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Wliolosalo li IXotn.il
AND ALSO IN
Liquors & Tobacco
New Goods ! !
HTew Goods ! ! !
FALJL. & WINTER
"IXII'utnke ph'iuuiro in muinnnclng to the
)? public thut we hn'vc Just received n
Injur, more fiahwmtlU uud better selected
FANCY AND STAPLE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HI I AWLS.
limn nny ever bcroro brought to this
Groceries ! !
Groceries ! ! !
"T7"I' have Just opened tho best und Wir-; comes exceedingly lachrymose over" Link
1 1 est stock of I um's violations uf thu Constitution," uud
Wines and Liquors,
KVNU OFFKUKD 1IKIIK.
" QUICK SALES-SKALL PEOPITS"
e feel confident, wlU guarantee to us the
ontiuunnco of the patronage with which
tir customers hate hitherto favored us:
nd tho pililitlne wg huvo now made to our
former lino of rtudo will, wu hone, tenure in
'n thu balanro or tlie trading population of
'his town nd vicinity, to oil ol whom we
promise prompt nnd polito uttention,
Pleug! coll und convince yourselves.
B All sorts of mnrketablo IVoduco
wW In exchange for croods.
"CKsonvllle, Oct. 20, 1802 luecii
Cfnm-.JlliM'kln PTrtituirl I Wammno. a pond story Is told of
XI Ulll- lUCCUllJ XlClUmCl. jlnjr U().IPri Cni(f Commissary In n .11-
- --.- ; i vision of ltoecruii's nrmy. The Miijor is
A MrxKt) up Ok. The Cincinnati very fond of dunclng, nfid cnjnyi female
Onstlte tells llic following slnry: Mr.ocicly. A few evenings since n dance
Patrick I.ynnnnd Mrs. Iteidelliiicli reside I win given, nnd the Mnjur wn among ihoso
In the MitiH houe mi Third street, liens ) invited. Wishing to waltz, ho craved nn
.Win. 'Mug on iln iimst rrlpiidlr it-nn lntniliiclliti m u wry pretty country pirl,
with in-h other, mid rhl'Ulnir. Willi their ! hntn lie lind Urn infiiriinil wns n fine
rtfiici ilvchnslinndMi Hie of such cmirm -
liiul rdlcily nnd Itujx Iiif - im rclilmn fnlla tn
tlm lot nl women. Pur conic llniu ;iuM il
lind been evident llinl Providence, so lavish
III liN expenditure or bliss on these twoiiiukes me pukel"
linmit rnutili. rntilpnintiilcrt mtittnrr fiiFttif r !
to tiiclr emu or joy liy a presentation or' " t,,c c''' ''' '"' umi,ml t lection for
" olive brunches" Slnmilnr tn relate, tlmlcilv nfllecrs fiune off in Portlrnd. Tic
presentations both took place nt the smne 7'"lf tv the names or the succcsdul
lime nn Tuesday niclit lnt. Imt tlio favors eundidatcs n follows : " lVr Mayor. Da
siiiiirttlmi iini-mial'v distributed. Mrs. Linn, i viil linti i Recorder. J. 1'. McCoy ; Treas.
nt Hie conclusion (it tlio ecremonv, liniliug
herself In possession of two smiling cherubs,
. . . . . ' - :. '
ond Mrs. llcldclhnch of hut one. Thus lnr
everything went "pally nsn marriage bll,''
tlie Joyous hither were inecstaclcs. nnd the
happy mothers were filled with iinulleriili'u
Joy j but, nuir the fates were dcicrniinid
tn imir tho pleasure or the scene, nn mi
looked for dlrficully nroe. wlileli for it llnui
put u considerable damper on (lie spirits of
the whole party.
It seem that the nurse who had beet
employed In officiate on the occasion, hud,
In consideration of the momentous tlutics
she had to pcrlnrm, Imhlhcd such copious
liliatlnns of spirits ns to beenmu decidedly
drunk, In the broadest scttu of tlie term,
nnd when she brnnpht In the babies to
show lo llic expectnnt paternals, she had
Itnt them mixed up in such liieMricnh'e
ennriislon that she was un.ible to tell lo
which Ihey each b?lonped. Thin wus n
blow which they had tint cxiicctcd, nnd
produced n profound sensation in llm circle,
Imt the diflieully wns at once solved by
I 'nl rick, who demanded two or t lie babies
nny woy, renmrkini: that one of them must
lie lil, nnd hu could decide whether or not
the other wns when It was proivn up, by
icciitp IT It cnuld Sieuk Dutch. The Dutch
man, who nt first felt ns had ns tho rest, In
, think Hint llic child nn whom lie mlulit be
lavishing his Invo nnd direction intuht he
i the ofT-pr intr of tinnther, look happily
Men of tho Irisliman. nnd is resolved to
' riilnrfi llm ntin ivtitpti lina rutl.ui In litj Int
shmild he lind it sieukiii Irish when It is
old enough to talk.
Dkmocimov Tlieru is much In n nnmo
nntwlthstandinp the niithorily of Sh.il;.
penrc to the enntrnry, nnd the undoubted
fact that " u rose by any oilier nnnic would
smell ns rneet." Merc numes have the pow
er tn lure natlnns, ns well us individuals,
to destruction ; und brnvo men hnve dhd
, before Ihis epoch for n shadow-, pllt by u
1 party shibboleth, " LIIktIv" Iius been the
1 exeiife for n thousand crimes. " Deinoeru
ey," in a pnrtitnn sense, has nearly forced
; preut eople into tho cruul embmeo of
J despotism. In Kuropo the democratic
1 parly takes the rmiiilily of men us tho fun
damental nrtlclo ut its creed. It has enn
tended, since the days of tlie old French
revolution, Tor Hit overthrow of tlie privi
leges of caste, ridiculed thu claim of llic
nobility In suwrlor' blood," uud demanded
u recognition or the supremacy of merit,
without regard to the uccident of birth.
Thce I'uropenn democrnts ure nuturully
Mizzled ly the peculiar uttitiide or what is
jiolilically knownns" Democrucy" In Ainer
ten. For the past twenty years there have
been men in the United .States ncllnir with
the " Democratic" parly, enjoyinp its
honors, nnd blutnnt In I he'' chumpionshlp
of ' Democrntic" principles, who liuvo yet
c'unp to nil the Old World ideas of nrlsloc
iney. who have clitime-1 to rule liv riuht of
deceut from the CuvuliersorKnplnud who
havo fiiK'iily pronounced democratic Institu
tions n failure, uud who huvc dilated upon
the evils of fiea fulfnige, with all thu unc
tion of penuluo Tories. Site, Union.
Show us the man who winces under the
namo" copiH-r-head," culls Union ineir'Ab
olitionlsts, finds fault ut the means employ,
cd lusiiujireKS the revolt nnd punish mil-
I inrs, rous op iiih eyits in ooiy norrornwi oe
I wo will show you a " snake in the grnfs
n wolf In sheep's clothing" nn ' uw in u
lion's skin" n seirstyled " Democrat "
nn enemy to his count ry, nnd one who pre-
' ferj to tec tlio destruction of tills glorious
Union rnther thsnsee slavery erlsh, even
when it is employed by the rebels to over,
throw the Government. Trinity Jovrnul.
A Dutchman was summoned to court
to Identify u stolen hog. On being naked
by the luwjer If the hog hud any ear-murks,
ho replied :
"'I'e only enr-marka dat I saw vus his
tall vus cut oil',"
O.uir.vi.K lately mado the following char.
nctcristic utterance lo tlm American wur :
' It's tho dirtiest chimney that's been
otiro this century, nnd the best wpy Is to
let it burn itself out."
It is the man who determines Ihedlpnlty
of tho occupying, not (ho occupation which
measures the dignity of the man.
Tiierk are no hands upon the clock or
eternity : ttere is no shadow upon ilsdia
P'IC '' ll0"rl, of hi-uven will bo measured
! b!f l' sunshine not by tlio shadow,
j A Dultininro contractor is discovered to
have made 89-17 u day, for some months, by
ichartcrlne; nnVeuworlliy vecls lor the
Dnnks expedition. Tlie nooso of n roc
,shnii(d bo made to " contract " round hia
, wIit. After the uiml formalities, tin1
Mujiir requested hir Imnd fur the next
wiiiir.. Judge of his linniir when she Ih-ii-
gcd lul ccxi'iiHil ; us she said: "ll always
i.. t.. . i.... i l.i. ti.
' "r, r. o. i umerny , iuy .imreimis, u .
I ' Clnrk." Pomepey wns on tin" People's
Union Ticket," nil the others ucro on the
" People's Ticket"
Tho Comtnlwioner of Iniernnl Hevenne
hasdecidetl tlmt enntrncls made payablo In
irnld coin nniv be lenclir.nl bvnfiljcWstumt s
eipial In value lo one half of one per cent f
i lie amount or money to lie p.iiil. Mils
decision will remove many embarrarsments
which have prnwii out of the difference in
the vnluo of lpnl 'I'eiidir vnJ pnld.
Why Is the President like nn owl In th
day-time 7 Dccutiso lie's always A'blluklu.'
A falnl nirmy occurrtil nt lloise. (Jeorcc
Ilewl, from .Suntium, Orepnn. was shot by
Isaiic Wurrick, formerly of Crescent City,
and died in conseiiiience. Tlie Coroner's
Jury, which was called nficr tho death of
Deed, returned u virdiet or willful murder
niriiiiK Warrick, who was then nlxent with
the party or volunteers huntinp Indians.
Cm.. Ki.urr. wlio commanded tho rnm
Queen or the West, which so pnllanlly ran
the rebel batteries at Vickiburp, Is only
nineteen years old.
"Ii i k IIousloii,Tcxns, 7VeRini',nnnnim.
ces the lianpiu:: of twcntj'-slx " Abolition-
; Ists" in Uulnravlllr.
On the IT tli of April, nt the residence of
Win, Hurley. Ii., by the Jtev 1. M. Starr,
Mn. John' C. Ki.okii. to Mim Mknkiivu
I.kaiu.kv, hII of Josephine county.
FITICK Is hereby given to nil persons
Indebted to me by note or Dok nc
count, to pay the same to my ngent. Johki'H
Jaiiiiis, on or lieroro tho Iftlli I'ebnmry,
Ihlnl; olherwlso llic samu will Im placed In
tho hands of nn nllnrnev Tor collection.
Per Joskiii Jacoiis.
Eaglo Mills, Jantuiry 'J.'ld, 1803.
EAGLE MILLS !
Till; undersigned, present owner or these
mills, would notify tho public that lie
has secured the services of uu experienced i
miller, nnd will furnish tliu I
Very best article of Flour i
in exchnnge for whent, nt the following )
rates, to-wit: For each bushel of good i
wheat, thtrtylx pi-ui.ds of Hour, two ,
pounds or middling ami elulit ikiuihI uf
brail. AI.I.i; I-. 1' AHMJA.M.
Jacksonville. Dec. 23. 1662. tr
Caii)oii Jtuml Comjaii-.
VfO'l'JCU is hereby given lo tho Mock
iA holders of" 'I'ho Canyon Uoad Com.
i.my" that tlu-ro will lo u meeting of said
company, held ut the ofltce of S. F. Chad
wick, In ItoM-hurg, Douglas county, (iregnii,
ut three o'clock, p. ., on Monday, the 1 Itli
day of May, A. 1). 1NUX tor the purnum) uf
electing Director, mid truuuxcliug tlio gen-
erai uuiiuv&a or die company.
OKOUUK C. DUIGO,
S. F. CHAD WICK,
Members of said Compuny.
Murch 21. 16GX mur8
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
They purify, strengthen and i ., i , i .i
They civato u henlll:y nppe i i
Theyaiu uu nutidutu to cl H g .water
They oiercoinu eflects of dissipation and
They strengthen tho system and enliven
They prevent inlasmlo uud Intermittent
They purify the breath and oddity of
They cure dspepsla and constipation.
They euro diurrbuM, cholera und cholera
They cmo liver complaint and nervous
They are the best bitters tn tho world.
' Tliuv, .nnln Ilia unnl- ttiai, c, mm,.. ...l
exhatuttd nature's great talorer. They nro
made of pure St. Cioix Hum, the celebrated
Uali'aya iiurK, room mm uerw.
taken with the iileiisoro of a luivcrn..,, with,
out reguid toogoor tlineof day. l'artlcu-
larly recomineuded to delicutu persons ro-
quiring n gentle etbnulunt. Sold by all
Grocers, DruggisU, Hotels nnd Saloons. I
P. 11 Diukk it Co.. New York,
25y Smith .tDAVivof Portland, Agents. '
Icjf)AOK.yADDLKS constuntly on handil Weekly Frank Leslie's, Yonkeo No
ila'J, my Huruesg uud Saddlery estublishi tions, etc., regularly received and for sale
incnt. 10 JIKNIIV JUDGi:. jut
Sprtng Meeting of Jackson County Jockey
The following purses will bo run for over
Thursday, Juno 4th, 1863,
And continuing three days.
rinsT pay's hacks.
Funo S100 Single Iah of one mile,
free lnr nil. Knlrniieo ten er centum.
Purso S100 sumo day mile hent, 2
In :t, for three-year olds. Kutrancu ten per
HKfilVn tiAY'n hacisi.
Turso $200--Mllu heats, i in 3, freoror
nil Kiitranc" leu per centum.
Purso S50"ninc day sinplo dah of
one mile, tree for all Indian, SpauUli nnd
hnlMireed liorws, Kiitrauce J 10, to bo
luldul. Calch weights.
Tlllllt) PAV RACKS.
Purso $250 mile heats, :t In 6, free for
nil, to carry 100 lbs. on ench, excepting
three-yenr-old colts, who carry oulch'
weights. Knlrnnce SIOU, to be nddeil.
jiO" The nlHive Ilnces are to bo governed
by the rules of the Melarlc Course, except
ing such nileralions ns are lurelu made. In
nil cnes. tlirw to enter nnd two to start
JOHNS. IMU.M, I'riVl Joekey Club.
Jackrouvllte, Ogn., March ill, lHiiM.
J. A. imUNNI'K At JUtOTimit
The undersigned. Iinviug purcliiK-d Irnm
J. A. Ilruuntr & Ilrotlier their entire
Stock or MiTcIiMirilse,
Now olfers the same for sale at
Greatly Reduced Prices,
The stock coimlsts of
Dr & Fancy Goods
BOOTS AND SHOES,
And. In Tact, it varied assortment of
article pertaining lo the Ccucrul
LADIES nnd GENTLEMEN
pleaw to gla me a call, nnd examine
lh Goods uud learn tho Prices, before you
inuke your purclmu.'!.
no not lorget tho iiti
heretofore occupied by
idaec tho Ilrlck Store
by iiruuner ,v itro.
Jacksonville. July 11. 1862. 27
LOVE & BILGElt
t'lillfurnia Street, Jutknoinlllt,
DEALERS AND WORKERS IN
Tli, SHEET IRON. COPPER,
LEAD AND BRASS,
HAVH Just reoclved from tho Atlantic
Slates uud Sail I'rauclMO, a complete
stock of eu'rvllilng In their Hue, and will
keepcouiitantly on hand an ussorlineut of
tliu best Tin, Meet-iron and CoppcrMnrc.
Drtus I'ivs, Hydraulio Nozzles, Force
l'limps, Chains, Lead Pipe, lloi-e.
IUKDVVAIIU. CL'TLKIlVj NAII5
of all sizes:
liar, Plate nnd assorted Iron
l'uints. Oils, Sizes und Cluts:
All ipialllles of Powder ;
Shot of ull number"
Urublies or every variety.eto., etc.
AltOjMMuyson hand, a laruu lot of stoves
or ubsorted tiies. " Uuck's Patent Cooking
Stove," und the " New World Stove," the
two very bust and approved patterns In the
world. Parlor, OlUeti and Cabin Stoves,
fuuey und plain, constructed on latest fuel
suviug pluus. Hollers, KettDs, l'ols, Pans,
und everything connected with these stoves,
warruuted durable und pcrlict.
All articles sold by them or manufac
tured, WAIMtANTKU. Their work Is made
of tlm best material und of choicest put term.
5L.0rders attended to with dispatch, and
.iiiicu accoruniL' io directions, in every.
thinir, their stock is the lantcst und best
uver orouKutto Jacksonville, aud they are
determined to tell nt uiw i-uicks fou cash.
Cal1 ani examine their stock U-roro pur-1
chasing elwm here. June 23. 18C0..2a. i
Agenis ror Jialllilay A; t'o's W Ire Hope.
....., ..,, 7, A1,H1,S ..
tho A'AUIKTV STOHK.
RYAN, MORGAN & GO:
I. J.IIVAV K.R.MOIIIUX,. KPWAimillDi:,
RYAN, MOilGAN & CO.,
HOOTS & SHOES,
31 MTx nrWsw"xm,n?49
hats and caps,
Fiuo Japan and other
Paints, Oils nnd (Jlnss,
Crockery & Glassware,
DRUGS & MEDICINES
IRON AND STEEL,
CARPENTER and COOPERS TOOLS,
Ami other (Jomls miltcil
thu vii ii ts uf tliu I'ulillu
rfty- We shall aim to keep tip a roll TSl
&r and complelestw-lt oliri-uV
SQf and deniable Vooth, ut i54
tOf ull seasons of the "X&A
PUf year, and we -ifiia
03rcan confidently sayifiJa
JCQjr to our old friends nnd "Xia
tiir the public, that wo Intend -YjTa
02r- to make it to their Interest to tiia
COT deal with us. i(J5a
CALL TO SICK US.
AIOKGAN & CO.
Jacksonville, Jan. 8, 16C3
TO THE FARMERS.
Wo shall hereuftcr take, in exchange for
goods, all descriptions of produce that uu
can find u market for, at the highest mar.
We have constantly on hand and for
HAMS, 8IDK8 & SHOULDERS,
UU'ITEIt AND EOOS,
FLOUR .t CORN MEAf.
BYAN, MOKGAN & CQ.