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THB OREGON SENTINEL.
FOll TUK l-KKSIDENCY IN 1808,
UtYVHSRH S. UUA.NT,
or tni ctirtn statu.
"Well done, Iheit taai and faithful MrtMit;' The o
pie haw rowarda for (vUrloti piinUhment ff traltora.
ron Tin: vion iMtiwinnscv,
D. M. C.OAULT,
Satuiuuy Mousing, .Tunc 0, 180&
The above cut tells the story. It
runt our crow this time. Uic btnto
has probably given irom 1,200 to 1,500
majority for Smith, and wo havo no
thing further to say just nt tins time.
, Tho Kopublican party in thin county
rooms to delight in defeat. When Re
publicans sco an opportunity to demor
alize the Pcmocraoy, ami break up
their organization, they waslo the op
portunity ami go to tho polls boasting
about adherence to principle, ami
scratch the man who has always de
fended their principles, ami vote for an
out and out Democrat, or a man with
out any principles whatever. It has
been demonstrated that under our sys
tem of Government thcro mutt bo po
litical parties, the nearer balanced tiic
better; but there is but little encour
agement in acting with a party that re
fuses to help itself when an opportuni
ty oflbra, nud so many of whom turn
traitor to their own political friends.
Thcro are gentlemen in this county
who have contributed means ami timu
for the advancement of our political
faith ; but they aro very tired of it and
will probably bo very sparing ol their
money in the futue, but will let the Re
publican party learn tho bitterness of
continual defeat, and uaiu some sense
A Govni:xMi:NTTi:M:ni:.u'ii. A bill
lias been introduced in Congress for tho
construction of a Government telegraph
between "Washington and Xcw York.
"SVc hope it will be "parsed and tho ex
periment tried. The working of such
a1 line, in connection with tho post ofll
ccs" would entail but slight additional
expense, and an extremely low tariff
would doubtless defray all costs. II
tho Govcrmcnt is to contiuuo to carry
letters, why should it not also carry tel
egraphic message which, after nil,
uro only letters of a mora important
kind, requiring for their proper trans
mission oven moro secrecy, reliability
and promptness than tho mails ? The
only good reason that can bo urged
against it is, that patronage and politi
cal corruption would thereby be some
wliat increased a very gravo objec
tion, it is true. Hut if .Touches' bill for
making tho appointment to and continu
anbo in subordinate ofllec depend bololy
on ability and chnractercan bo passed,
thcro need bo no fear on this score. S,
The Vam-vnomham Dkmocuacv.
YallandigliaiuV paper says in regard
to tho coming Presidential campaign:
'But of ono thing, in our deliberative
judgment and deep conviction, nil con
cerned may rest assured; and therefore,
" Eastern Conservatives and "War Dcm
ocrats,' and tboir allies in tho West,
may take uotico of it nud govern them
selves accordingly. No platform or
candidato will or can carry Ohio, or
any Western or Border State, that is
committed openly or tacitly, to the
proscription of tho sagacious, callant,
and truly uttrioiio men who refused to
support tie civil war, with all its
evil and litter fruit accumulating now
ovpry diy. Let tho Captain Cuttles
ol the )Vnr Deniooracry and CoiivoDia
tlsm 'unnko a note of it."
EifCOuitAMxn. Among tho orttnh of
politic! matter that took placo on
Monday, there was a small portion of
tho independent ticket saved in tho
general wreck. In tho county, ,Max
Mullcr,1(,tbe candidato for Treasurer
bctktf his Democratic opponent by a
Hn$Jjuajority, Jn tho prcoinot, Banks
was triumphantly elected over Webb
lo tho responsible office of Constable,
boatiug.iho hmulnnd butter candidate
"Irishmen and Germans.
Under the bead of "Irishmen am?
Germans" tho. Jlcvcillc says: "Voto
the straight ticket of tho Democratic
party, which has ever Bhowiiitsoll tho
fiiend of loroign born oitizctis." "Wo
presume that our neighbor rclors to
tho fact that four out of five Demo
crats in Congress voted against giving
a homestead of ono hundred and sixty
acres to every foreign immigrant who
had declared his intention to become
a citir.cn. Ho alludes no doubt, to tho
fostering care of Dcmooraoy over hu
man slavery, that occluded poor whito
labor from a largo portion of our terri
tory. He is thinking of tho opposition
of the Democratic party to tho Pacific
Kailroad that is giving work to bo
many laborors. IIo is calling attcn-
ion to the fact that tho Democracy of
California c.;.7!ctl t,ic '"".H ol l.,,c
Germans with them in u'.? clcct,on hi'
. ... e. . . ''ft
promising to repeal xne ounaay i...
and then backing out. The introduc
tion ot the yellow vermin from China
that is crowding out whito labor on
this coast, was the work of Democracy.
In tho last canvass in California tho
Democratic party went into tho fight
crying "down with Coolie labor," and
promising to take immediate slops to
prevent anymore Chinese immigration.
A majority of tho people of that Stale
were foolish enough to believe that tho
Democratic party was in earnest, and
have Just beheld the gratifying specta
cle oi a Democratic Governor "runnim:"
with Chinamen, just ns yellow and nas
ty as the nastiest ol their countrymen,
and hoping, to uso his own words,
"that our relations witli China would
no fostered by the Government and be
come closer and moro iutimntc." Just
think of it, Democratic fellow-citizens
your great war chiof, that you ex
pected would drivo tho "rat-eating"
scum of tho earth into tho "Pacific"
goes to drinking nud hob-nobbing
with them and wants to get "closer"
to them if possible. Don't you per
ceive how much Democracy has done
for tho poor man ? "Vc Impo you do
for we really cannot.
I Icigh ho! whipped again, but not
subjugated. "We hnvo mot tho enemy
and "caught a tartar." Our defeat re
minds us of n little incident. An ac
quaintance of ours, with more zeal
than discretion, and who had imbihed
iMttmi- fVrtrtl, anoinre n frtttiii'iiti nf T
'"" ;r".0.. ... ; -- . . ,
S. soldiers passing along tho street
the town in which ho lived, concluded j
to "tako them In." Stepping out nsj
permit, no Hoiccica mo largest man lie
could find, ami struck him n vicious
hut iucfl'eciual blow. In nu instant the
ninkH were broken nud our Inuml win
hoverely pounded. IIo escaped from
tho great odds, declaring that ho had I
done his licit, but that it was impossi-t
bio for hun to "lick" tho whole Aiueri-;
can nrmv singio handed.
Thol'uioii party in this Stnto has'
done its best, but tho result has proved
tho impossibility ol nut voting thu I
dregs nud otUcounuga of tho tuhol
armies that havo come hero in over
whelming numbers during the past
four years. Wo ha,vo simply over
matched ourselves, ami uro just as
much right in our political convictions
as wo wcro on the morning oi election
day; but with nil our zeal we cannot
whin tho wholo robel nnny, "Wo hnvo '
seen no Union man who regrets his
YUIU lUT JSilYU l.UUilll, 1111(1 IIOUIJl
thero bo many in Orocou who would
change it to bo with tho victorious
Democracy. Wo beliovo tho Union
party accepts tho situation philosoph
ically, nnd with tho war cry of "Grant
nud Colfax," is willing to meet Democ
Accol'ntkd l'ou. Por fcovoral months
tho Northern papers havo been tolling
about tho immense emigration from
the State, ami concluding that tho ma
jority of thoso leaving wcro Democrats.
Wo begin to think that thcro was somo
inisnprelicnsiou, and that instead oi bo
ing Democrats thoy wcro Union voters
who wero distrusted with tho Demo
cratic Arabs and cut-throats who havo
swollcd tho Dcmocrntio voto of this
Bl"t0 within the Inst lour years,
Nkw Watciiks. Mr. J. Neuboriias
just received an invoico of fino silvor
watches Irom tho factory, at Elu n. Til.
Theso watches aro tho finest specimen
of American workmanship that has yet
boon turned out. Tho National Watch
opmpany was organized and is super
inteii'.ded by men formorlv iu tho nm.
ploy of ibo American Watch Company
of Waltham. Moss. Tho prico of theso
watches in biIvoi cases is from 06 to in
Dami- Stkkkts. Mr. j. A, Curdwell
Jtas built a street sprinkler ni'.'d com
moiiccd ycstorjlay to, shower water
over tho dusty strcots.
Bleu Minus. Wo learn thutMui(rs.
Youdis, Saltmarsh it Co. uro cleaning
Mp fifteen hundred dollars per week
from their claim ul hlei ling,
Lettnr -from . FDweHp',,
"Washington, D. CL )
April 23d, 1808. j"
Knrroit op Sentixki.:
Dear Sir: Your favor Wlrccetaccl,
giving tho reason of the opposition of
tho citizens of JnckBon county, to the
bill now boforo Congress, proposing to
charter n company to construct a Rail
road from Portland to Humboldt, cross
ing the mouutnins in the vicinity of tho,
Klamath Lakes ; and also their opposi
tion to tho proposed wagon road iroiri
lloguo Itivor valley to tho Gooso Lako
country. No great and good menBuro
was over proposed but what boiho (po
litical demagogue opposed it. I know
both of these measures to be practica
ble, good nud useful to tho whole com
munity. I nm in favor ol tho wagon
rond because it is needed, ovon ii the
Railroad was now in operation, and it
will assist in building tho Railroad. I
am in favor of tlioa'silrssi! JromUum-
boitii to noguo River vnllcy,nnd thence
to Portland, oil those grounds:
1 st, That it would prove of tho great
est economy to tho Government in
the transportation of supplies to tho
forts on the Pacific Coast, and from tho
'allies to tho Indian country, East of
the Cascade Mountains'.
2d, That it is tho best route from the
Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean.
ad, It would causo the country to
settle up, nud develop ono of tho rich
est mineral countries on the Pacific
-lth, That it would add to tho Na
fith, That it would tend to subdue
tho Indians and prevent Indian wars.
Oth, That the road is not only de
manded by tho wants of tho Govern
ment, nud essential to the protection ol
settlements East of the Cascade mouu
tnins, in the vicinity ol tho Klamath
and Gooso Lakes, but It would prove
invaluable as a menus of cementing the
whole coast nud tho Atlantic States by
tho mutual intercut ol trade nud com
merce. 7th, It does not interfere with the
construction or grant of laud to tho
Oregon Central Railroad, but it will
assist and insuro tho road to bo con
structed from Portland to San Francis
co, and without something ol tho kind
the present company will not be able
to construct a road through Jackson
and Douglas counties in twenty years.
It will take twenty or twenty-livo mil
lions ol dollar to construct nud stock.
the road, and this sum can't bo rnised
in Oregon. In short I have always
,00 fuvor of inUM-nnl improvements,
and in my judguinont thcro has been
no measure of greater importance, or
of more utility than the proposed Rail
road to thoduvclopmcutof Oregon nud
i,rotn.rin- nf tin. ..itim.-
At nonio other tim'o I will givo my
reasons lor theso opinions,
vrs ..-.. lvll,..f11i..
"rs U)ri wl,ccJ"h
" 1'. Dowm.i..
' . . .
The 1'eoiile's Party.
Dispatches seem to rcmovo all doubt
about thu result in Georgia. If, ns
they state, tho Constitution has been
ratified by nine thousand majority,
ami tho Republicans have elected their
Governor by soven thousand, with n
working majority in both houses of
tho Leuislaturc, tho victory is moro
complete nnd decisive than wo have
dared to hope. Indeed, it is rcniarkn
bio that tho Republicans havo won at
all, iu viow of tho tremendous efibrtH
mado by their opponents nnd tho pow
er which thoso opponents wcro ublo
to wield. If, with all tho wcnlth, tho
land, tho control of labor, tho Stato
and local governments, tho press, tho
telegraph, the churches, nnd reports of
Democratic victories at tho North, to
aid thorn, tho opponents of reconstruc
tion havo nevertheless been so hand-
bomoly beaten, thoro need be. no dopbi
that Georgia will Boon rank ninony tho
most strongly Republican States.
" Many negroes voted tho Cousorva
tivo tickot," boastfully exclaim tho
Democrats. So much tho better, for
every black Consorvativo was balanced
by a whito Radical. Thcro wero a
considerable majority of whito voters
on the registry lists. When tho heavy
negro counties woro heard Irom tho
robols felt euro of success, nnd ovon
claimed tho Stato by 25,000 majority
becauso so largo a number ol negroes
hnd vo'ted tho rebel ticket. Very well
ii iiiuio wcro i-o,uuu colored Conserva
tives', tho result proves (hat thoro were
over :16,000 whitp Radicals. What
becomes ol the "war of races?"
Which, pray which, is the "whito
man's party" Wo ask with iiiioiiso
anxiety. Js good Democrats, wo
could not, bear to iIq id ho ,aiiic
party vitli thc-e bullish, Ignorant nud
to their votes I The very thought is
horrible. Theroforc, wo beg to know
...1.!1. : al. II ...Lit- .....! .,..,..
is tho " whito man's party." If
wiiiuu in tiiu nuiiu mini a muty.
these so-cnlle'd'CqiiscrynfiVes or'Goor
gia afliliato pJlHicajly nvith theso
" brutish " liogrooB, and conscntjto, run
the risk of "sooial equality," ," misce
genation," and all tho rest of 'it, by
going to tho polls with them, how can
any honest ami pure minded Democrat
tako tlie'tnirited hand oY'tho Georgia
Conservative. They must Btand back,
The v whito man'fl parly.'h scorns' to
receive them into fellowship I
Seriously, the division oi the negro
voto is a thiiig most earnestly to bo
desired. It will render both 'parties
willing, to'ncoopt, and resolute to per
petuate a change which might other
wise ho established only after somo
strife. It will compel both parties to
strive fairly and squarely to sccuru the
votes of tho colored people, by giving
them the education frJii'j! will lit them
to voto most intelligently, nud by re
specting their civil and pcrsounl lights.
It will rotnovo a mnin obstacle to tho
growth of tho Republican party among
the whites; for, when neither party is !
tho "white man's party," then tho mass
of the people will bo-ablc to sec that
j tuCl!"MblK-oii Is IlidJoyril man's party,
the frccmnnV pniiy, rtJJ'I the party of'
progressive ideas and men. Therefore,
divide the colored 'votes as mueii ns
you can, Messrs. Conservatives 1 I'or i
every voto that you gnin we shall gain
two. St. T.ati Democrat. (
Coill'OItAT. PlWtrtllJIKNT IN" ScilOOIJI
ALi.TTi.nSTonv. The Boston Tran
script gives tho following in regard to
corporal gunishnicnt in hehools :
For tho present, certainly, wo leave
tho discussion of tho corporal punish-
mcnl'.iuestion in tho bauds of our in-
telligont nnd zealous correspondents; '
merely remarking that the ability to
keep school without resort to the rod,
deponds very much, in our opinion, up -
on tlin tiMiiiioninitnit. tnoL nnd knowl.
.!.. ..I ,i. l .1
v..U ... ...v , v...u .... ,..u ,...,v
ol the master, w c havo Known teneli
ers to do more by mere manner than
we uvor saw by tiny amount of Hog
ging. One dilllculty troubling teach
ers is tho demand for results in tho
way ot instruction, which utmost com
pells them to resort to tho ferule to so-
euro immediate Older nnd good behiiv
lor. Under existing ciruunistnm,c, if
the lice of that weapon is over justifia
ble, it is iu the cuxool'Hinnll ui)eur of
no moral turpitude, nud whero u little
reminder addressed to tho llcnh is need
ful to correct momentary thoughtless
ness, In graver cases, the consiouco,
not tho back or the palm, is to be at
tended to. But to our brief anecdote:
A certain school had been kept, nud
well kopt, too, so far as outward pio-
piiety wns concerned, on the reign of
terror principle, hardening tho boys
whilst threatening their fears. Tho
Committee deposed tho tyrant and
substituted a gentleman of a dill'orcnt
type. He mioii had to deal with a
rough customer. Ho called him up.
The willful youngster immediately step
ped boldly and saucily forward and
stretched out his hand. "Whnt aro
you doing that for?" "To tnko my
iicking." "My boy, I'm not going to
strike you. I never whip lads like you
Sit down horo nt my table and keep
quiet for tho present." The "bad sub-
ject," as ho had always been esteemed,
looked nuiazed, and burst into tears.
Ho was used to blows nt homo and iu
Hut kind words and fiioudly
ticntmout wcro a novelty to him. Ho ,
was prool against Hogging, but not
against kindness. Ho became ono of
the most docile ot pupils. Thu simple
moral of this story would com to be,
that thoso youths gonornlly supposed
to bo ungovornablo Without tho cm.
ploymont of tho rattan, nro just tho
youths to bo dealt with hi a dlllerent ,
A Georgian from nn upper county, !
wiiilo in Atlanta, cncmiuterc.d a man
with a hand oi-lmii covered with lamnn '
cloth. Tho man beenn to turn nnd tho '
buuiivi j-iuuii put, uowu a (pianer, wtiictt
tho othor iiniucdiutoly took up, Down
wcuv,auotliQr, which sharod tio same
fate, and hci another. Tho straugqr,
finding his jiiio getting low, turned to
n bystaudor upd asked, ''lister, what
.., v. .. tjintiu if) imp, iiuynuw f j
Hawkins, whip chopping, tho limbS
from tho top of a tree near Vpnt
Grove, pno day as.V week, lost fa hold,
nnd fell to tl.ogroiul. The axehohad
beon using slipped from his hands n.
no icii, ana lallipg Mpon,i ug Hofco
I I llfll'll'.., l.n I.I t.
YVfir"w mti nave c&cupci
Jeeie ilijury. - Ongnuiun,
Acc.,.,,yr,-A boy named V. lOttotSVKW.&'?m"Vy
that a Mr. l.iiwarci jjempsoy, wno nas
, for boiiio tlmo been living nt Mr.
Brown's near HillBboro, attempted suj
eido on Sunday morning, Ho got up
enrlv in tho morning, took n razor and
went to tho bnru and cut his throat.
The incision was mnde in such a way,
however, that no fntol artery was cut,
Ab described to us, tho razor passed
between the liyoido bono nnd the thy
roid cartilage, leaving only the liga
ments connecting them unsevcrcd. The
Btcrno, liyoido nnd omo liyoido muscles
were nearly Revered on both sides of
tho neck but none of tho more impor
tant blood vessels, were injured. Tho
nihil w'ns foundJlyitip bri tho barn" floor,
by Mr. Brown, some tlireo or four hours
afterwards. IIo had made three gnshcH
in his throat, nnd hnd broken the edge
of his razor, when ho seems to hnvo
abandoned tho ntteniDl. Dr. L. A,
Smith Was immediately called, who
sewed up the wounds and pronounced
t!i6 pati?::t I" n Mv way to recover.
Tho man 'freely and rationally relates
tho whole trnn'aotion, and says that be
had become tired ol life, and still pre
fers to die. Oivgoilian.
A pnm!i'iiiin-tii'AT nf thn Detroit
r?ir,uno-'ite from Gnlesbure. Micln-
',,,, ti10 followimr:
a somcwhnt laughablo incident
occnrrcil at the polls in this village on
tlc day oi election. A Demo-Tat, who
wnt evidently the worso for liquor,
rolled up to n temperance mnn, and
I holding up n ballot
on winch wax
printed rroniiniioii. es,- nam nu,
J That's for Prohibition, alnt it V Yes,'
was the reply. ' It prohibits the d d
nigger from voting, don't it ?' Again
leeoivincr nn nfllrnintivu answer, he
' V t ,' , i -.-... , i-- . , ....;.i i...
stnggered away nwrnrinsr aud cm sing
,, ,j,.0) m)( deposited his ballot
' with thu comfortable conviction that
tho ' nigger' was not to bo his equal."
, -:,,b '" ,llu uIfu "r "'' N Shrovliiry, n
KAin.LIN-ll.irn..m Hie M, lo ll.e wlfo of
, k.i. URiiiiimn, uiiiiiHiiicr,
I t WW-
OF UNPARALLEL PROSPERITY!
.IOLY ,'iB, 4!!0fi.
SK7 ?y :.'-
Tm: uNnnusujNEi) iiKitimv cwvs
lintlco Hint lie h III nho u Grnin INDK
l'i:SHKNOIM)AY IIAI.I, mi tlio ovdIiik or
thu l'i uf Jiiljr next, nt mIiIvIi tlmo lio Iioivi Iu
, renew tho neiiiuiliituiicu of till hti old patron,
I nud form thui or many new one.
I KverythliiK that adil lo tho comfort unil
, cnjoymvnt ol thu gucita will lo prnvldcil.
I. J. WIIITi:, rroprletor.
, Kock Point, Jnno llli, lilfiS, JCIil.
'14 .,,,. ,. WWT.
ll'LHlII OI JUliX I
UNION HOTFL.-liFRHVVIM I1
AI.Fi IAItTlK3 AUK UOKDIALLY
Invited to utiend tho Amilvenary
Hall, nt tlio hIhito numed homo, In
Kcrbyvlllo, Orvgon, on tbo ocnlngof
JULY 'Oil, 1808.,
SSXRfZ ZSTSSk to T0IZ
tbo IiU'rtttUt clouts of July Ud, 18G8.
WrUOOD MUBIC 18 KH0AQEI)-(i
Wil. M. KVANS and QEO. E. LOUAN.
committee of arranqementi
ALKX. WHITE, T. V. FLOYI)
DAVID KKNOALL, II. IIOWLBY.
T.-i i ... t WM.' " L,XDi Proprietor,
Mfby ylllo, June 2d, 18G8, ' jc!,d;
TVT9TI0R ,13 llERKDYqiVBN THAT THE
, 9',"?.' "f tlieAdmlnl.irator of life c.U o
'cUlX ' ' JaC,"'ln8
AH pwm, bvnB dalju uniut mM c.l.to
voUX tVVZ?, ,fti SJi Z
MW county, 0g'on,"W",i
tlcbiid to eatd rloi in V-.m' ..,iM."!l? "
IllllUPlll.ltn ..,.. l r" ".M W UIHRI
v WW, ft s ,, ii
i .' r
.JM"i!a? JKA J3T0H
A Rrml Prrhvli fliyttnn ,njr "More IhrfA Imltof ll.a
ill.es, In tho world wmn mm ncnll Iu fortify th ,,.
tern nfrjtln.t clmncFrt of rllmitto. wcolhf r nntl fim.1. Tim
Rrml ircral of liwllh in In krtp llif cnmlltlm Of tlia Etom
nrh itn14ltil rKAlr nml mi I form; nn llixt clmntin froi
llMt ta(VIl, fmni Dry to IHtmp, rt mnnot li,l Ihg
Hiitrlilntry nf Ihi) ldy, nd brf nd UhnM."
Aotv, It ln firl, iKMltlromid woll-known, Sbnt lbrs.
fw-tifh tnilHitfk ninlnxMnnl Tur llm Hloumcli nn
Tlili tptrrnlM Toiilr In now IHi-il hy nil rln,,., ufijvi.li,
for fifty ymptnnt of n "Stomnrh nut rrrdrr,"
Thp -rcrrt nf It Ii tlilil I'lnntillon lllllrrn n certain
to mrrfft thojiilrni nfllic Stnmnrli, et nil II, iimchlntrr
nl work, nnd c nal'lv II to rctIM nml llirownffilio H'ruUi.
InRdnnitr. Tim trn.lnerit)lir npcMlloni orNnlnri I,
Mwitjri townnl. n nr t nil "lie liIi It r lllllf n,l,anra
nt tlm iiroixr time. Hw lunch norc rciuonatlo,nnil
MntIMn It U to ktlp litr nlnnie wllh n dtuie, f powirAil
Tonto, Innri toriclngo and wtaktii ml dufntiin cAnlKfi
prrM.M wllh al.nnnu ilruj nnd firry MUlurra, whlfh
only tlnpcfy nml pnnt Uic rJl of illicotc nm) lrit)u
Inilioi-innt CprlMcnicB. '
" low modi to jmi, f.rl trrlly Mr tbo
rinnlallun tllttrra linffl MTrUnor Uf"'
litv. W. II. WAOtlONI.il, Mn.lrl.1, N. V,"
Tlii'il will irndmn two liotllot moro of tl,
Ittrr". Mr wlfo lin Ix-rn crrnllr Wnintxll,
Tli) frlptid, At- cinmv, I'lillmlrlplili, p,.-
I lmK i en a grcnt nffrrrr fnmi lr,ip.l.,
nndlmd liinlnniloii prrnrlilng. Tho I'lintnllnn
I1KV. J, . CATnORS, nochctfr, N. T."
I hnto rjltrn tho I'lnnlallon Hitter tit
hiiiidrnit of our illMliloil mldlrn with tlm imit mlnnliri.
0. W, . ANDIIKUS.
SnptrliilMidcnt SnldlrrV llon.o, Clnrlnimltl, 0."J
Thr rhtilnllon lllllrraninkollin wrnl; nlrutijri tlm Ian
ptiM hillllnul, nnd nrorslim.tnl Nnlnrr'n irrrnt rcturtr.
Tin' piildlr mny rnt a.-nrrd Hint In imrnu, will t,
prrfo-tly irf tnri.Uril of llii I'l.AMATIIIN lllTTI.IId
iH-ilriurlnlfniiii, liter Nitllr lnr Ilia fir-clnilln of
onr.lEimlurooiin utrcl pUtrni(rnflnK, nr It rnniiol U
.liiriivrniiiprelrndlMRtOK'll 1 1. NTATI(I.S IIITTI'IIS
III hull! or t'T the ptllon, U n nwlndlar and lnitrr. IU.
wnronf rrflllnl l.iltlr.. Sro tlmt our I'rlvnlp Stamp I,
r.NJirTII.ATi:i liter rtrry rork. '
(itd liv nil llrnrolit, llnirrra nnd Denlrra tlirmnliwit
1. 11. DltAKE, K CO.,
Kcw "a'ttrlt, riole I'rop'r,
Ki:i)IN(JT() JL. CO., .11(1
nntl 118, Pront Street,
AgcnU for California and Nevada.
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ir 1,11,1.8 l.NKTANTI.V,
UlinlUim-nllntly aurprMiiR In h-rnnl liilnlhUnill,
clu I-. Hint imtulllolandiiix Ita In-tuiit ilratli to liurrti. It
Ii lirrfitllr lmriiile.a lo mankind mil doinralle nnlnuil.
Itnuilwlniutlnt or tmtu with Inipiiiiltv, It -.m tl
If.lllliuiO iiftluilirul ill' llupnl, hill klKlubla tlutl It h
i'ui:i: Kituii I'oisov,
.Nn nrlltla liu tnr gUcniucli lai-lllt al.ratlloii Iu lit
rrnnlall.iti la will known. I, rn-lly and rovllly
u-nl llnTll"ivTiaiiwiiir rvli tU.I., Ilewarnuf rutin
l.rfflU. The cviitihie haa Hi .lunlnre i,f H, I.Tftft, mid llir ptl
le. tanili.it lll.M llmxiai Co, Any tlilnr; rhef 11,1,
khi-ianiiiiiilliilliiui ii.iinitiMl. Any ilruml.i will pr.H
riiM llitcniilia-Ifjonln.l.t jmi will liatr nun) .r.
Hold l.y nil irn,-r.. nnd drnlrn v1" II" I'Ml'lit-unit,
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It la n nihnlllnl fid that the )lrlwn Sliiatniig Ultl
limit iwtfuruia nwio curra In ahvrler lime, ou man and
U.ut, tluiinnjr nrtklercrillaariil.
No ronipoiinil Ima mer Lctnlntcntdio iuful auiJafH
riKloua In curing
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SfITT W:K Jlll.VTH, IllllNS,
HllL'IMKS, n.B ACIIK,
Srii MNN, Swku.inos.
1'iu.sii Cits on Woimu
Or aii) other ciuiipIaiiilarriilrln(nejteruaUik-tln,
It la an liull.xnlLluand valuatlo rruaily in all owl
of Spjrln, Splint, lUii(-Uone,Wind (lala,Urulara,Straura,
II tlionlil U kept In ottry bouae, camp, and italla. Ac
cldonta w III ivcur. rruinpllniua la efficacy.
All aeuullld ta Hrat ..! lit .Ii MLailntA .n.r.lM tuM.Ini
tlioalxintnrucf 0, V. Weitlironk.Chtmlatnndtiierrlrata
U. 8. atamp of DK.MAS IIAIINIB k Co. over the top.
All erT.jt I.mUui miul to couutorfult It wllunriiean
alone oUle Utile. Luuk chwelr I
Boldlinll nrinrirtaUaiul tlln limerylcvwn nod ln
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Orm: prTiiKA.C.p.,FoRT I
kukMATi 0o.v., JIny 11 lb, 1C8,
Bcnlcd propoal. blcli mutt be'ln duplicate,
,wlll bo reoclvcd at this offlco until Monday,
Juno 15th. 18G8. for nirpllug 4,37a Iba. or ba
con, nnd 53.477 lbs. of Hour. Tor tbo uio or Ilia
troops at llilBfort.
Tlio. bacon muet ho of r good .marobauUblc
ntinlltr, well cured ond put up Itf pickoRes or
1100 lbs, each, to bo delivered At place or etor
ago on, or beroro the. Slat dy or Julr: 18C8.
Tho Hour muit be or tho beat hrnda, In 60.
or 100 lb. tacka, nnd delivered nt (be roll! or,
Slacoofsloraao, on nr beroro tho Slat day of
uly , 1868 ; tho wholo (articles nnd package!),
to be subject tb Inapcollou t point ot dolivory
luforo bcln received. The bids must alate tbo
price. In coin, per pound at which the artlclo
w III bo furnished. Each proposal .to be In ex
act uccordaneo with the terms or this notloe, sod
Accompanied by n nuaraiitcc of two reaponilbla
p..rtlc, that ihould CQjttract boinwardcd, ood,
,tractor will glvo satisfactory bonds Tor strict
compliance wth tlio terms of qontraot: bidders
roay.lw wcacut V Uio op'oning or tbo Mb. . ,lbc
.United htiles reserves the rluht to rejeqt any
br all bide. Tho expento or this' advoftrwieul
to bo paid byJbp iiQwa(ul bidder. Kuvolopes
to bu niaikcJ, ''I'loiibaiiU 'for Army Subslat-
ence," n nil (q be udtlreitc'Ctl to the uuderaigned t
" ist.Uuit.. hlCftv.rA.C.S.