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THE OREGON SENTINEL,
SATURDAY, Arpi'ST IU,UH01,
" A Lottor from tlio Northorn Minos.
A letter received n few days ngo by Mr. S.
It. Taylor, dated at Oro Pino City, July 21st,
written by Mnrk Wntklns, formerly n success
ful miner on Jackson Creek, from which we
rc permitted to copy tlio following Items:
1 bought Into a claim on tlio ttli of July,
ami I with 1 wi" out of 'l OBa'"' l"1'1'
M23 for n fourth of four claims : 370 down
nd the balance when It comes out. Four of
m washed bit week nud took out nbout 830 ;
I believe wo done ns well ns nny of tlio claims
In oar vicinity. They all say they aro making
from S to ? per day, so do wc ; but you sco
all want to sell. I have soma notion of
Wing n,y claim. Wwl Ihlnks these nro the
best diggings thai he was ever In, if they had
". wll. 1 don't think bo. 1 think if Jack
ten miners had the ualtr, they would pay
thtt dollars to these on. I would ndvlsc nil
xaj friends to stay where they arc until next
Spring, as this is tt hard old place to winter.
Snow falls eight fcct,nndnsn matter of course
miners can do nothing. I shall gat out of this
wilderness thts full If not sooner. There are
some good diggings on lthodcs' creek, sny
from 85 to 825 per day ; there are some good
rbims on Canal Gulch, nud some on OroFino
Creek, eight or nine miles below Pierce City.
Oro Pino Hat that their was so much talk
about, is not worth n In my opinion.
C'UIms arc all workcJ to a disadvantage : you
hire to throw Into slulcvs from eight to twelve
ktl h'li and tall olT on your own clatin ; ovcry
iking has to bo handled twice. The way most
ef the cl.ilms arc worked : two men throw Into
the sluices, one forks the rock out, another
(brows out the gravel. These arc the (latest
crcrk ''-H I evir saw for mountain streams,
lib almost lmOs.lblc to get fall for your
sluices. Up Oro Pino Creek where 1 am nt
nork, It Is five uml six feet dicp, and is n good
ileal such u wash its the righMiaml fork of
Jackson Cr.l, only there Is more quartz, In
bet It Is most all quartz, the bedrock is quartz
SiiKRirtMi.TV. Sheriff Duncan has resigned
Mi office, after an efficient service of over three
years, ills liciiltli and private dullness would
not nlmlt of longer service. W. II. 8. Hyde
lis been nppoiutid to the position. Ills long
service at Deputy Sheriff has made him fa
miliar with the duties of the office, nud his np
olntmtnt will no doubt receive the approba
tion It deserves.
First or tiik Skasox. Our friend John X.
Durham, of Willow Spring, is npiln on hand
willi something interesting decidedly more In
teresting, to ui, than tall grasres two delicious
walcrnulons, the merits of which were ills
encd with blcsilngt on the doner. A beau
tiful bunch of Ihmcrs, tlnl with ribbons of
national colors, accompanied the melons.
Homk Ahux. Copt. Thus. Smith reached
bis homo nt Ashland, in this county, n few
lay since, by the Overland Stage, making U't
trip from tlio Stoles in seventeen days. The
Captain lus the honor of being the first through
jutKiigtrby this route.
Hookh. We l.nvo received from Ilaiicrofl
i- Co., San Fraucifco, n book valuable to the
apiarian, entitled the "Dee-keeper's Directory,''
by J. S. Iliirbiiijon; ul.o " Ivllibc'n Military
Taclles," nud a history ofSonora, by Wm. P.
H.uivmt. The harvest In this section of
country is abundant, and without doubt, more
grain Is being gathered this scuron, than ever
before. This stnlo of things will bo favorable
to the incoming immigration.
Qimiitz Louk. Wc have bei-u shown some
very fair specimens of gold bearing quartz,
from a lode recently opened by Messrs. Juwclt
and (I reen, two miles south east of Perkins'
old ferry on Itoguo Diver.
" Hat " OrncK. Tho Typographical Union
of Sacramento has publUlud tlio iVrtrs estab
lishment, of that city, as a " rut " oflli-e. The
appearance of tic paper tends to prove the
Acciukmt. Wc were told by a gentleman
from Kit byvlllc that, on Monday last, Mr. S.
T.Fcnn was thrown from a Cuyum horse, and
so badly injured that no hopes urc entertained
of his recovery.
Rkti'iinkd. Tho many friends of .Mr. John
AndiTioii, of tho firm of Anderson & (Jlenn,
will be pleased to hear of his safe arrival ut
tiuu Francisco, on tho 2th lust., from his Eu
Accident. Mr. Mcrrimnn, of this Volley,
received quite a severe wound on Monday lust,
by falling on n pilch-fork, whilo engaged in
Additioxai. lUritiwisxTATio.v. California
is entitled to ono mora Representative In the
Thirty-Seventh Congress, under tlio apportion
ment of the late Census.
Uoxok to tiik Hiiavk. Tho Hermans of
rLi'yAiMjisco aro getting up a magnificent
Union Flag (o present to tho noble Colonel
(oow General) Higel.
CowtKCTiox. -In the article headed educa
tional, in last week's paper, instead of Cutler's
I'Mlotophy, it should have been Cutler's
Juiiok Pmm. This gentleman left town on
Tuesday last, on a visit to theuorth part of the
Cornell. An entire cargo of copper, from
the mines in Calaveras county, Cub, is soon
to bo shlpjicd to Kngland.
Pacific. 'Hits, steamer is ognln afloat, and
will salt for San Francisco In a few days.
Ruicidk. Levi J. Shellon, of Polk county,
committed sulcldo on tho night of July 27th.
FflKsii FBfiTB.f you want any, call on
Tiik First California (Juard artillery placed
t'leirguus in City Hull Md lust,, as they liau
lioaeeure armory. It Is propogt.il lu ruinu
lumD by privute subscription to Kiid the com
pany to tuo iiccue of war,
I Col. liVNDSii. The special correspondent or!
tlio Clnclnnntll Gmmtntal In speaking of thin I
gentleman nt thcb-atllcof Itlcli Mountain, soya : j
1 Ancr Oeneral Uoiencrnnz, Colonol P. w.
Lander was the most constrictions llunro on tlio
Held. lie was there without command yet lie
Is n man that must cnmmnnd wherever there Is
battle. The ntlnitmllott or tlio men for his
splendid bearing Jus 1 1 lies recurrence to the part
I ho acted. Ho saw tho disposition of the men to
lllttht single handed, and comprehending tl.o
necessity of concentration nnd warlike skill, ho
I lent Ills aid to form the troops by appeals, ml
monition and vehement Imprecation. After
ins nonw was Mint, lie leaned upon tlio lop or n
rock, presenting his broad martial form n con
spicuous mark for the rlllcmcn of the enemy j
but he paid no more attention to the hurtling
biilh'tn than It they had been rain. Many have
said they expected to nee him fall. Ho wore his
battle cnunlcnnnco that dny,and ho swept away
that snd llldalgollko solemnity that mantles
Ida features hnbitunlly. Hut ho displayed nono
of the trappings of the soldier, but stood up n
"natural general," In rough overcoat with
slouched hat, nnd breeches stulTcri Into his Imot
tops an excellent picture or Hnrrlo I.ovlc.
Colonel ltcntoii, In hi odlclul report of the
lMttle. rays, " Colonel Lander M the Itmltn wto
Tho fire of tlio enemv was verv wild. Their
artillery made n low uood shots, but most of
ineir cannon ami rillo lulls went over the
heads of our troops. At least ten thousand
rounds of ammunition were wasted by them.
The best evidence of their poor gunnery Is
furnished by the fact, that although two com
panies o( envn'ry were drnwn up ut one tlmo In
solid body, right nt tho edge of the timber,
neither n man nor n horse was wounded.
At Eugene City, August 1st, 18(11, by Itev.
J. II. I), Henderson. .Mr. lli.mu L. Aiti.kiiatk
nnd Miss SI. SIahmiai., mlopted daughter of
It. nnd C. L. Jcnnliigii.
"Tho world well Irlul tho sweetest thing In
Is tho unclouded welcome of a wife.
Tu cheer thy sickness, watch thy health,
Partake, hut never waste thy wealth,
Or stand ullh smile tinmunntfflng by,
And lighten half thy poverty."
S PEOIATj NOT I CES.
Agonoy Notice Mr. L. p. I'isiiku I our
only authorized Agent In Han I'rancbco to re
ceive ndvcrllccmcnts and IruiiKiot burlneas for
tho Oiikiiov Bkntixki. Onice, No. 171 l.JJ
Waihlugtou street, oppoilta Slaguire's Upcnt
Dr. Q, W. Brown'a Slitllcal lUtabllrhmcnt,
for the permanent cure of nil private mid chronic
dbense and tho suppreslnu of quackery. The
Doctor warm nil thoo wlio are nilTerliiR with
disease of n prhate nature to guard ngnlnst
Impudent iitncks. The Doctor wnntnno pcrton
but thine who can appreciate tint skill of a
scientific physician to Mlronlro him; that inch
In Doctor (J.W. Ilnmu, his practlco aliuudatitly
proves. If he dues not ill'ect a cure, ho asks no
I. 0. 0. F.
Jacksoxvu.m: I.oimii: N'n, 10, holds ltd regu
lar meotluK every tiAWHUAl' LTtiXLVO,
nt their Hall (Mc'C'ully's Theater building).
Ilrolhers In good standing oro cordially In
vltt.d to attend.
It. F. MAUUV. N. 0.
". Kt K'-"r"" I1: Soc'& 32tfiin
WiVREEN LODGE No. 10. A. F. & A. M.
HOLD their reiinl.ir coininuulcatloiis
Ihu Wi-dneHlny Lveniugs on or preceding
tlie lull moon, in
jackxiinvilm:, on v.
(J. W. UitKHIt, Y. M.
H. II loom. Sce'u.
FnOENIX LODGE No." 23,' aTf. &A.M.
Hold llieir routilnr communications the A
SATi'iiiur KvBMMisonor preceding tlicr
mil moon, In t'liwuix, urvgon- v
S. .M. WAIT, W. M.
S. ItxnMRii. Sce'y. jan2il:2
OltHdOX CIIAPTKU NO. 1,
IIOITAL AR03I IrlASOWS,
jack sox villi:, OIILOOX,
Will hold Its regular eoiiiuiuiilcatloiu on the
l'lnt Hntunlny i:vriiliiorZCcr)-3Iniilli.
All sojourning Companion: tu good stundlug
nro cordially luWUd tu attend.
W. W. FOWI.KH, II. P.
Jas.T. (D.kxn, See'y. tlecBil"
In the Cirtuit Court of the Stale of Oregon,
for the County of lhughu.
William It. Wilms,
HOIIKIVT SI. McICkk.
TO JtOlinitT HI. iUcKKli:
Sir : You ore hereby notified that unless
you nppenr in tho Circuit Court, of the Stnte
of Oregon, for the County of Douejas, on the
18tb day of November, A- D-. 1801. the first
day of tho next regular term of said Court, to
In holdeu nt Itoseburg, in said County and
Hlnte, nud answer tho complaint agaimt you.
on lilu in said Court, or tho samo will bctnktti
for eonfesivd, and the prayer thereof will bo
grunted by the Court.
MOSIIKU k OHADWIOK.
Attorneys for PlalntiH'.
Hoseburg, Douglus Coutily, Oregon,
Auguit. 8th 1801. 30:3m
QQ nfifi ,,1,s' F'Ol'U at $25 per m. nt
tho mill. For particulars, civ
liH II. P. DOWDLL, Agent.
Fifty Dollars Reward.
LOST, by tho rnliscrllier. within tho last two
weeks, a SMALL I.DATHCU POCKCT
IIOOK, containing two notes on Maury A Davis,
twyablo to Duncan A Messenger, togellier
ninouiilliig lo something moro than 8100 00
date not ricolKcled ; nbo a duo bill on Maury
A Davis, payable to Iho mbcrlbcr, for S80 00,
inado some tlmo In April or May int ; ono note
on Samuel Turnian.ln favorof Thomas Wright,
lor about thosumof $123 00 dato not knoiwi i
ouo note on Peter Dnzart for 3S0 00, payable
to Smith and assigned to Jlenjaniln Cor
nclliw dato not remembered 5 also County
Warrant No. 721, dated July 3d, 1801, nud pay
aide to Freeman Yundell, Tor tho sum of iSGo 30.
llefcldes these, (hero nro to mo small due-bills,
two County Trcaurer'n receipts, and, probably
tnn or threo small County Warrants.
Tho makers of thuabovo deicribed notes are
hereby cautioned ogaluit paying tho samo to
nny person uicept tho subscriber (or to Thomas
Wright or Ilrnjamlii Cornclliifl), utid tho publlo
generally will tako uotlco that tho payment ol
tlio nbovo named Warrant Is stopped, I will
clvo the above reward for tbo pocket-book nod
contents. L. J. 0. DUNCAN.
Jacksonville, August lit, 1801. 20:tf
NOTIOD Is hereby given that letters of ad
ministration hnvo been giuntcd to tho un
dersigned on tho estate of John II, Siiki.do.v do
tensed, by ths t'oiiuty Court of Jackson county,
bearing dale July 30th, 1801.
All lK'rrom having claims agalntt said estato
nro rrrpilml to pieseut llivm.wlth tlio nvcesMry
ouchers, within ono yeur frosn this dato j nnd
nit perwus ovvlug Kild estnto arc leipiirttl lo
make Immediate payment to me, at my resi
dence, at Ashland Mills, In said county.
' J M McCALL. Adm'r.
Athlaud Mlllf, July aist, I80l. 2U.lw
M. A. BRENTANO,
Is now receiving n regular weekly supply of
3F"jrosDbL 3F1,a7TLlJ.tS n
Applos, Fears and Poaches,
And nil others In itcnson. In addition to his large
and varied stock of
Candies and Nuls,
Which will bo sold on liberal terms, to suit the
times. Ho also oilers to tho publlo his well
known nssartmeut of tho
FINEST DltANDS OF
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Pipes, Forfumcry, Toys,
And many other
Jacksonville, August 3d, 1801. 29:tf
DR. G. W. BROWN'S
MEDICAL AND BUItGIOAL OFFICE,
California nt., opposite Sentinel Office,
TO tliOio who can npprcclato truth. Such
will not fall to call upon Dr. 0. W. Drown,
lie nlv) Invites tho tttlcutton of nil who are
suffering with diseases of the Dye to call at his
THE EYES ! THE EYES !
No Cure. No I'liy.
?r onico hours from H a. m. to i v. m.
June 1. 'ill. 20:tf
S hcrcliy iilven to nil persons Indebted to Drs.
. THOMPSON .tfilHIKlt, vll
liook account, to cntne fomard and luy up to
JOHN S. DUU.U (agent for Dr. L. k Thomp
son), or to tho undersigned, nt tlio Jacksunvlllu
Drnir Store. California street, Jncksouvlllo,
Friends, wo hnvo waited on you long nnd pa
tiently, but Now iKonrv im thml luive, nr wo will
In; compelled (thoituh reliicluntly) to iilaco your
nvitt uiiii account!! in uiu uatiui oi mo proper
ofllccrs for collecllou.
0. W. OKEKIt.
Juno 23th, 1801. 2l:tf
City Eestaurant !
RISI'r.CTFIJLLY Informs tho cltlr.cns or
Jacksonville that ho haa o)eiiul a
with prices reduced to suit the times, on the
Iloncly Oxxwla JSyjatoiaa..
Hoard tier week 8 7.00
Klnxlu Meals AO
Jacksonville, Juno 1st, 'fit. 20:3m
Oregon War Scrip.
III A VII made arrangements with n res ponilblo
Hanking Houo to attend to tlio collecllou of
War .Scrip In Washington City. Having occu
pied the petition of Chief Clerk In one of tho
Departments during the war, scrip-holders will
find mo prepared to glvo nil ntccsary Informa
tion relative to their claims.
I will iiIm) give my attention to polling and
arratiKliiK lioks and nccounts.
ptr Ulllco in the Kent met Imlldlntr.
BAMUEL E. JIAY.
Jacksonville, Juno 20, lbfil. 2-ltf
DR. G. W. BROWN
JOVIA) respectfully call tho attention of
tue puiillu lo him new mm extensive
- stock or-
All ol tho most popular Patent Medicines of
tin' day, n lino lot of Toilet Chemicals, Perfu
mery, Hair Dyes. Oik Soaps, etc,
Jacksonville, Juno 29, 1KG1. 2ttf.
RISKS taken upon Mills, Hotels, Stores,
Dwellings, etc.. on tho most favorable
terms. In Hartford, l'lncnW, Cirord, (loodhuc,
and other well known and reiponilldo compa-
j8:2l E. 0. SESSION8, Agent.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
Sewing Machines !
AVith all tho Lato ImproremenU.
A SMALL assortment of tho abovo machines
C .V. Jmt rwelvtil nnd for salo at San l'rau
elcco prices, adding Ireluht.
e. a Sessions, Agent.
Jacksonville, Juno 20, 1801. 21
ANY person having claim or claims against
the undersigned will present them to An
derson &. Glenn, and they will bo cu-bed nt sight.
llAZELTINE & DAILEV.
Jacksonville, August 'i, 1801.
rpiIK proprietors, wlihlng to close business,
j. oner lur euiu lueu
POETABLE STEAM MILL PKOPEBTY
Said mill Is of flfteen-horso power, warranted
of capacity to cut six thousand feet of lumber
In twelve hours. Located two and one-fourth
miles from Jackwnvllle, on the Sterling road,
with a lino growth of Kir and l'iuo Timber se
cured, sulllcleut to keep the will miming three
For Information, Inrpilro of Messrs. Anderson
Adlcnn, Jacksonville, or D. P. Hnzeltlno, nt
JLssortod atoasonod Iiumbor :
130,000 feet for sale.
1IKSS .t STONE, Agents.
JacksonvllleJune 8th, 1881. 21
FirsTt and liast Call.
ALL accounts duo mo must bo paid Immedi
ately, To save cot, pay up before tho
Jackwnvlllc, August I, lQi. 20;3iv
I - and - m
J MEDICINES, L
SBLLINCJ OFF, SELLIKG OFF !
Cheap Cash Store
BKINO desirous to moro Into our new brick
storo with a perfectly new assortment of
goods, Suns Ilnrw. aro now closing out their
stock or .Merchandise, consisting of
Plain, colored and black dress silks, figured
nnd plain llnrcgcg, poplins, shnlllos, Mohair
traveling goods) plain, colored nud dgured wool
delaines, plain and printed brilliants, French
nnd American prints; Marseilles, Linen nnd
French Lawns , plain and dgured Irish Linens,
Ginghams, linen table damask, lace nnd Cash
mere shnwlsj towels, French and Dngllsh Meri
nos, plaids; colored nnd whlto flannels, damasks,
cmbnldcrrd window curtains, plain and dotted
8wls Muslins; plain nnd plaited Jaconet,
nnnsnnks, Victoria nnd lllshop Lnwns. Illusion
wash blond, Parasols, ribbons, linen bobbin nnd
nngllsh thread luce, hosiery, Lisle Thread nnd
silk Gloves ; an
Immonso Vnrioty of Rich Embroideries
In collars, sleeves, bands, infants' wnltls and
rolicn ; bonnets, Misses nnd children's lints;
Marsellcs Quilts' blenched and brown muslins
of nssortcd widths; blue Drill, hickory nprou
cheeks; bed ticking, Kentucky jentis and sail
tietts; pcrluinery, nud a larg slock of Yankee
Notion), Cutlery, etc. An cutcnslvc stock of
consisting nf lino black drcsss coats, due black
doeskin paints, vests, French cnsslmcrc pnliil.
satltirtt.coltonndo nnd duck pants, line while
Davis' .V Jones' shirts; check nnd llauuel shirts;
underclothing and socks of every description.
HOOTS AND SHOES :
A large amount or nulled, French, calf nnd
kip boots and brogaus.
HATS black nnd colored cmhmcro nud
straw Hats or latest styles.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BEOUHE
Groat Bargains !
As wc arc determined to sell at cost, and only
TU-All nro Invited to ghe tu a call and
convince themselves Hint wc menu no humbug.
Jacksonville, July 20, 1801. 27:lf
FmiK'S VARIETY STOBE!
Writ Side of California XI., JncksonWIIc,
"T ATIintn can bo found the best of
PIPES, OF ALL KINDS,
Encourage Domestic Euicrjirlso !
Till-: undersigned lias commenced tho manu
facture of the MUST QUALITV ClfiAltS
ut his shop In tho rear or hU store on Calirorntn
street, nnd will till otdcrs to any extent, for
lids market. Delias n-celvvd Invoices of the
very llnest IltwaiiuToDiicco, from which
Ids Cigars uro nude.
Come nnd try tlioHnme Manufactured Cigars.
Thov aro the beat lu tho market.
Jacksonville, May 11th, 1801. 17:tf
JAHI'ILLB DRUG STORE.
THOMPSON &. GTAJEER.
Dkoep constantly on baud Iho best nsorl
We have now lu storo tho
LAllGEST AM) HES7 SELECTED
liver offered in thin market, and wo mean to
maintain, by regular Importations, and by sell
ing tho best articles nt Iho LOM'tST CASH
I'ltlOKS. that leading position which tho Jack
sonville Drug Storo ban heretofore held.
Jacksonville, Ogn., Sept. 22. 30.
CROW & CRANE,
RnSl'KCTI'l'LLY inform tho eltlxcns of
Jacksonville nnd vicinity that they have
NEW PAINT SHOP
Oppotlto the Methodist Church. Fourth street,
wlieru tliey nro prepared neatly ouu
expeditiously to execute
HOUSE, 81QN, CARRIAGE, AND
Graining, Marbling, Pnner-
At such pilces as will warrant satisfaction.
Jacksonville May 25. lUiSm'
WE have this day cold our stock of merchan
dise to Mciurff, Miuj'.u .t Owk.v, who will
contluuo tho business at the old stand. Thank'
Ing the community for their pntroiinge, wo eon
fluently recommend Messrs. Jlii.iJiii A Owk.v to
their Invor. MAUUV & DAYIS.
Jacksonville, July 2, 1830.-2Stf.
rnilK undersigned havo this day entered into
a. a ifo-narwicreuip lor mu unuuciiuit 01
General Merchandise lliuluces, under tha style
tnrn 1ftlt.lv npi-nnlnil liv XfftfisrA M lltltV A- llAVItl.
... ....vv w..,.... ,v r..v. w..v... .---,,...
j uoy are now receiving a mu siock 01 goous, 01
every asujorimgiii. xue pairoungc 01 tuo puuuo
A. II. S1ILLER,
AVm. A. OWEN.
Jacksonville, July 2, 18C0.-28tf.
BY P. ELLYNOI-I.
PAT. has thoroughly renovated and refltted
his saloon, making it as neat nud pretty ns
nny that can bo found lu a week'g travel. And
what is better, ho has on hand tho very best of
Brandies, Wines, Cordials,
etc, eto which Pat, well knows how to com
pound Into the mojt scduotlio nod cxhllliatlnji
of draughts, Glvo lilnl a call nud bo coiivincul
of this fact. Jacksonville, Juue 23 21 If
J. R. AVadb, E. S. Moiuian.
WADE, MORGAN i: CO.,
Htiltcit lo tlio IVanU of (lie Icnlltj-.
TO THE rUDLIO
WE OFFEK INDUCEMENTS
For OCMS&l. I
Jacksonville, January 12, 'CI. S2:3m
WE ARE NOW IN RECEIPT OP A
TART OF OUR
AND SHALL RE RECEIVING: ADDI
TIONS TO OUR STOCK
EVERY FEW DAYS
THROUGHOUT THE SEASON.
' WADE, MORGAN 'W.
Jacksonville, May i!2d.
Iron, Stcol, Stovo & Tinwnro
Wll arc now receiving tn nssnrlmcnt of the
nbovo nnini'd nrtlclos, to which wc Invite
the ntteutlon or lll.tckimlths, lIousekeeers nnd
WADE, MORGAN k CO.
June 15. 22-2m
20,000 lbs. Hams, Sidos and
WE havo mado nrrnnRcmeubi lo Ihj con
stantly supplied wllh a lari;o nnd choice
lot of L'mpipia llacou, which we oiler lu lots nt
a low lluure.
WADE, MOIIGAN k CO.
June 1.1. nam
From lltil to Creek, twenty miles from Jackson
ville, on or about May 1'itli,
ONE IHON-GUAY F1LIA-,
Described us follows :
Ono bright sorrvl horse, about seven yenrs
old, 1C bniids hlt;h. a star In forehead, heavy
mane nnd tall, one hind font white ; hus large
nostrils and eyes j has n wild look.
One llfiht Horrel borne, cijilit yenrs old, nliotil
sixteen hands hlch, enrrles it blub bead bus n
long, slim neck, heavy legs, big feet nud white
tall ; is n lofty traveler.
Ono brown horse, ten years old, sixteen hands
high, heavy built, hli;h-hcniled ; carries his tall
on one side ; has saddle marks.
One deep bay horse, eight years old. fifteen
hands high ; black legs, mane utid tail, big
headed 1 travels very short ; n poor walker.
Ono chestnut sorrel horse, seven yesrs old.
white stripe in lace, three white feet, mltchltig
lull j has a blurred brand (.thus 1) on near
ir All of tho nbovo horses nro American
stock, good workers, and havo collar marks.
They bad been on ranch nix months, nnd when
stolen were very fat. They had 110 shoes on.
BTOLUN, nt tho samo time, ono Iron-grnv
Filly, three years old, about fourteen hands
high and very neatly built ; branded 07 on
left shoulder ; dim stripe lu face.
pa- Wo will glvo 8250 for the delivery of
tho hones In Jacksonville, or lu prnportloe for
tach. nud an additional $'250 for the appre
hension and couvictlon ot the Ihlef or thieve.
CLUOAGE A- DRUM.
Jacksonville, Juno 22, 1601. 23tf
DR. G. W. BROWN'S
MEDICAL & SURGICAL OFFICE
Culifornla St., opposite "Sentinel" Offiee,
DU. G. W. IIKOWN, M. D., lato or tho U. S.
Army, and Into lecturer 011 diseases of
women, will pay particular attention to diseases
peculiar to women aud children. Ofllco hours
Irom 8 a. M. to 4 r. 11. Communications strictly
confidential. Permanent euro guaranteed or
110 pay. Consultations, by letter or otherwise,
Suffer not when a cure Is guaranteed in all
singes of 1'rlvato Diseases Mastlbatlon, Ncrr
vous Debility, Syphilis in all its stages, stric
tures, gleet, gravel, exhumations, dropsy, dia
betes, diseases of tho kidneys and bladder,
fcrofula, pains in tbo loins aud ankles, diseases
of tho luugs, throat, noso and Kyes, ulcer
upon tho body or limbs, general weakness, dim
ness of vlsiou, with peculiar spots before, and
all tho various forms of V'utaui the Eyti,
femalo irregularities, etc.
Sixteen years prntlce In Memphis, Tennessee,
and In California, enables Dr. lirowu to confi
dently warrant a euro In nil tho above diseases,
no matter from what causo the disease may
havo originated. However long standing or
obstiuato tbo case, recovery Is certain, aud In a
shorter tlmo than a permanent cure can be
ellected by any other treatment, oven uftcr the
diecaso has batUcd tho skill of tho most eminent
physicians nnd resisted all tholr means of cure.
The medicines prescribed aro pleasant, without
odor, entirely vegetable, causing no elckuesa
and nro from mercury or balsam.
iElu ltcmeiuber, the Doctor asks no pa) if ho
docs not piled n cure,
OUloo, California street, opposlto " Sentinel "
ofllcc, Jacksonville, Oregon.
Jacksonville, July 27, 1601. 28;tf
A LITTLE OHtL of ten or twelve yefirs of
age, to icsjdo with a family lu Jackson
ville, where Sho will be well caud fori Nono
need nnnlv unhBg nrrnnfrniiiftnU nm lm m,jln
for her remaining two or thico years. Enquire
ut tho Su.vri.tKb onice.
Jacksonville July 20tu, 1601, 26tlv
JU8T1C&J DLAHES tor bAIo 'at
Again in the Field
IlirjO LEAVE to annptincc lo !he citizens of
Jacksonville and Itoguo Hirer Valley that
havo Just received
A New nnd VVcIl-Sclcctcd Stock
suitable, for this market, to which I am. dally
receiving additions, nnd which I offer to sell nt
prices to defy competition. I nm thankful to
the public In general Tor their past two years'
patronage and kindly sollolt their custom In
futuro, n I am now prepared to keep constantly
on hand a full supply of all kinds of-
BOOTS AND SHOES,
PROVISIONS, MINERS' TOOLS,
QUEENS WARE, CUTLERY;
STAPLE DOMESTIC AND FANCY
All of which wo will sell Low for Cash.
L AD I E S
Arc respectfully Invited lo call and cxntulno my
before purchasing clscnhcrc. I nm con-
Udent It will lie to their advantago,
as I lutcud lo have
ONE PRICE ONLY,
AND THAT WILL BE THE
Lowest for Cash.
REMEMBER MY OLD STAND
At tlio Corner Store, In McCtil-
!' Tivo-Story UrlcK.
1 1 GUM AN HLOOM.
Jacksonville. May 2.'). lftf.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS 1
Im Ilnlm-a llros. llrlcU lliillctlng,
can bo found tho .choicest nud most complete
collection ever oll'ered In Jacksonville, of
XXon-iitUTixlly Xloxxxncl AND
tx-tvtocl G-Aft Eoolua,
JZJJ.1zim.air nnd 3Co-
OHILDREN'8 TOYS, JEWELRY
FANOY ARTIOLE6. SHELL
All tlie Lntrtt I2ii(rlllt nut American IMc-
lorlnlt, Jlpgmllirsnl.il XeiiAKIl
constantly oil linutt.M I lie
18tf VARIETY STORE.
I. V. 1IA1.NE8 ,
,lt. II, 1IAINUS
Corner Culifornla & Oregon Sis.
TO THE PUBLIC.
WC hare reduced our price to suit the
times. For sale, a large nud varied as
At very low rates, ron casu.
For sale, 100 cases and cartoons of
Boots, sVhoos and Gaiters,
for Ladies, Cent's nnd Children.
For sale, an extctislvo Block of Men's, lioys'
and Children's Hats.
For sale, a full stock of GiiocKiiiw.
For sale, a largo assortment of best brands of
LIQUORS, WINES, COHDIALS, BIT.
TERS AND SYRUPS,
For sale, Tobacco, Cigars, Matches, Flour,
Hotter, Eggs, aud Countiiv I'iioiuce generally.
OATTj AND EXAMINE.
Heductiou in Prices!
BEST WORK DONE AT
THE undersigned announces to present pa
trons and tuo nubllo that ho has ro- 1
duccd the prlco for nil kinds of work IndO
uu line, to coniorm to tue times. kt
Is In tbo building formerly occupied by Wm.
Uurke. on Clliormu Stitd, dutcttti Eul if Clut-
gage l( Drum' SlaUcj.
I.-..1...U . a.iul.i. l .i.A.U rlnnn In It. A Im.l v.nn n nm
and with quick dispatch.
l'lough Irons naaao and repaired,
WAC0.V, CAliRlAfiE AXD STAUtt WORK
Executed In tho neatest and strongest manner.
mining Tools, Picks, Bars, &.C.,
mode to order, of the very best mtiteiials, in
tho most approved styles.
Particular attcnllou given to 3s
tot which tho prlco Is reduced tp $3 and $-1
tiik sett. 1'i-ATKd made aud fitted exactly to
His slock or Won and Steel is of first ciunllty,
And all work done at his chop wauham.i.
Jacksonville, March ), IfcCl. mh9,fc:tf
C. C. BIRDSEYE,
IUTlnff pnrchned the entire stock of Goods
of tho lato firm or Kevxit A II 011.1s,
will continue the business at
tbo old stand, on tho
Corner or Cnlforoln nud Oregon 8trccl.
New Winter StocJc
Mincrs' & Farmers'
now jtnntvixo, all or which wiu. ns soiji
AS CHEAP AS TIIK CHEAPEST
LIQUORS. Whisky. Urnndy, Jamaica and
St. Oroix Rum, Old Tom nnd Swan (Ho,
Port Wine, Case Liquors, Cntanb.i and liov
tetters Hitters, etc. the largest and best stock
in this part of the State, for salo by tho cnllon,
kejr jw cask,jt 1 II RDSEY E'S.
TUNE llRANDlEnnd PORT WINE, for
1 M iil i nil nurno3di. for mlc nt
OURRANTWINE-A nnro article. mntltf
In Orcpon. for rule nt HIEDSEYE'S.
A 7 IXEQ All A superior article for sale m
BUTTr.it New and Fresh received every
Saturday, for sale nt HIEDSEYE'S.
OAAA L1IS. NEW LARD. In tin, for
NIONS, POTATOES AND FLOUR,
for sale at linil)Si;VJiS.
X A A A EIIS. OREGON AND CHILE
OUUU DEANS, for sale at
PICKLES, Oystersil'irserwl Pcnches.pio
I. Fruit, Jellies and Honey, far sale at
8A AH IS. RACON SIDES ni
sUWU HAMS for sale at
AL'UARONI and VERMICELLI for
snlcot A2 RIRDSEYE'S.
California SI., Jacksonville.
DR. A. B. OVERBECK,
HAVING Just rcturncil from Pan Francisco,
would respectfully call the attention of tho
public to bis new nnd extctishc stock of
PURE DRUGS & CHEMICALS I
An assortment of crude, pulver
ized, oleaginous and tinctured
All tho most popular
of tho day.
A cholco lot of TOILET
CHEMICALS, PERFUMERIES, HAIR
DYES, I'OMODES, OILS, imUSHES,
SOAPS, POWDERS, CREAMS,
kc, kc, kc.
Ilrlcfly, the most deslraldc stock of the kind
ever brought to Jacksonville.
Pnitlculnr attention paid to
coiniioiuiding all Ordered Pro
scriptions. AH orders from tho country addressed to
Db. A. U. ovErreck,
1R Cili Drug Store, Jtulwimtle, Oregon.
TTA8 recently received a largo nud divers!-
XJ. lied assortment in
owiinu jinn iimuiii In 1,
PEARL, EMERALD, nnd CAMEO SETS,
Together with a splendid lot of other
Ear-Rlujrs, Finger RIiirs,
JOckets, Ruckles, Clasps,
Drncclets, Sleeve llutlons,
All of which will be sold at l.ow ritices and
J. NEUEER still conllnucs REPAIR
WATCHES, JEWELRYjjud CLOCKS,
as heretofore, In tho best inanyernud with dis
patch. All articles in his line manufactured
promptly and with neatness, "full and sec bis
stock ol the old stand, corner of Third uud
California streets. JneksonvHIe. 4ilt,
(LATE UNIOJ rfOUSE),
BY LOUIS HORNE.
'piIE best accommodations given to guests,
X transient nnd permanent,
Tho Hotel has been refuniblied and rclllted
In every department, Ills now unequalled by
aoy Hotel in southern Orcgou,
Jacksonville, Dec. 1, Iboo. -ICir
SLATE CHEEK llOVXE.
By George T. Ylnlng.
''piIE proprietor wishes to Inform bis friends
JL and the tiavellng publlo generally that he
has purchased the abovo Hotel, fonucily kept
by O. J. Evans, and has nctUy furubhtd and
thoroughly rcllttcd tho came lu ib? finest style.
Teamsters and travelers visiting Kcrbyrlllo
and Crescent City will And excellent accommo
dations ol tbls Hotel.
Tho House Is located about midway between
Jacksonville and Kcrbyville.
Persons desirous of enjoying a few weeks of
reci rutlonw 111 llud at this place an cxcelleut
opportunity or enjoying themselves.
Sept. 8. 1800-31 If.
Opposite tho Pest Office.
SHAVING, Halr-cultlng, Shampoolnjf Cur
ling nnd Hair Dyeing.
Also, ngcuuluoaittclo ol Fish's IIiib Hi
TOiiTlVK,aud Crisludora's EitdtwrJhir Dye for
alc, JncUouvllle, June ??d Mf