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m»! h c«d»kttk, Kill tor. Wroillle, Tuesday, October 2S, ls.»«, MIiOWL DETIOCKITIi NOtIHATIOM. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES MUCH AN AN, OK PKNPWYIA ANIA, FOR VIC.’K PRESIDENT, JOHN i\ lIKFX'KINItIDOH, UK KENTUCKY. Ur.tKKKITIC STATE TICKET. ri»R hr KinnicN'ri.u ki.rctor*, AUGUSTINOLIVERA, I GEO. FREANOR. I*. DELLA TORRE, |A. U. BRADFORD roit conatiH. CHARLES t. SCOTT of Tnolnmnc. JOSEPH C. McKIBBEN of Sierra. frilß CI.KIIK OK NI HKKMK COURT, CHARLES 8. FAIRFAX of Yuba, HUH sri*KRINTIC"I|IKNT OK RUBIK INSTRII THIN. ANDREW J. MOULDER,, .ofSim Francisco. Regular Democratic Comity Nomination*. *•» POR MrHII K HI or Alilf K M lII.Y, JAMES S LONG, 11. J. MORRISON. IOK AMHKSIIOR, JOHN 11. LILLARD. FOR PIDMC A DMIMHTK AT()R| A. C. MOUSE. FOn .UKONKK DU. J. 1). BROWN* Democratic Speaking. Messrs. J, 0. LAWTON, JH., and C W.BUFFUM will iiildri-ss the the Democrnry of Hamilton, an Wed lo-mhij evening, October Wlh. Democratic .Meetings. Hon. J W. McCORKLG,Gen. I». K HAR RIS, and others, will address the people at White Oak Flat. (Sqdirea’s Hoarding House) on Tuesday night, Oct. 28 Thompson’s Flat Wednesday “ “ 29 Spanislitown Thursilay “ “ 30 Frenohtown Friday “ “ 31 Hangor Saturday “ Not. 1 Orovillo Monday “ “ 3 Rally for your Country andxmis Union Staging —Wash Montgomery Ssq , the road agent of the Cal Stage Co , was in town yesterday on his way to Spanislitown, whith er he was going to perfect certain arrange ments regarding the line from here to that place. A more enterprising company, and a more energetic agent never existcdl £45“ The cellar under the Washington block is being fitted up for a Saloon. It is to be occupied by Hunt & Co., the present proprietors of the Bunk Exchange. Ft is the most capacious and comfortably arranged basement we have ever seen in tha State, and is bound to become ns favorite and fash ionable resort as the Exchange is now. rff* We notice the New York Times ex pects to have the result of the Presidential election in New York on the sth, and is call ing on all telegraph companies, operators, inspectors and messengers, to hurry up the result of the first vote. Small. Pox.—W© learn fiom late papers from there, that this fearful disease is rag ing to a direful extent among the Mormans at Salt Lake city. The disease has proved very fatal in its character, whole families having died from its effects The opitlom o was communicated by a party of emigrants from the States. Dear Doors. —Two of the doors of the new capital at Washington, are to cost £l4-, ttOO apiece! They are of bronxe, with‘ai> relievos’ representing national scenes. Thk Ntw English Minister — There is no longer any doubt but that the IL-n Chas Villiers lias received and accepted the ap poin intent of English Ambassador to the U S. lie is represented as a very able, bn indolent man, exceedingly courtly in his manners, but rep iblioau in principles. Our M \hkkt—Fruits of almost every description are now tl aiding our ma-ket.- App’es and pears, equ d in size »nd tl ivur to those of the Atlantic Siatea are in gren abundance, and melons, better and bigge thau ever were seen anywhere out of Cali forma, are atill offered lor # t!e. as they huvo been for the last four months. Naw Paraa.—A new dai.y has been star ied at £un Fianoiaco, Called the Daily jVa- It is a Fillmore organ. UriniM-nis of Itiu i<-, Head. For the first time in the histor y of the American government we have a candidate presented for the distinguished office of i resident, upon purely sectional grounds. Ihc position oi Mr. Fiemont is purely a sec tional one—his supporters arc found only in a segment of the American confederacy and his platform is unorganized and delib erate crusade against a portion of the Ainer ichn Union, and against the constitution of the only free government on earth, under which the country has enjoyed prosperity unexampled in the history of the world. t harge it upon them, fellow Democrats, that that their course is calculated to de stroy the fair fabric of free government, be cause Fremont’s administration would not have the men or the means to carry on the government in the Southern States. Charge it upon them, that Fremont would have to fill the Federal offices in the South ern Slates, with northern Abolitionists, for men of the south would scorn his admiuis tiou and the appointments in his gift, as our revolutionary forefathers scorned the government of King George and his offices. Charge upon them, Democrats that the northern Stales have no more right to dic tate to and overrun the southern States with appointments from the north, than the British King had to impose stamp acts upon the American colonies, and import officers to enforce his odious dictation. Charge upon them. Democrats, that on# section of the Union has no rightt to force a government upon another section—that the declaration of Independence asserts, and the constitution guarantees, the right of sclS government to-nil—and that the south have the right to govern themselves us well us the north. Charge upon them, Democrats, that the election of Fremont by the North, would be in violation of the compromises of the con stitution, and that the south would be justi fied iu governing themselves, by the forma tion of a government as purely southern, us that -*f F emont would be northern. Charge upon them, Democrats that such a course would bo DLSUMION, and that the north wouild be the first to declare it by the election of a northern man. It is not impossible that the vote of Cali fornia may decide the fate of the Union ; and in the maintenance of that Union are cen t -red the hopes of the lovers of freedom throughout the world. It is utterly vain, s»ys the Sam Francisco Herald, to deny that with the election of Mr. Fremont, (dii av KHTiTif omuc*) ends tha union of the States To what deplorable results tbo disruption will lead we dare not contemplate. We re gard such an event as the greatest calumny 'bo Almighty has ever indicted on a nation since tiic beginning of the world. Although it js altogether probable that the great States of New York, Pennsylvania and Illi nois will decide the contest, it is- neverthe less the iluty of the Democrats of California to anticipate the possibility, however remote it may be, that upon thiiiii may devolve the momentous responsibility of deciding the fate of the Union, and. as a consequence, of republican government throughout the world. Plumas Cowry —We are assured by those who have been there and bud ocular proof, that the entire t'cket is sure of elec tion in Plumas county. This is but » reit •ration of what has over been affirmed of the whole Northern part of the State by the very best of authorities. Formerly a part <>f old Butte, and ever working with her, we feel confident that Plumas will act with us now, and give an over whelming majority for Buck and Breck at the coining election. Th<* material, is there, and it needs but to be brought to the polls to prove Iter as ever, sound upon the gloriouspriuciples of Democ racy. Men of Pi union! rally to Usa stand ard of Buchanan, Ureoktmidge,, aiul the Union. Fitkd at Last C B McDonald, late of the S»erra Citizen, bus at last hit upon an *i»m’ that be has settled upon. Alter trying ail the notional humbugs of the day, K. N ism among the number, he finally ha*-merg ed into a thorough bred disciple of w<>«liy head inn. and.declared himself a stead hist adherent of the‘Great American mule ©at •t ’ On Jit, be intends starting a Fremont organ in Siernv*county \V»:s4 Branch Ditch. — Mr Mcuchamin formed us yesterday that the head dmn nl the above named ditoh bad b.-en entirely completed and the witter turned into the race. This is an important step lowarJstio initiiodi tie construction of' the ditch, ami wo infer front what lie taud.lbacprepa ration are being matte to proceed at- one* with the ligg.ttg. Toe line of the ditch is by survey, f our memory serves us right, ..«t fr.v miles in ext-nt, and when completed will b. the bug st and most important woi kof Un kind in the State. 1 he I.nst Mglil. Tlie Democratic meeting hint night was another of those enthusiastic gathering* in which the Democracy of Oroville eu» "lone indulge. The speech of lion )tf ft Latham, was the most masterly vindication of the Democratic party that wc haw had the pleasure of listening to at any period, and was well received by the audience. That old war horse of Democracy followed in a speech of great power aad force, that created unbounded enthusiasm. Thesfedge hammer facts, amusing il'.nwtrrtions and am answernble arguments, were well-timed, attd will aot he without their died in the approaching eoute-i. IVc have not the time and space for an eat staled notice of the meeting this morning, but will review the speeches# m re at length ia our next 7'notroiiTFun. —We have heard of a won dcrfwlly sanguine Black Republican specu lator, living in the neighborhood of Helltown who is buying up all the lean to tries and Jacks in the vicinity, for the ostensible | nr pose of stocking a ranch with them, hut un fortunately for him, the truth lists leaked out, and it is slily reported hy the boys, that, he is buying them to take to Washing ton to slaughter for the grand inauguration dinner that he expects will take place when Fremont is elected. He wiU probably be able to find employment for bis stork shortly after the coming election, in transporting Fremont’s goods and chattels up Sul in* Creek. He ought to save a gentle beast and a side saddle lor Jessie, and one of his small est Jacks-for the great /iiek-latar. A Fraud. —The following exposition of the tricks resorted to by the Bl.ak Republi cans wc clip from ths Statu Journal. The fraud is characteristic of its author, and is worthy of the source from which it emiuated It is quite equal to-the Stebbins letters : “The Marysville Herald is engaged in publishing statements, purporting to come from the brother and other friends of Keat ing. blaming the Democratic party for the shooting of Keating The Herald is only republishing a base lie and fraud. Mr. Kea tings brother pit hi.-died a card, in which he prououooed the document a forgery ’’ “Dkmocjiahc Keystone Cluix”— This Club was organized on Saturday livening, by the election of Che following officers—J F. Kimniel, I’res’t.; Frank Dust, Vice Frcs’t. Geo. D French, Scc’y; mid Tho’s Wells, Treasurer. Wo have been furnished with the proceedings hut their great length r< n ders it impossible for us to publish them to day, We will endeavor to find space for the resolutions to-morrow. The ueal and de termination exhibited by this club, is worthy of all praise, and their example should be imitated by the Bemoaruey throughout the different precincts of the county. Due effort ♦ellow Democrats, for Ruchauaa and the U uiou. following items we dip from the Solano Herald : Mii.iiahy —The U S. troops stationed at the barracks nt this place left on Manila} night for Oiegon, the Indians hawing again become trobuUsome. _£-€t*Tho Attorney General of she Slate has tiled an information against the several steamer- belonging to the Nicaragua Co , claiming that tlie properly has escheated to the State on account of the dissolution ol the company. Cattle. —We noticed a drove of about 20 head of tine young American cattle pasting through town yesterday. They were in re markahly fine condition considering the late ness of the season. They are probably des tined for the shambles. Ullt’l'll. In this City October «7tli, the wife of A.C. Morse, Rm| , of a DaiiKliU r. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR CONSTABLE. IIENKY KKNNhiY is Humiliated for the office of Constable lor OpJiir Tov* orlop. by his M\.\Y FRIENDS. BOil CONSTABLE. AI.r.X, (I. tHMI’SON I* a candidate fneConslahle fi>» djihir T(i»n»hi|i. al the tominl election. Bur Supervisor. A. II NdiWCOM It is a candidate lor etupervisorof District Rot U NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. rr'tn irK.—- ulwci’i tier* to ibe tan tmm iou UAMt’.MCN* St N', in Oroville, will Bud their |ia|iers by rail I lid si Light x Co.’s Liqu»r Store, Mutiigum ry street. Ranch ami Ferry For Sale. TH K St B.h'lilHt'K w ishinir to dispose of his RANCH and KKKItY. «UI sed st a groat Mic nßce The Hunch omtaiN !»*• acres; 100 of which are ureter l. tiie mid is unaurpa-seil os ( rain and. in elude oonoiy. The Kerry is doio» a good .usines'. The urvater |>uri o> the pan bore inonev ••mi remain on (mud and mortiratfe or on 8* od per* •mat security, If if desir. d. •*••-’7 HOWARD BUST. M M’KCIAL NOTICES. Sunn tiling Kveryhody is respectfully lo sail **t THU f*lt *• cpyoi III; Iha US N icholaa, ilule II nivtooli s I.x etWNITe. i xml eXi.Uiiwe |V* «»l and ' a Uasofb lIM'III of »». thing upward dating the past »u k •"*” tt new aiwtspb’iidi I of lieola, thick (.lore*, Vu lemma i India It nit iter (Hi'«ml)cur a n*nt»• (line and hewsy I nder Clothing nml lbs rod rou'* Mifria v»iili large f reach i iltfs In I>> i* e hntn unylhing an ! everything iu the Clotlung linn »niu» !He for all classes, uml al prices l<> anil I! **• linn a. U. TOY (ITI l.ltr'oN. o-[ Montgomery slreet, opposite lliinUH>li a. A mini Jot Unlit I mini t. Tim jriiiliat gulhering ilia* Inis l#ft’» known in Unlit* mi.ul> during iln* present campaign, la Uml ol every ill*actl|Uit*ll nl 11-flnl uml ornaliielilnl uilii If" al iln* it>in*er Variety More anil Yankee Nolan* Depot IV .i-bniglon Ulnrk, Mycru Mreet.brd door from Mi ni gonnry, Oroville. oclJTf I";.* - I)K, A. UA lilt, nil'll a liltt |troli*a.-in|inl aer vina in the 11 nmn» nl On \l l If and t kinil), tinvinw hail min li uml long i*<|*i*rii*in «• in Iln* treiiliiieiit nl Iln* vanilla iliaem-rs incident In this climate. Ilf hopes I [ *u titvr r>ailH;u lv»f) 1 |x*ciii I Jiitrii’ **n of n |»rivnl«* n:i* lure Klx iiniali*iii« \c., \>lir it lie ctti*r'4n* ulioul i u*t* of mercury. I Oou k, trout iom'lii, No. 17,1 uil»*4 .-late.* lloii*t, ' up ulair®—Oiovilta* %*t* 1 -If 5V* Hf-ANK I KliS lokmum, of Oui lk Nt*w» Depot,” ItiiH jurt rorivol lilaiik Deeds nl to r) tu* riel v. rail ami them. ANNOLNCK.MIi.NTS. For Siipm i>«i*. rionae nnlit • u i lII* tin* name nl ln*n’l U. It. MHliliK aa a enmlnlii'n’ lor re eieclion to (he olbco of Hnper visor ul District No. a, uml obligo MAW VOTKIIS. FOU SUPERVISOR. J. \V, IIC'FH' M is a candidale lor Mipervisor in District No. Full Jl .'lit i; of ’ll IK I’EACB. JOHN /.. KIT. it'll uiiiioiiiice* hirnsell ua u cundi ■late lor Juslice of the Peace for Wyandotte Town ship. * FOU JUSTICE OF THE I’KACK. The friumls of Mr. A. (•. ItItUVVN, Would respt’Cl> fully aniioiiiice him na u ciimti tale for lhe ollice ol Justice oi the IVace lor tilnr Tow nr hip MANY VO'IT.UH. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. The frieints ol J. f». l.AWftiN, Jit., hereoy an nnuiice him ua it candidate for Juslicieof the I’enct* lor I iphir Township, Rlihjecl to the nomination ol the Deiuocrulic Convention. till)* FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE W. 1 4 . itAf'ltlltll uuiioiinces his inline na a cundi* dull* fur Justice ol tin* IVace. for Ophir Township, id the coming election. ocln* FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE J. T. iilil.ltll' unnounces In in sell us ueundidnle for re election lo the ollice of Justice of the IVsace lor Jjihir Tow nship. MIN a.lts’ CANDIDA ru FOR JUSTICE OF >HE PEACE* MK i'KKDI.U.I'K N. Ml ITU ulilioiiliees'Minsell as u candidate for Jml ice of the Pence fir iiphn Township, at the coming election. The principle Unit will guide me, an*, us expn ased in the winds oi Andrew Jackson, ‘* l.iheriy, Kipmlili, Fraternity 1 tViih thill issue I will abide the result, nit , Yours, with respect, K. N. SMITH. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE The friends ol Mr. 8. U. SN\ DKIt, would respect fully announce him us it candidate lor the ollice ol Justice of the Peace lor Un gon Township. MANY Ull'/.r.NS. Spanish town, ( h t. lll.lsfifi. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE JOHN JONKS aiiiinum'.is himself as a candidate for Jtlsiice of the Peace for Ophir low i.ship, at the en suMUfulecliom • VEol’UE'rf CAN DID ATT. THu friends ut J MaMAUHiN, the i-priiikler. an* miniice his iiuine ns a candidate h r the ollice of Ton stable ol i 'phlr Ibownship. ul the coining eleclieu. * FUU UONSTABLE, TOM NAM., of hpmiishiown, is n Candidate lor t 'oiisluble of I >reg*si Township ul ihe ensuing ele*> lion. FOU CONSTAIitX. The friend* of JOHN ST f.M V AN unncrjiiee him as u cundiilule for Consiuble of Ophir Towniitiip ul ihe ensuring election, subject lo the Deraocrulic Couveuiimi. ugu FOU CUNSTAELE. The friend* ol J. l.iliinN, of Oroviltr,. propose him its a canoidule for the oltke of Consiuble for Ophir township. ocvh* FOR CONSTABLE L., It, 11l II,K .Vi AN, unnounces Inn.aeil us an )mle pendent Cmiditiute for the ofllce of (Jouslubie ol Ophir Tuwnslnp, NOTICE The friends of C. VY. s tii.f.P, of Pppitishtown fn yuate to elect him Juslice of lie Peace ul Uiegm i'owiUlnp, ul ihe eliauing election. bitli UON6TAELE. BMITH VV bAJllilttl, announces himself u< . candidate ior ( unstable lor Uphir Township, ul tie ensuing dec.ion FOR CONSTABLE J.Y JONEt iminvuncta him*r;i a candidate fm u»e I*(lice ol CousUbie for Uphir Township, at the Ora* rutxs which wuii b« thw *fth «f Norexbcr, ANNor.NTKMKNTS. FOR CONSTABLE II IV CAI.HOVV DitiitiUiM i» liimsell* i>» a cnmU* lull’ for Cosetulde id To* •iilji'Ct lo !!*«' ik iuiiiuiomi ol Hie Deinrmiie inivenißm. «k!4 FOR CONSTABLE .1 VV. N s iioiioou* ea hunted i»* « candidate f"r* ie of I ij.lor Tow nw(|i|«, xohji rl tv» tlie noiniiiii iuii of (ho Deinocnille rmivfiitii-n. ron CO NSTABLB lE. I. I’A IT' 'N iilitioiiiu • • Imnseil as n candidate fur t unrtulde, lor < ijißir lowiol. FOR CONSTABLE \\V «r'* imilii'ronl to uiiiihiiiot iVe nano* of V. h Wl i r it' I* cundidule h r lor Itio l'own*!d)i ol I’jihir, ul the i 11-oil i; e.eclloll. o'. 1 * FOR CONSTABLE JnllN Wli.llA.Ms* »HMiiiMTk himriTl a*TrCandi . I nit* f«i r*«*h•• t *• S «* t oj'liir TnHi.hliii* HA NULLS. UtKl.Kl* II KKHIiM. M. . IUNMIN.- I iEDGES &, iI AN NON, 33 A N K E J!4 S , W mlilMiroji lll.in K. to ii nr. ii nr MiiiTllliMtitl AMI VvMl!i O Ft O V X Ij U 13 . ■*4h* cold di'st it n chase j> AT THE HIGHEST RATES ou forwarded r<»thi; min i hue a.-savoiv COINAGE. CHECKS ON MARYSVILLE, SACK AM KYI U AM) SAN KKANCItsIOI nmi Time Hi nils I'm i.Hlit <1 outlier .STL AN TIC hTATErf AND EIUOI’E. ♦Voville, <ici. 6, lesi>. uw 11 MtWII.UA.MS & TV MESON, EAHEEHS, NU'V lIKII K 111 11.1U.M;-! <I|;M U MONTGOM ERY AMI MV Kits sTRI ETfC OIIOVIIiLiE. GOLD DUST BOUGHT At the Highest Rates. Clioo Is. is» /v t X* /vi* ! ON MAUVRVIM.E. SAI R VMI NTO CITV AND* SAX FR.vNCleco. SIGHT DRAFTS For Sole, »n nil llit* I’riinnjinl Allnnlic Ctles. J Sf DKFOMiS received. Sjieuiiil nml ollierw iftev .lnly I 4, lSib. Jy 14-11* JIKNUY KIXIKK’S llttklMi ft I.M lliMii; OFFICE, Corner ot Miner street ami the Plaza, BID WELL, Cal aol i) i r ) if s r jt oua n t At (lie Highest Kates. - Checka Drawn on Min k lti*uiiin|(lni iV> (*u.« MA It Y n V ILL E. Bills of Exchange on all the Eastern Cities, Vow York, - ">1 l.oio-, Mo tor ton,.. Cinciiumli, Uliio I'lnladrlj.liui, l.ouiwilie, K> - lialliinoio, 1 let roll, Midi.- EXCHANGE ON LONDON. DU ACTS I* AV A 111. K IN Vlonlreid,C. VV ifuebee.O. K.« ilinnilumi, C. VV , liriuiilonl, C. VV . I'm onto, IE VV. ...London,C VV. ~1. tiiitmrlnim C VV., ..chuiliain, V. VV.. iiciirntl avid Special llcpodls Uccchrd*. liitiwttil, »s t ‘pirinlN*r J« II MACV y C. L. LOW, F. y . LOW. MACY, LOW & CO., EANKEBS, CORNER OK I’EA/.V. AND UK.II (STREET, MARYSVILLE GOLD DUST 1* UKCII AS ED' AT THE HIGHEST RATES, OK FoUVV AIUiKD To TDK HIM* HJK COINAGE,, Ohoolis At F*ar, ON GAItIMSON, MORGAN, l itKTZ, k UAI.»'D)N, SAN FRANCISCO A'e «r“* ,iri|»ttrcd to draw HODT KXl'lf ANGBor». M si. CH Alt I, K» JliOKlj AVA. ( I NK VV YORK A'»o. on liii! oilier |irnni|Ml Ki.aferu Cine. Mi.ryirwlle, Aukoui 4,165 a. unf it MARYSVILLE ASSAY Oi k WE 11 HAUULS, MAUL HAND A: CO., K nil'll*, mar the eorni r ol* Setuntl ulnet, M.Ut VfsVILLE. .MAX)— D 7 J ►I'KKKT, KAUIAMENTO. A ill continue to curry on l lie Mixon us of .ihlliu;*, K(‘lining N Assaying. GUL J) AA’ 1) OIL E S or BVKItY liK.-ruimoW. VV« guiiranteo tin. correct new of our Amr.yt.- and. Mad onreelveu lo |my any diOerences that may unwt' antli any of (lie I' st. ill. Vie. Return* made iu (run. na to twelve lionre, IN BARS OR COIN. t-meiMKaa or Ui xkiz. Aimtuiko Vurm, TERMS EOU Arß'AiiXO; ilie inina u« iu Mafia Frnuciaco. H. lIA Itßtit, D. MARCHAND, L. l ARUIXoTOSv-