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THE OBECO) SE.TLEL
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SATUltDAY Sept. HJ, 1SS.
I, I. I'lOitr. .'..'. Kiiiiii linn t ( ii., nml
IV. II. lih), nil refilling tigroid for an
It. K. l'lilin, nilirilliliic agm r
I.lit of Atnts for tk Omow StrrtNEt.
K. V. ItiiM-ll. general jnt for Ortfoa,.
ana Idaho Territory,
I.. IV Klbr..
J. J. Knowlton A Co
FT. It. Ulll
K. G lirdT.
.Kock Tolnt do
.Croxionji Dintat do
Wm. Sokr JurnHMMo
Gov. Glbb' 1'ortUod
I). M. Thompwn AlUny
V. M. Kvni AllhMM
'Ihdnuui Otirr do
TIwbku F. Kloyd Kertyrllle do
S. V. ittrrtr
I). l. AwlwoB llwenbt
I). M. C. Cmult do
A. Ireland Myrtle Crk
Geo. I.. Ian. .Ellenburt
Totoilrlx Umron . . . . t'oloit Town do
J. m I,. W ,noii Kceburit dn
JHh Hail.. Huaur... Utu: Kir do
I. W 5ullim Turt Kianuth do
lllor Htintn of CiiyonTllle genstul
AgeBi fur I'oUjrl.M Couuty.
Till: I'.MO.N l'AUTV.
The petition that thu party iiutaliw in
relatioo lo the Adainbtra'.ion of Aodrew
Joinioc. asd the tioritioc it iwmiim to
narAi tL Adminittration of Abrabon
LIocoIb, It preoriely tbat twtamed by tbt
Democratic party toward Andrew Jack
ion, when tiM rubellioM South CorolnuM
threatened to Inaugurate a war of DBtraaal
dbiategratloe aad death. JucUmo plainly
and dlitiactly pave tbt trtBtou .loving den
izeoj of tbc TalnMtto State to uwlmlaod,
that la dcfOM ol tLe cntioc'5 Integrity be
would cnijiloy tho whole nilllUry and ua
val power of the cation, jw, the la man
and tlx hit dollar, if lacctfi waj not
reachtd ihoft of jucb a fearful espenditare
I'atriotum xa the tout of diuocraey lo
tboec dayt. No democratic atale or coun
ty coBYtntieu deoivd tU rlpbt or poner
ol the geccrai Government to mra a lor
creign State; but all catbeml around the
Adminutrattoii with a firm determination
to ataad by it io all ill (Soru to or sib oot
trcaiou in Sooth Caiolina. lKwoerntj of
1S32-33 would eave been Uii.oo men in
the terrible redemptios itruj-ie of the
jiait four yean.
General Jackion dclared .Marlkil Iw
and impended the privilege of ike writ of
Imitai corpus n 161 1, aI demeurau np
plauded aw rewarded hi in for tb uot.
'Jlit tame of the lamented DoujIm teeti to
a ;reat cticat upon the wuiierly eBott
made by hiat in the Coogrti of ib United
Sum, in vindication of tie conduct of
Jackion. The nation appUudcd tbt Hntl
mtatt, and acknowledged the conviaetor
logic of that greaitQort. Jackeon tbankeil
him for tiu vindicatioB, and wm ever after
till warm (fiend. Such iw deMocmey Id
the dayi of AndrertfackioB, ami mch arc
the icntimenti ol tLe Unite party of to.
The Pitnotrallc parly la the dayi of
Andrew Jackion wai a L'sioo party, ami
in order to make lUelf tOectaa!, neeewarlly
became an Admlnbtralioa party. Tbe
lime U trae of tbe Union party of toJay.
and bai been trae of that party ever liuee
in orsanfcwtlon. Tbe Union party upheld,
iuitaiiwi and deferded the Admiaulnition
in all iu (fTjru to cro.b oat tbe rebellion,
and rwtore tbc fiileral Union intact. And
it U to theiupio:tioe eaeryy of tMj party
that the American people arc iodehtwl for
a nnited asd redeemed republic to-day
Had tliU party faiivd to have tupporud
tbc Adminlitration for a week, or a single
day, the nand of cir ikwtlny would have
been rcrencd, and the Amcnean L'oien,
dusttmUcred ncd dtifevered, would hive
gone down in a sea of anarchy and blood,
to have arisen no more forever. Hut this
party was due to its great m!.ioo, and as
darktwii gathered orer tbe iaod, and hung
like a pall over tbc future, its watebnwu
called aloud ' lo staid by He AdmicUlra
tion steadily and fimly, and ull will lx
well." TLe patty, acd many a good Union
roan, who had cat been gathered iuto tbat
party, ihd statd by the Adminiitratioii,
oLd tLe flag cow tloju over every rood of
territory, rightfully belonging to the fid
lint what would bare been the corwe
uencc, if the no coercion dogma ol moil
trn democracy bad betn adopted ? What
the result, if the Union party bad refund
to vole a man or a dollar to carry on the
war for national unity and national life?
What the dire result, had tba Union party
taken up the cowardly cry, ' you can never
conquer tbe South?" Answer, yon who
have thrown the whole weight of your in
dividual ami moral influence against tbe
tioverumeut for the last four )car Cora
template the fearful rcitilu to which your
avovrcJ principles ivou.d have iogicaby led,
I hail they ln nil pled by a m.,.riy vf the
Am an fc, ' ,a eauut d.r. i!
tit light o' ull the fact', but Hut nutioi.a'
d mcmbcrmeiit would have bceu the locrit
nble result of the adoption of your unpa
triotic theories. Then, as you can only see
hy tht light of th results ami consequences
your ptineiplw. national dUmembcrmeut
and wot. '.hank your God tbat your princi
pies were not adopted, and thnnk tht Union
parly for their persistant adhertnet to the
Administration In the darkest hour of
our country' history. ,
IIfrn The GWdfrt F.ra jays: A
Frenchman wh has hump bcki on tbe
I brain bai devotetl much time In iovMlitfa-
1 tioci ai to tht moanjraphy of hump back -
ed perioM. It U In Kuropt. under the
tesiperate soac. that he hit fousd the nioit.
They are meet numerous in Spain, princi -
pally Id a small locality fct the foot ef tbe
Sierra .Moreno. One ii found there in ev-
err thirteen Inhabitants; in South A met
ku. Ilueaot Ayr. etc.. be fouad Ik leatt.
In I'rasce tbc departmetit of toe Loire
coo tain i the greatest number; the detormi -
ty iW there like an epidemic; In Or Km as bsild up a city, lbe . icnolson pnTmeni.
the baekt leem to be cut in every shape j recently adopted by tbc Common Council
and pattern. A slogalar fact is tbie: Tht 1 ol the city as lbe style of street improre
derormlty ku an Intimate rapport wlib tbc mea' U now beiosr pat dowa; and, what-
conacaratioo anu tnc apect ot ta- coon.
try where it U prodaced. Ttne, tbc hump
Bvieks ol tbe ryrenoew hv tbc shape of
points and peaks, while tboi of tbc mnob
Hants ol tbe sen tide sinw from top to bot-
torn ai sneecMive layers. The linmp backs
o( Ike pktfas are liat and ipread met sonic
thing like mtubrooM. Taking the average
or all tae uamp tweks on tbc gioftc. lb-
lutuitcuE comas to ine coaciuinn, ma;
there Is cot lee than one hump backed
person is every tboasond iodivUluals. Tbe
average nigm oi every aucr.p otioj tiven
and a naif mchvs, ssd tbt. given popaUtbM
of tbe earth beiusr one thonwnd mdlieae,
In mnltiplying tnc million of bump bucks J and ibutk tbat it W tbe flaeel metWd of
it contain with the bigbt of the hump. It street improvement now hs Me. Certaln
will give 2a,000 feet. Tbat in to say. In I ly. it was mueii needed in Portland, mm! te
placing all tbe humps on tbe top ol the 1 tbe credit of tbe city anthofltie. be it m e5.
other, one could climb, by tbat strange lad- it is being done with commjndibleeBcrgy.
der of Jacob; over ten Cordilleras, twenty oatnix ctrr.
Mount lane. eighty Motiot Tom, to Passlnt on op tbe rivr. from POfthmf
wbick could be addtd. to make np the dlf- ( t0 Urerra City, yoa arc preecctl with In
ference, the ryramld of Egypt nnd the ( dispntablc evidn of thrift Kvery Ut
iteeple of all tbc eburche in Kurope. ement of tbe town. t fr eccopMBey. If
Titr "nTririUtt-After o:h lalk ' ' ''."'T7 """I " T
andconjtnrea to what was to become ! " F'"J ow in full
ef ear dally malts, w. new know for a cer N"'- a wk ' '"'
talny-for it ba eeaicd to be a thing of Th l"tl Trawrortntleii Co. are
tbc prcseut. In tbii case tbe fptsetiot. can "' ' tW wotb .Id ef
not arise, whether a certain am nf moewv . rJ' '" Lnm ito OeefimCily.
will stcNr the contract j for tbe mall er-1 " .onr.r, .wi "" "
riff thtiin-h hara U a ceultT. abJ iluuiM ,
J lvd at ant a.U. An-. ki
wilh ujoal propriJir. in Make, eav tbat he
aul.l not tit. tMitr or thifir Aittapi u
Ike o m might be. per Imadred for flViur
when be knew tbat at 1'ortland k cn!d !
get the same article for three or fonr dol
lars, at for tbe I Apartment to say they
will not give more than a certain sum
named for this service, beatute the saw
wookl c-t only half tbenmennt in tbc,:.- '.run a . .J"
.. . a . . .. . . iM.at Ft. Halle, and von will sec Unit
Kuitcrti State. Hat we can t do ibf sob . n ,. .. . ',,,:
jeet J'Hticc, and ever, if we oould, there it
no mill to carry our tbonsrbU.
Staob AceiotKT On Monday morn
latf last, at the lias ' Plnit down
-Jackson' Hill." about seven miles from prtMiea we-ild be that kt was in tie ini
Salem, it bit an oak tree aad tamed over. ; Ur6 of a elty. and, so ecatkriag are the
m-ikiBg a complete smash np. From tbe . hoe,, fa wmM mt llke'y pase cm
aroeimrtn we learn that it hid been ralr.- throngh tbe elty. still making ioqniry a to
Ing during tbe night, and tbe bill wai very how lar it we 'to the city of Salem. I say
slippery. Tbe driver was noabke to coo- this hy ne means dipragli.gy of Balem.
trol tbe coach with the brake, when lbe ' fr t by mr tbe flnost town In the State;
horiee liecame onmanageablc. The bill 's ' bni I alone have reference to the manner
said to be tbe wont no tbe line, e.wptlng jR whlek it I bsilt. 'I Vplleiag np" pro
Con Creek kill, in DoHgtaj cinly. 0 cess U In vlpoross operation, nnd the time
man was kmicu. oauieu .u. u. aoamt, aiu
several other scrionny injured.
Tub Kmiosutiox. In a p irate letter.
dated Fort Itoisc, Augoit 12th, 18(55. np-
njteiexar fit fnttAW Ift! 'Iri t?lrtl llP rfltlin fc
Cuming In lo coail-lerable number, mostly
in .l elrfuuitanaei. 'llielr itaek iu!
pen-rnl oet-fiu look well, sod tbey arc an
loubtedly a superior class of people to the
emigration of last year. Vsry few of
them will stop In Idaho; all or Mirly all
of tbeoi are going to tbc Willamette Val
ley, fthich gees to slrnvr that they have
seme seme asd a desire te live within the
boacd of civiliiatieo."
A C.ttx Sx4iox. Tb sooner slavery
Ii abolished by the constitution of tbe
United Htatw, the sooser peace and order
wiii be restored throughout tba Southern
Slates. Governor Uibts will call an extra
tc.uMa of the Oregon UgUlative Astern-
bly, far the purpose of ratifying the
Amendment to tbe Cotwtiintiofi as soon ai
tbc vote of Oregon will make it tbe law
of the land. From present nppesrane,
this will be Ike cate by the III of Novem
ber, and tbe cull icssiati will be the 1st
of December next.
Kt.M-Tio.N ik Dm. Nobts and Kuhatii
Coi The whole of till Peepies' ticket
was elected in Del Norte except Thorp,
Union candidate fur AiitMor. The major
ities ranged from oiu to seventy five
Klamath county elected the Peoples' tick-
et Ihrougliout. Sclinck.on Peoples t.ck-,
ct, fur lbe Aiiembly. was defvuted by oee
vote In Del Norte county, but in Klam-
alb he received three majority.
Mutr. Colts Notice is given to-day
by Drum and Martin, tbat they will give a
premium of forly dollars to Mm shuwiug
the best mule colt sired by Mulloic. There
aro some fine colts In the valley, and it is
hoped they ulll all be on exhibition
i r t ... .! ,.1,. s. "
;..&, .mi- Ton man from l.'
Oregon, however much he mav be attebtl
to home and home-surrounding'. JIfiVrlnp
so widely from nny other tortus of ttit
State. It is. after all, much a? wjoMtmw
knpfc nt "!h Innd nf ted linnles.' finite ft-
freshtag to visit tbe Willamette alley
The verdure, the extensive forests, the well
cultivated fields, the rapidly extending g
rlcuttuml tntettt. and tbs undoubted
thrift uf tb neanle rv,!rvwkere lo be
seen ull these are mailer of iniere
I one who keb an lntett in the prtxperlt
and rwing glory of our new and flourUliiwt;
, State. At bo former period have 1 notiefd
u waoy and iiteb UBdonbled -indicotioiM
of pernvasent prosperity in middle Oregon.
' ni 1 buve obtrved everywUere since 1 cuaie
down tkie tinw.
' Tbt city of Portland is improving quite
' rapidly in utrHtJ io lonf and io wnefc
! needed -and In buildings of that Unlnf
1 and permanent character whiek sn help to
, ever may te iu caarucwr wr nuraawi.
eertaiuly makes a splend J appearaBce.
It i, made, so Ur a your rropood.Bt is
i able to determine from a casual wspction.
by covering lb larfucc of ;w rsonod.af -
' ter it is levied awl prefMred Hir tbat pur
j poor, with flr boards, of sulBcent thieknees.
I well Mlnratcd wilk ur. upon which are
; placed altersnte rowi o! venicai uiw-.
two inckcc tnicn nna tosr iocuw wine.
now six Inch bif k and tnc ntner eight.
f turaied with ur. and npnn this a oi
cient coverisg m nae iravei avi wu,
, TbU make up tbc mnck Ulked ef .nicboI
n Mvemenl. I am mnefc penied with it
raw. and bitve over one Hum red nemsseoi-
. P'H " ta '"
. ProTw h r '' '?l-rl1"w '
I M Ur-gnn. and will work a lasting
benedt to its trading lotereds. as it will
tend directly te reduce tbe rates of, and
I facilitate, trsMportatioa. Add to the
Improvement already stent loned. tbe two
new iteambaot which are bciag belli
there one by tbe P. ii. Co.. and one by
isrcgoa vivj, (nontn ono unu, i ytiniivt,
ami bids fair le make one ot tbc best btw-
inei) tows ic the State.
TW! TATfI cxrvtAU
ArrlTf at Salem, a (transfer's first ha
( n M- ra. ,,!,, m gtUnn will be
of Ike prettiest cities on tbe Pacific CW
one ef which we can feel justly prood as
oar State Capital. AI! that portion re
cently kid watte by fire, is now HI led up
' ",,,,, "rt"W Wtk 1I!1!b-. d w.w
' "" """ "X"T "aB """ """ enona
gratiea. Hat tbc meet noticeable and
prominent feature of tbe elty are tbe new
College bailding. tbe Willamette Woolen
Manufaelnring Company's boildiae and
tb mitfnitWnt IIBW Mil ju. ..
. , " "' -""-.
i upper ems ot town, ibp nnl it the
form o( a eroes, eighty feer fct each way.
8fty two feet io bight to the plate, mount-
ed by a rcof. which is in turn wrnmuoud
by n lofty dome, the summit of which will
be ninety-two feet from the ground; on the
I top ef tbe dome I a nig, making a distia
guUbibh) feature toe mile around. When
! completed, the building will cost from flfcv
to sixty IbouKind dollar. It u under tbe
u pee vision of the Oregon Conference ol
tbe Melbodist Cburcb.aod will U the ba
est building of the kind en the Pacific
ooast. It will be in hosor u tbe Stale,
aud a tailing monucaeut to the energy asd
eolwpeiie of iu projeetori. I always feel
proud ol such csittrpristu, as Ihey beeaeak
a healthy state of the edeeatiooa) intweiu
of tbe country, to which we look for the
roal streiHStb and peniuneney of oar Re
public. The Willamette WooUa Mill is in a.
live and L-enilant niwmim u. ..1
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u ,, - -
j ,,,, p M,1crtacU " 0,
I , ,, , , .....' "'"I'4
. .-.- --. .- iv,..n,o6 ugiir(i;
Average manufuelure per day, 1,000 yasj
Aerage lahM per day, 600 to 1.000 ydi; '
Wuol bought since Jan. 1 'Ofi, 300.000 Ibr
Average price. 20 cU per lb;
Number of hand employed, 80;
Pav roll per month, 85,000.
On yesterday, flung orders from differ-
... ,- . I.f.lllA
!. ...II, ,'..! HCriTnl1
, t0 tk h.imlonw Jum of fi"? lhou aM u
,ar Ciajtiltinj; the brief pfi
J KlMBee of this enUrpri. " mw"Dpf
wilh W(,wWrfsl .. ""' l " ,
. .11 l iltb fall en
thst Claw tbot """ TV-It. in the
0,velHeBt ..It resources u m.r state.
In the hope of brisbt !" for 08n
.. .i nnmttom lowtwmf la web - .
.,1 i I allioriii" -
! ,c I terpflw in diflerent portkiw of th State.
rl,y'3lkrtM the time b aot far dlt-nt when
theniooerrdtneoot wmn " J"U"""" '
v turn their oneaiwii . """-
efa klmiieJ ckaractcr. No rorllona ol
tbi 5ttc are so ll kpt'l to the crow
In. of wool, sod I know of no reusou by
acb etcrpriee would not jy a well Iu
WaseO. Owat or Jckon conntles a la
Sapreme Court convened here en lbe
lie Ml., with a mil nestm. i nere an
flfty.two cm on tbc docket, a tefjfe prc
portieo ol which come np from Mnitno
niak eonnty. Hoslnee l belns dUpotciwI
quite rapidly, bot owies? l the chntner i
1 1Mj )ff1( hUB 0r nbm oi ine ensee io w j, t(1 C( i; - nn (u, 0Weat iiihii on
iWlJ wi b, iwo M lnfM wk before I (hv ntno t,rkl,t t,clti j,y a innjarijy
, w tjonrament can N bad. Mnny nttet- j of fom so tB iM. HWy'liolter I de"
, MM o( iolprtrUlMf rc b;icg dUcnsced and i fMtcJ wi,10Ut d00j(t.
imi WBien are nV lined to be permanent Sun v(l,M0,,hn llulltim rays thu
(.njowrk, n tbe H'"' lnwtlgntiwi nf ruiiowii.p pnrtk an ehwted :
t faWre ytAMi fn, validity of sVsrmt tender ( A j VuM)t (inJenrfcnt Union) nnd
Mm 'iltmp. and wbetker tlicir kiimyiw.J. Slutw (Hcnwcrnt) to tbt Senate.
Uw ,0 fauti for imt o,aMitteit bftore i
i nt mf f the uit wgislaurc. wui an
li4HraiiMt before tbc C-nrt adjmtme,
, w(, JTt w 0( ikcm next
i M Paixm
STATK OF OUIUiO.V, 1800.
SF.N ATOUUI. 118TJCT3.
Iti. UmIoii esmnty
2. Lsnu,. .........
8d.. Line ....
l' WaeiiiBWa , . .
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ia.l . loiumwa
lit Utloo eotmtr. 6
3d Linn A
Sd. Lmc I
4lb. Uuuyia S
atb. Jackson a
6th. Joeephine 1
lih ) "
' I Onvtj., .....
Stb. Uentan ....
10tb.-Yamhin . .
( Columbia... .
12th. -j ClaUop
Utb Oaekama. . .
0 i a
To take effect ami be In force from nod
after the tat day f June, 1866.
Soatvit K. JUy,
See'y of Stale.
Tmi Fivr. SBKiml'bete k a picture
la tbe I'jiU trKli.iii .....!. l
I . .. T. . I ..'"" -"""'" "
, aiieauoo. it h called
I CiBi( Sens,"
j , tb, KmptfWi u u , . . ,
It b br Seb!in-er, a German vt stndant 1
The panel U divided into Bv. corurlr'-
ment. web representing one of tht stntc
In tbe Bri, a you 04 gift, boffoklly jtrcieb-
ed on a sofa, though with a countenance
full of life oad rnerrimenl, hui ),: iwLw1
flt by another girl; In the second taste 1 j
represented by two very lovely women sip
Hiag roe, lor n.-aring, a yonog girl play- '
iBsr the flageolet is iwi r,,;.,.. .. . '
, m , .-..M,H& UHUIRVT, 1
Slops her Curs; sight Ii l&Okltltf I
through a telescope; and the sense of smell
te foilieated by the pug of a cigarette
by one female figure, which another trite
lo dissipate with a perfame. The idea i
original, and the heads pretty, wilh a cer
tain glitter nod richness of coloring, that
makes up, in part, for I00 much depth of
thought or exptsMioa (7oiAn i.V.
New York, Sept. C Gen Lws has ao
ceptd lbe Presidency of Washington Cob
lege. Yirginia, iu which he txprMs the
following sentiment : That it w the duly
ofevesy citizen in Hie present eoi,dilieii of
tho country to du all iu m puwer to old
In leetwiBg ptaee and liarinony, atd iu no
"ay to oppow the policy of the Slate or
General Government dirtcttd lo idm .,x
ject, nod tlt it i, particularly IncumUnt
on those charged w.th tho younr to set nn
iiiin.ie ui ut)mu,.on to authcjiiy.
From Sacramento Unlnn
From various source wcglve the follow.
in n turns of the recent clcctiou in the
Ceiiixt Cosft Total volecnst In Contra
Costii cMuty. 1.76 ; Union majority, 431.
Cdutn Tbl enmity has, ns tibial, elect
ed the entire Ciiperheuil ticket, by major
ities raiigluc; from 150 to 1'30. Win.
S. Iiiing, t'oiiit A.cwli'i mail, hut ubout
We learn by telegraph from Red Illud
.t 15wou (Tiiioii). joint mndidatc for
,vM,.mi,iy fr,itu Teliunin nml Colmn rutin.
lH, blu v;,S. IiiK (1) ), In Tehama
136 vote, l.otij; is inerotore viectcii, us
ni ttmjaritT in Uoluin will Dc over 'JPO.
Monttriy In Monterey county, Ireland
regular Union nominee, is 95 nlicnd, with
one sttmll precinct to hear from, which can
not change tbc resnlt. Uiitlru Union ticket
eKceil in tbi county, with the ixcepuon
ol CVtiuty Surveyor, nml, potelbly, Asses;.
Arrnrfd In tbl oetinty the Union tleket
was elected triumphantly. Tlie Nevada
TVnnsei ipt soys :
Ueutry'i (Union) majority over Kent
for Sheriff, as far n heard from, Is C
dditiomil rctwrna will itrobnbly hicrco'e
tj t0 the Amnibly. Cmh. Cluyion. .Ta
llowman. Cbn. U Wiggiu, F. C. Hugbee.
Henry liuttosi nnd 1 lav id Dwyer (hide
pendent Uuiot), and J. A. MnUlellnnd.
alerca A. Uy. M.ehnnl llnwklw, (.'
Hearst, S. L. Ijipeesi iiud 1l. J. Che
(Demeemt), nre eh-cled. 'IV wtdiet'
vote are vet to I beard from, which will
probably increase the Union majority, bnt
1 will not otherwl nff-ct tbc fiene.
l-fft j,ai otTB tomt Inaetmvncy ht
'the Mem Fmnelrca vote ne pesb'iehed in
Uuuanl lha miwh lhM. the nbovo etuta-
merit k irlven.
Simla Cforw Official returns for the
comity of Sunta Okim ehow that the entltt
regnlar Union ticket k elevted by an aver
age majority of about f00.
Snl Crui AuiIhihj (I'n'iwcnmlieiate
for Aseembly) le elected by ISt majority
over Menlllini (Imletiilen). Tbc entire
Union ticket k) sk-eted by a two third volt
to tbb) oCHjuty.
SlitrA tarve -ote wu rxillcd In Snt
ter ootniiy, ami tbe entire Union ticket is
etaetl, with tho exception of Clerk (Wil
etMoa) nml tbe HHpervHor (Gawttrti)
I WlktoxonV inaj.irity will be in tbe neigh
boeboed of flfieeo. nnd Stennrt (Uopper
bead), Dnuo-ict Atloroee, nre encb beaten
about tbc miiic.
VWorVmrtr A dhipateb state that tbe
Iwrnoetat bare elicted HonrUnd Slier'tl.
nnd Unlvm Dbmlet Attorney. The Union
party have elected tbe balance of '.he
ticket. Including Keafb-kl Treatnrer, Pih
t cr Clerk, Crolgne Iteorder, nod the legl
11 1 v nemMeee.
lew 'IV following nre the mejorltle
m this seemly for the Fusion tleket : Fris
blv. fee Senate,-. 9 ; P.etil. Assembly. SL'l s
Mini, Sherilf, 1001 Gihlinr. dmiiiy
Clerk. 10; Sill. Treaturer, 74; Wood.
8p-rlnledent of School, 160; Curtk
for Ooreteer, am Hall, fr A-eaor, arc
elected. lUmett. Public Adininhtrator
ea the refiiliir Union tleket, la elected by
78 mfjuriey ; nnd Matbew, Surveyor, by
38 majority. Itoll. SupervbAr on tlie reg
ular Union ticket, is elocted.
I'soa Tho entire Union ticket Is elect
ed in tbl county, by majorities ranging
frwi about 100 to 200.
Atto.sts Adxittrd The following
persuBS have been udmittcil, to practice a
attorney In tbe court of this State, upon
examination before the Supreme court lion
hn session iu Salem, hi. A. Moreland and
II. W. Scott, of Portland. M. II. Adam?,
of Oanyosi City, nnd Flyno, lute of
New York Artnu.
PanDo.vnu UuvciRor Gilib has par
ilncd tbe following named convict : '110.
Graham, sentence f,m Umut county;
1Aami VeH'"' 8"le,ieI r'" N"10"
?"' '' M U' Ql,l,y, 80,Mm, ,rg'"
"Obttwu Soarbii." 'Hi Nnpa llty oH
tr soundi nil alarm : "It is elntwl as u faul
tbat in many of the i;teni Stutw, since
tbc aequitiul of Mim llnirw for shooting a
man who linn Jilted her, mnny of the young
men aic twcuminar quite nervous, und have
troublird drenni. Wo lieur it liiwltd that
One Or two inuur II rli In i,nr tlrmllr nm
getting a littlo uoeasy, f.,r lar this meiliod
of getting even will be adopted bv some ol
the fair ones with whom they have been
fli'tinar a little, nml think of traveling for
their health. The wicked live when uone
Sat,a Anna Sunt a Anna residence
U upon on of thu lofty peeks of the island
"f St. Thomas (W, I.) M ealublish
meot is Hint of a Kentlenmo of nmplo for
tune nnd refined taste nn elegant villa
with broad grounds and beautiful shrubt
"try. Ho is now an old muo, nt 'taut sev.
only yeors of ago ; but he is represented to
be In excellent health, and though ho lias
onenrnnoM iK. walks without the aid of
a cauc, nut, with , ull form of six feet
is as erect ureter.
I Tax 1'avi.m ate rrreJ to thu Assessor's
I not.ct 1 1 uuthur coimu 1.
'" court rMB, cD Mot. '":
I l0 I Wall U.II whleh? monil'J't
.oiuier, wa tbe mest ehwatni .,.
state of rr.ni..i.. , ' : k,!e "a
lp.rl.- .bile sontethie-
.nl.r,8 exercise ersh
there Is a snHJen exposure to ldB My
Blr.ora raw damp .,.,,,,., '
or strett corner, an inevitable rkh
violent an.1 insbntaneeui cl.ii rf tl,
jwrte of thoskln.bywhtcLw.iu.siia.
pure molten, which weenVig tW-w
out of the systsm, arc compelled la i-,
nn exit through some otkr cbattcLuj
bmik through some weaker port, settle
natural one, nnd Urra to I bit par:, j,
tbe result. The idi is pre-tBttd by l,;.
iwe tbat tbe cildbastttUu'iaiUitt.
To illottrnte: A lady nu alt cctuie
Into a simill lat to croi tLe !)&,
but w sbing Brst to get as omcrt at a (hnt
staml, she rae up the bit ul tbe r.w.jj'
on bur retatu lo the beat, fotwd herself
much healed, for it as wiatser ; let litre
ws a little wind cm tie nates, ted ti,
clothing sees felt ishl to btr ; tbt text
uing she Ud a severe cold vrk.ch i'U
tied on her lunge, awl nilbit the ytir she
di d of eonsomptk-R. A Moot strooesw
wa working in a Banern'm May ; reaUsg a
I'ttle tired abnert boob, Ik eat d.iwq tbt
)ode tf i he home and Ml asleep ; he est
wd up cbltty. iatUmstlea of Ike l;.W.
Iiwtd. tiwbnf . ahtr te years of et
autTering. in etmsnmmlse. Oseanitrii
cbest. there was seek as txtSMivi sresy
tbut the yellow matter was leeosei eat by
the cupful f.is Jcssmsf.
. , s
Catchuu Fish bt Hucrstcnr.-Tly
bae succeeiWd is cotchis? (4 hi KM
by mean of ud electric l-gkt. The I ;tt
was prodnenl by a pnwrrtcle'ettmBB;.
iiotio inochise eoeMiiocied by M IWti,
tbc well knows enginetr. The Mpentust
was conducted by M. IhaiB ee bsM tbt
AiuIuIouh. le the presence of MM) f ;
roue. The light, in a keltic, vw leb-im-rstid
in the water, asd the Sh ties t
it in skeot while the fishermen easfkl
them in their set. M. Hasia is stecUt to
Murml m Kena. In Algeria, and cstaolbs
a ooml fisbtfy by lbe atsisuncr of Lis eke.
trie light. He pM.po.es in tbe nteastime te
descetid full 400 ftet into tic sea. sl ci
plots what he call tbt "depths f Ik
oewr," with bis submarine lstri;mU
Tni: P.rtvioB The Jlsrysville Apptd
ays : "Eleetluo is new oref, ami there sre
but two jrtle-Uiile J Copjetksi
IeiSe' ami 'hetU' have become oW
late lltlcul terms. We sre do tithe-
Union men itf CoppefBesai.
Tv - s mm
giimmu Enwaicu -That til w fa
thin enuntry eiyy tramp Ib se Beie
.l . i - .u- nwi Aiui that mv sseee-
in eat inn m '" ;' -
eiaiecnod buBtma- secautrtimsiis U mi
.a. . I .fu..alUll AT tl M
he dniiied. ror i.uwni f -InltloMd.
we w'll y tint tbe Wileen;
thing deelred Hy a Nimrod. will b"
John Miller sltfB Ol tae '""'
-AuBut24-li at Vnaw'sFtrrTS.
On the 12'h !. to 3M
wifeofMaJOB '1 ''-"-
about 20 years. -
-In Jaeksone'lle. Sept. 1Mb. FflC.
KrouM.aged Ife years.
Ere Ihy younK hwrt au
nnd strife -iHitsoda'-
Why sheuhl WP th
Where no temptations
Thrice happy ,? Wsfled
With no regretf. no sjw " bwM, of G.
Todell forever la IbeUfc rf
..miinirr '" '' m'mJ