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FL O ITWVILL», OAL. ItlwÀqr Mmlar. .Talr St, lilt. OXXOCKATIC NOMINEES. ITATI TICKET. rom ootispos: John b. McConnell. FOB UtCTSSin OOTSSSa* : JASPER OTAR HELL. D. O. BHATTUCK, H. P. BARBOUR, r» < tritici or m nnm coon : W. O. WALLACE, ros iTTMin uniti: TOD ROBINSON, in tsbascsbs: THOMAS PIHDLAY. roa omMin: S. H. BROOKS. PM SOITITM WDU: HORACE A. HIOLBY. tot cun or m nrun coon : CHARLES S. FAIRFAX, rea ititi Furm ; M. B. CARR. COUNTY TICKET. POI AUBMILTHIK A. D. Rook, Danlal Searlsi, J. D. Rankin, D, M. Boyd. Pit Coatti JaJfo. . Por BaonJa. Ckaa. Meredltk. I W. I. Thomas. Por dovici Stura*?, ì Por Tmooror, ■. W. Sanderson. William Roush. Por Morii, Frad. Bakar. Per Aoiooior, G. W. Olffln. Pa Colite ter M. O, Griaith. Por Coma, John Tsaacher, Por Okrk, Ogdon Sqntraa, Pa lorttra, Josapk L. Daadp. i Pa Pnblk Sdalautma, Lewis Foster, Pa topaoiaa, M CUttkt, J* O. HtHartap. KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE! Every OtUaen may freely speak, sprits and publish hl« sentiments on all sub jects, being rospo osible for the abuse of that right) and no lasp shall be pasted to restrain or abridgs the liberty of epeeob or of the Prete. (Gì sdii al lo» of Cal ijbrnta, Art. /, Sea. ». Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of Religion, or prohib iting the free exercise thereof: or abridg ing the freedom of Speech or of the Press. (dsioadisMli lo ContiUìUlcn U. 8, Art I. ClUt/ Castrai Committee. Tba members of the El Dnrsdo County Mem oonuo Central Committee wilt meet in Placer ville, on Saturday next, August Xd, at the offlca of tba Mountain Dxhocbat ; also, tbs uomiocct of said parly, made at IheCon vantino held JuqaTlh, 18*1. All ara requeued to be punctual in attendance. By order, ISAAC S. TITtrS. riaoervillc, July 27, 1981. Chairman. Bab Tasti.— Wo think it in exceeding ly bsd taste for the regularly labeled and endorsed organ of the Douglas party to call the Republicans of this Stato Aboli tionists, and charge them with being wil ling to "let the Union slide.” We have nothing to say as to the truth of the mat ter,—that ia a question for them to settle between themselves ; but when it is re membertd that the two parlies united their tickets in 1849, voting for a nomi nee of each for Congreaaisen, it muat be acknowledged that it is exceedingly bad taate in the one to call the other hard names now. These simon puro Demo crats could units with “ Abolitionists” who wanted to “ let the Union slide," on ly two years ago, but now they detest and abhor them and their doctrines. Con sistency is a jewel. Tars to rm Lems.—Judge Taney, in his opinion on the suspension of the habem eorput, says : “ I can only say, that if tha authority which the Constitu tion baa confided to the Judiciary Depart ment and Judicial officers, may thus, upon any pretext or under any circumstances, bo usurped by the military power at its discretion, tba people of the United States are no longer living under a government of laws, but every citizen holds life, lib erty and property at the will and pleas ure of tha array officer in whoso military district bo may happen to be found.” And because he would not see the Con stitution violated, he is denounced bv # • I Lincoln's minions as a rebel and traitor. How toe TELtoEArn Woks. —Below it a fair «ample of the style of despatches published on the Atlantic side. Similar errors, no doubt, occur on this side. The Philadelphia Jnquirtr, of a late date, garo birth to this good 'un ; Messrs. Lolland, Stamford, and T. G. Phelps, are the leading Republican can didates for Governor, with the probabili ties in favor of tho former receiving the nomination. Governor Downey, Eugene Captrly, John Pennek and John Bidwcll are among the aspirants on the Douglas ticket. __ Til Washington letter writers ear the expense of the Government is not less than f 1.000,000 per day, one half of which Is ehtalag*. The party now in power never bad a chance to steal before, and they have an inkling that they will never have another chance, which accounts for the greedy madness with which they rush at the Treasury. 4 Convention of polities) desperadoes—we eeonot net s more applicable word—will frame a ticket with the elmoet avowed intention of electing the Blaek Republican Abolition can didate fur Governor. We bear this on tba streets, w the public barrooms, and In privata drolea.—S. U. NtrmJd. Especially in the public barrooms, where yen most do congregate. A Republican exchange says ; “ Lot ns wipe out Slate linee— l am tired of living in e Stai* ; I want to livo in a oewnfry " Alas, Mr, we fear you will al ways continue to live in s “ Skate of sin end misery." Ret. Da. Adams aaya, " that all who feogtit in this war and died, would go to Heaven, no matter whether they xere professing Christians or not" The feme of nod Peter the Hermit era ■otr indagar of losing their prestige. tin Dayton Jkspsw is asking such m|w inasti l~r. as the following : “What MihspM by this war? What will far fas eoontry, the people «fa» Ver* or Spot*. the white or black ! IGcet" i Democratic State Cnmlln—Oar Ticket* The Democratic Slate Convention, held at Sacramento on the 28d, was one of un usual strength so far aa regarded the tal ent and political experience of ita mem ber. It waa justly remarked, by a prom inent opponent of the Democratic party, that any man might be proud and esteem it an honor to be permitted to participate In its deliberations. Kxamiue its fist ol delegates, and upon it will be found the names of gentlemen pre-eminent for char acter, eloquence and genius—gentlemen of stainless reputation and matchless ability,who have distinguished themselves in the political history of our State. It embraced more men of the party, strong in intellect and familial ity with public affairs, than we have ever seen gathered in a similar body. It waa a dignified, earnest convention of representatives, im pressed with the importance of the occa sion, who strove, while giving utterance to the honest sentiments of their constit uents, to preserve the harmony of the parly. We think every intelligent and impartial observer, must have boen ini pressed with the sincero and upright in tentions of the Convention, and with the conviction that its members, however widely they differed in opinion on some points at Ilio outset, had no st-lflsh or fac tious purposes in view, but were anxious to place the party on such a platform as they thought would best promote its prosperity and the success of true Demo cratic principles. Tho veiy flower of the late Douglas party took parti» its proceedings, indorsed its platform, pledged (Ik ir support to its nominees, and some of them were the re cipients of its favor. Major Hammond and Humphrey Griffith, Douglas Electors last year, addressed the Convention in lofty and impassioned language and ex pressed their approval of the platform and their determination to work zealously for the success of the ticket. Nugent, Ran dolph and McConnell, all able and influen tial Douglas men, with a number of oth era whom we could name had we tho space, heartily indorsed the platform. They justly look upon the platform n hich the Constitutional Democracy hare adopt ed as the only true one upon which the Union can atand—on which the Govern ment can be administered—for it contains the true tenet» of Democratic faith, which have descended in all their purity from tho days of Je (Tersoti and Jackson, and have time and time again received the in dorsement and approval of the greatest, wisest and purest statesmen of the nation. By that platform they will always stand. The differences in the Convention were its most interesting feature, for the rea son that they disclosed an earnestness of purpose in relation to principles, which is seldom seen in such a body, and which elevated it abovo the character of most gatherings of this description. The con flict of opinion waa solely in reference to tho interpretation of the platfoim. Vati ous propositions w ith respect lo tin's were submitted by different gentlemen. A full discussion, distinguished for its earnest ness and ability, took place, and was at tended with bcneticial results. The con flict of such minds as those of Lindloy, Robinson, Thompson, Crittenden, Hey don felt, Terry, Bolts, Holt and others, enabled the Convention in tho end to har monize with quite an unexpected degree of unanimity upon the platform, which is satisfactory to the Democracy of the State. Tho platform, to use the language of a distinguished old line Democrat, “em braces the true tenet* of the Democratic erred, asenunclated by Thomas Jefferson." It is unobjectionable to Democrat». With pride and pleasure and exultation the Democracy of California can point to tho nominees of the Convention of the 23d. They are all men of irreproachable character, of piinciple. of intellect. They are not needy politicians, bankrupt In name and fortune, but men distinguished for their attachment to principle. Some of them have held offices of trust and re sponsibility, and filled them with marked integrity and ability. They are not new, inexperienced, untried men, but men known and respected throughout the State. It ia tho best ticket ever preaent ed to the people of California—a ticket worthy of the esteem and entitled to the support of every lover of his country— a ticket ereditatilo to the party which nominated it and to the State whose des tinies will bo conflded to it» keeping—a ticket which command» universal respect. The issues and ticket» are now before the people. If they deem the Interests of the Union paramount to all other inter ests—a» wc think they do—they w ill act with that party which is the embodiment of nationality, and that party is the Dem ocratic party. Tho Democratic party is the only one that commends itself to the support of national Union-men. But tho platform and follower» of the other par ties are fanatical and sectional, and this fact la daily becoming more apparent to the intelligent people of California. Report of Board of Health. Tn the Itnyor n*4 Comma* C'i'incil of the City nf Ploennitle ; Otimutiy : Under tn Ordinance paaeed hr your body on the 22d of June Uit, (he undereigned were appointed a Cnard of Health, to examine into and report upon the aa ni Cary condition of our city, which baa been riailed by • few canea of atnall-pox, within the put few mootba. Your Board baring duly inreatlgated the matter for which they were appointed. Sod that, on or about the let of June, a lady tiring nome two tnllra from the city, returned front a riait to Sea Franciacn, and directly thereafter waa taken with tha rariolnid, bnt aoon recov ered ; aubaequaoMy, three nf ber children were taken Mil tba diaeaae and died. After which there were aoote three nlbar canes, within ball a mile of the city limita, who were duly pro rtded for and recovered. On the t*d of Jane a cane occurred in the city, and on recommen dation of the Board of Health, the Common Canneti promptly provided for bin removal and treatment ontaide of the city limita— atnee which time them hare been lire other caaea in the city, all of whom bare been duly provided for, end all are now well, except two, and they are rapidly recovering. Under the prevent efficient ayatem adopted by tba Common Conneil, there can be but little or no chance for the further apread of the dia eaae. Reapeotfully aubmitted. 0. HARVEY, M. D.. H. W. A. WORTHEN.M D. JNO. COOKE, M O. riacervillr, July 2'*h, 1881. Th. rmMnn'irMMmlln. •* Leaf there be lome «inexaintfa m lb* mind» ef candid men ns to a hai in to be thf count* o the Government toward» the Southern htatet, •fter the rebellion shall hafc been aappresaad, the Executive deema it proper to a*»? that he *ill be guided by the Couatitutioii and the Una ; and that he will probably have no differ ent imderatanding of the powera and duties of the Federili Government relative to the righte of the State» and the people, tinder the Conati* tniion, than vsta expressed in hi» Inaugural Addreaa. lie cleairca to preaerve the Govern ment, that it nitv be admituaiered for all. ua it waa administered by ilio- e who made it. Loval cifi/ena everywhere have the right to claim tbia of the Government, and the Goverouieot bua uo right to withhold or neglect it.” The above extract from President Lin coln's late Message, is quoted by the editor of the Mnryaville Appetii to prove to the National Democrat that the President is not amenable to the charge of Abolition ism in consequence of a hifalulin passage in that document, which,, in the opinion of the Democrat, squinted that way. To our mind it proves nothing of the sort. If it be proper to employ one paragraph separately as a witness to the President's conservatism, it is assuredly equally fair and proper to employ any other separate paragraph to prove the converse ; and, if the Appeal can rely on its quotation, the Democrat can certainly rely upon the para graph that arouses its fears, the more especially since its tone is in tune with formerly expressed sentiments of the President. If it is not Abolitionism, we are free to admit that we do not under stand «hut the President means in the following sophotnoiical passage: “Tbia it essentially » people's contra! on dii» aldo of dm world, for tbst turni and substance nf government whose leading object is to ele vate tbc Condiltuo of men; to lift artificial wclghla from our shoulders ; to cle.irlhe paths of laudable pursuits for til; to afford all an unlettered atari nml fair chance in the race of life, yielding to the partial and temporary de paiture» troni necessity. This is die leading object of lbs Onvei umeul, for whose existence we contend.” In lite paragraph quoted by the Appeal to prove conservatism, the President doee not say “ ho will have no different under standing o( the powers and duties of the Federal Government relative to the rights of the Slates and the people under the Consti tu lion, than was expressed in his Inaugural Address.” On the contrary, he intimates that his “ understanding" is liable to be different, by saying he will "probably have no different understand ing.” thus leaving a door open in the thin partition wall between Republicanism and Abolitionism. Nor would his unqualified declaration that tba rights of the States and the people under the Constitution should be respected and preserved under his Administration, bo of any value, since ho has trampled upon the most sacred rights of the people, by authoiizing his minions to exercise a power that the Con stitution gives only to the National Con gress, ami which the Queen of Great Di Usiti could not exercise in her heredi tary dominions, under (he British Consti tution—tire suspension of the writ of bab.nt eorpm —and has also violated the rights of property in seizing private tele grams and letters. Wo think the editor of the Appeal free from Abolitionism, yet the candidate on the same ticket with him, for Attorney General, is an Abolitionist of the —most ultra character, and, unless greatly misunderstood, is of the opinion that every slave in the South should bo freed before the civil war that is now drenching the country with fraternal blood shall be permitted to terminate. The sentiment of tho Republican parly ia fast sinking into tho most fanatical Abolition ism, and it is time that the honest mem bers of the party were opening their eyrs to the fact, lest they, too, fall into tbc sink into which Giddings and Garrison and Sumner have so long been endeavor ing to plunge them. Usropiu.*n.—-From all parts of the State we learn that the ticket nominated by the mongrel Fourth of July Conven tion, has been coldly received. The true Democrats in the Douglas ranks scornfully repudiate it. The nominees stand upon a platform w hich Is more ultra and ob jectionable than (he Republican, and which no follower of Jefferson and Jack son can approve without a reflection upon the Fathers of tho Demdcrilic parly. The nominees and the platform are unpopular, and neither con receive the support of an intelligent and patriotic people. The best evidence of tho truth of this asser tion is tho fact that hundreds of Douglas Democrats are joining their Dreckinridgo brethren. There can be but two parties —one opposed to, the other in favor of the present Administration. He who in* dorses the Administration Is s Republi can at heart and properly belongs to the Republican party. Ignorino Party.— The Hanford (Con necticut) Timet, referring to the contempt iblo course of the Republican papers in relation to removals of Democrats from office, says, “wo d» not object to the appointment of Republicans to office in the place of Democrats. Our opponents have the power, and if they chose to take the offices, very well. But lot them havo the courage to do it openly and avow their purposes to do it. Let us hear no more of the hypocritical cant of ‘ no party,' or that there is now ‘ only one party !' Let them be honest enough to avow tho prin ciple on which they really act, that ‘to the victors belong tho soils ! Let them do this and go on with their removals and they will hear no sniveling from Demorsi». All honest men despise their insincerity.” A Fame Charge.—The organ of the Douglasites at San Francisco charges that the Democracy nre about to place them selves in alliance with the Republicans. Such a charge is so notoriously and ab surdly false that it scarcely deserves no tice. Tho Douglas party, after having resorted to every artifice to secure union of Republicanism with itself and disgracefully failed, nt>w wishes to im plicate the true Democracy in a similar attempt. It won't go down with the peo ple, Mr. Herald. “ Whom the Gods would destroy they first make mad," and desperate, barefaced lying is prima faci» evidence of madness. Massachusetts has given the following sums to the support of the war : Individual Subscription» | *>(1,000 Stale Loan 7,000,000 Hank Loam 6,000,000 Total 912,610,000 This same Massachusetts gave for the support of tba war of 181* 9000,000 For the Mexican war 000,000 Integrity, however rough, is far better than smooth dissimulation. Butler (iltlaf lai* BU 04». We have no doubt but that Gen. Butler has conducted the military operations of bis district, since, he has been in com* mend, with all the earnestness of a loyal soldier and with as much ability and suc cess as would any other officer in the service of the Federal Government who could have been put in his position. For a while his movements met with nothing but commendation from the blood and thunder press,—he was the purest of patriots, a model officer, the eery beau ideal of gallantry and courage, in abort the very man for the position he occupied. They vied with each other in sounding his just praise, and had any one then at tempted to dim the luster of hia renown he would have been at once denounced ns a slanderer. Now, however, some of the immaculate patriots, thinking, doubtless, that he stands In the way of some Repub lican hero in eruhryo , are endeavoring to impeach not only his sagacity and ability as a soldier but even his loyalty to the Government whose commission he bears. Such infamy is without a parallel, and In any other tiroes would bo rebuked in thunder tones by our generous people, but now we fesr that too many will lend a willing ear to the vile slanders and the gallant Holler will be convicted of “ trea son" to make room for some “ paper Gen eral” whose unspotted sword dangtea gracefully between his startled legs. The fact is, Duller has acted like a true soldier in restraining his men from the commis sion of outrages upon the persona and property of the people in his district, and has discharged prisoners, taken without amis in their hands, upon their taking the oath of allegiance to the United States Government, thus failing to satisfy the appetite fir blood and rapine of his as sailants. Here is an extract from a letter to the Philadelphia Inquirer, dated at Fortreas Monroe, Juno 2dth, which we publish as a sample ; ‘‘Great dismilafactinn et Genera) Rutter* movements, and deep suspicions at tobts loyal ty, which for some lime have been emniilderlng, ere now beginning la burn. Kepecially do the New York troops muniteli these reeling*. The Ii resa have been threatened with oatiaciim. and :rpt quiet for a long time on the Dig Hi-lhel a Bair aa well aa on this tuple. If the truth be known, aa it has rocenllv appeared here, Gen. Huller. and not General Pierre, is to be cen sured fir thu Qiagoiliceel blunder of the 10th of June. The orders given General Pierce for the engagement w«re protested against bv him as Imponile. The carrying of them forward was mipenoneljr demanded by General Uniter, and in obedience they were executed to (he letter by the unfortunate General Pierce, upon whom the storm of public censure since boa been turned. It la commonlv reported here that the ambi tion of General tlutler haa perched itself upon the While House, sud that, by this course, be experts, after Ibe present troubles are resolved, lliul Southern votes will bo added In effect that consummation of hia withe: in electing him to the I’resiilcnlal chair. There i« a rumor here that th* officers of the regular service within the fort are preparing a petition, which will be signed and presented lu the proper authorities, desiring the removal of (lenenti Uutler from this post. In this the New York troops will moat certainly join, a* • her are clamorous that a .Major General from their own State should be sol over them here. I am assured liuti mane of «he attirerà of both the volnnieer* and regular service will decline to act again in a battle planned by him. PiTcmxn litio Him —The Colonia Timet, in its last Issue, selects Mr. Eastman, the Republican nominee for District Attorney, end devotes an article of nearly a column to a rather rough treatment of his claims to the support of the people for that office. According to our contemporary, the gen tleman was not a proper man to he nomi nated for the position. It safk he haa not sufficient legal knowledge to perform the duties of the office, nor will ho have been in tho State, on election day, a suffi cient length of time to constitute him an elector. These are grave charges, and Mr. Eastman had better refute (hem in his speech at Colonia, next week, or with draw from the canvass. Sick or it.— lion. J. W. McCorkle, who was announced to accompany Mr. Whit man on a stumping expedition, has re tired from tho field to attend to a sick friend, and Joe McKibben bos taken hie place. It is shrewdly suspected that Wc- Corkle is disgusted with the ticket aod will express bis contempt for it publicly before the election. Ei-Pkcsidekt Piekc* os top Wan,— The Boston Post publishes a letter from Ex-President Pierce, which concludes as follows : “ Tho very idea of the dismemberment of the Union has always been to me one of terrible sipnilicr.nce. Still, If it bolds a plr.ee in the inevitable march of lime— if the noblo fabric must totter to ita fall there is, I humbly hope, no inexorable necessity that its ruins be stained with gore. If our fathers were mistaken, and timo haa developed in our system, or if the madness of their sons has planted (hero the germ of an ‘irrepressible conflict* which forbids us longer to live together in peace, then in peace and on juat terms let us separate. Fearful will be the re sponsibility of those who would cast the lest element ol human woe—that of arms for fratricidal slaughter—into the general chans. If the wisdom of man may God in his mercy guide us.” Tok Cincinnati Press talks out in the Republican meeting, and owns up the truth as to the motives of the war. Hear it: " The time for moral cowardice ia past. We have no Union ; let us avow it, and place our action in terms, aa in (act, upon thu right ground—war for the sake of peace. “ We are repelling invasion, laying the foundation of a new nationality, getting happily rid of dangerous and discordant elements; and, for the sake of tranquility in the future, went no copartners who do not voluntarily seek our society.” Toe Wisconsin Tribuns thus graphi cally describes the objects of the'pt'eaent wsr: “ We believe we but echo the sentiment Of the entire North, end many loyal tons of the South, when we say, make no com promise with traitor* except at the and of a hempen cord ; settle forever the question of chattel slavery, and make our nation a nation of freedom.” Tde London Timss, of May 7th, says policies of insurance have been opened there for £1,000,000 of California bullion from Panama to London, « these consign ments being diverted from New York in consequence of the peril of capture." Grasshoppir Pm.—These insects have destroyed the gardens end stripped fruit trees of foliage in various portions of Amador county. They bava also de voured everything in some parts of Teba mi A Declaration frani a Member af the CaWrfMi To the hoollh of (he President and the S*c rriory <>f War, Ike Utter responded. He Mid he mold scarcely mlito that by ili« Secretary of War »aa meant fcinaaelf, for fl seemed bai a brief period aiaca he teas a journeyman In Ibe ..ffiie of hit friend on Ibe right—Colonel Seaton. Speaking of the war, he said that though not three month» had yet rlapaed ainca its incep tion. a quarter of a million of eolunleera were in the field, and In aiz month» Ibe number sill be increaard to a half million. Tk* deluded Aringa in Mr .Sr>wM. who** ineoUnce tea ha re horn* for <1 quarter of a century, mutt it lui dueJ. ani the Preeid'ent mill not Ut Iti ear eoi until all the multe which produced it an re mora/, and when the war terminate!, we ihall hear no more of Virfiniani ai lurh, or of Xortk Caroliniam, or of South Carolinian*, hut we ihall all ie Americani , one and inJiviiiUe. The Albany Arguì, which supports the war, thus comments on the above t “ The foregoing Is an extract from the Wash ington correspondence of the New York Timet, and professes to give Ibe substance of a speech by Secretary Cameron, at a dinner of the St. Andrew’s Society. What docs he mean ? " The deluded beings in the South must be subdued"—“ the Presi* dent will not let this war end until all the causes which produced it are removed"— “ when the war terminates, we shall hear no more of Virginian» as such," etc., etc. What does this language mean except this : “ The proplu of the South are to be conquered and subjugated—the Presi-' dent will not let the war end till slavery is abolished—when the war ends we shall hear no more of State linea and Slate rights, but shall have one grand consoli dated government." What else than this can Secretary Cameron’s language mean? I» this the policy of the Administration, and has Secietary Cameron been deputed to put it forth in this unofficial form ? Is this war to be waged to reduce the people to vassalage—to overturn the domestic institutions of the States—to destroy Stsle rights no that we shall no longer hare an existence as New Yorkers or Virginians, but all be merged in a grand scheme of consolidation ? I» this the entertainment to which we are all invited? Under the pretence of supporting the Constitution, is it to be subverted ? If Secretary Cam eron is correctly reported by the Timet, he advances doctrines as treasonable as those of Jefferson Davis, and is an enemy of the Republic. This is not the first lime he has thus vaguely put forth simi lar views concerning the object of the war. The President and Ihe other members of the Cabinet owe it to the country and themselves to let it be known whether Mr. Cameron speaks for the Administra tion. For ifsnch be the object ol the war, there are a hundred thousand muskets now in the field, which will never be used to overthrow ihe Constitution. Our breve men have taken their liros in their hands and gone forth— ss they supposed—to maintain the authority and the integrity of our government, as our fathers formed it, and they will never turn aside from such a holy purpose, to wage an abolition crusade, to subjugate the people of a por tion of the Stales, and to annihilate State rights and the sccutily and protection of the citizen afforded by the State govern ments. After repealed declarations of this kind from one member of the Cabinet, it is high time that the Administration distinctly defined its position." As Ismtarx.—lngratitude is one of the hnsebl emotions of the human heart, and when a public man announces himself an ingrate, from the stump, it is reasonable to suppose that be considers his fortunes desperate. In the year 1859 twrtrsl thou sand Republicans cast their votes for Hon. J. C. McKibbcn, for Member of Congress from this Stale, and thereby, having done all in thyir power to aid and befriend bim, every manly heart must feel that even as a party they became entitled lo bis grati tude. This feeling should gather intensity, too, from the fact that their support was solicited, nay, antrealcd, by tbo gentle man and his friends. But the virtuous Joseph seems lo indine to the idea that gratitude for pati services is too plebian a virtue to find place in the breast of so distinguished a gentleman as himself. In a speech at the Donglasite ratification meeting at San Francisco, he plainly gives his late supporters to understand that be is not weighed down with Ihe memory of their material aid on that occasion. He tells them be has “no compromises, no concessions to make, either to scccssionism or republicanism." Ungrateful Joseph, Ihe people will compromise with you by permitting you to forego the long and te dious journey to Washington at the ex pense of Ihe National Treasury. The Re publicans, whose principles, you say, “are as pregnant with evil to the country as aro the doctrines of Secession," wQI give you s wide berth this lime, as they think they have better men on their own ticket, end besides, they despise you for your ingratitude. Tux editor of the San Francisco Mirror urges the people of Marysville to burn the Marysville Exprttt and hang its edi tor, for daring to call in question Lincoln’s wisdom or patriotism. Tbo wretch who recommends such violent and infamous measures, boasts of his reverence for law and love of order. He malignantly wills fled President Buchanan and the Demo cratic party, but wishes tbo “ torch and halier’* to reach thorn who dare express disapprobation of Lincoln and bis policy. A man who could make such • suggestion mutt bo a black-hearted miscreant by no* turn. Riward or Patbiotism.— Gapt Charles H. Manning, of the Salem (Mass.) Light Artillery, while abaent on duly with bio company in Maryland, was removed from office in the Custom Hoooe to make room for a patriotic Wide Awake demagogue, who could not be induced to volunteer in defence of his country. It is thus that patriotism is encouraged and rewarded under Republican rule 1 It ie thus that Democrats are prescribed for differing from Lincoln 1 Ncmotor Indiai*. — The Timm of the 80th says, that the Indieaa, emboldened by the removal of the troops, have been killing cattle, and recently abet at and wounded a nattier whom property they were destroying. The <M gentleman fired beck, killing two and wounding three others I A mighty goad shot. Sbbtbo Him Riowt.—Tha Supreme Court bus decided that John Quinn is ruillv of peijory in swearing frisale to the Assessor of San Jenqnin county, re* fording tbo vaine of his property. He is sentenced to the Stsle priecn for two years. WritMa hr Ita «Milli Omm. P»pmttLT Fillwr. *' Man ha* no property la man” IcOtie of the catch phrase* maio Me of by the Abolitionist*, to prora tbo injustice and wrong in holding the negro in social •*>- ordination and making use of hi* indus trial capacity for the benefit of himself and the community at large. The falUcy of the Abolition doctrine must at once be apparent to all who will stop and reflect one moment, on the relation the Individ ual bears to the society in which be lite*. The principle has been well recognised, that it is the duty, not only of communi ties, but of individuala, to contribute each its share toward* the general well-being. The source of all wealth, being originally land and labor, no set of people have a right to seise and withhold from the ser vice of humanity at large any portion of the earth's surUc*. This is the question that underlies land reform, and it is also that which underlies servitude, as no race of men have a right to live without labor, or to monopolise the gift of Providence. The esigendo* of society require that ail should in a greater or leas degree, be pro ducers, and in the early stages of society <larery was universal, and ordered by the Divine commands, for the reason that the masses of men had not learned to appre ciate industry. This coercion of labor prevailed very generally down lo very re cent dates. It is only in modern times that human intelligence, even of the w hile race, has induced men to labor for the re ward it confers. The desire to possess property was found to be a sufficient stimulus for the majority of the white race to labor iu a free Slate ; accordingly servitude ceases to be necessary. Indeed, it became detrimental to the greatest in terests, for the reason that the free woik cr produced more than the servile laborer. This was not universally the case, how ever, but pauperism and crime were re sorted to by those who bad a distaste for labor. The law of servitude held good for these exceptions, and the work-houeaa and prisons of most civilised countries a t lllnatralive of its application. The history of the poor laws of England is fraught with instruction on this head. Io tba reign of Henry VIII., when servitude was dying out, theTVsj against paupers were very severe ; not only vycre " sturdy beg gars” subjected to severe punishment, but those who relieved or harbored them were also visited severely by the law. With the progress of civilisation, some ■melioration of these Isws took pisce ; but, alas for human nature, it wa* found that pauperism increased as relief was extend ed. Numbers of persons were content with idleness and the sustenance afforded by law, and wrung from the earnings ol (he industrious Nevertheless, as a gen eral thing, the white race will work eager ly for the reward of labor. In tbit fart exists the broad distinction hslweon the white and the black race. The latter, it Is sufficiently proved by the world's ex pci letice, will not, work at all if he can help it. Idleness ia hi* chief good, and pauperism and theft are for the nice not an unwelcome means of attaining its ob ject The ri» inolia of the black blood iasogicat, that when free, nothing can induca it to perform any but Ihs most menial offices. Tha idea of working for pay never entered into the black nature. Mungo Park, in Ida day, said : “ Hired servants, by which I mean persona of fra* condition, voluntarily working for pay, are vnknoun in .\friea,”— and no subse quent traveler, down to Dr. Livingston, has reversed that judgment In “ Lewis' West Indies," written IT rears before emancipation, it ia remarked ; '* As to a free negro hiring himself out for plantation labor, no Instance of auch a thing was ever known in Jamaica ; and probably no price, however great, would be considered by them a sufficient temp tation." Civilisation, which ia bat the arti ficial increase of man's wants, now requires a large amount of tropical and semi-trop ical productions which can only b* swe ceasAilly and sufficiently produced by the tabor of the negro. It remains to be seen whether the white men of the present day will forego the comforts of civilisation, and willingly labor to support an idle non producing negro population, for the sole gratification of self-righteous, puritanical fanaticism. W«w Arm/ OAem. Tira Administration has manufactured an army of officers, from the raw material, since the inauguration of the civil war, to the great diegust of veterana who hare served the country in subaltern positions for years. We presume Uncle Abe knowa what he's about, and is determined that those who get military position under his administration, shall be sound Republi cans, and the old fogies whom his ready made Captains, Colenels and Generala outrank and supercede, may be unsound in that particular—amy bo *• Union Dem ocrats,” whom he is not altogether will ing to trust in carrying out the ulterior objects of the war. Certain it is, that in this as in other matters pertaining to the Department over which Secretary Cam eron presides, greet outrages have been committed. A Washington latter writer says: **l have been at anew pelea, dnHsg the past week, to And out the military aataccdaoia and quali deal teas afa lana somber af aba recently appointed oOccra. The prneeaa wee dlßcult in eoma edace Sod easy la other*, but the raaalt to parte*tty appalling. Iflhaaa aflteara ate placed ia rcapoßaMMeoneaemada, net Wag bate apeotal inlerpeaiti'in ofPravideac* can aava our gattoni army team Bethel defaßaand Tiam “rasalto" witboetaumher. Metmrbo positively are igno »mrt of tea Irai ilemiute ef aalliury lotiaea, •beaa very awards nil ha dangling betwcea XSFs«r?K‘a«£^;;vsr cete wave coolly paeead ever. 1 vu glad to team te-day, that at tea Mm* tea** ahamaM appnte tonala urna made, Ovuaeal Bento phaad open reeerd hto eeraeet sad amabatto pvatoet agaiaat them. Nay. lam ceUaficd that is to owlag to a certain imperativa dentare Uo* of Ovattai Sesti, arade to the Sacre mry of War, teat I tea abara of pattar was I topped, and wttt proceed so farther. Rad it oasbeea hr this Brrn stood takes by tea vstaraa Oeacral, £9ap&BpSSS^ “ Qaaeval Benha eaderaea the reeemmasda gsganfitfrvssari That Is very kind of M General Banks." But will “ General Banka” bo ao Had m also to tell ns what ia to tracoma of, lbs posr psopla who will bass thin Black Re publican debt to pay I MARKIAGKS. «MfljMÉD— t>v J. otto n, »l th« sS»mii assy, afesr* nome—tu this fIV, « tba Itlth Inai., tba «ih of niellino Klim of * daufhtar. Inibii city, on tba «Kb Inai., tba «ifa of Jil> lIoBITH of ■ aon. Olnu-OnTuaaday, SJd Inal., al Colonia, Juatrn D. ifal «tout li yaaia. I DanMif immlfratad from Indiano in UM. Ha aia an indnairinua man, a food alilaan, a bona volani Mlfbbar and a ftantfoda Wabif—a dtttifol bnaband, and a kind and afiaoUoaala parrai Hit lota «111 to jraaily lamantad in tba conuannlly In «blab ba Utad. Ha Inatta a «lda« and «va ebiMraa ) Catholic Ckarck.— Ut». J. Lkrfkk «111 olikU ta Onr|tlMi aa «vary fini Bundey of Mn miU ; ilo, In Goloso Church no tkt tklrd Saadi;. UdM mtln «wmm it 18, k. li. Vospora, lo M. Patrick's Chunk, fknralUa, on •Tor; Biodo; «roomy, it o quarter pool 1. J;B1 Prdtootonl Ityalacopal Ckorohr— f LACRRTtLLIC. Dlrlnr Borrito at tho Coorl Hoooo rrrry Sondo; aornlnf. ut 11 o'clock ; Sondo; School •t amo plico, of t o'clock, r. a. COLOMamdarotco on Iho trot ond third "undo; oooalnfoof Iht month, •I ) o'olook. El DOR*TO— «eroico* on Iho ooeond knd monk food*; oronlofo of Iho month ol ddil o'clock. C C. prince, MtaWcr. Baolilcwco, Cor; Hoooo, PUccrrlllr. }*R Alno Gold old Stirar Mlklo| Car.— At • mortiti; of the Trookrro of the ohorr Coot pin;, hold Friday, July IBth, IRCI, on oaocoament of OHO por cool to iho Copimi Slook (On* Dotar por «boro, or foot,) troa looiod, poyohlo Wodoro/ do;, Jol; Mth, IMI, il Ih* oßco of Ih* Company, Aotolopo otrrol, mil door Sooth of Iho Coool; Clorh'o OkM. J. M. CORY, Secretary. Aurora, til no Co, Cal-, Jul; JO, lh«l. JrfMt AtlooOoldond Sllrcr Nlili| To— Thr Stockholders of tho obero Company ore berth; notified that the aharca of thoao aaho hare not paid their oooooamonti ulti ho sold at public mollar, oo Wednesday, tho nth da; of Aufusl, Ifif.l, ol It o'clock, al tho OIRro of thr Company, In aecotd anco Bilk Article Fifteen of thr Ih laoi J. M. CORV, Correlar;. A tirerò. Mono Co., Col., iul; 80, IMI. iyfT 41 Xcto Slbbcrtiscmcuts sTo;Dao. S. HAAS A. CO., _ AUCTIONEERS, — d**— U COMMISSION MERCHANTS, firc-ptMf Slot»» Building, liti», PUccrsiUt. A. II AAA ACO wn«l4 rnprdMly itlbni lk»tr fnrnds And tb* public I hai thrt ban op*n*4 am Aurliun And Co«ini»»iofi llosh a! the Abo'* named pU«*o Add b«p«. h Awidmty And atbatlM In b«- IiMII, U Mill A AbATt A# pSUOMft. KT Atte mina «till b« pAid to lb# 'piling of Stork, in of Mr : aUo, out door bolso of I sol lutato, rsrooaol Pm potter, mr Hooro bold KonuUivi, ol a Utn somm»M»umr. MW. KKlolEly Auctioneer Floe crei lie, ill; «V, IMI. Jj f 7 9tn SEW HOAD TO WAIUOE. TUB until kraoo a. nOILBY'B MOID. n MOTI flato Placet», Ho to troiai Volo;, kadm. iole., *llll*, epen fur na rri no and after Jolt ifT To okotoko «ola* aetd Ipoanoeeitenco. tbo Proprio tara mkc Urla oppartuiiily of noiifyina Ike Troroiiaf Public Ibal Iho tall buoi ho toll'ed holer» pwolnf tkroßfih the fiate, aa do reeds «HI Bo fiera ondar on; r 'reti mata urna. JytMaa R. A OiiILDT » CO THE CHARTRES COFFEE O . VENA Rl3 HAS acquired neh a reputai Inn all earr thr Pa cldc Doom that then la aeorcolf aa; demand lot other maria. NO WONDER That Inferior and epnrlntai orti, Ica ara alternated to be paaacd np aa superine 'and frnoii.e, uudet tha aaaro broad and paper ; hut DO NOT BR IMPOSED UPON! Ila camlnuf la styaerra that a-or; pa ri aye will hear, boatdoa l ha nettai brand, nr ainoarcoo to tou a# aa hr had of all tka frit,npal fiiocoit ta tha State, and at mo Pa, lory, oo Kearny otre. l. . ornar of Sutter,Ban Pronolaoo « i VRMRn Boa Peasotace, July IT, IMI. jjaT.lm.a ORAN ITE FLOURING MILLS. FOLSOM. SACRAMENTO CO. JJ*Vl!f° amUefoaa fraterni topaie». aad made additino! «f all tka modtrn tiapraromenit, WO aro per pared to Ikralahall ankles la Iko Mlll loa Lint at abort matter, aad ol tho towool mar ket priest. Itati and Pupario» Floor. Pood of all kinds, Baiter, Wkoal, Corn Moot, oto. _ ... COOVER k BTOCKTOX, Pbltom, Jot; 18, IMI JyfMm PACIFIC KAIL STEAMSHIP CO. TUE STEAMSHIP SONORA. J- T. VaTRIRB Catomoadcr kill laan foloom Btaoot Wharf, oo THURSDAY, AUGUST I. IMI, At B o’clock, a. pnootuall), FOR PAN AM A. Paaaonfcra «ill bo ooaeoyrd from r anima to AopfiowoC h; Iho FANAMA RAILROAD COMPANY, Aad from Aopaawoll U Row Took kj tho Atlantic and iMIIo Btaaaohlp 00. rOBBBS B BABCOCK. A*r.u, jytT Car. Sacroamata aad UidoodooS au. PIeACBHTIIaIaE BAHERT, Mala otipot, tkno dam koto* Coaddoaoo Bayti Roam, Ptooorrillc. George scsi lb dooin* ta mm* ta* «k ooaoof Piato rotilo that ha taaowpoomaaoM koated ta JOBES' HEN BUll.pillO.oa Ma street, wkoro holt pooporodko forai ah thorn wi •sor; aoitdfof OAXNB AND PI Moda of aha ahaiaaot mat tifili», aad «amati •qual u aay mauutoctaarod ta tkio city. CRACKERS; Boston, Soda. Buttar, Snear and Wat, Oraekara and FUoB Rraodt alwan *a ham Bo will dolirtr oD artloloo ordered of him, tsss MERCHANT TAILORING. BENJ. WOOD. . Saoiaf porch amd tho Motoso* of Mr. Jaa. L. willoMtiaooihooamMMooNotaodoo Main Stradi, near tha Old Round T EsTSsseìSìSiEa; ‘iSrr.'W'Ar ~ :w £,' COMMISSION AND PURCHAB AGENT, f *! u *« P«rcham at Morckas krtlataa of poor; domriptioa ■Jjr— wan a A ntoadouool « till tfily of ooor loa nan — ' thorn. ■ ''maaawia earn my M OOOT MS nan arpartonco la tho |oaatoo«.jt aoart; the am Bdooco of poma* la Iho omaalr; who ok dip; oIG rotare ace «Mm daAHof hhroaatton naaoonilat i dRMd, aro rakrrrod to 7tSwSuy.“"*" ,^ d ~‘ SMt&pa, .: Ira P. Raakln, •• Bom, Dooatmirr A Co.. iW OmuNhlm aad |m^a JUNIUS. BIRTHiS. DEATHS. .>*n diradili. ■5? ‘ST®*?*." t>y ' M «»»2V«rrltor r . h n,-,,# Th# bid* (o be for Antvrkau >r«*h Heef «r * . «04 whoUsoßv quslMjr, In qoonmir, with in JE2 proportion of inch, (necks nnd thinks lo !»• J 7V 1 ■led.) Id luch quenlltle. may be from Him lo*» I*- 1 * - required for Hie lroo|ie, not ei. eedino thrice In week, and on inch dtjn u thill bo doo!.;Ji' the AtH.tanl Comlartry of Subtlttence *""** °f The Beef loeurd hi the Contractor oh»* ..t, . Moo. oro». qral# InfhrtoHto toS' " Contract, a «uree» be t Botro of oaceriihVn'll? called upon It and ihe, .ball kanmj? ,7!",* SSTJSSSSS sA^W^^-smsS l>Tfkar*ed with the dilf.rrnce of coot. * B ".filimi *lll bo made raanthljr, f sr the amo... -• Preth Beef (Urnl.ked ; bui In the eeeal of lh. t o B. Ulne without fond.. U.eo paf.ent Üb. won after at fhud. any bo roc I red foe that noni? Tbe canlrael to bo In (ureo tor ton month. too. time a. the Commltaorjr G onerai a» ti!ll commenting on Ibo drat doe of Peruember, IMI ZS ending no Ih# «ni day of /«ae, I 8« '"'.«nd ». ». BANDAI.fd Lieut. 6 fc lahat^, Bart ChorcblU, Neruda Territory, | A ' *' duly do, iodi.' SHBBIpiP'B 8 ALB. Jf*T4t StY TIBTLB of an Kaoenllo. >u..g . I the Ciork'o Udto of the lion UnnetOnn the rkeoalb Judicial Ut tir let. In nod for rV Onrado Conni», an a Judgment rendered on lb. Htk day of /ano. A D 7 ISSI, In Ilari man, aHd ayelnit Knbcrt Campbell for th" turn of (onr hundred and dio doliate, nilkleGiV.t thereon at Ibo rata of lon nor cent, nor annum ro. the f»lh day of Juno, A I» IMl.lagetbernliktkl rbla of orrenlf -lkrre &S-IOP dolltre eo.it 01 tun and accruing eoolt. I bare levied upon, and Will 1 eiynte to public idle, at the Court Uouao door 1. thr city of r laceri ilio, “ On ths 17th dap of Augnit, A. D. isai Id o'clock A. M., all the right, title, Interrii and elalm of the laid Robert Campbell, of, in and to Ike following drerrlbed property, lei,.. iß g L? leg In El Dorado Conoly, and Stale of CaliWolT, A certain lot of ground In Plererville f ounibln Connie and Slate aforetald, tliualrd an tbe ei.i tide of Cedar BdelM. bolng about (By (bet front more or loan, on oald lineine, nod rename loeh about two bundled feet, and hounded an the tooth h) tbe loeloture of told Kobrrt Campbell. on the north by lha pwptftf know* w Ibo Cocoon.,, the ea.l by ihe bill, end on Ihe neat by the Barino aforrttid—(he .ame being me hoed hr a board and plrkrl fence , together nub all ImprórrmenU and appurtenance, thereto belonging, or la nay aito appertaining Alto, the folio* lug detcrlbeif oiun erf y, lying and being 115 tbe Town.hlp, County aid Slate tfurroald. In wit 1 A «ertali, bit of groonf on the aautb aide of Ike rand leading from 1 been, of Hlarernlle to llarlingtuo't, and au Cedar Ila. tine, Iminded on Ike rati and ooulh by Ibo prop, erty of J XeigWr. on the wool by Ibo property of Samuel bladoentupnd on Ike north by thr road ofnrraaid, logelher w lib all building# and ■to pro, « . menu (borono, and appailonaneeo Ibermnio bo htnilng. or inauy alte appertaining 1 Ike «aid pro pen t being known tt Cnmpbeiri Corral and SUotk. let flou»». W. J HCBWHLL. Ihe riff, * .. c m. W “cradataaafy.c.l. lie 0. W. CnuDiruTon, Coder Skaiif, Sheriff. Òdi a, riarmili», July S 6, IbSI. jygT COSITABLB'S BALE. Br TIBTL'A of «0 laerailnw. to mo 01 reeled. It. aued nut of ihe Coon of Ororge Hram.ll, a Jual ce of Ih# Prore In and ffr Hi. Tuooohlp of White Oak, County of p' Dorado, and Slate of Call* forme, upon a Judgmm'. rend red lhar.li on lha Itrh da? af July, A P IMI, In fbeee ef J Clmtner* man. and agopom BT. P. Suit and Jama# K *nai rick, foe the ium of |IPt M luP d* hr. and fly M Ira eoata of aou. together with are,ping ma'*, I have Ireirnl u|.ui and arlmd. and will .apnee ree «ale. al public au non. u lha l lg heat bidder, al OaelueUle, Hi al Dar.d e un y, Oa Ih* SUk day of Augnai, 1861, Al It o'clock. M . oli ih« righ', lille, Interrai and rla'aa ef Ihe abete aamed d, fendati'. lo end te Ihe following de*rr 'bed prop. rly. Irli good bei re '0 Ihe To • nth p of While nab.fVu. le and Iba'e oforeeaid. Io mi ileo ««tali m ode* bwltding. •'•wed an All. daSrr A (II I- nior'a Toll B*,ed, aad kn.on a* W.cde A Btrtpolnca*. Saloon, frgerber with bar S«ru,ee and other anidra of fureituir appeita>r rg iherev. fi ero under my hand Urla Ihe 16 1. dae of July A PI 'SI JAMES ORAT. JyTr il Centratile. CAUTION—TO THE PUBLIO! BEWARE or mPOKTORSir VANTINE’S Vofzotublo Compound HAIR TONIO IS of inch re au; .ale that 11 hai iuduacd unprla* eipled petto*. In riarenllla to lafrlrge upon my righi, and eopy my adverti.emerl. The pubi» will pianto toad my origino) aderr ll.rmer.t, and then lead lha ropy of Tabelle fc Co : Vi'tm'i Violinai! CnHrntwo Hata Tome, run Burnivo, Tatteneiwii. rtaa*.|*n a*a Baal TIMI** 1 ne fiala —Tbi. Om>pwitu a la wa mie.ttonably the beat for tba flair tier o'Terr d to the pulite ft prevents Ibo hair I com fblllng oat and turning grey. It «Irmglhmi, darken!, aad i|i<« It a beautiful, allhy appearance la eaaea of laMoeei. where thr hair it mineable, it will r# prudore it with *ll Ita or gtnol beauty 1 1 femur, «od prevent. Dandruff, «tinnier Ibe oeeeaait* for Hbamponatng, giara thr akin and hair a herlibful molatore without being gren-y. and la a~«tn.l ei rellrnt oad •**■•> g remedy A.r the Hwdvebe. Lndiea will S ol thy Vegetable f'«uwinw*d par* llrularly adapted l« 'he Toilet. lem| Wautifulty perfumed and keeping the hair In any dtairtd po •HIM Without being la the lenii etiekr. The Cr pne tor hoe derated much time and elude in perfect log thla Compound, end In hla hn.lnert (04 a Hnlr lie toreri kaa had numerwn» wppnrtuai Her of htollag Hi vdtawkfe quakUar. Tryparnd and for ante at the Proprietor’» Hall Drrarlog nod Balkingßafnoa, Main rlrryt, Placar* nlla. Bikscnowa eoa cog. Fini nu latro lha hair all mar with a little wa ter. then wet thr hair vrt’.h the Com pound, rob It urli lute lha root», hy rubbing a light foam will unte, continue to nab the hair until It dlaappeora, than dieta the hair to tail you roe If. TH* omrunr* HAI* TONIC One ha bad at To min *o Ran Dhsaatss Saloon, neat Amt u Ibo * Orala." JOUR TARTINE. rUeemOe, July >7, IBSI. jyfl.lm PSBBLI* * CO.’S VEGETABLE HAIR TONIC Minima* ram nata. W" Thin Compnaillna la nnqoeottonably lha I fbr lha Human Hale eeer nffbied In thr pnMlr prereatelha Hair bum toning MI. oatd frwm tori gray; It auaagthtra 11, datarne li, aad (iena beautiful aitky appearance. In ratea of Baidu bran Aa Ha* In IHI All. M w«l rw fwdun With oh Ua enfftnl bnnnlp* U natta aad prerenl Dandruff, lit aw ahrlalrf Ihe neceooiiy •hampralng : It gleet Ik* BaOSp aad Hair a beati! mntatare. mtthMt hetng OMterr : and * a nrnm ceDent and ceovcaleal remedy tar lha Mradeei El OOP**BOTTLE WM tad minus A 00.« TBBBVABIA SORBACT wlibMt being In Ibe lenti eric*i. TbnPn pelatura bate daowad aach Him and «tody In perledlng ihlt Hair Tmlc, Sad. Is their prefem tun of HnlfHlreanere. bara hod numtrnug esperte alvtee el Orating Bn 1 PRICE, -ffr-tT*** 4 *» *■ «ThTBAWB sad LEO 818 If ATuOWITZ, and raid M Hitlf Hnlr-Prraelng end IMMwg BnknM, Is (be OABT RWSBE, Mala Creel, Placer rule. Jylfho MHBEIBWI BBASCIT h y&g. h FURNITD&B sad BEDDING 110 Main si abort ttf 0. SOHBIIBEB, mrottn •» AM M*m m FTRIVITtmE ANP BEODIKO, Nb. SUM, Oerted Hair, Mraa. BadLoM. «ab aad Matkyraa Swrlngq, T»l*e Cpholotqr’t B tedine, Ado Ac., eM«t»oi\y *a hood. BOIA IMPOBTEB OP SANDWICH ISLAND PULCI IIOPaarauM etauel, BAM OUHCMCO. iyfl Ist Mala ckyraf, PLACEBTHXB vnaußß is vroir vs: a *a— Ol “ OLD TAVNBT," 1 AS th* Old Bwaad EBBI, Mais eklact.) ir fa «ras ths ikqHramtt cf hlc Iffnaccra pf*»f ivvlh ITLEMEIfB^fLOTHINGI Whig, yarahracd cm sract csccUe.l ASTOBBHDrOIY LOW PWCEB! PneCASW. Hlejtoch itracn every rartety cl Oentloman’s Outfit! Inalndlßg Onto, Paata, Tanto, Unto. Onym, Brat» Se^’* u Alwayb oh hood, alm aranrtment af COLT’S PISTOLS! AU llitc. GOLD DUST POUCH A BNP I draKN&MSS ntoomhara. awha to dCSWtoIMd acs SB id asderao— oc'thVpUM, « old B0CM» TXMT," it, PlaetreUiy, TANIfERWALD.