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THE EL'3EN' CITY GUARD.
SATUIiDAY. A I'll. 10. Lb70.
. Democratic Mat Coat cation.
5A Democratic State Convention ii here
by called to convene in the city of Balem on
Wednesday, April 2m, 1876, at 11 otioc
a. ., to select ait Delegatus to the National
DemocntW Gorrvc atiooi Candidates for
Judges of .the btiprerae Court io IheSecouJ.
Third and Fifth Judicial Districts, and lor
Prosecuting Attorneys in tba aeveral Jnd1
eial Districts, and lor the traoaaclioo of
each other busimes es may be thought
proper. It ii recommended that Primary and
County Conventions in tba severul counties
be held as follows: Primary Conventions
on Saturday, April 8 to, at 1 o'clock, r. ;
and County Conventions on 8aturday,
April 13tb, at 1 o'clock, r. v. It is expcct
eu that In counties where the. time 'thus
suggested for holding Primary and County
Conventions does out nicet tbe convernxnctt
of tbe voters, tbe proper Commitie will fx
a omurent tiino,
obtained and tbo question aubraittetl
to the people at tbo clerJtou next No
vember. If it is dtfsirablo tliat the
Constitution should be so amended as
to enable this railroad proposition to
be accepted, of course the sooner il
is accomplished tbe sooner will tbe
work oi constructing tbo road be
Since.tbo above was put in tjpe a
letter lrom Huntington, of the Cen
tral racifio Road appears in tbe Ore-
ffonian:4 In this be says oi tbo Wio-
uemucca route : .i
Llnn'Ceauiy Deuiocrmlie Ticket.
What It Una Done, i i
The Democratic County Conven- Radical lournals have been verr
tion which met in Albany on Wednos- anxions to have some one iell fbem
dsy made tbe following nominations: wbat Congress baa W4tx oiog. .(The
t or State benator, S. V. Haley ; lor House is" doing a great deal that
Representatives, A. W. StanardV T. disagreeable to the Radicals. - Io ref-
L Porter, J. IC j Weatherford, J. wence to it the Hartford Timet says
Crooks, J. Sumner, B. R. Gnrhes; It is saving from $20,000,000 to
for County Judge, S. A. Johns;, for $40,000,000 from the grasp, of lb
Coanty Coiomlasieners, J.I K. Charl thieves.' ' r '
ton. B. R. "Holt; for County Clerk, It is unearthing Emma mineirttida.
T. ;J. btites, for Sheriff, J. R.: Herren; It is exposing rhe Indiad robberies,
Delegates io tbe said Convention
for Treasurer, Phillip f:Grigby; lor It is bringing Belknap and bis War
We bad beeo led to believe that tie line School Superintendent, L. leu; for Department to an account.' 11 ' "
which by tbe map forms the shortest coo- Surveyor,' IL Bryant; for Coroner, E, I It brings Suhenck io a borry "te -ex-
Jacobs. ,'.':'. i. nlain."'" u -i f t
It is getting at the ' JTswy Depart
ment swindles; ') i -1 " l
Another thing' ai5d ery impor
tant one Is that it has sotfaf dweour
aged 'thieves 'and correspondingly
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R. T...f. f T.l n.,M enwura-eu uoneety mat vueuera.
r. - .i .t. . '.v '. ' Tl e . t iShernian 'has moved the bead quar
m-ction to and from tbe eut, iutersectitiir
the Central PaciQo at Wiunemucca, and
tbe incomplete Oregon roads at or Dear Eu
gene City would be found available as it in
volved, but a single mountain crossing that
of tbe 'Cascades. Jt is not an uncommon
experience to Bud that tbe report ol routes
to the onaided eye apparently quite practic
able are not found to be such when tutted
' The following is (he apportionment of by iuetrnmental observations. A reconnoia-
A movement to Herlve the Old Whig
A Wasliirigton correspondent of
inu iiew iora jieriua say a move
ment is 00 foot to urge the noraina-
; ''' " i O. B. Bsi.LiKorB,
1 , Chairman Pre Tern,
, M.V. Bbow, Secretary.
sanceon this route, made witb a strong
force, hut autumu wai cut short by tbe early
and severe winter, but had procHedud fur
enough to demonstrate that do very direct
or practicable railroa I rooto was to be found
io that quarter. Tbe engiuenr io churgx af
ter availing himself of tb best inlormalion
of residents, and omciira of nuliLarv nuaU.
Y"af!?..';.';.'..'.' nd ending "n riKbt and left (lor long dia-
tancesj to verity tnem, reports that tbe Ursi
135 miles of the route between tVinnemucra
a'id (ioose Luke "presents no eurious difli
rallies, but must of (he ground -is quite fa
voruble fur a railroad But hero," he says,
"the uilTicoltles commenced and -kept in
creasing as I proceeded westward." He
then narrates tbe features of the country on
ward to Lessens' Pass and Uoose Lake, and
adds : "All these obstacles combined will
The convention which meets here
to-day should dcolaro sgainst the
proxy system. Elect, as dolcgatoo niake the construction of a railroad next to
'i.'. .). . . .:h . , impossii'ie. tie insisu rurther, that "there
nly such men as will promise to at- othcr roul9 practlcab,B bl)lW(Jt,n lh,
tend the Salom Convention. By this two lines mainly explored." Tbe elevations
meaDS alone can tbe wishes ol the opto and exceed 6,0()0foet, and involv
1 , . , . extensive removal of rock and high ridirea
people be carried out. The proxy tIld tfMtle4i which Bmaunt t0 fuftt, objc.
eyBtem is the savior of tbe political tions.
Lack. Tbo men selected should be From rP'3 "mlnatioo made on bis
. . . , , return trip, be is of tbe opinion that a more
thoso in whoso judgment the fullest fHVorable route may be found in a more
confidence can be placed. A ones- southerly direction, leaving the Central Pn
Davis, and that the strength of , the
movement io favor 9! Judge Davis
has greatly surprised Southern men
themselves. The correspondent says
that "to understand this matter it
ought to be remembered that with
the reconstruction of the Southern
States aud tbe restoration oi the fran
climo to its voting population the old
Whig element, which fused with the
Democracy just boiuro the war and
remained identified wi'.h it in opposi
tion to the Republican party daring'
reconstruction, is dmposed to break
up this alliance of expediency and re
enter the political field in its old cepted an invitation to attend tbe Ceutenuial
ahaim. : Thu Whio- rvil U mnkino Juoiiee. rortiaoo;
o : 0 ii- -r .1... 1 w..- ai..:..-
WAnnArfiil -irnrrrPBi thitnnirhniit. Iha I h r .
oouih, ana an n puny movement u a i . runHtuottarj, April 1st.
Darallel with the Uhamberlam move- iu rittmacaurwBMwn that5
I L L ... r
nifint. amon., tho Southern Ranuhli. IO00
0 Valley unu vicinity this spring
none Anil nna nlduiiltr aaiivnrAot dm I . f
' I ,1 ha mill! OaruitA hasi -Kuan inaamA 4t
ters of the army to Washington again
Coming together io a new. Con
gress, many 01 trie members never
having served before, they have io
ninety day made great progress is)
the work of retrenchment and p
Tooting the worst of corruption and
frauds. What has the Senate done
Minnie Myrtle Miller is lecturing at Cooa
uy. ,. .,
air. Huntington, a saloon keeper 01 Cor
vallis, died suddenly tn Wednesday1 evening
OI last wet? a. , ,,,; u
Gen. Mart. V. Brown, of Albany, bas ac
tjl0 cificroad at Humboldt or Mill City (30 question whether the Republican bolt- tri weekly between, Scot is. in Wasco
11B LHU I m in. . ' ' I
v nf , 1 v. 1 ,"nc.muca' B0(1 li1T8,::,, P': ers and tbo Whigs may not unite to V, and Pendleton.'in Umatilla couuty
ICty Ol cecums Via Mud Lake. Karnnae V k ami I to. I . .
onrvrog. Fandango, or L8stl)s 1'ass.to tbe Klamath orm l" oupoulod t'btrd "party. Now, A skeleton found at Oregon City during
t ion Will undoubtedly ariso in
convention as to the proprie
wuiuiuuuuL vuuuiuuio ivi vuinirvaa I , . ,ua Smiiui . 1 . . ...... . , . 1 "
wwumi, However, ineviuoiy judge uavia JJnvis WM an o d line I . , . s. '
na. uiifi now mr inia run
at n subsequent oouventtou to be held may prove to be a satisfactory ono, and its
Whig, aud although a Republican
drowned near that place twenty -six years ago.
I be farmers ol Douglas county appear to be
( ( ; Will It Nominal.
j Tlib question whether tbo Conven
tion which meets to day had not best
as this protracted aeasou will permit.
1 ne route lrom uoose 1-uku via sprague
River Valley aud the Klamath mrli is
probably suitable : aod I am salaried that a
dofor the nomination of candidates mora 'v""ble pass across the Cascades cn
'. , . ni ... , . , . us nmmi man uiai ny me rome near via-
for county olUoors until a later date L0l pk. w as to bring this pun of the
uas uoen sgiiatea 10 A considerable una wnmn me limits or reasouublo cost aud
extent duriiif? iha nast u nok. and u oonaUnt oieration.
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total length, can only be determined bv is thought to enjoy the sooiety ahead of tliosu in other sectionj ol tbe State
larthor auiual exploration, and the company 0f bis present assooiatea no moro thau ml "ooul d0l,e Bd" 'oriibis season.
?fT.?0.,ot.l,, U . Jft Snutl,Brn Whi ,h'..ll!n The northern Pacfio Coal Mining Com-
Assuminir tlio whole leupth of the linu'.tu
bo fitlO null's, It must cost ovor this broken
country for ooustruction, equipment and pur
manant buildings, a vast sum of uionoy, all
of which must be raised outside, but the
g'entir part of which must be expended in
sm1 rf Oregon. Among the other iudimcl
btnetlts to follow, 1 may mention tlm com
pletion of the iinflnished roads io Western
Oregon and Washington Territory. The.
A,i,ii,,l.ili,,n nf tlt'ta Ii.... ..I... I I
. . 111 .1 . 1 w"m.iv.um ui -kino kJMll,Q line frill UI91I IVUU
states upon tho most reliable authority to the extension ol the road southwards to
that tho Central Faoiflo Hailrond I 'b Kguu nvcr vullt.y, unJ thus provides
buliove tho prevailing sontimunt is
that two or, at mot, throo wooks bo-
fore tliu election, which will oooiir ou
tba Clb day of Juno, is plenty of time.
Partner of Oregon Itnllroad Interest.
' Tho Ortffonltin of last Monday
do the Southern Whigs tho alliance
with the Domoorats. As the oandi.
date ot tho St. Louis convention, he
would, in the estimation of the South
ern Whigs, draw off from the Repub
licans tho old Whig vole of tho North
and get tho united vote of the South,
rendering bis eleotioo a certainty.
Whatever may be tho event of this
diHutisaion there is no disguising the
progress ot the Whig movoinont,
which mny yet lake up and carry out
ttioenlecprwo triod by tuo liberals at
Oulj One Left.
Company, will, under certain condi
tions offurcd for tbe acceptance of tbo
pooplo of Orcoii? Immediately com
mence the work ot building the pro
posed railroad lrom Portlund to Win
ncmuoca, Kevada. The preoise con
ditions ofl'ored havo not yet boon
made public, tint are said by tho
Kasl without crossing
There is now only ono man left
among tbe most prominent of the He-
pany of Cooa county will probably be forced
into bankruptcy by iUcreditOfS in Calilornia.
It is rumored thut the O. 8. N. Co. are
having built in N.w York Citv a 1,000 too
snip especially designed tor tbe Oregon
A body has been found Dear Fort Canbv.
and it ia supposed to be that ot Mr. Terwil
igerrof tbe sloop from Tillamook, driven
suborn some weeks ago.
Tbe Demoerutio State central committee
called tbe State convention, to be held
at Jefferson City, May 31, to elect delegates
te the national convention.
'Coos county never bai h larcre a civil
docket as there will be at tbe next May
term of coort. Tbe general ' stagnation in
business is beginning to tell everywhere.
A bridire builder, of California, will be in
Salem in the course-of a few wteks. ai d
iiiuke the citizens of Marioo and Polk couo-
throU 'h road to the
the Bukiyou range, la time 1 expect to sw publioan party with no unsmirched rep- ties a proposition to build a bridge1 aero,
the line in the suorainento valley sxtouded utatiou for honesty. The roniaininf Ibe Willamette river at Salem. (
aim up mo jviuwmu io n IlliersecilOtl 1 .0 ., .
uuu is ouuruiurjr xriHiow, auu 00 man
knowelh what the , morrow brin
forth io regard to him. The Ore-
gonian of Tuesday remarked on' the
witb ilia Winncmucca lino, and thus piovidu
an efficient connection witb Caliloruia, also
win imt a single niuuuUiu crossing. It la
pVobabla also that branch lines will be con
structed across the level country east of the
It is vain Vj bone to olai as all alike. Let
'man stand witb bis face ia what direction
'he mill, be must oecessarily torn bis back 00
ooe-tallthe world.' I ,
The Massachusetts Press Association will
visit Philadelphia this year.
tun Lxain, at hi Mammoth Pobliihinf
Hoom, Ul Fcarl Stmt, Vsw York, iaraea HTentnii
beantUuliy fflntratad newquper and maganoM.
Vt. Laalis wa tba flnt In to United States to un
dertaka tbs publication of awwldfUltutiutrf news
paper, and U felm belonas tb honor of beinf the
paUiaber of Tbe Oldeet Tilnetrated Newipaper la
Amertea.' The pemm who aatam the ageney for
tbeee pahUeattona for thia ndnitr, and will fi
dtiiess aa apportaoity of .iupectinf the aarentl la-
rats and oopiea of the eight magniBcient chromos
the obotoe tram whith ia fivea with a snbacriptiin
to eUberoftbe Uluetrated wetkUee, wlUbavea
handsome and profitable bulneb. These papers
are well known, and sell readilv from 10 to 19 eenta
on newsstands, and are now flrst offered through
agents toanaualaubscribera, with a valuable chromo
which, to all hirers of art, is alone worth more than
the subscription pries. An snnnal aalwriber to the
Illustrated Newspaper receives during the year over
S33 newspaper piifns. FoUed to the site of a large
octave book, tho sabwriber would hare SJit Dares.
equal to seven oetnvS books ot ordinary site, say
4t0 piges saoh, aid one-half of these pages would
eon U in nne engravings, and for the centennial year
will make tbe roost accurate and valuable Uluetrat
ed History of tbe Nat iocal Jubilee published. We
advise oar read era, alter Xhey hare subscribed for
tbe Oco, to secure one of 'irauk I-ele's illustrat
ed periodical, and witb it tbe beautiful 'ehromo. : .
iJIND c Ho .ORO. P. TtOWELt ' CO., Kew
C? York, for Famphlet .df 100 pntret, eontnining
lists of KW newsp.peni, end estimates showing cost
oluauM of Testlmnny ia faror of ittu'S EotnrT
or jfoarioosD am Tan, as a speciSc for throat and
luoaj illarases are pourinj in from a parte of tbe
I'iks- Toothache Drops sure in one minnte.
; PO.-VIVS KXtJIACT-Thouaands of phyai.
oans of aO schools-Allopathlo, HomjOBopathio, Bo
tanieaad Eclectic are ia tbe habit of preacTiUnf
Pod's Eitiuci and bear tuetiiooey to Its roaay rtr-.
tneeas a Pain Destroyer, and to Us almost miraea
Ions healing properties. Sold by all druggists.
S3 Tbe National Gold Mela! was awarded to
Bradley BulofsoaforJhe.beet Pbotographalo they
United States, and tie tlraiia' "Modal foitU;bia7
ia tbe world. . "
429 MontBomerr Street, 8 mi Francisco. -
T11E CHEAPEST PLACE OK
i "-- The Paclfto Coast for DOMB-MADE : ' I
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
: ; J. H. DON ALD '
Has now on hand over ans.biini)rMl atu? Sffv ts&Im
of Boots of our own mike, which I am bound to sell
regardless of oust, and we are now prepared to make.!
coon io oraer at tie ruUowiug greatly reduced prr
ces: , . . i , i "
French Calf Boots from SS to Sa
French Kip Boots (rum IS tot9 per pair. " "
California Kip Hoots made to order fur M per pair,
And atl other work at equally low prices. Repair
ing done at short notice. All -work warranted. 1
Leather and Tindings for sale. " "' ' ' .- "
Kemnmber the stand, tvn rimra Rm,li 4 A V
Peters sVCo'.e brick store. . .
J. H. DOJf ALD. "1
; - : McCORMIOK'S
HARVESTING MACHINES i
FARMERS OF LANE COUNTY, dont waste you rpedous tirno'-and '
money any longer in looking at, diseusning or buying Third and Fourth rate''
Machines, but go straight !or tho BEST ONLY, and buy McCORMICK'&"
More than Thirty Years' Experience in Perfecting and Manufaoturing'1,
them has proved it, and over Two Hundred Thousand ' " "'XA
i' ,' " . 1 Farmers have indorsed them to bo such. -.Sodiget
this subject well and then go and look, and your., own good
senee .and judgment will lead you to buy swMcCORMICK Machine every.?
time. ; ' - ' MATWP.W ttf A TT.Tfi AM
. assees eial ww -WW eilaVSAW f UgWUif
p"b : eugicne crrr, oke gon , ,
.... NORTH PACIFIC r-
MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION
OP PORTLAND, 0REG0X. ,
Wat rounded In the year J 894, with a Capital
Slock of UQO.OOO, on a Oiild Coin Bjais, and in
eorporatel under tbe trws of the State of Oregon.
t. Wasskrman, Pwldent. '
E. 'Quack ENBUsa. Vice President.
D. W. WiiKKiKLD, Secretary.
W. S. Laaa, Treasurer.
W. H. KrriNora, Attorney. .--
Jt. P. tloBSa, Manager.
. WaSRKKlf AN.
W.8. Ladd, ; .
W. H ErriNort,
Wm. Wadham, .
J. L. Atkinson,
M. P. Uoksb, .
TABLE RA W.
Jmina Journal to bo that tho Cen- ""V??.. cft.p "t. T
nnim iu ins tm wiiuuui cnissitig me Uaa-
tMl ruoifio will undcrtako to build caJoa. , That very vuntuluruble eipansiuu
tho road ia quoBtioti, and oompleto It of Iho branthes of InJuHry on tuo bauks ol
U u, :.. ,t, c..- . rt "w ",l'r t;'"bia aud tributaries, and el-
iu two years, in case the State ot Or- ,0 on tll() ,mrM wf t SounJ( D;usl f(l.
egon will guarantee the intorost on low, is not douhirul. Jn pariicnl.tr youreoni
throo millions of dollars in bonds for T'", U?T1 ,"W ,be hJ
. . demand for iuel for the mnehinery ef N'e.
a terra of years, at nay six por cent., va.la, aud a oew market will be furoishod lot
making an annual liability on the part tnegruius, wests and fruits of your State
of the SU10 of one hundred .d it
eighty thousand dollars. This uudor thence to Wasliiiijjton Territory and Hritlsh
tho proeout CQnstittilion of this Slate L'oluuible, will untimately ba o ln ""nost
.nfl.,l,; f i ... ''"iw'eucatoyourwerchants and laborers
' i " vuuoHiuiiuii With a iIasim la tn.iAl
tiiountaiiis to the sottleumnts on the Coluin- honor " aud 'integrity of ex Speaker
hia at or above the D-lles, and so provide i,i ' i .'t f j
uiiiiiiu, nuu luu pinny ji;iiir oi a (lay
Mr.TJo'.rlen, who lives near' the mouth tl
looking (elasa, Douclus cenntv., iproposas to
ougf ejiniwiYeij in toe cuitare oi orooin-
corn, the coining seiison. His crop is al
roaoy engagea at iuu per ton. '
The tlametr, Polkc6untv.su "Ever.
iuiiii in tua auape oi oorse tlesh Is called
into requisition now lor the purpose of turn
I... iL . a . J 1 II
ma over uitt varoy. sou. aianv an acre
ought to be sown between this and May 1st.
The loss of stock in tba castera portion of
w" county Das oeen vary severe, and more
stack has died this winter and snrinir than
hss ded heretofore, all put ioniser, since SPRING
a uu is protty
FIVE AGES-A, B, C, D,E,
Ages between 1 & 12 annual premium.. $5 00
rj a, vi ,.5 oo
" 10 4 8S " - .. 6 00
T 4S0 " "... 6 00
" 60S 85 " .. 5 00
Or $35 may be paid at anyone time, on an
neat vnur iihwi h,J . .. . . I
Wight, however, if Uie people saw fit, promptly and as far as tbe unities oltb, H af ' i"7 i i Smith an family, living
hat if my associates I . pnn u uiu uu i -, uniauin mini, oaa oeerj su
later has a telugrani which states that
the Indianapolis Sentinel says edilori
ally of him Vv- 1
J. C. Harrison, a prominent banker
of this city, is io possession of secret.
, - r t - ,11 , I uuio,i,iui an uui
mo exposure ot wnion will lorever th
iittnu tuc oi uniicuia ui ouruiiq prom- oaru on Lake.
a ! 1 . t .1 . f 1
iiiuue vuuiuai,o mr vim x resiliency. Tbe . State Boar, of Education 1...
it, is inus, au eniry appears In the sranted a StateXife Diuloma to Mr Rvl r.
minutosoflhe exeoutive coinmittcea I Simpson, entiilintr him to teach in anv
of tho board of directors ot the Union I Pu,he school in this Slate during hie life.
Tncifie Uailroad Co., oi Dee. 16. 1871, u"Ipm revtlk or iaimoralor other uapreles
showtug that IC4.000 ' ol the com- "0B1 co"duct-"
Hie polity, and no further Annual Premium will
be required, nor any fuither payment, except for
Death Assessments in that special division as tbev
G. J, BUYS,,
, . Local' Agent.
" " " TOR THE
& SUMMER TRADE I
be amcudod in tiino to begin tho work
tho coming fall, - ; ,
;Tbe Constitution, Arliolo XVII ,
jirovidca: , , . . . . , . j
Skttion 1. Any smendmeut or amendments
to tbis Constitution may beproposed iu either
case aumii, i win say tuat if mv
and myself, upon lurther iu-veatiualion. con
clude to biwnie encased in it, it will be nec
essary to have some changes mude in the
leeislufien to that end, which I deem indis-
pensnbla to oar success. 1 hand you here
with, mmnorandiim of the prinrinal nrovia-
Ions nf am h a bill aa il would be proper to i
right to it. " At a meeting of tho
board of directors in September, 187
Harrison, who has been a membor ot
that board a number of years, through
mo mnuenco ot Mutator Alortoo, hi
troiiuuva a resolution callinu for
----- - r'i"i mwi, w bhii i uiu aa it wuuiti oe nrnner tu I -.. . i w
branch of tbe Legislative Asseniblf. and in lav bf ,irn vnne ii.trUiiiiitra f.,p ,i I coiuiuui.eu iw inveanuate xne niattor
ek. i.. ii i.' i i. ' , -.1 ' '"""".Mve .j J. S ..t.. i
' . suaii ua Barren uy a majority ami approval.
of ail tbe members ehned to naoh of the two This, bowever, It should be understood, is
Houses, suci proposud aiiieaduiHnt or amend- eonditional upon the discovery of S'Mn, more
Bieots shall, witb Uia yeas aud nara thereon. I,.ail.)., mi. iK., . k. .i,,..
be entored oo Uieir Journals, and referred to ined. Inasmuch as we would not lake the re."
tqO AyeglSiailYO .1
xt general elect
tive Asanmhle mn
..,.v , ., j.,,,,,,.,, .uioui wiiicq wouia oe aumisaio e to your
...-...r. .. m mKrmKi , rwopiw, u you corrvcuy rt'tlact tbeir riewa.
by a BsjoritrofaUlhe memtiers elect.d Io Uo the supposition, bowew, that a route
each House, ties it shall be tbo duty of the aisy y,a be found involvinr eerv much less
ig..auvAaseiuuiy to suomitsuca amend- dsrfloulty, which we ho(m aud expect may b- drawn. These tacts are known
awrrrr wn.,,.t ,hs -r.-. Mr. W.lson,ofrow, who was
., "-i .s iwsis ypon wnico we. oa oar tart, will
Uy for at Jeast four eonsecutiva weeks In Uie contract to do the work within the tit
aviriai urwp,aiers puiuisTiea d inia pran; sientioued.
rfieir journals, and reterreU to ined, in.i.nmt'h as we would not lake the re.
Assetnblytolchoscn at the sponsibility of anv route we have acquaint,
cction; and if. in the Imla- anee witb. on these terms, nor opoo any coo
so nen chnwn.seeh propoA-d eMioos which would be admissible to your I
and if a majority of said elect on shall ratify
tbe same, aach amendment or amendments
hall become a part of this Censiitolion.
2. , If two or more amendments shall
be submitted at the same time, they shall be
submitted b such a manner that the electors
susll vote for or afint each of sut h amend
meats separately j and wbile aa amendment
or amendments which shall' bars beon
agreed npoa by ms Lecwlative Amtar:bly
shall be awaitimr the action ui a Iyii!aiiv
Aasen.bJy, or of the elitlbN, oo aUitioaal
moodmaat or amendments' thill be pro
Folk. County Nomination,
The Democratic County Conven
tion which assembled at Dallas lust
Saturday, the 6th inst., made the fol
lowing nominations for county offi
cers: or Stale Senator, Hon. Beo
III) den ; Representatives, S. S. SUats,
T. J. Haytcr, G. Hubbard; Sheriff, F.
M. Collins; Clerk. D. J. Holmes:
i bo Jwrml further underaUnJs Treasurer, W. H. Ray ; County Com
that Li order to fccilitate tnattera ap- miasioners, S, IL Dornird, II. JJyrley ;
pLcation will be inada to the CSovar- Schocl Sojierintendent, Ji X. Max
nor to call a special session cf the well , Surveyor, S. T. Iureh ; Coro
Ixgiklative Afceiully, so tint llo ao- cer, Dr. Hates; Delegates to the Slate
tion, If favoraMo, of tho two fstrot!S Convention, Hon. IJ, F. Barch, E.
oi'tlc AMcmth', the regular session McDanels, S. S. Staats, L M. Hail,
CMXumvg next Sjt'jjteuibrr, may be I D. M. Hay Jen.
aud report who secured ' this larce
sum of money and all circumstances
attending Us disbursement. No sooner
had this been done than Mr. Rollins,
secretary of the board, quietly went
to Mr. Harrison' and said yea must
withdraw that reoliitioB, an investi
gation will involve Mr. Blaine aad
defeat his re-election. He got the
money. Tho resoluiion was with-
ent at the lime the resolution was in
troduced and withdrawn. As a mem
ber of ihe board of directors, it is
proper to say tW a lot ol worthless
Arkansas railroad bonds were depna
lied aa collateral security lor l his
money. Mr. Harrison's testimony
before com nittee of Congress, in
connection with the fraud, wot Id be
botti interesting and startling. Hy
all weans let hirn be called. The
country is entitled to tho disclosure.
Let eo ffuuiv man eacapex
John Fallon. lk coach rasa of President
Andrew Jstkaoo.dinl recently at Nahvill
rnanity and tobaono rw tbe enauties)
on wfiica many a boy walks la a loaWs
by death lately, bavins lost two iDtereatlnv
little xirls, one aged 7 and tbs other 11.
Diptheria carried off one of the little girls,
auu auppoeau internal aoeees me otber,
Never since the Bret white inhabitant sett
tied en this northern coast has there been
o much damace to publio ways by winds in
the lorest aa during tbe past winter. The
road to MehaJwi. from Astoria fs airs I a a I.
most completely blocked with fallen timber.
Tie tesidence of Mr. J. H. Moa er. aima.
t.I oo tbe south bnk of ihe Columbia rive-.
14 nines nitw me i 'alios, was accnlenta lit
uHKiniTixi 07 nrw on iat aioorjay anernooo
IM about 52.000. Mr. M osier aod . wife
were Jowa io Ibe WilUaette valley al the
The Centennial Committee at Porftaad
hat eaTrtrneJ iha foUowinf prrvrataase lor
rwcraerwf me ueflteiimal week: First day.
mile heatr. 3 In 5, frw for all horses axeeni
Osceola and ' Twenty-on: first nrem'nm
'0j sreond $100. Second dr. Irottino-.
mile brais. 3 in S. fre fur all: first oremimrJ
, ,,,n. ., . . .
,-sini; BTOrMi vo; tniM 5200. iMrtrance
lor all paisea 10 per eeol ; threw to start
... ' -
Sews by mil aw4 Telexrmwk. .
A. T. Stewart, tha hJI ksewa dry yodi
nvrchani of New York. diSd oa the 10th.
II lea ea an estate valued at from tea to
WB BEO te Inform ear friemls aod Uie pnblio
that SI hava inaf. mrMv.,1 ,1 , .a... wun
nwiaw anu uie CAsuirn niaraeu
AN IMMENSE STOCK
. ; : ; ; o ; f i ' .;;
HATS AND'CArS, ' '
BOOTS AND SIIOE$
Clocks, Paints, Oils, Etc.,
fie.ecte: by ear Br. 8. Rosinblatt, which we
. I1KDTJCKD PRICKS. . '.
Parties will Sad tt to tholr lt. n
aad ezsraire sor stock and pneaa before porch.
pa. wiawwsvcii a
Highest price paid for all k.nds of Produce
8. ROSENBLATT & CO.,
! W. C. NELSON'S: :
Improved Iron King Wind Mill.
1 " (Patented Nov. 9th,'lT.l '
THE THUE FRIEND OF THE ... .
Fruit Grower, the Farmer, the Irrigator.
' , : ' ,AN1 ALL ... .
WHO REQUIRE TUE USE OP ttTATESl !
''-'i L ' r,y
There are several reasons why this Mill should be
p relerred to all others : T
Ilia far more durable be'jaTiai' ai it' all
Watches, dock and Jewelrj
M USI O,
a A w r .l. ill n .
!ii!.u.s aa to iim un unsi j mn .wt.,. n H .
,a i.uj.- ' l . '?f-'-mii,ruBLicrortl,elrsairt iher
. m ""S sejary A al pimoae, we bow Invite (ben to call on as
vi prrjear. . i si essr aew rvoos la Uaderwnod A Co a new hrirk
A' srnA.r.l .KS-ir- n..L L 1' 1. attoKiaent of
i m WW niaia ur-u t siaaiuvjipi sai t sT'sasuai ih aaTjaw mrwrrm awm
the ceiniB Democratic Candidate for Prrai. watcbea. Clocks aad Jewelrv teoairnl la ta. k. t
I arm. ... I "aicwiassBaaaer ua warraatcd.
11m prt trader'rt rwt Concha, Tevbj, WEs-tia g TVr-a
The crowd, of v',Us at tba CeattiiJ ! ?M ".'a'? lul PJ lie. Bks) ,000 ' .
Kahtbilk croaodi trow Unror day by day. PAWl " poat
f'f wimlmir aroosJ anj tbmack every Tbe enfe of B. F. BetVr d fd oa tbs 6th
e.Hk aew cursor of the aiaia OavoniaJ ! i01- he was 55 years of are.
Ui.Uir.a-. a rr.o Riay waU tktf-smi aod I Four hoadred ramt.lara ara r1.t-A. .1
threw-e.Sfct enle. I ClrrtSDe, Wyosuat TerrilorT.
' WW 0
04 T. I- il .
ou. it is i,ncnier oecaaseor its) simplicity and
daiabllity, and will outlast several Wbedsn VtiUai
thrve pieces of operating machinery.- i r-
4th. It is more powerful thsa anv other Mill. -
on accouut of the Uiln fan, .asd oooaequent in
creased suction of air InA kk,nu' it i. x
hv an eecentric, beiut far jsaperinf to tbe Icmnk 1
tburtorreBt.nin.ualirtincraiirf riiinr nn... '
4th. It needs do ca:a. rin argftri 1
.ir.rJin u . ' "
It regulntes, protect and takes care of itself. ,x
7th. It d'lea more work mnt ,.!., .,jit..i
laicer bodv of water. It will ,nkm.,.. . i.
tract of laud, with l.wind sad in a shSrtersoice)
ot time thas anv otber. Windmill n... in
may be act to turn out of the wiod at any desired
purpose'' re,l)i"8 railwted kver format
,h8 n m t00kth My PremiumAvet-W
he Califamia state fair, ever the maay ethers
there on prhihiMnn
6th. It never warps, shrinks; or awellshencsi;
waot liable to get out ot ordir.. Oncewi.it
s sll right, .. . , , y w , ;
aat ti -
there on exhibition.
f PRICE Usf i.
Mills anl County rlghu for sale by .' ' ' "
' . ' 'i 8. atcMUBBAT.
9 Foot Wheel...
x 01 atl At. For sale enly by a
' 1 . u. UESDRICK3.
iu medical pnwera
i-rer the Ho man Hair.
1 his preparation sradi.
ts Scurf and Daa'
IniS, axcitinf hl
Uiyartioa of thTrooU
ot the Hair, thereby
rmprnTirif its rrowt&l
and Beaaty. and is a.
re preresitiTe fnr
"alJoess, aad hj its
-e-jiieat ase eaosea tba
Harrtoaaaame rts for.
Br kfaJthfnl aad ril
'ib appearsar. Iks
lender tt indiapenaablw
to a Ledr'e Toilet.
lais prtrmratioa la
purely rnreuMe. fret
pared and aoM I
OEK CTTT, OREOOJf. . ,t,,,u
Also keena on han't u.T .a... .
of raaora. strans. bnaA .k..,. .JT ...,TT
and perfumery. ' '
Notice of Dissolution i t
THgPARTTrTJWrrrTr rTTPFTOrOFl TXVfT.
Iff HtVM Jownk ft .
SerHep, w direrl March Kith by mntualslW
sent, baa Nea-Vr rrtmar J..t. ai 7 -
smbw, n the liernlnes of thelate In, anS (
P"ty satlftorisrf Sasoil-t .M f drtt?"
daa thenua. r JOMtPH PTEhXBjai."'
Janctio, Cty. Wk Sjta. ;i , ' ' .
GEO. J. D UJ aSLc3.Sv v
BOOK AND JOB" PRTXTF
txvcaz CTTT. OEXOOX.