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about 20,000 majority for the republican ticket.
Lefral tenders, 7UB0.
Contributions to tho Sanitary fund yostcrdny
anwnntod to between eight and ton thonsund
The returns from the following; named conn
tin, m far ae heard from, foot on hi follows for
Nevada, Low 2,334. Downey 1,204 i Sierra,
Low 715. Downey 887 1 8utter, ol ose ; Itiittc,
abont 300 for Low j Tehama. Low 4.W. Down
ey 304 i Shasta, Low 730, Downey 454 ; Sno
ramentn, Low's ma.jnrity.nbnut 'l.flOOj San
Franoisoo, Low'i majority abont 5,000.
' ? : Nbw Yoiik, Sept. 4.
The naval expedition that wai lent op the
Rappahannock failed to reaoh the point in
time. Gen. Kilpatrick was directed to move
with the cavalry division and operate in inch
manner at circumstances might revnire. In
acoordanoe with theio instructions, Kilpatrick
moved yesterday to the vioinity of Cnrlyn's
neck, where he captured gnnhoats Satellite and
Reliance, canting the rebel cavalry in the
neighborhood to precipitately ford the river.
Finding that no giinhaota appeared to engago
Rclianoe and Satelite, Kilpatrick ordered hit
batteries to open on the boats, which were
moved to the ihore opposite Carlyn'a neck.
Having no iteam up they were nnablo to es
cape, and were thoroughly riddled and can
never be oied by the enemy.
The enemy played upon our forsei for a ihort
time with a few Held piece without damage.
These boati were merely tngi altered for navy
Deierten now coming In report, Lee's army
la discussing anotlier raid acroM the Potomac
There muit be certain indication for certain
erpressioni dropped by those high In command
to warrant inch an assumption. Tl la reported
that Leo's army it again In excellent fighting
trim desertions are not at frequent as formerly.
Nrw York, fiept, 4.
1 The Now York Tribune's Wanhinglnn'i din,.',
patch says i It hat been ordered that the pre
minm of two dollar paid for accepted reoruitt
for regular army, thall glsn be paid for accept
ed negro recruiti. The Timet' Washington
dispatch says a distinguished officer in the
Army of the Potomac has sent word that Lee
has not given the slightest Indications of a pnr-
fiose to more hi) forcei. On the other band,
le ii waiting for remit of operation! of Roue
cram, GHmore, and Burnsiile. The opinion
prevaili among the moat intelligent officers that
if these operation he successful, Lee will pro
pone ternii, and endeavor to bring the war to a
A dispatch from Rosecrans' army report all 1
nuiet. From 40 to 50 deserters come into our
linei daily since tho army crossed the river.
The bridge at Bridgeport haa been repaired.
Traine are orosiing regularly. The country
south of the river is very rough and the roads
bad. 5k reconnoissanoe is tent out daily. A
rebel force still occupies in strong position.
Deserters think that there will be no light at
' Nkw York. 8ept. 4.
Neither the Navy nor the War Department
has any advices Irmn Washington. The Wash
ington Star of last evening says there Is no
reason whatever to anticipate the fall of
Charleston bclore the advent of the season in
which onr army can venture off Morris island
to points near the city without risking a greater
loss from the climate than the enemy's guns.
Onr present operations there are evidently pre
liminary to those which are to follow the ad
vent of that aeason, and are necessarily slow,
because the point of sacrificing as few of our
troops as possible, la being wisely kept in view.
Lravknwoktu, Sept. 3.
. From Albuquerque. New Mexico, papers of
August, we learn that Col. Kit Carson, with a
part of the 1st New Mexico regiment, had a
tight with the Navajo Indians beyond Fort
Canliy. The Indians were defeated, with a
loss of 15 killed, 20 wouuded, and many prisoners.
Cincinnati, Sep. 4.
Quite an exoitement was oreated nt Marion
last night over an arrest by the military author
ity of two men for tho murder of Lieutenant
Waterman. The civil authorities demanded
ther trial upon a writ of habeas corpus, but
the Provost Marshal, under orders from Oen.
Cox, refuted to surrender them. The militia
' bave been called into requisition to tuke them
New Yoiik. Sept. 4.
The following extraordinary statement is ad
dressed to the Timti, in w hich paper it appears
this morning i .
"Piih.adei.piiia, Sept. 1.
Having Juat returned from Richmond, whore
I have been for over one year. I wish you
would give the following publicity through your
Invaluable paper t I have, during my slay iu
Richmond, made the acquaintance of J. Lane,
Captain in the Confederate army, son of Uen.
Jo. Laue, of Oregon, who is well Informed,
and who assured me that (lie lata invasion of
the North hy Lee and Morgan was made upon
the earnest and undoubted representations of
that true Sonthern man, Vallandlgham. who
assured Jeff. Davis and his Cabinet that the
North was ripe for revolution, and only wailed
for the appearance of a Southern army to pro
claim for Jeff. Davis and forsake Lincoln. Val
landigham's representation were corroborated
hy the tone of tho majority of the Northern
Copperhead Journals, which sorely would not
denounce the Administration in boldly except
by an assurance of having the ma trough
in their favor."
New York, Sept. 4.
Bieamers City of the South nod Union have
arrived from Charleston liar. The Ironclads
had gone toward Sullivan's island. On the
81st, when abreast Moultrie they opened fire;
the fort replied assisted br batteries nu Sulli
van's island and Forts Wagner and Gregg.
Gilinore's butteries kept firing on Wagner.
Sumter waa silent, though the rebel flag still
waves) over the ruins. Result of the tight not
known at the time steamer left. Passengers
on the I'uion say Wagner was silenced and
monitors passed by Moultrie without hindrance
Fortress Monroe. Sept. 3.
The steamer Spaulding arrived from off
Morris island, Monday morning. The weather
had checked operations at Chailestnn. Every
thing was in r adinesa to coMinne attack toon
- as weather became favorable. When the
Spaulding left the Wehawkcn was shelling
Fort Gregg. On Saturday the rebels raited
another gun on the ruins of Sumter, hut It was
silenced the same day. '.Operations of Gil
wore progressed Vigorously. His approaches
are so near Wagner that combatants throw
shells and greuades at each oilier. Oil Wed-IH-edsr
we drove rebels from their rifle pits on
left of oar advance line and look 178 prisoners.
CntcAoo. Sept. 4.
' At the Vermont election held Tuesday, Jno.
B. Smith, republican, was elected (loveroor,
by from 6,000 to 6.000 majority. The State
Senate is unanimously republican and also three
Corretpoudrooe from Burnside's army, Aug.
28th, says the troop are in good spirits aud
eager to advance. Party of rvbels who had
captured some of onr men, were overtaken by
our cavalry and 60 captured. The cavalry
nder Col. Graham also intercepted some reb
els to-dty near Cumberland, who seemed to be
advancing for the purpose of mal.'iig another
raid low Keutucky. Graham beat them and
ClNCINKATI, Sept. 4.
The Commrtial'$ dispatch says this morn
ing Speedman was delivered to civil authori
ties by order of General Col. He is in the
sheriffs custody awaiting dispell ion of habeas
cwpos by Jodge Harnes. Provost Marshal
will not resist. Speediusn will be examined
before the Mayor on charge of shooting wllb
intent to kill Lieut. Waterman.
Rkiduewrt. Ala., 4.
" ' Baineide telegraphs be took Kingston on 2d.
Tart of Ninette's brigade went up Kingston
simultaneously with Burnside's army. Burn
aide says he met with but little serious opposi
tion. All East Tennessee exorpl Chattanooga
region is being evacuated by rebels and Is now
free, Everything wurkiug suleudidly with
both armies I every obstacle will beoisrcouie
In a few days. .
Vtn Tout. Sent. 4.
Scbtwoer Etta lately arrived from Nassau
ttiUl plus apples provee to be the pirate Retri
bution and was seized yesterday. Steamship
Fulton from Port Royal, Sent, ht.loft Charles
ton bar live in the afternoon. Samo day Gil-
moro had succeeded in mnnlng a parallel
against Wagner. Ironclads had been with
drawn from attack on Moultrie and batteries
on Morris Island. Charleston had not been
bombarded for ten days.
New Yoiik. sept. 4.
Gold unsettled throughout the dor. fluctua
ting from hour to hour, opening at l.'Ct. ad
vancing to 134J, then fulling to 1301. At 10
o'clock, it worked its way to 1331 and finally
closed at 131 1. Sterling was in sympathy with
gold throughout tho day ; other markets un
changed. BAN r hancwuu, nepi. ..
Telegrams received to-day by Gen. Wright
and Low from Secretaries Clmso and Stanton.
This is one of them :
To Hon. F. F. Low : Accept for yourself
and the loyal poople of California, my cordial
congratulations on the great victory Just
achieved. I hope to aend yon hack n speedy
response front Charleston. Gilmnre keeps
niovine on their works. Jlewa received within
the last hour leaves no room to doubt. His
troops arc in fine spirits, hit force ample, and
hit thill and energy unsurpassed. Storms have
for several daya prevented operations hy our
navy. Ilurntida la actively pressing forward
on ast Tennessee, Rosecranson Chuttnnnoga,
Banks and Grant busy. While our armies are
thus moving on the enemy's works, we rejoice
that California hai put in such a big lick at the
rebellion. J. M. B I A.M US
Yiikka, Sept, 5
Tho election in thia county has resulted In
the election or the entire republican ticket ex
cept Supervisor. Democratic candidate for
the Senate haa a majority of votes cast in the
rcounty, hut tho soldier vote beats him.
New York, Sept. 5,
Sterling nuiet, 4 tH4! I gold closed at illl
314. Government ttocka dull. Exports specie
to day iiWi,UbV.
The Paria correspondent of (he Advertiter
saya the queston in regaril to Arcli-JJulia Max
imilian is not yet decided, The programme
of one of the Ministerial papen is ns follows:
Mexican Triumvirate will he to construct a
Provisional Government for nun year, during
which lime peace may he citalilisheil through,
nut all the provinces, and regular working ail
ministration for the whole country organized,
By that time it will be seen how the war in the
United States is to terminate.aud then if it seeini
certain there will be a guaranteed perman
ence for a new order of things the Archduke
will start on hit voyage. There is no doubt
hut he has accepted the proffered throne. The
time of his acceptance ia of the very first im
portance, for events will probably forever pre
vent its nrgauizatinn.
Washington. Sept. 6.
The President lint ordered that executive
order, dated November 21st, 1802. prohibiting
exportation from the United States of anus,
ammunition or munitions of war. under which
commanders of departments were, by order of
tho Secretary of War, dated 12th of Mar,
lHfil, directed to prohibit the purchase and sale
for exportation of all horses and mules, aud to
take and appropriate to the use of the United
States, horses, mules and live stock destined
for exportation, that any arms heretofore im
ported into the United Slates, limy be re-exported
to place of nr'ginal shipment. Terri
bly bundled, but It means removal of the pro
hibition. Fortrksa Moniiok, Sept. 0.
A steamer from olf Charleston reports ev
erything progressing favorably. Sevenly-live
men in rebel rifle pits had been captured. Reb
el flag still floated over Sumter,
New Yoiik, Sept. 6.
Champion from Aspinwall has arrived.
Vl( khui'ho, Sept. 3.
Reports say that Johnston's army ia scattered
along the road betweeu Jackson aud Mobile
fur a hundred miles.
Fifteeu thousand of Pembortim's troops re
futed to report at Deruopnlit.
iilKMl'uiH, bent, ,i.
Advices from Steele's Arkansas expedition
to August 20th, and from Duvall Bluff to
August 31st, aro received. Davidson witli 810
men moved Irom Urownsville, August im,
and met 700 of the enemy who were posted on
an eminence difficult of access, which com
mands the maiu road. Heavy skirmishing
ensued. Casualties, uwing to the distance of
contending foroes, were light. Uur losses will
not exceed 25. On the morning of the 28th,
we commenced fulling hack. Tho rebel after
iroinn to opposite bank of Dayoti Meluc, fired
the undue WHICH was soon consumed, ine
enemy's loss during the fight was U0 killed
aim wounded, ana 'M prisoners, uur losa, wj
killed aud wouuded.
Cincinnati, Sept. fl.
A dispatch was received to-day nnunuuuing
that Hurniide had entered IViioxville, .Vptem
Nahiiville, Sept. C.
Governor Andrew Johnson has avowed him
self unequivocally in favor of the abolition of
slavery. He said the system of slavery had
proved baneful til the iniiiou by arraying itself
against the interests and institutions of the
people, aud tho lime had emue for ilt total
eradication. Ho believed slavery to be a
curse, and wanted to see it wiped out without
delay. His speech was enthusiastically ap
plauded by his heuiert. W
Nkw York. Sept. 0.
The steamer City of New York, from Liver
pool, it ill) dales In I he 2lith. lias arrived. The
committees of the emancipation society has
published a im-inorlal announcing that two
steamers designed for the Coiib'dciule service,
and constriiu'ed hp the hiiililors of tho Alaba
ma, were ready to sail on the 27th. and that
they would be received hy th" Florida, winch
as hovering on the coast. 1 Hey euil oil tho
Britisli government to promptly interfere and
apply the law with vijor.
New York, Sept. 7.
A dispatch from Headquarters A ny of the
Potomac to the Herald, dated August (Ith, says
pri nt.era deny that Lee is receiving largo re
inforcements. Ilsavtthat the rebel army is
Ii log depleted by desertion this i. confirmed
hy people who have oome inside our hues uear
the river, and of Culpepper, Passes have
been granted for over J KM) contrabands to go
to Washington since ur army came from Ma
ryland. There is scarcely a nigger slave to he
lound east of the mountains anil north of the
Ritppahatniiio't now. who is nt too old for serv
ice or too worthless to enjoy freedom. A pr
lion of Buford's cavalry crossed the river oil
Friday at V. 8. Ford, and traversed rebel
country for some distance overland, but saw no
rehel troops except a lew pickets wno lied
when our cavalry approached. It is thought
the eueuiy havu no troops, but a few pickets
between the Kitppahaiunick and Itapidan riv
ers. The sanitary condition of our truops is
improving rapidly with the return of cold weath
er. A iSuw uricaiis letter, dated August twin.
describing military and political silualiiui of
the D.partment nl the Smith, says the move'
ment ou Mobile has undoubtedly been aband
oned. There are no judications of suoh move
ment. The situation of aUairs in the army aud
nary seem to preclude Its pnasibihtr, I'rrnar
aliens are g:!iug forward wbk'h suggest a new
and lutrresliiig campaign, against Ilia tented
rate army, woo, mice the evaouslioii of lira-
shear city, have not been l.llo on sillier side of
the hay, aud along the ."et lio, where It Is an.
derstuod they aro concentrating for offensive
raid or Invasion, and have gathered at St.
Martinsville, Franklin anil Camp Hrtttrn.
Plan of rebel campaign ae slated by desert
era to be In contemplation, is to march into
La rourohe, once conquered ny vt eitiel aud
very recently lu the bauds of Bankt.
Chicauo, Sept, 7.
Steamer Planet arrived this morning with
news of steamer Sunbeam having foundered in
a tale near Eagle riter. take riuorrior, oa
2Hlli. All ou board, numbering 35, except
the wheelsman, were lost. He lashed himself
to a piece of the wreck, and after Hosting ,'W
hours, washed ashore at Portland. 20 mi lee
Irom the sceue of disaster. Sunbeam belong
ed to a line of steamers between Milwaokie
and Lake superior.
Lot'ieviu.1, 8nt. 7.
Special telegram says Hainili n and Hughes
1 rebels) came into Columbia with 6tK) men.
lawlliofue with 3U) air a was eight wiles ftvm
Glascow, and small squads wore two miles
nearer that place. Tho Journal think ac
counts are exaggerated.
St. Louis, Sept. 7.
Memphis telegram snyi it is rumored from
below that Bankt goes to Texas and that Grunt
commands the Mississippi region.
NEW roRK, Mcpt. I.
QueensUiwn correspondent of tho Herald
says It waa the pirate Honda that pat uiui
Brest, r ranee, lor repairs.
Cape Rack. Sept. 5.
Scotia from Liverpool 20 and Queenstown
30, reports American ship Anglo Saxon from
New York burned by the Florida, 23 miles
south of Klusdalo.
OfnoUl Paper of the Stats.
0. f. CUANDAU,, EDITOR.
MONDAY MORNING. SEPT. 14, 1803.
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when contracted, will be Increaiwl twenty.Qvs per cent, eatn
year payment la neglected thereafter.
KerallUnces may lie made by mall at the risk of the pub'
Ushers, if losllad In the presence of a poitmasler.
CHAHDALL & WAITE, Fabllshari.
Notice. The Annual Fair of the Oregon State
Agricultural Society will not close until Saturday
evening, September 19th.
J. CJUINN THORNTON,
The Cause. Considerable curiosity It man
ifested as to the cause of the late rise in gold.
There ia really nothing In any one of the (lis
patches to account for it, hut if all the news
for tho last month or two be taken into account
the cuute is easily perceptible. In tho drat
placu tho price of U. S. Notes must always
depend more or leas upon the general drift of
the war or what is termed the "Situation."
When tho "situation" ia all right, gold goes
down, and v'ce vena.
The triumph in Pennsylvania, the capture of
Yickabnrg and Port Hudson, two months ago
and the expectation of a successful attack on
Charleston, started gold downwnrd, and kept
it going while tho prospect wna bright for fur
ther important conquests. Since that time
there has been a season of perfect quiet, so fur
as the people could see, in tho armies of Vicks
burg.Port Hudson and of the Potomac. It was
even intimated not lung ago, that the latter
nrmy was about to full hack on tho line of the
Potornaoto defend Washington)!) and await
tho result of army movements in the South.
These facta, in conjunction with tho false re
ports of tho capture of Sumter and Wagner,
and the disappointment following the exposure
of those falsities, all operated to reduce the
high hopes of two months ago, and to destroy
some degree of confidence in a speedy triumph
over the rebellion. Beside these things, tho
pharo which Mexican nffaira have (alien, lends
to tho active apprehension tlmt we may soon
be involved in a war with nt least two or three
European powers. It is easily enough seen
that such a war would very much complicate
present difficulties and render the "situation'
Gold is inevitably to much in sympathy with
the general tendency of events that it may be
taken nt most times as an index to the "sit.
ualion." Transactions in gold are always pub.
lie movements in the army and in diplomacy
are nutaluays so, to the common people; bat
dealers in currency have almost always an in
t ido view, and act upon the markets in accord
nnoo with the secrets they Hud out. Hence
wo believe the Into rise in gold is indicative of
trouble with France, or of some unforeseen
difficulty in reducing the defenses of Charles
ton, not yet made public
17 We see it stated in a leading newspaper
of the East, that during tho enrly stage of th
rebellion Cell. Meade was denounced in Do
trnit by the radical extremists as being iu syin
pat by with t lie relielheu ami that cfloits Were
made hy them to have his commission revoked
Their chagrin at failure teems to be reuiein
bored, and accounts for the malicious criticisms
bestowed ou him for allowing Lee to escape
Tub Cattlb Ejiraiiiio. The great embod
intent of radical ilhhuralisin Rot come to grief.
The Presideitt permits beam and bran to be
shipped to our "secession flag raising neighbors
nt Victoria, nod not only beans and bran but
cattle, horses, mules, tits. It is lawful mule
tlio Presidential pertnit.to carry on a legilinmte
trade with a peaceable neighbor, notwithslnnd
ing the express declaration of tho onstotn house
oiiu nil mm suuu mine gave linn great ilisplens
nrn. Now bow could you, Abraham t Such
disregard of the phelinks of our august Silly
goat Is calculated In bring npon you the euspi
cion of being in with the ooppersmikes and
"fernenst" the uncorking of the botiUs of
damnation, etc Abraham ! Abraioia ! didu't
Billy-goat notify you and the rest of mankind
including Victor Smith, that be was well pleasei
with the embargo and would be hugely pleased
to apply it to beans aud bran I And now just
as Billy bad got hii horns squared to cheerfully
"endure greater Inconveniences," yon hnv
gone and done him into a cocked hat. If it were
not that a sinecure otuoe worth from (.l.taiO to
$.V(Hs3 might slip nut from under him. Hilly
would "nnonrk a bottle" or two on yon, Abra
ham. Don't you think, now, Abraham, you
are endangering tho Union and dividing the
Union party of Oregon, by so ungratefully
grinding the foot which Hilly aluek into that
embargo trap f Don't you think you are very
week In the knees In refusing tu make big Ore
gon and Utile Waihingtou "endure mors inoou
venienoes," Instead of removing the embargo
"inconveuieiioe J" Abraham, you are a very
impracticable rail splitter, but we rather like
ycu for more reasons than one Ist.yoo. are not
mean enough to rejoice when the people are
.mlled upon .to'endure inconveniences.' 2d.
you promptly remove such jnoonvenieiices
when yon can, instead of adding more. Hilly
may not like yna any better for that, but tre do,
CT A distinguished member of the Cabinet
lo-day said the California Senator In character
is a combiuatioo, in equal parts, of Ben Wade
and Dava Uroderick. He is a man of con
science aud of courage.
In conscience like Wade in courage like
Brndcrick ? We never heard Wtde accused
of hating any reaseieiace. If he has got any
he never was on that Committee on the Coo
duct of the War.
tf On election day in Califoruia, consider
able amounts were subscribed ia some places
to the eauitary fund.
lMranvtMXSTS. From the rwf of OriswolJ's
nsw building, ws counted last week, Waew roots
of bulldogs erected within the corporal Km its.
JUrOLKO.N AM) TUB UEBKLS.
It is almost certain that the rebel conthiev-
orates have become so much disheartened by
their late reverses as to think seriously of ahan-
oning the idea of absolute independence not,
however, with the view of submitting the con
st for separation from tho North. The lute
ission of commisaioncri Ould and Stephens
id some connection with this mutter. It is
intimated that n sort of protectorate hat been,
or w ill bo.oflcrcd to France In return lor recog
nition by that power, or by Mexico, with whom
rnnco is supposed to he ill powerful, lho
ell known disposition of France to engage iu
intrigue and her dislike of the United States
government, have no doubt led the rebel au
thorities to believe this arrangement could ho
fleeted at any time, aud they probably are
now ready to seek it as the deinier retort of an
therwisc hopeless struggle. Whether Napole
on will take the offer depends upon the degree
f confidence he may repose in the rehel au
thorities' good faith. It is not Improbable that
be will see little to trust iu a people as warlike,
aggressive aud faithless as tie chivalry. The
evident designs of the South rpnn Mexican and
Central American Stutcs ii' past yeara can
scarcely be forgotten by a man of at much
memory at Napoleon. The question will pre
sent itself to him, whether, if he acknowledge
the Confederacy, will it no bo as faithless to
him as to the United Slates, and, having
achieved nationality through his intervention,
ill it not lie likely to revivs those designs and
seek the overthrow of Freseh power in Mex
ico, the better to become mister of it, itself?
He cannot calculate certainly upon ainiuahlo
relation! to be perpetuated out of an act of re-
ief. withheld till the granting of it is more like
a trade, in which he gets the belter bargain,
tb'uu an act of friendly asaistunce. No people
in the world are likely to value highly that
friendship which is bought at 10 great an ex
pense, and which, alter all, will be of to little
value, at this proposal of a protectorate for
recognition. Napoleon will not be the only
mnii to see that the proposition is one which the
rebels make in a lit of desperation, and w hich
they will repudiate the moment tbey are able,
Ou the other hand, his lust of dominion, hatred
of the American republic, and the fear of dan
ger to despotic rule, which its triumphant res
toration might, some day, bring upon himself,
will each operate urgently upon him to accept
the offer. If such a proposition has been, or
shall be, made, the chances that ho will accept
or reject It are about even. Two months ago
he would huve accepted a mouth hence, he
probably will not, unless, indeed, the federal
attack upon Charleston shall prove an inglo
rious failure a contingency scarcely possible.
II Napoleon rettise, what then 7 I he rebels
have played their lust trump in diplomacy, and
haro nothing left but to give np their insanely
wicked enterprise, or fight doggedly on, as best
they can without a peg to hang a hope upon.
We look for the latter course. The war has
assumed such shape that neither of the bellig
erents will (whether they couWis another ques
tion) seek any arbitrament bat that of wur to
tho direst extremity. In that manner.we know
that twenty millions, animated by love of coun
try are stronger than six millions w ho have no
higher purpose. The event is as oertaiu as
Nkw DisuovF.Kr op Gold
Quartz. Dr. II. Smith and Frank Cooper, of
this place, have just returned Irom a prospect
ing tour on tho head 'waters of the Sautiain
river. They bring with them several speci
men! of gold bearing quartz, in which the gold, '
both fino mid coarse, is plainly visible. One
specimen taken from the top of a ledge has
coarse gold iu very rich proportion; nuother
Irom the side of tho ledge at a little distance
down, is quite rich in line gold among the de
composed parts of the riruk. Four distinct
ledges have been discovered aud parties are
iu search of others. The location is about sev.
Lenty fivo miles from Salem. Tho lodes have
the must favorable direction from south-east
to north-west. At the top they crop out thin,
but grow iu thickuess as they descend. We
earn that the discovery bos created considera
ble excitement in Lino county, tnd that great
numbers ore leaving daily for the new quart!
The Stock Emuviiuo KeanxDco: The fol
lowing is the order rescinding the stock embargo
on the Pacific coast!
To W. 11. Farwall. Collector, Men Francisco The
nnler prohiliitiior Ilia exportation of lire, atork. baa
beeu uiiHlitieit so fur us lu allow exponmion froin miy
part of lho Timed --tales on the I'ncilio coaet. Hoiid
ropy of this tu all l lie Collectors. 8. 1. CHAM:.
Oiioamzinu. A ineetiiig, preliminary to tho
orgauitation of a Union party in Idaho, waa re
contly held at Pioneer City. . Another ia soon to
he hold at the Mountain House .on the road from
Lewislon to Florence.
Dump It. G. W. Guthrie, proprietor of
the Republic newspaper, who was charged by
the Street letter with being cognisant of the
Pacitio Kepuhlio scheme In 1(10, publishes a
card in which he denies ever having anything
to do with the matter or having any knowledge,
directly or indireotly, cosaeruing the scheme.
Abolition Thkorv ami Practice. While
the rads Were after MuClcllau with ten thou
sand bitter tongues, they enjoyed the largest
freedom of sH'vcli. Tbey applied all the list
of mild epithets, and then ranauoked the K.ng
liah language for teorehert. He was denounced
freely as a traitor and a.ly of JtfT. Davis
When Hooker was appointed Commanding
General they sang to him all the hallelujahs at
their command. Suddenly it became disloyal
to criticise the conduct uf tho chief comman
der. Leavenworth City, Kansas, has a rod
fur Mayor ; the Timet of that place did not ap
prove the blunders made by Hooker in the wil
derness, and said so in an article criticising him
in plain and severe terms, whereupon the edit
or was arrested and fined tweuty dollars and
costs. The editor didu't pay and was pat into
prison upon default. Wonder if that rule
would be hailed by the MoClellan haters !
A Constitution Uluwhr Senator Hen
kits of the late Senate, Ohio, in a recent ahull
tiou speech at Columbus, speaking of the Con
stitution, said t
"I would blow it away aa a child blows a
feather into the air."
Blower ileukle would approve tkat sentiment
even in a democrat, hut if anybody should talk
uf bluwiug away lbs emancipation proclama
tion be would hold uf his hauds in holy horror,
and cry out "treason! treason!" If a few
hundred such Jacobbcal blowers bad a good
heavy "blow" oa the top of their individual
heads, the constitution aud the oouutry would
A New 8TATM Natada Territory kas voted
for a evBvetilioa te frtow a 8ute cwusliluiion
The iWVt gates will assemble at Cane a City en
the 1st Tuesday in November te inter upon their
A Methodist camp meeting near Port
land, lately held, resulted iu about twenty con
version!. Ei.kotion op OfficERS. At a meeting of
the Washington Guards held last evening, me
Following permanent officers were elected :
Chns. S. Mills. Captain i W. 11. u. Joyce, isi
Lieutenants Wm. Young, 2d Lieutenant
Joseph Meagher, Orderly Sergeant! 1st Ser
geant, S. MKIilinnrei n nergeiun, ,u. n-,
,'M Sergeant, W. F. Cornell! 4th Sergeant, F.
I'mmA! 1st Comoro I. Chns, Hull! an cor
poral. K. 8. Dennison s d Corporal, Lharles
Itarrelt, jr.) tin v.orponti, u-i
Portland Timet, 8fi.
Homicide at Umatilla On Friday night
Im.i. t Umatilla Lnndimr. a gambler named
Harris, shut and killed a former resident oi
tho Dalles, named John Komnnndolnli. It op
pears that Harris invited the murdered man
to Join him in a game of cords.and after playing
some time Harris was z ou ioer. i n en
raged him that he drew his pistol and deliberate
ly shot his victim through the head, killing him
instantly. The murder occurred at the Melo
dean Saloon. Kompondnlph was at one time
employed as cook nt the Globe Hotel, and
leaves a wife and three children residing at
the Dulles. Harris was immediately' arrested
and will he held to answer for his crime. This
is the first shooting affair thut hns ocoured at
Umatilla, and the law abiding citizens of that
place will see that the offender is nnt allowed
to go unwhipped of juttice. Mountaineer.
ArmiiRNT A man by the name of War
ren fell from the second staging of a pile driver
at the foot of Taylor street on Friday fore
noon last. He struck ncross a low-driven ipile
injuring him so much that his life it despaired
ol. Timet, 7th.
A new steamer is in process of build-
inir at Milwaukie. to run in connection with
the Upper Willuinette opposition boat.
; The Oregonian of tho 0th, says a
murderous assault was made upon Dr. Daven
port in his office in Portland during the night
of the 8th Inst. Some one oalletl him up stat
in?: that he wanted medical assistance iu hit
family out of town and while Dr. D. wat mak
ine preparations to go, the man struck him (
murderous blow ou the head. The Doctor
was stunned but not knocked down, and get'
ting hold of his pistol he fired twice at the
would-be assassin who. however, escaped. No
cause, other than tho suppositious one of rob
bery, can be assigned for tho assault.
A vessel recently arrived from San
Francisco with a thousand barrels of flour for
the Quartermaster's department at Vancouver.
A great farming country, this 1
.....The sheriff of Skamania county, W.
T., offers a rewnrd of $500 for the recovery
of Juvan J. Bush, an escaped prisoner who
was in custody at the Cascades, on charge of
arson, shot ting with intent to kill, aud selling
liquor to Indians.
Fatal Accident. As a Mr. Fay was rid
ing out in the neighborhood of Mr. Ed. Long's
about a mile and a half east of town, his horse
became unmanageable upon meeting an ox
team, und bucked in between tho first and
second yokn of oxen, and rearing up, horse
and rider fell backward, the wagon passing di
reotly over thnm. The man died after linger
imr about seven hours in acute pain. The ae
cident occurred on Saturday. Oregonian, 7tk,
The Portland Ladies' Sanitary Aid
Society acknowledges the receipt of $163 45,
additional to their fund for the relief of sol
diers. Total, np to September 7th, $1,951 50.
A goodly sum for a goodly purpose.
A Friohtpul Catalogue. A gentleman
who keeps himself well posted informs ut that
the murders in the upper country for the last
month numoer Vi or within a traction ot one
every second day. These frequent murders
tpeak a sad condition of morals, and if not
toon checked, must lend to a general uprising
of the people, who will not be satisfied until
th) army of scoundrels aro driven from the
Tub Umatilla Affair We are indent
ed to Mr. Angela, correspondent of the Sun
Francisco Alia, lor a true version nt the lat
shooting affair at Umatilla. They tire as fol
lows i A man named Delany shot and killed
John My res. Delany was not arrested until
yesterday. His friends wanted to taka him to
trie justice, some twenty-live or thirty miles
distant, for examination, but the inerchuuts
and other citixeos were gathering tu resist h
being taken from tmntilla. Dalit) Journa
Anotiikr Mi niiKK. We have the report
of an all'ray nt Ceutreville. a few d.ivs since in
which a saloon keeper shot and killed his man
1 atidetnoniuin seems to be let loose m the uii
per country, and men appear to be Irving to
see what monsters tlu-y can make ol llieui
A considerable revival has lately tnk
en place nt a camp meeting near Williams
burg, Josephine county.
Sunset T'Vautt thinks the "beast
with seven horns" ho got into California
Perhaps ; but he has had his horns pretty
well knocked off by tho recent election.
The "Marion Rifles," infantry com
pany of this place, go into camp, nt the f:ti
ground to-day. It will remain there during
the fair. The Light Artillery will he on hand
each day of the fair bat will not camp out. S
far as we can learn, there will be four eompa
nies of infantry, one of cavalry and one of ar
tillery present. There are other companies in
process of organisation in this brigade district,
bat no others completed so far as to oome un
der the order fur the review.
The following students in law were
examined by the Supreme Court last week and
all of them admitted to practice in the courts
of Oregon :
Hugh X. George. Albany ; E. F. Russell,
Jacksonville; ' Finley Watson, Roseborg; J.
S. Reynolds, Dalles; P. S. Knight, Salem ;
C. B. Bellinger, Jefferson ; J. A. Applegate,
Dallas; J. J. Walton, Eugene; D. W. Liob
tenthaler, Portland; J. D. Loccv, Oregon
The Olympia Standard does not like
ihe manner in which Victor Smith enforces the
beef embargo. Does Victor permit the export
ation of team and bra t If so, Billy-goat
don't like his "manner'' either.
Mr. J. L. Parrish gladdened the
hearts of all hands in the fafsaa office, last
week, by staggering iu under a big basket of
pears. Setting the peare down he disappeared
and so did the pears, but Ihe boys know
there and when they went.
Falrick TanJfact has turned ap as a
popular speaker of the Vallandigba o style
He ma le eip ech at Jacksonville the other
day in which he said the despotism of America
was aare unbearable than that of any
couuiry in Eatvpa. Why don't the toadfaced
sacak go back to the pig pen where hs wm
br m and where he can again be counted a hog
instead of a freeota and voter. J
..It it stated that a new discovery of
gold bus been made on a brnncli ol mo
Kenzio's fjrk of tho wuiumcuc.
A man named Jones was accidentally
killed'aV Bannock City by the discharge of a
revolver, during a row between two other men.
Charles White, formerly nf the
hai been appointed tnerm .
.Among the attraction" nt the coming
Sta'V Fair, will be two camel-, lately brongl.t
to Oregon and owned in Polk county.
..The Mountaineer says ft number of
contribution! from Walla Walla for the SUte
Fair, have already pissed through tho Dalles,
nnd that section of country promiies to be well
.Julia Dean Hayno, one of the most
. .i i it.-.:-.
celebrated actresses this ude ol tno aiiuiiuo,
came passenger on the Sierra Nevada to fori-
where the has an engagement at
Willamette Theater. It will be worm winie
go at torn 5 expense to see and bear her.
The Se-nftnel says a Mr. Jno. McLean
is killed on Saturday, 5th initant.by the full
ing nf a bank in his mining olaiin. MoLean
was from Capo Breton, Canada.
Mr Elliott of the rail
road survey, has ditccavered croppinga or coal
mines on the Siskiyou mountain near Cole's.
It is nf a superior quality nnu u a icau is muim
would bo of great v. luo iD this section. Yrelca
.Madison B. Morris. Esq . has been
nnointed postmaster ni Ker yvill;, Oregon,
vice J. R. Prindle, resigned.
Georgo B. Dorris, Esq., has be n
commissioned Notary Publto for JacUion
DimwNED. The body of a man known as
Snanish John" was found in Rngne river ou
Tuesday Inst, and after examination hy the
coroner, Dr. L. S. Thompson, the remains
were buried upon the ImuU ot the river, i ne
deceased, it is supposed, committed suioido.
The fierifui thinks there is an organized
gang of thieves and robbers in this valley. Very
likely. In addition to the perpetration ol vil
lainies published last week, we copy the fol
lowing from tho Review ;
Last Snturdav nicbt. tho residence of A. J.
Thaver. Esn.. about three miles below Corral-
lis. waa entered t'V rnnncrs. or more uiieiy a
robber. Tho rogue took fr .m Mr. Thayer's
pantaloons, while he lay in Deo asleep, a vaiu
nhln silver atnn watch and all tho money in the
nockcts about 841), at) neartiy oi a com
lunch whioli Mrs. T. had early in tho evening
ret out for her husband, who had not then ro
turned home. Mr. Thayer will give J1UU for
the recoverv of the watch.
On the Sunday night iollowing. the rcsider.co
of Messrs. Jno bs & Nengass, in Corvallis.was
broken into, tho s eeping apartments nf both
centleman entered, their pockets relieved of nil
the loose change fortunately a trifle found in
them, and a very line gold watoh taken from
In this county, a few nights ago, a valuable
horse was stolen during the mgtit irom a iurm
er who lives within a tew miles ol town.
The Review also says there is pretty good
evidence that tho ubiquitous Enoch Fruit and
other noted rogues are in this valley,
The thief who robbed the house of
Mr. Thayer at Corvallis afterwards stole a
horse aud started fur Eugene City. He was
shortly afterwards cap'.ured by the deputy
slierilf of Kenton county and committed to jail
Al out twenty cases before tho So
preme court have been submitted, but no de
oisions have yet been announced. Several
opinioos will bo rendered to-day. There are
about thirty cases jet untouched.
Poor Jeremy hns been left out in the
cold by the T'Vaullingors of Jackson county
The Intelligencer was endorsed by the lata
mass meeting at Jacksouvillu as tho orgau of
the "democracy." It seems T'Vault has cap
lured tho "learned pig" from Erin. Jeremy wi
have to call together his Lon j Tommers again.
and Gud a learnedcr pig.
Odds and Ends.
Tub Virtues of Borax. The washer
women nf Holland nnd Belgium, who get up
ineir linen so lienntilully white, use rehued bo
rax as a washing powder instead nf soda, iu the
proportion ot a large handful of borax nowde
to about ten gallons of boiling water; they
save soap nearly half. All tho large washing
establishments adopt the "same mode. For
laces, cambrics, etc. an extra nnantitr of the
powder is used, and for crinolines (required to
ne mane very stilt) a stroiic solution is neceS'
tnry. Borax, being a semi-neutral salt, it does
not in the slightest degree injure the texture nf
tne uuest linen ; lis ellect Is to soften the hard
est water, and, therefore, it should be kept ou
every toilet tame.
Punch says women first resorted to
tight lacing to prove to men bow well they
oouw near stiueciiug.
In an Eastern village, when the plate
was being passed in Church, a newly appointed
editor said to the collector, "Go ou.'i'm a dead
head I've got a pass."
An unique gift is about to be made to
Gen. Kosecrans. It consists of n gold pen and
holder, Ihe latter having beeu carved from a
cetlnr splbiler picked up on Ihe field after the
battle of Stone river. The top it ornamented
with a figure of Lilierty, minutely carved, the
figure holding in one baud a broken chain, and
the other sustaining a flag ; a serpent writhing
under her feet has its fangs iuserted in its own
body. A narrow gold band winds around Ihe
holder, spirally, and bears this inscription :
"To Major General Rosecrans with your
sword iu hand you have led your brave ariuies
to glorious victories ; with yuur pen you have
struck terror and dismay into the hearts of
traitors at home."
A man in Wisconsin while bathing in
the river last week, discovered, after an intfus
trtous "scrub" of his person for about fifteen
miuutes, a pair of drawers which be bad lost
about two years before.
He was an original Free Soiler.
. A Methodist minister in Kansas, ljy.
ing on a small salary, was greatly troubled t-
get his qnarterly instalment. He told the no
paring trustees that he must have his money,
as he was suffering for the necessaries of life.
"Money!" replieir Ihe trustee. "Yon preach
ror money ? We thought you preached for the
good of souls !" "Souls!" responded the rev
erend. "I can't eat souls !and if I conld. it
would take a thousand such as yours to make a
A Ff.mali Rt SKKR.-At a late Union de
monstration in lone City th. gorj was fired the
nrst tune hy one of the young ladies who lately
d10 - to. camp meeting with . Cop
, :A' i conference meeting, recently, a
deacon, in his prayer, drawled out Very m.
endvuPnrrt 10 CMt00,"'"l i rah
f .k."'"WB Tn$ Ui helm
J r11? fnf i"-stecr-M
Km? "" tt" b0T' h
Kl'.WAHD OKPKIIKO.-Tlie firm of Oreenborg, .
K . . I. ..t V...I.I, una robbed Of
Erlenbach iVUnlusnmu m t
10,000 on the 4lh Inst. They offer a reward ot
3,000 for tho recovery of the money and apnre-
honslou of the robbers. The uey ia desenbed
In circulars lent through the mails.
CaukohnU Eixt.Tmn.-Tha returns which
have reached lis from California, though some
what meagre, indicate the election of lho Liiion
tickets, state aud legislative, by largo majorities.
Tho state lirkut has not less than 15,000 to 20,000
majority'. The Legislature is repoiied to stand:
Assembly-Union, 71 Democrats, Bi, Senate
Union, 'M, Democrats, t Union mnjorHy, 00. So
far as the vole Is reported, Downey has carried
bat soven counties nnd thoso, only by small ma
jorities. Full 'returns will probably Increase the
Govr.iiNott Skymouk's Statistics.
In Governor Seymour's reply to l'resiilent
Lincoln, he makes Ihe following statement:
v..- ...til he the renort of Wntcrhnry that
there ii no theory which can explain or justify
the enrollment in this State. I wish to call
your ntlention to the tables on pages 5. B, 7
and 8. which show that in nine Congressional
Districts, Manhattan, Long and Staten Islands
the number ff conscripts cnlled for Is dd,7.J.
.i.n.. i- other districts the numbers of
Script, called for is only 8B4K0. Tin. draft
i, to be made from the first class, those be
tween the ages nf 20 and 35. It appears by tho
census of 18U0 that in the first nine Congression
al Districts there were 1G4.7'J7 males between
20 and 35; they ore called upon hx'i3,7i'J omi
scripts. In the other nineteen districts; with
population of males (between 20 aud 35), of
270,780, only 39,026 are demanded. Again, tt
show the partisan character or the enrollment,
you will find on the 21st page of the Military
' Report that iu the first nine Congressional Dis
tricts the total vote of 18G0 was 151.243; tho
number nf conscripts now demanded is 32,729.
k ilio nineteen other districts the total vote was
457,257 ; yet these districts are called upon to
furnish only 3U,0'20 drafted men. Each of tho .
nine districts gave majorities in favor of one
nnlitical nnrtv.und each of the tiineteen districts?
gave majorities iu favor of tho other party.
BY STACE THIS MORNING.
Memphis. 8ept. 4.
The reported arriving of rebels across bayou
Mctoe is unfounded. Rebels ou the other side
are strongly fortified. A big fight is anticipated.
Gen. Price is in commanu; no is saiu tu uyo
18,000 men and is expected to bo reinforced by
6,000 more under Dick Taylor, and by Oen, Al
bert Pike, with 7,000 Indians. Oen. Davidson
position is very strong. A good many ot ins men
aro sick witli chills and fever, but in this respect
they are no worso off than rebels. Two gunboats
recently sent to capture a guerrilla force concen
trated at Morgansea, La., and shelled the leveo
for two houra compelling tho guerrillas to ahan
bon their position wit a loss of 67 killed and
woiioilud. A considerable forca of euerrllhis ia
reported concentrated at Tompkins, and have
Claoteu t)0 12-pnunuers mure, a giuiuuiu nan
een seut to shell them off. Steamer Sallie Rob-
iusun was tired into a tow days ago by guerrillas
below Bed river. It) soldiers were killed and tl
Ail intelligent refugee from Columbus, Sins. -bo
had boeu in tho rebol nuartormaster's depart
ment tor the past two years, and who had more
than ordinary oorjortimities for observation, has
just reached here. Ho states that Johnston's loss
es average au men aany oy oesortion. nis army
dispirited and demoralized ; those who haro not .
tleserteil are only waiting an opportunity to
do so. He h ard that rebel officers estimated the
number of truops between Columbus, Aliss., and
Corinth at 70,000, all told. Bcgiments of Johns
tons had been sent to Ueorgia, and two regiments
recently came to Ukalona to repol expected I an-
kee raid Irom UonntU.
The meetinir appointed by Unionists in the vi
cinity of Columbus was suppressed by the mili
There is a strong latent Union feeling among
the inhabitants which is becoming more open and
bold in its manifestations. People .regard rebel
troops as oppressors and look anxiously for the
advance of the Yankees among them.
Wheat crops throughout the country are pretty
good and the Uofcdernte government is taking
every tenth bushel for taxes.
A deserter from Bragg 's Army says rebel offi
cers say they will hare to give up all the country'
north of C'olsa river, St. Clair county, which
county is this deserters residence. The Union
sentiment is so strong tliat no secessionists are al
lowed to stay tliere. lie confirms all reports of
desertions from Bragg's army and says 1,000 of
tneru sre rendezvoused tu vviuctiton county, arm
ed aud determined to resist rebel authorities to
Rebels wero conscripting niggers to build
breastworks at Selma.
PHILAUFXeillA Sept. 7.
Transvort Sew Jersey arrived from Charleston
with dates to Ihe 3d. Ou the 1st there was a geu
cral fight between the ironclads aud Forts Wag
ner aud Moultrie. Much damage was said tu
havo been done, to tlie forts by the Heel.
At CanvnavSIe. DohkIus county, by Rev. T F. Roy
al, P. M. flan and Miss Isabel Thorn.
Ia Portland 6th hist., by Hcv. T. 1L Poarne, James
Iliirk and Mrs. Mary Ksllier Fuller.
At Willow Syrians, Anv. '.Mi, hy Rev. )I. A. Wil
liams, U. M. Strung aud Miss EveUua Collier.
At fttlem, Kept. II, ISo:i, Kuvenia, wife of Asahet
Pufh. and (laughter of Jolm 8. Zieber, aged 30 years
Hii.1 a mom hs.
New CorraIGs, Sept M, of scarlet fever. Sberidaa
Mmler. sou ot A. J. aud C. At. MrKwaa, aged i years
and 10 mouths.
In CorraUia, Harold, infant son of W. H. and Emma
Sencer, aired I yr Mid 4 months.
At bis rvi fence, near Scio, Sept. tit, Frederio
Thomas, atred 71 years.
tin Sionr Creel., C'ohi eotinty. Cut., Aue;. 0, Ira
Hire, son nf It G. aud Charlotte Burrows, aed a yra.
7 mos. and liidavs.
Ia Kola, Pol It' county, Sept. 3d, Davis 8. MoNary,
aged 'Jii years.
la Jehroii. Aturnt 3uth, of flax. On. E., only son
ot Iiauiel mat AiuniaiH IK-lany, aged yean, 1 ujoniti
and .1 davs.
At Ucliw, of putrid sore throat, Auir 31st, Martha
.losvphiao. ird 1 nurs. 18 months I If the aarae dis
ram, Srpt. bth, .loha Hol-en. aged II years, III inonta
and l'.'days,ohiUrvu of U-tvisand Martha J.Childera.
Estate of Join Krejh, Deceasad.
N OTICE is hereby (rtiren. that Benjamin Slantnn,
executor of the last will and tmaiarnt os .Mm
Kresh, demised, has pn-MMed his ncroanls and prava
that the same may be allowed lor linal settlement. It
ia then-fore ordered that said application he heard and
determined by the Prnlnle Coort of Marion county,
State of Oregroo, on the ih da of October, 186.1,
J J. f. PKEULES, County Judue.
Of the no! j Sanies of Jesus and Mary.
WHO hove recently opened a Pay School in this
city, are prepared lo receive a certain nnmber of
yonnu huhes who tniitht dcire to board at Ihe Insula
tion, t or further iuf.irmaiioii, apply to The Sistnrs.
Salem, tlim.. Sept I'J, IfoA awj
Gunrdiisn's Sale of Land.'
BY order of ihe rnnnlv coort ol Marion roantr.mad
at the Scpie mher ession thereof, I will eiiinee for
sale at pnblio anrtion on SalDntav, Ihe 3d dav of Or
tofcer. . D.. 1HJI. on the premises, all that 'tract of
land trine in Marion rmintr. Slate of Oreiron. and de
smlied as folhiwe. to wit i 'llnrinninir al a slake 8 one.
' links sooth, ai ? rhwos K8 links west or the cor
ner of sections 4 and S. township sonth.nuiKe 1 west,
thence west Stjehs. 4 links, lo a stake, thence south
tl chs. In a stake i thence east 36 rhs. S8 links lo a
atake s I hence north 4! chs. to lh place of heirinnin.
twins: Ihe a. w. quarter of claim X . W, eontainimr m
acre, i in hs sold for the benefit or the beirn of An
arewi E. lie rrey and Caroline Larkins.
Saie lo lake place between Ihe hoars of 10 o'clock,
a. m. and J o clock, p. m. The premises are nearly
all under fence and otherwise improved,
Terms Cash, hair down, and ihe balance in 12
months, with lawful inlereal.
AX PHEW E. II EBVET. Onardiaa.
Salem, Sept lu, isdl 3w-jg
"P O. McCOWN. Attorney and Counsellor at
L .law. OlDce with Dr.W.'B. Maseru. Waconda.
Marion coonty, Oregon,
Poet Office addrew. Bet-
rpHE ropannenihip heretofore eiistine between the
A unilerwmied. in the mercantile hnaineat at Sublimi
ty. Marion count;, ia thia day diasolred bv an tnal ena
tenl. J. T POWN-IXO.
,, . J. KUIMJLl'H.
Manoa county. Sept H. lwp.
THERE will be a MASS MEETIXO Or TI1E
PKMOCRACT OV Pot.K COCSTY, held r
PnHas hi said, eonmr. oa Saturday, ihe itith dav i
Kn'emher, a, D, 1-o.t. ' I