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Ecobnb, City, Mar. 29, 1862.
R. II. Parsons, dear bib : As you have ac
cepted of the nomination for J. P. of tho Re
publican party at their late precinct convention
in this place, I have no further need of your
services as Deputy Clerk. I dare not keep you
longer employed or those who support me
would discard mo, and they would serve me
1 only regret that men are so dishonest to
themselves as to court the favor of that party
which they deem to be in the majority, that
they may be the recipients of public favor.
1 have favored you, Mr. Parsons, as you well
know, notwithstanding the censure of some of
my best friends ; and in return for all this you
perhaps take pleasure in placing me In an un
pleasant position before my friends. I must say
that 1 always doubted your faith to the Demo
cratio party. But we forbear.
Come in some evening and we will square our
books for aye.
I am very truly yours, etc.,
J. J. Blevass.
; . ook Ctrv, April 7 th, 1802.
J. J. BtEvAKs Dear Sir : Your communica
tion of March 29th is before me, having received
it this morning, nine days after its date. Why
jou resorted to that mode of communication, 1
suppose is best known to yourself, and as you
ihave opened the correspondence, I suppose you
expect me to close it. You say I accepted the
momination for Justice of the Peac from the
Republican Convention : that I deny. If you
.had said the nomination came from the Union
jarty, should plead guilty to the charge,
Ao-ain. vou sav "I dure not keep vou longer em
ployed' for fear of the just wrath of your friends
from whom you expect support in the coming
election. If your friends forsake you on such
fliinsey excuses, your chances for re-election, in
my estimation, are poor, indeed. Again, Xou
charge me with dishonesty, and, also, with conrt-
ine favor with the majority party, with regard
to my political honesty, I refer you to the mem
bers of the once great, but now defunct, Demo
cratic party. As for my courting favors of the
majority party, or ony other party, I deny.
The best posted politicians in the country are
in doubt, whether the Union or dis-Union party
will cast the greatest number of votes at the
coming election. You believe the party from
which you received the nomination for County
Clerk to bo in the majority. Why, then accuse
me of courting favors f Again, you say " I have
favored ycu, Mr. P., as you well know." 1
beg lenve; sir, to ask in what way 't Is not
" the laborer worthy of his hire ?" If you have
ftvored me, have not my sorvices been equal to
tho emolument ? And farther, don't you think
my services were as necessary to you, and of as
4nuch importance as the favors you extended to
me 1 Again, you say, " I have always doubted
jour faith to the Democratic party." Well that
is cool! I would ask, how far back does your
Democratic record extend? It would be better
for you to question the Democracy of some young
man. one of vour own ate. I have crown old
4tntf gray in the Democratic ranks, and though
my record is of fifty year's standing, it is quite
-clear, lint enough lor aye. J I. II 1 arsons.
Remarks. It is more to tho interest of a far
greater part of tho people to have a thing right
.than to have it wrong, and, therefore, in a coun
'try whose government is founded on the system
of election and representation, the fate of every
party is decided by the acts of its representa
tivo leaders as well us by its principles. As this
system is the only form and principle of govern
mcnt by which liberty tan bo preserved, it nec
essarily follows that to have the representation
'right the election or selection must be right, and
'that where the election is a fiction, the represent
ation is a fiction also. " Like will produce like."
31 r. Blevans, in removing Mr. Parsons, does
.not present, as his reasons for the act, that Mr.
Parsons was incompetent or unqualified, but
simply by retaining him his re-election would bo
injured. The inquiry to be settled by the poople
is, what are tho facts in litis case as regards their
interest? Mr. Blevans, a young man without
experience in the forms of county business, and
ior that r?asm incompetent to perform the duties
of his office, was, some two years since, elected
Clerk of this county. On account of Mr. Par
sons' knowledge of the business of that office he
was employed by Mr. Blevans as his deputy,
during the time of his employment he was the
instructor of Mr. Blevans, and in Mr. Blev
4ins' absence has attended to the entire duties of
the office. He has received as remuneration for
such services but bare one half of the price paid
or the amount of recording done by himself,
and nothing for instruction, nor for attending to
the current business of the office during the ab
sence of the Clerk. . Heretofore, when Mr. Brat
tain was Clerk, he allowed full pay for all the
recording done by his assistant, and only exacted
in return that in his absence, which seldom oc
curred, the deputy should attend to the other
business as the occasion might require. This,
we believe, has always been the usage in this
county when tho office was in the hands of effi
It will be seen from Mr. Parsons' letter that
the letter of his dismissal was written a number
of days prior to being banded to him. At the
time of receiving this letter, Mr. Parsons had
been out of the office for near or quite two weeks,
having been indirectly ejected by notices given
by the Clark to outsida individuals to have
nothing to da with Mr. Parsons in the transact
ing of business in the office, and at the same
time not informing Mr. Parsons that he was not
' During this time a new and inexperienced
deputy was appointed who had to apply to Mr.
Parsons for instructions how to attend to some
important business of the office. The plain
deductions from these transactions which interest
the people, are, that a good and competent man
is turned from his pv to give ptare to the ine
the oerienced and unoualified. His duties Mere to
do with very important records, eto., the proper
making and transacting of which is of vast im
portance to the welfare of this community and
those who may do business with it, now and for
generations to comet It is done because his
deputy, a man of years and understanding, con
scious of the full and complete destruction of
p. st political parties, has wisely chosen in the
time of his country's peril, to stand by her,
come weal or wo. For thus electing ho is driven
in a strange and unmanly manner from his post
of public service, and accused of " dishonesty,"
treachery and injustice. Where are our interests
as a people t Has our election become, like
a representation a farce t Are the masses
again to become willing dupes, and the innocent
suffer with the guilty 1 It is our duty to hope
and labor on, and though the malignant mind,
like a jaundiced eye, sees everything through a
false medium of its own creating, and the light
of heaven appears staiued with yellow to the
distempered sight of tho one, aud the fairest
actions have the form of crime in' the venomed
imagination of the other. Yet we are glad in
the belief that light is about to overcome dark
ness and error, and that the days of coxcombs
and peacocks, to use no harsher epithets, are
numbered in this county.
PARTIES AND ORGANIZATIONS.
" An occasional thinker," in the Sacramento
Union, criticising the " manifesto" of Hon. D.
D. Colton, makes the following sensible remarks :
Hon. D. D. Colton, Chairman, eto. Sir : If
the telegraphio synopsis of your recent letter is
correct, I, as a humble member of that great
Democratic party of which yon are, in this State
tho present executive head, protest against your
reasoning, your conclusions, and against the party
followini! the course vou recommend.
Taking it for granted that every real lover of
the .f ederal Union noids trial ine rebellion must
be crushsd out and extirpated to the utmost fiber
of its very root ; and that if to do this it is nec
essary to follow " the last man to the last ditch,"
that then that must be followed to that ditch,
and be there convinced that the Union is a per
petuity that it is one and indivisible, now and
forever. Taking, I say, sir, for granted, that this
doctrine would be tho inudsils upon which any
Democratic Convention we could gather together
would erect its platform, I ask you and my other
fellow Democrats what good can we accomplish
by a present distinct party organization that we
cannot much more easily and surely effect by
throwing off, or rather laying aside for tho time
being, our party badges and making a common
cause with ull our fellow-citizens who think with
us that the question, " Shall the rebellion be
crushed and the traitors be taught their duty ?"
is tho fundamental one, the ono upon the affirm
ative to which depends all else; the future exist
ence not only of our party, but also of our na
tion. Is it reason, is it policy for us as a party
to stand and s'rugglo alone, with the chances,
two, five, ten, yea, a hundred to one against us,
in preference to dropping for the time our dis
tinctive organization, and thereby assuredly sav
ing our country and proving more perfectly than
ever that we, the great Democracy, are equal to
every emergency that arises T
Again, taking as I have said, the foundation of
our platform for granted, can we, as you seem
to assume we will, reach out the hand of good
fellowship and common cause to a faction whose
leaders have recently, under the sanctity of a
solemn oath, declared that their sympathies are
all with the rebels and the rebellion 1 It is ut
terly impossible, sir. You will find the entire
rank and file of our party and nine tenths of its
leaders will recoil from the contact. Wo do not
and cannot be drilled, to look upon this was as
a Republican war. It should have been crushed
in its incipiency by a Democratic Administration.
And it would never have made a ti:ark on tho
page of our history further than some half dozen
btato trials would have stumped the stigma that
now hangs upon the name ot Aaron burr, upon
a few traitors of our own times, had not we, you
and I aud the Democracy of the country, sir,
been deceived in putting an imbecile and unpo
tent, if not wicked, old man in the Presidential
chair. No, sir, this is not a war of the Republi
can party. It is a war of the nation. A fight
for national existence. A struggle to strike
down the hands which are plunging daggers at
the national heart. A national Administration
so recognized it. A Republican President has
given us a Democratic Secretary of War. Mc
Clellan and a majority of the other Generals, as
well as of the troops in the field, are Democrats.
And it is just that it should be so, for we, as a
party, are in a great measure responsible to God
and man for the war. Had not Buchanan sur
rendered himself with Democratic traitors it
would not have occurred. And being thus in a
a measure responsible for bringing on this con
test, is it proper, sir, Tor you or 1, or any true
hearted, earnest lover of the Union, to be willing
that party bickerings and political squabbles
shall be brought into the arena to hamper end
trammel the progress of our national flag in its
advance towards supremacy over that portion of
our land from whence it was torn by treason T
Yet, there being but the one fundamental ques
tion, what effect other than this can the mainten
ance of this organization of the two great politi
cat parties have t
Tub Union Candtdates of Benton county will
address the citizens of said county as follows :
Inlow School House, Soap creek precinct,
Monday May 26 ; Kings valley, Tuesday 27 ;
Matzger's Mill, Wednesday 28 ; Ebenezer
Church (Belknap settlement), Thursday 29;
Monroe, friday 30; Corvains, Saturday 31.
Speaking will commence each day at 1 o clock
At a session ot the G. Di of the S. of T. of
Oregon, held at Dallas, April 2 tth, the follow
ing officers were present: T. Wilber, P. G. W.
P.; W. R. Dunbar, G. S. A. Shreve, G. C.
Absent: C. P. Crandall, G W P; R. Gemmil,
G W A; F. L. Raymond, G T; II. C. Small,
G Chap.; S. L. Coon, G Sen. W. Cranston was
appointed P G W P pro tern. It was resolved
that Jacob M. Mendcnhall, W. Gillam, J. L.
Cleary, and R. Oregon Dunbar, be authorized to
act as D G W P's east of the Mountains during
the summer. The report of the G S showed the
finances of the order to be in good condition,
and a gain in membership since October 1st,
1801, of eighty members. The next session to
be held in Salem, commencing October 9, 18G2.
A spirited Temperance meeting was held in the
evening in the M. . Church, which was address
ed by Prof. Rowland, F. Wilber, Prof. Lafol
lett and others. W. R. Dunbar, G. S.
- C E. Chrisman, or some one of the Union
nominees of Lane county, will address the' citi
zens on tho issues of the day at the following
times and places :
Siusclaw, Wednesday, May 21 Spencer, Thursday, Muy 22
Richardson'. Friday, " 23 Brice's, Saturday, " 24
Willamette, Monday, " 26 Springfield, Tuea. ' 27
Pleasant Hill, Wed'. " 28 Coast Fork, Thur. " 2'J
Eugene City, Sat. " 81
The citizens of Mohawk, Camp creek and Fall
creek will please attend at Springfield, and those
of Lost Valley at Pleasant Hill, and of Long
Tom at Brice's precinct on the day of speaking.
Mr. Robert Cochran, or any other ono of the
opposing candidates are invited to attend and
speak alternately. The speaking to be at the
usual places of holding elections, aud to com
mence at 1 o'clock P. m.
will address the
Dallas, Folk: Co.,
of the State Union Convention
citizens of Oregon at
April 23 Lafayette, April 24
" 25 Corvallis, 26
" 23 Eugene Citi-, " 29
" 30 Youcalla, ' May 2
May 8 Rosebnrg " 6
" 6 Kirbyville, " 8
" Jacksonville, " 12
13 Harriaburg, - 19
" 20 Albany, " 21
" 22 Sublimity, " 23
" 24 Silverton. " 26
" 27 Oregon City, " 28
" 29 Portland, " 80
" SI Dalles. June 8
In Harrisburg, on the 12th inst., of putrid tore throat,
Joseph W., son of S. T. and E. C. Church, aged one year
eleven months andtwentv-four days.
Opposing candidates are invited to attend and
Is Town and Oct. The Newburyporl (Mass)
Herald says : A gentleman recently changed his
residence from Newbury to Newburyport, who
in doinz so did not move out of the bouse, or
change a thing in it. There is another house
similarly situated, in which the dividing line of
the town runs through a bedroom occupied by a
man and his wife ; and the bed is so situated that
the man sleeps in the town where he votes, and
his wife sleeps in the city.
AGENTS FOR THIS STATE REPUBLICAN.
The following named gentlemen are authorized to re
ceive and receipt for money on subscription to the Ripcd-
San Francisco, California, . Charles A. Crane.
Portland, Oregon, Logan ft Shattuck.
Oregon Citv, W. C. Johuson.
Lafayette, Yamhill county, - John Cummins.
S-.'.'.em, Oregon, ....... 3.C. Cartwright.
Silvcrton, .......... W. R. Dunbar.
Albany, D. TV. Wi!:eficl(l.
Corvallis. - ----A. O. Hover.
Eugene City, J. M. Gale.
Roseburg, - J. H. Rogers.
Jacksonville, - J. R. Hoditen.
Ashland, - - - - J. M. McCall.
Traveling Agent, ...... M. G. McCarty.
Postmasters are also requested to receive and forward
subscriptions. Mony may be lent through the mailt at our
J. B. Underwood,
OTARY PUBLIC, will punctually attend to all bus
iness entrusted to bis care.
7-tf Eugene City, Oregon.
A DEEP BAY, middle-sized American horse; about five
years old, with a small star in his forehead, and some
saddle marks. Any person taking him up and returning
him to the subscriber will be liberally rewarded.
A. W. PATTERSON.
Eugene City, May 8th, 1862. 18-tf
Notice to Absent Defendant.
rpo WILLIAM POLLARD: You are hereby notified
1 that unless you appear in the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon, for the county of Lane, on tho fourth Monday
(27th day) ot October, next, 162, and answer the complaint
of Commodore P. Wilson, Pl'tf, which has been tiled with
the Clerk of said court, and prays for judgment against
you for $135, besides interest and costs, the same will be
taken for confessed, and the prayer thereof will be granted
by the court. By order of Hon. K. E. Stratton, Judge.
S. ELLSWORTH, Pl'ffs Atty.
Dated, March 90, 1862. 11-Sm
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HISTORY OF THE WAR OF 1861.
DESCRIPTIVE, STATISTICAL AND DOCUMENT
ARV. Editt'd by Hon. E. U. Sqikb.
Late Minister of the United States to Central America.
This work U published in Semi-monthlv Numbers ; its
MAMMOTH SIZE allows of the largest Engraving, audit
coutaint a complete epitome of the war in which the coun
try is involved, with all the Facts, Scenes, lucident and
Anecdotes connected with it, arranged chronologically,
forming a eotemnorary and permanent History of the time.
All Olticial and important Documents, emanating North
or Sontb, appear in full, with complete and autheutio ac
counts aud Illustrations of oil the striking Incidents of the
war; together witn ttie rortraitaot Leading u nicer ana
Statemeu. Plans aud Views of Fortiticutiont. Maps, etc.
The Pictorial History of tho War of 1861, is invaluable
to Families, for in its inagniticentlv illustrated pages, even
children eon trace the course of events, while at a work of
Reference for all classes, its value and importune must
increase with evory year. In its completed form It will be
on of the most magnificent Historical Political Works
ever issued irom any press in tne world.
Each number i exquisitely printed on fine, thick paper,
in large, clear type, and it stitched in a cover with a beau
tiful Illustrated Title Page.
Ten number have been published, containing upward
of 250 Engravings, and matter equivalent to 23o0 octavo
Published every fortnight. Txaut 25 eenlt per num
ber. Two dollar will secure the first Eight numbers. The
usual discount to trade. FRANK LESLIE, Publisher,
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A N INSTITUTIONS being formed in this place to be ex
X Vclusivly devoted to the advancement of icikxci in Ibis
country, and especially of the physical or naturul sciences
which requires, as basis, a MUSEUM, or collection of
specimen in tne various departments, tucn aa liotany,
Geology, Zoology, Oology, etc. therefore all person are
invited to assist by collecting and tending u such speci
mens as they may be able tu obtuiu.
Skin of all kinds of animals wanted, whether common
or rare, whether feathery or hairy. If persons do not wish
to spend their time in removing the skin, tend ut the bird
or animal and we will attend to it ourselves. In skinning,
the bones of the head and legs should be lelt, alter dis
placing the akin tullicieiitly to remove the tlesh, eyes, etc,
As the skull is also a fuir index to the structure', nature
and habits of animals, a collection of them, of all kinds,
whethtr they be of things which walk, crawl, fly or swim,
are wanted. Entire skeletons would be preferred.
UUSllbLS or birds eggs wanted, this coming spring
and summer, to assist in the perfection and study of
the new science of Oology eggs ot even the moat common
kind of birds. A description of the nest, its position and
structure, also of the kind of bird and the time when it
lavs its eggs, are necessary, and should be accompanied by
tne neau aua wing 01 tne uiru.
Rocks of all kinds wanted, especially those containing
fossils, the different kinds of nietuls, etc.
Plants of all kinds, with their flowers, collected and pre
served in herbariums, whether described or not, are also
Those interested In the progress of science in this coun
try will fiud this o favorable opportunity for rendering
Iheir assistance ; and to the young especially, we would
tuv, you cannot engage in a more interesting' and laudable
enterprise than making collections of the desired speci
mens. Specimens of all kinds designed for tho Museum may bo
left at the office of the Stati Kkpcblican, and all addresses
should be to HENRY CUMMINS, Eugene City, Oregon.
Feb. 8, lMiSz.
CHARLES A. CRANE,
Cor. Washington & Sansome Streets,
Government House Up-Stairt.
Building Lot irom 110 to t200 Each.
Also, 60 Vara Lots and Entire Blocks of Tteau
hful Garden Land!
IX THE CITT AND COCXTT OP BAN FRANCISCO,
on the lin of tb Son Jo Railroad, ot the West End
lepnt. Th till is absolutely PERFECT, being a Spanish
Grant, finally confirmed and patented by the United State.
Th Shatter Bill res pert this Title; thClty Authorities
respect it ; the District Court aad Supreme Court of the
United State respect it. Beside tb TuU Aa bm formr
fsuVtX bfu ttnml Dm nd JudmtiU (As City. So
that there i not even cloud or a shadow upon it. Who
ever purchase ona of these lot will buy a lot and not a
Office No. 1 Naglee' Building, corner of Montgomery
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E. W. TRACY'S
W. TRACY will continue the Express from PORT
LAND to JACKSONVILLE, with the following
OFFICES AND AGENTS.
Charman k Warner.
F. X. Matiiieu.
Williams ft Lippencott.
Bell i Brown.
' - - E. Fox.
II. M. Ellsworth.
Lord, Peter A Co.
A. R. Flint.
Hideman, Wollenberg A Co.
, C. K- Heekman.
E. W. TRACY.
WELLS, FARGO Jb CO'S EXPRESS.
WELLS, FARGO ft CO. HAVE EXTENDED THEIR
VANCOUVER, CASCADES, DALLES,
WALLULA, WALLA WALLA, LEWISTON,
0ROFIN0, PIERCE CITY, ELK CITY,
and the SALMON RIVER MINES.
A list of Agent will be published soon a practicable,
and each Agent will be furnished with a commission speci
fying his authority and the extent to which he will be
bound by bis acta, which will be nnblicly exnosed in his
otlic for th inspection of those doing business with us.
WELl-i, FARGO ft CO.
E. W. TRACT, Superintendent for Oregon and Wash
ington Territory. 14 tf
EEDINGTON & CO'S
Superior Teast Powders.
WARRANTED to make Light Sweet and nutritious
Einally adapted to T.OA VE. HOT BISCUIT, RUCK
WHEAT, ASH OTHEH CAKKS OISU&KBHEAD,
ASD CAKES OF ALL KIXDS.
Warranted fully equal to any in th market.
Ask for RED1NOTOX ft CO'S YEAST POWDERS, aad
take ao other, if you would bav niformly goad broad.
Manufactured and told tt wholesale, by
REDIHGT0K ft CO.,
tod 411 Clay St.. Sta Francisco
A healthy, pure, invigorating AVnerienn Drink,
peculiarly adapted tor a Southern or Trop
ical Climate, and strongly recoinendeft
aa a family stimulant by thernosj
eminent Medical Men in tho
United States and Europe.
The Proprietor of this truly celebrated beveraue. in his
long exnerieuce as one of the larirest Ininnrters of first-
class Wines and Liquors in the city of New York, hat Ions
leu ine want mat existed in every lamtiy, ot a ionic, wnicu
cotild be used with benefit, by every household, from tho
child to the adult, and in compounding this beverage, bit
aim bat been to use only the purest material, with the most
rttherekt flavoring, thereby fully established the fact, that
a vast degree of benefit accrue from the use of thit stimu
lant, in comparison with the vile compounds to extensively
manufactured and foisted on the public, under the endorse
ment of a paid analytical certilicute.
In the Atlantic States, Ihia truly National Drink super
sedes the use of all others ever introduced to the Amenctn
Eublic, in addition to which it it now extensively used in
urope. The Kings of Belgium and Sardinia have both
ordered snpplies, from samples sent direct to our -Consuls,
as has also the eiV of the French Court, as well a th
highest circles in London, Liverpool and Antwerp ; in fact,
it i adapted to all climates and classes, but more particu
larly to the South, the proprietor having always the grand
object in view of producing a cordial which would materi
ally arrest any disease, incidental to a bot climate, while
be guarantees that the regular use thereof will etlectualy
prevent any of those symptoms, habitual in a trip to or a
residence in the Seuth.
The ntir press of New York, from actual experience,
sttust to tile value of this del'cious Family fnvigorator.
JOHN O. Or.D.VER,
Inventor and Proprietor.
Abbott ft Oldman, Agents, .
18-Sm toD Front street, San Francisco.
Dr. William Hall's Balsam for the Lungs
CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, NIGHT SWEATS, SPIT
TING Blood, colds, cough, influenza,
PAIN IN THE SIDE, AM) ALL DIS
EASES OF THE LUNGS.
Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam fur the Lungs, in til cases givet the
best of safisfacflon.
Dr. Wm. Hull's Kalsam for the Lungs, hat wrought mora
curet since it) introduction than any other cough medi
cine. Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam for the Lungs, is endorsed by your
leading physiriant a the safest and best remedy now
before the public.
Dr. Wm. Hall s Balsam for the Lungs, is safe to use among
children, and yet powerful in cu.es of chronic pulmona
Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam lor the Lungs, brtbgs (i certificate
almost daily, of its wonderful cure in all part of tb
The more gtrikinc nroof the hitrinsie wnrth and excel
lence of DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM for the LUNGS, i
shown in th rapidity with which it becomes a general-
lavorue witn tne people. There is nothing or a similar
nature but what it cost into the shade when the Balsam boa
been thoroughly tested. The agents for its sale, the coun
try oTffr, in oruering nrw unpiirn, are rery eninusiaauo
in its favor, savins': " It is just the thinz : it act lik a
charm; it eflecta or truly magical."
Tb purchaser tboiilil be very particular to tsk for, and
take none but Dr. William Hall a Balsam for tb Lawg
which it warranted to giv satisfaction or tb money returned.
For sol by all Druggist., and bv
REDINOTON & CO.
Sol Agents, 4" and 411 Clay St., San Franeioeo,
4 TTORNEY and Connsnlor. V. S. Supreme Court aad
1. other courts. Office at Kuril Citv. Lane ennntv.
Oregnn. Also, tommiscnrof Drtdt fur New York, Con
necticut, etc. ju