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Till! OREGON SECTI.EL
usior aocxts ron mc jextixeu-
I. 1 Fl'ber
Thorns' lavi .
FT. It Hill.
V. 0 Hird'cyc.
W. M. Krans. .
1 hom Carr. . . .
Thorn" F Floyd.
S W. Sawyer
I). T Anderson. .
A. Ircl.mil. . . .
,5.in Franclwo Gl
.llocl. Toint do
Croxlon I)irtn do
. . . . Portland i'o
. ..Attnou 1o
. . . Kerhyvllle do
. .Mvrllo Creek do
. . . . Kiknourr do
Goo. I.. Dean
Tbeolric Cameron Colon Town do
Jm I. Wntnra Ko-eburp do
SIIm IHltle Hunter ... Hopue Illver do
Hinder Herm-in. of Ganyonvlllc. general
A cent for HougU County.
Itectnt Eastern advice iadaee the be- ,
lief; that notwItBjtaodinp the slow propter
nude by the Southern Slates lo the organs
zatioo of State governments, tbey are k-
log lure and hopeful advances in other re
spects. The position of those who asaume
the leadership of the Southern peoples
still untatlifactorv. Their obduracy I j
(till unsoftened. Tbey are not coeKnted
with bavin? ruined themselves and many (
others of their fellow citiaeo by their Im- '
pctuou! folly, but seem determined to de- I
prive the Soutbern States oi the benefit J
of representation Id Congress by their un
wise and Impolitic course. Tbey are eltb-'
r blind to the signs o'. the time, or wo- j
fally and criminally hardened by their re
verse. Like the Jrsalu who sued for a
papal dtercc against the doctrine of Gal
ileo, tbey cannot perceive that the world
it moving. Their inflexibility if vain.
The .Southern political leaden matt 1000
learn that the car of propre bai at lait I
reached the fertile valleys of the South, !
end that tboic who oppose most fall be
fore it. Tbey mutt learn that tbe favorite
political doctrine that tbey tried toeetab-!
liih with the (word matt give place to
other and more enlightened ideal; to viewi
of itateimaothfp better adapted tu their j
changed condition, and commensurate with '
the rapk stridet of civilization. i
"With the rniiiu of tbe Southern people. '
however, tbe cait ti somewhat different.
Floeds of light have been poured upon '
tfcem by the great conteit, nsd they arc
partly compensated for tbeir heroic effort
and great sacrifice in an unworthy cause;
by the knowledge that tbey are part and
parcel of n great nation second to none
In power, In valor, or In civilization. Tbey '
have learned to respect tbe courage and
manhood of their Northern brethren, awl
have been diubattd of tbe idea that tbey
were all hucksters and clock peddlers.
What is still better, tbey bave discovered
that tbe pernicious doctrine, so ssduloosly
iritllltd by their politician, m eeutwl
to the prosperity of the .ouih, tended to
dtktroy their relation with a free govern- j
meat and would be fatal to true ltepubli- ,
canlsrn. Tbey will bave diKoverttl by i
tbts time tbat tbey committed a grave awl
fatal error in sending Impenitent retel to I
represent them In Congrts. On tbe point I
oi loyally, tocgrtsj niwv iuv'u
and tbeir hopes of present representation
are groundless. Inde(ecdent of this error,
tbe southern people have done well. Tbey
have gone to work lu earnest to mend
their shattered fortunes, and turned tbeir
attention to their long neglected industrial
Tursuiu. Therein lie tbe hope for tbeir
prosperity. Commerce i nid to be the
true civilizer, nod certainly no people can
be truly great who are not Industrious,
Large quantities of tbe Southern lap!e.
cotton and sugar have already been ship
ped to Northern markets, and this year'
crop promises, under tho circumstances,
to be exceedingly large. Contracts wllli
tbe fretdmen are b-jlog made on favorable
terms to both parties, and so great is the
demand for the products of Southern labor
that there is little fear of Idleness among
any class ol Southern population.
Our Southern brethren need still more
light. They require a higher standard of
morality and Intelligence. Tbey require
education of the bcart In tbe common prin
ciples of humanity. A large and depend
ent element has been thrown upon their
bands by the abolition of slavery. Here
tofore, interest dictated kinJness and hu
manity to the slaves; now, a release from
responsibility, not unmixed with chagrin,
is the ground of cruelty to the Ireedmen.
Were this confined to individual lustancu,
wc would be still more hopeful; but, un
fortunately, some Southern Legislatures
have endeavored to institute a system ol
peouagc by coders diicrimioatiag ogainst
the blacks. It is time this thing ceased.
It is time the people of the South under
stood tbat they can never expect to par
ticipate in the government of the country
until they give assurance of tbeir tcnc ol
justice to tho freedmen, and show their
willingness to dUcbarge faithfully all their
obligations, moral and political, as citizens
of a free country.
Verily, your rematks are "like the attacks
of n t?nat on a locomotive." I'llmw I "doff
the lion's kln and hang a calfskin In lu
place." Your Heating 1 bouud to betray
Don't caro about changing our coat Jmt
yet, neighbor; but If we've got to do it,
prefer au Am' garment io If you ain't
afraid of catching cold, please skin yourtelf
and lend us your hide for o few days.
Euc(rcioN.-Seeprolauiation of tbeTown
llecorder for Municipal election on 6th of
At st.. N.w. l I c lc'e ap'i -w
efc irx wo kir$r order nnd W- are nV U
pn-nt cur readers with n f.w lum of
Kastern news. Wc Rive the pit of lVr
Went Johntnn's colloquy with I'm! Delic
to m. The President take stroop proumls
;ntM( negro suffrace nrnl advise emiprn
Ikin. We nprrc with lilm. that the freed-
men are yet unGt ti exercise the elective
fmnchie and liable to be controlled tn I
wax by the dominant raw. but take Issue I
with him on the subject of nepro enilpr-
tinn V ant of we - II! not now permit
us to give our reason, but wc will refer to ,
tbe subject again. We hmrn that a Urge
number of prominent democrats waited on
hi Excellency to congratulate him upon !
tlui ntiiln ftnA imiimA Tn,,lAn nl hi
views on thss subrct. This but III accord
with the factious opposition of Oregon de
mocrary. and will doubtle necessitate n
change of tactics nmonf. their sbufilmr
lder. Political matter arc beginning
to aMurne a hopeful aspect in Texas. Tbe
convention now in e)ion in that State
bavins determined by a vote of C6 to 11
to take tbe oath of n I leg U nee to the
United State ; tbe oth was administered
to tbe members by Judge T.verelt. A res
olution declaring secession and all subse
quent acts nail and void was laid on tbe
table by a vote of -15 to 2;. A resolution
to exclude from seats In the convention,
all who nre exec pled In tbe President'
amnty proclamation, wm referred. Tbe
work of reconstruction is still going io
Congress, and judging from the length of
time It require. It b likely to be done
well. The President informs tbe Senate
tbat Jeff. Pavi is held on an indictment
for treason and other crimes, and tbat be
will be tried for tbe crime of treason a
soon as n term of the Circuit Court can
be held in tbe State of Virginia.
Tbe Kdltor of the California IxnrrM.
bos been inexpressibly shocked by tbe con
dnet of tbe Pastor, of a iarav congregation
in Marysvllle. It appear that Ike Ilev
gentleman made a visit to a colored family
in that city and sat down to a meoi with
tbm. The Expmt regard Ihl proceed
ins ni a wanton iMiilt to tbe congregation
We pity such sensitiveness.
It is nothing : that the child of a south
ern aristocrat should suck tbe breast of a
black nurse, and thus lenrn to look upon
her. with almost flilliul affection nothing ;
that southern boy should p'ay nml assocl
ate with the negro children of the planla
tloo on term of perfect equality nothing;
tbat young southern gallants should make
their amour with the female slave, the
theme of every drinking bout and social
gathering; nothing, that white fathers in tbe
South should have children born to tbem
in slavery No, nothing. Hut, that n
Northern divine, educated to make no dis
tinction not made by tbe Almighty,
prompted by the impulse of n christian
spirit to do the bidding of hi Master, and
discharge tbe dutie impofed upon him.
among tbe negroe of the North, a wth
a the white of tbe North, should visit
and break bread with a colored family. I
peculiarly odious to this democratic Jour
iialut.'aod U bemhUd as an "abolition out
rage" on public opinion. We would re
mind this fastidious gentleman tbat then
U a higher tribunal than even public opin
ion, and it will be well for him II on tbe
great Judgement day ; hi heart be not
found blacker than the skin of hi desplrtd
brother. It will be well for him to whiten
and purify it ftltb christian charity, and
despise no race or color of people that
God in his wisdom lus made to suit him
sIf for hi own Inscrutable purpose.
Nssw Theahon Mill. We have received
No. 1 of tbe Lafayette (Gal.) Smlmt! with
Xon the wrapper. We deelln the proffer
ed courtey. Vbn wc ililre an exulxnnce
of expletive and slang we will search the
'Newgate Calender" and gt It In It orig
inal purity. Tbe editor of till sheet re
mind us of n hyena sneaking -among the
dry bone that have been picked clean by
more powerful beaut of prey. Kven par
tisan malignity spares the (ubw of the II
luitrloiw dead; but this human hyena In
vade even tbe sanctity of the tomb to glut
hi loathsome appetite. Wo would sooner
associate with a borw-lhlef or hlghsaymin
than exchange with a reptile who spits hW
venom on tbe grave of the President whom
tiie natlou still mourns. Keep your polton
oui sheet. We don't want It.
That' a Pact. The San Francisco 'Ay
"The lufamles perpelraUd In the name of
the Union vty are Innumerable."
We only wonder nt a radical piper like
tbo Ihjc admitting so much. Tho truhlnl
nei of the remark Is ma!iif.st.--&dM AtyMt
Yes, that' so; but who perpetrates tbem!
The corrupt political hacks who left tho
ark of Democracy as rat leave a sinking
ship, and joined the Union party in tho
hope of plunder. Wo nerd only point to
your own model of infamy "Ilcast Ilutler,"
president of the Charleston Convention.
AxcsKue.sTS. Capt. Fullerton called on
us this week, looking well after bis seme
trip to Ft. Klamath and back. Ho trought
back with him a programme ol on evening'
entertainment at tho J-'t. Klpmath Theater,
which is got up In splendid style; nnd the
Capt. says It Uonly equalled by the perform
once, and that the exhibition would dobon
or to professional player. Wo nre clad
tho boy have some oiiniK-inent to relievo
the, mouotony of life nt a frontier pott.
IIkmovai.. J. How will to-day remove
his stock of notions from the old stand, to
the llaluv fire proof brick, coruer of Cali
fornia and Oregon street. TaU building
ha been fitted up anew and promise to be
the finest place of business lu town, Ciite
him a call after ho get fixed up and kc If
bl oignr arc not superb.
WOOLEN . ILL MEETING.
! c.tri,p it,, imh dav t V bruary
lSt"S. pursuaut to notice n large curgn-J
Stbe Court Hou In .T.ck.r-niitl tor TO THE SrNTINET..
the pnrpoe of organinc n Wooleo Man- ( j)ntos to IYt. 1Hi.
ufaeto'ing Company In Jnrk'on county.
The meeting crgnrnztd by electing K. I Washington. 9U..-A number of Dcrn
Foudrav. President, nod II. F. Hew"-, ocratlc member of Congress cnlkd on the
Secicln:r I President to-day to concraiutoic bin upon
" Mer Thma Smith. K. P. Fondray. I hil .peecb to the colore,! delegation. The
It I' Powell. Dr. US. Thomi-n. Mich- sfctary of the interior reports thai the
nel ilnnlev and Samuel Colrer. made Jury of public lauds during the lasUct.
speeches in behalf of bttlldins: facio- ; , n California, have cost SI..U1...-1.
ami thev satisfied all present that a factory 'whe the receipts from sales d.iriiiglhe
was practicable, nod could be nude very MBW time amounted to only SS'J.iO.i.
profitable ; and tbat tlre were mmy the five directors of the Pacific railroad
plaers In tbe cwntv nfl.udin? the best Bfc urglng the importance of adopting
of water power, ami fine healthy locution Hm measures to hasten the conqijctlon of
Messrs. Smith. Colrer nnd Poudray dif-1 ,hc work. An effort Is bing made tn w
fered wide'v as to the place. Mr. Smith j tabtisbed in Idaho City Instead of iu Ore-
matte an eloquent speech in bebaii oi .io '
land, nnd Mrs. Poudray and toiver
contended tbat thre was no place equal to
On motion of Mr. ITanley. tbe meeting
determined to appoint one person in each
precinct of the county to oltcii subscrip
tion, and thereupon tbe President nr
pointed tbe following named pernors : K i
It Hapardinc, Ahinnd ; Isaac Contant. ,
Mansanlta; M. Hanky, Jsckonville ; I
Snm'l Colver. Pha?nlx ; Tho Chaveoer J
Dardanelles ; N. C Dean. Willo Spring ; i
Tod. Canwroo. Unlontown : C. Scbeiflelen. j
Perkiwville: John Siemore. Table Hock;
J. M. Nichols. Hutle Creek ; M. H. Druke. I
Forest Creek; Mr. Uylock. Evan Creek :,
Nicholas Wright. Steamboat City; Cant, j
Snltmarsh. Sterliogvllle. I
On motion, tbe Committee was requested
to meet io Jacksonville, on Saturday. Feb
ruary 2-lth. 1?6C. Tbe meeting then nd
journed until tbe first Saturday in April
166. nt which tin tbe report of tbe Com,
mitttc will be submitted.
F. D. FornAY, President.
H. T. Dnwstu. Secretary.
rvsttii)' i- iuiirii'd.
One day the past week n letter addressed
to u. from Hock Point. wa rrcched ecu
taioing tbe following, which we give to
our reader, with only this explanation :
that we suppose TimmoltnM intended lu
nd It to our cotemnorary around tbe
way. but not having been in tbe country i St. Loul. 8th. It is announced nt Gen.
long, nnd still grieving over hi recent III- I lVtpe' headquarter that a di'patch Im
fortune, be got ti addres of tbe exponent been received which report the bushwhack
ol "true Democracy," wrong. i er in large lore iwar Independence, Mu-
llATnnvn line Poist. 1 I
(Ncre to the Dardaknellc). Feuer-
rary, IB hundred A 6 ty C. J
Tiik KnntTCMtr or moo DrMocor.sY
in J.xsi.v Co.ntv, i.v tiik Stats: or Out
urn Snrs : All-tho lose not Inndividoo
iilly uown too yu, imc sure that yu wil red
derly rekkognise me. a i anaownte msel!
tbe yuoyrat brutber or the most unlimited
dimocrat now x taut i alive, that I too
m, i am tbu kin to Petroleum V. Nhv.
the troo Poster of the church cf the mo !
dipension, awl bi him I we onianed
put a part for the holeee A- mm- appeer
inglee sunkenly cuus: of diuiocrasy. This
no sunt weak, nnteerlor too the nrful slide
that okkurres) In Noo Tersy, when tbe
diisioerasy wo iKrcippertatesi out of ted
State. I wo at that tnemtmibe! time
taking ml cloeeet obeervtuhury in m
church, and devotin ool of mi fallen! ton
ii ply the same to the end of perpetteratin
the grate muz of troodiuiaerMy, that bed
contlnncrtd to be agin IIm sogers who fit
ngin southern diniocr.it the cauz that In
so close akin & nrotud Petrokum' hail,
as well os too ea of the undefined. When ,aton ? Douglas--l'have. your Hxcol
lU nid event nbuv statsd wo c-rweted & ' 0Cy. President-wWn you would look
uun, ii. ure vuumi ui me nuo uupentasion
wo taken abac, I pvrcipperlaWd miielf in
loo uther reguns, & bevring after i wo
aflotc of this plase, whare the troo dimoc
ray wo still arlivc S: cussing nbbcrlision
ists, I hevemn rite on .t wt tolled here
to try & rc!(iierale ml perlitterkal hclth
nhich yit sufer inenk-rly too a kontidera
ble x tent. In konsequtnee ol seem noth
ing but abbcrlislonist in mi travel, as far
as the i could sea, till i got to this Mi or
of Hoc Pint, k hero i dco find Hoc Pint
and roc bottom, which bottom so laltly
fol out in Noo.Iersy. Here i find the
hiest dimocra3y blled down, nnd i llluster
ratc it biltd donn so that n fu drops is
kalkcrlated too bo faytal toocnuy nbbcrlis
ionist who coed be perswaded too tuk it.
As wee did not hev enuffof this kind In
Noo Jertey too put an end too nbberlis
ion talk, .t that is too sa more pintedly
ubberlislon papers, Noo Jersy is ad-ed too
our list of by gone for evir. Mi bart Is
too ful too ea enny more at present, k i
nst here at Hoc Pint.
'1'inxoi.ko.x V. N.inv,
Ialt ordaned Paslur of the church of
the noo dispensasion.
CmcciT Court. J. D. Wiser, vs. Mo-
so Wright, ef uf., illiniscd. Klijib
Chaney, vs. A. H. Powers, judgment for
plaintiff for S5C -15 H. T. Gilbert, w.
I W. Snllins, judgment for plaintiff for
8201 22 August Jacobson, vs Oliver
J. Kvans, ef of., judgment lor pUntiff for
8-170 ftO J. II. Lyon, v., W. A. Osen.
Sheriff. Jury disugmd and was dis
charged Application of Wm. Ililger
to become a citizen of tho United Stalls,
Grained same as to Jurne V Hockley.
H J. Jones, S. Helknap, n .,
judgment for plaintiff fur 81,583 31
P.. 1). Poudrny, vs. J. V. Amennan, dis
missed by agreement of parilw. J.-sy,
Amerman, w. R. D. Foudray, dismissed
by ngreement of parties State of Ore
gon v), Samuel Goheen, verdict not guilty
T. A TEST
' EASTERN DISrATCXI.
Washington. Oth The oration in com-
numeration of the life nml service of
Abraham Lincoln, was in the highest de
cree imprcsUe. The Capitol was chved
to all except Senators, Heprescntutives.
etGcials and cuets holding invitation tick
ets. Preid(iit Johnson was seated in
front of tbe Speaker's desk ; the Chief
Jaiicc and hi n.ociute sut next on hi
flgbt. Tbe diplomatic eorp sat next, nnd
0D the right of the Cabinet. On the
President's left al distiiiguishtd officer or
the nrmy and navy ; next were the Hepre
L-utatlve In Congress. Occupying lent
M either side of the main niste were the
senator. TI diplomatic gallery was
occupied exclusively by familic of the
members of the diplomatic corp , nnd the
other gallerie erc oeeupied by ladiw awl
-entkmen holding ticket. The Murine
Hind discoursed appropriate music, reus
irg when exercise-commenced. All being
in radine, at half ast twelve o'clock.
j Lafayette Foster, Presldnt of the Sen
ate, called the two IIoiivh to order. A
prayer wa effi'rid by Itev. It lloyntoii,
Chaplain of the Hnue. Tlie prwidirg
officer then introiiiteeil Hon. (iccrgc Han
croft, of New York, who delivered tho ora
tion at tlie Clerk' table, occupying two
hours. It was heard with marked atten
tion. At the conclusion, n benediction
was pronounced by llev. It. Gray, Chaplain
of the Senate,
N. V. 11th. The Ilerlln correspondent
of a morning paper siy ; Negotiation
are well advanced between the United
State and the Prussian Government, re
licving German born American citizn
from danger of arrest for military service,
on their return tn their nathe land.
The cattle plague is asimfug an nlnrm
Ing phase in Great Hrltuin. If some
meiire nre not taken to cheek it prog
res at tbe jire-ecK rate of incrcaae. It wil
not require muny nwsk to drain the king
dam of cattle.
Cbieago, 12lh The following I taken
from the lnltlhgmtr't cceouut of the
President's interview with tbe Colored
Delegation on Weilneday the Cih int.
After tbe I'retshient hud exprid a de
sire to do all things iroir nnd just for
ibe Ixnefit of the colored race, he wid :
"If they could find no other Mitse. lie
would be their Misk ; to lead them from a
land where they Ituil been In bondage, to a
land of freedom." He said, turninsr to
i i iru irutjuiui '11111? mhi Jivsrti nn n iimn
I J.! lYin.al.i ll.A ...... t V . .t
' around and sec
u man who had a luice
family, struggling hard upm a posr piece
of land ; you thought a great deal los of
him. linn of your own master. Doughs
-"No." Presldent-"Vcll, I know uch
a the case with a largo majority of you
In those section. When such I the case
we know there i enmity, we know there I
hate. The poor white man, on the other
band, was opposed to the sluve and hi
master ; for the colored man and his mai
ler, combined, and kept him in poverty by
depriving dim of a fair partition In the
labor and productions of the country. The
query comes then : whether those to
races; siiuated as they were before the war,
without preparation, without time for pa
slon and excitement lo he appeased ; und
without time lor the slightest improvement
wheneur one should be turned loose up
on the other; then both thrown together
nttbe ballot box with this enmity and hale
existing between them ; the query arise ;
if then, wo do not commence a war of
races I I think 1 understand this question
Rspecially is this the case when you force
it upon n peoplo without their consent,
Now, where do you begin t for Instance ;
suppose Congret would ass n law author
Izing an election at which all over 21
jtursoruge, without regard to color, shall
be allowed to vote and a majority should
decide that tho elective franchise should
not bo universal; what would you do J
who would settle it f Do you deny that
first great priuciplc of tho'rigbt of the
xople to govern themselves," will you re
sort to arbitrary power nnd say ; majority
uuii receive a slate ol things tbey nre op
poed to!" Douglas-"Tbht wassoid be
fore tbe war." President "I nin talking
about a principle, not about what may
hae been said beforo the war." Douglas
"Apply what jou have said Mr, Presi
dent to South Carolina, for instance "
I ie.ident "Suppose jou co to Ohio; ibnt
does not cbDgo iba principle; each com
munity j to detcrmioo the depository of
It political power ; It is tho fuiidnmciilnl
tenet of my creed, Hint the will nf the
people "hen fairly expressed nt the ballot
box, must bo obeyed, la there nnythlng
wrong In thai T Douglas' A great dcnl
of wrong." President "It is tho people
of the States who must for themselves de
termine tho matter, I don't want to be en
gaged In n work that will commence n wnr
of races. I want to begin the work of
rcpirutiun. I would that It were to that
ull ynu advocate, could liu done In the
twinkling of nt; rye, but It is not In the
nature of thing ; 1 don't numc nr pre
tend lo bo nny wir tlns.ii Providence or
stronger than the laws nf nature1" Dnug-
h "My Impression Is Hint the very thing
your Excellency would nvold can only be
avoided by the very measure wc propose."
President "Is the rimslcr now controlled
in labur? would he not control tho vole?"
Dougln "It tlie negro once umlcrstnnd
that he has n recognized right tn vote nnd
lie will raise tip a party In the Southern
Stntcis nmnng the ponr, who will rnlly with
him there is n conflict thnl yon 8H'nl; of
between the wealthy slaveholder nnd the
poor man." President "Ynu touch the
right point there. There is n conflict nnd
hence I suggest emigration. If the negro
can't gpt employment in the South he lm
it In his power to go whero he can get It."
In pnrtliiL'. tho President said they were
both desirous nf iicconiplisliiug the sniuc
ends, but proposed to do to by different
New York, l.'llli. A large Fenian
meutlng wn licld nt tlie Cooper Institute,
hist evening nddre'sed by Charles Spencer.
II. D. Rilliiin, Geo. Fruuchs Train nnd
A swindle cnncnclcd by tho partner
In a llrokers firm was ncertnined yester
day by it detective upon whern the said
wrttr had developed the duly, nf hunting
up n robbery or 812.000 In U. S. HoihK
The detective found the informant hi own
roblser und he dlgorged.
New York, lllth. The lltratd publih
e n letter from Junrrz, tn n friend in tin
country, wlioswy Unit without the inter
feiruccof tho United States they will be
able to obtain a definite triumph.
Portland, 1-lth. The horso thier Wright,
who broke jail in company with Hush, the
utlegid murderer, ten days since was cap
tures! ubuut ten hum uimvu the U.i-cuili-n.
on Sunday last und the oflicer "elf close
Navigation not yet rc-opencd bet wet ii
Dalles und UniJtillu.
San Friincucu, 1-tth. II. ('. Meidlii-(.
wu fiiHil S-tOO or Inn nioiiiU uiipriMiu
nieut lor itNhlliug (lctyic picinri.
F.ighty tin of opium, wen- rcizil which
Cliiurse merchant hau uttempttd to
smuggle into thi (mrt.
Albert Wjalt wu nrreslid last idaht
for stenlinc islmut S2U0 in Auslrubun Sov-t-reign
nnd SI 00 In Americmi coin.
Tlie Sluinicr Del Norte which urrlved
lost tiiubt bring iiiKirw nf the liw f
Uirk, Miistun-' Imuiid from San Prune kc.
tu Victor io There is u pnw-et itf brink
sleumbiMt iippneition Isetneesi Viclorl.i und
San PriincMco, the t-oiiiing ranii. TIh
milMldy fur uirrymi; ihti inuik betnten
Victur a nnd San I'rniioio.i wus uuard'il
to the Hudson Hsy Co., fur oih- ri-ur ut
tic rate ol Sl.ntlO nieh trip not ! thun
two trip tn be mule in (-noli iii'inth.
TIm-Sisiimsbip Libouchere will be sent
to Sin, Fruiiueii uudor the ub,ily on tin
Kith ilHl.. H-xt Thlireduv
Washiiigtmi. 1 tih. The Haidtrnjit 1M.
L'nt u sevvro blow from Thud. bteei
The radiotil, eha'ge that lln- bill lent!
protection to ili.loyul, ut the i'.wiio ol
In the Seimte; Hrtiwng Hill in nid of lh
Sniitlietu 1'iieilic Huilnnid und 'IVIccrnpl ,
Via Albuiiiii-iiiiii nnd Chinuito Colnruil".
was ninciidrd und favorably u-portcd un by
Washington 1 A. Campbell, of Ohio,
ha I-n nppolntiil Minwur io Mexico.
Wunhiigion. 1.1 Piillurd had an In'er
Viosv wnb the Preident. to-day, tu obtt n
ruiUsinn to publih the Iliclimond I'.s
The fate nf the Hankrupt Dill iu tl e
Hmiic is doubtful,
A'bany, 18. A locsirnnlhf pnssetl over
I he Hudson Hrldge. tu day for the first
Woshinglon, IS. Mr Hnymond prc
entil n petition from J 1 1 Himlturi uinl
1000 other, of New York Cily. praying
for the protection of American iiulutry.
San Fmncisro. 1.1th. Legal Tenders
selling nt 72 .j (3, 72;.
Aclluu tirtlir hlnlr t'tlilrul
Sai.km, February IG1I1, IbCC.
Tho Union Stute Cenlrul Committee
met yesterday. There wna nenrly n full
repreentntlon from the various cnuutk.
The State Convention wu nppointesl lo be
held nt Corval'is, on Thur.day, the 29lh
of March. It i recommended to liold the
County Conventions on Saturday, Marcli
17th. The Union vote of Jure, 18C1, was
adopted as the basis of representation in
the State Convention. The sevcrul coun
ties nro to have one delegate for each 75
voles, and one for each fractional f0 or
lirger proportion of 75. This will gle
120 members in Iho Concntion, six of
whom ore from Jackson, nnd two from
Improvement. Win. Fldlcr, K-q Street
Commissioner, I grading C" street, be
tween I'lyrnale A Uoss'Slablc and this office
a work much needed, as it wa the worst
mud hole In town.
Io Jacksonville at the Cnllid State Mi
tel on the 15tu Instant, by U. S. Hayden
J. V., Mr. KiiwiHD H. Whitk to MU Wi.s
-At I'heenix, February Oils, to tho wire of
r. M, Morgan, neon -bis namo l Lincoln.
-In Jacksonville, February 10tb, to the
wife of N. Langcl, a son.
coking tol'iac TS'l,!,
"Ics who have lW dTw8, K,Mk
tobacco frM from!;; ncy;;MW,
"nic witnc,, assured Ihr1
nt.dnsrotyascl.ernb..'' TfcenriV .. ",'
letter from l)M(0nj,.tt.':llWcal
-mo year, ago, b ,,, a JJ.
ncent in .M...I . , . ' CB'
" "" 'ijeu 10 core totn..i
.. "" urcaumi duu ,,1
that means wa il,n ..... . ' "
MIlelielliNcwMap. We must .y,
I the inn.t comprehensive work of thV.s
and n large nxount ol statl.(lCa 3f0?.
tio.i,...uaJly found only after the aott ,.
borlotis research. The cx.p.Islte Cntih sH
nrtlttlc lauty of lis work cukes Its,
ornament for any center ' table, sna cast
count of Its Intrlf sic value It ifaould Had
place In every dwelling In the Slate. ffe
cordially tecomriid It and call alienlbau
Mr Travr'i ndvertl-ement In another to',
Lriir.ni.RsiiiN.-liirman, the Wlunl,s:d
.Mr. Gillespie, the celebrated IUitj 1
whistle pluyer, will take n Joint bemSi to
night, nt the larpc and commodious Ul
oxer Taylor" I.iu-ry StaMe. An (stirs
new irogramm U prepsrrd lor theeecsiiet.
After the performatiee l over lo nlsbt tti
hall w ill be cleared and music farolited
IUrei Iij- Uirt tnnU . I.uo Uu Us
cmmmii li tUrtrl (mii h KluulknMn-li,-
rtii-t 1. 1. rl-1 1 t t-turatJ t Ik, pj,- !j
,-,inM'it n fit,. ,rr,t,i fihftiK-v
A CARD FOR TIIE
WINTER & SPRING
Cloth i xg Tkade
OF i?AV FRANCISCO.
ItAIH.'HU A: M.)i:l,KR,
Nos. 411. 413 and 415 Battery St.,
Cur .Mi 11 limit, iah I'kiicImo,
Iiuporlii's and AVIiulesnlc
Ktstiic A'fVV (iiil Fresh Stuck.
We would call the ntt'i'tioii of COQtttrT
Merchants 10 our iiiwually uw uk
nt (;ihmI Ourttck cvmpiss evryirt.-est-
In tin- . , . .....
CLOTHING ,V FCH.NIsIIIMi U.m:
Wi base coiilanlly uu baud the lartt
and tufal! arMy f
CAnSIMKUK AND WOOL HATS
if nnv lioiiM- In ftsn rranclsco audi arpr
on l'r thee pmI re . tbau ILCf
nnv hiKiK-, i wsi ri-eeise lit- in dovetfroa
1 he imsiiufaetiHvrV ciMieigament Oarstocl
WINTFH A SPHINU (iOOI'S
I particularly ntlr-n- and th erestfes-lurs-
to the country iiiercliauls is tbe ur.au
nllv low prtee-
Lcss than the cost of Importation I
In the lirv UimmU line which (ioudsweMTS
purclniHs) in thi mark-1 ufcdrllbii;.
iidir.oHiiiig them at Nov '-
""Ve piildWi thi card nordrtlntDf
inakr new aetu...ntauc and iw'
win. bate not htiluliire purwtiateJer "
c II nnd exaunue our took
Cuiisl .ill'li-fc ''" 1,r,eM-
Are the great .w!Vki?U.J
who puiclwK to evil ttisain. '"
Ui or 11. can. mk a gol pniM. ? J
tu their customer ut a low ligure- rr
Whouralv C lothing und IU UJ"
No 411 4!3n.l415llitllW
.. ., ii 'SIS B
ftnn 1 rum ie. v.- -
ARE MOVING UPON
Uetween New State Saloon and I Drfoorj
I VadeV. Jackeonsille, which
Best Cigars and Tobc,
NEW TOYS & NOTIONS
FRESK FRUITS. ETC. KTO.
A URGE STOrK OF riTLEEY
Mr. Kreuzer havlDB purcba i
.ton one door south J "Jw bUc
cull, tho at 7Mj J Af W
fbe "common balfi ostl'
Krniit Havana- AUom
hiw a call-