Oregon sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1858-1888, October 01, 1865, Image 1

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THE ORE
SENTINEL.
AJ.y WX .
?4 PER AXNTM. IN ADVANCE.
JACKSONVILLE, SATTKDAY, SEPTKMHKH 31, ISOo.
von. x.
NO. 37
TZ U - !TL
GON
J. ROWS
Cisaz? Store !
n.M.ir Lore A Uilccr'. California t..
" Jacksonville, Ore
vp.ni.
TOYS." TOYS; TOYS V
UOI mAY filFTS! '
HUL ,!;....T,m...m...J
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i
j K' V nforrrt the elt'itnn of Jackon
c .,.- and the pubic generally ItiRt be b;
lu.t tti vd and oner lr taw lit
Mipcr'ut
ill of
HAVANA Jt IMITATION.
R
2 TOBACCOS, PIPES, FIGS, 2
- rrrtrnv It 111V?
$. lllM.ill, Ji.i-!...,
"Stationary J Sell
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ooi-noous j. ,
a:
CAVHV, . NUTS,
: TOVS SI (? A Its, -
' AI.Hl'MS. KTO. "i-
' 1'iiv ' lu mit llic tim. Call and,"
. atf V'ur moary. ;
'' IUDV110J.
n v,sv,-vC0OWHH0 tKHKiOOOOOOOOOOOO
' Mrer nli'l I'lur AiiMliirnt
nrUIUutt U'mt .M liuinl, fur J
Mil.
EtfiKooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooo'
A :'? oo!iti(m of the lateit and bei
S r4 t 'f eirrnlatioo.
Iik!? I-" I. .-T-Il?NNl:
Happiness or Misery ;
THAT IS Till". QUSTIOX.
HM1K IT.OI'Ki:
rKoi'im-nvits or tiik:
1 Mt'sKfllOK ANATCiMVANl
' II Si K " have dfli-rnumd, rr-atd it
i Up-.- It i-t ntKK (l"r the Ureflt
i 'i,. f.il i i? butnau'iy) fi'ur of tlnit
n-f i .r. I and iiviruitiv LbX.
J I I.i v.. MAItHIAUK.uii.J t. d.oal
iLa'ii'f: N'rvou lKitiluy, I'remiiure
It. ' Mtii.hood. IikI iM-Uoo, U'mli
Itif or Ipr i.iti. 1 14 of JCnt-rgy and Vi
ti. 1' r 'I i. grmi sociul Kvil uud iIum
DuuJ '!. hult from yoaiblul foilfe.
ex -nt-i i'f nmturiiy, or Ignorance of l'byf
tv iry ot.d Xu'nr !..
'In. ii Valuable U-cture twr Inter, tbe
r:l ' tl.illlelill ClldliVinf tbtHtNMldf,
itii i- I ,i ivuiditt h HKK ob teevipt ot
T'i'; !ii Cititaiu nmw Himp. by
1 1 , ' !. en-tary I 'untie Munum o!
Au' ii'V hi.J Sticiict. I'me itrvtl, i'un
I- . '
Irs It "t r to U ut tbroach W!U
F-V i (". mirlljl in'
2fi
S:3,000 Jg
jjc :Kb"u. ;ns:ci-
Tie i.'.il' rintl wmld
a, lu- U".' UtloU uf lb.
mot r--irirull
jiubiic to ititir
NEW LIVEKY
AND-
F13KI) XTAIJLE,
On tor ;m j(r.
r ' i ! a ti'i'A
t. Jiekonvllte. V' hive
fiiI v ui 1-xi.ell-nl ai!ule
11 :. t. i . Mill w ill rii lm u M Muck ol
li'ik'.rt. Wf up' d'-t'TMiiiO'd to iv mil.
fjtt.... to all w bo utav roru' with Unit
pi"- i.agi-.
a g'.'xl urplv of fm-d eontanly on Wnil.
1'LYMAl.K HOSS.
Ja'K nville, Junuurv '.'Hi, 1C'5. tf
TO thi:
OF OREGON
'IMIh under- .gt.t-d liMViiigon Iiuih a num.
X bif orcuju'iinr, tburougli-bted .iwtf
-ti er Vtrmoot. Mriin butt., u.d u f.w
I ti'i'b Merino buck, coim.ling of Uiub.
var i .- bid ly ymr ..id, huuwk thi
L-K'bed ('f iDfurmrii'i; the utdic. tbat he t
r.g tliiu very rmioi.ubly for A'uMi.
'Ite paQi,b or ermoul Menoo ore J
KeodiJ direct from tlie ftoek of Jvdwui
Hammond, Vermoot, nnd the French .Me
ritui from nock imported into Uiegou by
Jou i ltockwtll. of Vwmout
An exet-lli nt opportunity U here offered
for itock uiastera to improve tlieir tlok.
i be ineep eao now be Hen at tbe farm ol
the or.derigDd, on the North I'liipqoa !
Kutr.atibe "Wiiahwter Ferry." Like!
vtwleri of mercbaudiM1. nuuL'bl a chargtO
fr 'exhibiting. THOMAS SMITH, i
Julin3, i
WM, FAULKNER SON
iMi-ORTKns or
CARDS & CAHD STOCK
ALL COLORS, PRINTING INK,
All Colim--JIioiiy.es, VjuiiHIi,
PRINTING PRESSES, TYPE
p Muling .Materials
OF KVKIIY DKsCRIITION.
OLD TYPE METAL.
MscbwUt, may ut all times be lupplitd
wb old type uit-ial by culling nt
Hf Olny Sti-oot,
""S0"! SAN FItANCISCO.
Si y'J-lNJ rhotogroph Albums oun be
f h4( cheap. fur cub, nt J. ItowV, uexl
r above liradbury & Wode.
Till: OKIX.OX SP.XTIXKI..
issvko r.r.nv iatviwat vobmxo. I
u. i. winy 1,1,1,, Proprietor. (
SciwcnirTiux For One year. In advance.
Four Dollar ; If paid within the first 1x
Hinu Ilia rtf I It ... Ii. . .(..It. . I . . . .
'.r.i.:'-"' ,"r: "Jl i"""" ' " n? P1
uiiui mr i.'iiitiKMi in me jir. ht uoiiar.
Al-VKRTtlMJ
line Muare (10 linen on
'" fir,t ''ticrtlon, Three Dollar; each
lub-iicnt li.j.rlion. One Dollar. A ill.
count of flfly tvr ceht w ill lie made to tboe
who ndvertUt by the rear.
- l,mpl Ten-Wn i-,v.it,-. at mrrrM rsln.
i.o. o. r.
Inr-liMiiivlllo l.ortco
.Ml. III. Iiohl" u tvg-
r Jular tarctlne on cverv
Sainnlar evening at the
Maonic Hall.
copiI rtandim: are Invlteil to
alt. nd. (iKOltGK f. FC.N'K, X. 0.
IKimix Itm.Mt. K.Sec'y.
1 ruif. J. M. Sutton.. Wm. Ray and
"& J" IR-Vl
Warren LotK- No, ig. A. F. & A. M.
HoU) lWr MninmnJ.
v5fCtlwi the eilnenlay l.cnilieon
sor ,)ri,.jitip tLr tM miHm, in jack-
kosriuj:. iniKiios.
JOHN K. ROSS. V. M.
C. V. StticiK. Sey.
ORANGE JACOBS, '"
ATTOIJNKY AND COUXSKI.OIt
AT XiATTtT,
ANP ftOl.ICITOH IN CIlANCKltV.
.UrKosvn.i.r. OKrue.v,
illlln vJtollr Itir Com I lloiur.
All twlnemi cmni tt'd tu tar care will
te wwmptly altfid'tl to. July IS, '01.
B. F. DOWELL,
at XjVCtT,
Ja1. 'VMI.I.f. Orkuo.v.
rill priH-iu- in a'.l lb- Court of the Third
Jodl.-Ul Di-trlit. thiipri'Mie Court of Or-
fua. and in l rvk.ai. r np pMmpi-
iv colbx-lcd.
Uct. Is.
. ' m rn s T- t . IL'C? " T TV
- -"': i.v? -,i J-
-WIU. IJtAilllK-
Medicine and Surgery
JOfKIIIINE .V AlJ0IM.NU Coi.
Ja:onvill, June Iflth. jutlOtf
TAKE NOTICE!
H-HE STEAMSHIP DEL KORTE
J. wd! Nilirm iau rrat.e.Ko lor trw
crDi City ou the
Otli , SOtli ' K.U'11 -
uww
Foe freight or pxe Iwiulr of J'mt
Holloday. A sent, eoru.r of 1 rout nnd Jack-
hu .irw. .v,.i Franci-co. ,
DL'IJAN A W'AI.I.. Asot.
Cn-H-i-ut City. Cal.
CreBt City My 2M. 'id J' Suit
J. S.HOWARD,
SURVEYOR i CIVIL ENGINEER,
Jmkmviuj: Onttns,
Kv:i.e kttir the south end of Oregon
irvt. jMioty. ., jmi
j Offloe at hi rwUewee on Oreicott Urcet
t DR L r THOMPSON
I'llV'jICI VN AND SL'IKJKO.V.
i ' J a. Kio.Nvju.it. Ov.tuos.
I Cm be found either t the Cite Drug Store,
ii tut ti-idmc, one door bilow tbe Kx-
Rrolberiin
rer Dfljif. pitwrd io give prompt at- ( m MKCW 0f their own free will, on reel to Vinceiiiiet. To prove her oIhiII
teuMON to tb. ri,uirtng bu "', tbii ai all other qoeitioo. 1 , m-e to the helm, Delunmrnc then took a
oe..om...r, ..-... -
PETER BRITT,
PilOTOGHAl'iHC ARTIST
..,..,....,
TO TAKIS PltlfHH" ,
I.V I2VUUV TVI.K
OFTHKART, i
WITH ALL TIIK
LATKIMl'UOVKMKNTS.
If I'lelurx do not gl wthrfaclloo. no
hargi.wiiitemi'. wi ''"!". .'1 '
lit tor vour Jiko.
' " -
i- - .1... I..II . ..!... 1,1. ,.U.Ir. iiul
DR. A. B. OVEKtitOrv. I
Dr. Orrb.ck would aonoauo w wt on-
LIT ?Jr&:::LZ
i . - - - -' -- ... .. . i . .. i .. t. i .......
tbv irciicc of ttwdiclue. ii m iw.v
U Iwuud ut hi M uud, lb OiwUek jj,UJ.,,tr. jut let me tell you tl.utthe!
k&l. iifwutfueUi-f ,-our ir,s,B,,,,,,,oa'orvKw;u
a retMiwal of fotwir ttwa. ! merely ui a part of the great Atuuicon orK otl ot am,
JAS. P. MIX B- "'"
MIX L FARGO.
VnOItNKY.SANL'COL'NsKLLOItS
Vaixa Vaixa, Vahi.noton InuniiOBy,
OFI'ICKonr Hui-k Kxehaoge. Main
xji2T&iZ&
preme Coutt. Collection, promptly ut-
L..iwt tu. All bu.ineu t-btiutd to our'
care will receive prompt attention. Ju3if.
FTfARGO, "
vnTA;Y PIJBLIC
s O X A Jt 1 X u J3 lu x w,
Wai.w Waiaa. V. '1.,
Will take acknow bdsweoti! of d(di I'ro
teit XoU'i aud detdf made out at nbort no
tiee and atkuowiwltd. U?"L
Dissolution Notice.
flll' iHuler.icmd Lai tbii day Willi
-. .... , c --- , ,. - . ..
T
1 drawn from tbe brio ol iuom.on o.
Davw.uudw.il continue the practice of
Medicine. Surgery and 0 e r c ,
J8CK.OI.vine uou vic.onj. w .v...
thare of the patronage. OfJiec ut bis re.i
dciioe ut the old Murry lIowmieBd.
T.L. DAVIS.
Dec. 13lb. 1SG4 deol'tf
J). M. C UATI.T,
NOTAJIV PUJ3LJC,
JAIKftO.WILI.K, OIIKUON.
Office ut U.F. Dowel!' law Office.
I
TO WTOllUlt.
nTiTT.
' '
.v. tomorrow, once again, itinera in
Jr,jmJi golden October, the following po- (
em, copied from the AmmMtt UJil Frttov,
!
may not be demed Inappropriate:
. . .
ueorgecn are thy wod, October I
Clad In plowing mantle wo
Ilrlghtest tint of beauty blending,
Like the Writ when day' descending
Tliou'rt the HtiiKt of the year.
Fading flewerj arc thlnci Octolerl
Dmth f.ul the iweet MueMI,
Cione tlie ble'mi Ajirll eliirJfU'd,
Vlolrt, lll'y. re, all twrMTd
Fntgtaace all tied from flvld anddflt.
Sonple8 are thy weed", 0totrl
avewben trdlircast' mournful lay
Thrnngh the calm gray tnern I iwelllng,
To the lUt'nlng eeliiK-r telling
Talei of ditrkneft and drony.
Siddeft round are thine, Oclotert
Mu'tc of the fallleg liuf
O'er the peulve iplril tenllng,
To it thrilling depth revealing
"Thui nil gladueM lnk in grkf."
I do lore thee, drear OetoUr I '
Mare than budding, blooming prlng;
Hrr'i ! liepe, dclushe uniting,
Trtt'tful heartr to grief Ifgulllng;
Meniere luv thy dutky wing.
Joyou bearti may love tle Smtimcr,
llrlfht with MinblM. nwgaml Mower;
Hut the heart who boppare bllghttd,
In Ihv gloom ofwti lH-iilghUil,
llftter lovei thy kindred bower.
'Tai In thee, tliuu ml October)
IK-atb laid low my Uihiu ttowrr;
I. Iff hath Uon a wintry rler,
O'er wboe ripple gladueii never
GltMmili brightly. Mnev that hour.
i or.x. i.i3ii:us ii:i:cii. S
' "
On the lit of AasMt Owiol I'llmcr ,
vii.,-dI.xint..ofl and ndd,e,..d .1 cltl-
irMit Mekdva- Hall, lie d, eland hi
. ii i iti ... i i.i .i .ow-a-uav, wc UBTii iiy mum, nvn
purpo to dlnhurge 1.1 dui f",'",,,,,l.jllMr noy,BM, our MvilfwingiM mmagc,
IniitartielU. lie referrtd to tlie rlectlon . .' ., ,. , , . , v.
about to tukt nltco, ami iM XmX while lie ,
wantfJ B w.aln great public noHllM nL I
waniru a eeriain grmi iui'ow ii
tl In the right war, he wantu
. . ' . .
Y0,er' ,0 u" ll lu ,M,r own
(Ml tlX IflMl
jjtt
.
".'!, not approve y.r dicW-.n. but 1 1
hall approve lu every fn?mqti. In every J
...
legal voter In tbe Slate, tbe citreb of hi
own frre. uttewttroied tobntge. If jou UMfitdlng to I'arl enrriipondent, to re
tlMll deride nsht. eo nmcb tl Mter for ulie llic unllciKitioin eiilcilalind a lotbv
yott; If you ibull decide wtong, oltbou;h I
fbull, aa cithwr. Htlrr nunc ol the ill
coMiMUtci el your wroog judgment, yet
I ihall only be coitIW to bear my per-
tton of it; Ut I urn rotill lunijur-
looilly rt.toib!eii tl repreiitutlcof
the Gmetil Government to ho tlmt tle
h-gal voter of the Suite thall be prolrclul
i. i dciremyelf that the people
f Kentucky Miall underHarid that the, paMtigem, without touching the ufely-
State in regurdd ui one of the ltohood ,h,.,ntid nlmply by nilui; the helm, he
of State; that the people nre regnrdid ol,K,ctndfd rar Xogent, and llo-ilid for
ote twri ot toe grcui iinerirau laiittiy;:
that their drktinie are unitid Indbkolubly
with the deiliiiiet of the State north of Uie
Ohio riur md MUth of our own line. 1 1
am atixiou to have you know (but tbcjxo
pie of K Mucky are not to be diktinguiih-
.j iB anv icallar rtltet. from other tico ,
nit, of tbw L'nitn. My fritwhi. I do not
'know whether it I wll omiccil oointiwn
, Bmf),. KetituckiniM or not) it l i'l tJiul
v .... ...-... .-.
B man who Iwi kied the blarury toi.e
)ttojj, j,!,', (rtvr und it ! uld tbut a
mm U SU a drink of Ken.ueky wl.Uky
U forever a kmuuckuu; wMt n ".
family, and we do not brlleve, and we are
auxioui that you ibould get rid ol tne im
i preriion that unibody dciirw in any hiac,
,Q fprw ony ,M,0B of ,lC ,lMpe f
Kentucky."
General I'almtr gave u review of ae
8Dl; veiy policy of Lincoln, ullir whithot be begun until that if Werlz I con
he gave the following. the couclaiien ofclt)Jl The friuid and couim-I of Wcr.
tbe whole argument; hop, it I laid, to clear him, by proviu
.., , ,,.,.. m ,nak-v here baled that he wad actinif under tho uulhorityuM
' t ,, Lu"of tl)e ,,.,041, beyind
i thi; I do hold it to be u truth .. old
llhecartblUclUiold o man LiaudK.
.
. .ii.t m.naiM. I believe, from the
! Almighty himlf, that every ma- I cut.,
itbdio the fruit, ol hi. own htor. I do l-1
t;., in n.hiim. nature of the Dte'ara-
'iin ..( Ioder.-Iooe. that 'AH ntn are
enui
i..,. .1 ..ill, nurta m nalitnaoie rigm,
1 1 :..! ii.
I.U.ICU -
' amoug
ilj. ure life, libirty and ILe pur-
i.annicfH.' I believe tbut precue- in
J 1 1 u &f reVl.Uio . dc
. ,f
I believe tbut precue- ,
m;,,, -uU ... .-
claiming to oe a wiui.i "";" -
..iniat tuv tirineiple of morality u to vio-
late that. I believe imte negroe nuio
iini liehl theV'hl God ha given them.
. i.L nilur men- I believe !
.Vy huuger b h r m
abor They have atfection.j not elevated,
' .niruteJ. wrhap. ua ure the aflcctlous
llv linl'i; u riUBl v "" --. "J - "1
I,V v.-.-". . ,
of the refined and cdacnted pcopto of thl
country, but Mill they have affection, nnd
thojo affection lead llient Into diner-cut re-
lalioi. inch im ninbainl nn.l wife, parcel
nJ cliil.l, ami I believe under thwe rrht-
llom It become tlirlr duty to discharge
. .. .... ..
certain dtitle. I bclicre Hint. I .1 omit
believe that God meant ntty one man or
any ore woman ihould Income n futber or
I inmner mnpiy in create uicrciiamiipc lor
.1... -!...l ... .. 1 II. . .
omc other man. Oreat npptiuiK. I do
not believe that. 1 have no doubt a great
many people would call that' Abotillouhm.'
1 am perfectly willing they ihould."
- . -
(Jl'AI.ITIFf or TIIK lloKr.. Wc ahoulil
take more palim to brrrd horse of beautl
ful carriage fine proportion, good temper,
courage nnd doeillty than for high, (lilpln
pecil. Wc want Iiomcs for all purpose,
that are not cowardly, that will not lake
frights for thoe of that temperaincnl arc
ever dangerous to whomoevcr may iue
thtm, ntiil to pmoii in Ihcitrwt. .Much
damage I done nntmnlly by tucli hore,
to catriagC!1, hartici nnd other properly.
Many limb nrc broken nnd II vr lo.l by
thee uflirightetl animal. It flioiiM be nn
Imliclable offcnc to bring inch nniniil In
to the market. Courage nnd other good
trait and ipialitlc In llie horc nrc lirml
itary, a In the human race. Wo ihnuld
look to the pedigree for purity of blood,
leu lib nnd cflintitutlon nlio.
The gait t( the liore I lc9 cniy and
graceful when prred to n high rule of
prcd. It I much inoro healthy, plot unit
and rafe, to rhle nt n modiratc pace, ujnin
a hone of wy gait. When riding for
plcaiurc. it I more plcnfaul nnd rafe. nt
a lx mile rpetd than nt -10 or ntnler
We have, thu, the mnt perfect view of
the country or town through which we
may ride. .Moderate hore arc the licit
and inoit comfortable of mnnagemrnt, for
ititliifM nnd dometic purport and tur.
'l'l .1 t I.. I. ...! II. 1. 1.. In .
' , "l u' """ ' " , '.l """ ,v '" "
f "'' or "" t.illy l.jurul.we U
hardy than othcri.
,. ,, ' . , , '. .,
h.wmm". " ow' " UM """ TT
T'U'V ' "ru 'ww ' ,Mfc" " " ,""
iiimi in .. w rki iiiIijiii tiiiiAtii in ii inn
"ruiliug and rearing or born I n puunc
I.Uw Mvn TV ItfTTItV.
'll'll .! Wl '
v" 'w' ".'!
Akhmi. Xavhiation at I.r. The lie-
ru xvtH. invented by Deluiturne bid fair,
,uereriful npplieatioii .if tLc vertical helm
in euutrollmg the current of the wlml, by
wbieh the coure of balloon have hitherto
ln guided. The vtel row lu the height
of lilieen liuinlritl yard, uiwl then took a
couredue fouth, IMuumrne, who ucliil
w UUiikiii, rlieietl the veeml in an nppo
tlio direction, ami it accordingly wiltd ill
nonhirly route. At the r'uet,t of the
tome lime mar me curtit, ,mr mmim
on bour und u bull tk.y ihcidnl ondttccnd
lug to the neigliborhool of the CLoUy,
which Ilrlumariic ucouipliiheil without the
,iglitet dilTa-uliy, uml hi piMcugui lund'
dod ou terra flina ui tatily ui if they had
.tepiMl out of un exiiroi trnln. Two tc-
ulu. it it add.d, are evident:
', - ,,
isontal helm plawd In the tlirnof the ve.
tl, it uwend uml di.ctnd at the lit-luw-
,, nun' pleanur, awl by mean of tho luUitt
pluitd at each tide, coinbineiJ witb tboao-
lion of the helm, a horizontal our:e 1. ob-
iuiiku.
Jur Pavu The New
Ut lAth.tnyit
"A well lufortiitd correspondent ut Willi
iugton writo m that Jtd'crfon Davi will
be triul Ufore a civil court, and probably
at ltichmoml, hifore the I'nlliil fituti-
Circuit Court there. Wo have teaion to
believe, further, that the triul of Davi will
orden of Davi und the rebel Secretary of
War. If they mu produco wtUflor7 cr.
Meuco of thi of MuiM that wo.,1. furnUh
Im.)0f,alli tMtlmony for uo upon He trial
Imporlanl testimony (or uo upon
of I av.., Th. and other c rcuiuil.ncei
are likely to paHponc the tria of Davi.
for levcral month. It I probable that
the rebel archive, captured after Ibetur-
a-siri.lj.a .f .1 if. ti jImii (, 11J iiu I1mi!P llr
- -.., - .-"
,, , . ... ,
newer ciiarge ai a.uiugiuii, miii c
thoroughly cxaiuineu lor oocuuieniary evi
deuce before tbe trial I begun. Of course
DavU i tried In Itichiaoudla new in.
',iir.1.n will l,Bv In l. dr.wo and found
- -
lu that tli.trlct by the Grand .Jury. At
humiu ho u. uitu win...... u... m ...
DUtrlcl of Columbia. The new Indlct-
'""'I '" probably arraign hi in on oilier
wU tJx IfiVilf '...will PH
j0Vuuj dclilwratu nmrdurof prUoucra of
I war.
....luin u ,mnl flinrfMfur lilfil with tho
1
From the Owntan J
BY OVERLAND TELEGRAPH
Fortrr.t Monroe, September 17 lit. The
ofliecr ol the guard over C. V. ClnyV cno
mates nn withdrawn yeileriUy. It I l
Hcvcd that Clay nnd Mitchel will oon
have their prlvlhgi eiteiuhd, upon their
parole.
I, .1 Vf-I. .....! L..l ... I-II.
iiounea iiuir, (..iiin.) .-,i'nnin'ii inn. .
The tenmer Chronometer, bound from Co.
Inlvfor New Haven, nrrlved hero to day
She report having yrtorday run Into the
tchonncr Friend, Mlllbrldge.of KHaiberth
port, for H0M011, the vecl liikliig In thir
ty minute. The crew were r-avul.
New York, September IHth. The Utr
(ti'i Hrownsvlllo corrwpoiidi'iit ny .- An
Imperial wagon train bound from Monte
rey to Matutuora va nttaeki'd aonie time
ago, nnd driven back by the Republican.
It contained S'J.'.O.OOO In pfcte.
General Slicrid.m' military di'play
along the ltlo Grande I making the Inijier-
Inl oftiecr ncrvoit, mid by baIN nnd other
entertainment they endenvur to conciliate
the dreaded Northmen.
Tiinrcr. iiti.l hi Cabinet, on leaving Chi
bimhun, went to Ml 1'ine, but It wn
thought he would bo followed by the Im
tcrlutlt and be obliged to tnkc refuge on
the American aide of the lllo Grande.
The lloM'i New Ortenn correipcnd
cnt oy : Mineral Cnnby ba IimiiuI up
order requiring the I'rovoit Mar.hat to
fiirnlfli riglil.iii of voter, wlib lift of
thee who nflcr ciirollmcnt fur I he drnfl
left the Slate, iiih) thoio who claimed f
emptlon lor IbepurpMeofprvvcntins their
voting.
New Yntk, September Iflth. The
U'viliVi Wii'lilnglon ipcclnl dlrpalch
ny t .ludgo l'acall, of Ten, nnd other
prominent cltlr.eii nro Vcrc to urge tho re
lene nl.hff. Davi.
New York, September 18th, -The 7'n
fOHc'i Wudilngtou rpcclal illpatch layi :
The hotel nrc crowded today with Hon III
cm par tic, waiting for furgiwiicwi, Among
the mote dcmomtrnlivc are immbcn of
I he late relnil Congreu.
Iloiton, September lfilh. The .Wirr
flier ha n jx'ciiit dispatch, d.tted ('oliim
bin (S. ('.), September l.'Mli, which uliite
that tho Convention pawed, without do
bate,iiu ordinance ngnlntt cceilon. Thrro
delegate vote.1 no.
New Yoik, Replmibcr Iflth. The
Mcanier Ariailuo bring Knvannab date to
September 1 lilt. It. M. T. Hunter, releui.
11I fiiim Fort l'ulakl on parole, lnp
vtnger by tbe Atiadue, on hht way to hi
homo In Virginia. TIki piper contain no
new, beyond the mioiiNcemcul of fiwpieut
ea of highway robbery.
Wnvbingtoii, HrptcMiber 181b Many
holder of the Confederate cotton loan In
Kneland nvoidiil tho remit tnreling In'
liOlidou; juuriiai, tin ri Ton-, leem to bo at n .
lot tb know who thu happy jiculutora
a 10.
Wiuhlngtmi September 1 Alh.-Thc Ifnl
t(.l Statin CohDiil ul ('innlHiil.iiilc, In 11
letter to the Slutu Depurtment, dated An-
guit Milt, luyit ll i iftimuted thu vie.
lim of iholein ulu-ady number twenty
ihiiUMinl, The number of dialh In a
tingle day hal nut-bid one Ihoiixind. It
I uid that protiahiy two liunilrul thuuuiinl '
of the terror itricken liiliabiliiiiU liuvc Icll ;
the eiiy.
Wnthinglon, Seplemher lritb The
irouvlud Moimduock, thu atenmer Van .
detbilt, und I be ictew ileamer Tuiouroru
will leave ou the 11 ol Oetolnr fur ihu I'u
eitlc. They me to lie allacht.l to the
riiadron on that coa.t. Tbee vnw.U will
lie uw:"iiiKtiii!il to their ditinatioii by
ComiiKduru .I0I111 Hmlger'
Ollieial iiilormuiloii ha bent received
here that the lliuzilian Gotcrnmvnt ha
aewpud hi intirely tatiiUulory Iheexphiu
atioiu und reflation ol ll.e Lmlid Suit
(inveimiiiiht. lor lie unaiithi rzod luizme
of ihu rebel puule Florldu in llruzillun
wuter.
- - . -
Cai-ii'iik uy a Dmki Kioiit!. About 'i
o'clock yoterduy afliiiiooiiuiwariuof Ue
niailo a tiiddcn irruption into Hli.ckley'a
drug atom, cormr of Clay mid Keurney
alreet. The gitillemanly upolhrcaucauud
coiniioiHidtr of iiiiilicinu guvu imimdiutu
lull Id to tbe inlruder, but a few ttingmg
upilieutlon forced thiin to beat u huty
ruireut.uiid leave I lie iiieiny In umlnpiitid
powetiiou of Ihu field. A largu crowd
toon collecb d und many ttragvtio plum
were tuggrled to reoaptum the place, but
none were fuund hold enough to enter.
Finally mine Iiy pouon wa. procured and
placed within the door when the imliiitrl
oui honey nukw under tho mi.luken Ideu
Ihul Ihey could cull twicU finin to Invit
wig looking a mixture, luilnl, unu un 10011
fell victim to I lie tuiicrlor alrutigy ol
tuvntti iimiw ! un .
victim to I he tupcrlor alrutigy
11. .S". ', Flag,
man
Tiik Mknkkm. Whin Adah Iaca Men
ken waa about to have 1'ana for New
York, bu announced that ibe wu coming
again to tho Pacific. Her i-arriagu
hone and dog weru udvertited for tale by
private conlracl, "the preient high rule of
trannit, uij.1 the long voayge, precluding
the potability of ihipping kii many hoiee
und carriageii to California." 'Ibe Uml
contiiU of u thoroughbred Arubiun bore,
a white mare, u pair 01 nay geiuingit, u
pair ol beautiful u Into iionlui.u bay bin,,
ter and u bay hone. She bu alto two
broughuiiH, u trotting buggy und u pony
ohailon. Her ihu: includtf n thorough
bred gic) hound, u toy terrier, 11 tun tinier,
a French poodle, n Hcollt terrier and fuu
"lack ad 'an terrier pup.
SPIItlT BII'SINO,
nr n.u:iiKi
How the rWon of childhood linger,
Thronging at Mentor) door,
A we til In lim Hitting rhadltt,
Dreaming of day no motet
A wc ll i" the fading itullght,
And look hack on thi year that are gone,
While the badon of tilghlcome itcallng
So .pitetty over the bin 11.
5lttlng lbu, how will fac, forgotlu
And linrled over for yeat,
Start up from the mouldering n.he,
Dtemod In mlle, ir 1 1 may bo, lit tear I
And we grieve that wo had forgotten
For o rhort a time, the dead,
And wtmib-r lfir'W lie remembered
When Ibe gran wave ortri-i.r head.
ltut tnime face then are, which never
Will fade from out memory' fauo,
And we lo. In Ihluk -looking upward
Of our tdlwful reunion again.
Tlie run had gone down In tint wct
'Mid purple nnd gold and led;
And ipilellr taking my etching' real
1 rut - and drcauied of Ihu dead.
I dreamed of n cot 011 the lilllililc;
(Ab,Mimory oft wandcra there,)
And I at on my alno), In tho corner,
IMde my dear mother'., nrm-elnlr.
And my bead on her dear lap wa lying
The plaoe where It luted to lie brt;
0, how moil flic erl huibed uty crying
Aud lootbed my grleird plrlt to rcitt
Ye md thought! go back to that cvcnliir;
When I i.it, ut the gray twtllght hour,
With the gathering liadow deeping,
llowed to Meieory'a mtglo power,
When my niJ heart wn orerlbinlng
Willi the gathered grief of year;
And no mother' baud could wipe away
Tlicawlftly Honing tear.
There I dreamed of n baud of Mcr,
And of luollier, true nnd brave;
Of aged grand pareut, "goilo before,"
And i father' watery grave;
Of i blue-eyed girl who loved me;
Of n babv gono homo to Cod;
And two dmr "mate.'' of my youth-time.
Sleeping In-iipiiIIi the rod.
TlIK AMIAIII.K Gk.MCItAL I.KK. A Vll-
gliilau write tho following a Ihu rea.an
why General le inndanpplloaltoa to l'ri
Idcnt Johnton for a pardon t
"Had the General con.hlcrcd I1I.1 iwn
holing alone, ba would have dlrJ looier
llian bumble lilmielf und n Jn.t cnumi by a
n tiling iilmli.Ion that it was wrong;. Nil
application Wki 01111 mora proof ofhla lovo
for hi country. Thcro were tkoutaad of
hlgli toned young men lit the South who
imditnted ' expatriating theiiMelve. and
who, when inked why tliey did not acek
for n pardon, replied that until General
Lea had done o Ihey would not. After a
luiijr atiugglu with hl-i luolinitllon, Ih-IIcv.
Ing that theio young men ought lobe raved
to tho country uhoio littura they wero I)
well qualified to ndortt, nnd by parlicpv
ting lit tint right of oitl.i nihp, to guide
und kaie, thu General had duoo violence
to hi own fooling und mad-i tlw tKuet."
Wo think It I to bo lograttcd that "thl
GeHcml" did not "coiuldcr hi owu fl
iug" mid n fu.i to apply for pardon. II
would havu been ilecldedly belter for the
country every way, bud "Ihu high tuaed
young men" thl corrrtpondeut ipeuk of,
bun permitted to expatriate tbcmaelvti,
It ll probable, however, hat thl talk
about contciuptutid expatrlatlou Ii all
gammon. Thu war ha lught u to ro
guid tho "high toned men of Ibe Houlh" a)
ubout the moat coutimptlbli of all iolf
tylcd "gcntltmen" ever heard of. Tho
ideu that they would leuvu their country
fur their couutry'i good, would prcamnu In
them u far higher degree of virtui tbau
they nally po.Mii, lo applied for par
don becanto bu knew bo wu guilty juit
what any other criminal would have done,
Seiitiblu people, will never ho lupcwcd up.
on iguin by thl .kliubloicmublo .tnfl
about the "bigh toned," cblvalroui" ikar
ucter of Ihu lulu rebellion ilaru owner..
(Jnuninii.
Tira ItttTcii.MitMAiiYLANii IUiikij. It
upara that tho returned rebel uf Mary,
laud, liko those of Mioitrl and Teuueiwee,
arc to bo held under ollliual diubiltci.
An F.aitcru paper nay 1
Thu regLtcrcr of vote In MuryluLd bavi
held u Cuuviution In llaltimorc, ami r
olud to enroll noruanu u voter who hail
the general reputation of having lympa
Ihized with the rebellion. Thin will cxiludu
from the poll about half of lhoo who
have hitherto cxcrcUed tho clcotivi fran
ehlio In that State. Maryland standi wltb
Tcnnckito and MUsouri in her roiolutloa
lliut tho trultor who have been engaged
in dttroylng tho Govcrtiincnt shall for
tome tlmo to coma huvu no share in It ud
imuUtrutlon. It I not a bad rulo fir
thoio Rtatcd ivhteh havu known tho atroc
ity of the rebellion by experience ; aud wa
aro glad to know that thu ofllccr of lb law
In Maryland uiu riiolvcd to do tbelr
duty in accordance with tho Coiullluiiou of
tho Statu.
inn wt 11 nil nuiii firm mil