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The Bar Sinister-8ketchiof the Nat-1 It Will be remembered that Ar.mgtoa WHS
ural Sons of Charles II. and their Du one of the celebrated Cabal. Some members
<»f the Fitzroy family yet have an extraordi
F irst Jt'oiciAL D istrict .—Circuit Judge.
P. •*rim : Prosecuting Attorney. H. K. Ilanna.
Jnrkmm County —Circuit Court, Second Monday
in February and November. Couuty Court, brut
Monday jn eajh month.
JOS' LEGAL TENDERS taken at par for
Donn Piatt—Mrs. Woodhull Catches
Oen. Pleasanton in a Delicate Posi
We clip the following from the Washing tion.
nary resemblance to their royal progeuitor, ton correspondence of the S. F. Bulletin,
and it need scarcely be said that these are under date March 11.—[E d . T imes .]
The other day, General Pleasanton, a deli
An English writer sends the following to not remarkable fur personal beauty.
The revision of the Senate Committees has cate, sensitive little gentleman, was
the New York Evening Posit
Charles Beauclero, created Duke of St. Al
involved a number of changes in their mem
DRESSING FOR DINNER.
A member of Prince Arthur’s suite, now in
Ojficm— Judge, T. H. B. Sbiplcv ,
bans, illegitimate son of Charles the Second
Clerk. Silas J. Day : Sheriff, Hen-y Klippel;
this city, Isa young officer, who, after his
He had diveated himself of every garment
i.y the actress Ne'.l Gwynn, married Lady cittl interest to the Pacific Coast.
Deputy Sheriff. E. D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
father, is heir presumptive to one of those
except the one spoken of by Hood in that
NetiSer ; Assessor, David Redpath : County Com
Diana de Vere, eldest daughter, and eveotu
dukedoms of which Defoe observed that
By the declination of Senator Morrill, of melancholy song called “The Song of the
missioners. J >hn S. Herrin. Thoma« M right ;
ally sole heiress, of Aubrev, twentieth and
School Superintendent. Win. M. Turner ; Survey
Charle« the Second had by his own exertions
Maine, on account of ill health, to serve any Shirt.” He wus sailing about under bare
last Earl of Oxford of that family. The
or, J. 8. Howard j Coroner, L- Ganung.
contributed them to the British peerage.
longeron the Committee, Mr. Cole, who was pules, when he heard a knock at the door,
Duke Was further enriched l>y the hereditary
Jarkwwille Pvteittvl.— Justice of the Peace,
on the lift, becomes Chairman of the and supposing it to be Iris man—who ought
Although the most of the “merrie mon
James R. Wade; Constable. N. Stephenson.
offices of Grand Falconer and Registrar of
Committee on Appropriations, a position of to have been there, and was not—he tang
arch’s” very numerous and oftentimes disrep
7*>>ira <>f Ja<. k*oncillt.— Trustees, James A. M il-
the Court of Chancery. Somehow this fami
great responsibility and influence. Mr. Cole out, “Come in.” To his utter consternation,
u. N. Fisher, Lewis Zigler, Jubu Bilger and J.
utable additions to the House of Lords Lave
ly has not contrived to keep an eye tc the
Howard: Recur ler, V. S. Hayden; Treas
is also continued al a member of the Com that constitutional female known as Mrs.
long since become extinct, no less thau L ur
urer, Henry Pape; Marshal, James P. McDaniel.
main chance Ro well as the others, and the
mittee on Post< ffices and Postroad«, aud the Woodhull, with a | caked hat and a niau’s
of the six dukedoms which he conferred on
Duke of St. Albans is probably the poorest
J osephine cot nty ,
Committee od Public Buildings and Grounds. overcoat, terminating in unmistakable crino
his illegitimate Ions snrvive and fl >urish at 1
line, stalked in. As she did not immediately
—Judge, J. B. Sifers ; Sheriff,
Mr. Cr.sserlv retains the places he held
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk, diaries Hughes ; Asses
The Duke of Richmond is deseended from
stalk out, but stood looking at the Commis
Perhaps the most remarkable feature about the first duke, tCharles’ son by L>uise de taut session on the Foreign Relations Com
sor. R. E. Foley; Treasurer. Wm. Nancke;
sioner of Internal Revenue in the abstract,
Cosnmissioners, Thomas G. Patterson. H. \V onj-
mittee. and the Committee on Printing.
the families which have sprung from this
Querouaille, created Duchess d'Aubigny in
e a-k; School Superintendent, R. R. Middles-
the last named gentlethan, hiding behind an
source is, that in the Course of two centuries I
Mr. Stewart is taken off the Judiciary
Fiance, sent over to England to influence the
arm chair, stuttered out, “Excuse me, mad
they have not, although possessed of every
Committee, and also off the Committee on
Jourphint County. — Circuit Court. 2d Monday
King by Louis XIV.
in April an i Fourth Mon lay in October County
advantage that wealth and birth could give,
Mines and Mining, of which he was Chair
“I want to see you on business, General
Court. First Monday in January, April, July and
produced a single really eminent man. It
man (Rice, of Arkansas (!) becoming Chair
mmh by marriage with the co.heiress of the
certainly was not the fault of Junius it one
Earl of Cadogan, but the grandfather of the man of the hitter, but is promoted to the
“Well, madam, won’t you be so good as to
descendant—the Duke of Grafton of his day
Chairmanship of the Committee on Pacific
present l’e-r raised the fortunes of the f.imi
come to my office. I am
—is not notorious; nor of Chui les Lever, it
ly still more by marrying the heiress of the Railroads, vice Howard, no lunger Senator,
not in a condition
another is not handed down to posterity us u
and is also made a member of the Committee
on business just now, and I
specimen of rollicking Conviviality, the)
gave the celebrated ball on the eve of Water on Indian Affairs.
beg of you to desist and come to the Bureau.”
••iliiev-bottl.st” of three bottlers, who proved ’
Mr. Nye still holds the Chairmanship of
loo, wh ch Iris been commemorated by
“I don’t care anything about your condi
himself, when Victory of Ireland, Si fur us
General Pleasanton ; but it is a matter
JACKSONVILLE LODGE No. IO
the consumption ot claret was concerned,
The G aidwood races are held in the park <>ld place on the Naval Committee.
of some importance that I wish to see you
more Irish tnan the Irish themselves.
OLDS ITS REGULAR MEETINGS ON
Mr. Corbett continues to be a member of upon, and this is as good an opportunity as
of the Duke’s beautiful place in Sussex, of
every Stetnrdny evening st the Odd Fellows’
The royal papa adopted a simple but most
that name. From the Gordons he inherits the Committee on Indian Affairs, and second any.”
Hall. Brothers ill uo - h I stnndin-r nre invited to
expedient fur providing bund'Omely
JAMES BUCKLEY. N. G.
(Jordon Castle, nod an imm -nae estate in the on the list of the Conrmittee on Commerce.
“My God, madam,” exclaimed the ago.
TIIOS. PAULSON, R. Sec y.
California St., (Up Stairs,) over Reame« for his natural sms. lie betrothed them at a;
He is also, this session, placed on the Revo- nized Commissioner, shifting his financial per
J ohn R ii . okr ,
very tender age to the great heiresses of the j
<k Wilson’« Livery Stable,
title, a m in generally and deservedly respec lutionary*Claims Committee.
II. K i . ippkl .
I'son from one leg to the other, “won’t you
day, who were his owu wards.
11. V. U mlsm ,
His Democratic colleague, Mr. Kelly, is permit me to dress for dinner ?”
te<i, was a member of the last Tory Govern
Thus Monmouth, Iris especi <1 darling, be
Re-rular R>>ekih Degree meeting, last Monday
assigned positions on the Pacific Railroad
merit as Pieaident of the B >ard of Trade.
“I have no objection to your dressing for
night of eaet> month, at 7 J o'chstk p. tn.
came the child-husband of atm. Countess of
and Postal Committees, as usual with mem dinner, but what I want to know is, what
BuCeleUch in her own r gut, who is poeticallv
Brethren, Let us have Peace.
bers of the minority, “at the tail end” of are you going to do about this
C. W. liAIILLB,
described by Sir Walter Scott in the “Lay
each. By the retirement of Senator Williams
The Rad'n-nl party of A:kansas is in a ter-
of the Last Minstrel,” as one who,
Attorney a:id Coiinsrllor-at-Law,
That Vanderbilt ease is a great outrage, sir,
“In pride of youth, in beauty’s blooui,
rible state of demoralization.
the Finance Committee and on Public Lands and I can see that somebody is to be swindled
Had wept o'er Mouuiouth's bioudy tomb.”
It will be remembered that Clayton by pro
BILLS 1NTRODICED BY SENATORS FR M THE out of half a million of dollars,” and here
So far, however, aS connubial happiness
fessions of conservatism succeeded in getting
PACIFIC C oast —COLE MOVES F or the aboli followed a statement of the Vanderbilt case,
went, the lady had little reason to lumeot up a coalition between his wing of the Radi
Will practice in the Supreme Court, District, and
other Courts of this State.
TIOS OF THE INCOME TAX.
that occupied just twenty minutes by the
her turd, who lived openly ui.d notoriously cal party and the Democrats in the Legiela
OFFICE — Tn building formerly occupied by 0.
clock, and was very forcible and emphatic.
with Lidy Henrietta Wentwroth, daughter ture and was electe<i to the (Jailed States
Jacobs—ojqio-ite Court House square.
At the end of it, when the strong-minded con
of Lord Slrutf.ird. The Duchess, like uiaiiy Senate. After his elect ion be tried to prevent
Dl€. GE) B. TOLYIA.N,
stitutional Woodhull paused for breath, the
I .idles whose first husbands have c->me to n Lt. Gov. Johnson from succeeding him as
(late Surgeon U. S. Army,)
Commissioner said :
ir.igical end, c msoled herstli with a second, Governor. Clayton was supported by the go over to the next session.
Bv Mr. Cole—A bill to abolish the tax
“I don’t know anything about the Vander
Physician, Surgeon, and Accoucheur,
L >rd Cornwallis.
Supreme Court and the Stu e Senate, but the upon income«, repealing so much of the Act
case, madam. I have not looked at a
Monmouth was Charles’ son by Lucy Wai House Sought the impeachment of Clayton '
a ar ill practice in jackson and
y V adj icent counties, an i at eud promptly to
»-ingle paper. I have not heard anything
»WAVING A T.XRGE AND WELL SELECT ters, Said to Lave been the «laughter uf u and adopted reSilutioii »u-pendmg him lr >m
ail culls on pro e."ion.il business.
1 ( e<i assortment of
but what you have told me. I have not had
it wasoften asS -rted that offi e during the trial. Clayton rouses io
OIT-’ICI: ANI> RESIDENCE,
time. My God, I don’t get time to get on
Charles was pr’.v it< Iv married to this lady, obey the mandate and is organising aimed
on i.’i street, ol i >s.te the M. E. Church, Jack-.
THE < REG >N BRANCH PACIFIC RAILROAD.
my breeches. I don’t want to be rude, but
and the support which he received in the wes resistance to the auth< r.tv ol the House, and
Mr. Corbett has intro *
. a bill provid I wish you would go away and let me dress.”
tern counties no doubt was, tn a considerable
thrCHlsns to proclaim martini law. He has
decree, owing to tlm prevalence of this idea ! placed his guards nrou id the Executive Man ing thut for the purpose of aiding the con At this moment a knock was beard at the
struction of a railroad and telegraph line door, and
among the populace. There was a rumor in
PLEASANTON YELLED L0TDER
Lmdon. not without foundation, s one years i Representatives. On the other hand, John- from a point on the Central Pacific Railroad
Opposite t he Old
than ever he gave command to a battalion,
ago, that certain papers had been discovered | s<>n is ub ut to proclaim martial law and de
Come in.” The d »or opened, and the sub
by those most interested in the matter, which cl >re himself the rightful Governor.
A rkansas L ivery S tasi e .
stantial figure and handsome face of our Com
gave credit to this story ol a private niarri ge. j The carpet bag faction of the State is
modore Alden appeared upon the entrance.
Pr bably, however, no one i i the wide w»>nd equally notorious for depravity and general
So soon as he did this, the Comm ¡sooner
has le-8 desire to contest Vi< toria’s right to “cussedness.” They came in swarms from
li. II. GREENMAN,
from the rear of bis arm chair to
the throne than the Duke of Buccieuch, the New England and the Northwestern States—
i’liyaician. «12 Surgeon,
the back of a sofa, and Alden, thinking that
lineal representative ol the unhappy Mon j the refuse of g>>ral society, and like hungry
he was intruding upon some tender scene be
OFFICE—At the IT. S*. HOTEL, on Califor
locusts fastened themselves on evervthing 1858. the right of way and ten alternate sec
nia Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
tween the General and the female, beat a
The same Buccieuch property which, in which promised sustenance. They anticipa
practice in Jackson and adjacent coun-
tions Of public lands per mile on each side of hasty retreat. But the Commissioner was
Charles the Second's time was worth £5,000 ted the banquet and even before the close of
ies, ar.d attend promptly to pro essional calls.
a year, is now probably rated at the stun the war infested Little Rock, where they the projected line. The lands granted are not to be forsaken, and he ran to the door,
We are prepared to do all kinds of
DR. A. fi. OVERBECK
multiplied by twenty. Besides this, the mixed lovingly with the dismal looking refu to be sold only to actual settiers, in quantities jerked it wide open, and, with the tail end of
ILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR
Duke—who is also Duke of Queened,erry— gees and the besotted ignorant negioes. Ol not exceeding 1G0 acres, and at prices aver his linen flying in the wind, seized Commo
GERY, and will attend promptly to all calls
has inherited the estates of the notorious «uch material is the Radical party of Arkan aging not more than «2 50 per acre ; nnd the dore Alden nod brought him back, when the
on professional business. Ills office and residence
“Old Q ,” the hero of those milk-baths which sas compo-eI. By the assistance of Grant's grant is to be trade subject to the condition cool and courageous Woodhull rose in a ma
The Overbeck Hospital,
spread terror throughout London some bavonet9 they have he'd dominion in the tliut twenty miles of the road shall be eon jestic manner and wished them a good day.
On Oregon Street, Jacksonville, Oregon
seventy years ago, when the report was rife State and contributed their share in “raising structed within two years from the enactment Pleasanton sank exhausted into a chair and
of the bill, and that the work shall progress begged Alden for a little brandy to try and
JAMES D. FAT.
that the very same milk in which he lnyed hell in the South.” They have well nigh
FAY A RE A
his corrupt old carcass was resold by the ser imp »verishe I the State by their outrageous at the rate uf tweuty miles annually thereaf rally from this tremendous attack of woman’s
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
rights made upon him.
vant« to the milkman, and by him to the conduct. Clayton is a carpet bagger, and at ter.
Attorneys and Counseilors-at.Lair,
“With the briel garment of a weak defense.
OFFICE—In Court H oum , up stairs.
one time commanded the Fifth K> iii 8.> b
He stood appalled.”
Will practice in the Supreme an 1 other Courts
came to the present Duke of Buccieuch his S uthwest for its j iy hawking pnadivities. Japan Steam Navigation Company, and to Future Wealth of the United States.
of this State.
provide for the segregation and survey of the
magnificent seat Drumlanrig Castle in Dutn-
lie is as unscrupulous as a devil of Iris calibre
Particular attention paid to the collection
frieshire, with its seventy-five miles of drive can well be. Johnson has not 8» wide a swamp and overflowed lands in the State of E. P. Whipple contributes to the March
of Claims again-t the Federal and State Govern
number of the Atlantic Monthly a very read
ments, the Entry of Lands under the Pre-emption
over closely mown velvet turf ; and by the 1 reputa'ion for rascality, but it h>«s only been Oregon.
and Homestead Laws, aud to the Entry ol Mineral
essay which be styles “Shoddy.” It
marriage of the Duke’s grandfather with the ' from lack of opportunities.— Ottumwa [Iowa)
Lodes under the recent Act of Congress.
will be seen that Mr. Whipple takes a hope
daughter and heiress of the last Duke of M in Democrat.
DR. W. JACKSON,
| binds of the United Slates,” in the shape in ful view of the future :
tag«, the Duke of Buccieuch inherits B .ugh
D aniel W ebster ’ s O pinion of B en . B ut which it was reported by him from the Sen
Of the enormous undeveloped resources of
ton Park, an enormous chateau in the French
Dental Rooms in build'ng f- nn er I y occupied by
United States it is difficult to «peak with
style, in Northamptonshire, reniarkab:« f>r
Dr. E. 11. Greenman, corner California and Fifth
out an appearance of exaggeration. The
being surrounded by miles and miles of
Streets. Ail style« of Dental work done on short
taxable value, which all meu of property
notice, at reduced prices. Particular attention
avenues of trees.
given to the regulation of children's teeth. Teeth
well know is always far below the exchange
Nor was this all. Bealieu Abbey, a
extracted without pain by the use of the late
value, of all the property in the United
method of local anasth*sia. Ai! work warranted.
charming old plaee in the loveliest pare of the
States was, in 1860, ia round numbers, $16,>
New Forest, and Ditton Park, famous for its
Nov. Wh. W*69.
100,000,000, showing a rate of increase, io
oaks, near Windsor, have also fallen to him
teu years, of a fraction over one hundred and
in right of heirship to the great house ol
and, therefore, in deep ploughing, and enough twenty-six per cent. It has been computed
of it. All the better if it be a subsoil plow. that if this rate is preserved through the
The Duke of Bucelench thus represent« the there was of him. “I have seen him, sir,”
We believe in large crops which leave land next four decades, the taxable value of the
it k 4
G»ur dukednns of Monmouth, Montagu. was the reply. “He is what we call a sharp
Queensberrv and Buccieuch, and is possessor practitioner. A pert, pushing lawyer, su better than they found it, making both the United States would, in 1870, be $36,500,«
farm and farmer rich at once.
000.000 ; in 1880, $82,800.000.000; in 1890,
of estate« yielding an income of probably not perfieially educated ; with the impudence of
AVING LOCATED IN JACKSONVILLE,
We believe that every farm should own a «187.300,000,000; in 1900, $423 300,000,-
less than £300.000 a year, hi« property in
informs the citizens of this place and vicinity
000—an increase of wealth whicu will be
that he is now p-*oared to take orders for all kind«
Diimfrieshire alone being rated at upward of a man might be dangerotr. Is he likely to
ol gents’ and boy’« clothing at reasonable prices.
We believe that the fertilizer of any soil is over eight times our estimated increase in
attain a position in which he enu do much
£90.000 a year.
population. Vest as these sum« appear,
mischief?” “No. sir—no danger of that. He a spirit of industry, enterprise and intelli drowning in their sound all shoddy groans
yoB- Ci KANiMO and R epairing done.
said Disraeli's “Coningshy,” as he drove for is certain to ne hung before he can reach a gence—without these, lime, gypsum and gua over our predicted finnne al ruin, and making
July 2d, 187».___
our big debt of two millions and a half shrink
nn. will be of little use.
position of that kird.”
hy comparison into dwarf like dimensons,
PAMPHLETS, the first time in the c>>Urt-yurd of Monmouth
We believe in good fences, ¿ood farm there is no reason that they shall not be real-
House, and the observation really applies t»>
D idn ’ t S ee I t .—“Ami *o ye have taken
house»«, tood orchards, and children enough to ized provided the brain of the nation ade
the Duke of Buccieuch.
«1 the ieet>-Ul pledge, have ye?” said one Irish
quately seconds its hands. Massachusetts,
Fortunately, the owner of so much wealth man to Another. “Iodide I have, and am gather the fruit.
We believe in a clean kitchen, a neat wife with an nrea of only 7,800 square miles,
and influence uses it worthily.
not ashamed of it ait her.” “And did not
now own« »» sevenNfllth of the whole taxable
The other dukedoms with the bar sinister Paul tell Timothy to take a liitle wine fur in it, a clean cupboaiM, a clean dairy, and a property of the nation. If the other States,
with greater natural »dvantage«, should in
are Grafton, St. Albans and Richmond. The the stomach ?” “So he did ; but then my clean conscience.
hoice liquors and cigars con -
crease. during the next thirty year«, so tnatt
And all other kinds of printing required
•t&ntly on band.
Duke of GrafL>n «p ings from Charles' liaison name ia not Tim Ithy, and thete’a nothing the
to be done in the community, on
A lady in Jasper county, Indiana, aged their wealth -Imuld bear the same Pp’pror-
with Barhaba Villiers, created Duchess of matter with my stomach, bedad 1”
tion to the square mile of’erritnrv which the
75, wants a divorce from her husband aged weal'h of Ma-siehuset’s now d><«. »he prop
Cleveland. The flrat Duke was well provided
You who want Job Prin
How to get the exact weight of a fish— 78, because he spends half bis time running erty of th« nation in I960 will be ,415,000,-
for by marriage with the only daughter and
12 -2 Crate.
us a call, and we will satisfy you
with the girls.
heirtu of Henry Bennett, Earl of Arlington. weigh him in bis qwd scales.
July 17to, 1869.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
NEW & FANCY TYPE,
RAILROAD SALOON !