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TUP ADITtftU OPWTIWPT I Bound Dootrino Well Expressed.
I Ull UltlJuUJR DLll Hll Lit. The Chicago W is edited by James W.
iSliwIinn, wlio was tliu editor of (lie Chicago
7'iwim during the years tli.it paper was the
able home organ of .Senator Douglas. Air.
Hx ti-;sHly for the Oregon Sciitluvl
Arrival of the Pony.
"To Till. EMIClCV..IMirr.llMlM.M'r OK Vol'll
t'.Mov, a Givnnr..T ron tiik wiiou: m imiih
ri:.viiiui." - HiwAtnoi.
List of Agents for tho Oregon Sentinel,
lio nru nuthnricd to lmnnct nny httslncsH
c'mtccrnlng tld- paper, In the name of the pub
Satniti I II. May Northern Oregon.
I.. 1. 1'Micr S.iu Francisco.
Wad-worth & Itityuc Yreka
M. ltovnlcrg A'lilnml
0, Jacobs Oft'ljurn
J. C. Davenport Onsburg
V. V. I'uwlcr Applcgato
It. S. Dunl.ip Williamsburg
John I'. I'rlndlc Kcrbvvlllo
A. It. .Mcllmiln Waldo
Hiiruimn was ono or Hie most, devoted per
sonal friends of Douglas, and Ills biographer.
A late number of Ids paper contains a mnsl
excellent article. In ttia first placo It gives
.Mr. Owen Imjoy n scoring. It denounces
Ills resolutions as " III timed, irrational, dan
gerous to tlic peace and dcstuctlrc to llio In
terests or tlic country." Tlio I'oii' urocccJa :
The abolition Yivcfoy Is not, unfortunately.
the only agitator that Is now cngimtd in mis
chief In tlic cnnnlrv. Thera nrn Dmintrntlr
. . f. . . . .T......I. ...... r.... . ... .
I,ivcj'iv, ns pestilent, as mischievous, and "wv v..-., mo. scpi. .oin. A JpC'
lecklemns thonbollllnnlsls.nnd what Is not eml i tho Missouri Democrat, says General
the less remarkable mid characteristic, the. Slgcl arrive! early this morning nml has gone
creatures use Luvcjor nnd Ins nrcllcra n n I r . . :. . - . .
cover from which tl can nut forth th-i-1 """"' vm' rnllroa"- lM information f
" H I lintV llirtt Alrtf'itllrtKxIi Ii.ib r.tS.1 (it.ttl !.-.
Yllf.KA, Oct. 9, A. M.
Cairo, .Sept. 2Ct!i. dipt. Stewart with
75 cavalry, today encountered -10 rebel caval
ry at Lucas Ilcnd, whom they pursued Into
JilT, Tfinmnsnn's oomp. at Belmont. Pour
rebels were killed, 0 captured and many
wounded. 'J'ho remainder escaped. No Fed
Arnhlilshon -Inches. ' OiM-r..i. HcMNKn's Lwk Outirn The to-'
The following is nit extract Irom a letter lowing is a Into order by Uenerul Hiimiicr .
i . mi ii . i.. e -v.,-"Vl- lii ,i. All regular troops In Oregon w II rcridei!-
by Archbishop Hughe, of New YorK, in re- mn nt Ynnovcl, ,,,,, , ,.,
ply to n communication received by him from Il( the district ofSouthrrn California, will, with
Hishnp Lynch, of Charleston, S. O.i , the exception of those stntloned at Port Yuma
The Government originally ngreed upon by ,nml JNcw Snntiiego, he in ml ticss to conccn
nil the States has lasted during a period of be-1 rntc nt ban Pedro. V hen relieved by volun
twecn seventy and elghly years. During this , leers, the companies nt I-ort oma will unite
tlmo Its executive administration was enjoyed l those int New 'Son Pcdrp. J he garrisons
by the Smith for filly-two. rears. No Northern or lort Churchill, Ilumbo t, Drngg Creek,
I'rmMMit li . iht, (,. r.tninpii-i1. Wnnhlnif. I Gaston, Unipnouo, ami Crook, will bo relieved
r.m.1 in mi cml, wcro njltrcd,
a Democratic T ,,
tlilevous, and JPnw Cir';, Mo.
diimrerous assaults unon the ctuntrr.
i.WCM,W0,Mr' ,,'"toI n roll'cI frlcnil
ship, 'lotlio utmost of our tdorlii wi nn.
posed U ileetlon, and In our support of the
war aim in me niiiniuisirniion we imvo been
gnvernrtl by tho sinccreU purpose of tctvlng
the country, Our conscience Is clear of any
iraponslbllity for the election of Mr. Lincoln,
ami its equally clear ol liavlng covertly or ili
rectly niiicd or supportal or cucouragiil the
miserable fiction that bore tho disunion ban
ner over theso fico prairies during tho cam
paign of 18(10. sinif irArn tee tee tnen trim
Y. V.Itimlmrt .'. '.'.' V. ' " V.'V.V ' '.Kcrbvvlllo K?r "" lo" "'."c Pamttring (o
U. J. Forties Val.lo I '" ''lf". """ v,tkM "eW
Wj. M. Uvnni.
T. Smiley Harris..'
.lumen It. Wailu , .
Ilufm Miillory ....
J. V. McCoy.. . .
l-iuo II. Muorcs . . .
J. Jl. Il.icon
in of lhoe now in
OHfu i (Ml ion tiuaimt thelitis and the Ctmiti-
tutwn vtte Uiiifeil 'Stales, ttiltmg tipoa the
Demotraei of the Naith to mark anil rebuke
the terrible rtolatiaiu of the Coiutittttioii hu
. 1'orlln.ml ' lie l'miilenl, trt fttl that Ij)veinii. teith all
Salem his braten effiontnj, i outdone in hit oini
Oregon City ptenhar line.
I Mr. Lincoln did cxeenl his nnlhorllr when
T rM"fsr-si-.rtr -n' !',c culhtl for troops, when ho entiired upon
.JVOlvtoUrS ILiUIij. nrgu csnc,inurcf, when lio blockndul the
SATURDAY, - - - OCT. 1:2, IHOI. wr"' fllu' "''"' '1C nM,Ja ""'w "'d brigades.
mmmmmmxmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmm i In number and powir, such ns had never lie-
- -- fore been known in tills land. We say ho did
One or the direct and Immediate results, o! do nil this, and what of It T It was unconstl-
the present national convulsions, is tho com- tutlonul for him to do this without tho pre-
phte disorganization of the old political par- v!ou authority of Congress. Ills act wasun-
, .it t i i coiutltiitionul and Illegal. Hut what of It T
"""""""" w iiiu rrosoii wuy romo men arc v3 it on olijvct which Congress, already
wnlolently opposol lo the patriotic action of summoned, might not nt once legalize and
the Government, in ItsiUorls to put down tin f nttike constitutional t Was Mr. Lincoln lo
great rebellion. They, by dint of Induitrv, ''""J1 ",!1,1 n,",, ttc. ,I.,01 ,,0UK i'"'" ovcr ,ta
i.. .- t iii. i i .t ki Iilicad, without nutftort lo save It, becaufo he
I mve woikl their way up in the confidence of ,,,, ml ,10 prevtollI IM.rmMon of nu nbrnt
these organlwtlons until their long cherished neighbor to ilmw water Irom his well T Wm
hopes ofo(Ticijl station and rncliunling visions Mr. Lincoln to allow tho rebels to take
of public pap, were about to bo realized
Hut, nlus I n change has como ovcr the spirit
of their visions. Their golden apples have
turned to ashes, their cordial dashed with vin
egar ! In vain, they shout the parly watch
words there Is no answering shout, unless It
lio from some hungry expectant whose hopes
nrc all fot'.oru. In vain they fret and foam,
wheedle, and coax the enchantment has been
broken, the wand reversed, and the great pub.
lie luart beats with higher and nobler emo
tions tltau those inspired by parly fealty and
party watch-words. The Union is in danger
iid the patriotic masses know no party but
the Union, and no platform but tho CoosllUt
lion as our Fathers made it.
It i piiiblc to hear the moans, the deep and
loudmoulhed cursing, and the fierco denunci
ations of tliew disappointed political leaders.
Pull well llwy Lnnw that tlic political plat
firm on which they have boaitlngly stood for
jvart, holding an official estate in exrectancy,
is alxnit to Iw torn from under them. Already
the rotten limbers begin to tremble beneath
their feet. Am whin It fulls, us fall it sureh
will, their iKilltical aspirations will bo buried
In neal li the ruins.
It is not expected of such men, under such
circumstances, that they should remain quiet.
Wc know that they will tnoko every cir.irl,
honorable and dishorablc, to galvanize Into
life tic defunct organization; that they will
truln every mrve, to rally and tum back Un
patriotic masses. It Is their only decent mode
There can and will be, but two political
paMlcs during the conlinuiuco of the present
national difficulties. Those who are for the
Union, the Constitution and tho enforcement
of the laws, will be found hi one organization,
nnd those who aro opposed lo the Uulon, the
Constitution and tho enforcement of tho laws
will lie found In tho other. There will be no
htlf-wiiy ground. Those who aro disposed
lo cry good Lord good Devil" will Dud no
plact1 to stand upon.
Bach Is and will lis the Issue, and who can
doubt the result T "Who can doubt the diipo-
sillon of the American people to viudicatc, at
the biillot-bov, or on the battle fkld it may
be, the great principles of Constitutional free
dom, sanctified by tho blood and sufferings of
tho Ityvolulloaary Pathers? The pcoplo
know too well the value of theso principles.
They have enjojod the rights and prlvlledgcs
of a free Govcruutcnt too long to surrender
them without an effort.
Washington city, burn llm Federal capital
and exile the Government? Do theso men
who call upon tho Democracy tn mark out
and rcbuku the Administration for unconsti
tutional acti, wlih the Democracy to under
stand Ihnt it was criminal In Mr. Lincoln to
have di fcmlcd the capital by an unconstitu
tional levy of troops? If they do not mean
thai, then let the blatant demagogues close
their lips, and spare their printer's ink. Un
less Ihcto men think that Mr. Lincoln should
have permitted the rebels to rise in nil parts
of the country, and seize upon the public pro
perty, seize the Government, and dictate terms
of submission to tho North, then Id (hem
keep silence upon tho subject of unconstltu
loual acts acts made necessary lo preserve
tlic Government. Had Mr. L'ncoln not done
what he hud done, (hero would haro been no
Government at this lime, unless Mr. Lincoln,
living before the rebel hosts, seeking for a
Congress to pais nil act allowing him to en
roll a company of militia might be called n
Government. Aro tl.eso men sotry that tho
Government, even by n recourse to unconsti
tutional measures, saved the nation from the
icIkI traitors? Arc they sorry that Cairo
was pitrrloniil by troops unconstitutionally
musteml? Wou'il they have prifcrrul that
the Constitution should have burn observed,
even by so 'doing l'illnwr had been nliln to
overtoil lllinnif, and mako his head quarters
in IlioStato Moment Hnringficd?
Hut tho ncls of 21 r. Lincoln are no longrr
unconstitutional. Congress lias ulrcady legal
ized the ncls, and they arc now ns constitu
tional as if they hud been originally author
ized by Congress. They aro constitutional
now, and being cnmtltulional now, these trait
orous crittturcs, who ore cudruvotiug to plunge
the D.mocratlo parly Into Iroubln and ruin,
uie n'ayius tlic part of Loviloy by senseless
agiiitiion, that can ib no good to the parly,
to tlic country or to thcmielves.
This war is one for the preservation of the
constitution. So far, tlic war has been con
ducted for that purpose, anil with that single
object. When the Government shall prove
false to Its trust, and shall direct the war for
n-irpofcs foreign to Its original design, then,
but not till thru, will the Democracy cry
" stop thief.'' When that tlmo comes no votco
from pttly semi-secession Journals will be
neiilcd to arrest both army and Government.
Tho troops thunsches will ground their
arms. No power in tho laud will compel
them to prostitute tho Hag of their country
for such unjust liable purposes. Until that
time comes, and wo hope It Is far distant, I lio
Democracy will render n cheerful and patri
otic support lo the llair of their country. In
the history of the past they hove been loyal,
and they aro not to bo svduecd at I his day into
me camp oi treason ami rcocuion,
YtitKA, Oct. 5th 1FCI.
Piiik at Dkaiiwooi) Tills morning nt 8
o'clock, n Dre broke out lu tho bakery nnd sa
loon of Hen. Ilaulbrcch, in the lcluily of the
stove pipe passage through the ceallng, settlug
firo to Iho cloth lining, Tho building wassoon
in a blaze, ami communicated to adjoining
biddings, burning all or tho town east of the
lukery, comprising somo 11 or 15 houses.
During the progress of tho fire, tho wind
changed, or Iho whole town would have bem
in ashes. The following estimate Is the best
that can be obtained, as part of the number oi,
biddings wcro tlmntlcs :
IiYnJ. llauibrech, 81,000, A.Owens, 82,000
Prank Mack. 81,000, O. Johnson, 81,000,.'
Haley, 500, Itaenberg, 8100, P. Smith, 88
HO, Spanish woman, 8150. Jones, 8150,
K. Aaron, (damaged) 8500, four others, about
8500. Tolal, 88,000.
The citizens worked with great energy to
cMinguUh tho fire, with all the implements
that could bo obloiDeil. Probably a damage
id 81,000 was caused by moving out of houses
not buuied, but at most 810,000 will coier
He loss. N,
Tiik Statu Faih. All will bo gratified to
learn that Oregon's first State Pair, held
In Oregon City during (ho past week, has
proved a decided succecs. Notwithstanding
the wet and disagreeable weatlier, the Pair
was well attended, end the urticlcs exhibited
li glily crcdlWblo. We have not yet been ad
Of Iho name ot llu luly who .rccclvid tic
prize uulch for best " hortewomansliip."
Tho Porest Tlnater, SaerasuenH, which
was burned to a sliell a couple of netks since,
wu blown down on the night of October 7jh
J no jursoiis turf. Ml lid nnd i-cverul Injured
Hooks Just Published. We have received
from the well known and popular house of
II. II, HA.NmorT.Sanrrauclsco.thefollowIng
books, just front tho publisher's office :
Digest of the laws of California, containing
ull laws of a general character, which were in
forco on Iho first day of January, 18G1 ; also
tho Declaration of Independence, Constitution
of the Uulted States, Articles of confedcra-
tlon, Kentucky and Virginia resolutions of
179800, ncls of Congrces relative to pub
He lands and prc-emptious, together with judi
cial decisions, both of the Supreme Court of
tho United States and California; to which
arc also appended numerous forms for obtain
ing pre-emptions and county lands, Ac., pre
pared under act of tho Legislature for the ses
sion of 1857, to which Is nlso appended a sup
plcmcnl, containing tho acts of 1858, 1859
and 1CC0, by W. II. It. Wood. A digest of
Iho dcc'sioiis ol Iho Supreme Court of the
Stale of California, con'aiued in the sixteen
volumes of reports, from Ihc formal ion or the
Court, In 1850, uutll January, 1801, in two
volumes, nell bound and neatly printed. ' The
Sea" from IhePrcoehofM. J. Michclct, Is n
book of 399 pages, half science, half fancy,
with a blending in both of sensuous sugges
tions, and Is repleto with lutercst throughout.
Sampson and Delilah, o tragedy, by Dr. Hieo,
a learned minister of Sun Prancisco, Cal.(
is a work of which the San Prancisco press
speaks In tho highest terms of praise. Tho
Baltic of Hull ltun, by Kdmuud O. Stcdman,
urniy correspondent of the New York World,
will be found very interesting, giving, as It
does, n most vivid account of that memorable
battle. Tlic Rebellion Record, a diary of
American events for 1860 'CI, edited by
Prank Moore, will bo Issued monthly in pam
phlet form ; each number to be illustrated with
jwrlulls of promlncut men of the times, liand
sopiely cngrnvcil op steel. The subscription
price of ill's work Is fifty cents..
Any oi our readers desirous or omuining
now that McCullough has formed n Junction
with Price between Warrensburgntul George
town. Their forco Is now .10,000 men. The
rebels have not got the money from tho Lex
inglnn banks ns reported.
Wasiiixoto.v, Sept. 2fitli. The ndvnncc
movement yesterday Is regarded by the highest
military ntlthorily, as one of considerable im
portance. The 29lh N. Y. Itegtment went Into Ceil
trcvillc nnd occupied u position within 2uU
reel or Hie rebel batteries.
The Highlanders behaved with great gal
lantry. Griniu's.ballery was woiked with ef
fect and It Is believed caused great disaster In
the enemy's ramp.
The fast was observed with great propriety
A New Yorker who escaped from the
rebels nt Prccstnnc, says the rebels are 10,000
strong there, and .'10,000 betwecen there and
Manassas, and n largu number along tliu shore
to Mathews'. They have pleuty of clothing and
Yesterday n lieutenant from one of our reg
iments descried and went ovcr to tho ribcls,
giving them, It Is supposed, full Information.
The 7'niuic's dispatch soys the number of
volunteers now entering the service from loynl
States, Is 5,000 per week.
Tho President has given assurance that no
drafting shall be resorted to until the Pastern
Stales furnish their full quoin of 500,001) meu.
A special from Washington snys tho rebels
appeared in full forco before Great Pulls to
day nnd opened with a battery of six pieces
on McClcllan's division, Holtt sides have
been reinforced. Our batteries opened rebels
dispersed. I'etlerals look possesion or Lew
Istown this afternoon.
PAnTiimi Point, Oct. Isl. Great T'jistern
arrived. Sho encountered a severe gale. Pas
sengers sustained severe fractures by the tre
mendous rolling of the ship. She bro!o her
Affairs nt Ihe Nuvy Yard and on Potomac
Washington, .Id. It Is nscc-lnlncd upon
inquiry at the Department that Fremont has
not been ordered lo report himself. Manifield
has been appointed to command nt Portress
Monroe. Wool has been assigned no other
Prom Sentinel Ixtro of October lh,
Pony arrived nt ltuby Vulh-y at 10 o'clock
yesterday morning, with tit. Joscplt dates to
Great actli My Is reported lo prevail In South
wcitcrn illiiourl In military moicmentu, pre
paratory to nn ntlack on llm rebels nt Lexing
ton. A decliive blow will be struck within a
McCiilloch and Price arc said to bo In a
trap. It Is thought the rebels will not be able
to hold Lexington.
A rebel scout from Lexington, captured
near Jellcrson City, was to be shot.
Skit. 25th. McCulloch was reported to
be marching rapidly, to effect a Junction with
Price. Ho Is near Lexington, with a forco
reported nt 25,000 men, well supplied with
The loss on Mulligan's side was 150, on the
rebel sidc.300. (I)
Intercepted Icttcrr, written by secessionist
members of the Maryland legislature, show
that traitor members or that body formed an
claborato scheme for the passage of a seces
sion ordinance, nud an attempt to inaugurate
rebellion In that Slate against tha Govern
ment. Summarry measures alone, havo saved
the State the horrors of civil war.
It Is estimated that General Patterson' cam
paign, In A'irginia, costs tho Government ten
millions of dollars. Tho result was only the
capture of twenty fugltlie slaves, all of whom
wcro returned to their mailers.
Sacn.VMK.NTO, Sept, Stilt. Lane's com
mand suprised a sujK'rlor force of rebels at
Pippoiuvllle, Mo., routed them, taking all
their tents Ac, and 100 prisoners.
A forco from Port Scott defeated a Iwdy of
rebels, killing their commander, Mathews, on
whose.body was found an order from JKn.
McCulloch for Iho enrollment of Indians.
Wasiiinotox, Sept. 22nd. It Is expected
that a movement upon Washington will soon
be mado at several points simultaneously.
llussell, in another letter to the London
rimes, says that Gen. McClelhtn Is fust im
proving, and is now thoroughly mister of his
It Is reported that Garibaldi had accepted
a command in the U. S. army.
Piumh-ort, Sep. 21. The Legislature
passed a bill authorizing the Military Depart
ment to borrow 8G,000,000 In addition to the
million authorized May 2 ltli, to bo appropri
ated to Ihc defense of the State.
Tho Fedcruls mado an advanco on Homney
and drove the enemy, 500 strong, out of Me
chanicsburg, ou the 2 Itli, advancing on and
stormed Iho town, causing tho enemy, 1,400
strong, Infantry and cavalry, to retreat lo tho
mountains with thirty-tlvo killed and large mini
bors wounded. Our loss Is three killed and
JUimviu.K, Oct, Gtli.
The well known house of J, O. Pall & Co,,
and J. II, Tenncut ACo failed yesterday.
inn. .fnir,.r.nn Mmtien.i Mnnrnn nml .I,ir!;mi by Volunteer ttOOIM. WhCH tl'liOYClL lllC COtU
have each disclmrced Hint office for n term of panics of the Sixth Keglmeiit of IntriHtry nt
eight years. The conclusion Is, then, that out , lfo points will repair to Ucnicla JJnrrncks,
of seventy or eighty vr-ma of the ndmhilstrit- nnd t hose-on no Jourui ininntry dim first
Honor our Oovermcnt fiftv-lwo years have ' Cuvulry lo "'' flly. The horses, with their
enured lo our patriotic men or the Soiltll.)f'-l",''i"nts,pcrtiilnlng to Iho companies of
This Tact Involves tho polcntlulltlcs nnd now- Hie !" Cavalry nt Port Churchill and Crook
..r .1- r .'..- I !.. I ...... ' utll tin lirnnnl In llile rllr. 'Hill lirnilfillnr.
ers oi me uovcrnmeiii as oiivinp ueen i-.rr- - "--- rv. , , , ,.li :, .
clscd by supremacy on the part ol the South. ' c'S ol companies O. II. I mid L, or the I bird
Tho navy, Iho urmy, Ihc IncubenM or tlic Su- Hcghncnt or nrbllery will bo In read ticss to
prcmo Court, were not Ignorant or or Insemi- j snll nt n moment s notice. I he horses, hnrness.
l.in i.. il, t. rni Vn t nt ii in vmiF mn. 'etc.. ncrtiilnlnc to company, C, will bo turned
dor to say whether, nrter such n history or the' over to tliu Quartermaster's Department, nnd
administration orour country, tho South might ' llic field buttery and ordlnaneo stores to the
Jacksonville Frlces Current,
Ltp.UT.-Coi.. Snt A Im Angeles corrc '
mh.i..m r,i..c I. ..! ..!.,... ...lit. M
I'uiiuviib ui iui: oini x' iuiiiiuu f'lumiri, niiui k ..
under date or September SOth.snys : I i-Hibrih,!i,.iH.i-c.m,tHr,
Columbus Sims, or this city, tins been offered I .TACKSON'rit.i.fc, Saturday, Oct. 12 155
uv uuv, uunnrj commission ns uieuieiuioi , nncnl, per ultMlCI.
vwonci in me new cavniry rcgimcni 10 oc
not have tolerated tlic occupancy of tho Pres
idential chnlr, by the present Incubcnt, who,
with his Northern predecessors in that office,
could hardly expect to survive officially the
ordinary four years ol a Northern supreme
You say thai Prestdeht Ltnenln was elected
by Ulnck" IteniiblleaiM in tnu North. 1 nut
Inclined to think that ho was Indirectly or neg
Ordinnnco Department. Lieutenant Colonel
Merchant will tit unco trnnsrer from Contpa
nits 1), II, I, nnd L, of his regiment, a suffi
cient number of privates to make nn ugurcgutc
of ninety each of the companies selected to re
main on the const.
Of special orders. No. 1C.1. Is revoked.
Company L, Third Artllery. will immediately
procceil to tlic rtrsiito or Hun iruiicico
ntlvelv clecled by Democrats North nnd South. 'The troops directed obove lo repair to this
city, will, upon their arrival, reecho further
lly order of General Sumner.
H. C. Dnt'M, Assist. Adjt. Gen,
The Hlaclt Itcpublicitus presented ono enndl
date, nnd, In order to defcut his election, the
Democrats North and South presented three.
ITlhc latter hud elected tiny ono candidate, It
ii tirohublti Hint I lie Muck Iteiiublleiitis. ns
von ca icm. won 1 iitvu icctt ouni mititti i.bavknwiiiitii, acni. zuni.ucnrrni ijiih
hub entes. Hut when the Demncrnts disli lb- has Issued it proclamation to tho clt tens of
tiled their rotes, apparently with n ricw ol , Western .Missouri, in which, oner saying for
rendering them Inilliclfiit. then, of course, the, nlmt lie Is there, nnd urging those In nrm
one man or choice wits clecled over tho three npnlin-l the Government to disperse nnd enmc
cnndilotes nnd wnipetltots that had been , " him for protection in person nnd properly,
ho ti'cs the followliiL' laturuupc t
" Should you, however, dirrgnrd mv ad
vice, tho stern vicissitudes nf w-nr will be
meted nut In rebels nnd their nlllcs. 1 shall
then be convinced your nrmlng for protection
is n stinm; nnd rest nssurid, traitors, when
caught, you shnll receive n traitor's doom
placed in rivitlship with each other, nnd In the
uggrcgulu nil ngulnsl him nlnnc. That he was
eoiiitllullniinllv rli-eled itiiil.-r llipmi c-iri-uni
stanei'K, is not ik'nlul either in tiic South or In
Then ff so Circled, ho Is tho Chief Magis
trate of the Hulled Stiitru nf A merlon, nml bv
his very mvth of ollice, Is bound by their own I'l'lio cup td mercy has been exltnutteil. 'I'rrasnn.
common consent tn see (lint neither Mnlne. on nercniier, win iw treoieii nn treason. 1 lip
the northeast, or Tcxus on the southwest, shall I nui'Siirro of Innocent wnmen nnd children, late
bo pcrisltted to overthrow the original Federal 1 !'. ' burning bridges on the llnnnlbal iimI St.
compiict agreed upon in the cuintllutlnn nf,neili Hnl'nmd, satisfied in lluit n trullnr
this Government. IfStntcs shall be nlloived., "HI perpetrate crimes which devils would
In tlic face of that Pidcral Constitution, to shudder to commit. They shall be blotted
kick over tho traces ol n common union nsl'rnm cxlstenro i.nd sent to Hint hell which
ngrrcd upon In Iho primitive days orour Gov-. yawns for their reception. The two roads
eminent, then It Is difficult to si-e why rounties, urn open In yon. Pcoplo or Western Mis
townships, nnd villages may not Iw tit llbeilv souri, choose you between them one lends
to do tliu snmo thing Just ns often ns tho ficii!.- you In peace and plenty the other to de
or fancy may or shall come upon them. I strucllon J"'
There 11 ppenrs to bean iden in Iho South I Iiwc made n balloon nsconsionrrnm our lines
Ihat thePuleritl Government nml the people ' nn tho morning or Sept. Sfllli, nnd wns llred
of the North arc deteimlned to conquer nnd upon by tin enemy. No shots were tiff. dive,
snbjiigiiiu them. Tliis, I think, Is n mistake. 1 Tlie number iff sick and wnumhd soldiers lu
First. In the sterner sense or the word " con-1 the six lluiillnls In the District of Columblu
qner," it seems to mo utterly linprwslbtp j mid I is 707.
II possible I think It would bo Injurious to A Commit to of practical mechanics np
both the North nnd the South. Unless I have ipolntid by Ihc Cincinnati Chamber of Corn
been deceived by statements considered rclia-lnicrce, to exnminc Into nnd report tho cause
ble, I would sny that the rilnd of the North of tin- late nseldent to the bridge on tho Ohio
wok oiiiv in inc piirnoioni nriti'.'uig uuck me tiuii .Mississippi ititilroail, nfler a careful exam
scccucu ntnicu 10 ineir organic conuii
The Intelligence of mot inti-n-t lirought tiy , nny
llio l'ony Jxprcss on Ha tiirday rclaics in nun e-, -piiey attribute tliu accident lo n broken rail
iuntlon report that they have come to the con
clusion that the accident wns not caused by
liHuflleleney of timbers or Iron work.
incuts lu Western and Soulhwuiliru Mlsiourl.
, Vt, T y .i?J ? u 1 ! a?,mlKT ,, I Comn.lfcc reports the same,
tlml I'rliv. wltli nil firnti Ik-lttiviil In nniniml 1,1 1 ....
...... . ...., .... --.-V -. ; ;: -- -- 1
found at the west end of the bridge. Another
raised in California. Col. Sims, on receiving
the tender, Immediatily commenced cnlistimra
company of cavalry for his regiment In this
county. The company already ban fifty mem
bers who set to drilling nt once under compe
tent drill-masters from Cnptuin Davidson's
Dragoons. 1 understand that tlic company
would be full within two days If I hey could go
into camp. Although Col. Sim was born tn
South Carolina he Is Inlens.-ly Union." He
even goes eo far ns lo declare, which he did
long ncn, that tho Government should muke
the rebels pay the expense orn wnr or which
they nrc the cntm ; and thut if ho had tho au
thority, he would'at onco mako forced contrU
butlons off the rabid Secessionists here who
nrc doing nil they can to urge on tho rebellion.
lie docs not believe In any half-way business.
We understand Col. Sims was formerly o
resident of this county, nnd will be remembered
as one of those heroic men who never hud the
Icasl conception of fear.
Items rnoit Sai.km. A friend writing from
Salem under dato or October 8, 18C1, gives
the following items or news:
Por several months pat petty thefts hove
been committed In this place, nmnuntiug in
the ncirresrutc to about 8500. but no clue
could be had ns to who were the perpetrators
until yesterday. A negro boy was observed
lo be In poscslon of considerable money, and
on being closely qifslloned, he acknowledged
that he wns ono iff tho guilty parlies; that
there wns nssocintid with him 11 negro from
tin adjoining county, mimed Prank Campbell,
who had done mot of the work while he kept
wiilt'h. ".Jim" lmn taken lodgings at the
county boarding liouie.
One William Johnson has been committed
to keep ' Jim " cotnmny, on a ohnrgc of slrnl
ins a vnhmhlo horso from thesltiblc of Mrs.
Mnry Dennett. He plcnd guilty, but said he
Hr.riMKii to takk Tim Oath. Lnsl week
Col. Helm, or Linn county, refused to lake
tlic nn tli nf tillcglancc required of pensioners,
on their application tn tliu Govetnmi-nt ngent
ut Oregon City. Hence Gen. Iivejoy very
properly refused lo pny his (tension.
Ill" pension should he paid In Confederate
Hour. In qr, sacks, por
Corn Mcnl, per 1001b..
Itacon, sides elenr, per lb
I do do with bone...... .
do lmrni. ,
do hog round
Itccf, nett, per lb
Pork, do do
Chickens, per doz
Lard, lenf In tins, per lb
do in kegs do
flutter, frch dairy, do ,.,.,
do in kegs, do
Cheese, per lb
2 00 lot
I'otntocs, per lb 1J
Turnips, do ,
Green Annies, per lb,.
Dried Apples, per lb ,,
Treasurer . . . , ,
. J. (.. Tolm
. ...W. ll.S.llj
. . . . ....J. M. Sati
.Dav .1 1.
O. D. iff Siivh of TnwTttitAM'K. Mr. V. It.
Dunbar, lnu lurnMieil tin tho tinmen of the olll
ccnoflltc 0. 1). ol S. or T., for the ensuing
year clcolcd at the hut fusion held lu Oregon
City, Oct, 14 and 2d, leT.1 :
Hon. C. V. Crandull, nddrcss, Salem. Oregon,
G. W. V ; II. Gnmmll, G. W. A ; W. It. Dunbar
address, Kalcm, Oregon, O. Scrlbo j P. L. Jtny.
tuoiid, G. T ) Aha Shrcvo, G. C j S. L. Coon,
O. S : II. C. Slnall, G. Chap : F. Wllber. P. G.
Oregon Clmrditnan Is the title of a
Public Administrator O. I). Ho-
County Surveyor Scwnll Tro
Coroner ,., Samuel K.JI
Commissioners.. . . .1). N. Hlrdseyc, P. 1M,
Superintendent Com. Schools. ,S. llumpb
J'emrt of Court Circuit Court, first Jlc
days In Pelirttnry. June nnd October.
I'ouniy tiourt, I- trst .Monday 01 each tnnnt
Probate Court, first Monday of each mow
Justice of the Pence U. S. Ilijd
Constable M WAht
Uoad Supervisor U. V. IKkma
TOWN fMT J VCKSONVII.I.K.
Trustees Win. Hoffinnn, A. J. Itrnntr
J. S. Love, Jos. S. Hurpeo.H.T.Iui
rtecorder , U. S. Ili;4
Treasurer James T. (,Ir
Marshal G. M. IIIC1
Street Commissioner. 1. 1). lli
I. 0. 0. F.
Jackhowii.i.i: Luhok Kn. 10, hohMlirtf;
Inr meetings every SAWUDAV .'IV.'.V.M
nt their Hall (Mo'Cully's Thcntcr lmllillns).
Druthers In good standing tire cordial! 1:
vlted lo attend.
R. V. MAUItY.X.O.
K. V. Rtoklu It. Sec' .TJ:fim)
!.' 1,I. ).. 1.. I !.... l....ul. il.. it..n.1
2i,0f 0 men. and which was U-lng dally Inercnscil r J' '"" "l, "" 1' ' . H . " 1
by acMHlon from the 1alghl.0rl.ig counlks. ; Som"ri c0 ' B atement made bv
wis marching upon Georgetown, n lilaco (ffl l,'.t' pl- I'0UI corn-spondenl or the New ml,
nbutil 0,ouu InliiiMlauts, situated near the term- j tribune, saying he approved m I-rcmont's
cmancipaiion proclamation, nu noes not up
prcvo iff It. nnd cordinlly endorses the 1'nsl
Wasiiinoton, Sept. 23d. A speclnl to the
Missouri Vrmoeial sajs: "Dr. Wilson sur
geon In the United States Army, nml lulcen
jirsrner at Hull ltun by the rlln-ls. wns re
ieacil on tiitrnle, nnd urrWed from Iliihmnml
today, He snys there Is great distress nn I
Inns of the 1'acltlc Itntlrond. scxenly miles west
of Jefferson City, and IkIwojii foriy and fifty
miles soiilheaat of LrxbiRton. Ills object evi
dently was In get pO"icr'tim of tliu railroad
McCiilloch, If he hud not nlrrndy forninl a Junc
tion with him. was clmo nt hand, npprouclilug
from Iho inulhnrst. How largo the lureo com
manded by McCulloch lu permit may be, ilnce
not npK'ur. It k-viii. Iioviuvrr. that both Lane
and .Montgomery, each of them u match for
McCulloch In border warfare, havo got in lib 1 ilisfutisfuclion in the nbel capital. All lit
rear, dropping In suddenly iicro the .Missouri
bonier from Kans.11, with n forco inniclently
largo t sweep all Ix-fore tin 111. l'nplinvllle, a
town on the Orugo rlicr, In Hates county, has
been cnplitrid ly Lane, a superior forco of
retain routid and nno hundred prltouers tnki'tt.
Oiceoln. a plucc of Mill mure Importance, In HI
Clair county, had been attacked and bitruid by
.Montgomery, and the lelxd force defending It
nipulK'd, OfCcolu conlulnid ubout four thou
sand Inhabitant, and in rltuatid on the main
road from Spriugllvld to Lexington, uuil about
sixty miles toutlmct iff Georgvtimn, the place
lo which the rebel Generals wrrrdlnctlng lltelr
nlleiltlou, iteporls from St. I.nttla speak con
fidently of the preparation making by I-'remnul
to entrap l'rlco nnd his nimy. The details of
the scheme, nnd pcrlupa Iho result iUctf, will
prolhibly Iw coimnunicatid among the nun l,v
another Pony i:ptcM. lly IIiIh nrrtvnl we ate
npprlied of ihq cupturo of another fort on ihc
Norlh Carolina coat. An expedition conslit
lag nf 11 mall steamer and a launch, uudr com
mand or l.leut. Maxwell, attacked Fort Oern
coke, situated nt the mouth of the Inlet of llmt
name, nnd completely desttoyed It, Particular
of tho ntlack uro not given. In Wentern Yir
glula tho Federal troops contlnuu to meet with
nieces. Tho town of liomitvv. sllunted un the
ninth branch of Iho rutomac. nut far Irom the '
norilii-tii iMinlvr, hall been cnplnnil bylronpi
from Now Creik, 11 tributary of tho Potomac '
ami a forco of rebcls,-t,IOO strong routed, nnd j
drhen Into the mountains. Of this affair, aim.
wo aro wanting In detail. Tho remalmli r ol
the ntiwn by the Kxprcis Is iinlntpnrlaiit. From .
Ki'ittuiky conifH n report that TiniieMeaiM aro
advancing northward ftoui lluwlliig Ctecii. I
Our telegraphic details ore ery meager. Sac.
Ifiiton of Oct. th.
Arizona Nkws. The Is Angeles AVir
holds arc fitted up us hospital, nnd nrc filled
with tho sick and wounded. J here nic font
hundred nrn nfono of the Florida regiments
in tho hospitals. Medicines of all kinds are
costly. Qutulno sells ut eight dollars 011
ounce, nml very scarce. All the necessities ol
1 1 to tire dear. Confederate currency is depre
ciating, gold innunandinc fifteen kt out.
prwuium. All tho phjslclaim of tho cili
ngnc that there are nt least 2,000 inhVntlil
citizens or ltichmond opposed tn tho reliellion.
ICnoiving ones do not bellevo un uttuck will
lie mado on Washington." l
Intercepted letters written by Secessionists,
members iff the Mitryhiud legislature, show
thut traitor members or that boily fonued
nu elaborate sclicnie for passing 11 Seci-Mlun
ordiuauet', nnd nu attempt to Inaugurate
nrmed rebellion In Hint Statu agitluu the
Government. Summitry measures for repress
ing it ulouo saved the Stato tho horrors of
Mattkiw at Pout Yi'ma. A
fiom Iw Angeles, October -lilt, to the Sacra
mento lite, lius the following :
Hurry Heed. Agent or the San Antonio
nnd San Diego Mull Line, nrriwd here from
Port Yuma yisterday. lie brings tho follow
ing Information :
He lelt Port Yuma lost week ; everything
wns quiet at thut po.it. Tiro companies ol
infantry were there, under command of Col.
Andrews, U. S. A. They wcro ery busily
engiiged in making intrcnchmotils nml prepar
ing lor nny emergency. All fours by the cit
izens or up ntlack Irom Confederate troops
from Ti.mis or Arizona liuio bctn ullayvd, us
monthly journal, printed nt Oregon City, by WARREN LODQE No.10, A.F. & A.K
w. n. urnig.ai one dollar per year. It is a 1IOIJ) their regular communlcilU
snys inui rumors are still 011 ilia wing 111 reiu- irjmim bj un-re ro nu iittneu
tion to uffalrs beyond tho Colurado. Several l,u,'lw ot mn wwt ol Tncjon. ltelnforcc
persons hao nrrivl,hvro from Arizona wlio I ll!t,"f ''or Val Yuma, considtlng or Compa
deny that tlut mill nnd other properly do- "if8 ' 1,lJ . J UnitedStntes Sixth Infantry,
strayed by fire, was burnt by tho Federal um,(!r commanilor Lieut, Hryont, wcro within
troot. I'nrtim dtnini frnm tht-m oini.. tiw.t two days march of their destination. Passed
No ItuiiKi, Hki-orts. The New York Trib
une of a recent date submits tho annexed In
As there are strong symptoms of a battle In
lUstcrn Virginia una of theso days, wo beg
leave to suggest lo Generals lkaurcunrd and
Johnion that their official report of the battle
of Hall Hun is not yet published. Can they
nut nbllgtt us by at leait giving an official list
01 their Killed niKl wounded I
Ihe'uUvfl winks, twill find. Hum for tale ut wiu Wctoriss sre not npt lo be shy of publish-
iiciKiiiJii ciprr.i wnec. 111 iui eiiy. - tn uuikhiii,
tho mill, etc. was set on firo with the ulterior
purpose of obtainingdamages from the United
States Gut eminent. It is now reported that
there aro fouttetn thousand Terns troop
along the northern boundry nf Sonorn, nut)
nlso that they have commenced fortifying at
several points In Arizona, and nro prepairlng
to meet the Texas overland cxieditlon. livery
tiling In that quarter is now under tho con
trol of Secessionists, wlio aro making rapid
strides toward tho Pacific coast, where they
nro yet determined to get n foothold. It is
useless to longer entertain and hold tills mat
ter In doubt. We havo long been confident
that a most perfect organization existed In
that portion of the State, of.men who were co-
operating with secession, and who will no
doubt soon muke an attempt to take posses
sion or this jortlon or California. Wo hope
to see prompt action in the banishment or
marauuirg bauds of men who nro feat congre
gating In this region. Delays uro dangerous
Maiir Isund Navv Yaimi An Immense
louui ry lureo uunuriai uuu seventy- ec by sev -n,.,, , tii"i .1 -," ,v"" -" '
cnty fvel. for the casting or cannon. hJ Just , ' ? wille,,!,c 'e;ylast class ol men to con
been completed, and although no machinery ban Mnl n "vlaion or the Union. A few du
as lot been placed In it. tbacottlleiit and utrnmr. "PPoInted politlolans who supported llrrckin
est that can bo muilo ha U;en ordend, loolud- rll'Ke um' w'10 nr0 entirely out of credit in
nt Indian Wells a mounted company of tinned
men, lliirlydwo in number. They stated they
were en route for Texas, but they hud uo paik
uiiimaU or baggage.
Pkaiik HvrocBiTEs. TlJejLouisvIllo Jour
nal says or the peace hypocrites or Hint city :
" They nro tho most violent secessionists,
the bitterest disunionist, the fiercest firo caters
among us. Their rosette's aro to bo pinned
unon bosoms raging for carnage The whole
object or their cry or pcaco is war. The trick
they are trying to practlco on honest men is
us transparent and contemptible as it is vlllln-ous."
J he Loulsvllla Demount a journal that
stood by Douglas to the lust, and now stands
by the Union with earnest devotion, in n late
Issue sajs :
"The secessionist flatter Ihemsehes that
tho North will bo. divided j that tho Democ
racy of Iho North will oppose the war. Don't
bo deceived by any such idea. Wo know the
Democracy of the North better than that
lug a superb marine cugine, do. A chimney to Ineir section, want a piece pnrtv. There aro
!.. rf. km a l.itii.l ! Aii,1 r.BkS m r. Sl.f t m v it4 -..-.! B .v
uv unu uuikhvu nun ,un;r nc lllgn, ny lur too UOl ctiougll 10 tnuKO
lonicst on tins coast, is rapidly amending nnd
will soon bo a landmark visible for miles down
the bay, Tho contractu! Jiave a largo force at
work grading the groupds. nnd tho evidences of
lliolr liiilustry uto wltncwcd both In the excava
tion und llllliiffUD or tho iucnualltlca. tliux In.
creasing the area of level, luioolh ground. The
(cotloual dry dock, which n so inati,rlally Im
paired lat year, Is belug rapidly repaired, ami
at an curly day wl bo teuily to rpelio vesc),
large or unall, needing overhmillng. The llrit
Uh war stealiiKhlp lltcuit is waiting to be lilted
Into the 1 Ji, hioou ns vvcryililng h com
in 0 nosts.
not )nake a rlnnie ou the surface
In that rcr
U. S. Law No. '10.-Tbls Is tho tax law
passed at the last session of Congress, The
terms of commission required this law to be
published entire lu n number of tho paper,
which prevented our publishing the usual
umount of interesting mutter, Hy reading
the law readers mny estimate tha umount of
i bue each ,rill be required to pny,
printed on the Grlswold press presented to
the Mission on this coast, two years since, by
the Sunday School children of the Kplsrnp.il
Church iff Massachusetts and Hhodo Island.
Communications should bo uiMriwd lo the
Orrgon Cliurtliman ; bus!nes letters lo Dr.
A. II. Steele.
tSy Thursday, 2Cth, tliu day set npnrt for
Tasting and prayer, was duly oluerud nt
Salem. Tho principal business houses were
closed, nnd the circuit court adjourned fortbat
day. The different churches were thrown open
for wor.hlp, and everything passed off har
moniously. " LiTT..K Riiodv, Gon Hi.kss llcnr was
Iiivarlubly the exclamation iff llmry Cloy,
whin ho spoke of his natlio Stale, Hhode
Islund. The President says " Llttlo Hhody "
lies dnno better, lor her sine, tliuu uuy North
A wham: was rnplnrcd In Ihe liorbor nt
San Prancisco, October 3th, nnd was sold for
une thousand dollars. The buyer has ulrcudy
realized 8700 by exhibiting. It will preserved
in ice several days.
To iik Huxr. The four Indian', tried ui
the Dalles for the murder of Mr. Hriggs ut d
his son, nrc sentenced to be hung ou the 8th
or Nou'inbcr next.
The Democrat says the buildings for the I.W
County Woolen Mills uro being fast completed.
Mr. Geary will soou start Past to procure ma
chinery. Judge Strong contradicts the published re
port of the death ol Ida brother, who is now
in command or n company nbout Washington.
John Pclstcr, or Henlon county, a short
time since, committed suicide bv shootlnt?
A Grkat Sociktv. There ore more than
one thousand members of the State Agricul
Tiik miners of Oro Pino nrc petitioning for
arms and nmmunillon to fight the Indians, lu
case of an outbreak,
5y Senator Nesmlth left Salem on Tucn
day, the 1st of October, tn toute for Wash
ington. Sv.nod or Oamkou.su (O. 8. Piiksovti:
rian.) At the lata session of this body In
Nupa, the following resolution, offered by
Rev. J. A. Anderson, of Stockton, was unan
imously udoptcd :
Resolved, That this Synod has no possible
sympathy with the Irensonabto opinions
thought by some to have been entertained by
Dr. Scott, nnd that we detest treason against
tho UnlUd States Government, coming un
der whatever guise It may, or by whomsoever
uttered, ns a henlnus sin ni-nltut God. ami n
detestable crime against the nation.
Tub commander of the Pawnee writes from
Hutteras Inlet to the Navy Department that
ten reglmeuts of rebel troons hum been u-lih.
drnwu rroiu Ylrglnia to protect Norlh Carolina.
educMluy lcnluc ou or prvcctlit
full mono, b.
it. W. OUKKH, W. SI.
PHOENIX LODGE No. 23, A.F. & A.M
Hold their regular cnmnkiudeutlons the k
Sati iiihv KviiviMis on o prvjcdJug IheVV
full moon, lu I'hu'itlx, Oregon.
S, M. WAYl'.W.M.
H. llRHMrii, Scc'y. ' Jan2Ca
OKi;Oi CHAPTER NO. 1,
ROITAH AZICU MASONS
J.IC'A'.S'O.V VII.1.K, OllKGQX,
Will hold Its regular communication oa tt
l'lil Hnt 111 tiny ICiriiliiKnritvrrjrMontk,
All Kojournlng Cotnpaulous In good rtaMIt,
nru cordially invited lo utlcud,
W. W. POWlJIt. II. I'.
Jab. T. (Ji.knx, Seo'y. dec8:
Dr. O. W. Brown's Meillcul jiuiilMuot
for the permanent cure or all prli ate and clirooi
dlscaics ami tho suppresylMi of quackery, ft
Doctor warns nil thoo who aroiunerlasl
dWares of a private nnturu to guard ;Io
Impudent quack. The Doctor wants no jKna
but tkoc who can appreciate tho skill ef
sclentlllc physician to patronlne him; thstiutt
Is Doctor G. W. Urown, his actlic nbuadistl;
pi oves. U ho doc not clfuot a cure, Ho li
Sand's Sarsaparilla. Tho popularliy v
quired tiy this tttily Invaluable meillclae I s
exteuded m It Is richly nuirlUd. If the km
IhouHind of Ferfulous ulcers which haie lc
clcatrlznl and permanently heulid bylblsu
traotdlnary untlkcptlc had each u tongue,!
chorus or testimony would attest Its ifOcKf
not only In crufula mid ull external manlfctU
lions of dUenM.-, but lu dyrjK'psla, Ulloui con
plalntf, general debility, and the vorlous luW
mil dborders In which It afforiU speedy sst
laftlng roller. 3714
KI-nV A I) VJ-:KTJSK.tIi:N'l,S
8TATK OP OUKGON gSi
Couxtv or JAi'Ksnx, j
Cocntv Coukt, October Term, 16C1.
In the matter of the Estate of
Jqiix It. Snn.pox. Hm'";,,
IT oppeoring to Ihe Court by the exhibit
filut, that there is not sufficient pcrsooil
properly to pay the debts against said tsuij
und expense of Administration, and l
Admlnlatrator having filed his petition fori"
solo of Ihe reul estate belonging to thel'rtj
Notice 's hereby given to nil ptrsons IntentW
to bo and appear before said Court on 'l'br',
day the 7lh day of Novetnbcr,18Cl, nnd sbos
cause why an order shall not bo gnntcd u
said Administrator to sell said real estate (
the puipose of paying the debts, charges, M
liy order of Hon. J. C. TOLMAN,
"Wm. HoriMAK. Clerk. 3M
OV the 28th or 29th lustsnt, on the (b
twecu Jacksonville and Judge Tolmss' 1
a small memorandum book, containing ttiS '
l.. 1 1 i...i 1 '...... J.i. . 1 null
1 tuning uvocriucu jirmuoMJf uuio, ti " y,
on Pat Dunn, for ono hutitlrcd and six'K
tars, (5 1 co) : one on U. fieil, lor iwo uuw"'
Yoi'.va man. when vour Dulelnpn tolls mn and twenty-two dollum. (2222), and ones'
slie unilertnnds Latin and French, but don't Bn,uel "ruhu, ror
know how her mother makes bread, doo't mar-
TiiKtisoofthe head abridges the labor or
IA limwl 'Pl.HA tn nn .1 1 , ,
..v, .,,.. ..iviu . nu uruugury, no niecnani
cal routine, uo mluuteness of function that is
not advantaged b intelligence ui d education
A PoCTsays that Ihe wlpd kisses tho waves,
I hat, we suppose is the onlcbrated ktss for a
blow," about which we have read so much,
A Pkttv woman's soul sometimes sits nnd
looks out through a bright eve. liko a nurriinr
cat out of a sunny window,
A Jupoe Ignorant or crammer Is vary nnt
to prououueo incorrect uutencet.
Two thlnars cannot be successfully coutilcr
fcittd luodviily olid couiinou wtic,
ouo huudred and full-"
dollaw, ($H5,) nil In favor of John IW"
aio, a note ou ooins wcuoy, lor iwv ;
dreil dollars, lu favor or Put Dunn, wllb o"
less Important papers. (
Auy person finding the same aud lcarltf "
with a.M. McCall. at Ashland Mills, or s
SKjfmni, oflice. will be liberally rewarded.
Asliland, September 30, 1801.
jfarxa -f OP Stale
SITUATED ON JljSAR CHEEK', t
six miles from Jacksonville, will be sw
at private sale. Also. A PA11M TO LM
Particulorscan be had of lUeutiscriU-r.sts
rurm on Heur Creek. O. ). HUAk-
Oclober 6, 1851. 38-
TOH PIUNTING of all ditcripth.ni!l!f
d cxee'itcdutUieSHNITNKL OF1H