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nulo, nA ric rimonn.
would enkindle sectarian strife In respect
to the Public School», of which the estab
lishment ami support belong exclusively to
he States, and which the Democratic party
has --hcrished from their foundation, and is
resolved to maintain without partiality or
preference tor any class, sect or cn-ed, and
without contributions from tho Treasury.
Second, the false issue by which they seek
to light anew the dying I'tiilvin of sectional
hate between kindred people, once unnatu
rally estranged, but now united in one indi
visible Republic and a common destiny.
u finti PtjWr for Jtfkxon, JMrphinr * Ink’
JULY 7. 187«
SAMUEL J. TILDEN,
«>F NEW YORK.
H>R VICE PRESIDENT:
THOS. A. HENDRICKS,
FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS:
W. B. 1ASWELL.............................. Of Gnmt
HENllY KI.ll’I’Et........................ <M Jackson
E. A. URON1N........................ Of Multnoman
LA FAYETTE LANE
The following n -olutioi s v.ere adopted
i by the St. Lotus Convention :
We, the delegates of the 1 lemocratie party
ot the I nih'<l .-S’etcs, in National Conveii-
• tion a*s<'itil>le<l, do hereby declare the ad-
; mmistiation ot the Federal Government to
j i Is- in great need of immediate reform, and
du hereby enjoin tqarn the nominees of this
Convention and of the iH'mocrntic party iu
each State •< zealous effort and co-operatinn
to this end, unit do hereby appetil to our
citizens of »•very former t olitical connec
tion, to undertake with ns this first and
most pr<s*ing patriotic duty, l’or the Dem-
’ oerats of the whole nation we tealiirm jour I
faith iu llm | ermaneni e ot the Fedeiai
Union, our devotion to the Constitution ot
the United States, with Us amoudmeuts.
1 universally accepted as a Until settlement of i
j the controversies that were engendered by
the civil war. and do here record our steau-
tas. confidence in the perpetuity ot republi-
i can si 1 -govt rnment ; in the absolute acqui-
i esevnee in the will < f the majority, the x llal i
principle of republics ; in the supremacy of
the civil over tlie military authority ; in the
total separation of Chinch and Stale for the
sake alike ot civil and religious freedom; i
in the equality of all citizens before just
laws of their own enactment ; in the liberty
of individual »-omiuct. unvexed by sumptu
ary laws; in the faithful »ducat.on of the
rising generation, 1 hat they may preserve, i
enjoy and transmit these best conditions of
human happiness and hope. Wo behold
the noblest products of n hundred years of
changeful history, but while upholding the
bend of our I nion, and groat charter of
the*e, <>ur rights, it behooves a free people
to practice also that eternal vigilance which
I is the price of lil>erty.
Republican journ.ih are already be
ginning to catch at very small straws,
thereby evincing a drowning condition
i*arly in the canvass. As an evidence
ot tnt>, says the Sonoma Democrat,
they are lustily proclaiming the fact
that Cui. John S. Mosby, of Virginia,
the ex-guerilla, has authorized the
statement that he will support the
Hayes» ami Wheeler ticket, and gives
it as his opinion that all con*ervalive
men in that State “who sei* that n<»
g'K>d can come out of the Democratic
party” will do the same. The fad
that Col. Mosby is the only conserva
tive man iu Virginia who “sees that
way,” takes away even this small 1
crumb of comfort from our Radical
friends; and the further fact that the
Colonel has been using Grant’s specta-
vlea for some time past accounts for
this obliquity of Ids vision.
The Balarle« ol
Civil. SERVICE HFFOKM.
members of the next Legislature :
HOW THE fl'ttt.Ifl P.!»IT SHALL BE SFSTAIXED.
New York pays its Governor an un
nual salary of $10,000, which is tile
highest paid in the Union Louisiana
pay« $8,000 ; California, $7,000; Ne-
Eight States—Ken- iI
tucky, Massachusetts, Missouri, North
Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Vir
ginia and Wisconsin—pay $5,000 ;
Maryland, $4,500. Three States—Al
altatna, Georgia and Ohio—$4,000.
Arkansas, South Carolina and Florida,
pay each $3,500. Kansas, Indiana,
Minnesota, Mississippi, New Jersey
anti Tennessee, pay each $3,000. Illi
nois, Iowa and Maine p iy each $3,500.
West Virginia pays $2,700 ; Connecti
cut, $2,000; Oregon, $1,500; Dela
ware, $1,300 ; and Michigan, Nebras
ka, New Hampshire, Vermont and
Rhode I'lnnil pity their Governors re-
•peclively a salary of just $1,000.
The muh «.
Having no general State ticket to
elect this year, we have no better ba
sis to estimate the status of the State
t ian.by taking the vote cast for Prose-
ciimg Attorney in the different dis
tricts. From this vote we find that
there were cast near 29,000 votes, says
the Standard, and the Democracy got
a majority of over 1,000 on lhe district
tickets. This ought to convince the
Radicals that Oregon m Democratic.
Lane and the Democratic candidates
for President and Vice President will
earry the Stite by 1,500. Le‘. our
Radical friends remember this.
We demiml a judicious system of prepa
ration, by public economies, by oilicial re- ,
trenchments, and L»y a wise financial sys- j
tern, whiyh shall enable lhe nation soon to
assure the whole world of its perfect readi
ness to meet any of its promises at the call
of the creditor’entitled to payment. We,
believe such a system would be well de- ;
vised, ami above all, intrustetl to competent
hands tor execution, creating at no time an
artificial scarcity of currencv, and at no ■
time alarming the public mini) into a with- '
drawal of that vast machinery’ of credit by i
which ’A'» per cent, of all busin«?ss transac
tions arc performed. A system open, pub
lie ami inspiring general confidence, would
from lhe day of its adoption bring healing
on its w ings to all our harassed industries, 1
set in motion the wheels ot commerce, man- ’
utaettires and the mechanical arts, restore
employment to labor and prosperity to the
people. Reform is necessary in sum and
inode of Federal taxation, to tho end that
capital shall be set free from distrust, and
on nearly 4,000 articles, as a master piece ot
injustice, inequality ami false pntense. It
yields a dwindling, not a yearly rising rev
enue. It has impoverished many industries
to subsidize a few. I It prohibits imports that
might j urcba-e the products of American
commerce, from the first to an interior rank
upon the high seas. It has cut down the
sale of American manufactures at Dome
and abroad, and depleted thy returns of
American agriculture and industiy loltowed
by one-half our people. It costs the people
live times more than it produces to the
Treasury ; obstructs the processes of pro
duction, and wastes the fruits of labor. It
promotes frauds ; fosters smuggling ; en
riches dishonest officials, and bankrupts
honest merchants. We demand that Cus
tom House taxation shall be only for reve
nue. Reform is nei-es-ary in the scale of
public expense—Federal, Stale and munic
If the American people really want I
reform in the public service, they can
have it. The great representative of
practical reform is before them in the
person of Gov. Tilden. He has shown
that he has the pluck, the ability and
the good intentions of a true reformer.
There is a great work for such a man
to do, and the people now have an op-
pirttfiiity to choose lhe man who can
hfid will do |L
DEALER & WORKER IN
TIN, SHEET IRON, COPPER, LEAD, etc.
AGRICU1 /r U R AL
IM PLEM ENTS, JACKSONVILLE.
A FIRST-CLASS STOCK
LOW PRICES WILL Wilf
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED TAKE PLEA8-
I urc in notifying their friend* and tho
public generally that they have nun-based
the stock of White it Martin, ana are now
receivin'! and ofM-ning a very large, exteu-
sive and well-selected assortment of
POWDER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Fuse and Caps,
BOOTS AND SITO1S,
Wooden and Willow Ware,1
California & Salem Coths and Blanket!,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES. GLASS,
i LADIES, CHILDREN A MISSES SHOES.
We have also In connection with the a1«ovtr
a very large and line stock of choice
1 have «»»cured the services of a First-class
Mechanic, and am prepare«! to do all repair
Notice is hereby given that the un ing promptly mid in suj>crior style.
< • R< »< 'ERIES,
PAINTS, OILS, NAILS, WIN
DOW GLASS, CAST AND
IN CONNECTION WITH THE ABOVE.
1 I am receiving and have constantly on
indebted to them, by lwiok account or hand
a full and first-class stock of
note, to coinè forward without delay
STEEL PLOWS, WOOD
EN ANI) WILLOW
and settle up.
G LASSWARE, QUEENS
WARE, HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
dersigned will shortly retire from busi-
ness, and therefore request all person-»
Hats and Caps
Shot, Brushes, Chains and Hceo, ;
DRY GOODS, Gam Booti., TOBACCO.
W<* «re now ready to sell anything tn our
lino at low«'st «*ash pri«*«*«. Persons wishing
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, Etc., Etc. to buy goo«Is will find it greatly to their «<!-
vantage to examine our stock liefore pur
mainder of our stock ot goods at rc-
chasing elsewhere, as wc arc deterininea n«>t
to be undersold by any house in Jackson
duced San Francisco cost.
g»®” Everything hold at reasonable rates. county.
,r-C*«;ive us a <*all, ami then iinlge for
Give me a «•«!!.
. K. KUBLI.
as to our eapacitv to furnish good«-
Jacksonville June let, 1870.
Jacksonville, Feb. IS, 1875.
Jacksonville. Feb. 12. 157.r>.
continue to sell the re
hardwar : and cut C ry store
AND MARBLE WORKS.
Ho ! Unto All Who Thirst !
California Street, Jacksonville, Oregon
COME YE TN io
4 LWAYSoN 11 \ND THE BllST NTtK’K
i ;\ of I’Htent ami Home-made Rifi<> sml
I shot Gun*, single and
of the latest |M<toiits ; Pocket Pistols, neat,
small an*) powerful ; I»erringers, lhe latest
AND DRINK WITHOUT
and Itesl : also, the Itest Powder and Pow
I der Fl.a*k« : Hunting and jmckel knife« of
best brands; all sorts of bihot and
Money and Without Price ! the
Pouches; Caps. W;ui.s and evervtfiing in
the Sportsman's line.
lie will also keep a full line of SHELF
HARDWARE, Nailsand Rope of all kinds
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW KEEP- and sizes. Car|x«ntcr.s' and Wagon-Makers,
L ing the Soda Springs House, and having Tools, a complete assortment of Table and
repaireil aim refitted the same are now pre Pocket Cutlery, together with.a full supply
pared to accommodate all that may favor us ot Paints, Oils. Varnishes. Glass, etc.
with a call. Prices to suit these hard times.
The above goods arc all of the best qual
ity, and will be sold
THE MARBLE BUSINESS
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
Will still be a specialty. All orders in this
New trim* mad«* to order, and repairing
lino promptly filled in the best manner and
promptly »lone «nd in good style. All or
at rea-enable rates.
der.« tille«l with dtsjmteh.
Aihlress, as usual.
J. H. A- A. IL RUSSELL. Ashland I
THE SODA SPRINGS !
COST AND FREIGHT!
THE ASHLAND IRON WORKS,
W. J. ZIMMERMAN A CO.. Prop’r».
THE WELL-KNOWN VERMONT HORSE
ANUEACTURE AND BUILD ALL
kinds of mill and mining machinery,
crustings, thimble «keins, and irons, brass
Reform is necessary to correct the omis
sions of a Republican’ Congress and the er
rors of our treaties and our diplomacy,
which have stripped our fellow-citizens of
foreign birth and kindred race, recrossing
the Atlantic, of the shield ot American citi
zenship, ami have exposed our brethren »>f
the Pacific Coast to tho incursions of a race
not spreading our language, nor springing I
from the same great parent stoek, ana, in
fact.now denied citizenship through natural
ization, as being neither accustomed to the
traditions of a progressive civilization nor
exercised in liberty under .laws. We de
noun«« the policy which thus discards the
liberty-loving German and tolerates the re i
vival of the coolie trade in Mongolian wo
men, imported lor immoral purp«>ses, and
Mongolian meu, held to perforin servile
labor contracts, and demand such a modifi
cation of the treaty with tho Chinese Em I K. Hunsaker, Win» Porter.
Multnomah—Win. Cornell, Gideon
pire, or sudi legislation by Congress, with I
in constitutional limitation, as shall pre Tibbets, J. M. Scott, D. Goodsvll, J.
vent the further importation or immigration
of the Mongolian race.
WILL STAND FOR MARES AT THE
H stable of the owner, J. A. Cardwell,
near Jacksonville,during lhe season of 1876,
commencing April 1st and ending July 1st,
at the following rates : 815 for each mare,
in gold coin or its equivalent, payable at the
time of service.
Benton—R. A. Bensell, James
Vermont,out of a thoroughbred Whip inare;
Columbia—T. A. McBride.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE PAINTING. he i-s a beautiful bay, 17 hands high, well
formed, and weighs 1,600 pounds, lie has
sired more fine horses, according to the
ALL STYLES OF GRAINING DONE.
class of mares that have l>een bred to him,
Orders from the country promptly attend than any other horse in the world, ot his
Douglas—W. F. Benjamin, E. A.
age, and’he is without doubt the Favorite
Kirkpatrick, W. P. T. Grubbe, M. M.
Horse where he is known.
I will furnish pasturage to those desiring
it at 75 cents j»cr week. I will not be re
sponsible for anv accidents or escu|>es.
Jackson—J. M. McCalJ.
— I N—
J. A. CARDWELL.
L-ine—Rodney Scott,‘Allen Bond.
Marion—wStephen Smith, F. R.
Smith, A. N. Gilbert, D. Payton, H. BLACKSMITHING!
20,000 Lbs. of Old Cast Iron,
S ALLOUR MERCHANT'S ARESELL-
ing out at cost and freight, I am ready
elivered at the foundry ’ in
to do blacksmithing at cost and freight, but
Ashland, for which we will pay the
REFORM THE DOMINANT ISSUE,
must have the cash when the work in com
pleted, Shop on the corner of California
Reform is necessary, ana can never be* Tozier.
Every farmer has more or less old cast-
and Main streets.
effected but by making it the control 1 ng
Yamhill—J. J. Henderson—27.
ings al>out his premises, such as ol«I stoves,
DAVID CRON EMILLER.
issue ot the elections and lifting it above
pinions and other articles. These they
the two falsa issues with which U hi office
would do well to gather up, and bring them
holding class and the party in power seek
END 25c. to G eo . P. H owkll <t Co., New before the rain sets in.
to smother it.
York, for Pamphlet ot 100 pages, «ni
Wo will also pay tho highest price for old
Wa«iiingtotL— Mr. Fanning—2.
rt iit.ic SCHOOL«.
taming lists ot 3,000 newspapers, and enti- COPPER. BRASS and ZINC.
In this list the Standard classes mates showing cost of adverting,
J. M. Mei ALL A’ CO.
Fir«t, the fatal issue witli which tliov
< A LIl'ORN1A STREET,-
MODIFICATION OF THE BURLINGAME TREATY
(SuvecHsors to WMtff A? Martin,)
Benton—J. T. Hughes.
Baker—A. J. Lawrence, I. D.
i rpiIE UNDERSIGNED, DESIRING TO i
Clatsop and Tillamook—R. B. Wil L dose out busincsN in JacKsouville, offers
• for «ale at cost and freight for cash his com-
plete and first-class sloe k of dry goods, dress
Clackamas—J. M. Reed, H. Straight. I i good«,
«hawl«, ribbon«, ladies’ and chil
Coos—R. H. Rosa.
dren’s hose and shoes, gentlemen’s furnish-
! ing goods, hats, groceries, croeKery, lamp«,
Coos and Curry—E. J. Gould.
baskets, «poons, Knives and forks, tobacco
Jackson—J. A. Crain.
• and cigars, pipes, cutlery, stationery, toys,
Josephine—Wm. W. Fidler.
I Yanxee notions, and everything usually
Lane—A. D. Burton, R. B. Hayes. found in a first-class variety store.
t My stock is fresh and of the bes*, and
Lake—D. W. Cheesman.
! those desiring anything in my line Bhould
Linn—A. W. Stanard, T. L. P«»rter, give me a call.
Those knowing themselves indebted will I
J. K. Weatherford, J. T. Crooks, J.
please sottle immediatelv. I mean business.
Sumner, B, R. Grimes.
Multnomah—R. H. Love, B.
I Jaexsonville, July 1, 1875.
Polk—Stephen Staats, T. J. Hayter.
Union—Matt. Mitchell, R. D. Buck JOHN L. CARTER A SON.
Umatilla—J. L. Morrow, W. B.
Wasco—Dan Butler, J. H. Mosier.
E ARE FULLY’ PREPARED TO DO
all kinds of Painting, including
Yamhill—W. D. Fenton, J. L. Fer-
Our Federal taxation has swollen from
.*>0,0«K),000, in gold, in I860, to $450,000,000,
«nirrency.-in 1870 ; our aggregate taxation
from 154,000,000, gold, in IskO, to $730,000,000,
in currency, in 1570, or in one decade from
less than $o per head to more than $18 per
head. Since the peace the people have paid
to their tax gatherers more than thrice lhe
sum of tho national debt, and more thau
twice that sum for Federal taxes. Above
all, we demand a vigorous frugality in cv-
cry department and from every officer of
É. li. REÁÍYÉA
T. O. REAMES.
Odd Fri linn’ Building, iifhondllr, Orrfcn,
Reform is necessary to put a stop to the
prodigate waste of public lands and their
Bristow was the representative of diversion from actual settlors by the party
in power, which has squandered two hun
the ide» of reform in Lite Republican dred millions of acres iqsni railroads alone,
out of more than thrice that aggregate
party, and evidently the choice of the and
has disposed of less than a sixth directly to
honest inassen of that organization. the tillers of the soil.
Benton—J. B. Lee.
Clatsop, Columbia and Tillamook—
’ S. II. Smith.
Douglas — James Applegate, G. W.
Marion—Jas. A. Richardson, Joseph
Multnomah—M. C. George.
Washington—A. S. Watt—8.
WASTE OF PUBLIC LANDS.
But h? was not wanted by the men
who control the party, and was ruth
lessly alaugh'.eied at Cincinnati. Til
den as fully represented the Idea of
reform In the Democratic party; and,
in the face of a tierce opposition from
the ring*, he was triumphantly nomi
nated as the Democratic candidate fur
the Presidency. Which party is sin
cere In Itu profession of a desire for
B iker J. W. Wisdom.
Benton and Polk—J. S. Palmer.
Clackamas—John Myers and J. W.
Coos and Curry—A. G. Brown.
Grant—W. H. Clark.
Jackson—John 8. Herrin.
Josephine—D. L. Green.
Lane—R >bt. B. Cothran and John
Linn—S. D. Hahiv, Thos. R. Mtink
ers and T. P. (Joodman.
Mari'in—M. L Savage.
Multnomah—J. 8. M. Van Cleave
and T. A. D fvis.
Umatilla—('has. L. Jewell.
Wasco and Lake—S. G- Thompson.
Yamhill—J. U. Braley, E. C. Brad
A TARIFF TOR REVENUE ONLY.
Wo denoun *e the present tariff levie 1 up i shaw 21.
Reform is necessary in the civil service.
Experience proves that efficient and eco
nomical conduct of the Government busi
ness is not possible if its civil wrvice is sub
ject to change at every election, to be a prize
fought for at the ballot l»ox, to bt* a brief re
ward of party zeal instead of leasts of honor
assigned for proved Competency and held
tor fidelity in the public employ ; that the
dispensing of patronage should neither be a
tax on the time of all our public men nor
the Instruments of their ambition. Here,
again, professions falsified in tho perform
ance attest that the party in power now can
work out no practical or satisfactory reform.
Reform is necessary even more in tho
higher grades of the public service. Presi
dent. Vive President, Judges, Senator.«,
Representatives, < ’a bi net oilicen*—theso and
all others in authority are the people’s ser
<oRKi rr uffhiaij ».
Public offices are not a private perquisite ;
they are a public trust. When the annals
of this Republic show the disgrace and con- ,
sure of a Vice President ; a late Speaker of
the House of Representatives marketing
his ruling as a private officer; three Sena
tors profiting secretly by their votes as law f
makers; five Chairmen of the leading Com- I
AnUAli VMEXr OF Till: KEPI m.lCAN PARTY.
mitiecs <»t the late House of Representatives
Reform is necessary to rebuild and estab exposed in robbery ; a late Secretary of tho » >
lish in tin* hearts of the whole people the Treasury forcing balances in the public i >
Union, happily to be n'seuo»! from the dan- accounts ; a late Attorney General misap I
gi r of a «•orrupt centralization which, after propriating public funds ; a Secretary of the
mtlictimr upon ton States the rapacity ot I Treasury enriched or enriching friends by
»•arpet-bag tyrannies, has honey-c«>mbed ! I I percentages oft the profits ot contractors
the ofiiees of the Federal Govtunmcnt itself I i with his Department ; an Ambassador to
with incapacity worst« than fraud; intle'.ing ' England censured in a dishonorable specu
States and municipalities with thecontugion ! I lation ; the President’s Private Secretary
of misrule, and locked fast the prosperity I i barely t scaping conviction upon trial for
of aa industrious peopk> with the parulasis I guilty complicity in frauds upon the re •ve
of hard time.. Reform is necessary to es- ' I nno
nue • ;
Secretary of Wnr
iiiqteached for I
tablish a sound currencv, restore the public high erimes and confessed misdemeanors—
credit and maintain the national honor. the demonstration is complete that the first i
We denounce the failur»* for all eleven years step in reform must be the people’s choice '
to make good the promist* of the legal ten of honest men from another party, lest the J
der notes which are a changing standard of disease of one political organization infect I
value in the hands of the p»*opl«>, and the the body politic—and lest by making no •
non-payment ot' which is a disregard of the change of men or party we get no change of ■
plighted faith of the nation. We denounce measures or reform. All these abuses,
the improvi'lenc»' which in eleven years of ; wrongs and crimes—the production of six
p -aee has taken from the people ten times teen year* ascendancy of the Republican
tin- whole amount of lhe legal tender notes, party—create a necessity for reform con
ami s.piiindered four times the sum in use- . fessed by Republicans themselves. But
1» ss expense, without accumulating any re- I their reforms are \ oteil down in convention I
serve for their redemption. We denouneo i I ami displaced from the Cabinet. The jMirty’s
the financial imbecility of that party which, mass of honest voters is powerless to resist I
durii g eleven years ot peace has made no i tho 80,000 office-holders, its leaders and I
advam-e toward resumption, no preparation • guides, and reform can only be had by a 1
for resumption, but. instead, has obstructed peaceful civic revolution. We demand a
it demption l»\ wasting our resources and i change of parties, that we may have a
exhausting all our surplus income; and , change ot measures and of men.
whileannually professing to intend a speedy <
return to sj»ecie payment has annually (
THE I.EGINI.ATl UK.
added fresh hiiblranees thereto. As such
a hindrance we denounce the resumption
clause of the Act of 1875, and we demand
The following is a correct list of the
the Independent- Democrat from Jack-
son with the Democrats, and the In
dependent Republican from the same
county with the Republicans, from the
fact that it is informed that they both
dechired in the canvass that if elected
they would, on all party questions, act
with their respective parties. We
have also placed in the list of Demo
cratic Senators Goodman of Linn and
Jewell of Umatilla, who were elected
two years ago on the Independent tick
et, but who, we are informed, will act
with their party. The two Independ
ents elected in Polk ami Washington,
and the State Senator from Polk, are
Republicans in the«r political antece
dents, and they will probably go with
that party on all political questions.
eastings and Babbitt metal. Bella cast.
Farming machinery, engines, house frouts,
stoves, sewing machines, blacksmith-work,
and all work wherein iron, steel or brass is
used, repaired. Parties desiring anything
in our lino will do well to ghe ns a call b<--
fore going elsewhere. All work done with
neatness and dispatch at reasonable ratea^
J.-fT' Bring on vonr old east iron.
ZIMMERMAN A CO.
_ Ashland. April 8. 1876.
Cor. Caliiórnia and OregonSb»., Jacksonville-
HENRY PAPE, ■ Engineer.
THROUGH TICKETS, 12 i C ents »
pHOICK WINES, LIQUORS AND CI*
V > gars constantly on hand. The reading
table is also supplied with Eastern periodi
cals and leading papers of the Coast.
VTOTTCK -IS HEREBY . GIVEN. THAT
1.N tho auoountx of lhp firm, ot Manning A
I Inh have l>een placed tn mv hands far eoi-
lection. All pon»o«s inrteMed t© «aid firm
are requested to settle immediately«
H. K. HANNA.
‘ Jacksonville. Sept. * 1875.