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NTH. AND RESTAURANT
Odd Fellow's Hall,
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MADAME D ROBOAM'S
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ii.m1 In firrt clw er.lrr. slid In vrrjr
BEE MOSS ARE .EIVLY FIB.MSIIED,
,blnc tbe mirtrt nflurd lll be ob-talnt-a
JjT.h, in.vUJng as ll.lhrprnn.
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pC b. coffin,
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f.rint i.. Opinio A CDlii. Mr. 0-t.ll..
tVtins ill..ltn... I' II ! "l continue
lit liinrM. atitl run If li'iiml bis ""P
Coiner of CnmlThiirt hi reels,
rrrail iml.1 tk Iii n wi.ikinsuhke instiiier
.ekKwivllk Oct 13. IM7. PCllOir
S. M. FARREN.
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JACKSONVILLE. SATURDAY, MAY 10, 18G8.
doxe ix the fjxest srvw of art.
OR EXI.AROEt) TO LIFE SIZE.
SEW BROOMS SWEEP CLEAN J
T1IEX GO TO THEATER'S
iD CIV THE rrsT IX THE I'lRKET,
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Factnrr nn rorni-r nf Or'cnn nml MlnSl.
bjlb 0.1.1 Kr'l ' Hull, nml oppotlte Ibe
Inn., till I n I", M''1llt.
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PAY UP-LAST CALL.
a UTiiosr. ivii:mi:n to us auk
ft Imtliy i.oi fill in ii ii 1 1 'rril nml p
liriliefirri d.y nf .Ijtuurv twiinp, H
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CwMut ilj iniriK-. wu)..ml mwy.in mrrt'uiir
cn Imtii'iHi-; iti'l lu'ilniii"Tf,'1i nilpjf, ii
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lirli'm mil liiik'nUi.ti n firiri mm lmk in
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BUIUlKIt-.. ASll mTlUUS WHO DCSIHi.
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EIGHTEENTH OF MAY,
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Physician & Surgeon.
Office nt lil lTlili'iiff. in I lie Old Otertfck
llofi!lnl, mi Oni'im Slrtf U
PHYSICIAN AND SUKOEON,
OFFICE-Corncr of California and Fifth
Streets, Jacksonville, Ogn.
lie will practice In JcVnn nd ndjuccnl
counties, ami nttund (irumptl lu pruri-.l.iukl
DR, A. B. OVERBECK'S
Zn tho Ovorbock Hospital,
WAKM.COf.D itSHOWEIt I1ATIIS,
SUNDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS.
TUB OREGON MfflBk
Ererr SntiirilayMernlHg ky
OFFICE, CQRXF.R -f.' TIUSD STREETS.
TruM op srBscRirnox,
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not mM wliMn thr tlr-l x mouth, or lb jpr.
njrili.lUn; irnl pld until thr iplutloo
or lhujer,UdUr . "
TEIWU OP ADRTTIKO.
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1 GKUIIK, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
OFFICE removed to Oregon Street, near
ly opposite the French Restaurant.
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n. I.I'.WIS G A. NUNC,
PHYSICIAN & SUIIGKON AND
"t7H.L rniiml to ny Mho my require lil
line flinp. on north ride C'ullfornU fire. I.
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LETTER FROM B. F. DOWELL.
Wasiiinoto.v, I). C, )
2Cth Mnn.li, 1608.
Tltt imjxactmtnt, &mttor HWe'i
cianctt of king J-,$hl(ii(, Connecti
cut elective, the righti of naturalized
citizcnt, railroad charter, and Gener
al Hancock iipoMni'V, tin- the gcni-nil
Hitiji'ds of intiTt'si in ConircMii,ti.il
Tltc Prvfiilcnt, on Mnmlnv. filcil n
long nnswiT to tin- nrticlcs ol impeach
nii'iit. It really ninmitit to nil mlinh'
r-Ioti of iloing everything charged in
tho article, with a ilemnl tli.it any
thing he ha ever ilone M etintr.nry to
tho CoiiMitutimi ami law? of tho Uni
ted State;. In other word., it amount
to a ilemnrrr r in a Court of law, with
a M-tup fpeeeh injected into it, anlong
aitallnf hi upcechc, ngniiift what he
alls " the Hump Congress," with nil
the arguments contained in all of his
vetoes. He admits he removed K. M.
Stanton, and he signed the otder ap
pointing Lorenzo Thomas Secretary
of War intirim. He admit he
knew the statute made tlno arts a
high misdemeanor, wh'eh sulijCTled
him to a fine of $10,000 and routine
ment in the Penitentiary for a term of
hum one to five vears. Headmitsthat
peachment exhibited against said An
drew Johnson, President of tho Uni
ted States, do deny eneli and every
avciinrnt in said several answer, or
cither of them, which deities or trav
erses tho notr, intents, crimes or misde
meanors charged against said Andrew
Johnson in said articles of impeach
ment, or either of tiistn, and lor repli
cation to the said answer do say that
the said Andrew Johnson, President
of tlie United States, is guilty of the
tigii ei noes nun inisitenteanors men i
turned in tlii! said articles, and that tho
said .House. of Representatives are
'ready to prove tho same,
Chances to become President inrrenses
the iniiliituity of tho Copperheads
against hint, and they arc manufactur
ing nil kinds of lies ngaiut him to in
jure, his influence as the President ol
the United States ns soon as Johnson
is convicted on the impeachment nrti-:
eles. A rvpoitcr applied to him, ns i
President ol the Senate, for n ticket to .
.1 .-.... in ... I
uie itcpouers winery, nun u neing
full, the reporter was respectfully re
tuseil n ticket; and tho reporter wiites
to the Ohio Jsadcr, on the 12th iust.,
that Senator Wade said : " Well, that
l the d dest meanest paper in Ohio ;
it's n Chase paper all the time; it don't
owe me nothing, nud I don't owe it
nothing back; that's no recomnienda
tion to me." The whole thing is n tun
licious lie. Mr Wade and Chase have
been political rivals, but tltoy are per
sonally very friendly, nml they are
both very good scholars, nud neither
of them would ever think of using any
Hitch vulgar, incorrect language ns the
Senator Wade being the acting Vice
President, he will bo the President if
Mr. Johnson is convicted ; m n short
r-kclch of his life and services may be
interesting. Mr. Latnnan, who is in
timate with Senator Wude't. lilo and
" Uenjamln F. Wndo wns born in
I - .. ..... ..
he knew it was his dutv to see that ' heeding Mills l'urisli, .Massachusetts,
Ihoc laws were" niithiully executed, October 27, 1800; received n limited
m.ltliata violation ol this dutv wn.....toii, and commenced netive lile
a violation of hi oath ol office; and i by teaching reliool and attending to
that tli! was n high crime, and s..b.nj.'"cultuml pursuits m Uhio, to wlilcli
U-tetl lilm and all others who knowing .-taio in. nn.. v-.. .... .,,
....u. nr ! 1 1 it ciiiifiitii i ii ii niui ii'titK
ly commit the crime, of perjury to ten ' "f "."""""" , , , .
uars impriMiument in the Penl.ei.tia- nilmittwl to the bar in 182 and ladd
rv; vet his denials nrethat all orthesejlhev.ll..H.spo.itiou of JuMlce of the
..ii-... no rliniN.. beenu.e he. An- IVaie, Piweeutiug- Attorney for Ash
"" !-- ...-...-- f l
For salr- l Mil me """
"t0r" 7JllTlttsB. fflle Prawrfsl.
1,5111. r iwr .0 0I,. ln.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.
lory. e re wr prrp-iM nJ,""S-lW
tteiilluu to cm kail" ""''''ofif 4 Kip.
Dumesilc Utber, Boot I', w
tr. listfcry "
drew Johnson, I'rcsid.iit of the United
States, had declared them itneonstitu
The truth is, he declared in his ve
Iocs, liefnn these law became opera
live, that they were iineonstltiitliiiial;
but Congress" declared by more than
a twothiriN vote, that they were
coii.tltutioual, by pacing them ovir
his veto. The eoii.litiittou iicikes him
the ex.euiivc'olhVvr to exueute there
Ittts, and ir he .'.ills to execute them
the Senator are the judges ol
their iiiu'i.iiMiiullouallly, and not the
Piwldem. Thev are inmle the jmlges
ot !!tm laws, nml ol the PiwMviiIH
crimer. having two or ilnw times miI
eiiinlv devhircl litem t be eotiMilu
il.mil, i hey will t likt''y u'
change their opiiiions ol il..- laws;
coiiKipieiitly we may eoiiHdenlly ex
..eel a verdict lliat then- laws are con
Mituiional, and that Andy JohuHon hu.
wiUullv violated these laws, nud is nn-
.' .. ni-ctinv the high and respon
eible aation which he now occupies.
The answer covers about two qmw of
paper. , ,
'iv. .i.u lono answer and stump
.peech, the House, on Tuesday last,
.H...I .i. f,.ll.iuin2 replication:
a.ives ol the United Mates to he
6wer ol Andrew Johnson, Pre -
!ent of the United btates, lo me rM.
: f.......l.niHiit exhibited
rlcs 01 iiii',v
against him by Ihe House of Reprc
Bcutativess . t ..
A..a e..M have considered ihe sov
!..... of Andrew Johnson, Pre
crai '--, ,... .,i, ..
ident o the UH" P"t ,";
! .nicies of impeachment agiist
,v theni exhibited in the nam? of
ilves and of all the people of Jhe
tabula County, Statu Senator, nud
President of a judicial circuit, lit
I8SI he wns elected n Senator In Con
gress, from Ohio, for the term eliding
in 1857; and he was reelelected for u
second nud third term, ending in 1800,
MT.iug as Chairman of the Commit
tee on Teirilories nml of thu Special
Committee on the Conduct of the
War, mid as n member of the Commit,
ire" on Foreign Relations nud on the
District of Columbia."
nn: iituiiTS or natuiiamzkd yoituioy
Are claiming the attention of both
Houses of Congress, and the most rad
ical men in Congress. Mr. Sumner
presented n letter to the Senate from
Mr. Unncrolt on the subject, and our
treaty with Prussia on Friday last, and
n!i the treaty, as understood by tbone
who drew it, covered tbe American
doctrine of clllxensliip ns set forth In
the letter by General Cass, in 1818,
when Secretary of State. Mr. Sumner
eAplaineil that the practice of Prussia
for the past twenty years regarding
1-ilir.etis who had gone abroad, when
owing her military service, had been
not to try them on their return and
sentence them to servo out their time,
but merely to drift thcinnnew. Uythe
terms of tbe present trenty uch draft
could not take place; and consequently
nil trouble to former citizens of Prus
tin, reMilent in th country, wijl
cud with the ratification of the treaty;
In view of tbe facts that this treaty,
when copsumniated, would provo Uie
way to similar conventions with other
great European nations, Jfr, Siuri'ier.
on the part of the Committee on For
eign lUlarion'i urKe(1 Prinpt t!on
upon it. The treaty will prnoaiuy ne
ratified at nn carlyday, and energetic
be relinquished forever.
Tho Prusidn treaty was before the
Senate this evening, nml it wnsratllled
by n vote ol twcnty-iiiuu yens to eight
TIIK RAllhOAD CftMMITTKB
Of tho llnttso have ngived to nmend
tho bill granting n charter to construct
n railroad from Portland to the Hum
boldt, so it will read "from Portland
in n southerly direction, crossing the
mountains nt nn elligiblc pass in tho
vicinity of the Klamath T.nkes; ihcneo
to the Central Pnclllo Rnilro.nl nt thu
north bend ot Humboldt." It is nlso
to bo amended so nsto prohibit tho
Company from selling the laud on the
route, which Is donated to the Com
pany, for more than $2j per acre, nud i
pledging the whole of the proceeds of
the sales of the lands for tho payment
of the Interest on the bonds ot the
United Slnte, which nro to be issued
to construct the rond. 1 ho lirst amend
ment ought to create harmony through
out the State, and induce nil parties
nml nil the papers in Oregon to favor
the road. The last ninendnicnt is be
lieved to be nn important nmendment
to get it pased through Congress, as
there arc many nvnibers ol Congress
who are opposed to nny sales of the
public Inn Is nt nny price. They wish
to give nny nml nil lands nwav, or
mnko them subject to private entry, nt
a dollar nml twenty-live centi per
Has been hero several days, but he nt
tracts but very little attention. His
political Generalship in New Oilcans
was brilliant nud short, I can fed bis
nld'frlcudH: nml companions in arms to
forsako him, and inadu him no new
Irifiids, He is n gallant soldier, nml
the people appreciate his, rervlees hi
tho Held, nud many sincerely regret
that he should have undertaken to do
the dirty political woik of the Presi
dent. It wns nn unlucky hour when
be permitted Mr. Johnson to beguile
him Into becoming the only Instrument
which could be found in the entire list
of iirmy officers who wns willing to
reliitnle rebels in office, nnd keep the
colored population in n state of vmal
nge oi ijnal slavery, tor the hollow
promi-es of office from the rebel De
The elections in New Hampshire nud
Connecticut arc nttntctlng more ntteu
lion lu political circles, than the im
peachment. The former has routed
nud discharged traitors nud their sym
pathisers. It is probable the latter
will give them no encouragement, nnd
the conviction of Johnson Is only a
question of time.
We heard nn the 20th Instant, of tbe
nomination bv the Democrats ol Joe
Smith for Congress Irom Oregon, nnd
of iheir endorsement of Pendleton nnd
his repudiation schemes. We have
been anxiously waiting for tho Inst two
days to hear from the Union Conven
tion, but up to 5 o'clock iv M. no news
had arrived nt tho telegraph office,
Give ns a good sound Union man,
wlio thinks Congress 1ms done, and
will do right ; nud that negroes nre hu
man beings, nud not chattels or slaves,
and in my Judgment we will carry Oro
gon by nn IncienFcd iiiiijoilty. Oregon
certainly will not endorse Pendleton'
repudiating, swindling, thieving, finan
tllcmselvrM.r, "' iI,Up.,uukfn'tWgOl.ti.'
V, 'intaVo exception tojHv WW. with England and France,
VC8S ilvoUhis answer toeach and tM be rigbU of porpetu.l aU-
and all ' l
The Great Tale Maker.
CwrwpoO'l.n'. ot lb. rtbvs Trtbont
Ni-w Yoiik, April 7, 1P08,
A member of ouo of the largest
houses on Broadway sent messengers
to purchase eighty tickets, fnrDickns'
last readings, for Ihe momberr of the
firm and their families, and (or such of
the employees ns desired thoin. Mr.
Dolby bnd kindly ordered that six tick
cts nud no nioro shonld be sold to each
applicant personally appearing; this
to preyept speculation. To secure tho
supply needed in this single bouse,
therefore, a bnkerV dozen of employ
ees punt wait in llooforjialf aibiy, and
nud as thpy were pot qujto nt the
head of the line, they gotuo tickets
after all. When the seeoiid sale was
advertised, they were sent again, this
time at four o'clock of n bittuily cold
morning. At eight the windows was
raised and tho snlo begun. The! first
61 tho deputation was tho filth man
from tho bend of tho column. Mr.
Dolby had been good enough ("to
nvold confusion") to omit tho usual
plan of tho house, nnd had given no
tice that tho desirable scntt. would bo
sold in tho order ot application. The
thirteen messengers hurried home with
their dearly earned prizes, and, on ex
umlnation, they were found to securo
scat ju thu second gallery.
Tho gentleman SvheThaii advanced
0120 for this vntimblo assortment of
chances, waitod n day or two and learn
ed through fvlloW'iutTorers that Mr.
Dolby explained it ns "Aw, a demb
good ell on tho nrlcculaVoril, 'yon
A few days later tho 120 victim
(cat! him Jortcs) nddrcsst'd a nolo to
Mr. Dolby, detailing without show of
temper1 'the unfdttunnto cVrrtV, enclos
ing tin tickets, nnd suggesting that
n check for their market value might
be retiirnctl.rvjr-the beaVcr. liVfappcn
cd thnt..tfvI)i.lby;wftA o"' nnt' '
ckii5na.)ell..irti; office clerk
nt tbe" hotel. ' The. mlnlii.l not
yet begun, and tboiijli ' no' answer
came, Mr. Jorica waited until thay
were over, nnd ho'Jfnd definitely nicer
tnlned that every ticket bad been re
sold. Ho then said to nn acquaintance
who wns n boarder nt Mr. Dolby's ho
tol, " Re good enough to ascertain from
Mr. Dolby hlnisoll whether he rceelv
ed my unto nml enclosures, nnd if so,
find out, if yon can, without rudeness,
whnt he means to do nbnut it."
The interview wns in this wlso:
Ac'jiKiintiince. " Ry tho way, Dol
by, did you get n note from my friend
Jones, returning a bunch of 'tickets
nbout which there wns some jnlstnko?"
Dollii. "Aw, yes, bleovo I did;
friend Jones blnrsled ass."
J). "Fiieud .Tones blarstcd ass;
tell him s6 tor me, will your" '
A. " Certainly, Mr. Dolby, if you
wish it; but
D. "Oblige mo, particularly; 'tell
'm 'ees blarstcd nss."
Mr, Jones, being told, returns this
Present Mr. Dolby my compliments,
with regret that my limited social cul
ture forbids n command of the elegant
phntocolcgy In which bis' polite rnss
sngo was couched ; arid, however, that
the idea, nnd tbe only ,onf wblcb Ide
sire nt present to bring to his attention
may peihnpi bo gathered trom tho
eriido Aineiican to which lain cnullncd.
In ciudu Amciicni tho statement is
concisely this: "If Mr. Dolby's cheek
for $120 Is not laid on my table boforo
12 o'clock nt noon tomorrow, I will at
tach every rag ol bis luggage and of
his atigtiHt master's too; I will sue him
in tho com ts ami play the devil with
him generally on n nmro liberal scalo
than ho ran possibly have been accus
tomed to in bis widest experience.1'
Mr. Dolby received ' messngo at
it wns given; nursed himself tenderly
at the knob of 111 eane,sald " blarstcd "
a good many limes, but soon nftcr dis
patched a messenger witlt tho chrck
consoling himself, however, by solilo
quizing nloiitl: "Aw! well, its .ho
(list ot tho blarstcd fools as has pot
nny money back, though ; and haw !
mw ! wot lots of 'cm lias tent their
Tius of tho servant, for whom ot
course the. master Is responsible, though
It bu n servant and not tho master,
One equally neat nud equally retiro
seutallvo Inchlcnt in which thu Dick,
ens himself figures:
Duiing Mr. Dicken's stay in the.
city, thu iiati larch ot American au
thors, William Ciillen Rryant, wholly
unmindful of thu presumption moving
him thereto, had thu Irmvrily to drive
to Mr. Dicken's hotel, nnd Irom the
general parlor to send up his card. It
wns but n moment till the servant
brought it back with Mr. Dickens' eer'
sonul assurance that he. had no iucllnA.
tiou to be disturbed; his Invariable
rule since ho lauded having been ami
still being to scu no one.
A week or two since the irre prcssi.
bio journalists who aro preparing this
model gentleman a farewell testimonial
dinner advised Mr, Rryant that he
would, of course, be expected to pre
side. Tho gentlest ot eyes kindled in
a moment, and tho flowing beard wa4
a nefjutfvo not to be misunderstood.
The explanation was in quiet, words,
but they were those: "Mr1 Dicken's Is'
capable of rudeness that cannot be
Finally, a single, fact o( n y ewn
knqwlcdgc, Mr, Djc.ken,t U nuiioiinoeoj
to icad hero uoxt week, tor tho last
time. I hear constant inquiry at my
hotel (and it is thu most aristoeratM
in the city), aiming ladies pud genile-i
men who read all thu papers, when ihe
tickets aro to bo sold. -T lh eveuiup; I
read in tho Mail " personal " card
offering ciolce iutt for- Mr. DlckeM1
readings next week.
Let., him that readoth undoretfad.
Can Mr, Dickeua aiul too aoou t '
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