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Senator Brownlow on Civil Rights.
A reporter of the New York World
has intervieil Senator Brownlow at
Knoxville, Tennessee, on the Civil
lig h ts Kill, and here is what the
do you ascribe tho frequent recur
rences of collisions between whites
number of these desplorable inci
dents have been multiplied of late,
and they have their origin in the
Civil Rights Bill. Negro speakers
ami newspapers and dishonest, un
scrupulous adventurers in politics
have fastened on the negro mind the
conviction that the Civil Bights Bill
will make black white and destroy
the last barrier between the races,
not only investing the negro with
every social privilege he would en
joy, but to obliterate every distinc
tion made by the God of nature and
by negro instincts and habits of life,
shaped and crystallized through
Correspondent— In view of the
fact th: t hostility to the Civil Rights
Bill is universal among whites of the
South what will probably be the con
duct of the North?
Senator—There is but one of two
courses to be pursued. Either the
North must recognize the palpable
fact that the social relations of the
races must be left to regulate them
selves, without the intervention of
the law-making power, or the Civil
Rights Bill, becoming the law, must
be enforced at tiie point of the bay
onet. In other words t ie enactment
of the bill is the instant transforma
tion of our republican system of gov
ernment, and that of the South
must b * a military despotism. How
soon the North would lose its liber
ties after those of the Southern
State were annihilated would be a
question for oue man—a President
in name, a dictator in fact—to de
termine. A\ liile President Grant is
incapable, in my opinion, of such
conduct, yet a President wielding
the army and having it distributed
over the South to preserve the peace,
would have absolute control over
elections in fifteen States. The
white people would not vote and
elections would l>e farcial. Not on
ly are the fortunes of the South, but
quite as deeply are those of the
Noith, involved in the defeat of the
Civil Rights Bill.
Fresh Lips for Lovers' Kisses.
WOMAN S POWER OVER MAN.
SAN FRANCISCO M ARK ET-
"W heat — $1 -15 (<? $1 5 ) f* 100 lbs.
In preaching at St. Paul’s Cathe- j
F lour —Extra in demand for ex
drill, London,on the temptation and port at $5 25@ 755 $ bbl.
O ats — $ 1 4 0 @ 1 f>5
fall of Solomon, the subject of one
O nions — $2 5 5 @ 2 87\ ^ 1 (0 tbs.
of the lessons for the day, Canon
Liddon spoke strongly of woman’s
PO RTLAN D M ARKET.
power over man, and reminded his
hearers that, although the King had , W heat — 1 45 V 100 lbs.
seven hundred wives and three h u n -; O ats —41e @4iic $ bushel.
F lock - - F irm; standard brands,
died concubines, what happened to
him might just as easi'y happen to a *5 50 t* bbl
B arley — $ 1 40<7>; 1 50 V ce n ta l.
man with one wife, That a subtile
G reen A pples . - 37^ @ 5 0 c
and powerful intluence may be ox- j O nions — $ 1 (? $1 75 p 100 lbs.
erted over a man in this way is an
B etter — E xtra d a iry 25 @ 3 0 c V lb ;
E gos — 2 7 c
unquestionable fact, and in tho ma
P oultry - - G ro w n c h ic k e n s , $3 GO
jority of cases it is exercised with
(if 3 50
good effect,for woman, as a rule, has
W ool — 22(5.3 0 c
higher aims, truer instincts and loft
ier views of life than man. Hence
Forest Grove Retail Market.
tho j roverbial saying, that a bad
CORRECTED W EEKLY.
woman is worse than a bad man, Wheat, tV' bushel.....................
63 . . . .
barrel.. ................... 4 50.........
owes much of its force to the fact Flour,
Meal, r* ^ .......................
°j» • • • • •
that when woman falls, her fall is Corn
Potatoes, ^ bushel.....................
3 7 5 0
25 . .
all the deeper because she falls from , Fggs, fresh p doz...................
3 0 ....
Butter, £0<><1 fresh role p lb
a higher level than man. And it is Chickens, "p doz...................
150(5* 3 0O
because her intluence is often exert Bacon, si<les ^ fl>...............
20 (c 25
Cheese, f* lb...........................
ed without its being suspected by Dried Plums, "p lb...............
its subject that it is more disastrous Dried Apples, "p lb ..............
2 ft 50 .
Syrup,V l'**'-:. (r e t a il)........
when it tends to evil. Solomon’s Coffee, (retail) 'p lb_ ..........
•2 7 j;
7T>. . .
wives did that which no man in his
2 5 ..
Tea, Green, (retail) 'p tb ...
5 0 ...
empire could have done— they per Salmon, best f> barrel...
verted the wisest of men.Toward the
Lard. Ip'tb .............................
close of his sermon the preac'ier re- Mutton, 'p lb.........................
ferred to some of Ylie influences
Pork, “p l b ...........................
which might have been expected—to Veal, ‘p tb . .........................
hind t Solomon’s fall, and first to Fish (fresh) “p tb.................
Fish,(salt) V l b . . ...............
his ago. Many men in middle life,
said Dr. Liddon, think that, as they
grow older they grow better, or, at ,
any rate, do not grow worse; that
tliev are kept by routine and fixed
habits from any great fall; but Solo
mon’s history and our own expe
New Revised Ed ition.
rience proves thc contrary, for the
course of the soul as years go b is out Entirely rewritten by the ablest writers on
every subject. Printed from new type, and
upward and onward, but too often illustrated with Several Thousand Engrav
downward and backward. After in ings and Maps.
stancing the cases of Judas and De-
mas as of men who fell in old age, The work originally pubis lied under tlw
and pointing out that the assertion title of T he N ew A merican C ycloisedw
was completed in 1863, since which tint«
that “ a hoary head is a crown of the wide circulation which it has nttainei
glory” hangs on the appended con in all parts of the United States, and th*
signal developments which have taken plae*
dition “ when it is found in the way in every branch of science, literature, an.
of righteousness.” Dr. Liddon sai 1 art, have induced the editors and publisher,
to submit it to an exact and thorough revis
that as age does not
insure man ion, and to issue a new edition entitle«
against moral ruin, so t makes ruin T he A merican ( yclop . icdia .
Within the last ten years the progress o'
more dreadful when
it has taken discovery in every department of knowl
pla?e. Nt it :er, added the preacher, edge has made a new work of reference a:
did Solomon’s knowledge prevent
The movement of political nff.iirshns kep*
his fall. Altnough he was a master pace with the discoveries of science, are
their fruitful application to the industria
of natural science, of constructive anil useful arts and the convenience and re
skill, of the rules of administration tin« m nt of social life. Great wars and con
sequent revolutions have oeonred, invoh
and of all the ing national changes of peculiar moment
rules of human life then known, as The civil war of our own country, whiel
was at its height when the last volume o
also of all spiritual knowledge, still the old work ajfpearod, has happily beet
he fell. Tho
old Greek thought ended, and a nyw course of commercia
and industrial 'activity has been com
that knowledge and virtue were a meaced.
Large accessions to our gecenphien
the bottom the same
knuwlt d »e have been made bv the in lefati
some modern speakers and writers gable e\ph>rersof Africa.
The great political revolutions of the Ins
on education also take this view,and
die ule, with the natural result of the laps,
to think that if only knowl of time, have brought into public view i
edge, human and religious, is sup multitude of new men, whose names are ii
every one’s mouth, and of whose lives even
plied, the kingdom of heaven will at one is curious to know the particulars
battles have been fought and import
once begin on earth. Solom on’s Great
ant sieges maintained, of which the details
history proves the contrary, for his are ns vet preserved only in the newspa
pers or in the transient publications of th*
knowledge only made his fall all the day,
but which ought now to take theii
place in permanent and authentic listory.
it m a n a h y l i
b cc l i t
But the kiss of all kisses is the
climatic one—the lover's one—the
lirst touch of lips together that are
1 e iceforward to be all in all to each
other. And for this kiss who would
not ask for fresh lips? W ho cares
for lips that have been common to
lovers before? I always meant to l e
the first-comer in a woman’s heart.
Fresh lips or none for me. ’Tis a
sigh from a man’s heart, more piti
ful in that he is strong and not
t o mg.
In his pure heart and life,
oue day, a pair of wistful blue eyes,
two rosy lips and a girlish voice
crept in, but only crept in to make
for themselqes a grave in the before
unbroken ground, where nestling
down in its depths, they were left
undisturbed. It is the old story:
In preparing the present edition for the
press, it has accordingly been the aim o!
Other lips pressed hers after, as they
Tell Your Mother.
the editors to bring down the information
had before, his turn, and still anoth
to the latest possible dates, and to furnish
dn accurate account of the most recent dis-
er had the better right to weep over
I wonder hew many
girls tell o v c iit . in science, of every fresh produc
her coffin—but die,hi that hour past, their mother anything. Not those tion in liceiature. and of the latest inven
had crept iu and hurried herself in “ young ladies” who, going to and tions in the practical arts, as well as to give
succinct and original record of the prog
one man’s heart forever.
How from school, smile, bow
and ex- ress of political and historical events.
The work lias been begun after long and
many lives we know not of are h o v -. clia, ge n ,teg and pictures with thc
careful preliminary labor, and with the
enng over an open grave,in to which j youn,, Inen who m;lke fun of thcm ino st j n pie r* m m cesft r carrying on to n
has nestled something we loved the and their pictures,
spoakin „ in a
None of the original stereotype plates
way that would make their cheeks have beeen used, but every page has been
Common sense dictates that we burn with shame if they heard it.All printed on new type, forming in fact a new
Cyclopasdia, with the same plan and com
must not expect too much of mortal
pass as its predecessor, but with a far great
man or woman. We are all tainted
er pecuniary expenditure, and with such
with the original sin, and total de young ladies, they will do, although improvements in its composition as have
pravity has been a catching disease they will gaze at your fresh voting been suggt sted by longer experience and en
or some time. I doubt not that, face admiringly, or send or give you larged knowledge.
Tho illustr itions which are introduced
though the number may be small,
charming verses or boquets. No for the first time in the present edition have
there are more fre.-ii girls lips to be
been added not for th«» sake of pictorial ef
tki-sed to-day than fresh manly lip matter what “ other girls d o ,” don’t fect, but to give greater lucidity and force t(
flirtations the explanations in the text. They embrace
to kiss them. 1\ hat man has a light iJ’ou fl° it. School-girl
all branches of science and of natural histo
to demand more th in he can give?
end disastrously, ns many a ry, and depict the most famous and remark
Alas! but the girls do not echo foolish, wretched young girl could able features of scenery, architecture, and
art, as well as the various processes of me
the cry! They know there is little |
tell you. Your yearning for some chanics aiur manufactures. Although in
use to expect fresh lips, and, wise in
tended fo rinstrm lion rather than embellish
their generation, cease to ask for ! 0,10 to loVe if* il fifreat need of every ment, no pains have been spared to insure
them. They take the good the gods woman’s heart. But there is a time their artistic excellence; the cost of their
offer them and ask not who has had , for everything. D on’t let the bloom I execution is enormous, and it is believed
thnn before. Thank God there are j and freshness of your heart be they will find a welcome reception ns an ad
mirable feature of the Cyclopaedia, and
men who can a->k for fresh lips.
worthy of its high character.
Mav blessings rest on the pure, rosy
This work is sold to Subscribers onlv,
< nt*s that shall be lifted uu to meet i der yourselves truly intelligent, and, payable on delivery of each volume. It will
theirs in tho old-fashioned betrothal above all, tell your mother every be completed in sixteen large octavo vol-
each containing about W00 pages,
kiss. — .Iran Gold.
Never be ashamed to tell her, fully illustrated with several thousand Wood
and with numerous colored
who should be jo u r best friend and Engravings,
P r e d ic tio n s o f H en ry (la y .
confidant, all you think and feel. It
P r im and S tyle o f B in d in g.
In extra Cloth, y>er vol.,................... f5.0fl
In view of the scenes now trans is strange that many young girls will
In Library Leather, per m l.,............. fi.OO
piring in the thc South it may be tell every person before “ mother”
In Half Turkey Monaco, per vi>/.,
In Half Tlusin, extra ijill, per vol.
well to rejiroduee tho prophecy of
In Full Monaco, antique, i/ilt ed/es,
Henry Clay in 1813, in
which he she si il> know. It is sad that in-
P 'rio l.,-- •............... '.......... 10,00
In Full Ilussia, per vol.,..................... m.00
ersons should know more
said: “ The agitation of the question d Ifero
Four volumes now ready. Succeeding
of Slavery in the Free States will: about h> fair young daughter than volumes, until completion, will ho issued
once in two months.
I irst— Destroy :.ll harmonv. Sec she doer
- 'Specimen pages of the A merican
on d —Lead to division. Third—To
C yclo ^. kdia , showing type, illustrations,
Ofen “ he who runs may read,"but etc., will he sent gratis, on application.
poverty. Fourth—To war. F ift h -
I I R S T - f LASS < ANVASKINO A 0 ENT 8 W ANTED
he is not able to read while
To thc ex term ina: ion of tho black
Address the Publishers,
runniii". Put your advertisement
race. Sixth —To ultimate military
IK A P P L E T O X d C O .,
in a newspaper rather than on the
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/ • r ih t
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noucing that he has returned f»om visiting
the principal Hospitals of Europe, and has
resumed practice at hisDispensary,623Kear-
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ney street, corner of Commercial, San Fran
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H EET MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRU
The Doctor has spared neither time nor
money in seeking out new remedies,nnd has
returned with increased facilities for the al
MENTS and MUSICAL
leviation of human suffering.
S e m in a l W e a k n e s s .
emission, the consequece of self
abuse. This solitary vice, or depraved sex
F O R K ST -U R O rt
ual indulgence, is practiced by the youth of
both sexes to almost unlimited extent, pro
ducing,with unerringeertainty the following
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memory.hectic flushes, pimples and various
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monomania and frequently insanity.If relief
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mediately either by person or by letter, nnd
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that he was cured of this complaint by ei
ther of the Sun Francisco quacks.
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C u re d a t Il'iiiit * .
Great Power.* Richness,Sweetness and Fin*
Persons nt a distance may be CURED AT
singing Quality, as well ns Great Purity ol
Intonation and Harmoniousness throughout HOME bv addressing a letter to Dr. Gibbon,
stating case symptoms, length of time the
he entire scale, it is fast driving almost ah
disease 1ms continued, and have medicines
>ther Pianos from the Concert Room, and
prom ply forwarded, free from damage and
ally explains how \S I. 111. K shows an in-
curiosity, to any part of the country, with
reuse of 20 S per cent., and yet cannot sup- full and plain directions for use.
jlv the dtunaud.
Persons writing to the Doctor will please !
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By inclosing f 10 coin, in a registered let-1
— :o :—
ter through the PostOffice.or through Wells, |
Fargo ACo,,n package of medicine will be j
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All correspondence strictly confidential.
he State, for the Celebrated
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San Francisco. Postofficc Box 1 ,0 5 7 -
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(fi* p a rty
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o f P R O G R E S S fT K
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iu periority o f W orkm anship,
it the f e e r l e t t mnd o o tèp o ë e n — -— -
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And insures success in nUy business.
G i r a r d ’ s S ecret .—Stephen Girard tsed
MADE FROM THE REST SEASONED
to say,in his old age: “ I have always c6H- i
fo^ ÍVaihington Óoünfy andit
sidereo advertising liberally nnd long to b<
the gi eat medium of success in business, and
the prelude to wealth, And I nave mnde if
\ hereforf inra ln Ab leid All o f our eifiten*
an invariable rule ta advertise in the dullest
times as well as the busiest; long experience
having taught me that money thus spent it
PRICES AS LOW AS WOnTHLF.SS PIANOS CAN well laid out, ns by continually keeping my
business before the public it h is scciurd
HE OBTAINED ELSEWHERE.
many sales thatl otherwise would have lost.’
f j 'T h e man who didn’t believe in adver
tising has gone into partnership with tht
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sher ff and that official does the advertising.
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