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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON,' 'SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1S61.
VOL. Vl.-rJVO. 37,
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' BUSINESS OAHDS.
CITY BREWERY i
(On the 1 1 III)
IMIK Proprietors having token possession
I of the City Ilrewcry, lately conirollenl by
)lr. l'il't are pfep.mil to fiirmli tagcr Ilcer
to cople or till vicinity by the keg, bottle
or on draught.
Au ctpcrlcnce of many jenrs in brewing
(lives tlicm nn ndrottt.igc over oil cniniiottlorx
ml warrants them in promising A ItKITUIt
vkiicm: TIIAX IMN UK FOUND
i;i,$r.Vlli:Ui: In Southern Oregon.
ttff- He r-nre to send your orders to the
HlTJIKHWnUY.ir jnn wish IhollF.ST
jlKKIt. Klti:UXt:U & MATTKS.
Jacksonville, Sept. 10, 1861. II.Mf
SA3IUHL 1:. HI AY,
OFFICE IN "BCNTINEL" UUILDINO,
DR. J. HERBOLD
"fTT0UI.I respectfully announce to the clli-
M en uf Jiecksninlllo nml 4,.u-,fT.S
vicinity tbit he Is now prepared &
to ilo vjjjuXJ
YIM.PAJC1TK OK UUIllir.lt WOUK
for nrlldcUl teeth In the bul !! and at prl
CM to suit Hie time. ,,,.,,
All kind of Denial operation attended to In
.1.1111.. I irtiinnr
ft PKIIIfll limtmvi-
Jrkonllle, June 'M. 1801.
WAR SCRIPjWAR SCRIP.
D. F. DO W ELL,
ATTORNEY AT 3, AAV,
(Till iirnetlee In all the Court or the Thlnl
JuJI Ul District, the Siipwiiie Court or Ore
rut, ami In rcka. Cab
Hi-ln an aucnt at Washington nml expect
tdrl.lt tint cllv ami the Allintle lid Summer
nml Kail, and uiiy InislncM will receive prompt
W. G. T'VAULT,
ATTOItXKY AT LAW,
"IVIMi attend to busbies In the sovcrol
) Court In Hie I'lr.t Judicial District r
Oregon, ami In the (supreme Court. OMco on
Cilibrnin St., nprovlic "Stnllntl" Offlrr.
Mav2.Mli. V.I. 13-n
SURVEYORS CIVIL ENGINEER,
oitici:, at Tin: esiiwr iiuii.ih.mjh,
AM. ItiirlucFH pertaining In Land or Land
Law promptly Attended to.
Jeekwmvillc May tllli. IfCl. l"lf
CHAS. D. BROOKS. M. D.,
HAS I.OCATJ'.D IN' JACICSONVIM.K. nnd
nITir lit prorewlon.il service In this com
inunHv In the practice or JMittnt, .S'irjrry ami
Iinicp nn California ktrcct, next door to Neu
ber' Jewe-lr.v Mori1. ...
Culls attended to ut all hour of day or night.
G. W. GREER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
(ii'i'ici:, jacichd.wim.i: imusi hiuui:,
HAS opened n shop opiollo Anderson A
(tlennV. on Ctillfnruli street, In Dr. h.
Clanting' drill? store, for repitrlng
WATOIIKS, CLOCKS, JUWULItY.irrC.
All uork warrantnl to phe MlIlaet!on.
JackMinllle. Ih-cZd. IhCO. '1!?:,y
PKTKll BTI ITT,
h pre pins to tako I'lctiiren In every ityloor
ue Art. MIDI all ino iici uiijirutinn.t.
fin not (hofUiractlon.ini char(?ia will bonude.
'all at I'ynk'i. Clear fitore, or at the OalU ry on
(lie HlU.and cu liU rictiuoi. lttf
V, V. SVllAUVK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Kmiiivmi.i.k, JonKi-uir.x County, Oun.,
Will iiiiDclually attiud to liulncrcnlriilid to
ilc.ire. April 13. 180l.-13ir
N the I'lrnt of Januury, 'CI, tho prlccn of
?;i'ro reduced Imnlyvtr ttnl..on thu 1'aclllo coait.
A ftw or tlit-eo, tint but and cheupvit ma
Uilufii made, at ijun I'raiiulfci rnter.
K. 0. BKdSlOXK, Afc'fnti
Jacksonville. Jan. 12. A2tr
Oppojito tho Post Olflco.
fJIIAVIHO, llalr-cnlllns, Shauipoolnjr Cur
O ling aiifl I lair Dyeing.
Abo. a geniilno artlalo ot FMi'a lltutllM
TniUTHt.aud Crlttadora'ri KtceUior II nr I)y) for
flc. Jackfionvllle, Juno "ll. .tM
PR. G, W. BROWN'S
jflEDIOAL AND SURQIOAL OFFICE,
California ut., opposite. Sentinel Office,
f PO tloto w-io can appreciate truth, Sifdi
X wU not tail to call upon Dr. 0. W, Drawn.
Hp alo luOtcti tho itttcntloit of all who aiu
;ulUrli with dleeaea fif (he 1'yo to call ut hla
9?HB BYES ! THD EYES !
tin riii'D, No 1oy,
onii . ),,.iir- fi-'m Hi m loir m
h I i- ;'tif
El Dorado Saloon !
Corner (iT Cnlinirnln nml OrfRon H.,
WH1. llITUKn, Proprietor.
The mot choice brand, or
Brandy, Whisky, Cordial,
WINK, CldATiS, ETC.,
I'or fah) In nny delrnl quantity. :U
JA OKSON VILL13.
RISKS taken upon Mill, Hotel. Store,
Pui'lllni;, etc.. on the mot fiuoraljlu
term. In llarlTord, I'ha'iilx. Glrord. Ooodhnc,
and other well known mid reponIble compa-
" J8t2l 12. 0. SIISSIONH, Agent.
J. 21. HEBI,
ATTOIIN3DV AT LAW,
Will attend to nnv lmlncw coiilldrd to him In
the houtuI Cnurli or lint l'irit Judicial lllrtrlct
or Oregon, and In the Supreme Court, f ::t 1
Dr. . Calthvcll Iionlman
H'S permanently locilnl In JackFonvllle.
. mid nHir hi profi!(lonnl rrrUce In the
Stritltlnr, Nuritrr' nmt Olilrtrlr.
Oniee nt lil ri'Idcncc, on Calirornla lrccl.
In tin' homo rnrinerlv occuplul hy A. M. Hurry,
next door to Jndu I'rlmV.
CIiihkp U'rv nit'on.tldo ('alls Httcndcd to
at all hour or the day or night.
Tarn iio prepired to rcceUe pat tnlh In the
IIomiIIiI on llir corner on'hlrd Strict, hick
or Ihi' "I'nlon llotid"
Tkhmij t asii on noon snrrnnw
('MAS. II. IlllOOKK, .M. I).
Jacksonville Jnl in. lhll(i.'ih-tr.
WHEELER & WILSON'S"
Sewing Machines !
Willi nil the Lite Improvement.
V 8MAI.1, nworlnifitt urtlinnbmi machine
( jut reofln-d nml Tor f.ilo nl Kan l'ran
elfco iirieo, adillnglri'lKht.
i;. r .hi:sion.s,Asciii.
Jacksonville. June 21), jhiiI. V
CROW & CRANE,
11 A VINO remnviil to (he SHOP formerly
I'J orenplid by. I. K, A-kley, on tlto nirmr.
or I 'on i Hi mid C itrect,uro prrpareil to do nil
UN THE BEST STYE, AND
.TuekfOnvllle. S-pl 1H, lufll. HGilf.
UNITED mm HQTELI
(LATE UNION HOUSE),
BY LOUIS KORNE.
'PIiniiMl accommodations ghen to gueiU
JL trunilmt and pernianeiit.
Thu llottd ha iK-en renirnUluil mid refltlul
I no my diiiirtnn'iit, Illnn uiaqinvllul In
any llotl In Hiiilhern Oii'koii.
JackMnllle, Dec. 1. 1HCU. Wt
SLAT23 OaBEK MOUSE.
y Ouorgc T. Ylning.
'pill! proprietor wbhn to Inrorm hi frlemU
L nnd the IniK'lhiR public gem-nill) that In
ha purch ieil llio n'xivo Hotel, foriiurl) kept
by O.J. I, an, and ha newly fiirnUlinl nnd
Ihoroiiuhly u'lltled thu wmo In tho lluent t,le
lemmxem' and Irmeh'iii I-l 1 1 nc KvrliyOlh
and Crercvut City will llnd excellent aeeoiuino
The JIouik; 1 locatnl nlxiiil mtdnay bctneer
Jaukfonvllln and UerbyOlle.
Persons dolrou or eiijoylns a Tew week ol
recreation will llnd ut till place nn excellent
opportunity of ciijuylii;! IhuiiM'hc.
Sept. 8. I8i;n-:iiu.
P. II. IjI'IVCII,
Wholesale and Itetnll Dealer In
Foreign and Domestic
WINES, SYRflr& CORDIALS,
- AT 1IIK -
Corner of Lallfiiinlit ami Thlnl HlrctU,
Ke.xWoor to Ueckman' CAprcM.
jSit-Altonlera promptly llllul. 1tr
TH03W2P03T 5t ttREEa.
TTtTUkeepcomluntly on hand Ikobctt asfort
i t men i ol
Wo have now In ttoro tho
LARGEST 4 HP HUSJ SKhtiVTCP
STUCK QV J) HUGS
L'ver olfcred In tliU market, and wo moan to
maintain, by regulur Importation, ami by Mll
hlff tho belt articles at tho 10 II'AVM' CASH
I'ltWtiS. that leadliifr ponition which the. Juk.
fomlllo prug Stont ban heretofore hold.
TIIOMI'SON' ft OIIFUR
J.-kKinIll- Ogn Sipt ',' 31
THE OREGON SENT1EL.
PUDLIStlED EVEUY OATUrtDAY, DY
DENLINOER & 1-IANT5,
IIKMIV liKNMMIKII, WW. M. KAMI,
KIllTOIIS AKD mOfniKTOIll.
Olllco ovorGhigaEo & Drum's Btablos.
'""TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION!-
ftVVllltAllf.r IN aiivanukA
Ono Copy, One Year . , .
One Copy, Six Month
One Square, of Twelve I.lnn or leu. i'lrl lir
ertimi,$:t 00 ; nnd for each Mibeuuont I user"
:loti, $1 110,
lroreIoiml or llulne Card, l'aeh Sipiare,
per annum, 30 00 : for Six Month, Sift OU
lor Tlnco Month, $10 011.
A llliornl dlwniiitt will bo made to peron who
ndvertlpo to tlie extent 01 lour ntiinie.
VI10 numlier or lnertlnn I1011I1I bo marked on
the innrKlu or ndverlbcnii'iitii.
I'or the Skxtinki.
nv a tAtir.
01 thonph Supremo who rtiK- above,
Look dim 11 with tender care,
Sltt the dro frtim out our land
And how who tmc men arc.
01 Kard, and rac Ihe tllnnt bund,
Who nt their cnuntr) 'h call,
Are bravely moving In the Held
To compter or to fall.
01 mvo nnd blew our volunteer,
Tho noble pnlrtot band,
Dcrrndcr or our rncrtd right,
The honor or our land.
Ond! Riiard nnd lend tho Ditto band,
Henl riom our Rohlen phnre,
Arm them with o'er-iowerliiKtreiiKth
Tliroiifih nil thu IjhIIIb'h roar.
Our country enll wc end them rorlh,
The brnmt and the lie.t,
Oml crown their labor with triumph,
And nil their net be hlrM.
0! rnvo our ilmttrrnl Union,
Our count rj 'a honor kio!
I'oraterniny Ihe flnr nnd flrlpo
In triumph proudly nne.
Oiirurl your Ixinncr to the brere!
I. If! up our ftandard htli I
Maroli braiely on, wllh firm rctolvo,
To conquer or to die.
Jaekumvlllo.i.'ipt. 21th I SCI.
J-'iiirj Chicago Chrbtlnu Advocate, July 81.J
'Mtrthriht T.'HI. C A nitt'mmi'CVa.?
nml Cumgo. III. l'tiHu'wl Inj rtijunt.
Vin'.Mi.Mii.N'dCiiiiiHT.viX AmmetaTioN IIoom )
Itnliinnuil. 11., Muy utli. I
To Ihe V. M. A ' of Xmlh Amttua t
IliiKTiiMKN : Wc Imw uVlerniintil by Ihe
lulpof (iih) to niMreM you in the diameter
"if Hiieoimilerii. In eonin'ction with tin- Con
fidemcynr Chriftuiii Awiciiillnip, wo Irutl
lluit we have Keiiretl tin- cuiiliileiice and line
ol many ot jnur member, nml tve urn con
cIouh thut eilncirt'ly nclproento their fcnll
ui'iit. You mny tin ti repaid with oiue re
Mct the lali menu we mny tn.iko in refer
r.-iice to Hip piwnt eoudlllon or our eounlry
.Many or llinte who Kirliciule witli u In the
('lirmtiiiti Mluwfhlp which wu ixlnblttd li
tin ilfhjiiiti from tin v.iriou portlium of our
'k1miI country, ut the riiiuu il eouvtution held
1 1 Troy, Oi'urlwtou, UUIuuoi.d. Cmcu n iliund
New Orhiinn, will doubth be vWllluj tounlti'
with ii In on tarneat t Hurt for the icitorn
Hoiiorpeuce ui.d jocxl will between the con
Through the ditorliiiR medluin of the pre,.
IIutc U a inlfutideralanilin betwetu tho S'urlli
nnd the South m to their reeitifl poslllomi
If (litre could be 11 fair rcpreKiitiitinu of tin
iiiliintiitanr tho printer portion df the ieo.
pie ut Ihe Korlli and Ihe South, we would not
prcFvnt the melnucholly ipicliiclu or n Krcut
nition invhhed In 11 civil unr. which must be
proluetio of the incut rtimUcrmn eouic
ipiene(s to tho material and piritunl Interv't
o each feci inn. The sepnn.t on or tho South
Iroin the North is Irrevocable, the sooner thi
limit fact i ncktinwIedRid by the nations or
the earth liio btller will it bo for the interc!
or Immunity The conquest or Ullier Kctlcn
by Ihe nthir It impossible. You can linvo no
ilnitlit r this proposition If jim lomider Hie
leocliin' iifnll history in roRiird to the tibll
it) of an InviiiUd country to rt pel lis Invaders,
win re Ihe numbers nre nearly iqunlly iliv ilei',
and the couriiRO of rneh is unqiu'.ioned. In
the 1 remit cunlvst there Is a unanimity of
MMimcnt on the part or tho South to inalu
lain lis ind(cndvna' and to icik-I invasion
which has be 11 iine.nmp!ed in the history of
the world, In thi community almost every
eroii capable or beurinr nrms is ready to
oluntier inthotcrvicoorthc Slate. Our As
foi'iullon, nnd eun the tnlniMry is hirpilj
repriwiiliil In tho ranks or the army. Thi'
South has no desire to liiwnle tho soil of the
Xorlh.or to lako from il any of its rights
We only nk to be pennlttiif lo Kinern our
elves in aciordauce with the principles which
wero L'uarnutcid in tho Constitution of Hie
United Stale, and which was maintained b)
Ihe Norlli and Iho .-South in Hie revolutionary
war. The wires nnd List men of both sec
lions luivu rceo;:nie.d these nrinelp'es, nnd we
do nut nowiuhocato a war ol aggression or
As christian?, let tii dfecountnuenco the nils
reprcfenlnllons ni'eaeii oilier, whkh nre so fro
quently n'ailc, let us labor turneslly in the
cause of jicnec. In Noicniber Inst we united
in n cull upon tho I'rutdcnt of the United
Slat for Ihe nppolnlnient or a day for humil
iation and prajir to Almighty Ood for a bles
sing on our country, untl in answer to our
prnscra the fratricidal bund has thus far been
withheld by a merciful I'rovldence. I.?t u
iigniii unite our pruiersnnd cll'oils for tho res
toration of H'aco mid good-will bitween the
Northern and Southern Confuleracy.
With the sinceic liope that wo may bo pblo
lo congratulate you at tho approaching con
vention in St. Jouis upp) this nuipiclous re
sult, wo rcnialu,
avm. 1'. muniorp,
V. II. OiYATMMKV,
Youxo Mus's Christian Asiociatiox, )
Chicago, III., June 17, 18C1, j
To Ihe V. M. C. 4. ofllithmoml. Va-t
TlinaiiKiiv : Your circular letter, addressed
to Ik Y M (' A 1 of North Annriea has
liecn rccelvid, nlid rend to our Aocintion,
whlcli has directed us to And you the follow
log reply : '
1 on sny, in your circular, you address us
" in llio character of enci; makers." lie ns-
surni we will ever neleutnu siielf n rohitinn,
nml ni.'fu;cs whlcli, without Inculcating dis
honor, or suggesting netiutesccncc In rebellion,
brentho the spirit of " IVaco on earth," will
ever be moie than welcome. lnnlrntlnn lias
said, " Hlcssed arc tho peace-makers," but hns
also denounced those who " have seduceil the
people, siijing pcaio, peace, nnd there was no
In the next iwrncrnnh wc rend with nstfln
ishment tliese words, " Tho separation of the
South Iroin the Not Ih Is irrevocable, and the
sooner this pent fact Is acknowledged by the
iiiilimis of tiic earth, Ihe better will it bo Tor
tho Inlcrest or Immunity," Citn it be that
these words come to iih from Clirlslinn young
men? Have those who wrote them over rcud
the New Tislnmenl? lho,1imv run they so
tamely submit lo the violation or Hint ordi
nnucu which enjoins nbfilirnco In the " hlcher
powers"? "lrrevocnblo" I Wherefore? I line
you suffered wrongs which justify revolution?
tins Micro been nny liilcrliTincu with u slngli
vested rmht? Hac the United Slules inter-
crcd with the rrceilom of worship, liberty of
conscience, ircciioni 111 spcecn tr mo press 1
lias Ihe Ftderul Ooernmcnt refined or ueg
heled to romply with n single obligation?
Ilns Congnss ii.ih'ciI nny law interfering In
nny degree with jour persons or property?
Distasteful nnd repugnant to us nil, to our (on
clence, In nil our views of right, a is jour In--dilution
or slavery, our Oovernment ha not
directly nor indirectly interfered with it.
Why thin is the South In nrms ngniust us?
Why ha. State idler Slato sought to ruxli
midly front the Union? Why do you
standing upon tho ground or the State hal
lowed by (lie urlnsnl him who, when counter
utiugthlugsessentbl to our will-liclnir, placed
nmong then" mi nulinnlitble Uwn of the
Mala under one riilernl lieuil sny you nre
unnnlninu in your purpose to resist the mi
liinrlly of that "fiihrnl head," anil prevent
that " IndiMiiliiblf Uni 11"?
lIuuTiimiN : Wo nk you. bas there oxer
lieeti 11 time when xnu could not visit us In
safely? When you could not come among
us nml rrrcly spruit your rer.liuicnts upon nn
public duestlnn? I Jul for years It litis bun
net known thut evenynu would uffiird us nn
protection u going to jour nity, or visiting
farther southivnrd, we sIimiM sny, with tin
holy npostle, (Iml haonade n( ono blood oil
niitlims tu dwill upon the face of tho enrth."
nr with the author of the Declaration nf lnile-pcuih-noe.
' Alt tin n nre crented frre nnd equal,
nnd luio cerlnln iuillennlile rlghlB. nmuug
whiih nri' l.iiinitTV.'' Ac. You are well nwnre
tin' violemo bus puriiied our brithern who
clung lo these hnllonid doctrines, thut the)
wero often peiseeuliil iinln death, nnd that
ilinsc wrongs hnve nt Iml ciilmluiitcd in open
robeliion nnd bloody reslxtuucc to Iho most
paternal Omcrnmint on earth. And yet, Tor
this thu Chrbtuiii voting nun of llichtnoud
huvo no cctwuri-!
You soy, ' We only nil. lo lw pcrmltlcd
lo nvrn -iMiwheti, iii accordance -with -the
principle which weie eunrmitced in Hie Con
stitutlnn of Iho Uutteil States." In this you
will find rur hiiirty syinxi(hy nnd co-opera
lion. Wo will old in any eflnrt you may
make to retain lawful slain smereignlj', in
c-irnrctinn with Iho Unltiil Stntw. sucli lulng
the principles" of Hie U. S. Constitution
and wefugesl tnjou Hint your brcthirn ol
Wwtcrn Yirginln have taken steps ut Wheel
ing Iiihciiio this very llihrg. and nro hnppj
to add the whole power 0! tho General (iot
eruim nt will aid thim to the lust rxtumily
At the rami lime, wn cannot content that, in
opposition In tin- principles or the Consliiullon
ol the United Stntis, n tactions minority shall
govern thunelw-g and us!
You tell us or Southern unanimity. "We
me happy to say lo you thut wo nte ono poo
in Ihe loyal stolen. Our old parly linen have
vanislnd. Old political watch-words ore for
gotten. Wo nro one Tor tho Union, tho Con
stitution, mid tliecnforcenn-ntorthelawK!
You speak or members of jour own associa
tion, and ministers, who have gone up ngalint
our nrmles. We only soy they will meet our
brcllicin, who benr with them our Hag, and
whose motto Is, " Fint Christ's, then our
Willi jon. we deilorc this war, but It has
been forced upon our country by mad and re
bellious men, Wc ennuot pray Hint it mnj
cento until rebellion has bun crushed mid
tmiiion tlioroiighly humbled.
You speak of ' Northern and Southern
C011A1K nicies." We know no mch sicioim'
divisions. Wc know of tho Unitkh SrATKM,
young, jet glorious in llh history. That is
nur country, mid such wc propio to leave it
Tor tlioio who succeed us,
It is true that wc have heard of a confale
racy to overthiow this Government, but wc
long since read, " Say jo tint n confederacy to
nil them to whom this peoplo shall sny n con
federacy, mllher fear yo their feur, nor be
ufrnid." And whin we sec how artfully the
leaders of rebellion have transfei red tho brunt
ofwnr from Charleston to Richmond, from
South Carolina to your own Slate, wa ngnln
remember tho words of tho Prophet : " The
men of thy confuleracy hnvo brought thee
kvks to tiik iiouniiit : the mm that wen-
nt pence witli thee have dtccived theo nnd
prcvniicl against 1 1 ice ; 11 icy ttiut tint eat inj
brcml hnve laid a wound under thee."
Finally, brethcrn, wc e.hort you to wash
your hands of this wicked nnd unnatural rebel
lion, to stand up faithfully for the old doc
Iriuesoftho American fathers, and to Join
with us in pmjer frr tho Divine blessing upon
the United Slate, upon the Piesident nnd
Vico President, tho Heads of Department,
the Judiciary, our Congress soon to bo ossein
bled, our bravo army nutl navy. Pray with
us Hint our unhappy brethcrn now in nrms,
may be brought to n better mini), that confu
sion may como upon all plotters, alders and
abettors of trenrnn, and tiint, tho iiialrsly of
law vindicated, the Constitution upheld, anar
chy put down, the caute of our troubla re
mauil, peace piny come to alldu with us for
ever, Hoping that you may unite with uIn these
loyul and scriptural petition', wc tctnain
Yours, for nn honorable pence.
John Y. Paiuvbix,
Rev. T. M. Uupv,
.1. Maso.m Fkhris,
" RouKnT Bovo,
How to live, to act with common sense, ac
cording to tho moment, is the best witdom :
know and tho best philosophy, to do one's
dalle, tako tho world as it comes, submit res
pectfully to one's lot, bless tho goodness that
has given sojnuch happiness with it, whatever
it is, and ilesplso ufTectatlon,
A a rf,ltft2 nml fnvnp fnrsnlfn n man wo dis
cover him to be n fool 1 but nobody can we
it in bis prniperilT
A Fortuoato Kiss
The following story Is told by Mis. Fred,
crllm Hremrr, who vouches for its truthfulness :
In tho Unlverstty of Upsula, In Sweden,
lived n young student, n noblo youth, with n
great love f"r studies, bul wilhout tho means
of pursuing them. Ho vvns poor, and without
connexion. Still he studied, living in great
poverty, but keeping tin n cheerful heart, and
trying to look nt tho future, which looked to
grimly at him. His good humor and excellent
(lualitlcs made htm beloved by his vonmr com
rades. Once ho was standing with gome of
them In Hie great smmrc of Ursula, nrnttl nir
nway mi hour or leisure, when tlic nttcntion or
tlic joung men became nrreslcd by n young
and elegant laity, who. at the side of nn elderly
one, was slowly wiilklntr over tho nlncc. It
was tho only daughter of tho Governor of
upmnn, living In tlic city, nml tho lady with
her was tho govcrncs. She was generally
Known tor ner goouness nun geutteness or ciia
rcctcr, nnd looked upon with admiration bv
alt tho students. As the young men stood
gazing nt ner, us she passed nn, like n grace
ful vision, one of them suddenly exclaimed :
"Well, It would be worth something to
have n kiss from such n mouth I"
Tho poor student, the hero of our Btory,
who looked on that pure, nngelic luce, ex
claimed, ns If bv inspiration :
"Will, I think I could hnve I J."
" Whai," iried his friends in n chorus, " nre
you crazy? Do you know her? '
" Not nl nil 1" he unswered j " Iml I think
she wnuld I.Ish me now if 1 nkcd her."
" Wlmt in lids place -biforc nil our eyes T"
" In this plucc, before vour eves."
1. Freely ?"
" Will, if she will give you n klfs In Hint
mnnner.I will give joit 11 thousand dollars,"
exclaimed one nf the purtj'.
" And 1, nml 1," exclaimed three or four
others; for It so happened that several rich
j'oung men were in the group, and the bets
run high on so Improbable nn event. The
chnllensc was made nml received In Icvj lime
than wc take to tell it.
Our heio (my nulhorily tells nol whether he
was hnuihoine nr plain. I have my peculiar
ideas for believing Hint he was riil'litr plain,
but singularly good looking1 nt the mime lime.)
immediately wulkid off tu the young Iml v. mid
"Mlncfro.cii. my fortune Is now In your
She looked nt him In astonishment, but nr-
nsted her sieM. Ho proceeded to state his
nain' nml condition, Ins npirntlon. and re
lated, simply nml truly, what had just nnw
pastd between him anil hiscnmpniiiniis. The
young lady listened ntlentlvelv mid, ut h
ceasing to sjienk, she said bluililngly, but with
great sweetnei-s j
" If by so little a thing so much good can
iietlh-etid, 11 wnuiii bo roolixli for me to 10
fue your request ;" nnd she kliscd him pub
llelv In the open seiunrc.
Next doy tho student wn. sent for by the
Governor. Ilo wants il to see tho mnn who
had ihirnl lo seek n Ids from his daughter in
that way, nnd whom fhe had cnnsiu'c.l to kiw
so. He received Idni with a scrutinizing bow,
but, nftrr nn hour's cunvorsntlon, was so
p'oa'cd with him that he otderul him to dine
nl his tniiie during Mis studies ut l f su n.
Uur jnung rriend pursued Ills studies tn n
manner which soon made him rcgnrdt-d ns the
ni'tit promising sludent In the university
'I hn 0 y -nrs were now passed since the day of
the nrst kiss, when 1 ne young mnn was niinweit
In givo a second one to the daughter of tin
Governor, as his Intended bride.
He became. Inter, one or the greatest sclinl-
nrs In Sweden, and ns much respected for his
iiiquirements ns fur hi character. Ills works
will endiiro while tlmo lasts, among tho works
nf science : nnd from this happy union sprang
11 family well known in Sweden even ut the
preseut tune, nml whose wealth and nigii jxhi
Hon in society tiro regarded ns trllles ill com
purlson with Us wealth uf goodners and love
DnsniitTKiN of Oamiiamii. As it seems
to bo generally believed thut Garibaldi is
about la come to this country to take com
mand in Hie Union armies, the following de
scription nf Ids person by an Englishman who
was with him Hi his Sicilian expedition win
possess Interest fur tho American public :
Hy dint of dexterously slipping through
every crack whlcli presented Itself in the throng.
1 iouii" myseii, in ino course 01 time, lace to
Inco with uuriimitit : mm stuco 1 havo not
wld anything of bis personal nppcarnnco be-
lure, 1 win descrtuc mm us iioiookcii inaiuny.
In costume ho vvns precisely liko the picture
forming Ihe frontl'picco tn this volume, witli
Ihe addition ofu black felt wide-awake, round
which n band of silk or tho satno hue. nn inch
broad, was fastened by a black buckle. The
loose cloak, nml trousers to match, I heard
wero presents from n friend, beennso be was
too poor or too cureless tp buy clothes when
he n quired them, but the color, n light
French gray, ho chote. The coat Iintl a
curious triangular piece of cloth buttoned on
in front, admitting ofrcmnvul. Loosely knot
ted over the shoulders, n dirty old rid hand
kerchief, with a yellow pattern on it, hung
down liko n lady's cupote. This appendage
Garibaldi adopted in llruzil, whero they call
Il u" punehn'niid tlmllng it comfortable, he
has continued it ever since j when it rains, or
the sun is too powerful, it is pulled over bis
Ity Ills side ho woro n steel sword of the
pattern especially manufactured for Ids army,
and sold ull over Naples ut four piastres each.
Hi arms, in red shirtsleeves, and buro hands
with a ring nn ono of Hie lingers, wero ury
conspicuous, from n way he has or keeping
them constantly in motion. In height I should
guess him to bo not more than livo feet six
inches, or five feet seven inches at tho outside ;
Indeed, when lie rose to retire, nm passed me,
1 thought he was one of the shortest men I
had ever seen ; in reality, he Is a trifle, taller
than at first glance ho would bo taken for,
owing to his immensely broiid (shoulders and
chest diminishing his stature by comparison.
Asa whole, bis figure gives j tin Iho idm ol
such colossal strength that you think n blow
from his fist would be death. Quo glance at
Ids lace sunburnt but not scarred, would force
even his most mortal enemy to admit it is
singularly handsome : there- is a nobility of
general outline combined with n marvellous
sweetness of expression that captivates jou at
once. Tho noso Is longer than ordmaiy, nnd
tho forehead is 11 massive expanse, if I may so
speak, denoting great Intellectual powers, the
sin-ill grey eyes, set rather deep, brilliantly
lighting up as ho smiles In speaking. The
beard, onco ot a reddish color, Is now par
tially grej', nnd not of the prepostcrPus length
his portraits Eomethrics represent it to be 1
Qnally, long thin hair, nearly black and appar
ently uncombed, dangled from bis head, as low
as the level of the bottom or Ids chin.
Titii state pf widowhood Is sometimes In.
convenient j for one must assume all tho mod
cty of young girl, without being able tn
Iclgn her ignorance.
Tho American Youthi
Life I n conlinueel battle, wherein defeat is
suffercrcd mora oflcn tlisn victory I won.
Along its flinty path Hie fool nrints'of disaster
arc every where seen, and by ine wnj-side nre
thickly strewed the graves o"( the fallen. Vhy
is il Hint so few succeed ? Why is the hope
with which south set out so often desolated,
and the goal of ambition so rarely readied ?
The strife Is often commenced without prcpn
ration for the Btruggle. Tlic young, impul
sive and nrdent. think they have but tn reeich
forth their hand to pluck the fruit that, like
the apples or tho Htspcrides, Is only to be
gained after thu highest endurance nnd Hie
most patient perseverance. Seldom does geniu
give tho tongue of fame Hint secures distinc
tion almost without mielTort. Toilsome study
nnd persistent investigation, nnd patient expe
riment, nre tlic only modes or realizing a
power to create, or even to rccomblne, o as
to subdue new clcmnils to humane uc. i'hjs
icnl us well as mental training is necesary for
the necomplislimcnt of life victories. Hut
when the intellect is well cultivated, the bod
ily energies arc often uncultivated. The mind,
liko friction on n mnchinenot lubricated, wears
out tho mechauWm of the body, nnd Its grow
ing weakness nnd disorder nuflify Hie power if
ikvclopcs. How often n blanched cheek, cma
cialed limbs, nml feeble muehs. uutk the suc
cessful student, who droops Into the grave
when he Is about to reach the goal or his aspi
Wc of Anicricn havo much to learn on tins
point. A system of intellectual forcing cut
lure, a habit of putting bnjs to the business
of men, lius produced 11 species or precml y,
which, hnwevir much il may nwnken nstonish
inrnl at the wonderful developments, will leave
nny, has lelt manifold evils. At Hie rule
we ore now progressing, the time Is not for
distant when such n thing ns bnjs will be en
tircly unknown. Now the lads or ten wenr
the manners or maturity, and the girls ol a
lesser age arc often women In all but phvsle-nl
development. To the want of physical cul
turc there is niso in be added n neglrct ol
moral lesson. lint school In America
(inches " Iho humanities " 11 s they shnuM be
taught ? Where Is principle laid down as Ihe
basis nr all gre-al (Iforls hoiiniable action,
not in Ihe received sensr, winch is promptitude
in rwentlng uny conceived Insult or suspected
nlTronl, but honorable nclinn, meaning that
squared upon Ihe golden rule, " do unto nthtr
us you would they shou'd do until you," incul
cate t! as the highest guarantee nf noble results?
Our tenehlng Is wrong; our example' i
wrong; our praise nnd our censuru nre or
ten wrong; nnd the result is that wc su
fewer of thoe solfni.iile turn, and strong in
red il uilit ns the eternal truth, firm in principle
ns the living rock, pure In character as the
mountain stream, mid vigorous in niiutl mid
body in the. sturdy oak. who shed lioaor on
our early history.
I'okps rnoit PnRNTjrn. The Nashville
Unwii curses nil parties except its own, and it
is n curse to that.
Mr. Flnjd stole out of the Cabinet, but not
till he l.nd'stolen nut of tho Treasury.
Ceil. Cefll.lt I&wtTd.ls ohmmn tsrubllsh mi
nrms-fuotory In Georgia. Wc should not be
snrry if Ui.cle Sam were to put a halter upon
The Southern Government Is not a Govern
ineut of Ihe people. Tho jienpV Imvc Intel lit
lie or no voice lu it. It is nn affair of It-adeis.
managers, usurpers. Those who live under it
are" subi( ds."
Prof. Wise, the once famnns balloonist, k
selling npples and caudles ut the corners of the
streets in Memphis. Tliut's git ting down out
of Hie clouds.
Tho Northern men who pot tnrred and
feathered in the South may be slylcd " new
Have tho Union, nnd mako kindling-wood of
j-oiir pnrllsmi platluims.
The Union men of Tennessee nre raising
flags nil over the State, 'llio Secessionists
are flagging In a very different fashion.
Iiiilslanu soMi'd tho conti nil of the U. S
Mint unci seceded from the Union, and Flojd
nnd Thompson the contents of the U. S. Trea
sury, anil scci-dtd from the Cabinet.
Tho Washington Star says that the cause
of HccHtlon must soon have aid or it will per
ish. Wc arc hull disposed to " throw it u
The editor of tho Sunny South boasts nl n
" visit from tho Devil." We gurtw he'll rUurn
Ihe visit and make a pretty long stuj
The boot mid shoo businers Is unusuallj
brisk in.MarjImid. Tho Union men arc kick
ing nil suspected persons out of Hie jwrlv.
A .Mr. Ilitlir. of Louisiana, is lo lie- Secre
tary or War in thu Cublnet of tho Soutliern
Confederacy. If he should prove ns pood n
hitler as Floyd has shown himself to be. wi
ldly Iho financial condition of tho Cottonian
A very small portion of the people can bold
office, but thu whole of them lmvc to share in
a great public calamity.
A flower is sweeter the more it is ) rested
So is a joung woman.
Tho Albany (InJ ) Journal says Toombs is
a profound egotist. No doubt, if he were on
Iho gallons, lie would continue to talk of him
self until Ihe si crifl" " dropped the subject."
The seceding Stale, fearing, nn doubt, n de
plorable want of 'provisions,' havo made) u
How a Dknochat was Convhiitcd. TI c
Shasta Herald gives tho following intetestirtg
etxract from a private letter received in that
county from a gentleman in New York :
S'ou rccolcct Hurvy IJjIdwIn. of Sj-rucuse t
jou know ho used to be one of the strong'tl
Democrats iu the county. Well ho was a
delegate or tins Slnto to the Charleston Con
vention, nnd supported Jlrcihlnridge for Prw
ident, After Iho election, ho eloclured he
would not remain north nnd went to Texas.
Since the war broke out he has been north to
Sjrncuao and advocated conipiomlso, nnd be
coming disgusted bccuue llio Republican mid
honest Democrats would pot full in with h
views, went back lo Texas, he said for ph1
bul behold the other day he returned to Syra
cuse as hot u Lincoln man m ever ynu ntw
lie says, when he went bock to Texas, lie was
requested lo go Into Hie nnny nnd fight for
Jeff Davis ; ho replied that he could not do
it. os be intended lo net neutral In lids war
Immediately a notice to lenvv within so ninny
hours, was served en hlnl. and hU properly
confiscated. He got ns fur ns Washington,
in d sgtilec culled inun el ato'y on President Lin
coln and Gin. Scott, mid citve them a history
of uffairs in Texns, and offered the rest nf his
properly to the Government, evnd bis service
If nceessarj'. provieled they would whip the
rebels soundly. He nskeel Gen. Scott what
sort of a Piesident Lincoln made, and vvns tin
severed that Mr. Lincoln was the qbht and
most competent person Tor tie place he occu
pies that nad tilled tho Cliuir since he hud bet n
In public life (Scott is now 75 sears old)
and what Mr. Lincoln says, he never backi,
from and that he n 'wr suj h ilmy until Im
fully understands It
PiiKsincsT Lincoln' Si:miue.thTwktt
Ykars Aoo Tho following extract I taken
from n speech, delivered at Springfield. III..
by Abraham Lincoln. Tho language Is that
or n pure patriot t
" Address Hint argument la cowards and tn.
knaves ; with tho free nnd the brave il will
cfiltt nothing;. It may bo true ; if it mnl let
it. Many free countries have lot their lib
erty, and "ours may lose hers ; but if she shall
be it my proudest nlame, not Hint I was thu
last to desert, but that 1 never tlescrtcel her. I
know Hint the great volcano nt Washington,,
aroused and directed by the evil spirit that
reigns there, is belching forth tlic lava of po
litical corruption in n current broad and deep,
which Is sweeping with frightful velocity ocr
tho whole length nnd breadth of the land,
bidding fair to leave unscathed no green spot
or living thug; while on its bosom nro riding,
like demons on iho waves of hell, the imps ut
Hie evil spirit, and (Wndedity taunting all
those who dare not resist il destroying coursu
with tho hopelessness of their effort; nnd,
knowing this, I cannot deny that nil may bo
swept nway. llroken by ft, I, too, may be;
bow to it, I never will.
" 1 he probability that wc may full In tho
struggle ought not to deter us from the suit.
port of n cause which we deem tn be lust. It
shall not tiller me. If over I find tho on.l
within mo elevate mid expand to thoe dimen
sion not wholly unworthy of its Almighty
Architect, it Is when I contemplate Hie ennso
of my country, deserted by nil Hre world be
sides, mid standing up boldly nm itlone, nml
burling th (lance nl her victorious oppressors.
Here, without contemplating conequeiice, bo
fore high Heaven, mid iu the fupe nf tho
world, I swear ctetnal fidelity to the jutl
eaue, n I deem It, of the hind ur my lire, my
liberty nnd my love. And who that thlnki
wiih me will nut fearlessly adopt the colli thul
I take? Let none falter who thinks he I
rigla. mid wo mny succeed. Rut If, nl'cr all,
we shall full, be It so. Wp shall have tho
proud consolation ofFaj-Inc; lo our conscience,
nnd to tho di ported shade or our conntrv'is
frtiilnm, Hint the course approved by our Jitelg
incut nnd ndored by our hearts, iu tlisattir,
in el m ln, in torture, lit death, wc never fal
tered lu defending."
A NinitT Si'bsp. During one of the warm
nights or the scntnti, it vnnng lady wns oxers
sivctj frtghleneel by n little clrouinstnncc that
transpired about midmiiht. The young lady,
wh'e licnuiy Is only ennnlul by her modnty,
ami w how ( yes' thu'k t harm has cnni-el ninfo
than ni c heart tn palpitate, had rctlrnl to her
elinmb'r, where, nficr laying mtlde tho pnnler
pmtlim of her npiruicl, she romnilllsd 1 0 self
to ihe tinder embraces of Morpheus, whoso
soothing ii fluencc wns aided by the cooling
breath of 55-pliyr, who erarnc in at the open
window nnd fanned her check wilh his ft-nlh-ery
wings. In n wonl she was sim's'n
flndy--or to use tho language of a modern
' Sleep on her sclrol eyelids lightly pressed.
And dreamy nigh mhnvrd her snowy breast,
While Mar-beams through Hie wludovv loflly
Stolo to her couch, and trembling there, stvotl
It wa, a: we said, nlmnl mhn!ght, wlien
the jpung lady was uroust.il from her delicious
slumber by heuriug n noire nt her window.
I luir unclosing her e-je-s. she was startled by u
eoi pule nl rorin, apparently struggling to gain
admission to her chamber 'through Iho window.
Itstiu-k her ut once that the Intruder had
been 1 aught by the tear or his unmentionables,
by a nml or some olhtr sharp instrument, as
he seemed to be struggling, with u firm do.
terminal ou to enter. Her lint thought was
to fuint her seoond lo give Hie fellow
push- her third, to jump out of Ihe window as
soon ns lie jumped in her fourth, to strmin,
which was burnt dlntely curried into c fleet.
The wliistlo of the locomotive on the Iron
Mountain road, wheu it pave its first tnort on
the ltli tlv- nf July, wa but 11 whisper, om
irarecl to the screams of Hint voung girl. Tho
wholo house nnd hulf or llio ndghborhooel
were nwukened by the outcry. The edd folk,
two female servants, and three big brother?,
rushed to the rescue, and broom slicks, mop
handles, nnd boot-Jacks flatbed hi Ihegs light
as the household entered the chandler of Iho
iilfrightcd bcnuly. An examination of thu
figuio in Hie window dispelled thu fears of all,
and changed thenlurin or Iho joung ludy tu
shouts n luughtrr.
The imaginary fat roan was only her own
tiarhrg hooKxl skirt, which she hm) hung nn
11 ItiHik nrnr Ihe window, and which the V-ipi)
had inflated nnd set in motion.
Drmcacv. Above every feature which,
adorns tlic female chn racier, delicacy stands
foremost within tho province of good toMr.
Not that delicacy which is perrx luaMy lit
quest of something lo Im ashamed (if, which,
makes a merit of u blush, nnd simpers ut llf
false construction its own ingenuity iHs put
upon np innocent remark ; this spuiion) Viin)
of delieiHcy is ns fur removrd from goexl ia'i .
ns from pood fu-ling untl good unwi but
that high-minded delicacy which iiiuuiluu.t lu
pure mid undevluting walk ubke uuvngst
women, oh in the society of men; width
shrinks from no nece-wflr) dulv.nnd 11m six-uk,
wheu rcqu r-sl, with serloii-t-w mid huulne',
nf tilings nt -ahltli it wnuld be iishnmctl in
tlcod to smile or to blush. This is the dt-li-c.iy
which fnrnis so iniportmit a part of gon
tusle, Hint wh.-ro It iIom not c.xl.t us n i,vttf r
of Instinct, it is taught as the lint principle !'
good manners, mid cymtldcrcd as tho iiuiurwl
passport to good society. Mu. T.lhu
- . - -
Rxjovixo Lipk I mukt pity that joung
mnn. who, wllh a little (lueiy of dress und
rKklcssnevs of manner, with his coarse ps
slona nil dsguerrenljpeel upon M face", goes
whoopln?tliroiigh the streets, driving nn iml
mal much nobler than himself. er swaggers iu
to some liuinu nf shame, nnd calis it "rnj"j
uiglife!" He thinks lc is ns lniilhui' H.n
world nnd he i nslonlshing Hie thiiing or
tioii of it, who ore njtruiUheil llii.t la' isnnt
iisionlslinl nt hir.ilf. For look ut Hint com
pound of flesh nml Impudence, und say If on
nil Ibis rnrlh there Is n slaht more pit able-
Wo Know nnyihing of iho true joy ol life?
As well ns Ihe lienutynnd immeii'Hy of iho
universe' were nil incloK-d in 11)0 tl'M when'
the prftliiral lay among the husks und swine.
A young lady of extraordinary capapity
addressed tho follow Insr Idler to her cousin
'tDnir Kiu''n Tic weather wlmr ve is
air hold un.) I supjiose where you is It n r
Koldtr. we is nil. well and mother's got tha
his Terrix, brothejTom has pot Ihe JJupi
kniigh nnd sister jwln has got a babec, and
hope these few linejwll find yoei the same
Rite sune. Your nphefef lionalc Knzzcn "
Tiifiik Is often but a sljebt tejmralion rw
ween a women's Jnvo nnd-lier bote II
Itecu li-eil rffy Karttfr f tcrl 'im