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SUTTON & HYDE,
LYON'S EX'CT GINGER,
LYON'S ELEA POWDER,
MAOSrOXiZ A WATSH.
(Jnckaonrlllo, Sept, 29, 18CC tr
Corner of Washington and Front Street,
L P. W.QU I M B Y,
(UTK rnonurron of tiik Wr.Ticnx IlomtV)
TTA VINO TAKEN TIIK ABOVE HOUSE.
and cntlroly REFITTED AtfD REFURNISH
11 l It, It now prepared In rccolre and accommo
date III' friends HtiJ former patrnus. and the
general travelling nubile. For snfrly Iri Hie
event tT lire, nud the cnuvfiitaucc 'of ftwsts,
n SECOND PASSAGE hn Im-i-ii openid lollie
SLEEl'lFO APARTMENS. wlilcli urc (nmmn
dlous mill especial uri-iingr-it for the accommoda
tion c.rrrtinlih-s, WARMml COLD
BATHS ntlnclitil lo ibi-linusc.
ahli Itauu U locnlrd nrrr III Ntcambaal
Landing lumiany thtrln
THE IIOI'fiL COACH
l Ld In attendant).) at the a-ural Landings
to convey guest nml tholrhnggnk''- to pud from
tlielioitw NtKR J)F CM AKQK. 'The l.-nmeTian
a large FiW-JretTlawetoT valuable Tit.'
1'nmrlilur will undertake lliaijiolWfciraajilllH'
MlurJont lo render bli bouso stlracllte.snd
guests iulortjbc. octfitl
Jt. U CHAN.
, 0, WALL.
rOHWAEDIRG AH1 COMMISSION
Corner of Front nml F turrets,
THEY WILL ATTUNO TO THE ltKCBIV.
lug and Inmurdliig rnll gnmls entrusted In
their ciiri-, with prnmntiios nn.l dlfpatch. They
have lilted np '"" Isrgn lullclliif!f. rr storing
good", mill Intro tnnd'i nrriiiijemi-nts to llml
wiclmtit doing limine" tlirough tin in ulll
imt sulTer by miy overcharges, or low uny Just
cliilm for good luM.
pO (!oii-lgiiin-iil lollclled. Mcrchniidbc
received on turner. lucidly
P. B. COFFIN,
TS NOW IN POSSESSION OK TUB ENTIIti:
J Miick nr material" mid loot Inrm.-rly bi--lunglng
tn Cii'lilln i Cnlllli. Mr. Cn-ti-ltu
laving withdrawn, l'.ll. Gtinin will cunllnue
llir buluet. nnd cult Iki linitid at IiIk fliup,
(,'oruci- if C nml Tin-lit StrrHs,
I n-p.iml In dn work In a uiuLiuaullko inaiiutr
and ul r. nnniibn ml .
JneUnnvllle. Oct 1ft, 1807. octlPtf
M. K. Cur. Cat. tti Ogn. MU. Jmi ktom lllr, O.
S. M. FARREN.
KEW BIIOOMS SWEEP CLEAN 1
THIN tiO TO PKKATER'S
AND BCV THK EEST IX THE UACCET,
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Fwclnry nn enrm-rnf Or-Rnii And MlnRl.
by Ilin Odd IVI ! Hull, nnd nppullc lln
1 i.tucn-Ain rcn lli-'lmiruiil.
JiiLkmnvlllc. Nov 20lli. lfl.7. nov30-fiw
rAY UP-LAST CALL.
A m.tiiosic indkhtkh to us aim--
iV lull-by imlilt'il lii i-inne li.rwunl nnd p'tj
up by lln llivt liy nf .Iiiniinry cin-iMHf:, im ii
will cvrliilnly Im- In lln-Ir inli irt in ! n.
C ilium ilii luirliKi mlliniil niimiy In nni I mir
nwii Indiiliur : nnd liirilit-i nmri-. ill-mii'i; n
fur itJxr tn Mtiiih nt nf nil ciu-tinul. w lmu
li-lmiiliml In iliilill.li u Mru-i nun lmU In
bwluew after ibc fiifi iluy ol Januury. 16C8
jwd will not ilrliarl Irnm il,
BUTTON & 1IYHK
Jrtekwnvlllc. IW. mill. 1B67. d'c2Hf
BUILDERS. AND OTHERS WHO DKSIRK
Inn, will llml a cnnnlaiit supply, ol lb
lut qimllty. In quaiilltlo In mil, t my t-bup
on Mulii Hreel, In-.tw.-tn Orepnn and Third, up
poklu Jlnllcr &, UrenUiioV ilnre. In inyab
teuce, ill-, Alex. -Martin will wait upon ciuloin
pre. STONE "CUTTING t
Ktoise Mnsou Work
dnne on.tenn tofiilt the tlmen. Order from
the country will receive prnmpl allentlMi.
JOII.V It. I'KACOC'K.
Jickronvlllr, April 2. 18(17. ap27
I H I II '"! - "
IKK fnch haa tills day been admitted psrt
no In niir firm.
The tltro numn will be continued under un
ity le of &ic1ik lire.
Ill rnnnqiti'iiCt'iof Ihe Mnvo chance It lan
'Iranvratlvi- iihcl-osIIv rr uln call on all llmo
lnUbt.il tnith old firm, lo settlu t once,
icltbur with money or notes.
Thiinkfnl for Iho pnlroungn btretofnre nilb
ierally ibeslnwi-d on u. n bnM by strict pud
corn ct dealing lo merit n continuance nf me
wni, O.WJlia Mlk'ia.
DONE IN THE FINEST STYLE OF ART.
OR ENLARGED TO LIFE SIZE.
DR. A. B. OVEtlBECE,
Physician & Surgeon.
Ofllce t hi reitdenee. In tbc Old Orvrbtck
Iloiplial, on Oregon Strut.
TIIYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OFFICE-Cornor of California and Fifth
Streets, Jacksonville, Ogn.
lie will practice In Jackson and adjacent
counties, mid attend promptly lo professional
DR, A. B. OVERBECK'S
Zn tho Ovorbock Hospital,
WARM, COLD it SHOWER II ATIIS,
SUNDAY8 AMD WEDNESDAYS.
r. g u run, m. .,
OFFICE removed to Oregon Street, near
ly opposito the French Restaurant.
JiickMi..illlr. Il.c. Viet. IHI.7. diczl-lf
DR. LKWIS GANUNC,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON AND
WILL nlUnd tn nny nlm nwy rrniilrc lili
unlcen. tinicc ntljuliitnir N. l.niicV
Iiimj rlinp. mi nuilli tide C'nllfuiiil.1 treil.
SWISS KT0H.1CII BITTERS!
r k y
ITIx !! l'urinr uf Ike Illevd I
A I'lcmtut Tuulc I
A very Agriablr Dtlon
;uurpr-l f .r octitifT nrrlif lil grnlly on
II. tcrrll"n .-r ilii kl
T It Y
tuinach ami lifer I
I ap .ftl al nil wl.olif.Ata All J ruUll HflaOf.
I drug mi z'ti'T atorci.
NOBODY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT 1
J. 0. t'rncif, l-roprUl'ir. ....
TAVLUIl A UKXUKI.. 8ol A.tiiti.
JtlMy p lid. 13, CUjr 81, san rrnclca.
I. O. G. T.
ALI'HA I.OllOIC.NO, 220.127.116.11 T.. HOLDS
itx reiiuliir iniullii mi Tuml i-vi-nniji
r mwIi wi-ik.ui Hn- liiMrlcid I ll"un-, In
Jurksi'iitlUf. LOIllii: om-hs ut " o'cliH-k
ni:(jiti:i: iu:in inhs nm it Tui-ii iv i.reiuh
iiinuib.nlt. r iidjiiurninriit ur tsUIJOUIMNAlK
All iii'inl-'rs nf Ilia Ord.-r In kmk aud!nK
uicvurilUlly luelt-d tn ! pr.-.-nt.
0 W itOOKK. W.C.T.
J. It, W'auk R'c'y.
JaelcMini III.-. Tiili Blh. IHl-B. fe 8 tf
Warren lodKe No, 10. A. F. & A. W
a HOMnbiilr n-t!ulr cnuiinuulcutlun.
VSrn Ih.t Widuefd.iy Kvcului! nr unc-d-
7 lug the Tllll nlUOII. Ill Jll-KHilNJIU. JIR-
C. W. SAVAiin.Sie'y.
The Uet Rvsurdy fur liirU)iiis;
ihe Ilium), dlreiiBlhenlng thu Nerrei, Uettorluj;
Hie I.unt Apellli. I"
FUKE'6 HAMBURG TUA.
i. . . .k. I...-, .......ri.iiilrn anlntal mnit aoy
slcknem. If UK-d lliuely. Uomp..;d l herl
only. It can Ihj clven Mifcly lo liduiiU I ull dl
reeilona In Eos:llti, French. im...i;o and Ger
man, with every packet'. TU IT I
Fnr wl'i t nil thu whuleoulc uud rilsll drui;
stores and pnavrles.
EMIL FK&SU. Wholesale DrupglM,
biilo Agent, 410 Cluy treel.
juyl4yl 6 FnnicUco
DOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.
NOTICE. HarliiK dIpoiil nf our Fac
Inry. we ru now prepared iimlvonur whnle
.... .!.... ii mi. l.i.iillii.r ftiul Kllldllll? btllUS.
On hand, dlrt-ut fmm France, Calf & Kip.
Domedlo Leather, Uont Legs. etc.
Jons fi. IIkin'. L. Favrk. I Joux Dkat,
New York. 1'arln. Hsu frraiiclsco.
Addres.. IIF.IN & DRAY, Ssn Franclwo.
ill! nailery Street
CumUrl.net snJ LxbuiTcOAb W JW.N
413 sad Ptc Bt., SM It dj;
mi i 'i ii -mnnii
Till: OREGON SENTINEL.
Kverr Saturday Meralm ky
m. r. Bowazx,
OFFICK.C0RNSR C A THIRD STREETS
TEttMs or NVSVCnrPTlUKl
Fnr One year. In advance. Four Dollar? t If
pm wiihin mi nirt u month or Ihe year, ore
uninr; u noi paiu unui me tipiratloa or lot
yenr, i1,t dollftfs.
On rqiinre (10 lints or Icsk). (lrt Inner
tlnn. Tbrre DolUri" each nbequent lufer
Inn. One Diillar. A discount of nfty percent
will Im irindo In lhi who ndvcrlioc by the
" upi xeiMri rcriri l enrn nt mIm,
BT JOUM O. SiXC.
There's msny an excellent Saint :
St. George with his dragon and lanes;
St. 1'alrlck, o Jolly and quaint;
St. Vilas, ihe Mint of Ihe dsnee ;
St. Dinnls, the saint of the Osul ;
Sl Andrew, the sslnt of the Scot (
Hut JnVATlUK. ynuncrst of all.
I Iho mlghtlcil saint of lbs toll
He wears s nvst serious face,
Well worthy a mirtyr's poiiciilng ;
But It ln't nil owing to grace,
Hut pirtly lo thinking and guessing ;
In snnth. our Amntcnn Sslnt
Hss mtber a secular bin",
And I never have heard complaint
Of bis U-lug excesMvely plouI
llu's fond of flnsnclal linprnrrment.
And l always txlrcinety Inclined
Tu bu sinning romu pructltal movement
For mending thu mornU und mind.
Do you nk mo what wnudi rful labors
St. Jovatiivv ever ha done
To rank it lib his Calendar neighbors!
Jutt listen, a moment, to one :
One day when a fUh In Ihe sir
Split hi' iiicetliiK-linu.e fairly srundcr,
Qnnib Jii.vatiuv, " Now I decUre
Tln-y 're dresiUatly canb-ri with thunder!"
So he lntem-d n rod lu ihe rticple,
And now, when Ihe lightning comes 'round
He keep It from building and people,
lly running It Into Ihe gro.md I
U'fl cling, with p1ensnt etnnilon,
On tlucHpllnl Juli bu had done
Quoth Junmtiuv. " I Inne n notion
Inipmrem.-iits havn but just begun
(f nulhlngV cn-utnl In vnlii
A mliilhUin often li.rniin ih--Thu
llghlnlng Ihsl's watul, 'll plnln,
I' really rumclhlng euormuiir 1''
While cyphirlns over Ihe thing,
At biicili he dlrcuierul a plan
To catch the OdrlrM King,
And inskn Mm lln 1-rvnnt of tain I
And now. In an on rly nny,
Ilu files mi Iho fl -etcM of ptnlotii,
And carries Ihe ne' nf the day
Allorir his msiter's dominium!
One morning, nhlln taking a stroll.
Ho heard a luubrb'U" cry
I.'ki- the fin Iik of a u3Vrlug loul
In a llni!tnl fla'idlng near by J
Anon micIi a lerrlblv groan .
That hl bnnm -which wan't nf stone
Was melu-d llli pliy to her.
That tilphi he Invented a charm
Po mt.'iit that folks who employed It,
In tiding n leg or nu arm,
Dnn'l un"i-r-biit rather enjoy HI
A mtracbi ynu mii't allow,
A Eonl nu tint lt nf hi brotben
And blcix-d Sl. Jimslhan now
I pilrou of cripples and mothers.
Th'ieV many an exctb-nt Paint i
Ft. fti-nrge wlih lit dragon and lance ;
St. 1-lrIck. snj.dly and quaint ;
St Viii, Iho saint nf Ihe dance;
i-'l Di'iintr, ihe saint nr llin Gnul ;
St Andrew, the mint of the Scot ;
Hut Jonathan, ynungr't nf all,
Is Ihe mlublrst ntil nf Ihe lot 1
LETTER FROM B. F. DOWELI.
Waswnoto.v, D. C, )
27th Feb'y 1808. f
THK IMPEACHMENT KESOMJTIOJtS
Passed tho IIouso lv a strict party
vote of 120 to 47. Mr, Houtwell
was next to tho last who spoke in
favor of impeachment. It wns ono of
his happiest efforts. He in substance
charged that the President was guilty,
first, of violating tho Constitution and
tho oath of tho offico by which he
pledged himself to sustain tho Consti
tution; and, second, that ho wns guil
ty of violating tho tcnurc-oMHce law
in tho removnl of tho Secretary of War
without asking tho ndvlco and consent
of the Senate. Ho held that ho was
guilty of tho latter offence, whether tho
Inw itself was or wns not constitutional.
In reference to Mr; Cart's suggestion
to refer tho matter to tho Supremo
Court, ho said that thcro wero 54 Sen
nfnm. nnd that the ludsinent of 86 of
them must bo in favor of tho coasUta -
SATURDAY, APRIL 4. 1868.
tionnlily of tlio tenurc-of dflleo lair.
The Snnto va, for tins ptirpoW',
the highest Judicial tribunal ot tho laud;
and he not only held tlmt there iv.-ib
no renpon or right lor tho assumption
thnt the Senate Bhould take the judg
ment of the Supreme Court or of nny
oilier cpllrt; but he held thnt it wns
the duty ot every court, the Siiprciuc
Couitiai well ns any other, to nccept
the jtnHc.nl decision of the Senate (is
to whether that law1 is coiifitltntionnt
or not. Tills nmn, Andrew Johnson,
imitating Sylln, who suVrurtcd the Ro
man Rvpublio through tho comtp
lions of thu army ; imitating Louis Na
poleon, who trampled n republic under
his feet nud raised nn empire on its ruin
through thu conuplion winch he Intro
duced into the armyhad also tried tn
seduce the army. But It wns the most
glorious, ennobling, hcart-ehcering ev
idence of the present generation thnt
three leaders at least in the great con
test for liberty (Grant, Sherman, nnd
George II. Thomas) had spnrncd tho In
ducements of power, had defied, under
the law, the attempt to corrupt their
minds nnd to nllenntc them from the
country; nnd had rebuked, ns words
could not rebuke, the assumption oftho
gentleman from New Yoik, (.Mr,
liitoOKR,) thnt three-fourths of thenrmy
weio with the enemies of the country.
What wns tho history ot this man,
Andrew Johnson? Wns not ho the
man who, by his conduct nu the 4th of
March, ItiOS, brought displace nud hu
miliation on the American pmple?
Wns not ho the man who, by his tnaeh-illation-,
had kept ten States out of the
Union? Wtis not he thu man who
used hi power ns Chief Mngistrntu to
delay thu collection of thu public reve
nue, nud had restoied to railroad com
panies" in thu South propel ty which
wns in the hands nf the Government,
tippropiiating a portion of thu money
to hN personal use? Wns not he the
man who would be, lu the public judg
ment, condemned' nn the greatest
usurper ol modern times? Thu plot,
uf which the tcmrival uf Mr. Stiiutoii
wns tho outgrowth, was this: The
President deslted to get control ol the
War Department, in order, nb in 1801,
that thu munitions of war, tho army,
the mtitciialH, might bu ut-cd for thu
purpose of euabliii1,' him to succeed in
his aspirations to be thu next I'rrsldent
ol thu United blatcH. Ilu knew that
If he could corrupt the leaders of the
ii-my, if he could bend them to his mil,
he would have thu Southern States in
hi) control, and could fend to tho Dem
ocratic Convention, on thu 4th of July
next, men who would support bin claim
fnrtliu I'lesidency, on tho allegation,
which hu could well carry out, and
which no other man could mako good,
that with thu unity, nnd with hjsiiiflu
euco among the leaders of tho South,
hu could Fccure thu electoral voto of
those ten States by excluding tho ne
groes from nil participation in the elec
tion. II, perchance, this man could get
sufllcieut votes in tho North to elect
bint, u hen added to tho votes of the
ten Southern States, then ho hnd de
termined, with the support of tho army,
to bo inaugurated President at the haz
ard of a civil war. It wab this day that
thu country escaped from thoso evil.
Of nil tho army but one man had been
found to obey Ids will, and ho old,
impotent, nnd weak tho objectofsynv
pathy nnd compassion rntlicr than of
hatred nnd revenge. This day, said he,
in (oucliision, tho country is safe.
Though there may bo a momentary ex
citement; though pecuniary interests
may, for a brief moment, suffer as
sometimes tho sun sets behind dark
cloud in tho west, and the thunder
alarms the timid, nnd tho lightning
affright the fearful, it rises next morn
ing with celestial beauty. So it will
bo if wo now do our duty. Removo
this man from tho office ho holds, re
deem the Republic, nnd ri an exam
ple to nil postetity, which il will gladly
imitnteil, unhappily, like circumstances
shall again arise, nnd to posterity nurl
to history wo may safely appeal. 'I he
people of tho country nro wedded to
justico, They believe in duty. Iknow
that this people, who furnished two
and u half millions of men for tho sup
pression of tho rebellion: who passed
6ifcly through tho era-is of tho mitrdor
! of a beloved Chief Magistrate, oa,n now,
with constitutional hnmli, lay hold
upon me usurper oi tnq laws auu on
the violator of tho Constitution on a
man who breaks onthp. llcniova him
from the office ho holds; preserve tho
Constitution unimpnttcd, nnd the na
tion will again, through these instru
mentalities, bo ndvnnccd higher nud
higher among tho peoples of tho earth.
A hum ot applause went through tho
audience ou the floor nnd in tho galler
ies. Mr. Mnllory's speech on Impeach
ment I" ablo nnd argumentative. Wo
will publish it ns soon as practicable,
so all the renders of the Skntinkl can
read it for themselves.. He takes strong
and high grounds in f.ivor ot Impeach
ment. All should rend it.
General Grant's telegrams to Gen
eral Popo and General Meade, about
Alabama, wore submitted to the IIouso
yesterday. They explniit themselves.
They nrc In these woids:
Washington, August a, 1807.
7b Myor Qtticrul J'ope: I think
your views sound, both in the con
struction which you glvu to tho lnws
of Congress and ihe duties of thu sup
potters of good government to seu
thnt when it-construction Is effected nu
loonholu is left open to give trouble
mill embarrassment hereafter. It Is
certainly thu duty ot thu diati let' com
manders to study what thu (miners ol
then-construction laws wanted to ex
press as, much ns what thcydocxpicss,
nml to execute thu law nccoiillug to
that interpretation. Tills, I believe,
they have generally done, nud ho far
hnvu thu appioviil of alt who nppiove
tho Congressional plat of iccoiistiuc
lion. U. S. Guant, General,
Uu thu S3d ot December last, Gen
eral Giant telegraphed General Popo
Thu constitutions adopted by tho
conventions now in session mu not thu
law of thu Stntes until submitted to
thu pcopli; nud ratified by them. I do
not see, therefore, how you can enforce
laws enacted by them uiitil so ratilied.
General Grant, on thu 10th of Janu
ary, telegraphed General Meade, ap
proving thu Inttei's conduct in remov
ing thu Statu Treasurer of Georgia tol
uol obeying thu orders of thu conven
tion, Also, thu following:
I would not ndvise interfercuco with
thu elections ordered by thu Atlanta
convention, unless very satisfactory
reasons exist for doing ho. As distiict
commander, you will bu peileclly jus
tifiable in adopting ns your own order
thu May laws proposed in the constitu
tion lobe submitted tu tho puoplo of
Alabama and Georgia.
A sensational letter teas read in the
House thl evening, from tho Superin
tendent of the police of Now York to
the police of Washington, which caus
ed considerable, excitement in tho
IIouso nnd tho city. A doublu guard
wns placed in tho capital Inst night, nnd
it will bo continued to-night. The let
ter Is as follows:
Ofi'tcr. Suit, or tub Mr.Tnoi'Oi )
ITAN POLICK, No. 300 MtlMIUIIUV r
SritKirr, New Yonn, I'm 20, '08. )
Major A. C, II ichards. Superintendent
Metripolttun J'ollcc, Washington, D.
Slit: I havo just been called on by
Colonel Till. P. Shaflner, President of
tho U. S. HhiHtlug Oil Company, with
n rcmiest to look up five cans ot nitro
glycerine, which was delivered on nu or
der from a regular custniuur, but which
order is now pronounced to bo a forg
ery. Tho quantity of tho oil in tho
cans wns about 105 pounds a quanti
ty sufllclent to blow up tho St. Nichol
as Hotel, in Now York.
Ho fears thnt It mav havo been on.
tainrd In tho way it wns for somo foul
purpose, ns ho latterly has hnd several
applications by unknown poisons fnr
thopurchnso ol the nrticlo, to whom ho
refused fo sell, owing to their being
strangers, nnd would not explain satis
factorily tho purpose for which thoy
Ho informs mo thnt, although it is
given out thnt tho stone walls ot tho
Clorkeiiwcll prison wcro blown down
with gunpowder, thu material used
Now sir. tliis 165 pounds havo dis
appeared from NowToik, and if listen-
fled lor misentei, it is moro HKeiy jor
use in Washington than elsewhere. I
giyo ynu this information to put you
"Very respectfully, John A, Ken
SVhcther it wns to bo considered a
t'soll'' or not, it was gonornlly remark
ed that tbo seats on tho Democratic
sido hnd been vacated as though the
Domocrats really had serious apprehen
sions of a Guy Fawkcs plot.
TREABO? is -ot PPI9P , "t
In tho .gouth. .Senator CarlsfH 4fas
just received tho following lcttr from
a jdlstmiraM,ed oli! ftftho WHT
Afhly; -wTioMs well known Ja.Oregoa
to be a man of truth nnd voracltf.
Hero is tho letter, read It :
Augusta, Gkokum, Vkb, a.td 'OPV
oi. Jf, 7IT (,'qrku, UiiS.,8tnatort
Stnf Upon the: receipt of" tho now
of tho Into attempt of tho President (o
removo Secretary Stanton, interna ex
citement prevailed in thin city. V do
not think thcro can be nny doubt
thnt in case of a forcible contlict be
tween .thu tKxcciitU'Q .ahd uffttfgrcs
upon this, or any other Issue, Oio
Southern people wonld rise as onu msnv
The flrcmnn of this city
punded ycstrday ono ol.thd'englnes
wns surmounted with a sllkc.n banner
with "Jcflersorl Davis," iifgtlt to'ltcr.
upon it, lhason U not odious 'here.
A fellow calling himself tieryent Bates
is ciirouto from Vieksbitrg tb Washing
ton, carrying a U. S. flag, upon, a wager
that hu will perform thts'jo'urnuy .with
out bring Insulted nnd without it cost
ing htm a cent. Thus far ho has bem
received with mniked nttontlonnt ev
ery important point. Do the enemies
ot truth expect to use, this fact to dls
provo tho chnrgo of the total disloyal
ty of the Southerns? I linpo not, for
it is no test. Tho iiotarloty of 'the
thing, nud tho fact thnt it will bo nice)
ns a test, protect thu man. If tho term
of this wager had not been heralded
over tho whole country, he wonld havo
lost his wngcr beforo ho hnd gone
twenty miles. I understand they will
recelvo him witli boner here. Well,
how hypocritical that will be, you can
Judge when I tell you that I nm insul
ted dally because of my unifurm, and
because of tho flag I hangout of my
oflico window. I hnvu repeatedly seen,
women walk !n thu middle of thu street
rather than pass under the flag.
Don't think of rcduofng thu Itcgu
lar Army. I lepent, from a knowl
edge oftho fact, thu country needs every
soldier It has got. Is not pievcntloa
better than euro ?
HKNATOU COIIUKTT'h ItKCErTIOK.
Ill thu midst of impeachment, and
nitio-glyccriuc plots, I pause tu notice)
tho reception of Senator Corbett. On
Monday night his spacious parlor
weru erowded from nine to twelve:
o'clock, with tho elite of tho city.
Neatly nil thu Oregoulaim and Cnllfor
niaus who ate in the illy, nud many
others nttended. Senator Williams ot
Oregon, nud his lady, Judge Lander
and Judgo Ollphant, uf Washington
Territory, ltupicscntatitu Illijhby and
Senntois Couuets nud Cole, Gfn. Sutter,
General Hutler and his family, Senator
Frollnghuyscn, and Spcnker Colfax
wero among tho number. Thu com
pany wns received by Senator Corbett,
Mrs. Corbett, and Miss Ittiekles, a sis
ter of Mrs. Corbett. Kach and all
wero coidlally received, and tho com
pany appeared ns familiar and as much
at homo as they would havo been nt a
little family party in JnuLsonvillu or
How to Have a Loving Wim. A
correspondent sends tho following to
tho Phrenological Journal:
If you would havo a loving wife, ba
ns gentle in your words after as before
marriage; treat her qulto as tenderly
when a matron ns when a miss; don't
make her tho maid of nil work nnd ask
her why she looks less tidy and neat
than when "you first knew her;" don't
buy cheap, tough beef, nud scold her
becauso il docs not comu on tho tabU
"porter houso;" don't grumblo about
squalling bnbics if you cannot keep up
a "nursery," nnd remember that "baby
may tako after papa" in hfs disposition;
don't imoko and chew tobacco, and
thus chatter your nerves, and spoil
your temper, and mako yonr breath a
nuisance, nnd then complain that your
wtfo declines to kiss you; go home joy.
ous and cheerful to your wlfo nnd Ull
her tho good nows you havo heard, and
unt silently put on your hat and go
out to tho "club" or "lodge," and Ut
her afterwards Icnrn thnt you spent
tho evening nt tho opera or at a faney
ball with Mrs. Dash, I.ovo your wife;
ho pntient; remember you are not per
fect, but try to bo ; let whiskey, tobao
co and vulgar company alono; sprnd
your evenings with your tlfe, and lira
n decent, CJwfstian life, arid your wile
will bo loving and triie-you did not
iiiarry a beartlesi .beauty without sn
or worth ; if you did, who is to blam,o
if you buffer (ho consequences t
' . '
Tho stool1 pen manufactories of OU
mingham employ 320 men and 2,000 wo
men. Thoy turn out weekly 08,000 groan
of pens, in which 10 tons of atcal, val
ued at $15,000, is used.
m i i '
Good, Jeff. Di W Exeotfns Mas.
sjon, at Itichmond, U to be- eianged in
to a Frccdmcn s bchool lien
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