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(fflje rcgon Slrgus.
W. Zb A4ms,
o&soozr CITY I
SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1800.
For Vict J'rtiiilchl,
for Preaidentiul Electori,
T. J. Pars, D. J. Vtnua., W. II. U'atiih.
Til Lease r lb mar.
Although wo oro beaten In the lute race
for Congressman by a very small majority,
we are by ho menu disheartened. The
signs of the times are most encouraging.
The edict liai gone forth that Oregon must
ond shall be a Republican Stutc. Tlie
only question now ig ono of time. The
ditto In not fur In tha future when we shull
bare an decided, fixed, and reliable a Re
publican majority a Iowa hit. The Re
publican party boxes all Its calculations of
success upon a general diffusion of Its Priu
clplcs. Tlio doctriucs it enuueiutes are
correct, noble, constitutional, and In Imr
mony with the genius of our Government.
They aro such as recommend themselves to
public intelligence and take hold of the
popular heart. With free speech and
free press, we are certuiu to triumph. Our
weapons are as much superior to the weap
ons of sectionalism, as tlio cannon, the
sword, and Slinrpc's riflo aro superior to
the butcher kuife, the war club, nud the
Indians' bow and orrow. Wherever the
laws and public sentiment will allow of a
fair Deld and open light, wo aro suro to
gain the victory. Iletiublicuuism appeals
to tlio intelligence, the honor, aud the in
terest of the American people. That in
telligence nniHt be furnished with argu
ments, that honor must bo etimulutcd, aud
that intercut must be satisfied that its
cluims uro not in conflict with the giant
march of mind and the noble impulses of
humanity.' All this must be brought about
!y a thorough nnd persistent discussion.
Every iuch of ground we gain is consecra
ted ground it is oure by a clear and in
disputable title forever. Kvery triumph of
principle tliut we nchicvo Is a permanent
one. The only question that can be raised
as to tlio certainty of our currying the ma
jority with us, is, pro the majority of our
Voters possessed of intelligence cnomrh to
clisrrimiiintu between tlio right and the
wrong, uml of honesty enough to choose
tho path of honor when discovered 1
It takes a man with a mind nud a soul
to make a thorough Republican, aud when
moli a man becomes a Republican from
principle, he will never bo anything else.
A'nil rtnti in i .....I... - I. .. ...
vm.i iivni iiiuitu niien u mnii yoU llio
jieinoerntic ticket, till Democracy claims
some higher nnd nobler principles ol action
than thoso which constituto the animm off
piracy. That a majority of our citizens
nro good material fur Republicans, is prov
u by tho gigantic strides which tho party
lms umdo iu every (ato where tho (I a" has
heou run up, toward a permanent ascend
ency. Although we haro as yet failed to
carry Oregon, wo soo nothing Iu tho future
but tho most cheering prospects. The
overwhelming majority agninst sluvcry that
secured to us a free constitution, shows that
wehuve the material, while our steady
gains iu mose counties that have beeit
moroiigiiiy canvassed and judiciously ojij
cruted upon, show that we aro fust con
vtrting that material into Republican snii!
t.nmt W'l .1 . 'i
iiiieniiiu party was first orgu
ized, we hud n clear majority against us
not less limn thrco thousand votes. Ln.f
year, we came within sixteen votes of elect
ing Logan to Congress. This year, Sheil
has beaten Lognu a few more rotes, yet
the footing up shows n decided Republican
gain upon principle. Wo think that near
ly live hundred Democrats voted Tor Logon
last year for the reason that Stout was an
imported California Know Nothing. It
WM aleulated to secure those votes this
year for the sectional candidate by running
an Oregon Irishman. Jjy taking these
votes from Logau aud giving them to Sheil,
it was calculated by the seetiouulists that
Logan would be beaten bv a thons.in.l m..
Jorily. Their failure to place these votes
to the credit of fanatic-Ism, by removing
.... v..v mat gave tlieiu to us last year,
shows that iustcad of having fallen off, the
Republican party has actually gained upon
luiiL-ipiu gome lour Hundred votes or more
It 1. .... .1 . ... '
j. true mat. we Have had tho assistance
of about eight hundred anti-Lane Demo-
crula who voted for Logan, although thev
still claim to belong to tho Douglas De
mocracy, u we elect a Republican 1'rcsi
tlcnt, these votes will nearly all be perma
nently utluchrd to our party, and we shall
carry enougli more froui those that were
given to Shell to elect our ticket in the
next struggle by a handsome majority.
u any contingency or barter and trade
between the Una and Douglas wings by
way of a fusion, not more than three hun
drcd out of the eight hundred bolters can
ever sguiu be carried for an " lv.m.i:.
ticket," Tho Democratic organisation can
never bo Rlivnirtli..,..! .,.. .,
....,. ulul, luin lnrfe
hundred votes in Oregon iu any eontingen-7-.
.Whatever contingency may arise, the
Republicans have only to maintain their
rganizatioo, run a full tklet, and work
Uttt'U , will a fcoj prospect of suet
in the State, with almost a certain pros
pect of carrying several strong counties,
not excepting Marion and Linn. What
ever contingency may arise, we believe that
Marion county has rallied for the lost time
Upon no imaginable shuffling of the po
litical cards that we can think of, can the
Democratic party under any leader carry
the State by anything of a forniiduble ma
jority. The Lane party has the organiza
tion it has the voters it Is marshuled
by leaders maddened to insanity by defect,
and they will never make terms with a
weak faction that cannot bring nioro than
three hundred votes to their support, when
these rotes are tendered upon condition of
a deeper humiliation of those leaders who
are already trodden Into the mire of polit
ical Infamy by quondum friends and politi
cal bedfellows. Tho Republican parly is
to-day the rising sun iu Oregon. Any man
of any political sagacity must seo this.
The leaders of both factions must see that
any arrangement which may be patched
up in order to advance the interest of this
or the other aspirant, will be a mere tem
porary affair a momentary cessation of
hostilities, demanded only by the interests
of two or three men an arruugement
which, so fur from strengthening the party
in the future, will be plucing a new maga
zine under it, which will blow it into the
heart of the Pacific. These leaders nm.-.t
see that the Republican party will soon
control the reins of the National Govern
ment, and that any move made by them iu
the way of harmonizing this or that man's
pretensions, will be placing their own in
terest forever out of sight, except upon the
contingency of tho triumph next Novem
ber of the faction of the Democracy to
which he has attached himself. If Dou
glas is elected, every office-holder here will
walk the plunk that is certain while the
triumph of Luno or tho Administration
party will sink tho Douglasitcs hero still
lower, by proscription and increased
Let things shape themselves as they will,
we assure our friends that the dny-stnr of
our triumph is already dawning. Let them
go to work in good earnest to curry the
State for Lincoln this fall, ui d, our word
for it, we will not be troubled with Demo-
cj-utie niisrulwiieli longer m Ongon.
CI f.l. . . 1. r. .........
iNiiEox r ram-is, j.sq. ucrrii buntirs
kinsman ut Albany wya that Simeon Frau
ds, Esq., former editor of the Illinois State
Journal, is now editing for a short timo tho
Oregoninn, nnd, in ordi r to injure his in-
LATt'.n VROU TUB KAHi
Unroln Ue Is.
We hare news from the East
of June. We oro under obli
Truey & Co. for lute papers,
In the Senate, ou the 12il the House
amendments to tho Pacific Telegraph bill
were concurred In.
The bill for the relief of Anson Dart,
ex-SuDcrintcndent of Indian Affairs for
Oregon, was nasaed. notwithstanding the
opposition of Senator La no.
The bill appropriating $3,400,000 for
tho Oregon and Washington Territory war
debt was defeated In the House,
Tlio Pacific Telegraph Rill, as amended
bv the House, passed the Senate, which
10th Tho Chicago Press and Tribuno ssys:
I pr o. h deliver an (ddre
t to Ten thousand inquiries will be made as to
the looks, the hubils, tastes, and other
of Honest Old Abo. We
anticipate a few of them.
Mr Lincoln stands six feet four Inches
high In his stockings. His frame is not
muscular, but gaunt and wiry; his arms arc
long, but not unreasonably so for a person
of his bight; his lower limbs ore not dis-
proportioned to his body. Iu walking,
his gait thongh firm is never brisk. He
steps slowly and deliberately, ulinoot always
with his head inclined forward and Ins
Tolhe PrienJi of Ttmperanre throughout tha COUKT-JUMJtfK Onronfu.,
tin Slute. f tvtryMinr, nteuinre; or rfffly, Jul,, u, IbtiO, at U'.look ,
ii.iot in uwwwm iimvw ummu pftlN4 (q
yvan kliowing lli cum of ibij,
RrsHKcTED Fkmow lsurur.ns: Hon
est differences of opinion undoubted! exist
nuiong us us to the best measures for the
promotion of tho teinpcruiicj cause; but
we are all ogrecd in our oppos.tion to
alcohol as a beverage, and wo nil wa tho
wd of more light iimong the people- upon
this subject. And now the qii'stioii is, can
wo not all unite our labors on some general
dun for the dissemination of temperance
principles patiently and extensively?
Iu confidence that yoo will bo happy to fall
in with tho object nnd cordiully unite iu tho
hand, clas,K,d behind bis back. In matter pun. - . "
of dress, he is by no means precise. Always TJ',,rl Cul,cer, or ,,bic siinnlf nmois
h"W Ilia Jnws have lxn ui,nr.Hi J "r't
r Ik, .
I emilmM mi .L I
1 M .1.
My r.). ela and thanlia t ,,m j,,
l.d:.i Mliohoiiortil nit with tfjr p,WMt "Jj
now hi b ia tlio Dainoeralio Part;,
allows the Postmastcr Gcnerul to advortise clean, he is never fashionable: he is careless .cn,cram.c meetings on tho first Monday
t I. 1- I. ..M.I It.- I . nl.. I.tll t- . . . l - I t I '. a l .1. f.. ........ In.un mttit
evening ol encu moniii in cvei wnu bhu
neighborhood throughout the State.
Our principal dependence in sustaining
these concerts must bo upon the K-oplu of
each neighborhood, whose short, free, off
hand speeches nnd stirring temperance sor.gs
for propossls to build tho line. The bill is
A dispatch from Washington, dated
12th, snys that Forney gave testimony
before tlie Covouo Committee ol so impor
tant a chnructer, that a copy was ordered
to be forwarded to the President for ex
nminntiou before being made public, and
the witness placed under obligations not to
reveal his testimony until It is concluded,
ond tho President makes known his plea
sure on the subject.
Mrxiro. Dispatches from Mexico stale
that the Liberals are losing ground gruil
Uilly, and the Juan z government will be
Ei'RorR. The news from Europe is
importune Garibaldi entered Palermo on
the 20th. The oflicinl Neapolitan dis
patches say that the Insurgents have been
defeated in scverul buttles; but Guribnlbi's
forces are increasing in numbers, nnd he
appears to have been successful tn his most
Tt hkky in Jeopardy. A correspondent
of the Loudon News says; France and
Russia haro ogreed to divide Turkey
England was to receive a share, but if she
would not agree, the others would proceed
and lalto lllu whole themselves.
" Lincoln's Record. Lincoln, the Ro-
puhlican candidate, was In Congress during
tlie Mexican war, aud u violent opponent
The Statesman misrepresents. Lincoln
was not in Congress till near the close of ol wine. He is not addicted to to-
the war, and he teat not a violent oppo
nent of it. Ho went to Congress in
I)(Cinbcr, 1847, when Gen. Scott had
been in possession of Mexico for threo
months, and the war was virtually closed-
ami, though opposed to the Administration
he never refused to voto for any npprO'
priation necessary to carry on the war
We Imps the Statesman will have tho
innnlincsito correct and confess its error,
llucnccsuys Unit Mr. I-rnncis wus once i or at least never repeat so stale a slander
as v. has given currency to iu the above
Treasurer of tho Illinois State Agricultu
Jul Society, nnd came away a defaulter.
J)clusion also says that Mr. F. was once
whipped by Stephen A. Douglas. Mr. V
Francis was never Treasurer of tlio Illinois
;t!tuto Agricultural Society, consequently
ho novcr had anything to do with the
funds, nnd of course could not lie' a de
faulter. So much for that Blander. So
fur from having been whipped by Douglus,
the whipping was entirely ou tha other
side, if taking Douglas up with one hand
nnd spunking him with the other cm: be
called a whipping. Mr. Francis is a re
markably quiet, pcnccablo man, nnd a
thorough gentleman; ho consequently
makes no bluster about " bullet-holes," anil
a "fighting-stock" ancestry. During Ms
long career ns an editor in Illinois, hu wus
forced into difficulties with Democrats on
several occasions, m ull of which Mr. F.
l.ko a truo Republican, gave tho blacks a
good drubbing. Delusion has hud oppor
tunities to seo that ns on editor Mr. F. is
but not slovenly. In manner lio is re
markably cordial, and, at tho same time,
simple. His politeness is always suict re,
but never cluboruto ondoppnssivo. A
warm shake of the hand and a warmer
smile of recognition are his methods of Uiust constitute the Maplo of permanent
greeting his friends. At rest, his futures, interest; but besides these, lei sermons a m
though those of a man of mark, are not rluboru.e f ''.n.Zffi
6 . , . when practicable, yet no monthly meeting
mini an miui.g iu o ,,,,.,1 , n,n Mill for Want Of t It'll).
when his fine dark groy eyes aro light- entertain great confidence in the
ed op by any emotion, nud his f atures r.fd und fidelity of tlio ladies of Oregon iu
begin their piny, he would be chosen from sustaining these concerts and giving them
ft lllgll lulie llliu tuiiiliuiiiuing mii.
We also bono all our friends will aid our
couiitr Vice Presidents in collecting such
important incidents ar'sing in the course of
tho work among you us many ue important
for tho temperance archives of tho State
and valuable Tor the future lustornn.
And now, let us all begji our monthly
concert ou the first Monduy evening in
Will nil the papers of the State be so
kind ns to copy tins circular.
Signed iu behuirof the O. S. T. S.,
O. Dickinson, PrtVt.
E. Arnold, Cor. Sec.
A Tale. A few doys siuce, a man lir-
ing on Lower Molnll.i, having been absent
a uny or two nt work', went nome and ac
costed his wife with tho very natural qucs
tion, "How is your health?" to which she
flatly replied, " It's none of your business."
This was n stunner, but ho rallied, nnd
said, " Yes, but it is my business, ns I am
more interested in your welfare than any
one else." lint ho was met witli the ns-
tounding declaration, " Mr. has prom'
ised to pay tho expenses of my getting a
divorce from you, nnd will marry mo him
self." Tlie equanimity of tho husband was
slightly disturbed by this announcement
but tho next morning, on going to resume
bis work, he said, " Wife, as I expect to
be absent two or three days, I wish you
would put mo up n jar of milk to use,"
which request wus duly complied with by
tho obedient wife. At noon, feeling tliTtr,
10 unstopped his jar of ni!Ik, and took scv
era! swallows of tho same, and would have
taken more, if hchndu't made tin discov
ery that ho was swallowing more nrsenic
than was consistent with the laws of gooii
health. Ho gave some of the milk to his
dog to try that dog which h id been his
among a crowd as one who had in him
not only the kindly sentiments which women
love, but the heavier metul of which full-
grown men nud Presidents are made. His
hair is black, and, though thin, is wiry
His head sits well on his shoulders, but
bevond that it defies description. It nearer
resembles that of Clay than Webster; but
it is unlike either. It Is very large and,
phrenologically, well proportioned, bttot
oning power in all its developments. A
slightly Roman nose, a wide-cut mouth, nnd
a dark complexion, with the appearance
of having been weuthcr-beaten, complete
In his personal habits, Mr. Lincoln is
as simple as a child. Ho lores n good
dinner, and cats with tho nppetito which
goes with a great brain; but his food is
plain and uutritious. He never drinks in
toxica ting liquors of any sort, not even a
funeiul of my diar lllllu I'lunur, art
uiu my love fur Mm,
Tin riehnt anil (wtaUit Suww
Out bloMoiiw fur ilia tonib. -""
Oregon Cily, Dd July, 18C.0. ' g, y jj
A Uti ""
The LitdiM of Ilia 8rwinc CirU. '
pr ilitir lliatik lo all Hie pukmm .t
io klmlly aintJ lln-m In tlirlr pwluWMWV'
Elally are llieir thanks doe to Mtmi
Milwsin, Fskd, CuaiM, Tana. Jon..
Wiiitmck, 1). W. OiAKi.and 8. J, McCoufcT
Publisher of llio Dully Adie rtiwr, 7
llioir goncrom and rnluaUa aid. '
They would alio jralefully aekwwWp j.
IbdeuiaJnaat lu tho gentlrnieu wlivio -mi
leuilrred lo tlieni tho free iuo of tha buj
which tliey occuplod.
M. II. llouaaai,
Orcron Cily, July 6ih, 1600. Bamuij
Protrrllve lalaa, Dlt. tea,
At 6AI.KM, will hold lie Doxtnw.'
on Iheliiat Wodueaday, tha SAih, of UxuS
otIO o'clock a.m. jluiinrw of imul, '
ijuitv the alieiidanco of every munUr.
Orrgo Utvttlon, o77li7af
Mrelaat llutmony Hull every Ktiday m,rw
at half it 7 o'clock. Braihr.n in raii,J'
ut invited lo attend. D. ItUTU'lMir1 irt
1). W.CnAio, u.a '
uucco in any 01 its stinpes. lie never was
accused of a licentious act iu all I i) lift.
lie never uses profane language. He
never gambles; wo doubt if ho ever indulges
iu any games of cliuucc. lie is particular
ly cautious ubout incurring pecuniary obli
gations for any purpose whhtever; nnd, in
debt, he is never content until the score is
tlisciiargcu. e presumo he owes no man
n dollar. Ho never .speculates. Tho rage
for tho sudden acquisition of weultli never
took hold of . him. 'His gains from his
professiou have been moderate, but sufficient
for. his purposes. While others have
d retimed of gold, he lias been iu pursuit
of knowledge. In nil his dealings ho has
the reputation of being generous but exuet,
and. above all. n liiriouslr honest. Hi
would be a bold man who would say that
Abraham Lincoln ever wronged any one companion in prosperity, nnd was now to
out of a cent, or ever spent a dollar that l,u sacrificed to satisfy n thirst for knowl
ho had not honestly earned. His struggles edge but tho gorge of tho unsuspecting
in curly l.fe Imvo ntado him careful of animal rosest it,nnd a 'reaction' took place.
money, but his generosity with his own is Tho doso wns too strong. The next day,
z. o. o. r.
Oheuox I.ouok No. ;i uierU ,t thrlr ItH Wf
ly nuilo I lie IjiihI OnVe, on .Monday ,M j
ejch eik. Itrellirni in gnod alanilinenn,
to atlen.l. K. A. COLLAR!) N. u.
A. J. Chapman, P.ro. Src'y. jo
Multnomah lodge 17o. 1,
4 K. A: A. M.. holdaila atale d cnmm,a.
ila t:om In tho Sons iif Ti-innrrmica 4
llio huturiln)' iec din; tlie l ull Alma !
month, liieilireii in gnod a'andinu in. a,M
lo alleiul. A. L. LOVEJOY, ff M
U. W. CiiAm. Sec'y. j'j
Haitit' HrHirni.-i hi, "p, ,fpul
teinr.ly i-onibinej in ti w If tin- prupi-niei of Jta.
tiM-ptle, a mild culhnrtic, and a tonic. Ilonk.
ly rrmuvea from the bloori, and olhur flndt ii iL.
body, tha impuritiea ol unbeallhy ecrrlwaliH,
j engender ami fn d dineu-, Ihui lltikit; ,nki
rnoi m uie iii.imuy. Aiuiniin proreit JrS.t
cioua it inuy bo iut.ru al ull timn wlih p,,rct
rafety, us il cmituina no otverfiil draiio dritf i
dibihtate tlie ajatem, or inimriil woaloraa
I Ik' coiisiiliilion.
Prepur" d nud rotd by A.H. &. I). SANDS, IW
Fulton at , New York. I'rico 91 per buttle.
nix b lllea for $.
O" Kcud the advertikemrnl ia aimlbft ealam.
!o!d by Da. S'I KKI.E, Or-gm Cil, ttd r
liriiggia'a jr. nen.l y.
SOIIIUI. ItlllU'inlia uiiln nnt.ll ...i.. 1
KniMuiuuiiii. iivm.f f, nt r inon ... I
- v w, ,i,OU n!l U1IH uccn
luted by some,) it is urobuble that this
ir i.d i, i . . ..
"j vunusnjr iu snow Wlietlict
Mr. .Francis belongs to tho " flying artil
lery,' he can Imvo lus curiosity satisfied by
culling down tins way.
ui mil ur uu.l, All llliu cnv, mo uay
was very pleasantly obsorrcd by tho chil
dren and their friends. The Band of Hope
lormed u line procession, at tho Sons of
Teniperuiico Hall, and marched to the
Congregational Church, where some appro
priute speeches wero miide; after which.
they went to tho grounds neur the Baptist
tliureh, where a bountiful pieuic wns pro
vided, and several hours were passed in
cheerful amusements, to the great gratifica
tion or the little folks. Tho Rival made
an excursion to Vancouver, carrying about
400 passengers, who cunio back nt an ear
ly hour, highly delighted with the trip.
At Villein, thero wos an immense con
course of people larger probably than
was ever assembled at any place in Or
egon. Wo learn that Col. Rakers oration
was very excellent, fully sustaining his
Our neighbors at Portland, we are soiry
to learn, (baled in their attempt to cele
brate. They made on pajr long pro
cession, but the people would not come and
form it. Judge Williams prepared an ad
mirable address of course, but the audi
ence would not come to hear it, and so the
whole affair turned out a failure. Better
luck next time.
Vaxcouvku Cnnoxii i.K. Wo have re
ceived the first number of a paper pub
lished nt iincoitver, W. P., under the
above title, by L. K. V. Coon and John
M. Murphy. Tho Chronicle is well print
ed, got up in good style, and Is furnished
at $3 per unnuni in advance. Tlio editor-
inl department is under the control of Mr
Coon, who will doubtless oiiinago it with
tho suiiic ubility ho displayed iu the col
umns of tho Roscburg Express. We
think, however, n decided improvement
could bo made by his discarding tho use of
the outlandish terra " conduction."
- - .'
Comkt. For a week or more pnst, whon
it is not cloudy, a comet cm be plainly seen
m tho north west part of tho heavens, with
a welt-Uehncd tail. It is vinible till about
tcu o'clock. As this is the year in which
astronomers look for the return of tho bllt 110 mua ovcr cllal'b,(iJ tllllt. profess- where it wns found she had taken a boat,
great comet known as Charles tho Fifth's ,0I,H caPcl'y. 0" lls citizen dealing with B0lle "P the river. Could a mnu do
ns neighbors, ho would depart from the
Scriptural command. At homo he live-
liko a gentleman of modest means and
simple tastes. A good-sized house of
wood, simply but tastefully furnished.
proverbial.' He is n regular attciidunt
upon religious worship, nud though not a
communicant, is a pew-holder nud liberal
supporter of the rresbytriun Church iu
Springfield, to which Mrs. Lincoln belongs.
He is a scrupulous teller of the truth too
exact in his notions to suit tho ntmosphen
or W ushington as it is now. His enemies
may say tliut he tells Rhiek-Republienn lies;
the man went home. His wife wns gone
With her she had taken tho youngest child
Four children! were in bed, sleeping the
sleep of unconscious innocence. Cut not
a rag of their clothes was left nil having
Icon burnrd ' by the unnatural mother.
It was a God's blessing that tho children
themselves wero not burned too. Tlie fu"n-
cious woman' was tracked to Cnncmah,
MultulCi l.tre Pttlh-Tlio high and eiritj
c-eli briiv wbk-h thia pri-eiuiiieul nirdrinf aatr
quirvd lor jta iiivuri:bli ifli,i.cy iu all tin sWaaia
which it profewea to i-ure, lms tendered lilt anil
iimclii e of onlpiilHlioua piilfinj not aula annam.
I Miry but unworthy of lliein. Tliey are tami
by tlior Iruilx; lhe:r (ihkI worse tmtiijr fmibta,
uml lhe Ih.ivu not by I lie fuilh of llie eredoloo.
Ill nil ensra of ciwiivciiiaa, dYapepniii, bilieaial
liver atk'Ctione, pilea, rlirllumt alii. lerr raand a(,
o:.l!iia',e beiiil-nnhin, uml all gemral A-nuff-mental
or health, tlirao l'illa Imvo iiivariabivpiani
a crluiii and vely teiniily. A aiijle inalaill
plueo llie I -lie I'nla beyond the reach of compeiiua
in Hie nlinniii.il of every pmieiit.
Dr. Aloliiu'a I'liccnix ii.lU-ra will be fuaaJteail-
lv . llu.Aiti.illu 1.1 l.il .t..M t.t ll.m'A.M JaKiI.H. Jn.
prp'iu, heuducho, the aiek neiw incident I kanleJ
in ib I cute lieullb, un.l evt ry kind uf wakneaa!
llie illeoativo ? e mm. l or ealo bv Dr. W. B.
MOI'KAT. 33) Hmadway, New Vmk, laikf
Meiliuino Deulera and J 'rugglila (twnlir
ibroiijjhoiit thi-count ry. ij
l)ysiepla, Vcver and Ate, ladlintUa.
Sour Sloinm-h, lb art lltirn, Water Itraah, Kil
lioiiaiiem, Liver Cou i'laiul, Avidity, Kilulfiitf,
.Imindive, I'limine rf I'liiiinle. tick llridicti,
j Lose of Appelilo, I'Viimle C'i inplnioii, Cpjueaon
nutr r.ui ng. uciienu I'l'oiiny. ulc. arrn-wij.Ti-
fi-ciuully und eurrly cuied by llie UXYGLV
A'l'KL) BITTKRS. . , ..
less than advertise such a wife? Oregon is
a great country.
body now so rapidly coming iu sight, is
the long looked-for stranger.
Demxqi-ext.--E. M. Hall, Ilarrisburs
(Thurston) P. O., Linn conntv, owes this
OMce $14 for subscription.
Ixdiax Attack. Mr. Harvey has shown snrronded by trees and flowers, is his own,
us a letter from tho Dalles, from which we and there ho lives, at peace with himself
ll'lirn lliflt. a tmii.l nf itnL-i tii.l;....? ..t....l-...l t!to tilnl nT lite f.in.ilt. n,..l 1.:.. 1 ...
. vi i. niinu iiiuiuva Hllill .... .vi v. ..in iiiiiiu, uuu lxJi iioiicalv. I t , . . .
n . o -.i. . . -t.. , . . , , . ' I" bnniioeg, on the IDili June, 18iil'. bv John
dpt. Smiths command near Harney ability, and patnot.sm, the admiration of D- (Word, jmk, ofihereace, Mr.Wuei L
litike. iliey were beutcu oft", howevor mscountrvnicu.
without loss to tho troops.
had several killed.
" What say the Democracy of Clacka
mas to their slanderers?" Adams and
JlolurooK.J Delusion Medium.
Answer Foster 3."G
ft- ine first annual fair of the Clacka
mas County Agricultural Society, will be
held at Oregon City on the 27th aud 28th
or September, 1800. We will publish the
list of premiums ond committees next week.
JeiT Gen. Harney paid our city a visit
last week. He sailed ou the last steamer
for Washington City.
ft- We must not forget to thank our
young friends of the Band of Hope for
their jolly salutations as they passed our
oflic on the Fourth. Their cheers were
most welcome, and we assure them that
they have our best wishes for their happi
ness and comfort all through their lives.
They have began well; ami we hope they
never will forget the lessooi of temperance
and morality which kind frieuds art now
teaching tbea. '.
Sr$ Under the head of "Krrors Cor
rected," the Charleston Mercury has the
"It is supposed that the seceding dele
gates from tha Charleston Convention
adjourned their meeting over to Richmond.
They will, therefore, upiear in the Rich
mond Convention, which will only be their
This is a mistake. The seceding dele
gates adjourned their meeting tint die.
They will meet no more as seceding dele
gate. If any of them apear in Richmond,
it will be by a new nppoiuttuent from the
I propte to go to tlie Uicbmond Convention,
j The Richmond Convention is an ordinal
convention), called by the proposal of the
erveuniB; uetegaics irora the Charleston
Convention, and will consist only of those
who agree tiuie. m yuritt. upon nude lit
the Committer on Kx-rUm.n. ;., .!. . . '
! Icston Convention." - - --.j
If Mr. Lincoln is elected Pnsidciit, he
will carry but little that is ornnmoi.t.il to
tho White House. The country must ac
cept his sincerity, his ability, nnd his hones
ty in tho mold in which they are cast. He
will not be able to niuko ns polite a bow
as Frank Fierce, but ho will not commence
anew the agitation of the Slavery question
by recommending to Congress any Kunsas-
JU'bruska bills. , Ho may not preside at
tlio I residential ainners with the ease and
graeo winch distinguish the "venerable
public functionary," Mr. Bucbaiian; but ho
will not create the necessity for a Covode
Committee nnd the disgraceful rcvtlutions
of Cornelius Wcudell. Ho will take to the
Presidential chair jnst tho qualities which
the country now demands to savo it from
impendiug destruction ability that no
man can questiou, firmness that uoihing can
overbear, honesty that never has been
impeached, and patriotism that never de
Clark lo Mia. Christina Parish both of Yumhiil
In thla city. ,lu!v lSi;n nf ..,.,. r-.,...
Paine, ain of S. W. AIa. itA S ,..!
4 Months, ; ,
Little Charlie" alnmbera aweetly,
rellitif alonna and liov, ling tempests
Cannot reach his li'ule head.
Sweet ufllction drops tear 1
O'er the apot where " Chnrtio" lies, '
Angela whisper, " Look up yonder,''
ruini ng upward to llie skies. com.
IS hereby given that my wife CnAaLorra ha
absciided from mv irsdnifn. iw;n
child with her. All persona are hen-by warned
p.it Ui harbor or trust heron my account, as I w.ll
pay uo debts of her contracting.
I.. I.. itrn io i . . .
uui, i, io.u-i.wj JAMES CHIM
(OLD rosT OFFICE,)
BUYS all lind of
Cktrrie; Apple; e fe..
ells all kinds of
Nut; Orange,, Fig; Raiaint, Candle;
dune lli, ISS8, (
Horn j etifT red fr fifteen yeara with l)pa.:a
in its worst form, aud having coneulted wilt tbi
beat rhysivians, and tried ever) thing roeemmaaiW
without relief, I wus induced lo try ih OXYGE
NATED BITTKHS, and bi for 1 had taken
bottle, I found myself much belter, and coiliaieJ
tak'ng tliein, until I wus en: in ly cured, and ar
enjoy as gil l eitltli us aver 1 did ia mj Id. I
take great plcusut a in n cuinim iding llie" l
who are similarly aflbcted. Jams Lusubmc
Tho OXYOHNATED BITTERS are-eld ia
California by Red'nirtnn 4.CV, Henry JelioM
Co., Charles Morrill, 8un Francisco; It. H.Me
Ponuld & Co., Socrntm-iito; Klee, Cofia
Marysvillej Smith it Davis, Porlliind,Oreia.
T 1ST OF LETTERS remaining in llnra.
J Ollice at Orogou City, dune M, 1W-
Burnartl H V 3
Lefebvre Monaieur H
MrClure Miu A
trtum. afr Ittrti
Stanley M '
Tina! Settlement' .
"VTOTICE ia hereby Riven thai J- T. 'fT
XI ann. adminiatrator of the eatate of ''"Jj
Moore, dee d., late of Clackamaa Co., Stilt
egon, ha filed his accounla for final eltlewaM'
the firrt Monday in August next ia appi'i"1
the nomination of the earn at th eovn--MI'
Oregon Cily io aaid county.
June 26, 18li0-12w4 CouairJ"
Thk Womex and Wipdisos. Ain't it Stationery, 'Newsnaners. Periotli
rious weildin' is never out of women's enU Xnvll- t
ads They never think of nothiu'eU . ', . . , ' CtC'
A young gal is always thinkin' of her own!
gX".-r tht Sa Fr"fif Bulletin mni
- .a -
As soon a ah. U n,rr;,..l .1.. . .'u u".""''' " P'pera publiahed an Ik.
- asivu. sue ia am lli li -r I- I r an nr trmMww
makin' for her COnianions; and when she T All ki'nda . Produce Uugkt and acid an
a Kruiu uiaer, ner uarter s WedU:n' is tin- """"" June 30n6
11 mwi iigiu. un, ii mkes a jrreat studv
to Know a woman. II
Ask a young gal the
ot all the deaths in tl
Zn Justice's Court
btoteaf Oregon, I
County of Clackamaa,
TO JOSEPHINE PARAi
-TOU are hereby notified that a wril
A mcnt h-ia been iaaued againat yaav aa 5
property attnehed to mtiafy tb tom
Vinson amounting to aeaenly dollar ,
Xow uulen vo anoear before I. S. WLi
-HVV -'I II V m rill C I U IIHI - -
office in Lower Molall
day of Anguat, HfiO:
rocut will ta rendered agai
erty sold to pay lb debt.
Judo 23, 1S60.-1U4
IO SOU IVt ewm m-' .
Ila preciool,o !'"
i, at 10 a clock J1
I agaiual you, aad T!
tl.ti.k- A t.n. M..I I. I t i
....v.. o.iv uuii . .iuuuic nerseil a lion t marr .
ap. Ask an old woman, she'll tell yon of
all the marriatres, to make voo think she is
takin' mji iuterest in the" worli that she
iu't.- They certainly do beat all, do wo
men. tm Miei. . .
AT THE OREQOX CITY BOOK IT01
consisting of. ....
Standard Keligioua, AGsceHifr
lt are hareby oaallirtl to make payment, ami all i eOUS, EDU 1 OetlCil WOrM,
ow cunntn tlievare! vOTICE herrbr siveu thai th. nnrf..;-4 i
news, she'll tell yoo h "doly appointed exacatorof the ea-
e nh.ee. to nioV vn yoh" "p, d-c d, bit at aaek.ma. e... '
. I Mat of Oregon. A n Deraone iD.leln.l i. :J I
wuwfte PKTBienL Ind all 1 CUUS. BUU A. UCMWU - ' ,
rn na harm: claim, agan. th. d deed , Waver V Ulld DlckeH9 N1
niwt pment them to the undersigned at hi. ren- . "VeIV nU fKKUO'' -
Stationery, of all kinds
rnmua in aia ciit wiiha ana year from luia
-, wejF vui a. inreser bvr,.