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Tlie Orejrou Telegrams.
ABRf elated Press Telegram, Feb, 14.
The sub committee on privileges and
elections were in session until a very
late hour this evening, occupied with
the examination of Alfred B. Hinman
and A. W. Shaw, Detroit, Michigan,
who had business transactions with
J. II. N. Patrick, of Omaha, Nebraska,
and who communicated with him by
telegraph in cypher for some years
past. The key to the cypher used by
thtuuis "-The Household English Dic
tionary," and by the aid of the key
the following translations of cypher
dispatches relative to the Oregon elec
toral case wero made.
Portland. Nov. 28 —W. T. Pelton,
•15 Gram mercy Park, N. Y. Certifi
cate will be issued to one Democrat.
Mut purchase the Republican electors
to recognize and act with the Demo
crat and secure the vote and prevent
trouhie. Deposit $10,000 to my credit
with Kouniz Bios., Wall street. An
swer. Signed.] II. N. PATRICK.
I fully endorse this. JAMES E E
November 30.—To YT. T. Pelton, 15
Grammercy Park, New York: Gov
ernor .ill riiht without reward. "Will
issue certificate Tuesday. This a se
citt. Republicans threaten if certifi
cate is issued to ignore Democratic
claim and (ill vacancy, thus defeat ac
tum of Governor. One elector must
be paid to recognize Democrats to se
em a majority. Have employed three
lawyeis editor of only Republican pa
per is one lawyer fee three thousand
dollar? will take $5,000 for Republi
can elector must raise money can't
make fee contingent: sail Saturday
Kelly and Bellenger will act commu
cate with Lhem must act prompt.
Poirr LAND, Dec. 2.—W. T. Pelton,
15, Grammercy Park Impossible to
convene legislature P. left here before
telegraph arrived can't draw the 8.
IVno-.it with Charles Diamond, 115
Liberty .street, to order Bush & Ladd,
Salem must have it by Monday can't
uiniei stand laughable Everett House
lor yo'u- telegram.
[Mgned] K. FOR P.
PORTLAND, Dec. 3.—W. T. Pelton.
15 Grammercy Park, N. Y.: I will be
at Gran Hotel, San Francisco.Monday
be ot Salt Lake City three days or there
abouts have to borrow money on my
individual responsibility, and trust you
can replace it.
N EW YORK, Nov. 29—To H. N.
Patrick. Portland, Oregon: No how
soon will Governor decide certificate
if you make obligation contingent on
result in March it can be done *incie
mable slightly if necessary.
N E W YORK, Dec. 1.—To H. N.
Patrick. Can't you send special mes
senger and convene Legislature by
Tuesday and elect an elector neces
sary expenses would be paid see pro
ceedings other States telegrapKed you
consult Governor and Senator. Answer.
San Francisco. Dec. 6
H. Kelly The 8 deposited as*direct
ed this morning let uo technicality
prevent winning use your discretion.
New York, Dec. 3.—To Hon. Jas. H.
Kelly: Telegraph Hemlock go ahead
you shall be reimbursed do not fail
all important advise of progress.
Salem, Oregon, Dec. 7.—To W. T.
Pelton. 15 Grammercy Park, N. Y.
Sent you deposit the 8,Charles Diamond
subject to the order of Ladd & Bush,
Salem can't get money here must
have it Wednesday. Telegraph me.
Salem. Vier will not fail. Doctrinal.
New York, Dec. 6, 1876.—To Hon.
Jas. II. Kelly: Is your matter cer
tain There must be no mistake. All
depends on you. Place no reliance on
any favorable report fiom 3. South
ward Sonetter. Answer quick.
Nov. 29. 1876, 10:40 a. m.—To W. T.
Pelton, 15 Grammercy Park, New
Yoik Will Bottomless lose any elec
tor iii convincing Democrats State?
New York, Dec. 2.—To Hon. Jas. S.
Kelly Telegraphed P. last night and
to-day. Have no reply. Has he left
P-utUnu, Deo. 1st, 1876.—To W. T.
Ptltji', 15 Grammercy Park, New
York _o time to convene Legisla
ture. Can manage with 4.000 to pres
ent. Must have it Monday certain.
Have Olias. Diamond, 115 Liberty
street, telegraph to Bush, banker,
Salem. This will secure Democratic
vote. Ml are at work here. Can't
Hud can do more. Sail morning. An
swer in cypher. No signature.
New Yok, Dee.kl, 1876—To Hon.
James K. Kelly, Portland, Oregon:
Telegraph Herdsman P. S. direction ot
yourself following Examiner aiound",
cant change it Herdsman nonsel
when will P. reach destination What
shall be done Answer.
Shaw, of Detroit, who furnished the
key, testified that in a few instances
it was impossible to translate certain
words in dispatches by the key. All
tianslations were made word by wor'p
aid from cipher dispatches as Joupu
in the testimoney relative to the
WHAT SENATOR KELLY SAYS.
Senator Kelly states in regard to his
endorsement of the cipher dispatches
sent by J. H. N. Patrick-on, the 8tb of
November, to Col. W. T. Pelton, that
he was totally unaware of its contain
ing a proposition for the purchase of
the Republican elector. He says Pat
rick came to him and stated he had
prepared a cipher telegram to the Sec
retary of the National Democratic com
mittee, asking the latter to place $10.,
000 to his credit for the purpose of
paying lawyer's fees, and other neces
sary expenses connected with the
anticipated litigation concerning the
issuance of the Governor's certificates.
Patrick requested him to endorse this
telegram because he (Kelly) was known
to National Democratic Committee,
and it was desirable to secure prompt
action. Senator Kelly said lie
could not, of course, read the cipher,
and accepting Patrick's statement of
its meaning, endorsed it without hes
itation upon the foregoing assurance
as to its contents. The Senator also
states that after Patrick left Oregon,
he (Kelly) earnestly endeavored to get
money sent from New York to pay the
fee of the lawyers who had been re
tained, and as it did not come in time
he himself laised S3,200 on his own
note, $3,000 of which he paid to Hall,
Thompson and Durham, the lawyers,
and the remaining $200 were devoted
to paying the expenses of bringing
Caswell, one of the Democratic elec
tors, to Salem, as it was then thought
he had obtained a higher vote than
Cronin. The Senator says that so far
as he knows no person ever approach
ed the Republican electors with any
Outwitting an Interviewer.
From the Xcw York Daily Graphic.
Vice-President elect Wheeler never
received any credit for being a prac
tical joker. He hasn't a tendency to
such sports, but the way he bulldozed
a rural newspaper-man is worth tell
ing. When he was returning from his
recent visit to Gov. Hayes at Colum
bus, the train stopped at Zanesville for
dinner, but he didn't get out. It was
soon known at the depot, however,
that he was on the train, and a crowd
went into the car to see him and
shake hands with the next Vice Presi
dent. As a number of gentlemen were
standing around him, talking, a pop
eyed young fellow pushed his wayand
through, carrying an open note-book
of a generous size and a pencil in his
hand. It was the "local" a Zanes
ville paper. He brought the imple
ments of his profession into position
and opened the attack.
'•Have I the honor of addressing the
Hon. William A. Wheeler." he in
"Thank you, sir," responded Mr.
Wheeler, "you have and whom have
I the honor of addressing?"
The young man gave his name.
"You area newspaper-man, I sup
pose," suggested Mr. Wheeler.
The young man assented.
"Have you been in the business
"About three years."
"Ever lived anywhere but in Zanes
"Do you like the profession
The young man said he did, and was
about to propound a question on his
To Hon. Jas. I own part, when Mr. Wheeler inter
rupted by asking about Zanesville, its
inhabitants, products, manufactures,
cost of living, condition of business
oliowing up these with other ques
tions relative to the history of the
place and its prospects and he showed
a wonderful interest in the newspaper
with which the young man was con
nected, its circulation,advertising pat
ronage, and competition. Several
times did the young man venture to
change the subject of the conversation
but Mr. Wheeler plied him with ques
tions until the train moved off, and
the local was compelled to leave the
car. Mr. Wheeler enjoyed telling how
he outwitted an interviewer, but the
young man had the advantage of him.
Mr. heeler might parry his ques
tions, but he could not curb the press.
The young man printed the following
"The Hon. William A. Wheeler, the
next Vice President, passed through
Zanesville on Thursday. Our reporter
had an extended conversation with
him, and found him to be a most
agreeable gentleman. The people of
Zanesville would be flattered to know
the interest taken by Mr. Wheeler in
our thriving city and it would have
humiliated the starveling who runs
the [the opposition paper] to have
heard the complimentary terms in
which he alluded to this journal, and
our humble but well-directed efforts
during the recent campaign.
A Wonderful Invention.
From the New 1 ork News.
us of a
The French papers tell
wonderful invention, which
aide the feeblest among us to "witch
the world with noble coachmanship."
The horse of the future is not to be
drivtn by ordinary reins, but by elec
tricity combined with them. The
coachman is to have under his seat an
electro-magnetic apparatus, which he
works by a little handle. One wire is
carried through the rein to the bit and
another to the crupper, so that a cur
rent once set up goes the entire length
of the animal along the spine.- A
sudden shock will, we are gravely as
sured, stop the most violent runaway
or the most obstinate jibber. The
creature, however strong and how
ever vicious, is "a once transformed
into a sort of inoffensive horse wood,
with the feet firmly nailed to thePeter
ground."? Curiously enough, the op-commodating
posite effect may be produced by a
succession of small shocks. Under
the influence of these the veriest
screw can be suddenly endowed with
a vigor and fire indescribable, and
even vhe Rosinante of Don Quixote
would gallop like a Derby winner.
In the Khedive** Harem.
The following extract from a private
letter published in the London Times
describes the state reception of the
harem'of the khedive of Egypt on the
occasion of the recent kurban bariam,
the great Mohammedan feast of the
"This morning we went with a friend
to the harem reception at Abdeen pal
ace—a modern, square-built building,
with a large central court. In front
of it the soldiers were drawn up in a
line, and in the court were black reg
iments, besides other soldiers, and a
military band. As we came to the en
trance hall some eastern ladies were
leaving the palace. Their flowing
drapery was gorgeous in colors and
rich with embroidery. Their thin
muslin veils, which they seemed mere
ly to hold over their mouths, did notby
in the least conceal their features,
which were delicate. They startled
me by the whiteness of their faces and
blackness of their eyes and eyebrows.
How this effect was produced I could
not see, as they passed us so quickly.
Coming suddenly into the subdued
lights of the vestibule, with the glow
ing radiance of the dresses of so
many ladies and attendants, seemed
like entering a tent when a flower show
We followed our Egyptian friend up
stairs—Arab ladies on the stairs and
landings everywhere as we passed.
Their costumes were always brilliant
and rich in the extreme but we saw
nothing purely Oiiental except in the
dresses of the visitors who were leav
ing as we arrived. The ladies of the
palaces wore mostly long flowing dress
es, loose in make, and fastened with a
sash round the waist. In every case
tbey had a tiny turban of the same
color as the dress, placed on the back
of the head like a Parisian bonnet.
The hair was almost always gathered
up on the top of the head. We passed
on till we came to the reception-room
of the khedive's chief wife. Before
entering we heard an extraordinary
noise, which proved to be the singing
playing of six slave girls. They
sat in a row, dressed alternately in
orange and violet silk. The instru
ments were a double pipe held in either
hand by the performer and placed to
gether on the lips (as in Fra Angelico's
pictures), a violin, a flute, a sort of
zither, and two tambouriues. Two of
these girls were very merry, and some
times could scarcely sing for laughing.
Their singing and playing sounded
like-a strange weird chant sung very
"The khedive's chief wife sat upon
the sofa attired in light-greenish satin,
embroidered with gold and diamonds.
She rose to receive us with much
friendliness, and made the usual
Arab salutation, touching her fore
head. We were then invited to sit
down, and coffee and cigarettes were
handed round, and we were all expect
ed to arink and smoke. A younger
princess, on another sofa, was fair,
with light hair, and looked elegant in
white satin, ornamented with gold and
diamonds. Both dresses were made in
the way I have described. It was gen
erally remarked that the jewels were
few compared with last year. The
mistress of the ceremonies spoke
French, as did one of the princesses
otherwise we heard nothing but Ara
"The rooms were furnished in
French style, with gilding and looking
glasses everywhere, only thebeautilul
eastern carpets showed Oriental taste.
There were two or three pictures in
one room—French,but of no particular
merit. They were hung high, as wall
decorations. There was no piano, and
did not see anywhere a single book,
or any other sign of culture. The la
dies struck me as pleasing, gentle, and
dignified only one looked ill and un
happy. But for the most part their
faces were insipid, and had none oi
that look of intelligence which culti
vation lends to the dullest English
woman. They all looked very much
alike upon a first view, having gener
ally dark complexions aud short noses.
We saw no one as handsome as th«
lady visitors we met on entering. We
stayed about half an hour and then
left. When we re-entered the entranct
hall sherbet was handed to us in gold
cups, wrapped in an embroidered nap
"After all, to English eyes, the pal
ace was a gilded prison, and the mix
ture of western with the other eastern
ways has robbed the harem system of
its original charm. Europe has come
with its gaudy silks and satins ami
angular features. It seems hard that
it should not come with its education
The popularity of Messrs. James S. Kirk &
Go's soaps, manufactured in hicago, is
shown by the unprecedented sale which their
reached during the year 1876. This
la is the largest s-oap manufacturing icon
cern in the United States, producing and cell
ing in all parts ol this country, from the Red
River of the North to New Orleans, and Irom
Portland, Me., to San Francisco, 25,000,000
pounds annually. No so-called gre ses enter
into these soaps. Only pure refined tallow and
vegetable oils are used, containing uo adul
teration. Fair and square weights «!ways »e
liabl^ This is why their soaps are so popular
With all good and economical housekeepsrs.
Dr. Walcotthas well said that the turnpike
road to people's heaits lies through their
mouths, audthi* accounts lor the immense
popularity ol the Greenman House, corner St.
and Fifth streets, St Paul, and its ac
proprietor, John mgh. Tittvw
elers should not fail to give him a call.
There are more than one thousand dif
ferent kinds of pills in the United States.
Some ot them are worthless and injurious,
others are good and beneficial. Old Or Par
sons invented the best autl-bllious pill w
ever saw or heard ot. Thej are now sold
under the name ot Parsons Purgative Pills.
I* tliPr aw render of this paper Buffering
from rheumatism If HO, wri*e to Ilelphen
8|ine & Bentley, Drngnists, Wellington.
C., tor a crcnlitr of Divamr'a Rheumatic Rem
edy. Thi« medicine is taken internally, and
will positively cure any case of rheumatism
on the face of the green earth. Price, one
dollar a bottle.
THAT NASAL TWANG, it is Catarrh «ur« it
at once, before it shows on vour lace, by Dr
J. H. McLean's Catarrh Snuff. It soothes ir
ritation, cures Sores in the nose, face or skin.
Trial -xes 60 ots., by mill. Dr. J. H. Mc
Lean, 314 Chestnut, St. Ijoui*.
Coughs and Colds.
Sodden char g*»s of wexther are sources
Pulmonary and Bronchial affections. Take at
once "Brown's Bronchial Tioches," let the
Cold, Cough or Irritation of the Throat be
ever so slight.
Saniord's RidicalCure lor Catarrh is a local
and'coistitutional remedy, and is prepared
distillation. Not a particle of woody filipi
or caustic chemical* enters into its composi
tion. It thus differs from other remedies.
MEXICAN fLOi.lOA & HIJACK. HAWK.
War, Soldiers and Widows write Col.
BINGHAM & Co Atfy'n for Claims, Patents,
Land titles Washington, D.
Vegetable Pulmonary BaKara, the great
New England cure tor coughs, colds.and con
sumption. Cutler Bros. & Co.'s, Boston, onlv
Conundrum for St. Vdentine's day:
WAS ST. VALENTINE
A VARNISH MAKER?
II Stopped he ('much
While on my way to the woods this winter
I took a severe cold whiith was followed bj a
terrible cough. Nothing seemed to relieve it,
I was on the Chippewa river, 135 miles above
Chippewa Kails, when* I sent lor t*o ttl^s
of Hale's Cough Cordial. I had not takn
over halt a bottle when my cough and cold
had emiiely disappear*d. I let one of our
oldest lumbermen ltav«- tl»e other bottl-, and
he says it beats every tliiug he ever tried.
Hardly a load of freight, not to the woods
now without a supply Hi'e'sCouqh Cordial
My prayer now is that all who are afflicted
with coughs and colds will try Hal's Cough
Cordial and let the world know of this won
derful remedy. S. A. WIGGINS,
.„ Jshkosh, Wis.
Sold at Wholesale by
NOYKS BR')S. & CUTL R.
all kindsafM %l-ltI\KK% F.W
£»1\UU1V1 KKAUS*. 72 w. Washi.iB'on St. circa":
$280a mowtta. Agents wanted everywhere.
ep/WtJV Address G.P I.RL'NG, kaven»woJd, 111,
MIXED CARDS with name 10c. 30.»
Siyie.-. B.K» I'uONG & CO.. Gerry, N. V.
FANCY CARDS, all st\les, with name 10
eU K. Ti»iii|Hoii Brunard Utn*."o,Nl
S E WT)
and Merchants Hand
»tfx1J'o'|nTcieBtTabeand iiules. Agents wanted.
Address S'at sman Adv. Dept., Mafthall, Mich
T'» LOAv OY FARM
K. J. HODUSoN, 21 E. Third street. St. Paul, Minn.
Pacific 6 eta the Kcb
No or the "Wadena Heal Estate .lournal," tells yon
about its soil, timber, markets, resources, vc. Address
S. n. GAHDNKK, v\ adena. (N. i..tt.).Minn.
Y«»C can aei-ui a g\ f\ *L P* business
excusive for your I I I ctmi.ty. at a small
r.st. Nofxperience and small capital
required. le,.sant and nonble, by
addressing Jas X, Wtllt«m«»n. inrinjmt".
E I A
i^.mbiu.itlou i,i Hi,i,rt,'
ew mode '»f opera'in* .n
stocks s* lni|iOMstblt».
Profits sure, Exriauatory circular sent FKFK. ,»
Rfe-VN & C(».. okt'tv.88 Br .adSt, r\0 •toxS.ys.ST
A -KiTS WAN for the n» BOOK
Brlgliitm Young'* Wif« •%«.
Cheapest Botary Hand Gornsheller
IN THE ITKITKD STATES
Guaranteed to be the simple t. che pott. mo"»t durable,
effective and the b»t. Buy it. Try ir, aiid be convl' c-ii.
Samples $i,oo. I-aw pr fltx to aent». Addr *s
Harris 'Urgh, Pa,. Faml CornshWler Co. l/ek Box !•.
I HAVE sold mre dozens of llatrh's Universal o'gli
'tyrun the past year than I have ever iid ..f asimiia
medicine duiiug l'ie same .eiigtu lime. I .ve on my
shelve* thii teen different cough remedies, tmprlstiig
most of tho^e considered stuple in this taction.
A MILLION SOL 'o-t mplet.
book fits wind ever in lshc i. Gives com ci me s
nrement of all kinds' umber, logs IIM .n bt 1) CM
Hule. cubic il contemn ofsqua tndio nitimhe stave
and h« adl bolt tab'c, wages rent, viril, ip Itv
cl-tcrn*, ird-w. od t.iiues, luter-st, etc Stanl.nt rtook
turoughout I nited Males aud C.inada.
A8yi rbioLsellerforli.o-I will s-nd one for -5
cents, posi-p Id, U. XV. Fl^lttttt,
F. O. Bu 238. RuclM-Mtrr, IV.
"b* Enemy of Dfetcwte* $'r^ ^«v
Fain to 53am -&nd Xtown
I (Star «Hr«M«* »t~
tKM) TO l*r« XtJKiilC TO«X'n bo«V
to* life •fataamatt botiMti *nd rcator«(t
Sold In AO day*. It b'tnr the only complete low
rl work (77 pape* «nlv W.'O). treatiiiKOi the entire
lilntorj. grana bulldt••««. w^ntteiitit
liftoffs cni'lnMliteti. yrrat d»9H. ee. llun-trat
ed, and fl v.lic per than iu other: everjb'ly wants it,
»••new snout eie.r d$*&« In 4 w**ta. sun aiei.w
qnlcklv f.r proof of above, onln on* 01 of
flclals, clergy. »nd pre-*, -.ample pave«. fulf ilescriptiv
••ndo tratrms. HUUBAHO
Sal'e St., Chicago. Ill
St.Panl Business Directory
&1 A A &KWARD—For any case of private
W dlsea that Dr. E. Halllday's medicine
•annot cire. No cure no pay. Send three cent stamp
or circular. Address or call on S. ULACKKOKD.
Yirent. 88 Kohert Street., St. Paul. Minn
NOKTItKKSf UKOWM »Ul£fJt*
ire best to plant in any Latitude. We have the best
northern seed farm in America. We invite a trial of
Mir t-eeds, ties de those or any dealer in the U. 8. A
•arias stock of Peas and Rape seed for gratshopper dis
rlcts. Catalogues free.
liUSCH, MOLLISTBB ft CARTER St. Paul. Minn.
n. T. c. O
Mo*. «5 andOTSeventh at. between Robert and Jae
son, (Barney's Block,) St. Paul, Minnesota.
Ureal, reduction In price. Transient board 11.50r
lay. Day board «.00 per week. This house Isnew. we
nd neatlv fnrnishml and taltlp first4lass
)OK. WAKAHHAW N S I 8TBBBT8. ST. PATJL, MINN
Fare, lor the winter, reduced to|2 per day.
BwiMMMO—Brick, halls and rooms large, light andas
FCHNITUBE—Elegant and entirely new.
I ABLB—Supiilied with the best the market affords.
LOCATION—Central one square from Post Ofllce and
united States«ourte two squares from Opera House
rliree Miuare» from Capital
w. RAKKR, Proprietor.
lave nt1 on. and
Wi 8I.KY UL'LIS )N.
Evans Mi Is. Jeff Co., N". T.
11 irk in bane
HI, Cincinnati, Ohio, bichmond
Marvel of Cheapness.
The boys* Revolve'. A new, ingei ious and'le^anr
wj.p for ihe Tou'h of Ai erica Simples mall -1
each, or 3 for $* SO. Afrents are a Hi. liuudnds dai
'y. Am, Novelty MannfactuiIns ., Loniion, ».
I I O N of
Tncs and Pla rs.
Cap*. a an.) flrwat Amrrlcau. the st
Strawbetries. Ten iicres of Brndy«int (Sti'qu co)
Rispbeiries yielded'ast summer $4,338. .-end for
atilogue. W i. I'ABKT, Ciiinaiiitnson J.
•n literature. Art. Kashion MiMe.nndrheilou ehold
a combination liftlip entertaining, the useful, and the
beaut nil. with splendid hronios and other ilius m
tions, »orth more than its cort. Single. ct», pust
ee \ear •», wit premium ltli from it *!••.
Splendid terms to agents. Address
w. JE.NNINGS JJttvfoiiEST. 17 R. I«hfet.N. T.
Soribner's Lumber & Log-Book.
$ 4 0
her & Findings,
Third Streel. St. Paul, Minn
MONEY TO LOAN!
The Equit ib'e. Trust Co or New London, Conn., will
IHHII ii onc-y for ihe term Kiv« yrars, at a low rate
lnt.res oil Improved Karnis in the following
'i.-ui.tHv: Rain-ey. Hn nepin Washington, Dakota,
•toudhue, Wubasha. Winona. Houston, Fillmore Mow
dr. TiimsTMl. I ic e. tee'e, Wa»eca, Kice, Le Sueur,
tt, irver, Wi ljjht and eastern part of iJlue larth.
[.oiuseauuot excee one-lhtrU the value of the
lanrt uml n« l»an wi 1 be mailrt oraless sum tlia flUOO
or Tor fraction of *I0 0 lei-s than «5tK), For full particu
vdir«wsK ^t VmDu7ee Loan Agent, St.Panl. Minn.
f'«»r. M»v«ntli and Jackso s*ta,
SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA.
FIav!ngiea«ed(foraterino- years) and refitted and
-••turmshed this very Ane Hotel. I would announce, to
•(•e (lu'nic and tnv old time triends and patrons, that I
mi prepared to accomnu date them tofirst-classfare at
the\ery 1. .w rates of *1 50 and *2«0 per dav, according
'oroont M. O. KLOWKit, Piop'r.
Xhu!(3Mpolis Husinoss Directory.
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Oheru and Retailers tn Hardware, Cutlery, Tin and
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in the world
of every machine.
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