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Cartes do Vislto
DON IX THE FIXEST STILE OF ART.
OR EXLMOED TO LIFE SIZE.
DR.A. B. 0 VEitBECK,
Physician & Surgeon,
Office at III' reUlc neo, In the Old Orcrbcck
Iloipllnl, on Oregon Sttcct.
DR. E. H. GREENMAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON,
DFFICE-Corncr of California and Fifth
StrecU, Jacksonville, Ogn.
He will praetlce In Jnckron and adjacent
eountln, and attend promptly to prefcl'ina!
DR, A. B. OVERBECK'S
Xa the Ovorbock Hospital,
"WARM, COLD itSIIOWKi: 1JATHS,
SUNDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS.
i uituni:, m. i).,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
OFFICE removed to California Street,
Jaekionvllle. inc. 21H. lbCT. dcc-.'1-lf
nit. l.i:wis c.anu.vg,
PHYSICIAN it SPKGKON AND
WILL attend In any ttlm mny iroulre his
rrrlcM. Offlee nl II, K. I'litti'llV iifflee.
on Ilia Kat aide 3d Street, Jnck.nnv lllc. iiovitf
a, r. bOWKI.!., ' II. WATSON.
DOWELL & WATSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAV,
D. L. WAfsOpJT
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Empire City, Coon County. Oca.
Warren Lodge No, 10, A. F. & A. K
A HOLD their regular riiiniiitiulcuttrui.
'JfV'nii the WedueMlav l.'venlngs or prece.1
V Inj ttir full iniiun'. In ju'K'Iowii.i.k. mi
oon. A. MAIiriN, W. .M
C. V. SAViiiK.Si-c'y.
S. M. FARREN.
Tli.uiltllrloiin Ifluuili imttr lira fiillit-ljr
? (rUbIVMimtlVJ llUlUWtkWItt.UU 1TI) Mllll
A i.ttnttrt Ijtit . avil a moat )
frt4UM oiinv, t.u nuifcvi i uiu wiui
lwIunnuiriiiiHiiuiUi but'i 111 Hail." viuile I
rdhflb", ronliulrLI)ritj)il.il lull eauri'dt)
ill .RM'tlou cflLu Mouiw li, i.l.lm .Mi r ai.i. J
llcwcl.. S'f li Iiy.ali, lctr, !wr luo,.
Lota of A.ittl. e'r. tic l'urprri'.tiir (
. I'rVrllll'UV Lni.Ui.niI.Viiu I
I A(,lHim. I'. ! u"iiiioi..- i.i.f.t r
" rnr .ninia A; JtiVfou. faul ri (li.f
BOUND TO DO IT!
VSi BOUND TO WORK
AC'COUDINC TO THE TIMES.
k reduced price for cash. Ten oer cenl
iiucoual will bu made on all kiudi of woik
"ibere ca.h I paid.
March 20tb. 186S. mch'Mlf
epibruuul ant UbltU COAL aud l'I0 inOK
1 Itart aal Atoat, fur ula br
J. It. DOYI.K,
ill and 415 luclfie 81, Ban KrancUco.
r!tPENDENT IN P0LITIC8-THE AMBU
IOAN WIT. 60 oenU a year. Addrowi the
AWERlOjtN WIT" CO., 69 Cedar itreel, N.
Y. P.O. BoxtfC3.
PCL PRY PAPBOH IN TUE AMERICAN
.51I;5?,5?nl y,Jr- Addrew -AMBU
OB VM 80cdr "'rCVt' N' V" P'
"-. , ',:.". jzr. " -?rm ' -. . .i-,. ..- ... ..,,...... , ir-' it -!"!!' rrrr?ii??'l"';Jr"i"rr'ir""'M" "" , ;
I II-tVEpiircliaitl the patent right of Jack
fon ninl .In.rnhlnc cennllo. for the celebra
ted Pllil GANG .PLOW, Hiid Btn now
prep-tred to llll urdiT. aud will guarantee tlinl
this plow will do I" ito . work with li power,
nn J ulvu tnoic nitUrctloti than ntijr jet offered
Id Jhi tanners f southern Oregon. Plow
warranted iu iter n-rtiocl, and nil kind or
Iilackinilh1ug done at ten per cent, discount
furcati. octl0m3 P. DONP.GAN.
i iuvi: iii:cEivi:i from the u. s.
I Treasury dn'l Tor the liountjr of the follow
Irjf nmiMil gentlemen :
Ueorie W. Ahley, Clisrlc S. flaird. 0. 0.
F illy, ninth IJ. Oliuppell, ('arret! Crocket,
I iims M. Ilox'o, Win. A. A. Hamilton, Jo
ii pli Moran, Ihtvul A, Tiivlor and James
TlirK gentlemen will plcu'C cull nud get
n. F. DOWELL..
Jhcknitirllle. Sept. 1H.18C8.
Wan tod for
VN. and rOit tin- flrft da,
V the iiiiilrrtlBiiiM liaro
tcnnlnrd to nil
for cadi rxcluhfly rstcipt ttpnn fpcclnl con
tract. Tli'i'u Indi'litid to the llrm mnt pn.
Ihuly pnr up, at .ill account, will tw clnwd Oc
toWr Ut. ULHSN IIRUM A CO.
bOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.
XOTK'i:. HbvIiir dlpovd or our Fac
lory. .u uiu now prrp.uiil to cUu our whole
attoiitiuii to oil' l.tMtlu-r mid rindiiiit Ihi.Iiii-.,
On Imml, dlrrct from Knuice, Culf ,V Kip,
Uomcfllc Li-atui-r, llout I.t'K. .'lc,
John O. lli:tv. I L. Kavmi;, I Junv Ittur,
Ki'tr York, j l'url.. j gun I'rancUcu.
AddiiM, UCIN' .V llll AY, Sm Tranchco.
4I. Ilillfry Htni;t
IM1K tinl.r.lii'-il nudittir It uccciirr for
thi'iu toi'idltct all oiitlcndliiK mli- and
cuiiiilnln ih'Mii III orderto imct ItVIr own
uliillllt'', tuSii! lhl ni'lhod or liotlfylns all
riioiiit luli'liii'd In tin in tocoiiii.forard Im
.iiliiitcir nu'l pr up. or Ihi-lr luitrx and ac
(iniit wilt Ut put lu Urn liuiid of an oilier for
oll.-iMl.ui. AUTT-JN i. STKAKNjf
Dissolution of Partnership
'pilllinrliifrflilp li'T'tufort'CxMliii hi'lttri'li
I J. 0. Adiin and Win. II. Will, fialle
ly'ink Ori'iriin, I. tli1 day ill" '.! Iiy tnitiul
niin.'ii. All ilm nennt U1 b M-ltlcd uud
the bu-lm.n cuntliiiitd ly J. i. A'Miin.
J O ADAMS.
WW. II. 'VI IT.
St-pl. 'Jl.i. 18Cft. . i.cili3
riotioo to Dolinquants.
Xri.'-'Ti'lir Blttnt'itlC'' iii a'd who are In
it d IiIhI ,1,1 ,11-ci'i l now In our hand' fur
enlli-ellnn, that Uiu ,.til'i nui-t l 'll.il IlilUK'
diiilidj . or limy will Im nl upon and collect
isl Iiy jh. Alti Ilm.,' Inde'itiil tulliH Sknti
M.I. w.ll .I i u It to -Ml.-ill" r c'uiut with
It n nr Im v.. jiriiw.i t.rul of il'liiti'njr, dut dill
InU'iid lo h.it c f ur tl ! '
Dissolution of Partnorship.
I 'UK .'rimr-Mi hi rt'infiiri t'l tlnslM-tuwu
It'll, mid Win 0, (ir.fiim n I dl"oli'i-.l
t I' dar. Tli-accniiiitMif Dr. (irei'iiman liavr
li rildlpMd oftii W. C. Or.'t'iiiiiaii, uud au
I iBi'JUli' .'.'llli uicut i iMiir.'l
K II. finCBN'MAN.
Auk Ctli, IMH.
III..YK lor mln iir-tr .-I'lilainl. a lew pair of
pritCiK'k' III plomlM cniidltloti. TIumj Im-u-tiTiil
liir.l" ii r .. ibv only nne In Oregon, nnd to
p. r. in upplliii; oon, 1-nruuli.H uri- otrirrd.
'liny will U; lOldtlllivr In palm or In Irlntltt
noiHwl W. 0. MYKU.
rllKinidi'rrleueilliaiirorfale nt hi ntne'i
on Wagner Creek. auullly ol plmdld
id wheat ol the white trlely. It bit bivn
I ,'urd wrilli epi'c1al care, aud raUfd mi ntw
tiuiid un piirpon 1'iirrei'd, W, 1J1XSON,
" Wagner Cn ek N v Utb 18ii8. llnuwl
... jD i-Qn 1
rv-linaHIOIIi:ST CASH I'llICI
I llid- of nil klmU. iKIIttred at the muiket
ol the underMKiicd.Iii Jackiouillle.
Dceml-r fith I8RB. , 'f
To the Reading Public.
WC bare fitted up a voinfortabUi lleadlne
Ilooiu and Cliculallug Library, which
will gltuertryoiie tliotMinitiiivud a chance.
For pirtlculaia ennnlre at the City lru! Store
decSif bUri'D.Y & STl'.AKSft.
Tl.f public ore bi-reby nollfled that my trlf.
Martha Kilu'oru, httlnt; lilt jy bed and boaid
without Jut chiimj or pintocalirn, I will pay i.u
ii bt i bcr cniitiactlon. .-Ill pt-r.oii are
nut lied not to trust ber 011 my ucciunt.
. Jaicksouvllle, December l'Jlli, IbU.
The uii(lerli;iie(l lakes lhln method of In
fnrinliiL; all those liult bltdl 0 ll.ein by book c
count ur itlierwife, to come forward imiuedi.
utrly uud ti-tlle their urciiiiilu, uud uUo those
who have demands uiniinM u.
HOPKINS & CO.
NOTIOK U hereby given to perioua ludebttd
to us to come loiwitrd by the ltl ot Jauu
ury, IKtii), uud eettlti their accounta. We murl
liavi. inonev. HAWS IJUOS,
RIP ItnAKING UIDirULU.-TIlE AMER
ICAN WIT. 60. eeuU a year, ddrm
"AMKUIOAN WIT" CO., 09 Oudr itrt4, N.
y P. o. ir-i e.
' . ' ..-"l.. . -
JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 18G8,
tub orgi;oi si:mim;i,.
Every Snturdnv Mnrntns r
B. F. DOWELL,
office, conxEii c if Tiuiwsrafwrs.
TKHM1 Ol." HLSC1IPT10
For one rear, In advance, four dollari If
not paid within tin- llrt fix month" or lh year,
fire dollar j lr not paid until the expiration
of the J car, fix dollar. Kfa
Tr.UMS UP ADVliHTHIXO T
One miiarc (10 line or le), I1r.t Inocrll. n.
three dollar ; each anlttiu-nl Inn'rttoii. one
dollar. A discount nl filly prr cent, wilt x
made In thuja ho adrcrtlu liv Iheyenr.
rI.CRal Tender rwclreil nt current rale.
Apachelor's Ode to Brigham Young.
1 would I were a Mormon.
Willi four-and-lwenly wire,
With twlco n huiidri'd children,
.lnd talce ten human llrci ;
I'd rnle me up a kingdom.
All of my kith nnd kin.
.In I make a little psradLn
For all tti.tt dwelt within.
.In I U It well. O, rirlnham Younff.
Tbal you hare over forty wlrci,
And 1 hate never one:
.4nJ It It Midi your children conul
AUiut fitv tc.'ir and three,
.lnd not a Iiik1 child can tractf
III vlitao. down from me!
Ynil'te lull an ordinary man.
Your mi'ill are but nnalt,
And what a fi actional poor purl
To each your children fall ;
While I prich.tuee on two or three,
My K'Milui could lieitmv,
And lulslil thu prove a pirrut lo
A Siwton or a l'oe.
Vj fcxiiiK liuttoiK iiii for you,
Nn rent aio wanltni; llicb-i.
Toil hare a pm"u lor rvcittbloK,
Out for tacb p.lr of brevcliM :
Ad Ihen, whrn trrary dtr li o'er.
Itwli cvrnlni; of jour life
Yvu bate it Imu-e to rl.ll. and
A new and Illumining wife.
My lore li ImundltM aia i:a ;
.lici-ittlu in indiire
Knnuiih fur fouryojiii; lotrliij wire,
I'm lirlliiK very mire;
Tin ii. wkat it .lianw, O. Ilrlghain Youuu'
Y.u'te nuv for every Uy,
H'lill- I lu .Initio, Had entate,
ilut ni'Miru my III u awny.
From tht-l'.icir II ralJ, Dec.
Sninll-io. If tlic 11 Milt ol a njiit.ni,
tnorbiil pui.'uti u'ork'tii in Uiu hvaiuni,
wliiuli i rojiroilncoil tlttring tliu counx.'
ut the ili-i'ii.H'. It ii :t',c'u'.iii,iiiioil liy
tTittiiii iymittiiii, uiu it ii'i'ttli:ir crii'i-
tiotl II'IUII 1 1 If rUitl. Wlllll tllil hJiCl'i-
liu 'xiiion ii aliforliiiil itii.l intcuts the
l.looil, 11 icriod ot LitfiK-y ot:cui tvliit.li
i U'liticil tlio hl.tu or pofiinl ot inuit.
Ij.uion. This p.-iiml of !ufit!i.iiii)ii laMk
troii) tun lo Mxtten il.tyt (niially tliif-
ti'i'ii or fourti't'ii.) Then tlio tliscnsy
'projior I'oiiiinuiiU's ly it lever whiult
lats up to tlio :iif:tr.iiico of tlio iTtip
tion, and N lutlK-.l iliohi'ooti.lury htnv.
Tlie ordinary iltir.ttion ol tliia fovur ix
(our days; it mny Lo biiililcn in its at
tack, or Im iioci'ili'il Iiy iv t;ii'at ti-n-duiicy
to voiniliiij;, drotvuinchs, mid
oiiah.ioii of tlio lirstin, and n'voru
iniinL'tilar i.tins, it'noinliliti Itlicmna
tNin, I'spufially in tlio small of thu back.
Also in many cate tlioie U hovetciioio
tlnoat. After four day of this finer,
tliu third atugo or ioriod of eruplion
coiiiiiiunct'H, vvhoii tlio lover, uud tin
other sovi'ro vyinito.us accompinyinj,'
it UDunlly ceases for tho time being.
Thu eruption first appears in Miiall,
bright led piuiples on tho luco, nook
nnd upper extretnitiei', then on tlio
body, uud lastly on tho lower extrwui
tie. Thcao pimples on the second or
third day ot tho eruption, change into
vesicles or little blister, which contain
a clear whey-colored fluid; these vehi
cles continue three or four days and
then lipcti into pnetiilca which contain
yellow matter Tito number of there
pustules varies according to the sever
of tho case, from a dozen or two to
some hundreds or thousands. There
is great swelling of tho whole face,
head, and neck, tho eyelids often clos
ing entirely, aud blinding tho patient
Alter about two days inoro or about
the eighth day of tho eruption, which
diies into scabs or ousts. During tho
pustules lupture and matter exudes;
after the exudation of matter tliQ pus
tule shrivels nnd dries up. Tho crust
is detached between tlio eleventh and
fourteenth days leaving theskiii be
neath ol a dark icddish brown hue,
which Jasts for many days or weeks.
Ou the iueu tho pustulo often peno
etrates or burrows under tho ekiu.
which unon the cessation of the ulcer,
ation leaves a pcrmaucnt soar or "pit."
e m imvm
At about tlio eighth day n secondary
fever occurs which lasts dining tlio
period ol supttr.itioii, or maturating nnd
then ceases. With tho falling of tho
crust, about the fourteenth day, tho
Tho cause ot tho disease is obrnmic,
though there is many reasons to, be
lieve that it llrst originated in some of
the lower animals and from thorn ex
tended to tlio human species. It is
communicated from one person to tho
other through immediate contact with
the body, by breathing the iuleetcd at
mothcri1, or in any way coming un
der the influence of tho germs ot the
poison which exists in thu exhalations
from the secretions of the body of the
patient. The poison is carried into the
clothing of the patient, aud tho bed'
ding, in the scab which fall from the
body, itc. These poisonous ucniiH may
exist for years even utilmpaiicd, Tho
disease is probably generated in the
siifleiing patient during till stages, mid
is itioti dangerous when most notieible
to the reditu ol smell. It extends for
quite 11 distance around the patient,
and it is, therefore, unsafe to even en
ter the same house, or come in contact
with him in tlio street.
It should be borne in mind that this
dread disease ii one which cannot lie
cut short when estubliidicd. but tiiuut
run its course. 3Iuch may, however, I'" Vl,V!l,,i u I'uitliiiitl. Oregon, will
bo done to mitigate the sufliingsoltho1,e ,l,t' "ly" H'urlant to thu pcoplo of
patient and tender less dangerous nud j ' ac'uc -0i,!,t'
unsightly thu consequences resulting 1 "IllK CA,'"or-
from tho ravages ol the poi.on. I T,,u Sul,ull, Cliamocr and Houso ot
i ti. t,.....i. ...,.., f ii, ,1:.,. ...... . 1 1.eiire.eiitntivcH huvo beau leuovated
(arm possible, a fieo eruption should
I ' ...I V- I If.... 1,1
bo prevented. No heating drinks
should bo given to force out the crup -
tion. The diet -.houlil bo light, con-,
sisting ot gruels, niiu fruits, itc, Thu
room In which the patient lies should
bu cool and well ventilated, thu bed
clothing light ami kept scrupulously j
clean. Thu ptevention ol small-pox is wide uud diversified union. Tho new
partial v to liu secured by thu ttso ol i.,.,..,... .1..,. . . . .1 t . .
powiilul disinlectnts. Tho only reli-i1 ,0", """' CVl Ul l ,0 AT l0""
nblo inciiiH, how over, for its prevention ''O't '"opee, .Mas., havo just been
is to bo tumid 111 vucoinaiioii. This ' placed in position nt tho east entrance
cannot bu loo lombly lirought to thu .of thu Seuaiu wing. These doors were
attenlion ol tho public ;m to that ,0ddled by Crawford in Italy, the
alone can we look lor safety rom a L s. i..t 1 .,.
most terrible scourge. I fomi..isIo., I a ving been given to him
I'or Msty eight years has vaccination '" l lcl'(' b ndi"Itratioii, at tho same
bun in constant tuo for thu prevention Hmo Koger w.is employed to model
ol smallpox. Or. Jeuner inadu thu tho bronze doors in tho Houso wing,
discovery that a certain eiuptive tlU- n,B, wcrocaU at .Muuioh, Uavarln,
eau iillecting thu teat and uddeiii of' , ., ,,,,,
i-.iv was mu'ii coinu.unic.ted to tho ' hUt',al 'l,u" D8- n-wr.1 died be
milkers ol the cows, and when thus J his model was quite finished, nud it
attacked with what he called "Cow-1 was completed by a Geruiauai list, and
pox," they escaped tho inlectioii of ,t,u h0lll l0 .M.iKH.,i,l,UMclu , wlismlln
stmt I-pox, and tint) occurred thu idea', 1 , ., , , .,
oliuttoducing it purpoaely, into tho' urkl R" 1,ilV0 ""'. on tho
human system by what isuall tVacciua.,,00l'b ,,,ur i'1'''"' llu7 w'k' J.000
lion." i'hu proiectivo iulltiuiieuot vac- pounds, and are generally conceded to
dilution has been abundantly piovod.hu liner specimens of workmanship
by tho rcstills attending its general H,.,,, lue Uguu ol CJvimui mauufuc
Iirauiiee, 1 nu 111u.11 siriugviu latts uavu
ccii unacted tit vatiutis times by thu
Ktinijieun (Joyerineiil compelling gen
eral vaccination, The.su liavu been
protluct.vu ot tlio greatest gooU.
irodtictivu ot thu greatest good. In
Iholiall-ceuiury Iroui T 1 750 to 1800 the. u I ;!' ,um '",,,"")" wMl Itll
vvetu 00 di'ullii.lromHiii.ill-oxiiiidutjt,,vc'',,u'i touching thu leltlfinont
ol u very 1,000 deaths in tho halt ceil' of tho Alabama claims, nud lanh, in
tury fioiu IHOO to IU50 theruvveru only turn, has beun coutnidieted. Jtisnow
35 deaths from suitdl-pox. allirmed on what leeniH to bo good nu
Also in (jermany, statistici prove!.. ,. ., . .1.1
that out ot ovury 1,000 deaths before' tl''ly.t''toiirgovon.mouthu,bceiiof.
vaccination wm t00 weiu deaths, flclally notilled that a jiroloual has bun
Iroui siuall-pox but that out of every signed providing for u mixed couimis-
1,000 ileaths after Vaccination ICUS li,n. comnosed nl nn nmml ,.M.lw.r .A
iwicu, uiut-ni, ...i... .....-,,. ttuio
1 ii....i..:.i.o r. 11
only 7. lints It is pioveil that where . , , , . "
vaccination is most perfectly carried I'0'"0'1 h "l!,r -"I--tivo govern
out small-pox is least 11101 tal. Another I ments, to settle the poiuti of issuu bo
iiupurtaiil fact in Ibis connection is thiit.tweeii thu two countries, thu uoinmis
thu ejiManlo injl'teuce of the siuall-iiox i t ,lt in Washington. Tho do
has gieatly i7tiiie siucu thu ailop-',,,,. , P,,, ., ,,. ,. ., ,
tio.iot vaccination. P.evious lo tile uiU oftl " vo not yet
introduction of vaccination, records j,,, been made public, but if it bo truu
huiojiubhow Hint the ratio ol small-pox
epidemics were about 75 in every 100
yea is, ,5inco vncciuatioti lias oeen
piucticed theru is a ratio of but 21 epi
demics in thu 100 years. Another taut
is shown, that in the cases ofBiuull-iiox
occuiing in persons after vaccliiutiont
it is most invariably ot a much mihler
natme, and very runty fatal, ilauy
other points ot intcio', luthii connec
tion might bu mentioned, but enough
has been said to show the great impor
tance ami value ol thlsproteullvu means
against a moai, viruieiu couiaiuus ins
ease. Owing to the tact th.t small-pox is
so near to our doois, aud that it may
at any time make its appearance in our
midst I will vaccinate, free of uliurgo,
those who need, and will, come to me
t my oflice, or ut thu Drug btore. 8,
Y, Ciiaij.v, M. D.
Tho Now York livening JOtpreas
thinks that traveling by velocipeds, uow
coming iuto voguo iu Now lork city
and elsovvhero in thu East, will reduce
thu receipts of horse railway companies
-i ,.-A W ,
Letter From Washington.
rnot oun spkcial connKspoNunxr.
Nov. 30th, 1B08. J
THIC COMING BK.SION or CO.NUUCSB.
Many members ol Congress have nl
teady urtived in the city, and, by tlio
eioso of this week, Wnsltiugtoii will bo
crowded with people. Among tho new
bills to bo introduced nt an early day
in tlio session, it H believed that tho
following will bo soma of tho most im
poitunt, usido llrm tho modification ot
tho roviuuo laws; Senator yherman's
bill tor funding tho national debt,
which passed last session, and was
pocketed by thu President ; a bill by
Gen llutler for tho correct registration
of votes in cities thirty days before, a
regular election, aud for posting tho
It-it with all tho names in full, in pub
lie nt least fifteen days bcfoio tho eleo,
tion; a bill for a poital telegtnph sys
tern ; a bill tor increasing thu salary of
tho Piesideut; n bill providing for
building a new Executive Mansion; a
bill to repeal thu teuuto ol ollicu law;
and an amendment to tho Constitution
of tho United Stnles, by Kelley, of Pa.,
providing for tiniloim stiflrago in all
the States. Among the Uailroad bills,
Mr. .Mallory'a bill tor a branch ot the
Piieillo Railroad from tho main trunk
a,ld carituil, and many of tho corri-
.1... !.. .1 1...II .1 ....... 1
dors in the vupitolhuvo been repainted
' Moat ol the committee looms hovo been
lcrurnialic-.l uud placed in order, and
., , . , . ,
vryililns is now ready for the recep-
l0" l'",h0 wholiave been chosen to
make latrs to govern the peojilo of thi
TDK ALA1U1U CLAIMS.
Jfany rumors havo been in ciroula
tion in legard to tho uegoliailons of
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AmeiVaiis and Unffllalnn..... 1,. l.n .
that 1110 protocol agieeil upon between
.Mr, Johnson and Loid Stanlv l'Ivcs
England an opportunity to compel tho
settlement of all counter claims slio
chooses to prefer as growing out of the
war, it will not meet tho approbation
of tho American people. Thuy will
never consent to accord to a neutral
such a mode of settlement for pretend
ed damages to their citizens living in
this country, caused by tho war, when
our own citizens in tho South, bo they
over so loyal, nro debarred from prose
cuting liko claims against tho govern
ment. ANNUAL KKr-ORTS.
Tho annual loports, of Secretaries
Welles, Schofleld, and Drowning, and
Postmaster-General Itandall, havo been
finished and aro being priutod, at tho
government printing oflice, to bo laid
boforo Congress. Seoretary McCullooh
is finishing his report, and will have
the figures arranged in a day or two.
The reports of the various hHt f
Bnraatji wiro completed urn sky
go, and copofet ekf ra& froaa aaij 01
theta have appeared in tat Miraatpera,
before tkoy were preeeitedULheftee-'
dcut or Cougress, t7 the iiagvto ui.j
mortification of some ol the neatbere of
tho Cabinet. Thete reports eeatalx
many interesting facta and wgge,tisnf,
but in this brief letter It iatiotpeeeible
to giro a synopsis of even their Most
important points. Gen, Grata ft Npore
nccomjmnying the reports of Divieioa
and District commanders, was frst
made pnblio this morning, lie reaeirs
his rucomtneitdation of last jear that
the Indians should bo placed under the
control of the War Department, tap
Mead of the Interior Department. The
General saya tho necessity of sudh a
ohungo is becoming more and taetvap
parent every year.
NBW rOSTAL ARKAOBMlim WTT
Tho new postal conventim htttreea
tho Post Ollieo Department et theUaU
ted States anil Qrcat .Iiritain, was lap
proved by the Postmaster General and
signed by the President last week.
This convention will supersede the one
ovv in force, and go iuto effect a the
first of January next, Great Dritaia
uholishes tho double rate poetage, and
will only charge single postage, and
the United Stales reduces the ratee or
newspaper, small pamphlets aod peri'
odicals. All postage is to be equally
divided between tho two govcrBSaeuta,-
OUN. CHANT'S AtlVtSKItS.
Gen Grant continues to reoelro n
morons letters, mostly from that elaee
of pcoplo who labor under the Demo
cratic hallueiuation that he is a Mcoa
scivative," advising him how to fern
his Cabinet, aud 'conciliate1' tour
"Southern bretlieru." Ilobt. E. Lee
and Horatio Seymour nro tw of tho
"conservatives" uatned by these nod
est correspondents lor positions in the
Cabinet I A few weeks ago Grant Was
a butcher, a sot, a tool lu the eyes ol
these hypocrites; uow he isa"coaeerr
atlvu statesman." "itanocraey never
Senator Corbott and wife mat to
New York last week on a brief visit
ptevious to the meeting of Congress.-
They havo been iu Washington aiace
September. Mr. and Mrs. Sfallorr
were at the Metropolitan hotel, New
Yoik, last Friday, and are probably ia
lioston now; but thoy aro expected to
bu here before tho close of the present
week. Senator Williams and wile hare
uot returned yet from Oregon, but
they wil doubtless reach Washington
before tho opening of Congress. K.
TitiuTiiBNT op Lock Jaw. The
IfumboUlt Medical Archtvet mentions
several cases of tetanus (vulgarly called
lockjaw) which had been successfully
treated by n looal npplloation ol chlo
roform to tho entire spinal column by
means ot cloth saturated with it, and
evaporation prevented by covering the
cloth with oiled silk. Tho application
was miiuo just ut thu approach ot a
paroxysm. As a result of tho ap
plication, tho paroxysm was aver
ted, and tho patient fell Into a
calm and natural sleep. On loelijig a
leturiilng paroxysm tho same applica
tion was made, aud thu paroxysm ageia
averted. For forty-eight hours tho
occasionally threatening tetanic, symp
toms immediately yielded to the appli
cation of chloroform, and the sub.
sequent convalescence was very rapid'
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A Goon Nkjiit Kiss. Always send
your child to bed happy. Whatever
rares may trouble your mind, give the
dear child a warm good ulght kiss as it
goes to its pillow, Tho memory ot
this, iu tho stormy ycara whioh may
bo in store for thu little one, will be
tho Dethlehcm's star to the bewildered
shepherds ; nud swelling up tho heart
will rise tho thought ; "My father aad
mother loved me I " Lips parched with
lever will becomo dowy at this thrill of
memories. Kiss your littlu child before
it goes to sleep.
Thu "Sat atoga bend" has been nearly
laughed out of respectable society.
Tlib architects would not allow thav'"
epithet "Grecian" to be gives it,
because, they say uvcry true Greek
stylo puts al( tho ornamerat ia a. "froa
stoop," while this concentrated it ail i
a "back stoop,"
West Point has cost only tt,M
in tho sixty-six years of its ecietMoa
as n military school, and this iaetaiea
tho entire expense of crounds. iastrve
munts, apparatus and pay of professors
"You've destroyed lay peace ol wiad,
Betsoy," said desponding lover to
truant lass. "It can't do muoh luroiy
Ed, for 'twas an amazing iruall plcoe
you had, any way."