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m AN0 RESTAURANT,
. OITOSITE TDK
Odd Fellow's Hall,
elers resist boarder, will fine
. ., i. and la every
! KOOHS E SEWLY FURNISHED,
. m.i will lPrcd to deserve the pat-
p. B. COFFIN,
voir IS POSSESSION' OF THE ENTIRE
WhM i rf n ColSn will continue
roracr of 0 and Tlirid Streets
pSS Jd" wk I. . k-HW. ..ner
.alrronU7l J. oelWif
I S. M. FARREN.
JACKSONVILLE, 'SATURDAY, AUGUST 1G, 1SG8.
NEW BB00JIS SWEEP CLEAN!
THEX CO TO PREATER'S
AND nV THE BEST IX THE MiEKET,
AT WHOLESALE OP. RETAIL.
Ktctorr nn enrne r of Oregon and Main Sts.,
It tit Odd Fella 1U1I. tuil opposite the
Jsekioavllle. Nor. 29lb. ISG7. novDOfira
BUILDERS. AND OTHERS WHO UESIllE
l!mf. i!l nud run.tant uipljr. ot Ihr
t'tt quality, luquatitlll" In suit, at my shop
11 Mam ttrrvt, Utaeen Ori-gnn mid Tltlnl, op
posite Multo Hrmltnn'. tnre. lu my nb
, .Vr. Alet. Martin will unit upon cutom-
; stone"cutting !.
.Stone .Mason Work
-4oaeontnni to suit iL-j lluiet. Ordi-rs from
tbr country Mil teeelre prompt alti-nllni..
JOHN H. PEACOCK.
Jsekwntllle, April J, UC7 np27
'pilE CIIW.VS AUG NOW IIE1NC MANU
m fci?rnl ? "("rr1 SaMl I" Jsekson-
be tbjm. The f.ei tbit they will churn Iml
fcrlntbe short space of from two to llvi mln
w. will convince tie niott skeptical tbtt tbey
Wfriiperlorlo anything or tbe kind ever
Ws oBVrrd to tbe public. They are bee Ides.
M elrajeri.no crubblr.p or washing by band
try to keep tlera perfectly rlea.i.
U9tfc um G.B.HLOOD.
CWU4 lad UliliU COAt and rtO 1ROK
. . r.bi-i
BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.
lJW2F,I,M,l,B 'P0 r our Fac
ltoStoinpV l!T"d Iveonr whole
ft bind direrVnW Flndl0 bulne-
1 u .' '" I oan ranclsco.
Tl0M,km00oTi,,r8.CmMi" to the
'rd0TJeiue.?,ry4 W,de con
H time S 'Sj ??f,ounU- I " been
'twnwnerf ili1i iiAc,,0.Mt ,w "
Mi' ' tbe "d of thirty daw.
P.M.O C K T' GLt?? Tru19'
"u.Uicu. July 17tl.. '68.
S " P Siwl? br3r'l?f0re between
E. II. GREENMAN.
A(,- lb, Ub wO.CgEBSIAN.
VOXE 7.V THE FIXSST STl'LK OF ART.
OR EXLAROKD TO LIFE SIZE.
DR A. B. OVEtlBECK,
Physician & Surgeon,
Ofllce at hit residence, In tbe Old Orerbeck
iiorpitAi, on tlri'KOti Street,
Da. E. E GREENIAN,
PHYSICIAX AND SURGEON,
OFFICE-Coracr of California and Fifth
Street, Jacloonville, Ogn.
Ha will nrectlce In Jackpon and adlacent
counties, aud attend promptly to proferlonal
DR, A. B, OVERBECK'S
In tho Overbook Hospital,
WARM, COLD & SHOWER BATHS,
SUNDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS.
r. cituni:, M. I).,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
OFFICE removed to California Street,
Jacksonville, Ui-c, 'JUt. leli. drdl-tf
UK. LKWIS GANUNG,
PHYSICIAN .t SURGEON AND
T17II.L atti-iid to any nho may require hit
? errlcM. OHk tidloltilni: N. Lanirer
EwerF Saturday Moratut T
B. F. DOWELL,
OFFME, CORXER 0 TMRD STREETS.
TERMS OP Bt'BSCRIPTIOXi
For one year, In advance, four dollar : If
not paid wltbln the Urit rfx month. oTthe year,
avdollrijlf not paid nntll the expiration
TERM! or ADVKRTlatXON
,. One are (10 lines or lew), fir Insertion,
three dollars j each subsequent lniertlon, ooe
dollar. A dlcount of flfty per cent, will be
made to those who advertise by tbe year.
Lesal Tenders received at current rates.
shoe hup, on
wtm 1 1 mm-nKita:uTTrr'..BLjf r
I've wandered through the village, Tom,
Along with Anna I.ee,
To listen to tbe mocking bird,
In tbe cottage by tbe sea.
Heed's black mart can't be beat,
While coming through the rye,
Let me kiss htm for his mother,
Says the spider to tbe fly.
Tbe colored girl and poor old Ned
Now swell our national song ;
I'd offer tbee this band of mine
Dut take your time Miss Long.
I'm lonely since my mother died
Susiannab don't you cry,
We are all nodding through this world,
then root, bog, or die.
Hark 1 1 hear an angel sing,
Ah I daddy he's struck tie
We're coming Fatter Abraham
Along with Anna Llile.
The song my mother uicd to sing,
Tbe wearing of tbe green,
Tbe girl I left behind me,
To-day I'm sweet sixteen.
Tbe nice young men and Fairy Uclle,
Are awlnglog In tbe lane
Tbe captain with his nhliktrs
Has marrying on the brain.
We will rally round the flag, buy,
For Johnny stole the ham
Yankee Doodle. Hall Columbia,
And I don't care a-cent
to-day. Tito message covora twenty,
eight pages, ntul it said to be an able
rchaoh of his southern policy.
A treaty has been negotiated be
tween tho United States and Mexico,
providing for tho appointment of n
commission for tho adjustment of nil
claims between the two Governments.
The principles of the Into treaty
with Germany relative to citizenship
is also mado n part ol the treaty Tho
Committee on Foreign Affairs have re
commended the rntiiicatlou ot the
r'4i Tiiw li.tf tirtiTi
from Rogue river valley to the Klam
ath river should bo hurveyed during
the summer and fall by subscriptions
in Douglas, Joscphino and Jackson
counties. Tho citizens in theso coun
ties generally oppose what they term
"Peiigrn's road by Diamoud Peak."
They bark at Pengra, but so far they
have slinplv acted the "dog in the
manger," without doing tiny thing to-
In n healthy grown person il beats
seventy times n minuto; thcro may be
good health down to sixty ; but if the
pulse always exceeds seventy, thcro is
disease ; tho machine is working too
fast; is wearing itself out; there is fe
ver or inflamation somewhere, nutl tho
body is feeding on itsell,ns in consump
tion, where the pulse is always quick,
that is over seventy, gradually increas
ing aud decreasing chances of cure, un
til it reaches 110 or 120, when death
comes beloro tunny days. When tho
pulse is nil tho tiriio over sovcuty for
months, and thcro is even n slight
cough, tho lungs nro nflccted.
Every intelligent person owes it to
himself, says llalCa Journal, to learn
from his family physician how to ascer
tain the pulse in health ; then by com
paring it with what it is when ailing,
he tuny have some idea of the urgency
of his own case, and it will be nit im
portant guidu to the physician. Par-
IKm.).! lIiaiimiw tin miMl!iinltill(i f I
., . .1 1 i 1 it 1. tents ought to know the healthy pulse
the route throuch Dotmlas and Jack- , .".... . ..
son counties. Pcngru is not alone in
of each child ; an, now and then, a per
ton is born with a peculiarly slow or
fast pulse, and the very case in hand
may be that peculiarity. An infanl'n
pulse is 1U0; n child's of seven yearn
about 80; and from 'JO to 00 yearn ills
........ l.nnl. n ...t.l,ll. .1 tin tl 1 1 tl 1 9 I . Ilfl
price of the laml which was donated to I
:. . -. ti .1 !.!-... i 'at forescore.
ineiu iv oongrcsK. 11 inc ciutcua ui
this road, but the wagon road stock is
owned bv mauv ol tho most influential
citizens of the Willamette valley. It
I is natural for them to favor tho route
along their roail, o as to advance tho
Douglas ami Jackson do not exert
'themselves lu n practical way, it is
I more than probablo the Willamette
Wagon Road Company will have more
' influence in the next Legislature and
lu the tuxt section of Congress than
Douglas and Jackson counties. II their
ttorv is believeil in the next Legisla
There aio pulses nil over the body,
but where thcro Is only skin ami bone,
as nt the temples, il is more easily
ly felt ; tliu wrist is the most conven
ient point. Tho feblenets or htrength
ot the bents Is not material, being mod
ified by the finger's pressure. Compar
ative rapidity is tho great point; near
LETTER FB0M B. F. DOWELL.
. ' . i. i death, It Is 110 and over. A iiouiiuy
I turc. they may memorialize Congress ' , , iu..i.
I, .'. . , ; ' ,.. i t i . pube Imparts to tho linger n feeling
'If Congress only has one survey to ,g hi(W
, ook at, the members may change the is always dangerous, It bent,
pillions, to compel the toad to go , ( J f n flno
, along the surveyed route. 1 he e.
up Rogue rtver, ..,. ) Little "wMourccl,.,.;, ,,,,, t
... ugu m, ...... pne, ,... ..,. lIuii liiirriii, t0 lnake h
, Lnngntnt creek, shot. hi nil be surveyed JlwM , ,, , wil,, UlB
heart. Hut ho wu ver unnatural you may
STAR OF THE
i fl.au jlAtllfvnB atiiinn'h Ttltlra itw rtlrlrk
i Vi tt Ublr, n.ud U C IrVta aliJUvl U4 ttrj Lurt C
TRY ' i JUDGE $
THEM!. -wW- F0R
) TRY ' M YOUR
THEM! I r ' SELF!
fut InprrdlfiiL A vwart ti'lf. sad mtl
arrc4blf dtlnV. Tj mirin t S'w)ed with J
ntil uin nu rntnlw m nd. 1 Lul 1U 1L bltUn.IDaae i
rmmth. tiiir.-.. r.trmiticf laju.btf Klutl. bf k I ?
and hrrbs air admlnt'ly nUiitrU to U. rur o! J
.ii rj...tnn nt tum kfnniMb. Kldnrt..! Iter and 1
UokcI.. auih P)i-pi, I'eur, IUntai,j
Lou of Aiptlle, rt tie l"orMr;li.
ttt. .tnuin k Jsckwn. tn I nuclwof
before the meeting of tho Legislature.
The Mirvoy should show the highest
and lowest altitude of each and all of
Washington. I). C.
Monday, July 20th, 188K.
Tlirpi. tliiiws have been eoi.cliicuour
'- - r .!.. ... ..
at the Capital ilurin- tho pan wwkr y
.1 M..:nt;An Ktllu A1iwL-n. Mint, Jt ,
111 t ..titit !hj ila nut t.tilivirili4 iiwirit fiiui tin
s ihiiimv " ii' -' Hv -. '..-
more towards tho construction of this
MUM II II
I, ..... ...In anralv IiUI rf
m n V itomwbaiKllI.erl
rmi for . at all bolal aail rsUil luot.
drug ana gtoctry
NOBODY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT 1
TAYLOIt A BIJ.NDKL. Bolt Aatnti,
Jeli-Iy ,p.r.o. 413, Clay bt. B.U rraorUco.
Tti Uft rnrlflerof thi Ctoxll
A flaaunt Tonic I
A rtry Acreeabl Prink)
Oninrpuwd for sctlnf ur.tr .Imt snlly on
tli. wcr.tlont f ttia kmn.i,
Il I)(ittgla, Jackson and Joscphino
the Preaidtnt's mtusagu rvcuui mending
l.H.... nitmnntd In tltfl r7llllt.lltlltlOII.
.,-,....'!,... t .,iilnimnkl.:road than tho Willamette
AUU riiiiiuau i;vmiiii.in " i , , f n . .
1 .1 ! ,! .t(' IkUalll V-UnlllUUVa tyllUV lil(l IIWl UU (till-
- unngth.sMonoI iii;u . h:iMQy n.a
Th7appropmtion bill, for the fiscal "' ' "t through Umpqua
year ..at- u-.. ,.,. . " ", nn I stall homo to-night at 8 o'clock,
ucnu ii.bv 1..V.U..W .. ..,...-,...---. . , ,.,,-
.f rn. I.kiI.I n f!tl.tiim IlOllSe!
and Court IIotte at Portland, Oregon,
and 810,000 to survey tho public lauds
in Oregon, and $25,000 to (dean out
the Willamette river.
The bill to pay for Alaska has pars
ed both Houses' by large majorities;
but they differ as to the right of the
President and tho Senate to mako such
a treat v, without consulting the House
of Representatives. The House in
serted this declaration in the bill iiiak
in" tho nppropiiatiou, which was 6trick-
c.rout i tl" &". aml ,l is now
probable this declaration of principle
mav defeat the appropriation during
the' present session of Congress. It
,iti I.,, mken uu asain today, and poi-
. " ..... n.
mav bccoiuo a w.
TktBest Itewedy lor PuTaiylHB
tbe Wood, Strcugtbeulng tbe Nerves, Re.torlng
tbe Lost Appetite, Is
FUESE'S JIAMnUUG TEA.
It Is tbe best preservative tjRalnstal most any
Icknem. If used timely. Compowd of lierU
ouly, It cau be plveu steely to Infants. Full di
rections In Enjtllsb. Fiench, Sp.u.snand Ger
man, with every package. Till IT!
For sala at ull tie wbolle and rtUll drug
stores and groceries. , ,
EMIL FRESE, Wholesale Druggist,
Sole Agent, 41U way siree.,
I. O. G. T.
Mimcv at I.AhT. Governor Morrill,
Monday, pardoned Mrs. Catheiino Mc
Anile, the old lady who has been in
the State Penitentiary for four years.
This case is too well known to need
much mention. This old woman, f'lll
of maternal devotion, heroically sacri
ficed herself to save her son from tho
gallows. Tho son had killed his fath
er, and tho mother, to nvert the doom
of her offspring, claimed and confessed
that it was she who committed tho
murder, and on her own confession
was condemned to ho hung. Governor
Stone commuted her sentenco to im
prisonment for life. The poor woman,
jitter one or two attempts to commit
...... . .....!! ......
sibly it mav bccoiuo a ia. "- BUjcia0 lu tno jacKton coiu.iy jii,
chances are it will go over until next finay Bonl t0 t10 Penitentiary, and iu
wlllteri the gloomy clasp ol tl.at prison sue
Tiikek Amk.vbmf.sts to the Co- ,jag bcen 0r four ycais, waiting and
stitution' were recommended by ! ,irayllg for death. When wo vitited
President on lat Saturday: lit, J; tic I'cnitcntiary last fall sho was shtlv
disnenso with Electors iu the election cUei, in body( und tarly so in mind.
.1 '...- iwi.iont and Vice Prcsideat! ,,... vt.ars B10 had received no
. . t, ..... c...,..i nndtoaddapro- ,,,,! ... tidin''8 from her friends.
,,',, MA. "--
eligible for more than one i.. -
or six yi T,tt1il.I1. d v nff or
President auu .w " 'I" C ,.,Usol
Sixty-fivo years old, with her right arm
palsied and helpless, abandoned by all
of her blood, a victim to heroic moth
erlv devotion, and with tho light ol
earth, and seemingly that of heaven
shut from her aho was truly as sad an
ALPHA LODGE. NO. 1, 1. O. G. T., HOLDS
Ita regular meetings on Tuesday evening
of eacb w-ck, at the District School House, n
Jacksonville. LODGE opens at 7J o'clock.
DEGUEE MEETINGS tbe last Tuesday of each
month, alter adjournment of SUBORDINATE
LODGE. , . . ,.
All members of tbe Order In good standing
are cordially Invited to be present.
D. M. O. OAULT.-W. O. T.
J. R. Wapk. Seo'y. ,.,.,
Jacksouvllle, Feb. 8tb, 1868. feW-tf
Warren T.odara MO. 10. A. F. A. M
A HOLD their regular communications
on the Wednesday Evenings or preced
,.. .1.- ..ii i ..f-vRAWii.fje. OK
TZZ geTc : duties of P.csident,object evcr trod the wine press of
., tlm duties no u.t;ii"j -t woe.
that t to am &Mel fc ntereslC(i tliem.
"TW" JIM her behalf, and at last,
cf?.'i elected by the people and , h ,, the kndne.s and cons derate-
i sh iTdslatues of tho several , our oble Governor, the dis-
not by the Legitd" , n troken ,rom ,,or
Sta,T'That the Judges of the Supreme d ymh, and she is once more free
ctroi fear, not happy,-o fl
States be limited to a
term of twelve jitgllttr.
TF. London telegraph offices
.- hn KieCVUK" . . i.....i.J ......
The Veto Mf9 "r 6cnatc.poy more than ti.ree nunureu .....
think the pulse Is, do not worry about It,
tuko nothing, do nothing except by the
advice ol nn intelligent physician.
Wanisio Cooi. Off. Tho Sacra
mento Jltc wants a placo to spend thu
summer mouths, mid goes for buying
Greenland nud Iceland. It says:
Greenland Is sometimes called neon-
itiueut, and it is u continent. It lies
belweun SU degrees 40 minutes north,
nud runs up to thu north pole, or be
yond it, for oil tl.at Is known to the
contrary. At 70 degrees it attains a
width of COO miles, which it maintains
as fur ns it has been explored. Its
population is about 12,000, less than
one thousand of whom nro Kuropeaus
tho balance being natives or Esqui
maux. Iceland is but 130 miles from tho
coast of Greenland and somo HQ0 miles,
from Norway. It lies between north lat
itude 03 degrees 2 i minutes and 00 de
grees 33 minutes, being nlfout 300 miles
long nud 200 wide, and having an urea
of 40,000 square miles or nearly ono
fourth larger than Ireland, Tho pop
ulation is about 70,000 among whom
education is universal. There are thir
ty known volcanoes on thu Island, and
Hccln, tho noted one, is among them.
Grains are not cultivated there, but all
tho domestic: aulmnls do well. Tho
interior, like that of Greenland, is cov
ered with snow and glaciers, but thu val
leys along tho sea coast are fertile. In
this " puichasb" thcro is no telling how
much land wu get, for Greenland is lar
ger than Australia, perhaps three times
over, nud thcro is no end to thu snow
and ice, whiles earthquakes and volca
noes nro almost innumerable. These
regions aro not tho most desirablo in
tho woild for either Winter and Sum
mer residence, but they aro cheap
enough at tho prico to any people who
can afford tho outlay. Wo do most
sincerely hoped that thoy will bo pur
Tub Now York Polico mado 1,031
arrests during tho days on which tho
Democratic Convention was held in
that city, which is about 1,000 more
than were mado in Chicago during the
session of tho Republican Convention.
A Pennsylvania girl has died from
tho tting of a looust.
ORAXT AND FRIIDOM
From a speech recently delivered by
Judge Lawrence, of Ohio, we reprint
tho significant extracts below. Eulo
gising tbe Republican candidate for
tho military and administrative genius
which ho has established by Irrcfragl
bio proofs never to be obliterated from
the nutials of nations, tho speaker pro
ceeds to illustrate the early conviction
of General Grant, touching tho high
questions ot human rights. Road:
"During tho progress of tho war
and in advance, even, of thu stato
manshlp of Lincoln and his Cab
inet, Qcn. Grant foresaw tho neces
sity of emancipation, not only as
means of suppressing tho rebellion, but
to the future peace of tho country, and
on tho 30th day of August, 1S02, he
addressed n letter to Mr. Washburne,
of Illinois, lu theso words;
" VlCKSMMto, (Miss.) Aug. 30, 1808.
JJtar Sir: Tho peoplo need not quar
rel over tho institution of slavery.
What Vice President Stephens ac
knowledges at the enrncr-ttono of the
Confederacy, Is already knocked out.
Slavery is already dead, and cannot be
resurrected. Il would tako a standing
army to maintain slavery lu tho South
If wo wero to make peace to-day, guar
anteeing to them nil their former priv
ileges. I never was an Abolitionist
not oven what could be called Antl
Slavery but I try to judgo fairly aud
honestly, nud it became patent to my
mind early lu thu rebellion thnt tho
North aud South could nuvur livo in
peaco with each other except as ono
nation, and that without slavery. As
anxious ns I am to see peace established,
I would not, therefore, bu willing to
see any settlement until this question
is settled. Your tlticmo friend,
U. S. GRANT."
"This was the precursor of the Proc
lamation of Emancipation, which made
Lincoln Immortal ; und ns he invoked
upon them so may wo upon this, tho
considerate judgment of mankind and
the blessing ol God.' Here is evidence
ol statemauship which should bu print
ed lu golden letters nt tho head of ov
ery copy of tho Proclamation of Eman
Tkouiim: ritoM Witiii.v. Tho paa
slounte, ill-natured man lives always
in stormy weather, oven though itjbe
thu quiet ol duw.fall around him; al
ways wronged, nltvnya hurt, ulwnya
complaining of somo enemy. Uu hat
no conception thnt his enemy is iu
his own bosom, in tho sourness, the tin
governed irritability, thu habitual III
i.aturu ol his nwti bad spirit nud char
acter, I speak not hero of somo single
burst of passion, into hleh a man ot
amiable temper may for once bo bo
t rayed; but I speak more especially ot
tho angry characters, always browing
In somo tempest of violated feeling.
They have u great many enemies, aro
iinaeeotiutnbly ill-treated, aud cannot
understand why it is. They havo no
suspicion that they seo and stiller bad
things because they are bad ; thnt bo
lug ill-natured is about tho same thing
as receiving Ill-treatment, at.d that all
thu enemies from which they suffer are
snugly clustered iu their own evil tem
per. Tho same Is true of fretful persons
men nud women that wear away fast
and die, becauso they have worriod
life completely out. Nothing goct
right husband or wile, or child, or
customer, or sermon. They aru prick
ed or stung at every motion that thoy
make, nud wonder why It is thnt others
uru permitted to float along so peace
fully, und they nuvcr suffered to hav
n moment's peaco iu their lives. And
tho very simple reason is, thnt life is a
fluid ot nettles to litem, because their
fretful, woirylng tempers nro always
pricking nut through thu tender skin
of their uneasiness. Vhy, II thoy
wero In Paradise, carrying their bad
mind with thorn, thoy would fret at
tho good angels, and tho climate, and
tho colors oven of tho roses. Pr,
Goon ah a Rlack Mam I Every
black man who votes with tho Demo
crats In tho South Is considered bolter
than any whito man who votes tho
Union ticket. Tho Atlanta Jntelllgtn
cer, a Democratic Journal, says as much
lu the following declaration:
Thcro scorns to bo ns much political
virttto nud Integrity among thu colored
peoplo of Southwestern Georgia, aa
there exists among a largo portion ot
whites in Middle and Upper Georgia,
and wo proudly assert that they are
safer custodians of the franchise. We
see no reason longor to oppose negro
Put a good facoupon everything, ufo
less you nr so ugly that yo,u can'k
iwi: ,ug " T martin; w. m.
C. W. SivAot.Sec'y.
College BUI will be sent