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T my Adopted FJagr.
Columbia's flap, that rtioltcrcd me.
How could thy foiih In vile dirt (mil thco?
"SUM tflorlou standard of thu free.
How could ttio South, i robi'le, Minnie thee?
When loynl Slntei. to artua niriing,
To ntnnd by Contlliilioii'n altar;
And to llm breeze thy fturs were Hung,
How could patriot boldier falter?
My flu?, endeared toWimhtngton,
When shuery'H lords did ixivn thee battle;
Was it to extend tin rights of man.
Or I'reedom give to liitinim cliattle ?
Alii no, my ting, no Ihoughlc like thc?o
Did tnako tlielr Irnltornim mifkets rattle;
'J'inM f.ihtrlji'a itratm to dam ami freeze,
And rule poor men like beastly cattle.
Hut oh ! my flag, thy meteor blaze,
Wlll scorch opprcewnn Into nnhes;
And in the buttles smoky linno.
The monster flies from cannon flashes.
Hnptlswd anew, In freedom's Mrlfe,
Emerging with undiminished honor;
I sou my fl,g, with new-born life,
Shako its bright folds -my country's banner.
Where Shannon In extended Hood,
Hv Irish homes, pours bogtry water;
Where Rhine, (lowing by er vines sweet
Itefluuls a German son and daughter,
Where by the Daiiubu lvoutli stood,
And Huns, for freedom, went to slaughter;
All, nil, Tor thee, my (lag ho good,
Send loud hoyannuhs to their Father.
Applcgatc, Aug. It). Ifl.'iX
A correspondent of the Chicago Irib
ion1, writing from Helena, Arkansas, July
Mill, communicates to that Journul the
"Somu time since a rebel by the name of
llm din was cup tu rid near Vickshttrg, with
u letter written by one of tlio ' lirst Inmilies'
in Mississippi, residing near Like Provi
dence, which letter liu was conveying to
.Mrs. Amy Anderson, in a neighboring
State. The writer of llm letter speaks ol
her husband ns ' Mr. I'., mid It appears
ihut he was a mini of considerable inllu
viiee anil standing. 1 send you tlio letter
with extracts marked, in order that your
r mlers tnuy seo whui spirit pervades the
4 highbred dames' of this region :
' Dkaukst Aunt: Mr. I'. rould not nt
tend to Hub's business, for the. same- tea
mil that he dissuaded him fioin going, iik
Roll neghcteil to bring his proper papers,
mid, without them, Mr. l felt certain he
rould have gone no further than Canton,
lis our laws uro decidedly more rigid, at
least thu conscript law, und carried out to
the very letter than in your .State, or nny
itlicr. So Mr. 1. usisted Hob in getting
the services of our old friend Mr. J. I fear
to tell nny names, as thu unprincipled de
mon fou pi ides himself upon discovering in
formation through intercepted letters which
finve been forcibly extruded from the poor,
uH'rightcd negro, child or unprotected fe
yimle, whom they chance to meet or dis
cover in their murdering, thriving devil
like travels. I wifdi they could sec nil that
I have written of them, and wish still
more fervently that every lino ami desire
of my heart could (all upon them or place
tk'iirin situations I would disignutc. If
tlure is an hereafter, a heaven or hell, 1
pray to go to perdition ere my soul should
bg joined or rest in heaven with the llend
hIi foe. Hut Cod has ever shown liinw.'ll
a just, true Father, and will ere long mete
out to them their proper punishment.
Heaven would not bo the place described
to us wciu it lilled with spirits so font, r-o
hellish, (excuse the expression.) Words
ure too weak, ton trite, too feeble, to con
vey even tlio slightest idea of feeling which
our refined, elegant, don't laugh, dear
I wider the heiitenee is not hall completed
high-toned, principled, chivalrous people
leel or look upon such an offcast, degener
ate set. It would be some solace to us
when wo ljse our litihbiinds, fathers, sons or
friends, to know they weio lighting un ene
my civilized or rellned in a great degree.
Hut, Oh I thu thought .of killing, is too
painful, to seo our men, the choicest, most
rclined specimens of God's work, destroyed
und even forced to tuko up arms uguinst
the olTncourings, outcast dregs of creation ;
lor every mini they lose is u blessing, u
Godsend to humanity and society. Hut
iiiough of such fluft". I might write ten
thousand pages and then lull to pen oije
If ever 1 had one lady-liko feeling or
wish for a Northern man, even before this
bloody war, I wiih not uwaro of it, mid I
pray to live,just to raise my boo and daugh
ter to despise the whole race, and our boy
must shoot them down as lie would the
rost ferocious wild beast when they cross
lift path. So extreme is my disgust, that
I opco thought my children would ever
kitenance not a i uukee, nut a jNorlu-
rner-(for lliey are thu same,) I could nud
1:111 Id plunge n dagger into their hearts,
hiiU laugh to see weir files uioou inst ooz
ing. They must notice them only to mur
der and poison.'"
It appears that everything in Scqessia
fdoes not suit the writer's ideas of proprie
ty, and that the rights of private properly,
in other words, of private niggers, are not
invariably respected in thu dominions of
Jeff. Davis, as beur witness the following :
' The overseers and managers treat tlio
property of privotc patriotic men at Vjclcs-
burg more like the Yanks thai) I
n boutlicrn man cou Id do. Thev aro not
only cruej, Ut worse. Tlicy neglect them
in sickness, whereas nn hour's attention
would save hundreds ; but wo must stand
It, even If wo lose nil we have. Sny not n
word the laws of the State so order. I
see not why Mississippi cannot remunerate
our losses in easily us other States, but we
run sonic thine into the ground and en
tirely necrlccl oilier items, eounllvns iniltor-
1 tant. 1 pray the haled Cue will a'l be sent
! t.t ritu itil l.itl v'nacnld tiftft nit ntn itifit mill.
l" " ' "' "" 1 '' J H
one Inch more foothold on any property of
nny kind that enn benefit them. I wou'd
joyously see everything we own cruuiblo to
pieces ere it should fall into the. hand of
tlio devils. Anna.'
11 1 should perhaps," says the correspon
dent of the 'Iribuue, " not have made this
letter public, but for the expressed desire
of the writer that the ' Yankees could see
ull she has written.' "
THIS VERY BEST I,IQUOHS
Can bo proOtnlOy noM at
ONE-BIT A GLASS,
Of which j-oti run m xatlnllcd liy
ctlllu at thu
WK keep constantly on hand the best
of Wines, Liquor und Cig
ars, nud inviie our friends and thu public
to call and test them. We have reduced
the Ml) prices heretofore prevailing, and are
confident of our ability to make u fair liv
ing by furnishing the best articles ut legit
mate prices for 18G.'l.
LUNCH at 11 A. 31., and 10 P. M.
he in abundance.
It. K. MYKHS & CO.
Jnclwnvlllp. July 22, ISM.
Inimitable Hair Restorative
IT IS NOT A DYli.
Out restores gray hair to its original color,
by supplying (ho capillary tubes with nat
ural sustenance, impaired by ago or dis
ease. All iiftitntdiieout ( ure composed
of lunar caut!c, destroying tlio vitality nud
beauty of thu hair, anil nllbid of themselves
no dressing, llnlmstreel's Inimitable col
oring not only restores hair to its natural
color by in easy process, but gives the
promotes its growth, prevents its falling
oil', eradicates thu dandruir. and Imparts
health nud pleasantness to the head. It has
stood thu test of time, being the original
hair-coloring, and Is constantly increasing
in favor. Us'd by both gentlemen and la
dles. It istfold by all respeclublo dealers,
or can bu procured by them of D. S. Uaiinks,
Proprietor. New York.
Two sizes, .lite, and SI. cow21y
Smith A Davis, of rortlnud. Agents.
- I'ltAOTICAl, -
517 Ohy and 5I1 Commercial streets,
between Mniitjjomory and .Sim-iome,
$ Binding of evtry description neatly
executed : Waul; Hooks ruled and Mound to
any desired pattern. 2l:y
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
They purify, strengthen and ,) ..i i ji m .
They create a healthy uppe
Thoy are an uutidotu to clnrg .water
They overcome effects of dissipation and
They strengthen tlio system and enliven
They prevent mjusniio and intermittent
They purify tlio breath and acidity of
They cure dyspepMaar.il constipation.
They euro tlliuilituw, cholera and cholera
They enro liver complaint and nervous
They aro tho best bitters In tho world.
They make tho weak, man strong, and are
txhauhtttl nature's irtat restorer. They are
mudu of pure .St. Croix Hum. tho celebrated
Culisaya Ifurk, roots and herbs, and aro
taken wltli tlio pleasure ol a beverage with
out regard to ago or tlmo of day. Particu
larly recommended to dellcato persons re
quiring a gentlo stimulant. Sold by all
Grocers, DruggisU, Hotels nud Saloons.
II DitAKU A Co.. New York.
25y .Smith A Davis, of Portland, Agents.
SAN FRANCISCO Woolen Mills.
Blaukets, Overshirls nnd Army Cloth,
at HRADI3URY A WADK'S.
BPOKS.-AU the Standard Works for
salontthe VARIETY STORK.
SCHOOL BOOKS. A good variety
for sale by .1. ROW.
FLOUR AND PRODUCE taken in ex
change for Merchandise, nt
July 1 9.-27 M AX MULLER'S.
CLOCICS Different styles, good time
pieces, to be had nt tho
October 24. VARIETY STORE.
HI. A. RRENTANO
Would respectfully announce to
his old friends and cutouicrs, and tho
public generally, that he ha1? In
store and now arriving, a
Lavgo and Well-selected Stock
of goods, which ho will sell
All lirand" of Tobncco and Cigars
(it GREATLY ltl'JDUCED PIUOES. Call
and examine. jy2fitf
410 anil 118 Clny St., Ha;. FrmicUco,
Importers and Dealers
FOREIGN &. DOMESTIC
Carpets, Oilcloths, Mattings,
For sale in quantities to suit.
LIFE OF TEADE.
BUY ALL YOUR DRY GOODS
BOOTS & SHOES,
Liquors, and Cigars
Cheap Cash Store,
AS THEY AUK DETEUMUEU TO
Than any other House
IIOUSE IN JACKSONVILLE.
Call and v;:amluo for yourselves.
Jacksonville, June 18, 1803. je20U
0. JACOIN. K. v. iu;s3i:i,i,.
JACOBS, & RUSSELL,
ATTOKNMYS AND COUNSELORS
AND SOLICITOUS IX CHANCERY,
Ofllro 4iiiiasllo thu Court House.
All buslnei committed to their caro will
bo promptly attended to. July 20, '02.
THE undersigned would respectfully an
nounce to thu people, of I'hccnix and
vicinity, that they will open liruuch Store
nt l'luculx on or about thu lbt day of Sep
tember, 18fi:i, with an entire New Stock of
Merchandise, direct from Sail Fiancisco,
nud will Fell as cheap as nny other house
in Jackson county, for cash.
Jacksonville, July .'10. 'Uit. augt-8t
1LL0W UABY WAGONS at
BRADBURY & WADE'S.
OH05AP FOB CASH
Corner of Oregon and Jin in Streets,
HAS just received nn addition to his
former large und well selected Stock of
FANOY, 8TAPLE. Bl SUMMER
BOOTS. AND SHOES,
Crockery, Mining Tools,
All at Reduced Prices.
ONK and ALL nru Invited to fa
vor him with a cull, a It cot noth
ing to kIiow uooiIh, nud It 1h pleas
ure to tell them at prices to low
that none can complain.
Highest Price Paid for Pro
duce in Exchange for GooiIh.
DK. 1. J. CKAPKAY'S
Prtvnlo Sliilltul noil Mtuglcal InntUtite,
Unlaw Montsoiiicry, tiiiH.Tti l'iu-Iflo Mall H. ?. Cu.'it
ol'.lvo, Niii rrinrlMti.
llnUilillflird In IS.'il, for llm IVriii.-incnt Cure of nil
Private iiml Oliruiilo IINim-co,
AM) TIIK tiUIlKi:.SSI()N OK (JUAOKl'-UV.
Atlciiillnnml ltotlcnt I'livlrl.in,
Iitn In llm lliinpirluii Itnviiliillnimry War; Clilcf
I'liynlrlnn to lint '-Mill Itilniciit of llorm-iN: Clilcf
Knrp-tiii In Hi n Mllltnr.v llo-iiil if I'mlli, lliini
ry; tliulnln l.i ctuirr ui ll--:inf-s of tlio Ooiilln l!i.
imry Orpun, nml Dlwu-i-n ut Woitipn ami (,'lilldri.n,
nml Hcinwury .MiiuWr of tlio Phllrwlvliililii Ci'lltiru
of Jleilttlnc. 9
ir Pnrtlciiliiriitlrnllon imMtotho trcntinviit uf
niM'iiocH of Women unil Clillilnn.
Olllcn liiiuri' fruni U iv. in. In U p. in.
C-(Viiimuiilc.'itlciim Hlilitly runllilcnthl, I'rniiu-
nfiit curu imniiitrcil or rut imy. -'iiiiMiltatI(m, liy
letter or iHherwUo, l'lilSI!. AiMrrM,
1)11. 1...I.O..l'KAV,S'an FmncNcu.
To tlxo Afiliotocl.
Of all iIIkc.inch, llm llrnt L'D'iil rntifo
KprliiKi from ni-lict of Niiliiro'x lawn.
uiTKitNorwiiux a cimi: is (iifahati:i:i)
In all hnrrvt lle:wi'S. Hflf-alnMt. mi mih ili-lill.
Ity. kVplillU In nil Iti kIiilt, rtrletun h. clent. cnirl,
iliiilii't.m, tli'ii."i of llm Million mii liimlilvr, incrrii
rial ilii'iiiiuitliiii, MTofnl.i, uIiih la tlio Ixint'H ami
iiiiMih, iIUviu-cm of tlio liiu, tlini.it, ikwu timl VfH,
iiItk iimiii Hio iKKly or HiiiIh, mm rr, clniHy, i-iih
tic IIIk, St. Vltiu' il.mro, ami all ilUciwcit iuIkIiik from
u ili'rtuiKuinnut f tlio M'Xiial nrpui'. Mirh iu tirniiim
lii'iiililliiir, lo' of nu miiry, liwi of xier, general
Wi'iiUlii'Kn, tlliikiif.HH of vision, wllli i'CtilliirhHitKiii.
piuirliiK l)ufiiu tlio ejcii, los (iI'hIkIiI, wnUffiilni,
i,)vpoiI.i, IIvit iIIm'.ucw, nriiilluiin iihiii Hio f.u'i.
mIm In tho li.n k nml lituti, foiniilu Irronlnrltlri, iinii
nil lniiion'r illcli.irK!4 of IkiIIi kixih. It luulteiH
not fioin wlint r.iiiMi tfiii illitcnsu nrl;liittril, Ikiwovit
loiidtainllnsorolnllimlo tlio r.ue, recovery U i-rr-Ulii.nnil
In a ilmrtcr tlmo tlian u icrniaiii'iit rino
r.m lie effeeteil liy niiy other tieatiniMit, en after tlio
ilKf.wo low Kitlleil tlio kKIU of eminent olylcliniK,
ami rtlitetl all tlielr iiii'iiut of euro. Tlio nieilfclne
ineicrlliedani pleasant ami without olr, entirely
rpi'l.il)le,caiiln;; iio!clun, unit fun from iiicreiiry
unit IjaUiim. DiiiIiik twunty vearx' iinutlco In Kti
ropo, tlio Alliintlo flutes unil California, I Imvo rex.
rno.1 fnuii UioJmwh of ile illi many tliniiniinilii wlin, In
tlio Iiwt htaeii of tho nUno inentloiietl tlle:uo, IikiI
been Klten up to die I'.v their phHlcliuiH; which v.ai
runt nit) In pioinliliiK to tho uflilctctl, who may plaeo
them'he mulur my erne, u purl'ect anil tpeedy emu.
riivuioiioieoxesuro iiiogreaietjlfneinicii iniietillli,a'
they uro tlio tint cause of rxniMimptlon, vrrofulu ami
muiiy other iIIiuiwck, ami slionW lj a tenor tuho
liiiman f unity. A pcunanent euro In tcareely evr
eiUcltil, u majority of tlio e;w fullini; Into tho
lunula of Incompetent pernonK, who nut only fall to
cme thu illhe.Le, hut lulu lliu conditio; Inn, tlllltiK thu
Kyrtcm with mercury, which, with tlnnlUenhc, hiut
eim thuminorur Into a rnjiM C4nuuipthm. lint Nhmilrl
thu illneui'0 unil tieatmi'iit not catmo ihatli fpeedlly,
ami tho victim mairlei, tho illncwa Is uiLUIetl iihhi
llii chlMren, who mo Ixirn with feelilo conntltutloini,
uiul tliocuiient of llfo eoriuptejl by a vliuii which
K'lrtijn Ituclf In tcrol'iila, tetter, ulcer, eruption,
nml oilier iiirm.tlonn of tlio nkln. eyen, tlnott nml
IniiK'i, ciitalllni; upon them u Inlet exUlrnio of futtit'
In;;, mi'l uiihIiiIii them to nn eaily gnivb.
HKt.K-AllUriK U another tinpildtlila enemy to
health, for nolliliif? obo In thu 1 1 lead c.ualognu of illo
KifeseuuKLMHOilestiuctlvuiiilriilii iijhiii tho nysti'in,
drawing it thuuxtml of vlctitns, tliroiifili ii fuw yearn
i)i!llVilnn', to an untimely gnivu. It ileMroyn thu
iicivoita.t.jluiii, rnpUlly uiwtesaway tho ener'lts of
in", i.iii:3 iiii'iiuii iieniuKeinuiu, jiiuvenin mu proper
development of thu nytitom, tllnminlllle for in.urlu'o,
toclcty, lm.lneaa,iiiul ull earthly iapjiliic3,iiii(l leavo'i
tho hiilleier wiei lceil In Ixvly unil nilml, pre.n'ljpfwd
to conaimiptliiii nnd n tr.Uii of cvlU luoro to bo ifre.ul
ed than death lUulf. With tho Inllcst connde'iue, 1
iu-biuo tlio u;if.) tunalo victim of Holf-ubnso ili.it n
permanent and hpcidy euro vun bu tlfccted, und, w lilt
tho abandonment of riiitioun nrnctice.-i, my patlonl
ujii borestoied to robubt and vlgoious heallli.
Irri'ifi'il.ultlos, and all dUca.sc.3 of males and fenmles
uro tieateil on pilnclplc.i eslablldhed by twenty yearn
practlco, uudeaiktlnned by tliousandn of tho most re
fnarkublo ouruM. Medicines, wltli full dliectIotiH,8ent
to uny pint of tho Statu, Oregon, Nuvudu utid Vuli
Initon Territorlod, by putlontd communlcatliif; their
nyinptoms by letter, llusililcss corruopoudenco tti Id
ly confidontlul. Addicii, ' '
' U J. C.Al'KAY, M. D., Ban Francjsco.
ft$ Tlio Doctor oftarij fiuo coiuuitutlon, nnUjuk:
nj reuiuuorutlon unfojs ho effects n cm e. JcLMniSp
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons
indebted o mu by noto or I3ook uc
count, to pay tho Fame to my agent, Jositu
Jacoiih, on or before tho 15th February,
18U:i; otherwls'o thu pamo will be placed tu
the haiidu of an attorney for collection.'
Ter JosKrii Jacobs.
Eagle Mills. January 2!!d, 18C3.
TOU rUINTUNG.'neiUly executed at tho
J SENWNEL OPWC.E.
1. J. JtYAN, . .K. H. MOUO AN. . .KMV.Utp HI.VlJi:.
Two-story, Firo-proof BrictStorc,
Next Stjor to ExpreM Offlxsc,
Aro now in receipt of a part of their
Spring shipment of .
IVpw, and, Fashionable
DRV GOODS- Ai'D PLOTIIIW
HATS AND OAFS,
Bonnets, Monitors, etc.
And will be conRtnntly receiving, through
out thu year, additions to their stock.'
We have now on hand an entirely, new,
stock' of ' - i
FANCY AND STAPLE.
Millcncry Goods, Trimmings
UIIILS AND 110 Y8
Hats, Caps and Monitors.
CLOTHING & BOOXS.
Sllppors, Gaiters & Shoes,
IlrusHcIis it-ply ami Ingrain
FOR DINING ROOMS.
IN i:VEHY VAIUKl'Y.
IRON, AND STEEL,
OF ALL KINDS ;
LIUUORS of choicest quality
Tobacco and Cigars,
Crockery & Glassware,
FINE JAPAN TEAS,
DRUGS 8c MEDICINES
PaUFte, Oils anl f
COOPKRS k UARPKNTERS'TOjO.I.S
Patent Tackle lllocks
POWDEH, IN KEGS AND CANS,
CAPS, LEA.D AND SHOT;
DUCKS from No. G to OOOU,
AND, IN FACT,
AlmoHt Every Article Usually
CaUed for in this Place.
naving ,c,8lablished ourselves in Jack
sonville for a long term of yeafa, is our
full determination to .keep up at all'f cmidh
lienceforth a JIo. 1 .stock 01 goo,d&,'jri) so
conduct our business as to make ft for' tins
interest of th'e people of thjs yilley i
trade with us. Wo will not .be pu,tdtoiK in
tho variety o oar stock, tle qudJFty of our
goods, nor, can we bo undersoWtyfttije'ei)
gugeinents aro of the most favoratlo naturu.
Cull and seo (our goods and,' learn, our
RP, PRCM & .
N.B.-COUTBY STORES will
be supplied .at a shade over San' Francisco
cobt audichargci, " R, JUL k, QO.