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UBSDAY, HABCH 15, 1888.
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STATE OF OREGON.
0. S. Senates. J. IL Mitchell, J. N: Doiph
Congressman, B. Hermann; Governor, 8.
fennover; Secretary of State. Oewjre W.
McBride; State Treasure. Geo. Uebb;
Jtate Printer. F. a Baker; Supt. PnMie In-
dStructiprJ, E. B. McElroy; Supreme Judges,
IT. P. fiord, Chief Justice W. W. Thayer,
Comprising Jackson, Josephine, Lake and
Clamalh counties: Cirruit Judex), L. B,
- rTbtr ; District Attorney, W. M. Colvig.
Btriilor, A. C. Stanley; Representatives,
T.Bonditch, R. A. MillcrjCour-ty Judge,
1, DePeattt: Conunb-iuneis. Beni. Hay
nond. S. A. Carlton; Clerk, W. 11. Parker;
-neriff, B.W. Dean; Treasurer, N. Fisher;
isEsor, J. M.Childers; School Superintend
Um N A Jacobs; Surveyor, V. A. English;
kroner, R. Pryce.
Senator, H. B. Miller: Representative, S.
P. Mitchell ; County Judge, N . Colvig ; Com
missioners, S. Meswnigcr, J. M. Payne;
Jlerk. C. K. Chanslor, bhenff, T. G. Patter
son; Treasurer, J. W. Howard ; Asserr,
J. B. Lewis; School Superintendent, E F.
Hathaway -Sun-ever, W. N. Saunders; Cor
baer. Dr. Kremer.
, KLAMATH COlTfTT.
Joint Senator, C. M. Cartwnght'of Wasco;
Reprebentathe, R. McLean of kl-traath;
County Judge, G. W. Smith; Commis
sioners. J. L. Hanks, R. A. Emmitt; Clerk;
W. C. Hale: Sheriff, M D. didders; Trens
itrer,G.T.Baldwin;As'!eor. R.B Hatton;
fjthool Superintendent, W. E. Greene; Sur
Tyr, R. 8. Moore.
Senator. C. M. Cartwnght of W'a sco ; Rep
resents live. R. McLean of Klamath; County
Judge. A. Fitts: Commissioners, Geo. M.
Jones, C. Loftus ; Clerk. V. T. Boyd; rJher
IfT, A. J. Charlton; Treasurer, A McCal
Icb; School Superintendent, A. H. Fisher,
Assessor, O.L. Stanley.
HXCTIG OF COt'RTS, ETC.
The Supreme Currrt of Oregon meets at
Salem, regular term commencing on the
tnfMondays in March and.October.
Circuit Court for Jackson counts? nJcets
thefirt Mondavin April, S'lUenibcr and
December; fur Josephine, ihe first Monday
In March and Augu-t; for Ktannth, the
second Monday in June and first i'onnay
in November; for Lake.the thinl Monday in
May aaa the second juonaay in uciuutr.
For Jalkson County, I'roDate and Ci-nl
aaissioners' courts meet every month, coru
rjenelngwith the first MmJay, for Jose
phine county, the first Monday in Junuarv,
Ipnl, July end September; for likecouilty
very alternate month, commencing the
.rt Moudav in January. For Klamath
unty the C'rst Wednesday in March, Juie,
.eptember and November.
, f i.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR ARLAW.
Tv-drpKcUce in all thcibrisof the 8Ute.'
OEAIn Hamlin's brii.kAock,up-3tairs.
V. 13. KENT,
COUNSELO R-AT-LA W
Win practice in all the Courts of this State.
Office on California street, opposito J. Ku
WQ1 practice in all the Courts of Orego.
0ee On Oregon Street, in Ortb'i Block.
iTTORNEY t COUNSELOR-AT-LAW,
Will practice in all the court of th'e State.
Office in Court Housi.
DRS. ROBINSON t GILL,
Physicians aad Surgsoaa,
Officw on 'rflifornia Street, ia Mrs. Ga
a nng's building.
fcCalls promptly attended ij cr lignt.
J. O. ALLEN, M. X.
. .. .
Teeth extFactad at all hours
Laughing gas administered, if
'desired, for which extra charm
will be made. Office on corner of Califor
, -- iia and iih streets.
T. XL. TOTJNG, M. X.
Physician & Surgeon,
CENTRAL POINT, OR.
Calls promptly attended to at all hours.
X.. Ii. "WHITNEY M. D.,
XAOLE TOINT, OR,
Having located at this place, I ask a share
tttht patronage of this section'. Calls at
tended to at any time.- .
DR. W. H. SOMMERS,
Physician, Surgeon and Accovcher
flONSDLATION IN GERMAN AND t
J English. Calls promptly answered both
ay and night,
. Office and residence next door to Dr.'NVill
Jackson's dental rooms on California st.
R. Pxtcs, M. D E T. Geaet, M. D.
, rRYCE GEARY.
Physicians and Surgeons,
Orncr In Hamlin's brick, up -stairs,
ietideace of Cr. Pryce at the Riddle House
" vr. veary oa c btreah
Manufaeturer and Dealer In
HARDWARE, PAINTS, 011SVAR-
MSB, GLASS, EIC.
Jacksonville, - Oregon.
HAVING FAILED TO CLOSE OUT
mv business in Jacksonville, its I
wished to do, I have concluded to continue
the same on a larger scale than ever. I
was in San Francisco recently, when I laid
in one of the largest and bct stuck of all
kinds of Hard n are. Ammunition, Cutlery,
Fiie-cJTn, and Spoitmg Good, ever
brought to ihis maAet Ihew goods will
be sold at the lcwet jniisihle prie.
I will guarantee these goods to he just
hat I ieprecnt them to be. I feel thank
ful to my old i ustomers for their pat pat
ronage Vo liberally Lestowed, and would
rc.-pertfully solicit a continuani e of the
s-me. Jout MtLliR.
IS SIXLING G00D3
-!BED ROCK PEICS.
When vou want r.nj tiling ;u the MER
CANTILE line, don't forget that bt has
always on hand a
sa -rj-Tsnrnji no
IN IFAdT TI-IE
Dry Goods department
I always have on hand, a fine stock of
TAKEN AT TIIE HIGHEST
I liavo a fine lot of Lumber and urn
now ready to fill all ordefB for any
Onr Ktw Blort, irhlcli m nsirorcnp,
baa abont 3 aerra of Floor Sparc.
The nCYKItft GUIDK la
tuned Sept. and March,
i each year. - 304 ragr,
'3.500 Illustrations a
Trnoir I'lctore Gallery.
GIVES tVllolrialc Prtrrf
rfirrrt r nmmmrr on all Rood for
personal or family me. Tells how to
order, and srlvr exact cort of every
thtna; yon me, enU drtr-k, wear, or
have fun with. Three IKVALTJABLK
BOOKS contain Information gleaned
from the markrta of the world. A
copy aent FREE npen receipt of
10 cts. defray czpuiK of mailing.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
Ill 114 Sllraloaa Aveone, Chleae, 111,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, ,
MAKCS a speciality of cleaning and
repairing watrhvs and clocks. ,
Charges reasonable. Give me a call.
CITY BARBER SHOP.
JACKSONVILLE, - - - OREGON.
THE UNDERSIGNED IS FULLY PRE
pared to do all work in his line in the best
manner and at reasonable prices.
$3 mm m
'lliis powder never vanes. A marvel of
purity, stnnclll and vsliolesomeness
More" coonoGl.ctl limn the ordinan
Unils, and cinnot he sold in competition
with tie multitude of low test, fhorl
weight, alum or phosphate powders.
AJu an!v m ei'X, !!oru, IUKI.SG ?C.
iikr Co , 10a Wall-st. N T.
Cattle branded A
on left hip and side
,nw fork in left ear;
IV rop and split in
BATTLE AlD HORSES BRANDS
ix-MHEm kft- Lip.' Alo caitle-branleil
on left ld or hip. alo branded with
a figi.re 2 on left side or hip The car-marks
of the above brands are -hort crop in left
ear, and Isng crop in rght. Also cattle
branded with SP.nn left hip. and marked
crfp in right car, hole and spht-outinleft
Cattle branded F) md marked crop
and pquare nndcrbit in left car and un
der!ope in riuht. three- eT-olds and up
wards hive the point of right horn saueJ
Horses bran led Don right hip.
N. S. Drew.
Apple-rate, Ogn., Fftb. 2G, 1838.
ROGUE RIVER DISTILLERY,
JOK2T A. HAJTLE"2 Pro.
CATON & GARRETT General Ajents.
In Quantities and at
Prices to Suit.
JOHN A. IIAXI.EY.
Jacksonville Jan. 6th 1S-S7.
UVERLAHD TO CALIFORNIA
Oregon & California Railroad.
35-THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE JgS
Time between lledford and Pan Francico,
ClUroEXTt EXrEKSS IRAEtS DAILT,
4-tX) PS I IavcPortl-ind Arrive 10 10 a
S.05 A it I Iave Medford Leave (5:23pm
7.40 ji M I Arnrtban Fran leave G:S0r u
Puliman Buffet Sleepers
EXCURSION SLEEPERS for iond
Cla-! Pa-s.-n:cr on all through
trains FRREOF CHARGE.
EMIGILNT SLEEPING CARS, between
F.-rtlind and AshUnd, Sis civous and
fcjn Franci-po, UtEE OF CHARGE.
The O. A f R R Ferry makes connection
with all the regular trains on the East fcide
Division from foot of F. fcircct.
West fsido rivlKion;
BETWEEN TORTLAND & CORVALLIS
MAtTnAty daiuv (ksct.it sckday.)
12:23 p It
Leave Portland Am vei b :15 pm
Arrive Corvallis Leave 1 1:30 p m
EXPRESS TRAEf DAILY (EXCEPT ECSDAT.'v
Leave Portland Arrive tO.OO A M
Ar'veM'Mi'nvilleLe've 5:45 a m
At Albany and Corvallis connect
with trains of the Oregon Pacific Railroad.
I For information regarding ratc. maps, etc,
see corapnay s jigenx at .Mcaroru
R. KOEHLER, E. P.
Manager. G. F. A Pass. Agent.
SENTINEL $2 00 per year.
TAT A COAST.
McMianvS! i to Have a new scliool
house aad afBev6ourt House.
The Xa1cr2sf Examiner says there
are nineteen caSjj&iates in Lake county
for Sheriff. -?H
The tledioitjoa'el the Masonic tcmole
at Peudlete-wijjiflapj; about the first of
TUe'Miitfci eV.irorjWorkcd out his foCr
dollar, road'5Kr.ith" a pick and shovel.
There is "saiuT'r you.
The snow tin tUe mountains between
Oohoco and Itriuge creeks has about all
disaprxared.Jul travel will tegin
soon. ' -.
The people of Antelope have sVSrib
ed nearly $tT0 to liild a road froJut
place down ilr.L'.Mpe creek to Cross
Dr. Lanr hasa'ijeil every one of the
inmatecjif 4he65'nrhjRho ban not' been
inoccutitedwihli.-avV.years to be vac
cinated. i -rj"
A 0 U W mf-rnrship in this jurisdic
tion is as follows: Oregon, 24Q1; Wash
ington Territory, C-43; British Columbia,
115; total 3U9j -
The Home Pres sayi there is ho Chi
namen at Centerviile afflicted -with lep
rosy ai reported". The Fnraor was (spread
by a few carelesi boys.
The farmers aro bnsy sowinpr and seed
inj: their farnii. Witlian ordinary rea
son, Wavco county will -produce more
crnin this year lima erer before. Times
Jlountainper. Mr Janici Chi'f rweth who hat been
otwrntinga qaicUilver mine in Southern
Oregon for some time, uins three retorts
with very good mcrofta, ha orderetl threq
new retorts of the- eipacity ota Ion of.re
HTmann hasii'tpIuceda bill to pen
vnn Whc-juTi f ;l a full hloodrtd
l Iol Iidian If ji lie who found
Colonel Aioarhi!sifilfi.iTed hi- life after
ireacneron" massacre in the Lava
pany has just finijjrjtretrhing a co"J-
About the mfddjjB March work will
begin on a copper wire between Portland
fcleamers from San Trancwo to Port
land leave; now every three days. This
incre.e of wrvieewas compelled from
tlv f let 7o,00CJ tonpf freight havS a'cen
mnlatcd at rorlland.for shipment to Sin
The Masonic temjile, at Euzene City,
eneofihe hhtjdsompst tmildinga of the
kind west of ti.e Cacade mountains, was
dedicated on Febj 59th. A large num
ber of masons and ethers were present
aad the occasion was'highly enjoyed bv
George S. Downifl? of Salem, has lecn
anpointed Superintendent of the peniten
tiary by Governor Pennoyer in place of
R. Clow. Mr. Downing is a gentleman of
the old Bchool, a man of iHtegrity and
no doubt will make an efficient Superin
tendent. Ontario, Malheurcounty, is making a
great effort for the county sent at the
coming June election; says an exchange.
Thecitiiens have raided a subsidy of over
JoOOO to be iimci irj building the necessa
ry county buildings, and" a snbcriptioi
of nearly $"00 as a campaign fund.
A young man n-med Wamr was im
prisoned in the jail at Portland last week,
withont any charges being made against
him, it is charged hy authority of the
bov's father on accdnnt of his leaving his
real etate office nrd working for another
agent. Chief of Po'ice Parrish was fined
flOX) on account of the affair.
A hnnter, near Canyon Citr, a short
time since shot a conjar; and captured
ber yonng ones, small kittens. He had
a litter of vonng honnd's at home and he
placed the two yoing cougars among
them, and they are thriving well. Thev
lie aronnrt in front of the fire and pfav
with each other just like two efdiniry
A bnrc-lirenfpredlhprrsidonee of John
HV. "Williams in Baker City, a few
nights ago thronch a bedroom window,
and helped himelf to all the cold -victuafs
that cculd ho fonnd.fettingtlie table and
partaking of his tneal in kingly style.
Before leaving the house Tin wrcte a note
returning thanks fo the family for the ex
A few nights ao, says the Harney Tal
ler Items, somi miscreant entered the
stable at DaVine's buccaro ranch and
stnle two $50 saddles, eererd pairs of
spurs, fine bndleu, etc, in Jill valued at
about $150. The saddles belonged to
John Marrell and Thomas Bafer. Upcn
the information reaching Bums, Deputy
bhenli Kobtnon immediately obtained a
search warrant and started to look up
the missing prope"ry. A slight clue has
been obtained, and we hop the fhieves
will be Corralled and landed where they
belong the penitentiary.
An excess of animal food and a partial
closing of the pores of the skin, during
the winter months, cause the system to
become filled -with imparities. These.'
can be removed and tha blood purified
and invigorated by taking Ayer's Earsa
parilk. Priee f 1.
St. Louis Republican (Demi): Next
to Blaine, Senator Sherman is intellectu
ally the strongest among the prominent
Republicans. He represents Republi
canism een better Ihati Blaine.
St. Louis Globe-Democrat (Rep.): Col.
Bill Morrison would like to be nominated
for vice-president, jln fact, he wtjuld like
almobt any excus for avoiding Uhrle
Jehu Baker in the next race for congress
in his district.
Minneapolis Tribune: The telegrajh
business is that of a common carrier, and
it should be brought under government
supervision, but hero is a dearth of
sound arguments for the assumption of
this business'by the government itself.
Milwaukee Sentinel: While the Atlan
ta Constitution and other democratic
journals are applauding. "Mr. Dickinson
for "cleaning out the few remaining Re
publicans in his department," they for
get that a bad postal service is a ery
picr rccomendation for Mr. Cleveland's
New York" Tribune: But Mr. Cleve
land also knows that fraud, terrorism
and crime prevented the election of mem-
bera who favor protection fiom many
southeni districts. The same great na
tion j! crime by which he was elected
that and nothing elise prevents the elec
tion by an oerhelming majority of pro
tectionists to every congress.
Brooklj n E-igle (Dem.) : No man bet
ter understands the precedents and dU
ties politically attaching to democratic
governors than Daud B. Hill, or will
more scrupulously regard them. Hence
the Eagle's recent statement: "It re
quires but little prophecy to say that
Graver Cleveland's name will be pre:
sented for renomiuation by Governor
David B. Hill.'i
New York Mail ind Express: There
is a growing unanimity of Republican
conviction that the party has reached a
crisis in its history and destiny,uhen the
national convention should be a deliber
ate and representative body, containing
tlm ablest leaders who can be induced to
serve as deiegatia, ani'Aitterly Unamend
able to the control ot emaU pbliticians.
New York World (Dem.) : Judge
Grertham has qualities and a record that
would make liiiu a strong candidate9 be
fore the people, especially if a popular
Eastern man like Gen. Hawley or Sena
tor Hiscock should be associated with
him on the ticket. His rugged honesty
and sturJy antagonism to monopolies
would count for much before the pcoplo.
Baffalo Express: It was a happy idea
to call the national convention of the
democratic End prohibition parties to
meet on the same diy. And no doubt
the gathering ut St. Louis and the assem
blage in Indianapolis will exchange con
gratulations and ratifications by tele
graph. Hie ton Jonrnxl: A gentleman from
Indiana writes: "Would Judge Gres
bam carry a large vote in Massachusetts T
Yes.and he would'csrry every New Eng
land staU on the tariff issue. Gen. Gres
ham would make an unexceptionable
candidate for the presidency.
New York Herald (Detrf.): As for
Gresham general judge, statesman, re
ticent, shrewd, honet. with a mighty
good reconF look out for him. In the
background? Yes; but that is a good
positfon to occupy at a certain stage ef
the game. Ho will bear looking at.
Washington Critic: The perty who
sfarted the report that Mr. Cleveland in
tend to withdraw from the presidential
canvass if congress fails to follow out his
line of policy laid down in his tariff mes
sage doesn't know Mr. Cleveland.
'Fergus Falls Journal: Judging from
tho tone of remarks of prominent men
and the newspapers generally, we should
sav that if a Minnesota delegation was to
b-5 elected to-day it woufd be for Gres
ham for president.
Springfield Republican: Indiana has
some sound presidential timber. Walter
Q. Grsham and Benjamin Harrison are
in the front rank, and one of them may
come in handy when the convention
Cleveland Plaindeal'e? (Dem.) "While
fhe other Republican candidates are'
planting their presidential booms in hot
beds, Blaina has to put his out in the
cold, froetv air to keep' it trom growing
The candidate's boom'ct now bttnglinglr
And bashfully bnzzeth the beggarly
Tn tho bike of-his bonnet it busily hntn
meth A song like the sob of the sad, Bound
Minneapolis Tribnne: Tor amuse
ment, the delegates to tha St. Louis con
vention can go down to the wharfboat
and see the steamer come in. Plenty of
time after she whistles.
Boston Herald: The Republican par
ty has better hopes' of a victory to-day
tharit has h id at any time since public
attention was turned to tho next presi
Boston Globe: What the peoptejwant
is the maximum of protection for labor
and the mimimum for monopolies.
Philadelphia Press: Carl Scharx took
the crape off his hat the instant he fin-
ished reading Mr. Blaine's Floreace fet -
!K8T"IX TUB SADDLE."
In the Interest of his parly Senator
Vest, of Missouri, should be muzzled.
.He is altogether to spontaneous with his
vocal organs. He seems still imbued
with the idea that one So-itherner during
the war must have disabled at least five
Yankees. That was anto bellnm twad
dletnd on many a blcody field was found
to le a rriistake. He eulogized the army
of Lee, which, as he luridly claims, "had
but 8,001 left at Appom.'ttav. of that splen
did force which had fared the world in
arms and which had bee i battered and
beaten back by overwhelming numbers."
J Fustian rot. The official reports show
that from the 29th day of March, 1S05,
to April Oth, there were captured 40,495
men of Lee's army, and th it in addition
to these 23,416 prisoners were surrendered
and paroled April 9 at Appomattox.
The senator takes occasion to attack
the Grand Army of the Republic as a
political organization and a corps of men
engaged in inventing legtnlatiou to take
more money out of the treasury. The
remainder of the speech was of a similar
vituperative character, and recall the
bullying and bilhngi-gate of the typical
Southerner in the days before tha war.
Cle eland's free trade mebsagc and Ve t's
insults directed at every union soldier
will make excellent campaign reading.
Republicans should see that their circu
latiou is universal.
In the United stites senate on Tuesday,
Ingalls, president of that body, called
Senator Piatt to the chair and proceeded
to dress down in a very thorough manner.
Senator Vest, from Missouri, who recent
ly made himself obnoxious to the veter
ans of the Grand Army of the Republic.
Senator Ingulls has a very clear head
and a sarcastic tongue, and he did up the
job that fell to him in his line of duty in
very fine style. Vest had asked where
all ihis pension business is going to end,
and Ingalls answered this question as fol
lows: 1 will tell him and every senator on
that'ttheTieuiocrairCjBTde'of the chamber,
whetjierhehkesit or npt, what we in
tend to do. It is going to stop when ar
rears of pensions are paid; when the
limitation is removed and every soldier
on the rolls, is paid front the day of his
disability; and when every surviving
soldier of the army is put on the rolls for
service only. Tli3t is when it is going to
stop, and if you don't like il make the
most of it."
lout of the Dair-'un.
"Itwasbtftfoitr years ago," said W.
S. Barrows of Matulan, D. T "that I
bought 10,000 buffalo horns, and to-day
it is impossible toobtain one pair forloe
or money. According to the stories of
hunters and trappers who have been en
gaged in their occupation for years, one
small herd of buffalo exists Ut this tima
as the representativn of the countless
thousand that swarmed on the western
prairies, and they have sought protection
in the Yellowstone Park. There are
about thirty in the herd, and many of the
tourists through the park last summer
eucountefed them during their travels.
Even these are liKely to become exter
minated unless the government taxes
vigorous measures for their security, as
their whereabouts are known to a few
daring spirits, who will take desperate
chances to kill them, if they could be de
coyed near the boundary line of the park
where detection would be difficult. The
experiences of Taxidermist W.T. Horna
day of the National Museum in quest of
specimens of buffalo for that institution,
have alretdy been given at length, and
he had orders, besides, from European
museums for some of these animals.
After working industriously for two sea
sons, and traversing alt the country north
and west of Minnesota to the Canada
line, he succeeded in finding two or three
anim lis, which have been stuffed and
mounted for fhe museum at Washing
ton, and unless the United States Gov
ernment decides tu pick out a few of its
only herd as a present to soma European
museum, the foreign orders never will
In spite of tho warning lately given
tha t the diffignring bustle must go, a
new variety of that article has just been
patented by a Kansas man and of course
is coming into ue, although it has not
been introJaccd in Yrelra as yet. It has
a blow-off and a safety-valve, and when
the wearer sits don n the air escapes up
her spine, loo3ens her corset string"? and
blows her bangs into the most fashion-1
able pose. When she stands up the
action tightens the strings, expands the
bustle, whistles to her do,r, sticks a' pin
into her drowsy escort, and they move
The Chicago Tribune rests from its la
bors long enough to reveal tho real name
of the next democratic candidate for the
Ex-Sheriff Patrick Conncly snes the
R T VranmanA li'pn Minna a ! AA SVWa tl
ibel, for implicating him in 'oeium
STATU bLKCTIO.'iS l 18S8.
All th: states will elect presidential
electors Tuesday, November Oth. TJb
electors then chosen will meer at their
respective state capitals Wednesday, De
cember 5th, and cast their ballata. tef
president and vice preataesi
Uinled States. . ;
Al ibainAfill cfeet t(at o
legislature Monday, Aligns,
congressmen November 6tH.
California will elect state s&cMa.a&d'
legislature Monday, September 3d,,'iufd&
congressmen November 6th.
California will elect part of its legisla:
ture and congressmen November 6th.
Colorado will elect state officers, legk'
latureund congress'men November 6tb.U .
Conueiticut willelectbtate officers, lg-
islature and congressmen N'ovumbjr.&th.
Delaware will elect legislature and eoa- .
grossmen November Oth. Jt"' ""'
Florida will elect governor, lieutenant,?"
governor, legislature and congressmen
Georgia will elect governor and legisla
ture October 3d. and congressmen No
Illinois will elect governor, lieutenant
governor, secretary of state, treasurer,
auditor, attorney general, legislature ana
congressmen November Cth.
Indiana will elect state officers, legis
lature and congressmen November 6th.
Iowa will elect minor state officers and
congressmen November Oth.
Kanaas will tlect state officers, legisla
ture and congressmen November 6th.
Kentucky will elect congressmen No
Louisana will elect stato officers aad
legislature April 17th and congressmen
Maine will 'elect governor and trier
state officers, legislature andcongt'esa
men September 10th. MMP'
Maryland will elect conjfrMea Nov;
veraber Ctli. " Jfi -i
legr3TKajd cisfiiaKUvttbec "
6th. i -.
Michigan will elect state officers, legist '
latura and congressmen November 6th.
Minnesota will elect state o(Bcers,'Ieg
islature andjcongressmenNovember 6th.
Mississippi will elect congressman Nov
Missouri will elect stato officers, legis-
Iatdro and congressmen November 6th:
Nebraska will elect etate officers, legis
lature and congressman November 6th.
Nevada will elect legislature and con
gressmen November Oth.
New Hampshire will elect governor
and other state officers, legislature and
congressman November 6th.
New Jency will elect legislature aad
congressman November 6th.
New York will elect governor andliaa-' .
tenant governor, legislature andeoagrttt
men November 6th.
North Carolina will elect state officer,
legislature and congressmen November'
Ohio will elect secretary of state and
congressman November Oth. i
Oregon will elect congressman and
legislature June 4th.
Pennsylvania will elect a supreme
court judge, legislature and congressmen'
Rhode Isltnd will elect state officer
and legislature April 4th and congresa
men November Oth.
South Carolina will elect state officers'
legislature and congressmen Noyember
Tennesso will elect governor, legisla
ture and congressman November 6th
Texas will'eTect state officers.legislatare'
and congressmen November 6th.
Vermont will elect stato officers, legisla
ture and congressmen: September 4th.
Virginia will elecf congressmen No-"
We.t Virginia will elect state officer,
legislature and congressmen November
Wisconsin will elect state officers, leg
islature and congressmen November 6th;
Of the territories, Washington will hold
a general election on November Cth when'
a delegate, legislators and the various
county officers will be elected.
Things have come to gnch a serious
point that George W. Child is obliged to
getupinthemiddloof the night to da-'
cline the Presidential nomination.
A Beprlere for Ihe t'omlrmnei.
Wretched men and women long con
demned to suffer the tortures of dyspepila,.
are filled with new hope- after a few doses of
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. This budding
hope bloisoms into the fruition of certainty,
if the bitters Is persisted ini It brings a re-'
prieve to all dyspeptics who seeks its aid
Flatulence, heartburn, sinking at the piijof.
the stomach between meals, .th norvnu.
tremors and Insomnia of whlih chronic In
digestion is the parent, beneficent of ston
iest who can wonder tMt In so many in
stances it awakens grateful eloquence In
those who. benefitted by It, speak volant-rfly-in
its behalf. It reqnircs a graphic pen
to describe the torments of dyspepsia, bet
in many of the testimonials received by the
proprietors of the bitters, theoe are por
trayed with vlvfa truthfulness. Constipa
tion, biliousness, muscular debilitv, mala
rial fevers and rheumatism are relieved fec
it. Bismarck ao an orator is now eoappjf