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AMERICAN SAW COMPANY,
Movable-Tooth and Perforated Oiroular
Perforated Mulny, Mill and Crow-Cut Saws,
with Adjustable docket.
CANT DOGS, ETC.,
lhave established an ofllco for the sale ol tho
wbovc article, at
No. 606 Frenl Street, San Francisco.
Descriptive Pamphlets will bo forward
a to any one giving ua their address.
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT,
Odd Fellow's Hall,
Travelers and resident boarders will lino
BSD AND BEDDING
Placed In (lift das order, and In every
Way superior to nny In this section, and
surpassed by nny In the State.
HER ROOMS ARK .NEWLY FDBMSIIKII,
And a plentiful supply or tlio best or every
thing the market nirord will bo nb-
II Ell TA1JLE.
No troubled will In' spared to dif-ene tin' pit
ronagu or lliu (nuellug ns well u lliu peima
Jacksonville, March .11, lfi(3. If
P. B. COFFIN,
TS NOW IN I'OSSICSrflON 01' Till: KNTIUF.
I Hock or material' and tool formerly !.'
longing In Coslvllo .t Cunin. Mr. Co-lello
having withdrawn. 1'. II. Collin will cmilliiuc
the business, and cm In; found at hi shop,
Corner nf V mill Tlirlil Streets
prepared In do work In n wnrklnanllko Ninmivr
aartal nafon.ible rales. . ,
Jacksonville, Oct. 13, IM7. octiatf
EL 1)0 It AIM),
S. IYI. FARREN.
BUH.DEKS. AND OTHKnS WHO D13IIU:
lime, will llnd a constant mpply, ol llio
best quality, In quantities to mil, t my liop
on Main street, between Oregon ami Third, on
poilte Muller & Hrentauo'a store. Iu my ab
aence, Mr. Alex. Martin will wall upon custom
era. f STONE "CUTTING
Stone Allison Work
done on terms to mil tho time. Order from
tbo country will receive prompt attention.
JOHN R. PEACOCK.
Jacksonville, April 20, 1607. np27
fNTIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
1 SU(o of Oregon, lor tho county of
James T. Jones, Plalnllir, vs. Wm. II. Pee
Salt in Equity to qulot Title
To William II. Peebler : You are required
to appear In aald Court and answer tbo com
plaint of laid plaintiff filed against you, with
in ten days from tho time of the tervico of
this summons on you, If served within eald
county, or if served on you within any other
county in this Slate, then within twenty days
from the time of service, or if served on you
out of the State of Oregon, then It is ordered
by the Court fbat publication bo niudo for
eight weeks In the Orecjo.v Kkntinki. prior to
tbeW Monday In November, A. I). 18C8.
And you are notified that, if you fail to an-
n. ri ja.m.. Intnl. na nhnvp rpnnlrril. Ihft
plaintiff will apply Tor the relief demanded
icerew, town : lor a uecree to qmei me hub
tnt premiss uescriueii in nam tami-
ai, ana costs ami uiiuuraeinenia ui wm
aii ir Ka tarrui
liven under mv band this 24th day of 'Au
gust, A, D 1808..
0, JACOIJS, Att'y. for Plaintiff.
August 29th, 1868. aug29-w0.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS. .
NOTICE, Ilavlng disposed of our Fac
tory, we are now prepared to give our wholo
attention' to our Leather and Finding butlitcM.
Oa bind, direct from France, Calf &. Kip,
DoetIc Leather, Root I,vg, etc.
John G. Uttx, I L. Faviik, I John Diut,
' New York. Paris, San Francisco.
Address, IIKIN & MlAY, Sau Francisco.
410 Battery Street,
Oartos do Vislto
DONE IN THE FINEST STYLE- OF AllT.
Oil ENLARGED TO LIFE SIZE.
DR. A. B. OVEEBECK,
sician & Surgeon,
OIHco at lil res Idence, in the Old Ovcrbeck
lloiplt.il, on Oregon Hired.
DR. E. H. OREENMAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON,
OFFIOE-Corncr of California and Fifth
StreoU, Jacksonville, Ogn.
practice In Jnckson and ndjncrnt
counties, and attend
i on.' 1 1
DR. A. B. OVERBECK'S
In tho Ovorbock Hospital,
WARM, COLD & SIIO WUR RATI IS,
SUNDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS.
r. cui'iti:, im. i).,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
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Jacksonville. Ike. 21it, 1807. dcc21-tf
1)K. U:VIS (5AMTXG,
PHYSICIAN & SURGKON AND
TXT'IMj nllcnd to nny who
T v irr iCfc,
Odloe nilliilnliiu N. LanRel's
shoe Hinti, o
north tldu Culirornln Street,
I. O. G. T.
Ai.ru a i.oikii:. no. i,i. o.c t.. holds
li regular meotliigii mi Tiii'nI.ii evening
of ciich week, at llu llhlrlcl School llniie, In
Jnckronvllb'. 1.011(111 ihmi at 71 o'clock.
ii:(iiti:i:Mi:irriN(isiiio it i-'rid, or each
All iiirinlN!ri nf lliu Older III good landing
uro cordially Invited l Ih proent,
0. W. KAlll.IIIt, W. C. T.
J. u. WjiriB. fieo'y.
Warren Lodge No, 10, A. F. & A. M
A UOIill their regular cnminiintcationr
V" ",u Wedneiday Kvenliig or preced-
fr Inn the full moon. In Jjk-kiiiinwi.i.k. oii.
4 M 1 IM'IM 11-
0. W. SAVAOK.Seo'y.
T HAVi: UKCKIVni) FltOM Tin: U. 8.
1 Treamry draftn for the bounty of tho follow.
Ing named Kenllemeu t
tlcorgo V. Aililey, Charles 8. Halnl, 0. 0.
Rally, Clurlea K. Chappell, Garrett Crocket,
JnniH M. Hosle, Wm. A. A. Uumilion, .lo
seph Jlorun, David A. Tuylor and Juinea
'I'hcso gentlemen will pleaso cnll und get
1 H. F.DOWELL.
Jacksonville, Sept. 1st, 1808.
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JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,
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Harmless, b.ippy llttlo treasures,
Full of truth, and trust, and mirth,
Ulchest wealth, and purest pleasures,
In this mean and guilty curlli.
How I lore you pretty creatures,
I.amb-llku flock of little thing,
Whero the love that lights your features
From the heart (u beauty iprlngs 1
On these laughing rosy facss,
Thero arc no deep lines of sin
None of ponton's dreary traces,
That betray the wound within.
Hut yoitia Is tho sunny dimple,
lUdiaut with untutored milieu ;
Yours the heart sincere, and slmptu,
Innocent ofpellldt wiles;
Yours the natural curling trestcs,
Prattling tongues, nnd shyness coy,
Tottering steps and kind c.trestos,
Pure with health nnd warm with uy.
The dull slaves of gain or pisslon
Cannot luvu you ui they ihould ;
The poor worldly fools or faction
Would not love you If they could.
Write tliem childless, those cold-hearted,
Who can coru thy geneious boon,
And whiKi) roiili with rear liavo smartid,
Lett Thy blessings come too toon 1
While ir.j hath a child In lore him,
No nun can bu poor Indeed ;
Whllelio trusts a Krlcud above lum,
None can sorrow, fear or need.
Hut for thee, whoso heart Is lonely,
And unwarmed by children's mirth,
Splto of riches, thou nrt only
Desolate mid poor on earth :
Alt uuklmd by Innocent U-.miI,
All unloved by gullelcti heart,
All unheeded by sweetest duty,
Childless man, how pour thou art I
Appoal to the Hoys In niuc.
The lullowiiiK is front Ilciiilijimiti'itf
SoUlk'nt' und SitHocu' Ntitioiml Hojmli
licnn Kxcculivu Coiiiinittec, at Wash
iiigtnii: atti:mion! hovr i.v iii.ui:! wm. in J
CoMit.Di:: Tho tliu of battlo has
ceased, hut tho couiliet of ideas Htill
coutiuties. Tliu shook ill arum ended
with ihoHiirrciiderof Aupotoinax Court
House, hut tho Btntgjjlo of principles
still yoes on. Had Ahrahain Lincoln
lived, doubtless our labors and tolls,
cro this, would have been over and
But tho bullet that carried Andtow
Johnson into tho Whito llouso revivifi
ed the dead rebellion and ballled tho
advnuco of peace. Since then tho na
tion's Ufo has been ono ccasoless strug
glo with Copperheads and robuls.
They have filled thopubliooflicos,thoy
havo swarmed over tho land iu places
whero only loyal men should go; North,
thoy havo been nn oyo-soro and ofiunco
to every loyal citizon ; thoy havo op
posed reconstruction and equal rights,
and now organize their Ku-KIux-Klans,
in defiance ot the spirit nnd civilization
of tho ago. Tho Doinocratio party,
unabashed by its unpnlriotio and
sbamoful cottrso as a party throughout
tbo war, now again confronts tho coun
try with a platform and a candidato
which aro at onco an insult to overy
living soldior, a mockory to every dead
soldier, and a reproach to ovory patri
ot in tho land.
On tho otfior hand wo bohold tho
Hopnbliean party, with their shining
record ot patriolio deeds, tho banner of
our country floating prqudly over them,
and tho great leader of our conquering
army as tliolr chosen champion. Thoy
were our hearty steadfast Iriemls
throughout tho war, thoy sustained us
in tho field, tho dofended us at home,
thoy rejoiced over our victories and
mourned over our defeats; thoy fired
no rebel Imllots, thoy roorultod no reb
el armies, thoy gnvo no robol votes,
1 and now thoy ask us ngam to mu in
carrying tho nation forward tokits nat
ural and logical destiny; to help Bcntiro
the rich fruits of tbo war in nil its full
ness, to assist in grounding tho Repub
lic nt last on the immutable basis of
loyalty and justice antl equal rights for
Soldiers, in UMaajii Tl riur'n- the
Democratic party havo a fit cnndidntei
a representative copperhead nnd rebel
In disguise. In our ovrn U. S. Grant
wo havo tho simple honest soldior nnd
loyal defender ojtlio TJ,nur The ono
represents rortJlion', ttio other progress.
Tho ono sympathised with tho Confed
eracy, tho othor fought for tho Union.
Tho ono stands on the platform of Na
tional Repudiation, tho other of Na
tional Faith, invioluto and inviolable.
Tho one summons you to tho defense
of class and caste, tho other declares
for tho rightB of man, as man, for loy
alty and liberty, for equal nnd exact
justice to all men. Comrades, tho is-
stio is plainly mndo up, and now choose
Soldiers, it is tho old cause, and tho
hosts arc again gnthcriug for tho cou
iliet. The Old Flng is again unfurled
und Grant again heads tho column.
II o is tho Kniiiu bruvo patriotic soldier
that led you to victory during tho war.
It is tliu eanio flag you supported so
gallantly on many a bloody field. It
is lliu sauio glorious cotiso for which
during tho war, so many of our brave
comrades laid down their lives. Shall
it bo said, that wo fought all iu vain,
and that our dead died tints iu vain?
No; you will not. roverso tho record of
tho battle-field, no; you will not prove
falso to your slain comrades, no; you
will not now dosort tho old causo nnd
turn your backs niton your old chief
iand leader. You will not forgot the
ah tiling record ofDouuelson nnd Vicks-
burg, of Chattanooga and tho Wilder
ness, of Petersburg mid Appomattox
Court House, no I Hut ns tho men of
Lexington and Hunker Hill, of Valley
I'orgo ami Princeton, of Trenton and
Yorktown, afterwards with their bal
lots made Washington tho first Presi
dent of the New Republic, so you, re
membering our common victories, will
by your votes, innko Grunt tho first
President of tho restored Union. Tho
Tories and Cowboys of '70 of course
voted against General Washington,
but what truu soldier of tho Revolu
tion would not have blushed with
shame at tho thought of easting n voto
against the savior of his country? So
tho Rebels and Copperheads of to-day,
will oppoio Gen. Grant. So will the
deserters, tho bounty junipers, and
draft sneaks, but surely, no soldier or
patriot will follow their ignoble exam
ple who wants it said of him iu future
years, who would havo his children,
nnd liis chirdren's children stiller tho
reproach, that iu '08 ho voted agaiusa
tliu great soldior and honest mnii, who
iu 05' crushed tho Pro-Slavery Rebel
lion nnd saved the Union ? Surely no
ono who loves his country, or is proud
of his country's proudest history.
Soldiers, Grant will again be victo
rious. Tho omens aro all auspicious.
Ho has never yot been defeated let
itfi then again form lino mid movo into
battle. Lot the drums boat and tho
bugles sound; ndvanco tho colors along
tho wholo lino; nnd now, with
God's help, and iu tho namo of
Humanity and our Country ,Jut us ov
ery whero ohnrgo tho cuomy homo.
By order of tho Committee,
II. A. RARNUai, Chairman.
P. P. CIIIPAIAN, Secretury.
WILL. A. SHORT,) ,.o.
.TAJIKS T. SMITH, ) Jlmmn(
The Reason. "Why is it John,"
asked a lady teaqhor of ono of her pri
mary classes in botany, "that the flow
or of a daisy ia always on the top of a
stock looking up? "I can't toll was
tho decisive answer. "Next" said the
toachor. ' don't know," replied tho
second. "I guess I'vo got it," said an
urohin nt tho foot of tho class. "Well,
what do you say, Ralph ?" "I thiuk,"
said tho boy, looking down upon the,
floor, "it's for tho same reason that tho
school-marm's waterfall is always on
tho top of a stalk, looking up: 'cause
it's the fashion.
A man's foot is liko a barn wjien
there's a corn. Sin there,
i Josh Billings' Essa onto Hogs.
Hogs nro gcnorally quadriped.
The cxtrcmo length of thoir nntiqut-ties-has
never been discovered; they
existed n long timo before tho flood
and hev existed sum timo since. '
There is a grcqt deal of ititornal rev
onow in a hog; there aint much more
wnsto in them thnu in nu oyster.
Even there talcs can bo worked up
Hogs nro good, quiet boarders; thoy
alwur. cat what is set before 'em, nnd
don't ask any foolish questions.
Tho hog cun bo Unit n great tnonny
cuiiniu things, such ns histing tho front
gate oil' from tho hinges, tipping over
the swill barrels, n finding n hole in
the fence tew git into a com field ; but
thnr aint any length to their memory,
it is awful hard work for them to find
tho same hole to get out at, especially
if you aro anyways anxious thoy should.
Thoy novcr hnvo any discazo but
tho measles, and they novcr hnv that
hut onco ; onco socins to satisfy 'cm.
There is a great many breeds
Somo nro n closo corporashnn brood,
mid ngin somo nro bill more apart, liko
a hemlock slab.
Thoy can all ruto well ; a hog which
ran't ruto well hcz been mado in vain,
Thoy nro n short livid animal, and
generally dio as soon ns they get fat.
They used to hov a breed in Now
Knglnnd a Jew yenrs ngo which thoy
called tho striped hog breed ; this breed
was in high repute with the landlords;
almost every tavern keeper bed one,
which ho used to show travelers, and
brag on him.
Somo arc full in tho face, liko n town
clock, and somo are as long and lean
ns n cow catcher with n stccl-pointcd
none onto them.
Hogs nro very contrary, and seldom
drive well tho same way you are go
ing; thoy drivo most tho contrary way.
This hns novcr bin fully explained, but
speaks volumes for tho hog.
The Union as it was. Schuyler
Colfax said in 180-1 : "Rut they say wo
are for tho Union ns it was. I, too am
for tho Union ns it was, and the reason
I denounced the speech of Alexander
Long, and the reason I opposo tho roe
oguitition of tho Confederacy is bo
cause I will not consent to nsinglostar
shnll bo plucked from tho azure bltto
of our national baiinor. Thoy uro nil
to bo there, and every stnr to represent
a State. If you wnnt any of those
stars plucked out and your flag tram
pled under loot, you should select
somo other man for Representative, for
never, no, nover, shall I consont to it.
Dut it these men menu by tho Union
as it was, tho hanging ot men in Texas
for daring to voto for tho President of
their choice, thou I am not in favor of
tho Union ns it was. If thor mean
the right to mob and murder mon
from the North becauso thoy boliovc
iu tho Declaration ot Independence,
then I nut not in favor of tho Union as
it was. If thoy mean by it tho right
to commit all manner of outrages on
pcacable, law-abiding citizens from tho
North becauso thoy happen to hold
ditl'eront viows from them, then I am
not iu favor ot tbo Union as it was.
DituNK. -Young man, did you over
stop to think how torriblo tho words
sounds? Did you over think what
misory nnd woo you brought upon
your friends, when you degraded your
manhood by gotting drunk? Oh! it
is a fearful thing to tramplo under toot
tho claims that God and man hath up
on you. Drunk 1 How it rings in the
nnm of a lovinf wife! How it crushes
out the hopes of u doting father, and
brings reproach aud shamo upon loving
sisters I Drunk ! Seo him as ho leans
against somo friendly houso. Ho
stands ready to fall into the open jaws
of boll, unconscious ns to his approach
ing fate. Tho wife, with tearful eyes
and aching heart, sits at tho window
to hear hot- husband's footsteps ; but,
nlas I thov como not. He is drunk !
Tho husband, tho parent, is drunk, (
as-iAtwli'rir' li'a limn n arl mniiAtr wlinn
1, ul.nnfil lua.nt. l.nmn nnlnvinrr tbo
pleasures and comforts of tho family
HIIUHIH tj" -. J wr
cirolo. Drunk I Ho is spending tho
mcanB of support for liquor whito his
family is starving for bread, his chil
dren suflbring for clothing. Drunk!
His reputation is gone, gone! His
friends, one by one, are reluctantly
leaving him to his miserable fate. He
goes down to tho gravo "unlipnored
A Geo4 Wife
Whore indeed, can th6 noieat tod
earnest virtuo of n woman, tell a etrtni'
gor story of its worth, than on the
dawning habit of a child ? Where can
her grneo of character win n higher
and a riper effect, than upon tho action
of her household ? What mean tatw
noisy dcclaitncrs who talk of tho fee
ble influence, nnd ot tho crushed facul
ties of n woman ?
What school ot learning, or of mor
al endeavor, dopouds more on its teach
er, than the homo upon tho mother?
What influence of all tho world's pro
fessors and teachers, tells so strongly
on tho habit of a man's 'mind, ns thoso
gontlo droppings from a mother's lips,
which day by day, and hour by hour,
grow into the enlarging statute of bia
soul, nnd live with it forever ? Thoy
can hardly bo mothers who aim at. 8
broader ami noisier ncia ; inoy nav
forgotten to bo daughters ; thoy rausi
needs havo lost tho hopo being wires.
Bo this how it may, tho hoart of a
man, with whom affection is not, a
name, nnd lovo a mere passion of the
hour, yonrns toward tho qnict of a
home, ns toward tho goal of his earth
ly joy, and hope. And as you fasten
there, your thought, and indulgent,
yet dreamy fancy paints tho loved im
ago that is to adorn it, and to make it
She is there to bid yon Godspeed 1
and nn ndiou, that hangs like musio
on your car, ns you go out to tho every
day labor of life. At evening sho is
there to greet you, ns you como back
wearied with n day ol toil : and her
look bo full of gladness, cheats yon of
your fatigue; nnd sho steals her arm
around you, with a soul ol welcome,
thai beams liko sunshino on her brow,
nnd that fills your cyo with tears of a
twin gratitude to her, nnd Heaven.
Sho is not unmindful of thoso old
fashioned virtues of cleanliness, and of
order, which give nu air of qulot nnd
which secures content. Your wants
nro all anticipated; tiio firo is burning
brightly ; tho clean hearth flashes un
der tho joyous blazo ; tho old elbow
chair is in its place. Your very un
worthiness ot nil this, haunts you like
an ncciising spirit, and yot penetrates
your heart with a now dovotion, to
ward tho loved ono who is thus watch
ful of your comfort !
Sho is gontlo ; keeping your lore
as sho has won it, by a thousand name
less modest virtues, whiuh radlato from
her wholo Ufo and action. Sho steals
upon your affections liko a summer
wind breaking softly over sleeping val
leys. Sho gnind a mastery over your
titcruor nature, by very contrast; and
wius you unwittingly to her lightest
wish. And yet her wishes nro guided
by that dolicito tact which avoids con
flict witli your manly pride; sho sub
dues, by seeming to yield. By a sin
gle solt word ot appeal, she robs your
vexation of its anger; and with a
slight touoh of that fair baud, and one
plcuding look of that earnest eye, she
disowns your sternest pride.
Sho is kind : shedding her kindness
as Heaven sheds dow. Who indeed
could doubt it? least of all, you, who
aro living on her kindnoss day by day,
as flowers live on light? There la
norio of that officious parado, which
blunts tho point ot benovolonoe ; but
it tempera ovory action with a bless
ing. If troublo has como npon you,
sho knows that her volco beguiling
you into cheerfulness, will lay
vour tears: and as sho draws her chair
besido you, sho knows that tho tender
and confiding way, with which jho
takes your hand looks up into your
oaruost face, will drivo a way from
your aunoyanco all its weight. As
sho lingors, leading off your thought
with, pleasant words, sho knows woll
that she is redeeming you from care,
and soothing you to that sweet calm,
which such liome aud such wife can
She is good : hor hopes live whero
the angels live. Her kindness and
gentleness are sweetly tempered with
tho meekness and forbearance, which
nto born of Faith. Trust' comes into
her heart as rivers como into the sea.
And in tho dark hours ot doubt and
foreboding, you rest iondly upon her
buoyant faith, as the treasure of your
common life; and iu your holler mus
ings, you look to that frail hand, and '
that gentle spirit, to lead you away
from the vanities of worldly ambition,
to the fullnessB of that joy, which tho
Somo weeks ago, during a severe
thunder storm, a lady friend was tell
ing tho children not toj bo afraid ;
that God held thunder in his band,
and would not lot it hurt them unless
' Ho thought it for tho befit. She had
hardly oouoludcd whon a very loud
clap was heard. "There, now 1" says
a Jour-year older, "God has let go of it,
and has gono home out of the raiu 1"
Somo wretoh of an editor says that
another twist to tho present mode ol
"doing up" tho ladies hair would tak
thom ofl their feet.