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D. MaQAULT. - - EDIT0H.
Satumiay lf)nstxn, At'orsr 17, 1R07.
I a Little fitsiory. .an s.tiieni whimi.
It is :i trite proverb that there mo Kxpcrietirc has demonstrated thonb
none so deaf as they that refuse to hear, solute Necessity of an outlet lor the
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wcUii.inMiiotiB'xvinivi f.!tiiftiiMMniii" Tiie pw oi tho Oreffon Jlcrahl is ol the mini- would bo Men for the people ot tins
her, or whether it is so befogged in t lie section to take the initiatory stops.to
Egyptian darkness of Democracy as to f secure it. We think, and few will gum
bu unable to discriminate between say us, that the people- of Southern Or
truth and falsehood, or between dog-' cgon have a right to ask and receive
matical assertion and actual history Government aid for tho construction
We intimated that during the last four ! of a road from this valley to tho west
months of Iluehanan's administration, crn boundary of Idaho that would
tho Constitution was not maintained, throw open the mining region of that
nor the public peace preserved, and the Territory, and nflbrd a market for o:r
Herald denounces the statement as a , surplus produce. Our own mines can-
"Radical perversion," and says that j not last always, and as our country be
the power of the Democracy was over
thrown, and actually ceased with the
November election, 18C0. "Vnsit, jlr.
Poi:ti,ani ArnrsT 11, 1807.
I'm in .InrkMiiiillli' In I'liillnml.
Leaving Jacksonville Wednesday
morning, with Hon. l!ufus3Iallory, 31.
C, and J. Myor, wholesale merchant
of Portland, as travelling companion?,
we had the usual incidents of a stage
ride dust, rough handling by the
stage, cle. Over Hilly Carl's beat we
did not lack for sport, as he drives a
good joko or witieism home with as
much ease and spirit as lie does a rest
ive "four-in-hand." Tho portion of
Jackson and Douglas counties through
which we passed is quite familliar to
our readers. About ten a. m. of the
second day out, we readied Pass Creek,
at the southern base of the Calapooya
mountains. We passed tip this creek,
over a toll road, and took dinner at
the summit which divides the waters
of the L'mpqua and Willamette rivers.
Tho ascent and descent through this
pass is so gradual as to bo search no
ticeable. Though this is a toll road it
is not kept in good repair, as there are
many had mud holes upon it. For a
railroad there can be no better pass
through the mountains, as it would re
quire no heavier grade than from Jack
sonville to Ashland. From the sum
mit the traveler passes immediately in
Traveling down the Coast Fork of
the river, the laud looks fertile, but the
fields are bare All the way down
through this grvnt valley to Snlom,
where we took the bnnt,the farms look
bd. The fences mwd rejwirinp, ami
in some can's rebuilding; tho orchard
are grown tip in weed and the tree
are uiipnuicd, and the apples are infe
rior in ap'warancc to those of liogue
llivcr valley. Jackson enmity fnrms
are much more till rand tlirittv looking
than those of the upper Willamette.
Itnn up to Corvnllis twieen week, even
at the prosont low stage of thowater.
The P. T. Co. deserves great credit for
their indomitable porseveroneo in nav
igating tho Willamette. They have
made great improvements nt Oregon
City and are contemplating still great
er, of which I shall take occasion to
Of Portland and Salem have improved
much within the jwst five year, though
just nt this time trade is dull. The
Northern trade amount to nothing
this summer. Merchant here sy
that the trade is not up there; but I
Mippoxo that other routes are claim
ing the principal part of it if the truth
comes more thickly settled, its capaci
ty for production becomes grantor,
without any adequate facilities for ox-
Jferald.3 We deny it. The judicial changing our commodities for those of
branch of the Government was largely ' others. The miners ol Owyhee want
Democratic, and no journalist who re-1 our flour and bacon ; we, in turn, want
gards the truth dare gainsay the asscr-j the product of their labor. The tui
tion. Had the Southern Democracy vantage of the exchange would be
so chosen, they could have controlled mutual, and Knloru Oregon and Idaho
the Senate by a clear majority of ton would have the additional advantage
during the first year of 3Ir. Lincoln' of direct communication with the coast,
administration, and opposed, by legiti-. There aro two ways to accomplish this
mate means, any measures obnoxious 'desirable end: The first, by a memo
to their party. They chose to do I rial to Conirross.throusrh the State Leg-
otherwise. They preferred the "rule or . islat lire; the second, by direct action
ruin" policy (which will always be the on the part of our Congressional dele-
policy of Democracy) nnd slunk nwav
like pcijured cravens not to support
the Constitution, but to incite the
Southern people to rebellion against it.
Notwithstanding the result ol the
Presidential election of 1H00 was ad-
that party held the reigns of power
firm the day that South Carolina pass-
gation, backed by petition front our
eitiaens. We prefer the latter mode,
for the reason that an appropriation
may be secured at the next session, if
the initiative is taken at an early day;
and becannc this is a matter in which
verse to Democracy, we assort that the people of Southern Oregon arc
more particularly interested than those
of any other jkjiIiuii of the State, and
Do not disturb the public mind a great
danl. Tho negro suffrage question is
agitated slightly; but, for tho mot
part, all regard unlvorsal suffrage as a
foregone conclusion. The pop!o seem
to regard it as practically amounting
to nothing. It is n question with ab
stract justice, right and policy on one
fcide, ttud prejudice on the other.
Is tho excitement which disturbs the
serenity of Portland nt this time. They
havo meetings every night, which are
attended by immense audiences. Dr.
Loryea says ho lost money ontheltev.
3Ir. Karl but will more than mala' it
up on tho Spiritualists.
Till" A.VNl'AI. COXHIIJB.VCi:
Of the y. K. Church has been in ses
sion the tmst week. The appointments
will probably bo announced to-mor-mow.
Tun Fttnr Citoi. It is said that
there is a larger quantity of fruit the
present season, than has been ever be
foro known in this valley. Apple,
peach and plum trees aro fairly bend
in'' under their load, and many trees
will bo partially destroyed in 'conse
quence. Fine apples, peaches, plums,
ujmiwuib, iimi-KuorricH ami watermelons
aro being brought into market, and are
told at very reasonable rates,
Tho Salem JUcleie urge every Dem
ocratic patriot to labor to restore his
lost liberty. One named Ilortnn put
that pretty sentiment into practice, ln
brcaking jail last week in this count v.
Tom. Greenwood, alias Dixie, has
been heard of on the coast. lie sends
word to the people of Jacksonville that
ho will make it hot for them vet.
oil the ordinance of secession to the which can be belter furthered by
moment of Mr. Lincoln' inauguration, their own effort. If any ofourcitiwns
and if they did not, who in the name feel interested in this matter, and will
of Gh1 did y They controlled the Sit- j put 'titions to Congress into circuln
prenio Court ; they controlled the Sen-'tion, they have the assurance of orn
ate nnd tho Presidential chair uns oc- delegation that every effort will be
eiipied by n Democrat. Democrats made to secure Government aid in pros
held every sent in the Cabinet and fill- editing the work. It i idle to urge
ml every office of trust throughout the ' the neeciwitv and advantage of such a
country. How did they "submit the work, when they are o apparent, and
Constitution V The President doehtr- I we will oulv suy t-lmt tl mum, .r
ud that, as an alwtraet principle. sera-, building a substantial and permanent
sion was wrong; but that he could, road, connecting this valley with the
find no warrant in tho Constitution to J Klamath Lake country, and Hustoru
quell the disturbances that had com-( with Western Oregon! is within the
motived in the South, or to protect the : grasp of our people, if they desire it.
property of the Government and the ' . 77- , '
lives of its citir.ens. One Cabinet mil.-1 1 "atihi-ai.-C Iwriotlo Crnmpt4.ii
istor stole the armament of the Gover-! al"1 Mr' Jll',)I1''1. llu twin flashes of
mont to use atrainst it, and also robbed . ki'spermii genius, piombod to give
tho Indian Trust Fund of over fifty ,M0 Imom "I,onK1 ""
millions of dollars. Another "support- '!,"""H.V 'v"""?. 't "' pni.lie tlnl
eel the Constitution" bv resigning and ' ,,ot m,m to "l'l",-," r histrionic
urgiii!.' the people of South Carolina to ' 1,,,,,,rl''' ",,(I ,,,t' """ wns '"'' '
tear themselves from the fiiion and ' Xo,,,'J? I"I. howcu'r, Uiehard in
join the Confederacy. Democratic ' lu'tliwm,!'' 'N"' "ls ( M pni-nmottr.
Senators wrapped their cloaks about j l,VBtw! ,,,,r ,dlow 1",,(,n, "l ,l,tf ,''
them, and insolently turned their baek tv t0 a li,,k' ,,0"u''k' ''"' " wii
on the Senate, declaring that the L'n-1 "ol " ,llc' 1,i"'' uttA IWmh ll,th' u'1,ly
ion was dissolved. Army and Xavv ' "''t tendering of the text a tragedy
ofliotr. of Demornitle 'faith, fo ', "'as ...omentarily expecte.l. 1 ichanl
their honor and their sacred tmths, and "" ln U!M 1rft r. mther, ex
urreudered their commands and their! ? ,K"ntS W,m' '".. llwmtA "l"'
vessels without a strngle. The pub- sla'(') "'""'w' ,0 .'i.livl the
lie property thwuSrliout"tl,o South was I "l.,frt,c la'.Ill'r '' ' ""Hctions
seinl ami aj.plied to tho tue of De-' ,vlt1h !1 m"of WMor- usm" wrotl'
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Alotlmsonli'' Hon id r I iitBtees.
tiui:may 1..VK.MXCI, Af. 15,1807.
The Hoard met at the hour of ad
journment. Present D. Linn, Presi
dent; A. Martin, John Orth and II.
Judge. Absent John S. Love. The
journal of the preceding session was
rand and approved. The committee
on the petition ol Linn, and others, was
not ready to report, and further time
was allowed. The matter relative to
town lands came up, and it was stated
that there were yet ninny occupants of
these land who had not procured their
title deeds, nnd the assessments against
them unpaid; nnd iiniong these claim
ants were some to whom deeds had
been granted and made out, ready for
delivery upon the payment of the as
sessments; there were other occupy
ing lots, who had failed altogether to
apply for deeds, and that a large
number of asssessments upon these lots
were yet due the Town. The Hoard
ordered the Nceordor to report the
number and name of the person to
whom 'deeds had been issued, the num
ber of the lot and name ol persons
Mnxftturor.VHrricil Men. ArnruiTHn UoniintY. A Hurgln-
Utiles, iii.ixims, and directions for the ,-j0llH attempt was made on the piem
instruction and guidance of the vountr I . , j, K ,, Applegate J,
unllairsof ove and courtship have ' " -"' last
I"m" , for wiine venra as "eoininon na Moti.liiy night. 'I he thicNes raised tho
cainuiiiinile," but rule for conduct after window of the room in whii h Mr. Ku.
ntarri'igc are seldom to bo met with. 1 blie slept.ntul in which he kept his
An exchange, however, tints supplies safe, and in so doinir displaced a small
a few which are highly edifying : stick, which, in falling, aroused the
".Maxim 1. Avoid the use ot max- taiuiiy. j strong jacK-Kiuic wns lriv
ims or rules in any lnatninoimii discus
sion. Women are inclinable ol appro
ciating the abstract. '1 has, if you re
mark 'generally t
make a quarrel," y
that "take two to
on will be met with
the illogical reply that "she docs not."
Maxim '.': I lie same may lie said ol
en in to fasten the sash Mini a second
attempt was made, which broke ofl'tho
blade. .The window was then inore
securely fastened, anil the scamps de
camped without any booty.
Tut! Cincrs. Leo it Hyland's Cir-
satire and irony. Women are not cur exhibited in tins place, Inst night
good satirists, inspcech, however inneh to the fullest house that any show has'
they may indulge it in action. They 1mwn fol. ,.. ,mn K f'.
some! line display a crude idea ol irony, ..,,. ..., ... ., . T .,.."'
u,i..t, n. "O v,.s. of cmirsn mu s ics li"li"""l""-,; 1111111 w.uir 1 avilllon
r-n. 1 lt-1 - ''- - -'
are of no consequence," or "Certainly,
my lo.e, you arc always righl, but
being unusually in a palpable passion
nt tlie time, the statement lack that
purely philosophical coolness which
makes irony ell'cctivc.
"Maxim!!, Only a fool ha trouble
with hi mother-in-law or wife' rela
tives. He 1 usually weak enough to
show hi dislike, or oppose them. The
wise man Hatter them unlit ho discov
,i, i,.i ,.,.,.:, .,,,1 .,..,,, ri. i!t 1 or some points 01 uuiereiicc ociweeii
deeds j.ut had not paid the assess-!",' cl" ""' llis Mn l1,arlm'r' ll1;,
nientsTu-the same, and those persons , J'"'i J'1 ;onse, espouse the cause of
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till iLlillliin. ill- infiiii-i t'llb III IIIL'
disturbwl? Did not the Southern ey
presses hear ghastly and eoneliisiveov
tdenee to the contrary V Did not the
shot fired at a Government veel,
while on its errand of mercy, disturb
the public mind until it ran wild with
passion y Hut it is needless to recapit
ulate. So the Democracy supported tho
Constitution! The Democratic party
woro tho custodians of the Government
moment, the doughty Itichaitl advanc
ed ujion the miserable but affectionate
McDonald. She resisted hi impassion
ed but vain entreaties for a "make up"
ki, and told him in tragic tones that
his worthless head should be severed
lVom his IkhIv instauter. This was
more than weak human nature could
bear, and McD., seining the sword that
had so olU'ii pricked Laertes in mimic
and the defenders of tho Constitution ""U'K." wvugnt Me Wooil thirsty
from tho day of tho Presidential elec CI""'1"lU' t0 U,'",s- TI,mv'U,' l'ii
tion to the ilav of Lincoln's accession, thv m'Um""s' w -tn!mMl: "One more
no less resj.oi.Viblo than if that elec ' 1"',,k' ol' wl,Nk.v' !,ml ','"' w,,l! Ill,K'
tion had been in their favor; and their , U'" ,or ,l " l,, w!"8 of ltm''mi tH0
is the greater shame, if they abandon- lovost "10 wn,or lt "ol !" ! any
od their trust when thuv tlm.u.l.t it ! : ,hl,t u's ivfH-shing night in that ho-
danger from an adverse party. When ' t(,1 ,,,t' 1,n,,1',loor JiS w pmforiiKKl ntovoinent is on foot to bridge the Jlos
any journalist attempts to prove that thin the limits of their bed-rooni- j' '""ft . ' t"?hil
the Democratic party was tnio to tho Jtvn ,,,7 nsnin, ami ,M,nh i1M Tlio u'ridgo w UI nro
t. .s.. ....... . .. - . llllfl (rliwfiiokc riiliiil tlin Iiim,. AI....! .... .... . . . ".' HiMlollIC
voiiMuuuon, wiien it was louncl that ' " -.... ..v.... . ...wnuny
tho control of tho Government was I mwv ,ho M!,S" '"ttled out, but the
occupying lots, or fractions of land, who
have failed to apply for title deeds;
also, to report all vacant lots, or frac
tions of land, remaining, lt was the
expression of the Hoard that sufficient
notice had been given, and that these
land matters should be closed.
The Hoard tool: into consideration
the matter of side-walks, and the pro
priety of changing the width from sto
0 feet in front of block No. f, on Ore
gon St. from M.tin St. to the south lim
it, and from Fisher's corner to Jack
sou Creek bridge. A. Martin and II.
Judge were niiiHiiutcd a committee to
examine and report on the same.
There lieitig no further hiisiiio, the
Hoard adjourned to Thursday evening,
August '.'2d, next.
D. LIXN, President.
Look u (tie FliiiMS.
Kemptnber that the public debt
amounts to the above enormous stun,
ami that It wns inciirreil in eniflilng
the Democratic war against the Con
stitution of the United States.
Dou't forget thai Democratic coun
sel to subjugated rebel made it nee
esary to expend this sum lorn milita
ry government in tile South.
Hear in mind that the efforts of De
mocracy to pcrjH'tuatc slavery, cost
the country this sum aiiiiualfy for a
Konieinb.'r, you who groan under
taxation, that while Democracy was
decent, and licfore it took up arms to
ubveit the Government, and denied
the right of the majority to rule, the
okpoiist of the Government woro only
l lie above sum annually.
Hemctuhfr, Democratic bond hold
el's, that if your partv ever iott. into
mwer, your. ImukN will lie valueless, n
tNjilodijml to ivpuudintiou of the
lioiiH'inber, when tho tax gatherer
corny., that vou are paying for demo
cratic music. I'eineinber, working
men, that democratic policy has always
been to degrade labor by making 'it
compete with eooliu labor and slavery.
licmemher that democratic lust for
Kwcr would have destroyed the Gov
ernment, and always sta'nd ready to
prevent, that parly from controlling
the country again.
Otui Fkixow' Hall. Don't forget
that tho members of tho Order of Odd
Fellow's will give n grand party, on
the evening of tho 10th, inst, in the
spacious hall of Viet Shtitz. No pains
are being spared to tnako their gmts
enjoy themselves, and a general invita
tion is extended. The very best mu
sic has been engaged, and a largo at
tendance is expected.
I'lIK Hosl'IIOlllS TO H HlillllilJl),
likely to bo vested in nnothor political
party, or that it did anything to pro-
servo the peace of the country for tho
theatrical pair, although "booked" for
tho north, did not go with it. Their po
tations had been too deep, nnd all of
four montliB nrior to tho aceessin.. ,.f 1 ,ollb lo ,0Uf, 1UI" Wi'o- unavailinjr.
the Hepublican party to power, ho fal-1 1Jl'''"W Sunday, want of cash coinpoll
siliuB lustoiy and iusrtilts tho public. I ed them to keep sobor.nnd on Monday
Wood SAWLvu'laek" P.'vmalo set ' lj,ey "m"X "fj 1Iournc'.v t1,,rouh
1,1. i.,M. c :.i 1... : 0r''go''. to delight tho people with
wood pile belonging ,0 this nllico, Jnst I U'"ir nfc',Mttl nml 1IltclCh""S F'Jorm-
Thursday, and sawed it up in good a,UL'
style. There was a crood deal of pre- 'rim e..i T "'" v ., .'
liminary experimenting, but after Let- . &:'U" 7'!' " ""' y.
tinir thintra 111 satisfaciorv sluii.e tl... "u,l,,i "ot-tno day 01 retribution come.
cord-wood was soon transformed into nn'' "'"" 0II grand sweep hurl these
stove-wood. He is prepared to take 1 traitors from their places of power"
orders for any ainount of wood-sawing,; What a "sweeping" "bust" of elo-
ami dcsiras them w 11 c t 10 streets arc mi , .
Ktillil imrl fhu l...r -..H ..:u. ...i ." 1lK'nco- 'iho fellow ought to bo una
ed from point to point
chimney or in the broom business.
The editor of the Jievltw intimates ' IJ0H'11. ftho Portland JfmiUl, has
t1. T I.I.... , . . I .
. .u4.cs.ac.11 uas suspended htan-l that the fate of tho country is sealed. Mi'u "gg"S "bout a speech a color-
!,i?; JV"1StTnw1ton'5iW'rf'tliofrieiifla Judging from tho result in Tennessee, i, lmiCr '" J"t made inTennessoc.
ft Sj?' Am,'V b , ii;iVBV0 bet" d0 -: Wlmtcolorl. ho Herinh-brown black
1 h ' ingwax. ora black Drown?
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.,.'v" icoi ... luiigiu, aim win rest on
two pillars, quo of tho arches belli"
1,207 feet, anjj the two others 1,020
feet. The cost is estimated at S 1,200,
000. This is 0110 of the natural bar
riers in tho track of the great highways
of the world, which must, sooner or la
ter, yield to the triumphs of modern
engineering. Tho IJosplionts, tho Mis
Mssippi, tho Straits of Dover, tho Isth
mus of Suez and of Panama, tho Alps,
the llocky Mountain and the Sierra
Nevada, are but a lew of the many
great natural barriers to intercommuni
cation and the ready exchange of com
merce, which must 'yield to the skill,
enterprise and industry of man. All
iU mVm1" m' ,mt ''" toward
the fiilllillineut of tho saving of tho
prophet of old, who wrote: "Fvcry
ey sinill he fi (.( . iiil fi v ..,.,..
w!fo the ilutv of lilial obedjencc. tind
!f!Hierwiso soeondiicts himself that she.
if she ha any spirit, i forced to quar
rel with tliein outright. Ho then
gracefully yield to circumstances.
"Maxitn L The wife make thelitis
band' society. "She regulates the vis
iting lists and control the card-basket.
If she doe not like the Mis.-es Simniens,
wlio used to admire you in your ante
nuptial davs, she estops your visits by
not ivturumg theirs, and,' as a gentle
man, you cannot go whero your wife
doe not. It is her friend whom you
niit't cultivate. In this she is despot
ic, iiikI in the present absurd state of
society I see no relief for yon.
"Maxim A. Don't attempt to regu
late your wife's wardrobe. Some wo
men 'cunningly enli-t their htedinnd's
sympathies by nflci-iiiirtoilrc-K to pleas
tliein, to consult their tiiMoi, and so
lend them through a laliyrinlli of folly
and expense. Don't inmirine because
your wife looks well iiisiiiiple.inornintt
dresses and plain calico that she will
eschew silk. Women talk for them
wive, think for their husbands, and
dress for thir enemies. Your wife's
tincst gown is worn as a weapon of de
fence. "Maxim 0. If your children have any
virtue not immediately attributable
to yourself and wife, you will observe
that they on the maternal side. Thie,
baby's sweet disposition is exactly like
an infant sister of your wile whom von
have never seen. 'Adolphu' boniit'ilul
smile is a counterpart of brother Dick's
at a similar age."
Thk Hkaw Gi-.v. Our Governor
made one ol hi telling speeches in
Shasta Cnl,, 011 the fith inst, mid th
t'unrii-r thus oomp'iinciits- him:
Governor Gc irec L Woods, f Ore
gon, was next introduced amid uproar
ion cheers. The Governor spoke for
about two and a half hours, and held the
audience spcll-lMuiud from the com
mencement to the close of his remarks.
Hi speech wa a masterpiece of artru
ment and eloqueiiee, and his ideas and
scntimeiit sunk deep into the hearts
and minds of hi hearers, and cannot
lie eradicated by the miserable subter
fuge nnd shallow cant of the Copper
heads. The propositions ami artru
ment advanced by the Governor are
iinansweraDie, and wo regard him as
being more than a match for all the
Democrat ie stumper in the State.
We predict that thtir only style of as
sault on tiovernor Wood will be in
the way of misrepresentation, subter
fuge and blackguardism. Thev caiiin.t
answer his arguments. Darin" hi
speech tho Governor was fropuentlv
graded with prolonged applause, anil
when ho closed, with an eloquent an
poal in behalf of the Union party nnd
its undying principles, cheer after cheer
went up from the audience, and iln
earnest enthusiasm ol the people show
ed their deep sympathy for the cause
n which all patriotic men dcliht.
was rammed and jammed, and iainmed
again, with people, intent on gettiin
their "money's worth" of "soitnit" at
the ring. Snine portions of the enter
tainment were tedious, but the most of
the performance were watched with
interest. ltyliiniL. the Lee family, and
Freiniero Fquestrionno sustained thtir
former reputation, in their respective
lines. As for Mr. Kennedy, wo did
not fall in "love with him at sight."
lie is better nt laughing than nt mak
ing nn audience laugh. The perform
mice was chaste, and our urentest ob
jection was that the entertainment
umtu too tony.
"A HhtoK.Mr. S. M. Hobison, of
Eden Precinct, almost threw us into
convulsions this morning, by chnrgiii"
into our oflice with n pail of flue peach
es in one hand and the price of a year's
subscription to the Sk.stixi:i. fn the
other, but by n gentle application of
the "lucre'' to the palm ol our hand, wo
were soon restored. Figuratively
speaking, Mr. liohison, wo "cat your
health" in those peaches.
Go.ipCi.uan lTt. Messrs. Saltmnrsh
nnd Volutin, of Sterliugville, cleaned
up their ground sluico on Thursday,
and renliied over 81,100,00. This pay
was the lesiilt of about two months
run for thiee hands. They are said to
have one of the best claims in Southern
HitUK. Mr. I'ehcly has just burned
a kiln of good, sound brick, which will
be ready for delivery 011 Tuesday next.
i a 11 11 I I' II.
SIVI'ltlXS-llill'SKIl- In .Wl-mlll,., Ai.ml lllli.
M Ik I'hIIihI mmm It.Mi-l. I.v llii. I. I'. I'.l.u, .Mr. IS.
SlM4lH. lo Ml.. I .Mltri- lllUMT.
Ninil'Klslll.niMlY CilVIlN 11IATTIIK
iiii1'IIkhu1 tuts. Ib 111 ilnlj rppi. I11I1 il l.y
l'n' I'imIkiii' I'uiiiI. nr JhcKiii I'minlv. Ailmlti
slnilnr nf III" Mile nt Jniiirr V .Sniml. ilu-bisi-mI.
liili of Jitokxi'tCoiiuly .S'lnii'i.f (In cin.
All i'lMiii IntViiir I'liilnis uiiln-l nilil a-rtulc
iiri'lertliy iiiiilllil In iir"inl tin- snine. (Inly
virlllwl n riiilr'it li.v imv. IIh-i.i.iI iskiii1
ill lil ii-mil 110". In Jui'loimrilli'. In hi i rimuly
nml Sluli-, hlilu siv inimlli frmn ilu il.lu
l")"" W 0.f'.n.r. .lmr.
Aiuti-t 12 si;T, h-,I7u-I
f. dminiatratoji'o IMotico.
XT'Hli'KIs lli:i(l.V (.IVi.N 11.i nn;
ii iim. r-ii;ii"il hii-li oi'lnlv it-inilnliil In do
I'mlml" ("iiint. fur lli"'u.iily o Jiifknin.iiilr
l icui'ii. Ailiiiliii.lrslnr nf H.i' I'-lnif or Imio
S'rickUiul (loiiH'O, lut nl Jiifli-uii county
Mali nf (Iivkoii.
All tsifoiis Imvliij: rliiliii nsnhi't nMiint
hiv IihiIi niillllxl in iiri.t'in llii' Mini", iluly
v.-rllkil. ms i usil liv inw Kiiii'iiiiili'iiil)iii.(f,
ni IiIk r.'Mik'iiiv. In JiirltHiiivlllf, In mid county
nml glulu. ulihli. six miintlin I inn Ilu- ilulo
Imri'iif. w 0. T'VAL'LT AilinV.
AiiKiot I.V ISC7. ii'-l'tvl
Tho Carson (Xov.) A)md nominates
mi and lull hht.lt bo brought low;
ml tho crooked shall be made straight,
nd the rough ways smoothed." Yur-
iiy, wo tivo in an age of progress,-.
Jlnhiff ami Muit!ji, Press.
, ..Vi.!!" w,s' "" u'7 '' Omunkt Panriv
cl"o ' 8mCry mwl- 6mi I'',tt-
Senator Villiains of Oregon, for tl
Vice Presidency, romarkiiiirnu rnlln,.-
")'?. 1j"VV0,,t h ,l part of history that
N illiams is the originator of the". Mili
tary I construct ion Act, and that to
jus excellent qualities as a law maker,
is the country indebted for tho Tenure
ol Olhco Hill. Those laws aro tho
work of a thorough statesmana man
.i v-u.i qiivueiision ana in-oad scopo ol
thought And, sinco tho American
eoj .0 nave nccn taught tho lesson that
tho ico Presidency is not a mere do
coy to catch doubtful votes with l,t
a position which stands but ono frail
lile s remove from ourdearcst interests,
none but tho best quality 0f limtei.in,'
will ever henceforlh be used to fill it
with. Of this sort we believe Senator
illinui to be. Wo come to this con
elusion from some personal knowledo
of the man and a somewhat enroflilut.
tcntion to his career as a Senator.
Tiik Editor of the Jleoltw ilonmnt.
?. . llt,''7' ""noeratlo candidato
for U e Presi.feney. n0 ),.,8 b
nn.muig the rebel soldiers thro ,," I, a
looking glass, a.uUinds they wonH do"
MOIIK FltllT. 'I'llia 1'S .... ,
oblations to hoo-ftrk"aUni3co
lit of apples and pears,
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES,
Tlirousli from ('mrrnt lily In llirtr clays.
qiii-: us-DKitsinxi:!) iiavi: made siren
1 uiriiiii'iiii-ni. 1 ha 1 ilii-y ure I'liulil' l tn cur
ry fri-iglit Iroin Cruscfiit City to JaeUuuvlllo
lit tlirvu Jayi, ut tea cents tier ihmiihI.
JuuUoonvIlle, July si, i(j(i7, jytlvvl
D K . 1-1 U VIZ L A'N D S
SWISS STOMACH BITTERS!
Tim Iwat I'nrlHvrof th Ulowl!
A I'lmMiit Tmilo!
A iiff AgHHMilillrliikl
Uu.iiruw.l fomrtliiK mrrljr lull Rfiitly on
Hi. MHrrllmia vt lliv klJufy, bufl,
1'ur uile ill nil Kluilf.nln and rt-ull llijuor,
ilrutf aiiiI grurrrjr lur.
T R Y
NOBODY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT I
J.O. I'nirii. I'roi.rli'lvr.
TAVLOU llKNIlia, 8..U Atil,
Jel5-ly i.nu, 413, t'Uy SI, tin I'rmiclMO.
The JJest Iteiiiedv lor Puilfviii
tliu Mood, tjtri'Hutbt.iliig tbe Nerves, Kuterfus
tut Lost A)ietlte,l8
FHESU'S HAMIlL'nG TEA.
Illsllio best presurvatlve nRsluttnl moit any
sickiiefc, ir used timely. Composed of herbs
only, It can bo j-Ivcii mfcly to Iniaiiti. Full di
rection In VujtlUb, Freiicli, pai.Isli aud Ger
man, wild every puckuge. TltV IT I
For salo at nil tbe wholesale uad retail drug
tloies uiul Kroci'rle.
OIL FKESB. Wbolcsalo Druggist,
Solu Ageut, -HO Clay street,
1'iyHyl San Fianclsco.
Aueiits Al'iiuieil In every county In tlio
1 aciilc Siiiii-s. in cuiir.is't lor I wo new nnd Im
pnilniiSUioiti'ox WOlllvS. Apply nt
oiico to luusiiufilptlnu ili'pitrtnii'iit of
II. JI.UANCKOKT. iVCO.,
Iliwillhi'lliiti X' liililliilii.r.
Jy27in3-lu su Fruiioltco. Cut.
MuiTingt) nml Celiljary, nn ICsfny
of Warning nnd liiliiicl!ou for yonnj? iiirn.
Alfo, Dl'in-us uiul Ai'ilos wble.li prnslralu tbo
vital poui-rs with sino menus of relief. Sea
free of charge In scaled letter envelopes. Ad
dress Dn. J. SKILLIN IlOUGUTONi Howard
AnoclatloUtPhlla-Jelpbls, Pa. ect"0-ly