, ISaB. olMlm BPOKTSHXH'S KMPOEltTM Gnns, PistOlS, FISHING TACKLE BTRWHT, Portland. April 10 1867 :IRE'ANO MARINE INSURANCE. Company NJ: tBcb, 1 Jos. 416 ojltf 418 OAI.IFOBNIA ST. 1NDIVIDDALLY LIABLB. DKPOBIT IR OIIEOON, tOO.OUO. and Paid in Gold Coin. THIB COMPANY HAVINQ OOMPLIED the lw> oflOfegon, uj moklag ft of WAy rhoaaaud Dollnrq. la now prepared to effect luBaraoW walut LOfiB OU DAMAGK BY VI KK, and alio again. I iIAllINB AND INLAND NAVIGATION KISKS Kn iberal toruiB TODCHAaD. Projldont, CHAPLE8 MAVBN, Bocrrtory General Agtocy for Oregon and W-'- FIK8T NA-I'IOIVAL, BANK. K. D. B ACKBN8TO8, Special Agent, 03 Front Street Portland, BeploPVtar 22, 1869. o22d R. PITTOCK, U. B NORTH FRONT 8TRBB7I, OppcnflM> Luwer SUanuhlp Landing Corater First and IHorrlaon Wboloaole and Retail uuuinfactnror of Sugar, Boitoa aj.d Cod. PILOT BRBaAD, PIKS, CAKHB, 4Vo I and oil kind, of STEAMBOAT AND SHIP STORES FESli, fSUI'fS, VKSKTAULKS, Broad aud IStorea to ally part of Order. fVoui a dlfltancu corohilljr filled and heroafter wtilbecoudaotedSTEIOtrL' I EAGLE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE 1 SECOND ST.. bet. Alder H4r.riabi> ORKOON, J MANurAtTUBaas or Mar i lie, Stationary and Portapl ENGINES QUARTZ MILLS AND MINING MACHIHERV; 2 LBfi. BKWSTNK IN fiO Ho b WMhlnatoBBtroet. MACIIINKKV, A.MI IKON AND CABTINOH JW DiipllRaiaH bf MuWer anJ Rcupor rou MrAKTUUK. ItACoN. FKAZ.KR U< THE AUTOMATIC CLOTHES WASHER AND BOILER DISPKNSKB WITH I.AHOtl, WKAK AND TKJA Mid work .'ilwlimlly in fruin twenty ihhty without tho clolhwi T.iuj t.o neon in tin Mo. 177 JTROKT STHKICT. whiTti Hi) iiifiTiiitttion mo be AUTCWAT1C WASHER AND BOILER CO. A. C. KIP1.KY. Agrinl fur OruKi'Uf Wuhlntiton and Idalio Torritori Change of Time. UNTIL FimrilKK NdTICK. TJIK EOPLE'S TRANSPORTATION CO.'S ALERT OR SENATOR ILL LKAVKTHK OOMl'AN V'H I-OKTLAND, KVKKY AT 6 H IIUK'K, CORVALLIS DAYTON, ON ONDAT, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY of each weok. HKAL8 urovxlod for u LBHTat Firry OKNTS. board nf gtuamut A. A. McCULLY, President. Anguat B. IStiO ftuIUltf REGON STEAM NAVIGATION CD'S t STIi. WM. BECK, JMPOHTER AND DEALER TN 7TKK ARMS OF every hHlon. Tackle nnd rn.no? Uooda. to-, bflM to lulUui the public Unit he hna Jnst new ftoek ot ffOOdfl direct from New Jfork, ojmiirUlnfl eod Rukettl, Baad Jewolry and Beads bf all kiD4a, La- lex1 TrftvollDg and Work Baakabs, JEUblo' Corringei. tree Mid fimr wbeolfli (alw a QUA luportment ot Bin) Eoita, Hooka and of all kiDdu IBO tho following new atylc Kaffle. Srattb 'taMoa'm, Sharp My Friead, Natloftal, C.uliea'Oomf Huaoc, AHon'i.. Maratoo'0. i( eighteen BbooUrg, mid cumulate stock olSporb- Of Apparattu. Ageat for Wfaoelor A Will g Machlnen. Machines tho country proroptlj filled. no Macbl Ordara ft d and wai ed F unllyBew- Juuldtf AURIST, THROAT AND LUNC and KKAK9BY STRKBT, aAN FRANCIflOO, GAL. From Hoii. A. Dftimber TO WHOM IT MAY boon offerer from Ostarrb a Affection -----tore than seren and baring ,found great roll of tbmlttlug myself to Dr. Atom's treatmeQt fora few onlT. 1 plauure lu Dr. A born aad for lucnl aapli tiu air [laoaagtM, and nhinii'l n I who alHIated lu UIOBO parts (D oLuriaL tlmt Uiey may find ijiitck and [xirtuaiiont rollot Vory truly, JAMfB A. JOI1N0ON. IU C-. nltJdtwlf inounrnei H. W. CORBETT CO. Daiuas j AMERICAN AND ENGLISH H AJEUD W A.IX.E, Front Wt., Cornoir of Oali By Overland KAKTH.KN OATTKB TO U b t half werr pr lOVKRIIIkCit '4 1. Attempted L.Ki.6 BtTlO.llr.. Four HCOTT, Ncv '11. A'large ruiuiber nf uirij tbe of   induoe Ibu Imiiai.r lo part with (heir tbe roitnoil thud far faror any corporation, but da claree tbo Cbe.ru.Leo tiiiti..i. will .mild and roud through their ccmnlry Itrom ncrib lu rmbwlj'B fnarral. HUM-ON, Nuv 22 A I n m M-tin {i Uio rfl ITPHU adopted ttie meuiori t ut Itoorgo 'eabod v. A DOIT mltteti WIIP nppfnulcd lo co porato'wtlh tbe tr of tin- In-liluU M, JJang'T 'I ban soopted an to funeral eur TKEKTON, NOT. ipopial from St. I'uul o the tilobe aaytfllmalteneoujly with the expul- IOQ uf Governor MoDoagi.il, aBtjthir bond of French Iniiurgenti took posseaaion Of Fort Harry without obotruotioa. Tbe fort ie uoW occupied by -ov.aional UoTeroor John Governor o Lavish ,0 dangerously ill. The, Hudson llay )0mpany do not organise to support MoDooguJl. Biters of the 6th inflt. report all quiet. Six ban in en are swore to resist the Ga.aa.dluo author lea, nod calling tbcOJBelrea Liborktort. They in armfl. Ld tiers from Koj-l represooL bat the arc bar ing the jupport of the scotch and Kngliah settlors in a greater degree ban wae ezpcolod. Tbe Amorlcan reHidents are eprasonted nBntriil. OovettiorJMcDoDgB.il it ill at Fambina. Pruronchie u said to be In fa- or of returning to Canada to (be Govcr or will not consent. BpaDlm fiunboftU to NEW YOHH, Stalei Uisiriot Utoroey PittrroponL received y ester .ay to proceed against tbe Hpanish oow Imoflt read; to for a breach oTJ.be neutrality nwe. Libels will be filed to day ofad an order f the District Court obtained fof Ihpir aeiitire un be grounds as staled preferred bj the Govern It will bfl alleged that the; intended o be used by a foreign Htate (Hpo-tni to orntae aniS ommit bofltilitiea agtilnfit the oitizsija nod proper- y of tbe colony or people of with whlab tie United Slatel are at peace. Thp being urged the legal representatives of (Lhfli CliiverDmeDt loder tbe direction of the admtoiBtraLioo, ii fitly ailed yuan recognition of tbe Cdbaftfl UB bclliger ntfl. It lies embodied In the that for the lorpoBes of neutrality the laws uf Spaic and peo- ile uf Cuba are two distinct oomiaunitittj. Neither onst trample on tho rights of the other while en- oylng tho hospitality of the Untie j States. The ground, of their aeiture, hdwerer, IB that bey are intended to be used against a foreign State with whom the United j> at peace, lo rit tbo Republic of Peru. A reoeinl demand by .he fipftnuh Minister for tboir release waa refused ITIgllnnee Committee! at! Onukhft. CBIOAOO, Soy. Omfjhd Bpealal Bays he Vigil an oo Committee yeBtnrdiy-gsv! tbe gnm- tlers six hoars to leave, whioh they did immedi- ately. Tho at Promoptpry also drove ut all thieves and gam bl ere front (hat place, on Junday. CHICAGO, NOT. planing waa burned ost night. Loaa, A meeting of poainoas men metl lust erven log for he purpose of taking measures Jo hare Chicago aade an original port of entry. Senator Tram- mil and Jadah iveroi prpeo.nl and zpreaaed tho optnlon that would do uetioe in the matter. A oommitteorwas appointed o prepare statlstlca showing fcmount of for- eign to Chicago and drift a memorial o Oongren, uklng the neceflsart A mooting of ottlnrng tp tbe continu- ance of corporal pnnUKmeot in the (public BOhooln, waa held last evening. No action iwu taken ex- cept to eipraaa opinions adverse M corporal puc- ahment in achoola. James O'Donoell, a married man. aged 51, fell "rom the otoop of a hooae, aDd broke hifl nook. T YORK, Nor. oomWittot appointed >y the MethodlBt General Oonferioce, to examine the alleged defoloatlong in tbe re- tort that th0re boatmen no Berfooit Ibga (hroagh the itrrchase by middle men, bat thejrq been kerl- IB loss by bad, InanagemeDt In i tbe book depart ieot- They approTe the genera] of .be book concern. Qovernment officials yeaterday'BbUad oeverai il- licit distilleries at Brooklyn. It is repotted that throe Span Ufa gun boa IB ei- YiHtK, Nov. 24.- Since tbe lib of July welvo hundred men hart ealUted In ibc Oobafi army. army U ooofttlent of i-Dd u wijiLDg to submit U> all the hard0b.pt In- cident to UJD war. They ore in need ol armi aod .tnmunitipQ. .Nov. Tbe city is foil of tmi.gera )U tbe HatioDai Women's Con- en tion, b loh meett bore Lo-morrow. MAD? rominen( RlgbtJi advooatet are preaonl od ta IlvcQy time if antioipated between Looy tone nod, idias Antbofty, cad their ad- Crents, 15 regard to national organisation, that it completed .n Turk ut spring, and tbe former denyioff It. A large number of edttqn are here to attend Mting of tihe Western Pteii AwocUtion ow. UTICA, EN. Y.. Nov. 2i jury to-day n- rned a rerdiot of to favor of arman T. Smith, Injured   by a olHslon oif tralni OD the Central lUilroad. Bmltb 'as an eajgioeor in tbe employ of the rmQroad ampany. NKW Yens, Nov. tThere If no trutt In the umor of (be eaoapc of three Spmiab gonboaU. It li said that Lem-w, tbe Cab.ui Envoy baJ made an affidavit In relation to tht of the Hornet with a view of seep ring bet relaaw, NEW Yont. Nov. Gen. Bailor gere ball o-day in tbe Bum of upon a charge of dlss Flortnoo of appropriating tho Twig DETKOCT, .Nov. convention In in- oreat of (he Northern Paoiflc A Miehixao Shore .iue wai held ibont sixty including aonu from ;on, wero preaenl. Driggi pree.d- xl. A rqport wu read, showing raeonroei if Northern Mioblgari, and tpeeobet were made. The ouQVDQtlon adjourned till to morrow. BY CABLE. Nor. U now ab.oluteJy oar Uin that African traroler, LtrlngBtoDO, Vi Thio Duke of oaped yeatarday. Kleven poraons t POHTLASD, OKKOOB. O BOOKS I'KHBUNH N A BUOHTKllSyBTKM, RBOEIVKII. wnntlng BOOKS or INSTBUtTTilON In K AND BUaiNESB PKNMANmilF. will (.Ifiu NuUuual BnaiDMB College, or adilmati tlui iKii IMPROVED SCHOOL DESKS EAMKIN PATKNT. OKDKKS PILJJHD DKH County, Dlntiiol, or Siugl.- Hcliool Tx All Lavtltft liiutli- rtuld JoHlu or ihi'in, rx  DiBlr'tct BChiK.la. will tall nod i, for the without delay TlltvMt Donkd, benidtii) tiK .illior atl vim euiiy ivtUuiut luiifnitiff coiiiitili-i! ilht-r. For CiriulorB a Jill.sun W U BIIAW, KJE1V1OV JOHN O'NEIL. HAB REMOVED HI.S PLACE OF WtuhlngUm xtntut U. No. OS FIRST ST lifltwoen Aider nnd Wivnhl nml hiu Jnnt CP- a iurgu ituil cuiiiplute stw k PALI, nml W INTt.K OOODH, cotiritriUin; af VruiK.i. Rug 1 1-1. BRUAlK.'LOTHa, HKAVKKB, UUBbK'Ni. Ac., wblch be will U hapjiy to iilntw io lib old TiUndi and thfl public MO- Prices tluittt nl.Ilm O. .A.. .A. ttosmoy A t-Xjft HM remnvnd lo now Hrlrh No. Ill Fir onjXKilta the Occidental liotul. u2 died in New .aat week ol imall-poi ODD laborer waa billed and fuqr othcra fa ojared at tho freight depot of tbo Alorris Railroad. Hoboken, lait nlgbt, bjr being twtwtwo the oars. Deputy Collector Blnlohford, o tar god with lh perpetration of gross fraadi in de part men t of the CaatomhonM.yeltlirday a verbal nuignatlon. A friend of ColleoUjr Llrin nell it. BUtohford'a U nu yet aioertained. Lock wood A, Co. have BO far Blasted their af fairs that they have aimoimoed r4ifn.pt.im of bi in a few daya. They an amioa sottlemeot yesterday with the Lfike Shorn Rail road Company. NEW YOHK, Nov. 21. A aaja Ibo fipan iah (Government ban made fonfaal demund foi thirty gunbuala now in Now YorH harbur. Washington fliewH- NKW YOUK, Nov. from ton asserts thut tbti Amurionu ID ib ]y in view of a cfintiDjjebcy thejt may arrUo li conscquenco of the action of tbo Vailed n tbo matter of the Spaimh. It is staled that Beoretary Boubwell denies hap ing taken any steps, or ercn favoring the idea u the resumption of specie payment at present, con Hi daring it Dteleafl to be troubling about ajioci pnymant until the time cornea when buoh n tnin can be feanible. The ateamaUp Lftptie bas boea dotaobed to K to Panama for the purpoeo of aaskBtinf; in the BUI Tey of tbe Darleo ship canal, 'fhu Goverutoen having eeoured a treaty giving itjaule ooQlrol 1 tlio canal, it IB detormlneiJ lo pua( the wurk wlnr will make rapid progress durmg Jtho cutuing HID ter in surveying for tbe route. i A Special laj4 tbe 1Jresident b quilu definitely lutoly lo nuver.il Bnaucial frumd coDL-erumg tho uf mid rulun: an faruriug a coctinuunrc of all prwet-nt laml with a view of enabling tbe TroadOrer to tho debt rapidly. He really WBevea, liowei ttie has oome fur relioving the great ngrit tural nod lu boring intorBBtfl frOOi many la now imposed, urnl to lighlou tlio load ni 1.1 olaaaea ID many parLiculara. Ua thioks tbenoi bo a Hhll furlber tbo pul.lic n whirh Ko u way toward ducod ruoeiplM from tuioc. lit regard lu roctun niK' upeoie payments, the Premdoljt aaid whilo hie (ic-iro to tblji ha.r, not t.cdii OTerrulc.l, he was (rt-f tliiit the WHJ- u, nocuro i-pet ly tbot it would il about by suc.1 a plan us would inake iho luffes occasunied hy il full pun-.il.le upi-n all For ibc proneuL, [LLrAp a to a pec ic payiiiotit.1 would dma.it ft-Cf, i.ti 1 lie m iiM-linod In believe ti.e Sorretury o! llic buying bL.n.ld iind nolhriK R.-ld, IL pay iii en I cmi be urn oJ much dith oultj. Pea.body Monumeal for Geutral Pnrk Naw YORK, Nov. large and eothai.iaa- Lic iiiecLing of inercbaDta and bankarc w B.F bold thla afternoon and n permanent, orgacitattion of fueled to carry out a moTeajeot 19 a 1'eaboijy inouument fund, tlie monument to Im erorted 10 Central Park. BUHTON, Nov. pnvnte OiaolitiK of A I lc Cm olwo4tj a ivtuJ Ui rernuienl will t c r fi-r Um (rmnJly Anotti W-Miifcuitp. N lur.K i. t-.M. b. rooci JB ark obwledg ado onitjiod tbe om ill prio 11 guverc farther uttioLnl Lstaura of i ffucboati They will libeled lu mor thn gronnd ibal liter are iDlocdod to be uspfii I'urn. It ii aiud i will Aim niter, will lhat Lbcy OCiprucilV Ireuty icli ted Mu. KTim A'wt. 24. J W Barry Ix-r.irc Judp-c Druih to day oc the of and and Hi. Tbeaknleton that wai found work- IOOB .diking fur e, aewar OB the lot uppoeite 1 Iluure. hftJ boon that i'f a namod Mo Key, who at one It .OM feo uiiderUeii. Kearney. BEVADA. 34 Me WtflUnrt. J H Milli tvtid J C1 Frtxnr, bare wllb 9 ar.i A Co., large tn tht HU1 Mining for the rfortion of ten ttuBp miil .u tiat wbUih wUl be ruaoiof In thirty Bl Wit I be L RiciiuQMD, oily Mtboritlw are oaking ekunitve prflparfttioiii to the National Trade, prbloh ruecLH ban OD Mr. Oele, tfa, u M Mr. .u' WM and ttri -in made lu bin, fcreard of th. ketUc tee pot w ban tlw Ottro eot whkth U trnotlen of oq u, It aj a Tbe it tkng kn troth then ln The OftBooVLUl did oQdone emmeally yeJterday, reoeUed qlegnuo (rom tbe Goveroor of Bombay i of that had juit a from dated AJiJi, 13lh. He wai in good lalth and everywhera well treated. The flhip from Bbhnghac with tea, WM UJtaJJy ooty fifty port There tm-rt been many la tba grata nade ID Lirarpool, flmu had coancotlooa. MADEID, Bishop lUrrta, rts- oently artaoted at CadU, wu btoogbi to under guard. He will hare an an noclrad of a apt aim oat o-f polHIoiL f TT thai haj Mtraotlte oarLbqa-vki In Lbe TJjc aea TOeo and won pnntratod. Tbe OH of proportj waa great. At ight wore billed, and many injorod. The lily Is tranqall. Win later ud Ileron am re-cl-vt-wl dep- LUHDOP, NOT. o-- he political aitual.oD of Prano-s, Myi: "Tbe rhScb ralwwj' of tho formation of a ulntfltry bador OMret, bare TanUhed. Km- It reaolwd tc retabt bU preaoot adrberi In iftioQ, at (east no HI the meeting of the When met> may be reqaliWd to Initiate "tna between iho OorartmeDt___ abeir vppoiDtmoDti will lollc tbe oponiog tbe Chamlxpre, w wbetbeT Iboy will reiott from ox Parlia- mentary Vote it of little The Legb- ecure, If titie to iuelf. will a faJt word on tbe It for the LegUUaore to eul.ghten loverelg-n to iu wiibM lo eon- poo far with bin and in aim, NUT, 23. Sultan protest! agmiait tlie ftotiop of the V'lcoroy of proolatmtng the DButnUty uf Saci Oanal u k trospan OD hb aovoreigdtj. How. to a resola a adopted by oaUiog for InforrDaUoi. tbe fforcrnmafil bare obllgwl to for Tbe ILIL Mine. Cope eM Hill itrto oal uf ore Iruto Cilj Hci. wblot taken froSi over tfl ibe Heiiret is i rotn pope. Mr. Heant floe to.wia.jHM, ie Uklcg to ftaa JYaaateooJ Vbtpmwli WWto" hM D wintw rpadi, U ajley. Weather aloudj accCoold, UrLatighUn, on a omatraetlbti rai mn orar tbl> tnarcLof by ffar of' frelffal train, whiob waa bdittff b) pa traok, and both log! tadlj C3W.B4. It U "H-fwad will to ampntAted; cold aad quite tarry of attow tfab; Kon Ik am i exceulrely ftw Gen, S. Tetrttory the of On4 That iMd m for the V Wvw t J pi tp CoU. Il at eordiaj nppnmJ of the tbe Dtitoa ;tor'.r V Con4.f from renttorj. life blm for jee u wbWx-bi hw ixl m.n of fln, m rrxt th. nrritpij' are .ore th.t i; V people thmt IW blm It. f '.'rt tit waj- OmixzAi Don tku rani mi If the tie "dilenr.lt. lu   day 126j I Hew Torlc and L.trcrpool New Wheat ud DUUJ Lirerpool- Wheat Vi 6d. Han Franctftco Produce HarUrt Itejond Lbe oiual local demand tuaj-kot r to part av ttlu, .who oUim la b> Union bul wko ebroDko kftU partjr, bxl dune (belt doljr, Mr. been oaja UU noe brokon ecd Uial tKay vooid to look for eome employ naonl morn that oT aeaailtDg pollrinBl record at tta oo.il, __ ___ -T Kt Socretarj Bruwnlng U a bf UH IUi noia OoniUUlLkODaJ ConTealion. WU eleoUd 1'J ibc llemocrnU. Tbe (iodonch (Canada.) saJubad lately d.-rtot' crtKJ ii atu-acllng otmiidermble atteotiou in minion. Mr PlaU, who the ic Huron or Bmoe oonoLiaa. that tbe of aolld nit tj forty feat lilat. bctlllAl then are one or two Laytsri uf Lntorlaid. The Caoooki claim that U grandest depaait of pore aalf known i LiUndon .Sainniaj >cwman book du Ih I Tory wonderful, but btw Whe At olo oper Kalei l.UdOakioboioe, fl nkn fair shipping f I 40. Harlor7--460 iks pnrala, rVOO do Ji'-r i oboioe 91. Market quiaL OuUiiie Ojruroi aod "ltw S era by the JloyUtua bunk hold to- 10. "on In Q America, aj.pd.3a (xpeoLfnlly to hij chapter OB Il fayi butury of that piaoe "ie all Teryi aad )oH a xlttfl Uf pig-ktlllDB ot... ugh u, pot a towo al tba boad ol u a fuoenj HpMob whiob a paper QI al trt. Lbe other day, by a father at of hu aaid the father, foil of emi. lion, "ibe bodj tnr w aj of mj ,ob vai a you eg ttae tn of life, with a ttoDRtituiibt. wbtoh otiphi u, Lite a bnudrod ymre Jiui miBootxluct, drunken and debaurborj i.f I be modi dlagraOeJal kind LLEC in 'he flower uf aj-t to tbe ditch bid. t-f-f. Jt jou lx.i ihu an eran, ilet .njLfccd children pt benoe A wi-it itg-tuei. f t.il-.l. ot .1] u hold m M, 1 t1. ntt.fi tillable leatcre of tbe that it, wbcr. 
                            

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