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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1871)
Published Every Saturday Morning
BY J. N. T. MILLER & CO.,
Publishers and Proprietors.
FFÎOE-—On California St,, over Raamea A
ion’s Ijvary Stable.
In T sb D emocratic T imes will ha ahargai at
the following rates
Every variety of Job Work executed with *•*!
nee« and dispatch, at reasonable rates.
DR. A. B. OVERBECK
1I/ILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR-
W GERY, and will attend promptly to all calls
F imst JrnKlAL D istmict .—Circuit. Judge, P. on professional business. His office and residence
P. Prim : Prosecuting Attorney, II. K. Hanna.
The Overbeck Hospital,
Jackson County—Circuit Court, Second Monday
in February anil November. County Court, first On Oregon Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
Monday in each month.
S. F. CHAPIN, M. D
fgS* Office and residence at Ryan’a brick build
Jaebaoavin« JVee.eet.—Justice of the Peaae,
ing, Third street between California and Main.
Jamas R. Wade; Constable, N. Stephenson.
Tote* of Jack»onvillt.— Trustees, James A. Wil-
N. Fisher. Lewis Zigler, John Bilger and J.
S. Howard ; Recorder, U. S. Hayden ; Treas-
«ror, Henry Pape ; Marshal, James P. McDaniel
(KEPT OS THE EUROPEAN PLAN,)
J osephine cocntv .
CoHtty Officer». —Judge, J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff,
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk. Charles Hughes ; Asses-
eor, R. K. Foley; Treasurer, Wm. Naucke;
Commi»sionors. Thomas G. Patterson. II. Wood-
e«»ck ; School Superintendent, R. R. Middles-
Jotepkint County.— Circuit Court. 2d Monday
in April aud Fourth Monday in October. County
Court, First Monday in January, April, July and
Corner of Stark and Front Streets,
ZIERER A- IlOLTON, PROPRIETORS.
JACKSONVILLE LODGE N«. !•
May lat, 1869.
stantly on hand.
•very Saturday evening at the Odd Fellow«’
Hall. Brother« in good «tending are invited to
EDWIN SMITH, N. G.
HENRY KLIPPEL, R. Sec y.
J ohn B ii . oeb .
8. J. D av ,
I saac S aibs ,
Regular Rebekah Degree meeting, Inst Menday
aight of each month, St 7J »’«loet p. m.
12 1-2 Cents.
And Small Profits,
Oregouian, Pocahonta«. Tribe No. 1, Im
proved Order of Red Men,
“IS MY M1TT0.”
OLD tb«ir stated eouneils at Odd Fellow«' Hall,
the third sun in each seven suns, at the Sth
SELLING A SUPERIOR ARTICLE
run. A cordial invitation to all brothera in good of Saddle« i and Harness cheaper than ever was
E. D. FOUDRAY, S.
oflered before in Jacksonville. “Seeing is belier-
Jos. H. HrraR. C. of R.
i«E” Give me a call before purchasing else-
DR. L. DANFORTH,
Physician and Surgeon,
AS permanently locatod on the Fort Lane
Ranch, two miles north of Willow Springs,
and offers bis professional services to the people of
Jackson and Josephine counties.
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
<i«a« with neatness and dispatch.
Jackaoaville. Jan. 14th, 1971.
Call at J. Neuber’s
A nd see iiis fine
stock of new
Goods direct from the manufacturers.
He has a fine lot o
Slwwlng IVf a c li 1 u. o a
Prices from $20 to $110, cash.
A rkansas L ivekv S table .
A New Lot of
AMERICAN LEVER WATCHES
Just from the Factory.
He ia agent for the best Rifles and Pistol« made,
among which ia the
Opposite the Old
DR. W. JACKSON,
Which repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with once load
All kinds of Watch and Clock Cleaning and
Dental Rooms in building formerly occupied by
Dr. E. H. Greenman, corner California and Fifth Repairing done to order at half price.
Jacksonville, May 13, 1865.
Streets. All styles ef Dental work don« on short
notie«, at reduced prices. Particular attention
given to the regulation of children's teeth. Teeth
extracted without pain by the use ef the late
method of local anesthesia. All work warranted.
Nov. 20th, 1869.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Pioneer Bit House,
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ESTABLISH-
e. a Real Estate Agency in connection with I Cor. Third A Cal. et«., (opposite the U. .S'. Hotel,)
their Law Office, and are prepared to buy and sell
real estate in this and adjoining counties. Records
searched and abstracts of title prepared with dis
patch and accuracy. Parties at a distance can
communicate with us by addressing
FAY A REA,
JOHN NOLATW, PROP’R.
April M, ISTI.
C. W. KAUB*.
IQUORS by the gla««, bottl«, demijohn, or keg.
Th« proprietor of this old stand was the first
to bring liquors down a to bit a drink nine years
Atforaey and Gannsellor-at-Law, ago in Jacksonville. I will be happy to have my r
friends call and aee me. The best kinds «f wines,
liquors and cigars always on hands. Families sup
plied with the best and purest in the market, a-
Will practice in th« Supreme Conrt, District, ani 'reasonable rates.
Jacksonville, July 12th , 18YI.
other Court« of this Stat«.
KAHLER A WATSON,
OFFICE—In baildiag formerly occupied by 0.
Jaoobs—opposite Court Hous« square.
D. B. MBA.
CHEAP FOR CASH!
KAREWSKI, HAYING JUST OPENED
• a large stock ef
FAT * RE A
Attorneys and Counsellors*at«Law,
OFFICE—la Court Hons«, up stairs.
STAPLE DRY GOODS.
Will practice ia the Supreme and other Courts
of this State.
BOOTS A SHOES,
*flF* Particular attention paid to the eollection
•f Claim« BKainst the Federal and State Govern-
BiMta. the Entry of Lands under the Pre-emption
and Homsatead Laws, and to the Entry of Mineral
Lodaa under the recent Act of Congres».
THE TABLE ROCK SALOON.
PAINTS A OILS.
Wintjen & Helms, Proprietors.
Oregon St., next to Odd Fellows* Building.
essrs , wintjen
“Quick Sales & Small Profits.”
inform their friends and the public generally
that they have thoroughly refitted their saloon,
and reduced the price ef liquors to
12 1-3 CENTS.
THE BRICK STORE,
Corner of Oregon end Mein Streets, offers
They will be happy to have their friends “call bergeini, «uoh as hare not been offered before at
Thia stock is fresh and of the best quality, and
CASH purchasers will do well to eall on him.
Tinglmh Ale and Porter,
RESOURCES OF OREGON.
STATE SiyAMP LAJiDS.
Officer»— Judge, L. J. C. Duncan;
Clerk, Silas J. Day ; Sheriff, Henry Klippel;
Deputy Sheriff, E. D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
Neuber ; Assessor, David Redpath ; County Com
missioners, John S. Herrin, Thomas Wright;
School Superintendent, Win. M. Turner; Survey
or, J. 8. Howard ; Coroner. L. Ganung.
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2,1871.
Bubaeriplion, per annum...........
together with the flneat brands of liquor« and al
gal* always on head.
SO Paints of Billiard« for Drinks.
Apfi Mh lflYP.
taken in exohange for good«. Also ground salt ia
50 and 100 lbs. saeks, and fine Lirerpoel salt.
Jaauary Y», lflTB,
First insertion, (ten lines or lass)......... H
For each week thereafter........ . ........................... SI ••
A liberal deduction from the above rates will ha
made on quarterly and yearly advertisement«.
LEGAL TENDERS taken *t par flw
PRINCE ALEXIS—HIS RECEPTTION THE DATE OF THE CRUCIFIXION.
AT NEW YORK.
The New York Price Current says the
people of the Atlantic States have a much
more imperfect idea of the wealth and re
sources of Oregon than they have of Cal
ifornia, albeit the two States lie side by
side. We gather from the census some
information of the products of Oregon,
which may prove interesting to business
men, and which show that the “web
foot” State is not by any means the least
important of our agricultural common
wealths. Here are statistics of produc-
tion, etc., of this State in 1869 :
Wheat............ bush. 1,750,000 $1,500,000
Barley .................... 200,000
Potatoes......... ......... 500,000
The returns show further that there
were in the State in 1869, 48,800 horses,
1,560 mules and asses, 79,312 milch cows,
101,960 sheep, 112,700 swine, and 140,500
young cattle. Total value of domestic
animals, $7,946,255. Cheese was produc
ed the same year to the amount of 105,-
279 pounds, and butter 1,(MM),159 pounds.
Production has already been prodigiously
stimulated since 1869 by the building of
railroads and accessions to the popula
tion. The continued operation of these
and other causes will multiply the pro
ducts of agriculture in Oregon ten-fold
by the time the next decennial census is
taken.— Democratic Era.
Herr Kalb, the German savant, in a
When the reception steamer, Mary work recently published, shows that there
At the regular meeting of the Board of
Powell, steamed up along side the Svel- was a total eclipse of the moon concomi
Swamp Land Commissioners, comjxjsed
land, Minister Catacy, with his Secreta tantly with the earthquake that occurred
of His Excellency, L. F. Grover, Hon. S.
went on board the Svelland to in when Julius Ciesar was assassinated, on
F. Chadwick, Secretary of State, Hon. L.
form the Grand Duke that the Reception the 15th of March, B. C. 44. He had al«
Fleischner, Treasurer of State, and Hon.
Committee awaited his arrival on board so calculated the Jewish calendar to A.
T. H. Cann, Clerk, on Nov. 16th, the fol
the Powell to tender him the hospitalities D. 41, and the result of his researches ful
lowing proceedings were had :
the city. The Duke immediately ly confirms the fact recorded by the
On motion of Hon. L. Fleischner, it
the Powell, where he was re Evangelists of the wonderful physical
ceived by Gen. Aspinwall, and the Exec events that accompanied the crucifiion.
1st. That all applicants must, in order
utive Committee formed a line on the Astronomical calculations prove, without
to keep their applications valid, within
deck, while the Duke passed a shadow of doubt, that on the 14th day
ninety days after the date of public no
to the upper saloon. Arriving of the Jewish month Nisan (April 6,)
tice as provided in section 2 of an Act en
was received by the Reception there was a total eclipse of the
titled an Act providing for the selection
Committee, Gen. John A. Dix delivering sun, which was accompanied, in all
and sale of swamp and overflowed lands
the welcome address, as follows:
probability, by the earthquake, “when
belonging to the State of Oregon, approved
“Your Royal Highness, the citizens of the veil of the Temple wag rent from the
October 26th, 1870, pay 20 per centum of
New’ York are glad to w’elcome you to top to the bottom, and the earth did
the purchase money to the Clerk of the
the United States. We are glad to wel quake, and the rock rent.” (Matt. xxxiL
come one who represents his Imperial 51.) St. Luke describes the eclipse in
2d. In case of there being more than
Highness, the Czar of Russia. We are these words : “And it was the sixth hour
one applicant for any tract or parcel of
to welcome a representative of a (12 noon,) and there was darkness over
overflowed or swamp land, and the first
for which w’e have so much re all the land till the ninth hour (8 P. M.,)
legal applicant shall fail to make pay
spect, kindly feeling and confidence. and the sun was darkened.” (Luke xxii.
ment as by law required, then the next
We are not so old as European nations, as 44.) This mode of reckoning corresponds
applicant who has, in every respect, com
civilization dates back but one hun perfectly with the result of another cal
plied with the requirements of the law,
years ; but among our institutions culation our author made by reckoning
shall be entitled to the purchase of that
customs you will no doubt find backward from the great total eclipse of
things to admire and carry back to April, 1818, allowing for the difference
3d. If any or all applicants to any tract
country. We are glad that between the old and new styles, which
or parcel of swamp or overflowed lands,
to carry back to his Imperi also give April 6th as the date of the new
should fail to comply with the require
your father, the well wish moon in the year A. D. 31. As the ver
ments of the law within the time speci
Again I say wc nal equinox of the year fell on March
fied, then any person can make applica
25th, and the Jews ate their Easter
tion for the same tractor parcel of swamp
inline was iAmb, and celebrated their Frib Pcn»oht
or overflowed land.
at least 10,000. The Twenty-second and or feast of the Passover, on the following
4th. All applications made after the
Eleventh Regiments marched on either new moon, it is clear April 6th was iden
expiration of ninety days from the date
of the Grand Duke’s carriage, as a tical with Nisan 14th, of the Jewish cal
of public notice, must be accompanied are just at this time making themselves
of honor. The ride of the Prince endar, which, moreover, was on Friday,
with 20 per centum of the purchase happy with the hope that the discussion
Battery to Union Square was the Paraskevee, or day of preparation for
of the “Passive Policy” is likely to result
ovation. Cheer rose upon the Sabbath, and this agrees with the
Sth. In cases of conflict, where there
fluttered from Hebrew Talmud. Thus, by the united
are more than one applicant to a tract or
parcel of swamp or overflowed lands, all serve to show’ how much the present ¡delicatehands. A shout, that was taken testimony of astronomy, archeology, tra
claimants must deposit 20 per centum of party in power have to fear from the uni- UP a^ the Battery, wras rolled in one huge ditional and Biblical history, there can
the purchase money with the Clerk of the ted action of the Democratic party in the volume to the Clarendon, and the re be but little doubt that the date of the
Board within ninety days from the date next campaign. We see no reasons foripcated bows of the Prince and his smil- crucifixion was April 6th, A. D. 31.
their congratulations. The Democratic 1
face showed how keenly he appreci-
of public notice.
D arwinian .—The New Zealand cor
the great honors showered upon him.
6th. The Board at its earliest conven
of the Alta California says:
ience shall, by letters registered in the
Mr. Darwin’s theory
United States Post Ofllce, give notice to but submitted it to the party in tune for tleman rose cn masse and gave Alexis a —that man is descended
from the mon
such claimants of the day set for the trial
many, the fol
of such conflicts.
7th. In case of any or «all parties inter decision all are willing to submit. There his carriage, taking off his hat and bow
ested in any case or trial failing to apjwar is no necessity for any bitterness of feel ing to the right and left. The head of
on the day of trial, as set forth in official ing on the subject, nor will there be any. the procession soon reachsd the Claren earnestness by Southern papers. Mr. sober
notice, or neglect to give notice to the j The party is one of principle and can don Hotel. Space having been made for early life was spent in the wilds of South
Board of their inability to appear on the
the Duke, he alighted and entered for a Africa. When a mere infant he was one
day of trial, then the Board shall go on cy.— Plaindealer.
few moments, after which he came upon day laid peacefully at rest at the door of
and decide the c«ase.
balcony, accompanied by his staff, his woodland home. His worthy parent,
8th. On the decision of any case, the
reviewed the troops, marching past near the cabin, shot the young offspring
Board shall order the Clerk oft he Board
—each regiment presenting of a monkey, at which the feelings of the
to inform the applicant to whom the land
under the balcony. The affectionate mamma were of course much
has been awarded, and to return the sev
Band, of a hundred wounded. She was, however, driven
eral dejiosits to the respective contestants
Bergmann, will sere- away by the approaching hunter, and in
found not to be entitled to hold as pur
of the Clarendon passing the cabin door, noticed and stole
chasers of the swamp and overflowed
To-morrow the the future N. Z. Legislator. The loss
to pay his was not discovered for nearly an hour af
9tli. Whever money is paid to the
Disp., terward, and then all efforts to find the
Clerk of the Board on account of conflicts,
robber proved unavailing. Three months
he shall give the applicant a certificate ted to the wants of the country, would
this period a hunting party came
of deposit instead of a receipt.
a family of monkeys in the wilder
L aura D. F air .—The Sacramento
10th. The Clerk of the Board shall de
there, in the arms of the oare-
posit with the Treasurer of State all
untutored wet-nurse, was the
moneys as received by him on account of of Europe averages between five and six
who chattered and jibber-
conflicts, and take the Treasurer of
State’s certificate of deposit for the same, France averaging more than the United
ed of murder and sentenced to death I
to be returned by the order of the Board. States, and even Spain half as many.
be any more
11th. The Clerk of the Board shall pay
all expenses arising from the selection,
regon F arming .—The average yield the occasion was anticipated as one that of our race and those hairy denizens of
management and sale of the swamp and of wheat in the Willamette Valley this
would induce a crowd about the Court the woods ? Why did the hunters step
overflowed lands, out of any funds aris year
in and thus prevent the development of
ing from the sales of such swamp and and the total yield will be about one- room, very few were in attendance—per another
link in the Darwin chain ? The
overflowed lands, after approval of bills third more than it was last year. The
borne home, and under careful
by the Board and upon order of the Pres spring-sown wheat has not been as pro
training the evil effects of
ident of the Board.
ductive as during some former years. Iquence of the bar is admissible—stern bad company were removed.
12th. In case there should not be suffi
present season will beoneof unusual I anti stubborn legal logic alone finding
cient funds on hand to pay such approved The
P rize F ight T raining .—The two
for the farmers of Oregon, who refuge there.
bills, the Clerk shall file them, and en lave heretofore
brutal individuals, Mace and Cobum, who
dorse thereon the date of presentation
to 50 cents per bushel; while this year until Monday, when it is said Mr. Cook have been matched against each other for
and then pay the same in rotation as the 40
will realize an average of $1 or more will make the final argument for the de a prize fight, to come off within a hun
money comes in.
; oats that formerly sold for fense and be followed by the Attorney- dred miles of New Orleans on the 30th of
13. After all bills of expenses are paid, 25 cents, are
now selling for 75 ; wool, General for the people. However, should November, have gone into regular train
all surplus moneys, if any, shall be paid that in previous
years sold for 15 and 20 Mr. Cook’s condition prove too weak for ing, which will be continued without In
by the Clerk of the Board to the Treasur cents, is now selling
at from 30 to 40 cts. his appearance in Court, Judge Curtis termission until the day of the battle.
er of State and his receipt taken for the This advance in the products
of the farm will take his place. The result of this There is something in this prize fight
will give an immense impetus to farming case will perhaps not be known for sever training that is suggestive to invalids or
in that state.— Pacific Hural Press.
al days, as it is thought the Court will persons of weak constitutions. We find,
“W here —W here is O maha ?”—
take it under advisement tor a time. The for instance, that Cobum rises at six
The Sioux City (Iowa) Times gets off the
A shell , during the height of the bom public is on tiptoe of expectation regard o’clock precisely, takes a sharp walk of
following good one on Omaha:
four miles, breakfasts on a chop of steak,
bardment of Strasbourg, in the late Fran
President Grant arrived here yesterday co-Prussian war, passed through one of ing it, and suggestions are numerous as walks ten or twelve miles, returns, is
at three o’clock, and started for the Og the beautifully painted windows of the
rubbed down, eats a tremendous dinner,
den House to get a square meal.
rests a while and takes a couple of hours’
cathedral, flew across the nave, and
He was waited upon by Mayor Cad smashing to pieces the organ pipes, lodg
W oman P resident .—In answer to exercise, such as sparring, handling the
well, ex-Mayor Millard, Gen? Augur, ed in the very heart of the grand organ, the A question
propounded by the Golden Indian clubs, etc.; at five o’clock takes
Senator Hiclicock and Hon. John Taffe, which is one of the wonders of Europe. Age— “Shall the
President of the another four-mile walk, at six takes a
who, in a very suppliant address, written Had the shell exploded, the organ and United States be next
a woman ?” — the light supper, and promptly at nine re
by the ministers and schools of the West the greater part of the cathedral would Chariest on Courier says
: “Thinking it tires to bed. There is no deviation from
Side, in council assembled, begged His have been destroyed ; but, strange to say, all over, we don’t know but
he shall be a this course, and the result is that at the
Excellency to favor Omaha by a visit, if the missile remained embedded in the woman. Where’s the objection
? It de end of a month he is prepared to give
only for five minutes.
centre of the musical instrument, pends very’- much, it strikes us, on what blows that would kill any ordinary man,
Grant (taking a cigar stump from his very
without doing further injury. Tt has kind of a woman it shall be. If she were and to receive such with impunity as
lips :) “Omaha, Omaha; where the dev now been extracted, and has been placed young and beautiful, raven tresses, mar would put an end to the life of an ox.
il is Omaha ?”
in the aisle of the cathedral, on a marble ble brow, pearly teeth, finely chiseled
Delegation: “It’s only across the riv pedestal, bearing an inscription which nose, rose-bud mouth, really kissable, and
R adical T hievery A dmitted .—The
er, your Imperial Majesty.”
gives the date and a description of the all that sort of thing, so often given of Oregonian virtually admits that it be
Grant, (puff, puff) — “Damn it! I occurrence.
their heroines by the novelists of the ro lieves from $5,000 to $7,000 of the five per
-thought Omaha was somewhere up in
mantic school; and if she had the intel cent, proceeds of the sale of public lands,
the Indian Reserve, among the Black
R ough on the F lies ..—At last the lect of a Bacon or a Webster, and knew that accrued during the Woods’ adminis
bird Hills. I have no time to switch ofl pestiferous house-flies are to meet the fate how to hold her tongue when important tration, were stolen by that precious pair
and see side issues.”
they so richly deserve. Titusville, Pa.,
of state are to be kept, then where of villains now comprising the majority
It is understood that there are no town has invented a reliable sort of fly-paper. secrets
the objection? Mind, we do of the “Utah Gang”—Woods and May ;
lots to be given away in Omaha, and the This fly-paper is covered with nitro gly not say there
would bo none; we only and that paper is terribly exercised with
whisky there is miserable stuff.
cerine, glue and molasses. The flies, at ask what the objection would be ? Any fear about the consequences to its party
tracted by the molasses, alight, and are how, all must admit that such a Presi in the coming election, should this vil
T he M ount C enis T unnel . —The Btuck fast by the glue. Should any get dent would give a lively interest to gov lainous transaction be looked into by the
longest and rapidist subterranean journey away, they proceed to rub their legs to ernmental affairs. ' But we repeat, it very proper authorities. The Oregonian may
ever yet made, was made on Wednesday, gether in ecstacy, when friction of their greatly depends upon the kind of woman. rest assured that the matter will be tho
September the 14th, through the Mount own shins causes the nitro glycerine ad
“We nominate Powers’ “Greek Slave.” roughly investigated, and that the peo
Cenis Tunnel—the train passing from hering to their feet and limbs to explode, She has three of the qualities at least—a ple of Oregon shall have the facts before
Italy to the north side of the Alps in for blowing them to atoms.
marble brow, a fine chiseled nose, and a them at as early a day as possible.— Al
ty minutes. The highest temperature of
the cars, in passing through, is said to
F or P resident .—The Cincinnati -Eh-
T he P ersian F amine .—An English
have been 25° Centrigrade (77° Fahren quirer hoists the name of Col. Thomas
heit.) There was a good deal of anxiety A. Scott, of Pennsylvania, as its candi T he Red Bluff (Cal.) Sentinel says official writes to the London Times of the
felt as to the return journey, lest the date for President in 1872, subject to the “there is more travel at the present by 1st nit., from Persia, that the people there
steam let off in the tunnel might have decision of the Democratic National Con the overland route to Oregon than at any are more emaciated than ever. At least
still been hanging there in clouds ; but vention. Col. Scott has figured in poli previous time. This can be accounted 25,000 besiege the English Residencv for
two hours later when the train returned tics but little, and is generally known as for by the extension of railroads in both food every morning, and in their rush ac
there was no trace of the vapor which had the great railroad king of the United this State and Oregon, which reduces tually crushsd two women to death In
staging and makes the journey much ea
streets, and young children are lying
escaped during the first journey.
States. Though one of the heaviest cap sier than heretofore. We do not know the
about the streets scarcely recognizable
italists In the Union, Col. Scott has the
A few ’ days ago the wife of Samuel reputation of being an honest man, and the exact distance of staging, but think as human beings.
it cannot be over 240 miles. The rest of
Hamet, of Carthage, Ill., was kicked in is said to be a life-long Democrat.
A comet , which is rapidly approaching
the distance, about 300 miles, between
the chin by a mule, causing her to bite
sun, and which will have reached its
Sacramento and Portland, is traveled by
off the end of her tongue. Since then,
grandeur towards the end of
Mr. Hamet has been offered thousands of T hos . M. N orwood , of Savannah, a railroads.
last month, has been discovered by Herr
dollars for that mule, but he will not Democrat, has been elected United States
Winocke, of Carlruhe. It will soon be
part with it, his chance to marry a sec Senator for Georgia. He is said to be a W hy is a hen immortal ? Because her visible to the naked eye.
son never seta.
man of ability'and character.
ond time being probable.
[From Salem Mercury, Nov. 22.]
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