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EDITORIAL .MISCEI.IjA.N Y,
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'8XWAgTKTrrfemrfLaTMcmrtt6fTa.-i w .v'MMyas3faife'g,ira&BBWffs
'feollth'crn""StSc8 amounts' to ?1'2 6,'OOoJ-
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'"To begin with, tlierp'a the South
Bohjl," say theDeraocratic calculators.
After the .election it will be:, "To end
with, there's the South solid." . , 1 . ..
V1(;jyadji (Hampton ,$ays "the Republic
.caq party, is aartj- of Jjate.?"1 Jf this
Lad been true. Wade Ilamptpn would
xiot.be,alrve;or,in thg Senate -to. .teH'it..
- Tho.. (Republican party is tho only
party really in favor of equal rigUta,
.and exact justicej.the party that never1
rpbs the ballot! box and is opposed tV
sthe. "principles ,for which .Lce.and Jack
son flight for four yeaTs.", (
-'FhoMobilc (Ala!); "Reporter iscbri-i
fiflcnt that' "the "first gun" sounds a.
hww'r boom-for Hancock." The gun
was' loaded Hoo -heavy i Ninety-one
tiWaridDemocratic majority', gained
''counting' -out the Republican vote,
La oaused'a dahgerous jrecoil.
It has been admitted by- Democratic
fo'nfxias that if" the extract frpiu Ilanip-
Ion's speech1 is' accu'rate'it will cost,
'Hancock' thousands' of Votes. As its
accuracy1 has been 'established beyond
.Question,1 thr loss may 'be ' cohsnlereit;
as' recorded.' '
' Tho Democracy are to be congratulat
ed upon .the accession of Gen. Butler
td their ranks. He can give tho same
reason for returning to jbe Democratic
party hich the juobriate individual
Hid 'wb'o' appeared athls own door and
wasnsked by his wife why he came
Lome at'that hour: "Cause, all other
places are shut up.
Tho D.cmqcratic party goes back fifty
years to the days of: Jackson, to find
something to. boast ,pf, and, , goes . back
eight years to find mud. to -fling at the
Republican- party; but when, the Re
publicans parade, .the records of the
Democraticparty during .tbe.past four
years, it moans and snivels, "Oh, don't
rako up tire, past.".
.Two days after, tho Maine election
the Portland. "Standard had, an editor
ial in .which it stated that as Maine
had gone at this election .so goes the
.Union in November." We agree with
you this time,Bro. "Standard." Maine
Lavtugjgono , .Republican on local
issues,,-in which . the public: interest
could .not possibly be rery great, wilf
go largely Republican in "November
ftliere the; issues are. rrationar, .and' in'
which the public interest is greatest
Garfield will be our next President
V-The death' of Dudley Pield on the
7tb.inst.in New York brings before!
the' public the remarkable family to
which he belonged. In a few" days
there-was to have been a joyful re
union at Stockbridge, Mass. At his
funeral ihero was a re-uriion, -but 'how
sad I y- What family in 'the "United
States can ihowraore intellect in a sin
glei generation 'than that which- con
tains Cyrus W. Field, -David Dudley
Field, Rev. Henry M.; Field, of the'
"Evangelist'' and "Judge Stephen J.
Field of tho Supreme Court of the'
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,Thc , Jacksonville "Suu and. Press"
says that Northern .Republican. papers
dqjFJoriga great injustice in classing
Jiur-.v,Jt-lvHio-ipnd, South. II, claims
that-JTlprida hasfthe same bright to be
classed a&p Republican State as Now
Yprk, New Jprsey, Connecticut or In
diana,;and that with reasonable assist
ance from the.Northili maybe counted
upon as -for Garfield. Ther,o. is only
one. thing, says the "Sun; and Press,"
which; tbctRepublicans.of Flprida.have
reasons,to,fear,.and:thatJB that ''frauds
will.prevaili against' an honest, Repub
lican.mojority," , . 4
Our cotemporary has an astonishing'
faculty far drawing comfort 'from-'the
result ofi'the Maine election. In his
issue of the 1711?. he says? ilhe Dem
ocratic tidal wave-' tliatrifill; sweop". the
country this Falfijot it startin Maine
and' is bounding 'onward with fearful
velocity. It will be overwhelming in
November." Exactly so. The "tidal
wave" which elects 3 Republican Con
gressmen, a Republican Governor, a
majority in both houses of the legisla-turthus-wuringrtkerreternrtrRo"
publican as .United States Senator,
meets.'- with oPUr entite. approbation,
And obrrcotcm. is welcome to-all the
.comfort, tliat-.hei can :draw out .of this
result- jWiienit is remembered that
tbese.'auccesses were gained in the face
pf sa unholy .Alliance between Demo
prats and Greenbackers, whosej battle
cry was "anything to, .beatthe Republi
cans," .and when tho. llepublicansvsuc
peed in- wiping out Jhe opposition mat
jority x)f 12,000 ivotes of two years ago
we -think tho Republicans of Maine
have dono remarkably, well, .andlihe
.J'fearfHl)'velocity".of which our- ncigh-i
speakSjV-w.iU . "overwhelm" lusT own.
party, &nd,jpla'ce .James Av;Garfield, in
VhejPresidpntial chair, r Yesneighbor,.
jf.tlieJLordi letsf.us, all. life until "the
evejiing of. the. second day of- Novenii
-.ber'next, the; hundreds -f-JJemocradc;
frpm sea to sea, will.-seo-slip from their
grasp -.thei-many-expected consulships,
cbllectorahips, post .offices, .land offices,
and other, cf at govemment.- i)point-
tnents. oUncle Samuhas.had too isad'
expenencefor the. past eighteen years;
with the crowd Hanging to- the
coat tail .F Hancock ,to 'entrust theur
with the -affairs of his government
Thebbhaviorrof tuislcrowd,.upto this
very -day: . in the' States beyond
Masonian'd Dixon'a .line) .where, th'ej
have 4iiadetheJ5outh solid wby,. tram
pling in.'. the. dust the righls.of Jree-
men, lias, so aigusted: uncle bamuel
that' he .will not favor them for yet'
awhile; The Democracy is. beginning
to look, blue since they ieard from'
ilaino-y' . . .
i.-'gTILL THKY toMLt"''
The State election in Maine which
Idok place on the 13thinstaritiPasV
close race between the combined-Green
back and Democratic ""parties andthc, '
uaiiea xvepuuucau party. J.ne'resuit.
is; now before us and demonstratese.
great vitality of the RepublicaSvparty.-
In order ' to understand the situation
in Maine, a few things jnust be taken
At the Cbngrcsssional election
of 1878 tfie Greenback-party of 'Maine
the candidate1 in the fourth district on
whom the Democratic and Green
backers, consolidated. The'Democr&tic
vote was 20,977. The Republican
total vote was 56,326. The combined
Democratic and Greenback vote, was
68:385. These figures gave the cbm
bmed Democrats and Greenbackers a
majority of 12,069 over the Republi
cans. This jear therg, were but twu
tickets in the new: tne democrats. ana
Greenbackers voting one and' the Re
publicans the Dtber! Thetfckot voted
for by tho Greenback and Democratic
parties .this, year went into the Cam
p'a'ign. with a clean 12,000 majority,
which vas"(no slight vote to overcome,
but overcome it was by tbp sturdy Re
publicans of the Tine Tree State- ,
,The full, returns.of the. election show
up as foljpws: Ij'pr Governor 'Davis
l?$ received 73,416':. Plaisted '(Fu
sion.) .73,000: Scattering 33t: plurali
tv for Davis 416. The Legislature,
is. overwhelmingly Republican, both jui
'7i o ','"'"m . ' ,,' ' -n
publican- TT. S. Senator. But for the
.true test of the stjength pf ( parties' in
Jilaine on national issues, one must look
to. the vote on Congrefsmen. Of the
five Congressmen, the Republicans elect
three. The Republican vote has in-
creasea in every Congressional aistnct
in, the State, aggregating a total in
crease since 1878 of 8,837 votes. Wo
think our Democratic friends were a
little premature .in-celebrating a Dem
pcratio yictory in Maine.
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To Old Friends anH nVtr
tre au-e Itainftd td
xn .. plMM !..
' ' IS t tl w' . :
Wc - spduWyWoitften time
nor effort fto deserve
-r.rrv tTie SUCCCSSZVe . -Jf.
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WBT A MAIMS
' Son; - J. B. "Barker, Democratic;
member of the last Indiana Legislature
from Pike county, who has recently re
renounced Democracy has' 'taken--the
stumpfor 'Garfield, . ' ?
Anthony1 Kt6nW,:: of Elkhart, Indlj
lias lb son's,-all of1 whom will vote for
Garfield. He says they' were intended
for Republicans before they wpre born.
Hon. T. J. Williams, wlio was a
Democratic, member of the Illinois
Legislature from Jefferson county.' in
1877j hasjust declared himself .a Re
publican. - S- -R- Mason, of Mercer, Pa., the
Greenback candidate for Governor in
that State in 1878, .receiving nearly
100,000 votes, has recently come, out
for th'e Republican ticket ' ' '-
The-members-oFthr "Silk' Ribbon
Weavers' Union,'1 of Patterson, New
Jersey, -numbering 1,300 operativesr
have resolved every man of-them to
voto for rarfieTd. and Arthur.
At New Albany,- Ind., the past
week a Garfield :anQ Arthur -club of 15
members- was formed every member
of 'which: has always been aDc'mocrati
So' many prominent Denlocritts there
have come over to the Republicans ias
to cause a panic among the Democracy.
Geo. W. Keightly, who has been
EXPERIENCE IS BETTER THAN
OtfOUBT,- 2AND ' 'FAITH IS
- . "TRIAL. '
WB IIA?&:BUT OXE PRICEf
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FOR CASH ONLY !
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' Mirk'all Goodi In rialn FIzarei,
ASDriLL ORDERS AT THE
SAME LOW PRICES
, FOR WHICH
Wc sell at Our Counters.
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- MRS. JBILGER,
(at tits old stand or johx bilqee,)
CalilfrtHla Slretl, JatkHQTillr,
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..,; .t .PEALER.INi.. ., ,T.
. "V it 1 - f-.i I 'l
Tia, Sheet-Irea, Copper-Ware,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes
I9H3 ' 13U1S Yii3
Oregon Street, Jacksouvnle
WHEKE A JCOMPJ.ETR AND
magnellcient tjdortnjieiit or now jtoo.I
&u Jft bwijej; co; jrtuj- la jjrtof
New" York '"StSre,
tjLl: -u"-" JsT.
prominent in the Democratic party of
Ottawa county,' Ohio, since the Greeky
movement, and has just retired .from
the - office of Democratic Prosecuting
Attorney, has come out for Garfield.
He says hir experience in the war
against rebellion, and the tendency 'of
the Democratic party, can not allow
I him to act with it any longer.
John R.' "Wallace, a' banker.of North
"Manchester, Ind., and for a long time
a leading' Democrat of his township,
and who was, at the time of his with
drawal, a memberof the Hancock Ex
ecutive Committe; ' states that as an
honest man, "he cannot conscientiously
act with the Democracy longer, "and
has joined his' fortunes with the Re
publicans. Col. Roland G. Usher, of Lynn,
Mass., a prominent deader in the "In
dependent" Butler' movement of last'
year, most heartily supports Gen. Gar
field, and says, ''the interests of the
country: are peculiarly and closely iden-
.;A-short tnM'-ago-it'-wu announced" imm WJU1 vae ?uccess 01 T '--
tbatFraticis'E.pinrter, former tfeas-i can par-y mar.., wouia ue-.iKe suiciae-
tu nuijuiv iij' uiiict.
A Los Angeles dispatch of Sept, '16,
.says: u. u-. Barclay; a prominent and
influential Democrat and member of
urer-'of 'the. United States; whose auto
grapn -was' so familiar to all 'who han
dled greenbacks, had declared for 'Han
roclc. -"On'theCth of Sept Mr. Spin
ner was in VasKington on his n;ay
uTheHon. K H. Gove, chairman of
.the" Elaine Greenback State Committee,
Greenback1 candidate for Congress in
the First district in 1878, and Secre
tary of State under" Governor Garcelon,
-has written the following letter:.
BrDDErpnp, Me;, Aug. 26, '80.
Gentlemen of the Greenback State
I hereby surrender my membership
"of your Organization and withdraw.
Hereafter I shall act with the Repub
lican party. No one. can more sincere
ly regret the necessity that compels
this step. The original end sought
through a new' party was currency ro
form; its present aim is "to beat the
Republican party." The first issue
called thousands out; the .second issue
sends tlieru back. Against -the. will
jirid calmer judgment of true meii , tlio
tireless ueniocr&cy have dragged, the
Greenback party to this false position.
I 'find it no -ilonger an independent
organization Its forces,.- as- now di
rected, are. one-.wit& the; '-'Solid South'
o factor in, the. struggle for the Demo
cratic supremacy. Uf.thrs party Ssolon
Chase says: "They now stand upon
lithe' hardest kind of. hard money plat-
iform, and tho Bourbon rule in the
South, where, they have their own way,
is a disgrace to the civilization of any
country." A "Solid South"1 ia the
boast ptthe Northern Democrat; it
shoud be their- shame and confusion.
Itis not a community 6t ideas;- begot
ten., of. free discussion; it. is the har
mony of fear, the unity of terrorism,
cemented in blood. Now we are unit
ed by- fusion "with this criminal and
dangerous Solid South. Thd young
pure blood 'Of the Greenback party, is
to be transferred into the frame.of.this
dying desperado, t can see nothing "to
advancement of Greenback principles
in this alliance, so fraught with nation
al peril. I believe that the interest
and the good of the country are new
served by the defeat of the Democratic
party. That, I may contribute to .that
end in the most immediate manner. I
go'to the Republican party!
I am Yours, ' .
E. H. Gove, Chairman.
OTO STOCK EMBRACES
HATS. CAPS. ETC., hTC,
OUR BOOTS AND SHOES II A.VE NO
equal tor prjce.and durability.. The
ltcd House Kip Bookmen's and boy's. It
has no parallels warranted two genuine
soles. Gllrnan's Standard screw toot is
made of heavy calf, with tap soles, We
also have on -hand every variety of Calf.
Alexis Tics, Broj-ans, and Plow shoes, and
Ladies' and Children's shoes.
;? cr.ATs iao a :
BEST WOSTENHOLM CUTLERY
V - 'powder and fuse, -' "
General assortment of
A" FIRST-OLASS MEOHANIO "VILL
attend to Job-Work with neatness;
and dispatch. ;
I will also keep constantly on hand a
large stock of
LIQUORS AND TOBACOO.
Particular attention paid to Farmers'
-"ants and the supply of extras for Farm.
Machinery, and all information as to such'
articles turnished cheerfully, on applica
tion. No pains will be spared to furnish ourt
customers with the best goods in the mar
ket, in our line, and at lowest prices. -'
Aj-cncy of the PACIFIC RUBBER
PAINT the best in the wrld. ,
Our motto shall bo prompt and fair deal
lug with all. Call and examine our stock
before coins elsewhere. Satisfaction guar
anteed. MRS. J. BILGER.
Jacksonville, Aug. 11. 1880. '. . .
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FACY GOQDS. . j(al
BOOTS A SHOES, .
.SCHOOL BOOKS; t"
HATS AND CAPS,
-., .allk:inds. paints.
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A PI N E
, , .,ATCOST ON ACCOUNT
the Democratic County Committe, has
fioae to'New Yort from Florida, to abJured Democracy, and announce
anftf the camV.ai'gn fbr ftaffield and: himself squarely for "Garfield and Ar
..ji - . h.j: ..,. .i -, . , -, - i ; , thur.. Fromilhe high ".standing pf Mr.
Arthur. And now it is telegraphed ' , .... ." .. - J . ., .
V' h "'- V ' - vi r v 'a i ! Brc'aj'io. the party it is certain .that
- l. i itV11 ""u .ryu'cuulv "" many Northern, Democrats wiJI follow
jn w.as arraict tney naa gof uarnoia jus example.
Cil.VaiV Horn of Missc?uriiays,Thavo ?
talked' with Gen. 'Logan within teii
days; land- bo wasn't, afraid at that
.iijiobut confidentthat 'Garfield had
gt theni." ' , '
The Albanf 'Jpurnal .estimates-
that the :five northrerf counties ofN"ew
Yprk State, will, give atJcaht 17,000'
majority for Garpeld and Arthur,
An interesting statement has' been
compiled at Washin'gtion which ex
hibits in a striking light the promi
nence of ex-rebels in Congress. The
eleven States-hich went into rebellion
have" ninety-five Senators and Repre
sentatives, and of these no less than
seventy-two were prominent in either
the Confederate army or Congress.
There are forty-two Democrats in the
Senate, and nineteen of them were
Identified with the Confederacy, a "ma
jority of them as officers in the rebel
army. There are 146 Democrats in
the House, and fifty-six of them "point
with "pride" to similar records.
The Republicans are awaking in New
Jersey and are putting forth their;
liveliest enorts to insure the State tor
'Garfield and Arthur. The dissension
in the Democratic ranks created by'
the poor nomination made by the, party
forStatq offiicors fan tho flames of Re
tt blican hpp. .,
The United "States1 Government is
jthe strongpst as well as tho freest, in
the world to-day. What was -it at the
close of the, last Democratic, adraipis-
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MANUFACTURER OT, AND DEALER IN
Saddlery and Harness,
ASHLAND, OREGON. -
KEKP3 A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
goods 'in his line of trade.
Ladles', Mens' and ' Boys' Haddlci, a
TEAM, BUGGY AJVJD
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HORSE BLANKETS. .
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Winchester- -Repeat-no Rifles
fcommonlv called Henry Rifles) of
model of 1866, 1873. and 1876.
Pistols, Cartridges, Etc.
Wheat taken at the Highest Market
Rates in Exchange for goods.
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Paints. Oils, Varnish, GI-
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4 etc:. Fro.
I have secured tbe ervlcen of a flrrl-clbi
Mechanic, and am prepared todo all repair
, t .- '
Ing promptly and In -uprrior ityle.
J A CKSOJi'VILLEMOY. 5.
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In fact eTerylbirifr to be round In a Iri
cUfs stoyk o General Merchandise, whlel
will be Fold at prices
That Defy Competition..
The blgbit price allowed ror countrj pro
due. i"Glre tns ft call at 'my rftablihment
in thu Masoulc bulMInjt snd be ennvincrd.
that there Is bo Unnibug' abciul Mlr.V H f J
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Mn.P. P. Pilm.
MU. Ella Prim
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Pnots frora.. i oo
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Sprlne Urercoats ft-oni..,,. l"r.O(h
The Public Invited to In
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Samples wlthinstruetions for
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Visit Our Store Before Purchasing.
PRIM'S MILLINERY STORE!
WETJAyE JUST RECEIVEDAiNEW
stock of poods st onr store, of Kail
and Winter style, as follows: ,
HATS OF ALL STYLES.
Childron'slioods 6c Waists,
Velvets, Zephyrs, Needles.
"7c al.-o keep the celebrated Cchtemcri
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Call and examine belore purchasing
t ,JacksoavllIe,Nor. 2clth, 1879.
r-j-nEDNDER3IGNED T.IKR Pt.KA
L. ure In annonncidg lo the public that
he hapja-t-rem-lradl a complete and firt
cIm Morim(tn of Gint' Knrni'hinc
Good.-.-ncb'ii- nst'n, Soirt-. lTnd,r-rar. le
bet brand of Cigars and' ToWeoo. Ittpe-;.
Notiniif.Fancjr Good. Gla-swarai Orock'er',
Musical uMrumentx. I5irdiCKi-,Stktlonnrry,
I'ocket and Table L'ullcrj,. Xlbann; Toys.
Caiidir. Nnt-.rtc which wllUb! sold at
tin- elu-ap't rates. GWe ran' a call.iul. se
BY JOHN 0ETH, JACKSONVILLE.
E-GLVB JIIM A CALL.-SB
Fluting machines, polishing irons
clothes --ringers, wiro clothes lines
and scrub ing brushes at John Mil.
FAHJiERS JTovr is tho time to or
der vour extras for farm machinery,
Go td Bilger's store and you will get
what you" want.
Suits, worthI 5 for 9, at the New
fN CONNECTION WITH .THE AJIOVJ.
1 I am receivliiRand 'baffZeoti'tantiy
band a fall and flrst:clafp stock nf ' -
DRT-GOODS, OTJU BOOTS, TOBACCO
READY BIADK CLOTIIIXO.
GLASSWARE. CROCKERY; &c.
-ETerlhIr.B sold at rean-nabU rates.
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JaekonTill. Marcb. C, 1878.
TW0ULD MOST KESPECTrtJLI.Y I".
form lh eillienaof Jnckion'HIa sad
th .rlJ it Iiree. tbtt Uer can find. t
anvtlrn... &t mr arewerv. the Stlacr
btrr. In any quintltjr the r""er- sT desire
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sawed to order with dispatch.
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Table Hock, Reptrmbcr 3d, 1670.
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