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U. S. CRAriT.
Fr TIM 'PreaArW-nl,
II. Urnrhaia, offmalilU Comity.
U. Unix-, of Washington County.
, ts.txlc) , ol Douta Oun'.y.
ukx. ;kant vkivh-i.ks:
"I woiil'l oiiin up the policy of the A'lmlnls
rauon to is thorough enlor5tiienl of every
laiv ; a litljinl .-ollwUon of Die I x pmvlileil
ior ; e'oiioinv in the UisbnrMKeni of ilie
Minie. aua a prouijit Kiynie4it of ih ileirt of
the nation; a reUikUon iif. la.vesas ra (! as
Hie nijiiiniieit of Uf. .-oiuurv uill aUuit;
reouoiion ot lavation ami tanJfto tiesoar
iraiureil 1 to atloiil tie ftrealen relief lo the
reat't uutniier: li"iiel auj lair le!ins
wuli all -oilier 'ojiU', to tne enu tii war, j
witli all its hlliitiii citHniU"iies iiia- Is.' j
avoMetl, wnliolit surjeii-li.-nu; n ritrlil orob- :
liirilion line to the J'mteit Muu-s; a refonu in !
the treatment of (i;e iuilian-s ami Die whole
.ivil ntvj.t of I Ik- .'ouniry ; ii'L Dually, in
MViiriiut a pure, imtr.iuiujeileil liallot, where
tvervuian emit lea U east a vouimay lo so i
jiit oik.t at eiuMi ele. uon. wiinxiii ie;ir oi mi-
lestion or pro-.-ri.pUon on X"i
j.-al lai.li, nativity or color.'1
. OUllt lit IU IKillt-
L". S. liKANT.
National Republican Platform
AISH'TIJI MV TIIK NATIONAL llEri'llLIC'AN
ioNVKNTUjN AT flIII-All.LI'ULt. JIMK
The ltepiibliean party of tlu- l'nite'1 JStates
neuilli.l in .Nauoual Convention in the rily
of Pluia lelplu.-i. on tiie .jtii aisl f:h flay of
.Iiine, uain 'leclare Its fail ami ap-
iea!- to ft bii'iry a nl jnnouib-.e its poiiioii
ll I n u the iiuesiioiis Infore Uie-oiiiiirv.
Fir.-t- Imii'jiiv; eleveu years of suprein;uv
it has a,'',rpu.'! t.ith ki'u1 courage tin? sol
enin ilutics of the lime, it sitpprefseil a K1
i ut lu-rebellion: eiM.tik'jtiate14,uiiU.Uiili slaves;
tie.-r.-e-l ilu- eijual .'iii.eiislijpol allaml etalH
hshe 1 universal unifrajte. tiliilMlimr unii
jilleiel wipiaiiimity, it eriiuliially punKheil
no man for polin. al oUenses, ami warmly
wel.-ome'i all wbo proreU their loyally by
.!;iiif; I lie laws aul dealing justly Willi their
tieilL'hlHirs. ll has Meaibly ile.-reaeiL, nh a
llnu haii'l, the re-uiiaiit ilisoi'lers of a L'ivat
war. and iniiiatel a w.e poli.-.y towanl the
Imlians. 'J'lie Pa. iil.- ltailroaii, anil similar
vast enterprises have been geiieroti-lv anleil
nn I sii.ve.fiillv o'liilucteil. The public lamia
are t'reelv Kiveii loa.-iiiai settlers; iuiinu.'ra
iion is pro'.eotivl, eiicounie'l. ami Hie lull
avknowie-Uement of ilMiunLuraiizeil ciiieu's
rights lia-been .sucilrvi Irmu liiiroS'an powers
T4ie iiatioiiaU-urriMu y liasiNiproveiliuregula
tiou ami the national ere lit has lieen susiain-
un'ler extrs'irilinaiy bunlens anil new
bowls have In.-i ii neoiiate"! at lower rales.
The revenues have lieen carefully colltvteil
jiinl hue.-llvapp;ie"l. Hesitetheaiiiiiial lar.'e
re hi.-Hons from the rales of tauiion the pul
lic ilebl lias lieen riluce'l ilurinz irintS
ie-j lei.-v at the rate of one bunilrtxl nilll
ioiiiloliars r year. A )?reat II nancial crisis
lias been avoi.livl ami isa..e ami jileniy pie
vall throuiiliout the laml. .Metiariiin foreign
ihlUciillies have lh.ert pe:i-elully ami honora
bly compromise'1., ami the honor ami power
ol'the nation has beili kept bih throughout
thewirM. Tiiis loijous risroril of the past
is lue jmrtv's liest pleilue for the future. We
Uflleve-the jteoplo will not intrust the tiov--f!it
to anv iai'ty or i-ouilimatioii of men com
jsiseM of tin ! whoi-hielly have resisuslevery
step in Hum benelicial iincress.
e -oii'l roniplele liWiy ami exact eipiaii
y in tlai enjovmeiit of all civil, litl.-al ami
public rights shoulil lie e'luhlisheil niel elbvt
iially maiiitainel throughout the I'nion, by
Mll. jenl ami appropriate Siate ami Fe leral
legislation. Neiiher t lie law or its a'lmlBi
tration siioiil'l aMnut oi any discrimination In
respect to elturiis. by reason of race, e recti,
olor, or i'Vlo:is coiulition of servitude.
Thinl The recent amemlmeDls to Hie Na
tional ('onstliutlon shoiihl In? cordially sus
fuiueiL. he -au-e they are rbtht ; not inereiy
loleialed becau-e they are law ; and should
lie carried nut a.'corthiiit to their srlt by ai-
pro)iii.ite lej-1-lation. theenlorcfiuent oi wiu. ti
can lie gaiety trusted only :o Hie party that
,e.-i!rei tiie aiiwiidments.
Kourlb Tlss National (Jovernnjnnt should
seek Ui maintain an honorable ia.e w ith all
Jialioasprotivlius lts,;ittzeiisevery whrreantf
NvinjKillitzliiK w iih all luojilo who strive for
Kifih -Am oysleiu of i Ivil service under
whi. lithe snlsirduiate jio-ltioits of the tinv
.iTiimtrnt are eou-idersl as rewards for mere
partv zeal, is ta'ally dem iralltiUB, and we
ther.ifore favor a relorm of the ryrtem by
laws wliic.h snail alKi!ih the evils of jiairon
a"e and taake honestv, elllcieucv and lidellly
'sMutial inialiil. alloiis tor public luxation,
without practically creating a Uiu tenure ot
mmIi -We are opposed to further jrraiits of
the public lands to ,-oriH.rations aud lmuioie
-dies, and demand that the national lomain
shall be set aiarl for the free use of the eo-
.Serentb -The annual rerenue. af.er inlying
the current eXsmUtures should furnish a
moderate tialiinoe for I he reduction of tie- prin
elual ol'thi' 'lebt; undreveuue,exceits) much
its may lie. received from a tax on tobacco and
iiouors oiijilil to Is' raised bydiuli-s on im
iMirunt'ins. thes.-aleof which should Is s
?.,iin.i..d as to aid In se.-.urins remunerative
waesto lah irers and to promote Hie in lus-
tries. ffrowiii ano pn'-j.iu.v ui toe mwic
hinhih -We h ild In uixlyiiip; honor the sol
diers and Bailors whoso valor saved the I'n
ion. Their jienslons are a sacre I debt of the
na'ion, ami the widows and m pliaus ol those
who died fr theircountry arc entitled to the
care of the -iovernment and the jtra ilude of
the people. We fnvor such additional lej;i-!a-tiiin
as will extend the bounty of the liovern
inenl to all our soliliers and sailors who were
honorablv licharued. awl w ho in time of du
ty became disabled, without reisixd t the
lenir'b ot their service or tie cause ul suchdis-
Moth -Tla; dortHne of (ireat Itr'.tain and
other Kitro-ar. Powers concerivtii) alle
ance "once a subject always a suliiect," bav
ins at last,iliroiij.-li the ellort.s of the iiepulili
.an party, been aliamlosicd, and Hm Ameri
can l.ie.i"ot' the r.iirlit or The tmlividsal to trans
fer ins alleiam bavin;; lieen a.veited by the
Kuroiean nations il Is lliediityof onrHov
erniacut to znard n i h jealous care the rights
iif adopted citizens a;.'iiiist tin assuniptJons ol
unuathorize 1 c'alius by their former -rovern-itnimt-s;
and we urp.' the continued ami care
iul eiicoiinuenieut and protection of volunta
"Tenlll 'f he fi"ankinf privilege nurht to lie
abollshe'l and a stay preparedlor a redaction
In Hie rates of post aite.
K!erenlli Annjig the i)U(t ions which presf
for aitenuon is thai, wbicti concerns the rela
tion of capital and labor, and Hie liepubtictin
pirtv re.-oitnizes thi'dmy of so shapiiu,- ie-iis-lntion
as to secure full protection and an am
ple lield for capital, and for lalsr, w hi. li cre-a'e-
tor capital Hie largest opiiitunllies aud
,i just shan-of mutual proilts i" those two
"ral st'i'ants ol Virilization.
Twellth--We h"ll thai rnncress and the
President have oniv Iwlllllel an iiiierlam
duty In their measure for the suppres-ion ol
violent and irea.soiiable organizations in r
t iin of ihe latelv n'bclhoiin regions, and ior
ttie prote.-.'ioii o'r Ilie li.iliol iox; and, Ihere
fore they are entitle I to the thanks ef the u;e
tioii. ,' , ., .
Thirieti!b We denounce repudiation ol
he naliooal delH. In any l-in or lisiul-s. a.-a
imtional crinn. We w itiss with pu le the
rishiction of the principal ot the ilebt and ol
the rattst imterest Usmtlie IsilaiM-, and we
conttiU-nllv epis-t that ourexcelleut national
curreik-y will be perlectcd by Hie specsly re
flimHio'n of f-pe.-le payment.
t'oniieoth -Tlx; l!eiulillcap party LsminnV
fitlnf iu-ollijr.itloninibe loal wcrrer.cf Amer
ica for tlnar noble devotior. to the cause ol
freedom. Their alnilssion to iisef.lll.ess is
received with satisfaction, and the hooest de
mands of am' class of citizens for additional
rial Is should be tre:Ud with respectful con-
Kifteenlli We heartily approwt of the ac
tion of I'mortress In relation to tke relielllous
isiates. aim rejoice in tne u row in tit peace ami
fraternal feeiiim thronithout the land.
SixteenHi-Tlio Hepublicar party jiroposes
to res"ct the rights reserved by the people to
themsdvesas earefnlly as the powers ilelfv
mieilliv them to the Mate and Territorial
roverniuenls. It iBsapjiroves of any resort to
unconstitutional lawn tor the purpose of re
moviniz evils bv inlerferenc with rights not
iiirrindcris bv the peiple to either the State
tir the . anona i wove nament.
Seventeenth It Is the duty of the General
Government toa bu.it stv-h "measures as will
tend to encourage American commerce and
shin bui Idi inr.
Eighteenth -We beHere ttiat the mnrlest
natriotism. the earnestness of nurrsise. sound
jtidjjment, practical wisdun, incorniptltile In-lem-ity.
anil illusirimw services of U.S.timnt.
havecommen'le'Hilm to the heart of the Amer
ican iieople, ana thin witn mm at our head we
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lKA T, MlllltZ, n.f:ASAT.
Sclmr, in his St. I.ouis skv1i said
lhat he had received propositions from
President Grant, offering him otlicial
patronage in icturii for his aid in the
Santo lAuningo sclienie. The state
ment was promptly denied by the
President. aVd Schurz was invited to
prixhice the testimony. The latter
slid lie could produce a letter from
Geji. i'leasanton. to him, Schiir,; in
which the proof would 1h? found. In
another subsequent speech, Schurz pro
duced Pleasauton's letter, and this was
supplemented by a public letter from !
Pleasaiitou. Hoth ot these as they j
were nianipidateil. atuotintod to only a '
color of proof. The prf consi-ted J
merely in Pleasauton's recollection of j
a conversation lie had with the I'resi- j
dent his (iniirfmsiun being that the
President intended him to propose j
patmnage to Schurz. This matter as i
"fixed tip' by Schurz and Pleasatitoti, j
was telegraphed all over the country, j
anil was seized and commented upon I
hy the "Slum'' newspapers as having I
convicted President ('rautftalsehood. j
We find in the N. Y. Tribune of I
.Inly 24th. this same letter of Pleasan- j
ton's to Schurz the Tribune does not j
connect Pleasanton s name with it ;
hut tlie expressions are the same, and
tlie matter is so referred to as to leave
no doubt of tlie iudeutity ol the. writer
quoted in the Tribune, and by Schurz.
The following is the letter without
date or signature :
" Regarding the conversation you
refer to in your note. 1 remember it
was with tin knowledge and consent
and after I had a conversation with
him (the President) that I (Milled upon
you and had the conversation you
spoke of. My impression at this time
is, that the President desired your
support forhisSanto iKuningo scheme,
and wished to lie on such terms with
you that your support could be oli
tained. I do not now remember any
particular language used at my inter
view with the President, and would
not hnztird doing him an injustice by
attempting to tjuote from memory,
but tlie impression made upon my
mind bv the interview was fixed and
This is the kind of proof hy which
Schurz proposes to tlx Uiou the Presi
dent the charge of offering a quasi
bribe! Pleasanton says that his "im
pression " was distinct that the Presi
dent authorized him to make the offer
to Schurz, and yet he does not now
reniemlier any particular language
used'" at his interview with tlie Presi
dent ! A nice witness, is Pleasanton.
The whole matteY bears upon its own
face, tin; impress of falsehood.
In lstil, Horace Gn-elcy said :
"The. Democratic partv ot to-dav is
simply the Rebellion seeking to achieve
its essential purpo-es within and
through die I'nion. A victory which
does not enable it to put its feet on the
necks oft he Mack nice seems to the
bulk of it adherents not worth having.
Its heart is just where it was when it
regarded Slavery and the Constitution
as two names tor one thing. It hates'
the ( ieiK-rals who led the Union Ar
mies to Victor v. and rarelv misses a
chance to disparage them. It clings
to tliat exaggerated notion of State
Rights which makes them tin; shield of
all ni.i nner of wrongs and abuses. It
takes counsc-l of its hates even more
than of its aspirations, and will be
satistie! with no triumph that does not
result in the expulsion of all active,
earnest Republicans from the Smth."
It seems to us that it- would be diffi
cult to better describe the Democratic.
situation of 1872, or to more truthfully
state the aims and ambition which ani
mate it. It is undeniable, that, in the
desperate experiment by which it now
seeks to grasps its long-lost hold upon
power, it has turned its back upon
every principle it ever advocated.
Judged by the rightful estimate which
the world will put upon its present
conduct, let us ask what right has any
man to expect tliat, if it succeeds it
will not be equally treacherous to it3
present declarations, and straightway
proceed to undo all that the Union-Republican
party lias accomplished dur
ing the last twelve years?
Among tlie sharpest utterances of
the campaign is one contained in a
letter Irom J. G. Blaine to Senator
Sunnier, of which the telegraph gives
us a synopsis. Mr. Blaino assures the
pompous Senator tliat his power to in
jure Gen. Grant was exlausted In his
remarkable speech in the Senate ; tliat
his power to injure himself was not
fully exercised till he announced him
self iii open alliance with tlie southern
secessionists in tlieir efforts to destroy
tlie Republican party ; and tliat the
colored race not forgetting his services
to them in the past, will iilso not for
get Iww he, heated and blinded by
hatred of one man, turned his back
The latest news indicates that North
Carolina has gone Republican by
about 2,000 majority. The Leg
islature is strongly Democratic.
One dispatch to the Sacramento Union,
says the Democratic majority on joint
ballot will be forty.
m . a -.w mm mm
HE lititiii: UK M-XI it;l:TH!
We mi-Ait J- V. .bispi-v-I. We have
lKard from bioi. Jasper is in clover.
Actually up to his neck in it. And
cutting nurh a swell. Xew York is the
city which is blessed with the presence
of J. W. Jasper J. The Col. is ihe
Secretary ot tlie Xatiotial Committee
of Liberal Republicans. At-Seeretary.
it i the gallant Colonel's business to
see that the enthusiasm for Greeley
and Brown, all over the country, is
full v tin to the united exiiectations of
I Horace and Gratz. Jasper proves
j himself equal to the occasion. We
( read in the "MetnioIitaii Record,"
I (positively no reference to the Police
record) that "Judge Jasper W. John
sou. at Headquarters is kept constant
ly buried to the eyes in heaps of letteis,
circulars, documents, etc.. each indi
vidual letter, circular, document, and
etcetera, being chock full ot entliusi
.astn for Greeley and Brown. Just
think of tlie etherial Jas-ier, thus
immersed in a tlood of Chapaquackie
f glory the great centre about which
i tlie enthusiasm of a nation daily, and
niirhtlv revolve-! Then, we read
further on, how Greeley. Brown, anil
somehndv else went to Fowler's and
;;ii:nl tlii'ir bumps manipulated: how
I t-he Fowler asurcd tin trio that ih own
! Vras an extraordinary man in many
t lvsjMHtts, but in nothing more so than
i in his acute understanding and quick
i appreciation if character; and finally
i that Brown having got his character
j made to order, went with Greeley and
! FoineboHy else to a private room and
i di-eoursd ujmiu tlie Campaign of the
Now comes the crowning glo
i ry of thee nrevr ot our "Judge"
Jasper. Brown having been told by
: tlie Fowler how instinctively he
I (Brown) could read human character.
I proceeded at otire, in tiiis private ami
; confidential caucus, to instinctively
read J. W. Jasper J. lb informed
G reele v, and smnebodv else that it
' ivas very imjHtrtant to have the very
j oest men s!jt at once to the front ;
'hat our Secretary was a remarkable
j 'ntin, and a iaustrots powerful
j i lumper ; that, in short he was among
j ihe best, most eloquent, and cH'ective
etc.. sj-.tkers in America, if not really
Hip. rerg ftesr. most eloquent, effective
mil etc.; and that it seemed a pity
'hat wh a man simnld have his powers
o jteiit up by ilie I'tica of a village
ike Xew York, and the ollice ofSccre
ary of an tiuitnport.int National I'om
nittef. His sml Brown's) was in
nn-. and he wauled to see the flaili
ng sword ot eloquence (Jasper's; cr,i
-marching on" through the laud. It
s not stated what Greeley, and oinc
ody else, with tlR'ir quick jienetnition
ml ready Insight into character,
bought or said alxtnt our Jasper;
vhich is a circumstance that we shall
nournftilly regret for the remainder
four natural life. Arrr.Niux : Those
if us who know Judge Jasper J.. will
icver cease to wonder how I. (iratz
yiuid him out so readily.
Our J. W. Jasper J. has other fish
t try, and cannot conveniently ac
ede to tin very general wish ot the
literals and Slums, that he should re
urn and do them the honor to take
.tine's place on the Iemocratic electo
al ticket. Jasper is doubtless very
orry ; imt then you see now it is.
ourselt nieii with reputations cannot
fiord to stake them on every little
ay-out that may be spread. The par
y by tlie name ot Sullivan may yet
lave a chain v.
The Salem Greeley club had a tueet
ig la-t evening, at v hich a party by
lie name ot Sullivan said a great
tiany hard things that he didn't be
ieveal nut Grant, and said he would
, rove them as soon a he should get
hue. He bored the audience till long
-tier ten o'clock. Judge Grim made
few remarks, after which the atidi
nce was ili-mtssed. and the club re
olvetl itself into secret session forlove
'ast aud other purposes.
The negroes Ho not follow Charles
limner worth a cent. Chawles letter
0 the colored voters has met with
ueh a response as shows that the ne
tim's have more political sense and in
grity than the self-constituted Moses,
iiuself. They are holding meetings
very where and resolving that they
1 ill not follow Sumner out of the Ke
ublicau .hi i ty.
Horace jieeley, though nominally
etired from the editorial tnanage
aentofthe Tribune, still hovers con
tantly aliout the sanctnni to prouiit,
nggesf and direct. We have noticed
hat the managing editor finds it fre
uently necessary to assert this or
eny that, "on the authority of Mr.
Ireeley. himself." And this exercise
ceps II. (i. rather busy. too.
The Herald continues to get 'spe
ial"' disjiatches from San Francisco.
:ts tirst was set up double-leaded, and
ivlth a big rooster cut illustration. The
ist was set solid and without any
ooster. Tlie Herald is evidently get
iug discouraged. Col., don't you
hink these election returns are a van
'y and a bon; ?
There is more comfort for the Chap
atmucks and "Slums." The regular
Ireeley- Liberal- Republican-1 )emo -ratic
tickets in Louisville and in New
port, Kentucky, were cleaned one at
heir municipal elections on Monday,
upefadded to the Xorth Carolina
Mniocraticdefoats, these make pretty
iir campaign guns.
Discouraged and disgusted with the
Vorth Carolina election returns, the
'lerald, has taken again to publishing
rumped-up paragraphs about wonder-
ul gains to the Democracy from the
tepublican party. It is an innocent
.nd harmless pastime, and really the
nan must have toilui amusement.
James Kedpath describes B. Gratz
Urown as "a tolerably able and intoler
bly vain little fellow -a sort of cross
'n Cabinet- size) between X. P. Banks
nd AVilliam II. Seward, with a dash
f the peacock thrown in." j A very
,ast estimate we should say.
We were mistaken the other day in
aying that no election would take
tlace after August Stli, till September
ist. West Virginia will have a State
lection on the 2'2d instant, to vote on
he new constitution and for State olfl-
The quotation of wheat at Liver
ool, Aug. 5th, was only lis 8d a re
, uction of 3d. .
1ILLU AM I'HIl i; OF V1II:,T.
The report of tin? lh'parttrtent of
Agriculture for July, shows that the
average condition of winter wheat, in
that month for twenty Stale, was
two and three-tenths rer cent, below
the average. Spring wheat in twelve
States growing a preponderance of
spring wheat, was one-half of utie per
cent above average. In these States,
winter wheat was from live to nineteen,
per cent below average. The general
average tor all wheat t)l per cent, or G
Ier cent, below the annual average.
The quality was line better thaa
usual and the total yield was expected;
to be fully average.
The report gives the following as the
prices at the principal wheat markets r
Xew York, white, western, SI CS ti
l si) per bushel ; Boston. $1 53 to
Jl St); Philadelphia, nil. Pennsylva
nia and w estern. $1 7tVj$l 75 ; Balti
more, white, fiiai 10; Cincinnati,
Xo. 1. red, $1 55iil CO ; Clticago.-No.
1 spring. $1 2l -.J tS.ss-l 24'.;; St. Louis,
white, ifl 30itjtl 52'. At the same'
date, the Sin Francisco quotation was,
khite, tfl TokI 1)0 per cental, equal
to fl ()kz$l 14 per bushel. The mar
gin for sticking ami shipping between
Stni Kninci-co ami Xew
therefore, :i-.i!ii ivids
Sticks cost about 9 cents jmt bii-bel.
It will be seen that the shipper had
sn:tltiii'j left after paying all expen
ses. OVl.lt 1 IMUC.
At the Greeley club meeling the
other night, the party by tlie name of
Sullivan pledged Polk comity for one
hundred majority for Greeley mid
Ili-own. We mentioned this matter,
yesterday, to an intelligent Polk cotui
ty man. ,aud he laughed. He said he
had not heard of more than two Ke
publicaus beside Sullivan, who would
vote for Greeley, and he t hought it sate
to say that he could name more than
five Democrats who would not vote for
Gieoicy to one Republican who would.
Thus it stands over in Polk.
Tlx; Republicans carried Polk comity
last June against the active but itow
er'ess efforts of this party by the name
ot Sullivan. Me is not ti new ikd'cc-
! tton from the partv. He never ilul it
any good, and lie cannot now do it
A certain unsuccessful politician and
chronic oUice-liunter of Ibis State,
makes it an especial objection to
Grant that he litis the disposal of 80.
000 ollices. The objector has the credit
of luting opposed to (irtint, anil jKir
ticularlv bitter against Attorney Gen
eral William, because he fjiled to get
the Su-lH)0ili part of Grant's flici.-ll
patronage. If Grant has SU.0H0 offices,
to dispose of. wonder of Greeley, i'k
rise of his election, wouldn't have
about the same nuiiitier:1 And it is a
pertinent query whether ir imsnc
eesstul politicitm and chronic ofliee
hnnter, would htive any ln-tter opin
ion of Greeley than ot ('runt, in case
he failed to find his name among the
army of eighty thousand?
We find now and then a m.in CoI
enough to talk about there lxi:ig dan
ger, that ('rant will.it elected, pro
claim himself Dit-tator, etc. We
heard such a man the other night. No
man heard him. however, wirhont a
feeling of regret that a man 4ioriId o
mistake the intelligence of hist an-dii-nce,
or of pity that he shottM so
make an ass of himself. Xo Presi
dent of the I'nited States ever eon
formed more readily or coi Kf.trifly to
the will of the people than lr--Grant.
No Presit'-' )"er gave so l"trf"e indi
cation of a purpose fo encrmrh rrpotii
the constitutional rights of tSwpfple.
as ( irant.
The I.il Grande S'litincf. I"rrro--cratic.
thinks the lit igttnt Ititr T Ore
gon, has exi-teil long entirrgfi. It
says: "The working of tl. Iurr Is a
irreat ntiis.inee. Tet it be- irpr"!el
and consigned to oblivirtrr it !ia-sj
worked out its own desttjiy."T TV'e
suppose the Herald and the tf firr fttip
sueker will hanl'y agree with thp-
Sentinel ; but we know rhtt the
people do. Let the Legislature Ao the
will of the people.
Somebody w ants to know rrho is at
the head of the Greeley Club of Sa
lem, and expresses his suspicion that
it may be Lawon. We teg t cor
rect our intpiiring frien.'!. Hnirh
Oivcis wbo made the brilliant IvVIy
Yarden run in tiiis county, last Jtti e,
is the real head. T.tiwsou U at tie
other end of the animal.
It is the same in Jackson mtmfy as
everywhere. A letter from that county
siys: don't know of a Kepnbli
ctni in this county w ho will vote for
firecley. but I do know of several
Democrats who won't."
During the mouth ol July, forefgti
goods to the aggregate value ot $10"
04 t, were imported into Oregon, pay
ing duties to the amount of $IO.OS4.
During the same time imr export-
amounted to the value ot $G1,OIIO.?
The Party by the name of Sullivan
said the other night that he had been
offered an olHce. and that he refused it.
Those who know what's the matter
with Sullivan's Hannah will tiud that
statement exceedingly hard to believe.
Democrats and Liberal Republicans
were frozen up, here, Tuesda3 every
man with his mouth wide open. The
Xorth Carolina election returns are
what did it. They look like eases of
lockjaw just from the Boston Jubilee.
The Herald's first "special" from
Sau Francisco claimed Xorth Carolina
for Merriman by 20,000 majority ; the
last claims only 2,000 majority. Tim
Herald finds the old Xorth State ex
It would seem now that nothing hu
man can save Xorth Carolina to
the Democracy, unless the Oregon
Herald can do it with its special dis
patches from San Francisco.
John 31. Todd, a member of the
Liberal Republican Suite Central
Coinmitte of California, litis published
a letter, (August 3d) resigning his ik-
f sition and declaring for Grant.
The Xew York quotation for gold is
1 15a- I-egal tenders are worth, here,
so ysi) i-
Affecting Scene. Jenkins nn old
whisky-bloat, had a son the other day.
The nurse put his first born in his
arms "'id Jenkins regarding it loving
ly, while a tear trickled down his
grog-be-blos-otned nose, said : "Twen
ty years hence he will keep tne in
TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1872.
Trvm Daily of Wedwuukt'j Amj. 7.
TjMinx jrirls raised 112 in J:i. ks,.nville
lOfc) oOfter day lor a Sunday soliuol library.
fevei-I surveying fiartles started from
-5a !.- ilie, the last week, for the Klutuuili
riie rst Side railroad track is laid some
dicanrr jiast Forest tirove, and the work In
We lern that Sam A. Mureland, new ell
tarj'th Ore-jonian, is confined to his led by
ui ttuui -of fever.
The eir.lnel stiys Hie Jacknou eounty Ai?
Tlciitiirnt Smlety Is preMring for its annual
lair, to lielield early In the till.
ftetme'.ttis (Jllfoy, fur tlie klllin-; ofW.lt.
Walen, m t'orilaiHl, h lieen Muieneil bv
-Ju.fce I: -itm, to the Peniteutlary for life. "
Tie Kiwiish bark. Manilla, arrived at
Tiiriland, Mmulav, fi-oin China, Willi four
hUBereil al twenty-live- Chinese pa-i-seiierii.
J&n A. lowland, who wan arretted at Sa
lew flbe il r day lias bcun held In the Miin of
n,lil. a a-Une In the U . S. liLslriot Conn.
Tke J-aiirw'tte Courier sav: "Jos. Ileuder
m rf Hi Jila-e, owns: it numlier of salt
wellJB fi.ft eiHinty, about f.mr nri'e fron
Ami ry. wluck. If ihev were properly worked,
Wiuilid 5-teld a ml returns."
Te Twi Vereln Society of Portland, liax
ane lumdi mn-inU-r-i.
51. H. AVkolt h.ss ..ld the lVd Kvk IteiiHt
erattu J tinted I. SUeiiiKinl, Ctrnm-lv of IImw
I Tke eonltm,-tliin train on tlie Oregon ,t
i ,u3uiiua rniiwu lias reaeneii tne yunh
. j-qiia rraec
rtland faeainpinent. No. 7, C!i.iiiiiionsj
j ' ie lieu i.co..s, Mac orr;iiiizeil Hi' tieo. ll.
J Taylor, Inst -riiiiiiltiv evening, with ilni!
r Uuttse eharttT mi lutx'rs.
IV. C. C. S roii-.-. f rorfand, lttis i,wn ;.-
j.' I H-s )tii,i.in in 11, inn. ,. in, I
J 'rien,l!ess der ihe ausputes ot ihe Ladies' !
j llelief r.vtetj. j
1 MT. L. Iliwm has 1hc'h t poimed Snperln- '
j ten Wmt of Isinstrii.'tiiui of the I ni'ed states J
J Pn-sWittl. e usd l ustimi Hou-e.it l'm tlaiid, i tv I
j K. Si. John, resljttied. f
J J?rtm Jj'iilu if Frid'iy A-j. 9. j
! rnion ennoty. a.vnnll!iK to the return of I
tlie .iti's,-r, if iroi-ih f.i.s.s,ai.S.
It it stated l-Lut a New ltepulill. an )ier lh j
j jirnje-tted alUripuii c ity.
j There are I prisoners in the enmity jail, i
j !iar-d with 'K-ujtentitov oilen-e.s. j
The sr earner Aj iv .-ii'itved at I'nrt 'ami. from ,
! araih!b:i, V edie.-siay eeuin, with Iwi
AViu two i3nzenri;t'ls are now wantel in
MTa-sliiiifrtoii c,iu:i:y. ThK is how a niiiioad
uaites iij, tlii;i iver lliere.
Utslm-sIii. July Ilih. Mr.Tlios. M,-F. Pnt
!OM, lira id Mi-(r 1' .M.ison-, itiMiliiti d
i tuiil JiMiide V at lev l.oilce, A. K. At A. .M.
j Jo'ju llolduusis W. 11-
1 The I.ti f;raii Srntl.iel says: Rtnnack
j Jin a note 1 1 IjIio IiuImii as d l.a i.ia..ie
( J iind;iv en route to the re-s-TV.-ition on :i
I visil to tlie t'ui.-i.il indiaiiM. Jim wasac-f
j -i-Sjijanie 1 by M-verul lir.iws. I
I The SestiV Votil t.'onipauv Is takitit: out 1
I inltiety o-n- pfv day. I lie detu itid is such
f h-ii ilirr !r.y not Iwc-ti a!j!e to tol it.
i The X. 3. ti. 15. 1 - litis several mi rveytntr j
I ttrtiea! ir-ck exaad if? the tariuus ni-fe, j
llietsri'esaif l'njfi-t Shi ml. ,
' 1'he k oi' tlK Iu.tret Souii'1. Tcle-rtiiili
I CVimoativ liaail l,een laUen, tirin.-iiitiiiv ny '
; meivhajl1 re-si hn it Setiitie and i tt nipia.
l.'evs. M.:lkiiU.'ll an! Taylor are tivturin-;
; (v,i I'ti-ret Sonntl. oo'f ,jraiice. and will or- :
, jriioze eurawjATBeitus tti the Chainpi'jn.s of lite
t I'd CUM.
The!rajiia TitSiB-.ie says; "it is rumored I
, t?M! ilie ral road siirvz-yors have found the
i-kaii rss imicticti.-l7ie, ami will so refMrl i
" ) l,ra hjui rtetii.
A ih riKtive 8rv e'ieve 1 to hnve htvn
1 . liy iottans. .vi!rTed a few da -s sin,-, at
j till.- itt-at -rf" SLentoe Canyon, Idaho. One j
; i-atu-h tiJ'ty t..Mis ofhay.
1 The Ol'-xaiita TriliDiie -rive- an a.-.-nnt of a
j fu;h. h-.'meeii a .stieuJ'and phsse of live and j
. Hie !lir,-''-,,ice: Soivad 1'imtes,'" iie.ir fort ;
i B;alieir. One of tiie itosse and one of Ihe ji- )
'! ites we re wnBudeJ, It til the fattier pit away j
' tiuto the Wisk- t
, I'l-li'iv Mnvri lias do. lde t u hvtite Hie '
Grammar Svlionl r W.iMiiitsmn Ternt'y
t at WalB Waili, tin pl.-. e lutviinc reiouded
' I his. all and inaete up f In.oixi to ado to tin
. J'tai-ls In Hie hadcf the lii.-hop.-uuituntini' lo i
' tike taiae inm.
Durilij; July liw folllovinz h'.i-iness vr.'ts :
t,rtiiisa,t.e 1 at tie OK mpi i Land Dtli. : a-h
; !e-, na.'lier oi a--ros. ti.l.; hoinesfi-ad eu-
ifa : bitnu-iit-fti! Ui.al jirool. S; de-
.-tttr.ilory -.lateiHeiHss l'.i.ij; uaiTaut lv: - ;
t ti-iiis, lfe: -evt: li,-l',-s l--stied on don.vion
' eiaims, i.i X Tvta I uuinlH'r of a.-.irt. 17,427.
' Ve icrn U eHBt? turt litis lieen let for the!
j gr-'i linir !' amoliei uvllon i f Hie nt.l on the
i ji. 1'. 11. il. luvet. i
Jlay l sellJnf Wliidhy Island at 12 SO '
it-l' !"n, mi-1 Uie uJu-Jt, liar.ey aud aula erop
utl look e-elL
The li.-lio tOlytniak. VV. T.l savs: Kroiu !
' rejiiiris jn r-kra"j Iw te jrrtun harve-t in v- :
uoes u.i1-s of ihe cimtrv, e conclude that ',
I. us tie Id will- '-"ei'or tlii-year Hiau ever
litJ-tre C-.vjtn e jutil ueiiiH-rof ;-res ihjw n. In 1
j a.ldniou a reii'er jijotii,t ,.f laud was this j
, jiur put into puiiL
'. t;rasSeppi6 are T.ivaj;',iijr the jrrain and
! tAuigv f the trees jt Weber valley, I'lah.
; How-Usl.waut-HMi..a l'aynsf i hiof ai I'ma- j
til a. viite Jo betJ,iHK) that Lirant lil be '
; elecieiL '
Crops -tire -tdeaiii in Ihe Kit'. tt.ysi valley ;
! this --eaoii. J ui,y rffla inraiir-s are sti'l hvat
liift In Uiat (wruou l WudiluKtou Territory.
! Ureal l're .re rittnf,- In Hit- nine Momi
1 tains nfr V".;lli Wil.ti. destroying lare
- (jiiaiulciis ot w ood il rail-1.
5 ll.illrtt has 3 fiic--e I' eleven liuitdrcd men
1 at work on the -VorLhrrn l":i.-iii,-. Iii iroad oe-
y:id ttie Newti-kcnl. There are sevoral
i deep c-.band iwary iills to make tliere. ll is
) exiav.ted lhat litr track will he laid lo Hud;
i ileu V Apr Jlie ewi irf ftrittemher.
"WASMJStfTOX t'Ot'STY. j
Tire Annotl , rieultlir.-il Fair It.t-
e, t.te. '
The Wsiriiigio;j County Agricutur- I
l ft Fair, w ill oj-n October 1 1th, and
wJU coiB"j'iic tire -days. The following j
is l be program tw. -of exercises : j
FmT D.vv. One o'clock, r. m.. j
fa-sti-st 1ntting hr--e, mare or gelding, j
years old aim under. 2 in J fir-t, i
.') ' serHtnd. "Jj.
Tvva rcloi. P. M.. fastest running
hurse. tntire r gelditig, 2 years old, !
half mile id reiK-at first, 150 ;j
Arranging artifli-s for exhibition.
J-iwixu Dat. Ten o'clixi, A. M.,
One o'clock. A. M., fastest running
horse, mare or gelding, dash of one
inik first. tiiO; -secoul, 75.
Three o'clm k. p. M-, Ih-sx saddle
horor first, $3 ; !sceouil. i 50.
Tiintl Dav. The Siicriuteiulent
ami Jitdgs-of tlie different classes
will meet at tlu? Pavilhon. and receive
Irom the SotTPfary a list of the entries
made, ami proceed to examine tlie
same from half past nine A. Jl.. to
twelve o't-Ioi-k J.I.
Ten o'clock, a. M.. trial of draft
horse ltest, "flO; second. $.".
One o'clock, fastest trotting horse,
mare or gelding, mile heats 3 in 5
tree to all tirst, tjio ; second. $50.
Two o'clock, shooting match ltest
shot, $10; neeoiid, h.
Folkth Day. From nine to eieven
A. )l, the Superintendent and Judges,
except in Class 2, will finish their
work and report the same to the Secre
tary, who shall proceed to make an
entry of the same on the records of
One o'clock, p. jr.. fastest running
horse, mare or gelding, three years
old. 2 in 3 fastest, 2o; second, $100.
Half past ou o'clock. P. M.. plow
ing match first, $10 ; second, f5.
Fifth Day. Ten o'clock, a. m.,
parade on tite track of all animals
that have been awarded premiums.
Eleven o'clock, a. St., reading the
list of awards of premiums.
One o'clock, p. m., fastest running
liorse, mare or gelding, mile heats, 3
in 3 free for anything first, $200;
necond, f 100.
Two o'clock p. M., doable carriage
team first, $10 ; second, 1&5.
Three o'clock, most graceful and ac
complished lady rider first, $5 ; sec
ond, i 50.
The Heart and Home rays that
Bishop Whitehouse was one Sabbath
evening, describing to his congrega
tion how he had once l.oen lost out on
the prairies of Illinois and had wan
dered for a long time, weary and al
most hopeless. A! last he i w a light,
and made his way slowly toward it,
shouting for lielp. "Just as I thought
I eould go no further." said the Bishop,
"and was about sinking down in de
spair; the door of a cabin opened be
fore me, and the loug-looked-for Sucker
came." Tlie pun was unintentional,
but the effect on a Western audience
If yon like practical Joking, jnst Jn
trotluce two strangers, privately in-
oi iiiiu eiicn tuui tne otner istieai, uut
don't stand around.
1'. H. 4iHAT.
Tlie iii il Ion f.i- . V- Xrli lira"
lliul, lu 1MJ5.
This bt what the X. Y. World said
of Gen. Grant in 15-U5: "Gru.
('rant's history should teach ns to allis
cr'nninnte lictter than we America'Of-
are apt to do between glitter and wAUl
wortd. Our protveness to run atlUrr
demagogues and sponters may fiiicl
giKil con-ective in the ndy of sucln-n
chiiracter sw his. The qualities fcj
which great thingsi are accomplished;
here seen to have no necessary connec
tion with showy and snierticial a
cxiiiiplisliiiient.s. When tlie mass o"
men look upon such a character tliej
' may learn a truer respect lorthem
v'lves and each otlter : they are taught
by it that high qualities and great
abilities are consistent with the sim
plicity oftaste. contempt for parade,
and plainness of manner with which
direct and earnest men have a strong
natural sympathy. I'lysses ('rant the
tanner. I'lysses Grant ihe tiu-iicvessfitl
applicant tor the City Surveyor ot St.
Louis. Ulysses Grant, the driver into
that city of his two-horse team with a
load of wood to sell, had within him
every manly quality which will cause
tlie name of Lle.ut. Gen. Grant to live
forever in history. His career is a les
son in practical democracy; it is a
quiet satire on the dandyism, the piqt
pyfcm. and the shallow affectation of
our fashionable exquisites as well as
noon the swagger of our ola-us'ilile.
glil-tmigtied ilemagognes. ot by
a.iy inc at.s tbtil givaj ipi.tlilo's are in-consi-ient
with cultivated manners,
and a fluent elocution ; but that such
.-nperlieial accomplishments are no
measures of worth or ability."
M ill AT.
tV!nt WiUHlilaiirlun Cnnty Farmer
t-nys- iltixv iriner Hill lloltl
'1 Ifceir 4'ru-
A corn-spondent of the Oreg.'.niati
who resides in Washington county
writes as follows in regard to the wheat
prospicts: "Owing lo the low price
nili-reil for wheat, and the ab-eitce of
coinuii-sioncd persons to j iitvba-
gram along the we-t side, togcthc
with the exorbittint price of twenty
tents each for grain sacks, then will
not be any large quantities f grain
shipped from Wa-hiugtoii county this,
year. All who pisiliy r.iti will hon--
tlieir grain at home. Ot cot live then
arc Minn; who will have lo sell at what
ever they can get: but this i- not tin
case with Ihe grain-growers. Ijtt
year price ruled good, and with com
mendable fiiiesigbt the faiini r took
ailvttntage of the time to stock tlie!"
firin with till necis-arv inipieiients
atnl inti liinery, ainl,lo make arritip
itii'iit 1'iirthe bad market thtit is al
w.iv sure to follow a good mf. We
iearn from farmer in irom the cmti
try that private oiler have been made
all over thi' North Plain, by Corn-lock
A Co.. of Spiiugvil'e, which h.ivecotn
pleiely lurned the tide of -Train in that
ir.nclion. Of course -liipnient ly
wagou will lie larger this year lhai
1.11. a those who have to -ell uill be
compelled to stive it ail in onkr to
keep soul and bo.lv together. At the
present time it looks iioiihtful: but it
is the judgment of some of the -liti-ivil-ist
f ii'ini-r that there i a little g-itoe
up soiiiewliere. and that wheat will yet.
n'.ich eighty or eighty-live cent per
iii:ii: it i mi:.
Aakrny, Hiiiry I nrm In yinrUut
. '4iitii.i liat I!i4- l'rotrietAnri itrc-
We clip this trout the Orcgwii.m
conimercitd article of August iah :
"It i gratifying to witness tb' de
veioi:iient of any new brim-h of pto-
iluctivf imliistrv in ourmiil-t. Among
the new etilerprie iecial!y dc-erving
liicntiou is Anki-ny's Chcee l-actory.
netir S-ilem. Full preparations K-ive
been made and pel fected tor c-irrj"ing
on this establishnient. and already
thirty thousand pound of very supe
rior t 'hee-e ha In-t-ii prinluceil. Next,
year the capacity of tlie et!ilili!iiin'iiC
wi:l be largely increased, and tiie pro
duct will amount to one hut.ihvd fliu
saud pounds. Tlie busiues i iinili-r
the suK-rintcuileiice of an aceonipIi-h-ed
eheee-maker, and all the imtlvni
re tiiremciif and iuipnweieent liave
lieen provided. Messrs. Aukeny Inive
about tour thiai:ind acre of vsci-Ileiif.
Itiiid near the Santiam river, and are
stocking it with good inns of which
they now milk daily about one hun
dred and thirty. The neighbors alo
bring milk daily to the establishment,
truant i l 'ns of thi ( "hees' m-p on the mar
ket here, ami it is regarded with much
favor. The product of the estaltlish
inenl this year will lie fully fifty thou
Anutlier oluu.v be Foiiwttrd.
The Dal le Mountaineer of tlte.til
intaut stiv: "The party of Ger
man whom we mentioned last week a
hiving gotie over into Was-hingfon
Territoty iti search of a place ti fotiml
a colony, returned well ple.i-eiL and
one of fheur lia: started for iowa f,-r
the purpose of britiging out tlie s-ixty
famiiies who are there awailhig Iti re
port. The place selected i afumt.
eighteen or twenty mile north rf" Mr.
V.. S. Jo!vu".sfttnn at White Silimm,''
In a jolly company each ot-e was !o
ask a ipietim ; if it was ans-Terotl. I e
paid a forfeit; or if lie i-oilld not an
swer it himself, lie paid : forfeit.
Pat's ipieotiou was, '-How Ihe little
ground squirrel digs his hole without
showing any dirt about tlie en
trance !' When all gave upw Pat
siid. Sure, do you mv. he brgiits at
the other end of the hole." Ittieof
the rest exclaimed. "Hut Iwtw toe he
jri-t there:-" "Ah," said Tat. "th.-U's.
tbe oitestiou -111 you answer it yourself:-"
I low lie Cmw to I. lite I.itln.
John Adams, the fat tier of Jfjfm
Quiucy Adams, used to sty : "Wfieii I
was a boy I hud to study the Ijttin
graiuumr. but it w is dull, and I lifted
it. My father was anxious to send inn
to college, and therefore I studied Ihe
grammar until I could bear it no
longer, and. going to my f.itlier. told
him I did not like study, and :tsfce1
him for otlier employment. It wa
opposing his wislies. and he was quick
in his answer."
"Well, John," faid he, "if I.itiu
grammar does not suit yon. yon may
try ditching perhaps that will. My
meadow yonder needs a ditcli. and you
may put by the grammar and dig."
" This deemer a deligiitfiil clmnge.
and to tlie meadow I went, but ooi
found ditching harder than Ijttin. ami
the first forenoon was the longest I
Tliat day I ate the bread of labor,
and right glad was I when night canto
on. That night I made it comparison
between Latin grammar ami ditching,
but said not a word about it.
I dug tins next forenoon, and
wanted to return to Latin at dinner
time ; but it was too humiliating, and
I could not do it. At night toil con
quered pride, and I told my father
one of tlie sweetest lessons of my lite
that, if lie chose, I would go back to
He was glatl of it, and if I have
1 since trained anv distinction, it has
Iteoii owing to my day's wor' iu tliat
Daniel Wclvster did not like mowing
any better than John Adam liked
ditchlnz. His father told him to
bang" his scytlie to suit him-elf, aud
he went and hung it on a tree. How
ever, both Adams and Webster worked
harder with their brains. Uian most of
the boys now-a-days do with their
Mark Twain's "Roughing It" lias
reached a sale of 73.000 copies, aud
the demand is unabated..
A brute' in Anamosa county, Iowa
latelv sold his wife for a keg of beer.
$3 00 per
XODHI. UKIIEJLKl ltr.SOI.1 TIO.VS.
Tlie f.iliowing well-timetl wit we
find in tlie Knoxville Chrdnielo. We
commend it to the earnest considera
tion of our Greelev friends :
pVritten expressly for tlie Greeley-
lie in rcoTt eotinty, tiy siionbers ; but
not being copyrighted", no one will be
prosec-uukl for Using them outside of
.-Hm ami ci.uiiiiitji uiein as original.
In short, stealing h permitted and ex
pected. Wlierea the millenium has dawned,
and tlie wolf is lying down with the
lamb, and the lion is eating straw like
an ox, ami the abolitionists and seces
sionists march under tlie same llag,
and tlie radicals and relx ls Walk ann-iii-arm.
aud the fice-traders and pro
teetionisis are cheek by jowl, and the
Iriit an I negroes eat nut of the same
tlislL and Horace Greeley ami Jeff Da
vis skep in the same bed. and the
sucking child is playing on the hole of
the asp, and women vote aud ride
a-sf.v-dtllc and everything is lovely
aud tlie f-oose hangs high ; therefore,
Itt-solvol 1st. Tlmt inasmuch as the
Utile has -otue for all men to eat dirt
and tnrn soiMersets and no mm thinks
what lie says or believei what he
thiuks, we fianimotiiy recognize tin;
absvilnte rxjuility of men. including
ivtxriefi. wotnt-nand Chinese; that we
believe crolt;'s ear are a short as a
)K-r.ses. -ttrfJlJett tlie leopard can change
j his i-Mnts, JHd that the negro is a man
and a hrini-er, anil having always fa
j roTl his v'uiission to the ballot-box
;itw wtw.Miie linn to the iK-iat ctr
i rU iraving wiii;thing of an idea that
11 tlie woi'1 wa born of a monkey,
tint things are not what tliey used to
rw. ami tint!, there is a great deal of
tipiib-d(swnsij-nes and downide-up-K-srd-ness,
ainl a bewildering inixed-up-ative-tii.
genera 11 y. '
H-s3v-t i. That li'ing in great
ibtultt v.lit5ier the rebellion failed or
siitred( d. not being certain
whWlif-r Grant r Lee sunt-ndered tit
Appomattox;. jujiI being of opinion that
tfx South w.i either riirht or wroiiir.
. I -v- .1 - . s
ttiiu tne . m-tn was eitner wrong or
ri-jlit. and that neither was either to
iKfrt. we are iHrtniiuously in favor of
lifting ltygoiy-s l bygones, of burying
tl- Stars' with liars, of ni xing
Ihwxn part- ! -Dixie" with two of
"nubfo lAnorUe." and of marrying
uV I'uiou eaJe to tlie rebel buziard.
Jiesoived 3. Tluit being a lilieral
puty, ve fttvorlilienility in all things,
hi joli.'j s ami iti religion, in virtue
and in tv.-mperitthi-, givinr jterfeet fn-e-d.iu
Ut all. Frrt'dom to men and tree-
u-.nu i wnnK-tj. criticLsiug no one s
oj-iuiou and im fine's actions ; pardon
iiI sti ocr-at-i:i:i! clean shirt aud
.v.t-lieiJ f.ui"; neitlMT averring that
tln-reisa hen vea nor yet denying that
tLTe is -jl lieiJ : Imldiug the Almiuhty
iu;rftj'r T-inv-t. at the Mine time
in fwrgetiijig our old friend Satan;
believing tkitt J.(hiiig is tiji or down,
bul tiutt eveit rlbij'.g is .stanifing or side
ways, and in a!3 things holding very
last il'i sbajid. Imh altogether let
ting g" i- i'k Ilie itther.
iiertlTed . That the Constitu
tia'j as i j is Jxti-r than the Constitu
tiioj as jras; tliat the P.ible is all
v.t.v weJI iu its phiiv, but the IJctok of
Mwtiiiiiii is 'ver and the writings of
iiJ'iu-ins ikix. anil every man is
itsterft liisrtau cmi-si-ieiice aud e)n
daf.'. a-! l.a right to make a God
in -it Jdne,-f - tliat fne whisky and
uyiversal iguoruice, coupled wii'i free
tite ami univ-Tsal salvation, make
er.Tl.'i a paradise and heaven a c.-rtain-ty;
lMt thaL urvcrtltelcss, all things
aij? tmji'd rooivt :iml the times are out
otj-tint; evt-rr straight road is crooked,
tin- radii turn rtiiid on its axis men
wain Ehgzag xji tlieir Itrainsarc top-sy-tuiTi.
the wosld iall Itewitxhcil,
a.f slie cotnitijy wointin i a man.
IV-sWved 5. JTi.it inasmuch as Judas
lsarint, thrnigh once a wicked man.
atle-tnard U'.amc an apotle. and inas
nnvsk a Iletk-dict Arnold sited blood in
defc-oM- of Aitvfii-.ui liberty, and ina
uitif a Jeff. Davis was not nomi
iitilM, we -are hy-tivtily in favor of Hor
ace ireeley. U-lW-ving as we do that
DeMncracy i noC dead, but sitvpeth.
ami that all roads frotu (JnHtley
go Ktt (iritiu that (Jtveley was
an wigiual abolitionist and an original
seeioiiist ; that the abolitionist. and
setyuioiiist l-.:iys worked to the
sttu." end. ami tln ir present combina
tiK is only a renewal of past co-per.i-I
ion. -and womierlul will it he in the
eyecof all men when tlie archenemy
of iX Ku-Klux liccoim-s their chief
caa5n ; when ll- priuci-of protection
heiTsratcs tlie kingof free trade; when
the eft-ami lion of temperance U-ars the
b-inottr of Im liar-room li-tstne. and
StttAi; lead tlk ltof lK;aven. then
tnilr-tha!! the lat lo firt. for great is
the mystcrv of Greelevnes.
Ilow to tan Tbetu.
la l!:e Syracuse Union we find the
follcniug: Tlx.' most thorough and
relhflfce mode of canning tomatoes is
asfTVws: Tiiev tin' just sufficiently
i steast-f d. not eiweil. to scald or loosen
; the 1311. and are I hen poured tioii ta
i ble i.tsd the skin nnnoved. cttiv lH-ing
taU-e o preserve tne tomato in as sol
, id ji Mate 11- possible. After being
p.ift"L they are placed in larire pans
with wutill Ixctom- in which tunes are
: iierfnrated. o as to stroinolTthe liipiid
j thrvt ii:inatesfioin them. From these
' paivi5iey are carefully )laced by hand
i itrt-n ans. which are tilled a solidl3 as
povs'nYlc. in other wonls, all are put
' flnxnth the usual process and hermet
ically sealed. The cans, wlien opened
; forTir-, present the tomato, not only
. 'iV'the natural vegetable in taste and
j cnior. but also in appearance ; when
' t!nr. .alel. tly are warn.ntexl to keep
I in uriy climate, and when oteiied, will
j Tasne uaturnlly as when just plucked
; from the vine..''
AS KB.1IW MARKET.
t Sax Francisco, August". Flour
; Sale of 3.CHXI bbl KKW.ido superfine
t for Australia, private. Tlie two ves
1 x.i.i loading for Australia have 40111
; plefed their cuirgoes. Xo others have
; been named 10 follow. We ipiote su
1 --lin at $1 00 4 75. and retail at
j " 7535 87'.; the latter the selling
, rite for bet city brands. Sale of
j 2.1HJ0 or sks Golden Gate extra for
j Wlteaf LUiring the fii-st six days of
tne mount only three cargoes were
el'arcd. though five vessels are full at
tlie jn-eseut writing and will clear to
day or to-morroiv. We quote shipping
rites nt $1 50 SI 55. Millers are com
p.lled to pay fjtl 57.;, -51 HO pr cental.
t'lKiht! is wanted for local milling at
R-irley New crop sells at $1 10S
1 16 ; old bay brew ing is held at (ft f
):Us From $1 DO to $2 will cover
iHilh old and new.
rotaUies I5cst kinds sell at$l 65a
170 ; otlier grades from $1 GO down to
I 12'.,- Sweet, sj-1 752.
Wool Market still devoid of ani
mation aud rates nominal. I'urry, 20
"il'Oc, aud good to choice, 30350 Y B.
Tlieodore Tilton says in his lmper.
'Save me from a God who damns."
An acquaintance replies : "We should!
11 he 10 no iu my ooy, imt tlie tiling is
I Jolly Vardeu has liad a short aud
veiy ignotiiinioiis cartr in London
"No lady," says the rjueen, the ladies'
iiewspajM'r, will fn'reatter disfigure
lier4'if hy wearing one of these now
ludgc Horace P. Biddle, of the
Kighth Congressional District of In
diana, who was nominated for Con
gress on the Greeley ticket ngninst the
I Ion. J. X. Tyner. tlie regular Repub
lican candidate, has declined tlie nom
ination, ami goes for Grant.
A writer In tlie Loudou Republican
says : "Let all mortgages be foreclosed
to-morrow, and we would see a Jew
in every old hall tn Eiiglaixl.'
It is said there are live men in San
; Francisco nearly 100 years of age. and
' eleven women oyer ninetv-)l ve yeir
Annum in Advance
Biillroxift 'oatrtH-UMi lliifilne-Mi nt
(lie Laud Otftce-baltfraiton.
We clip the followitie paragraphs
from the Walla Walla Real Estate
A large amount of iron for the Walla
Walla ot Columbia liiver Railroad,
recently brought up from below, is now
at Wallula. It is ot the kind com
monly known as "strap iron." each
bar being about two inches wide, one
half Inch thick, and twenty feet long.
The construction of this road has been
greatly retarded bv the seizure of the
Company's logs, intended for ties by
the Government ; but we understand
the matter is now satisfactorily ad
justed, and that the road will be vig
orously pushed forward to completion.
Ilusiness at the V. S. Land Office,
during the mouth of July, lias been
light, owing to the fact everybody has
lieen busy harvesting. Following is
an abstract of business done for this
mouth: Seven Homestead .applies- '
tions, for l,2tJ0aeres ;. 13 pre-empt ions
filed, for 2.0S0 acres; 3 final home
stead proof for 4Js0 acres ; cash ttre-
etnprlon and homestead, lor 1.512
acres ; 1 Soldier's Homestead applica
tion, for 160 acre. Total iitiuilter of
acres disposed ot for the mouth. .",432.
A Inrger number ot immigrants
have passed through this city this
month than at any time nreviouslv
this season, the irreafer nortion of
whom will settle on the Government
lam!. nor.'h of Miake river. Many,
however, will locate in the eastern
(tortious of this county, where there is
a fine range for stock, and where agri
cultural facilities are also numerous.
Almost every day we see bauds ot
horses and cattle going tn the above
named plai-es. The great bulk of im
inigrafoii. thus tar. seem to be from
tlie Willamette valley, although sev
eral of the Western Stale have been
i xivrrxTioxAi. hiuiiwav
A physieian living on Ui-ooklyn
1 lights was recently hurrying home
ward, tptite late in the evening, when
a man, apparently drunk, staggered
out of a tavern and jostled him. The
giid dootor did not wish to make a
disturbance, so he stepjied asside aud
let the drunken man as.s on. The
man's condition, however, did not pre
vent from walking ipiite fast, and he
soon left the doctor behind. The lat
ter suddenly bethought himself to feel
lor his watch. It ivas gone I But he
was epial to the occasion. Taking
bis pitol from his pocket, he ran after
the man, overtook and collared him.
"Now. you laseal." cried be iu a ter
rible voice, "hand out that watch, or I
shall put a ball into you '." The man
demurred at first, but the doctor's
voice and manner were too much for
him. He saw that tliere was nothing
else to do. and so he handed out the
watch When the doctor reached
home, he told his adventure to his
wife. "But, my dear." said she.
"you did not take your watch with
you. There it is ou'the table, where
you left it !" Tliere is no use of going
into further particulars The doctor
had committed highway robbery on an
unknown drunken man. and that was
the best that could be said of it.
IIOl SEIIUI.D KF.KVAXTM.
Nctcta Laale Coming to ttregoa.
Sime time since we stated on the
authority of Mr. O. S. Phelps, ot Port
land, tlmt Mr. ,1. X. Melville, of Dun
dee. Scotland, would start early in the
summer for Oregrtu. with a number of
Scotch girl, who will. ujHtn arrival,
desire to obtain places as honsehold
servants. Tlie Bulletin has tlie follow
ing item in relation to the matter,
which shows that Mr. Melville has
started : ".!. X. Melville, nn emigra
tion agent, is on his way to Portland,
from Dundee, Scotland, with sixteen
Scotch girls in his charge, who come
to this State to engage themselves as
domestics and housekeepers, to those
who may require their services. Mr.
Melville" left that city on the 16th day
of July, aud is expected to arrive here
within the next few weeks, lie ex
pected to bring a larger number ol
thee industrious women, but feels sat
isfied jhat when they arrive here and
inform their frietids of the fine coun
try they have come to. they will soon
be followed by others.'
Knn Fmiirlteo nnd Ronton Unrket.
San I-'kancisco. August C. Boston
dates of July 27th note rather more in
quiry for domestic, the sales for the
week aggregating ."i2."5.000 ft-s, includ
ing thirty "thousand Bis, California
spring at" 5052,'B. and 40.000 fhs do.
at of ir.K'. Prices hail reached a haute
that justified manufactun'rs in taking
hold, as tlie acemnulation of stock
through heavy receipts had received
A report fiom San Fninctseo notes
some small sales of Oregon fleece at
35'S37c but otherwise there is notli-
ing to report. The great bulk ot stock
yet remaining iu warehouses is of in
ferior quality, bnrry and dirty. The
season's business has lieen very unsat
isfactory to the trade, and especially so
to the "go-between operators" and
sieculatorsv who purchased largely be
fore shearing all they could secure,
at- prices for above current market
Ot R MB LI 4' MIX.
Tlie following sketch of our Great
Men. which we copy from the Chicago
Tribune, show what it costs to be Great
Jefferson died comuirively poor ;
indeed if Congress had not purchased
his library, and given him for it five
times its value, he would with dtlli-
! culty have kept the wolf from the door.
Madison saved money and was com
paratively rich. To add to hi fortune,
however." or rather to that of his
widow. Congress purchased his man
uscript pajiers and itaid $30,000 for
James Monroe, the sixth President
of the United States, died in Xew
York so poor that his remains found a
resting place through the charity of
John Qniney Adams left some $50,
000. the result of Industry, prudence,
and inheritance. He was a man of
method and economy.
Martin Van Buren died Tery rich.
Throughout his political life he looked
out for his interest. It Is Dot helived
that he ever spent thirty shillings in
politics. His party shook tlie bush
anil he caught the bird.
llenrv Clay left a handsome estate.
It probably exceeded $100,000. He
was it prudent manager and an iKtnest
man in all his transactions.
James K. Polk left S150.000, -jsjO.OUO
of which he saved from his presidency
of four years.
John Tyler Ml $20,000. Before he
reached the Presidency lie was a bank
rupt. In oBlee he husbanded- his
means and then married a rich wife.
. Daniel Webster squandered a mil
lion in liia life, the product of bis pro
fessional and olitical tqiectilafioir-.
He died leaving bis pro)terty to his
children anil his debts to his fricnd.
The former sold for less than $20,000
w hile the latter exceeded the sum of
Sew Paateair Eotablb-betl.
The following new ijostofrlces liaro
beeti created : Washington Territory :
Taneum. Yakima county: Pleasant
Orove, Yakima county; Fall City.
King county. Oregon Butter Creek,
Willow Forks arid Rock Creek. Wasco
county ; Hermanvllle. Coos county ;
Klamath, Jackson county. Idaho
I erritory Fayette Store, Ada ivumty.
WEEKLY OREGON STATESMAN
C. P. CRANDALL, Proprietor.
The Weekly Orb-mis stateSmas. la
publlftinri every WedaeadaT moinirm:.
Contain! a summary of all the telefrrllo
cUftpetchee and alltne current Stale and Lo.
cal news, editorials, eon-espondemsa, ttnlKel.
lanv, poetry, etc., from Tax Daily Statm-
XAIt. il! ' .
A First-class Weekly Newspaper.
Terma, SS.OO per year in advance. tU.OO
for dx months In advanee.
AdTertitements at liberal rates.
Busnress directory or poet-
Pnbllslied by L. hunawi,
General Advertising Agent, 83 front Street.
rKERMAN" POLI.AR STORE. X.
Br Street. Importers and Jobber ol
ancvlwd. Toys, Croukery tilairre and
Vetnr If mi He, KiriitRt,, between Oak and
I'lne E-rorrthinar iui R I. lribl.
UII.L, NTEEI. A BA!tBorT,
Xos. 75 & 77, First Street, Portland,
Barman, the only direct Importer of Cloth
tag, iu., cor. Front & Waahi-u-ioa iua
CHA8. C. BARRETT,
BOOKSELLER & STATIONER,
Istu-gest Stoi-k in Portland. ,
A'o. 7l Front yk1 .Va 5 Wathhufittm itrert:
BKCK. WII.UA.M SOX. 1-B) Front M.
InilK'i teis ami da!ersin
Ututa, Kinesi and Kevolvertt
of everv ilestrriiittiiB.
FisliiiiK Ta. kle, Fanev liitntH. IleadH, Biol
Cajtes, llnsketx, 1-roqtiPt liamen and
Agents for the '-falifornia I'mvder Works;
also, lor the W lioeler Wilwm Sew
ins Machines." r
B.vk, Johu A., lt Front Wruet, praoik.il
Watehmaiker and Jeweler. AVorkdone
lor tlie Trwlc
(toKAXJi job pklti;ks. Himes
ol Docnetaer, rroiu mreei.
Lru-harn lieinbart, Fim reet. between
-U itaWauil Fine, iinixirtersoi' Stoves, lia.,
pe.s. Kitchen I'leni-ilK.
(u. luinnn. W, A.. . w. cor. First A Taylor
ms. Cheapest Furniture House In Port-
I I LT L-'I'tJ WALTER nnos.
Vrtrl ijlO Ml Front Street.
C Darke Henderson A Cook. 81 83 Flrnt St.
llealeris In Itrv Uowln, Fa iky Millinery,
Ac. Ac. " J
Colin . St ifosc-nlc-ld, 148 Front St. Coninjio
fion Mer.-lituiiH A ilenlers In Oreaon and
(ionttle. J. V.. inaniifacturer and dealer in
J Sa'Mles, lfanie, and Saddlerj' Hard-
are. Mb Front St.
(.urrler. VV. & Cv. KU Front street. Mer
chant Tailors & Clothiers, Hats, Furnish
c Lashmiiti ftOntinan, 92 Front mreet
Real Estaic Agentu, money loaned
r. H. Woi-d-anl
Hit Front street, Port lata!.
Woodard A ..
Front M. Or.leT
from anv tiortton ol the State or Territories
careftiUy tilled In nuil orcKpnwa.
171 mil, Lonensfclii A Co, FnrnltHru awl
14 Carpet dealcr-i store from 131 to li-
Employment A(.-en.-y. Withercll A Hot
man, 8U Front Direct. Furnish all kinda
Evanling A Iteelw. 10 Front street, ( om-nii-'i-m
Merchants aud dealers iu do
.Uit-liion Livery Siaiilc, eorncr First and
lir Salmon mIk., K. Corbeu, ProprK-'tor.
. liooil tttrn-ontsahvavs on hand.
I,"lislKl A KoocrUs cur. First ami Wasliin
1 toil sts. m-alers ami Mairulacturc-r.-,
1 i'liliiiig. Fiirnishiii2 (;xia.
CRAY'S MUSIC STORE.
l.Tlic largest Muhic House on the Coast.
STEINWAY PIANOS, BURDETT OR
GANS, ii.lt. DfePRAXS, Manager.
HOVE AOKXTS FOR TUB
"HOWE" SEWIXK. MACHINE.
GST Aeenls wanted.
I a.thnty A Sleenie limoers nnd dealern in
i all kinds of Seeds, corner First and
I Main mx.
HamUiirjrer, B.. ltl First Htretr LnirtT
and dealer in Staple Fancy Ury tiood
neudee. D. H.. Photographic ArtliiTfs. W.
corner First awl Morrison streets. Cliil
1 1 ivim pictures specially.
enrichsen, L C. & Co.. 1H9 First street,
Mannlaocurerx and ilealera in Jewelry,
Milliard, 4ieo. I.., !W Front (ttreet, whole
sale dealer in t traceries, Honrs, Wagon
MaterialK, Ao. .
Hodice, 4'alef A Co., 97 Front tureet, whole
sale dealers in Driifr, Paint, Oils,
1 ; lass. Ac .
I 1 I t L' "e" '"K Ma. liine, stniiitlit nee
' M J i L VJ dl nn-ler fve. -lo, k niltch."
I r'iulititni challengeiL .. W. Trarer, 112
I Front Street.
t I nrirren A Shimller. Xoa. Ifirt to 17 First
I st. lniKrters Fnmltnrr, Beddinf-, Ac.
International Hotel, eor. Front and Morrl
on Htm. M. Kiniolih, I'rojirktor. Free
llttss attends steamer.
Kolin. J. A 4. 01 Fixtnt utreet, wliolesale
and retail dealer in Fine Clothing. Fur
lii.sliing lioods. t
Matson ttoree Restaurant, private roonw
lor Families, cor, 1m and Pine atreet.
c,i. oos Proprietor.
Martin. F.. A 'o.. wholesale dealer In
Wines and LIitors, 4. S. S. Co'b Block
and tsan Franulato.
eler A Schmec-r, 111 Front Mreet, whole
sale aiKi retail 1 oniectioners.
"f filer. John B.,9.1 First street. Wal.-h-i
maker and Jeweler, offer to the rilllo
a line asuortment of Wat.-he,. lu ksaiwl Jcw
"oeller, A t o., Frimt -near 4". street, ileal-
lvi erf in ivitive and It.reign Winea, lM.
ii"r.s awl Cigars.
'lajTorthnip ft ThompwHi. Hardware, Iron,
Sieel, HuKs Suoker, flanlwooil l.nrnlK-r.
Occi lentnl Hotef, cor. Fir awl Moriimn
sts. Smlt hft 4'oi'k. Pr"irlet org.
IJarrish, Watklns A CornellTkeiil K state
Alfi'iitm o Front street, between Alrt-r
ard A C o..
liil Front street.
iler. C Heal Kstate and AIimm-) llro-
ker, ti t ront street, romaa-l.
jenlianni. I. S. A Co., Tol-ac,--iilstK hu
nortern of Foreign ami loootl l.lnnor-
hn Hoiue, Front street. On Flt-M Lia
Principle. T ho. Kvan. Propiiet,r.
tjherlock, s., SI Front and 62 First mm.., lei.
er in Uaraess, ha (ii liar', and Saddlery
tilnKin. J.. .VI Front street, tlealer in lioor-..
t9 Nash and Blind, Window andptaal-la
ln-helmcr, H., 157 First atreet. iinprter ol
o PianoM, Orjrant, 8heot Maalc, Mnek-al
kHmore. 6., Klr.t Mreitt, Itrncjivt
and A poUiecary. a larpe atouk ol' Pemin-
ery and Tnllit Arllc.lin.
tmlth A lta1s7l From strwet, wholeafe
V5 lirtigs, 1-aiiMs, CM la, Window Ula, 1'cr
iniiw A Roof. 73 Flrnt streei.Pl.tnmi,4ild-
7 iuirs, Fnuitna, ArtwUv Munlal,liB ig
! mitli. Put, Broker, HO Front mret-t, li.nler
. in U'ftal T code in, tiovenuociit Jtuutta
and (.old Oust.
ST4E. B.-U, o. l7atMMsiH.
Watclimaker and Manufacturing Jeivel
er, I appointed agent tit the Waltlwni,ElrlB,
E. Howard Co., Chan. K. Jacot.aiHl theCal
ilornia wntchea: alo. for all the prtnlivllon-i
and iniporta ot 1 h CalUorula Jewelry Comia
nv, Saa Franc! nco. Send for a circular.
Watches repalreil la the verv bet mruiner awl
W ARKASTtl) to nive vatiiilitctloH.
eiTT Broa.. No. I7g FIrflt -ireet. niannBte
1 turers anl dealers In Furniture. Bcd-
illnr. 4 arret , Ac.
a lie Clotliin Store. 113 Front et reel .Clot It --I
In-r. t iirnishing (iomls, Boota and shoes.
Harris A Finger. ,
I'imtTeTTl. H., U " V 144 FrTait st. "Ifilt r
y ne, K. I c. n. w. .ior. Fir-t" amFcluk
dea'er In Fine lliaiulie Wlue, Kn ll-li
Ae 11 ml I'orler. o
"1yEer, J. A., fl7Front ativet. wholesale
ikaler In Butter, Egjrs, Ulioe-a, Ijtr 1.
Rthon. Ac; . 1
Wll liams A Myei. S Ceotral lilivk.PrmTt
areet, OnmmLi8loit Merclianta aiwl
i Utiler in Pnalnoe.
CABLE SCREW WIRE H.h. n, shoe
arasiint to iiai-Hele all other lie.-aHHH ther
are the ino.st relialile -liiralk -lo not riu r
lsk. Try them. All ffeiuiine -ronls niv
"V""!''- i Jiniell lum.
25 CORDS OF WOOD WANTED.
AK . OR
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